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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewisfti Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
\uzne 37 Number 34
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 21. 1964
Two Sections Price 20*
onn Denies
ormann Is
Paraguay
aN*, (JTA) A spokes-
H for the West German Foreign
Bstry -aid here this week that
pvitl'-ice has so far emerged
to lonJ'u'm suspicions that Martin
Bonn Hitler's chief deputy, is
now in Paraguay He add-
RjovM-.-cr. that the German Em
Hy Paraguay has been in
Bct< to keep a close watch on
the i
Jght foreign Ministry sta'r-
Hnt -. lowed the publication of
Ml a-* ele >n Bild, a German
mag. charging that a grave
In p.-.guay with a tombstone
M>ar Bormann's name, did
Seo-'ain the remains of Bor-
_nn out of another person.
it -itnesses have told the
knIHurt prosecutor, Fritz Bau-
tl. Bormann lives in Para-
|y, uffers from cancer and
|^Bun-t- treatment by Dr. Josef
afcngt '-, the notorious "selec-
tion -. -. ctor" of the Auschwitz
COnce- -ation camp.
.JJV it has long been urg-
iljgtl. '. e-t (iermatl authorities
.. clear up the mystery of
Nazi war criminals per-
reported in South Amcr-
tries. He said he had
reaaon believe that various in
terest< ersons were circulating
rumor- .:ned at ending the hunt
for I: aim. including reports
that I nn died 1US9 i.
Sim ;.">. there have been var-
ious <>n Bormann's fnte
On .1 r> :. 1!.">I. a court in
Bercl .. den. Iliiiei retreat in
Bavai --ued .i death certificate
on the -.- of a statement by the
former tier youth leader. Arthur
Axma -aIiu claimed he saw
Bonn dead hodv on May 2.
IMS, in a Berlin street.
American and Israeli Chiefs
Clash Over Judaism in U.S.
RABBI SH10MO GOKfN
work of God
Dr. King
For Gvi
, JERUSALEM (JTA) Sharp
exchanges over the viewpoints ot
the three branches of American
| Judaism were voiced by Israeli1
and American leaders of the Orth-
odox, Conservative and Reform
movements this week in the "dia-
logue" conducted here by the
American Jewish Congress.
Israel's Chief Chaplain, Rabbi
Shlumo Goren, told the meeting
Lauds Jews
Rights Lead
ATLANTA (JTA) The Rev
Martin Luther King Jr., president
of the Southern Christian Leader-
ship Conference, and one of the
most prominent Negro lenders in
the civil rights field, expressed
his "dismay and disappointment"
over the recent wrecking and loot-
ing by NegTOes Of Jewish stores
in New York and Rochester.
In a statement to 'I he Southern
Israelite here, he pledged "sol-
emnly'' to do hi- utmost 'to up-
hold the fair name ot the Jews "
Commenting on the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency reports published
iii the English-Jewish newspaper
about the havoc wrought during
N< ;ro rioting in neighborhoods
h iv the shopkeepers were large
Is Jewish, the Rev. Kins stated:
"While the outbursts in New
York City aid Rochester can-
not be considered expressions
of anti-Semitism, I am particul-
arly pained to learn that a large
percentage of the looted stores
were owned by our Jewish
Continued on Page 6-A
DR. MARTIN KING
dismay oml disappointment
that Israel would oppose the im-
portation of Jewish religious
movements, declaring that various
Jewish religious groups in the
United States were a divisive
rather than a uniting force in Jew-
ish life. "The Bible cannot come
from New York nor the word of
Cod from Cincinnati." he assert-
ed.
Rabbi Goren's address was
met by a barrage of criticism
by other panelists. Professor
Gershcn Cohen of Columbia Uni-
versity, speaking in Hebrew,
said that most American Jews
cannot and will not become Orth-
odox and not merely because
they are looking for "comfort-
able" religion. He said that
there was concern about assimi-
lation in the United States, Rab-
bi Goren had exaggerated its di-
mensions.
Mrs. Golda Me;r. Israel's For-
eign Minister, chided American
Jewish leaders for propagating
among the Jewish youth the idea
that American Jews will not emi-
grate to Israel. "By preaching
that American Jews will not
Continued on Page 10-A
PRESIDENTIAL PROMISE
Argentina
Vows to Hit
JEWISH LEADER IN AGREEMENT
Kansas City Terrorism Seen
Not Linked to Anti-Semitism

Urge Demo
oward Big
SHIXGTON (JTA) The
ral political organization.
team for Democratic Action.
11 called on the Democrat
rty Conventionwhich opens
in Atlantic Cityto
platform plank pledging
"the recognition by the
t that Israel has a right
press conference held in
pingt n, Joseph L. Lauh Jr.,
nai.onal vice chairman, pre
d the organization's propos-
lat: mi for the Democratic
ma) Convention. The ADA
for the Middle East stated:
\'\n the Middle East, we will
for guarantees to insure
pendence and economic de-
pmnt for all nations, W.
press for an equitable solu-
te the Arab refugee orob-
Icng with a peaceful set-
ent of all other Arab-Israeli
W. will insist upon an
to boycotts and blockades
tintt Israel, and unrestricted
Convention
Israel Plank
use of the Suez Canal by all na-
tions. Above all, we shall seek
the recognition by the Arab
states that Israel has a right to
exist."
The ADA also urged the con-
vention to take a strong stand on
Continued on Page 3-A
KANSAS CITY (JTA)
James Newman, chief of detec-
tives Of the Kansas City Police
Department, this week denied a
Washington report that a pattern
of anti-Jewish terrorism has
emerged in Kansas City during the
past months, when five bombings
or attempted bombings occurred,
at the homes or businesses of
Jewish persons.
"We have no basic facts which
connect these various bombings
and attempted bombings one with
another." he said. "There is no
apparent pattern and any attempt
to link them together is not based
on the facts as we know them.
There is no proven anti-Semitic
aspect, and some of the victims
! of recent similar bombings have
been non-Jews."
The Kansas City office of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation,
while keeping close contact with
the Police Department, also in-
dicated that they had no evi-
dence to substantiate a charge
of anti-Semitic terorism. They
are continuing to follow the
bombing cases for any possible
violation of Federal laws.
Abe Kaplan, chairman of the
Kansas City Jewish Community
Relations Bureau, said: "Despite
the various coincidences, the Po-
lice Department has found no cir-
cumstantial fact which would tie
the several bombings together.
There are many differences in the
bombing techniques and differ-
ences in the circumstances sur-
rounding the bombings raise ques-
tions not having to do with the
Jewish factor, which the police are
trying to resolve.
"The distorted reports of ter-
Continued on Page 2-A
Racial Bigotry
MINISTER IN DINIAL PAGE 5 A
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Dr.
Arturo Illia. President of Argen-
tina, this week promised to "se-
verely punish" cases of racial dis-
crimination in this country. This
assurance was voiced by the
President when lie met with the
members of the American Jewish
Committee delegation currently on
a human relations mission to
South America. Morris B. Abram.
president of the AJC and leader
ot the delegation, told the Jewish
Ti legraphic Agency that President
Illia had also stressed his convic-
tion of the necessity of preserv
ing human rights and opposing all
forms of discrimination
Earlier the delegation called on
'.he Argent.ne Foreign Minister,
Dr. Miguel Angel Zavala Ortiz,
and told him that the AJC
absolutely no objection to Aral
cultural activities," adding that
the Arab and Jewish communities
in Argentina have been "mutually
friends for a fong time."
Dr. Zavala Ortiz, who three
weeks ago, in an exclusive in-
terview with the JTA, minimiz-
ed the extent of anti-Semitism in
Argentina, said that he *elt
United States press reports had
been unfair to him and had
"overemphasized" certain facts.
Mr. Abram. in his reply to the
foreign Minister, explained that,
while in the United States. Dr.
Zavala Ortiz had equated the Arab
League's agitation against the
Jews here as "a mere political
quarrel," and this gave rise to a
misunderstanding, because. Mr
Abram asserted, "you cannot com
pare Argentine Jews with full citi
zenship and the right to protection
by the government to a group of
foreign agents carrying out a
Continued on Page 9-A
ACTION MAY BE SET ASIDE AGAIN
Concern Felt Over Vatican Decree
MILWAUKEE (JTA' "Con-
s'derabie concern and anxiety" of
the fate of the Jewish decree sche-
duled to come before the forth-
coming session ol the Ecumenical
Councilwhich opens on Sept. 14
at the Vatican-is felt in the Unit-
ed States, a conference of Cath
olic nuns held at Marquette Uni-
versity here this week was told
by Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum. na
tional director of the Interreligious '
Affairs Department of the Ameri
can Jewish Committee.
Addressing the conference. Rab-
bi Tanenbaum said that such con-
cern is especially expressed at
Christian-Jewish meetings in this
country dealing with Catholic-
Jewish relations.
"While it is reassuring to
know that the Jewish declara-
tion is definitely scheduled on
the agenda of the third session,"
he said, "reports that the con-
tent and language of the decree
have been significantly watered
down here have left a terribly
negative reaction, as much in
Continued on Page 8-A
RABBI MARC TANENBAUM
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It I pa At I 30 p in "Florida
laraatotj of Probaems for
Jcvs." a corr:munity-by it> report, a ill be offered
iy, 8 15 am. there
u.11 be a guided tour of Cape Ker.-
11 15 a rr. Purpose and
Lodge and Chapter
ADL itteca, ilons with di*-
.jc. of relatinjg ADL program
prof isieael leader- u
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On Sunday a Film Forum
will own tHe day's events at
9 a.m. Program will also in-
clude the following: 10 a.m..
Lodge r4 Chapter Internal Pro-
jects, including annual subscrip-
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groups and purchase of ADL
Terrorism Seen
Not Anti-Semitic
Continued from Pag* 1-A
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Tie Community Fie-
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^iday. August 21. 1964
+Jew 1st Hcridliimin
Page 3-A
lazi Vows He Knew Nothing of Liquidations
|.\ll A'H'll (JTA) Former SS He told the Munich court that the real purposes of the transport
pn. Karl Wolff continued to in- he thought the purpose of remov- ol Jews.
[I this week at his trial on ing Jews to camps was to arrange
:ii it complicity in the war-1 for their eventual settlement on He told the court that, at the
III gI;ii;-_ liter ol HOO.OOO Jews reservations. The 6-1-year-old for- beginning of 1942, Himmler had
had no idea that his fellow- mer chief of staff to Gestapo Chief told him that increasing guer-
Izis were carrying out plans to Heinrich Himmler insisted that rilla warfare behind the Ger-
lerminte European Jewry. Himmler had lied to him about man lines made it necessary to
Cental School Opens in Jerusalem
IJF.Rl'SALKM (JTA) Pres-
ent Zalman Shazar. Prime Min-
tr Lavi Kshkol and other high
faeti olticials and members of
diplomatic corps were among
dignitaries taking part this
t-k in ceremonies dedicating
newly built Hebrew Univer-
Hadassah School of Dentistry,
school is a gift of the Ameri-
Alpha Omega Dental Fratern-
The new $2,000,000 structure, the
only major dental training center
in the Middle East, will house the
school of dentistry and a research
and postgraduate center. In a
mc--age read at the ceremonies,
President Lyndon B. Johnson hail-
ed the project as "another bond
of goodwill between the two na-
tions."
Also taking part in the cere-
monies were more than 600 lead-
Israel Warns UN Syria's
Attacks to be Answered
|Ki:i SALEM (JTA' Israel
rned the United Nations 'I'nice
pervision Organization this week
It liirlher attacks by Syria
linst l.-rael's northern border
till be met by force." The warn-
wa given to Gen. Odd Bull,
'f of staff of the UN organiza-
ii. by an official of Israel's For
j|n Ministry who invited Gen.
11 to come to the Ministry to
cu> the grave situation on the
thi in irontier.
|yHa has been firing automatic
ipDii'- allBOat every day this
L'lc, directing the shells at trac-
in the fields near the settlc-
iF of Haon, on the shore of
le Tiberias. There have been
least two attacks of this kind
dWiri- most days of the week.
The Foreign Ministry official
told Gen. Bull that Israel takes
very grave view of these at-
tacks. He noted that Israel did
not return the fire after any of
these persistent attacks. He un-
derscored the fact that Israel
iplained to the UN-Israel-
Syrian Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion after each of the attacks,
and stated flatly that Israel can-
not continue assuming a pas-
sive role in the face of these
repeated Syrian provocations.
Syrian charges t" the effect that
Israel hail carried out "a premedi-
tated" attack against Syria last
week are "obviously preposter-
ous. Israel informed the United
Nations Security Council this
week.
Syria had made its charges ill
a letter to the Security Council
this week, claiming that an Is-
raeli platoon "supported by au-
tomatic weapons" had attacked
Syrian posts on Aug. 6. Outlining
the true tacts." Dr. Joel Bar-
roni, Israel's acting permanent
representative here, told the
Council that, in tact, a routine Is-
raeli border patrol, consisting of
only six men carrying nothing but
small personal weapons, had cross-
ed the Syrian frontier inadver-
tently.
ing dental educators, scientists
and practitioners from the Unit- I
ed States, South America, Europe
and the Middle East who parti-
cipated in a four-day scientific
congress devoted to "Changing
Concepts in Dentistry."
Funds for the new building were
raised largely through the efforts (
of members of the Alpha Omega
Fraternity in association with the
American and Canadian Friends
of the Hebrew University. A gift '
of $250,000 from Maurice Levin |
and the J. M. Kaplan Foundation'
of New York, gave momentum to,
the campaign which enabled the,
school to start construction.
The presentation of the dental
school was made at the dedica-
tion ceremony by Dr. Marvin C.
Goldstein, of Atlanta. Ga.. presi-
dent of the international dental
lratcrnity. Drs Bernard G. Grub-
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years, spearheaded the fratern-
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break up the Jewish ghettoes.
According to his account, Himm-
ler said that the occupants would
first be removed to other areas
and that, after the war, they
would be settled in such places
as Palestine or Madagascar.
The court presented a letter
which Wolff had written to Albert
Ganzcnmuller. State Secretary in
Hitler's Transport Ministry, In
that letter. Wolff wrote that he
had learned "with particular
pleasure that every day for the
last fortnight a train containing
5.000 members of the Chosen Race
has made the journey to Treblin-
ka, and that we are now in a posi-
tion to carry out expeditiously
this movement of population. The
smooth accomplishment of the en-
tire operation appears assured."
Wolff retorted that the phrase
"movement of population" proved
that he was unaware of the real
purpose of the operation and that
even so, he- had not actually writ-
ten the letter but merely signed
it after a "cursory glance." He
asserted he had never been a Jew-
hater of any kind, and that lied
given some Jews an opportunity
to get away with false papers.
The court president again chal-
Icnged his testimony, saying that
Adolf Eichmann. during his trial
in Jerusalem, had called Wolff
one of the 'saloon officers" of
the SS who "put on white gloves"
and did not want to know any-
thing about the Jewish ques-
tion "
The former SS General replied
that only a small clique of Naiis
were aware of the planned "final
solution" of the "Jewish prob-
lem," which had been a matter
for the Reich Security Depart-
ment. The prosecutor denied
this, asserting that orders for the
actions against Jews came di-
rectly from Himmler, and that
Wolf, as a close colleague of
Himmler, must have known
about it.
He also said that he once lie
came so sickened at a mass execu-
tion of Jews in Minsk, in 1941.
that he demonstrated his disap-
proval openly. He testified thl
he had been a "guest" of Hinui
ler at the mass execution i
\>hich the victims were forced \>
lie on their faces in a trench tt
be shot, and later victim-- ver
forced to lie down on the corpses
Wolff testified he "stood asid
to demonstrate" his disapprove
He admitted, however, that h
approved of the Nazi racii
theories "in a positive sense."
Describing his relations wit I
Himmler. the former SS General
wept as he claimed he had ofte
opposed Himmler. The presiding
judge commented that "Himmle
was responsible for the death i
millions, and you served hir
faithfully."
Asks Demos For
Big Israel Plank
Continued on Page 3-A
liberalization of immigration law -
The proposed ADA plank on thi -
subject declared:
"We pledge ourselves to WOT
i for the elimination of the nation]
origins quota system. We shall
support a new system based 0
Democratic principles, such a-
the reunion of scattered familie>
the provision of asylum for reti
gees, and the admission of imm
. grants according to the talents an
skills they bring with them ratl
er than their national origin.
"We shall put an end to seconc
class citizenship for naturalize
Americans. We shall support lej.
islation enacting due process anr
judicial review in denaturalizatio'.
and deportation procedures."
Kublin Leads forum
Milton Kublin. C.P.A., was sehi.
duled to lead a discussion form-
at the Thursday technical sessio
of the South Florida Chapter 0
the National Association of Ai
eountants at the Dupont Pla/
Hotel at 5:30 p.m.
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rgentine Minister Denies 'Significant' Bigotry
fcSHlNGTON (JTA) Ar-,
Foreign Minister Miguel]
l Zavala Ortiz, in an exclu-i
interview with the Jewish]
raphic Agency last weekend,
_ that there was any signifi-!
organized anti-Semitic cam-;
in existence in Argentina,
at* that anti-Semitic exprcs-
m Argentina were either
rah propaganda or "lawful
fees of tree speech," he said
in his opinion, the whole
lion of Argentine anti-Semit-
Jias been magnified-' out ol
Ortio.n to the actual facts.
Foreign Minister, attending
meetings in Washington of the f
Organization of American States,
told the JTA: "I will assure all i
Jews, as well as people of other
races, that the Argentine Gov-
ernment will not tolerate any rac-
ial discrimination." There exist-,
ed in Argentina some Arab propa-1
ganda expressions against the!
Jews, he said, but there were also
Jewish propaganda efforts against;
the Arabs.
Mr. Zavala Ortiz revealed
Arab diplomats have complain-
ed to the Argentine Foreign
Ministry because the country's
treat Moscow Synagogue Gets
\atty Man as Managing Chief

IN PON (JTA) A Moscow
named Mikhailovich, whose
flame was not given, has been
rated chairman of the man-
fenl committee of the Central
goj'ue in Moscow, the Soviet
reported tins week. Soviet
rt-. here sa) they know the
name as that of a man -work-
ing t -i ly with the authorities
and_dom-; their bidding "
Kc^i weeks ago, N'ahum Pal-
er, chairman of tin- synagogue's
mana'-'Tiient committee, was re-
moves Irani Ii- y -t. and a care
taker :nm;tt.-- "i three men was
namei! I.> omdin' the synagogue's
affair.- \.>u. 11* Moscow report
tated, Mikhailovich will sue-1
1 Mr. Paler.
New York, meanwhile, there
a report that a fire in Mos-
cow's Central Synagogue. two
eeks auo. de-tioved several of
the IIel> Scroll.- in the house of
worship and ean-e.l much other
dama The I lie had reported-
be. <-. -tailed by a Molotov
cocktail tossed into the syna-
gogue. The Soviet press has to
dale failed to report either the
fire i r any arrests resulting from
the Moscow police investigation
of the action i
Cedars to Hold
Seminar Here
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
present a postgraduate Seminar
in Obstetrics and Gynecology on \
Friday and Saturday under the di-,
red ion of Dr. Wayne S. Rogers, |
chairman of Cedars' Department
Ol Obstretrics and Gynecology.
Hospital President Harry L.
Lewis has announced that schedul-
ed for discussion will be "Com-
parative Value of Surgery and
\ Ray Therapy in Pelvic Malig-
nancy," "Induction of OvuUUon
with Clomiphinc Citrate." and
/Information Gained from Pre-
natal Mortality Study."
Vic* President had voiced sup- ,
port of Israel. The Arab envoys
lae "denounced" the new Ar-
gentine Ambassador to Mexico,
S. Santander, for being "pro-
Israel," he said.
The official policy of Argentina,;
he added, was "to respect every-
body, Arab and Jew# alike. But,1
without doubt, the ones who do not
respect each other are the Arabs
and the Jews."
Questioned about the activities
of Arab League agent Hussein
Triki, he said that Triki had no
diplomatic status and had tried
without success to obtain such
recognition from Argentina. "He
is in Argentina on a temporary
visa and is believed to be married
to an Argentine citizen." the For-
eign Minister said.
Emphasizing that "there is no
campaign against the Jews," Mr.
Zavala Ortiz stated that any man-
ifestationswhich he maintained
were exaggerated in reportswere
attributable to the previous Ad-
ministration.
Before the present Government
came to power, he said, there were
some attacks auainst Jews. "But
these attacks," he declared, "were
ol" the same character as typical
street crimes of individual initia-
tive, rather than by organized
political forces."
Tacuara. a group he called in-
significant, was notorious for anti-
Semitic expressions but has been
1 prosecuted by the Government
and its unlawful activities punish-
ed, the Foreign Minister said.
tative in the Government calling
for an investigation of Argentine
Jewry, he said that Argentina
was a free democracy and all
representatives had a right to
express their personal opinions
and submit legislative proposals
they feel are needed. "There
are all shades of opinions," he
said, "but the opinion of the Gov-
ment is one already expressed:
Complete respect and effective
protection of all races and all
faiths."
friend," Mr. Zavala Ortiz said
he had discussed the Argentine
Jewish situation with him at
length.
Mr. Zavala Ortiz also made the
following comments in an address
here to the Organization of Amer-
ican States: "All races deserve
the respect and protection not
only of the Government but also
of the Argentine people. There
are some isolated events, only a
few of real importance, but all
very, very sad," he said. He held
that these occurrences "are mag-
nified with unknown intention.
They have less signilicance or fre-
quency and organization than in
stances of street robberies in any
community. They represent more
the forms of individual delinquen-
cy than of extremism."
As an example of the regard of'
the government for Jewish citi-
zens, he cited the participation of
the Grand Rabbi in official events, i
He recalled that last July 9, the ~~
Rabbi participated as "a special N6W MeitlDerS
guest of the Government in a
cathedral high mass and military
parade ceremony" along with min-
isters of the Protestant and Cath
olic faiths.
At Beth Torch
Commenting on a recent ex-
pression by a Peronist represen-
"I can assure you that, if there
is someone against prejudice in
Argentina, it is the leaders in the
present Government." he said.
Reflecting on his own contact
with Jews, he said that, through-
out his life, he has been concern
ed with the defense of minorities.
He was aware that Argentina was
the most important Jewish center
of the world outside the United
States and Israel. He said he had
a long standing invitation to visit
Israel and that trees in his name
have been planted in a park in
Tel Aviv. He has been cited by
the Israel Government, he added.
Referring to Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress, as "a dear
Over 45 families have newly
affiliated with Beth Torah Con-
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it was announced by Irving New-
man, membership vice president.
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been assigned to the new mem-
hers.
The Membership Committee is
arranging to visit each new mem-
ber to acquaint him with the faci-
lities and activities available at
Beth Torah.
At the first late Friday service
this week, the community is in-
vited to attend and meet with Dr.
Max A. Lipschitz. rabbi, President
Richard M. Sneider and officers
and Board of Directors of Beth
Torah.
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Page 7-P.
Sen. Smathers Promises His Full Support
Of Ribicoff Resolution on Soviet Jewry
U.S. Sen. George Smathers this of this resolution and, as a mem-
wick assured Dr. Irving Lehman] ber of the Foreign Relations
th;it "1 am very Strongly in favor ', Committee, was one of those who
of the Ribicoff resolution which listened to Sen. Ribicoff testi-
condemns anti-Semitism practices fy befor* the committee this
in the Soviet Union." past Monday."
engele Not
Paraguay:
tin Leader
Dr. Lehrman, spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-El, earlier
spoke with Florida's junior sena-
tor over fie telephone to express
his concern that the Senate For-
eign Relations Committee was at-
tempting to water down the reso-
lution presented by Sen. Abraham
Kibicoff (Dem.-Conn.) in order to
include condemnation of Soviet
repression of other religious min-
orities, as well.
In his letter to Dr. Lehrman,
Sen. Smathers declared: "As a
matter of fact, I am co-sponsor
The Senator wrote Dr. Lehrman
saying that "I am very hopeful
I hat we can bring the resolution
out of the committee, if not by a
unanimous vote, at least by a
substantial vote, and then 1 am
certain thereafter, we can pass
it without difficulty on the floor
of the Senate.*' Added Sen.
Smathers:
"Be assured that I will not sup-
port amendments of the kind that
have thus far been suggested."
Pressure by a pro-Arab group
had received sympathetic atten-
tion by Sen. Bourke B. Hickcr
looper (la.-Rep.), acting chairman
of the committee.
fen. Hi'.'. >nlooper said th.i
Christians ar.d Moslems were
also "badly treated" in the
USSR. The resolution, he felt
should be broadened to include
other victimized groups, as wel
as the Jews.
Wrote Sen. Smathers: I thin
the problem is specific; it H
pn bable, and I think it require -
a specific statemenl with respect
to it* solution Hence, I sha
continue my sponsor>hip and su
port of the Ribicoff resolution.'
SIN. GiORGt SMATHERS
Tora'.i Crown Dedication
A sterling silver Torah crow
donated by Mrs. Mary Krupiuc.;
and family will be dedicated b.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff on Satur
day morning during services ; I
Congregation Beth El. A race
tion will follow the ceremony.
fcNN i.ITA) Dr. Josol
^fcfele, the infamous Auschwitz
"teie<'i doctor" wanted for trial
on v if < Mine- charges by the
(Jerri:.''' <;..\ eminent. i- not in
kguay, but might be some-
la in Europe or in Brazil, the
uuayan Minister ol the In-
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(ere have been persistent
la that Dr Mengeie is liv-
[in Paraguay. A West German
last for Ins extradition from
countrv has thus far been ig
_id.
Heai.while, the illustrated news-
ga/me, Der Stern, reported
, former SS Gen. Henrich Muel
Hitler's chief of the Gestapo.
is li'-e. and recently traveled to
Sooth America whence he hopes
to go into asylum in South Amer-
ica.
A grave opened last year in
Weal Berlin was reported to have
contained Mueller's remains. Der
Stern insisted, however, he had
been seen in Russia and in Ru-
mania, working for the security
police of both countries. The per-
iodical aid Mueller had recently
gone to South Africa from Tur
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Argentine President to Hit Racial Bias
Continued from Page 1-A Jewish unanimity on ideas where national world Jewish organization
no unanimity exists and that, sec-! legislating for the Jewish people,
campaign of anti-Semitic agita- (;ndly thc ..gcnius- of thc Jew. The Jewish pcop,c t.onCePt is not
n I ish people lies in its respect lor recognized in international law
The All' delegation also told j the dissenting view. and the creation of the impression
Dr. Zavala Ortiz that the Jewish Mr. Abram maintained that "it j that such a political concept exists
people do not have a counterpart j would be a dreadful mistake to furnishes fuel to fires of anti-
of the Arab League which creates' create an impression of a supra-' Scmitism." Mr. Abram declared
antagonism against Arab commun-
tvnerevcr government and
m

lax A. Lipschitz (second f.om left:, spiritual leader cf Beth
V Corgreqation, conqiatulates Dave Maigulies upon be-
lamed to receive the highly-coveted State of Israel Re-
Mion Award at a Dinner of Tribute on Saturday even-
Sept. 19, at the conqregction. Dr. Lipschitz will be chair-
| of the event. Joining in congratulating Margulies are
Newman (left), dinner co-chairman, and Richard Sneider
president of Beth Torah.
Torah Founder Named to Get
kl Redemption Award on Sept. 19
prominr
munit\
Israel, i
si
Margulies, a founder of lection of Margulies for the award
ition Beth Torah, and is "a great tribute to a man who
illy identified with com- has earned this tribute for his
efforts for the State of years of dedication and devotion
as been named to receive to the cause of Israel."
lei Redemption Year
it was announced this
by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz,
1 leader of the congrega-
Lipschitz said that thc se-
Chaire.an of the dinner will
be Rabbi Lipschitz, and co-
chairman will be Irving New-
man. Working with them will
be Richard Sneider, president
of Congregation Beth Torah.
me.
church actively oppose anti-Semit-j
ism .Hid fight it with concrete
deeds," the A.IC delegation de-
clared, "anti-Semitism cannot as
sume serious proportions."
Dr. Zavala Ortiz then altered
his statement concerning the re-
cent spate nf anti-Semitic Inci-
dents in Argent.n.i. and echoed
Mr. Abram's views by saying that
these incidents had been caused
by "'foreign agitators," and that
lie regretted their occurrence. He
took the opportunity to once again
emphasize his friendship with many
outstanding Jews, and cited his
pro-Israel record.
The AJC delegation was re-
ceived by the Argentine Jewish
community, including leaders of
the DAIA, the central represen-
tative body of Argentine Jewry.
The acting president of the
Buenos Aires community, David
Klimovsky, stressed the impor-
tance of Jewish unity, and sug-
gested that the American Jew-
ish Committee make it its duty
to find a common forum for all
Jewish international bodies. Mr.
Abram warned of the danger of
anti-Semitism in the world, and
said that its existence anywhere
is a menace to all Jews.
Registration Set Temple Zamora
Temple Zamora Religious SchoolI leaches In the various depart
is open for registration. Classes rnents, along with a staff of quali
from Nursery School through con- '"'! facu,tv members
Programs for youth activity
firmation are planned junior congregation. Young Judaea
Rabbi Herahel Brooks, spiritual USY and teen-age programs an<
leader of the Temple, is head of adull education have been sche
the religious school and also duled lor the year.
EMANU EL
etz Schools
istration Now
Swire, chairman of the
Peretz Workmen's Circle
am ounces the opening "t
tion for the two schools.
i
Presentation of the Redemption I" replying to a question asked
Award will be mule at a Dinner by Dr. Isaac Coldenberg, presi- j
I
of Tribute on behalf of the State
ot Israel Bonds on Saturday even
ing, Sept. 19, 7:30 p.m. at the
congregation.
School-
registr
' ,au^' > M:,x ,;l'',b Dr. Mcrgo'h in Talk
include speaking, reading
ferkan.
and writing Yiddish and Hebrew:
appreciat: n of Yiddish litera
ture; the meaning of Jewish holi
days; J :-li folksongs and lolk
lore.
I. L ret/ School No. 1 will
ho held at 'M". -W :;rd Si Miami.
school \" -' "ill
glades i.i. v
SW 16tli m
Furtl may be
^btaini muel Wien-
er or .">i ''' iner.
"See to Live"' is the title of a
talk and slide exhibit to be shown
by Dr. Leonard Margolis at a
dent of DAIA, as to whether the
AJC is ready to participate in an
overall world Jewish organiza-
tion. Mr. Abram replied that the
AJC is ready to join in consulta-
tions with other Jewish bodies, but
i- nut willing to enter into "a
legislative type process in which
minority viewpoint is submerged
in the majority."
The president said thai such an
workshop session of "the Governor's over-all Jewta organ'iation could j n
, 0nal Safetj Conference on create a "false impression ol *_
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vJenisi' Fkridian
Friday. August
CJFWF Eyes Jewish Needs Here and Abroad
the delegation
tanves of Jcwi-h
m* wtri re
l,|mmur.ii
NEW YdRK (JTA) A vast In Israel. Stern declared, the
net'tN still (aces Israel delegation "as jyeatly impressed
and Europion Jewrj despite iig- with the outstanding job being
progr<~>. thr Overseas di>ne in handling the continuing
i ., :h r I'.ituil ot .lew- larye tlou ol immigrant- I
ish Federation- and Welfare progress has been made in intc
Puads reported in a preliminary yration. but serious problems re-
review nt the situation studied by main lor thousands of families
the delegation during a three-and- still on relief, he added "We dis-
. 'i week period, m the course cussed with the Jewish Agency and
: Much the CJFWF study mis-ion the Welfare Ministry the specific
intensive discussions with steps being taken to eflect a
Israel and European l-rge-scale change to overcome
ish leaders.
The meetingswhich were held
.r. London, Paris, Vienna and Is-
also reviewed ba>ic respon-
tibililSM that American Jews
-hare with their co-reliyionists in
-utisfyjng the needs of homeless,
economically and culturally de-
prived Jews The report was is-
riu d by L.HU- stern of Newark,
( JFWF president
this situation, and believe that
this is an area where American
know-how can be particularly
helpful.'" he said.
Lauding the Malben program
of Has Joint Distribution Commit-
tee for "totting a pattern of ef-
fective American Jewish aid,"
he cited its pioneering advances
in health end welfare, including
the sotting of standards, devel-
opment of professional skills,
demonstration of new methods,
and strengthening of govern-
mental and voluntary services
and cooperation. He warned,
however, that the end of Ger-
man Material Claims funds in
1945 is endangering the continua-
tion of some of these programs,
though the needs remain urgent.
The delegation was heartened.
Stern >aid. by the report that 100
agricultural settlements will be-
come self -tipporting this year and
will no longer need assistance
from the Jewish Agency. Report
bag that this was 'the first real
breakthrough of this kind since
1918."' he noted nevertheless that
-e\eral hundred other settlements
still require aid and that the dele-
gation discussed with Agency of-
In Paris, Baron Guy do Roths-
child, president of the Foods
Social Juif Unifie, the French
Jewish Federation, tendered a
reception for the delegation at
his home. There and in other
sessions, the delegation met with
officers of the FSJU and other
French Jewish leaders to ap-
praise the progress made in
dealing with the immigrants
from North Africa who have
poured into France the past two
years, assess the problems that
remain and consider what must
be done to overcome them.
Italy. Switzerland.
Belgium and s
come to Paris
them the work
Conference of Europ,
Community Sen
zation roughly .
CJFWF. which the .11
establi.-h.
-'I
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In Vienna. Mr Stem ud %
delegates saw for then 3
operations of these .*_.:
tiofl. The del...,- y
New York on June 29
by Mr. Stern and Irvii
Cleveland, a pa>t
Council and current ch
the Council'- Overseas
In another series of meetings. Committee
30th Year For Lear School
The Lear School will start its the school will continue a! J
Heials "plans and measures to 30th anniversary year September, present Bayfront carupu. \\M
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American and Israel Chiefs
Clash Over U.S. Judaism
Continued from Page 1-A
i ..re educat-
eration I

l:. hi r ad.Ire--. Mr- Meir re-
al
ening session bj I >r Joach-
i :./. pn ridenl ol the AJ<' |ioned
emigra
cmted States lo Is

f 11 rea test 1
}\ Jew ish lii'
| has I 'at
i r "i
: im the fn Not
] Prinz '
must face reality that then
*>e no transfer of American Je
ry to Israel," the I i reign Minis-
ter stated -he realized thai \ i
lean Jew- were not coming here
make them viable
Israel's bousing problems, ac-
cording to Stern, remain very vis-
ible Hundreds of thousands of
homes have been built and the
Ma'abarot temporary housing vir-
tually eliminated, but hou-in.;
construction i- not keeping pace
with the needs. There i- over-
crowding even in new apartments
i he delegation sessions with g~oi
. included discus
- ol the role hi government,
privi te investment and
anthropj in overcoming the
1964. Richard E. Lear, principal- St and West A\e
director, and his staff of qualified "The Lear School has -r(tiJ
instructors anticipate "an out- the growth and changes of
standing year for all students community." Lear <:* *U
The Lear School ras founded in enriched, contim. riasg
1934 by Mrs. Ira R. Lear, who re- from kindergarten tin
tired last June. Richard E Lear, grade stresses fund;
her son. ha- been active principal emic skills and their
for the past ten years. He and Recognition and -t
I,,- wife, Dorothy, will continue potential originalit\
the operation They have been it) of the Individ
... Bted with tin- school since Uh philosophj of the Le,
':.'! and are thr oi niters and
1
rh
of
c
te
:'i tu 9e] ;
directors ol the Lear School Sum registration
Camp
but she affirmed she housing problem.
in masses
could ""' instinc-
\ e reci II whenever aliyah is n
In Lom on, the CJFWF
tion conferred with representa-
live.*
t on and inti rvii
Thi- :!0th anniversary ill to 3 p.m
. i l;> increased develop- --------
m Throughout THereth Jacob School
four major British Jew he summer, mans ol the facultj
Cantor Weiss At
Young Israel
l;r Solomon Nussbaum. presi-
dent ol Young Israel ol Greater that they cannot disregard the
Miami. 9H0 NE 171 Leach, anneunooi that Center has develop..I outaide Israel. He
Moses Weiss lias been engaged to cautioned that the idea of immi-
Dr. Prinz said that Mrs. Mier's
words "left me in a state of de-
pression because I fully agree
with criticism regarding Ameri-
can Jewry. It is the greatest
tragedy in my life that I did not
come to Israel I instead of to the
United States). Bet taking the
floor again, Mrs. Meir declar-
ed: "I cannot accept this sur-
render. Zionism was born as a
revolt against reality."
Dr Prinz. in hi- address, warn-
ed Israel's religious authorities
ish agencies Central British Fund
Jewish Relief and RehabiUta
tion, the Combined Palestine Ap
J ish Welfare Board,
: the British Board oi Deputu -
have been attending univ. rsitj
seminar-. revising curriculum
guide-, ordering n. v. text
and equipment. Until the com
such areas of mutual concern Pleti n ol the planned new plant. Mondaj through l
Jewish community organize-
Je\
tin:
Me
ma
mi
all
al
he
n
h
stration I
the Ri 1
(h Jacob, H "j
day, Aug. 38 10 to I
]~> noon, and from '<
v
chant the liturgy during the ilig'i
llolj Days
Trained in Hungary (ant or
WeiSS ha- h> Id man} cantonal
p. since his arrival in Amen
o> ii the Se< nd World
\--.-tin him will Boj -
( hoir, if the Young Is-
' I I, and Louis
i) m, who will chant tin
i
- .it
at th sen ices
Young Israel's new!) construct
.1 building which
lieen I
rj sen ices I i be held
Washing! Auditor
mm 8M NE ''' St
Temple Sinai Registration
l egistration for Temple Mnai's
. 11 School, mhi.-ii starts Sun
B< ot i3. and for the Nureen
Kindergarten, which starts
Tuesday, Bent 1, is now under
way.
iration to 1-rael would be "inean-
ingless, unless the teachings ol
the rabbis OSJtside Israel'' were re-
-pi cted. "Since aliyah also means
the transfer of families in a Jew-
ish context," he said, "the an
thorit] ol their Jewish way of
life, inci I'.tu, g marriage and must be accepted "
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*Jenist fk>rSdliiati
Page 11-A
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ommittee Plans Membership Unit
feting on Growth of Extremism in U.S.
m---- ''
ii B. Flceman. newly ap-
i chairman of Membership
|opmenl ot the Greater Miami
Amcricun Jewish Corn-
has announced that a
|ng will be held at his home
U "to inform local AJCom-
member> of the need for
ightened and informed Jew-
immunity .'*
rman explained that the cur-
n mate throughout the state
\hv nation reflects a need for
concern and concerted ac-'
[p. concern occasioned by the'
U. in power of the extremist!
.1
se art a people whose
t*tion and energies are phe-
nal. It is absolutely incunv
upon us to seek out those
in the Jewish commun-
^o can interpret and apply
lerican and Jewish ideals
nal justice to the terribly
heated needs of our con-
rary society.
need for informing the
community ties in at this
ith mj now assignment as
i--hip Development chair-
,Thc American Jewish Com
has recognized this need
vi i' the country and has
for their chapters to double
membership, thereby in-
kg their effectiveness in all
i..- of concern."
(.renter Miami Chapter has
bed upon a membership
Which will culminate at a
!-' of the National Execu-
3oard of American Jewish
FOR HEBREW UNIVERSITY
Yanich Back From Area Tour
Committee Dec. 4 to 6 at the
1'i.iitainebleau Hotel. At that time,
chapters from all over the coun-
try will report their successes.
and aw aril- will be given to those
who have done outstanding work.
Fleeman said that "Miami as host
city must certainly be at the top
in increased membership."
Seymour Samet. executive direc-
tor of the Florida Region of Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, is cur-
rently continuing as consultant to
the newly-organized Community
Relations Service in Washington.
He has assisted Gov. LeRoy Col-
lins director of the service, as
liaison consultant with organiza-
tions all over the country. Al-
though his leave of absence from
the Miami Chapter will not termi- en to all members of the Mem-
nate until Sept. 1, Samet will fly bership Development Cabinet at
in for a special report to be giv the Aug. 24 meeting
Eshkol Office Denies He'll
Meet With Nikita Abroad
JERUSALEM (JTA Prime
Minister Eshkol's office denied
categorically this week foreign
press reports that the Premier
a as considerina a trip to Russia
to fleet with Soviet Premier
Khrushchev.
The Premier, meanwhile, told a
press luncheon that he Bright meet
with West German Chancellor
Ludwig Erhard. adding that while
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For Temple Or Olom members and non-members
CALL CA 1-9131
Nursery and Junior Services Conducted
ROSH HASHONAH SERVICES
Sunday, September 6: 6 p.m.
Monday, September 7: 8 o.m. and 6 p.m.
Tuesday, September 8: 8 a.m.
KOL NIDRE
Tuesday, September 15: 6 p.m.
YOM KIPPUR
Wednesday, September 16: 8 a.m. Sunset
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hi had no definite plan.- now tor
>uch a meeting, "my meeting
Chancellor Erhard is nut exclud-
ed "
Asked how he envisaged Is-
rael-West German relations after
termination this year of repara-
tions payments to Israel, he
said that "as a farmer, I never
put the cart before the horse."
He also voiced satisfaction with
the stand of African leaders at
the recent Egyptian-sponsored
African Unity Conference at
Cairo who rejected efforts by
President Nasser to drag them
into the Israel-Arab dispute.
The Premier also described as
satisfactory the status quo of
relations of religious and secular
elements in Israel.
The pre>- reports on the pro-
jected Eshkol \l-d to Moscow -aid
the Premier wanted to follow up
his visits to the I'nited States and
France this summer with a visit
to Russia. The report- -aid that
Yosef Tekoah, Israeli envoy to the
USSR, was discussing with Sov-
iet Foreign Ministry officials in
Moscow prospects for an official
invitation to Eshkol. Mr. Eshkol's
office called the reports 'incor-
rect."
Registration Schedule Set
Registration for the fall term
of Hebrew and Sunday Schools at
Beth Kodcsh Congregation will
extend from Monday. Sept. 24, to
Friday. Sept. 28.
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Joseph I. Yanich. regional di-
rector of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, has just.
returned from a trip through Vir-
ginia. Georgia. North Carolina.
South Carolina and Northern Flor-
ida, where he met with Jewish
community leaders to plan He-
breu University gatherings for
the coming year.
The former Josephine Berman.
of Miami, now Mrs. Jacob Mil-
gram, of Richmond. Va.. told Yan-
ich of a year's study at Hebrew
Univer>it> with her husband. Rab-
bi of Temple lieth-F.I ol Richmond.
Mrs. Milgrom took courses in
Greek and orientology. while her
husband vvas enrolled in the Insti-
tute ot Jewish Studies.
Representatives of the key south-
ern communities will be present
at the annual dinner of the South
eastern Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Miami Beach on Nov. 25.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
NOW REGISTERING FOR
NURSERY SCHOOL
Ages 3 thru 5 years
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Transportation Available
Open olso fo Hon-members
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
SOUTH M AMI BRANCH
77th Ave. & S.W. 104th St.
(Near Palmetto Bypass &
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MAIN SCHOOL
2625 S.W. 3rd" Avenue
SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 31, 1964
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
For Information. Call School Office FR 1-1882
FIRST SABBATH SERVICES
AT THE COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE
THE JACOB C. COHEN
COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE
INVITES THE
GENERAL PUBLIC
TO ATTEND THE
F!RST FRIDAY NIGHT
AND
SABBATH MORNING
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
AUGUST 21 22
at 6:15 P.M. and 8:30 A.M.
RABBI SIDNEY WEINSCHNEIDER, Cantor
RABBI ABRAHAM WEINSCHNEIDER
WILL LEAD THE PRAYERS
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, of Beth Jacob Congregation
WILL BE GUEST.
KIDDUSH WILL BE SERVED.
HIGH HOLIDAY SEAT RESERVATIONS
ARE OPEN
JOIN THE MANY FINE FAMILIES
WHO WILL WORSHIP IN
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PRAYERS IN ENGLISH AND HEBREW.
ALL SERMONS IN ENGLISH.
FEW SEATS AVAILABLE.
MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN
WE CORDIALLY INVITE ALL UNAFFILIATED FAMILIES
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"*r-
Israel Rabbinate Must Reply to High Court
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rael's Supreme Court ruled here
this week that the Chief Rabbinate
is not exempt from replying to an
order from the high tribunal and,
in that respect, is not different
irom any other body in the state.
The case involved the Chief
Rabbinate's refusal to supervise
kosher slaughter at a new, coop-
erative abattoir established in the
Negev by about 200 settlements
that raise cattle. According to'
the rabbinate, the abattoir had!
refused to comply with certain'
conditions
The cooperative, insisting that
some of the conditons were "un-
reasonable," employed as sup-
ervisor a rabbi who is not recog-
nized by the rabbinate. The
products of the new abattoir are
being marketed in Tel Aviv and
in the southern sections of Is-
rael. As a result, the rabbinate
withdrew kashruth certificates
from markets selling that meat.
The rabbinate was not repre-
tented at the bearing conducted
I by the justices of the Supreme
Court, but had submitted a mem-
ci.indum. contending that its rul-
ing cannot be reviewed by any lay
body.
Active Registration in Jewish Schools
Throughout Bade and Broward Counties
Active registration is now con-
t lining in the Jewish schools ol
Greater Miami and Hollywood,
n from Aug. 23 through Sep-
tember 13. Piral sessions in the
Hebrew departments arc schedul-
1 cash this year, on Monday,
wilh first sessions in the
Sunday School departments sche-
duled for Sunday, Sept. 6. accord
ing to an announcement of Jos
Cohen, president ol the Bu-
ll of Jewish Education.
Over 11.000 Jewish children are
. \pecied to register in the 38
Jewish schools of Dade and Brow-
Counties for the >chool term
196445. Jewish schools are now
fuund in all neighborhoods of
? rrcater Miami. Hollywood and
I 'it Lauderdale.
The school directory of the Bu-
reau Ol Jewish Education includes
Hie following schools:
MiamiBeth David. 2625 SW
Ave.; Beth El. 500 SW 17th
Ave.; Temple Or Olom. 8755 SW
16th St ; Flagler Grenada. 50 NW
5!st PI.; Israelite Center. 3175 SW
23th Ter.; Beth Kodesh. 1101 SW
12th Ave.; Southwest Jewish Cen-
ter. 6t3 SW 8th St.; Workmen's
Circle, 1545 SW 3rd St.; Temple
Israel, 137 NE 19th St
Coral GablesTemple Zamora,
14 Zamora Ave; Temple Judea.
320 Palermo Ave .
So. MiamiTemple Beth Am.
5950 No. Kendall Dr.; Temple
Zion. 80(10 Miller Kd.; Temple Beth
Shirah, 7500 SW 120th St.
Miami BeachBeth Israel, 771-
10th St.; Beth Jacob. 311 Washing-
ton Ave.; Farband School. 842
Washington Ave ; Kncseth Israel,
1415 Euclid Ave.; Me>it\.i High
School. 1965 Alton Rd.; Temple
Bttli Slioloni. 4144 Chase Ave..
Temple Emanu-El, 1701 Washing
ton Ave.. and 77th St. and Dickens
Ave.; Temple Menorah. 620 75th
S: Temple Ner Tamid. 7902 Car
lyle Ave; Hebrew Academy. 2400
Pine Tree Dr.
No. Miami BeachBeth Torah,
1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd.;
Young Israel. 990 NE 171st St.;
Adath Yeshurun, 1025 NE Miami
Gardens Dr.
North MiamiBeth Moshe. 13630
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Bowling League
At Beth David
General supper meeting for the
1964-65 Winter League of the Beth
David Bowlers "ill be held on
Wednesday. Sept. 2. 7 p.m.. in the
Social Hall.
Summer prizes will be award-
ed, new rules and regulations will
be read, and captains will be an-
nounced.
Winter Bowling League will start
on Wednesday. Sept. 23. at I'niver
sity Lanes. Dixie Hwy. and Sun-
set Dr.
Welcome
Wagon
Remembers
Special Family
Occasions
Carrying on our community's
traditional hospitality.
Welcome Wagon Calls
are made when your
family celebrates a
sixteenth birthday,
announces an
engagement or
the birth of
a new baby,
or moves
0 a new .. -*4
borne. C,
WELCOME WAGON
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in statement
Dixie Hwy.; B'nai Raphael, 1401
NW 183rd St.; Temple B'nai Shol-
om. 16800 NW 22nd Ave.: Temple
Sinai of North Miami. 12100 ME
15th Ave; Tifereth Israel. 6500
NW 2nd Ave.
HialeahTifereth Jacob. 951 E.
4th Ave
HollywoodTemple Beth El.
1351 S. 14th Ave; Temple Sinai.
3201 Johnson St.; Temple Beth
Sholem, 1725 Monroe St.
Ft. LauderdaleTemple Emanu-
Kl. 1801 So. Andrews Ave.
The Bureau's Central Hebrew
liuh School will begin it^ regular
sessions on Monday. Sept. 14. The
high school is now registering
graduates of the Junior High de-
partments in the local Hebrew
schools. The High School this
\ear will continue for a second
year at it- Hollvuood branch.
Class Schedule
At Beth Am
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. chairman
of the School Board at Temple
Beth Am. has announced that ail
religious school grades, except
the 10th. confirmation class, will
be taughl on Sunday, as well a-
Saturday this year.
Children who have completed
the 8th. 9th and 10th grades are
eligible for confirmation. For
Students who have been colllirm
. I, the Temple sponsors a Posl
Confirmation Club, which meets
monthly in the Youth Lounge for
dinner, with Dr Herbert Raum
d spiritual leader ol the Tern
pie.
Hebrew school this year will be-
gin on Sept 2.
Attorney General MoV
Zeev advised the court that
the Chief Rabbinate is ,1 k 1
legal dents to act a, ,he *?
ferpreter of "halaclKih ,bTA
tribunal has the p,m ll
whether the Chief Ral,1)lna; 4
indeed, deciding solelv on ih.YM
of "halachah" nUlbjl
Holding that the court ha J
competence to eatamitie suck l
issue and that, in that rearri\M
Chief Rabbinate vu ^'^\
other state body, the C0lw M
poned a hearing on the merit?!
the case until September ,
give the Chief Rabbinate an'.
portunity to appear in 1 ,,UI,
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|tH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
ton. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
|i i. |..,iv sai urday 8 :i" s.ra.
st, Sheldon Norman Bver,
Rnlilil Bver. Berraon: "8ur-
Ihe Jewish Spirit."
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|T SHALOM CONGREGA-
985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Israel Kershnsr.
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EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
tvative. Rabbi Abraham S';h-
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)AVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
|ve. R.ihni Norman N. Shapiro.
William W. Lipson.
p.in. Saturday : it.in.
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EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
labbi Solomon Schiff.
:::i o.tn. Salurdy R:J0 am.
'The Strength "f gelf-Con-
-ah I'r'Avn donated by Mrs.
iipiiiil; and family will I).
RAEL. 711 *0th St. Ortho-
Din Berel Wein.
pin. Saturday l* a.m. s<-r-
Jewlsh llniii*'."
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ICOB 301-311 Washington
thodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
tauric* Mamches.
p.m. Saturday v:'." a.m.
afh I" the Synagogue."
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FDESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Traditional. Rabbi Max
Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
:i."i i.i s-riiiiiii: "We Must
i IS p m. "The Portion
p.m. "Boldlera for
(OSHE CONGREGATION.
D.-xu- Hwy. Conservative,
lynun Fein.
P in i mi. u Shahbal hoxted
ill. Satlinl.o I. .1 in
ii.ui M Cohen win uffklate
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CANDLEUGHTING T//MF
13 Elul 6:32 p.m.
1 !
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Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Wein-
Schneider.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m
I'ulpli guest, KaM.i Tlbor II sr.rn
Sermon: "The Challenge of ISegln-
ning*. Mmcha 6:SQ p.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Michael and Nell sons
of Mr. and Mis. Abraham Lefkove.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 8:13 p.m.
----------
TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skod- Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Convlser.
Friday :1S p.m. Pulpit gueat, Habbl
Frank Fischer. Sermon: "Grant us
Peace." Saturday 10:45 a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. TCUD1 c
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Tf.M-PL.E
B'NAI
D
fHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Ralph Krieger, secre-
.AH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
kbbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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>H. 164th St. and NE 11th
|rv itive. Rabbi Max Lip-
ntor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
in. S. riiii.n : *"i lod I *i -
. ni of Fn edom." Sal -
in lar Mllr.v.ili: (Isry,
Hi Mrs. M.hin Raymond;
M and Mra. Louis So-
lon if Mr. ami Mrs s. (
Smap. ^
BAPHAI L. 1401 NW 183rd St.
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
rtter Jack Lernjir.
day tffeE PV Serrnon: "Whnl I'.. -
pet 2#| Oo." s.*thi-.i.ii 6:30
tar Mlt\ !'. .1 ii i Mi
Ira. Hy 41i.
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LER GRANADA 50 NW 51st ,
Zltum native. Rabbi David Ros-
ld. Cantor George Goldberg.
e
A.UDERDALI i NU-EL. 1801
_Bfifcve. Reform. Rabbi
'ard M. Lev ..
iftW ACADEMY. ?400 Pinrtre.
Box. R.u.bi Alexander S
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld-
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MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.
man.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Frldaj t 3 l and S:13 p m, Sermon
'' "I ons nn I \i .< ers Pertinent to
thi llmli Holj Hm- SaturdB' .1 .
iEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan-
mias.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neo.
Frldaj 8 .mil ]:. p m Sermon: "Ob-
Jectlvi JiiHtlce, Is Ii Possllile?" Mas
Mltsvah Sherri, daughter of Judge
and Mis. Norman fSoldateln Satur-
day s:4."i a in.
ABRAHAM. 387
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman.
----er
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Frldaj 8:18 p.m. Rabbi Lowy win r.
view "Armageddon" by Leon l'iis.
Saturday n a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Jack
Boat, -mi of Mi. and Mrs. Ainnon
I iciiur.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Uuesl speaker, Ben-
jamin Meyel'S. Saturday a.m.
"Weeklj Portion of the Law."
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
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T--MPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
PYIdaj 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Men and
Missiles." Saturday a.m. Harmon:
"Portion of the Week." Mr. and Mrs
Harry Lerner will host both the On* I
Shabbat and the Klddush in honor of
their son David's forthcoming mar-
riage to Marion Deborah Querldo.
YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber-
Prlday f:30 p.m. Saturday 8: JO a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of ih.- Week."
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
FROM 15,000 BEFORE CASTRO
Cuba Jewish Community
Down to Mere 2,800
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Frldaj
Herbert Baamgard. Cantor Charles Sermo
Kodner.
I *:30 i. m. s, i in..n. 'Pre-Hnll-
daj Thoughts." Saturday 11:13 a.m
We Must Raise Our Eyss
Above Standard of Polls
NEW YORK (JTA) Cuba's Sephardi. Services are held three
decimated Jewish community now times daily at Shabat Achim.
numbers slightly under 2.800 souls I
-as compared with about 15.000 There a Jewish scno1' callcd
temple Israel. 137 ne 19th st. Jews living there before the Cas- Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. jro revolutiona report received enrollment of 60 pupils. Classes
-._ here this week from Havana said, are conducted afternoons by three
The exact number of Jews ac- Jewish teachers paid by the Gov-
eording to the latest government ernment. The school has a good
census, was given as 1.152 fami- curriculum of Jewish studies, sup-
lies, comprising 2.785 persons. ervised by a committee of three
well-known Jewish leaders.
The small community is main-
taining its religious and cultural Three philanthropic organiza-
identity. Five synagogues are tions are maintained, two by the
serving the community. Of these, Ashtoenazie community, one by
the principal house of worship is the Sephardim. The organizations
the Orthodox Adath Israel, locat- are the Anti Tuberculosis Society.
ed in the heart of the old city of the Women's Society and the Bikur
Havana. There is a Chevrah Cholim.
Kadisha (burial society), and a
cantor who performs marriage
rites. There are two kosher meat
markets, a kosher restaurant and
a Jewish bakery. According to
Aaron Gietzholtz, president of
Adath Israel, the congregation gets
along well financially.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday !' a.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Friday vl'i p.m. Services conducted
by new spiritual leader Rabbi Morris
A Kipper, Mr- Sldnej Ijinaei ^ 111
bless Sabbath candles and host Ctneg
ttiabbat In hon ir -.r son Jack's mar-
riage in Lilly Monk ..ii Aug. 16,
----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mav-r Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
a
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Wate'way. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabni Eimene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Uetwi
8:15 p.m. I'ri-hnlid.iy service
"'' he Middle Koad
n Extremes."
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
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_Consrrv.itive. Rabbi
Cantor Yehudab
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STEAD JIW.SH CENTER 8th
Ham arts ad. Conservative. Can-
pjMyrAiooi
LITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
Zonservatlva. R.ihhi Shmaryahu
wirsky. Cant r Louis Cohen
6:30 p.m.
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Temple Or Olom
All the polls, surveys, predic-
tion* and prognostications are a
reflection of the people's desire
to know what the average man
is thinking. We appear to be
more interested today in norms,
means, ami averages than e\er
before. Once published, thej
>ecm to set the standards of be-
havior.
Standards or codes of behav-
ior, however, are not and should
not be what the average person
ii I-- or fails io do. The Torah
or Bible should ^et the standard
\ standard is something to raise
your present way of lifea ban-
ner to bear proudly, lifting you
to a higher, better plane, it if
a never-ending battle for the in-
dividual and society, collectively,
to push toward better, brighter
standards. For there Is always
a tendency to resist the change,
in favor of man's proclivity tor
the easier status quo.
Specifically, there are persons
who reject the minimum three-
year Bar Mitzvah training
program. Vet this is a lower
standard than in many other areas
of the country. New York has
recently enforced a five-year
mandatory program It is your
duty to advise your friends to
send their children for the pro-,
per and necessary training.
Otherwise, some may claim to
be uninformed.
No boy will ever be refused
the sacred right of the holy rite
of Bar Mitzvah. But he will be
called to the Torah on a Sabbath
Another synagogue is main-
tained at the "Patronate," a
$1,000,000 community center,
where strenuous efforts are
made constantly to maintain the
institution which is far too large
for the small community. There
is the so-called American Tem-
ple, a Reform congregation
established 60 years ago by Jews
from the United States. There
are no North Americans belong-
ing to this temple now.
Zionist activities are carried
on by the Zionist Federat'on
which also conducts special Jew-
ish holiday programs, cultural
events, and observance of spec-
ial significance to the Jews here,
like the annual Memorial Day
in honor of the Jewish martyrs
of the Nazi holocaust.
Materially, the reporter noted,
the Jews of Cuba do not face any
particular hardships at this time.
Some arc employed by the Gov-
ernment in various enterprises;
others are retired, elderly people.
The report made it clear that there
is no anti-Semitism in Cuba. Cub-
an Jewry, it was emphasized in
the report. Is very eager to main-
tain contacts with Jewries abroad.
Particular note was taken of the
The American Temple employs fac| ,h;lt fte J(A< jn Cuba ap.
is own cantor and also maintains .. .... ...
a cemetery. The Sephardic com- Plated shipments of Matzotb,
iiunity maintains two synagogues, sent there last spring by the Can-
-habat Achim and Centro Hebreo adian Jewi-h Congress.
RAodl SAMlUU AFItll
higher standards
afternoon, Monday or Thursday
morning, the only oilier times
during the week when the Torah
is read. This in no wa> should
be construed as a reflection on
the boy or hi> ability.
Nor do we seek io punish the
young man for his parents' over-
sight ii Is rather to strengthen
and reinforce the learning ol the
many, who do study three and
even six years, completing post-
Bar Mitzvah class in Hebrew
School and continuing in Sunday
School through confirmation.
Let us lift our banner, ever
strive to raise our standards and
be elevated to the promise and
prophecy of Scripture, yet to be
fulfilled.
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Frid Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINtHtM
A Secret Inner Life Filled With Comment and %:
A MOTHER'S KISSES. By Bruce Jay Friedman. 286 pp.
Ntw Ycrk: Simon and Schuster, t'.SO Fifth Ave. S4.95.
I'M NOT GOING to compare this book lo "Catcher in the
' Rye." Fir one thing, it's nothing like it Joseph is
.-. nervous adolescent who is worried that he will not gel
into any college, will be rejected year after year until
ly. at thift) seven, he would enter nighl school alone
with a squad >t newlj naturalized Czechs." l-ike llolden
Caulfield, Joseph has a secrel inner life tilled with com
ment and worry about the things going on around him
But unlike llolden. whose security laj in the precision
with which he could work! into unequal pai -
ol phonj and real, Josei the dit ildertng
Worst ol all, Ji seph has a Moth she is thi
horrifyingly funnj thii to come oul of B< scnhursl since
the lasl scandal at the Jewish community center in ad
Borough Park. Bosomed, girdled and hennaed,
Meg is loud, brass) and uncouth, and she turns ..II
charms on al full decibel t'> gel her beloved only "" lust
into .1 summer camp and then into a hick college willed
Kansas Land Grant Agricultural.
Meg sees everything in various lages ol hyperbole,
but her dominant characterise is hei speech, which is
Capitol Spotlight: Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Did Nasser Sell the Boats to Viet Nam?
Washinstonl
J\ID EGYPT SELL North Vietl
" Sam b me of the Soviet built|
tor torpedo boat- uhuh attack-
1 the l S destroyers in the iiulfl
>| Tonkin and were later blai ]
. j the f S, Navy air attack''
This question has been a-k
;' irity and contains
sive implications for the |
s N'asser regime, it could embarrass
By MAX LERNER
A Policy on Cuba
Havana
AFTER TELLING hit I
*^ during a
the final
hat
then shall Bl

intervention to overthrow
the :n-
'I bj ii.....
ntinui I
omic and diplomatic iso-
n, and i ; : recon-
ciliation, or (U tente Since
-. mil ol the question, unless astro
is pen the door for it by a cap-
power in another Latin-American country,
the real choice i> between the last two.
Much ^f what passe- for "liberal" analysis of
to me naive, fuzzy and even tatuous.
told repeatedly in Cuba, especially by West-
ern apologists tor Castn, that it was not really
to call Ins regime Communist it was a
kind ot native Cuban Socialism.
CASTRO PLAYS BASEBALL, there are still
(clubs in Havana, the radio is full of American
song hits, the women's fashions i if the> can get
anj r.i .. clothes) are New York via Miami, the
Catholic churches are open (although the Catholic
ool< hj\e closed down there is no control over
arj or ..rti-tic Style as in Russia and China,
you les ki-sing in dark places at bars, there
adlS" hotels lor assignations between
rried couples L'u per cent of the former pros-
. government countprobably more in
their trade in the narrow streets ol
>me of the signs of an un irthodox
egime 1 astro ha- sense enough to
although I doubt whether
il of them even it be wished
Ij individual-
ist nate in their hati >ves
''in also happj lu< ky in their
< lommunism, if
munism, with the
\ erj \ <: nn tion,
'
theii
Grei n.i ich \ i ..tnik
houl
eut DON'T fool yourself, with all
this a ruthless Communist police state, a
those who don't conform political-
a cultural wasteland, an armed camp in which
the Aeen the civil and militar\ has been
I .here are guns everywhere, whether with
' .it uniforms, and lor the young people who
- it the t.iin carries a mystique with it. for it
word. There is a Cuban tradition of
ence >ell as of individualism This may be
a happy uoiiicky Communism, but it 1- also a trie
n And it is a Communism that means
There ;- -:milar .lonsense being peddled about
Cuba breaking away from Russia and of Castro
uming a C^rnbean Tito.
Nasser's relations not onl> with the I nited
les hut also with the I SSR
In recent years, Nasser accumulated 1 surplus
of certain categories ol arms purchased at bargain
price-, on easy long-paymenl term-, lrom the So\
iel '. nion So much was obtained that some items
ame outdated and surplus m view
cent acquisitions ol newer, ultra modern equipment
Despite the requirements of the Egyptian military
rvention in Yemen, Nasser has resold>t >
profittorpedo boats, aircraft, tank- artillery.
mortars, I nal Papons, rifles 1 nd machine
guns In some instances, like hi- sale- to Alg<
and elements in Cyprus, he acted wit!
know ledge and approval
OTHER TRANSACTIONS, COvertly con,]
\i involved clandestine shipments
Suez to the' Far East Mo-cow 1- known
to h..'. e restrict n direct supi arms
folli Kremlin line
; newer Ij pet IW ludin the
K craft, were obtained by
'! hi ft, in< luding vi --el- 1 btained
ame surplus Such naval
Egyptian op
thi "' ."):.< n The R.O) ali-t
avj
ttempts to win Moslem support
infiltrate the "neutrals sent ranking emis-
saries, including milit tiers, t> Cairo Some
im lie d e hina ore -hipped \ 1a I
revolul onai Algei
A \ iciou hinese antl Israel line u 1
to woo the :. Moslems from 1
to Me The anti I-rael vituperation from
Peiping exceeded anything emanating from Mw
CO\C
ISRAEL WAS CAUGHT between the two world
Communist giants who competed for Moslem favor
at Israel- expense
\..--e-r. -killed at playing off the Fast against
the Wesl to gel the- mo>t out of each, now also
played off Peiping against Mo-cow
The Nasser role in North Viet Nam is not a
new undertaking When French forces, a decade
ago. were making their lastditch stand against
Ho Chi Minn's hordes at Dienbienphu. it wai Nas-
ser who denied France permission for aircraft
carrying medical personnel and emergency rein-
forcements to transit Egyptian air space.
Nasser subsequently granted diplomatic recog-
nition to the North Viet Names* regime He sided
with the Communist .side against the American
supported regime of South Vie! Nam He termed
the American role in Saigon as "Imperialist." The
Egyptian press characterized the Viet Cong guer-
rillas in the role of freedom fighters
Off ffie Record-
pure a constantlj
lion expressed in reverse term-
ti d your mother's shape Shi
darling she- a M ..,>. and v .
around and meet people. What
mother hasn't always surroun
either has she? and "Your mothe
you'll see it written on a monument "
Friedman's virtuosity, which iromedotji
with his first novel Stern." lasl w-ar. flj^*
hilarity ever} lime Meg opens !! a :.k g '
raw nightmare fascination of this Ji ..,-h moths
into another dimension by Josepl react
his ambivalence of embarrassr
quaking sexuaaHj confronted with
LI
four
tliAH/
file n
in th
ult CJo
'i*om
jiiUt
the Bl!
his anxious protestations Uniterm- iii<,
gust) assuranee, His parting
finally leave* after coming with but .
interminably, are an aching she T** I
sorrow and comfort she has beei him "i-JSPi
I don't know whether Brm. k>H cent talent" or not Moee probabl "*',,
Panorama:
Circuit <
eal)
By DAVID XWurS"*
1 -------^iieml, 9
All Abcut Wingat
nornar
6N THI
IN A
WE WERE TALKING HBjJ
itO, the r X)tM
organizer of the **
'nrre- if. )'' ^ ciai
said to all the Ii .-tate:.
. 1 You 1
-tat-o-h Israel ,t,--d t
"Including niia '
t -' ->*^H
the <
. ind
1 proV
KtUtM
CJoui
at, wll
. or '
l>te4
iy of
M
Ftmt
, 7tt
n/r
ttorn.
11 Al
When was Jack*
Well," 1 -
H have
e helped (
"SOME PEOPLE do the lr
Goethe Be
'
h nu sai J -
j 'i k I said
: N
1 ne of the
; earl) Amei
Life ol Jackson
..t battle aad h Cansai
pherd, deserted '
r came to his commaml.'
hi derelict.on ol duty and -aid 1
Commodore, but I couldn't leave n -' Wl
In --
N
IN T!
:lev
FL
I
NNI1
I-I
..vrn
Di
et: t
1
"SO WHAT HAS ihat gol to do \ Too
of Israel?" -aid Joe >^^i
Do you know.'' I said, that ou.
among hi- many other philanthro \\
lor the building of the first residential quartWld^B
the Old Wall of Jerusalem? He real!;, -tarte: :g
Jerusalem, The bequest was admu rn
Mi ntefiore. lb 4
All right. said Joe, "but t*\.i >' Tour ^*t
in Jackson s army doesn't show that JaetM
thmg tor Israel.'*
Quite true. Joe." I said "Did
Mordeeai Manuel Noah, an editor 0i
Bd friend of Jackson? Mordec. N'oaB
;.s the lir-t American Zionist It WSI Nosl *
li-hed the colony of Ararat, near B
oppressi d Jews of the world to setl
il< eel
nane
Th
mil
n T
IX
|.,ri
S4,
e-ir
.ie
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
Writer Angered by the Death of Six
II*
1 L'R
Ae
IN
EL
BE
* J
CLIE WIESEL,
*" : 1 coi nition
....
ness that I
' : -" I :.
h he 1- now n tin
livii .
\\., -, 1 was .1 youngster when the
th trap was sprung upon us by the
unmentionable-, coming from a c has ff '^k
sidic chain ol people he ha.I infinite laitn m God m
the Justice oi his way- and m the cominfj : Meswah
however long it maj take-
YOUNG, IMPRESSIONABLE an.l deepK reUgiOUS
Wiesel survived the noose, the ovaa and the poison tun
were allies in death with the Nazis But in the process
of agony he founxi an instrument that was to serve him
. a cane Ol SUppOri in survival, an art torn, that .....m
ingly will not he muted until he has probed the- deep
r-t depths not alone of the debacle but of the victims and
their killers
Wiesel in his writings gives the feffpresalOfl of being
-n artist of profound religion- -.-nsitivity, of an ascetic
. 1 ,
' diverted
10 could have
1 ten the- axe was
SURELY THERE 1- no liadei hei
. la t He m our a| ^
Why did He not spare on at
did l; : jeel their tongue and pr ** ;'.','
higher purpose ierved, a higher m<
irse c imprebend Oed's : 9
: Mercy, u unaeJttlal as I 3
pain and humiliation of the rerj bi -- "'' 9
II.- o n imane1 1
There oawkMstj are no answers to ^ |
less 'he r.- is blind acceptance of lh.
. a- part oi the mystique of ereatl*"-
Vet uiestionmg must persist, or > I" ""''u -
act except in msalsiMi Wassasl, who I
crucible bta no answer but only Questi "
therefore is all the greater If he. d "' yrj
!: thorn or surmise the sin for which we ( ^
cruelly punished, the door might be "t*nta ^
Handing, though never to acceptance


21. 1964
+Jtmlsii Flcriafiann
Page 15-A
WAL NOTICE
LBLlCATION
m COURT OF THf
JdAL CIRCUIT OF
r _Ino for dade
IMTY. IN CHANCERY
4C 3600
MtBARA
1 (El:
ixr ~.R DIVORCE
B i; i:
I Ji. .
! York
BIBR, arc hereh)
I of Complaint fr
filed against you.
Ml to Sor\ .' e,.p\
i Pleading to the
<>n the plaintiff's
|i MOIITOV. ins:;
le, .Miami. Florida,
, Answer or l 'lead -
i i In- Clerk of the
i..... the -till if you fall to do
fa.id will in- taken
i, relief demanded
platnt.
i'r publish.-.I oace
onsecutlve weeks
II.' IRIDIAX.
oi:iti:i> ai .Miami.
... of August, A.D,
You,
..iitlefl that a I
'ivnroa pa bei i
n4 you
i your Answer
ill Of
uadbr. RH'ii
K flbcosd Av.i
the offii
ircult Court on
ember, !'
>. i !
:nlast you asr
i the Bill ol
oh wetOor ft-
i THST jKffWMl I
ixm& and i
lorlda, t'il 3ml
H. I*li
.it Court, 1
ealj By: i
...ICHARDHORT.
. laml, Fta.
(turner tor Ptai
:i:.m an. i'Ii 11;.
i- I'ounty, Kl.i Ida
II LAX WAT,
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v T-l 1-21 23
myrnv
BY HENRY LEONARD
Y JUDGE'S COURT
OAOE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
64046-A
[bin
0 creditors
in ; aii Persona Hav-
i- AgaliiHi Said
i\ notified an.! re-
. i \ claims and de -
.1 have against
estate of l:i \
-ased. late of I'..). I'ounty, Florida,
1u- H Of I lade < 'ollll-
.i. iii duplicate and
.lion 731.16, Florida
0 flees In the Colin-
Dade County. Flor-
lendar months from
first publication here*
will be barred.
LEGAL NOTICE
"He's measuring their size. We always go for
the High Holidays, to the one with the biggest
advertisement."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8732
MAVIS i: COINS
Plaintiff,
Kl.nYii RUSSELL 0O1NS
I >,-i< nihinl
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: Fl.oYD RUSSELL OolNS
Residence Unknown.
Yon. FLOYD lil's'SKI.L riOIXS,
are hereb) notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce nan been Hied
agalnsl you, and you are required to
serve a cop) of your answer or plead-
ing to the i'ill of Complaint on th<
plaintiff's attorney I. R, Mayers, ill"
Congress Building, .Miami, l-'la.. and
to file the original answer or plead-
ing in the office of the i'lerk of the
Circuit Court on ..r before the Mb da)
of September, 1964, if you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Tin: JEWISH floridiax.
DONE AN|i ORDERED at -Miami,
l-'la., tlii.- 5th dllj of August, A.U
1964.
E. H. LEATHERMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: !:. II. LAXWAT,
Deput) Clerk
I. R. Mayi is
Atturne) ai Law
i'.. Congress lluildlng
.Miami, Flu l"h: 371-1388
s 7-14-21-28
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notice t
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k Claims or 1'
statti
You are here
ilied to preseti
ands which
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. and file, the -
i provided In s
atutes, in the I
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it, within
ie time of
or the
Hsse ii
Dated a* Mian
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NOTlCS. V PUBLICATION
IN THE ClftCUIT COURT OF THE
XEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
N. (4C 8669
N N IE MAJ5 WOt 'TI: \.
Plaintiff.
.AI'RAI* WOOTKN
Defendant.
SUTt FOR DIVORCE
ii: UUHALWi" 'II N
1267 South 21" -'
Philadelphia r .
You, LAUKAL W'-'TK.N. .' li-r--
v notified that a l:;M ..I i '.hhi.i.iiiii
r Dtvprct has n filed against
on, ana yoo ar- l
copy of your Aii-t or l'leuditiK lo
he 1 till of Con..... n '< I'l.iin
Iff.-- attorney* ESSEX \- ESSEX,
:sOH 12ftf Aln-1. \ Building. Miami,
"lorida, and file th. oriulnal Ansn.i
t- Pleading ui t'i. 'ue of the Cl.-i k
f the Circuit Cotrt .. or li.foi,. tie
Hi day of 8ei>i- '
o do so, jodgni'iit l-y default wllMie
ilien Malta* V- :l' i-lief de-
nanded In tile I till of Complaint.
This notice shall '.. |,iil.hsii.il om e
uch mtk Ipr f'"i' .....i' ..!.-
THE IKTWIsii
IkiMB1 ANf) (il:i>i:i:K|i at .Miami.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63972-A
IN RB: I'st.it,- ..I
KAVII' M VIU'l'S
I ',r..IS.-II
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! und All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You ar<- hereby notified and re-
quired to pre* -in any claims and de-
manda artucli you may have agalnsl
the state "f DAVID MARCI'H de-
oeasad late of Dade County, Florida.
to Hi,, i'ounty Judges of Hade Coun-
ty, ami fill the stiine in duplicate and
an proytdeit In Secllon 7X^.Ii. Klorlda
Statutes, It Iluli- olfic-s in llu- Coun-
ty Courthouse In Uada County, Flor-
ida, wiihin six calendar months from
tile tin)*- of the lirst publication here-
of, or the same will at barred.
Dated at Miami, Florid*, this 19th
.lav ,,f July, a.i. IM4.
I>K. V1CIOK -MAP.CI'S
CHARLOTTE SAROfT
a* ftxeeutors
First publication of this none, on
the Tth da> of August, ii.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
I2Q Lincoln Rd., .Miami Betch, Ma,
^ 7-14-21-2S
I
LEGAL NOTICE
'lorjdgv thia 4tii
'o'.l.
E. B. TJ3AT'.
Circuit Cotrt. I
A K
f.sSHN A BjgSl-:\
i :ii8 Alnslej
Attorneys for 1"
il August, A I >.
UMAX. Cl. ik.
i, i oimiv. Florida
H IAN WAY.
i'lerk
EKtlH
VI iii.i, I'la.
v 7 -14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63J41B
IN RB: Estate of
s-l'ASIA IHH'I.D. formerly known
as stasia iii:/.i:ciiu\s ski
I reoeased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
Till-: STATE >F I'l.i IR1DA:
TO ALL |-t:i;Sn.\S INTERESTED l\
THE ESTATE UF SAlIi I iKCVM KNT. |
Y..ii are herebs notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to i>c the
last Hill and testament ol said dece-
dent has i.....n admitted to probate in
said Court. >oii are herebj command-
ed within si\ calendar months from
the iiat,- of the tusi implication of
tliis notice to appear In said Court
an.I show cause, if any on can, why
the action of said Court in admitting
said will to probate should nut stand
unrevoked,
PRANK B. DOWMNfJ
County Judge
By LOIS I" FAMTORPIELD
i Ii rk
First publication of this notice on
the l "Ii da} of August, iMl
SH A PI Hi i, l RIEU .\ \\ EIL
At)......> for the Estate of
stasia lol'l.H, formerl.\ known
a- STASI \ IRZECII' iWSKI
|n7 Lincoln Ro i l
Miami i'.. ich I h la
s I I _' I 'J 'I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64000 I)
IN RB: Estate of
RICHARD II. WISEXBAKER
Dec,-as,-,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present sny claims and de-
nial),U which you may hay,, against
the .state ..f RICHARD II. W1SEX-
BAKER deceased late ,.f Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to Ihe County Judges ol
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as proyhled in Bectlon
7M.lt, Florida Statutes. In their of-
fices in the county Courthouse in
Bade c.unty. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from Ihe time of the
flrsl publication hereof, or the same
will ho barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this JOth
day of July. A.D. 19(4,
THOMAS CHARLCS W1SENBAKEB
ami ROHKHT WISKNMAKKK,
as Co-Executors
l-'lrst publication of this notice on
the Tth day of August, l!'*l
AROXOVITZ, sil.VI'.lt A scm:it
Attorney for Co-Executors
iin7 Alnsley Building
Miami, Flotilla
S 7-14-21-JS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8261
FRANK M I'EHPER,
Plaintiff,
V s.
HEXRIBTTE PERPER,
1 icfcliilanl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti HBXRIBTTK PERPER
Apartment II6E, Tower Apis.
4J0I i ":ii Ii..ii al A venue
WuHhlngton, I > i'.
You. iii:ni:ii:i"i'k PERPER. are
h,iei,\ notified that a Complaint for
Divorce has lieen filed against you, I
and you are required to serve a cops
of your Answer or Pleading to the |
Complaint un the Plaintiffs attorney,
Irving Cypen Law offices. 823 Arthur
Qodfrej Road, Miami Bench, Florida
ami file the urlginul Answer or Plead-
Isa It the office of the ci.-rk of the
Circuit Court on or before the ::ist
day of August, i:m!4. If you fail to do !
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for th.- relief demanded
in tie- Complaint.
This notice shall be published once j
ach week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOfUDIAN.
DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Jlth day of July, A.D.
I9S4.
P.. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcuii Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) Bj : i'. P. ci iPELANU
DeputJ clerk
IHVI.NlI t'YI'KN LAW OFFICES
! sit, Arthur Qodfrej Road
Miami Beach, Florida
; Attorney for Plaintiff
i 7 11, > 7-11-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADfc COU i i,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64C61-C
IN RE: Estate of
NATHAN I'-I.Al' a I. a
NAT BLA1!
I I. .eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlto ,nl All Persons Hav-
ing claims ,,i Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Y..U are hereby notified nnd re-
quired t.. pre* ol am cl.lllliy and di -
mainIs wlii, h 'on iiia> ha\e against
tic- ..-lac ..I N \ I II AN ilLAP a k
NAT IlLAP I.....sed luti of HADE
County, Florida, to the ountj Jud
of I lade 'ountj. and fill the imi It
duplicate and as provided In Section
7:18.16, I lorlda Statutes, in tlielt i :
flees m the Count) Courthouse In
l ..ole County, l-|. ti'ia. wiihin six cal-
endar months f.....i the time ul the
first publication hereof or the sunn
will be barred
I i;ii, .1 al Miami. Flol Ida, t bis Till
i!h> ol Vuguat, A.U \V6i
IVI I.I.I AM s I'-I.a;
PHILIP I'.I.AI
As Co- ExecUl ol -
First publication ul this > .
the l lih duj of August,
IHVINU CYPEN LAW uF'FK i--
Attorne) s for "o-executors
: Arthur lodl ,.> Rot .
Miami Beach, Flol Idu
S I l-'.i t, '. t
NOTIC* B-. '^BLICATION
IN THE CINCtJ 'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT OF
I FLORIDA IN a-.D FOR DADE
It COUNTY. IN .-HANCERY
/ 9*0. 6-.C 8531
PKN.IAMIN V'
i'laintlff,
vs.
ClORTBJJIil
Defendant
hereby nottrlc'i
plaint fer l)i
against-yota an I
IL,
DIVORCE
Unlit.
.-etveaesJJJJJKf
in* to. the li
Ivania
-. WiiIII.. are
i Rill of Coin-
has li.-,-n filed
u are pequired to
Answer or Plead-
. i omplaint on the
laintifftj Hton i-i, PAIL KWIT-
NKY, ntJBIlt:' Lincoln Ho.ul,
.Miami TJssJh. i'....-l.i.,. :i::i:m und file
the orkjp HAnswer or Pleading In
the office ,flt h.- Cb-rU of Hie Circuit
Court oa or i.-f,.r.- ihe 9th day of
.~,ptometr,js4 it >,,u fail to ii.. so.
nidgnsetu TB Me'.uit "in i. n>''en
the relief demanded
"i. .claim.
.!' be published once
iit consecutive weeks
1 F'lJiRIDIAN.
RDKRBD al Miami,
> of July. -\i>
i gainst you f
in the Bill of '
This notice
each week for
IE*'I
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Miami il K, r
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,THF:rmaN, Clerk,
i ; County, Florida
' CAVANACH,
Clerk
>'.nii:i:
8, ;-ii-21-2S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8273
WILLIAM S. SPANi
I'laintlff,
\ s
(lOLDlK II. 8PAXO.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: OOLDIE II SPANU
2'.17 Monroe A\enue ,
Norwood, Cincinnati IS, Ohio
Yon are herein notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or I'le.uliiii: to Pill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. RAY A.
Ml'NSDN. :'.4'l lnraham Building.
Miami. Florida U131 and file the orig-
inal Answer or pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the ;:is; day of August, l*K4.
If you full to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will h,. taken against you for
the relief demanded ill the Bill of
Complaint.
This noli,, -hall lo- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JBWISH l-'l.i 'iilHIAN.
ImiNK AND i|:i>''CKIi at Miami,
Florida, ibis L'ltii das of July, A.D,
1964.
B. B. LEATHERN W clerk.
Circuit Court, Hade '' unty, Florida
(seal) Bj : M tftfll'ERITK M< RrX)RD
Deput) I'll i Is
KAY \ MUNSON
ii" Ingiaham 11 illdli -
.Miami. Florida
Attorne) foi Plal
7 II, > 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage hi
business under the fictitious names
Of: STICKLING PLCS
SUPER FAX
MERIT
HI TKX
NORTHERN STAR 1-ARD
at 7:i6 .N.\V. ::.".th Avenue. Miami,
1 'lorlda intends to register said names
mth ihe Clerk ..f the Circuit Court oi
I la.lc t 'ouniy Florida,
SIliiR'I'ENIXti CHRP. OF" F'LORIPA,
INC.
By: President Ueorge Theobald
AARON at. KANNBR
24.i Security Trust lildt:.
.Miami IS, Florida
Attorne) for Shortening Corp.
i u Florida, Inc.
I 14-21-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
COMMERCIAL CARPET AND FUR-
NITCRE ul 5995 S.W. Sth Street,
Miami Intends t.. register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I >ade Count). Florida
INTERIORS BY S1ZANNE, IXC.
a l'la. corporation
Ml IRT1MBR s COHEN
me. for Applicant
M.; Aii,si. I'.l.l.;.
v MI-21-2S
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 64C 8018
CORA LEE SMITH,
I'laintlff.
\ s.
JESSE SMITH. .Mi
1 lefellilallt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, IKSsi: SMITH. JK.
Residence Unknown
arc notified I., serve a copy of ynur
anawei to Divorce Cogapialnt filed
against you on Plaintiff's attorney.
UEORUB NICHOLAS, (12 N.\V. 13th
Ai,., Miami. FTa., and file original
with Clerk of this Court on or before
list of August, 1H64. otherwiso <-oin-
plamt will be confessed by you.
1ATF:0 July 21. 1964.
K. R. LIUTHFmMAN. Clerk
(seal) l!y: MARGPERITF1 MOKl-MKI>
Deputy Clerk
7/81. 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BECl'RtTY TRAINING SERVICE at
I6S46 W Dixie Highway, N Miami
Beach Intendft to register sai.t name
with the ci.-rk ol the Circuit c.....i of
Dade County, Florida.
RITA I. ZARCH,
S.,1.- i i\\ ner
PAUL KWITNEY of
Silve stein, Kwltnes \ Goudlsa
Attorne) for Applicant
116 i. in ..in Road 8 T-l I-21 2<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nt.Tli'K IS HEREBY GIVFJN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PHOTOGRAPHERS & MODELS
BALL Intends lo register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court of
l lade County, Florida.
HARRY KANE
GARY P. Klt'i .i.sTt-.i.\. Attorney
; :ii, T-i i-2i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63735-C
in RE: Estate of
IRVING HBXRY STERX
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Mm-
Ins claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claims ami de-
mands which \ --n ma> have against
Hi, estate of IRVIXG HENRY STERN
deceased late of I >nde Count). Flol
Ida, i" Ihe Count) Judges ol Dade
County, ami file the same In duplicate
and as provided III Section 733.16,
Flol Ida St..tut. -. in theii offices ii
the Count) Courthousi In Ihidi Coun-
ty, l-'loriil i. within six i nli ndnr months
iroin the tlm.....he 111 -: publl
l>, reol ol till sain, U ill Ii
I... .1 hI Ml imi. I 22nd
.lav ,,; .lulv. A I), I9B1
BE rTY S > I'ERX
\- I ,\.- utiix
l-'il'st pal., itiol...........n
the 31st da) ol .lul). 1964.
HAROLD I COHEN
Ailorne) for iIxii utr <
27SI Coral Wa), Miami 15, I a
Tel III 1-4781
7 31, s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S, COURT
IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63889 -B
in RB: Batata !
LOUIS GOREX
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TV, All Creditors ami All Persons lla\-
hic. Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r- -
quired to pie-cut any claims and de -
manda which you ma) haNc against
the .slate of LOUIS GORBX deceased
late of Wayne Oounty, lo the County
Judges of Dade County, an.i file the
same In duplicate and us provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Had,- County, FTorlta, within six
calendar mouths from the tun,- ,,f the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be ban id.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 27th
day of July, A.D. 1964.
MILTON R. MANNHEIMER
As AllCtllar) A unlnistruiot L'.T.A.
KOVNER a m \nniii:imi:i:
Attorney for FJstate of Louie Goren
Sou I uipoiu i'la/..i i 'enter
Miami. I lorlda
7 II, s 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63424 C
IN RE: Estate of
i ISCAR s. A I >LF7R
1 .-...!-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors und All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- ol Demands Against Said
Estate i
You are hereby notified and re
quit. .i t" pi si nt an la n and de
m.in.is which son ma) have aguinsl
the estate <>t I Is, .11 S .Vile! .|.,,.,se.l
late of I >ade Count). I- loi i.l i, to Ihe
Count) Judges of i inty, and
file the same in their ofl ki In the
County Courthouse In Dad< County,
Florida, Ithln six calends monl lis
ii, in ih. date the I rot public it Ion
or the same
CAROL S CAID N
KI
CAIDIN & ROTHEXll
Al lot n. > -
I
I 1 l.la
'
7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63952 A
in RE: Estate of
JANKT II. ZBIENTZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person! Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an> claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JANET H. ZElBNTZ
deceased kite of Dade County. F'lor-
i.lu. t>. the County Judges of Dade
Count)', and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section esoMt,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within alx calendar months
Ii,.m the tune of the tu-st publication
hereof, or the same will i barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, llii- -lib
.lav ol July, A n 1064.
MYRON S ZEIENTZ
As Ia. atoI
First pllhlii iii..n of this notice on
Ida) f J "'
H Mien \i:i. i >i.. l'.> ICK
Attorne) foi Exei
ilnsle) Building
Miami. Florid 7 II, I 7-11-21
sss
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRSUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C S374
SAM SATINSK V.
Plaintiff,
vs.
SYLVIA SAT1N.-KY.
Defi ndsnt.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: SVIA l v .s VTINSKY
2,'il Center Stret, Apt. No. 21
South Haven. Michigan
You are hereby notified that a
complaint for Divorce has been filed
sKiilnst you and you are required to
serve a cop) f your Answer or Plead-
ing to said complaint iwi Plaintiff's
attorneys, RAYMAN ,v DUHIG, 902
Alnsley p.IiIk Miami, Florida 33131
and file the original answer or Plead-
ing in the office "f the Ctrctll clerk
..li ..r before the 4th da) of Sept.,
r.n',1. if you fail t.. do so Judgment
by default will be taken asjatnsl you
for the relief demanded In said com-
plaint.
DONE ami ORDERED al Miami.
1 loi .la this 1Mb da) ol Jut) l64.
E. B. LEA I'HKKSiAN,
Circuit Court Clerk Dade
County, '
B) c P COPF1LAND,
p
RAYMAN .\ Hl'HIi \
\nr: Alnsle> I
Miami, I
7 7-14-21


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SEN. KEATING CITES SPECIHED CONDITIONS TO VOW
U.S. to Oppose Arab Diverting of Jordan River
WASHINGTON (.TTA) The
t'nited Statt-s Government has
pledged definitely it would oppox'
Arab projects lor any eflort at
""counter-diversion" of the Jordan
River waters under specified con-
ditions, Sen. Kenneth B. Keating,
New York Republican, reported
tin- week.
The pledge was contained in a
letter to him from Assistant Sec-
retary of State Frederick G. Dot-
ton, sent in response to the Sena-
tor's request for a clarification ol
the Government's position on the
Jordan River waters issue. The
exchange of letters centered on a
regional water plan developed hy
the late Eric Johnston as a spec
ial representative of President
Eisenhower in 1955. which was
accepted by both Israel and Arab
technical experts but rejected at
the political level by the Arab
Governments
Sen. Keating had written for
information on whether the Ad-
' ministration regarded Israel's
current national water carrier
project a* being "consistent with
the 1955 unified plan" and
whether the Government would
"take action to prevent other
Middle Eastern states from frus-
trating this plan, either militar-
ily or by other diversion efforts."
Mr Dutton replied that the
United States would oppo-e conn
tei-diversion "if it appeared that
the Arab riparian states combined
were off-taking waters in excess
SEW. KENNETH KtATINO
i.l the combined allocations to the
Arab States specified in the 1955
* plan."
Mr. Dutton said in his reply that
en May 6. a State Department
spokesman had declared at a news
briefing that the Department had
been informed by Israel that its
use of Jordan River waters would
1- within the allocations of the
IB55 plan and that the State De
pjrtment therelore supported "Is-
rael's current efforts."
He replied to Sen. Keating'*
inquiry as to the United States
response to a military effort t
frustrate the Israel water plan
with the reply that "a long-
standing principle" of United
States policy in the Middle East
Is our oppo,ion
7 ,hen quoted fel
dent Kennsdy, Zl
May 8. ,h3 -, *
it unmistakably ch
oppose the u
force."
He quoted the latei
then sayit that in,
direct or indirect a*.
*UW supp n app^
"l ction ir, .he in.tediS
"" '""' "v: '" put j ;.!
nig Israeli Premier |J
June vim! to Washis
President Johnson hal
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Doited States poJJn
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"Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday. August 21. 1964
Section B
1*1:
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She Hopes to Go Home Someday
EDITH RUBINSTEIN IN LABORATORY
ch Woman Finds
Her Sister's Beneficiaries
|rs. Shoshana Spector
visited the campus of
University in Jeru-
sumnier, she had the
meeting the recip-
ients (Hie scholarships awarded
through Hi'
sister, Channah Spector Goren.
Under the terms of the will of
the late Ch.mn.ili Spector (ioren.
a scholEhip fund established in
the na ftof Mrs. Goren and her
husband, Oscar, pioneers in radio
work iMeu York and Philadel
phia/ provided for ..indents who
SMOSMIM SPtCTOK-GftffNBERG
are studying in the State of Is-
rael majoring in the study
Ol ihe Holy Scripture and
one who shall major in or include
in his yearly curriculum the study
of the Talmud.*'
Recipients of the award for
UMM were a native Israeli and
a young Rumanian immigrant,
both currently completing studies
towards the MA degree in Hebrew
literature and Jewish history
Former recipients include a young
man born in Morocco and a na-
tive Israeli. Mrs. Spector-Grecn-
berg has met the four young peo-
ple, whose background and
achievements were made known to
her annually through reports from
the university.
Scholarships and student loan
lends provided by gift or bequest
of other .Miamians have emphasiz-
ed various aspects of the Hebrew
University curriculum.
Inasmuch as the majority of
the students at the Hebrew Uni-
versity require financial assisl
once, many Greater Miamians
have elected scholarship or loan
fund aid as their method of con-
tribution, including Dr. and Mrs
Herman Ausubel. Mrs. Hyman
Herman. Mr. and Mrs Charles
Charcowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Epstein, David Gelgor, Mrs Trudy
Humerschlag, Mrs. Sara Harris.
Louis Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers. Mrs. Irving E.
Miller. Mr and Mrs. Jack S Pop
ick. Miss Jeanette Prisament. Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Mrs. Eve
Schacht. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Turner and Mr and Mrs. A. I.
Islander.
A quiet, studious girl who once
learned judo and went on "sur-,
vival hikes" as an army trainee,
is employed at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital as a laboratory assistant.
Twenty-year-old Edith Rubin-
stein was born in Vineland. N.J., i
but was taken to Israel when she
was seven years old. There, she |
completed grade school and high
school, showing an aptitude for
chemistry, biology and bacteriol-'
Ogy, It seemed natural: her'
father was employed as a "poul-
try advisor." representing Vine-
land Poultry Labs, in Israel.
Edith speaks Hebrew fluently,
learned during her ten-year stay
in the new democracy. Upon her
graduation, her parents promised
her a trip to the United States,
and she applied for a position
with Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal.
Her application was accepted,
and Edith began her new job in
May. She conducts tests in hem-
atology and urinalysis and em-
ploys the microscope to analyze
specimens.
An unusually reserved person,
Edith confesses she has "fallen
in love" with Miami. The weath-
er is so much like Israel's. Her
hobbies are arts, handicrafts, em-
broidery, and jewelry designing.
She recently made a silver Kid-
:lush Cup. which is used in syna-
gogue ceremonials, and she sews
her own clothes.
When she discusses Israel, she
becomes quite serious. Several of
her young friends were killed in
border skirmishes. Edith feels
that enmity between the Arab
and Israel is so futile and de-
structive.
Edith has had time to do a
great deal of thinking about the
role of tiny Israel in world af-
fairs, and the future of her fam-
ily and herself.
"Its pretty frightening to
train for the Army," she admits
"I learned to use a Czech rifle.
j and how to disarm an adversary
i in hand-to-hand combat. We
i were taught self-protection, most-
: ly"
When she earns enough, she'll
go back to Kfar Vitkin, the small
town near Tel Aviv where her
parents and a 23-year old married
sister are living.
"It'll be nice to be able to pay
s mv own way back." said Edith.
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
Happy household at the Miami
home Of Dr. and Mrs. Max Pep
per Daughter Nancy return
ed wit son Lee in tune to greet
second son Craig at Cedars of
Lebanen on .lul> 21 Father
of the two Imys. Or Kohcrt
Sterling, now back Imm Tcxa-
where he and Nancy spent two
years fi the Dyess Air Force
Base E While stationed then'.
Dr. Eli hi; was officer in
fjewish affairs and co-
of Military and Civi-
ies In addition to
dental duties, he was
M chairman of the post
? educational program
E Sterling's spare tune
Evinu on the executive
Bhe Officers Wives' Club
tal chairman An
ember of the Hadassah
En Abilene, Tex., she
Beted "Newcomer of the
the 'Dyess Dovetale"
officers wives' club magazine
. Now planning his own of-
fice here, the young dentist and
his family will live at 11555 SW
81st ltd.
*
Gift of an airplane ticket from
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Rabinowitz to Roberta and
Stephen Toback enabled the for-
mer Miamians from Pomona.
Calif., to celebrate their first
anniversary here with family
and friends It was a week
crowded with reunions for the
Tobacksstarted off with the
wedding of cousins Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Berger in Wilmington.
Del., where many of the Rab-
inowitz and Berger clan gather-
ed .. Next, a stop-over in New
Jersey for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Konner, she the
former Sandy Bloom, of Miami.
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'Popcorn Part-Time' to Signal Opening
Of Temple Beth Sholom Nursery School
Mrs, Frankenstein was
raduj -
iil from Cornell University In m
and received further trainin
ihe Smith .College Graduate Scho
et! Social Work. She also atten
ed ihe Merrill-Palmer School in
Popcorn Party Time- will Big- ents and teacher, to v.ev. the Detroit, which specializes in Fai
nal the Am;. 31 opening date tor young child as part of the total iiy i.ji,. Education and !
3 and 4 year-olds at Temple Beth family conformation rather than Childhood Development. Mi
Sholom \ur>ery School. an isolated fragment enrolled m Frankenstein was elected to Ph
,tnol- Lambda Theta. a national
ary educational society.
hoiu
IS. DIANA SIMON
mKS. RUTH WANKlNSTttN
h Yeshurun Has Juice Party
Yeshurun facilities will be extended as far
as Keystone Point and Northwest
:
ten tf- Ten
held its annii.il .luice l'art> and
Open House at the Temple on Wed-
nesday. areas-
Teachers and directors were on---------
hand* to welcome all. and to an-
swer iatuinc~ Cnest- were of
fered the opportunit\ to view the
modern, spacious, centrally-cooled
and teated el,i--rooms, fully-
equipped, Candy Land" outdoor
playground and general facilities.
The Jni"i Senior Kindergarten
curriculum includes among its
widely varied program reading
readiness
Music, "art. dramatizations, soc
ial studies, and field trips, plus
an enrichment program including
celebrations and creative pro-
grams in connection with the
American and Jewish holidays and
festWte*hroii-hout the year.
RegflQJMi"11 ''"
Nunery $ch""l and Kindergarten.
.Mrs Diana Simon has been re-
tained as the new director of the Mrg. Frankenstein comes to the
Nursery School. Mrs. Simon was Nursery School as its consultant. An experienced staff ol teac l-
graduated Phi Beta Kappa from trained and experienced in nur- ers. including senior teache
Brooklyn College with a BA de sery school education and in lam- Emily Grunwald. and Anita Kop-
gree in Early Childhood Educa- ily counseling. She worked for pele will greet the youngsters
Hon. She has had six years of ex- the Community Service Society in their newly-painted, refurbishei
penence as Nursery School head New York and for over a dozen air-conditioned school ;it 41-4
teacher and Kindergarten teach- years was a family counselor and Chase Ave.
er. supervisor lor the Jewish Family
These years have included. Service in New York,
stints in New York City, Newton,
Mass.. and local private schools.
She has worked extensively with
young children in summer camp She" was 7h7 menTal ITvgleneTom Firust of ,h,?r iVas0n'* 1a,c,r\'!"'
and recreation programs. She is su|tant ,r tho Bronx YM and1 Ploneer Women. Golda Meir
certified by the State of Florida YWHA an(, worked wjth ^ N Club of Miami, was a lunchee-d
in Early Childhood Education. Kry Schoo] Mos, recently Mrs iand card Party Wednesday noes
Mrs. Simon announces a new Frankenstein was the family conn- fh1** ^h / Mrs- Sarah Ro8en'
"first" for the area. In keeping selor at Temple Beth Sholom un-1 b '
with the most advanced theories der a program sponsored jointly Hostesses for the aftcrno' I
ol good Nursery School practice, by the Temple and the Jewish were Mrs. Rosen, Mrs. Lena Fis<
Mrs. Ruth Frankenstein has been Family and Children's Service of. and Mrs. Mary Kleinman Pr
retained to serve as Family Life Miami. The program will be re- ceeds were channeled to Chili
Consultant. She will assist par- sumed in the fall. Rescue Fund.
Mrs. Frankenstein supervised
field instructors for Columbia Uni-
versity School of Social Work.
Golda Meir
Luncheon Party
Asthma Units Get
Hospital Awards
MrSl ^Berber! Meuel e| I'csh
kin Chapter, North Miami Beach.
who recently returned from Den-
ver, reports that South Florida
was tbr recipient of three nation-
al awards at the
convention of the
.Children's Asth-
jma Research In-
stitute Hospital.
Honors went to
[the follow-
|ing chapters:
North Dade
[Chapter, repre-
sented by Mrs.
Paul Ilershman,
MtS.SMCCl for the largest
increase in membership; Lorber
Chapter, represented by Mrs. Ger-
ald Ktogerman, for the best
bulletin of the year; Breath of
Life Chapter. represented by
Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, for the
largest increase in contributions
to the Home for the year$10.-
550.
Eleven children of the South
Florida area are grateful lor the
efforts of these wonderful chap-
ters.
Kahn OH to Confab
Burton S Kahn. president of
Sunshine Pontiac. will attend the
Democratii Nati mal Convention
in Atiantie cty n- a personal
guest f President Johnson. Mr.
Kahn is a member ol the Presi-
dents Oub ol Florida.
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Friday,
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'Y' Nurseries List cedars txec a,^
Major Goals
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, representing
some 1,000 teen-agers in Dade County,
conducted a Tag Day on Monday from Holly-
wood to Homestead for the benefit of the
American Cancer Society. Inspecting research
facilities of the Dade County Unit of the So-
ciety at Variety Children's Research founda-
tion are Stanley Lefkowitz, PhD. showing posi-
tive and negative cells to George Termotto,
Aaron Stern' Sherry Grant, Paulette Marks.
Sandy Gwaltney, Ricci Katz and Shelley Bro-
mit. Funds from the Tag Day will be specific-
ally earmarked for leukemia research.
Emanu-EI Plans Accelerated All-Day Kindergarten Class
The Solomon Schechter Day
School oi Temple Kmanu-El will
be expanding its program for the
year by introducing an
Accelerated All Day Kindergarten
i lass, it was announced by Dr
lr' insj Lehman, spiritual leader
The class is our proud addition
thi present half day kinder
ten, and is geared to enrich
aden the learning process
Id." he said,
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Main areas in the educational
development of the child will be
formalized to create an easy and
effective transition to the Ele-
mentary School Mrs Irving
Cowan is chairman of the Par-
ents Committee ture.
The Solomon Schechter Day
School, which consists of a full
Nursery and Kindergarten De-
partment and Elementary Grades
l through t. i- staffed bj highly-
qualified and experienced English
and Hebrew teacher- along with
specialists in music, drama, and
physical education. Luni
and transportation are included
in the nominal tuition char
Nurs e ry and Kindergarten
classes arc held in both buildings,
on i"th SI and Washington Ave.,
and the North Branch Building
at 77th SI and Dickens Ave The
elementary grade classes are con-
in-t grade readinpas" "ill be
important goal of the four nur-
eonducted by the v.M
and VWHA o! Greater Miami be-
Sepl 2 at n- various
,h locations in different parts
oi Dade County Th service will
,,; to the personal, social
Jewish cultural development
,., boyi and girls from three to
six y< ars of age.
In addition, it will place special
stress m its kindergarten groups
on the introduction of elementary
concepts of reading, writing and
arithmetic
The programs are conducted at
the Miami Branch, 450 SW 16th
Ave Miami Beach Branch. 1536
Bay Hd ; North County Branch.
14036 NE 6th Ave; and Southwest
Branch. 7215 Coral Way.
Activities include creative
rhythms and dancing, nature and
science, family life play, art.s and
crafts, group singing, games, dra-
matic-, picnics, parties and trips
The major American and Jewish
holidays are observed, on a child's
level, through various arts and
skills
Bach branch has I supervisor
and a full complement of teach
ers, all college graduates, with
training and experience. Mem-
bers of th' stafl continue to re-
ceive in-service training and di-
rection through the countywide
1(1) program. Director is Jean-
nette S Schwartz, experienced
i .se worker and educator, who has
Master's degree in social work.
In addition. I stall' psychiatrist
consults with the BCD >taff to
achieve the ultimate in each
child's development.
Fathers and mothers are inter
viewed regularly to discuss the
developmental need- oi their chil-
dren and to help them in their
roles as parent- Balanced snacks.
consisting of milk or juice and
cookies, are served daily. Agency
vehicles are driven by expert
enced, licensed drivers with an
assistant present for better super
v ision.
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MRS. MING COWAN
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Israel Rabbinate Is 'Anachronism1
HAIFA (JTAl Israels rab-
binical court- were described a-
an anachronism" by a noted
American legal philosopher, the
late Prof Edmond Calm, whose
paper was read last weekend be-
fore the American-Israeli dialogue
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conducted in the last week by the
American Jewish Congress
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died in New York a week ago,
was presented by Will Ma-low.
executive director of the AJC, and
stated that 'free people have the
right to make and change their
own laws of personal status, in
stead of submitting to an ancient
code purporting to be unamend
able."
Beth El Retains
Tuition Policy
For Community
Joe '/.. li-. presidi 'it ol Congre-
Kl. announces the
nuation ol the policy of no
tuition tees at the congregation's
ious School The polic).
adopted la-t v ear. is designed to
give ail children la the commun-
ity I Jewish education.
The cost ot operating the school
will again be absorbed by the con.
ition.
Registration is now being ac-
cepted at the oft ice. KM SW 17th
Av. from I to S daily, and 9 to
12 noon. Klld.iv and Sundav
Hebrew School sessions begin
Monday, Aug. 31. and Sunday
School begins Sunday. Sept. 13.
The Religious School is under
the supervision of Kabbi Solo-
mon Schiff, spiritual leader Rev.
Oeorge Goldberg heads the He-
brew School department, and Miss
Elaine Bass heads the Sunday
School department.
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GcfriAags Will
Golden
ling Day
Mr.'1 ami
Mux i ('.oldie
GarsJ Brill rate their 50th
v.oddjj Bnn: on Sept 18
Tfce-Garsh:i_- ..re formerly ol
Chicago, 'v' -1' launched his
career 9 a i .- ::. ker. eventually
opening li jewelry busi-
ness, ,
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raeAM',"$enter. he is a charter
member oi the Miami Friendly
SocUll;'Clul 'W.r.'ii. he held
every, off if.- Odd Fellows
I.odiir*lfcer.
Tkei.icoup' three married
daugMftCS, one Using in Miami.
and tWO in < --" They have
four tejndclu..!'.en and three
great-grand >
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Do9*lJtat;k Conferred
A]3&rt,,i> r;i-!k of pasc an(1
esquiM will be uuerred upon 25
candMites-in at the next
regular Bicctip--: ol the George
GershlMH Knudit- of Pythias
Lodge 196 oi Monday. 7:30 p.m..
at Hibiscus T. ';>!t The ranks
being iconferrc are in honor ol
Sam Horowit? .id the meeting
will be' unde direetion ill
Fredrick Zek chancellor com-
mander.
People Speak forum
'How Dependent are You?" a
disturbingly common problem ot
the elderly, will be the subject of
the People Speak Town Hall For-
um on Friday. 8 p.m.. in Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium. 1234
Washington Ave. Panelists will be
Dr. Samuel I. Greenberg, psychia-
trist, representing the Mental
Health Society of South Florida;
Mrs Laura Ross, social worker
and family counselor; and Chain!
Rose, moderator.
Senior Citizens
Honor Leaders
In Ceremony
Senior Citizens Association of
Miami Beach held a regular
meeting on Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.. i
at Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association, f234 Wash-
ington Ave.
Honored for their assistance in
bringing about the Medical Health
Clinic south ol Lincoln Rd., were
County Manager Irving McNayr;
Metro Mayer Chuck Hall; Metro
Commissioner Alex Gordon;
Miami Beach Citj Manager Jim
Pushkin; Dr. Kermil N. Gates.
director, Department of Hospi
tals, and Dr. T. E, CatO, director.
Health Department.

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Page 7-B
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lizenshtats Will Live in Miami After Rites Here
)r her wedding to Melvin
gome Aizenshtat on Saturday
lin;. Aug. 15, the former Mar
i Faye Hamcrsmith chose a
pdal gown of peau de soie.
Ulorned with a spray of roses
styled with a cathedral train.
ensemble was completed with
Icascade of while orchids over
Jible.
tabbi Morris A. Skop perform-
the double ring, candlelight
croony at the Deauville Hotel.
lere a reception and formal din-
followed.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hen
Hameranltb, 40 S. Prospect Dr.,
bride's attendants included
i. Stanley Hamersmith, matron
honor; I.yn Frohman. Andria
per, Betty Lou Schcuerman.
|s. Ben Joannou. the groom's
ler. bridesmaids; and Minda
nersmith, flower girl. Benny
pnnou was ring bearer.
lest man to the bridegroom
William Leiber. with Steven
Ikin. Larry Katz. Stanley llam-
pinth, the bride's brother, and
Joannou serving as ushers,
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
irv Aizenshtat. 810 Jeronimo
York. Aizenshtat and his bride
will return to their studies at the
University of Miami in the fall.
Both graduates of Coral Gables
High, she is a member >>t Deltas
Phi F.psilon Sorority and was
sweetheart of Phi Epsilon Pi
Fraternity, to which Aizenshtat
belongs.
New address for the couple will
he 5791 SW 74th Ter.
Zimmermans On 4-Month Tour
Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Rogovin The Zimmermans have started
announce the marriage of their on their four month honeymoon
bert M. Zimmerman on Aug. 7
How
honeymooning in New
MRS. MUVIH AIZENSHTAT
in Hot Springs, Ark.
The bride attended Taylor Coun-
t> High School in Perry, Fla.. the
University of Miami anil City Col
cue of New York. She has been
i teacher in Dade County schools.
U well as having been moderator
on an educational radio program.
i She formerly lived with her par-
oils and sister at 133 Sorolla
Ave.. Coral Gables.
Mr. Zimmerman graduated from
he University of Miami and is
planning to attend graduate school
for his Master's degree in psy-
chology Among his real estate
holdings in Miami Beach, he op-
erates the DuBarry Hotel. He
was occupational counselor in the
Lnited States Air Force.
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A STORYBOOK WEDDING
The wedding of Marilyn Gidney and How-
ai'i Freiden is now a memorybut what a won-
del ful one. How styles have changed, even in
wedding services Instead of love, honor and
pbey, Marilyn and Howard promised to love, bon-
ier and try to understand.' Long pale yellow for
Ihe bridesmaids and top hats and tails formed
a stunning background for the bride who look-
jed like everyone's conception of a bride with
a long white train and a fluff of a veil. Georgie
jLuck, the ringbearer, looked adorable in tails
Kith his deep dimples and a few teeth missing.
Alter the cocktail reception, the guests went to
^the Miradoral Roomthe wedding was at the
iDoral Hotel and Country Club. The room was
blaze with yellow and white flowers and light
ed tapers. Ceramic white bells with love birds
used as place cards highlighted the yellow lace
cloths on the tables for ten, as well as the raised
dais table for the bridal party. Grandpa Ben
Gidney cut the huge "challah" and gave the
"Ha'motzie." Even though it was summer, long
ball gowns were predominant. Among guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Warren, Mr. and Mrs.
Irvine Kimmel, Mr. and Mrs. David Fischer.
Mr. and Mrs John Serbin. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
.Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mr. and Mrs.
Buddy Adler. Mrs Frances Lynn, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Muroff, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Colyune,
Mr. and Mis. Morton Wasserman, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lakritz and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schultz
man
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A BANK IS A BANK
Clare Hayden, whose title is assistant vice
president at Washington Federal Savings and
!Mjoan Association, went to New York to visit
laughter Susan, who has been teaching in the
Blew York public school system, after graduat-
ing from Barnard College last year. Clare has
K secretshe found out that Susan is a much
^better housekeeper than she ever was. Susan's
Bpartnieiit is in perfect order at all times. They
JWen! shopping, did the Fair and went to shows.
Now clan' is in.me to recuperate from her
\ acation.
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EVERYBODY WON
Tuesdaj night is card night at Westview
Country Club The buffet dinner is always good,
Martha and Carl Susskind entertained them
selves I>n getting a good card game. It was one
of those nights when everybody enjoyed each
other's company, The Susskinds' guests were
Bee and Sam Blank, Winnie and Chic Chaiken,
Felice and Samuel Lipton. and Ann and Sam-
uel .Mm on.
HOW SWEET IT IS
Sweet Sixteen for Helen Sobel will always
be remembered as the night her father and
mother. Lil and Paul Sobel, gave a dinner party
at home for thirty of her teen-age girl friends
to help her celebrate this important milestone.
The only other grown ups were her grandmother,
Mrs. Reba Fields, ami her sister. Marcia, and
Mama's fiance, Mel Hccht. Cute poodle sachet
place-cards showed the guests where to sit.
The Sobels have had a juke box for so long
that it is old hat. Now the hi-fi made the big
noise. Fverylhing was in pink. Helen's favorite
color, but the inside of the big pink cake was
chocolate, of course.
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AT FIRST HAND
Minnie Solomon, now in Haifa. Israel, is
seeing where the money she has collected all
these years for Combined Jewish Appeal and Is-
rael Bonds is being spent She finds that the
general public in Israel is unaware of the part
the American organizations play in the hie of
their people. She is staying on Mt. Carmel, half-
way up the mountain side, where she can see
the Mediterranean Sea. She is steeping her-
self in the actual living in Israel, going by bus
to see every part of the country. Only one re-
quisite is required of Minnie. She must be back
in the U S.A. to attend the graduation from high
school of her first granddaughter.
FRANCES LEHMAN


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yours,
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IATIONAL convention of the
:>w.sh War Veterans ban-
lei Saturday night at the Diplo-
ii Hotel honored Daniel Neal
Bier, outgoing National Com
IH..T. Mrs. Heller was gown-
in a lloor-iength black and
fete silk print sheath. A black
in ile sole stole was draped
loss her shoulders. Her gown
siit at the hemline in the
pntal style and caught with
ol biack caviar beads.
h]r< Joseph J. Frankel chose
kck pcau de soie with controlled
une-s creating the bell sil-
pettc in her skirt. Black was
the color choice of both
Mayer Abramowitz and
Is. Chuck Hall. Mrs. Abramo-
B'S town featured a decollete
lieckline. and Mrs. Hall's the
oped line. Mrs. Max Kern
sped her white peau de soie
kth skirt with a gold and
lite sequined overblows, The
was used to create the over-
tear-drop pattern and to
hd the neckline and arm-
white lace sheath was worn
!w Mrs Sally Levy delicate-
I reembroidered in lilac, and
he-\th had a deep V-neck-
Floor 1. iv lh .'Ii-"..nee was
on Mrs l. u Deutsi h. Her
[pink peau de soie skirt fol-
d a nv) iii I'd A-line '!
Itt<\ an l l. r \, rblouse was
lasii-l muhi-colored sequins.
Mrs. I:, nan Hopen's aqua silk
shar' in i i -I'll i'i ed
flora 'I'.m -iiiare
Beck' m\ ami again on the
asyr all> draped bow at her
waisi
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fWi Lhiffon with (he sheath
Si ilk taffeta Her
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(> hiffon, and her
blue :
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seqiv, v poau l<
shea led hodici
Mrs
for I .. in in Stein
berg black
orga ; h full I
lant
orja .i I'hinesc print
shear
S. Earl Paircloth selected
a calusa coral-colored silk
en sheath with a unique
lino. The fabric was slight-
Ijr'Jcilv. led .i the shoulder seam,
giving added softness to the high
rounded neckline. Her bodice
was fitted, and the skirt a full
circular flare. Mrs. Ben Habcr-
man's black chantilly lace sheath
was reembroidered with jet
sequins. Gold and silver blend-
ed into the embossed lamce bro-
cade worn by Miss Audrey
Steincrt. Her decollete bodice
was fitted, and her skirt follow-
ed the bell silhouette.
EUCHSIA and red were predom-
inent in the floral print chosen
by Mr*. Herman Sokolow. A
scooped neckline, cap sleeves,
fitted bodice and full skirt were
the important fashion details of
her dress. Mrs. William Adel-
man's white chiffon short for-
mal was encircled around the
waist with pink satin, and the
pink satin was used at the
-'hnuldcr ties and also to cover
the small rounded buttons down
the front of the bodice.
Mrs. Lillian Heller, mother of
Commander Heller, chose the
ever-popular combination of
black and white. Her bodice
was in white clooney lace, and
her black silk sheath skirt was
slightly draped over one hip. A
hand-made black ribbon knit was
the choice of Mrs. Edward (;.
While. It was banded in black
satin around the high neckline
and armholcs. Mrs. Arthur
Selevan's black silk crepe fea-
tured a decollete neckline and
a deep rouche banding at the
hemline of black silk organza.


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MRS. IRWN BECKER
3nei Israel
5s Recorded
JERUSAl EM I I'.V \M.r an
rdent plea to the Israeli rabbin
He by Pi '" Minister Levi Esh-
'--'ii. wl ler ition in
lo lh i
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has h .'ii
the Kn>'t voted a
ition upholding the Govern-
stand The i lution di
Bnei Israel Jews
be coi ed Jew s in evi rj
..... inc! i I n matters ol per-
' tus: ei dorsed the Eshkol
tatement; and called upon the
Bnei Israel lo end the sitdown
Btrike which they have been con-
ducting In front of the Chief Rab-
binate here tor the last two weeks
Miss Rabin Now
Mrs. Becker
In Aug. 15 Rites
Susan Lee Rabin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabin, 2018
SW 14th Ter., exchanged nuptial
vows with Irwin Martin Becker
on Saturday evening, Aug. 15.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker, of
Jacksonville.
The evening ceremony, per-
formed by Itabbi Leo Heim, was
held at the DiLido Hotel, where
a reception followed
Bridal attendants were Pal Mar
kowitz, matron of honor. Donna
Hackel, Nicki Sussman, Karen
Porster and Deanna Taylor.
bri lesi i lids. Best man to the
10m was Joel Karesh Joel
Rabin. MUh Wallick. Robert Mar
kowitz and Steve Morrow usher-
ed.
On I heir return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the new Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rabin win live
iii Gainesville, where the bride-
:n u in graduate from the i .i.
i erf ity ol Florida in April
A graduate ol Gables Senior
. h, he attended the University
Miami and is an officer in Pi
I ambda Phi social fraternity.
The bride attend*d the Unive
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Exchange Vows
At Beth David
Now on a honeymoon tour of
the West, the former Lilly Moak
and Jack Lander exchanged nup-
tial vows on Sunday, Aug. 16, at
Beth David. Rabbis Norman N.
hapiro and Leo Heim, of El Paso,
Tex., olficiateel at the evening
candlelight ceremony which was
followed by a reception and din-
ner dance in the Temple's Spec-
tor Hall.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Mosk. 1001 NE 60th St., the
bride was attended by her sister,
Adele Mosk.
Given in marriage by her lath-
er, the new Mrs. Langer chose
a long gown with a bodice of im-
ported aiencon lace. The combi-
nation bell-shaped. Aline skirt
was of silk organza over peau de
soie with reembroidered lace on
the skirt and train, and featured
a narrow pleated cummerbund at
the waist. The headpiece of
aiencon lace held the elbow-length
veil, and the bridal bouquet was
of lllies-of-the-valley and white
orchids.
Other attendants were Sharee
(Jail Mosk, Marlene Langer and
Darlene Selago.
Best man was David Langer,
the bridegroom's brother. They
are the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Langer, 4209 Granada Blvd.,
Ushers included Yale Mosk, Dav-
id Weiner. Don Weiner. Chick
Weiner, Lester Langer and Stan
ley Wohl.
A graduate Of Miami Beach
High, where she was a member
ol Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, the
bride received a BS degree from
Columbia in June. President of
graduating class at the uni-
versity, she received the Steven
Mm Award for the honor student
i hei i member of the Worn
Student \......ation, and is
. :;.! "i Di it.i l"u Epsilon
- rority. She i> presently a jun-
i: Mli ii B'M k' i-
MRS. JACK lAHGtR
ior member of the American Den-
tal Hygienists Association.
The bridegroom, a vice presi-
dent of City Gas Co., is a grad-
uate of Coral Gables High and
attended the University of Miami
He is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi Fraternity and Rotary Inter-
national.
The newlyweds will make their
home at 700 Bihmore Way. ('oral
Cables.
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Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual
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from ;i r'-p'irt received from Am
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official of the Dited Nations
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"Many rumors have been cir-
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tion of refugees to Australia,"
encouraged by UNRWA. The
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an end to this state of affairs,
after having received from the
Arab League a memorandum
about the formal prohibition of
emigration of Arab refugees to
any other country. Following
this position, certain measures
have been taken and severe con-
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York Veteran Elected National
iwander of JWV at Confab Here
5I1 Plofsky, 50. of While
NY. a veteran of both
War II and Korea, was Sun-
lected National Commander
Jewish War Veterans of the
Profsky. a lawyer, suc-
Daniel Neal Heller, of
1 Beaeh. He will serve JWV
le year.
jtive of White Plains, Com-
Plofsky was an infantry
recalled during the Kor-
bnflict He served in Korea
he Eighth Army.
ctod to JWV's second
l,t post. National Judge Ad-
was Mickey Waldor, 39,
(park, N.J., lawyer. He was
for the second consecu-
term, unprecedented in
^year history of JWV, the
I active veterans organiia-
the United States.
i> a World War II Air
fcteran He was a bomba-
bator in the CM Theater.
Horn Plans
lay Service
'estbrooke
Or Olom will hold its
Da> services this year
0 seat Westbrooke Court-
ballroom while con-
continues on the Tem-
ma.ior addition,
rd of Directors of the
SW 87th Ave. and 16th
ced Sunday night that
the Jewish New Year
bf Atonement would be
Bic grand ballroom at
Make Country Club. 851X1 on
Ml. Sam Putterman. preei-
flf the cight-v ear-old Conser
j)jjjBjregation. said that the
^^g High Holiday seating
rnbers and non-mem-
ljn;il)lr to be filled in
Hpfnt auditorium, especially
construction work is going
the Temple
k began last week on the
addition to the Temple's big
ng program. The first sec-
vill be a multi-purpose addi-
0 be used during the coming
for additional classrooms
the Temple builds its per
at sanctuary next year, the
on will he used to expand
irreat auditorium and service
JJMBM6 F. Ferguson Jr.. of
Gables is the architect, and
Oaaatnction Co. is the con-
r.
mm now on the drawing
lor the 5'X)-seat permanent
taay. Tin- construction.
id with the current auditor-
WiU provide .-eats for 1.300
IS.
High Holiday season will
the flast appearance of Can-
med Tempi-- Or Olom. Rabbi
el April will conduct the ser-
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Vice Pres.
j H Courshon. chairman
^aid of Jefferson National
Miami Beach, this week
1 the appointment of D.
I as vice president in
t bu-i-J
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. ssistantj
.dent of
Ion Fed-|
I and
Kociation
[)i Beach,
formerly
manager]
lormandy
fanch SAIL
ROD National Bank is con-
to make news "by being
y bank in Dade County to
rect to the car buyer auto
It the low rate of 4Mj per
lerest," according to Cour-
Ivho also reported that
1 of the Jefferson National
kince its opening in March,
kelerated.
flying 51 combat missions. He
holds the distinguished Plying
(ross. An: Medal with Oak Leaf
( ItMtar and a number of other
combat decorations.
Heller, at the National Com-
mander 's banquet Saturday night
in the Diplomat Hotel, where all
sessions of the f>9th annual con-
vention were held, told the thou-
sands of delegates attending that
tl.e Soviet Cnion had barred him
from seeing Premier Khrushchev
because he had successfully en-
listed the aid of Pope Paul VI
in exposing before the world the
virulence of Soviet anti-Semitism.
Heller revealed that h's privat<
audience with Pope Paul VI, at
which the Pope expressed hinisel
againal the soviet anti-Semith
terror, had made him "person;
non grata"' among high Soviet of
licials who are "cynically seekmf
to persuade the world that anti-
Semitism is not state policy.''
"The Soviets also sought with-
out succes; to prevent us from
joining with 23 other Jewish or-
ganizations in the Conference on
Soviet Jewry which exposed the
official Soviet attitude on the
Jews as the worst outbreak of
national anti-Semitism since
Adolf Hitler."
Outgoing Commander Heller
reiterated that "the Jeus of
America can not and will not be
divided on this issuewe "ill not
be mousetrapped."
"Using tne old Nazi tactic of
divide and conquer." Heller de-
dared, "the Soviets attempted to
convince us in the face of over-
whelming evidence to the con-
trary that their campaign against
their 3.000.000 Jewish citizens
was merely an action against
black marketeering and crimes
against the state."
Heller cited his private au-
dience with Pope Paul VI as
"tremendously significant for it
gave the Pope an opportunity for
the first time publicly to con
demn Soviet anti-Semitism and to
illustrate to the Soviets that,
world opinion on this matter was
being ranged against them on a
humanitarian level, which negated
all their apologist propaganda."
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Men-
orah, stepping down as national chaplain ci the Jewiih War
Veterans of the U.S.A.. meets with Rabbi Hirsch Gordon, exec-
utive director of the New Yoik Board of RaoLh and past na-
tional chaplain of JWV. Rabbi Abiamowilz, in his final act
as national chaplain, conducted the Sabbath service at JWV's
68th annual convention last weekend at the Diplomat Hotel.
A special tribue service honored Col. David "Mickey" Mar-
cus. Mrs. David Marcus was awarded JWV's Gold Medal by
Daniel Neal Heller, outgoing JWV commander.
Rapid Math
And Science Set
At Academy
An accelerated math and science
program for the Eelementary and
Junior High level will be intro-
duced for the coming school year.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, an-
nounced.
According to Dr. Clyde Brown,
chairman of the Academy's Math
Department, the Greater Cleve-
land mathematics program will
be initiated into the school's cur-
riculum.
Dr. Brown said that for the
coming semester a unique math
readiness program will be in-
troduced on the Kindergarten
level, in addition to the reading-
readiness porgram which takes
up a major portion of the pre-
school curriculum.
Special orientation sessions in
the new math for teachers on all
levels are being supervised by
Dr. Brown, "Although school sea-
- us will begin on Aug. 31, the
Hebrew Academy's 32 member
faculty i> now meeting daily for
orientation, preparation and per-
Bi nal conference-.'' Rabbi Gross
said.
Joseph Ackner. chairman of the
Academy's Science Department,
announced that a new experiment-
al class, integrating math and
science, will be introduced for the
iirst time in the Hebrew Acadamy.
In addition to these experiment-
al courses, new art. drama, and
special programs are being insti-
tuted. "This broader and more en-
riched curriculum is designed to
develop every aspect and facet of
the Academy student's talents to
his fullest," Rabbi Gross declarcc
Mager to Chair
Fla. Jaycee Unit
Assistant State Attorney Cen
eral Gerald Mager has been nam-
ed chairman of the Florida Jay-
cees Legislative Affairs Commit-
tee.
In his new capacity. Mager will
have charge of preparing and
guiding to passage through the
1865 -ession of the legislature all
laws proposed by the Florida
Chamber of Commerce.
The 30-year-old attorney is the
son of Rev, and Mrs. Morris I).
Mager. 1500 Bay Rd. Married and
the father of two sons, he is an
alumnus of the University of
Miami Law School
Serving in his present position
for the past five years, during the
1959 legislative session. Mager
drafted several hundred pieces of
legislation while assigned to the
Statutory Revision and Bill Draft-
ing Department of the Attorney
General's office.
During the 1961 and 1963 ses-
sion, he drafted legislation for
Gov. Farris Bryant.
Workmen's Circle
Southern District
Confab Slated
The 45th conference of the
Workmen- Circle Southern i)i--
Iriel will be held at the Hotel
Manger, Savannah, (ia.. from Aug.
1 30 to Sept. 1. Host liranch 383
in Savannah will be celebrating
it- 5Mh anniversarj during the
conference.
Max Gleiberman, district secre-
tary, reports that in addition to
Benjamin Gcbiner. executive sec-
retary of Workmen's Circle, the
I delegates will also hear Abram
Eisenman, lecturer; Joseph Jac-
obs, attorney for Georgia State
'aFL-CIO; and Benjamin R. Stick-
nev. of the U.S. Information
Agency.
Stickney has been advisor for
the People to People program,
Sports Kits, currently being con-
ducted in Atlanta, Ga.
The Greater Miami Branches
will be represented by the fol-
lowing delegates: Branch 632A.
Geller, S. II. Levine and M. Zim-
merman; Branch 699 M. Harwich,
Mrs. S. Weiner and Mrs. Snydcr,
Branch losoIda Poston, Mrs. H.
-chuldiner; Branch 1059 M.
Greenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
'a) Gold; and Branch lOcM. M.
Iionin.
Also going from this area will
be D. J. Press, district treasurer,
Harry Schuldiner and Ben Swire,
who arc currently on the South-
ern District Committee.
GfS-UD MAGER
Lorber Chapter
'On the Scene1
At Playboy Club
Lorber chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hosnital will be "On the Scene"
at the Playboy (Tub on Saturday
al 8 p.m.
Under the direction of Mrs, Al-
len Abelson. fund-raising vice
president, the affair will featlure a
buffet dinner and dancing 111 the
Discotheque Boom
Mr* Robert Loeb is chairman,
and Mrs. Herbert Teller 1- assist-
ing with reservations.
Proceeds benefit the 150 intract
able asthmatic children at the
Home and also support research
to find the cure for asthma and
related allergies.
Choi Chapter Card Parly
Chai Chapter, B'nai B'rith Worn j
en, is having a card party on
Tuesday evening at the Bel Aire
Hotel. Refreshments will be j
served. Chairman of the affair
is Mrs. Mae Pollick. Mrs. Ruth
Corey is president.
ENROLL in the Nationally Renowned
L L. PERETZ Workmen's Circle SCHOOL
STUDY
New law Firm Here
John L. Hartnett and Marvin H. I
Gillman announce the formation |
of a partnership for the general
practice of law under the firm
name of Hartnett and Gillman in
the Ainsley Bldg., Miami.
NOW through August 28
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Temple Located in Forte Towers;
ty Services at Hibiscus Auditorium
Torah Temple, founded by Dr.
Abraham Cassel in 1354, will hold
regular services in Ford- Towers,
starting in December, according
to an announcement by Dr. Cas-
sel on Wednesday.
Next year, according t;> the
spiritual leader, when Forte Tow-
ers builds a second building, the
huge high-rise apartment complex
plans to build a chapel to house
Torah Temple.
According to Dr. Cassel. "Torah
Temple will shortly be serving
more than 5.000 families living in
the Bayfront apartment area
alone."
In order to accommodate more
people during Rosh Hashona
and Yom Kippur, the spiritual
leader noted that Torah Tem-
ple will again conduct its High
Holy Day services in Hibiscus
Auditorium this year. The audi-
torium is at 10th St. and Alton
Rd., Miami Beach.
Cantor Joseph Malek, who has
been with the Temple since 1964,
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy, with Rabbi Cassel
officiating and delivering the
sermons.
Dr. Casell holds the Bachelor of
Arts, Master of Arts and Doc-
tor's degrees, all in the field of
psychology. He is a member of
the American, Florida and South-
eastern Psychological Associa-
tions.
In founding Torah Temple, he
j set as its purpose "the harmon-
I ious blending of traditional Juda-
' ism with modern psychology."
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Rabbi Sidney Weinschneider Will Lead
Jacob Cohen High Holy Day Services
RABBI SIDNEY WEINSCHNEIDER
Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue has engaged the ser-
vices of ltabbi Sidney Wein-
schneider, of Chicago, formerly of
the Tifereth Israel Temple, of Dal-
las, Tex., to lead the High Holy
Day services.
Rabbi Weinschneider is a grad-
uate of the Hebrew Theological
College of Chicago. He will lead
a complete English service.
"It is the policy of the Jacob
C. Cohen Community Synagogue to
conduct the services in the Orth-
odox tradition, suitable to the
American raised in an hnglish-
speaking society," according to
the young spiritual leader.
Some 500 persons gathered
Sunday to attend the first reli-
gious services at the synagogue
and to hear its founder, Jacob
C. Cohen, offer the "Sheh^chy-
ivj" blessing and kindle the
Eternal Light.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, master of
ceremonies, officially installed
Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider
as spiritual leader; Jacob C. Coh-
en, president; Simon Hanan, co-
founder; Sam Cohen, first vice
president: and David Krevat. sec-
ond vice president.
Officers of the congregation tins
week invited unalliliated persons
and families to join. Daily ser-
vices are held at 7:30 a.m. and
6:15 p.m Rabbi Stern will deliv-
er the sermon at the first Sabbath
service in the synagogue this
weekend. His topic will be "The
Challenge of a Beginning."
Temple Israel Religious School To Open Doors
gralion Law
rm Urged
NGTON (JTA) The
Council of Voluntary
for Foreign Services,
ing more than 26 organ-
of all faiths and nation
htrongly supported liberal
of U.S. immigration law
end.
J$ar Paul Axelrod
tzvah of Paul Axelrod
observed on Saturday
Aug. 22, at the Hebrew
Son m Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
\elrodW Paul is going into the
^hth grade at the Academy.
\ recep'.on an I dinner will be
!Q^^H the celebrant Saturday
ening B the Chandler Restau
>nt. Mrv Rose Axelrod, the Bar
Chakoll Paul Axelrod
itzvah's grandmother, will be
esent for the occasion.

# Stephen Chakoff
Stephen 11. ChaRoff will observe
his Bar Mitzyah on Saturday
morning, Aug. 227 at Temple Or
Olom.
An eighth grade student at
Glade* Junior High, where he won
a certificate in music, the pianist
)lsopta\ first base in the Khourey
LeafW. He plans to be an ortho-
lonCK
"jcelebrant will be honored
it Hrception and dinner at the
Hotel hosted by his par-
Ir. and Mrs. Stephen H.
5830 SW 93rd PI. His
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
kus will behere for the oc-
chael and Neil Lefkove
ael and Neil Lefkove, son
and Mrs. Abraham Lef-
B2.r> San Juan Dr., will be
kditzvah during Saturday
|g services, Aug. 22. at
Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert
aril will officiate.
nth grade student at I'once
fcn Junior High, Neil's hob-
|e coin and stamp-collecting.
and sports,
lael, an eighth grade stu-
dent at Georgia Military Acad-
emy, is an active participant in
all athletics. He swims, plays
soccer, baseball, basketball, foot-
ball and won a letter at Ponce in
1963. His hobby is stamp-collect-
ing.
The celebrants will be honored
at the Kiddush following the cere-
mony and at a buffet reception
in the Temple on Saturday even-
ing.
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Sherri Goldstein
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will of-
ficiate at the Bas Mitzvah of
Sherri. daughter of Judge and
Mrs. Norman Goldstein, during
services Friday evening, Aug. 21,
at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
An honor roll student in the
eighth grade at John F. Kennedy
Junior High, Sherri's best subjects
arc science and basic education.
She served as counselor-in-train-
ing at the Temples Camp Simcha
this summer.
A charter member of Adath
Yeshurun, Judge Goldstein is a
vice president of the Temple, and
Mrs. Goldstein Serves as Sister-
hood parliamentarian.
A reception in the Bas Mitzvah's
honor will follow services.
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Jack Denor
Saturday morning services.
Aug. 22. at Temple-Sinai of North
Dade will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Jack Boaz, son of Mr. and
Mrs Amnon Denur. Rabbi Dan-
iel M. Lowy will officiate.
A student in the Temple's Re-
ligious School for the past year,
Jack is going into the eighth grade
at Horace Mann Junior High.
He is particularly interested in
science and mathematics at
school, and his hobbies are chess
and photography.
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Spencer Kermisch
Bar Mitzvah of Spencer Ker-
misch will be observed on Satur-
day morning. Aug. 22, at the Is-
raelite Center during services
conducted by Rabbi S. T. Swirsky.
In the eighth grade at Ponce
Junior High, the celebrant is a
student at the Center's Religion-
School.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kermisch
will honor their -on at the Kid
dush following the ceremony.
Religious School of Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami will open I
its doors for the 43rd year begin- \
ning the weekend of Sept. 12 and
13. Some 900 children, in classes
from kindergarten through senior
high school, will be engaged in the
study of Judaism from the Reform
Jewish point of view.
Hebrew classes are also part of
the curriculum for boys desiring
Bar Mitzvah and, for the first!
time, a three-year program for
girls leading to Hebrew School'
graduation has been instituted.
Temple Israel's Institute for
Adult Studies will observe its
tenth anniversary two weeks
later when Saturday and Sunday
morning classes begin. Some
100 adults are "graduated" each
year from the courses taught by
Temple Israel's two rabbis and
two University of Miami pro-
fessors.
Dr. Joseph Narot will devote his
Sunday morning course to "The Graff will give a course on "The
Faith, History, and Literature of Mainstream of Judaism" on Sat-
Ihe Bible." Alfred Boas will dis- urday mornings, and Dr. Sidney
cuss "Judaism and the Realities Besvinick will teach "The Apo-
of Today." cryphaHidden Writings," in
Assistant Rabbi Morris W. Jewish religious thought.
U.S. Postmaster At Confabs Here
John A. Gronouski. Postmaster
General of the U.S., addressed the
National Association of Postal
Supervisors in convention at the
Americanna Hotel last weekend.
Gronouski told the postal author-
ities that "sound judgment is a
quality we have come to expect
from our postal supervisors. It
seems to me you exercised judg-
ment in its highest form when you
chose Miami Beach for your con-
vention."
In a more serious vein, he not-
ed that "So far as the Post Of-
fice Department is concerned,
the keynote in our labor-manage-
ment relationship is flexibility.
Last month, I authorized our
postmasters to exercise -flex-
ibility in carrying out my di-
rective to achieve the economies
sought by President Johnson."
Before the annual convention of
the National Association of Let-
ter Carriers on Monday at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, the Post-
master General declared: "This is
the fourth national postal conven-
tion in the last six days to which
I have brought the personal greet-
ings of President Lyndon B. John-
son. It is always a pleasant chore."
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*"Jewisti fkridiiaim
Page 15-B
League Attacks Johnson
U.S. Desalination Program
LEGAL NOTICF
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
y/t
of:
ITON (JTA) The
s this week launched a
I attack on President
desalination program
imenced recently in Is-
ring an agreement be-
fresident Johnson and
lister Levi Eshkol.
I the joint American-
ey to advance the use
energy for desalination.
broadcasts mounted an
President Johnson for
lot Zionist aggression."
lamascus radio service
the Johnson plan, star-
"although desalination
tater was adopted as its
lis is merely used as a
the American-Zionist
bit to conceal more far-
cooperation and a more
s effect on Arab exist-
"involves effective participation
by America in developing Is-
rael's technical ability so as to
double it* economic and mili-
tary potential. America's con-
tribution to the desalination of
sea water will strengthen the
enemy's position to absorb new
Zionist immigrants in the Negev
and other parts of occupied
Palestine. The development of
Israel's technical and manpow-
er capability, in addition to for-
malizing Zionist occupation of
Palestine, will encourage the oc-
cupation enemy to carry out new
expansionist adventures."
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63715 B
IN" RE: Estate '.f:
HELEN <\ MOORE.
I i- eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors :iml All PeraonH Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Kstati :
You in.- hereby notified and re-
quired In |.r.-. in :iiii claims and de-
mands which you may have againsl
the salute of HBI.KN C. MOORE de-
I ceased law- of l>ad.- County, Florida,
I to ilw County luilflea of Dadu Coun-
ty, ami file (In- sanii- in duplicate, and I Ran*,, 13L0-JI
I- provided In Section 731.16, Florida ami. Florida,
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ts' Courthouse In I hid.- County. Flor-
ida, within si\ calendar month* from
ihe time nf the first publication here-
I of or the -ani" will lie barred,
Dated il Miami. Florida, -Ills 17th
dnj < August, AH. mill
MARX I'AltKIt
As Administrator
First publication of this notlci on
iin- :ist ilaj ..i August, liMS-l.
MARX l IHER
Attorney for Administrator
MIL' Alnsl.-.v Building
8 :\ -:. 1-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9143
KAI.V A I" >l: i) CEDES MIRANDA
Plaintiff,
\s.
II'I.IA SKSIN" (I CEDES,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yul*. .II'I.IA SISKIN Miguel IT. Santa Clara, Cuba* are re-
quired to file your answer to ilie Com-
iilaInt fur Divorce with the Clerk, of
the above styled Court, and serve a
copy thereof upon lii-nnan Cohen,
Congress BuiMlng, Mi-
nn or before September
Slat, IM4, or else <.....iplaint will be
taken a- confessed. Dated August IT.
iai.
i-: it. LEATHERMAN
Clerk ..I tin Circuit Count
is.ah l'.\: Marguerite Morford
l -1 ii t > Clerk
8 SI -88, i-l l
These views followed the same
line taken by Arab diplomats in
complaints registered with Amer-
ican embassies in Arab states.
CERT FICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND RY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
... u '" *'-' '"" "'HUM THESE PRF
The White House, however, has ENTS SHALL come, UREETINOS:
Tht>.'p"oadcast. following the
line Bothers emanating from
Cairo Pnman, and other Arab
said President Johnson
aftirniing "organic ties
list imperialism" through
of the desalting plan.
Bias been taken by Wash-
ingtOnV. authorities of editorials
like oae appearing in Al-Bath, of
DanUMps. which alleged "to ex-,
pose"* xm .lohn-on plan. It said
the -aippemt'iit was signed at the'
timer'1 Bel was plotting over the
JordanRi\ er waters. This con-
'irnm^taaerua- open support i-fHhe
Zionists against Arab waters, and
its I Bmination to back Zion-
>m in its unceasing aggression
igaiast Palestine
"lpllmentation of the agree-
ment," aaid the Arab editorial.
issued orders tor full speed on
the desalination plan, visualizing
it as an undertaking which will
ultimately benefit not only Israel
but other lands as well. Presi-
dent Johnson has asked that he be
kept informed on the survey's
progress
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCL COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6-C 9250
TINA sim Id I -
Plain ii
tOltr-TRT En;: \ m; 1 -
Defend.i'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'll ROHKKT I i-.l'.Ni: I'll.I.s.
1411 II.-. V-. 'in.
Knoxvill
You RpRi i: i <;i:n
AN !H< N
lildlng. *Mi.. Kli.iidii. and file
e 'original i i'i' nn. hi
ire hereby n
'niplaint foi
gainst yen.
ei ve a copy
ng to the Hi
'lamtlfffeati
VIA>
iu

h.- office ..I
'unrt on m
September,
o, jiidj[
n agal:
d In th
This n
ach wee!
ii THE
I'ONE
'lorlda,
964,
K. P..
t-ireult
ireult
By:
sHKVI.N',
Hi
Vtiori.'
Idl.l.S.
that a I'.III i.l
-.- haa been t"11 i
.ii.- required to
An-u er or Plead -
'nmplalnl on the
ii i.\ in at h
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. MC 9249
VICTORIA OBI. I'AKURN
lti 'HI t'l'I'.HIA
Plaintiff
ve*
UtMANl'O l I'HItlA
I lefend llll
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ARMANDO fl'BRI \
Prlslon De i-la De I'inos
Cuba
You, ARMANDO CUBRIA, are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint
'or Divorce hns bean filed against
you, and you are required I.' serve a
|.y of your AlisWi r in I'll adlllK to
i rile Bill of Ciiinpl.-i'nt nil the Plaintiff's
ittnrnev. SHEVIN. OOODMAN A.
Hi il.T'/M.v.N". :;ii; Seviii.id Hulldinai
Miami ::-. l-'l.i-iila and ill,, the orbjlnal
Answer ur Pleailine '" the ofttce !
tin Chffk of the Circuit Court on or
before the SSrd da} ot September, IM4.
If you fail to di. .-... Judgment by de-
fault will he taken uaralnal you for the
relief demanded in the Mill of Con-
lilii in i
This notice -hail he published once
. ai ii week for four eonaecutlv* weeka
in THE JEWISH I'l.iddl'IAN
ini.Ni: ami i dti >i-'.i:i:ii at Miami,
Florida, this 19th da) of Aucuat, A.I'.
IM4
B. I'.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Imdi County. Florida
tseall I5y: Mnrauerite Morford
i.....ii v i' .i;,
SHKVI.V, :......MAN ,v Htd.TZMAN
W'h.i-a-. m \i:x m i- \i:i:it. mi-
ami, l-'i.i >Rii>Ai i.i:i: HlOHTt 'Wi'i:.
Ml \MI l'l.iil:i|i\; i: I. I Z A B K T II
II AIMtKI.I.. MIAMI. FLORIDA did ..n
the 9th das if April, A.I'. l9aS cause
io In- i......'iN.raiid under tin- laws "f
'in.- si 11. of rioil.la HEXRY STEVENS
TOYS. INC. No. :; a corporation, with
, it- prim Ipal id.n buslni ill Ml-
Wll DADE COI'NTY, in the Siai.-
"i Florida, and rhereas such cori>or-
ntlon did mi the llih il.n of AUKUSt,
A I'. 1961. .an-,- t,, I..- fih,I in the
offh.....f the Secretary ..f State of the
State nf Florida, the documentary
authorltj reiiuired under Section
lins.L';. Florida Statutes, showing the
dissolution of --n|i corporatIon,
Now, thi r it. the Secretarj "f
si.ii,. does herebj certify to th.- rm-c-
Kolna and that he is satisfied thai the
requirements of th,. law have been
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHERKOF, I ha\.
hereunto set my hand ami have
affixed th. tlreat Heal of the State
of Kim-ilia, at TnlUhasaae, the
Capital, this the ELEVENTH day
of Al'IM'S-l', A. I>. l!Ht4.
Iseall TOM ADAMS.
S. .Tetary of Btate
s .'1 "it
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
i h,- underslarncd, deairlna in encage in
buainess under the MvalUoua nann- nf
RICHIE'S RESTAl'RANT LOl'NOE
ai l Florida Intends in register .-aid name
with tin- Clerk ol the Clcrull Court of
Datle County, Florida.
i;i:ni: praxm
Hole i Iwner
PA II, KXVITNEY nf
Sllversteln, Kwltney iV Ooudlsa
Atlorne) fi -r Appllcanl
V2 Lincoln Una.I M ill
Miami Beach, Florida
s I l-:'i -:'s. : I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60560 C
IN RE; Estate of
JEANETTE STONE
NOTIc'e'o'f INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D STR'BUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby givan that l
have filed my Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and rlnal I'I--
hsrue us l-W.....itnr of the eatnte of
.ii:ani:'I"I'I-: S'CONK, decasd: iiini
that mi tin- I'.th day of September.
unit, will apply to the Hpnonu>le
County Judges of Bade Ovunty, l-'ior-
idu, for approval of said l-'lnal Rcpprt
and for distribution and final di-
charge as Bxecutot of the estate
tin- above-named decedent. This 12th
day nf AURUM, I9M
MORRIS II' IFPMAN
Kxecutor
liisii REPHUN
Attorney for Bgecutor
1370 Washington A\ enue
Miami Beach, Florida
> l l-.'i -:'v : t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Niiti.'k is HEREBY OIVEN tli.it
tin- underalgnad, dealrlng to engage in
n.isn,. -.- uiiuer the ttctitous tiamea nf
Biscayne llallroom: lliscayne Bnll-
i.....n Dance Club at Ho N.E. sth
Street, Miami. Florida Intends in r-u-
Ister said names with the Clerk nf the
i in nil Court of I lade Count} Flol Ida.
I 'AN'i'INi ; c< dtl'i iKA'I'lii.N
DF AMERICA
A Florida Corp.
MARVIN I WIENER
Attorne) for Applicant
9i:i Alnslej Building
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tha-
the mid. sinn.-il, dsalrlng In :.-.,-
in business under tin fictitious mimes
nf HOI'KINS DISi'iil NT CBNTBRS.
HOPKINS MARTS at 91-93 Miracle
Mil.. Coral Uablea, Florida intends !
register -aid names with the L'lerk
the Circuit Court nf Dade County,
Florida.
ii.Ni:'i'iti:i-: uF Ci I: a i. (i VBI.KS,
INC
KOVNER & MANNHEIMEB
Attorneys for Plnetree of
i inal Gables, tin
s :'i -:-. i
:n; s.
Miami
A! tnl II
bold Building
:. I- !
js fr ii.hi.mi
s L'l-'.'s. :i l-ll
I
the
11 >.
'anil
f th. Circuit
28rd da> ul
II tail In do
will In i.ik -
i h.- relief demand-
mplalnt.
be published once
nsei utlve .i-ks
ii 1KID1AN.
BRED at Miami.
I A llgUSt, A I '
RM \N. i'i. rk.
Count*, i
B MtiRHlRD
.
,\ il' 'I."I'ZM \.N
- :-. i-i!
NOT* CE ^V3LICATlON
N THE llRCL COURT OF THE
-LEVEN1 [H JL 3 Ci AL CIRCUIT OF
FLOKH A IN i\D FOR DADE
W\. IN CHANCERY.
6iC 32*51
A II.IJA4[ I M. Alt 'in i: lit IIIBItTK,
III 11
ROBERTS,
CO i-
T FOR DIVORCE
,'l NNETTE CAROL
-!} notified iliat ;i
jaJ i 'nni.. haa been
I and \ nil an- re-
' copy of your An-
iiIiiik to tin- Itill of Com-
tln- paiintiffs Attornej
MILMAN A.- Hlll.rZMAN.
Building. Miami ;i^, nor-
th original Answer or
the Office of the Clerk
ult Court on or before
tember. 1%4. If
Jiidgiin lit by de-
against \ou for
I in th. Hill of
BRED at Miami.
f August, A.I'.
BA rHERMAN, Clark,
I'm. i 'mint \. Florida
P Murs Uerlle Mm ford
il 1'ierk
|>MM \.N ,v llnl.rZMA.N
l: i ,
N 21-Jg, t III
CIRCUIT COURTH. I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
IN CHANCERY
NO. CIC S071
.-II \l:i'N KMIOTII KINli,
Plaintiff,
\ -
I.II.I.IA.N ii. KINO,
I'.;, itduut
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vi M I.II.I.IA.N KINi:
Kesldi n. I n I,p.a ii
noilfieil t" 'In......i i' your
inswer ," DiviH t >mpialnl filed
i Mll.-I V mi >^\ I 'lain; iff's alt...... ^ .
:l.i HM1E Nli 'i. ii. \- :.: N W i.ih
A\e.. Mbit file ot .'in.11
:,
,, -i- ..III-
I Ii> > nil.
DAI
i. i: I .BA TII Hit M A N I
II. LAN WAY
i
s -:\-:.. :< 1-11
CERT.FICATE OF
CORPORATE. DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
I'i' ALL TO WHOM I'HBSB PRES-
ENTS SIIAI.I. COME, UREETINOS:
Whereas, MARN M FABER, MI-
AMI, FLORIDA: LEE HIGHTOWBR,
MIAMI. FLORIDA: ELIZABETH
II Ai:iti:i.l.. MIAMI. FLORIDA did on
the 9th day of April. A.LL. IB5S cause
in in- Incorporated under the laws nf
tin- stat. of I-nn ida HENRY STEVENS
i'i'Ys. INC. no. '-' a corporation, with
its prin. ipal place ni business at mi-
ami. DADE COUNTY, in the State
of Florida, ami whereas such corpor-
ation did nn the llth da> of August,
a. i'. lt'in. causa t" lie filed ill the
office of the Secretary of state of the
state of Florida, .in- documentary
authority required under Section
MMLgT, Florida Statutes, showing the
dissolution nf such corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
stat.- does hereby certify to tin- fore-
going and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have bean
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set m> hind ami have
affixed ilm tlreat Peal nf tin- State
nf Florida, at Tullah tssi .-. the
Capital, thi- the ELEVENTH day
nf AI lil'ST, A I' 19*11
(seal) TOM ADAMS,
Sect star) of State
S L'l I'.l ,
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO Al.l, In WHOM TI1KSK I'KKS"-
i:\TS SIIAI.I. COMB, (IREETINOS:
Whereas, MVBX M. FABBR, MI-
AMI. Kl.op.inv: LEE HIIIHTOWWR, ]
MIAMI. Fl.oltlDA: ELIZABETH
, HAIiltBI.I.. MIAMI. Fl.ilUIDA did on
ihl i'tli day of April. A.l>. ISSS cause
to !- incorporated under the laws nf .
the siat.- of Florida HENRY STEVENS .
toys. inc. no. i a corporation, with
its principal pii'i of business at mi-
ami. DADE I'ol'NTV. in the State
of Florida, and wngreaa such corpor-
ation did on the llih day of August,
A.ll. IM4, .all-,- to h.- filed ill the
office nf (he Secretary nf Stats of the
' Stale nf Florida. the ilmu nn-nlal \
authority rciulred under Pectlon
';"s.JT, Florida Statutes, shawlng the
ilis dutinn of sii'ti corporation,
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
Stete does herebj certify to tin- fote-
- iiii4 "'' 'hat he i~ satisfied thai the
requirements ol th.- law have been
compiled w iih
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have |
hereunto set mj hand ami have
affixed th. i!rent Seal nf tin State
i.l Florida, at Tallahassee, the \
Capital, Hi- ilf ELEVENTH da)
if AI lil'ST. A.|l. 19*4.
(seal) ii >m a i >a ms.
Secretary ot state
s Si i; i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9226
LINDA B. BPi'KRSt in.
1'laililiff.
vs.
EARL M. EPPERSON,
I iefemhlllt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T" KARL M. BPPBRKON
ii l Alabama Avi nui
Etowuh, Tennessee
You, Earl ^t Biiperson, are hereh)
notified that a hill nf Complain! for
IHvorce has I.....n filed against you.
and >ou are requlned i" serve a copy
I your Answer or Pleading in the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, Il-rl>. ; IV Wilensky, Suite
;;i7 Blsoayne Kulldlng, 19 East Flag-
ler Street, Miami Florida 13131) and
file the original Answer "i Pleading
In the office of tin- Clerk of tin- Cir-
cuit Court nn m- before the !2nd da*
ni September, 1944. if you fall to do
so. Judgment by default "ill be taken
against y"" for tin- relief demanded
in the Bill of <' implainl
This notice .ii.ill i"- published once
. a.h u. ', for four con -. i M i wi ii--
In THE .li:\\'ISil I I.' HUDIAN
I'uNi: AM' ORDERED at Miami.
i tbt) nl AUKUSt, A.I '.
ii'i;i.
B. i; i.i-:ATiii:n\iAN. clerk.
It i 'mut. I '.nl,- Count) Flot ida
(seal) Bj : IIBLICN KKSSLER
I i.ii.it\ Clerk
HERBERT IS. \\ ILBNSKY
Suite ;it i:is. i,n- i'.iiiid.n^
Mia.ill. Flot.....
_v m i : i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T.
IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8370
IN UK:
oi w II.i 1AM Al.l I'N THi iM \s.
and l.i IVENIA Til' 'MAS. his
ii'.-. for adoption nf a fern ill
infant in in- named
MYRA MARCIA THi 'MAS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yul'. SAMMY MOOKB I'.IOSlDliNC '
I I'NKNOWN, ai- li.r-l.v nutifled thai
14 -21 -28, 9/4 I a Petition for Adoption ..t the child
of your wife has been filed and -,.
are required to serve a cop) "i your
answer or pleading nn Petitioner's At-
torney, Herman Cohen. 1310 Congress
Bids and file orlglnul answer witi
iln- Clerk of ihe above styled Court nn
or before September 15, 1K64, ..r d>-
fault will be entered.
DATED, this 12th day or August,
1!'64.
E. It. LEATHERMAN
< 'let k 'i* 'he iIrcuil 'out t
(seal) By: E, II. I.ANWAY,
Deput) Clerk
s 14-21-2, t '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8901
DANK OFCOMMERCB, a New York
liunklng i
plaintiff.
\ s.
i'i: v.Ni'is M KINO an.I LEI >N \ T.
K INO hla w fe,
defend nits.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'i I KRANCIN M l< I N'l; and I.BOX \
T KINtl i- > ;. alive, and

devisees,
In :..-- .Tellitol t n :, -, ol'
..iln i !., un-
der ". agitinsi them nn) of
them, and all pan i
claiming have any riuiu. tiih-
bed in the nmplalnt,
Residence Start Route, West-
nilnlater, South Carolina.
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a suit tn foreclose mortgage against
real and personal property ha.- i.....n
filed against you In tin- above Court
b) iln- Plaintiff, BANK OF COM-
MERCE, a New York banking cor-
poration. Iln- propert) sollKht tn be
foreclosed is as follows:
Lot s. in Block 51, of ci ti.ki:
RIDGE SECTION 7. according to
the 1'iat th. reof. as recorded in Plat
Book >;s. at Page ">. of th,- Public
Records of Hade County! Florida.
YOU ABB KBWl'IRED to serve a
copy of your answer or other pleading
on Plaintiff's Attorney, MALCOLM H.
FRIEDMAN, L'l". Security Trust Build-
ing, I lit Bast Flagler Street. Miami
:!:;, Florida, and file the original In
tin- office of the Clerk of the above
Court, on or before the nth day of
September, 1964, in default of which
the eoinplaint will be taken as con-
fessed agalnal you for the relief re-
queated In Plaintiffs complaint and
pleadings.
DATED thi- l"th da) of A
1864.
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, l lorlda
(seal) By: !:. H. LANWAY,
I', put) l'lerk
s 14-21 28. 9 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 4330
THE NEW ^' ";:. BANK FOR
SAVINtlS. r n- I> known as The
New Vi>i k s.., i i :.i nk,
:
\ -
CHARLES : 'Si 'HCNtl,
. -. u I
i i i
NOTICE OF SUIT
!'. '. '
I nklli'U II, ..lid
nknowi ...".-
if Ii-. nown
-I I-- -. i'i:atei .-.
. i lors,
,
by, tb rot iln
ai...\ e nann hints who ma.' I"
.....used
You lire I' bj notified that the '
nbo> e cm !: i a. -i a. ; ion ha- been Insti-
tuted against you in the Circuit I'onit
nf 111.- JUdb llll n nl Of l-'lni iila m
an.i nn I'. I.- Count) t" foreclose a
mortgage U|s>n th,- following des-
cribed real propert) :
Lot 7 Block I FA1RLAWN MANOR,
according in the I'lai thereof re-
corded in I'I.it Book "'Ii at Pace 7^
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida, together with Ilotpolnt
Rang*. RBM, Serial No. 902O54;
Ilotpolnt UefriKerator EA-lQi Ser-
ial N... K60M2; Venetian Bllnda and
Hotpolnt Waahlng Machine i.H-i
Serial Number 0496814.
You ai.- required tn file your answer
to pla in tiff's complaint With the Clerk
of the aforesaid 1'niirt and serve a
copy thereof upon p^-intiff's attorney
MARTIN FINE, llih FI.....-, Dade
Federal Building. Miami U, Florida,
not later than August SI, 19(4, or a
Deoree Pro Confeaso win be entered
aitaiUHt >ou.
DATEI : Jul) '-':;. 1964.
E. I'- LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
I-...Ii B) M VRUCERITB MORFl IRD
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorni i ntlff
I lib l- Fedi ral Bldg.
Mian.. ..I.l
7. :;i, s 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8877
BDELMIRA MARTINEZ. .. U a
TIIKI.MA \l VRTINEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HEI "I'i R A MARTINEZ.
I 'el'eiidant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti >: Hector A M.i t
e ii Mrs La/. \l i :
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August 21. 1964 fjfnisti flbridHain Page 13-B Temple Located in Forte Towers; ty Services at Hibiscus Auditorium Torah Temple, founded by Dr. Abraham Cassel in 1354, will hold regular services in FordTowers, starting in December, according to an announcement by Dr. Cassel on Wednesday. Next year, according t;> the spiritual leader, when Forte Towers builds a second building, the huge high-rise apartment complex plans to build a chapel to house Torah Temple. According to Dr. Cassel. "Torah Temple will shortly be serving more than 5.000 families living in the Bayfront apartment area alone." In order to accommodate more people during Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur, the spiritual leader noted that Torah Temple will again conduct its High Holy Day services in Hibiscus Auditorium this year. The auditorium is at 10th St. and Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Cantor Joseph Malek, who has been with the Temple since 1964, will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Rabbi Cassel officiating and delivering the sermons. Dr. Casell holds the Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts and Doctor's degrees, all in the field of psychology. He is a member of the American, Florida and Southeastern Psychological Associations. In founding Torah Temple, he j set as its purpose "the harmonI ious blending of traditional Juda' ism with modern psychology." Rabbi Sidney Weinschneider Will Lead Jacob Cohen High Holy Day Services RABBI SIDNEY WEINSCHNEIDER Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue has engaged the services of ltabbi Sidney Weinschneider, of Chicago, formerly of the Tifereth Israel Temple, of Dallas, Tex., to lead the High Holy Day services. Rabbi Weinschneider is a graduate of the Hebrew Theological College of Chicago. He will lead a complete English service. "It is the policy of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue to conduct the services in the Orthodox tradition, suitable to the American raised in an hnglishspeaking society," according to the young spiritual leader. Some 500 persons gathered Sunday to attend the first religious services at the synagogue and to hear its founder, Jacob C. Cohen, offer the "Sheh^chy„IVJ" blessing and kindle the Eternal Light. Rabbi Tibor Stern, master of ceremonies, officially installed Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider as spiritual leader; Jacob C. Cohen, president; Simon Hanan, cofounder; Sam Cohen, first vice president: and David Krevat. second vice president. Officers of the congregation tins week invited unalliliated persons and families to join. Daily services are held at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m Rabbi Stern will deliver the sermon at the first Sabbath service in the synagogue this weekend. His topic will be "The Challenge of a Beginning." Temple Israel Religious School To Open Doors gralion Law rm Urged NGTON — (JTA) — The Council of Voluntary for Foreign Services, ing more than 26 organof all faiths and nation htrongly supported liberal of U.S. immigration law end. J$ar nt. Mrv Rose Axelrod, the Bar Chakoll Paul Axelrod itzvah's grandmother, will be esent for the occasion. • • # Stephen Chakoff Stephen 11. ChaRoff will observe his Bar Mitzyah on Saturday morning, Aug. 227 at Temple Or Olom. An eighth grade student at Glade* Junior High, where he won a certificate in music, the pianist )lsopta\ first base in the Khourey LeafW. He plans to be an ortholonCK "jcelebrant will be honored it Hrception and dinner at the Hotel hosted by his parIr. and Mrs. Stephen H. 5830 SW 93rd PI. His •rents, Mr. and Mrs. Morkus will behere for the occhael and Neil Lefkove ael and Neil Lefkove, son and Mrs. Abraham LefB2. r > San Juan Dr., will be kditzvah during Saturday |g services, Aug. 22. at Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert aril will officiate. nth grade student at I'once fcn Junior High, Neil's hob|e coin and stamp-collecting. and sports, lael, an eighth grade student at Georgia Military Academy, is an active participant in all athletics. He swims, plays soccer, baseball, basketball, football and won a letter at Ponce in 1963. His hobby is stamp-collecting. The celebrants will be honored at the Kiddush following the ceremony and at a buffet reception in the Temple on Saturday evening. • Sherri Goldstein Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Sherri. daughter of Judge and Mrs. Norman Goldstein, during services Friday evening, Aug. 21, at Temple Adath Yeshurun. An honor roll student in the eighth grade at John F. Kennedy Junior High, Sherri's best subjects arc science and basic education. She served as counselor-in-training at the Temples Camp Simcha this summer. A charter member of Adath Yeshurun, Judge Goldstein is a vice president of the Temple, and Mrs. Goldstein Serves as Sisterhood parliamentarian. A reception in the Bas Mitzvah's honor will follow services. Jack Denor Saturday morning services. Aug. 22. at Temple-Sinai of North Dade will include the Bar Mitzvah of Jack Boaz, son of Mr. and Mrs Amnon Denur. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy will officiate. A student in the Temple's Religious School for the past year, Jack is going into the eighth grade at Horace Mann Junior High. He is particularly interested in science and mathematics at school, and his hobbies are chess and photography. Spencer Kermisch Bar Mitzvah of Spencer Kermisch will be observed on Saturday morning. Aug. 22, at the Israelite Center during services conducted by Rabbi S. T. Swirsky. In the eighth grade at Ponce Junior High, the celebrant is a student at the Center's ReligionSchool. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kermisch will honor their -on at the Kid dush following the ceremony. Religious School of Temple Israel of Greater Miami will open I its doors for the 43rd year begin\ ning the weekend of Sept. 12 and 13. Some 900 children, in classes from kindergarten through senior high school, will be engaged in the study of Judaism from the Reform Jewish point of view. Hebrew classes are also part of the curriculum for boys desiring Bar Mitzvah and, for the first! time, a three-year program for girls leading to Hebrew School' graduation has been instituted. Temple Israel's Institute for Adult Studies will observe its tenth anniversary two weeks later when Saturday and Sunday morning classes begin. Some 100 adults are "graduated" each year from the courses taught by Temple Israel's two rabbis and two University of Miami professors. Dr. Joseph Narot will devote his Sunday morning course to "The Graff will give a course on "The Faith, History, and Literature of Mainstream of Judaism" on SatIhe Bible." Alfred Boas will disurday mornings, and Dr. Sidney cuss "Judaism and the Realities Besvinick will teach "The Apoof Today." crypha—Hidden Writings," in Assistant Rabbi Morris W. Jewish religious thought. U.S. Postmaster At Confabs Here John A. Gronouski. Postmaster General of the U.S., addressed the National Association of Postal Supervisors in convention at the Americanna Hotel last weekend. Gronouski told the postal authorities that "sound judgment is a quality we have come to expect from our postal supervisors. It seems to me you exercised judgment in its highest form when you chose Miami Beach for your convention." In a more serious vein, he noted that "So far as the Post Office Department is concerned, the keynote in our labor-management relationship is flexibility. Last month, I authorized our postmasters to exercise -flexibility in carrying out my directive to achieve the economies sought by President Johnson." Before the annual convention of the National Association of Letter Carriers on Monday at the Fontainebleau Hotel, the Postmaster General declared: "This is the fourth national postal convention in the last six days to which I have brought the personal greetings of President Lyndon B. Johnson. It is always a pleasant chore." 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M.



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"•Jewisfti Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY \uzne 37 — Number 34 Miami, Florida, Friday, August 21. 1964 Two Sections — Price 20* onn Denies ormann Is Paraguay %  aN*, (JTA) — A spokesH for the West German Foreign Bstry -aid here this week that %  pvitl'-ice has so far emerged to lonJ'u'm suspicions that Martin Bonn Hitler's chief deputy, is now in Paraguay He addRjovM-.-cr. that the German Em Hy %  Paraguay has been in Bct< to keep a close watch on the i Jght foreign Ministry sta'rHnt %  -. lowed the publication of Ml a-* ele >n Bild, a German mag. charging that a grave In p.-.guay with a tombstone M>ar Bormann's name, did S eo-'ain the remains of Bor_nn out of another person. IT -itnesses have told the knIHurt prosecutor, Fritz Baut l • Bormann lives in Para|y, uffers from cancer and |^Bun-ttreatment by Dr. Josef afcngt '-, the notorious "selection -. -. ctor" of the Auschwitz COnce-ation camp. .JJV IT has long been urgiljgtl. %  '. e-t (iermatl authorities .. clear up the mystery of Nazi war criminals perreported in South Amcrtries. He said he had reaaon believe that various in terest< ersons were circulating rumor.:ned at ending the hunt for I: aim. including reports that I nn died . there have been various <>n Bormann's fnte On .1 r> :. 1!.">I. a court in Bercl .. den. Iliiiei retreat in Bavai --ued .i death certificate on the -.of a statement by the former %  tier youth leader. Arthur Axma %  -AIIU claimed he saw Bonn dead hodv on May 2. IMS, %  in a Berlin street. American and Israeli Chiefs Clash Over Judaism in U.S. RABBI SH10MO GOKfN work of God Dr. King For Gvi JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Sharp exchanges over the viewpoints ot the three branches of American | Judaism were voiced by Israeli 1 and American leaders of the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform movements this week in the "dialogue" conducted here by the American Jewish Congress. Israel's Chief Chaplain, Rabbi Shlumo Goren, told the meeting Lauds Jews Rights Lead ATLANTA — (JTA) — The Rev Martin Luther King Jr., president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and one of the most prominent Negro lenders in the civil rights field, expressed his "dismay and disappointment" over the recent wrecking and looting by NegTOes Of Jewish stores in New York and Rochester. In a statement to 'I he Southern Israelite here, he pledged "solemnly'' to do hiutmost 'to uphold the fair name ot the Jews Commenting on the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reports published iii the English-Jewish newspaper about the havoc wrought during N< ;ro rioting in neighborhoods h iv the shopkeepers were large Is Jewish, the Rev. Kins stated: "While the outbursts in New York City aid Rochester cannot be considered expressions of anti-Semitism, I am particularly pained to learn that a large percentage of the looted stores were owned by our Jewish Continued on Page 6-A DR. MARTIN KING dismay oml disappointment that Israel would oppose the importation of Jewish religious movements, declaring that various Jewish religious groups in the United States were a divisive rather than a uniting force in Jewish life. "The Bible cannot come from New York nor the word of Cod from Cincinnati." he asserted. Rabbi Goren's address was met by a barrage of criticism by other panelists. Professor Gershcn Cohen of Columbia University, speaking in Hebrew, said that most American Jews cannot and will not become Orthodox and not merely because they are looking for "comfortable" religion. He said that there was concern about assimilation in the United States, Rabbi Goren had exaggerated its dimensions. Mrs. Golda Me;r. Israel's Foreign Minister, chided American Jewish leaders for propagating among the Jewish youth the idea that American Jews will not emigrate to Israel. "By preaching that American Jews will not Continued on Page 10-A PRESIDENTIAL PROMISE Argentina Vows to Hit JEWISH LEADER IN AGREEMENT Kansas City Terrorism Seen Not Linked to Anti-Semitism Urge Demo %  oward Big SHIXGTON (JTA) — The ral political organization. team for Democratic Action. 11 called on the Democrat rty Convention—which opens in Atlantic City—to platform plank pledging "the recognition by the •t that Israel has a right press conference held in pingt n, Joseph L. Lauh Jr., nai.onal vice chairman, pre d the organization's proposlat: mi for the Democratic ma) Convention. The ADA for the Middle East stated: \'\n the Middle East, we will for guarantees to insure •pendence and economic depmnt for all nations, W. press for an equitable solute the Arab refugee orob• Icng with a peaceful setent of all other Arab-Israeli W. will insist upon an to boycotts and blockades tintt Israel, and unrestricted Convention Israel Plank use of the Suez Canal by all nations. Above all, we shall seek the recognition by the Arab states that Israel has a right to exist." The ADA also urged the convention to take a strong stand on Continued on Page 3-A KANSAS CITY — (JTA) — James Newman, chief of detectives Of the Kansas City Police Department, this week denied a Washington report that a pattern of anti-Jewish terrorism has emerged in Kansas City during the past months, when five bombings or attempted bombings occurred, at the homes or businesses of Jewish persons. "We have no basic facts which connect these various bombings and attempted bombings one with another." he said. "There is no apparent pattern and any attempt to link them together is not based on the facts as we know them. There is no proven anti-Semitic aspect, and some of the victims of recent similar bombings have been non-Jews." The Kansas City office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, while keeping close contact with the Police Department, also indicated that they had no evidence to substantiate a charge of anti-Semitic terorism. They are continuing to follow the bombing cases for any possible violation of Federal laws. Abe Kaplan, chairman of the Kansas City Jewish Community Relations Bureau, said: "Despite the various coincidences, the Police Department has found no circumstantial fact which would tie the several bombings together. There are many differences in the bombing techniques and differences in the circumstances surrounding the bombings raise questions not having to do with the Jewish factor, which the police are trying to resolve. "The distorted reports of terContinued on Page 2-A Racial Bigotry MINISTER IN DINIAL PAGE 5 A BUENOS AIRES — (JTA) — Dr. Arturo Illia. President of Argentina, this week promised to "severely punish" cases of racial discrimination in this country. This assurance was voiced by the President when lie met with the members of the American Jewish Committee delegation currently on a human relations mission to South America. Morris B. Abram. president of the AJC and leader ot the delegation, told the Jewish Ti legraphic Agency that President Illia had also stressed his conviction of the necessity of preserv ing human rights and opposing all forms of discrimination Earlier the delegation called on '.he Argent.ne Foreign Minister, Dr. Miguel Angel Zavala Ortiz, and told him that the AJC absolutely no objection to Aral cultural activities," adding that the Arab and Jewish communities in Argentina have been "mutually friends for a fong time." Dr. Zavala Ortiz, who three weeks ago, in an exclusive interview with the JTA, minimized the extent of anti-Semitism in Argentina, said that he *elt United States press reports had been unfair to him and had "overemphasized" certain facts. Mr. Abram. in his reply to the foreign Minister, explained that, while in the United States. Dr. Zavala Ortiz had equated the Arab League's agitation against the Jews here as "a mere political quarrel," and this gave rise to a misunderstanding, because. Mr Abram asserted, "you cannot com pare Argentine Jews with full citi zenship and the right to protection by the government to a group of foreign agents carrying out a Continued on Page 9-A ACTION MAY BE SET ASIDE AGAIN Concern Felt Over Vatican Decree MILWAUKEE —(JTA'— "Cons'derabie concern and anxiety" of the fate of the Jewish decree scheduled to come before the forthcoming session ol the Ecumenical Council—which opens on Sept. 14 at the Vatican-is felt in the United States, a conference of Cath olic nuns held at Marquette University here this week was told by Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum. na tional director of the Interreligious Affairs Department of the Ameri can Jewish Committee. Addressing the conference. Rabbi Tanenbaum said that such concern is especially expressed at Christian-Jewish meetings in this country dealing with CatholicJewish relations. "While it is reassuring to know that the Jewish declaration is definitely scheduled on the agenda of the third session," he said, "reports that the content and language of the decree have been significantly watered down here have left a terribly negative reaction, as much in Continued on Page 8-A RABBI MARC TANENBAUM watered down



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y, August 21. 1964 fvJfeniff) ftoridHain Page 7-P. Sen. Smathers Promises His Full Support Of Ribicoff Resolution on Soviet Jewry U.S. Sen. George Smathers this of this resolution and, as a memwick assured Dr. Irving Lehman] ber of the Foreign Relations th;it "1 am very Strongly in favor ', Committee, was one of those who of the Ribicoff resolution which listened to Sen. Ribicoff testicondemns anti-Semitism practices fy befor* the committee this in the Soviet Union." past Monday." engele Not Paraguay: tin Leader Dr. Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, earlier spoke with Florida's junior senator over fie telephone to express his concern that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee was attempting to water down the resolution presented by Sen. Abraham Kibicoff (Dem.-Conn.) in order to include condemnation of Soviet repression of other religious minorities, as well. In his letter to Dr. Lehrman, Sen. Smathers declared: "As a matter of fact, I am co-sponsor The Senator wrote Dr. Lehrman saying that "I am very hopeful I hat we can bring the resolution out of the committee, if not by a unanimous vote, at least by a substantial vote, and then 1 am certain thereafter, we can pass it without difficulty on the floor of the Senate.*' Added Sen. Smathers: "Be assured that I will not support amendments of the kind that have thus far been suggested." Pressure by a pro-Arab group had received sympathetic attention by Sen. Bourke B. Hickcr looper (la.-Rep.), acting chairman of the committee. fen. Hi'.'. >nlooper said th.i Christians ar.d Moslems were also "badly treated" in the USSR. The resolution, he felt should be broadened to include other victimized groups, as wel as the Jews. Wrote Sen. Smathers: I thin the problem is specific; it H pn bable, and I think it require a specific statemenl with respect to it* solution Hence, I sha continue my sponsor>hip and su port of the Ribicoff resolution.' SIN. GiORGt SMATHERS Tora'.i Crown Dedication A sterling silver Torah crow donated by Mrs. Mary Krupiuc.; and family will be dedicated b. Rabbi Solomon Schiff on Satur day morning during services ; I Congregation Beth El. A race tion will follow the ceremony. fcNN — i.ITA) — Dr. Josol ^fcfele, the infamous Auschwitz "teie<'i doctor" wanted for trial on v if < Minecharges by the (Jerri:.''' <;..\ eminent. inot in kguay, but might be somela in Europe or in Brazil, the uuayan Minister ol the InDr has tnld newspapermen, Being to a press dispatch re ed her. 1 this week. (ere have been persistent %  la that Dr Mengeie is liv[in Paraguay. A West German last for Ins extradition from countrv has thus far been ig _id. Heai.while, the illustrated newsga/me, Der Stern, reported former SS Gen. Henrich Muel Hitler's chief of the Gestapo. is •li'-e. and recently traveled to Sooth America whence he hopes to go into asylum in South America. A grave opened last year in Weal Berlin was reported to have contained Mueller's remains. Der Stern insisted, however, he had been seen in Russia and in Rumania, working for the security police of both countries. The periodical aid Mueller had recently gone to South Africa from Tur key. THIS IS NEWS! (HY PAY 4% OR 5%? OUR NEW CAR .OANS ARE ONLY DEAL DIRECT FOR THE MONEY YOU MUD! Ntw or Uitd Cars! JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEAON A'-nur Godfrey RoaO t Pinttree Drive | BANKING HAS CHANGED *Since Jefferson Arriveef" FOR SALE ACTIVE, SMALL SUPERMARKET $2,000 or more weekly. SW & Gables Location 4nvenient Neighborhood Store Excellent Buy. Terms. \ TOBt'S FOOD MARKET i 2645 SW. 37th Avenue /WV^^^^^A^*^^*^^^^^ REGISTER TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE YOURSELF At The Dade County Public School Most Convenient To You! NOW! 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Page 12-A +Jewish fhr/fcfiar? Friday, August 21 "*—rIsrael Rabbinate Must Reply to High Court JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Israel's Supreme Court ruled here this week that the Chief Rabbinate is not exempt from replying to an order from the high tribunal and, in that respect, is not different irom any other body in the state. The case involved the Chief Rabbinate's refusal to supervise kosher slaughter at a new, cooperative abattoir established in the Negev by about 200 settlements that raise cattle. According to' the rabbinate, the abattoir had! refused to comply with certain' conditions The cooperative, insisting that some of the conditons were "unreasonable," employed as supervisor a rabbi who is not recognized by the rabbinate. The products of the new abattoir are being marketed in Tel Aviv and in the southern sections of Israel. As a result, the rabbinate withdrew kashruth certificates from markets selling that meat. The rabbinate was not repretented at the bearing conducted I by the justices of the Supreme Court, but had submitted a memci.indum. contending that its ruling cannot be reviewed by any lay body. Active Registration in Jewish Schools Throughout Bade and Broward Counties Active registration is now cont lining in the Jewish schools ol Greater Miami and Hollywood, n from Aug. 23 through September 13. Piral sessions in the Hebrew departments arc schedul1 cash this year, on Monday, wilh first sessions in the Sunday School departments scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 6. accord ing to an announcement of Jos Cohen, president ol the Bull of Jewish Education. Over 11.000 Jewish children are \pecied to register in the 38 Jewish schools of Dade and BrowCounties for the >chool term 196445. Jewish schools are now fuund in all neighborhoods of &f rrcater Miami. Hollywood and I 'it Lauderdale. The school directory of the Bureau Ol Jewish Education includes Hie following schools: Miami—Beth David. 2625 SW Ave.; Beth El. 500 SW 17th Ave.; Temple Or Olom. 8755 SW 16th St ; Flagler Grenada. 50 NW 5!st PI.; Israelite Center. 3175 SW 23th Ter.; Beth Kodesh. 1101 SW 12th Ave.; Southwest Jewish Center. 6t3 SW 8th St.; Workmen's Circle, 1545 SW 3rd St.; Temple Israel, 137 NE 19th St Coral Gables—Temple Zamora, 14 Zamora Ave; Temple Judea. 320 Palermo Ave So. Miami—Temple Beth Am. 5950 No. Kendall Dr.; Temple Zion. 80(10 Miller Kd.; Temple Beth Shirah, 7500 SW 120th St. Miami Beach—Beth Israel, 77110th St.; Beth Jacob. 311 Washington Ave.; Farband School. 842 Washington Ave ; Kncseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.; Me>it\.i High School. 1965 Alton Rd.; Temple Bttli Slioloni. 4144 Chase Ave.. Temple Emanu-El, 1701 Washing ton Ave.. and 77th St. and Dickens Ave.; Temple Menorah. 620 75th S: Temple Ner Tamid. 7902 Car lyle Ave; Hebrew Academy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. No. Miami Beach—Beth Torah, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd.; Young Israel. 990 NE 171st St.; Adath Yeshurun, 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr. North Miami—Beth Moshe. 13630 Compliments of Miami's Most Beautiful Exclusively Jewish Cemetery ^SVlt. <^JXebo ^—*-cmetcr\i 5505 NW. 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693 As long as supply is available. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida Please s-n More T,. B SEE WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct from the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO Mimmi's Only Jewish Menumenf Builders 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phonei Ml 4-M2J Tl -^-V^^-'-^-~\^~\^-VLAKESIDE Al \m %  an IK' O i(. Y\ 1M id br S" inti' \l PARK I AND GARDEN MAISOLEIM 1 L ;o "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY' N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE TU 5-1689 i A J Ma* } 1S WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 Wo Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS r 1789 8ISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783



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August 21. 1964 fJenisii f/criafibun Page 13-A h unions s eyvices Jhis (A/eehend "A nil i '-• %  ] -.< • i any 1 I iU|] I | 1 Of. % H. 164th St. and NE 11th |rv itive. Rabbi Max Lipntor Ben-Zion Kirschenin. S. riiii.n : *"i lod I *i ni of Fn edom." Sal in lar Mllr.v.ili: (Isry, Hi Mrs. M.hin Raymond; M and Mra. Louis Solon if Mr. ami Mrs s. ( Smap. ^ BAPHAI L. 1401 NW 183rd St. servative. Rabbi Harold Richter. rtter Jack Lernjir. day tffeE PV Serrnon: "Whnl I'.. pet 2#| Oo." s.*t HI-. i.ii 6:30 tar Mlt\ !'. .1 ii i Mi Ira. Hy 41i. %  • \K t ^ -— • LER GRANADA 50 NW 51st Zlt u m native. Rabbi David Rosld. Cantor George Goldberg. — e A.UDERDALI i %  • NU-EL. 1801 _Bfifcve. Reform. Rabbi 'ard M. Lev • .. iftW ACADEMY. ?400 Pinrtre. Box. R.u.bi Alexander S Cantor Abraham Seif. -— a MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld• MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. a OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber. man. a SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Frldaj t 3 l and S:13 p m, Sermon '•' "I ons nn I \i .< ers Pertinent to thi llmli Holj HM%  SaturdB' '• .1 • iEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nanmias. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neo. Frldaj 8 .mil ]:. p m Sermon: "ObJectlvi JiiHtlce, Is Ii Possllile?" Mas Mltsvah Sherri, daughter of Judge and Mis. Norman fSoldateln Saturday s:4."i a in. ABRAHAM. 387 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman. %  e r— TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Frldaj 8:18 p.m. Rabbi Lowy win r. view "Armageddon" by Leon l'iis. Saturday n a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Jack Boat, -mi of Mi. and Mrs. Ainnon I iciiur. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative. Friday 8:15 p.m. Uuesl speaker, Benjamin Meyel'S. Saturday !• a.m. "Weeklj Portion of the Law." TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. • T-€-MPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. PYIdaj 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Men and Missiles." Saturday !• a.m. Harmon: "Portion of the Week." Mr. and Mrs Harry Lerner will host both the On* I Shabbat and the Klddush in honor of their son David's forthcoming marriage to Marion Deborah Querldo. YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin StauberPrlday f:30 p.m. Saturday 8: JO a.m. Sermon: "Portion of ih.Week." NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. FROM 15,000 BEFORE CASTRO Cuba Jewish Community Down to Mere 2,800 TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Frldaj Herbert Baamgard. Cantor Charles Sermo Kodner. I *:30 i. m. s, i in..n. '•Pre-Hnlldaj Thoughts." Saturday 11:13 a.m We Must Raise Our Eyss Above Standard of Polls NEW YORK — (JTA) — Cuba's Sephardi. Services are held three decimated Jewish community now times daily at Shabat Achim. numbers slightly under 2.800 souls I -as compared with about 15.000 Ther e a Jewish scn o1 callcd TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st. Jews living there before the Cas< hc Einstein School, which has an Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. j ro revolution—a report received enrollment of 60 pupils. Classes -._ here this week from Havana said, are conducted afternoons by three The exact number of Jews acJewish teachers paid by the Goveording to the latest government ernment. The school has a good census, was given as 1.152 famicurriculum of Jewish studies, suplies, comprising 2.785 persons. ervised by a committee of three well-known Jewish leaders. The small community is maintaining its religious and cultural Three philanthropic organizaidentity. Five synagogues are tions are maintained, two by the serving the community. Of these, Ashtoenazie community, one by the principal house of worship is the Sephardim. The organizations the Orthodox Adath Israel, locatare the Anti Tuberculosis Society. ed in the heart of the old city of the Women's Society and the Bikur Havana. There is a Chevrah Cholim. Kadisha (burial society), and a cantor who performs marriage rites. There are two kosher meat markets, a kosher restaurant and a Jewish bakery. According to Aaron Gietzholtz, president of Adath Israel, the congregation gets along well financially. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday !' a.m. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. Friday vl'i p.m. Services conducted by new spiritual leader Rabbi Morris A Kipper, MrSldnej Ijinaei ^ 111 bless Sabbath candles and host Ctneg ttiabbat In hon ir -.r son Jack's marriage in Lilly Monk ..ii Aug. 16, — • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mav-r Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. — a TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Wate'way. Modern Traditional. Rabni Eimene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Uetwi 8:15 p.m. I'ri-hnlid.iy service • %  "' %  •• he Middle Koad n Extremes." TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 2— YWOOI S3fc YWOOD TFVPLE M YWOOD TFVPLE S.NAI. 1201 _Consrrv.itive. Rabbi Cantor Yehudab L-. STEAD JIW.SH CENTER 8th Ham arts ad. Conservative. CanpjMyrAiooi LITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th Zonservatlva. R.ihhi Shmaryahu wirsky. Cant r Louis Cohen 6:30 p.m. is VKarjotJ*\ I C. COHE Aooqug, COMMUNITY Washington Ave. II (^ni Hbrpw Book Store I8RAEC.I *>OMESTIC GIFTS Mebrew JUUaious Supplies for laeogulyeMHools ecm to set the standards of behavior. Standards or codes of behavior, however, are not and should not be what the average person ii I-or fails io do. The Torah or Bible should ^et the standard \ standard is something to raise your present way of life—a banner to bear proudly, lifting you to a higher, better plane, it if a never-ending battle for the individual and society, collectively, to push toward better, brighter standards. For there Is always a tendency to resist the change, in favor of man's proclivity tor the easier status quo. Specifically, there are persons who reject the minimum threeyear Bar Mitzvah training program. Vet this is a lower standard than in many other areas of the country. New York has recently enforced a five-year mandatory program It is your duty to advise your friends to send their children for the pro-, per and necessary training. Otherwise, some may claim to be uninformed. No boy will ever be refused the sacred right of the holy rite of Bar Mitzvah. But he will be called to the Torah on a Sabbath Another synagogue is maintained at the "Patronate," a $1,000,000 community center, where strenuous efforts are made constantly to maintain the institution which is far too large for the small community. There is the so-called American Temple, a Reform congregation established 60 years ago by Jews from the United States. There are no North Americans belonging to this temple now. Zionist activities are carried on by the Zionist Federat'on which also conducts special Jewish holiday programs, cultural events, and observance of special significance to the Jews here, like the annual Memorial Day in honor of the Jewish martyrs of the Nazi holocaust. Materially, the reporter noted, the Jews of Cuba do not face any particular hardships at this time. Some arc employed by the Government in various enterprises; others are retired, elderly people. The report made it clear that there is no anti-Semitism in Cuba. Cuban Jewry, it was emphasized in the report. Is very eager to maintain contacts with Jewries abroad. Particular note was taken of the The American Temple employs fac| h;lt fte J( „ A< jn Cuba ap is own cantor and also maintains .. .... ... a cemetery. The Sephardic comPlated shipments of Matzotb, •iiunity maintains two synagogues, sent there last spring by the Can-habat Achim and Centro Hebreo adian Jewi-h Congress. RAodl SAMlUU AFItll higher standards afternoon, Monday or Thursday morning, the only oilier times during the week when the Torah is read. This in no wa> should be construed as a reflection on the boy or hi> ability. Nor do we seek io punish the young man for his parents' oversight ii Is rather to strengthen and reinforce the learning ol the many, who do study three and even six years, completing postBar Mitzvah class in Hebrew School and continuing in Sunday School through confirmation. 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lay, August 21, 1964 *Jcnist> ncrid/iann Page 7-B \ lizenshtats Will Live in Miami After Rites Here )r her wedding to Melvin gome Aizenshtat on Saturday lin %  ;. Aug. 15, the former Mar i Faye Hamcrsmith chose a pdal gown of peau de soie. Ulorned with a spray of roses styled with a cathedral train. ensemble was completed with Icascade of while orchids over Jible. tabbi Morris A. Skop performthe double ring, candlelight %  croony at the Deauville Hotel. lere a reception and formal dinfollowed. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hameranltb, 40 S. Prospect Dr., bride's attendants included i. Stanley Hamersmith, matron honor; I.yn Frohman. Andria per, Betty Lou Schcuerman. |s. Ben Joannou. the groom's ler. bridesmaids; and Minda %  nersmith, flower girl. Benny pnnou was ring bearer. lest man to the bridegroom William Leiber. with Steven Ikin. Larry Katz. Stanley llampinth, the bride's brother, and Joannou serving as ushers, parents are Mr. and Mrs. irv Aizenshtat. 810 Jeronimo York. Aizenshtat and his bride will return to their studies at the University of Miami in the fall. Both graduates of Coral Gables High, she is a member >>t Deltas Phi F.psilon Sorority and was sweetheart of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, to which Aizenshtat belongs. New address for the couple will he 5791 SW 74th Ter. Zimmermans On 4-Month Tour Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Rogovin The Zimmermans have started announce the marriage of their on their four month honeymoon bert M. Zimmerman on Aug. 7 How honeymooning in New MRS. MUVIH AIZENSHTAT in Hot Springs, Ark. The bride attended Taylor Count> High School in Perry, Fla.. the University of Miami anil City Col cue of New York. She has been i teacher in Dade County schools. U well as having been moderator on an educational radio program. i She formerly lived with her paroils and sister at 133 Sorolla Ave.. Coral Gables. Mr. Zimmerman graduated from he University of Miami and is planning to attend graduate school for his Master's degree in psychology Among his real estate holdings in Miami Beach, he operates the DuBarry Hotel. He was occupational counselor in the Lnited States Air Force. ... ^Awbout people and flaces... m A STORYBOOK WEDDING The wedding of Marilyn Gidney and Howai'i Freiden is now a memory—but what a wondel ful one. How styles have changed, even in wedding services Instead of love, honor and pbey, Marilyn and Howard promised to love, bonier and try to understand.' Long pale yellow for Ihe bridesmaids and top hats and tails formed a stunning background for the bride who lookjed like everyone's conception of a bride with a long white train and a fluff of a veil. Georgie jLuck, the ringbearer, looked adorable in tails Kith his deep dimples and a few teeth missing. Alter the cocktail reception, the guests went to ^the Miradoral Room—the wedding was at the iDoral Hotel and Country Club. The room was %  blaze with yellow and white flowers and light ed tapers. Ceramic white bells with love birds used as place cards highlighted the yellow lace cloths on the tables for ten, as well as the raised dais table for the bridal party. Grandpa Ben Gidney cut the huge "challah" and gave the "Ha'motzie." Even though it was summer, long ball gowns were predominant. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Kimmel, Mr. and Mrs. David Fischer. Mr. and Mrs John Serbin. Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Adler. Mrs Frances Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Muroff, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Colyune, Mr. and Mis. Morton Wasserman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lakritz and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schultz man • A BANK IS A BANK Clare Hayden, whose title is assistant vice president at Washington Federal Savings and Mjoan Association, went to New York to visit %  laughter Susan, who has been teaching in the Blew York public school system, after graduating from Barnard College last year. Clare has K secret—she found out that Susan is a much ^better housekeeper than she ever was. Susan's Bpartnieiit is in perfect order at all times. They •JWen! shopping, did the Fair and went to shows. Now clan' is in.me to recuperate from her \ acation. i • • EVERYBODY WON Tuesdaj night is card night at Westview Country Club The buffet dinner is always good, Martha and Carl Susskind entertained them selves I>N getting a good card game. It was one of those nights when everybody enjoyed each other's company, The Susskinds' guests were Bee and Sam Blank, Winnie and Chic Chaiken, Felice and Samuel Lipton. and Ann and Samuel .Mm on. HOW SWEET IT IS Sweet Sixteen for Helen Sobel will always be remembered as the night her father and mother. Lil and Paul Sobel, gave a dinner party at home for thirty of her teen-age girl friends to help her celebrate this important milestone. The only other grown ups were her grandmother, Mrs. Reba Fields, ami her sister. Marcia, and Mama's fiance, Mel Hccht. Cute poodle sachet place-cards showed the guests where to sit. The Sobels have had a juke box for so long that it is old hat. Now the hi-fi made the big noise. Fverylhing was in pink. Helen's favorite color, but the inside of the big pink cake was chocolate, of course. > %  % % %  AT FIRST HAND Minnie Solomon, now in Haifa. Israel, is seeing where the money she has collected all these years for Combined Jewish Appeal and Israel Bonds is being spent She finds that the general public in Israel is unaware of the part the American organizations play in the hie of their people. She is staying on Mt. Carmel, halfway up the mountain side, where she can see the Mediterranean Sea. She is steeping herself in the actual living in Israel, going by bus to see every part of the country. Only one requisite is required of Minnie. She must be back in the U S.A. to attend the graduation from high school of her first granddaughter. —FRANCES LEHMAN %  COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300. .. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in thia area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-T HE-SEA tour of the United States and Mexico. Upon their return, they will make their home on Miami Beach.' 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y, Augu3t 2J., 1964 *Jenist fk>rSdliiati Page 11-A -%  m ommittee Plans Membership Unit feting on Growth of Extremism in U.S. m ii B. Flceman. newly api chairman of Membership |opmenl ot the Greater Miami Amcricun Jewish Cornhas announced that a |ng will be held at his home U "to inform local AJCommember> of the need for ightened and informed Jewimmunity .'* rman explained that the curn mate throughout the state \hv nation reflects a need for concern and concerted ac-' [p. concern occasioned by the' U. in power of the extremist! .1 se art a people whose t*tion and energies are phenal. It is absolutely incunv upon us to seek out those in the Jewish commun^o can interpret and apply lerican and Jewish ideals • nal justice to the terribly heated needs of our conrary society. need for informing the community ties in at this ith mj now assignment as i--hip Development chair,Thc American Jewish Com has recognized this need vi i' the country and has for their chapters to double membership, thereby inkg their effectiveness in all i..of concern." (.renter Miami Chapter has bed upon a membership %  Which will culminate at a !-' of the National Execu3oard of American Jewish FOR HEBREW UNIVERSITY Yanich Back From Area Tour Committee Dec. 4 to 6 at the 1'i.iitainebleau Hotel. At that time, chapters from all over the country will report their successes. and aw arilwill be given to those who have done outstanding work. Fleeman said that "Miami as host city must certainly be at the top in increased membership." Seymour Samet. executive director of the Florida Region of American Jewish Committee, is currently continuing as consultant to the newly-organized Community Relations Service in Washington. He has assisted Gov. LeRoy Collins director of the service, as liaison consultant with organizations all over the country. Although his leave of absence from the Miami Chapter will not termien to all members of the Memnate until Sept. 1, Samet will fly bership Development Cabinet at in for a special report to be giv the Aug. 24 meeting Eshkol Office Denies He'll Meet With Nikita Abroad JERUSALEM (JTA Prime Minister Eshkol's office denied categorically this week foreign press reports that the Premier •A as considerina a trip to Russia to fleet with Soviet Premier Khrushchev. The Premier, meanwhile, told a press luncheon that he Bright meet with West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard. adding that while EMPLE OR OLOM HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES to be held at I. WESTBROOKE COUNTRY CLUB FOR RESERVATIONS and INFORMATION For Temple Or Olom members and non-members CALL CA 1-9131 Nursery and Junior Services Conducted ROSH HASHONAH SERVICES Sunday, September 6: 6 p.m. Monday, September 7: 8 o.m. and 6 p.m. Tuesday, September 8: 8 a.m. KOL NIDRE Tuesday, September 15: 6 p.m. YOM KIPPUR Wednesday, September 16: 8 a.m. Sunset I I t j t I • I I • hi had no definite plan.now tor >uch a meeting, "my meeting Chancellor Erhard is nut excluded Asked how he envisaged Israel-West German relations after termination this year of reparations payments to Israel, he said that "as a farmer, I never put the cart before the horse." He also voiced satisfaction with the stand of African leaders at the recent Egyptian-sponsored African Unity Conference at Cairo who rejected efforts by President Nasser to drag them into the Israel-Arab dispute. The Premier also described as satisfactory the status quo of relations of religious and secular elements in Israel. The pre>reports on the projected Eshkol \l-d to Moscow -aid the Premier wanted to follow up his visits to the I'nited States and France this summer with a visit to Russia. The report-aid that Yosef Tekoah, Israeli envoy to the USSR, was discussing with Soviet Foreign Ministry officials in Moscow prospects for an official invitation to Eshkol. Mr. Eshkol's office called the reports 'incorrect." Registration Schedule Set Registration for the fall term of Hebrew and Sunday Schools at Beth Kodcsh Congregation will extend from Monday. Sept. 24, to Friday. Sept. 28. |r>^A^AA^NA^A^^r^^^^A^^^^M^^^^VVSVVVVVVVVVN^/^^^^^r^MV^^^^^^^Si^^ THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED REFORM OR LIBERAL TEMPLES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA NOW. (Rosh Hashona Begins Sunday Evening, September 6) TEMPLE BETH AM S9S0 S.W. 88th Street iTh Reform Congregation of the Suburban Southwest) pedgious School—Hebrew School— Nursery School : Institute Youth Group RAB3I DR. HERBERT M. BAUMGARD CANDOR CHARLES S. KODNER Phone MO 6-2536 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM "The Liberal Congregation on the Be.ich" 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach LEON KRONISH, Rabbi DAVID CONVISER, Cantor ,NURSERY through CONFIRMATION) Religious School Registration Now in Progress CALL THE TEMPLE OFFICE JE 8-7231 for Infoi mat or regarding Tin: KETH S"i 'i.' >M K \MII.V PI. \N TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Servng all of Daclc County for 43 years DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, RABBI JACOB BORNSTEIN. CANTOR Services every Friday evening of 8:15 o'clock Temp 1 -? A-I ation and Religious School Informal.on Call FR 9-1757 TEMPLE JUDEA CF CORAL GABLES LIBERAL-REFORM 320 Palermo Avenue RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER RELIGIOUS SCHOOL MEN'S CLU" YOUTH GROUPS SISTERHOOD ADULT EDUCATION JR. COTILLION Sabbath Services: Friday 8:15 P.M.. Saturday 11 A.M. For affiliation and information: HI 4-9876 TEMPLE SINAI The only Reform Temple in North Do*> offers Us complete facilities Worship Services, Nursery School. Sunday School, Hebrew School through Confirmation DANIEL M. LOWY, RABBI CHET GALE, Cantor N.E. 133rd Street — PL 4-0681 Joseph I. Yanich. regional director of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, has just. returned from a trip through Virginia. Georgia. North Carolina. South Carolina and Northern Florida, where he met with Jewish community leaders to plan Hebreu University gatherings for the coming year. The former Josephine Berman. of Miami, now Mrs. Jacob Milgram, of Richmond. Va.. told Yanich of a year's study at Hebrew Univer>it> with her husband. Rabbi of Temple lieth-F.I ol Richmond. Mrs. Milgrom took courses in Greek and orientology. while her husband vvas enrolled in the Institute ot Jewish Studies. Representatives of the key southern communities will be present at the annual dinner of the South eastern Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University in Miami Beach on Nov. 25. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION NOW REGISTERING FOR NURSERY SCHOOL Ages 3 thru 5 years 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue Transportation Available Open olso fo Hon-members RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SOUTH M AMI BRANCH 77th Ave. & S.W. 104th St. (Near Palmetto Bypass & So. D.> %  Hwv I MAIN SCHOOL 2625 S.W. 3rd" Avenue SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 31, 1964 NEW MEMBERS WELCOME For Information. Call School Office FR 1-1882 FIRST SABBATH SERVICES AT THE COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE THE JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE INVITES THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO ATTEND THE F!RST FRIDAY NIGHT AND SABBATH MORNING RELIGIOUS SERVICES AUGUST 21 22 at 6:15 P.M. and 8:30 A.M. RABBI SIDNEY WEINSCHNEIDER, Cantor RABBI ABRAHAM WEINSCHNEIDER WILL LEAD THE PRAYERS RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, of Beth Jacob Congregation WILL BE GUEST. KIDDUSH WILL BE SERVED. HIGH HOLIDAY SEAT RESERVATIONS ARE OPEN JOIN THE MANY FINE FAMILIES WHO WILL WORSHIP IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SYNAGOGUE IN M'AMI. PRAYERS IN ENGLISH AND HEBREW. ALL SERMONS IN ENGLISH. FEW SEATS AVAILABLE. MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN WE CORDIALLY INVITE ALL UNAFFILIATED FAMILIES TO ASK FOR OUR BROCHURES TO LEARN ABOUT THE COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. BY WRITING OR CALLING Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue 1532 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JE 4-0271 >WMM*>*V*WMW^*^^>^^*^***^^*^***r>**Ar>*



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ti. 21 %  • Father of the two Imys. Or Kohcrt Sterling, now back Imm Tcxawhere he and Nancy spent two years fi the Dyess Air Force Base E While stationed then'. Dr. Eli HI; was officer in fjewish affairs and coof Military and Civiies In addition to dental duties, he was M chairman of the post % educational program E Sterling's spare tune Evinu on the executive Bhe Officers Wives' Club %  tal chairman An %  ember of the Hadassah En Abilene, Tex., she Beted "Newcomer of the %  %  the 'Dyess Dovetale" —officers wives' club magazine Now planning his own office here, the young dentist and his family will live at 11555 SW 81st ltd. • Gift of an airplane ticket from grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz to Roberta and Stephen Toback enabled the former Miamians from Pomona. Calif., to celebrate their first anniversary here with family and friends It was a week crowded with reunions for the Tobacks—started off with the wedding of cousins Mr. and Mrs. Michael Berger in Wilmington. Del., where many of the Rabinowitz and Berger clan gathered .. Next, a stop-over in New Jersey for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Konner, she the former Sandy Bloom, of Miami. Continued en Page 10-B CLANCREST JUMPER IN A SIZZLING PLAID 7.98 All Time Togs designs in Clancrest, a perfectly-blended fabric of Orion" acrylic viscose rayon and the result is lovely! Blouson 'n pleat silhouette is new, color fairly sparkles, and it's all wash 'n wear. Red or blue plaid, 7-14. See our other exciting dresses in Clancrest Sizzling Plaids! younct peoples' world, fourih floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI a! all 6 Burdme'j Jtoresi IN



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*Jenisti ncru'Jtann Page 3-2 1 'Popcorn Part-Time' to Signal Opening Of Temple Beth Sholom Nursery School Mrs, Frankenstein was raduj iil from Cornell University In m and received further trainin %  ihe Smith .College Graduate Scho et! Social Work. She also atten • ed ihe Merrill-Palmer School in Popcorn Party Timewill Bigents and teacher, to v.ev. the Detroit, which specializes in Fai nal the Am;. 31 opening date tor young child as part of the total ii y i.ji,. Education and 3 and 4 year-olds at Temple Beth family conformation rather than Childhood Development. Mi Sholom \ur>ery School. an isolated fragment enrolled m Frankenstein was elected to Ph %  ,tno l Lambda Theta. a national ary educational society. hoiu IS. DIANA SIMON mKS. RUTH WANKlNSTttN %  h Yeshurun Has Juice Party Yeshurun facilities will be extended as far as Keystone Point and Northwest : ten tfTen held its annii.il .luice l'art> and Open House at the Temple on Wednesday. areas Teachers and directors were on hand* to welcome all. and to answer iatuinc~ Cnestwere of fered the opportunit\ to view the modern, spacious, centrally-cooled and teated el,i--rooms, fullyequipped, Candy Land" outdoor playground and general facilities. The Jni"i Senior Kindergarten curriculum includes among its •widely varied program reading readiness Music, "art. dramatizations, soc ial studies, and field trips, plus an enrichment program including celebrations and creative programs in connection with the American and Jewish holidays and festWte*hroii-hout the year. RegflQJMi" 11 %  ''" Nunery $ch""l and Kindergarten. .Mrs Diana Simon has been retained as the new director of the Mrg. Frankenstein comes to the Nursery School. Mrs. Simon was Nursery School as its consultant. An experienced staff ol teac lgraduated Phi Beta Kappa from trained and experienced in nurers. including senior teache Brooklyn College with a BA de sery school education and in lamEmily Grunwald. and Anita Kopgree in Early Childhood Educaily counseling. She worked for pele will greet the youngsters Hon. She has had six years of exthe Community Service Society in their newly-painted, refurbishei penence as Nursery School head New York and for over a dozen air-conditioned school ;it 41-4 teacher and Kindergarten teachyears was a family counselor and Chase Ave. er. supervisor lor the Jewish Family These years have included. Service in New York, stints in New York City, Newton, Mass.. and local private schools. She has worked extensively with young children in summer camp She" was 7h7 menTal ITvgleneTom Fir u st of ,h ,? r iVas0n '* 1 a c,r \'!"' and recreation programs. She is su | tant ,„ r tho Bronx YM and 1 Ploneer Women. Golda Meir certified by the State of Florida YWHA an( worked wjth ^ N Club of Miami, was a lunchee-d in Early Childhood Education. Kry Schoo] Mos recently Mrs i a nd card P art y Wednesday noes Mrs. Simon announces a new Frankenstein was the family connfh 1 ** ^H / Mrs Sarah Ro8en "first" for the area. In keeping selor at Temple Beth Sholom un-1 b with the most advanced theories der a program sponsored jointly Hostesses for the aftcrno' I ol good Nursery School practice, by the Temple and the Jewish were Mrs. Rosen, Mrs. Lena Fis< Mrs. Ruth Frankenstein has been Family and Children's Service of. and Mrs. Mary Kleinman Pr retained to serve as Family Life Miami. The program will be receeds were channeled to Chili Consultant. She will assist parsumed in the fall. Rescue Fund. Mrs. Frankenstein supervised field instructors for Columbia University School of Social Work. Golda Meir Luncheon Party Asthma Units Get Hospital Awards MrSl ^Berber! Meuel e| I'csh kin Chapter, North Miami Beach. who recently returned from Denver, reports that South Florida was tbr recipient of three national awards at the convention of the .Children's Asthjma Research Institute Hospital. Honors went to [the follow|ing chapters: North Dade [Chapter, represented by Mrs. Paul Ilershman, MtS.SMCCl for the largest increase in membership; Lorber Chapter, represented by Mrs. Gerald Ktogerman, for the best bulletin of the year; Breath of Life Chapter. represented by Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, for the la rge s t increase in contributions to the Home for the year—$10.550. Eleven children of the South Florida area are grateful lor the efforts of these wonderful chapters. Kahn OH to Confab Burton S Kahn. president of Sunshine Pontiac. will attend the Democratii Nati mal Convention in Atiantie cty na personal guest f President Johnson. Mr. Kahn is a member ol the Presidents Oub ol Florida. WANTED TO RENT DOOM WITH BOARD for College Girl. 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ly, August 21. 1964 *•Jewish FleridHan Page 5-A rgentine Minister Denies 'Significant' Bigotry fcSHlNGTON (JTA) — Ar-, Foreign Minister Miguel] £l Zavala Ortiz, in an exclu-i interview with the Jewish] raphic Agency last weekend, that there was any signifi-! organized anti-Semitic cam; in existence in Argentina, at* that anti-Semitic exprcsm Argentina were either rah propaganda or "lawful fees of tree speech," he said in his opinion, the whole lion of Argentine anti-SemitJias been •magnified out ol Ortio.n to the actual facts. Foreign Minister, attending meetings in Washington of the f Organization of American States, told the JTA: "I will assure all i Jews, as well as people of other races, that the Argentine Government will not tolerate any racial discrimination." There exist-, ed in Argentina some Arab propa-1 ganda expressions against the! Jews, he said, but there were also Jewish propaganda efforts against; the Arabs. Mr. Zavala Ortiz revealed Arab diplomats have complained to the Argentine Foreign Ministry because the country's treat Moscow Synagogue Gets \atty Man as Managing Chief IN PON — (JTA) — A Moscow named Mikhailovich, whose flame was not given, has been rated chairman of the manfenl committee of the Central goj'ue in Moscow, the Soviet reported tins week. Soviet %  rt-. here sa) they know the name as that of a man -working t -i ly with the authorities and_dom-; their bidding Kc^i weeks ago, N'ahum Paler, chairman of tinsynagogue's mana'-'Tiient committee, was removes Irani Iiy -t. and a care taker % %  :nm;tt.-"i three men was namei! I.> omdin' the synagogue's affair.\.>u. 11* Moscow report tated, Mikhailovich will sue1 1 Mr. Paler. New York, meanwhile, there a report that a fire in Moscow's Central Synagogue. two eeks auo. de-tioved several of the IIel> Scroll.in the house of worship and ean-e.l much other dama The I lie had reportedbe. <-. -tailed by a Molotov cocktail tossed into the synagogue. The Soviet press has to dale failed to report either the fire i r any arrests resulting from the Moscow police investigation of the action i Cedars to Hold Seminar Here Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will present a postgraduate Seminar in Obstetrics and Gynecology on \ Friday and Saturday under the di-, red ion of Dr. Wayne S. Rogers, | chairman of Cedars' Department Ol Obstretrics and Gynecology. Hospital President Harry L. Lewis has announced that scheduled for discussion will be "Comparative Value of Surgery and \ Ray Therapy in Pelvic Malignancy," "Induction of OvuUUon with Clomiphinc Citrate." and /•Information Gained from Prenatal Mortality Study." Vic* President had voiced sup, port of Israel. The Arab envoys %  lae "denounced" the new Argentine Ambassador to Mexico, S. Santander, for being "proIsrael," he said. The official policy of Argentina, ; he added, was "to respect everybody, Arab and Jew # alike. But, 1 without doubt, the ones who do not respect each other are the Arabs and the Jews." Questioned about the activities of Arab League agent Hussein Triki, he said that Triki had no diplomatic status and had tried without success to obtain such recognition from Argentina. "He is in Argentina on a temporary visa and is believed to be married to an Argentine citizen." the Foreign Minister said. Emphasizing that "there is no campaign against the Jews," Mr. Zavala Ortiz stated that any manifestations—which he maintained were exaggerated in reports—were attributable to the previous Administration. Before the present Government came to power, he said, there were some attacks auainst Jews. "But these attacks," he declared, "were ol" the same character as typical street crimes of individual initiative, rather than by organized political forces." Tacuara. a group he called insignificant, was notorious for antiSemitic expressions but has been 1 prosecuted by the Government and its unlawful activities punished, the Foreign Minister said. tative in the Government calling for an investigation of Argentine Jewry, he said that Argentina was a free democracy and all representatives had a right to express their personal opinions and submit legislative proposals they feel are needed. "There are all shades of opinions," he said, "but the opinion of the Govment is one already expressed: Complete respect and effective protection of all races and all faiths." friend," Mr. Zavala Ortiz said he had discussed the Argentine Jewish situation with him at length. Mr. Zavala Ortiz also made the following comments in an address here to the Organization of American States: "All races deserve the respect and protection not only of the Government but also of the Argentine people. There are some isolated events, only a few of real importance, but all very, very sad," he said. He held that these occurrences "are magnified with unknown intention. They have less signilicance or frequency and organization than in stances of street robberies in any community. They represent more the forms of individual delinquency than of extremism." As an example of the regard of' the government for Jewish citizens, he cited the participation of the Grand Rabbi in official events, i He recalled that last July 9, the ~~ Rabbi participated as "a special N6W MeitlDerS guest of the Government in a cathedral high mass and military parade ceremony" along with ministers of the Protestant and Cath olic faiths. At Beth Torch Commenting on a recent expression by a Peronist represen"I can assure you that, if there is someone against prejudice in Argentina, it is the leaders in the present Government." he said. Reflecting on his own contact with Jews, he said that, throughout his life, he has been concern ed with the defense of minorities. He was aware that Argentina was the most important Jewish center of the world outside the United States and Israel. He said he had a long standing invitation to visit Israel and that trees in his name have been planted in a park in Tel Aviv. He has been cited by the Israel Government, he added. Referring to Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, as "a dear Over 45 families have newly affiliated with Beth Torah Congregation in North Miami Beach. it was announced by Irving Newman, membership vice president. High Holy Day .-eats have already been assigned to the new memhers. 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Paqe 10-A vJenisi' Fkridian Friday. August CJFWF Eyes Jewish Needs Here and Abroad the delegation tanves of JCWI-H m wtri re l,| mmur.ii NEW YDRK (JTA) — A vast In Israel. Stern declared, the net'tN still (aces Israel delegation "as jyeatly impressed and Europion Jewrj despite iigwith the outstanding job being progr<~>. thr Overseas di>ne in handling the continuing i .,• :h r I'.ituil ot .lewlarye tlou ol immigrantI ish Federationand Welfare progress has been made in intc Puads reported in a preliminary yration. but serious problems rereview nt the situation studied by main lor thousands of families the delegation during a three-andstill on relief, he added "We dis. 'i week period, m the course cussed with the Jewish Agency and : Much the CJFWF study mis-ion the Welfare Ministry the specific intensive discussions with steps being taken to eflect a Israel and European l-rge-scale change to overcome ish leaders. The meetings—which were held .r. London, Paris, Vienna and Is—also reviewed ba>ic respontibililSM that American Jews -hare with their co-reliyionists in -utisfyjng the needs of homeless, economically and culturally deprived Jews The report was ISriu d by L.HUstern of Newark, ( JFWF president this situation, and believe that this is an area where American know-how can be particularly helpful.'" he said. Lauding the Malben program of Has Joint Distribution Committee for "totting a pattern of effective American Jewish aid," he cited its pioneering advances in health end welfare, including the sotting of standards, development of professional skills, demonstration of new methods, and strengthening of governmental and voluntary services and cooperation. He warned, however, that the end of German Material Claims funds in 1945 is endangering the continuation of some of these programs, though the needs remain urgent. The delegation was heartened. Stern >aid. by the report that 100 agricultural settlements will become self -tipporting this year and will no longer need assistance from the Jewish Agency. Report bag that this was 'the first real breakthrough of this kind since 1918."' he noted nevertheless that -e\eral hundred other settlements still require aid and that the delegation discussed with Agency ofIn Paris, Baron Guy do Rothschild, president of the Foods Social Juif Unifie, the French Jewish Federation, tendered a reception for the delegation at his home. There and in other sessions, the delegation met with officers of the FSJU and other French Jewish leaders to appraise the progress made in dealing with the immigrants from North Africa who have poured into France the past two years, assess the problems that remain and consider what must be done to overcome them. Italy. Switzerland. Belgium and s come to Paris • them the work Conference of Europ, Community Sen zation roughly CJFWF. which the .11 establi.-h. t Council and current ch the Council'Overseas In another series of meetings. Committee 30th Year For Lear School The Lear School will start its the school will continue a! J Heials "plans and measures to 30th anniversary year September, present Bayfront carupu. \\M Ten am gx tioi gro gro American and Israel Chiefs Clash Over U.S. Judaism Continued from Page 1-A %  i ..re educateration I %  l:. hi r ad. Ire--. MrMeir real ening session bj I >r Joachi :.•/. pn ridenl ol the AJ<' |ioned %  emigra • cmted States lo Is • f 11 rea test 1 •}\ Jew ish lii' • • | %  has I %  •at i r "i : im the fn Not • ] %  Prinz must face reality that then *>e no transfer of American Je ry to Israel," the I i reign Minister stated -he realized thai \ i lean Jewwere not coming here make them viable Israel's bousing problems, according to Stern, remain very visible Hundreds of thousands of homes have been built and the Ma'abarot temporary housing virtually eliminated, but hou-in.; construction inot keeping pace with the needs. There iovercrowding even in new apartments i he delegation sessions with g~oi included discus ol the role HI government, privi te investment and anthropj in overcoming the 1964. Richard E. Lear, principalSt and West A\e director, and his staff of qualified "The Lear School has %  r ( t iJ instructors anticipate "an outthe growth and changes of %  standing year for all students community." Lear <:* *U The Lear School ras founded in enriched, contim. riasg 1934 by Mrs. Ira R. Lear, who refrom kindergarten tin tired last June. Richard E Lear, grade stresses fund; her son. habeen active principal emic skills and their for the past ten years. He and Recognition and -t I,,wife, Dorothy, will continue potential originalit\ the operation They have been it) of the Individ ... B ted with tinschool since UH philosophj of the Le, •'•:.'! and are thr oi niters and 1 rh of c te :'i tu 9e] • ; directors ol the Lear School Sum registration Camp but she affirmed she housing problem. in masses could ""' instinc\ e reci II whenever aliyah is n In Lom on, the CJFWF tion conferred with representalive.* t on and inti rvii Thi:!0th anniversary %  ill to 3 p.m i l;> increased developm Throughout THereth Jacob School four major British Jew he summer, mans ol the facultj Cantor Weiss At Young Israel l;r Solomon Nussbaum. president ol Young Israel ol Greater that they cannot disregard the Miami. 9H0 NE 171 noon, and from '< v chant the liturgy during the ilig'i llolj Days Trained in Hungary (ant or WeiSS hah> Id man} cantonal p. • since his arrival in Amen o> ii the Se< nd World \--.-tin him will %  • • Boj ( hoir, if the Young Is' %  • %  I I, and Louis i) m, who will chant tin i .it at th • sen ices Young Israel's new!) construct • .1 building which lieen I rj sen ices I i be held Washing! Auditor mm 8M NE • %  ''' St Temple Sinai Registration l egistration for Temple Mnai's 11 School, M h i.-ii starts Sun B< ot i3. and for the Nureen Kindergarten, which starts Tuesday, Bent 1, is now under way. iration to 1-rael would be "ineaningless, unless the teachings ol the rabbis OSJtside Israel'' were re-pi cted. "Since aliyah also means the transfer of families in a Jewish context," he said, "the an thorit] ol their Jewish way of life, inci I'.tu, g marriage and ^*^^^^^^^**^^^^^^**A*^^>*<'VV*\*^.VI^^ unteer and professional develop ---,. -v^r^iii AAH*P*I VIAM ajsarjarj^ii BETH TORAH CONGREGATION responsibilities which American | Conservative and English Jews share. Nor,h Dadc s First Synagogue & S< 1051 NO. MIAMI BEACH BIVD. (163rd St) North Miami Beach PHONE: Wl 7-7528 Dr. Max A. Lipschifi, Rabbi Abraham J. Gittelson. Edoc II „. Rebecca Kay, Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, Cantor Kinderfarten Soperv REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR NURSERY THROUG* CONFIRMATION AND HIGH SCHOOL MEMBERSHIP BEING ACCEPTED AND RESERVED HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS DISTRIBUTED ENTIRE COMMUNITY INVITED TO FIRST LATE FRIDAY SERVICE, AUGUST 21st, 8:15 P.M. THE MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE Molem Trmditilfl) 3737 Bird Rd., Miami HI 6-2181 HIGH HOLDAY SERVICES Under the leadership of CANTOR JOSEPH KRISSEL formerly twiffi Verona Jewish Community Center, New Jersey Limited Number of Seats Still Available ^ < '^ A ^^^^^'^'^*^*^*'VVW*.^^^^^^^^VMWVMWW*MWWWV^ AMD SOL WLKISS PRESENT FOR THE mi mm HIGH HOLIDAYS Luxurious Accommodations at THE LOMBARDY HOTEL CANTOS HI NWSCMSON will •HiciM* at Keltgiovt S*rvicei 6305 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Florida SPECIAL PACKAGE OEAt Pmi M>,l. I RHigious S"vice Under Rabbinical Supervision • Free Parking, Chaise Lounges & Mats For Rates and Reservations, Write or Phone: 9-12 A.M. and 7-10 P.M. A. Gefter JE 8-7321 SAND Ell KOSHER CATERERS S. Weiss UN 6-6226 aA ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ A ^^^^^^^^^^^^ N ^^^' A ^ A, >^r^WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW^ Beth Rcphael Congregation 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE INVITfS YOU TO ITS HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES RABBI SIMON APRIL AND ABISH PERL OFFICIATING Tickets $5 Per Person OFFICE OPEN DAILY 9-12 A.M.. 5 9 P.M. FR 9-8649 FR 3-9807 JULIUS SAffRO, fret. RALPH KRIEGCR, Sec. CANTOR MOE EPSTEIN HAB6I S'MOM APRIL TEMPLE ZAMORA HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES at TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 ZAMORA AVE. CORAL CABLES RABBI HERSHEL BROOKS CANTOR BEN DICKSON auxiliary service. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM 2901 W. FLAGLEP MIAMI REV. ISRAEL FRIEDMAN CANTOR FRED BERNSTEIN FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATION CALL TEMPLE ZAMORA HI 8-7132 Hebrew School Registration Now in Progress I TEMPLE SINAI ONLY REFORM TEMPI! IN THE NORTH DADE ARcA DANIEL M. LOWY, Rabbi Phone PI 4-0681 CMH GALE, Center IRVING JACOBSON, U


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August 21, 1964 *Jeisi) fh>rid/an Page 9-B o, 1 yours, ^r a it ft *L*ipp >sb IATIONAL convention of the :>w.sh War Veterans banlei Saturday night at the Diploii Hotel honored Daniel Neal Bier, outgoing National Com IH..T. Mrs. Heller was gownin a lloor-iength black and fete silk print sheath. A black in ile sole stole was draped loss her shoulders. Her gown siit at the hemline in the pntal style and caught with ol biack caviar beads. h]r< Joseph J. Frankel chose kck pcau de soie with controlled une-s creating the bell silpettc in her skirt. Black was the color choice of both Mayer Abramowitz and Is. Chuck Hall. Mrs. AbramoB'S town featured a decollete lieckline. and Mrs. Hall's the oped line. Mrs. Max Kern sped her white peau de soie kth skirt with a gold and lite sequined overblows, The was used to create the overtear-drop pattern and to hd the neckline and armwhite lace sheath was worn !w Mrs Sally Levy delicateI reembroidered in lilac, and •he-\th had a deep V-neckFloor 1. iv lh .'Ii-"..nee was on Mrs l. u Deutsi h. Her [pink peau de soie skirt fold a nv) iii I'd A-line • %  '!• Itt<\ an l l. r \, rblouse was lasii-l muhi-colored sequins. Mrs. I:, nan Hopen's aqua silk shar' in i .• • i -I'll i'i ed flora 'I'.M -iiiare Beck' m\ ami again on the asyr all> draped bow at her waisi /ST A i -Itv Ti'i die '.'."' fWi Lhiffon with (he sheath S i ilk taffeta Her ; I imc I the i lassie ( %  > %  hiffon, and her blue : tallci >scenl seqiv, v poau l< shea led hodici Mrs for I .. in in Stein berg black orga %  %  ; h full I lant orja .i I'hinesc print shear S. Earl Paircloth selected a calusa coral-colored silk en sheath with a unique lino. The fabric was slightIjr'Jcilv. led .i the shoulder seam, giving added softness to the high rounded neckline. Her bodice was fitted, and the skirt a full circular flare. Mrs. Ben Habcrman's black chantilly lace sheath was reembroidered with jet sequins. Gold and silver blended into the embossed lamce brocade worn by Miss Audrey Steincrt. Her decollete bodice was fitted, and her skirt followed the bell silhouette. EUCHSIA and red were predom%  inent in the floral print chosen by Mr*. Herman Sokolow. A scooped neckline, cap sleeves, fitted bodice and full skirt were the important fashion details of her dress. Mrs. William Adelman's white chiffon short formal was encircled around the waist with pink satin, and the pink satin was used at the -'hnuldcr ties and also to cover the small rounded buttons down the front of the bodice. Mrs. Lillian Heller, mother of Commander Heller, chose the ever-popular combination of black and white. Her bodice was in white clooney lace, and her black silk sheath skirt was slightly draped over one hip. A hand-made black ribbon knit was the choice of Mrs. Edward (;. While. It was banded in black satin around the high neckline and armholcs. Mrs. Arthur Selevan's black silk crepe featured a decollete neckline and a deep rouche banding at the hemline of black silk organza. \\. rm r Ka hn MRS. IRWN BECKER 3nei Israel 5s Recorded JERUSAl EM I I'.V \M.r an rdent plea to the Israeli rabbin He by Pi % %  '" Minister Levi Esh'--'ii. wl %  ler ition in lo lh i .. ''.i h the Bn i I has h .'ii the Kn— >'t voted a ition upholding the Governstand The i lution di Bnei Israel Jews be coi ed Jew s in evi rj inc! i I n matters ol per' tus: ei dorsed the Eshkol tatement; and called upon the Bnei Israel lo end the sitdown Btrike which they have been conducting In front of the Chief Rabbinate here tor the last two weeks Miss Rabin Now Mrs. Becker In Aug. 15 Rites Susan Lee Rabin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabin, 2018 SW 14th Ter., exchanged nuptial vows with Irwin Martin Becker on Saturday evening, Aug. 15. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker, of Jacksonville. The evening ceremony, performed by Itabbi Leo Heim, was held at the DiLido Hotel, where a reception followed Bridal attendants were Pal Mar kowitz, matron of honor. Donna Hackel, Nicki Sussman, Karen Porster and Deanna Taylor. bri lesi i lids. Best man to the 10m was Joel Karesh Joel Rabin. MUh Wallick. Robert Mar kowitz and Steve Morrow ushered. On I heir return from a honeymoon in Jamaica, the new Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabin win live iii Gainesville, where the bride:n u in graduate from the i .i. i erf ity ol Florida in April A graduate ol Gables Senior h, he attended the University Miami and is an officer in Pi I ambda Phi social fraternity. The bride attend*d the Unive Florid ollowin ra lua%  m Miami Sen u Hi |h, nber of Alpha Epsil n Phi. AUTHORIZEP DEALER r £NiTH Quail,' HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Servie* All M* M \ E-ller,,-. — Mo'dl STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i> t "i Ttf-Trdti-Trlli-Tfmi PHONE JE 87?'i DEERBORNE SCHOOL 311 SEVILLA AVE., CORAL GABLES HI 8-4666 ANNOUNCES ITS FALL TERM COMMENCING AUGUST 31. 1964 • PRE-SCHOOL • KINDERGARTEN • GRADES MX ACCREDITED BY Florid* State Department •f Education A NEW JR. HIGH BUILDING, NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION, WILL BE READY FOR THE FALL TERM, 1964. LOCATED IN BACK OF DEERBORNE ON ALMERIA AVE. Longer, Mosk „ m Exchange Vows At Beth David Now on a honeymoon tour of the West, the former Lilly Moak and Jack Lander exchanged nuptial vows on Sunday, Aug. 16, at Beth David. Rabbis Norman N. %  hapiro and Leo Heim, of El Paso, Tex., olficiateel at the evening candlelight ceremony which was followed by a reception and dinner dance in the Temple's Spector Hall. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mosk. 1001 NE 60th St., the bride was attended by her sister, Adele Mosk. Given in marriage by her lather, the new Mrs. Langer chose a long gown with a bodice of imported aiencon lace. The combination bell-shaped. Aline skirt was of silk organza over peau de soie with reembroidered lace on the skirt and train, and featured a narrow pleated cummerbund at the waist. The headpiece of aiencon lace held the elbow-length veil, and the bridal bouquet was of lllies-of-the-valley and white orchids. Other attendants were Sharee (Jail Mosk, Marlene Langer and Darlene Selago. Best man was David Langer, the bridegroom's brother. They are the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Langer, 4209 Granada Blvd., Ushers included Yale Mosk, David Weiner. Don Weiner. Chick Weiner, Lester Langer and Stan ley Wohl. A graduate Of Miami Beach High, where she was a member ol Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, the bride received a BS degree from Columbia in June. President of graduating class at the university, she received the Steven Mm Award for the honor student i hei i member of the Worn Student \ ation, and is :;.! "i Di it.i l"u Epsilon rority. She i> presently a juni: Mli II B'M k' iMRS. JACK lAHGtR ior member of the American Dental Hygienists Association. The bridegroom, a vice president of City Gas Co., is a graduate of Coral Gables High and attended the University of Miami He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and Rotary International. The newlyweds will make their home at 700 Bihmore Way. ('oral Cables. Rabbi Schitt on TV Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El nd exi (".!.> %  ice president ol %  Pabbinici I \ssoi iation "i Gre i'i' M iami, w ill conduct the 'Still Small Voi< e in Sunday, 10 ;i m.. over Ch. 7. Subject w ill i Preparati i newal FRIENDLY, GENTLE CARE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE Coral Gables Convalescent Home NON-Sf • Especially designed and equipped tor the cire ol the elderly and chronically ill a Spectal diets observed a Nursing st.ilt on duty 24 hours a day under supervision of registered nurses • Recreation, occupational therapy • Beautiful screcned-in-patio Phone: CA 6-1363 7060 S. W Bl" STREET (on Ml Tj MIAMI. FLORIDA F#rdmai Owr a M Roenth • r-Diroctor Ml Bmi H-IO cifiiiil Dirfrlor Itwlfth Hrml ti Aqfd ritt.tm'Qh •A***.?, %  .'. .^as.;,.-A-rj NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI M1A3U CONVALESCENT HOME 335 SW. 12th AVE. UO ALIEN. 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I August 21. 1964 *Jentstfhridlian Page 9-A i**i $k *. M Argentine President to Hit Racial Bias Continued from Page 1-A Jewish unanimity on ideas where national world Jewish organization no unanimity exists and that, sec-! legislating for the Jewish people, campaign of anti-Semitic agita(;ndly thc .. gcnius of thc Jew The Jewish pcop c t onC e P t is not n I ish people lies in its respect lor recognized in international law The All' delegation also told j the dissenting view. and the creation of the impression Dr. Zavala Ortiz that the Jewish Mr. Abram maintained that "it j that such a political concept exists people do not have a counterpart j would be a dreadful mistake to furnishes fuel to fires of antiof the Arab League which creates' create an impression of a supra-' Scmitism." Mr. Abram declared antagonism against Arab communtvnerevcr government and m % %  lax A. Lipschitz (second f.om left:, spiritual leader cf Beth V Corgreqation, conqiatulates Dave Maigulies upon belamed to receive the highly-coveted State of Israel ReMion Award at a Dinner of Tribute on Saturday evenSept. 19, at the conqregction. Dr. Lipschitz will be chair| of the event. Joining in congratulating Margulies are Newman (left), dinner co-chairman, and Richard Sneider president of Beth Torah. Torah Founder Named to Get k l Redemption Award on Sept. 19 prominr munit\ Israel, i %  si Margulies, a founder of lection of Margulies for the award ition Beth Torah, and is "a great tribute to a man who illy identified with comhas earned this tribute for his efforts for the State of years of dedication and devotion as been named to receive to the cause of Israel." lei Redemption Year it was announced this by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, 1 leader of the congregaLipschitz said that thc seChaire.an of the dinner will be Rabbi Lipschitz, and cochairman will be Irving Newman. Working with them will be Richard Sneider, president of Congregation Beth Torah. me. church actively oppose anti-Semit-j ism .Hid fight it with concrete deeds," the A.IC delegation declared, "anti-Semitism cannot as sume serious proportions." Dr. Zavala Ortiz then altered his statement concerning the recent spate nf anti-Semitic Incidents in Argent.n.i. and echoed Mr. Abram's views by saying that these incidents had been caused by "'foreign agitators," and that lie regretted their occurrence. He took the opportunity to once again emphasize his friendship with many outstanding Jews, and cited his pro-Israel record. The AJC delegation was received by the Argentine Jewish community, including leaders of the DAIA, the central representative body of Argentine Jewry. The acting president of the Buenos Aires community, David Klimovsky, stressed the importance of Jewish unity, and suggested that the American Jewish Committee make it its duty to find a common forum for all Jewish international bodies. Mr. Abram warned of the danger of anti-Semitism in the world, and said that its existence anywhere is a menace to all Jews. Registration Set Temple Zamora Temple Zamora Religious SchoolI leaches In the various depart is open for registration. Classes rnents, along with a staff of quali from Nursery School through con'"' facu,tv members Programs for youth activity firmation are planned junior congregation. Young Judaea Rabbi Herahel Brooks, spiritual USY and teen-age programs an< leader of the Temple, is head of adull education have been sche the religious school and also duled lor the year. EMANU EL etz Schools istration Now Swire, chairman of the Peretz Workmen's Circle am ounces the opening "t tion for the two schools. i Presentation of the Redemption I" replying to a question asked Award will be mule at a Dinner by Dr. Isaac Coldenberg, presij I of Tribute on behalf of the State ot Israel Bonds on Saturday even ing, Sept. 19, 7:30 p.m. at the congregation. Schoolregistr •' %  %  ,au ^' > %  M:,x ,;l '' ,b Dr. Mcrgo'h in Talk include speaking, reading ferkan. and writing Yiddish and Hebrew: appreciat: n of Yiddish litera ture; the meaning of Jewish holi days; J :-li folksongs and lolk lore. I. L ret/ School No. 1 will ho held at 'M". -W :;rd Si Miami. school \" -' "ill glades i.i. v SW 16tli M Furtl • may be ^btaini muel Wiener or .">i '•'•' iner. "See to Live"' is the title of a talk and slide exhibit to be shown by Dr. Leonard Margolis at a dent of DAIA, as to whether the AJC is ready to participate in an overall world Jewish organization. Mr. Abram replied that the AJC is ready to join in consultations with other Jewish bodies, but inut willing to enter into "a legislative type process in which minority viewpoint is submerged in the majority." The president said thai such an workshop session of "the Governor's over-all Jewta organ'iation could j n 0 nal Safetj Conference on create a "false impression ol *_ ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ITS RELIGIOUS SCHOOL FOR THE 1964-65 SEASON Registration now in progress for all Deportments. THE SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL Nursery Full-Dpy Kindergarten Elementary Department — (Grades 1 through 4)) Full-Day SPSSIOTS Incltule Lime*' Daily Religious School Sunday School Confirmation Department CLASSES ARE HELD IN BOTH BUILDINGS 1701 Washington Ave 77th Street and Dickens Avenue Tuition includes Free Transportation to ana from Scnool For information call JE 8-25C3 Irving Lehrnun, Rabbi Morris T.irasow. Edicj'ion.il Director nday at the Duponl Plaza Mute]. .-^-^ Vttemling Ihe Work hop session be .n Everw \\\ be Dade business executives School 8375 B nd managers of truck and vehicle flel '"" Marillustrated address will i ol the .situatii • Fi • \ mm cm 50 N.W. 5Ut PLACE UWIi UOLY DAY TS IN OUR AIR COND'TICN^D AUDITORIUM NOW AVAILABLE OFFICIATING WILL & c Itubki DAViD ROSEKFELD and Cart or G10RGE GOLDBERG For Further Information Call HI 4-6547 HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES 5 } ) ) } \ TORAH TE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES In The Healthfully Air Conditioned HIBJSCUS AUDITORIUM 10th Street & Alton Road, Miami Beach OmCIATlNG RABBI ABRAHAM M. CASSEL CANTOR JOSEPH MALEK Rosh Hashonah Sept. 6, 7, 8 Yom Kippui Sept. 15, 16 FOR RESERVATIONS call JE 8-4431 DAY RESERVATIONS 10:00 AM. 4:00 P./M. 350 Lincoln Rood, Room SOI EVENING RESERVATIONS: 6 P.M. 9 P.M. HIBISCUS AUDITORIUM (Open 10:00 A.M.1:00 P.M. Sunday) Rabbi Solomon Schiff CONGREGATION BETH EL 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Miami -ted and Chanted by our distinguished Rabbi Solomon Schiff Assisted by ABRAHAM P. ROSENBERG Joe C. Zalis, President JOSEPH ROTENBERG, Recording Secretary A. SOL WEGER, Treasurer IRVING MILLER, Financial Secretary SAM PHILLIPS, Corresponding Secretary PHILIP BERKOWITZ, Honorary Life President JOE C. ZALIS, President ISAOORE SCHWARTZ, 1st Vice President GEORGE H. BASS, 2nd Vice President MRS. JACK SHAPIRO, President of Beth El Sisterhood EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR anan naie rut?* We invite you to worship with us, to join our Congregational Family and to enroll your children in our Religious School (there is no tuition charge). For information phone FR 9-3004



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ky. August 21, 1964 *•. lenisti Fhiradinin Page 11-B York Veteran Elected National iwander of JWV at Confab Here 5I1 Plofsky, 50. of While NY. a veteran of both War II and Korea, was Sunlected National Commander Jewish War Veterans of the Profsky. a lawyer, sucDaniel Neal Heller, of 1 Beaeh. He will serve JWV le year. jtive of White Plains, ComPlofsky was an infantry recalled during the Korbnflict He served in Korea he Eighth Army. ctod to JWV's second l,t post. National Judge Adwas Mickey Waldor, 39, (park, N.J., lawyer. He was for the second consecuterm, unprecedented in ^year history of JWV, the I active veterans organiiathe United States. i> a World War II Air fcteran He was a bombabator in the CM Theater. Horn Plans lay Service 'estbrooke Or Olom will hold its Da> services this year 0 seat Westbrooke Courtballroom while concontinues on the Temma.ior addition, rd of Directors of the SW 87th Ave. and 16th ced Sunday night that the Jewish New Year bf Atonement would be Bic grand ballroom at Make Country Club. 851X1 on Ml. Sam Putterman. preeiflf the cight-v ear-old Conser j)jjjBjregation. said that the ^^g High Holiday seating rnbers and non-memljn;il)lr to be filled in Hpfnt auditorium, especially construction work is going the Temple %  k began last week on the addition to the Temple's big ng program. The first secvill be a multi-purpose addi0 be used during the coming for additional classrooms the Temple builds its per at sanctuary next year, the on will he used to expand irreat auditorium and service JJMBM6 F. Ferguson Jr.. of Gables is the architect, and Oaaatnction Co. is the conr. %  mm now on the drawing lor the 5'X)-seat permanent taay. Tinconstruction. id with the current auditorWiU provide .-eats for 1.300 IS. High Holiday season will the flast appearance of Can9th annual convention were held, told the thousands of delegates attending that tl.e Soviet Cnion had barred him from seeing Premier Khrushchev because he had successfully enlisted the aid of Pope Paul VI in exposing before the world the virulence of Soviet anti-Semitism. Heller revealed that h's privat< audience with Pope Paul VI, at which the Pope expressed hinisel againal the soviet anti-Semith terror, had made him "person; non grata"' among high Soviet of licials who are "cynically seekmf to persuade the world that antiSemitism is not state policy.'' "The Soviets also sought without succes; to prevent us from joining with 23 other Jewish organizations in the Conference on Soviet Jewry which exposed the official Soviet attitude on the Jews as the worst outbreak of national anti-Semitism since Adolf Hitler." Outgoing Commander Heller reiterated that "the Jeus of America can not and will not be divided on this issue—we "ill not be mousetrapped." "Using tne old Nazi tactic of divide and conquer." Heller dedared, "the Soviets attempted to convince us in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary that their campaign against their 3.000.000 Jewish citizens was merely an action against black marketeering and crimes against the state." Heller cited his private audience with Pope Paul VI as "tremendously significant for it gave the Pope an opportunity for the first time publicly to con demn Soviet anti-Semitism and to illustrate to the Soviets that, world opinion on this matter was being ranged against them on a humanitarian level, which negated all their apologist propaganda." Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah, stepping down as national chaplain ci the Jewiih War Veterans of the U.S.A.. meets with Rabbi Hirsch Gordon, executive director of the New Yoik Board of RaoLh and past national chaplain of JWV. Rabbi Abiamowilz, in his final act as national chaplain, conducted the Sabbath service at JWV's 68th annual convention last weekend at the Diplomat Hotel. A special tribue service honored Col. David "Mickey" Marcus. Mrs. David Marcus was awarded JWV's Gold Medal by Daniel Neal Heller, outgoing JWV commander. Rapid Math And Science Set At Academy An accelerated math and science program for the Eelementary and Junior High level will be introduced for the coming school year. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, announced. According to Dr. Clyde Brown, chairman of the Academy's Math Department, the Greater Cleveland mathematics program will be initiated into the school's curriculum. Dr. Brown said that for the coming semester a unique math readiness program will be introduced on the Kindergarten level, in addition to the readingreadiness porgram which takes up a major portion of the preschool curriculum. Special orientation sessions in the new math for teachers on all levels are being supervised by Dr. Brown, "Although school seaus will begin on Aug. 31, the Hebrew Academy's 32 member faculty i> now meeting daily for orientation, preparation and perBi nal conference-.'' Rabbi Gross said. Joseph Ackner. chairman of the Academy's Science Department, announced that a new experimental class, integrating math and science, will be introduced for the iirst time in the Hebrew Acadamy. In addition to these experimental courses, new art. drama, and special programs are being instituted. "This broader and more enriched curriculum is designed to develop every aspect and facet of the Academy student's talents to his fullest," Rabbi Gross declarcc Mager to Chair Fla. Jaycee Unit Assistant State Attorney Cen eral Gerald Mager has been named chairman of the Florida Jaycees Legislative Affairs Committee. In his new capacity. Mager will have charge of preparing and guiding to passage through the 1865 -ession of the legislature all laws proposed by the Florida Chamber of Commerce. The 30-year-old attorney is the son of Rev, and Mrs. Morris I). Mager. 1500 Bay Rd. Married and the father of two sons, he is an alumnus of the University of Miami Law School Serving in his present position for the past five years, during the 1959 legislative session. Mager drafted several hundred pieces of legislation while assigned to the Statutory Revision and Bill Drafting Department of the Attorney General's office. During the 1961 and 1963 session, he drafted legislation for Gov. Farris Bryant. Workmen's Circle Southern District Confab Slated The 45th conference of the WorkmenCircle Southern i)i-Iriel will be held at the Hotel Manger, Savannah, (ia.. from Aug. 1 30 to Sept. 1. Host liranch 383 in Savannah will be celebrating it5Mh anniversarj during the conference. Max Gleiberman, district secretary, reports that in addition to Benjamin Gcbiner. executive secretary of Workmen's Circle, the I delegates will also hear Abram Eisenman, lecturer; Joseph Jacobs, attorney for Georgia State 'AFL-CIO; and Benjamin R. Sticknev. of the U.S. Information Agency. Stickney has been advisor for the People to People program, Sports Kits, currently being conducted in Atlanta, Ga. The Greater Miami Branches will be represented by the following delegates: Branch 632—A. Geller, S. II. Levine and M. Zimmerman; Branch 699— M. Harwich, Mrs. S. Weiner and Mrs. Snydcr, Branch loso—Ida Poston, Mrs. H. -chuldiner; Branch 1059 — M. Greenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Mur'a) Gold; and Branch lOcM. M. Iionin. Also going from this area will be D. J. Press, district treasurer, Harry Schuldiner and Ben Swire, who arc currently on the Southern District Committee. GfS-UD MAGER Lorber Chapter 'On the Scene 1 At Playboy Club Lorber chapter of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hosnital will be "On the Scene" at the Playboy (Tub on Saturday al 8 p.m. Under the direction of Mrs, Allen Abelson. fund-raising vice president, the affair will featlure a buffet dinner and dancing 111 the Discotheque Boom Mr* Robert Loeb is chairman, and Mrs. Herbert Teller 1assisting with reservations. Proceeds benefit the 150 intract able asthmatic children at the Home and also support research to find the cure for asthma and related allergies. Choi Chapter Card Parly Chai Chapter, B'nai B'rith Worn j en, is having a card party on Tuesday evening at the Bel Aire Hotel. Refreshments will be j served. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Mae Pollick. Mrs. Ruth Corey is president. ENROLL in the Nationally Renowned L L. PERETZ Workmen's Circle SCHOOL STUDY New law Firm Here John L. Hartnett and Marvin H. I Gillman announce the formation | of a partnership for the general practice of law under the firm name of Hartnett and Gillman in the Ainsley Bldg., Miami. NOW through August 28 YIDDISH and HEBREW -Read, Write, Converse JEWISH HISTORY and its INFLUENCE on CONTEMPORARY JEWISH LIFE JEWISH HOLIDAYS their Meannig and APPLICATION to PRESENT DAY LIVING THE JEWISH ARTSFOLK SONGS-FOLK LORE-LITERATURE FOR REGISTRATION call Wilson 5-5347 Whose Child Shall Occupy This Desk This Year? Each Fall more and more students apply for entry to the new, modern Hebrew Academy. We believe in small classes and maximum individualized attention. To assure a seat for your child REGISTER TODAY DON'T DELAY! A special program is being offered for the I nior High Student with no previous Hebrew Education. • NURSERY • JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL • KINDERGARTEN • HEBREW ACADEMY • ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS REGISTER YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER NOW! Hot lunches S*r*4 Daily • • • Transportation Available Throughout the Greater Miami Area. HEBREW ACADEMY OF GREATER MIAMI 2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami fleaeh, Florida Office of Admission* Phone: 532-6421



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1 MR. AND MRS. MAX GARSHAG GcfriAags Will Golden ling Day Mr.' 1 ami Mux i ('.oldie GarsJ Brill rate their 50th v.oddjj Bnn: on Sept 18 Tfce-Garsh:i_..re formerly ol Chicago, 'v %  1 launched his career 9 a i .::. ker. eventually opening li %  •• jewelry business, C*HNmtk raeAM',"$enter. he is a charter member oi the Miami Friendly SocUll;'Clul %  'W.r.'ii. he held every, off if.' • Odd Fellows I.odiir*lfcer. Tkei.icoup' three married daugMftCS, one Using in Miami. and tWO in < -••-" They have four tejndclu..!'.en and three great-grand > Hh%  Do9*lJtat;k Conferred A]3&rt ,,i> r;i-!k of pasc an(1 esquiM will be uuerred upon 25 candMites-in at the next regular Bicctip--: ol the George GershlMH Knuditof Pythias Lodge 196 oi Monday. 7:30 p.m.. at Hibiscus T. ';>!t The ranks being iconferrc are in honor ol Sam Horowit? .id the meeting will be' unde %  • direetion ill Fredrick Zek chancellor commander. People Speak forum 'How Dependent are You?" a disturbingly common problem ot the elderly, will be the subject of the People Speak Town Hall Forum on Friday. 8 p.m.. in Washington Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ave. Panelists will be Dr. Samuel I. Greenberg, psychiatrist, representing the Mental Health Society of South Florida; Mrs Laura Ross, social worker and family counselor; and Chain! Rose, moderator. Senior Citizens Honor Leaders In Ceremony Senior Citizens Association of Miami Beach held a regular meeting on Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.. i at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, f234 Washington Ave. Honored for their assistance in bringing about the Medical Health Clinic south ol Lincoln Rd., were County Manager Irving McNayr; Metro Mayer Chuck Hall; Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon; Miami Beach Citj Manager Jim Pushkin; Dr. Kermil N. Gates. director, Department of Hospi tals, and Dr. T. E, CatO, director. Health Department. happy holidays barton'* fruit-honey rakes 1.98 Barton's fills the New Year with tasty rement ... 15 individual pastry ces.-arts in a Rosh Hashanah gift box. E:.cake chock-full of nuts, cherries, pineapple moist with honey. CANDIES, FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI. jm wishes you & happy holiday plan your festivities iwround rarm el urines I ..!)nil 2. J9 511JM has complete Carmel dinner and dessert wines ... so integral a part of the New Year tradition. Rose of Carmel Malaga Hock Adorn Atic Sharir Concord Chateau Richon Sacramental Grape Topaz Muscatel Partom r£M-''5b^ THE WINE RACK, FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI \j tXTB* F1NC !| unmcL HOI r=?s*^j= lie.. • ;• *..' %  iff toast the new year with imported rrystal 2.30 eneh JM wishes you a holiday brimful of all good things. And to toast the New Year, we suggest lovely hand-blown crystal stemware imported from Sweden and available in iced tea, wine, water and liquor sizes. Enrich parties and family gatherings with a complete set of this fine polished crystal. GLASSWARE, FOURTH FLOOR, MIAMI



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Pcge 14-A m knitt fkrHimr Fridt newlj naturalized Czechs." l-ike llolden Caulfield, Joseph has a secrel inner life tilled with com ment and worry about the things going on around him But unlike llolden. whose security laj in the precision with which he could • %  work! into unequal pai ol phonj and real, Josei the dit ildertng Worst ol all, Ji seph has a Moth she is thi horrifyingly funnj thii to come oul of B< scnhursl since the lasl scandal at the Jewish community center in ad • Borough Park. Bosomed, girdled and hennaed, Meg is loud, brass) and uncouth, and she turns ..II charms on al full decibel t'> gel her beloved only •"" lust into .1 summer camp and then into a hick college willed Kansas Land Grant Agricultural. Meg sees everything in various lages ol hyperbole, but her dominant characterise is hei speech, which is Capitol Spotlight: Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN Did Nasser Sell the Boats to Viet Nam? Washinstonl J\ID EGYPT SELL North Vietl Sam b me of the Soviet built| tor torpedo boatu h uh attack1 the l S destroyers in the iiulfl >| Tonkin and were later blai ] j the f S, Navy air attack'' This question has been a-k ;' irity and contains sive implications for the | s N'asser regime, it could embarrass By MAX LERNER A Policy on Cuba Havana AFTER TELLING hit I *^ during a the final hat then shall Bl %  • intervention to overthrow the :n••'I bj ii ntinui I omic and diplomatic ison, and i ; : reconciliation, or %  •(U tente Since %  • %  -. mil ol the question, unless astro is -• %  pen the door for it by a cap• power in another Latin-American country, the real choice i> between the last two. Much ^f what passefor %  liberal" analysis of to me naive, fuzzy and even tatuous. told repeatedly in Cuba, especially by Western apologists tor Castn, that it was not really to call Ins regime Communist it was a kind ot native Cuban Socialism. CASTRO PLAYS BASEBALL, there are still (clubs in Havana, the radio is full of American song hits, the women's fashions i if the> can get anj r.i .•. clothes) are New York via Miami, the Catholic churches are open (although the Catholic ool< hj\e closed down there is no control over arj or ..rti-tic Style as in Russia and China, you les ki-sing in dark places at bars, there •adlS" hotels lor assignations between rried couples L'u per cent of the former pros. government count—probably more in their trade in the narrow streets ol • >me of the signs of an un irthodox egime 1 astro hasense enough to although I doubt whether il of them even it be wished %  Ij individualist nate in their hati >ves • ''in also happj lu< ky in their < lommunism, if munism, with the %  \ erj \ < %  : nn tion, theii • Grei n.i ich \ i • ..tnik houl EUT DON'T FOOL yourself, with all this • a ruthless Communist police state, a those who don't conform politicala cultural wasteland, an armed camp in which the Aeen the civil and militar\ has been I .here are guns everywhere, whether with .it uniforms, and lor the young people who it the t.iin carries a mystique with it. for it word. There is a Cuban tradition of ence •>ell as of individualism This may be a happy uoiiicky Communism, but it 1also a trie n And it is a Communism that means There ;-:milar .lonsense being peddled about Cuba breaking away from Russia and of Castro uming a C^rnbean Tito. Nasser's relations not onl> with the I nited les hut also with the I SSR In recent years, Nasser accumulated 1 surplus of certain categories ol arms purchased at bargain price-, on easy long-paymenl term-, lrom the So\ iel '. nion So much was obtained that some items ame outdated and surplus m view cent acquisitions ol newer, ultra modern equipment Despite the requirements of the Egyptian military rvention in Yemen, Nasser has resold—>t •> profit—torpedo boats, aircraft, tankartillery mortars, I nal Papons, rifles 1 nd machine guns In some instances, like hisaleto Alg< and elements in Cyprus, he acted wit! know ledge and approval OTHER TRANSACTIONS, COvertly con,] \i involved clandestine shipments Suez to the' Far East Mo-cow 1known to h..'. e restrict n direct supi arms folli • Kremlin line ; newer Ij pet IW ludin the K craft, were obtained by '! hi ft, in< luding vi --el1 btained ame surplus Such naval Egyptian op • thi % %  • "' .") %  : < n The R.O) ali-t avj ttempts to win Moslem support infiltrate the "neutrals sent ranking emissaries, including milit tiers, t> Cairo Some im lie d e hina ore -hipped \ 1a I revolul onai Algei A \ iciou hinese antl Israel line u 1 to woo the :. • Moslems from 1 to Me %  The anti I-rael vituperation from Peiping exceeded anything emanating from Mw CO\C ISRAEL WAS CAUGHT between the two world Communist giants who competed for Moslem favor at Israelexpense \..--e-r. -killed at playing off the Fast against the Wesl to gel themo>t out of each, now also played off Peiping against Mo-cow The Nasser role in North Viet Nam is not a new undertaking When French forces, a decade ago. were making their lastditch stand against Ho Chi Minn's hordes at Dienbienphu. it wai Nasser who denied France permission for aircraft carrying medical personnel and emergency reinforcements to transit Egyptian air space. Nasser subsequently granted diplomatic recognition to the North Viet Names* regime He sided with the Communist .side against the American supported regime of South Vie! Nam He termed the American role in Saigon as "Imperialist." The Egyptian press characterized the Viet Cong guerrillas in the role of freedom fighters Off ffie Recordpure a constantlj lion expressed in reverse termti d your mother's shape Shi %  darling shea M ..,>. and v around and meet people. What mother hasn't always surroun either has she? and "Your mothe you'll see it written on a monument Friedman's virtuosity, which iromedotji with his first novel Stern." lasl w-ar. flj^* hilarity ever} lime Meg opens !!• a : .K g raw nightmare fascination of this Ji ..,-h moths into another dimension by Josepl react his ambivalence of embarrassr %  %  quaking sexuaaHj confronted with LI four tliAH/ file n in th ult CJo 'i*om jiiUt the Bl! his anxious protestations Unitermiii<, gust) assuranee, His parting finally leave* after coming with but interminably, are an aching she T** I sorrow and comfort she has beei • him "i-JSPi I don't know whether Brm. k>H*^H the < ind 1 proV KtUtM CJoui at, wll te4 iy of M Ftmt 7tt n/r ttorn. 11 Al When was Jack* Well," 1 H have e helped ( "SOME PEOPLE do the lr Goethe Be • h nu sai • J %  j 'i k I said : N 1 • ne of the ; earl) Amei Life ol Jackson ..t battle aad h Cansai %  pherd, deserted %  • r came to his commaml.' hi derelict. on ol duty and -aid 1 Commodore, but I couldn't leave n %  •-' Wl In -N IN T! :LEV FL I NNI1 I-I ..vrn Di %  et: t 1 "SO WHAT HAS ihat gol to do \ Too of Israel?" -aid Joe >^^i Do you know.'' I said, that ou. among himany other philanthro %  \£\ lor the building of the first residential quartWld^B the Old Wall of Jerusalem? He real!;, -tarte: : g Jerusalem, The bequest was admu %  rn Mi ntefiore. lb 4 All right. said Joe, "but t*\.i >' Tour ^*t in Jackson s army doesn't show that JaetM thmg tor Israel.'* Quite true. Joe." I said "Did Mordeeai Manuel Noah, an editor 0i Bd friend of Jackson? Mordec. N'oaB • ;.s the lir-t American Zionist It WSI Nosl *• li-hed the colony of Ararat, near B oppressi d Jews of the world to setl il< eel nane Th mil n T IX %  |.,ri S4, e-ir .••ie Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN Writer Angered by the Death of Six •II* 1 L'R Ae IN EL BE J CLIE WIESEL, *" : 1 coi nition .... ness that I %  : • -" I :. h he 1now n tin livii \\., -, 1 was .1 youngster when the th trap was sprung upon us by the unmentionable-, coming from a c has ff '^k sidic chain ol people he ha.I infinite laitn m God m the Justice oi his wayand m the cominfj : Meswah however long it maj takeYOUNG, IMPRESSIONABLE an.l deepK reUgiOUS Wiesel survived the noose, the ovaa and the poison tun were allies in death with the Nazis But in the process of agony he founxi an instrument that was to serve him a cane Ol SUppOri in survival, an art torn, that m ingly will not he muted until he has probed thedeep r-t depths not alone of the debacle but of the victims and their killers Wiesel in his writings gives the feffpresalOfl of being -n artist of profound religion-.-nsitivity, of an ascetic 1 diverted 10 could have %  • 1 ten theaxe was SURELY THERE 1no liadei hei la t He m our a| ^ Why did He not spare on at did l; : %  jeel their tongue and pr ** ;'.',' higher purpose ierved, a higher m< %  irse c imprebend Oed's %  : 9 : Mercy, u unaeJttlal as I 3 pain and humiliation of the rerj bi -"'' 9 II.o n imane 1 1 There oawkMstj are no answers to • ^ | less 'he r.is blind acceptance of lh. apart oi the mystique of ereatl*"%  Vet uiestionmg must persist, or > I" ""'' u act except in msalsiMi Wassasl, who I crucible bta no answer but only Questi •" therefore is all the greater If he. d "' %  yrj !:• thorn or surmise the sin for which we ( ^ cruelly punished, the door might be "t* nta ^ Handing, though never to acceptance



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Page 4-B *JeistFkridfain Friday, : ?*) 'Y' Nurseries List cedars txec a ,^ Major Goals B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, representing some 1,000 teen-agers in Dade County, conducted a Tag Day on Monday from Hollywood to Homestead for the benefit of the American Cancer Society. Inspecting research facilities of the Dade County Unit of the Society at Variety Children's Research foundation are Stanley Lefkowitz, PhD. showing positive and negative cells to George Termotto, Aaron Stern' Sherry Grant, Paulette Marks. Sandy Gwaltney, Ricci Katz and Shelley Bromit. Funds from the Tag Day will be specifically earmarked for leukemia research. Emanu-EI Plans Accelerated All-Day Kindergarten Class The Solomon Schechter Day School oi Temple Kmanu-El will be expanding its program for the year by introducing an Accelerated All Day Kindergarten i lass, it was announced by Dr lr' insj Lehman, spiritual leader The class is our proud addition thi present half day kinder ten, and is geared to enrich aden the learning process Id." he said, Like CHEESE KREPLACH with Grandissimo Ta'am! Chef Boy-Ar-Dee knows wh.it he's talking about. His Cheese Ravioli h.is the '"grandest taste**—whether you say it in Italian or Jewish or a mixture of both. Have some for lunch or supper today. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Cheese Ravioli If you like cheese kreplach, you'll love these tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese ... seasoned in the real Italian way. U-m. m! Real Italian flavor created by famed Chef BoyAr-Dee. And thrifty. Costs only about 15C per serving! Main areas in the educational development of the child will be formalized to create an easy and effective transition to the Elementary School Mrs Irving Cowan is chairman of the Parents Committee taff to achieve the ultimate in each child's development. Fathers and mothers are inter viewed regularly to discuss the developmental needoi their children and to help them in their roles as parentBalanced snacks. consisting of milk or juice and cookies, are served daily. Agency vehicles are driven by expert enced, licensed drivers with an assistant present for better super v ision. administi • CM,*' non m. -I,n,, ;*•*•,, in the Dup., m "i man is posing ol Industri ^.^ •stj* gathered for y 0 „ Miri am Field Do\Niani ti'tmlnlii*,^ ncr giK-si m,.st |ji, r |, oht •/ second and third and Inn % I hen bring a i>ifl In t* Vani, mttwr thm forth. hun*.i,l stance, some \ MtaUgZ a link' panpnias. dMi't%' MRS. MING COWAN ing Morris Tan educaducted at the North Branch Buildtiun..l director Israel Rabbinate Is 'Anachronism 1 HAIFA (JTAl — Israels rabbinical courtwere described aan anachronism" by a noted American legal philosopher, the late Prof Edmond Calm, whose paper was read last weekend before the American-Israeli dialogue H m 60YARW* Ravioli 'N SAUO ; mum£ u,jt*U • %  sw M'*OJ/WX for Kashruth ^ for Quality the Perfect Sail for Koshering all your meat and fowl conducted in the last week by the American Jewish Congress The paper by Prof Cahn, who died in New York a week ago, was presented by Will Ma-low. executive director of the AJC, and stated that 'free people have the right to make and change their own laws of personal status, in stead of submitting to an ancient code purporting to be unamend able." Beth El Retains Tuition Policy For Community Joe '/.. li-. presidi 'it ol CongreKl. announces the % %  nuation ol the policy of no tuition tees at the congregation's ious School The polic). adopted la-t v ear. is designed to give ail children la the community I Jewish education. The cost ot operating the school will again be absorbed by the con. ition. Registration is now being accepted at the oft ice. KM SW 17th Av. from I to S daily, and 9 to 12 noon. Klld.iv and Sundav Hebrew School sessions begin Monday, Aug. 31. and Sunday School begins Sunday. Sept. 13. The Religious School is under the supervision of Kabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader Rev. 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Page 16-A • SYH # f n^rHirnr Frida y. A SEN. KEATING CITES SPECIHED CONDITIONS TO VOW U.S. to Oppose Arab Diverting of Jordan River WASHINGTON (.TTA) The t'nited Statt-s Government has pledged definitely it would oppox' Arab projects lor any eflort at ""counter-diversion" of the Jordan River waters under specified conditions, Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, New York Republican, reported tinweek. The pledge was contained in a letter to him from Assistant Secretary of State Frederick G. Dotton, sent in response to the Senator's request for a clarification ol the Government's position on the Jordan River waters issue. The exchange of letters centered on a regional water plan developed hy the late Eric Johnston as a spec ial representative of President Eisenhower in 1955. which was accepted by both Israel and Arab technical experts but rejected at the political level by the Arab Governments Sen. Keating had written for information on whether the Ad' ministration regarded Israel's current national water carrier project a* being "consistent with the 1955 unified plan" and whether the Government would "take action to prevent other Middle Eastern states from frustrating this plan, either militarily or by other diversion efforts." Mr Dutton replied that the United States would oppo-e conn tei-diversion "if it appeared that the Arab riparian states combined were off-taking waters in excess SEW. KENNETH KtATINO i.l the combined allocations to the Arab States specified in the 1955 plan." Mr. Dutton said in his reply that en May 6. a State Department spokesman had declared at a news briefing that the Department had been informed by Israel that its use of Jordan River waters would 1within the allocations of the IB55 plan and that the State De pjrtment therelore supported "Israel's current efforts." He replied to Sen. Keating'* inquiry as to the United States response to a military effort t frustrate the Israel water plan with the reply that "a longstanding principle" of United States policy in the Middle East Is our oppo,„ ion 7 ,hen quoted fel dent Kennsdy, Zl May 8. ,H3 -,„ it unmistakably ch oppose the u „ force." He quoted the lat e i then sayit that in, direct or indirect a*. *UW supp n app^ "l ction ir, .he in.tediS "" '""' v: '" put j ;.! nig Israeli Premier |J June VIM! to Washis President Johnson hal ally reiterated thu 2 Doited States poJJn Agudath Israel Re Registration t lir i| f0 J classes at \_,iOJ d' w'le • K floral pat'ern in red | loot vinyl-covered handle Get w Ins home. leOO 5-CELL FLASHLIGHT with Batteries Gleaming Chrome-Plated 14 1 light throws beam 1 500 fee' I Camping or Car $1.00 including 5 batteries HtNKY MANCINI HAYS ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS 00 RCA Vutor high quality 12" Dynagroc record of 12 great Academy Award winning songs ot recent years Played by Her'. Mancini s orchestra and chorus m itt't or monaural 1 OPEN EVENINGS & ALL DAY SUNDAY 5300 N.W. 27th AVENUE 9001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY 1700 N. MIAMI BEACH BLVD (N.E. 163rd St I HOMCSIIAB 10100 Saatk 'ttl'H H., S0U1M BAOt 0l S Inn *., oc1 1 p i.-Uti 9 a m to S p H I.I1M • IBS 4ttk St tsr HOUTWOOO ••It M.",.„a Sl.B. •t State •••< ,j ft lAUSItBAll UN w Brewant Si. a 21)2 W i.j BIX WISf PALM BtACM Bit Mertk Bint MICMAMICAl StBVICC AAllAAlt at ui sioais



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^iday. August 21. 1964 +Jew 1st Hcridliimin Page 3-A lazi Vows He Knew Nothing of Liquidations |.\ll A'H'll — (JTA) — Former SS He told the Munich court that the real purposes of the transport pn. Karl Wolff continued to inhe thought the purpose of removol Jews. [I this week at his trial on ing Jews to camps was to arrange :I I it complicity in the war-1 for their eventual settlement on He told the court that, at the III gI;ii;-_ liter ol HOO.OOO Jews reservations. The 6-1-year-old forbeginning of 1942, Himmler had had no idea that his fellowmer chief of staff to Gestapo Chief told him that increasing guerIzis were carrying out plans to Heinrich Himmler insisted that rilla warfare behind the Gerlerminte European Jewry. Himmler had lied to him about man lines made it necessary to Cental School Opens in Jerusalem IJF.Rl'SALKM — (JTA) Present Zalman Shazar. Prime Mintr Lavi Kshkol and other high faeti olticials and members of diplomatic corps were among dignitaries taking part this t-k in ceremonies dedicating newly built Hebrew UniverHadassah School of Dentistry, school is a gift of the AmeriAlpha Omega Dental FraternThe new $2,000,000 structure, the only major dental training center in the Middle East, will house the school of dentistry and a research and postgraduate center. In a mc--age read at the ceremonies, President Lyndon B. Johnson hailed the project as "another bond of goodwill between the two nations." Also taking part in the ceremonies were more than 600 leadIsrael Warns UN Syria's Attacks to be Answered |Ki:i SALEM — (JTA' — Israel rned the United Nations 'I'nice pervision Organization this week It liirlher attacks by Syria linst l.-rael's northern border till be met by force." The warnwa given to Gen. Odd Bull, 'f of staff of the UN organizaii. by an official of Israel's For j|n Ministry who invited Gen. 11 to come to the Ministry to cu£> the grave situation on the thi in irontier. |yHa has been firing automatic ipDii'allBOat every day this L'lc, directing the shells at tracin the fields near the settlciF of Haon, on the shore of le Tiberias. There have been least two attacks of this kind dWirimost days of the week. The Foreign Ministry official told Gen. Bull that Israel takes • very grave view of these attacks. He noted that Israel did not return the fire after any of these persistent attacks. He underscored the fact that Israel iplained to the UN-IsraelSyrian Mixed Armistice Commission after each of the attacks, and stated flatly that Israel cannot continue assuming a passive role in the face of these repeated Syrian provocations. Syrian charges t" the effect that Israel hail carried out "a premeditated" attack against Syria last week are "obviously preposterous. Israel informed the United Nations Security Council this week. Syria had made its charges ill a letter to the Security Council this week, claiming that an Israeli platoon "supported by automatic weapons" had attacked Syrian posts on Aug. 6. Outlining •the true tacts." Dr. Joel Barroni, Israel's acting permanent representative here, told the Council that, in tact, a routine Israeli border patrol, consisting of only six men carrying nothing but small personal weapons, had crossed the Syrian frontier inadvertently. ing dental educators, scientists and practitioners from the UnitI ed States, South America, Europe and the Middle East who participated in a four-day scientific congress devoted to "Changing Concepts in Dentistry." Funds for the new building were raised largely through the efforts ( of members of the Alpha Omega Fraternity in association with the American and Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University. A gift of $250,000 from Maurice Levin | and the J. M. Kaplan Foundation' of New York, gave momentum to, the campaign which enabled the, school to start construction. The presentation of the dental school was made at the dedication ceremony by Dr. Marvin C. Goldstein, of Atlanta. Ga.. president of the international dental lratcrnity. Drs Bernard G. Gruber and Harry M. Seldin. of New York who have, for the past 14 years, spearheaded the fraternity's fund-raising campaign for the school, were honored. 55 Years fxptriencc Home Owned Home Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, positive pest control with regular monthly service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK ALL FR 7-1411 %  / Greater Miami's Largest Exterminator Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & *4Ltraponsored by the Wesl Miami Lions Club in conjunction with the Dade County Op tometric Association. Dr. Bernard A. Applebaum, Lions Club vision chairman, announced that children will be tested on Wednesday at the Wot Miami Town Hall. 901 SW 62nd Ave.. between 10 and 4 p.m. break up the Jewish ghettoes. According to his account, Himmler said that the occupants would first be removed to other areas and that, after the war, they would be settled in such places as Palestine or Madagascar. The court presented a letter which Wolff had written to Albert Ganzcnmuller. State Secretary in Hitler's Transport Ministry, In that letter. Wolff wrote that he had learned "with particular pleasure that every day for the last fortnight a train containing 5.000 members of the Chosen Race has made the journey to Treblinka, and that we are now in a position to carry out expeditiously this movement of population. The smooth accomplishment of the entire operation appears assured." Wolff retorted that the phrase "movement of population" proved that he was unaware of the real purpose of the operation and that even so, hehad not actually written the letter but merely signed it after a "cursory glance." He asserted he had never been a Jewhater of any kind, and that lied given some Jews an opportunity to get away with false papers. The court president again chalIcnged his testimony, saying that Adolf Eichmann. during his trial in Jerusalem, had called Wolff one of the 'saloon officers" of the SS who "put on white gloves" and did not want to know anything about the Jewish question The former SS General replied that only a small clique of Naiis were aware of the planned "final solution" of the "Jewish problem," which had been a matter for the Reich Security Department. The prosecutor denied this, asserting that orders for the actions against Jews came directly from Himmler, and that Wolf, as a close colleague of Himmler, must have known about it. He also said that he once lie came so sickened at a mass execution of Jews in Minsk, in 1941. that he demonstrated his disapproval openly. He testified thl he had been a "guest" of Hinui ler at the mass execution I \>hich the victims were forced \> lie on their faces in a trench tt be shot, and later victim-ver forced to lie down on the corpses Wolff testified he "stood asid to demonstrate" his disapprove He admitted, however, that h approved of the Nazi racii theories "in a positive sense." Describing his relations wit I Himmler. the former SS General wept as he claimed he had ofte opposed Himmler. The presiding judge commented that "Himmle was responsible for the death i millions, and you served hir faithfully." Asks Demos For Big Israel Plank Continued on Page 3-A liberalization of immigration law The proposed ADA plank on thi subject declared: "We pledge ourselves to WOT i for the elimination of the nation] origins quota system. We shall support a new system based 0 Democratic principles, such athe reunion of scattered familie> the provision of asylum for reti gees, and the admission of imm grants according to the talents an skills they bring with them ratl er than their national origin. "We shall put an end to seconc class citizenship for naturalize Americans. We shall support lej. islation enacting due process anr judicial review in denaturalizatio'. and deportation procedures." Kublin Leads forum Milton Kublin. C.P.A., was sehi. duled to lead a discussion format the Thursday technical sessio of the South Florida Chapter 0 the National Association of Ai eountants at the Dupont Pla/ Hotel at 5:30 p.m. BETH DIN OFFICE IABBI DR. TIB0R H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 6 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County Main Ofhce: 101 East Ftagler St. Tamiami Branch: 1901 S.W. 8th St. *NaDatth Branch: 1*00 N.W. 16th St Kendall Branch: U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St. North Miami Branch 12600 N.W. 7th Ave. Edison Center Branch: 5800 N.W.7th Avt. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 210 MILLION DOLLARS t % % % %  -i* X... < %  %  &.**. &f >* %  'JA.'HMsalk. *M*4\



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iuqu.3\ 21. 1964 *"Jewisti fkridiiaim Page 15-B League Attacks Johnson U.S. Desalination Program LEGAL NOTICF LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE y/t of: ITON — (JTA) — The s this week launched a I attack on President desalination program imenced recently in Isring an agreement befresident Johnson and lister Levi Eshkol. I the joint Americaney to advance the use energy for desalination. broadcasts mounted an President Johnson for lot Zionist aggression." lamascus radio service the Johnson plan, star"although desalination tater was adopted as its lis is merely used as a the American-Zionist bit to conceal more far• cooperation and a more %  s effect on Arab exist"involves effective participation by America in developing Israel's technical ability so as to double it* economic and military potential. America's contribution to the desalination of sea water will strengthen the enemy's position to absorb new Zionist immigrants in the Negev and other parts of occupied Palestine. The development of Israel's technical and manpower capability, in addition to formalizing Zionist occupation of Palestine, will encourage the occupation enemy to carry out new expansionist adventures." IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63715 B IN" RE: Estate '.f: HELEN <\ MOORE. I i- eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors :iml All PeraonH Having Claim* or Demands Against Said Kstati %  : You in.hereby notified and required In |.r. %  -. in :IIII claims and demands which you may have againsl the salute of HBI.KN C. MOORE deI ceased lawof l>ad.County, Florida, I to ilw County luilflea of Dadu County, ami file (Insaniiin duplicate, and I Ran*,, 13L0-JI Iprovided In Section 731.16, Florida ami. Florida, Statutes, In their offices In the Counts' Courthouse In I hid.County. Florida, within si\ calendar month* from ihe time nf the first publication hereI of or the -ani" will lie barred, Dated il Miami. Florida, -Ills 17th dnj % %  < August, AH. mill MARX I'AltKIt As Administrator First publication of this notlci on iin:ist ilaj ..i August, liMS-l. MARX l IHER Attorney for Administrator MIL' Alnsl.-.v Building 8 :\ -:•••. %  • 1-1 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9143 KAI.V A I" >l: i) CEDES MIRANDA Plaintiff, \s. II'I.IA SKSIN" (I CEDES, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yul*. .II'I.IA SISKIN %  Clerk 8 SI -88, '• i-l l These views followed the same line taken by Arab diplomats in complaints registered with American embassies in Arab states. CERT FICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND RY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ... u '" *'-' '"" "'HUM THESE PRF The White House, however, has ENTS SHALL COME, UREETINOS: Tht>.'p"oadcast. following the line Bothers emanating from Cairo Pnman, and other Arab said President Johnson aftirniing "organic ties list imperialism" through of the desalting plan. Bias been taken by WashingtOnV. authorities of editorials like oae appearing in Al-Bath, of DanUMps. which alleged "to ex-, pose"* xm .lohn-on plan. It said the -aippemt'iit was signed at the' timer'1 Bel was plotting over the JordanRi\ er waters. This con'irnm^taaeruaopen support i-fHhe Zionists against Arab waters, and its I Bmination to back Zion>m in its unceasing aggression igaiast Palestine "l—pllmentation of the agreement," aaid the Arab editorial. issued orders tor full speed on the desalination plan, visualizing it as an undertaking which will ultimately benefit not only Israel but other lands as well. President Johnson has asked that he be kept informed on the survey's progress LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCL COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6-C 9250 TINA sim Id I Plain ii tOltr-TRT En;: \ M; 1 Defend.i' SUIT FOR DIVORCE I'll ROHKKT I i-.l'.Ni: I'll. I.s. 1411 II.-. V-. 'in. Knoxvill You RpRi i: i <;I:N AN !H< • N lildlng. *Mi.. Kli.iidii. and file e 'original i i'i' %  •nn. HI ire hereby n % %  niplaint foi %  gainst yen. ei ve a copy • %  ng to the Hi 'lamtlfffeati VIA> iu %  h.office ..I 'unrt on m September, o, jiidj[ n agal: d In th This n %  ach wee! ii THE I'ONE •'lorlda, 964, K. P.. t -ireult ireult By: sHKVI.N', Hi Vtiori.' Idl.l.S. that a I'.III i.l -.haa been t"11• %  i .ii.required to An-u er or Plead 'nmplalnl on the II i.\ IN at H NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. MC 9249 VICTORIA OBI. I'AKURN lti 'HI t'l'I'.HIA Plaintiff •ve* UtMANl'O l I'HItlA I lefend llll SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ARMANDO fl'BRI \ Prlslon De i-la De I'inos Cuba You, ARMANDO CUBRIA, are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint 'or Divorce hns bean filed against you, and you are required I.' serve a •••|.y of your AlisWi r in I'll adlllK to i rile Bill of Ciiinpl.-i'nt nil the Plaintiff's ittnrnev. SHEVIN. OOODMAN A. Hi il.T'/M.v.N". :;ii; Seviii.id Hulldinai Miami ::-•. l-'l.i-iila and ill,, the orbjlnal Answer ur Pleailine '" the ofttce ••! tin Chffk of the Circuit Court on or before the SSrd da} ot September, IM4. If you fail to di. .-... Judgment by default will he taken uaralnal you for the relief demanded in the Mill of Conlilii in i This notice -hail he published once ai ii week for four eonaecutlv* weeka in THE JEWISH I'l.iddl'IAN ini.Ni: AMI i dti >i-'.i:i:ii at Miami, Florida, this 19th da) of Aucuat, A.I'. IM4 B. I'.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Imdi County. Florida tseall I5y: Mnrauerite Morford i ii v i' .i;, SHKVI.V, •: MAN ,v Htd.TZMAN W'h.i-a-. M \i:x M i\i:i:it. MIAMI, l-'i.i >Rii>Ai I.I:I: HlOHTt 'Wi'i:. Ml \MI l'l.iil:i|i\; i: I. I Z A B K T II II AIMtKI.I.. MIAMI. FLORIDA did ..n the 9th das if April, A.I'. l9aS cause io Ini 'iN.raiid under tinlaws "f 'in.si 11. of rioil.la HEXRY STEVENS TOYS. INC. No. :; a corporation, with itprim Ipal id.n • % % %  buslni %  ill MlWll DADE COI'NTY, in the Siai."i Florida, and rhereas such cori>orntlon did mi the llih il.n of AUKUSt, A I '. 1961. .an-,t,, I..fih,I in the offh f the Secretary ..f State of the State nf Florida, the documentary authorltj reiiuired under Section lins.L';. Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution of --n|i corporatIon, Now, thi r IT. the Secretarj "f si. ii,. does herebj certify to th.rm-cKolna and that he is satisfied thai the requirements of th,. law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHERKOF, I ha\. hereunto set my hand ami have affixed th. tlreat Heal of the State of Kim-ilia, at TnlUhasaae, the Capital, this the ELEVENTH day of Al'IM'S-l', A. I>. l!Ht4. Iseall TOM ADAMS. S. .Tetary of Btate s .'1 "it NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that i h,underslarncd, deairlna in encage in buainess under the MvalUoua nannnf RICHIE'S RESTAl'RANT LOl'NOE ai lle County Judges of Bade Ovunty, l-'ioridu, for approval of said l-'lnal Rcpprt and for distribution and final dicharge as Bxecutot of the estate • %  • tinabove-named decedent. This 12th day nf AURUM, I9M MORRIS II' IFPMAN Kxecutor liisii REPHUN Attorney for Bgecutor 1370 Washington A\ enue Miami Beach, Florida •> l l-.'i -:'v :• t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NIITI.'K is HEREBY OIVEN tli.it tinunderalgnad, dealrlng to engage in n.isn,. -.uiiuer the ttctitous tiamea nf Biscayne llallroom: lliscayne Bnlli n Dance Club at Ho N.E. s t h Street, Miami. Florida Intends in r-uIster said names with the Clerk nf the i in nil Court of I lade Count} Flol Ida. I 'AN'I'INI ; c< dtl'i iKA'I'lii.N DF AMERICA A Florida Corp. MARVIN I WIENER Attorne) for Applicant 9i:i Alnslej Building NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thathe mid. •sinn.-il, dsalrlng In %  : .-.,-• in business under tin fictitious mimes nf HOI'KINS DISi'iil NT CBNTBRS. HOPKINS MARTS at 91-93 Miracle Mil.. Coral Uablea, Florida intends !• %  register -aid names with the L'lerk • %  the Circuit Court nf Dade County, Florida. ii.Ni:'i'iti:i-: uF Ci %  I: A i. (i VBI.KS, INC KOVNER & MANNHEIMEB Attorneys for Plnetree of i inal Gables, tin s :'i -:-. i :n; s. Miami A! tnl II bold Building :. I' %  %  %  js fr II.HI. mi s L'l-'.'s. :i l-ll I %  the 11 >. 'anil f th. Circuit 28rd da> ul II tail In do will In i.ik i h.relief demand•mplalnt. be published once %  nsei utlve .i-ks II 1KID1AN. BRED at Miami. %  I A llgUSt, A I RM \N. i'i. rk. Count*, i •B MtiRHlRD %  ,\ il' 'I."I'ZM \.N :-. %  i-i! NOT* CE ^V3LICATlON N THE llRCL COURT OF THE -LEVEN1 [H JL 3 Ci AL CIRCUIT OF FLOKH A IN i\D FOR DADE W\. IN CHANCERY. 6iC 32*51 A II.IJA4[ I M. Alt 'in i: lit IIIBItTK, %  III 11 ROBERTS, CO i• T FOR DIVORCE ,'l NNETTE CAROL -• %  !•} notified iliat ;i jaJ i 'nni.. haa been I and \ nil anre' • copy of your AnIIIIIIK to tinItill of Comtlnpaiintiffs Attornej MILMAN A.Hlll.rZMAN. Building. Miami ;i^, north original Answer or the Office of the Clerk ult Court on or before tember. 1%4. If Jiidgiin lit by deagainst \ou for I in th. Hill of BRED at Miami. • f August, A.I'. BA rHERMAN, Clark, I'm. i 'mint \. Florida P Murs Uerlle Mm ford il 1'ierk |>MM \.N ,v llnl.rZMA.N l: i • N 21-Jg, t III CIRCUIT COURTH. I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY NO. CIC S071 .-II \l:i'N KMIOTII KINli, Plaintiff, \ I.II.I.IA.N II. KINO, I'.;, itduut NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vi M I.II.I.IA.N • • KINi: Kesldi n. I n I,p. A II noilfieil t" 'IN i i' your inswer ," DiviH t >mpialnl filed i Mll.-I V mi >^\ I 'lain; iff's alt ^ :l.i HM1E Nli 'i. ii. \:.: N W i.ih A\e.. Mbit file ot .'in.11 :, ,, -i. ..IIII Ii> > nil. DAI i. i: I .BA TII Hit M A N I II. LAN WAY i s -:\%  :•.. :< 1-11 CERT. FICATE OF CORPORATE. DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I'i' ALL TO WHOM I'HBSB PRESENTS SIIAI.I. COME, UREETINOS: Whereas, MARN M FABER, MIAMI, FLORIDA: LEE HIGHTOWBR, MIAMI. FLORIDA: ELIZABETH II Ai:iti:i.l.. MIAMI. FLORIDA did on the 9th day of April. A.LL. IB5S cause in inIncorporated under the laws nf tinstat. of I-nn ida HENRY STEVENS I'I'YS. INC. NO. '-' a corporation, with its prin. ipal place ni business at MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, in the State of Florida, ami whereas such corporation did nn the llth da> of August, A. i'. lt'in. causa t" lie filed ill the office of the Secretary of state of the state of Florida, .indocumentary authority required under Section MMLgT, Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution nf such corporation. Now, therefore, the Secretary of stat.does hereby certify to tinforegoing and that he is satisfied that the requirements of the law have bean complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set m> hind ami have affixed ilm tlreat Peal nf tinState nf Florida, at Tullah tssi .-. the Capital, thithe ELEVENTH day nf AI lil'ST, A I' 19*11 (seal) TOM ADAMS, Sect star) of State S L'l I'.l CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Al.l, In WHOM TI1KSK I'KKS"i:\TS SIIAI.I. COMB, (IREETINOS: Whereas, MVBX M. FABBR, MIAMI. Kl.op.inv: LEE HIIIHTOWWR, ] MIAMI. Fl.oltlDA: ELIZABETH HAIiltBI.I.. MIAMI. Fl.ilUIDA did on ihl i'tli day of April. A.l>. ISSS cause to !•incorporated under the laws nf the siat.of Florida HENRY STEVENS TOYS. INC. NO. I a corporation, with its principal pii'i of business at MIAMI. DADE I'ol'NTV. in the State of Florida, and wngreaa such corporation did on the llih day of August, A.ll. IM4, .all-,to h.filed ill the office nf (he Secretary nf Stats of the Stale nf Florida. the ilmu nn-nlal \ authority rciulred under Pectlon ';"s.JT, Florida Statutes, shawlng the ilis— dut inn of sii'ti corporation, Now. therefore, the Secretary of Stete does herebj certify to tinfote%  %  iiii4 •" %  '' 'hat he i~ satisfied thai the requirements ol th.law have been compiled w iih IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have | hereunto set mj hand ami have affixed th. i!rent Seal nf tin State i.l Florida, at Tallahassee, the \ Capital, Hiilf ELEVENTH da) • if AI lil'ST. A.|l. 19*4. (seal) ii >M A i >A MS. Secretary ot state s Si i; i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9226 LINDA B. BPi'KRSt IN. 1'laililiff. vs. EARL M. EPPERSON, I iefemhlllt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T" KARL M. BPPBRKON II l Alabama Avi nui Etowuh, Tennessee You, Earl ^t Biiperson, are hereh) notified that a hill nf Complain! for IHvorce has I n filed against you. and >ou are requlned i" serve a copy %  %  I your Answer or Pleading in the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Il-rl>. • %  ; IV Wilensky, Suite ;;i7 Blsoayne Kulldlng, 19 East Flagler Street, Miami Florida 13131) and file the original Answer "i Pleading In the office of tinClerk of tinCircuit Court nn mbefore the !2nd da* ni September, 1944. if you fall to do so. Judgment by default "ill be taken against y"" for tinrelief demanded in the Bill of <' implainl %  This notice .ii.ill i"published once a.h u. ••', for four con -. i M i • wi ii-In THE .li:\\'ISil I I.' HUDIAN I'uNi: AM' ORDERED at Miami. %  i tbt) nl AUKUSt, A.I '. ii'i;i. B. i; i.i-:ATiii:n\iAN. clerk. It i 'mut. I '.nl,Count) Flot ida (seal) Bj : IIBLICN KKSSLER I i.ii.it\ Clerk HERBERT IS. \\ ILBNSKY Suite ;IT i:is. i,ni '.iiiid.n^ Mia.ill. Flot • _v M i : i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T. IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8370 IN UK: oi w II.i 1AM Al.l I'N THi iM \s. and l.i IVENIA Til' 'MAS. his ii'.-. for adoption nf a fern ill infant in innamed MYRA MARCIA THi 'MAS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yul'. SAMMY MOOKB I'.IOSlDliNC I I'NKNOWN, aili.r-l.v nutifled thai 14 -21 -28, 9/4 I a Petition for Adoption ..t the child of your wife has been filed and •-,. are required to serve a cop) "i your answer or pleading nn Petitioner's Attorney, Herman Cohen. 1310 Congress Bids • and file orlglnul answer witi ilnClerk of ihe above styled Court nn or before September 15, 1K64, ..r d>fault will be entered. DATED, this 12th day or August, 1!'64. E. It. LEATHERMAN < 'let k 'i* 'he iIrcuil 'out t (seal) By: E, II. I.ANWAY, Deput) Clerk s 14-21-2, t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8901 DANK OFCOMMERCB, a New York liunklng i %  plaintiff. \ s. i'i: v.Ni'is M KINO an.I LEI >N \ T. K INO hla w fe, defend nits. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'i I KRANCIN M l< I N'l; and I.BOX \ T KINtl i> %  ;. alive, and %  devisees, • In :..-•. .Tellitol t n :, -, ol' ..iln i !., under ". agitinsi them ••! nn) of them, and all pan i claiming '•• have any riuiu. tiih< %  Intel eal in titpropi i j bed in the %  nmplalnt, Residence Start Route, Westnilnlater, South Carolina. YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit tn foreclose mortgage against real and personal property ha.i n filed against you In tinabove Court b) ilnPlaintiff, BANK OF COMMERCE, a New York banking corporation. Ilnpropert) sollKht tn be foreclosed is as follows: Lot s. in Block 51, of ci TI.KI: RIDGE SECTION 7. according to the 1'iat th. reof. as recorded in Plat Book >;s. at Page ">. of th,Public Records of Hade County! Florida. YOU ABB KBWl'IRED to serve a copy of your answer or other pleading on Plaintiff's Attorney, MALCOLM H. FRIEDMAN, L'l". Security Trust Building, I lit Bast Flagler Street. Miami :!:;, Florida, and file the original In tinoffice of the Clerk of the above Court, on or before the nth day of September, 1964, in default of which the eoinplaint will be taken as confessed agalnal you for the relief requeated In Plaintiffs complaint and pleadings. DATED thil"th da) of A 1864. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, l lorlda (seal) By: !•:. H. LANWAY, I', put) l'lerk s 14-21 28. 9 I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 4330 THE NEW ^' ";:. BANK FOR SAVINtlS. r• -• n%  • I> known as The New Vi>i k s.., i %  i :.i nk, : \ CHARLES :• 'Si 'HCNtl, • -. u I i i i NOTICE OF SUIT !'. %  '. I nklli'U II, ..lid nknowi ...".if Ii-. nown -I•• I--. i'i:atei .-. i lors, %  by, tb rot iln ai...\ e nann hints who ma.' I" used You lire I' bj notified that the nbo> e CM !•: i a. -i a. ; ion habeen Instituted against you in the Circuit I'onit nf 111.JUdb llll n %  nl Of l-'lni iila m an.i nn I'. I.Count) t" foreclose a mortgage U|s>n th,following described real propert) : Lot 7 Block I FA1RLAWN MANOR, according in the I'lai thereof recorded in I'I. it Book "'Ii at Pace 7^ Public Records of Dade County, Florida, together with Ilotpolnt Rang*. RBM, Serial No. 902O54; Ilotpolnt UefriKerator EA-lQi Serial N... K60M2; Venetian Bllnda and Hotpolnt Waahlng Machine i.H-i Serial Number 0496814. You ai.required tn file your answer to pla in tiff's complaint With the Clerk of the aforesaid 1'niirt and serve a copy thereof upon p^-intiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, llih FI -, Dade Federal Building. Miami U, Florida, not later than August SI, 19(4, or a Deoree Pro Confeaso win be entered aitaiUHt >ou. DATEI •: Jul) '-':;. 1964. E. I'LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida I-...Ii B) M VRUCERITB MORFl IRD Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorni i ntlff I lib lFedi ral Bldg. Mian.. ..I.l 7. :;i, s 7-14-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8877 BDELMIRA MARTINEZ. .. U a TIIKI.MA \l VRTINEZ, Plaintiff, vs. HEI "I'i R A MARTINEZ. I 'el'eiidant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti >: Hector A M.i t e II Mrs La/. \l i : inifi Tiffai-. str. %  A %  %  -> %  Bronx, NY. You, Hector A Ml I nre herebj notified thai a Rill ol i' •• plaint for Divorce has I..-en filed against \oti. and \.iu are required to serve i ropy nf your Anawet or Ptendlng to • inI ;iil nf i' implainl on tinPlain tiffattorney, Ray A Munson, ;ai Ingrahant I;.ii' ling, M tint, Florbla 13131 and file %  Vnswer or Pleadlna In th ofl lei ol t lie i '• rk %  the Circuit Court on oi before the I'.ili il.n of S'eptembi i IP4 If fail in do so, Judgment bj .1. fnull will be taken against you t ir thi demanded in the Rill of fnmplnlnt< This notice shall be published once i h week for "'i' 'a-til e iv • • k s in THE JEWISH I'I."llll MAN. I" INK AND ORDERED nl Mlai Florida, this H'tli da) A I >, re.i il LKXTHERM VN. I Court, Dad. Coitiiti. I Ily: K M YMAN, i'. i R cii i -. al i IN THE C'RCL'T C-LRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCL'IT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D^DE COUNTY. 'N fHA\;;RV N1 64C -' THE WILLIAMSII S HANK [Mail \ JBRi 1MB .1 Ol' KIN Defi ndam NOTICE OF SUIT Tl' Jerome .1. i : n iln Salt) It. Outkil tlrni Marine I MilPhlcago, Illinois You an hei b> notlfl •' thai the above captloned action hibeen Instituted agalnsi you in the Circuit Court of tinJudicial Circuit of Florida In ami for Bade County tu Xoreclose a mortgage upon the following deserlii.'d real property : 1-it 20 Block 86 PCOTT LAKE MANOR SECTION Fid l: nccosflIng to th.piat thereof, r rded in rial Book fin m Page 61 of the Public Records "f Dade County. Florida. You are required to fiie yout answer to plniniiff s complain) "it'i the Clerk of the aforesaid Cowl and serve a copy thereof upon pla tlf's attorney MARTIN FINE. 14th %  r, Dade Federal Dulldlng, Miami :; %  _'. l-torida. not later than August 31. 1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso ^* II be entered agalnsi you. DATED: Jul) 23, 19M. E i: l.r: VTHBR.V \N. I h-ik. Circuit Court, Dads Cn nt.x, Florida is. all R) : MARtll'BRI I'B Ml IRFORD I • 1} MAKIIN FINE Attorne) foi Pla I Ith FI Du !• r :. i-U-21



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21. 1964 +Jtmlsii Flcriafiann Page 15-A WAL NOTICE %  LBLlCATION m COURT OF THf JdAL CIRCUIT OF r _INO FOR DADE IMTY. IN CHANCERY %  4C 3600 MtBARA 1 (El: ixrn the plaintiff's |i MOIITOV. ins:; le, .Miami. Florida, Answer or l 'lead i i InClerk of the • i the -till ai .Miami. ... of August, A.D, You, ..iitlefl that a I 'ivnroa pa bei i n4 you i your Answer ill Of uadbr. RH'ii K flbcosd Av.i the offii %  • %  ircult Court on •ember, !' % %  >. i %  %  %  : nlast you asr i the Bill ol oh wet Oor ft i THST jKffWMl I ixm& AND i lorlda, t'il 3ml H. I*li .it Court, 1 %  ealj By: i ...ICHARDHORT. laml, Fta. (turner tor Ptai :I:.M AN. I'II 11;. iI'ounty, Kl.i Ida II LAX WAT, i %  '.. i k N i. •II'. %  v T-l 1-21 23 myrnv BY HENRY LEONARD Y JUDGE'S COURT OAOE COUNTY. IN PROBATE 64046-A [BIN 0 CREDITORS in ; AII Persona Hav%  iAgaliiHi Said i\ notified an.! re. i \ claims and de .1 have against estate of l:i \ -ased. late of I'..). I'ounty, Florida, 1uH Of I lade < 'ollll.i. iii duplicate and .•lion 731.16, Florida 0 flees In the ColinDade County. Florlendar months from first publication here* will be barred. LEGAL NOTICE "He's measuring their size. We always go for the High Holidays, to the one with the biggest advertisement." IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8732 MAVIS i: COINS Plaintiff, Kl.nYii RUSSELL 0O1NS I >,-i< nihinl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: Fl.oYD RUSSELL OolNS Residence Unknown. Yon. FLOYD lil's'SKI.L riOIXS, are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce nan been Hied agalnsl you, and you are required to serve a cop) of your answer or pleading to the i'ill of Complaint on th< plaintiff's attorney I. R, Mayers, ill" Congress Building, .Miami, l-'la.. and to file the original answer or pleading in the office of the i'lerk of the Circuit Court on ..r before the Mb da) of September, 1964, if you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in Tin: JEWISH FLORIDIAX. DONE AN|i ORDERED at -Miami, l-'la., tlii.5th dllj of August, A.U 1964. E. H. LEATHERMAX, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: !•:. II. LAXWAT, Deput) Clerk I. R. Mayi is Atturne) ai Law •i'.. Congress lluildlng .Miami, Flu l"h: 371-1388 s 7-14-21-28 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! **Jenist /Tkridfjaifi solicits your legal notices. We appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I K 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE <*opr 1964, Doytnu Piodvclioiu LEGAL NOTICE RE: BB||kt* oi KBBB4CAB IXKinaatt. NOTICE T All Creditors K Claims or 1' statti You are here ilied to preseti ands which the County .li and file, the i provided In s atutes, in the I Court house ii. it, within ie time of or the Hsse ii Dated a* Mian l-'lnriila, this tth ly of August. A !• l'. I 80PrnWsTKiN VSTK.VHAI: As V.\Ml iv First puoWeatlon of this notice on e
i• o do so, jodgni'iit l-y default wllMie ilien Malta* V:l i-lief denanded In tile I till of Complaint. This notice shall '..• |, iil.hsii.il om e uch mtk Ipr f'"i' i' % %  % %  ..!.THE IKTWIsii IKIMB 1 ANf) (il:i>i:i:K|i at .Miami. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE %  No 63972-A IN RB: I'st.it,..I KAVII' M VIU'l'S I ',r..IS.-II NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! und All Persons Having claimor Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: You arK. V1CIOK -MAP.CI'S CHARLOTTE SAROfT A* ftxeeutors First publication of this none, on the Tth da> of August, ii. LEON A. EPSTEIN Attorney for Estate I2Q Lincoln Rd., .Miami Betch, Ma, ^ 7-14-21 -2S •I LEGAL NOTICE •'lorjdgv thia 4tii 'o'.l. E. B. TJ3AT'. Circuit Cotrt. I %  A K •f.sSHN A BjgSl-:\ i :ii8 Alnslej Attorneys for 1" il August, A I >. UMAX. Cl. ik. i, i oimiv. Florida H IAN WAY. i'lerk EKtlH VI III .i, I'la. v 7 -14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63J41B IN RB: Estate of s-l'ASIA IHH'I.D. formerly known as STASIA III:/.I:CIIU\S SKI I reoeased. NOTICE OF PROBATE Till-: STATE %  >F I'l.i IR1DA: TO ALL |-t:i;Sn.\S INTERESTED l\ THE ESTATE UF SAlIi I iKCVM KNT. | Y..ii are herebs notified that a written Instrument purporting to i>c the last Hill and testament ol said decedent has i n admitted to probate in said Court. >oii are herebj commanded within si\ calendar months from the iiat,of the tusi implication of tliis notice to appear In said Court an.I show cause, if any on can, why the action of said Court in admitting said will to probate should nut stand unrevoked, PRANK B. DOWMNfJ County Judge By LOIS I" FAMTORPIELD i Ii rk First publication of this notice on the l "Ii da} of August, iMl SH A PI Hi i, l RIEU .\ \\ EIL At) •> for the Estate of STASIA lol'l.H, formerl.\ known aSTASI \ IRZECII' iWSKI |n7 Lincoln Ro i l Miami i'.. ich I H la s I I _' I %  'J 'I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64000 I) IN RB: Estate of RICHARD II. WISEXBAKER Dec,-as,-,I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate You are hereby notified and required to present sny claims and denial), U which you may hay,, against the .state ..f RICHARD II. W1SEXBAKER deceased late ,.f Dade County, Florida, to Ihe County Judges ol Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as proyhled in Bectlon 7M.lt, Florida Statutes. In their offices in the county Courthouse in Bade c.unty. Florida, within six calendar months from Ihe time of the flrsl publication hereof, or the same will ho barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this JOth day of July. A.D. 19(4, THOMAS CHARLCS W1SENBAKEB ami ROHKHT WISKNMAKKK, as Co-Executors l-'lrst publication of this notice on the Tth day of Au gust l!'*l AROXOVITZ, sil.VI'.lt A scm:it Attorney for Co-Executors iin7 Alnsley Building Miami, Flotilla S 7-14-21-JS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8261 FRANK M I'EHPER, Plaintiff, V s. HEXRIBTTE PERPER, 1 icfcliilanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti • HBXRIBTTK PERPER Apartment I I6E, Tower Apis. 4J0I i ":ii Ii..ii al A venue WuHhlngton, I > i '. You. III:NI:II:I"I'K PERPER. are h,iei,\ notified that a Complaint for Divorce has lieen filed against you, I and you are required to serve a cops of your Answer or Pleading to the | Complaint un the Plaintiffs attorney, Irving Cypen Law offices. 823 Arthur Qodfrej Road, Miami Bench, Florida ami file the urlginul Answer or PleadIsa It the office of the ci.-rk of the Circuit Court on or before the ::ist day of August, I:M!4. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for th.relief demanded in tieComplaint. This notice shall be published once j • ach week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOfUDIAN. DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this Jlth day of July, A.D. I9S4. P.. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcuii Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) Bj : i'. P. ci iPELANU DeputJ clerk IHVI.NlI t'YI'KN LAW OFFICES SIT, Arthur Qodfrej Road Miami Beach, Florida ; Attorney for Plaintiff i 7 11, > 7-11-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADfc COU i i, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64C61-C IN RE: Estate of NATHAN I'-I.Al' a I. a NAT BLA1! I I. .eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credlto ,nl All Persons Having claims ,,i Demands Against Bald Estate: Y..U are hereby notified nnd required t.. pre* ol am cl.lllliy and di mainIs wlii, h 'on iiia> ha\e against tic..-lac ..I N \ I II AN ilLAP a k NAT IlLAP I sed luti of HADE County, Florida, to the • ountj Jud of I lade 'ountj and fill the imi It duplicate and as provided In Section 7:18.16, I lorlda Statutes, in tlielt i : flees m the Count) Courthouse In l ..ole County, l-|. ti'ia. wiihin six calendar months f i the time ul the first publication hereof or the sunn will be barred I i;ii, .1 al Miami. Flol Ida, t bis Till I!H> ol Vuguat, A.U \V6i IVI I.I.I AM s I'-I.A; PHILIP I'.I.AI As CoExecUl ol First publication ul this > %  • %  the l lih duj of August, IHVINU CYPEN LAW uF'FK i-Attorne) s for • "o-executors • : Arthur • lodl ,.•> Rot Miami Beach, Flol Idu S I l-'.i t, '.• t NOTIC* B-. '^BLICATION IN THE CINCtJ 'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT OF I FLORIDA IN a-.D FOR DADE It COUNTY. IN .-HANCERY / 9*0. 6-.C 8531 PKN.IAMIN V' i'laintlff, vs. ClORTBJJIil Defendant hereby nottrlc'i plaint fer l)i against-yota an I IL, DIVORCE Unlit. .-etveaesJJJJJKf in* to. the li Ivania -. WIIIII.. are i Rill of Coinhas li.-,-n filed u are pequired to Answer or Plead. i omplaint on the laintifftj Hton i-i, PAIL KWITNKY, ntJBIlt:' • %  • Lincoln Ho.ul, .Mia mi TJ ss J h i'....l .i.,. :i::i:m und file the orkjp HAnswer or Pleading In the office ,flt h.Cb-rU of Hie Circuit Court oa or i.-f,.r.ihe 9th day of .~,pto m etr js4 it >,,u fail to ii.. so. nidgnsetu TB Me'.uit "in i„. n>''en the relief demanded "i. .claim. .!' be published once iit consecutive weeks 1 F'lJiRIDIAN. RDKRBD al Miami, > of July. -\i> i gainst you f in the Bill of •' This notice each week for IE*'I AMI. la, thgTsi.' d J)g BBBBBBBBBB m<.., Miami il K, r %  ssT %  '• ,THF:RMAN, Clerk, i %  ; County, Florida CAVANACH, Clerk >'.nii:i: 8, ;-ii-21-2S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8273 WILLIAM S. SPANi I'laintlff, \ s (lOLDlK II. 8PAXO. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: OOLDIE II SPANU 2'.17 Monroe A\enue •, Norwood, Cincinnati IS, Ohio Yon are herein notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or I'le.uliiii: to Pill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. RAY A. Ml'NSDN. :'.4'l lnraham Building. Miami. Florida U131 and file the original Answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ;:is; day of August, l*K4. If you full to do so. Judgment by default will h,. taken against you for the relief demanded ill the Bill of Complaint. This noli,, -hall lopublished once each week for four consecutive weeks in THK JBWISH l-'l.i 'iilHIAN. IMINK AND i|:i>''CKIi at Miami, Florida, ibis L'ltii das of July, A.D, 1964. B. B. LEATHERN W clerk. Circuit Court, Hade '' %  unty, Florida (seal) Bj : M tftfll'ERITK M< RrX)RD Deput) I'll i Is KAY \ MUNSON ii" Ingiaham 11 illdli .Miami. Florida Attorne) foi Plal 7 II, •> 7-11-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage hi business under the fictitious names Of: STICKLING PLCS SUPER FAX MERIT HI TKX NORTHERN STAR 1-ARD at 7:i6 .N.\V. ::.".th Avenue. Miami, 1 'lorlda intends to register said names mth ihe Clerk ..f the Circuit Court oi I la.lc t 'ouniy Florida, SIliiR'I'ENIXti CHRP. OF" F'LORIPA, INC. By: President Ueorge Theobald AARON at. KANNBR 24.i Security Trust lildt:. .Miami IS, Florida Attorne) for Shortening Corp. i u Florida, Inc. I 14-21-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol COMMERCIAL CARPET AND FURNITCRE ul 5995 S.W. Sth Street, Miami Intends t.. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I >ade Count). Florida INTERIORS BY S1ZANNE, IXC. a l'la. corporation Ml IRT1MBR s COHEN me. for Applicant M.; Aii, si. I'.l.l.;. v MI-21-2S CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 64C 8018 CORA LEE SMITH, I'laintlff. \ s. JESSE SMITH. .Mi 1 lefellilallt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, IKSsi: SMITH. JK. Residence Unknown arc notified I., serve a copy of ynur anawei to Divorce Cogapialnt filed against you on Plaintiff's attorney. UEORUB NICHOLAS, (12 N.\V. 13th Ai,., Miami. FTa., and file original with Clerk of this Court on or before list of August, 1H64. otherwiso <-oinplamt will be confessed by you. 1ATF:0 July 21. 1964. K. R. LIUTHFmMAN. Clerk (seal) l!y: MARGPERITF1 MOKl-MKI> Deputy Clerk 7/81. 3/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BECl'RtTY TRAINING SERVICE at I6S46 W Dixie Highway, N Miami Beach Intendft to register sai.t name with the ci.-rk ol the Circuit c i of Dade County, Florida. RITA I. ZARCH, S.,1.i i\\ ner PAUL KWITNEY of Silve stein, Kwltnes \ Goudlsa Attorne) for Applicant 116 i. in ..in Road 8 T-l I -21 2< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nt.Tli'K IS HEREBY GIVFJN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PHOTOGRAPHERS & MODELS BALL Intends lo register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of l lade County, Florida. HARRY KANE GARY P. Klt'i .i.sTt-.i.\. Attorney ; :ii, T-i i-2i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63735-C IN RE: Estate of IRVING HBXRY STERX Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons MmIns claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present an) claims ami demands which \ --n ma> have against Hi, estate of IRVIXG HENRY STERN deceased late of I >nde Count). Flol Ida, i" Ihe Count) Judges ol Dade County, ami file the same In duplicate and as provided III Section 733.16, Flol Ida St..tut. -. in theii offices ii the Count) Courthousi In Ihidi County, l-'loriil i. within six i nli ndnr months iroin the tlm he 111 -: publl l>, reol ol till sain, U ill Ii I... %  .1 HI Ml imi. I 22nd .lav ,,; .lulv. A I), I9B1 BE rTY S > I'ERX \I ,\.utiix l-'il'st pal., itiol n the 31st da) ol .lul). 1964. HAROLD I COHEN Ailorne) for iIxii utr < 27SI Coral Wa), Miami 15, I a Tel III 1-4781 7 31, s IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S, COURT IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63889 -B IN RB: Batata %  •! LOUIS GOREX Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TV, All Creditors ami All Persons lla\HIC. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and rquired to pie-cut any claims and de manda which you ma) haNc against the .slate of LOUIS GORBX deceased late of Wayne Oounty, lo the County Judges of Dade County, an.i file the same In duplicate and us provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse in Had,County, FTorlta, within six calendar mouths from the tun,,,f the first publication hereof, or the same will be ban id. Dated at Miami Florida, this 27th day of July, A.D. 1964. MILTON R. MANNHEIMER As AllCtllar) A unlnistruiot L'.T.A. KOVNER A M \NNIII:IMI:I: Attorney for FJstate of Louie Goren Sou I uipoiu i'la/..i i 'enter Miami. I lorlda 7 II, s 7-14-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63424 C IN RE: Estate of i ISCAR s. A I >LF7R 1 .-...!-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors und All Persons Having Claimol Demands Against Said Estate i You are hereby notified and re quit. .i t" pi• si nt an• la n and de m.in.is which son ma) have aguinsl the estate <>t I Is, .11 S .Vile! .|.,,.,se.l late of I >ade Count). Iloi i.l i, to Ihe Count) Judges of i inty, and file the same in their ofl ki In the County Courthouse In Dad< County, Florida, Ithln six calends monl lis ii, in ih. date "• the I rot public it Ion or the same CAROL S CAID N KI CAIDIN & ROTHEXll Al lot n. > • I I 1 l.la 7-14-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63952 A IN RE: Estate of JANKT II. ZBIENTZ Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person! Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present an> claims and demands which you may have against the estate of JANET H. ZElBNTZ deceased kite of Dade County. F'lori.lu. t>. the County Judges of Dade Count)', and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section esoMt, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within alx calendar months Ii,.m the tune of the tu-st publication hereof, or the same will i barred, Dated at Miami. Florida, llii-lib .lav ol July, A n 1064. MYRON S ZEIENTZ As IA. atoI First pllhlii iii..n of this notice on Ida) f J "' H Mien \I:I. i >i.. %  l'.> ICK Attorne) foi Exei • ilnsle) Building Miami. Florid 7 II, I 7-11-21 sss IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRSUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C S374 SAM SATINSK V. Plaintiff, vs. SYLVIA SAT1N.-KY. Defi ndsnt. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: SVIA l v .s VTINSKY 2,'il Center Stret, Apt. No. 21 South Haven. Michigan You are hereby notified that a complaint for Divorce has been filed sKiilnst you and you are required to serve a cop) f your Answer or Pleading to said complaint IWI Plaintiff's attorneys, RAYMAN ,v DUHIG, 902 Alnsley P.IIIK Miami, Florida 33131 and file the original answer or Pleading in the office "f the Ctrctll clerk ..li ..r before the 4th da) of Sept., r.n',1. if you fail t.. do so Judgment by default will be taken asjatnsl you for the relief demanded In said complaint. DONE ami ORDERED al Miami. 1 loi .la this 1Mb da) ol Jut) l64. E. B. LEA I'HKKSiAN, Circuit Court Clerk Dade County, B) c P COPF1LAND, p RAYMAN .\ Hl'HIi \ \nr: Alnsle> I Miami, I 7 • 7-14-21