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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Floi* idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY
3 37 Number 35
Miami, Florida. Friday, August 28. 1964
Two Sections Price 20
migrants Forcibly
usted from Ships
fter Homes Protest

ROBERT BRISCOt
twice lord Mayor
IRISH PARLIAMENT
scoe
Will
re "St 70
\ (JTA) Robert
y former Lord Mayor of
and the only Jewish mem-
SVthe Dail. the lower house ol
j Irish Parliament, said here
this < k that he will nut run in
next :>.i- Parliamentary elec-
tions.
Mr. Hriscoe. who was first elect-
ee! to tr.- Dail in PUT. told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency "1
shall I 70 next September, and
I don't v ant to uo on until 1 am
toe Old tor the jobit is time to
stand down and make room for
oUr pople."
Mr. !;riscoe. who served twice
as'Lore- Mayor ol Dublin, is a lite
long Zionist.
.Briscnc joined the Irish Repub-
lican Army during the rebellion in
19lte He is a founder of the
Fiann I ail movement.
bias spoken on behalf of Is-
^I^HSonds on cross-countrj tours
I^Hajor cities in the United
Stales, including Miami. His last
visit he < was m November, liMil.
when hi was must speaker at an
ISMHl 1:'.iuI dinner sponsored by
Temple -lenorah
JERUSALEM (JTA' A,
number of immigrants were for-
cibly removed by police from a
ship in Haifa on Sunday night'
when they refused to leave the
vessel in protest against the hous-
ing locations assigned to them by
he Jewish Agency. Details of the'
incident were reported to the Cab-
.net by S. Z. Shragai, head of the
; Agency's Iminigratioa Depart-
ment, who said that the newcom-
ers had refused to accept housing
n Kiiyat Remez. near Haifa.
llolon. Petah Tikva and Afula, de
nanding instead that they be sent
In homes in Ashdod and P.atyam.
Shragai told the Cabinet that,
elore embarking, every immi-
grant is given full and precise de-
tails about allocated housing, in-
.hiding the areas and prevailing
conditions, and is asked to sign
in agreement accepting the con-
ditions.
While most of the immigrants
disembarked on Friday, Shragai
said that a number of them re-
fused to leave the ship. The
Agency arranged for the ship to
remain in port until after the
Sabbath, and renewed efforts to
persuade the immigrants to leave
the ship last night. When the
rewcomers again refused, police
were called in to forcibly re-
move the newcomers from the
vessel.
Demo Platform
Supports Israel,
Raps Red Bias
ZOA REAFFIRMS NtUTRAUTY PAGE 7-A
ARABS SUPPORT COUNCIL PACE 9-A
In his report. Shragai noted
that it was usually relatives in Is-
rael who instigate the newcomers
to object. He said the Agency
Continued on Page 12 A
CHIEF f ABB/ ONTERMAN
hopes for agreement
Israel's India
Jews End Tiff
With Rabbis
FOR BACKGROUND PAGE 6-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
delegation representing the Bnei
Israel community of Indian Jews
this week informed Prime Minis-
ter I.evi Eshkol of a decision to
end immediately the sit-down
strike in protest against special
Chief Rabbinate directives con-
cerning marriages between Bnei
Israel members and other Jews.
The tend ot the sit-down strike
followed a special session of Knes-
set. Israel's Parliament, in which
the House adopted a resolution de-
claring that members of the Bnei
Continued on Page 5-A
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)
The Democratic 1904 Platform
Committee on Sunday drafted and
ubmitted to the natioaal conven-
tion foreign alfairs planks pledg-
ng strong support of Israel and
deploring Soviet pcr-ecut>n of
Jew s.
The final platform draft, sub-
mitted to the convention which
ipened Monday after considera-
tion by the full Platform Commit
ice, pledged to "work for the at-
tainment of peace in the Near
Bast as an urgent goal, using
iur best efforts to prevent a mili-
tary unbalance, to encourage arms
reductions and the use of nation-
al resources for internal develop-
ment, and to encourage the reset-
tlement ol Arab refugees in lands
where there is room and oppor-
lunity. The problems of political
adjustment between Israel and the
Arab countries can and must be
peacefully resolved and the terri-
torial integrity of ever) nation
respected."
The platform also pledged to
encourage by all peaceful means
the growing independence of the
captive peoples living under
Communism ar.d hasten the day
when captive nations will achieve
full freedom and self determi-
nation. The platform said speci-
fically that "we deplore Corn-
Continued on Page 16-A
Tass Hotly Denies Existence
Of Anti Semitism in Soviet
Bonn Presses Paraguay
To Find Mengele Now
ASUNCION. Paraguay (JTA'
The West German Government
again this week requested that
Paraguay intensify its search for
Josef Mengele. the infamous "se-
lection doctor'* of Auschwitz, who
alone decided the fate of hundreds
of thousands of Jews.
The petition was signed by the
West German Ambassador here,
and is the latest action in the per-
sistent but, so far, futile attempt
00 the part of the Bonn Govern-
ment to obtain the arrest and ex-
tradition of the Nazi criminal.
Mengele is believed to have
been granted Paraguayan citi-
zenship in 1959. He recently
crossed the border to Brazil, but
returned to Paraguay after or-
ders for his arrest were issued
by the Brazilian authorities.
According to reliable reports,
Mengele re-entered Paraguay
two weeks ago, but Paraguayan
officials disclaim all knowledge
of his whereabouts and contend
that, even if he were found, it
is doubHul if he would be ex-
Continued on Page 9-A
LONDON (JTA- Tass. the
i tficial Soviet news agency, this
week issued a heated denial of
the existence of anti-Semitism in
he Soviet Union, and contrasted
the life ol .lews In Russia with
lhat of Negroes in the United
States. Tass said that allegations
by si.ine United States Senators"
concerning maltreatment of Sov-
iet Jews were attempts "to di-
vert world public opinion from
America's own race troubles."
"Some U.S. quarters," Tass
said, "have made it a habit to re-
sort to insinuations against the
USSR every time there is an out
I burst of racist terror in the Unit-
I ed States. Comparing the lot of
Jews in the USSR with Negroes in
the United States. Tass asked:
"Are they (the Jews) attacked by
I police dogs (in Russia) as are
i the Negroes of Texas or Alabama?
Are they (the Jews) being lynch-
ed?"
Attempting to answer charges
that Russian Jews are singled
out and harshly punished for
alleged "economic crimes," Tass
said: "Some people who are
sentenced by Soviet courts from
time to time for different crimes
are Jews. It is common knowl-
edge tbat criminals in any mul-
tinational state may be of dif-
ferent nationalities. They may
include Jews, too. The same
happens in the United States."
Tass insisted that the Soviet
I nion was among the few coun-
tries without the "so-called Jew-
I ish problem." adding that Jews
were granted absolutely equal
rights with other citizens after
the 1917 Soviet revolution.
The statement declared that,
while Jews represented only 1.08
per cent of the Soviet population.
'. 20 Jewish scientists were among
the 131 winners of Lenin prizes
in science and technology this
year. It also said that five of the
20 new members of the Soviet
1 Academy of Sciences were Jew -
,ish.
i
;
New Hadassah Chief Sees Jewish Renaissance
LOS WIKI.KS (WNS)
Mrs* M< .timer .laeobson. of New
York, newly-elected president of
HjeBsah. declared here at the
t-oai|Bdinu session ol the 50th an-
nuaBconveiition of the organiza
bat "this is an era of Jew-
laissance" and that it was
kah's credo to participate
preservation and strength-
fof Jewish life. ___
reusing the convention as
Bcepted the office. Mrs. Jac-
obson said that "Zionism, as a
dynamic and on-going interpreta-
tion of Jewish history must con-
tinue to remain meaningful to our
membership" and "our task is to
help unite Jewry, not only in
philanthropy, but in the preser-
vation ol the eternal doctrines of
Judaism." She succeeds Mrs.
Siegfried Kramarsky. of wew
York
Prior to closing, the four-day
parley approved a budget of $9,-
840,000 for Hadassah's 1964-65
programs in Israel and the Unit-
ed States, as well as a series of
resolutions reflecting the organi-
zation's views on many prob-
lems of the day.
One of the resolutions called on
the government of the United
States to make sure that nations
that are recipients of American
aid do not use it to advance pre
parations for aggressive war. In
another resolution, Hadassah call-
ed for Senate passage of a pend-
ing resolution by Senator Abra-
ham A. Ribicoff calling for the
: condemnation of Soviet anti-Semit-
' ism.
In a resolution dealing with the
situation in the Middle East, the
convention called upon President
' Johnson's Administration "to use
Continued on Page 8-A
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August 28. 1964
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or Citi7ens Association of Miami Beach
g-nts plaques to local dignitaries at a meet-
Washington Federal Savings and Loan
-iation. Shown are Mrs Max Thurston
Joseph Dube in presentation to Miami
ih City Manager O. J. Pushkin; Mrs. Lena
Bes and Mrs. Harry Stemple to Dr. Kermit
j!es, director of the Department of Hos-
Theodore Heller and Mrs. Amy Haber
jde County Manager Irving McNayr; Mrs.
Mintzes and Mrs. Harry Austrian to Dr. T. E.
Cato. Health Department director; and Mrs.
Mintzes and Mrs. June Fontanes, a gold life
membership card to Vice Mayor Bernard
Frank. The dignitaries wera honored for their
cooperation in the realization of the South
Shore Area Medical Center. Also honored with
gold life membership cards were Dade County
Mayor Chuck Hall and Commissioner Alex
Gordon.
400 Students Go Back to School At Hebrew Acad.
of the Hebrew Academy I
,pn to more than 400 stu-'
I'on Monday, the first day
new school semester. Louis
per, president, announced.
Dumber marks a more than
cent increase over last I
record enrollment." Mer-
r-said.
bi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
f the Academy. h;is report -
|t this year the school will
^firallel classes on each grade.
to fulfill the educational I
Pof the student- "and further
lure the small class-load
ifair Names Executive
inl Mann has been elect-
edicohtrollei- of Food Fair Stores.
Inc,-iL wa* announced by Louis
Stein in Philadelphia, president,
foilcrwjnii meeting of the Board
of -Director.-. Mann joined the re-
tail food chain in 1955 as man
ager, corporate research and
analysis department, and has been
serving a- controller >ince 1!I58.
which is one of the many out-
standing features of the school."
A special Hebrew Studies pro-
gram for Junior High students
who have had no previous He-
brew training will be continued
for the second consecutive year.
This is an accelerated Hebrew
studies program with the ulti-
mate aim to integrate the student
into tlie regular Academy pro-
gram.
An additional nursery class for
the three to three and a half year-
cad age group will be inaugurated
t'li- year. The experiment, ex-
posing three-year-olds to a bi-
lingual program, will be under the
direction of Mrs. Marvin Schrieher.
pro-school supervisor at the He-
brew Academy.
Sam Peinhard and Oscar Mam
ber, co-chairmen of the Board of
Admissions, have stated that each
child requesting admission to the
school has been accepted. "The
only criterion for admission to
the Hebrew Academy is a Child's
willingness and ability to learn."
they said.
In order to rivet he sudden in-
crease in the student-body. Harry
Genet, chairman of the Finance
Committee, has been negotiating
i for additional transportation faci
lilies to accommodate students
from every section of Dade Coun-
ty and as far as Hollywood.
BB Council Here
To Sponsor Big
Training Seminar
President F.li llurv.itz anrioun
i this week thai the B'nai B'rith
Council "f South Florida Lodges
will -pons r a membership ac-
quisition training seminar on
Wednesday evening. 8 p.m.. at the
Eden Roc Hotel.
The 15 lodges will be represent
ed by their presidents and Mem-
bership Committee chairmen and
key workers. Council Membership
Chairman Joseph B. Gorinstein in
dicated that the major purpose of
the seminar "is to plan the fall
membership campaign in Dade
and Broward Counties."
District Grand Lodge No. 5
Membership Chairman Joseph
H. Hanchrow, of Wilson, N.C.,
,md District Executive Secre-
tary Arnold D. Ellison, formerly
of Miami, now of Atlanta, Ga.,
will conduct the seminar, aided
by Supreme Lodge Regional Di-
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trict President-Elect Sam Nie-
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"We have an ambitious mem-
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Greater Miami area represents
one of the most fertile fields for
new members in our entire dis-
trict. Aiming at a district quota
ol 3,300 new members and 12 new
lodges this year, we leel that South
Florida can easily reach its as-
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and two new lodges before De-
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Spearheaded by Gink. Gorin-
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Dr. Ziff Will
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tion's second international coi
gress in London on Sept. 1 and 2
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the conference at the Piccadill
Hotel, which will be submitted as
an entry for the organization
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Volume 37 Number 35
Friday. August 28. 1964
20 Elul 5724
It's Platform
Time Again
It s convention time again.
Early this wee<. the Democratic
Platform Committee came up with
some pretty sweeping promises.
They are at least an indication of
the spint in which the pledges
were written. But we doubt that
tr.ey are of meaningful signifi-
cance. It is therefore almost bit-
ter.v amusing to observe the
amount of energy that goes into
the ffrifing of pkxtfonns. both from
I be point of view of creative
though! as well as from the bat-
tlearcur.ds they set az'.zrr.e.
Thfl Democratic platform and
.3 author? heve certainly taken a
stronger stend than did their Re-
r abfrfn opponents on the central
issues of the dcy: extremism, civil
righti and support of the drive to-
prard self-determination on the
part of the new nations of the Mid-
dle East and Africa.
Particularly w;th respect to Is-
rael the Democratic plank can be
rr.ore firmly trod upon than its
COP counterpart. Nevertheless,
our skepticism remains unabated.
When a draft resolution writer can say. re-
ferring to the party's 1960 platform, "In the
period since that pledge was made, the Near
East has come closer to peace and stability
than at any time since World War II." it be-
comes increasingly clear just how fanciful
these projects can be.
Our Synagogues Grow
As the High Holy Day season fall* closer,
we pause to note the burqeoning activity on
the spiritual scene of the Grecter Miami Jew-
ish community.
The activity is of course synagogue-cen-
tered, and it is gratifying to observe the huge
expansion projects announced by a number ol
the Houses of Worship in our city.
In South Dcde, Temple Zion is rapidly set-
ting the finishu.g touches to its beautiful new
ed-fice; while Temple Or Olom last week an-
nounced plans for a building campaign to meet
the increased religious and education needs
of its congregation.
Neither is the expansion confined to this
part of the county. In North Dade. Beth
Raphael will also shortly launch an expansion
project; and. on Miami Beach, the opening ot
the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue,
with its unusual interior decor, marks another
milestone in the move to meet our city's spir-
itual needs.
While generally there is the impulse to
deplore the unplanned burgeoning of any kind
of facility, for planlessness tends to sap our
strengths where they cue most required, the
fantastic growth of the synagogues in Greater
Miami suggest that the Jewish community
wants these services and makes use of them
to the fullest extent.
appearing before a convention of Baptists in
Texas, urged that they forget his Catholic re-
ligion especially since, among other things, a
Jew could become Lord Mayor of Dublin and
an Arab could be elected to the Parliament of
Israel.
President Kennedy was, of course, refer-
ring to Mr. Briscoe. To Miamians, his retire-
ment ihould raise particularly sentimental
memories of his occasional visits with us at
a varie'y of community welfare functions.
We wish Mr. Briscoe well.
The Immigrants Object
The ruckus raised on an immigrant ship
in Haifa is understandable. What is less un-
derstandable is that it has not happened be-
fore.
Immigrants are generally assigned hous-
ing locations based on their cge and capabil-
ities, with family ties of course a major consid-
eration.
It has long been a standing practice of in-
quisitive and sometimes dissatisfied Israelis to
station themselves outside the gate at the Haifa
port of entry and to offer free and unsolicited
advice to arriving immigrants with respect to
their legal rights and where they should or
should not "accept" housing accommodations
and location in the country.
Hence, the young democracy is really quite
fortunate that this has not occurred more often
Mr. Briscoe Retires
Robert Briscoe's impending retirement from
the Parliament of Ireland strikes a sad note for
many reasons. For one, Mr. Briscoe is sym-
bolic of an antithesis a fighting Jewish Irish-
man, who fought for the freedom of his coun-
try m the revolution against Great Britain.
New Council Distinction
The American Council for Judaism has
achieved its greatest distinction. At a Demo-
cratic Platform Committee hearing, a Council
representative found himself on the same side
of the ideological fence as Dr. Mohammed T.
Mehdi, secretary general of the Action Com-
mittee on American-Arab Relations.
The Council representative, Leonard R.
Sussman. received Dr. Mehdi's approval when
the Arab asserted that Sussman "speaks as
an American."
The American Council for Judaism has
thus added one more laurel to its many dis-
tinctions. In this case, it is especially note-
There were undoubtedly others in Eire's worthy, for Dr. Mehdi recently escaped depor-
underground ranks, but none rose to become tation by U.S. immigration authorities when,
twice Lord Mayor of Dublin. de status as an Arab agent, he mter-
The remarkable quality of this achieve- W New York State Senate pre-election
ment is perhaps best underscored by the mem- cclivity.
ory of our late President Kennedy who, in 1960, How distinguished can the Council get?
(Turing the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
T1"- sam I
_-Si San Fj
writer. -Ah ._-.
member
even jgn kit r.anw ?'
consequent
demonstrai. b that |
the coura.

tions: he f
at all. The (
, pie enough T
hate and pr
The letter is a vow. Barry Goldwatcr must be elinur.. ."^H
Johnson reeiected to office After this, the white Tl^H
troved in the name of a black America. The Laaguagi
employs the kind of reference in which young efeJUn ^ 'I
barely speak, find great delight. The terms are thus infant; ?l
the excrementtticus preoccupation of the writer is iar ;'.- n afsilj
in its vocabulary.
The lapse in his emotional development is betrayed by
these easily identifiable bits of evidence. There
ik. ___.
in logic If it is a black America toward which the
while at the same time suggesting by the intimidation .f .,
he speaks for all Negroes, then why press for the eleetior Lynd!!l
Baines Johnson, who is as white as any Southern white ProtaZJj
can be-* What it comes down to is elemental enough .-->Zl?_
prejudice on the kind of immature level that can only .
in terms of violence and vile but infantile language
"adult" latrine terminology.
I am suspicious about the letter for a number of r. -
first plaee. I have a notion that it was not written b> a \. '.. /
California, and particularly northern California art -\ (
soil for such racial material. Written to a Jewish r.'
easily have been designed to antagonize the Utter -
favorite candidate The inverted psychology iails beci
flags in its childish naivete.
-:
A MIXTUH Of IMMAlUMT'.tS


.
r piece,
.Tiemed I

ell a>
THE VOCABULARY APART, the reasoaiag of the writer e
thing like this: Argue in favor of Johnson. CaJl
name in the book, and forecast dire consequences in
he is defeated, as veil as ;n the future of tho-e
people are perverse em ueh to do just the opposite of
idating force directed again-t them, they will not rap|
at all Seen in these terms, the letter is actually a pit..
the candidacy of (ioldwater.
The logic here is not far-fetched, especially since U
made every effort to be convincing about his Negro and -
ing a^a.r.^t the promise of violence if Goldwater is elected f
is thus expected to support the Arizona Senator not oolj
logical reasons, but also for political ones: It is the GO!
water who have promised to tether Negro brutality: it i-
crats and Johnson who are presumably "responsible" for
Rights Ait
The hate letter is thu- a mixture of immat'iritics on I
with the psychological most betraying the writer and h -
For the child may react perversely to command, but lnteli:-
do not necessarily react in this fashion.
I am not saying that the letter was without doubt a cl
of campaign literature to a Jewish newspaper forged in th>
mind of a Goldwaterite the kind of mentality Sen G
only now. long after he captured the Republican convention
delegate strength, disavowing in a bizarre presentation of I
a benevolent and captive Eisenhower puppet Neither am I
could not have been written by a CORE member.
BJMI MUHAMMAD A CAU IN P0IST
IkJANY PEOPLE IN their rage and frustration unfortu:
in such terms. I am i v no' saving that (he letter could
not have been written by a Necro. For all the reasons
here. I am merely dubious that it was because, sadly, (he :
ing the Negro Elijah Muhammad is a case in pout ifis I
cast over a Miami radio station Sunday, if taken serio..
Negro carte blanche to rationalize any action in the r
freedom
Elijah Muhammad is a master politician. His gramn
ically the Negro's stereotype in language. His mi nner ol -
is the kind that responsible Negro leaders would find off.
objectionable because it perpetuates bigoted racial myths
tends to be critical of Christianity, and by inference Jndaisi
basis that these religions have condoned slavery in the past
they are doing nothing about emancipation in the present
He asks for a single piece of evidence in either relitno:
gests mans obligation to free slaves. He asks even if
no answer: Judaism has much to say on this subject. But
in fact, attacking Christianity or being anti-Semitic. He -imp:;
being anti-white.
: : -c-
TMf BIG BUSINISS Of HATKID
QNLY IN ISLAM, says Elijah Muhammad, can the Negro
^^ dom, for Christianity is fundamentally alien to his ro Such
teaching is sheer nonsense. Why should he project Islam a- .ndigen-
ous to Negro roots when Islam is actually Semitic, if one in- upn
being racial about it: while, from a political point of view
to be quite simple for the American Negro to see just how ni ..h free-
dom from the shackles of privation and human dignity isla i ffer>
its adherents in those parts of the world where Islam'pret Par"
ticularly today, among non-semites.
Elijah Muhammad does not worry about such incongru T_<
motivating and relating force is hatred. But if he does r worry
about incongruity, he knows it exists: and to deny that it
points to press reports about what he describes as the BBegi
of the Black Muslims, a name whose validity ho dispute- Black
Muslims, he says, are actually the Negro nation of Islam M '' *
To emphasize his point, he employs the phrase. so-called
ring to the American Negro.
Whoever or whatever they may be in Elijah Muhamm. fme
Of reference, he does not want them blamed for the eioiei "' ,he
nations cities which, he declares, the press wrongly at'
them. Elijah Muhammad- people do not practice violence
merely asked to hate.
It is on the basis of such broadcasts as these that li
San Prat* compo-od and sent to a Jewish m '
""** UK r Hatred is big busiin U tod IJ
Muhammad an I the I. It
I '
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lay August 28, 1964
fJewist fhrkttan
Page 5-A
^
Settlement Reached With Bnei Israel
binate Council would agree to GoMlVOfer HffS 4flff-5emiffSnt
strike out specific reference to
the Bnei Israel from the heading WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen.
Ihe Knesset also endorsed the pect of the marriage directives, of its marriage directives, thus Goldwater issued a statement this
Governments position, calling on Ashkenazi, Chief Kaobi Isser Ye- 8 the directives general ap- week deplo.mg ant.-Sem.t.sm m
1,1 ..nmunity are to be con- the Chief Rabbinate to find a way huda Unterman, meanwhile, voic- plication and removing the cause the Soviet Union and cited the mis-
Jews in every respect. j 'o remove the discriminatory as-!ed confidence that the Chief Rab- for any feeling of discrimination, treatment of Soviet Jews.
Continued from Page 1-A
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Friday, August 28
Hew Bnei Israel Prepared
Fcr Equality in Marriage
MJta

SALEM JTA T-- ber aourci sum"
t; of rcgion-
I-racl. the Indian Je.vi.-h :! registrars and the authnt> of
-.:> in this country, to ac- rabbinical registrar! Supporter-
accept the Ch:e!
re requiring
reg
Israel feeb thai
'
- Jewi The
that. bt-(.
uutaocei .;
sect's hist
that the. fa,.,
rath COKple applj
i:age license be
rrugc regulations ,,. the chicf Rabbin-lc taUcd the prevent an, violati
down o\ th< Ch.el Kaoomate. mm'r ti..n a
,.h >,*', n... I. ,. ,h,. -rt.ee "a -tab in the back. mju..ction>.
Temple Menorch teen-age leaders prepare intensive youth
activities for the year ahecd to include social, cultural and
religious projects. Shown above are the young leaders oi
he Junior Chapter left to right; Mariene Segal, president.
Mark Susiman, vice p.-es ier.- Zvi Honor, treasurer- end Ai-
Kaplan secretary
Cchen's' Divorcee Marriage
is Reccgnized Despite Ban
-.

n tcendjti from
and
*. leapiU the :at that
rr.arria. banned by
h The lies.
GaiiunkLe, a divorcee.
cohen.
an and wife


the
e in-
re
;ar-
niun-
and
Although the Interior Ministry
ordered the registration of the
couple as man and wife, it has
begun legal action against the
couple and the witnesses involv-
ed, since the ceremony was car-
ried out by unauthorized per-
sons.
Joseph Ben Mena.-he. attorney
:nr fie couple, and one of the
leader*, of the League Against Re-
..- Coercion. >aid that he was
now seeking to drive a deeper
en the State and re-
He said b< plied to the
de-
judgment concerning
living on
arms wbo have been
cerenu

: u;/:i;n;t., marriage.
Th- heard in
'. by the
nerai on the ground
rabbinical i
jun>diet!. .ih matter-
.- than e\er a> the
I Cabinet discussed the issue
_; .'- regular weekly meeting.
An official communique issued
after the Cabinet meeting stated
only that the Government >um
med up discussion.- on the sub
ject. Parliament has been re
called from its summer recess to
meet in special session on the Bnei
Israel dispute.
Meanwhile, as hundreds of
rabbis from all over the country
held a meeting here, to protest
last week's demonstration by
the Bnei Israel, circles close to
the Chief Rabbinate expressed
"iurpr.se" and "dissatisfaction '
over an article that has appear-
ed in the Israel Army s chap-
laincy bulletin. The bulletin,
published under the supervision
of Brig. Gen. Shlomo Goren
chief chaplain of Israel's De-
fence Forces, attacked Israel's
present system of regional mar-
riage registrars.
The bulletin con) that
-.-tern may become in the fu-
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vJewisti fkridlilciiin
Page 7-A
k Reaffirms Neutrality in Politics
YORK (JTA) Top-
ders "i the Zionist Or-
ol America this week
ihs -strictly non-parti.
L| nd ni the organization and
f. iticall) uncommitted" p<>-
in tii (inrent national elec-
Campaign. They emphasised
h le American Zionists as
|c als exercise their rights
Izens and vote tor candidates
Hr preference, the Zioni-t or-
ption as such "neither sup-
nor opposes either of the
E- parties."
\t policy was set forth at the
gession of a two-day meeting
national executive council
ZOA. its ruling body be-
annual conventions, at the
Biltmore. by Dr. Max Nuss-
, of Hollywood. Calif., presi-
01 the ZOA; and Dr. Emanuel
Bi,:' m member of the Ameri-
ection of the Jewish Agency
hive, and honorary president
lie ZOA. Several hundred
Bt leaders from all parts of
Hcmmtry attended. Jacques
Hyner. of New York, chair-
| of the national executive
odlfil. pr.'sided. A guest speak-
er Ms l.oui- Pincus. treasurer of
*lBeui>li Agency for Israel, now
n "J \i-it to this country.
Dr. Nu'sbaum, in his address,
awertt'd that "from the very be-
ghmi'.T of the struggle for the
retablishment of a Jewish
State in Palestine, our cause has
received the wholehearted sup-
pWt of leaders of both major
parti- .. Every president of the
United States, from Woodrow
Wilton to President Johnson, has
pefclicly voiced approval of the
atablishment of a Jewish na-
tional homeland.
"oth lloiiM-- oi ihe L'.S. Con-
gress, in joi.it re-oliitions adopted
on several occasions, unanimous-
ly eBdorscd the cau-e of a Jewish
State, and both the Democratic'
_ and Republican parties al their
W conventions since 1914 incorporat-
ed a plank favoring the cause of'
a :JJ%trish State in their platform.
Thus, Israel has always had
friends on both sides of the Amer- [
ican political life. The American I
Zionist movement has always been
non-parti-.in Its vast membership
is comprised of adherents of both
parties and votes for the candidate
f their choice."
Dr. Neumann, in his address,
underscoring the adherence of the
ZOA to its tradition of non-parti-
sanship, further stressed that '%
a Zionist organization, we are
concerned specifically with nur-
turing American-Israel friend-
ship."
He assorted that "it is well to
hear in mind that friendship and
support for Israel has long been
the tra litional policy ol the Unit-
tes. firmly based on bi-parti-
pport. and a wide consensus
erican opinion." Dr. Neu-
further said that, "as citi-
P fjflt we have our preference, and
izens it is our duty to regis-
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KABBI MAX NUSSBAUM
widespread support
ter our convictions; but as ai. or-
ganization we neither support not
oppose either of the major par-
ties." |
I
While Dr. Nussbaum express-
ed regret that for the first time
since 1944 no direct reference to
Israel was made in the Repub-
lican plank, the ZOA president
also pointed out that the plank
reaffirmed the pledge contained
in the 1960 plank of the party.
That plank committed the Re-
publican Party to "continue to
support the integrity and inde-
pendence of all the states of that
area including Israel and the
Arab States."
lie voiced the hope that "the
leaders of the Republican Party,
recognizing the comity of inter-
esl between America and Israel
and that the security ol Israel is
interlinked with the future of de-
mocracy in the free world, will
soon augment their plank with an
official statement clarifying their
po-ition in an unequivocal manner
that will demonstrate to the na-
tion their traditional base of
friendship toward Israel."
Torczy.ier, who presided, voic-
ed gratilication at what he called
"a sobering attitude among Amer-
ican Jewry in relation to the forth-
coming session of the Ecumenical
Council in Rome." He pointed
to the statements of religious
leaders of two distinct denomina-
tions of American JewryRabbi
Leon Peuer, head of the Reform
Rabbinate, and Rabbi Joseph
Solovichik. leader of Orthodox
Jewry, who urged the adoption
of "an attitude of dignity and re-
serve in regard to the relations
between Jews and the Catholic
Church." He heartily supported
the viewpoint of these leaders
that the responsibility for the
elimination of anti-Semitism is
the responsibility of the Catholic
Church without "prodding" on the
part of Jews.
He also charged that anti-
Semitism is again on the upsurge
in West Germany, asserting that
officers of the West German
army are using anti-Semitic in*
vectives in the training of new
recruits. He also urged the
sending of a Zionist mission to
Latin America, to meet with
Latin American Jews on the
problems of anti-Semitism in
those .-yntries.
I S, Turover, of Washington.
national convention chairman of
the ZOA, announced the program
tor the forthcoming 67th annual
ci mention of the organization,
which will be held at the Hotel
vVillard in Washington, beginning
Oct. 1 through Oct. 4.
He announced that the conven-
tion will be addressed by out-
standing leaders of both Demo-
era" ic and Republican parties, as
we' as by distinguished leaders
of the world Zionist movement
and Israel.
Yiddish Writer Dies at 77
TEL AVIV (JTA) Funeral
services were held here Sunday
for Abba Gordin, prominent Yid-
dish writer and poet, who died
last weekend at the age of 77.
Born in Poland, the son of Rab-
bi Yehuda Leib Gordin of Lomze.
Abba Gordon was one of the vet-
eran anarchists during the early
clays of the Russian revolution.
He came to the United States in
1926 and continued an active
career of journalistic writing.
Seven years ago he settled in
Israel, where he devoted his time
mainly to translating his Yiddish
works into Hebrew.
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+Je*isii thrwdtinn
Friday. Aucu* 25.
A/ei* Hadassah Chief Sees Jewish Renaissance
war
Continued from Page 1-A
influence and leadership to
- the Arab -tates and Israel
to the peace taole by making .1
States will
nti nd inde-
thai the Unite
s to s ...
In
I thai
.
:
i
shown, t not-
t .! when
- tun is shi : fr m eh
i rj authorities d<

i rtl tat id resolu'.
th civil rights ..n>i civil
condemnation ol attacks
on the U. S Supra mrl for-
aid. 1'ruted Nations; Soviet
anti-Semitism ar d the I" 5-Israel
plan for itfsahing tea water
through the use of nuclear pow-
er
In its resolution on Soviet
antiSemitism. Hadassah said it
was its aim "to mobilize Ameri-
can public opinion into a moral
force and to arouse our Gov-
ernment to exert- its infleunce to
the end that this unconscionable
wrong will be righted."
Highlighting the closing dinner
session was an address by Gov-
ernor Edmond G Brown of Cali-
fornia and Loui5 Pincus of Jeru-
salem, treasurer of the Jewish
Agency for Israel
Earlier, at a session on Zion-
affairs, I L Kcnnen, execu-
tive of the American 1s-
Public Affairs Committee.
there was rgent need for a
more effective pruyrani to counter
Arab propaganda 'and to carry
truth about the Arab war
1st Israel to the American
Addressing one of the sessions,
Mrs Rose 1- Halprin, former na-
t.onal president of Hadassah and
..... isttjui gousniN
precarious r?scue
chairman of the Jev -
ncy ;r Israel, American Sec-
told the more than 2.000 dele-
. tea th the anti-Israel, anti-
Z'onist anc' anti Jewish activities
of the Arabs were taking on multi-
tudinous patterns and that it musf
be made clear to the Arab govern-
ments that i.itimidation. threat of
boycotts and interference in local
political matters of independent
states will not be tolerated. Mrs
Halprin took note of the activities
of Arab agents in Argentina and
Of the fact that "the thousands of
Arab students in this country form
a cadre, instructed to create lll-
will against Israel, the Zionist
movement and the Jewish com-
munity "
Apropos the future of Zionism.
.Mrs. Halprin held that "Zionism
a thin i 'he tool- lor a-sur
Jewish survival," that "it
strengthen- the unity of the Jew
i-h people'' and that "through Its
OH Of the State ol Israel.
I the mmunity
pportunit] A 1 eatin 1
its 1 iltural image an 1 con
1 this to the main
s ream of civilization
Another former Hadassah
president, Dr. Miriam Freund,
1: d the conclave that it was of
"utmost importance" at this
timj that President Johnson, the
Cabinet and members cf both
Houses of Congress "b* kept
continually aware of our anxiety
ever the oppression of Soviet
Jewry. "So important is this,"
she went on, "that I urge all
Americans to express this con-
cern to Washington in the weeks
and months ahead. Our concern
mist be translated into action
on the local level, on the state
level, on the regional level, o.n
the national and international
levels. The Jews in the Soviet
Unionthree million of them
have no voices of their own with
which to protest injustices, dis-
crimination and persecution.
"It therefore becomes our re-
sponsibilityas Americans and as
Jewsliving in a free society
to speak out for Soviet Jewry. We
must speak out everywhere and
in the highest places if we are to
hope to effect intervention in their
behalf."
Adath Yeshurun Torah Service
Temple Adath Yeshurun. of
North Miami Beach, will hold a
special Torah dedication service
DH Saturday night at 9 p.m.
Kabhi Jon.h E. Caplan will de
liver the dedicatory address, and
Cantor Maurice Neu and choir will
chant the Liturgy.
A Torah Scroll, written by hand
with a feather by a pious scribe
over 1 period ol two years, is be-
insj donated to the Temple by
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fine and their
sister. Miss Betty Mellner.
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and a suggestion
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OH THC OCtAN I lilk ST. MitMl IHC" H. Joseph Liedman. president of
the congregation, will accept the
Torah in behalf of the conjuga-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Fine and MV.s
Mellner, who had planned a
trip to Israel this summer, post-
poned the visit in order to pre-
sent the Torah to the synagogue
instead.
"Such 1 gesture." says Rabbi
Caplan, "is as meritorious as
writing the Scrolls of Law "
S -terhood will serve the eola-
tion following the ceremony.
Members of the Dedication Com-
mittee are Abe Cohen, chairman.
Bernard Falk. Mrs. Bertha Mitch
ell, William Platt. Sam Katner.
Sam Rubenstein, Leon Solotkin.
Yetta Solotkin.
PLAN NOW FOR
ROSH HASHONAH
& YOM KIPPUR
SEPT. 6 TO 17th
Rates On Rem.eat j
Dr Israel Goldstein, chairman
. t the Keren Hayesod. tokl the
g thonng that some 90 per cent
i the Jem in Egypt, Iraq. Syria
and Yemen were now in Israel
1.....! the rescue op-
rut have been precarious."
Israt i's "number Lai prob
lared, 1- the inte 1
times twelve differ-
ent tribes separated bj langua
culture, customs, experience an 1
rk.
1 Ler, Mr- M Schenck, Hadas
-h s nal in lor Youth
Id til lei that pre
tions were m t" absorb 29 110
an l Eastern Ei thin
the next five years
1 .1 ish picture <>n the Amer-
ican seem came under the strut
iny of Dr. David Lieber. presi-
dent of the University of Judaism
in Lo- Angeles The Jewish edu-
r -niinded a warniny that if
the trend of Jewish as-imitation
is not reversed, the American
Jewish community may face "a
catastrophe too frightening to
contemplate.''
Declaring that "the hour" was
ripe" for a total assault on Jew-
1.-I1 apathy and ignorance. Dr.
Lieber admonished the gathering
that "the challenge before us is to
take the Jewish heritage and
make it operative in contempor-
ary society." adding that "most
of our organized Jewish life" is
to a large extent "still geared to
coping with the problems of the
twenties and thirties and are sim-
ply out of tune with contempor-
ary life."
At the same time he contend-
ed that "no really great leader-
ship has emerged in this post-
era which can fr
frem -eh* ahaboUltn of ft*
and come to termt with raw
ically new condif,ons th,7
world Jewry" today. *
Avraham Harman |
hassador to the I
the convention ;
rmtst accord prionu
'to
ler" Iran attack
l< 1 rise :- ... c
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ment and social
velopraent 1 n
'
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Bsnn Pressures Paraguay
To Speed Mengele Search
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Ital School is dedicated at the Hadassah-
jrew University Medical Center in Israel.
(wn in a clinic featuring the latest equip-
\\ aie (left to right) Dr. Ino Sciaky. director
be university's School of Dental Medicine,
fand Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth, of 995 No.
imi Beach Blvd.; and Dr. Marvin Goldstein,
Lident of Alpha Omega Fraternity, national

dental organization, which mode construction
ot the new school facility possible. Dr. Rosen-
bluth is president of the North Dade Dental
Society and treasurer of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Alpha Omega. Among guests of
honor at the dedication were Israel President
Zalman Shazar and Prime Minister Levi Esh-
kol.
daism Council Gets Support of Arabs
Continued from Page 1-A
tradited, as Paraguayan law for-
bids the extradition of a natural-
ized citiier.
Meanwhile, orders for an inten-
sive, country-wide search for Dr.
Mengele were issued in Rio de
ianeiro this week by Milton Cam-
pas. Brazilian Minister of Justice.
L'here was no indication from the
Ministry as to whether now infor-
mal ion might have been received
that Mengele may be hiding in
this country again.
Officials of the Justice Ministry,
however, noted that, if Mengele
has re-entered Brazil, it may be
difficult to locate him. They
| pointed out that many Germans,
possibly including some war crim-
inals, emigrated to Brazil after
the end ol World War II. The post-
war German immigrants have
largely been integrated among
hundreds of thousands of former
Germans now living in various
areas of Brazil.
And a campaign undertaken
here several years ago to cleanse
the Great Brazilian Encyclopedia
of previously used anti-Semitic
definitions was seen last weeken
as having succeeded. The new
20th edition ol the encyclopt
elimini ted the former defini
. "swindler," rab-
bi as "devil," and < as
a place where pe pie gather fj
illegal business
Fernando Levisky, a prom.'
attorney, had undertaken a drivi
several years ago to have such
definitions deleted from the en-
cyclopedia. ..
'Spinoza's God' is Topic
Final lecture on "Spinoza's God"
will be given by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson on Thursday, 10:30 am.
at the Spinoza Forum in the Au-
ditorium of Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave.

LSHINGTON (JTAi A
between an anti-Zionist wit-
and members of the Dcmo-
lc Platform Committee high-
Ed testimony before the com-
be. Leonard R. Sussman,
lying for the anti-Zionist Amer-
CouncH for Judaism, alleged
the Johnson Administration
rejected "the Jewish people
tot" in domestic and foreign
lirs.
cited a State Department
|bssi8h of last Apr. 20 in this
eetion. and asked that the
lorm include a plank reat-
pim this alleged stand by the
Go*er:.:nrtH.
_.p. Emanuel Celler, New
fafcc Democrat, a member of the
Platform Committee, attacked
?*% Sussman allegation. He cit-
a subsequent State Depart-
It expression on the same
aokject, addressed to Rabbi
ip S. Bernstein, of Roches-
^X N.Y., endorsing a statement
by Rabbi Max Nussbaum, pres-
matt of tha Zionist Organization
\
F

merica.
ciety Security
erne of Meeting
irth Shore Lodge. B'nai Brith,
"hold its regular meeting on
jdav evening at Temple Ncr
lid Social Hall. 80th St. and
le Ave.
&>ncl Moltz. of the Social Se-
|y Administration, will speak
Safest changes in Social Se-
Pilms will be shown, fol-;|
.Wired by a question and answer
wi IjeriQcl. Jack Burstcin is presi-
V *nt:
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The State Department had term-
ed Rabbi Nussbaum's assertion,
that the ACJ had put up "a straw-
man, as effectively resolving
any possible misunderstanding.
The Platform Committee was I
informed by Rep. Celler of the
exposure" and denunciation of
the ACJ by the three major'
branches of the Jewish faith, is-1
sued by the New York Board of
Rabbis. A heated situation devel-;
oped in the hearing room. Spec-
tutors in the hearing room became
disorderly and shouted demands
to be heard by the committee.
Acting Chairman William Benton.
of Connecticut, called the hearing
to order and refused to permit
anyone to participate who was not
a member of the committee or a
witness.
Dr. Mohammed T. Mehdi. secre-
tary-general of the Action Com-
mittee on American-Arab Rela-
tions, later tojd the press that he
attended the hearing to support
the ACJ positon and to assist Mr.
Sussman. He charged that Rep.
Celler spoke as an 'Israeli agent,"
but asserted that Mr. Sussman
speaks as an American." (Ac-
tion by U.S. Immigration authori-
ties for deportation of Mr. Mehdi
rvas sought recently when he in- j
tervened previously in the U.S.
pre-election activity, involving
the New York Senate race. He is I
a citizen of Iraq and an agent of
Arab interests.)
John E. Powers, of Massachu-
setts, a member of the Platform
Committee, told Mr. Sussman
that "I am not of your faith,"
but felt Israel merited America's
full ;upport, including military
backing. Mr. Powers said he
was not concerned with the
ACJ's ideas on Zionism because
the pro-Israel plank was in
America's own interests, and did
' not pertain to Zionism.
Mr. Powers charged that the
witness was anti-Israel when he
I refused to endorse a plank which
Mr. Powers proposed.
The Powers plank included a
statement that "as the only true
democratic bastion in the Near
East, Israel warrants and must
have the continued financial,
military and moral support of the
leader of the democratic world,
the United States. The Demo-
cratic Party pledges that sup-
port."
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Friday. August 23
Congregation B'nai Raphael is Platu^
Groundbreaking Fete For New Facilih
C nsreaation B'nai Raphael, un and social hall ,

Congregation B'nai Raphael, un- and racial ball, will
der ih- leadership <>f Rabbi liar itructed as to
old Richter, i> mm expanding its ,.,,,.,_ _,.
. |).:n.sinn and ;i<
facilities t<> include i new school "" wm
building and enlargement of its ",('re Classrooms V ..
present sanctuarj {* *?* *n Groundbreaking ceremony on hc "wanea.
Sunday, :s p.m., will be attended Sanctuary refurbh (.,
bj many civic and religious leai- elude a modern in)
ers eled walla, stained
Contemporary in design through behind the enlarK*.i
cut. the new school building eon- cal ceilings.
g of six classrooms, office and sound systems
new sir-cond
uning
United Fund Unit Names Executive
Richard A. Weatherley. of South
Bend. Ind.. has been named ad-
ministrative executive of United
agency which was 'ncorpK,|,d
August, 1943.
Kneseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
will feature a Hiah Holiday Choir composed
of children fiom the community. Bottom row
Heft to riahO are John Uller. Allan Seii. Howard
Seii and Judd Zisguith. Back row (left to right)
are Gary Morowitz, Robert Greenberg, Jimmie
Reznekowitz, Jacob Weiss, and Allen Sloane.
Standing in the rear are Cantor Abraham Seif
and Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Swiss Press Favors Official's Slur
'.he Foundation \wi. ;u; ,,j
Fund's Health Foundation of Dde a central Coordinating agency tu
County, formerly known as the ''ring seven United Fund-support
Medical Research and Health Ser- *'(1 hcal,h and mediical r -arch
_ agencies under one lurisdj
vices Foundation. un
Agencies now in the Ki uimn
Wrntherley's appointment was ar,. Visiting Nurse As so. v.
announced by Dr. Julius Alex sociatlon for Child Guidan rim-
ander. Foundation president. jc*. Retarded Children. Society,
The 28 year-old administrative Mental Health Societ)
executive formerly was directX "1'1 sP***n Center, P
VEVA .11 A The Swiss
J : with growing concern here mount-
e\ idence ol an anti-Semitic
- campaign allegedly inspir-
". -' its Government. The
eommer'.v followed the
piation last week e n d ot
i g | ...
the mu- Foreign Ministry,
world situation. Mr. Serra, a
member of the Swiss foreign
service for 20 years, is also re-
ported to have warned Chris-
tians against "the Jewish dan-
ger," and to have charged that
the Jews have no right to Is-
rael.
.Mr St i ra's lion follow
Ji,S-
ol community services of SI
tion Some papers charged that cph County, Inc.
the enure affair was a put-up job. _
, ,. Or. Alexander said that Weath-
and tl.t the resifluMon was due tr|fcy wj|| guide fh# operitlon
to "underhand lobbying." of United Fund's newest health
Cancer Research [nsl
Mosounr DyatMphj S
I)r Alexander said thi
Fund has allocated to the
i,mi and it- seven ..-!>
74.; for 1964
il having made n'l,n! ncerning the
- :-- diplomat'- remarks in the
no ti-Jew .-l; remarks
linm r part) held at the home
: an Arab i.'-t
I ch
I schvig, pre-i-
the Federation of S
-h Communities, who heard
Kconomist <: London, along with
accusation that he was linked
the unhindered activities in
tzerland of Egyptian muni-
tion- merchant Khanui Hassan
It was noted here that Serra has
oi.iv resigned from his current
Incident from one of the ;*'-t. and it is believed likely that
i- at the dinner attended by
.- rra had lodged a strong pro
test to Swiss Foreign Mini-ter
Bdrich Wahlen some time ago.
Among the remarks attribut-
ed to Mr. Serra, which Kave not
been denied by the Swiss diplo-
mat, are accusations that the
Jews represent an "internation-
al conspiracy" and trt respon-
he will soon be appointed to a
hi^h-ranking po-t at the Swiss
Embassy in an important foreign
country
Expressing -shock and surprise"
at the resignation, a number of
Sui-> new-papers asserted that
Scrra's remarks were merely a
lack of precaution" and charged
the Swiss Zionist movement with
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sible for the current critical taking advantage of the -itua-
John Birch Society We'ghs
Democratic Element in Israel
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
\l w YORK JTA. The
[sra< 1 is 50 t" to per cent
r Communist influence ac
cording to the John Birch Society's
re board," published in the
it.- put lica-
American Opinion." Bj
same yarastick, the right-
- that the fritted
is in the 50 to 70 per
......isl control i
V' '- !-: el's m Syria
isted ai
munist m '. n i-
100 !' ci ni un
m muni si control; Egypt is
i 80 to
inon and Saudi Arabia
B per cent
r i n munisl (ontrol.
i to 10 per i ''nt
The Israel "soore" increased
Ly lo per cent from the i958 Birch-
ite appraisal because of Israel's
alleged failure to deal sternly
- >viel e-pionage scandals,
the probably permanent retire-
ment of (David) Ben Gunon from
political life," and Israel's tolera-
if not encouragement of "race
in Africa.
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN CANTOR MAURICE NEU and CHOW \
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Sermon 10:30 A.M.
Seats Available to Non-Members
Torah Players Scheduled
Petite ( bapeaua Bon I
ical -kit directed by Mrs Mae
mark, will be pr< sentt d by
i irah Players at a meeting
ol TOrafa Group oi Hadassah on
Mot at Pythian Hall, W
ler St
NORTH MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO A
Torah Dedication Service Saturday Night, Aug. 29, at 9
FOLLOWED BY SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT
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Psychiatrist Sees Singing Good for the Soul
Stride <1 W n
V, the avenue, in
the company of
friends and high
spirits, and lift
v o ii I" voice in
song to the heav-
ens. 11 the ave-
>e the Via Vcneto in Rome,
better have a diploma
your singing coach. If it
i any street in America,
better have a diploma from
neighborhood psychiatrist.
essence this polarity of re-
-, describes the Latin and
era attitude toward life in
according to Dr. Edmund
As a member of a Seph-
Jewista family who former-
esided in Italy and now
I his home in Miami, he is
in ideal position for making
. risons.
fehicle for Expression
' as .i practicing psychia-
and a performing opera
lr, he is uniquely qualified
judgments. Hut Dr.
would rather help people
iitle their self imposed
than make Judgments.
Ilike any flood Italian worth
cal chords, he just plain
I to siny.
sic is toe opposite of my
which demands self-con
. restraint and emotional
ment." said Dr. Cava.
ins complements my work.
L a vehicle for expression,
^fclea-e. Through music I
l^but my feelings."
DR. EDMUND CAVA
happy discovery
Dr. Cava is a tenor with the
Miami Opera Co.. which was
founded by Dr. Arturo di Filippi.
His first opera was in 1960, when
he appeared in Rigoletto." He
has done "La Traviata" and
Andrea Chenier" in a concert
performance. And he has been
singing regularly ever since.
"My musical instruction has
Ik in absorbed rather than learn-
ed," said Dr. Cava. "When I
was in the Air Force and station-
ed in Germany, I became friend-
ly with an Italian composer who
had once conducted for Caruso.
He gave me many suggestions
and helped me improve my voice.
Also Dr. Paul Csonka. the great
conduct! r from Cuba, who is
now with the Miami Opera Co..
has been teaching me. I was
never sure I had a voice until
the last five years. And. of
course, speaking Italian, Span-
ish and French has been useful
in learning parts easily."
Growing Sop.'iisficafion
Dr. Cava feels that Miami is
growing up fast musically Now
the audience is more sophisticat-
ed and sensitive to music. And
the music- being produced has
grown in discipline and caliber.
Paul Csonka makes the chorus
s uii'i goo i an I .i good chorus
makes an opera.
The ai tithesi oi the anti-hero
made fashionable in Italian
films, Dr. Cava applied his lucid
blue eyes, his positive thinking
and his bon vivant personality
to examining music in modern
society.
"I think the ouinow of music
is comparable to a spectrum of
colors." he said. "Music means
different things to different peo-
ple. It lends itself to interpre- |
tation, to subjective response on f
the part of the listener. Out of t
the emanations oi the orchestra
and his own life experiences, the
listener constructs a new inner
experience. While music is a
means of communication it is a
vague and nebulous form, sub-
ject to deflection on its course
from the performer to the re-
ceiver."
Relaxed Atmosphere
Possibly due to his Italian
roots. Dr. Cava finds the man-
ners and personality of life ;n
sunny Miami most preferable
He likes the informal living and
dressing, the relaxed atmos-
phere. His family, which con-
sists of his parents, who are both
physTciatTSTantl hf! DTOT.neru#W*
forced to flee the Italian Riviera
town of Genoa which was then-
home during the Mussolini era
His parents" licenses were re-
voked, and school was prohibit-
ed to him and his brother. While
the Cavas found little animosity
in the lialian pc71e, ncvcrttA.
le the anti-Semitic laws wer<
on the boohs anil observed. He
remembers the terror of the
Italian-Jewish community and
their looking to the Vatican for
support and protection. And he
remembers the Pope's apathy
Life in America offers many
compensations, and there are
many good laws on the books
Is there a law. one wonders,
against freely lilting one's voice
in song? Surely not. Sadly, one
realizes that this is a home-made
restriction, self-imposed, self-
defeating. It's time to write it
off: this advice, from the singei
and the psychiatrist.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
NOW REGISTERING FOR
NURSERY SCHOOL
Ages 3 thru 5 years
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Transportation Available
Open also to Non-members
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
SOUTH Itt'.AMI BRANCH
77th Ave. & S.W. 104th St.
(iScor Palfiei'o Bypass &
So. Dixie Hwv.
MAIN SCHOOL
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue
SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 31, 1964
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
For Information: Call School Office FR 1-1882
shkcl Feels Nik Won't Urge Arab Tiff
* JERJJSA.LI M i.l I \ rrmie
llnister*Levi Kshkol told Israel's
arliament this week that there
Ore grounds tor hoping that Sov-
.< Premier Khrushchev would not
IK-Ourage. the Arabs to resort to
ggressran against Israel's na-
ioJIal""firigat.iMi project
Winding up a foreign policy do
late concerning his visit during
fune ajyLJuly to the United States
ind France, the Premier said he
elt that the Soviets also would
efrain from supporting Arab
plans "Resigned to prevent our
irawing the waters we are en
litled' to" from the Jordan River
[or the" project.
Beauty Group
Names Chieftain
E. Albert Pallot, chairman of
Miami's Beaut if icat ion Committee.
_Jias announced appointment of Ann
fU'earson, head of feature Events
at Burdine's, to handle "Down-
town Improvement" lor 1W4-65.
-Amting changes looked lor arc-
new floral basket, from light
polea, removal ol merchandise
counters and displays from door-
ways, plantm, .H new tree- along
sidew&UBland possible rerouting
of t m> ,|u'n up extra p
trim and
He also asserted that Israel
could not ignore the fact that
Khrushchev had proposed that
the principle of rejecting changes
by force in present territorial
boundaries should apply also to
the Middle East, including Israel.
The Premier made the state-
ments in reply to opposition par-
ty criticism of his description,
during his visit to the United
States, of some pro-Arab state-
ments made by Khrushchev dur-
ing a visit to Cairo last May, as
"moderate."
to continue to supply arms to the
Arab countries.
lie cited as another reason for
his statements on the mat in- dur-
ing his United States visit that
he did not want to be Involved in
arousing any sharpening between
United States and Soviet relations. ,
Replying to another criticism. J
he said he had on various occa- (
sions criticized the "satanic ]
works" of the West German
scientists and technicians active
in the development of advanced
He added that
TEMPLE OR OLOM
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
to be held at the
Air Conditioned
WESTBROOKE COUNTRY CLUB
8500 S.W. 8th Street
FOR RESERVATIONS and INFORMATION
For Temple Or Olom members and non-members
CALL CA 1-9131
' or Make Reservations in person at Temple Or Olom, 8755 S
,.W. 16 St. j
weapons in Egypt.
Premier Eshkol added, however. the Israel Government was doing
that he had said he was appre- everything possible to persuade
hensive. and that he still was. the West German Government to
'concerning the interpretations, prevent its scientists from helping
that the Arabs might give to the the Egyptians to perfect destruc
Soviet Premier's statements, par- tive weapons for use against Is-
ticularly since he had promised rael.
Nursery Available Junior Services Conducted
ROSH HASHONAH SERVICES Sunday, September 6: 6 p.m
Monday, Sept. 7: 8 o.m. & 6 p.m. Tueiday, Sept. 8: I a.m.
KOL NIDRE Tuesday, September 15: 6 p.m.
YOM KIP PUR Wednesday, September 16: 8 a.m. Sunset
SAMUEL APRIL, Rabbi NICO FELDMAN,
inset i
I, Cantor
THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
soi mi hokum COUNCIL
EXTENDS TO ALL OF ITS FRIFNDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WITH,
AND TO WORSHIP IN ONE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA. We mv.te you to
join in the sacred task before us in the year 5725, one we hope will be a year of peace and blessing for all.
BETH SH0L0M
ROGRESSIVE REFORM
l,ON ON THE Di H
AllY INVITES YOU
TEND ITS ANNUAl
and Tell" Service
0NEC SHABBAT
TCMftEJETH SH0L0M
4149 Chase Avenue
ON
\ FRIDAY EVENING, AUG. 28 j
Hi 8:15 P.M.
? SO T#BvOU MAY "SAMPLE-

BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami FR 11882 FR 1-4795 6
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO CANTOR WILLIAM M. LIPSON
MR. MAX R SILVER. President
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 N E 163rd St., No. Miami Beach wl 7-7,:?8
RAW MAX 4. UPSCHITZ CANTOR BEN ZION KIRSCHENBAUM
MR. R.CHARD SNEIDER. President
OUHERVICES AND SEE
ourJBautiful FACILITIES
LEON KR0NISH, RABBI
DAVW CONVISER, CANTOR
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Highway, No. Miami Ph. 751-7578
RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN CANTOR HTMAN FE/N
MR. MERLE MICHAELS. President
B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 183rd St., Miami Ph. 624-2621
RABBI HAROLD R'CHTER CANTOR JACK URNER
MR. BERTRAM A. LEVY. President
TEMPLE ZION
5720 &,m-w?aai. m* han p0sh./ay/7*
,,..,, CIKIAI JEWISH COMMUNITY
TEMPLE SINAI CEnter of Hollywood
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood J** 3'1577
RAW DAVID SHAPIRO MR. SIDN11 KAY, PRIS.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach JE 8-2503
RABBI IRVING LtHRMAN CANTOR HIRSH ADLER
MR JOSEPH M. LIPTON President
TEMPLE MENORAH
Dickens Ave. *t 75th St., Mi?mi BeacS UN 6-0221
RABBI MATER A8AM0WITZ CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
MR. MAURICE REVITZ. President
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
951 Flamingo Way, Hialeah TU 7-9595
DR. LOUIS SAIHANICK, President
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 Zamora Ave., Coral Gables HI 8-7132
RABBI HERSHEl BROOKS CANTOR BIN DICKS0N
MR. ARTHUR DEUTSCH. President
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 S.W. 9th Way, Miramar, W. Hollywood Ph. 987-9031
RABBI IRtVTN CUTLER MR. SAM ROSENTHAL, President
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM HOLLYWOOD
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood WA 3-1573, 949-0501
RABBI MORTON MALAVJKT CANTOR ERNEST JTEINER
MR. CURT J. SCHLEIMER, President


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Friday. August 28
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Dr. Lipschifz to Chair Dinner Honoring
Margulies at Beth Torah on Sept. 19
DR. MAX UPSCHITZ
Youth Director
To Tcke Over
At Beth Sholem
Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood,
: : ounces the engagement ol a
1 II time profess ional youth direc-
Harold J Goldstein.
Gi Idstein ill be in charge ol
all youth activities, United Syna-
gogue Youth chapters, Boy Scout
troops, special youth classes, soc-
ial, cultural and religious func-
lioi s for tii<' youth.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiri-
tual leader, and Murray Cohen,
Youth Commission chairman,
said that the ensuing year
promises to be the greatest for
Temple Beth Sholem Youth Cen-
ter.
Golcl-tem has been a resident oi
Dade-Broward area since 1939. re-
ceived the Bachelor of Education
ice at the University of Miami
m 1951. taught art and social
studies at Driftwood Junior High
School, and received the Master's
i gree in guidance and counseling
Universitj oi Florida in 1963.
He has held the position of rec-
. ation director at Driftwood and
iffin Park Recreation Centers
i1 participated in the Broward
Count} summer recreation poriiram
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader ot Congregation Beth Tor-
ah. characterized Dave Margulies
as "a man Who does not seek hon-
ors hut who is honored by all
who know him.
"lie is a warm, humble man
who has won the respect and
esteem ot every member of our
congregation, as well as thousands
i i others in our community, lor
his quiet devotion to hi- syna-
gogue, our entire communitj and
th, State ol Israel."
Margulies will be honored at
the Beth Torah-lsrael Dinner on
Saturday, Sept. 19, at the con-
gregation. He will receive the
Israel Redemption Award.
Serving as chairman of the din-
ner will be Dr. Lipschitz, who
said that "because of the pro-
found significance oi this dinner
to Beth Torah and to Israel. I deem
it a privilege to assume the role
of chairman." Serving as CO-
chairman will he Irving Newman
Congregation president Is Richard
Sneider
Under Dr. Lipschitz' chairman-
ship, the dinner is expected to
lu one of the highlights on the
calendar of Jewish community ef-
forts this fall. Iii his five years
as spiritual leader oi Congrega-
tion Beth Torah. Rabbi Lipschitz
ha- made a profound impact on
the entire communitj Not only
his own congregation, but the
whole community has learned
that Rabbi Lipschitz has a deep
love and concern lor his fellow
uman beings. He preaches broth
illy hue. and he practice- it
Rabbi Lipschitz came to \
from Madison, Wis., when' he
I l the pulpit ol ation
Tot h for 12 yc irs This
Miner, he return, d to Madison
wiurc he received the first Doctor
i Philosoph) degree to be aw ard
ed bj the Universitj ol Wiscon-
sin's Department ol Hebrew and
S mitic studies, He had begun
his work towards tin degree while
spiritual leader oi the Madison
rogation.
He attended class) l r four
years and devoted three years to
writing his thesis, which is the
. rsl comprehensive stud} written
in English on Hassidim.
Newly-developed Picturephone is used by the B nai B'rilh
Youth Organization to make a face-to-face presentation across
900 miles. Sam Beber (on screen), founder oi Ah h Zadft i
Aleph, boys' division of BBYO, is awarded a special
anniversary menorah by current International AZA I esider.! ,TH E
Steven Morrison. Beber viewed the menoiah In '0*' *
while Morrison was in Washington. D.C. *M*on*
larht,
tfldn
hrae! Immigrants in Big Ruckus on Ship
HAROLD GOLDSTEIN
during past years. He is current-
ly guidance director at Olsen Jun-
ior High School. Dania. Fla. Gold-
stein will begin at Beth Sholem
on Sept. 1.
Doctors in Annual Meet
Animal meeting Of Cedars ot
Lebanon Hospital medical staff is
scheduled for Tuesday, 7:30 p.m..
at the hospital auditorium, it was
announce.I by Dr. Max Pepper,
chief of staff.

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New Rabbi
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Rabbi Kmanuel Eisenberg, for-
merly ol Fort Dodge, la., has ac-
cepted the post of spiritual lead-
ir of Temple Beth Sholoni in Lake
Worth. -
A native of Austria. Rabbi
Eisenberg went to Israel in 1939
and received his rabbinical degree
hi Jerusalem.
Rabbi Eisenberg also has a rab-
binical degree from the Sanheder
Harazanim of New York. He is
active in civic affairs in his for-
mer posts, where he was a mem-
ber of the Kiwanis and Elks.
Rabbi Eisenberg will live in
Lake Worth with his wife, Anne,
and young son, Harry.
Continued from Page 1-A
. considering means ol avoid
r, | -uch incidents in the future
One Cabinet Minister, who recent
iy traveled aboard an immi
ship, praised the devotk n and
patience ol Jewish Agencj emis
saries accompanying the newcom-
ers
The Cabinet also heard a report
by Prime Minister Lcvi Eshkol on
the details of the United Stati -
Israel desalination project
ment. He said the matter of the
project's financing had not been
raised by the American members
of the joint team of experts. He
9tressed that the matter would be
discussed only atter the experts
submitted their plans to their re-
spective governments
Mr. Eshkol also announced the
appointment of Mai. Gen. Zvi
Tsur. Israel's former Chief of
Staff, as the project's coordinator.
At the present stage, the project
ler > ie direction i I
icr's office
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For Holy Days
Rabbi J. Pollack, baritone, for-
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at Beth Israel High Holy Day-
services.
Now living in Brooklyn. N.Y..
Rabbi Pollack came to the Unit-
ed, States from behind the Iron
Curtain in 1962.
He will be accompanied and
assisted by his 14-year-old son,
who has gained his own reputa-
tion as a "wunderklnd" in the can-
torial world.
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[ichot Services Saturday Midnight
foot, the traditional penitential prayer service, will be held in
Worship throughout the Greater Miami area on Saturday at
The service serves to launch the High Holy Day season
ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
i Rabbi Isaac Ever.
i ii.tn. Saturday s.iii a.m.
' for Mltsvah: Larry Allen,
mil Mrs. Louis litni-s. 12
' Scili -bi.i services. Rermon:
jiik'.i'H. of the Midnight
Prayers." Cantor Leo l'r-
fcani lli* sort i<-e.
SHALOM CONGREGA-
SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Israel Ksrshntr.
iMMMmiftlJWmniuil,!,, I M
EMES. 2533
ktive. Rabbi
SW 19th
Abraham
Ave.
S'.h-
VID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
taboi Norman N. Shapiro.
illiam W. Lipton.
jfii in. Saturdaj '* a.tn. Bar
Hal]'l>. -ui : Mr mid Mis.
^Kz< i l--a- Mii/.vah: I'iboiah,
^^^Bf Mr. and Mre Vorniiin s
: niidiiiRht, Scliihot serv-
m
:TH ML. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
lox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
%! iday 4:1* .
ilffht, S*'lirhil Scia tivs. Sermon:
vildnlskt m
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CL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
Berel Wein.
CANDLEUGHTING TIMt
20 Elul 6:25 p.m.
^ !
.. i <
St..
tor
Homestead. Conservative. Can-
Pincus Aloof.
Richard M.
Leviton.
---
!?.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Raturday '.< a.m. 12 midnight, Sellchol
Services in ili.- n.tii Hamldrah.
School's Junior IIIkIi stud.nth will
participate.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI, 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Ythudah
Heilbraun.
Raturday a.m. 12 midnight, Sellchol
s.-i vices.
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. IS midnight, Sell-
phot Services. Sermon: "Arise and
Sing in the Night."
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Wein-
schneider.
r>ldnv 6:15 p.m. Saturday S:::i> a.m.
Sermon: "nomocracy and Religion."
Silncba 6:30 p.m. 12 midnight, Sellchol
Si-rvicrs.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
MIN VON AIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd- Modern Traditional.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
]-vii*v 1: *(id-K:i.~> p.m. Sermon: "Fu-
gitives from Justice." Saturda) n a.m.
12 midnight. SaUchol Services.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
^Saturday B a.m.' 12 midnight. First
Si llchot.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Ki iila\ 6 i'.in. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Sellchol1'ri-liid*.- to tile New
Y.ai." :i p.m. A Torah Scroll, donated
by Mr. anil Mrs. Philip Pine and Miss
Bett] Mellner, will be dedicated. Bell-
rhot Sarvloa will follow at 12 mid-
night.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday *:'M p.m. Sermon: 'Highlights
from Jewish History." Saturday 11:15
a.m. liar Mitzvah: Douglas, son of
Mr :inil Mrs. William WObiegmutbi
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mis. Gerald
Weinsleln. 12 midnight, Sellchol can-
dlelight service .
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber- |
man.
Saturday 8:80 a.m. 12 midnight. Bell
hot Services.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tin- Penl-
i. ntlal Mood.

4

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:
OB. 301-311 Washington
idox. R.ibbi Tibor Stern,
rice Mamches.
Saturday
Iding ior Tmiih
hoi Services.
s :::n
I I OU
a in. 1
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
By Repenting Transgression
We Return to God's Fold
ESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Traditional. Rabbi Max
Intor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
i^i^Hti .1 in
^^^^^m Humanity.'" pin
Portion
ecavttona."
Service.
TH MOB HE CONGREGATION.
30) W. Dhir Hwy. Conservative,
nter Hyman Fein
y 8:15 p.m. stuhhi: "Mailed
out Cause >.ii'iMla\ VI.". a.m.
Mitzvah: I 1
Mrs. Bern,
nan M. Coli. 11 "ill officiate at
V
M. "Cob.
*** 1^.
H RAPHAEL.
:hodox. Ralph
y-
y 8:15 p.m. s.
." Saturday v
Alan, son If v
nthal. 11:30 1
Vri%.iac HMo ih
139 NW 3rd Ave.
Krieger, secre-
11: "Social T.-n-
a in. Bar Ultx-
ind Mrs. Irving
(ellchot sermon:
Night."
4
H TFILAH- 935 Euclid Ave Or-
lox. RabJtl Joseph E. Rackovsky.
^ TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
1. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
Itz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
m.
y 8 p.m. Satn- : 1 m r..i
ah: Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carvln; Midi
Sain Axelrod. Hill\. son ol Mr.
vlra. Jerome l.an--. r. il' midniulit.
tot Penitential \ 1. .
.1 RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
iservative. Rabbi H.uom Richter.
itor Jack Corner.
-day a.m. 1 i m .- ...
oe.
OLE* ORANADA
Conservative. Rabb
50 NW 51st
David Ros-
eld. Cntoj jBsorge Goldberg,
day I a.m. lz midnight, Sclich.it
ces.
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Biitu TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Saturday :i a.m. 11:30 p.m. Sellchol
Keivice. Sermon: "Alone With One-
self."
By RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
The concept of repentence is
central within the framework of
our philosophy. Teshuvah is re-
lated to transgression. If one
transgresses, he has to repent,
to come closer to God. This is
related therefore to acts of omis-
sion as well as acts of commis-
sion. One must repent not alone
for things he has done that were
wrong, but also for things he did
not do, which should have been
done.
In this connection, no one is
free from Teshuvah. The human
personality is an integrated unit.
Transgression against man is
also a transgression against
God, and therefore it necessi-
tates repentance in our relation
toward man and towards God.
Man should repent every day,
for we do not know our later end.
God is near to all who call upon
Him. In truth, like a merciful
Father. He forgives. The sinner
parts from his sins, banning
them from his thoughts, and
pledging in his heart never to
commit them again.
A few weeks ago, a young
couple were attacked in Times
Square. New York, and no one
came to their rescue because
onlookers were afraid. "Wo
didn't want to get involved,"
they said, but it is written: "In
a place where there are no men,
be thou the man." Man survives
only by attaching himself to
humanity.
"Are we frightened? Are we
to keep silent and not demand
justice? Let us do Teshuvah.
Let us return. There is a story
of a prince who did wrong, and
his father the king, drove him
out of the palace, giving him a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
. Ernest Steinor.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
rrlday 8:1.1 p.m Annual "Show and
IYH" s-ci \ i< -.--. Saturday 10:45 a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
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.
Saturday 13 mldnlghtf Sellchol Barv-
Ices. Sermon: "(loo r-orgtvee, mu."
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Konnic, son of Mr. and Mrs.
diaries Simon. 12 midnight, Sellchod
Bervlces. Bermon: "The Preparation or
the ii- art '
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
l-'i i.la.v vl." p.m.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Friday 8:1B p.m. Saturday 11 p.m.
Sellchol Services.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Saturday 9 a.m. 12 midnight, Etollchot
Services.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Brceh.
Friday s: l r. p.m. Strmon: "Man'*
Spiritual Return." Saturday *:<" a,m.
Bar Mitzvah: Nathan, son of Mr. an-1
Mrs. Marvin I* Goldman, and ::i.-.iiil-
-ii of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kastan.
11:80 p.m. Seiichot sermon: "On tho
id-ink of Bternlt). '
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday 8:13 p.m. linai B'rlth Sabbath.
I'ulplt guest, Judge Milton Friedman.
Members of Harmony. Freedom and
North Had. BB Lodges will partici-
pate.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
F.lilav 8 I". p.m. Sermon: "In Awe of
Uod." Saturda: v|:> a.m. Sermon
"Portion of the Week." 12 midnight,
Selii hot.
TEMPLE ZI0N. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
Saturday : a.m. Bar Mii/.vah: Ross
son of Mr. and Mm Max Rubin, l^
midnight, Sellchol Services.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
r'tlda.N >>:30 p.m. Sermon: The World-
wide Community." Saturday 9 a.m.
Si 1111..11: "Portion of thi Wc ek Bar
Mltzvnh: Jeffrj Paul, -......I Mr. and
Mis. IHtvld Karsh Sellchol midnight
YOUNG ISKAtL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Ft Ida) 8: 10 |i m. Saturday 10 a m
Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Min-
olta 6:30 p.m.
**
RABBI DAVID ROSEN HID
let vs return
very valuable golden ring in or-
der that he may look at it and
some day repent. The prince
sank lower and lower. He fear-
ed that his friends would rob
him of the ring. He burnished
it with some cheap metal in or-
der to disguise it. But one day,
he felt sorry for all his wrong
deeds, and repented, and as he
repented, he removed layer af-
ter layer of the tarnish, until
the golden ring returned to its
former lustre
He came back to the palace,
and his father accepted him with
love and open arms. "Thou wilt
return to the Lord thy God."
God grant us a Happy New
Year.
WANTED
CANTOR
Conservative Synagogue
AFTER HOLIDAYS
YEAR-ROUND POSITION
Write Now:
P.O. Box 127, Miami 64, Fla.
Hollywood School
Reveals Schedule
Hy Rothstein, principal of Hol-
lywood Beth El Religious School,
announces that registration for all
classes, including kindergarten to
10th grade, and all Hebrew classes
will take place on Sunday from 9
to noon in the Tobin Auditor-
ium.
The Religious School will oper-
ate on a double session Sundays
for Kindergarten through eighth
grade. Pre-Confirmation "Depart-
ment, ninth and 10th grades, will
meet Saturday mornings. Hebrew
classes will be scheduled on Sun-
day.
Beginner's Hebrew will meet
i Wednesday afternoons, 4 to 5 p.m.
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Special Community Memorial
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TO BE CONDUCTED BY
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AT 11 A.M.
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TEMPLE MENORAH
11:30 A.M.
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By MAX LERNER
An Open Letter to Barry Goldwater on Extremism in the U.
Dear barry goldwater:
when c;<>\ Nelson Rockefeller
expressed hi- sense oi shock at
your now classic sentence about
extremism, you seemed a bit shak-
en, tried a lew verbal leints. then
passed the burden to Rockefeller
by asking him to "put down in
writing his definition of extrem-
ism." Very sensibly the Govern-
or, being a good politician, refus-
ed to do your work for you. But
since 1 am only a writer and
teacher, 1 am happy to try my
hand at it. Maybe it will help in the discussion that is
now sweeping not only the country, but Europe and Asia
as well.
First, let us get rid of some lake gambits that you
and your lieutenants have tried, and that I do you
credit. One 1 call the patriotic war gaml il "Is il ex-
ne action," you asked Rockefeller, "foi
give their lives in Vietnam?" A soldiei wh lights at
In- country's command, alter a decision made by the
President and Congress under the law "l Hie land, is
no extremist in any sense that makes sense he is sim-
ply a good soldier, How different this is from those
no. without any command from the nation and with-
out any respect lor the Constitutional rights or the civil
liberties of others, rail against them, defame them,
threaten them, seek to silence them. It is a shabby
tning, Senator, to wrap the flag of the soldier around
such men. It debases the soldier and debases the Hag.
Next let US get rid Of the Patrick Hcnrv gambit,
which tries to equate the extremists ol todaj with the
leaders ol the American Revolution and the Founding
Fathers of the nation During the San Francisco debate
on the "extremism" amendment to the platform, Sen
r Dominick, ol Colorado, tried to mock the
Hiii b} reading to the convention what |
n anti-Patrick Henrj editorial from *!
- oi 1765 Even in terms of convent;
. a low blow, since the Times didn't exiM u
When called on this. Dominick said he would do |
csearch and Id the people know. We ari
ing for the results,
Your Vice Presidential running mate. William
-din- ii take the same line in explaining y<
ing. So does Charles Percy, running lor Govi
Illinois, who is unhappy about your sentence I
nan Revolution i over, and a defense of Patricl
at tin- dale scarcely deserved all the heavj ei
>iu gave the sentence in your speech. And
really mean that the John Birchen, the Klat:-'
Fascist and Communist crackpots, the member-
White Citizens Councils are modern versions ol
Henry, Sam Adams and Thomas Jefferson''
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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
An Optha/mo/ogist's Profound Contribution to Zionism
VISION: A Biography of Harry Friedenwald by
Alexandra Lee Levin. 488 pp. Philadelphia:
The Jewish Publication Society of America.
S5.00.
THE SUBJECT OF this hook was nationally prom-
' inent as ophthalmologist, as community lead-
er, as historian, as book lover and collector, as
Zionist, and as educator. The biography, charm-
ingly written alter enormous research among thou-
sands of papers, traces the personal history ol a
noble character, and portrays the several aspects
ol an outstanding career.
As ophthalmologist, "Dr. Harry" was not only
a distinguished practicing clinician, but also Pro-
(essor ol Ophthalmology, Outside of his profession,
Friedenwald was a leader in local and national
community affairs. As historian and book lover.
he wrote extensively and gathered a unique col-
lection of manuscripts and incunabula.
In 1919. alter the victorious British armies had
occupied Palestine, upon recommendation of Bran-
deis and Mack. Friedenwald was chosen by the
World Zionist Organization to head the Zionist Com-
mission in Palestine. This was the beginning ol
the political organization which subsequently be-
came the Jewish state, it was important that a
man of Friedenwaid's stature and character be
Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
The Bnei Israel Case and its Resolution
Jerusalem
MORE THAN A hundred mem
her- ol the Bnei Israel com-
munity in Israel have staged on
one of Jerusalem's main streets
,, sit-in strikewhich at the time
of writing is entering its third
weekand about 2.000 of the coun-
try s 8.000 Bnei Israel Jews last
v eek converged upon the capital
in a demonstration charging discrimination by the
Israel Rabbinate. The demonstration was joined
by a number of leading Israeli personalities, and
the oppositon parties have decided to demand the
holding of a special Knesset session to take up
the issue.
Are the numbers of the Bnei Israel community
really being discriminated against? Is the outcry
accompanying their protests justified?
The Chief Rabbinate vehemently rejects the
accusations, and the National Religious Party has
charged that the matter is being used as a political
weapon and as a means of undermining the author-
ity of the Chief Rabbinate. They point out that,
in fact, it v\as the Israel Rabbinate that, two years
{O, tnok the bold step to put down the barriers
that for hundred- of years stood between the Bnei
Israel and the rest ol Jewry.
To understand the present controversy, one
should bear in mind its background which involves
the unique history and character of this small c m-
nity. According to their own tradition, thej
came to India from Palestine 2.000 years ago. The
first record available dates back to the year 1833
hen an emissary from Safed, Rabbi Shmuel Ab-
bo. reported about the "Jewish tribe" that lived
there in ignorance of Jewish laws and custom-
However, he had no doubt about their Jewishness
and indeed the rabbis of Safed then ruled that they
ought to be accepted as full Jews.
The Indian Jewish community accepted this
ruling but the ban on intermarrying with members
of the Bnei Israel remained and was later fortified
by a ruling of the rabbis of Jerusalem and of
Baghdad. Their reason was the Bnei Israel's dis-
i jard of the marriage and divorce laws; specific-
ally, they did not formally divorce their wives,
thereby raising the possibility of bastardy.
The Bnei Israel Jews admitted that their mar-
riage and divorce customs differed from those gen-
erally practiced by Jews, but claimed that their
divorced or widowed women were never permitted
to remarry >o that the question of bastardy was not
relevant.
The problem took on an acute form when sev-
eral thousand of the Bnei Israel community mov-
ed to Israel. Unlike India, where they lived sep-
rated from the main body of the Indian Jewish
community, here the question ol intermarriage arose
soon alter their arrival.
As We Were Saying: By K03ERT E. SEGAL
Dismay About the Vanishing American Jaw
QUR PUNDITS HAVE been pondering
V the case of the vam-hing Jew for t f**
i ral months now. and this languid B
summer season is perhaps best for stop- !
ding to reflect on the various specula- |
turns bringing forth this sad-to-contem-
plate possibility.
(ine doesn't recall at the moment
whether it started with the article in
Look or with publication of a study-
indicating that whereas we are now perhaps 3 per cent
of the population of the United States, we probably will
be less than 1 per cent of same by the turn of the cen-
tury. (Our low birth rate and tendency to melt into the
fast-growing, non-religious or other-religious general
population suggest that just as we number 5.500.000 now,
90 shall we number 5.500,000 in 2000.) Nor does the fact
that American Jews today are more than 40 times as
plentiful as American Quakers assuage the pain for
,-ome who fear the worst for Jewry. But the Friends
have always done extremely well a- a small hand, and
that should be some comfort.
It dues not take much looking around to lean- I
Ihini are changing for us, Intermarriage, assimilation,
affluence, and an abundance of oppor unities without
ilie traditional impediments of discrimination have help-
edso the woe-criers say-to bring us to the near-van-
i-'ung point The living is easy, the pains ol adjust-
ment as American immigrants are behind us, the uri e
to conform is well-nigh irresistible, and the path of exit
from Jewish life and the Jewish community is poorlv
guarded.
At the heart of our dismay is the speed with which
many young people are casting loose from Jewish moor-
.ngs. if there is an honorable reason for this, perhaps
:t is that young people everywhere now are committed
to the great universalpeace, justice, charitv love of
neighbors and mankind. In their haste to embrace the
magnificent verities, such particularisms as a Jewish
f^ith, ritual, discipline, parochialism strike them as one
i.iorc lock to be broken.
on the spot to deal with the British author:';
ihr one hand, with the disorganized Jewish
tlements on the other, and to lav the foundst
oi the lutiire Commonwealth.
Significant measure ol the man it is the
dui tin- prior io the ostabli>hmcnt of the L.
ol Nation- prior to the British Mandate in
to establish the Jewish national home, prio; to
ih'.' decision ol the victorious allies in San i; -
in April in 1920, prior to the treaty of Sevres,
pri r lo ihe conclusion of peace with German)
VII i'i his friends knew Friedenwald as a 1>
i'd. cultured, kindly, generous, human being.
e-t ano tolerant of the win. of others, he St
to hi- convictions, Thus, when the American
ish I n m it tee declined to Join in the first "A
ican Jewish Congress, he severed bis members
v Men ;.i the organization of Dropsie College
in- Cyrus Adler, differed I
ment h terminated hi- relationship.
I ll. dassah will be fascinated to
aid profoundly influenced th<
M Functioning of that orgamzal
The author leave.- no room for misunderst
' "' Id ir: mainspring oi Friedenw i I -
deep si nse "I dutj as a member
He was conscious oi the i I
therebj Such people were "chi
to fcllov the oath.- ol righteousness.Outsl rev ^w
by Rcbert Szold.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
IF THE UNITED STATES we. in a
situation in which it needed aid from
;a country dominated by Birch?rs. t
! would be ineligible for succor since it
would come under the Birchite formula
that no Socialist or Communist country
is deserving of mercy. Crazy? Per
hap- But that is the only conclusion
to ue drawn from a recent piece in the
a*. Biuhite journal, American Opinion.
According to the publication's scoreboard" the rate
of Communist Influence in the United States is rupidiv
reaching the over 70 per cent mark, a development whic'
would automatically exclude the U.S. from aid under
the Birihites formula if they were the rulers of the
world coffers
Nor does Israel fare better with the Kirche .. In
Ihe Birchers ,{,uh] on,v (|(,,(.(t a CommunIsl ,nfhl.
ence ol between io and do per cent, but now. they whim-
50 and 70 per cent, which puts Israel
Pan: ith the s How they arrived at
'"" l TSe. one of the mysteries that -
B'rch movement itseli Israel has not
'"' >an .w., or three Communist
'"> oiu 120-sea Parliament. Sureta the Birchite*
^M;;,. mthmetical measurement of their own
'""' h'8her score for Israel, vav- the Birchite Ibeel
' '1:!,7,' 8ber of developments, amongthe -thev
"'man. oi participation in efforts to ince race
Jjrm Africa in conformity with the Communist pur
"hi'""> arVhardbcoS f" rthriil on f,chl
fighttng phantoms' """Patent to complain against
'hov^re'-'XtronedV"0 ^^ Bt ,h" <<- 'hat
moiopolfzed noKS JZ a f Sot,aIis clique which has
ish colonization P-*W frm "rl>' *W ><-
a:
,
As the Birchites See It i
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LEGAL NOTICB
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the
' NOTICE 9V PUBLICATION
1me CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fen/ENTH JCO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
.FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
rOUNTV. IN CHANCERY
N ,640 8600
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I'lalnlirr.
Innetii bier,
suit for divorce
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:\m: 'Ml BIRR, are hen b>
C '.',, ihHl ii BUI "I Complaint for
,, has I II Hied BgalOHl you.
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Answer or Pleading to thi-
ef complaint "ii the plaintiff's
,n.-v, RICHARD MORTON. ifUr.
S- iid Avenue, Miami, Florida.
nil! lllr '"-. 'I AllsWcl or I'lead -
m Hi.- of Ii i>f it"' Clerk .>f the
i nit Court on >-i befoM the tlh day
.-.. ].r. ruli.-r. i-'.l. If you fail l" il<>
ment b\ default will lie taken
llnat vou for the relief demanded
tin- Bill of '.....plaint.
Mils notice "hall !> iil>lishcd onue
ili week for four cnnstcutlva weeks
|tiit; .1 BWIS i PLORIDIAN.
iNE AM- ORDERED at Miami,
riiia, this ird da) of August, a.U.
k i.i: v HERMAN, Clerk,
cult Court, i ...!.- County. Klm-uia
|) By: E. II 1. AN WAV.
i mty < 'lei k
?Ai:i> Ml >RToN
I-:. 2nd \v. mi.'
Fia.PI. "-84H
HI} Ii.- .
8 :-i-_ 1 28
BY HENRY LEONARD
vDAmtU
HTHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
Irs AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORID*IN PROBATE
No. 64046-A
IF: Estnti
IKHECC \ S KIN
-.-. .!<.-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ill i redltn ind -Ml Persona Hav-
llalnis >- manda Against frteld
i r.' hei. .-. notified and re -
ti. present any claims ami de-
whlch > may have against
hi :.. of REBECCA STEIN de-
late : Dade t'ounty, Florida,
County Judges of Had.' Coun-
I rile the Mime in duplicate and
rlded In flection 7tt.lt, Florida
1*1.. in tl I office* In the Coun-
grthi Uw in Dade County. Flor-
iii -i\ ralendar months from
,.r th- first publication here-
i .- s in'- will be Liu re.l.
>-.: at Mia nl. Florida, this 4th
I tugust, \.D. |M4.
|PHIK 8TEIN ASTKACI1AK
A- lAeeutrlx
publication of this notice on
day of August, 1964.
fH A FRIEDMAN
f..r Ex.....itrtx
i.-l.y Bull Una
S/T-l t-2I-L-i
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"Then it's agreed. For the High Holidays all of us
will wear simple white dresses, with no jewelry."
Co.ji 1964. Oaycnw Piododioni
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 6899
THE WILL1AM>"BURGH
SAVINGS RANK
Plaintiff,
CHARLES U SI'AIIKS. .t ux,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Charlee I.. Spark* and
iva Mae Sparks, bis wife
:*.lo Stevenson Street
Jacksonville, Alabama
Vim ar- li.'.liy notified that the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted aaalnst you In the Circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit ol Flor-
ida in and for i>adi- County to fore-
close a mortunite upon the following
described real property:
Lot l Block ;'. CUTLER RIDGE
SECTION THREE according to
the l'Lit thereof, recorded In Plat
Book R5 ;u Pace 88 "f the Public
Records of Bade County, Florida.
You are required to file your an-
swer i" plaintiffs complaint with the
clerk nf the aforesaid Court, and
ssffve b i'"i> the'reof upon plalntlfrs
attorney MARTIN FINK. I Ith l'l......
Dade Federal Building, Miami 32.
Florida nol later than Sept. 82, 1964,
..I- a Degree l"r>> Confesso "ill be en-
tered against you.
Urtsd. August II, 1864.
R. B, LBATHERMAN
Cli rk >.f the Circuit Courl
is.;ili By: HELEN KE88LER
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN PINK
AttAi n. \ for l inintiff
llili Kl.-.i n.i-i- Pederal Bile
Ml urn 12, Plori.lu II 21 -28, : l-n
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LEGAL NOTICE
j)TICE BV PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IIDA IN AND FOR DADE
)UNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8669
ASNfjMAK WimiTKN.
Hai -ii
l.AUBA'.. W" :'N.
Dei. i-..!nm
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
P'RAL W< -i 'TKN
Kouth II -t St.
Iladelphla) Pa.
.Al'KM. WOOTEN, a'" Ii- I'-
ll .i ii.i t a Hill of < "omplalnl
ha been filed agalnsl
|d you are required t" serve
of your Answer or Pleading to
,.f Complaint on the Plain-
fttorno' ~ ESME.N ESSEN,
p:m a ii-'.> Btllldlns;, Miami,
[and fll.. the original Answer
lnE in the office "f the Clerk
It, mi -' irl mi ir before ih-
Bf September, 1944. If ym fall
induni-in by default "ill be
{. r,.r the relief de-
El the i11 of Complaint,
stlce Mhall be published once
bk !" .-ii--. ,-nti\ -. k>
KWISH KLORIDIAN,
UNI' ORDERED at .Miami,
llii- i day of August, A.D
i.i: v i HERMAN, Clerk.
niri '. le r,.urn \. Plorl'la
B) E II LANWAY,
i Clerk
ESSEN i:si,i-
l: |ful tiff
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIl'B IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiinl. rsiMi, d. deslrlna t. ensjasTe
in '-iisin.-ss under th- fictitious names
..I HOPKINS DISt'Ol'NT CENTERS,
HOPKINS MARTS at :n-!':'. Miracle
Mi-. Coral Oablrs, Blorldn Intends to
regist.-r said i,ami's with the Clerk if
the Circuit t.oui-t of Bade County.
Florida.
PINETREE OP CORAL tlABLES,
INC.
KOVNER MANNHEIMBR
Attorneys for Pin. tree of
i !oral laldi-s. Inc.
B S1-2S, 9 1-11
K S^ PUBLICATION
;iRC IT COURT OF THF
H JLJ CIAL CIRCUIT OF
)A IN AND FOR DADE
TV, IN CHANCERY
N) o4C 8531
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It'll:' i-i: k. VVOHL, are
RunI lhal a Hill ..f Com-
Blvortt has been filed
and you ai- required to
of mi Answer or Plead
Bl Complaint on the
at'-'i v. PAUL KWIT-
WRK. 120 l.ln.-i.lii Road,
Ch. n.-iii.i. Mitt and (lie
Answer or I'l.-aiiiiiK in
'he Clerk of the Circuit
ft- Itefore the 9th day of
JMi if you fall to do so.
SB) default will he taken
for the relief demanded
i>f Complaint.
hall be pabllahed once
r foui i onaeeutl> \v- ska
isil PLORIDIAN.
D ORDERBI) al Miami.
SlSI day of July. A 11
H&A rHERMAN, Clerk.
art. Dade County, Florida
BN CAVANAQH,
JI>eput> ('Ink
ITNK : i:si.>rii;i:
l:
I
8/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8732
MAVIS B. i HUNS
Plaintiff.
VS.
Kl.' >YI> RI'SSELL COINS
U-f.-mlant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: Kl.oYI' KI"SSI-:i.l. COINS
Residence l-nknown.
Y..U, ki.hyii itrssi:i.i. noiNS.
sre hereby notified thai a BUI of
Complain) for Divorce lias been filed
against Vou, and vim are r.-i|iiireil to
serve a copj of your answer "i plead-
ing tn the Bill "f Complaint on the
plaintlfCs attorney I R. Mayers, urn
Congress Building, Miami. Kin., and
t,. rile the original anawer <>r plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or bet..... the 8th day
<>r September, 1914. if you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against >..u for the relief demanded
in tii- Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Pl.< "HUMAN.
DON"! AM> ORDERED al Miami,
PI a tliis Mil day nf August, A.D.
IM4.
i: B. I.BATHERM VN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Klorlda
(seal) B' : B. H I VN'WAY.
Deputy cu-rk
1. U. Mayers
Attonie) ai Law
I no Congi esa Kulldlng
Miami. Put Ph. Sil-1328
v 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVBN that
I hi uiniei -iliii, -d, desiring lo engage in
Iniylness under tin- fictitious names
ol KTERI.INfi IM.IS
Sl'I'Elt CAN
MEHI I'
111 TEX
M (RTHEP.N ST \K l.Alil'
,|| 7:'.'',n N \\ i Ii Ai, ml. Miami,
I i,i ida intends to register said names
-th the Ch ii- of the Circuit 'ourl --f
I Ii Co int> Plot Idll
Sill iRTENINH CORP. I 'I FL4 IRIDA,
INC.
Bj : Pi raid) nt George Tin obald
\ VRON M K VNNBH
24" s.,iiiu- Trust Bldg.
Miami :'.-'. r loi Ida
Attornej i'-i Shot i, nlng Corp,
i ; i-"i,,i Ida, Inc.
v 7-14-21-tt
NOTICE UNDER
nui iwat unutu
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VI3N that
thai the undersigned, desiring to en-
...... i.\ l.n^i.ii.feiw ui,!..,- th. Ii. -i-i ,n-
Florida.
IHNETREE < >P CORAL
ii VBLES, INC.
KOVNER .v. MAXNHEIMER
Attorneys for Pinetree "f Coral
Oables, inc.
8 .'l-;'v '' III
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61046. A
lii RE: Estate "f
CLAIRE coii.kt
I Wceaxod.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demauda Agulnat
Said Estate:
Yi'ii are hereby nidified and re-
quired i" present any claims and de-
mands which ^"ii may have against
the estute of il.AIKK QOULBT de-
ceased late ,,t I'ad.- County, Blorlda,
to th.- County .indues of I >ade Coun-
ty, and file the same in their offices
in i in- County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eiaht calendar
months fri.ni the date "f the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
MAI'RICE LBPCOE
Administrator C.T.A.
ESSEN Si ESSEN
Attorneys
I28X Alnsli v Bldg.
Miami. I-I.i.
8 21-28 9 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63972-A
IN RE: Estate -d
DAVID MAKCIS
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are lier.-hy notlfl.il and re-
quired to present any I laims and d-
matiiU which you nut] have aguinst
the -slate of OAVIP MAKCIS de-
ceased late of Dado County, Florida,
to the Countv Judges of Osde Coun-
ty and file the same In duplicate and
aa provided III S.-.tioii TI8.lt, Florida
statutes, iii their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Wor-
lds, within si^ calendar months from
the time of the lirst publication here-
of, or the same "ill be barred.
Dated al Miami, Kloridu, this tun
daj of July. x ''";i
DR. VICTOR M \K( is
CM tRLOTTE SAROPF
\- Executors
publli atli ii of this noli,- on
the Ttli -i ij ol Vllgust, 1984.
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney f"i Estate
i i. ncolu R i Mi in I" I'- '"'
8 7-11-21 -28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SECURITY TRAINING SERVICE nt
ICMt W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami
Beach Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RITA l.. ZARCH,
Sole iwner
PAUL KU I'I'NKY of
Sllversteln, Kwltne) ft CloudIss
Attorn.> for tpplirunt
IL'ii Lincoln Road 8 7-14-21 -28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64000-D
IN RE: Estnti o(
RICHARD II WISENBAKER
l-. eaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to i".....i any claim- and -l
manda "inch you mt) have agninsl
the estate of RICHARD II WISEN-
UAKF.lt decease'.' late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, i" ih. County Judges of
Old- c......ty, and file the sun- In
duplicate iin-l na pi o> Ided In Si lion
7:::'. Hi. Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar in.-nth- from the time of the
tirst publication h.-ieof. or the mm
will he barred,
Mated nt Miami. Florida, this 30tb
day of Juls, a n. 1984.
Till 'MAS CHARLES WISKNH KKES
ami ROBERT VV'ISENDAKER,
as Co-i".\. cutora
First luihlicatlon of this notice on
the 7Ui day of August, 1944.
ARONOVITB, SILVER ft BCHER
Attorney for CO-ExecUtorg
67 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida
t/y-14-ti-tt
NOTICtl UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB is HEREBY GIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COMMERCIAL CARPET AND FUR-
NITURE at .".'''..'. S.\V. Nth Street.
Miami intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Courl
of Dade County. Florida.
INTERIORS BY BUZANNE, INC.
:( Fin -'"""-.-ition
MORTIMER S, COHEN
Ai tome} lor v Ii ant
ilJ Al isle] Dldg.
i 1-8J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U OICI AL C I RCU IT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9143
SALVADOR 'SUEDES MIRANDA
Plaintiff,
vs,
JULIA SKSIX C,CEDES,
I >> fend.nit
NOTiCF BY PUBLICATION
YOU. .ICI.iA SESIN GUEDES, San
Mimi. l i7. Santa Clara, I'ul.a. are i.-
[|uired t" file your anawer to the Com-
plalut for Ui voice with the Clerk of
the above styled Court, ami serve a
copy thereof 'jpoli Herman Cohen,
I-:.i.. 131U-U i.onni.ss Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, .-n or before hV-ptember
list, i'.*>:i. oi elan complaint "ill l>e
taken as confessed. Dated August 17,
r.'i.i.
/ B. B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of tht Circuit Court
(weal) By: Marguerite Morford
Deput) Clerk
B/21-28, '. i-ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctitous names of
Biscayne Ballroom; Blseuyne u.iii-
loom iiaiic- Club at -40 N.E. 8th
street. Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
ister said names with the Clerk >.f the
Circuit Court ,.1 Dade County, Florida.
DANCING ii dtl'i IRATII >N
OF AMERICA
a Florida Corp.
MARVIN I. WIENER
Attornev for Applicant
I'll Alnsl.-i Bnlliilne____S'H-21 -2S, ->'j
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8877
KDELMIRA MARTINEZ, ;i k a
IIIFI.M \ MARTINEZ,
Plaintiff,
VS.
HECTI >l; A. MARTINEZ
Defendant.
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
ctor A. Marline/.
i ., Mrs. i.ii/ m. ilarcta
1111.1 Tiffan. Street. Apt 8-C
Bronx, N.T.
You, iiector a Martinet, are here-
by notified that a Hill ol < uinpiaini
for Divorce has I.....n filed againsi
you, ami >on are required to sen's a
cop) "f your Answer or Pleading to
the Kill of Complaint on tin* Plain-
tiff* a attorney. Ray A. Munson, 840
Ingrahum Building, Miami, Florida
88181 and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
loth da> of Septi mber, 1984. If you
rail to do >,.. juugmeul by defauli v^hi
lie taken against you for th- rellel
demanded In '.i-- i'-'il of Complaint.
This ii-- i -ii.ill be published once
eni ii "e. k fm i -ii, consecutl> ., ka
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN,
DttXE VND oRI IERKI' al '
Florida, this th daj of August, A.D.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 9250
TINA SUE I'll.I.S
Plaintiff
ROBERT EUGENE I'll.I.s
I lefellilant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: ROBERT EUGENE Idl.l.S
1417 Hannah Avenue
Knoxvlllf, T. tin.
You ROBERT EWENtB I'll.I.-.
;ue hereby notified thai s BUI ol
Complaint for Divorce has been Rled
njatnsl vou, and you are re|Ulred ti
~,-i v.- a copy of your Answer .-r [lead-
lug to th.- BUI of Complaint on the
PHilntlfra attorn. .-. SHBVIN, GtK>l-
MAN ft ll.il.l'/.MAN. :',li. Heybold
Building, Miami 82, Florida, and flu
the original Answer or Pleading in
tl.....fflce of the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court on or I- h re the ttrd day .-t
s. ptember, 1984. If >"ii fall t" Jli
>,,, judgment by default lil lie lak-
- ii against you for the relief demand-
ed in th.- Bill of Complaint.
Thla notice shall l- published once
ea.li week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
HONK AND ORDERED at Miami
Florid.,, this 19th da) of August, A D
I'"''1- ., .
K B. I.F M IIKKMAN. Cl.-rk.
Circuit Court, Hade County, Flo n
(Clrcuil "iiri Seal)
|:> : MARGUERITE MORFORD
Deputy Clerk
SHBVIN, GOODMAN .v HOLTZMAN
346 Sevbold Building
Miami St. l-1"i ida
Atlortiexs for I'lainlill
v 21-28, 9 I-
T. i:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
64C 9251
WILLIAM Mt'ARTHl R ROBERTS,
I'lainlill
.IKXM-.'i TE CAROL ROBERTS,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You MRS. JBNXETTE CAROL
ROBERTS in. herob) notified that
Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are n
u u I red to serve .. copy of your An-
awei -.i Pleading to the Bill "f Com-
plaint "ii th- plalntlfrs Attorne)
SHBVIN, .'.(.OMAN ft HOLTZMAN.
S4fl Seybold Building, Miami :'.-'. Flor-
ida, and file il" original Anawer .-i
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or befou-
the ttrd da) "f September, 19*4. if
you fail i" do so, judgment b) de-
fault "ill be taken against you for
th.- relief demanded In the Hill "i
i 'omplalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th da) of August, A I'.
1964.
I-: B, LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade t'ounty, Florida
I Heal) l :v : Marguerite Morford
Deput) Clerk
SHBVIN. GOODMAN -. HOLTZMAN
346 Seybold Building
Miami 32, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
S 21-28, '.' l-ll
191 Cln i ^, i: in-,' B i.i: vtherm \n. cu uirt, I > '--imiy. It. K M LYMA> k,
I'-,- rk n II-: -2H, '.' 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6354IB
IN RE Estute ol
mash tHJl'I.D, formerly known
as STASIA ORZECHOWSKI
I ici eased,
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE "1" FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
List "ill and testament of said dece-
dent has been admitted to probate In
said Courl. You are hereby command-
ed Within Six calendar months from
the date "f the first publication of
this notice to appear In said Courl
and show cause, if any you can. why
th- action of said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
FRANK B. DOWL1NG
i 'ounty Judge
B) LOIS l" PASTORFIELD
Clerk
First publication of this notice on
th, nth da) ol August, 1964.
SHAP1R" >. I- Rll II' ft WEIL
At toi to % s for he Estate of
ST VSIA Ii >1'LD. former!) known
B ST VSIA i 'RZECHl IWSKI
107 Lincoln i: .-i
Miami i. i
!> 11-21 -2S I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN til it
th undei sign. I, d. l Ins to engage In
l.u.-in- -- undei the flcl.....ua nnini --i
RICHIE'S RES r VURAXT ft 1.1 'I N
at IS23II N W -nl Avenue. Miami,
I- lorlihi Intends :- i egist. i said n
with I he i 'li rk ol the Clcruil Coin
li.oie County. Floi
GENE PRANDI
Sole < iwner
I'M'I. KWITXBi
Sllvet steh K H Hi j .\ i :
Attoi lie) : r Applh .ml
I2;i l.in. -.In R d 1
Miami Beach. Floi Ids 88. 9 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64061-C
IN RB: Estate id
NATHAN BLAU a k a
NAT BLAU
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Clalma or Demnnds Againsi Bald
Estate:
You ar.- bereb) notified and !
quired to present an) claims ami de*
mands which you ma) have against
the estate of NATHAN 111.AC a k a
NAT BLAU deceased late of DADR
County, Floridu, t. the County Judges
of Bade County, and file the sain,- in
duplicate ami as provided in Section
138.16, Florida statutes, in their of"
flees in the Couiiti Courthouse in
Dade County, 11' rid:., within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof or the same
will he barred.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 71it
daj of August, a i' H'i-i
WILLIAM s. Bl Al
PHILIP I'.l.Al
As c..- Executors
First publli Hi Ion of tins nol Ii on
th. I ith din iif August, 1961.
IRVING CYPEN I, \u iPFU ES
At i. -in. ya for I
11
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B.'H ',9 4


Paqe 16-A
+ #Vh /*# n*ridif*n
Friday, August 2r J
Democratic Platform in Firm Support of Israel
Continued *rom Page 1-A
munist oppression of Jews and
other minorities."
The determination of the l/nited
States to aid Israel through nuclear
desalination was outlined in an-
other portion of the platform ap-
proved today by the committee
and submitted to the convention.
A supplement to the platform,
entitled "An Accounting of Stew-
ardship." was also approved
unanimously by the Platform Com-
mittee. In it. the party's accom-
plishments were reviewed. The
supplement said that the 1360
Democratic plank pledged pursuit
oi Arab-Israel peace by preventing
an arms imbalance, and that this
policy brought the Arab States and
I-rael "closer to peace and stabil-
ity than at any time since World
War II."
The Platform Committee noted:
In 1960. we urged continued
economic assistance to Israel and
the Arab peoples to help them
rai.-e their living standards. We
pledged our best efforts for pe.-ce
in the Middle East by seeking to
prevent an arms race while guard-
ing against the dangers of a mill
Ury imbalance resulting from Sov-
iet Arms shipments
"In the period since that pledge
as made." said the new 1964
platform draft, "the Near East
has come closer to peace and
stability than at any time sin:e
v. .Id War II." The draft added
Economic and technical assist-
ance to Israel and Arab nations
continues at a high level, although
v ith more and more emphasis on
l"ans as against grants The
United States is determined to
help bring the revolution in the
technology of desalination to the
aid of the desert regions."
The platform reviewed Amer-
ican participation in the United
Nations to strengthen that or-
ganization's capacity as peace
keeper, citing the continued UN
"guard on armistice lines" in
the Near East.
Action on immigration reform
wag requested in another portion
Of the draft The committee said:
In 1960. we proposed to adjust
'iir immigration, nationality and
refugee policies to eliminate dis-
crimination and to enable mem-
bers of scattered families abroad
to be united with relatives al-
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ready in our midst. The national
origins quota system of limiting
Immigration contradicts the found-
ing principles of this nation. It
is inconsistent with our beliel in
Ihe rights of man'.'
The 1964 view is that "the im-
migration law amendments pro-
posed by the Administration, and
now before Congress, by abolish-
ing the national origins quota
system, will eliminate discrimina-
tion based upon race and place of
birth, and will facilitate the re-
union of families."
The plank was part of the com
mittee's section on domestic pol-
icies t<> be advocated by the full
national cdhvention, which got un
der way here Monday. The for
eign policy plan- were adopted by
the committee Sunday Regarding
the immigration laws, the commit
tee's proposed plank stated
"True democracy of opportun-
ity will not be served by estab-
lishing quotas based on some
false distinctions we seek to
erase; nor can the effects of
prejudice be neutralized by the
expedient of preferential prac-
tices. The immigration laws
must be revised to permit fam-
ilies to be reunited, to welcome
the persecuted and oppressed,
and to eliminate the discrimina-
tory provisions which base ad-
mission (into the United States)
upon national origins."
The Platform Committee also
adopted a plank denouncing ex-
tremism. Thi> plank stated: "We
condemn extremism, whether of
the right or left, including the ex-
tremist tactics of such o rgani-
zattons as the Commum-t p,
Ku Klux Klan and the 'ha
Society."
(While me committee wa,
bating the inclusion D| tllK '
eight members of the Airier
Nazi Party, in full i;ni(urm
blazoned with swastika arm-ban
tried to stage a demontru
near the convention hall $a
tators. led by a man .vh sai(]|
was an ex-Marine, broke un
demonstration, and police arreu,
all eight of the self-avowed Ku
On the domestic front, the cml
mittee adopted another pl
which called for the elirain^uojj
all discriminations based on
color or religion, in the field,
employment.
RE Goodrich
NORTON TIRE CO
OUR 40th YEAR!
OPEN SUNDAY -5300 N w 27th A e
9 A.M.-5 P.M.
9001 S. Dixie Highway
1700 N. Miami Beach Blvd. (N.E. 163 St.)
OPEN
EVENINGS
TIL 8:00
SALE PRICES VALID ALL WEEK AT ALL STORES
NO MONEY
DOWN
No additional charge
for mounting
BFG INSTANT CREDIT
W. hoi.r Nti..| Oil Cm,,.,
t.r. Cr..it C. Acc..tMc. c.r.
Original equipment tires
on new 1964 cars...at the
lowest prices of the year!
MEW B.F. GOODRICH
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p as long as it has tread!
No matter when you buy a BFG tire
you get this Protection Plan I

Wi Do Not
"FARM OUT"
our credit
accounts to
finance
companies.
tl..ii.,, ,- "-"-"bwu urvoiiu 'mi toe or-* ..
MIAMI
* 5300 N.W. 27 Ave.
I AH 0., Sun,.,
* 500 W. Fl,q| St.
WEST PALM BEACH
* 62 7 North Di.l.
NORTH MIAMI
* 13340 N.W.
7*h Avenut
SOUTH DA0E
* 00l South
Dfado Hwy.
Op.n Til g p.M
Sun. 9-5
HIALEAH
* W. 49th St.
W. HOLLYWOOD
* 6017
Hollywood
Blvd. t
State Raid =7
HOMESTEAD
* 30100 South
Federal Hwy.
FT. LAUDERDALE
* 1830 W.it
I o.,.d Blvd.

N. MIAMI IEACH
* 1700 N.
Miami Beach Blvd.
IN.C. 163-d Si.I
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S. S


Wits. Sapiro
Endows 3
Rcoms Here
, cement wu made this
i, a major endowment to
, i| Lebanon Hospital by
J, ts founding members
ng to President Harry I.
is Carrie Sapiro, former
[v Development chairman,
j. of the original members
lc th \iliary. has endowed three
P tier.] rooms in honor of her
|t ICC is,
Mri Sapiro has designed three
rooms OH the Cardiac
i- lour s her selected (acuities,
I I hey Will bear bronze plates in-
Lscribed In Honor oi Mr. and Mrs.
lArnoii P. Rosen. Martin L. Ros-
en a: Richard s. Rosen."
Her :i of si.vooo has establish-
ed f i rooms as "a permanent
heai i honoring my devoted
ami,'. .d to forge a link of ser-
lice >i'ii tiii outstanding hos.
piiai the younger residents of
the a: who will sustain it in
fui un ars."
Mrs .ipirn i- a charter Golden
Godn r and Life Guardian, and
e has been Inscribed in
II he : /c Hook ot Healing and
Steins Will
Fete Hosts
At Home
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein will
lentertain members of the Host
IComn ttee for the forthcoming
jlieih Torah-Israel Tribute dinner
it w; Dave Margulies will be
lionort i
To t held in the Stein home on
iSunda; the evening will be pri-
jinaril} -ocial, although the com-
[niitte ill also discuss plans for
[the dinner.
Ral I Max A. Lipschitz. spiri-
tual a ier of Congregation Beth
Torah ill be dinner chairman.
*tOty
oman s
IJUorU
* (Jewish Floricuan
Miami, Florida. Friday, August 28, 1964
Section B
Mrs. Willen on LBJ Committee
MRS. CARR.E SAPIRO
on the "Cedars Tree of Life." a
huge 10ft. memorial in the en-
trance to the hospital.
Among national organizations in
which Mrs. Sapiro has held top
Msitions ol leadership are Hadas-
sah, Israel Bonds, ORT. and Amer-
ican Friends of Hebrew Univer-
sity.
At present. Mrs. Sapiro is an
active volunteer with the Worn
en's Auxiliary, assigned to the
Lobby Gilt Shop, where her for-
mer busine-s and basking experi-
ence has been put to use by Mrs.
Morris Blau, Lobby Shop chair
man.
Mrs. Joseph Willen. of New
York, president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, has
been appointed by President John-
son to the new National Citizens
Committee for Community Rela-
tions.
The Committee is a group of dis-
tinguished citizens from all walks
i.l lite which will work to foster
voluntary compliance with the
Civil Rights Act ol 1964. It will
serve as an advisory body to the
(immunity Relations Service
established by the Act aiding in
mediating civil rights disputes in
ocal communities.
Mrs, Willen attended the first
meeting of the committee in Wash-
ngton this week at which Presi-
'cnt Johnson asked the 430 lead
rs who comprise its membership
MRS. STANLEY STUN
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
Hi ;-t i and Mrs. S. M. Machtei
home from a five-week vacation
cruise on the SS Brasil .Cov-
ered aorts in Iceland, Sweden.
Northland countries. Russia. Den-
mar* Norway. Finland and Eng-
land Although he was born
in Lithuania, this was the Rah
bi's rst trip back to that part
of trt world .
Seeking "le dernier cri" in
gem and cocktail clothes, Rose
and Irving Newman scouting the
fashi 'louses of Paris and Rome
. Meanwhile, the Lewis Fash
ions >hoppe on Collins is be
ing refurbished, refurnished and
redecorated so that the back
ground will be worthy of all the
beaut i.il new fall styles it will
highlight Newmans will be
hom< -n time for the holidays at
Beth T'irah where he serves as
a vett. and she is nursery chair-
man

Former Miamian Mollie Beck
man. now of Brooklyn, house-
guest with daughter Lois
Freedman, of Jordan Marsh .
Dufing her weeks here, she'll
see her many friends in the
area .
Vacrtioning in California for
a month, Sandy Sevader is visit-
ing with her brother, Arnold,
his wife and two sons who have
been living there for the past
several months Joining the
group, parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sol &vader, of Miami Beach,
who preceded their trip to the
West Coast with a motor tour of
New England .
Three weeks in Orlando with
daughter Roberta and husband
Dr. Lawrence Jacobson for Ada
Mass. Girl Friday at Cedars since
before the hospital opened its
doors in 1961 Every precious
moment spent with grandchil-
dren Neal 9 mos., Nancy 3, and
Karen 5, to make up for the year
since they had last been togeth-
er .. Now a certified radiolog
1st, Dr. Jacobson and family
have settled in Orlano,-follow
ing three years of residency in
radiology in Dallas. Tex.

Vacation in North Carolina for
the Silvers. Max R.. wife, Edith,
and children. David and Gail
... A week at the Dutch Inn in
llendersonville, followed by an-
other at the Old Mill in Flat
Rock, where they were joined by
son. Ira. who had spent the sum-
mer at Camp Pine Wood .
New home for Rose and Har-
old Robin at 8501 SW 21st St.
. Coconut Grove's loss is
Westchester's gain, but Rose's
piano, organ and accordion stu-
dents are happy about the
change .
Norma and Jules Reiner, of
Great Neck. L.I.. entertained on
their visit here by Pansy and
Larry Flaum Norma is direc-
Continued en Page 3-B
MRS. JOSIPH WILltN
to work in their own communi-
ties to contribute to and build
up an affirmative national cli-
mate of respect for the law" and
equal treatment of all citizens.
The President of the 71-year-old
national service and social action
organization has long bee.i a lead
er in movements for equal rights
She is a member of the Steering
Committee of the National Worn
en's Committee on Civil Rights
and serves on the National Board
of the Congress of Racial Equal
ity with the Educational Scholar
ship and Defense Committee. In
1351, the National Council of Ne-
gro Women presented her its
"Woman of the Year" award for
her services in behalf oi equal-
ity.
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hoij:iio-mmk imi:ssi s
Such are the things successful parties are made
ofsoftly bouffant one-piece dresses, gathered
and tucked, topped with bolero-look bodices.
Each have their own stand-out petticoats. Little
sister's is cotton, with organdy collar, lace and
embroidery. Turquoise, 4 to 6x Big sister wears
cotton batiste top, cotton skirt, witn a match-
ing bow for her hair. Coral blush, 7 to 14.
young peoples' world, fourth floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI
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V Teachers Set
Orientation Here
Prol Ijourie Fisher will be
lin speaker at the annual orien-
U tion Institute of the combined
teaching staffs at the nursery
-chools conducted by the YMHA
< Ctreater Miami on Monday and
Tuesday.
Prol. Fisher, who teaches psy-
chology and education at Dade
County Junior College, will address
the statf on the latest concepts on
developing pre-school children as
- eial being*. The e.itire train-
ing program is being coordinated
by Jcannette B Schwartz, direc-
tor of the Early Childnood Devel-
n tent Program for the "V ."
Twenty-four teachers and super-
MR will gather Monday morn-
ing at the Miami "Y" for the
training program. They will rep-
rest nt the four sehool> conducted
by the "Y" at different areas in
Dade County The schools are
located at the Miami Branch. 450
SW 16th Ave ; Miami Beach
Branch. 1536 Bay Rd ; North Coun-
t> Branch, 14.036 NE 6lh Ave.;
and Southwest Branch. 7215 Coral
Way
A general orientation on the
goals of the "Y" program in the
i.immunity will be given by Eman-
tiel Tropp. associate director of the
Greater Miami "Y." There will
also be a panel presentation on the
approach of the first day of school.
u ith three of the pre-school sup-
ervisors participating: Jiifs. Theo-
dore Weinstock. Beach Branch:
Mrs Charles Harris. Southwest
Branch: and Mrs. Martin Yelen.
North County Branch.
Teaching staff who will be par-
ticipating in the Institute are Mrs
Norman Ashbes. Mrs. Bernard
Baron. Miss Myrna Bruce. Mrs.
David Davidson. Miss Miriam
Freedman. Mrs. Marvin Hertz.
Miss June Lando. Mrs. Jack Os-
iran. Mrs. Herman D. Pieper.
Mrs. Kenneth Raskin. vMrs. Bar-
i\ Seinfeld. Mrs. Lester Weiss,
and Mrs. Richard Wolf, in addi-
tion to a number of new teachers
w ho are now in the process of
being appointed.
Football Chairman Named
Walter Etling. Miami realtor
and civic leader, has been named
chairman of the 1964 Kiwanis
Freshman Football Classic charity
..une between the freshma.i
teams of the Universities ot
Miami and Florida, according to
Joe Creel, president of the Ki-
uanis Club of Miami.
P*0f. IWUKIl FISHER
Hebrew Univ.
Women to Meet
Tlhis Sunday
Board of directors of the Great-
er Miami Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University will meet this week to
finalise plan< for the Oct. 8 gath-
ering scheduled to inaugurate the
1964-65 program To preside at
the Oct. 8 brunch in the Algiers
Hotel is Mrs. Harold Thurman.
Presiding at the meeting of
leading community women who
have dedicated themselves to the
-upport of the Hebrew University
it Jerusalem will be Miss Lillian
Goodman, vice president and
chairman of the Society of the
Women of the Book.
Board member and internation-
ally-renowned violinist Joan Field
will discuss her summer in Israel.
Program of the Greater Miami
Women's Division 1964-65 will in
elude a President's Reception giv-
en by Mrs Samuel Simonhoff on
Nov. 11 and the traditional Woman
of the Year luncheon on Dec. 17
in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky is chairman
of the Woman of the Year pro-
gram.
Among board members who are
participating in the Oct. 8 ar-
rangements are the Mesdames
Harry Platoff. membershin vice
president; Anna Brenner Meyers.
Jack S. Popick and Samuel T.
Sapiro. members of the Presi-
dent's Cabinet; Sigmund Fogler.
recording secretary: Gerald
Schwartz, social secretary; Ruth
Johnson Berger. parliamentarian:
Trudy Hamerschlag. chairman of
Bequests Committee: Irving E.
Miller, chairman of Scholarships
Beach Youth
Spends Summer
Working at JYS
Miss Fredi Grossman, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Louis Grossman,
of 5130 No. Bay Rd.. Miami Beach,
volunteered her summer vacation
to work with the Jewish Voca-
tional Service.
Miss Grossman is a Junior at
the University of Miami. She is
preparing herself for a career in
psychology or a related subject,
not only by attending college, but
also by learning the practicalities
of these subjects through appli-
cation in an agency.
She has given up a summer ot
play and leisure to involve herself
in the more serious aspects ol re-
habilitation and counseling. The
Jewish Vocational Service deals
with job placement, career guid-
ance, and job development, with
much emphasis in placing the
handicapped population.
At the present time. Miss Gro-s-
man is working at the Jewish Vo-
cational Service Workshop. Utiliz-
ed to tot workers on the job and
prepare them for placement i.i the
community.
Fredi feels that she ha gained
an insight into placement prob-
lems with such disability groups
a^ emotionally-disturbed, mentally-
retarded and physically disabled.
In "off-the-cuff" discussions with
counselor.-, she sees psychology at
work. Miss Grossman now is
more certain of her vocational
choice. She will be starting her
third year at the University of
Miami in September after a short
vacation in New York.
Friday. August 28, 1964 1 I "~"
Asthma Research
Training Session
Next Tuesday
A workshop leadership training
session for South Florida Council
of Presidents of Children's Asth-
matic Research Institute Hospital
is slated for Tuesday. 7:30 p.m.,
at Howard Johnson Restaurant.
1100 Biscayne Blvd.
Chapter officers will be briefed
in ways and means projects chan-
neled to raising funds for the hos-
pital.
Partieipatin.: chapter- are
Greater Miami. Lorber. Breath ot
Life. North Dade. Peshkin and
Miami Beach.
MISS FRfDI GROSSMAN
Carol City Twins
Receive Awards
Tun c'arnl City twins and their
Older bn ther have received merit
awards from the Dairj Council ol
South Florida
Eddie 7. and San and David 5.
children of Mr am! Mr-. Gary
Garfinkle. 1961 NW 188th Ter..
were recommended tor the awards
bj their supervisors at Beacon
Hill Summer Camp and North
Dade YWCA for their good sports
man.-hip and ability.
Each has passed the beginning
swimming test at the camp, and
each has won best camper award
in their individual group. David
received a sportsmanship medal,
and Eddie was decorated for his
athletic ability, particularly in
swimming. All attend B'nai
Raphael Congregation. Garfinkle
i-, physical education teacher at
Norland Junior High School.
The Dairy Council has a con-
tinuing program to honor achicve-
ments of >chooi-age young people
in Dade County. They are inter
e>ted in achievers in many fields,
and young person- through twelfth
_rade are eligible
Committee: and Rhea Cashman
Gladwin. publicity chairman.
feel like
a bride
get a
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KOSHER PARVE
PRODUCT Of COLGATE PALMOLIVE
Convention Report Given,
A report on the Jewish Bfe
Veterans convention held if,,n.
in Hollywood. Fla .
eeent
was pre.
>ented at a meeting f w
cl....... I ..,i:__ ....:!.
ronduct.
'"ertrud,
> Van
Shore Ladies' Auxiliary
ed by President Mrs.
Solomon on Wednesday
ington Federal. 1133 Normi
Isle.
mi
7 a "3L1
pout
gathered for you
Miriam Field
II '. ii iht world w.i crrati A
/fi/i Haslionah thebwlhda
M-nrldil son for jaw And a n>"-
tu nlwiy beautiful Itiniaw likem
/V 'hind i>i the ihofar io tin
aouikh ilif dngiag taarenu
Please CM I have that marvelous
recipe?" Isn't that the nicest >..ni-
plimtiit a rook can get! \\ ell, that's
h,ii I want In sav to >ou. If vnu
have a favorite recipe; using Planters
()il. naturall> ). do send il to me. I
am offering S25 for each one thal'v
printed in this column, plus s25
towards the charit> of your choice
So it's u doable mit/vah to share
vour fa-.orite recipe Nab way. Writs
touav to: Miriam Field, Manna
about i in. 12th Floor, 420 Let*
i.igton v. venue. New \ork 17. Y V
During the awesome month of
I llul. when even ihe little nahc n
l!ic sea trambts in terror, many
homemaktri suppress a private
tremor when they think of the bus)
days ahead. So make it easier for
yourself. Plan your menus well in
advance, check >our patitrs no*
a'lddoputHlantersOilhighop youi
s'topping list. It will make your
holiday specialties evtra Special,
not onl> light but Jelu ioti-lv light
It's actually the most delicate ol
today's light oils. And, of com-o.
Planters Oil is kosher and par\e
Make>our\egetablesc>e-caiching
and laste-luntalizing, too. Try
Ukm golden hone>-gta/ed
24 CARAT CARROTS
2J cups (1 bunch, carrot slice
' cup Planters Peewit O'l
1 j cup orange juice 'cup'
2 teaspoons grated oraige pee
PrecoM earrol slices until ahaoU
dune. Place Planters Oil. orange
inter. imwh-v uraaae pevl. earrH> in
skilk-t. < ook over medium heal un il
Carroll have rich gulden glaze, *rn> il
In minutes. Serves 4 or 5.
APPLEKRAUT CASSEROLE
1 cup chopped onion
1 cup Planters Peanut OH
1 can (I lb 11-oi.) sauerkraut, rj-.
Hi cups (1 medflir") apple sta>
2 tablespoon* brown sugar
l* teaspoon d-/ mustard
' i cup chopped Planters Pecans
Saute union in Planters Oil until soft;
mix vsiih sauerkraut. Alternate las-
ers nf apples and saocrnraul in oiled
I : |ii:ir. casserole. Sprinkle wilh
> -ii in is ard. chapped Itanicrv
P .ii" Bake, covered, in J75 I.
u>eii ...mot .'(1 minutes. Serves 6.
DEVILED BEANS
1 can
1. .-. itat
n "
"te's Paaaul
(spood orcpaif'i
prepai
!' i i bi ii--. resort an .mi '.
1 liquid. Same afea whs
P anti is Oil until ti-novr aMd
n u-i uf in'ireJi :'-. I n
i ii il lk|i ill ihiikens sli^li .. and ni v-
lure i ihorougbl] heatad. I m 4.
._ pot tins superb recipe lot vi
rrom M. Roger Panzot, ( hel
Cubinc at New York's ramoi
l haWaubriaod Restaurant:
CAESAR SALAD
CHATEAUBRIAND
(rush I clove garlic and add to I
cup Planters Oil. I el stand I hour
or more. Remove garlic. Saute -
cups bread cubes in '-, cup of the
oil. Tear into salad bowi 2 heads
romainc, I head Boston lettuce. I
bunch water cress. Sprinkle '. cup
grated cheese, ', tap. salt. '. bP-
each tlrv mustard and Mack pcpP1'
on ureens. Pour on remainim: >
cup Planters Oil, cup lemon
juice. 2 slightls bcatca esgs. Add
da-.h Worcestershire sauce. 2 OT.
-in anehoTy filets and crouton-,
loss gentls. Serves 6.
Watch for another gathcung oi
Manna about Town.
A Plantsrt IW Excttrshre
ir$ THE LIGHT P0L>UNSAfoRAlfD Oil
Not ONLY LIUHt BUI Dtl ICi'U'ji Y lluii


-nday. August 28. 1964
* Jewish Fieri Jtai/n
Page 3-3
^ocic* lit
Continued from Page 1-B
the North Shore Commun-
tj Arts Center in Roslyn .
.iii-i missed her mother, Mrs.
harles Salk, en route to Ja-
i Mr. Salk, of Miami
i is an uncle of the great
;>! Jonas Salk.
*
A lout; weekend visit with her
pan n'ts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Au-
gust, for Elaine August who was
iiere to serve as bridesmaid for
YJkliele Drasner when she mar-
ried Stephen Morrow last Sun-
day .
Lucky Cindy Ziff 9. accom-
ianj ing her parents, the Dr. San-
lord L. Ziffs, to London where
l>r. Ziff will present a paper be-
lore the Second International
Congress ol Contact Lens Prac-
titioners .
v\f Isabel \^J
Mr and Mrs. Jack Glasson and
daughters, of 5960 SW 62nd l'l .
on a guided tour at Carlsbad Cav-
erns National Park in New Mex-
ico tor their summer holi-
day .
Highlight of a visit to New
York City for Mr. and Mrs Sim-
kovic, 2345 SW 23rd Ter., was
yetting tickets* for 'Hello Dol-
ly" starring Carol Chanmng.
Although there is a "doctor in
the house," it is the distaff mem-
ber of the Dr. Martin Matz house-
hold at 1701 NE 17th St., who
authored the article "First A7d
lor Childhood Emergencies," ap-
pearing in the August issue of
'Parents Magazine" ... A
science teacher at Parkway Jun-
ior High. Judith Ann Matz also
teaches a Red Cross First Aid
course Interest in the sub-
I Hadassah to Fete
Israeli Guest
On Saturday
Mrs, Isaac Olshan, chairman of
the Hadassah Council in Israel,
* ill be guest of honor at an Oneg
Shabbat on Saturday, at 1 p.m..
.:*. the home of Mrs. Theodore
.Marks. 3522 Riviera Dr.. Coral
Cables. The event is sponsored
bj the Miami Chapter of Hadas-
tah.
Mrs Olshan is the wife of the
'hlef Justice of the Supreme
ourt of Israel, who presided at
the appeal case of Adolf Eich-
niann Born in Jerusalem, she was
educated at the Hebrew Univer-
sity, where she studied education
philosophy. She Is the moth-
r el a son now attending law
ri the Hebrew University.
The one;1. Shabbat is open to all
mbers Of. the Miami Chapter
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. president oi
the Florida Region, will give the
Lion, and Mrs. A. E. Cohen,
n sident of the .Miami Chapter.
diSCUSS the meaning of Shab-
Mrs Max Handshu and Mrs.
George Katzman are in charge of
the program.
Special guests will be Mrs. Irv-
ing Li and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sak-
n is. past presidents of the Flor-
ida Region, and Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink, vice president of
the Florida Region and liaison of-
ficer to the Miami Chapter.
Rabbi Jafh is Elected
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe. spirtiual
leader of Temple Beth El of Hol-
lywood, has been elected to the
Executive Board of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
The Central Conference has a
membership of over 800 rabbis in
the Reform movement in Ameri-
ca and other countries.
Council Women
Launch Drive
For New Season
"Reach for More in '04" is this
scar's membership slogan tor the
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, ac-
cording to Mrs. William I. Bren-
ner, president of the Section.
Mrs. Harold Zeeman, vice pres-
ident in charge of membership,
announced this week that the
Greater Miami Section is now
making plans for the Call mem-
bership drive.
Evening Division has already
held three "little evenings" for
new members. South Dade Di-,
vision will hold a membership tea
next Wednesday. Shores Division
is planning a membership party
Sept. 30.
All other divisions will start
their drives at a regular Oct. 7
membership meeting.
rove
ject spurred originally by a ques-
tion from her husband right af-
ter she brought new son. Stevie.
now 2. home from the hospital
. Slightly flustered daddy ask-
ed "What do you think I should
do, the baby is hiccoughing?"
The Starks. Harriet and Jules,
spending their second anniver-
sary in Israel, will be in Mon-
treal for the first High Holy
Days and home in Miami Beach
for the last Oays oi the tradi-
tional observance Sailed on
the SS Shalom early in August,
having first spent several days
in New York with Harriet's son.
Bob Gross, and family Left
the cruise after 13 days for their
first look at the Holy Land,
which they toured from end to
end Flight to Greece and
Paris preceded the return cross-
ing of the Atlantic .
Summer vacation in Israel for
Capt. Leo Gardner, wife. Miriam,
and children. Leora and Arthur
. He's now back at his duties
as prexy of El Al Israel Air-
lines.
Jack 1. Green and wife
Shirle on a month-long tour of
Western Europe Itinerary
includes England. Netherlands.
Germany. Denmark. Belgium and
Switzerland Something of a
busman's holiday" for Jack-
board chairman of Bishopric
Green Fielden he's calling on a
order flowers now
for the HOLIDAY SEASON'..
CHARGE ACCOUNTS
OPENED BY PHONE
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INCORrORATHO
Our 50fh Anniversary Year
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORM G/BIXS
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HOLLYWOOD FT- LAUDERDALE
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number of European ad agen-
cies, co members with BGF
of the Continental Advertising
Agency network '
Happy blend ol business and
pleasure added up to a delight-
ful vacation in Gotham Town for
Sue and Harry Zukernick. too
. Although Harry attended the
American Bar Association con-
vention and a course in state
planning sponsored by the Prac-
tising Law Institute, he and Sue
still had time to see the top six
Broadway shows, get to the Fair,
and meet their many friends and
relatives in town ... All this
and heavenly weather.
Gadget shower for Iris Beth
Sharpe hosted by Mrs. Henry
Gewitz and Mrs. Robert Gross-
man at the Carillon Hotel earlier
this month Shades of pink
for the luncheon table, where a
tiny bride and groom standing
on heaps of wedding bells left
no doubt what the event was
celebrating Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Rubin announced the en-
gagement of her daughter, Iris,
and Joseph M. Fineberg last
month The future bride-
groom is the son of Mrs. Meyer
Fineberg and the late Mr. Fine-
berg .
Internationallyrenowed cellist
Leonard Rose arriving this week-
end to houseguest with brother
Prank C. Rose and wife at 1408
S. Bayshore Dr. The former
Miamian is the son of Harry
Rose.
Home from a year's study at
University of Nottingham 111
NEW
EnglandCookie Kazer. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Kaz-
er .. Took advantage of school
holidays to visit France, Ger-
many. Austria. Switzerland and
Italy Most recent flight from
London took her to Denmark, the
Netherlands, Belgium and Spain
. Cookie, who returned to this
country on the SS France, arriv-
ed in South Florida in tune 1<"
brother Ralph's Bar Mitzvah
and cousin Deborah Rachlin's
Bas Mitzvah this weekend .
Going back for her senior year
at Sophie Newcomb College.
Cookie will have her sister for
company Olivia, starting
her freshman year, was recent-
ly accepted into the Seiv'ars and
Fellows Program of Tulane U.
#
Farewell luncheon for Sandra
(Mrs Henry) Landy recently at
the Roney's Cafe Jardin Suisse
. Couple will be making their
home in Los Angeles, since he
has been transferred to manage
a new West Coast office of Mar-
cus Bros., importers of straw
handbags .
Guests at the party were Joan
(Mrs. Eugene) Bloom. Helen
(Mrs. Philip1 Gassman, Rita
i Mrs. Richard) Wolf, Leila (Mrs.
Alan) Marcus, Jane (Mrs Dan-
iel) Altman. and Joann (Mrs.
Alan) Schecter -
Also. Judy (Mrs. Larry) Mark-
man. Brenda (Mrs. Chuck) Him-
fel. Erica (Mrs David) Som-
mere, Barbara (Mrs. Macey)
Keyes, Nancy (Mrs. Jack' Dav-
is. Joan (Mrs. Al) Morrison, Sue
i.Mrs. Richard) llelfman. and
Barbara (Mrs. Robert) Sussman.
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with savory tomato sauce, simmered with
mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to
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thriftier, too. Costs only about 15tf a serv-
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Friday. August 23
1984
President Truman (second from right) in a yarmulke at a
bagels-and-lox congregation breakfast in Kansas City, Mo.
Israel High Court Approves
Civil Marriages Abroad
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Israel Supreme Court, in a prece-
dent-establishing decision, recog-
nized civil marriages performed
abroad as contracts that cannot
be unilaterally revoked. Previous-
ly, civil marriages were viewed
;i- valid only for the purpose of
financial claims.
The decision came in a divorce
ease appealed from the Supreme
Rabbinical Court. The rabbinical
decision had permitted the hus-
band to divorce his first wife with-
out her consent and marry an-
other woman because the fir~t
marriage was civil. The chief rab-
bis had furthermore ordered the
wife to accept the divorce.
On an appeal of this decision
by the wife, the Supreme Court
unanimously voted to restrain
the chief rabbis from approving
the remarriage. Noting that, al-
though it was incompetent to
qua-h a rabbinical court judgment,
the Supreme Court stated that it
was competent to declare that
such a marriage would constitute
bigamy under secular law. Jus-
tice Silberg further observed that.
had the Court decided otherwise
in the case, Israel would become
a haven for any Jew wishing to
free himself from a civil marriage
that had become irksome.
Rabbi Baumgard on TV
Rabbi Herbert II. Baumgard,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Am, and president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Assoc, will ap-
pear on Ch. 7 this Sunday morn-'
ing. 10 a.m., on 'The Still Small
Voice." Questions concerning the
holidays of Rosh Hash.ona and
Vom Kippur and the historical
background of the holidays, as well
as their present religious mean-
ing, will be discussed.
Zena Posever to Teach
Zena Posever, Miami Beach ar-
tist, will teach a clas in -culpture
at Miami-Dade Junior College this
fall. The non-credit course for
adults, one of many new offerings
by the college's Department of
Continuing Education, will meet
Tuesday nights from 7 to 10 p.m..
beginning Sept. 1.
Harry Truman and His Tie to Jews
By Special Report
From George Washington to
Ijrndon B. Johnson, no President
of the United states will
rate in a history of Judcophobes
but Harry S. Truman is thus
far the only one to sport a yar-
mulke or "read" a Yiddish news-
paper.
Rulers unfriendly to Jew- have
abounded in nearly every land
of substantial Jewish settlement
A notable exception is the Unit-
ed States, and it says some-
thing for Americas democratic
heritage that the American peo-
ple have never elected to the
Presidency a man committed to
anti-Jewish sentiment.
Ever since the days of George
Washingtonwho. as command-
er-in-chief of the Revolutionary
forces, was treated to a kosher
meal at the home of Michael
Hart in Easton, Pa., and later,
as President, assured the Jews
of Savannah. Ga.. of his hope
that American Jewry would
benefit from the new nation's
spirit of liberality and philan-
thropy ... in proportion as it
.-hall become still more exten-
sive"friendship and respect
have characterized the personal
relations between American
Presidents and Jewish citizens.
Only twentieth century Presi-
dents, however, have numbered
Jews amone their intimatesas
Franklin D. Roosevelt did in
the case of Samuel Rosenman
and Harry S. Truman in the case
of Eddie Jacobson.
No one of Presidential rank
has ever demonstrated a more
cordial sympathy for Jews and
Jewish causes than the man from
Independence. Mo., and this can
be documented from the files of
the American Jewish Archives on
the Cincinnati campus of the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion. Harry Tru-
man, who recently turned eighty,
will live in Jewish history for
his unhesitating recognition of
the State of Israel ten minutes
after its birth, for his indignant
excoriation of "the offensive
treatment accorded the Jewish
people here and elsewhere." and
for his willingness to challenge
even the Ecumenical Council in
Rome: "Even at the Vatican,
where historic reforms are under
consideration, the problem of
anti-Semitism had to be tabled
for lack of agreement." Jew-
ish history will long remember
and revere Mr. Truman for the
tonic decisiveness and uncom-
mon outspokenness with which
he has consistently espoused
Jewish hopes in this Atomic age.
The inevitably rarified heights
of Jewish history are one thing;
the brimming affection in Jew-
ish hearts is of a different or-
der. Jewish hearts will esteem
and value with a special fond-
' Harry Truman of con-
Je< ish This
is the i: "bo nas
the Man ol the Century"
: Organiza-
who gladly donned a
mulke to attend a congregation-
al breakfast in Kansas City and
who poser!, twinkle-eyed, with a
Yidd:-h nev spaper at the out-
set of the Kennedy Administra-
tion.
The picture collection of the
American Jewish Archives in-
cludes two photographs. One of
them shows a croup of Yar-
mulkc-topped gentlemen enjoy-
ing a feast of bagels and other
"milchige" delicacies, including
a relaxed Harry Truman, look-
ing for all the world like the
Presidentof the congregation
The other
Mr. Truman farcing Up
cilly from a
-n Own
tainting in Yiddish ;-;Pn,
E i >rn i:i Today as
dent." Below the headline ap.
pear the familiar featur-. 0f
President John F. Kenned) and
Vice President Lyndon B. John.
son. The photo era ph is
the only one ever to brin.
holders of the Presidential
together under Jewish
spices
These pictures are oni
lrom the extensive picture col.
lection to be found at the Amer-
ican Jewish Archives. Dr 'ucob
R, Marcus is the Director :' the
Archives.
Beth David Youth Shine at Institute
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and Ann Scherr represented the
Beth David USY at the annual
Leadership Training Institute of
the Southeast Region. United
Synagogue Youth, n Hem: r..,n.
ville. N.C., from Ant:. 19 to _:
Ann Scherr. a vice presiri r.t of
the Southeast Region and n bet
(it the Beth David continger.-. \as
in charse of the Leadership .
Ing Institute attended by o. 2Sf
delegates.
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fJenist FltrSdiiciiffi
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Women's League
Leaders Meet
Af Sirkin Hall
.mch chairmen ol
. men's League ol
Synai igue of America
ted Campaign for
Mathilda Schech-
- lence :i.ill <>l the Jewish
cal S ninary met Wed-
al Sirkin Hall. Temple
i. El.
, rding I Miss Lillian Good-
chairman plans were for-
ted for the Florida Branch
11 ( at Torah tea. which will take
Thursday", Oct. 1. Funds
isi will he used to further the
education of future rabbis in the
( onservative movement, as well
;- the housing of women students.
\ so working on the project are
lr> Seymour Mann, of Hollywood.
.! Branch vice president.
Mrs Harold Rcinhard of
Fiortd Branch president
Committee Heads
Named by JVS
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, pres-
ident i.l Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice, a beneficiary agency of the
Greater .Miami Jewish Federation,
arm ,unced the appointment of the
fullowing board members as com-
mittee chairmen for the year 196-1-
85
Administrative, Charles Hert-
zeff; Employers Advisory, Jerome
(.. Greene; Pen nnel Practices,
Hrrbcrt P. B'.umberg; Publicity
i ublic Relations, Sam Luby
Jr.
Nominating and Membership
i chairmen arc Barney Hern
stein and Lloyd L. Ruskin.
Sheltered Workshop, Stuart
hild; Individual aiil Group
Guidance, Mrs, Sidnej Lewis; In
surance, Andrew A. Geller; Pro-
gram, Mrs. Sam Stark; JVS-.Iew-
isli Home for the Aged Liaison.
Sam .!. Heiraan; Hill-Burton. Mar-
shall S. Hani.-; JVS Karon de
Uirsch Loan Fund Liaison. Albeit
Quadow.
Mrs Feinberg announced that
he first monthly meeting of the
i.'S Board of Directors will be
held on Thursdaj evening, Sept.
in, at the agency's rehabilitation
workshop Incited at 5252 NE 2nd
Ave., with the opening of busi-
ness scheduled for 8 p.m
Dalin to Teach Russian
To accommodate the growing
demand for workers with a knowl-
edge of the languague, beginning
and intermediate course- in Rus-
sian will again be ottered by the
Department of Continuing Educa-
tion o, Miami -Dade Junior Col-
lege. Instructor for the non-
credit adult courses will again
De Irving l. Dalin. A native of
Russia, he has been teaching the
language for 19 years
Roosevelt Group
Mystery Night
.Mystery Nite" will be held
Saturday for Fleanor Roosevelt
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
With destination and details
known only to committee mem-
bers, ticket-holders will be noti-
fied of a central meeting place,
nothing more.
Mrs. Nathan Matusov.. fund-
raising vice president, is in charge
Of the affair which will include
entertainment and refreshments.
President of the group is Mi-
Gertrude Davidson.
Mrs. Harris 8s
Top SDT Alum
At Confab Here
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority held
il- national convention at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel this week. Con-
vi ntion chairman was Mrs. Ce-
celia (Joseph) Shopiro.
Omega Chapter on the Univer-
sity of Miami campus was cited
for its 25th an-
niversary. Miss
Sheila Berezow
- president
Outstand-
ing Alumna of
the sorority, Mrs.
E r n e s t ( Dol
11) i Harris. of
_ Jj Miami, received
in award for
I. William Baros Jr., at a recent
Beth Shirah, welcomes Mr. and
Open House held by Temple
Mrs. Al Raven, new members.
Beth Shirah Plans Selichot
MRS. NAMfS
this distinction.
She has been an
Officer Of the (./eater Miami
Alumnae Association for 12 years,
holding posts from treasurer to
president.
National philanthropy of SDT
is the Cystic Fibrosis Research
Foundation.
Currently. Mrs. Harris is an of-
ficer in the Lorber Chapter of
the Children's Asthma Research
Institute of Denver.
Quest speaker at the banquet
was Dean of Women May B. Brun
-or of the University of Miami.
Members Of Temple Beth Shirah.
7500 SW 120th St.. will gather Sat-
urday evening at board member's
homes and then proceed to the
leniple for the traditional Selichol
services at 11 p.m.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Can-
tor Herman Gottlieb will of-
ficiate.
Temple Beth Shirah recently
held an open house and welcomed
these new members: Mr. and
Mrs. Al Raven. Mr. and Mrs
I Marvin Cone. Mr. and Mrs. Her-
| schel Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
| Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Port-
noy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spivock,
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Rose. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Baker. Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Reamer and Mr. and Mrs
Byron Sparbcr.
An innovation for service to
Temple families is the addition of
bus service for busy, working or
parents without a car or car pool.
Children ol elementar> school age
will be picked up at their schools
:ii d driven to the Temple for He-
brew School and then brought
home
Schwartz Slated
On Radio Here
Gerald Schwartz, Miami Beach
public relations executive, will dis-
cuss the Democratic National
Convention on the Sam Gyson
Show Monday night, 11 p.m., over
Radio Stations WWBM and
WMBM-FM.
Schwartz, former deputy chair-
man of the H-state Democratic
Midwest Conference, was public
relations chairman for the Demo-
cratic Party in Nebraska and
press secretary to the late Gov.
Ralph G. Brooks there.
how to say happy new yeap in heBRew
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Friday, August 28. 1954
Nurses Graduate
At Mount Sinai
Graduation exerc:- the
nt Sinai Ho>pital School of
". were held Wed-
jdaj evening in Louis E. Wolf-
Auditorium The 44 graduates
came the twenty-first clas to
plete a course in Practical
\ur- CC the school was
: unded in 1951.
Nationally and state accredited,
the school, under the aegis and
MHisorship of the Women's Auxil-
iary of Mount Sinai Hospital.
maintains a faculty of seven, with
Mrs Carmen Ross, director of
pursing and nursing education, in
charge, and Mrs. Adeline Haiduck
rving as assistant director.
Leonard L. Abess. president of
Mount Sinai Hospital, welcomed
ie?t<. and Mrs. Carl Susskind. a
\ ce president of the Women's
Auxiliary, presided. Samuel Gert-
ner, executive director of Mount
S nti. also greeted the graduates.
Guest speaker for the evening
.i- Miss Vivian Culver, consult-
-1 to the Florida State Board of
Nursing and author of "The Prac-
t.cal NurseTextbook on Nurs
; Miss Culver was formerly
executive secretary and educa-
n.il consultant lor the North
irolina Board of Nursing Regis-
tration and Nursing Education,
ntly residing in Win-
.'ark.
Mrs. Murray Kern also a vice
esident of the Auxiliary, pre-
si nted awards to the following
students Miss Nancy Bennett.
Miss Judith Cole. Mi.-- Nancy
I reen. Miss Roberta Javer. Miss
.- id'leen Jayson, Mrs. Dorothy
J saes. Miss Sharon Lewis. Mrs.
retha McKinney, Mrs. Dolores
Mrs. Edith Stelts, Miss
Suzanne Wells and Miss Judith
1 -t
Mrs ROSS and Mrs Haiduck
esented diplomas and pins to
graduates and Nightie
mps 'Acre lit by the facultv
Family Assembly at Emanu-EI Set for Sunday
..... 1 1- .. Tkm-n nlaCCOW HTo I
>\
Famil> Assemnly for parents
and children will be held on Sun
day, 10 a m in ,hc m;"n sant"
tuarj of Temple Kmanu-EI.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, -!>""ituat
leader, will welcome the assem
My. The world-famous magician,
(he Amazing Maurice, will also
appear on the program
and tie North Branch Building at
77th St. and Dickens Ave.
An accelerated all-day kinder
garten class has been introduced,
iii addition to the half-day kinder
garten, to enrich and broaden the
development oj the 5-year-old.
The Elementary Department of-
fer- a general studies and Hebraic
program lor grades 1 through 4.
These classes are held in th5
North Branch Building
Daily Religious and Sunday
School are held in both
building*. The Confirmation De-
partment, for 7th. 8th ^nd 9th
grades, will continue it- Sunday
morning program at the Nortn
Branch Building.
The assembly is open to all par-
ent-, children and friends and 11 *i kVJBa-ajvill*.
mark- the official opening of the Re$erVClTlOnS UD AT IViar5eilieS
Religious School. The Solomon
Schechter Day School the only
school based upon the Conserva-
tive philosophy in the southern
section of the United States, is
geared to meet the needs of the
entire Jewish community. Nursery
school classes are held in both
buildings. 1701 Washington Ave..
Edythe Schindler, feature wri-
ter for The Jewish Floridian,
is published in the current is-
sue of "American Judaism"
in an article entitled "A Cold
Day in Miami," along with
such noted authors as Isaac
Bashevis-Singer. Mrs. Schind-
ler won the 1964 Florida Pen-
woman's Award.
Miamians Attend
Atlantic Univ.
sidents of Dade County will
ake up about 15 per cent of the
ster 01 Florida Atlantic Univer-
sity's charter class, according to
listing of applicants who have
1 c ady been accepted.
Local students enrolled for the
I. II -emestcr arc David Manuel
Bacliman. Phyllis Marie Boros,
Charles Wallace Dodge, Allan
Michael Kosofsky, all of Miami;
Robert Louis Baum, Jeffrey Feld-
rran, Jerry Gunther Goldsmith.
Miami Beach; Mrs. Pauline For-
tran, So. Miami.
Florida Atlantic University, new-
esl in the state university sys-
t- m is -et to begin classes Sept
8 on a S5 million. 1.200-acre
c mpus in Boca Raton.
Ahavaf- Shalom
Services Slated
For Sixth Year
Ahavat Shalom Congregation
"ill hold its sixth consecutive High
Holy Day Service- starting Sun-
day evening, Sept. 6. at the air-
COnditioned Masonic Hall. 1025
SW 67th Ave W. Miami
Holiday liturgy will be chant-
ed by Cantor Israel Kershner. as-
sisted by David Grossman and
Morris Barr.
Membership in the congrcga-
inciudes tuition for Sunday and
Hebrew Schools.
Although the congregation mov-
ed into the new Temple at 955 SW
(.7th Ave last year, the seating
capacity has been expanded 50
per cent, and the classrooms
doubled. The building is used
daily lor morning services during
remodeling.
Habers Welcome
New Grandson
Mr. and Mrs. Saul (Sherle)
Haber, of 9102 W. Bay Harbor Dr..
are the proud grandparents of a
grandson. Samuel Brian, born on
Aug. 24.
He I- tin son of Dr. and Mrs.
Julian Haber. of San Antonio.
Tex., where Dr Haber serves as
;, captain in the Air Force there.
Dr Haber Is a graduate in
pediatrics from the University of
Miami Medical School and intern
eel at Mt. Sinai Hospital on Miami
Beach.
Marseilles Hotel. l"4i Collins
Ave.. on the oceanlront in the Lin
com Mall area, this week an-
nounced the piling up of reserva-
tions for High Holy days through
Sept. 17 at the hotel.
The Marseilles has a synagogue
on its premises. Owners and man-
agers. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Res-
nick, have announced that a lead-
ing member of the Greater Miami
Cantors Association has been en-
gaged to officiate during the holi-
days
The Marseilles i- noted as a
kosher resort hotel In addition
to the kosher menu supervised
and prepared by a full-time mash-
giach. featured are a free 21-ir
television set in every room an!
salt and fat-free diets for
desiring them.S.T.
Temple Sinai
School to Open
Temple Sinai's Nursery ani
Kindergarten program will -tart
on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Staff of qualified teachers,
headed by Mrs Yvette Co
assisted by Mrs. Frances lleiliij
and Mrs. Morton Maisel, has been
-elected to conduct the program
Registration in the pre
program 1- still open
An Affair
to 11
emembet
Miss Zipp featured
Edith Zipp. fashion editor of
'! u- Jewi-h Floridian, is featured
in a color photograph display in
1 1- week- edition of Life Maga-
Beach Lodge
Restates Lunches
For New Season
Gershon Miller. Miami Beach
attorney, has resumed the chair-
manship of the weekly luncheon
meetings of the Miami Beach
Lodge B'nai B'rith, President Ger-
ald Schwartz announced.
The sessions, open to all men
and women members of B"nai
B'rith from throughout Florida
and the nation, are held Tuesday
at noon at the DiLido Hotel.
First regular monthly meeting
of the Beach lodge will be held
Sept. 23. also at DiLido.

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'> il;v ,,'n. ,; :> ... ,1 hMMMHil
tm g/fboiik people ana /h
Two Services Set at Zamora
aces ...
V/ERE BALD
trice and Irving Peskoe went t<> Boston
Irving's 25th reunion at MIT. The 25th
Hi
, ai any school is always exciting. Most
. Mill alive and right in the prime of
Beatrice said it ;>s marvelous to see how
cognized each ether even though a quar-
, century had passed. The Peskoes' old-
laughter. Riva, is still in Paris where she
year to study, but they took Anne. the.
csl in the family, witn them on their trip.
;1; S' John College in Maryland to pick
0an They went to the reunion, up to
\ Hampshire to visit family and. of course,
,,,, According to Beatrice, the Fair is
in.I. ;i capsule world lour, he comments
commercial exhibits . ii- realize that somewhere men are
,n- and working to bring about change.
HE WAS ABSOLUTELY FLOORED
Pal and Kobert Gale had a surprise "Good-
lie" party for Edward Guthmann, who is
New York to take the eourse given for
j Bache and Co. Eddie really couldn't
the party was for him until his sister.
Mrs. Donald) Barimck. produced a big
rhis is Your Life.'" The host. Bob Gale.
- connected with "S'op the Music.'" wrote
onus about Eddie and each couple who
Ihere. Funny farewell gifts, a swim in the
ere several fresh hair do's not a little
limp and a late supper rounded out a hilarious
ng Guests were Joni and Stanley Tate.
. .mil Stanley Brodsky. Anita and Dave Kra-
Jackie and Bart Cohen, .loan and Donald
i-ii i. and Janice and Elmer l.itwin. who
-i moved here from Scarsdale, N Y
STILL THEY GO
Josie and Loui> Adler went to Deal. N.I to
Iheir cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Strauss,
VC just up the street from Elisabeth Taylor.
Josie watehed their house as closely
letective, she eaught nary a glimpse oi any-
However, the night that she and Louis went
to -ee "Mary Mary" in New York, it was dif-
lerent, As they came out of the theatre. Liz
Taylor, with fresh lilacs in her hair, came to
pick up Richard Burton, who was appearing in
the theatre across the street in "Hamlet." The
Vdlers, with son Arnold, went to the Fair twice.
HI fiaim.l MHHMM MM BW '" "'' 11...... "
On the first day. they met Bunny and Jay
Schwartz, who were doing tie' Fair before leaving
lor Europe, on the second day, they met Dor-
oihy aim Maurice Serotta with men- wnole family.
Aiierwards, they were going to take son Gerald
lo Harvard.
? *
WE HOPE YOU WILL COME
IF YOU ARE ABLE
TO A CLEANING PRODUCT SHOWER
FOR LISI.II BABEL
That's what the invitation said sent by
K-ther Mrs. Donald I Hubin and her daughter,
Ellie (Mrs. Jay) C'ristol, to a dinner given at
Ellie'i home on Palm Island in honor of Leslie.
whose marriage to Warren Liebman takes place
ih" end ol this month. A big square cake said
"Happy Cleaning Day." The pile of gifts grew
smaller and smaller as Leslie, looking adorable
with her hair piled high in curls on top of her
head, opened each one with exclamations. "I
do so know what this is." she said turning to
her mother Lillian (Mrs. Norman) Babel. Among
e.ue-ts were Ruth (Mrs. Alexander) Robbins,
Betty i Mrs Meyer i Friedman. Mable (Mrs.
Bert) Waller. Virginia (Mrs. Marry) Orleans.
Dorothy iMrs. Lillian) Breitler. Mrs. Sarah
Frishman, and of course all of the relatives, in-
cluding the two grandmothers. Mrs. Irving Lau-
ton and Mrs Minnie I'olakow.
The neighbors, who live in the same apart-
ment as the mother of the groom. Mrs. Victor
Liebman, were all there, including Mrs. William
Fishman. Mrs. Edward Behrman, Mrs. Louis
Razanin. Mrs William Pasternack. Mrs. Louis
Kross and Mrs. Sam Feldman. They brought
along a plastic basket filled with so many
kitchen necessities that Leslie won't have to
buy a kitchen aid" for a year
BASIN STREET OUT AT WESTVIEW
COUNTRY CLUB
The dining room at Westview Country Club
was dei" rated io resemble a New Orleans night
club. Among uut'Ms were Mr and Mrs. Clifford
Russel, Mr and Mrs. Myron Boraks. Mr. and
Mrs Jack Brantman, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nad-
lcr, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gilman. Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Chasen, Mr. and. Mrs. S. S. Bioom. Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Silvers, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Lomaskin and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub
Frances Lehman
* i
Temple Zamora announces the
program for High Holiday ser-
vices will be conducted lx>th at
the Temple, 44 Zamora Ave., and
auxiliary services will be conduct-
ed at Dade County Auditorium.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual
leader of Temple Zamora. will of-
ficiate at the High Holy Day Ser-
vices at the Temple, and Cantor
Ben Dickson will chant the lit-
urgy,
Board of Directors revealed
Wednesday that the auxiliary ser-
vices at Dade County Auditorium
will be conducted by Rev. Israel
Friedman and Cantor Fred Bern-
stein.
Rev. Friedman was a noted
communal and religious leader
in Denver and the Rocky Moun-
tain area. He served congrega-
tions in suburban Denver, Bill-
ings, Mori., and Milwaukee,
Wise, where he was principal
of the Beth Medrash Hagodol
Synagogue Hebrew and Religious
Schools.
During World War II he eon-
ducted services for military per-
sonnel at army posts in and
around Denver. Rev Friedman
was executive director of the Al-
lied Jewish Council in Denver He
is now executive vice presideni of
il e Asthmatic children's Founda-
tion,
Cantor Bernstein na. born in
Chechoslovakia and a 11 e n d e i
-i huils of religious studies through
out Europe. He studied musical
arid religious liturgy in the IS
School Races At
Biscayne Kennel
Slated Sept. 5
Three nights ol official scho il>
ing races are scheduled lor ^rc>
hounds which will compete in the
:.
nel club on Sept 5 through He .
n.
Schooling sessions are schedul-
ed Aug. 28, Aug. 31 a.id Sept. :5
with 7:30 p.m. post times and
weigh-ins one hour earlier.
Since many of the speedsters wiil
Kime to the area's pioneer dog
track from Flakier, lower school-
ing races will be needed, it vas
pointed out by William R. Moore,
presiding judge.
Hebrew Academy Installation Set Sunday Evening
Annual installation dinner of
he Hebrew Academy officers and
Hoard of Directors will take place
Sunday evening, 6:30 p.m., at the
sterling Hotel.
Louis Merwitzer will be install-
d for the third consecutive term
. s president. Prior to becoming
aresident, Merwitzer served as the
Mebrew Academy Building Cam-
paign chairman, which successful-
y culminated in the erection of
he present million-dollar school
niilding at 2400 Pine Tree Drive.
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the school, will be
installing officer. Cantor Sam-
ael H. Breeh, of Tampla Ner
"Iamid, an Academy parent, will
'ender a musical program.
Maurice Revitz, chairman of the
Executive Committee, will be
'oastma Participating in the program
will be three students of the new
Hebrew Academy Senior High
School for Girls. Invocation will
be recited by Saundra Ehrenreich,
and the benediction by Cheryl
Littman. Bonnie Sue Brody will
speak on "The First Fruits in Edu-
cation."
Officers to be installed, in ad-
dition to Merwitzer as president
are Dr. David S. Andron, Harry-
Genet and B. I. Binder, honorary
life presidents; Morris Bienenleld,
Charles Fruchtman, Archie Grfccn-
berg. Jacob Kaufman, Marcie Lib-
erman, Raymond Rubin and
Uolfie Cohen, honorary vice pres-
idents; Samuel Reinhard, first
vice president; Leonard Rosen,
chairman of the Board of Direc-
tors.
Maurice Revitz, chairman, Exec-
utive Committee; Charles Char-
eowsky, Joseph Cohen, Irving Fir-
tel. Alexander Moskovitz, Oscar
Mamber. Jacob Cohen, Louis Rud-
nick, vice presidents; Jerome
Bienenfeld. treasurer; Matthew
Zuckerman, assistant treasurer;
Zvi Berger.- financial secretary;
Benjamin Appel, auditor; Council-
man Hyman Galbut, ge.ieral secre-
tary; J. Jerry Schechter, cor-
responding secretary; Moses J.
Grundwerg, assistant correspond
ing secretary.
Rabbi Gross will also install the
60 members of the Board of Di-
rectors who were elected
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RIGI

WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Regi Yanich has hud an exciting, busy and productive
life The future holds further promise Regi v.as born
in Detroit. As a child, she remember- bein.j in an adult
art class in the Jewish Community Center and winning
a prize for her -till hie. Now she wonders what she was
ng in an adult art class at the age of eight. She also
dancing. She went to a special high school,
alternating two weeks of school
with two weeks of work at the
Dodge plant as a commercial ar-
tist and discovered, fortunately for
her future, that she didn't like
commercial art.
Knowing the kind of art study
she wanted. Regi switched schools.
A year at the University of Mich-
igan, then two years at the School
of Art Institute of Chicago, then
Cranbrook Academy of Arts in
Bloomfield Hills. Mich., where
Regi sat in her own studio two
weeks before she realized that no
one was going to come and tell
her what to do She had to find
herself, using all the facilities of
the school. It was a valuable and rewarding experience.
In the la>t year of school. Regi and Joe Yanich who
also was born in Detroit, were married. It was at this
time that David Bcn-Gurion said he wanted Americans,
and the young couple left for Israel in 1353. where they
stayed until Iy57 During high school. Regi belonged to
a Zionist group that insisted future leaders must learn
Hebrew, so -he went to Wayne University at nisht for m-
truction. In Israel they both got jobs, working lor
i Regi, in contact with the immigrants, felt the
inspiration that comes with knowing you are doing some-
thing necessarj and useful. Two children, Noah and Yael.
were born in the Hadassah Hospital.
Conflicting medical opinions concerning one ol the
children resulted in their bringing the child back to
America for another opinion. They had grown accustom-
ed to a warm climate, so decided to come to Miami. Here.
Eitan and Yoav were born. Selling Israel Bonds fasci-
nated Joe and for six years he did this. Now he is direc-
tor of the Hebrew University oflice here. Regi is a board
member of Hada.-sah: the hospital in Israel will always
be a wonderful, wnrm. tender part of her life.
The studio in the Yanich home is filled with toys, but
Regi pushes them to one side and goes to work. She is
getting ready lor her first one-man show at Rogues Gal-
lery II on Oct. 10. It is here that she does the striking
invitations (volunteer work) for Hebrew High School. It
is here that she does her own Rosh Hashona cards that
have become a tradition with the Yanich family. It is
here that she has her kiln, and where the children made
their own Kiddush cup. It is here that she sculpts, does
ceramics and paints, enjoying and making use of every
minute.
Regi- is supervisor of Arts and Crafts at Temple Is-
rael on Saturday ;>nd Sunday and teaches Hebrew there
on Tuesday and Thursday. She teaches folk dancing at
Temple Beth Sholom. In betweentime, she cooks, an art
she learned in Israel, where the food was rationed, and
a culinary fizzle could be a major disaster. Now. when-
ever, she cooks according to Middle East recipes, it brings
back happy memories. Regi and Joe and the tour children
have just come back from camp. It was a lovely experi-
ence. Mama and Papa were counselors, and the kids
were campers. Each day in Regi's life is a glowing bead.
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A reception followed the wedding
of Jill Diane Volleahover. daugh-
ter of Mrs. Audrey D. Vollen-
hover. 127 Antiqueia Ave.. and
Robert Allen Zakarin on Sunday.
Aug. 23. at the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Rabbi Norma.i N. Shapiro per-
formed the 1 p.m. ceremony.
Given in marriage by her uncle.
I Herbert Berk, ihe bride wore an
off-white linen styled with an em-
pire waist and Aline skirt adorn-
ed with satin appliques. Match-
ing headpiece and white roses
completed the bridal outfit.
Maid of honor was Sheri Katz.
Ifyra Berk served as junior brides-
maid.
Dr. Stanley Zakarin. the bride-
groom's brother, served as best
man. They are the sons of Mrs.
Minna Zakarin. 110 So. Prospect
I Dr.. and the late Louis Zakarin.
Ushers included Mark Berk,
lames Krisel. Melvin Krohn. Mike
Rosenberg, Mickey Stahl and Jer-
ry Katzen. Ringbearer was .hit
Berk.
The bride is a graduate of
Coral Gables High and Miami Dade
Junior College.
Mr. Vollenhover is an alumnus
if Miami High and the University
ol Miami where he was a mem-
ber of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
Now attending Baltimore College
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MRS. ROBERT ZAKARIN
of Dental Surgery, he Is a mem
I ber of Alpha Omega, dental frat-
ernity.
Following a motor trip to Smoky
Mountain. N.C.. the newlyweds
| will live at 6819-C Townbrook Dr..
Baltimore. Md.
Mrs. Bloom Now Mrs. Blumenfeld
Francine Linda Bloom and Fred-
rick Jon Blumenfeld were mar-
ried Saturday evening. Aug. 22. at
Beth David Synagogue, where a
reception and formal dinner fol-
lowed the nuptials. Rabbi Nor
silk organza. The fitted lace bod
ice was desig.ied with an open
neckline, hand embroidered with
seed pearls, and long sleeves tap-
ered to points. The bouffant skirt
.if pure silk was highlighted both
lront and back with a lace panel.
and swept to a regal train.
The veil of pure silk illusi *n was
softly draped to a matching bead
etl plateau cap She carried her
grandmother's Bible with a clus-
ter oi white orchids, Uly-of-the
valley and stephanotis tied in lov-
er's knots
Sister ol the bride, Carol Bloom.
was maul ol honor Bridesmaids
were Corj Blumenfeld, sister oi
the groom, An Irea Singer, Len re
Gochman. Nan Friedman and
Patricia Tubbs.
James Walker was best man
Ushers were Stanley Bloom, broth
er Oi the bride. Stewart Zirofsky,
Arthur Mones, Mark Kalish and
Michael Blumenfeld.
Michelle Rosen was flower girl
and M ^ s o n Blumenfeld. the
gloom's brother, was ring bear
er
The bride is a graduate of Coral
Cables Senior High, was a mem-
ber of Tsion B'nai B'rith Girls,
and is presently attending the
Morrow, Drasner
Nuptials on Beach
At the Barcelona
Atlanta, Ga.. will be ,
home of the former Mil |,i
Drasner and Stephen Edu | \i0r
row. Setting for the Sur
teinonn nuptials on Atig
the Barcelona Hotel. K.
uel April olficiated and t
mony was followed by
lion
Daughter of Mrs. Ann
...i SW 13th St.. and the
irasner, the bride chosi
le scie -heath with d
(rain, bodice of ream
lace and a head piece
Is.
Attending the couple v [r,.ne
Rubin, maid of honor. El \u.
Joan Weinstein.
Rice, bridesmaids; Larry ,|r[
best man. Artiie Kwai [ru
Becker, Michael Rice, usl
>< >n of Mr. and Mrs. Harr Mor-
row, 300 SW 5th Ter.. the rid*
groom is a graduate i; liami >
Senior High and attended Uni-
versity of Florida where h waj
i member of Pi Lambda Phi Frit,
rnity. Now a student at Smorj
Dental School, he is a mem er ol
Alpha Omega, professior ,1 frat
rnity.
A 1964 graduate of the var-
sity of Miami School of Edu itloh,
he bride graduated from Miami
Senior High and attended the
t niversity of Florida.
i f f
MRS. STtPHtN MORROW
Associated Khototrapheca
MRS. FRtDtRICK BLUMtNftlD
and is Presently attending the hjs |as( veap (lf pre.me,j ,he
University ol Alabama, where she ,_ |mcrsltv of Alabama.
is majoring in speech therapy.
The groom is a graduate of
Tuscaloosa High School, and is
I
After a wedding trip to Jaraatt
.a. the newlyweds wilrfive In Wsg
calooaa, Ala.
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The bride is the daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. William L Bloom, i
5720 Maggiore St. The groom is
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SarnoS'Z^nnr^^i^Physicist Weds Cedars xec Advanced
black balTfringe.
Mrs. Fred Stone selected a
Striking black and white pin-
stripe slack ensemble. Her
waist-bugging blouse was trim-
med with wide, feminine, pleat-
ed white organdy ruffles. A bor-
viva Oroup of lladassah held
A nautically-inspired party
,, night at the Iwmc
Freemans. For the
;,., and dance. Mr*.
, c a muted blue
-lull with a blue and
insert in the V-neck
i i lirman of the even-
\ ,m Muhaelson, was
ute. Her torso-
, was in red with
dots, and her white
, .1 the Aline sil-
hotietl
Mr- Leonard Herman chose a
black slack ensemble with an
c .houlder neckline high-
hghtcd 'th elongated fringe
trim. Soft summer pink was
worn bj Mrs. A. Edward Cohen.
Her -lack >et featured a collar-
le>s, Cardigan-stytad overblouse.
\ two-piece banana yellow silk
crepe sheath was selected by
Mr-. Ted Marks. The Over-
blouse was lightly blousoned with
a cowled neckline. White slacks
opped with a multi-colored over
blouse in a Picasso styled print
na* the choice of Mrs. Sam
Sherman,
PRESIDENT ol the group, Mrs
' Morris Herman, was in a
hitc candy -tripe one-
p suit zipped up the
I as u orn with a goVJ
rl .it the waist Mrs.
i rson's pink and white
overblouse was tunic-
si ooped high over each
edged with a sell -fabric
and worn over white pants.
greens were worn by
Mi- George Simon. Her slacks
m ere a muted olive green, and
her blouse featured a Collage
print w ith a touch of yellow.
Mrs. Irv Blocker topped her
shocking pink stretch slacks
with .i white silk crepe blouse
that buttoned down the back and
had a high cowled neckline.
White slacks, with royal blue and
white in horizontal stripes in the
scooped necked overblouse, was
AUTHORED Dlfiltn
the choice of Mrs. Saul Von
Zamft. Mrs. Morton (iet/. also
chose a blue and white combina-
tion. Powder blue and white
in narrow stripes created her
skirt, and her fitted white bod-
ice had a small asymetrieally-
placed white bow at the neck-
line.
Pastel colors in an ice cream
print chiffon bodice combined
with yellow slacks in Mrs. Maur-
ice Orovitz' choice for the sum-
mer party. Mrs. Arnold Lewis
was in black slacks with a white
lace overblouse. A blue and
white floral print overblouse was
worn over white slacks by Mrs.
Bernard Mandler. Mrs. Gerald
Soltz' texturized linen shift was
Fashion DeSianer Raymond R. Grossman, assist
rasmvn wicjm;i jnt adrninistrator of cedars of
Mrs. Anna Zitter, of 1366 13th I-<*anon Hospital, was advancedI to
Ter.. Miami Beach, announces the thp sla,us pf membership the
marriage of her son. Robert N. American College ol Hospital Aci-
Zitter, to Teresa von Z.rcz on m.n-traiors at the professional
1 lim ir in rwiar r,., m i society s 30th annual convocation
dcr floral print in soft blues and Au* 16 ,n Ctddr <'l0>e- N-J- ceremony on Aug. 23 in the Arie
green was seen on the over- In Budapest, the lormer Miss Crow Tiieater of Chicago's Mc-
blouse worn by Mrs. William von Zlrcz was active in the pub- Cormick place Gross his wilt-
Parker. Mrs Norman Share was l^hing Held. Since coming to Sandra an<| tlu>jr chi,drcn, Mar.
in a black A line shift. Red and New York, she has been busy in f anf| shcryl qv6 at 149i SW
white checked gingham banded the fashion world, and has been JJ4th Avc Mjamj
the sleeveless bodice and was credited with designing many ori- _______
the uniquely ;'al creations. ,. C%A#ib
Mr. Zitter formerly attended the F"rQI TO OpCCIK
University of Miami, and receiv a ^*%%%#^*+i,%ti
ed the Doctorate in physics and ** VOflVefl llOTI
i Master's in mathematics at the
University of Chicago.
He has worked at many research
projects for the U.S. Govern-
used to create
shaped pockets.
lkj|RS. Marshall Feuer's mint
iTI green sheath was slightly
gathered over the nips giving
her skirt a soft silhouette. Her
neckline was vertically slashed
and tied high at the throat. Ca- ment. as well as teaching at the
nary yellow sharkskin pants university, lie is presently one ot
were combined with a black knit the leading scientists employed
bodice by Mrs. Lee Aerenson. A
white dickey front was featured
on her blou.se.
White pants and a lime green
overblouse were Mrs. William
Waitzman's combination. Mrs.
Paul Marks was in an ice blue
cotton with a floral embroidery
on the fitted bodice. Her full
skirt was in sheer, white cotton
voile over the blue cotton, and
a deeper shade of blue was used
in the velvet waistband.
at Bell Laboratories in New Jer-
Or Olom Sets
New Year's Eve
Briss, Perkell
Married in Rites
In Brookline
Ann BUse Perkell and Barry
Stanley Briss were married Sun-
day. Aug. 9. at Temple Kehillath
Israel in Brookline. Mass.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Perkell of 73
Edgewater Dr. She is a graduate
ol Coral Gables Senior High and
the Forsyte school for Dental ll>
gienists in Boston.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Briss of Randolph.
Mass. is a graduate Of Hunting-
ton Preparatory School. at-
tended the University of Massa-
chusetts, and is now a third year
student at Tufts University School
of Dental Medicine.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico and the Virgin Islands, the
couple will live in Brookline.
Ainslee ft. Ferdie, Florida De-
partment Commander. Jewish War
Veterans, will address the 17th
annual convention of the National
Association of State Directors of
Veteran-Affairs on Tuesday at St,
Petersburg Beach.
Commander Ferdie will urge
"cooperation towards enactment
of legislation reopening National
Service Life Insurance, providing
certain new rebuttable presump-
tions, equalizing dependency al-
lowances and liberalizing veterans
"Traditions." dramatic presenta- pensions benefits."
tion under the auspices of Tern- While in St. Petersburg. Ferdie
pie Or Olom Judaism in the Home will speak to the Abe Ader Post
Committee, will be offered by the and Auxiliary 246, JWV, on recent
Sisterhood during a social hour action taken at the national con-
Seturday beginning at 10 p.m. vention held at the Diplomat
Mrs. Emery Green, committee Hotel,
chairman, Mrs. Gerald Schwartz. On Saturday. Ferdie will ad-
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April are in charge of the pro- iary 759 in Orlando. While there
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Alvin Levenson. Committee.
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gust 28, i
New concept of the Ark, in which the To.ah Scrolls are
housed, is featured at the Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue. This is one of many innovations at the synagogue,
which will shortly publish a brochure, including postcards in
color, featuring new ideas in House of Worship architecture
end detail. The synagogue has already attracted thousands
of visitors.
Young Israel
Names New
Education Leader
Young Israel of Greater Miami
announces that Rabbi Arnold Rieh-
ter has been engaged as educa-
tional director of the cong* ga-
llon.
Rabbi Richter received his re-
ligious training at the Hebrew
Theological College in Chicago,
llis secular education was receiv-
e v Ik re he was born.
He was affiliated with the
Kehilath Jeshoron Synagogue in
Chicago from 1*57 to 1961. In
IMl, he moved to New York,
where he became an instructor
at the Yonkers Yeshiva wntil
1963. During the past year, he
was an instructor at the Hebrew
Academy and the Hebrew High
School.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. spiritual
or ol the Young Israel con-
-ation. said that "an interest-
ing and educational program has
lieivj planned for the forthcoming
school year.
Rabbi Richter will also be in
charge of youth activity at Young
Israel.
Registration is now open for
Nursery. Kinder;|arden. Hebrew
School and Sunday School to all
residents of the North Dade Jew-
ish community.
RABBI ARNOLD RKHTfR
Miami Pharmacists
In Groundbreaking
At Hebrew Univ.
Groundbreaking ceremonies l"i'
ill,' new School ol Pharmacy ol
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem took place Tuesday, il was
announced bj Ben s. and Jer-
ome Stern, of the Pharmacy
Branch ol 111 American Friends
ol tin' Hebrew Universit)
Tin- new Pharmac) School will
be situated al Km Karem, site ol
the medical campus <'i the He
brew University. Together with
the new medical and dental school,
ii will be par) t .. teachinj cen
lor known as the Schools <>i H;
ing.
Stern said that "it will be wel-
come news to the pharmacists of
the Greater Miami area who are
participating in this historic
undertaking and to the many
others throughout America who,
we confidently expect, will join
us in the creation of this urgent-
ly-needed school."
Operating in makeshift quar-
ters, iho first school was opened
to to students in 1953. Tin' new
building at Km Karem ill en-
able the School of Pharmacy to
increase its enrollment.
Among residents in Greater
Miami who have contributed to
the pharmacy school during the
past several years are Lester E.
Amster, Herbert W. Adkins. Jack
Davis. Sam Goldman. Aaron 1.
Gordon. Joseph E. Grosberg, liar
ry J. Lane, Samuel Leiner. Jacob
Pulver, Milton Russinof. Ben Saks,
Lawrence Simkin. Jerome Stern.
Frank Toback and Walter Wax
man.
Representing Greater Miami at
the ceremony was Jacob Pulver.
who with Saks spearheaded local
efforts in suport of the new
School of Pharmacy at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
1
AlA.WI REHABtUiA
Julius Cooper (left>. of Miami Beach, is conrj.
Mayor of Beersheba, us the Greater Miami P.eh .
stitute of Kupat Holim is inaugurated In Isrcn .
of the Negov. Looking on are Rabbi Leon Kron: ...
chairman of the Bus.in.ess and Professional Chapter of Kum
Holim here, which was responsible for the erection citjJ
clinic, and Samuel Feinstein (right), president cf the Green)'
Miami Israel Histadrut organization. The recent :ied:c3S
ceremony was attended by many government d -:riitaiies.
Moshe Berman is executive director of the local chi
'Show and Tel!'
At Beth Sholom
Temple Beth Shi n v.ili toi-l
duet its annual "Shi nd Tell*"
service on Friday. B 15 p.m., ac-1
cording to an announ lent Ml
Louis F. Snetman. T< |
dent
Rabbi Leon Ktonish
David Conviser will conduct Iky
service, and the One
lowing the service in thi auditor!
ium will be sponsored b> the Tern!
pie's Membership Committee, of|
which Jack M. Fink is chairman,
"Each year, at the beginning ]
of the season, our Temple con
duet- this 'Show and Tell' tor HiI
members, and especiali\ lor dm
and prospective members, in or
that Beth SholonVs facilities
philosophy mat be \pla:nej
" i
JACK fINK
der
and
and
ed.
demonstrated.' 1
Why Baal Shem Tov Never Made it to Israel
London
pABBI Israel Baal Shem Tov,
" the founder of Chassidism,
yearneJ for the land of Israel,
and his dearest wish was to set
foot on the sacred soil. Twice
he tried to make the journey, but
each time there were obstacles in
the way, and he was unable to
reach his destination. Then one
day Rabbi Israel decided to try
once again. For the third time.
he set out from Miedzyboz on
the perilous pilgrimage to the
land. This time, he was accom-
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panied by his daughter. Adela,
and one of his disciples.
Three days passed uneventful
ly at sea. and the ship steadily
approached nearer and nearer to
the land of Rabbi 1-rael'^
dreams. Then, on the fourth
day, a band of pirates fell upon
the ship and took the passenger
captive. Among the prisoners
was the Rabbi, together with his
daughter and disciples.
Powerless to Help
"Rabbi," cried the disciple in
anguish, "you are the master of
God's Name. You heal the sick,
you raise the fallen. Men say
there is no problem that you can-
not solve, no burden that youj
cannot lighten. Rabbi, save
yourself and rescue us from all
this fearful danger."
"Alas, alas," lamented Rabbi
Israel. "I am powerless. There
is nothing I can do. I have for-
gotten all I ever knew."
"All," exclaimed the disciple
in horror.
"Yes, all." said Rabbi Israel
sadly. "My mind is a blank. I
cannot remember a single pass
age of the Zohar, the Book of
Mystery. I cannot recall a single 1
verse of the Holy Bible. I can-1
not recollect a single word off
the Talmud or the Mishnah. H
have forgotten every phrase in
the prayerbook, the Siddur. Could
I but recall a single passage,:
then we would be saved."
The disciple gazed at Rabbi'
Israel with pity and fear. He'
had never seen the revered Rab-
bi in such distress. "Is there
nothingnothing at allthat you
remember?" he stammered. Then
a flame flickered in the Rabbis
eyes.
No Scholar Needed
"Yes." he said joyfully. "I
begin toI rememberthe let-
ters of the Hebrew alphabet.
Come, my son, let us say them
together. Aleph, beth, gimmel,
daieth." Before they reached
the fifth letter, the Rabbi and
his companions were miraculous-
l> back in Miedzyboz, Pirates,
prisoners and chains had vanish-
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Why had this happe ? Whj
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gust 28. 1964
fJewisii nor/dHun
Page 13-B
^5ar ^/VLitzvan
Rs!ph Kazer
Deborah Rachlin
Mr. and Mrs. llymiin Brick, "l
New York.
Homanoff Kazer and De- Harvey will be entering eighth
ichlin, first cousins grade at Parkway Junior High.
'' attended Beth David
| School tor eight years,
,unrated on Saturday Bar Mttzvah f Nathan Gold-
l Aug. 29. at Beth David |nan of Louisville, Ky., is being
Nathan Goldman
Ross Rubin
Ronnie Simon
A reception in honor of the Bar
m Mil2_vah will follow the cerejQQBy.
Ross Rubin
On Saturday morning. Aug. 29.
ill.>-. -hi of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rubin, will be Bar Mitzvah .it
temple /.i"n. with Rabbi Alfred
Waxnian officiating.
An eighth grade student at Kin-
loch Park Junior High, Ross plays
in the school band. He has been
a student at Temple Zion since the
age of four and plans to continue
I ie, with Rabbi Norman N. hl.;d a, Temple Ner Tamid so that \ School. He is the son of Mr. and stitute. Dr. Isaac Ever will of- in ,he Confirmation Class.
Ci'iro and Cantor William W. his great-grandmothers, Mrs. Mary I Mrs. Marvin L. Goodman, andlficiate, and President William Mr. Rubin is owner of Rubin-
on officiating. Miller and Mrs. Dora Goldman, | grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen will present the celebrant i dale's Kosher Meat Market. Mrs.
n ,ii Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. can be present for the occasion. Kastan of Miami Beach. with a Bible. Rubin is a past president of
Kalph is an Honor Roll ( Ceremony is slated for early *
Larry Benes
Larry Allen, son of Mr. and
An eighth grade student at, Temple Zion Sisterhood and of
Nautilus Junior High, Larry at-: West Miami Jewish War Veterans
tends Agudath Israel Religious Auxiliary 223.
nt in the third form at Ran- morning services on Saturday,
School, where he received Aug. 29, with Rabbi Eugene Labo-
porcign Languages Award in vitl officiating. Mrs. Louis Benes. 7629 Dickens School. An all-star pitcher and: She is presently serving as com-
liuh and Latin. Favorite sub- Nathan is an eighth grade stu- Ave., will observe his Bar Mitz-j infieldcr, he is a member of the munity relations chairman in both
s are mathematics and biol- dent at Seneca High School and vah on Saturday morning, Aug. \ City National Bank Little League groups.
[ he was recently recipient I a craduate of Louisville Hebrew 23. at Agudath Israel Hebrew In- team.
|he Shapoff Award for excel-]-----------
|e in Hebrew studies. His
Kiddush will be tendered by
Ross' parents in his home.
Ibies are chess and bunding
I planes and cars.
feborah, daughter of Mr. and
Norman S. Rachlin, is in the
(tti grade at South Miami Jun-
High She has been on the
On Becoming Bat Mitzvah in Lisbon
By BENG. FRANK
LISBON Three young girls
n\ List, is a Student Council; s(ood on the hjman in tne syna.
u-"'!""! Boeue at 59 Rue Alexandre Hor-
culano and each recited in both
Hebrew and Portuguese several
of the Ten Commandments.
[the accelerated mathematics
ram next year. Deborah was
jcntly given a special award
m Beth David for excellence in.
Crew studies. Her hobbies in-!
Ie sewing and swimming.
fericagoans attending will be
and Mrs. Morris Rachlin, De-
bit's grandparents. Local
fats will include Mrs. Libbie
pnanoff. grandmother of the
and Bas Mitzvah, and Mrs.
Kazer, Ralph's grandmother.
tiddush and luncheon in Spec-
Hall will follow the services.
*
Larry Konefsky
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
d Konefsky, will become Bar
hvah on Saturday, Aug. 29, at'
\\ Moshe Congregation. Kid-
his honor will follow the
(Vices in 1'opiel Social Hall.
student Of the Beth Moshe
|bnw School and North Miami
Jior High. Larry plays saxo-
pne in the school band.
luncheon in his honor will
held at the Dcauville Hotel on
Ida]
A few months earlier and a
few hundred miles away in the
Jewish synagogue at 19 Calle
Pizarro. Madrid. Spain, seven
girls chanted Hebrew prayers in
a colorful and dignified exercise.
The ceremony, of course,
was the Bat Mitzvah which in
1964 was inaugurated in the
two Jewish communities of the
Iberian Peninsula.
In Lisbon. Rev. Isaac Toledano
explained it thusly:
"We felt it v as a good idea for
the future mothers to know some-
thing about Hebrew prayers, a
bit of Jewish history and the
meaning of festivals."
In both Portugal and Spain,
devout Catholic countries. Jewish
communities which make up a
minute segment of about 700
Jews out of a total population
on nine million as in Portugal or
one out of 5.000 out of a total
population of 29 million as in
Spain, it is not very hard for
young people to assimilate and
intermarry, according to Jewish
leaders hero Therefore. Jewish
community officials search for
every means to instill Jewish
Jeffrey Karsh
ifereth Israel will be the site
khe Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Paul
|rsh i'ii Saturday morning. Aug.
during services conducted by
tbbi Henry B. Wernick.
Mr, and Mrs. David Karsh. lor- tradition into its youth.
prly of Washington, D.C., will
Jnor their son at a reception in
p Temple's social hall following
ceremony.
\n eighth grade student at
Umi Edison Junior High. Jef-
p's hobby is collecting rare
Ins.
And the reaction of the two
Jewish communities toward
Catholic influences show up
even in ceremonies like the
first Bat Mitzvah held in May
in Lisbon.
Harvey Kansol
fjarvey L. Kansol, son of Mr.
Mrs. Seymour Kansol, of 18115
2">th Ct.. celebrated his Bar
fzvah Saturday. Aug. 8, at Con-
ation B'nai Raphael.
wests included his great-grand-
w. Mrs. c.oidie Weiner, from pal Field Day Here
Jersey, and his grandparents,
For example, the three girls
who participated in the ceremony
wore blue not white dresses.
Rev. Toledano explained that
in the late spring when the Bat
Mitzvah was held, the Catholics
make communion for their daugh-
ters and they all wear white
dresses.
The s;reets of Lisbon, he said,
are full of girls in white dres-
ses. "We did not v/ant to be
like the Christians," he said.
Of course, in both com muni
ties, it was not easy to initiate
the new ceremony, a popular
American tradition.
Dr. Elias Baruel, vice president
of the Jewish community in Lis-
bon, said a hazan, who has since
returned to France, germinated
the idea several years ago. At
first. Dr. Baruel related, mem-
bers of the executive board ask-
ed: "Why do we need it? The
ceremony is a Christian tradi-
tion.''
But then one of the synagogue
gabais visited Rrazil and saw the
Bat Mitzvah. He returned to Lis-
bon and encouraged the group to
adopt the ceremony. In Spain, a
similar debate was held before
the Bat Mitzvah was started.
The first Bat Mitzvah class
in Lisbon was convened last
year. The girls learned to read
Hebrew, were taught the mean- ,
ing of Jewish holidays and .
learned the "Shma Yisrael,"
the Ten Commandments and
the 13 principles of the faith by
Maimonides.
Just before the ceremony.
however, the girls had to pass
an oral examination on Jewish !
customs and prayers. They were
tested by members of the exec
Utive board. The three passed.
Finally, the big day arrived.
Several hundred members of the
Lisbon Jewish community gath- '
ered in the synagogue on the
warm Shabhat afternoon. The
ceremony begun.
The girls fust said the "Shma
Yisrael" and the program con-
tinued with recitations.
The hazan, Rev. Toledano. add-
ed a spiritual and festive air to
the Bat Mitzvah by rendering a
few selections.
Ronnie Simon
Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Ron-
nie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Afterwards, a reception was simon, on Saturday morning, Aug.
held by the parents in the dec- 29, at Temple Emanu-El.
orated synagogue garden. Gifts Ronnie will enter the eighth
were passed out and refresh- grade at the Hebrew Academy
ments served. He is a talented pianist, has per-
If one talked to the members frmed in many recitals and won
of the community that day. they J* pnz\f* m$ p,ayl'1ng at -^
indicated that the community Hebrew Academy.
He enjoys
had inducted aTlmTorVan't water-skiing- and also belongs to
event. They seemed to be say-
ing that though small, the Jew-
ish community in Portugal would
survive.
the bowling team at the Hebrew-
Academy.
Mrs. Rebecca Taylor and Mrs.
Rose Simon, grandparents of Ron-
nie, will be present for the oc-
It at least encouraged many casion.
other girls to study for and par- The eelebrast will be honored
ticipate in a Bat Mitzvah, said at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
Rev. Toledano in an optimistic ing the service and at a reception
tone. Saturday evening at the Seville
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*Jeist fkridfiaw
Friday. August 22
A Rabbi Views Jewish Life in Latin America
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Ptaeui Gabel. a German
ar.d president of his con-
n in Caracas, has a Mik-
BUtuiariuai I in his home,
a most jihenominal and rare
tact. It 1- th>- example of ex-
treme pittj, which -tanas out
so cleany, considering the drnt
which many have been taking in
Latin America away from Jud-
aism. Wherever one goes, he
the overwhelming influence
Of -.he United states. The mom-
.uu board the Yiasa Air
Lines and pick up an English
edition ot the Venezuelan news-
paper, you see such lamiliar edi-
torialists as Roscoe Drumond and
David Lawrence. The comic
pa-e features Dick Tracy and
Little Orphan Annie. The worn-
page, until the Presidents
assassination, featured the Jac-
queline Kennedy hairdo and pill
b \ hats.
Riding down the glamorous
Avenida Abraham Lincoln, which
compares favorably with Lin-
coln Road or Fifth Avenue in
York, you pass the General
Eli Line buildinu and the Philco
building, with their latest elec-
tronic appliances beautifully dis-
played. You -ee full page ads
or giant savings at lamous
American name department
.-tOP
And yet, despite this strong
influence, the people nourish a
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiri-
tual leader of Beth El Congre-
gation, offers his views on Lat-
in American Jewish communi-
ties gleaned c'unng a trip there
last year.
IIV KOGAH
When your family
celebrates a Special
Family Occasion-
Welcome Wagon Calls
When your family celebrate* a
i tcenth birthday, announ
an engagement or the birth of
a new baby, or moves to a new
home, your Welcome Wagon
Hustesi will c.iil with a basket
of giits...and friendly greetings
from the religious
and business lcade
our community
.;._ resentment against
the United States. The tint re-
action which seems to be a case
of "biting the hand that feeds
you"' quickly lade- when you
-peak with the people. You
learn, for example, that hardly
an American Ambas;ador speaks
Spanish, and any public remarks
are made through interpreters.
And so, rather than a promoter
of good will, the ambassador is
otten a source of irritation.
Jews of Maracaibo
The Jewish population of Mar-
acaibo. Venezuela, numbers less
than a thousand, with most of
the Jews in the retail merchan-
di-ing business. There is no
shochet (ritual slaughterer) in
the city Meats and poultries
are flown in from Caracas. The
one synagogue they have, which
is Orthodox, is housed in a beau-
tiful edifice dedicated not too
long ago. The building, known
as Scciadad Israelita, serves as
a -ocial center, and includes
beautiful meeting rooms, an out-
c'ocr swimming pool, an outdoor
theatre, and a patio for outdoor
events Adjoining the building
is the BailikHertz Collcgio,
n hich serves as the commun-
ity's Jewish school.
The school, built and maintain-
ed by the Jewish community,
offers a tull day program, in-
cluding a broad general educa-
tion, plus a limited Jewish edu-
cation, such as Hebrew customs
and history. The secular depart-
ment is recognized by the gov-
ernment and staffed by govern-
mi nt-lice: ed personnel. The
Kogan Specks
At Emanu-EI
49'ers Function
Z.-\ W Ki gan, Miami Beach at-
torney, was guest speaker at a
recent meeting of the Temple
Emanu El 19'ers, according to Irv-
Schatzman, pnesident.
A native-born Israeli, Kogan
v ..- a member of the Haganah and
Dae of the leaders of the Macca-
bee sport organization.
A graduate of the Hebrew Gym-
nasium of Herzlia. he received the
Bachelor of Law degree from the
School of Law and Economics of
Tel Aviv and the Doctor of Law
degree at the University of Droit.
Lyons, France.
Kogan also holds the Master
of International Affairs and
Master of Russian degrees of
Columbia University and an
LLB degree at the University
of Miami. He is a member of
the Florida Bar.
As a lecturer, he has spoken
on behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal. Bonds for Israel. Zionist
Organization and Jewish National
Fund. He \\a> originator of the
for the establishment of Me
.: mi's twin city
in Israel.
II' it for the Temple Emanu-EI
Irving Schan-
ker, \ ic nt. Man n -pear.
im ol
-. accompanii he pian'i
b) Aida Ya-lo.
Temple Sinai
Installation Set
Newly-elected officers and Board
of Trustees of Temple Sinai will
be installed on Saturday evening
at the Balmoral Hotel.
The 7 p.m. ceremony will be
conducted by Dade County Com-
missioner Harold A. Greene and
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy
Hebrew e'epartment is staffed
b\ teachers from Israel The
School ha- 200 some children
with (:--.- from kindergarten
through sixth made.
Caracas, the capital of Vene
zuela. with over a million popu-
lation, h..- a Jewish population
of 15,000, of which ten thou-aril
are Ashkenazim. or Eastern
Europeans, and the remainder
Sephardic. or Jews from Medi-
terranean countries, including
Spain. North Africa, Italy and
Turkey The tact that there is
little contact or love between
these two groups can best be
illustrated by the following:
Five Synagogues
I asked one of the Jews in
Caracas how many Jews there
were in the city. The man said
there are ten-thousand. I then
asked if among these there were
many Sephardic, to which the
man replied. "Oh. if you figure
the Sephardic group, we have
fifteen thousand Jews."
The community has two kosh-
er butchers. One of these. Sr.
Kit in. has just enrolled his
daughter at the Hebrew Acad-
emy in Miami Beach, fled Hun-
gary during the uprising in 1956.
and mad- his way to Venezuela.
The city has live synagogues, all
Orthodox, including one Sephar
die synagogue. The architec-
ture, as well as the interior ot
the -ynaaogues. show the Span-
ish-Moorish influence, w h l c h
seem- to be predominant every-
where. The synagogues are pat-
terned after the Spanish tradi-
tion, including the form of the
When the eccasion arises, phone
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Reveal Symphony Auditions
Mrs Albert Pick, president of
the South Florida Youth Sym-
j phony, has announced auditions at
555 NW 152nd St., Sunday, l to
) 3:30 p.m. Auditions will also be
held on Sunday. Sept. 5. Carmen
Nappo is conductor.
-ervices. as well as the unique
( istoms Which are practiced
within the synagogue The edu-
cation ol the Jewish children is
ntrated in the "Colegio
Moral y Lucas, Hertzl-Bialik'
which ha- fifteen-hundred Jewish
children. The school has a sec-
ular, as well as a Jewish pro-
gram on both the elementary
and high school levels.
The city ot Bogota, which is
the capital of Colombia, has a
Jewish population of six-thou-
sand, about four-thousand of
whom are Ashkenazim. They
have a similar type of school as
in Caracas, including elementary
and high school, with an enroll-
ment ot six hundred Jewish stu-
dents. They have lour syna-
gogues, all Orthodox, one of
which is Sephardic. and pattern-
ed after Spanish Moorish archi-
tecture. They have one ritual
slaughterer who serves the needs
of the community There are
Jewish colonies in various dis-
persed cities and towns through-
out the country, many of which
are situated high in the Andes
Mountains,
Early Colonization
One of the most fascinating
aspects of my visit was my con-
tact with the history ol the early
Jewish colonization ol these
countries. This contact began
one morning when I visited the
Union Israelite Sociadad Jewish
community centt r in Caracas.
I learned from a Dr, Wiesen-
tit-Id. vice presidi nl ol the Jew
ish conununitj, of I i urrent
plans to build a beautiful new
1*
structure to house the v*_>|
and the center, it ...m.*|}l
er strange to mt "9
beautiful and J
which they now
-hould be thi-
build yet a biggi
I a-ked what the i eed ,,'/
a private school program
when public edui
and when Jewish studii
., very small part ol .
cational program in *\
ing this with Dr \\.
and with Prof. Abraham m^
publisher of the weekh .^
paper. "Semanario Veneiaiast"
as well as with other coi :umi,l
leaders, I discovered ., n..l
ing thing
Jack Sandier Honored
Jack Sandier, general i .i
ol Radio Station WQA.M a. -e.f
bers of his staff were honored bj
Variety Club at a testimocul fly
rer Tuesday at Kin-
try Club.
Art Institute Show
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artists on Saturday and Sundajl
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lard Gold, 700 Lakev, [>.[
Miami Beach, from 1 t' p.ra|
Public is invited.
Social Work Counselor
Mrs Florence S. Sincla locall
social worker, has annou; |
opening of her office lor
in ol marriage, parent j
personal adjustment probl -I
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Ijianrus, Miami:

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rr:ndM.V:irv.n, Mar-
;,:'.;:," u
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I m. Xebo Orn*-
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Iafrison
i;i s\\ 12th 81 .
'; mi,, here l
.., ,,f Beth Ko-
.. .ii Temnl*
. she Is survived
. hur Harrlaon, !
daughter, Mra.
M .urn: two bro-
... ., .teis; four Brand
. nere held Alls
. .I ilome.
f"| Mia 22 Riverside.
Iz, .,, .. I. of 1160 S
i. < 1'iraon
lov ,,. ..!' M 15th Ht..

DHE f,. ,, nl 102" Euclid Ave

DLEMAN, *. of '"":! "W
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OS! HAN. II "f :':''" W
lii N< Vork < 'It)
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-AZAKUS. 'I m 'I '' of it*
|.\ ., > l!l\. raid*.
Ers- i' "I i Si !< iii New Haven,
I.
JHEN. i ... n. "f 1041 S\V l"lll
i;. \ .'. lordon.
lESNICK. \ir- Mnliel, '.-'. "f 1840 SB
h si il \ ut. 22. Riverside.
TEIN. Ill ., 70. of I1"*B Bo.
ire I'i .i d Auk. 21, Service*
I In Rrookh n P't erslde,
? EINSTEIN. .1 .'ins. 76, "f 1!'7.". SW
'l7th i" ''' Vie. -' flordon,
jeeneerg. ':'i,ri:i Cornk, 22, died
[ v '.r |7 Sttr\ .ors Include parent*,
tii ., i Mrs f ii Corak. .>f Miami
." s. r\ i.>- in New York. Rlv-
. .i.
ALK, Minnie, ;:. ol 77!7 Byron Ave.,
iii I Aug. to. Riverside.
AT2. Bi ,i 11141 Orlfflng
lilvd nine : Park, died Auk. is.
.
Iurlong. K ard i. M. of l2i>l
lsw tirth M died Aug. 19. Rlver-
loLDBERG. M .-. 66, .if KM NE
T n si ,h \ng. is. Riverside.
lATi. ;;..-.. T i.l 17". I S\V Hill Si..
[ il Vi- I:' service* in Pittsburgh.
I
lELS-ON. Mm Kebeeea. 71. ol S
I SW SLnd i'i died Auk. 14. Rlv. raid.
tiTC'iELL. Han -7. ot 17"1 S\V 2th
I vi 12. Rlveraide
Jkc.i. Miirk. '-. son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Sa col I 1850 s\V Stth Ave..
Lin: 13. I Ionian.
}loc- i.,. i. of 1240 NK |7Snd
LEGAL NOTICE
si died Auk. i
Tork. Rlveraide.
lanzner. William, 71. of 1320 Mer-
idian Ave., died Auk. 18. Rlveraide,
wishn.CK. Minnie, "., ol I81S Jef-
ferson Ht., Hollywood, Fla., died
Aiu n Rlversldi
kaplan. Mitchell Mark, l(, ol i29
i lac) Ave 'Ii' >l Auk. 10. Sun Ived
bj parenta, Reuben and Klorence
Kiiplnn. Newman.
GOLDBERG, Mm Anna. ^:'.. "f 151 NR
"..'ml Si died Auk. I" Newman.
HOOOR. Jacob, m. of 1849 Jama* Ave.,
died Auk II. Services in New Vmk.
Rlveraide.
liebling. Rachel, 8, nf 8t4 vlatntml
Blvd., 'il"i Aujt. 17. Rlversldi
finger. Freda, 8, "f 1541 Mlchlnan
am.., died Aojr. 17. Riversbli.
HORODNER. Ilvuiaii, 7:'. at "i823 S\V
'.'Ih 'I'll-. .Il-il Auk 17. Ker\ Icea In |
New Vork. I: i \ ralde
JACOBSON. Helen. M, 15800 NB
'.iii An.- Blaala i K-Ni- man.
POLLACK. Mis. Nelde Cohen, 88, ,.f
BUM s\V _'vi!, si.. ili,-'l Auk. i7. Rlv-
eraide.
KRAMER. Mis Beatrice, 8, ( !""
i:.i\ ltd >, i \,.. s In Pittsburgh,
Rlversldi
SELTZERMAN, Mnnis, J, of I" Col-
lins Ave s.. I,, s in Bronx, N.T.
I Ncwniuu.
white, Mra. I'l.i. in. 88, ol i- Mer-
idian Ave. N "iiiiui.
HURVITZ. l.-.uis .1. 71, of 800 NE
IKOch si Hervknn In Boatou, Mass.
Rlveraide.
Wciao. Mrs. Kndle, 18, ..t BS4 Wash-
HiKi..ii Ave. Rlveraiue.
BUCK. Mis. Ii.ssi.-. 7-. ..i l".l Mrd
Si. BlaalierK.
LEW. S.....ii. I. 68, ,.f IS20 Collins Ave.
Services In Bronx, N.Y. Rlveraide
ROStNBLATT. Julius, hi". "I 1"'.. '.'Ill
SI. Rlvemldi
SHORSER. laadore, 7",. of 111 '"iillins
Ave Service" in New Vork City.
Rlvei sal,
vbuuvin. Jacob, ~2. ol 828 Ocean
Mr. Services m Baltimore. Md. Rlv-
eraide.
FtNTON. K.lu.li.l A 80, nf "I" '-->
11,1. Riverside.
NARDELLA. Joseph, -I. 82.1 Wash-
ington Am seivlces In Long Island
Cliy, N.Y. RlveraWe.
BAnASCH. Ma .. 2031 Meridian
Ave, Klversioe.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NnTli'i: IS HKRBBY I1IVEN Ihnl
the undersigned, desiring to i ngage In
business under the fictitious name of
JOB'S l-'UIKN I m Y MARKET III iK-MI
N.W. I7ili Aven'.u in the Cltj of Mi-
ami. II..i i.l i. intend to register Un-
said name with the I'lerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I'aili I'm my. Florida.
Han.I at Miami, Florida, this loth
da) "f August, 1984.
MARll > I l,< IBEILA
JORCE i'AIH
Shevln, fl.....ini.in .v. ll..II7.IHI1U
340 s.->ii..lil i:|.Ik.
Miami. I- wirldo
H> : S\ Ivan Holtaman
i Attorney for Apidicant
\ JS. 'i l-l i -is
LEGAL NOTICE
in the c.rcuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit.
in and for dade county
florida. in chancery
NO. t>4C S464
MABEL fl.AItt l.oWK.
Plaintiff,
l.l.oii' \ ANA l.i 'Wi:.
I>i-1, n.lalH.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VOC iuovo v.i.v.i i.n\>i;. -
North Highland Road, Ojuitman.
Ueurgia, are required to flic your an-
swer to Ihe complaint for Divorce
wiiii tin- Clerk oi the above styled
I,..iii and .-.ii. a copy thereof upon
Hfimiin Cohen, Esq., Ulo-ll Oon
ureas Building, .Miami. Floii.la. on or
before September SStn, l'.'t. or else
complaint 'id Be iagB al coiileas-
.,i BATEO, iiiis tSUi day "i Au-
gust, l'.'i'i
K. i: LJ3ATHHRMAN
Clera >-i Ibe Circuit Uaurl
|iy: B. It I.v.wvav
s 18, H l-ll-U
CERT FICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO \l I. TO WHOM THESR PRB-
KENTS SUM.I. i'i'MK. OREETINOS:
U-li.-i. .-. MITiHBL P. MII.I.KI'..
MIAMI Sl'RlNiiS, M.nlOliA. AI--
,.!,.,.-,, KANE MIAMI SPRINOS.
pSlPA: OAVIP II. MILLER. Ml-
\MI SFRINOS, I'l.i'ltM'A dill on Ihe
JiS da, of November. A.I 1958 cause
, be incorporated under the tows of
,i. mat, ot riorum mamia 14oo
CORP., ii corporjtlon. -lib '" J''1'" !
dual pla......I Lush,, ss a miam'
SPRINOS, OAPB COCNTY, In the
Mate ol II... Id., and whereas such
corporation '"'" "" lh ,'"' '">,
August. A ll 1981. cause to be filed n
n? office of the Secretary of State
,,( the State -f Klorhla, the documen-
lin auth..rlt> required under 4eci on
8(M(.j; Eiorldn Statutes, ahowlng the
dissolution hi su. h corporation.
Now, therefore, the Bcrf'*r "f
Btate does hereby certify-to the fore-
,..... and thai I"- is satisfied that the
r...|,i7r. ni.'Nis of ihe law have been
"""l^un-NKss WHB1REOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
llfflXed the ,,f Florida, al Tallahassee, m<
Capita" tbu the Kl.KVKNTll clay
f ACOCST, A.l>. 1984
.ll TOM AUAMS
s'ccrelarj ol Slate
S _'N 61
CIRCUIT COURTH. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 640 9071
KHAR) N P.' I'll KIN';.
I' 1. 111 1111
\ H.
I.II.I.IAN' l KINO,
I icfendanl.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yi >\\ LILLIAN i'. KING
Resldem I'nknoa n
ire notifletl i" serve a copy of your
iiish. i in Divorce I'omplainl filed
against vou on Ilalntlffn attorney,
OUOKCK N'H'lliil.AS. 611 N.W. 1 -'til
Ave., Miami, l in. and file orlglnul
with Olerk of this Court on or before
Scpteml..... -'". 1964, otherwise com-
plaint will be confessed bj you,
DATED August II. 1964.
B. I'.. LEATHERAIAN. Herk
Is. a'i By: B. H I.ANVVAV
I leputy i "l.-i'k
N L'l -L'N. 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HEREBY lll\ l-N tl
,,,;. understoned. deslilnK I.....--
ta.....- under the rMlthMW. iwrn.
,.,.AV.:n:i. i y*H''.,SH ... s
i >os Plaxa BulldlnK, 248 <
StreVt Ml...... Kl...... *'. '":
.,, realater sal I name nb Ihe < I
,:,;;,;. .'ii.uii .....< <** '"
'"'"'"Lm.vsK JACOBB. ........|
Belgel, Alt., i'i. Wi iss .v. Lyons
Attorney- for Ulady. h .in--- ( J(
Hat
111
,.f
Ml
1st
Ida
rk
ity,
-II
_ '*'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63715 B
IN RE: Batate "f:
II R1.BN C. Ml" IRE,
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Batate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" preaenl any claims and de-
mands which you maj have rgalnsl
Hi- estate of HEL.EN C. MOORE de-
ceased late ni Bade County, Florida,
lo the Count* ludges ol 1 'a I Coun-
ty, and fill the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section "83.16, Florida
siaiui.'s. in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse 111 l':nl<- County, Flor-
ida, within sl\ calendar months from
the time ..f the first publication here-
of i r the sam will be barred,
I >:,!..I ,1 Miami Kl.-''a. Iliis ITlll
day ni August, A.D. 1964.
MARX PABBR
As Administrator
l-'irsi publication of this notice on
ih. l'I-t dny "f August, 1964.
MARX PABBR
Attorney im Administrator
1012 Alnaley Building
v 2| .28, 'i ill
E^E%?^UUDTcC2rjR0CFU^.EN
No. 64C 9484
MAI'.KI.i'lAlll l.nWH.
Plaintiff.
; mxyt vaxa lowe,
"notice by publication
voc luuyd sana lok.
N.Vili' Highland Road, Qultmui
,v, 'ii are r. |ulred lo fll. youi at
':;;',-';.. ,. comptaim.......-*
.,.',.'..I., n. Esq., 1310-11 <'"-'^-'
SSudlnK. Miami, Horlda. on or before
Septembei Wlh. 1964, or else com
plain, wll be taken as '""--..
DATED, this Kth day ol August,
''";l i: B. LBATHERMAN
I'lerk ..I im Circuit Court
i-call Ity: I'- l-ANWA^
'"""> ''"^-.i, ..11-18
NOTICE UNDER
' CTITIObS NAME LAW
Vi'tnl-: is HEBEBY GIVEN thai
ndersigneil desiring to engage
i :i. the fictitious name
SEASON'S I 'UK at 8701 NK llli
k, t. Miami, Florida, Intend* to
with the Clerk ol
ii.- <'ir iii ,.i i i.i.i,. County,
IeIII H \ IT \\ il' FLORIDA, INC.
% >\\ ARD 11 IIIRSCH
|tti for i
f Kin Inc.
8 :'<, f- 1-11-18
Fn T^ie COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Ih AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
rLORIDX '\ PROBATE
N) 14061-C
'
IAN 'I. a
'
is. .1
'OTIC: OF PROBATE
ATE OF L O R' D A ;
- 1 XTERES I'EI I I N
-M. i .|> Kl >KNT
lifted I hat .' i ii
I 11Kilting in be tin
"I "i IS nl di c<
t. .1 to prol
^ immand
months from
e of 1 ii. I alii hi nl 111
, n i|i|i in Court .in '
J ...| :i 11. IX li\ the
I""" '! s:-i,l '.. ill ilmil I Ins I il
luld in.i stand iin-
iik.il.
OEOW .'I.AI'.K
Judgi
111 By: ,'"' l!.\ c. HICK.
I Herfc
1\ l N i: CYPRN LAW OP1 ICES
Ili.rn.M s
t> Arthur nod Road
ami Reach, I m Ida
Tirai pubiii i of lii-s notice on
-,yiii da) of August, 1964.
x/28, 9/4-11-is
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO Ml. TO WHOM THESE PRE-
sents siiai.i.i'.'MK. UBKWriNUtl:
Where..*, STANDBY B. KICHARD,
Ml Wll BEACH, PljORIDA: ROW-. W.
l.AMi:. MIAMI BEACH. rUMUUA:
MK1.VIN I. gl'ROI 1' ,v,ll V '
HP veil PI.ORIDA 'lid 'I"' '" fl>
ol August. Al- 1954, causa to bo in-
cruorated under the law* ol the
s,.,,. ..i Florida AETNA MORTOAC.E
ctiMI'ANY......rporatlon ""
prlncliail place of bualnesa al MIAMI
Sl'RINtlH DADE COCNTY, In the
Slate of Horlda, and whereas auch
;',,.,ati.m did the inn ''->,"
August, a I. nl. cause o be filed
In the office ol the Secretary ol Butt.
,., ,,,.. stati nf Klorida, the documen-
tun authority required ut.....r .Section
Bos >', Plnrldn S'talutes, showing tne
dissolution of su. b corporation.
Sow ih.' I.. the Secretan ol
State does lui eertlf} to the lore-
,....u .,,,,1 ill.i H. i- satisfied that the
requirements of Ihe law have been
.....Ts'wiTNCSS WHBREOP. I have
l., ,, ... my hand an I huve
, | ... ..... Seal i the Stale
o| Kli i .'. .. il T illtiha <"
I.KVKNI'M da>
\i i;i ST, A H "i";l
I. ..\i \n\u-
, Ml > -
v .. '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8901
BANK OP COMMERCE, a New M'ih
banking corporation.
plaintiff,
PBANCIS .M KINO imd LEONA T.
KINO Id-- wif".
defciiilanls. .....*..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO PBANCIS M KIN<: and USONA
T KIN''. Iiis wile if alive, and
If'any of them i-- dead, ttn- heirs.
devisees, granteee. assun.-. s.
lienors, creditors, trnateeti. ot
other claimants, by through, un-
der or against them or any of
them, and all parties having or
Claiming lo have any right, tine
,.r Intermit in the property dee"
crlbed In the complaint,
Residence Starr Route. Weat-
mlnlster, South Carolina.
TO ABE HEREBY NOTIPIED tha
a suit t.. foreoloee mortlgge ..ki.im-
real and personal property has been
filed against you ... h *hove ourt
bs the Plaintiff, bank OF '-
MERCE a Now Y.uk banking cor-
,,!'ati,.... The pr......rty eought to be
foreclosed Is as follows:
,., Sl i Block 51. of CUTLER
EUDOE SECTION I. i.'''""1'- ,,"'
I,., i'la. Ihereof, a. recorded in Ptet
Book 68, at Page 5, ol the luwit
,..,,,,. of Hade County. '<"
!, ii9 East Plagler Street,.Miami
'"'.-,.,,i,i. ..i file the original In
fhe office ..' tH" Clerk of the above
Court on or before the llth 'li'V."/
September, i'".. In default o which
|.l.'.......PU..... "Ill be taken a* con
i.ss.d aKalnsi .mi tor the rellel re-
:,.:,.,I in Plalntlfre c.....plain! and
"'pATED im- 10th day -f August,
"" ,: b I.EATHEBMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, I'<>'County. F
(seal) J ': rI.LAM*A\,
,..,>. lei Un:!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHNCERY
No. 64C 9226
1,1 \"\ B. RPPBBSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KAIM. M. EPPERSON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR O'VORCE
TO: I'MliM. EPPERSON
l'l Alabama Avenue
Ktiiwah. Tennessee
You, Karl M. Epperson, ore hereby
notified that a Bill of Cotnnlainl for
Divorce has been filed against yon,
and .Mm are required to serve a cony
i.f your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on tin Plaintiffs
attorney. Herbert B. Wllensky, Suite
:U7 Blscayne Building, 19 Easl Plag-
ler Street. Miami Florida JS1J0 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in il..- offit.....f the Clerk of the Clr-
I cult Court on or before Ihe '.''ml dav
..r September, 1964. If you fall t" do
so. Judgment !' default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
in the Bill "f i 'nmplalnt.
This notice Shall I"- published once
eaeli week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PliORIDTAN.
IK INK AND ORDERED al Miami,
Plorlda, this l$th day of August, Al'.
1964.
E. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Coiin'v. l-'t.-.';
Ideal) By: HELEN KESSLER
l leputy i'lerk
HEBBERT B. WILENSKY
Suite .17 Blscayne Building
Miami, l'l..riit.i 33130
s :i -'.".. 9 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
. iiiul. ralgned, desiring to engasre In
pi'.iss under the flctltioae name of
PPORD KIN'.H TI.M'S BEBVICE
Ilia1.al, Rai ,. k, lli.leall. l'"lor-
1 ami Tropii il Park Race Track.
le County, Plorlda intend to reg-
. s -i-1 name with the clerk of the
cult Court ol i i. l,. Count) Plot Ida
HABRI H ASSAM
JOSEI'HINI i' II ASSAM.
plot, Marks. Lundeen,
i|.;n II A II..: .
im i.eys for 11 11 is-.ill and
-eiii.in.i-. ii. d/b/a
iffi.nl Blnocul .1 i Sen ci
t Alfred I. duPoni Bltlg
28, l -11 -1 >>
CERr FICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
,',, vi |, TO HM THESK PBE-
-i \ s SHALL COME, (1HEETINI.S
Whereas MITCHELL P. MM LEB,
.OBAI. IIADLKS, PLOR1I A.: PR AN-
i:s n Mil BR. ''"KM. O.VBt.EB,
I'l.i.MM'A: ELIZABETH R. MOORE,
Ml Wll FLORIDA! I'AVID Mll.-
il'-'lV I'.H.rMI'.IA. SOCTH CARO-
LINA ili'l on in. 13th day ..I July.
V ii 1955 cause to be Incorporated un-
.i... the taw* of n.e State of Florida
CENTRAL CONTRACTINO CORP.. *
cornoratlon. with its principal place "f
buslneas at miami si-uiNns. OAOI-.
COUNTY in the Btate of Florida, and
whereas sin h corporation did '". the
11th dSV of August, A.l>. 1964, cause
to be filed In the office .'f the Becre-
tury of state nl the state ol Florida,
the documentor) authority required
under Section 608.17, Florida Statutes,
showing the dissolution of su. b cor-
poration, ,
Now therefore, the Secretary "f
State docs herehv certify to tin- fore-
going and thai in I* satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
con idled w iih .....
IN W1TNBSS WHEREOP, 1 have
i ereunto 'el mj hand and have
affixed the fireal Seal of the state
ut Florida al Tallahassee, tne
Caultal this the ELEVENTH da)
,.,: AL'OI ST \ 1964
TOM M'VMS
s,, i, larx ..i Slate
s 2S 64
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO M I Tl W H"M THESI- l'l '-
SENTS SHALL I'-ME, OIIKOTISOS
Wh. ren" rilnM v> -1 -'" "I!5"'
, m MIVMI I'KACH. PI'IBI A
,:,,N I, STOI.I KR. MIAMI IIKACH.
.-I.mKII'A: I.MROTHV P SENM ,
Ml Wll IIKACH. FLOBIPA did on the
i.l, di) ... November, a 1- >'"" '"-',
,,, i. ii...i|...i'.ii..i under the ''/-'.'
he State ol I orlda CAMPI S HOMES
CORPORATION a corporation, witn
Its principal Place of hualMm at MI-
AMI MKACH. BADE COCNTY. in
the siaie of Florida, and wl.ei.as the
proper officers of such eorporntlon.did
n the 80th .i-i > of September, J "
,;:,., ,,..,. t be filed In the office
,.f i Becretnry f Btate of the State
f Florida, a CertlBcate of Arnent -
....... changing it'SSSSSml^nM.
TBOPICI.ANDS INV KSIMI'.N I I OR-
PCiItATIOK, and whereas such cor-
poration did on the nth day of Aug.
,,si V I' 1964, cause t.. be filed In the
office of the Secretary of Mate "f the
Bi ,,, of Florida, the documentary au-
thority required under Section i.i.v-..
Florida Statutes, showing the disso-
lution of such corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary ol
stale do. h< reb> certify to the fore-
kii.uk and thai he is satisfied lhat the
,-,..|ui,.ieis ..f the law have been
''""'in1'"witn"i:ss WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set mj hand an i have
ufflxed the Oreat Seal of the State
o| Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, ih Ihe ELEVENTH dav
,. ACUCST, A D. 1964
(seal) "M vDAMS
etar) ol H I.
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih, undersigned, desiring lo engage in
bualness under the fictitious name- of
THE BOLCO CO. (N"t>T INC I: MED-
ICAL INPO-IDRNT: I. I' '' .: A 0 E -
IDBNT at 2051' Weal 9th Avenue,
Hlaleah, Florida Intend* to registei
nald n nil.- "iih ill.- Clerk "f the "lr-
, nil Com i "i I....... Count). Florida.
HARRY BE1 "K ER, Sole 'w ner
HARRY Nt >RTON
Attot in ) i". Applicant
I |i H Blscii) lie Bltlg.
Miami. Fla
S"'S. !' 1-11-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UlVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i,M.ss under the flctUloiis name o
SEASONS POCK :.t ''i"1 N '" 4V
Avenue. Miami, Florida IntendI to, reg-
isi,., said i.am. with the t lerk of the
iMieui, Court of Dade County. Plor-
"r'l'l'.C l-.ATTAN OF FLORIDA. INC
HOWARD It .IHKBCH
! Attorne) in. Cebu Rattan ol
| Florida, inc. g/,g_ ,_,,..,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IIN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
'ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 9249
VICTORIA DEL CARMEN
KC-MJ CCBR1A
Plain tiff
-ve-
Al'.MAN'I'i) CVBRIA
l>efeiullll. ._
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ARMANDO CCBRIA
l'rision i'e Isla 1'e l'lnos
rouARMANPO ct'l-.KI.v. are her< -
by notified thai a BUI of Coropgtlnt
; .'.r Divorce h,s i.e.-., filed against
...ii, and you arc required to serje a
,,,,> ,,i your Answer or Pleading to
the BUI of Complaint on the l-Uuntift
utorney, siii:vin, uooUMAN *
l|ii[TZM\N ::t'i b'eybold itiulding.
Miami 82. Florida and file the original
vn-w.-r or Pleading In the offn-c m
the Clerk m* the Circuit Court on or
before Ihe 23rd dit) "i September, iwh
If you fall in do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against )ou for the
relief demanded In the BlU ol Com-
'''t'i.'.s notice shall be published once
each week I.'.' four COlU^UtlVe weeks
In THE JEWISH i'l.i'I'.ll'IAN
is.NK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th da) ol August, A.i>.
':'"' b. l'.. LBATHERMAN. Clerk.
Clrcull Court. Dade County. W-rhto
' u ii, Marguerite MorfOTd
l i.ii.uv Clerk
Slll-VIN. GOODMAN < HOLTZMAN
3 ii-. s. \ ii"id Building
Miami' :'.-. Florida
Attorneys for I lalntlfl ,g J/4 n
NOTICE 3R PUBLICATION
IN THE ClRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLDIC.AL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
\ 64C 9403
VNN MARY i'1'.I.A.'K SCHROEDEB
Plain
iim:i:\ I, sciiroEDEB,
11, fend .nt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY I. SCHRoEDEH
6tKi Frli '- Sn eel
EUmont, Look Island, New \ork
v.,u. HARRY l.. HCHROEDEH an
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been Hied
against you. and you are required to
erve ctip) your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, RICHARD MOR-
TON, 1925 N .'; -ml AVdnue, Miami.
Florida and file tl......'Igtnal Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Clrcull Court on or before the
30th din nf September, 1964. if you
fail ti. .in so, judgment by default will
be taken agalnsl >'.. for the relief
demanded In ihe Bll of Complaint.
This notice anal be published once
each week fur four consecutive weeks.
in Till: JEWISH I IjOBIDIAN.
BONE AND OBDEBED al Miami.
Florida, this 34th da) of August, A.D.
1964
i: B l BATHERMAN, Cli rk,
Circuit Court, Dude County, I orlda
ll ,i, II C. P COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
RICH MM' Mi'lll' IN
7S2" N.E ind Ave.
Miam !'. "-S411
28, 9 1-11-is
Attot i" i null
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60560-C
IN RE: Estate of
I KAN KIT I: STONE
NOTICEOF INTENTION TO V AKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE I* hereb) K.vii that
have filed m) F mil i:. M-ri ...m Pel
.i,... for Distribution and Hnal 1'.--
.hara. Executor of th.
IK VNETTE i"' 'Nl di >- 'I. ami
that n the l-'th tla> Sei
I9IH, will "", "
Connti Judge* of D <
i.l i for ai lid Hi
mi | .i"1 "l;"
, I. r .. as Ex. ~ '
,, .... lent. This 12th
dm i Vug isi "'
MORRIS ll"l-'l'MAN
JOSH REPHCN
Attorne) for Executor
U70 Washlngtoi Avi
Miami Beat h l urld i ,, M t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8370
*Of WILUIAM ALLEN THOMAS,
and LOVENIA Till'MAS. his
wife, for adopt!......I female
infant t" be named
MTRA MARTI 4 I'm'MAS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y"l'. SAMMY MIHlRB, BEB1DEHCB
CNKNOWN, a." hereb) notified thai
a Petition for Adoption of the child
.,f your wife ha* been filed and you
are' I'e.iuii'i 'i to rve cop) of jrour
gnawer pleading on Petitioners At-
,,,.,,, s, 11. i m,n Cohen, 1S11I Cnnipa
Bldg., and file n gli'al answer With
Ihe Clerk of the abovi styled Court on
or l" !". >''' : I I*8*- '" ''' "
fault ill enti red.
DATED, tin- i) of Augu*t,
1964
E B LE '. IERMAN
Clerk 'f tl hi '"" '
(Heal I H '' H I.ANWAY,
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= 7 age 6-A +Jenit Fkrkl&r Friday, August 28 Hew Bnei Israel Prepared Fcr Equality in Marriage MJta SALEM — JTA — T-ber aourci sum" t; of rcgionI-racl. the Indian Je.vi.-h : %  registrars and the auth„nt> of •-.:> %  in this country, to acrabbinical registrar! Supporteraccept the Ch:e! re requiring reg Israel feeb thai • %  Jewi The that. bt-(. uutaocei .; • sect's hist that the. fa,., rath COKple applj i:age license be rrugc regulations ,,. the chicf Rabbin-lc taUcd the prevent an, violati down o\ th< Ch.el Kaoomate. mm'r ti..n a ,.H >,„*', n... —I. ,. ,h,. -rt.ee "a -tab in the back. mju..ction>. Temple Menorch teen-age leaders prepare intensive youth activities for the year ahecd to include social, cultural and religious projects. Shown above are the young leaders oi he Junior Chapter left to right; Mariene Segal, president. Mark Susiman, vice p.-es ier. Zvi Honor, treasurerend AiKaplan secretary Cchen's' Divorcee Marriage is Reccgnized Despite Ban %  -. • n tcendjti from and • *•. leapiU the :at that rr.arria. banned by h The lies. GaiiunkLe, a divorcee. cohen. an and wife %  %  the e inre •;arniunand Although the Interior Ministry ordered the registration of the couple as man and wife, it has begun legal action against the couple and the witnesses involved, since the ceremony was carried out by unauthorized persons. Joseph Ben Mena.-he. attorney :nr fie couple, and one of the leader*, of the League Against Re..Coercion. >aid that he was now seeking to drive a deeper en the State and reHe said b< plied to the %  dejudgment concerning living on arms wbo have been %  cerenu • %  • %  : u ;/:i;n;t., marriage. Thheard in '. by the nerai on the ground rabbinical i jun>diet!. .ih matter.than e\er a> the • I Cabinet discussed the issue _; .'regular weekly meeting. An official communique issued after the Cabinet meeting stated only that the Government >um med up discussion.on the sub ject. Parliament has been re called from its summer recess to meet in special session on the Bnei Israel dispute. Meanwhile, as hundreds of rabbis from all over the country held a meeting here, to protest last week's demonstration by the Bnei Israel, circles close to the Chief Rabbinate expressed "iurpr.se" and "dissatisfaction over an article that has appeared in the Israel Army s chaplaincy bulletin. The bulletin, published under the supervision of Brig. Gen. Shlomo Goren chief chaplain of Israel's Defence Forces, attacked Israel's present system of regional marriage registrars. The bulletin con) that -. %  tern may become in the fuJOHN BIRCH? KKK? LEFT? RIGHT? N: point : : ew you have the pri\ opinion on the Lee Vogel -OP NE FORUM' program at 11:00 P.M. Moi Saturday night. Here's your opportunity to speak out tad be heard v. :ner you're a Liberal or Conservative. 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Page 8-B 9-JmistncrHian Friday. August 23, lagi %  RIGI WOMAN OF THE WEEK Regi Yanich has hud an exciting, busy and productive life The future holds further promise Regi v.as born in Detroit. As a child, she rememberbein.j in an adult art class in the Jewish Community Center and winning a prize for her -till hie. Now she wonders what she was ng in an adult art class at the age of eight. She also dancing. She went to a special high school, alternating two weeks of school with two weeks of work at the Dodge plant as a commercial artist and discovered, fortunately for her future, that she didn't like commercial art. Knowing the kind of art study she wanted. Regi switched schools. A year at the University of Michigan, then two years at the School of Art Institute of Chicago, then Cranbrook Academy of Arts in Bloomfield Hills. Mich., where Regi sat in her own studio two weeks before she realized that no one was going to come and tell her what to do She had to find herself, using all the facilities of the school. It was a valuable and rewarding experience. In the la>t year of school. Regi and Joe Yanich who also was born in Detroit, were married. It was at this time that David Bcn-Gurion said he wanted Americans, and the young couple left for Israel in 1353. where they stayed until Iy57 During high school. Regi belonged to a Zionist group that insisted future leaders must learn Hebrew, so -he went to Wayne University at nisht for mtruction. In Israel they both got jobs, working lor •i Regi, in contact with the immigrants, felt the inspiration that comes with knowing you are doing something necessarj and useful. Two children, Noah and Yael. were born in the Hadassah Hospital. Conflicting medical opinions concerning one ol the children resulted in their bringing the child back to America for another opinion. They had grown accustomed to a warm climate, so decided to come to Miami. Here. Eitan and Yoav were born. Selling Israel Bonds fascinated Joe and for six years he did this. Now he is director of the Hebrew University oflice here. Regi is a board member of Hada.-sah: the hospital in Israel will always be a wonderful, wnrm. tender part of her life. The studio in the Yanich home is filled with toys, but Regi pushes them to one side and goes to work. She is getting ready lor her first one-man show at Rogues Gallery II on Oct. 10. It is here that she does the striking invitations (volunteer work) for Hebrew High School. It is here that she does her own Rosh Hashona cards that have become a tradition with the Yanich family. It is here that she has her kiln, and where the children made their own Kiddush cup. It is here that she sculpts, does ceramics and paints, enjoying and making use of every minute. Regiis supervisor of Arts and Crafts at Temple Israel on Saturday ;>nd Sunday and teaches Hebrew there on Tuesday and Thursday. She teaches folk dancing at Temple Beth Sholom. In betweentime, she cooks, an art she learned in Israel, where the food was rationed, and a culinary fizzle could be a major disaster. Now. whenever, she cooks according to Middle East recipes, it brings back happy memories. Regi and Joe and the tour children have just come back from camp. It was a lovely experience. Mama and Papa were counselors, and the kids were campers. Each day in Regi's life is a glowing bead. Order Early JE 2-3231 Flowers for High Holidays FREE DELIVERY GREATER MIAMI BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach CALL NOW FOR OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS Miss Vollenhover, Allen Zakarin Exchange Vows A reception followed the wedding of Jill Diane Volleahover. daughter of Mrs. Audrey D. Vollenhover. 127 Antiqueia Ave.. and Robert Allen Zakarin on Sunday. Aug. 23. at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Norma.i N. Shapiro performed the 1 p.m. ceremony. Given in marriage by her uncle. I Herbert Berk, ihe bride wore an off-white linen styled with an empire waist and Aline skirt adorned with satin appliques. Matching headpiece and white roses completed the bridal outfit. Maid of honor was Sheri Katz. Ifyra Berk served as junior bridesmaid. Dr. Stanley Zakarin. the bridegroom's brother, served as best man. They are the sons of Mrs. Minna Zakarin. 110 So. Prospect I Dr.. and the late Louis Zakarin. Ushers included Mark Berk, lames Krisel. Melvin Krohn. Mike Rosenberg, Mickey Stahl and Jerry Katzen. Ringbearer was .hit Berk. The bride is a graduate of Coral Gables High and Miami Dade Junior College. Mr. Vollenhover is an alumnus if Miami High and the University ol Miami where he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Now attending Baltimore College [Fridayij af. I >va$ Sam' cere. 1'iep. .lack i peau %  iered -1 w ii, i -Kahi MRS. ROBERT ZAKARIN of Dental Surgery, he Is a mem I ber of Alpha Omega, dental fraternity. Following a motor trip to Smoky Mountain. N.C.. the newlyweds | will live at 6819-C Townbrook Dr.. %  Baltimore. Md. Mrs. Bloom Now Mrs. Blumenfeld Francine Linda Bloom and Fredrick Jon Blumenfeld were married Saturday evening. Aug. 22. at Beth David Synagogue, where a reception and formal dinner followed the nuptials. Rabbi Nor silk organza. The fitted lace bod ice was desig.ied with an open neckline, hand embroidered with seed pearls, and long sleeves tapered to points. The bouffant skirt .if pure silk was highlighted both lront and back with a lace panel. and swept to a regal train. The veil of pure silk illusi *n was softly draped to a matching bead etl plateau cap She carried her grandmother's Bible with a cluster oi white orchids, Uly-of-the valley and stephanotis tied in lover's knots Sister ol the bride, Carol Bloom. was maul ol honor Bridesmaids were Corj Blumenfeld, sister oi the groom, An Irea Singer, Len re Gochman. Nan Friedman and Patricia Tubbs. James Walker was best man Ushers were Stanley Bloom, broth er Oi the bride. Stewart Zirofsky, Arthur Mones, Mark Kalish and Michael Blumenfeld. Michelle Rosen was flower girl and M ^ s o n Blumenfeld. the gloom's brother, was ring bear er The bride is a graduate of Coral Cables Senior High, was a member of Tsion B'nai B'rith Girls, and is presently attending the Morrow, Drasner Nuptials on Beach At the Barcelona Atlanta, Ga.. will be „. „„, home of the former Mil |,i Drasner and Stephen Edu | \i 0r row. Setting for the Sur teinonn nuptials on Atig the Barcelona Hotel. K. uel April olficiated and t mony was followed by lion Daughter of Mrs. Ann ...i SW 13th St.. and the irasner, the bride chosi le scie -heath with d (rain, bodice of ream lace and a head piece •Is. Attending the couple v • [ r ,. ne Rubin, maid of honor. El \u. Joan Weinstein. Rice, bridesmaids; Larry ,|„ r [ best man. Artiie Kwai [ru Becker, Michael Rice, usl >< >n of Mr. and Mrs. Harr Morrow, 300 SW 5th Ter.. the rid* groom is a graduate i; liami > Senior High and attended University of Florida where h waj i member of Pi Lambda Phi Frit, rnity. Now a student at Smorj Dental School, he is a mem er ol Alpha Omega, professior ,1 frat •rnity. A 1964 graduate of the varsity of Miami School of Edu itloh, he bride graduated from Miami Senior High and attended the t niversity of Florida. i f f MRS. STtPHtN MORROW Associated Khototrapheca MRS. 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Paqe 16-A + #V H /*# n*ridif*n Friday, Augu st 2 R J Democratic Platform in Firm Support of Israel Continued *rom Page 1-A munist oppression of Jews and other minorities." The determination of the l/nited States to aid Israel through nuclear desalination was outlined in another portion of the platform approved today by the committee and submitted to the convention. A supplement to the platform, entitled "An Accounting of Stewardship." was also approved unanimously by the Platform Committee. In it. the party's accomplishments were reviewed. The supplement said that the 1360 Democratic plank pledged pursuit oi Arab-Israel peace by preventing an arms imbalance, and that this policy brought the Arab States and I-rael "closer to peace and stability than at any time since World War II." The Platform Committee noted: In 1960. we urged continued economic assistance to Israel and the Arab peoples to help them rai.-e their living standards. We pledged our best efforts for pe.-ce in the Middle East by seeking to prevent an arms race while guarding against the dangers of a mill Ury imbalance resulting from Soviet Arms shipments "In the period since that pledge as made." said the new 1964 platform draft, "the Near East has come closer to peace and stability than at any time sin:e v. .Id War II." The draft added Economic and technical assistance to Israel and Arab nations continues at a high level, although v ith more and more emphasis on l"ans as against grants The United States is determined to help bring the revolution in the technology of desalination to the aid of the desert regions." The platform reviewed American participation in the United Nations to strengthen that organization's capacity as peace keeper, citing the continued UN "guard on armistice lines" in the Near East. Action on immigration reform wag requested in another portion Of the draft The committee said: In 1960. we proposed to adjust 'iir immigration, nationality and refugee policies to eliminate discrimination and to enable members of scattered families abroad to be united with relatives alROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^^ ACME JA co. *W 685-1952 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FBANniN MURRAY MAM NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET ready in our midst. The national origins quota system of limiting Immigration contradicts the founding principles of this nation. It is inconsistent with our beliel in Ihe rights of man'.' The 1964 view is that "the immigration law amendments proposed by the Administration, and now before Congress, by abolishing the national origins quota system, will eliminate discrimination based upon race and place of birth, and will facilitate the reunion of families." The plank was part of the com mittee's section on domestic policies t<> be advocated by the full national cdhvention, which got un der way here Monday. The for eign policy planwere adopted by the committee Sunday Regarding the immigration laws, the commit tee's proposed plank stated "True democracy of opportunity will not be served by establishing quotas based on some false distinctions we seek to erase; nor can the effects of prejudice be neutralized by the expedient of preferential practices. The immigration laws must be revised to permit families to be reunited, to welcome the persecuted and oppressed, and to eliminate the discriminatory provisions which base admission (into the United States) upon national origins." The Platform Committee also adopted a plank denouncing extremism. Thi> plank stated: "We condemn extremism, whether of the right or left, including the extremist tactics of such o rganizattons as the Commum-t p, Ku Klux Klan and the '„h a Society." (While me committee wa bating the inclusion D | tllK eight members of the Airier Nazi Party, in full i;ni( urm blazoned with swastika arm-ban tried to stage a demontru near the convention hall $ a tators. led by a man .vh„ sai(] | was an ex-Marine, broke un demonstration, and police arreu, all eight of the self-avowed Ku On the domestic front, the cml mittee adopted another pl £ which called for the elirain^uojj all discriminations based on color or religion, in the field, employment. RE Goodrich NORTON TIRE CO OUR 40th YEAR! OPEN SUNDAY 5 300 N w 27th A e 9 A.M.-5 P.M. %  9001 S. Dixie Highway 1700 N. Miami Beach Blvd. (N.E. 163 St.) OPEN EVENINGS TIL 8:00 SALE PRICES VALID ALL WEEK AT ALL STORES NO MONEY DOWN No additional charge for mounting BFG INSTANT CREDIT W. hoi.r Nti..| Oil CM,,., t.r. Cr..it C„. Acc..t M c. c.r. Original equipment tires on new 1964 cars... a t the lowest prices of the year! MEW B.F. GOODRICH j TIRE PROTECTION PL AM "I guarantees' ever y BFG m Passenger car tire for p as long as it has tread! No matter when you buy a BFG tire you get this Protection Plan I Wi Do Not "FARM OUT" our credit accounts to finance companies. tl ..ii.,, ,•" "-"-"BWU urvoiiu 'mi toe or-* %  .. MIAMI 5300 N.W. 27 Ave. I AH 0., Sun,., 500 W. Fl, q |„ St. WEST PALM BEACH 62 7 North Di.l. NORTH MIAMI 13340 N.W. 7*h Avenut SOUTH DA0E 00l South Dfado Hwy. Op.n Til g p.M Sun. 9-5 HIALEAH W 49th St. W. HOLLYWOOD 6017 Hollywood Blvd. t State Raid =7 HOMESTEAD 30100 South Federal Hwy. FT. LAUDERDALE 1830 W.it I o.,.d Blvd. %  N. MIAMI IEACH 1700 N. Miami Beach Blvd. IN.C. 163-d Si.I o,... iii • % .. S. S



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Ida;Aur-s: 28. 1964 *Jewist noridiiam Page 15-1 StTV tt't-: N* Y\ Olut nonce MARUS IlK I ,., %  sun s\v r.ni She cam. here i:,l. \:h. S.C.. I > %  %  ,, ,.f Hadassah. '1 -l..,l„l l"'-'| i: Ijianrus, Miami: %  • I ..M rr:ndM.V:irv.n, Mar;•,:•'.;„:," u i a l Horn* I m. Xebo Orn*_ IAFRISON i;i s\\ 12th 81 '•; MI,, here l .., %  ,,f Beth Ko.. .ii Temnl* she Is survived hur Harrlaon, ••! daughter, Mra. M .urn: two bro... ., .teis; four Brand nere held Alls %  .I ilome. f"| Mia 22 Riverside. I z .,, .. I. of 1160 S i. %  < 1'iraon l o v ,,. ,• • %  .!' M 15th Ht.. %  DHE f ,. ,, nl 102" Euclid Ave %  DLEMAN, %  *. of '"" :! "W .... i .ii Brookl) n. RH OS! HAN. • %  %  II •. "f : : ''" W lii N< • Vork < 'It) | i .!. -AZAKUS. 'I m 'I •' %  %  of it* |.\ ., > l!l\. raid*. ERS%  i' • %  "I i f Miami .• %  s. r\ i. %  •>in New York. Rlv. .i. ALK, Minnie, ;:. ol 77!7 Byron Ave., %  iii I Aug. to. Riverside. AT2. Bi ,i 11141 Orlfflng lilvd nine %  : %  Park, died AUK. IS. • • %  IURLONG. K ard i. M. of l2i>l lsw tirth M died Aug. 19. RlverloLDBERG. M .-. 66, .if KM NE T n si ,h \ng. is. Riverside. lATi. ;;..-.. T i.l 17". I S\V Hill Si.. [ %  il ViI:' service* in Pittsburgh. I lELS-ON. Mm Kebeeea. 71. ol S I SW SLnd I'I died AUK. 14. Rlv. raid. tiTC'iELL. Han -7. ot 17"1 S\V 2th I vi 12. Rlveraide JKC.I. Miirk. '-. son ol Mr. and Mrs. • Sa col I 1850 s\V Stth Ave.. Lin: 13. I Ionian. }LOCi.,. i. •. of 1240 NK |7Snd LEGAL NOTICE si died AUK. I Tork. Rlveraide. LANZNER. William, 71. of 1320 Meridian Ave., died AUK. 18. Rlveraide, WISHN.CK. Minnie, "., ol I81S Jefferson Ht., Hollywood, Fla., died Aiu n Rlversldi KAPLAN. Mitchell Mark, l(, ol i29 i lac) Ave 'Ii' >l AUK. 10. Sun Ived bj parenta, Reuben and Klorence Kiiplnn. Newman. GOLDBERG, Mm Anna. ^:'.. "f 151 NR ".•.'ml Si died AUK. I" Newman. HOOOR. Jacob, M. of 1849 Jama* Ave., died AUK II. Services in New Vmk. Rlveraide. LIEBLING. Rachel, 8, nf 8t4 vlatntml Blvd., 'il"i Aujt. 17. Rlversldi FINGER. Freda, 8, "f 1541 Mlchlnan AM.., died Aojr. 17. Riversbli. HORODNER. Ilvuiaii, 7:'. at "i823 S\V '.'Ih 'I'll-. .Il-il AUK 17. Ker\ Icea In | New Vork. I: i \ • ralde JACOBSON. Helen. M, %  •! 15800 NB •'.iii AN.Blaala i K-Ni- man. POLLACK. Mis. Nelde Cohen, 88, ,.f BUM s\V _'vi!, si.. ili,-'l AUK. i7. Rlveraide. KRAMER. Mis Beatrice, 8, ••( !•" %  I:.I\ ltd >, i \,.. s In Pittsburgh, Rlversldi SELTZERMAN, Mnnis, J, of I" Collins Ave s.. I,, s in Bronx, N.T. I Ncwniuu. WHITE, Mra. I'l.i. in. 88, ol iMeridian Ave. N "iiiiui. HURVITZ. l.-.uis .1. 71, of 800 NE IKOch si Hervknn In Boatou, Mass. Rlveraide. Wciao. Mrs. Kndle, 18, ..t BS4 WashHiKi..ii Ave. Rlveraiue. BUCK. Mis. Ii.ssi.-. 7-. ..i l".l Mrd Si. BlaalierK. LEW. S ii. I. 68, ,.f IS20 Collins Ave. Services In Bronx, N.Y. Rlveraide ROStNBLATT. Julius, hi". "I 1"'.. '.'Ill SI. Rlvemldi SHORSER. laadore, 7",. of 111 '"iillins Ave Service" in New Vork City. Rlvei sal, vbuuvin. Jacob, ~2. ol 828 Ocean Mr. Services m Baltimore. Md. Rlveraide. FtNTON. K.lu.li.l A 80, nf "I" •'--•> 11,1. Riverside. NARDELLA. Joseph, -I. ••! 82.1 Washington AM seivlces In Long Island Cliy, N.Y. RlveraWe. BAnASCH. Ma .. %  •! 2031 Meridian Ave, Klversioe. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NnTli'i: IS HKRBBY I1IVEN Ihnl the undersigned, desiring to i ngage In business under the fictitious name of JOB'S l-'UIKN I M Y MARKET III iK-MI N.W. I7ili Aven'.u in the Cltj of Miami. II..i i.l i. intend to register Unsaid name with the I'lerk of the Circuit Court of I'aili I'm my. Florida. Han.I at Miami, Florida, this loth da) "f August, 1984. MARll > I l,< IBEILA JORCE I'AIH Shevln, fl ini.in .v. ll. .II7.IHI1U 340 s.->ii..lil I:|.IK. Miami. Iwirldo H> : S\ Ivan Holtaman i Attorney for Apidicant \ JS. 'i l-l i -is LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. t>4C S464 MABEL fl.AItt l.oWK. Plaintiff, l.l.oii' \ ANA l.i 'Wi:. I>i-1, n.lalH. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VOC iuovo v.i.v.i i.n\>i;. • %  -•• North Highland Road, Ojuitman. Ueurgia, are required to flic your answer to Ihe complaint for Divorce wiiii tinClerk oi the above styled I, ..iii and .-.ii. a copy thereof upon Hfimiin Cohen, Esq., Ulo-ll Oon ureas Building, .Miami. Floii.la. on or before September SStn, l'.'t. or else complaint 'id Be iagB al coiileas.,i BATEO, iiiis tSUi day "i August, l'.'i'i K. i: LJ3ATHHRMAN Clera >-i Ibe Circuit Uaurl |iy: B. It I.V.WVAV s 18, H l-ll-U CERT FICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO \l I. TO WHOM THESR PRBKENTS SUM.I. I'I'MK. OREETINOS: U-li.-i. .-. MITiHBL P. MII.I.KI'.. MIAMI Sl'RlNiiS, M.nlOliA. AI-%  ,.!,.,.-,, KANE MIAMI SPRINOS. pSlPA: OAVIP II. MILLER. Ml\MI SFRINOS, I'l.i'ltM'A dill on Ihe JiS da, of November. A.I 1958 cause „, be incorporated under the tow s of ,i„. mat, ot riorum MAMIA 14OO CORP., II corporjtlon. -lib '" J'' 1 '" dual pla I LUSH,, ss a MIAM' SPRINOS, OAPB COCNTY, In the Mate ol II... Id., and whereas such corporation '"'" "" lh ,'"'• '">, August. A ll 1981. cause to be filed n •n? office of the Secretary of State ,,( the State -f Klorhla, the documenlin auth..rlt> required under 4eci on 8(M( .j; Eiorldn Statutes, ahowlng the dissolution HI su. h corporation. Now, therefore, the B cr f'* r f Btate does hereby certify-to the fore, and thai I"is satisfied that the r...|,i7r. ni.'Nis of ihe law have been """l^un-NKss WHB1REOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have llf fl X ed the . 1984 .ll TOM AUAMS s'ccrelarj ol Slate S _'N 61 CIRCUIT COURTH. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 640 9071 KHAR) N P.' I'll KIN';. I' 1. 111 %  1111 \ H. I.II.I.IAN' l • KINO, I icfendanl. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yi >\\ LILLIAN i'. KING Resldem •• I'nknoa n ire notifletl i" serve a copy of your IIISH. i in Divorce I'omplainl filed against vou on Ilalntlffn attorney, OUOKCK N'H'lliil.AS. 611 N.W. 1 -'til Ave., Miami, l in. and file orlglnul with Olerk of this Court on or before Scpteml -'•". 1964, otherwise complaint will be confessed bj you, DATED August II. 1964. B. I'.. LEATHERAIAN. Herk Is. a'i By: B. H I.ANVVAV I leputy i "l.-i'k N L'l -L'N. !• 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l> HEREBY lll\ l-N tl ,,,;. understoned. deslilnK I -••ta under the rMlthMW. iwrn. ,.,.AV.:n:i. i y*H''. ,SH ... s i >os Plaxa BulldlnK, 248 %  < %  StreVt Ml. Kl %  *'. '": .,, realater sal I name nb Ihe < I ,:,;;,;. .'ii.uii %  • < •<** %  %  "• '"'•"'"•LM.VSK JACOBB. | Belgel, Alt., i'i. Wi iss .v. Lyons Attorneyfor Ulady. h .in--( J( Hat 111 ,.f Ml 1st Ida rk ity, -II '*•'• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63715 B IN RE: Batate "f: II R1.BN C. Ml" IRE, I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Batate: You are hereby notified and required t" preaenl any claims and demands which you maj have rgalnsl Hiestate of HEL.EN C. MOORE deceased late ni Bade County, Florida, lo the Count* ludges ol 1 'a I • County, and fill the same In duplicate and as provided In Section "83.16, Florida siaiui.'s. in their offices in the County Courthouse 111 l':nl:,!.. I ,1 Miami Kl. -''a. Iliis ITlll day ni August, A.D. 1964. MARX PABBR As Administrator l-'irsi publication of this notice on ih. L' I-t dny "f August, 1964. MARX PABBR Attorney im Administrator 1012 Alnaley Building v 2| .28, 'i ill E^E%?^U U DTc C 2rjR 0 C F U^. E N No. 64C 9484 MAI'.KI.i'lAlll l.nWH. Plaintiff. ; MXYT VAXA LOWE, "NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VOC LUUYD SANA LOK. N.Vili' Highland Road, Qultmui ,v, 'ii are r. |ulred lo fll. youi at ':;;',-';. %  ,„. comptaim -*• .,.',. '..I., n. Esq., 1310-11 <'"-'^-' SSudlnK. Miami, Horlda. on or before Septembei Wlh. 1964, or else com plain, wll be taken as '""•-%  „ .. DATED, this Kth day ol August, ''" ;l i: B. LBATHERMAN I'lerk ..I im Circuit Court i-call Ity: I'" l-ANWA^ '•"""> '•'"^-.i, ..11-18 NOTICE UNDER CTITIObS NAME LAW Vi'tnl-: is HEBEBY GIVEN thai ndersigneil desiring to engage i :i. the fictitious name SEASON'S I 'UK at 8701 NK llli k, • t. Miami, Florida, Intend* to with the Clerk ol % %  ii.<'ir iii ,.i i i.i.i,. County, IEIII H \ IT \\ • il' FLORIDA, INC. %• >\\ ARD 11 IIIRSCH |tti • for i f Kin Inc. 8 :'<, f1-11-18 FN T^IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Ih AND FOR DADE COUNTY. rLORIDX '\ PROBATE N) • 1 4061-C %  IAN 'I. a %  is. .1 '•OTIC: OF PROBATE ATE OF L O R' D A ; 1 XTERES I'EI I I N -M. i .|> Kl >KNT lifted I hat .' i ii I 11Kilting in be tin %  "I "i IS nl di c< t. .1 to prol ^ immand months from e of 1 %  II. I alii HI nl 111 n i|i|i • in Court .in J ...| :i 11. IX li\ the I""" •'! s:-i,l '.. %  • ill ilmil I Ins I il luld in.i stand iiniik.il. OEOW .'I.AI'.K Judgi 111 By: '"' l!.\ c. HICK. I Herfc 1\ l N i: CYPRN LAW OP1 ICES Ili.rn.M s t> Arthur nod • Road %  ami Reach, I M Ida Tirai pubiii i of lii-s notice on • ,y iii da) of August, 1964. x/28, 9/4-11-is CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Ml. TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SIIAI.I.I'.'MK. UBKWriNUtl: Where..*, STANDBY B. KICHARD, Ml Wll BEACH, PljORIDA: ROW-. W. l.AMi:. MIAMI BEACH. rUMUUA: MK1.VIN I. gl'ROI 1' • v, l l V HP veil PI.ORIDA 'lid 'I"' '" fl > ol August. Al1954, causa to bo incruorated under the law* ol the s,.,,. ..i Florida AETNA MORTOAC.E ctiMI'ANY rporatlon "" %  prlncliail place of bualnesa al MIAMI Sl'RINtlH DADE COCNTY, In the Slate of Horlda, and whereas auch ;„',,„.,ati.m did .• the inn ''->," August, A I. nl. cause o be filed In the office ol the Secretary ol Butt. ,., ,,,.. stati nf Klorida, the documentun authority required ut r .Section Bos •>', Plnrldn S'talutes, showing tne dissolution of su. b corporation. Sow ih.' I.. •. the Secretan ol State does lui % %  eertlf} to the lore,....„u .,,,,1 ill.i H. isatisfied that the requirements of Ihe law have been Ts'wiTNCSS WHBREOP. I have l., ,, ... my hand an I huve | ... ..... Seal i the Stale o| Kli i .'. .. il T illtiha %  %  <"•• I.KVKNI'M da> \i i;i ST, A H "i" ;l I. ..\i \n\u, Ml > %  v .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8901 BANK OP COMMERCE, a New M'IH banking corporation. plaintiff, PBANCIS .M KINO imd LEONA T. KINO Id-wif". defciiilanls. .....*.. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO PBANCIS M KIN<: and USONA T KIN''. Iiis wile if alive, and If'any of them i-dead, ttnheirs. devisees, granteee. assun.-. s. lienors, creditors, trnateeti. ot other claimants, by through, under or against them or any of them, and all parties having or Claiming lo have any right, tine ,. r Intermit in the property dee" crlbed In the complaint, Residence Starr Route. Weatmlnlster, South Carolina. TO !" ABE HEREBY NOTIPIED tha a suit t.. foreoloee mortlgge ..KI.IMreal and personal property has been filed against you ... h *hove • ourt bs the Plaintiff, BANK OF '•%  MERCE a Now Y.uk banking cor,,!„'ati,.... The pr rty eought to be foreclosed Is as follows: ,.,„ Sl i„ Block 51. of CUTLER EUDOE SECTION I. i.'''"" 1 ',,"' I,., i'la. Ihereof, a. recorded in Ptet Book 68, at Page 5, ol the luwit ,.„.,,„,,. of Hade County. '•<•" %  !,„ ii9 East Plagler Street,.Miami '"'.-,.•,,„i,i„. „..i file the original In fhe office ..' tH" Clerk of the above Court on or before the llth 'li'V."/ September, i'".. In default o which |.l.' .PU "Ill be taken a* con i.ss.d aKalnsi .mi tor the rellel re:„,.:,.,I in Plalntlfre c plain! and "'pATED im10th day -f August, "" ,: B I.EATHEBMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, I '<>' C ounty. F (seal) J : rI.LAM*A\, ,.„„.,>. lei U n : NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHNCERY No. 64C 9226 1,1 \"\ B. RPPBBSON, Plaintiff, vs. KAIM. M. EPPERSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR O'VORCE TO: I'MliM. EPPERSON l'l Alabama Avenue Ktiiwah. Tennessee You, Karl M. Epperson, ore hereby notified that a Bill of Cotnnlainl for Divorce has been filed against yon, and .Mm are required to serve a cony i.f your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on tin Plaintiffs attorney. Herbert B. Wllensky, Suite :U7 Blscayne Building, 19 Easl Plagler Street. Miami Florida JS1J0 and file the original Answer or Pleading in il..offit f the Clerk of the ClrI cult Court on or before Ihe '.''ml dav ..r September, 1964. If you fall t" do so. Judgment %  default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill "f i 'nmplalnt. This notice Shall I"published once eaeli week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PliORIDTAN. IK INK AND ORDERED al Miami, Plorlda, this l$th day of August, Al'. 1964. E. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Coiin'v. l-'t. % %  -.'; Ideal) By: HELEN KESSLER l leputy i'lerk HEBBERT B. WILENSKY Suite .17 Blscayne Building Miami, l'l.. riit.i 33130 s :i -'.".. 9 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai iiiul. ralgned, desiring to engasre In pi'.iss under the flctltioae name of %  PPORD KIN'.H TI.M'S BEBVICE Ilia 1 .al, Rai ,. k, lli.leall. l'"lor1 ami Tropii il Park Race Track. le County, Plorlda intend to reg. s -i-1 name with the clerk of the cult Court ol i i. l,. Count) Plot Ida HABRI H ASSAM JOSEI'HINI i' II ASSAM. plot, Marks. Lundeen, i|.;n II A II..: im i.eys for 1 1 1 1 is-. ill and -eiii.in.i-. II. d/b/a iffi.nl Blnocul .1 i Sen ci t Alfred I. duPoni Bltlg 28, %  l -11 1 >> CER r FICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ,',, vi |, TO HM THESK PBE-i \ s SHALL COME, (1HEETINI.S Whereas MITCHELL P. MM LEB, .•OBAI. IIADLKS, PLOR1I A .: PR ANi:s n Mil BR. ''"KM. O.VBt.EB, I'l.i.MM'A: ELIZABETH R. MOORE, Ml Wll FLORIDA! I'AVID %  Mll.il'-'lV I'.H.rMI'.IA. SOCTH CAROLINA ili'l on in. 13th day ..I July. V ii 1955 cause to be Incorporated un.i... the taw* of n.e State of Florida CENTRAL CONTRACTINO CORP.. cornoratlon. with its principal place "f buslneas at MIAMI si-uiNns. OAOI-. COUNTY in the Btate of Florida, and whereas sin h corporation did '". the 11th dSV of August, A.l>. 1964, cause to be filed In the office .'f the Becretury of state nl the state ol Florida, the documentor) authority required under Section 608.17, Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution of su. b corporation, Now therefore, the Secretary "f State docs herehv certify to tinforegoing and thai in I* satisfied that the requirements of the law have been con idled w iih ..... IN W1TNBSS WHEREOP, 1 have i ereunto 'el mj hand and have affixed the fireal Seal of the state ut Florida al Tallahassee, tne Caultal this the ELEVENTH da) ,., : AL'OI ST \ 1964 TOM M'VMS s, i, larx ..i Slate s 2S 64 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO M I Tl W H"M THESIl'l '•SENTS SHALL I'-ME, OIIKOTISOS Wh. ren" rilnM v> 1 •-'" "I! 5 "' M MIVMI I'KACH. PI'IBI A ,:,,N I, STOI.I KR. MIAMI IIKACH. .-I.MKII'A: I.MROTHV P SENM Ml Wll IIKACH. FLOBIPA did on the i.l, di) ... November, A 1>'"" %  "-', ,,, i„. ii„...i|...i'.ii..i under the %  '/-'.' he State ol I orlda CAMPI S HOMES CORPORATION a corporation, witn Its principal Place of hualMm at MIAMI MKACH. BADE COCNTY. in the siaie of Florida, and wl.ei.as the proper officers of such eorporntlon.did •n the 80th .i-i > of September, J ,;:,., ,„,..,. t„ be filed In the office ,.f i „. Becretnry f Btate of the State „f Florida, a CertlBcate of Arnent ....... changing it'SSSSSml^nM. TBOPICI.ANDS INV KSIMI'.N I I ORPCiItATIOK, and whereas such corporation did on the nth day of Aug. ,,si V I' 1964, cause t.. be filed In the office of the Secretary of Mate "f the Bi ,,, %  of Florida, the documentary authority required under Section i.i.v-.. Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution of such corporation. Now, therefore, the Secretary ol stale do. %  h< reb> certify to the foreKII.UK and thai he is satisfied lhat the ,-,..|ui,.i„e„is ..f the law have been ''""'IN 1 '"WITN"I:SS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set mj hand an i have ufflxed the Oreat Seal of the State o| Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, ih Ihe ELEVENTH dav ,.• ACUCST, A D. 1964 (seal) M vDAMS etar) ol H I. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai ih, undersigned, desiring lo engage in bualness under the fictitious nameof THE BOLCO CO. (N"t>T INC I: MEDICAL INPO-IDRNT: I. I' ''• .: A 0 E IDBNT at 2051' Weal 9th Avenue, Hlaleah, Florida Intend* to registei nald n nil."iih ill.Clerk "f the "lr, nil Com i "i I Count). Florida. HARRY BE 1 "K ER, Sole 'w ner HARRY Nt >RTON Attot in ) i". Applicant I |i H Blscii) lie Bltlg. Miami. Fla S"'S. !' 1-11-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UlVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage „ i,„M„.ss under the flctUloiis name o SEASONS POCK :.t ''i" 1 N %  %  4 V Avenue. Miami, Florida IntendI to, regisi,., said i.am. with the t lerk of the iMieui, Court of Dade County. Plor"r'l'l'.C l-.ATTAN OF FLORIDA. INC HOWARD It .IHKBCH Attorne) in. Cebu Rattan ol | Florida, inc. g/ g ,_,,.., NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IIN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE 'ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 9249 VICTORIA DEL CARMEN KC-MJ CCBR1A Plain tiff -veAl'.MAN'I'i) CVBRIA l>efeiullll. ._ SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ARMANDO CCBRIA l'rision i'e Isla 1'e l'lnos rou !" ARMANPO ct'l-.KI.v. are her< by notified thai a BUI of Coropgtlnt ; ••.'.r Divorce h,s i.e.-., filed against ...ii, and you arc required to serje a ,,,,> ,,i your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the l-Uuntift utorney, SIII:VIN, uooUMAN l|ii[TZM\N ::t'i b'eybold itiulding. Miami 82. Florida and file the original vn-w.-r or Pleading In the offn-c m the Clerk m* the Circuit Court on or before Ihe 23rd dit) "i September, IWH If you fall in do so. Judgment by default will be taken against )ou for the relief demanded In the BlU ol Com'''T'I.'.S notice shall be published once each week I.'.' four COlU^UtlVe weeks In THE JEWISH i'l.i'I'.ll'IAN is.NK AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th da) ol August, A.i>. : '"' B. l'.. LBATHERMAN. Clerk. Clrcull Court. Dade County. W-rhto u „ ii, Marguerite MorfOTd l i.ii.uv Clerk Slll-VIN. GOODMAN %  •< HOLTZMAN 3 ii-. s. \ ii" id Building Miami' :'.-. Florida Attorneys for I lalntlfl g J/4 n NOTICE 3R PUBLICATION IN THE ClRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JLDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. \ 64C 9403 VNN MARY i'1'.I.A.'K SCHROEDEB Plain IIM:I:\ I, SCIIROEDEB, 11, fend .nt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY I. SCHRoEDEH 6tKi Frli 'Sn eel EUmont, LOOK Island, New \ork v.,u. HARRY l.. HCHROEDEH an hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been Hied against you. and you are required to %  erve %  ctip) ••! your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, RICHARD MORTON, 1925 N .'•; -ml AVdnue, Miami. Florida and file tl 'Igtnal Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or before the 30th din nf September, 1964. if you fail ti. .in so, judgment by default will be taken agalnsl >•'.. for the relief demanded In ihe Bll of Complaint. This notice anal be published once each week fur four consecutive weeks. in Till: JEWISH I IJOBIDIAN. BONE AND OBDEBED al Miami. Florida, this 34th da) of August, A.D. 1964 i: B l BATHERMAN, Cli rk, Circuit Court, Dude County, I orlda ll ,i, II C. P COPELAND Deput) Clerk RICH MM' Mi'lll' IN 7S2" N.E ind Ave. Miam !•'. "-S411 •• 28, 9 1-11-is Attot i" i null IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60560-C IN RE: Estate of I KAN KIT I : STONE NOTICEOF INTENTION TO V AKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE I* hereb) K.vii that have filed m) F mil i:. M-ri ...M Pel i, ... for Distribution and Hnal 1'.-.hara. Executor of th. %  IK VNETTE •i"' 'Nl di %  %  >'I. ami that n the l-'th tla> %  Sei I9IH, will "", Connti Judge* of D < i.l i for ai lid Hi mi | .i" 1 l; I. r .. as Ex. ~ ,, .... lent. This 12th dm i %  Vug isi "•' MORRIS ll"l-'l'MAN JOSH REPHCN Attorne) for Executor U70 Washlngtoi Avi Miami Beat h l urld i ,, M •%  t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8370 *Of WILUIAM ALLEN THOMAS, and LOVENIA Till'MAS. his wife, for adopt! I %  female infant t" be named MTRA MARTI 4 I'm'MAS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y"l'. SAMMY MIHlRB, BEB1DEHCB CNKNOWN, a." hereb) notified thai a Petition for Adoption of the child .,f your wife ha* been filed and you are' I'e.iuii'i 'i to • rve %  cop) of jrour gnawer ••. pleading on Petitioners At,,,.,,, s 11. i m,n Cohen, 1S11I Cnnipa Bldg., and file n gli'al answer With Ihe Clerk of the abovi styled Court on or l" !".• >''•' %  : % %  I %  I* 8 *'" ''' fault i ll !••• enti red. DATED, tini) of Augu*t, 1964 E B LE '. IERMAN Clerk 'f tl HI '•"" (Heal I H '' H I.ANWAY, 11. -i S/1I-21-2S I f



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Wits. Sapiro Endows 3 Rcoms Here •, cement wu made this i, a major endowment to i| Lebanon Hospital by J, ts founding members ng to President Harry I. is Carrie Sapiro, former [v Development chairman, j. of the original members lc th %  • \iliary. has endowed three P tier.] rooms in honor of her |t ICC is, Mri Sapiro has designed three rooms OH the Cardiac ilour s her selected (acuities, I I hey Will bear bronze plates inLscribed In Honor oi Mr. and Mrs. lArnoii P. Rosen. Martin L. Rosen a: Richard s. Rosen." Her :i of si.vooo has established f i rooms as "a permanent heai i honoring my devoted %  ami,'. .d to forge a link of serlice >i'ii tiii— outstanding hos. piiai the younger residents of the a: who will sustain it in fui un ars." Mrs .ipirn ia charter Golden %  Godn • r and Life Guardian, and • e has been Inscribed in II he : /c Hook ot Healing and Steins Will Fete Hosts At Home Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein will lentertain members of the Host IComn ttee for the forthcoming jlieih Torah-Israel Tribute dinner it w; Dave Margulies will be lionort i To t • %  held in the Stein home on iSunda; the evening will be prijinaril} -ocial, although the com[niitte ill also discuss plans for [the dinner. Ral I Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual •• a ier of Congregation Beth Torah ill be dinner chairman. *tOty oman s IJUorU (Jewish Floricuan Miami, Florida. Friday, August 28, 1964 Section B Mrs. Willen on LBJ Committee MRS. CARR.E SAPIRO on the "Cedars Tree of Life." a huge 10ft. memorial in the entrance to the hospital. Among national organizations in which Mrs. Sapiro has held top Msitions ol leadership are Hadassah, Israel Bonds, ORT. and American Friends of Hebrew University. At present. Mrs. Sapiro is an active volunteer with the Worn en's Auxiliary, assigned to the Lobby Gilt Shop, where her former busine-s and basking experience has been put to use by Mrs. Morris Blau, Lobby Shop chair man. Mrs. Joseph Willen. of New York, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, has been appointed by President Johnson to the new National Citizens Committee for Community Relations. The Committee is a group of distinguished citizens from all walks i.l lite which will work to foster voluntary compliance with the Civil Rights Act ol 1964. It will serve as an advisory body to the (immunity Relations Service established by the Act aiding in mediating civil rights disputes in ocal communities. Mrs, Willen attended the first meeting of the committee in Washngton this week at which Presi'cnt Johnson asked the 430 lead rs who comprise its membership MRS. STANLEY STUN n J bv ISABEL GRCVE Hi ;-t i and Mrs. S. M. Machtei home from a five-week vacation cruise on the SS Brasil .Covered aorts in Iceland, Sweden. Northland countries. Russia. Denmar* Norway. Finland and England Although he was born in Lithuania, this was the Rah bi's rst trip back to that part of trt world Seeking "le dernier cri" in gem %  and cocktail clothes, Rose and Irving Newman scouting the fashi 'louses of Paris and Rome Meanwhile, the Lewis Fash ions >hoppe on Collins is be ing refurbished, refurnished and redecorated so that the back ground will be worthy of all the beaut i.il new fall styles it will highlight Newmans will be hom< -n time for the holidays at Beth T'irah where he serves as a vet T and she is nursery chairman • • Former Miamian Mollie Beck man. now of Brooklyn, houseguest with daughter Lois Freedman, of Jordan Marsh Dufing her weeks here, she'll see her many friends in the area Vacrtioning in California for a month, Sandy Sevader is visiting with her brother, Arnold, his wife and two sons who have been living there for the past several months Joining the group, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol &£vader, of Miami Beach, who preceded their trip to the West Coast with a motor tour of New England Three weeks in Orlando with daughter Roberta and husband Dr. Lawrence Jacobson for Ada Mass. Girl Friday at Cedars since before the hospital opened its doors in 1961 Every precious moment spent with grandchildren Neal 9 mos., Nancy 3, and Karen 5, to make up for the year since they had last been together .. Now a certified radiolog 1st, Dr. Jacobson and family have settled in Orlano,-follow ing three years of residency in radiology in Dallas. Tex. • Vacation in North Carolina for the Silvers. Max R.. wife, Edith, and children. David and Gail ... A week at the Dutch Inn in llendersonville, followed by another at the Old Mill in Flat Rock, where they were joined by son. Ira. who had spent the summer at Camp Pine Wood New home for Rose and Harold Robin at 8501 SW 21st St. Coconut Grove's loss is Westchester's gain, but Rose's piano, organ and accordion students are happy about the change Norma and Jules Reiner, of Great Neck. L.I.. entertained on their visit here by Pansy and Larry Flaum Norma is direcContinued en Page 3-B MRS. JOSIPH WILltN to work in their own communities to •contribute to and build up an affirmative national climate of respect for the law" and equal treatment of all citizens. The President of the 71-year-old national service and social action organization has long bee.i a lead er in movements for equal rights She is a member of the Steering Committee of the National Worn en's Committee on Civil Rights and serves on the National Board of the Congress of Racial Equal ity with the Educational Scholar ship and Defense Committee. In 1351, the National Council of Negro Women presented her its "Woman of the Year" award for her services in behalf oi equality. ^(Ty 7 ^^ HOIJ:IIO-MMK imi:ssi S Such are the things successful parties are made of—softly bouffant one-piece dresses, gathered and tucked, topped with bolero-look bodices. Each have their own stand-out petticoats. Little sister's is cotton, with organdy collar, lace and embroidery. Turquoise, 4 to 6x Big sister wears cotton batiste top, cotton skirt, witn a matching bow for her hair. Coral blush, 7 to 14. young peoples' world, fourth floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (t oil 6 Burdme's stores,



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it 28. 1964 +Jmrlst> fhrSdlmr Page 11-A ••<• *••• fty't&YtYfE SCHINDLER Psychiatrist Sees Singing Good for the Sod Stride (I 0 w n the avenue, in fir company of friends and liijzh spirits, and litt v 0 u ivoice in song to the heavens. If the a\i I via Vcneto in Rome. ,i have a diploma trilling coach. If it >treet in America, have a diploma from [lioihood psychiatrist, [ce thi> polarity of reunites the Latin and it:nude toward life in •ding to Dr. Edmund a member of a Scnh-h family who formerI m Italy and now Inline in .Miami, he is isition for making \le for Expression ticing psychi i performing opera ,uniquely qualified ments But Dr. b rather help people %  e their self imposed [than make judgments, anj good Italian worth ; (hnils. he just plain sing Jji ithe opposite of my |\\IIK-|! demands self-con restraint and emotional hi.nl said Dr. Cava. kcomplements my work. fa vehicle for expression, %  ease. Through music I put my feelings" DR. IDMUND CAVA happy discovery Dr. Cava Is a tenor with the Miami Opera Co., which was founded by Dr. Arturo di Filippi. His first opera was in 1%0. when he appeared in "Rigoletto." He has done "La Traviata" and "Andrea Chenier" in a concert performance. And he has been si ging regularly ever since. "My musical instruction has been absorbed rather than learned,'' said Dr. Cava. "When I was in the Air Force and stationed in Germany. I became friendly with an Italian composer who had once conducted for Caruso. He gave me many suggestions and helped me improve my voice. Also. Dr. Paul Csonka. the great conductor from Cuba, who is now with the Miami Opera Co.. has been teaching me. I was never sure I had a voice until the last five years. And, of course, speaking Italian. Spanish and French has been useful in learning parts easily." Growing Sophistication Dr. Cava feels that Miami is growing up fast musically, Now the audience is more sophisticated and sensitive to music. And the muic being produced has n in discipline and caliber. Paul Csonka makes the chorus und goo I an I ,i good chorus makes an opera. The .. tithesi oi the anli hero made l irhionable in Italian films, Dr. Cava applied his lucid blue eyes, his positive thinking and his bon vivant personality to examining music in modern society. "I think the outflow of music is comparable to a spectrum of colors," he said. "Music means different things to different people, it lends itself to interpretation, to subjective response on the part of the listener. Out of the emanations ol the orchestra and his own life experiences, the listener constructs a new inner experience. While music is a means of communication it is a vague and nebulous form, sub jeel to deflection on its course from the performer to the re ceiver." Relaxed Atmosphere Possibly due to his Italian roots. Dr. Cava finds the manners and personality of life in sunny Miami most preferable He likes the informal living and dressing, the relaxed atmosphere. His family, which consists of his parent.-, who are both physTciarrsTanU hfs T5rorn"er"^er\> forced to fiee the Italian Riviera town of Genoa which was thenhome during the Mussolini era His parentlicenses were revoked, ami school was prohibited ta him and his brother. While the Cavafound little animosity in the Italian pc/le. neverthv less the anti-Semitic laws were on the l-.auks and observed. He n members the terror of the Italian-Jewish community and their looking to the Vatican lor support and protection. And lie remembers the Pope's apathy Life in America offers many compensations, and there are many good laws on the books Is there a law. one wonders, against freely lifting one's voice in song? Surely not. Sadly, one realizes that this is a home-made restriction, self-imposed, self defeating. It's time to write it off: this advice, from the singei and the psychiatrist. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION NOW REGISTERING FOR NURSERY SCKOCL Ages 3 thro 5 years 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue Transportation Available Open also to Won-members RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SOUTH ftVAMI BRANCH 77th Ave. & S.W. 104 th St. (Near Pali-it-'io B,p.iss & So. D > e H.. MAIN SCHOOL 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 31, 1964 NEW MEMBERS WELCOME For Information: Call School Office FR 1-1882 ;cl Feels Nik Won't Urge Arab Tiff iJTA) — Prime ; I shkol told Israel's But tinweek tli.it there kuiullor hoping that Sovlier Khrushchev would not Ic the Arabs to resort to pi i against Israel's nai. ation project. up a foreign policy denccrmng his visit during July to the United States ice. the Premier said he the Soviets also would from supporting Arab Resigned to prevent our the waters we are en' from the Jordan River project. bty Group (es Chieftain in I'allot, chairman of Beautification Committee. need appointment of Ann head of Feature Events j Inc s. to handle "DownIprovement" for 1964-65. changes looked for are Ira! baskets from light removal of merchandise and displays from doorItnting of new trees along and possible rerouting |c to open up extra pedesshopper's walkways. He also asserted that Israel coold not ignore the fact that Khrushchev had proposed that the principle of rejecting changes by force in present territorial boundaries should apply also to the Middle East, including Israel. The Premier made the statements in reply to opposition party criticism of his description, during his visit to the United States, of some pro-Arab statements made by Khrushchev during a visit to Cairo last May, as "moderate." t'> continue to supply arms to the Lrab countries. He cited as another reason I >r his statements on the matter during his United states visit that he did not want to be Involved ill arousing any sharpening between United States and Soviet rel itions Replying to another criticism, he said he had on various occasions criticized the "Satanic works" of the West German scientists and technicians active in the development of advanced weapon* in Egypt. He added that Premier Eshkol added, however.. the Israel Government was doing that he had said he was appreeverything possible to persuade hensive. and that he still was. the West German Government to concerning the interpretations, prevent its scientists from helping that the Arabs might give to the the Egyptians to perfect destruc Soviet Premier's statements, par tive weapons for use against Isticularly since he had promised rael. TEMPLE OR OLOM HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES to be held at the Air Conditioned WKTBROOKE COUNTRY CLUB 8500 S.W. 8th Street FOR RESERVATIONS and INFORMATION For Temple Or Olom members and non-members CALL CA 1-9131 or Make Reservations in person at Temple Or Olom, 8755 S.W. 16 St. Nursery Available Junior Services Conducted ROSH HASHONAH SERVICES Sunday, September 6: 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 7: 8 a.m. & 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. t: 8 a.m. KOL NIDRE Tuesday, September 15: 6 p.m. YOM KIPPUR Wednesday, September 16: 8 a.m. Sunset SAMUEL APRIL, Rabbi NICO FELDMAN, Cantor J THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA SOI Til If OK III I COUNCIL EXTENDS TO ALL OF ITS FRIFNDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WITH, AND TO WORSHIP IN, ONE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA. We mv.te you to join in the sacred task before us in the year 5725, one we hope will be a year of peace and bless.ng for all. |RAl PROGRESSIVE REFORM JGkEGAliON ON THE BEACH COROIAllY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND ITS ANNUAL low and Tell" Service AND ONEO SHABBAT IPLE BETH SH0L0M 1144 Chase Avenue ON tAY EVENING, AUG. 28 ot 8:15 P.M. THAT YOU MAY "SAMPLE" OUR SERVICES AND SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL FACILITIES LEON KKONISH, RABBI fAVID CONVISW, CANTO* BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 2625 SW 3rd Ave., Miami — FR 1-1882-FR 1-4795 6 RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO CANTOR WILLIAM M. LIPSON MR. MAX R. SILVER. President BETH TORAH CONGREGATION 1051 N E 163rd St., No. Miami Beach w 77 ^ 8 RABBI MAX A. UPSCHIT1 CANTOR BEN ZION KIRSCHENBAUM MR. R CHARD SNEIDER. President BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 13630 W. Dixie Highway, No. Miami — Ph. J5J 7578 RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN CANTOR HITMAN FEIN MR. MERLE MICHAELS. President B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 1401 N.W. 183rd St., Miami — Ph. 624-2621 RABBI HAROID R'CHTER CANTOR JACK IERNER MR. BERTRAM A. LEVY. President TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach JE 8-2503 RABBI IJWNG IEHRMAN CANTOR H/RSH ADIER MR JOSEPH M. LIPTON President TEMPLE MENORAH TEMPLE ZION 572 %^,^DWS i NMR, ***** POTASH^. 7 „,.„., ciKIAI JEWISH COMMUNITY TEMPLE SINAI CENT ER OF HOLLYWOOD 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood „ .„ ** 1 1577 RAW DAVID SHAP/RO MR. SIDMtl MIT, PMS. Dickens Ave. at 75th St., Mi?mi Beach UN 6-0221 RABBI MATER A8AMOWITZ CANTOR EDWARD KlEIN MR. MAURICE REVITZ. President TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 Flamingo Way, Hialeah — TU 7-9595 DR. LOUIS SAtHANICK, President 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Gables TEMPLE ZAMORA RABBI HERSHEl BR ables IOOKS CANTOR BEN DICKSON HI 8-7132 MR. ARTHUR DEUTSCH, President TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR 3500 S.W. 69th Way, Miramar, W. Hollywood — Ph. 987-9031 RABBI IRWTN CUTIER MR. SAM ROSINTHAL, President TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM HOLLYWOOD 1725 Monroe St., Hollywood — WA 3-1573, 949-0501 RABBI MORTON MALAVSKV CANTOR ERNEST STEINER MR. CURT J. SCHLEIMER. President



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LayAugust 28. 1964 •'Jfemftft ncrSctian Page 9-B C4 arvnin <$b yours, PP -•^*' SarnoS'Z^nnr^^i^Physicist Weds Cedars £xec Advanced black balTfringe. Mrs. Fred Stone selected a Striking black and white pinstripe slack ensemble. Her waist-bugging blouse was trimmed with wide, feminine, pleated white organdy ruffles. A bor VIVA Oroup of lladassah held A nautically-inspired party ,, night at the Iwmc Freemans. For the ;,., and dance. Mr*. c a muted blue -lull with a blue and insert in the V-neck i i lirman of the even\ ,m Muhaelson, was %  ute. Her torso, was in red with dots, and her white .1 the Aline silhotietl MrLeonard Herman chose a black slack ensemble with an c .houlder neckline highhghtcd 'th elongated fringe trim. Soft summer pink was worn bj Mrs. A. Edward Cohen. Her -lack >et featured a collarle>s, Cardigan-stytad overblouse. \ two-piece banana yellow silk crepe sheath was selected by Mr-. Ted Marks. The Overblouse was lightly blousoned with a cowled neckline. White slacks •opped with a multi-colored over blouse in a Picasso styled print na* the choice of Mrs. Sam Sherman, PRESIDENT ol the group, Mrs Morris Herman, was in a • hitc candy -tripe onep suit zipped up the I as u orn with a goVJ rl .it the waist Mrs. i rson's pink and white overblouse was tunicsi ooped high over each edged with a sell -fabric and worn over white pants. greens were worn by MiGeorge Simon. Her slacks M ere a muted olive green, and her blouse featured a Collage print w ith a touch of yellow. Mrs. Irv Blocker topped her shocking pink stretch slacks with .i white silk crepe blouse that buttoned down the back and had a high cowled neckline. White slacks, with royal blue and white in horizontal stripes in the scooped necked overblouse, was AUTHORED Dlfiltn the choice of Mrs. Saul Von Zamft. Mrs. Morton (iet/. also chose a blue and white combination. Powder blue and white in narrow stripes created her skirt, and her fitted white bodice had a small asymetrieallyplaced white bow at the neckline. Pastel colors in an ice cream print chiffon bodice combined with yellow slacks in Mrs. Maurice Orovitz' choice for the summer party. Mrs. Arnold Lewis was in black slacks with a white lace overblouse. A blue and white floral print overblouse was worn over white slacks by Mrs. Bernard Mandler. Mrs. Gerald Soltz' texturized linen shift was Fashion DeSianer Raymond R. Grossman, assist rasmvn wicjm;i jnt adrninistrator of cedars of Mrs. Anna Zitter, of 1366 13th I-<*anon Hospital, was advancedI to Ter.. Miami Beach, announces the thp sla,us pf membership the marriage of her son. Robert N. American College ol Hospital AciZitter, to Teresa von Z.rcz on m.n-traiors at the professional 1 lim IR i n rwiar r !" ,., M i society s 30th annual convocation dcr floral print in soft blues and Au 16 ,n Ctddr <' l0>e N J ceremony on Aug. 23 in the Arie green was seen on the overIn Budapest, the lormer Miss Crow „ T i iea ter of Chicago's Mcblouse worn by Mrs. William von Zlrcz was active in the pubCormick place Gross his wiltParker. Mrs Norman Share was l^hing Held. Since coming to Sandra an<| tlu>jr chi drcn Mar in a black A line shift. Red and New York, she has been busy in f anf| shcryl Q V6 at 149 i S W white checked gingham banded the fashion world, and has been JJ 4th Avc M j am j the sleeveless bodice and was credited with designing many ori" the uniquely ;'al creations. — ,. C%A#ib Mr. Zitter formerly attended the F"rQI TO OpCCIK University of Miami, and receiv A %  ^*%%%#^*+i %ti ed the Doctorate in physics and ** %  VOflVefl llOTI i Master's in mathematics at the University of Chicago. He has worked at many research projects for the U.S. Governused to create shaped pockets. lkj|RS. Marshall Feuer's mint iTI green sheath was slightly gathered over the nips giving her skirt a soft silhouette. Her neckline was vertically slashed and tied high at the throat. Cament. as well as teaching at the nary yellow sharkskin pants university, lie is presently one ot were combined with a black knit the leading scientists employed bodice by Mrs. Lee Aerenson. A white dickey front was featured on her blou.se. White pants and a lime green overblouse were Mrs. William Waitzman's combination. Mrs. Paul Marks was in an ice blue cotton with a floral embroidery on the fitted bodice. Her full skirt was in sheer, white cotton voile over the blue cotton, and a deeper shade of blue was used in the velvet waistband. at Bell Laboratories in New JerOr Olom Sets New Year's Eve Briss, Perkell Married in Rites In Brookline Ann BUse Perkell and Barry Stanley Briss were married Sunday. Aug. 9. at Temple Kehillath Israel in Brookline. Mass. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perkell of 73 Edgewater Dr. She is a graduate ol Coral Gables Senior High and the Forsyte school for Dental ll> gienists in Boston. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Briss of Randolph. Mass. is a graduate Of Huntington Preparatory School. attended the University of Massachusetts, and is now a third year student at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. After a honeymoon in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, the couple will live in Brookline. Ainslee ft. Ferdie, Florida Department Commander. Jewish War Veterans, will address the 17th annual convention of the National Association of State Directors of Veteran-Affairs on Tuesday at St, Petersburg Beach. Commander Ferdie will urge "cooperation towards enactment of legislation reopening National Service Life Insurance, providing certain new rebuttable presumptions, equalizing dependency allowances and liberalizing veterans "Traditions." dramatic presentapensions benefits." tion under the auspices of TernWhile in St. Petersburg. Ferdie pie Or Olom Judaism in the Home will speak to the Abe Ader Post Committee, will be offered by the and Auxiliary 246, JWV, on recent Sisterhood during a social hour action taken at the national conSeturday beginning at 10 p.m. vention held at the Diplomat Mrs. Emery Green, committee Hotel, chairman, Mrs. Gerald Schwartz. On Saturday. Ferdie will adco-chairman, and Mrs. Samuel dress the Orlando Post and Auxil April are in charge of the proiary 759 in Orlando. While there gram. he will attend meetings of the Sisterhood president is Mrs. Florida Bar American Citizenship Alvin Levenson. Committee. MRS. BARRY BRISS TMiTH 0--' l| HEARING AIDS wy $50 to $285 %  • : M-kr, STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road :< ••• Tiv.'i-Tridti-TfWi-Tf i*i PHONE jt 8-79't Idelson Chapter Opens Season Beba Idelson Chapter ol Pioneer | Women will resume regular meetings in September. Mrs. Dora Offenhanden. president, has scheduled the first meeting on Thursday, 1 p.m., at Washington Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr. Arrangements of events for the \ season will be the main topic on the agenda. Social hour will fol-' low. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dadt County Over 25 Veart 1811 SW. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 DEERBORNE SCHOOL 311 SEVILLA AYE., CORAL GABLES ANNOUNC ES ITS FJLLL TERM H| 84866 COMMENCING AUGUST 31, 1964 -&--! • PRE-SCHOOL • KINDERGARTEN • GRADES IDC ACCREDITED BY Florid. Slot. 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August 28, 1964 fJenist FltrSdiiciiffi Page 5-B ms. CMAMfS ftlNBHG Women's League Leaders Meet Af Sirkin Hall .mch chairmen ol men's League ol Synai igue of America ted Campaign for Mathilda Schechlence :i.ill <>l the Jewish cal S %  ninary met Wedal Sirkin Hall. Temple • i. El. rding I Miss Lillian Goodchairman plans were forted for the Florida Branch %  11 (• at Torah tea. which will take Thursday", Oct. 1. Funds isi will he used to further the education of future rabbis in the ( onservative movement, as well ;•the housing of women students. \ so working on the project are lr> Seymour Mann, of Hollywood. .! Branch vice president. Mrs Harold Rcinhard of Fiortd Branch president Committee Heads Named by JVS Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, president i.l Jewish Vocational Service, a beneficiary agency of the Greater .Miami Jewish Federation, arm ,unced the appointment of the fullowing board members as committee chairmen for the year 196-185 Administrative, Charles Hertzeff; Employers Advisory, Jerome (.. Greene; Pen nnel Practices, Hrrbcrt P. B'.umberg; Publicity i ublic Relations, Sam Luby Jr. Nominating and Membership i chairmen arc Barney Hern stein and Lloyd L. Ruskin. Sheltered Workshop, Stuart %  hild; Individual aiil Group Guidance, Mrs, Sidnej Lewis; In surance, Andrew A. Geller; Program, Mrs. Sam Stark; JVS-.Iewisli Home for the Aged Liaison. Sam .!. Heiraan; Hill-Burton. Marshall S. Hani.-; JVS Karon de Uirsch Loan Fund Liaison. Albeit Quadow. Mrs Feinberg announced that he first monthly meeting of the i.'S Board of Directors will be held on Thursdaj evening, Sept. in, at the agency's rehabilitation workshop Incited at 5252 NE 2nd Ave., with the opening of business scheduled for 8 p.m Dalin to Teach Russian To accommodate the growing demand for workers with a knowledge of the languague, beginning and intermediate coursein Russian will again be ottered by the Department of Continuing Education o, Miami -Dade Junior College. Instructor for the noncredit adult courses will again De Irving l. Dalin. A native of Russia, he has been teaching the language for 19 years Roosevelt Group Mystery Night •.Mystery Nite" will be held Saturday for Fleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. With destination and details known only to committee members, ticket-holders will be notified of a central meeting place, nothing more. Mrs. Nathan Matusov.. fundraising vice president, is in charge Of the affair which will include entertainment and refreshments. President of the group is MiGertrude Davidson. Mrs. Harris 8s Top SDT Alum At Confab Here Sigma Delta Tau Sorority held ilnational convention at the Fontainebleau Hotel this week. Convi ntion chairman was Mrs. Cecelia (Joseph) Shopiro. Omega Chapter on the University of Miami campus was cited for its 25th anniversary. Miss Sheila Berezow president Outstanding Alumna of the sorority, Mrs. E r n e s t ( Dol 11) i Harris. of Jj Miami, received in award for I. William Baros Jr., at a recent Beth Shirah, welcomes Mr. and Open House held by Temple Mrs. Al Raven, new members. Beth Shirah Plans Selichot MRS. NAMfS this distinction. She has been an Officer Of the (./eater Miami Alumnae Association for 12 years, holding posts from treasurer to president. National philanthropy of SDT is the Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation. Currently. Mrs. Harris is an officer in the Lorber Chapter of the Children's Asthma Research Institute of Denver. Quest speaker at the banquet was Dean of Women May B. Brun -or of the University of Miami. Members Of Temple Beth Shirah. 7500 SW 120th St.. will gather Saturday evening at board member's homes and then proceed to the leniple for the traditional Selichol services at 11 p.m. Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Herman Gottlieb will officiate. Temple Beth Shirah recently held an open house and welcomed these new members: Mr. and Mrs. Al Raven. Mr. and Mrs I Marvin Cone. Mr. and Mrs. Her| schel Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl | Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Portnoy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spivock, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Reamer and Mr. and Mrs Byron Sparbcr. An innovation for service to Temple families is the addition of bus service for busy, working or parents without a car or car pool. Children ol elementar> school age will be picked up at their schools :ii d driven to the Temple for Hebrew School and then brought home Schwartz Slated On Radio Here Gerald Schwartz, Miami Beach public relations executive, will discuss the Democratic National Convention on the Sam Gyson Show Monday night, 11 p.m., over Radio Stations WWBM and WMBM-FM. Schwartz, former deputy chairman of the H-state Democratic Midwest Conference, was public relations chairman for the Democratic Party in Nebraska and press secretary to the late Gov. Ralph G. Brooks there. how to say happy new yeap in heBRew •ft ^ B UJcwt nWv it S'ORI *V." ''•( Wm When it comes to chocolates and pastries for -*L Rosh Heshanah, Bartons speaks with a sweet tongue that everyone understands! 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Page 8-A +Je*isii thrwdtinn Friday. Aucu* 25. A/ei* Hadassah Chief Sees Jewish Renaissance war Continued from Page 1-A influence and leadership to the Arab -tates and Israel to the peace taole by making .1 States will nti nd indethai the Unite s to s ... In I • thai %  • %  : %  %  i • shown, t notT .! when %  tun is shi • : fr m eh %  i rj authorities d< %  • i rtl tat id resolu'. th civil rights ..n>i civil condemnation ol attacks on the U. S Supra mrl foraid. 1'ruted Nations; Soviet anti-Semitism ar d the I" 5 Israel plan for itfsahing tea water through the use of nuclear power In its resolution on Soviet antiSemitism. Hadassah said it was its aim "to mobilize American public opinion into a moral force and to arouse our Government to exertits infleunce to the end that this unconscionable wrong will be righted." Highlighting the closing dinner session was an address by Governor Edmond G Brown of California and Loui5 Pincus of Jerusalem, treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Israel Earlier, at a session on Zion• affairs, I L Kcnnen, executive of the American 1sPublic Affairs Committee. there was rgent need for a more effective pruyrani to counter Arab propaganda 'and to carry truth about the Arab war 1st Israel to the American Addressing one of the sessions, Mrs Rose 1Halprin, former nat.onal president of Hadassah and ..... isttjui gousniN precarious r?scue chairman of the Jev ncy ;„r Israel, American Sectold the more than 2.000 dele. tea th %  the anti-Israel, antiZ'onist anc' anti Jewish activities of the Arabs were taking on multitudinous patterns and that it musf be made clear to the Arab governments that i.itimidation. threat of boycotts and interference in local political matters of independent states will not be tolerated. Mrs Halprin took note of the activities of Arab agents in Argentina and Of the fact that "the thousands of Arab students in this country form a cadre, instructed to create lllwill against Israel, the Zionist movement and the Jewish community Apropos the future of Zionism. .Mrs. Halprin held that "Zionism A %  thin i 'he toollor a-sur Jewish survival," that "it strengthenthe unity of the Jew i-h people'' and that "through Its • OH Of the State ol Israel. I the mmunity pportunit] A 1 eatin 1 its 1 iltural image an 1 con 1 this to the main s ream of civilization Another former Hadassah president, Dr. Miriam Freund, 1: d the conclave that it was of "utmost importance" at this timj that President Johnson, the Cabinet and members cf both Houses of Congress "b* kept continually aware of our anxiety ever the oppression of Soviet Jewry. "So important is this," she went on, "that I urge all Americans to express this concern to Washington in the weeks and months ahead. Our concern mist be translated into action on the local level, on the state level, on the regional level, O.N the national and international levels. The Jews in the Soviet Union—three million of them— have no voices of their own with which to protest injustices, discrimination and persecution. "It therefore becomes our responsibility—as Americans and as Jews—living in a free society— to speak out for Soviet Jewry. We must speak out everywhere and in the highest places if we are to hope to effect intervention in their behalf." Adath Yeshurun Torah Service Temple Adath Yeshurun. of North Miami Beach, will hold a special Torah dedication service DH Saturday night at 9 p.m. Kabhi Jon.h E. Caplan will de liver the dedicatory address, and Cantor Maurice Neu and choir will chant the Liturgy. A Torah Scroll, written by hand with a feather by a pious scribe over 1 period ol two years, is beinsj donated to the Temple by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fine and their sister. Miss Betty Mellner. Best Wishes.., and a suggestion for the New Year from the Shelborne... ROSH HASHANA. A time of joy nd relaxation. Time for 1 Shetborae holiday. Jus! < tew steps from many Miami Beach Temples and Synagof ues. the Shelborne's convenience, comfort and consistently fine service will add to your enjoyment of the holidays. Sample the Shelborne's eicelknt cuisine and iuiunous accommodations — a wonderful way to start the year. Per Person Per Day INCLUDES 3 MEALS. Double Occupancy **• JE 1-1271 fa> rs*ratio >8.50 NOTCH.* CN ctue OH THC OCtAN I lilk ST. • MitMl IHC" H.n the American seem came under the strut iny of Dr. David Lieber. president of the University of Judaism in LoAngeles The Jewish edur -niinded a warniny that if the trend of Jewish as-imitation is not reversed, the American Jewish community may face "a catastrophe too frightening to contemplate.'' Declaring that "the hour" was •ripe" for a total assault on Jew1.-I1 apathy and ignorance. Dr. Lieber admonished the gathering that "the challenge before us is to take the Jewish heritage and make it operative in contemporary society." adding that "most of our organized Jewish life" is to a large extent "still geared to coping with the problems of the twenties and thirties and are simply out of tune with contemporary life." At the same time he contended that "no really great leadership has emerged in this postera which can f r „ frem -eh* a h aboU l tn of ft* and come to termt with raw ically new condif,ons th,7 world Jewry" today. Avraham Harman | hassador to the I the convention ; rmtst accord prionu • 'to ler" Iran attack l< 1 rise :... c %  Live 1 ol ment and social velopraent— 1 n • afree men, |_ V'O-g the the %  KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOUNS DINNER • SUPPED MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 34521 AIT BMJNS, Co-Owner A Happy New Year to All I III IIOYAI III XI.AHIW KOMI. 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• %  u gust 28. 1964 fJewisii nor/dHun Page 13-B ^5ar ^/VLitzvan Rs!ph Kazer Deborah Rachlin Mr. and Mrs. llymiin Brick, "l New York. Homanoff Kazer and DeHarvey will be entering eighth %  ichlin, first cousins grade at Parkway Junior High. '' attended Beth David | School tor eight years, u n rated on Saturday Bar Mttzvah f Nathan Goldl Aug. 29. at Beth David |nan of Louisville, Ky., is being Nathan Goldman Ross Rubin Ronnie Simon A reception in honor of the Bar m Mil2_vah will follow the cerejQQBy. Ross Rubin On Saturday morning. Aug. 29. ill.>-. -HI of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin, will be Bar Mitzvah .it temple /.i"n. with Rabbi Alfred Waxnian officiating. An eighth grade student at Kinloch Park Junior High, Ross plays in the school band. He has been a student at Temple Zion since the age of four and plans to continue I ie, with Rabbi Norman N. hl ;d a Temple Ner Tamid so that \ School. He is the son of Mr. and stitute. Dr. Isaac Ever will ofin ,h e Confirmation Class. Ci'iro and Cantor William W. his great-grandmothers, Mrs. Mary I Mrs. Marvin L. Goodman, andlficiate, and President William Mr. Rubin is owner of Rubinon officiating. Miller and Mrs. Dora Goldman, | grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen will present the celebrant i dale's Kosher Meat Market. Mrs. n ,ii Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. can be present for the occasion. Kastan of Miami Beach. with a Bible. Rubin is a past president of Kalph is an Honor Roll ( Ceremony is slated for early Larry Benes Larry Allen, son of Mr. and An eighth grade student at, Temple Zion Sisterhood and of Nautilus Junior High, Larry at-: West Miami Jewish War Veterans tends Agudath Israel Religious Auxiliary 223. nt in the third form at Ranmorning services on Saturday, School, where he received Aug. 29, with Rabbi Eugene Laboporcign Languages Award in vitl officiating. Mrs. Louis Benes. 7629 Dickens School. An all-star pitcher and: She is presently serving as comliuh and Latin. Favorite subNathan is an eighth grade stuAve., will observe his Bar Mitz-j infieldcr, he is a member of the munity relations chairman in both s are mathematics and bioldent at Seneca High School and vah on Saturday morning, Aug. \ City National Bank Little League groups. [ he was recently recipient I a cra duate of Louisville Hebrew 23. at Agudath Israel Hebrew Inteam. |he Shapoff Award for excel-] |e in Hebrew studies. His Kiddush will be tendered by Ross' parents in his home. Ibies are chess and bunding % %  I planes and cars. feborah, daughter of Mr. and Norman S. Rachlin, is in the (tti grade at South Miami JunHigh She has been on the On Becoming Bat Mitzvah in Lisbon By BENG. FRANK LISBON — Three young girls n \ List, is a Student Council; s(ood on the hjman in tne syna u-"'!""! Boeue at 59 Rue Alexandre Horculano and each recited in both Hebrew and Portuguese several of the Ten Commandments. [the accelerated mathematics %  ram next year. Deborah was jcntly given a special award m Beth David for excellence in. Crew studies. Her hobbies in-! Ie sewing and swimming. fericagoans attending will be and Mrs. Morris Rachlin, Debit's grandparents. Local fats will include Mrs. Libbie pnanoff. grandmother of the and Bas Mitzvah, and Mrs. %  Kazer, Ralph's grandmother. tiddush and luncheon in SpecHall will follow the services. • Larry Konefsky Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber•d Konefsky, will become Bar hvah on Saturday, Aug. 29, at' \\ Moshe Congregation. Kidhis honor will follow the (Vices in 1'opiel Social Hall. student Of the Beth Moshe |bnw School and North Miami Jior High. Larry plays saxopne in the school band. luncheon in his honor will held at the Dcauville Hotel on Ida] A few months earlier and a few hundred miles away in the Jewish synagogue at 19 Calle Pizarro. Madrid. Spain, seven girls chanted Hebrew prayers in a colorful and dignified exercise. The ceremony, of course, was the Bat Mitzvah which in 1964 was inaugurated in the two Jewish communities of the Iberian Peninsula. In Lisbon. Rev. Isaac Toledano explained it thusly: "We felt it v as a good idea for the future mothers to know something about Hebrew prayers, a bit of Jewish history and the meaning of festivals." In both Portugal and Spain, devout Catholic countries. Jewish communities which make up a minute segment of about 700 Jews out of a total population on nine million as in Portugal or one out of 5.000 out of a total population of 29 million as in Spain, it is not very hard for young people to assimilate and intermarry, according to Jewish leaders hero Therefore. Jewish community officials search for every means to instill Jewish Jeffrey Karsh ifereth Israel will be the site khe Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Paul |rsh i'ii Saturday morning. Aug. during services conducted by tbbi Henry B. Wernick. %  Mr, and Mrs. David Karsh. lortradition into its youth. prly of Washington, D.C., will Jnor their son at a reception in p Temple's social hall following ceremony. \n eighth grade student at Umi Edison Junior High. Jefp's hobby is collecting rare Ins. And the reaction of the two Jewish communities toward Catholic influences show up even in ceremonies like the first Bat Mitzvah held in May in Lisbon. Harvey Kansol fjarvey L. Kansol, son of Mr. Mrs. Seymour Kansol, of 18115 2">th Ct.. celebrated his Bar fzvah Saturday. Aug. 8, at Con%  ation B'nai Raphael. wests included his great-grandw. Mrs. c.oidie Weiner, from PAL Field Day Here Jersey, and his grandparents, For example, the three girls who participated in the ceremony wore blue not white dresses. Rev. Toledano explained that in the late spring when the Bat Mitzvah was held, the Catholics make communion for their daughters and they all wear white dresses. The s;reets of Lisbon, he said, are full of girls in white dresses. "We did not v/ant to be like the Christians," he said. Of course, in both com muni ties, it was not easy to initiate the new ceremony, a popular American tradition. Dr. Elias Baruel, vice president of the Jewish community in Lisbon, said a hazan, who has since returned to France, germinated the idea several years ago. At first. Dr. Baruel related, members of the executive board asked: "Why do we need it? The ceremony is a Christian tradition.'' But then one of the synagogue gabais visited Rrazil and saw the Bat Mitzvah. He returned to Lisbon and encouraged the group to adopt the ceremony. In Spain, a similar debate was held before the Bat Mitzvah was started. The first Bat Mitzvah class in Lisbon was convened last year. The girls learned to read Hebrew, were taught the mean, ing of Jewish holidays and learned the "Shma Yisrael," the Ten Commandments and the 13 principles of the faith by Maimonides. Just before the ceremony. however, the girls had to pass an oral examination on Jewish customs and prayers. They were tested by members of the exec Utive board. The three passed. Finally, the big day arrived. Several hundred members of the Lisbon Jewish community gath' ered in the synagogue on the warm Shabhat afternoon. The ceremony begun. The girls fust said the "Shma Yisrael" and the program continued with recitations. The hazan, Rev. Toledano. added a spiritual and festive air to the Bat Mitzvah by rendering a few selections. Ronnie Simon Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Ronnie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Afterwards, a reception was simon, on Saturday morning, Aug. held by the parents in the dec2 9, at Temple Emanu-El. orated synagogue garden. Gifts Ronnie will enter the eighth were passed out and refreshgra de at the Hebrew Academy ments served. He is a talented pianist, has perIf one talked to the members f rmed in many recitals and won of the community that day. they J* pnz \ f m$ p,ay l 1 ng at -^ indicated that the community Hebrew Academy. He enjoys had inducted aTlmTorVan't water-skiingand also belongs to event. They seemed to be saying that though small, the Jewish community in Portugal would survive. the bowling team at the HebrewAcademy. Mrs. Rebecca Taylor and Mrs. Rose Simon, grandparents of Ronnie, will be present for the ocIt at least encouraged many casion. other girls to study for and parThe eelebrast will be honored ticipate in a Bat Mitzvah, said at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall followRev. Toledano in an optimistic ing the service and at a reception tone. Saturday evening at the Seville G ttttf* ? fiRED Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... 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fjmist fhridican
Friday. August 23, 1964
Congregation B'nai Raphael is Planning
Groundbreaking Fete For New Facility
i 'i negation B'nai Raphael, un-
ii leadership of Rabbi Har-
old Richter, i- now expanding its
es to include a new -chool
building . present sanctuarj
indbreaking ceremony on
Sunday, :: p.m., will be attended
\ many civic and religious lead-
ers
Contemporary m design through
out. the new school building con
ol six classrooms, office
and social hall, will bo > con-
itructed a> to allow for future ex-
pansion and addition of seven
more classrooms N< v desl stor-
space and book cases ill also
be installed.
Sanctuarj refurbishing iU in-
clude a modern interior with pan-
eled wafLt, stained glass windows
bi hind the enlarged altar, rusti-
cal ceilings, new air-condi luning
and sound systems
United Fund Unit Names Executive
Kr.eseth kreel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
will feature a Hiah Holiday Choir composed
of children fi<">m the community. Bottom row
left to riaht' ere John Uller, Allan Seii. Howard
Seii and ludd Zisquith. Back row fleft to right)
are Gary Morowitz, Robert Greenberg, Jimmie
Reznekowitz, Jacob Weiss, and Allen Sloane.
Standing in the rear are Cantor Abraham Seif
and Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Swiss Press Favors Official's Slur
NEVA JTAI The Swiss
J risk community wa> viewing
with growing concern here mount-
. i evidence of an anti-Semitic
- i-ampaie: allegedly inspir-
ed by the S".-- rnment. The
Dents the
- ^nation la-t weekend of
Euenane S 'ocol
the i iaa E ign Mini
: having made
mber I I si 11 ':
world situation. Mr. Serra, a
member of the Swiss foreign
service for 20 years, is also re-
ported to have warned Chris-
tians against "the Jewish dan-
ger," and to have charged that
the Jews have no right to Is-
rael.
Si: ra's resignation I
cent report c. Qcerning the
- -> diplomat's remarks in the
Richard A. Weather ley, of South
Bend. Ind.. has been named ad-
ministrative executive of United
Fund's Health Foundation of Dide
County, formerly known as the
Medical Research and Health Ser-
vices Foundation.
Weather ley's appointment was
announced by Dr. Julius Alex
ander, Foundation nresident.
i
The 28-yrar-old administrative
executive formerly was directjf
of community services of SI. J,s-
tion." Some papers charged that eph County. Inc.
the entire affair was a put-up job. Dr Alexander sijd ,,, Weafh.
and that the resignation was due erU/ wi goide ,he operaflon
to underhand lobbying."' of United Fund's newest health
agency which was incorpv-ited
August, 1943.
', he Foundation was foned as
a central co-ordinating agency to
bring -even United Fund-Support-
ed health and medical r< search
agencies under one jurisdic.ion.
Agencies now in the Foj .Jation
are Visiting Nurse Association, As-
sociation for Child Guidance; Clin-
ics. Retarded Children's 9 .ciety,
Mental Health Society. Hearing
and speech Center, Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institul and
Muscular Dystrophy Society
Or Alexander said the "iited
Fund has allocated to the Founda-
tion and :t- seven agencii |254,-
746 for 1964
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me Economist of London, along with
sation that he was linked
I
Dr nschvig
- if :he Federation of Swiss
Commur.it.e- w no heard
incident frcm one of the
Us .t the dinner attended by
the unhindered activities in
S itierland of Egyptian muni-
tions merchant Khamil Hassan
It was noted here that Serra has
only resigned from his current
pest, and it is believed likely that
he will soon be appointed to a
a. had lodged a strong pro- high-ranking post at the Swiss
in an important foreign
s ;-. Foreign Minister
} r.ednch Wahlen some time ago.
Among the remarks attribut-
ed to Mr. Serra, which Have not
been denied by the Swiss diplo-
mat, are accusations that the
Jews represent an "internation-
al conspiracy" and are respon-
sible for the current critical
Embassy
country
Expressing "shock and surprise"
at the resignation, a number of
Swiss newspapers asserted that
Serra's. remarks were merely a
"lack of precaution" and charged
the Swiss Zionist movement with
taking advantage of the situa-
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Friday. August 28, 1964 *Jcnisti ncridttaun Page 7-B '>• %  '• il;v ,,'n. ,; :> ... ,1 hMMMHil tm g/fboiik people ana /h Two Services Set at Zamora aces ... V/ERE BALD trice and Irving Peskoe went t<> Boston Irving's 25th reunion at MIT. The 25th Hi a i any school is always exciting. Most Mill alive and right in the prime of Beatrice said it ;>s marvelous to see how cognized each ether even though a quar, century had passed. The Peskoes' oldlaughter. Riva, is still in Paris where she year to study, but they took Anne. the. csl in the family, witn them on their trip. ;1 ; S' John College in Maryland to pick 0 an They went to the reunion, up to \ Hampshire to visit family and. of course, ,,,, According to Beatrice, the Fair is in.I. ;i capsule world lour, he comments commercial exhibits Adler went to Deal. N.I to Iheir cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Strauss, VC just up the street from Elisabeth Taylor. Josie watehed their house as closely letective, she eaught nary a glimpse oi anyHowever, the night that she and Louis went to -ee "Mary Mary" in New York, it was diflerent, As they came out of the theatre. Liz Taylor, with fresh lilacs in her hair, came to pick up Richard Burton, who was appearing in the theatre across the street in "Hamlet." The Vdlers, with son Arnold, went to the Fair twice. HI fiaim.l MHHMM MM BW '" "'•' 11 On the first day. they met Bunny and Jay Schwartz, who were doing tie' Fair before leaving lor Europe, on the second day, they met Doroihy aim Maurice Serotta with menwnole family. Aiierwards, they were going to take son Gerald lo Harvard. •? • WE HOPE YOU WILL COME IF YOU ARE ABLE TO A CLEANING PRODUCT SHOWER FOR LISI.II BABEL That's what the invitation said sent by K-ther Mrs. Donald I Hubin and her daughter, Ellie (Mrs. Jay) C'ristol, to a dinner given at Ellie'i home on Palm Island in honor of Leslie. whose marriage to Warren Liebman takes place ih" end ol this month. A big square cake said "Happy Cleaning Day." The pile of gifts grew smaller and smaller as Leslie, looking adorable with her hair piled high in curls on top of her head, opened each one with exclamations. "I do so know what this is." she said turning to her mother Lillian (Mrs. Norman) Babel. Among e.ue-ts were Ruth (Mrs. Alexander) Robbins, Betty i Mrs Meyer i Friedman. Mable (Mrs. Bert) Waller. Virginia (Mrs. Marry) Orleans. Dorothy iMrs. Lillian) Breitler. Mrs. Sarah Frishman, and of course all of the relatives, including the two grandmothers. Mrs. Irving Lauton and Mrs Minnie I'olakow. The neighbors, who live in the same apartment as the mother of the groom. Mrs. Victor Liebman, were all there, including Mrs. William Fishman. Mrs. Edward Behrman, Mrs. Louis Razanin. Mrs William Pasternack. Mrs. Louis Kross and Mrs. Sam Feldman. They brought along a plastic basket filled with so many kitchen necessities that Leslie won't have to buy a kitchen aid" for a year BASIN STREET OUT AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB The dining room at Westview Country Club was dei" rated io resemble a New Orleans night club. Among uut'Ms were Mr and Mrs. Clifford Russel, Mr and Mrs. Myron Boraks. Mr. and Mrs Jack Brantman, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nadlcr, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gilman. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Chasen, Mr. and. Mrs. S. S. Bioom. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Silvers, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lomaskin and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub —Frances Lehman i Temple Zamora announces the program for High Holiday services will be conducted lx>th at the Temple, 44 Zamora Ave., and auxiliary services will be conducted at Dade County Auditorium. Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader of Temple Zamora. will officiate at the High Holy Day Services at the Temple, and Cantor Ben Dickson will chant the liturgy, Board of Directors revealed Wednesday that the auxiliary services at Dade County Auditorium will be conducted by Rev. Israel Friedman and Cantor Fred Bernstein. Rev. Friedman was a noted communal and religious leader in Denver and the Rocky Mountain area. He served congregations in suburban Denver, Billings, Mori., and Milwaukee, Wise, where he was principal of the Beth Medrash Hagodol Synagogue Hebrew and Religious Schools. During World War II he eonducted services for military personnel at army posts in and around Denver. Rev Friedman was executive director of the Allied Jewish Council in Denver He is now executive vice presideni of il e Asthmatic children's Foundation, • Cantor Bernstein na. born in Chechoslovakia and a 11 e n d e i -i huils of religious studies through out Europe. He studied musical arid religious liturgy in the IS School Races At Biscayne Kennel Slated Sept. 5 Three nights ol official scho il> ing races are scheduled lor ^rc %  > hounds which will compete in the :.
lrlr> 0 Director, JE 1-6061 Flamingo Chapter Dance Saturday On Saturday evening. Flamingo Chapter of National Children's j Cardiac Hospital will sponsor its annual dance at the Casablanca Hotel. All proceeds are earmarked for hospital equipment. Mrs. Abe Simca is chairman. BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD I MIAMI • FLOBlOA FACING BISCAYNE BAY UNDfft UiH MANAGEMENT WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR FESTIVITIES AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED STAESILM; IIT HALLHIOOM SEATING UP TO 300 if WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS RECEPTIONS if LUNCHEONS MEETINGS • FKff PARKING • CATERING Package Deal, Including liquor. Cake, Hors d'ouevert, Photographer Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern CALL SHIRLEY, CATERING MANAGER formerly wifh Rosedale Caterers Fit U-3792 I Functions Complete Catering Facilities tor that Special Parly served in superb fashion setting that will retlect your good taste. .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.SOO guests. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CD Charles Miller. Executive Pood Director PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THE OCEAN AT eTIti STHAfcT. MIAMI BEACH mrmrvfrvT~ 0 MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They ire unequalled In their profession. i They ere the diLido's catering staff. They will mike a success of any party... • wedding... • Bar Mitzvah*... a business _-aA meeting or a social luncheon. They will \ serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared In the diLido's newly decorated Cotillion Hoom. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call Mr. TeJchr.er at lEfferson 8-0811 for the best function you've ever had %  ram WMIMM A Slrkln family Enterprise 0CEANFR0NT, COLLINS AVENUE AND LINCOLN ROAD MALL



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p. Page 2-B fjcnirf fJcridf&r V Teachers Set Orientation Here Prol Ijourie Fisher will be lin speaker at the annual orienU tion Institute of the combined teaching staffs at the nursery -chools conducted by the YMHA %  %  < Ctreater Miami on Monday and Tuesday. Prol. Fisher, who teaches psychology and education at Dade County Junior College, will address the statf on the latest concepts on developing pre-school children as eial being*. The e.itire training program is being coordinated by Jcannette B Schwartz, director of the Early Childnood Develn tent Program for the "V ." Twenty-four teachers and superMR will gather Monday morning at the Miami "Y" for the training program. They will represt nt the four sehool> conducted by the "Y" at different areas in Dade County The schools are located at the Miami Branch. 450 SW 16th Ave ; Miami Beach Branch. 1536 Bay Rd ; North Count> Branch, 14.036 NE 6lh Ave.; and Southwest Branch. 7215 Coral Way A general orientation on the goals of the "Y" program in the i.immunity will be given by Emantiel Tropp. associate director of the Greater Miami "Y." There will also be a panel presentation on the approach of the first day of school. u ith three of the pre-school supervisors participating: Jiifs. Theodore Weinstock. Beach Branch: Mrs Charles Harris. Southwest Branch: and Mrs. Martin Yelen. North County Branch. Teaching staff who will be participating in the Institute are Mrs Norman Ashbes. Mrs. Bernard Baron. Miss Myrna Bruce. Mrs. David Davidson. Miss Miriam Freedman. Mrs. Marvin Hertz. Miss June Lando. Mrs. Jack Osiran. Mrs. Herman D. Pieper. Mrs. Kenneth Raskin. v Mrs. Bari\ Seinfeld. Mrs. Lester Weiss, and Mrs. Richard Wolf, in addition to a number of new teachers w ho are now in the process of being appointed. Football Chairman Named Walter Etling. Miami realtor and civic leader, has been named chairman of the 1964 Kiwanis Freshman Football Classic charity ..une between the freshma.i teams of the Universities ot Miami and Florida, according to Joe Creel, president of the Kiuanis Club of Miami. P*0f. IWUKIl FISHER Hebrew Univ. Women to Meet Tlhis Sunday Board of directors of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University will meet this week to finalise plan< for the Oct. 8 gathering scheduled to inaugurate the 1964-65 program To preside at the Oct. 8 brunch in the Algiers Hotel is Mrs. Harold Thurman. Presiding at the meeting of leading community women who have dedicated themselves to the -upport of the Hebrew University it Jerusalem will be Miss Lillian Goodman, vice president and chairman of the Society of the Women of the Book. Board member and internationally-renowned violinist Joan Field will discuss her summer in Israel. Program of the Greater Miami Women's Division 1964-65 will in elude a President's Reception given by Mrs Samuel Simonhoff on Nov. 11 and the traditional Woman of the Year luncheon on Dec. 17 in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Charles Charcowsky is chairman of the Woman of the Year program. Among board members who are participating in the Oct. 8 arrangements are the Mesdames Harry Platoff. membershin vice president; Anna Brenner Meyers. Jack S. Popick and Samuel T. Sapiro. members of the President's Cabinet; Sigmund Fogler. recording secretary: Gerald Schwartz, social secretary; Ruth Johnson Berger. parliamentarian: Trudy Hamerschlag. chairman of Bequests Committee: Irving E. Miller, chairman of Scholarships Beach Youth Spends Summer Working at JYS Miss Fredi Grossman, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Louis Grossman, of 5130 No. Bay Rd.. Miami Beach, volunteered her summer vacation to work with the Jewish Vocational Service. Miss Grossman is a Junior at the University of Miami. She is preparing herself for a career in psychology or a related subject, not only by attending college, but also by learning the practicalities of these subjects through application in an agency. She has given up a summer ot play and leisure to involve herself in the more serious aspects ol rehabilitation and counseling. The Jewish Vocational Service deals with job placement, career guidance, and job development, with much emphasis in placing the handicapped population. At the present time. Miss Gro-sman is working at the Jewish Vocational Service Workshop. Utilized to tot workers on the job and prepare them for placement i.i the community. Fredi feels that she ha gained an insight into placement problems with such disability groups a^ emotionally-disturbed, mentallyretarded and physically disabled. In "off-the-cuff" discussions with counselor.-, she sees psychology at work. Miss Grossman now is more certain of her vocational choice. She will be starting her third year at the University of Miami in September after a short vacation in New York. Friday. August 28, 1964 1 I "~" Asthma Research Training Session Next Tuesday A workshop leadership training session for South Florida Council of Presidents of Children's Asthmatic Research Institute Hospital is slated for Tuesday. 7:30 p.m., at Howard Johnson Restaurant. 1100 Biscayne Blvd. Chapter officers will be briefed in ways and means projects channeled to raising funds for the hospital. Partieipatin.: chapterare Greater Miami. Lorber. Breath ot Life. North Dade. Peshkin and Miami Beach. MISS FRfDI GROSSMAN Carol City Twins Receive Awards Tun c'arnl City twins and their Older bn ther have received merit awards from the Dairj Council ol South Florida Eddie 7. and San and David 5. children of Mr am! Mr-. Gary Garfinkle. 1961 NW 188th Ter.. were recommended tor the awards bj their supervisors at Beacon Hill Summer Camp and North Dade YWCA for their good sports man.-hip and ability Each has passed the beginning swimming test at the camp, and each has won best camper award in their individual group. David received a sportsmanship medal, and Eddie was decorated for his athletic ability, particularly in swimming. All attend B'nai Raphael Congregation. Garfinkle i-, physical education teacher at Norland Junior High School. The Dairy Council has a continuing program to honor achicvements of >chooi-age young people in Dade County. They are inter e>ted in achievers in many fields, and young personthrough twelfth %  _rade are eligible Committee: and Rhea Cashman Gladwin. publicity chairman. feel like a bride get a "WEDDING WHITE" WASH every time! Distributor: Stern & Stern, 4450 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, Tel 754-1676 S CT FAB WTH | D URABRITE| ...the intensified whitener Yes, your wash can be wedding white—not just almost white! New Fab lifts out the yellow and gray tinge. Then washes in a pure, pure white — wedding white —in a way old fashioned detergents never could. Try it and seel KOSHER PARVE PRODUCT Of COLGATE PALMOLIVE Convention Report Given, A report on the Jewish Bfe Veterans convention held i f ,, n in Hollywood. Fla eeent was pre >ented at a meeting „f w cl I ..,i: • ....:!•. ronduct. '"•ertrud, • %  > Van Shore Ladies' Auxiliary ed by President Mrs. Solomon on Wednesday ington Federal. 1133 Normi Isle. mi 7 a "3L 1 pout gathered for you Miriam Fiel d II %  ii iht world w.i crrati A /fi/i Haslionah thebwlhda M-nrld—il son for jaw And a n>"tu nlwiy beautiful Itiniaw likem /V %  hind I>I the ihofar io tin aouikh ••! ilif dngiag taarenu • %  Please CM I have that marvelous recipe?" Isn't that the nicest >..niplimtiit a rook can get! \\ ell, that's h,ii I want In sav to >ou. If vnu have a favorite recipe; using Planters ()il. naturall> ). do send il to me. I am offerin g S25 for each one thal'v printed in this column, plus s25 towards the charit> of your choice So it's u doable mit/vah to share vour fa-.orite recipe Nab way. Writs touav to: Miriam Field, Manna about i in. 12th Floor, 420 Let* i.igton v. venue. New \ork 17. Y V During the awesome month of I llul. when even ihe little nahc n l!ic sea trambts in terror, many hom emak tri suppress a private tremor when they think of the bus) days ahead. So make it easier for yourself. Plan your menus well in advance, check >our patitrs no* a'lddoputHlantersOilhighop youi s'topping list. It will make your holiday specialties evtra Special, not onl> light but Jelu ioti-lv light It's actually the most delicate ol today's light oils. And, of com-o. Planters Oil is kosher and par\e Make>our\egetablesc>e-caiching and laste-luntalizing, too. Try UKM golden hone>-gta/ed 24 CARAT CARROTS 2 J cups (1 bunch, carrot slice cup Planters Peewit O'l 1 J cup orange juice 'cup' 2 teaspoons grated oraige pee PrecoM earrol slices until ahaoU dune. Place Planters Oil. orange inter. IMWH-V uraaae pevl. earrH> in skilk-t. < ook over medium heal un il Carroll have rich gulden glaze, *rn> il In minutes. Serves 4 or 5. APPLEKRAUT CASSEROLE 1 cup chopped onion 1 cup Planters Peanut OH 1 can (I lb 11-oi.) sauerkraut, rj-. Hi cups (1 medflir") apple sta> 2 tablespoon* brown sugar l teaspoon d / mustard i cup chopped Planters Pecans Saute union in Planters Oil until soft; mix vsiih sauerkraut. Alternate lasers nf apples and saocrnraul in oiled I : |ii:ir. casserole. Sprinkle wilh > •-•II in is ard. chapped Itanicrv P .ii" Bake, covered, in J75 I. u>eii ...mot .'(1 minutes. Serves 6. DEVILED BEANS 1 can 1 .-. itat n "te's Paaaul (spood orcpaif'i prepai !'• i i bi ii--. re so r t a n .mi '. 1 liquid. Same •afea whs P anti is Oil until ti-novr aMd n • u-i uf in'ireJi :'-. I n i II il lk|i ill ihiikens sli^li .. and ni vlure i ihorougbl] heatad. I M 4. ._ pot tins superb recipe lot vi rrom M. Roger Panzot, ( hel Cubinc at New York's ramoi • l haWaubriaod Restaurant: CAESAR SALAD CHATEAUBRIAND (rush I clove garlic and add to I cup Planters Oil. I el stand I hour or more. Remove garlic. Saute cups bread cubes in '-, cup of the oil. Tear into salad bowi 2 heads romainc, I head Boston lettuce. I bunch water cress. Sprinkle '. cup grated cheese, ', tap. salt. '. bPeach tlrv mustard and Mack pcpP 1 on ureens. Pour on remainim: > cup Planters Oil, cup lemon juice. 2 slightls bcatca esgs. Add da-.h Worcestershire sauce. 2 OT. • -in anehoTy filets and crouton-, loss gentls. Serves 6. Watch for another gathcung oi— Manna about Town. A Plantsrt IW Excttrshre ir$ THE LIGHT P0L>UNSAfoRAlfD Oil Not ONLY LIUHt BUI Dtl ICi'U'ji Y lluii



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-nday. August 28. 1964 Jewish Fieri Jtai/n Page 3-3 ^ocic* lit Continued from Page 1-B the North Shore Communtj Arts Center in Roslyn .iii-i missed her mother, Mrs. harles Salk, en route to Jai Mr. Salk, of Miami i is an uncle of the great ;>!• Jonas Salk. • A lout; weekend visit with her pan n'ts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry August, for Elaine August who was iiere to serve as bridesmaid for YJkliele Drasner when she married Stephen Morrow last Sunday Lucky Cindy Ziff 9. accomianj ing her parents, the Dr. Sanlord L. Ziffs, to London where l>r. Ziff will present a paper belore the Second International Congress ol Contact Lens Practitioners v\f Isabel \^J Mr and Mrs. Jack Glasson and daughters, of 5960 SW 62nd l'l on a guided tour at Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico tor their summer holiday Highlight of a visit to New York City for Mr. and Mrs Simkovic, 2345 SW 23rd Ter., was yetting tickets* for 'Hello Dolly" starring Carol Chanmng. Although there is a "doctor in the house," it is the distaff member of the Dr. Martin Matz household at 1701 NE 17th St., who authored the article "First A7d lor Childhood Emergencies," appearing in the August issue of 'Parents Magazine" ... A science teacher at Parkway Junior High. Judith Ann Matz also teaches a Red Cross First Aid course Interest in the subI Hadassah to Fete Israeli Guest On Saturday Mrs, Isaac Olshan, chairman of the Hadassah Council in Israel, ill be guest of honor at an Oneg Shabbat on Saturday, at 1 p.m.. .:*. the home of Mrs. Theodore .Marks. 3522 Riviera Dr.. Coral Cables. The event is sponsored bj the Miami Chapter of Hadastah. Mrs Olshan is the wife of the 'hlef Justice of the Supreme ourt of Israel, who presided at the appeal case of Adolf Eichniann Born in Jerusalem, she was educated at the Hebrew University, where she studied education philosophy. She Is the mothr el a son now attending law ri the Hebrew University. The one; 1 Shabbat is open to all mbers Of. the Miami Chapter Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. president oi the Florida Region, will give the Lion, and Mrs. A. E. Cohen, n sident of the .Miami Chapter. diSCUSS the meaning of ShabMrs Max Handshu and Mrs. George Katzman are in charge of the program. Special guests will be Mrs. Irving Li and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakn is. past presidents of the Florida Region, and Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, vice president of the Florida Region and liaison officer to the Miami Chapter. Rabbi Jafh is Elected Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe. spirtiual leader of Temple Beth El of Hollywood, has been elected to the Executive Board of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. The Central Conference has a membership of over 800 rabbis in the Reform movement in America and other countries. Council Women Launch Drive For New Season "Reach for More in '04" is this scar's membership slogan tor the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, according to Mrs. William I. Brenner, president of the Section. Mrs. Harold Zeeman, vice president in charge of membership, announced this week that the Greater Miami Section is now making plans for the Call membership drive. Evening Division has already held three "little evenings" for new members. South Dade Di-, vision will hold a membership tea next Wednesday. Shores Division is planning a membership party Sept. 30. All other divisions will start their drives at a regular Oct. 7 membership meeting. rove ject spurred originally by a question from her husband right after she brought new son. Stevie. now 2. home from the hospital Slightly flustered daddy asked "What do you think I should do, the baby is hiccoughing?" The Starks. Harriet and Jules, spending their second anniversary in Israel, will be in Montreal for the first High Holy Days and home in Miami Beach for the last Oays oi the traditional observance Sailed on the SS Shalom early in August, having first spent several days in New York with Harriet's son. Bob Gross, and family Left the cruise after 13 days for their first look at the Holy Land, which they toured from end to end Flight to Greece and Paris preceded the return crossing of the Atlantic Summer vacation in Israel for Capt. Leo Gardner, wife. Miriam, and children. Leora and Arthur He's now back at his duties as prexy of El Al Israel Airlines. Jack 1. Green and wife Shirle on a month-long tour of Western Europe Itinerary includes England. Netherlands. Germany. Denmark. Belgium and Switzerland Something of a •busman's holiday" for Jackboard chairman of Bishopric Green Fielden— he's calling on a order flowers now for the HOLIDAY SEASON '.. CHARGE ACCOUNTS OPENED BY PHONE f&tic Garile FLOWERS BY WIRE u$ INCORrORATHO Our 50fh Anniversary Year MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORM G/BIXS Nt 5-4516 JE 2 3361 '' 5 %  > HOLLYWOOD FTLAUDERDALE 92^ 8201 10 4 0586 number of European ad agencies, co members with BGF of the Continental Advertising Agency network Happy blend ol business and pleasure added up to a delightful vacation in Gotham Town for Sue and Harry Zukernick. too Although Harry attended the American Bar Association convention and a course in state planning sponsored by the Practising Law Institute, he and Sue still had time to see the top six Broadway shows, get to the Fair, and meet their many friends and relatives in town ... All this and heavenly weather. Gadget shower for Iris Beth Sharpe hosted by Mrs. Henry Gewitz and Mrs. Robert Grossman at the Carillon Hotel earlier this month Shades of pink for the luncheon table, where a tiny bride and groom standing on heaps of wedding bells left no doubt what the event was celebrating Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rubin announced the engagement of her daughter, Iris, and Joseph M. Fineberg last month The future bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Meyer Fineberg and the late Mr. Fineberg Internationallyrenowed cellist Leonard Rose arriving this weekend to houseguest with brother Prank C. Rose and wife at 1408 S. Bayshore Dr. The former Miamian is the son of Harry Rose. Home from a year's study at University of Nottingham 111 NEW England—Cookie Kazer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Kazer .. Took advantage of school holidays to visit France, Germany. Austria. Switzerland and Italy Most recent flight from London took her to Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain Cookie, who returned to this country on the SS France, arrived in South Florida in tune 1<" brother Ralph's Bar Mitzvah and cousin Deborah Rachlin's Bas Mitzvah this weekend Going back for her senior year at Sophie Newcomb College. Cookie will have her sister for company Olivia, starting her freshman year, was recently accepted into the Seiv'ars and Fellows Program of Tulane U. • # Farewell luncheon for Sandra (Mrs Henry) Landy recently at the Roney's Cafe Jardin Suisse Couple will be making their home in Los Angeles, since he has been transferred to manage a new West Coast office of Marcus Bros., importers of straw handbags Guests at the party were Joan (Mrs. Eugene) Bloom. Helen (Mrs. Philip 1 Gassman, Rita i Mrs. Richard) Wolf, Leila (Mrs. Alan) Marcus, Jane (Mrs Daniel) Altman. and Joann (Mrs. Alan) Schecter Also. Judy (Mrs. Larry) Markman. Brenda (Mrs. Chuck) Himfel. 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Page 12-A *JeistncridiicW Friday. August 28 >a \ %  w Dr. Lipschifz to Chair Dinner Honoring Margulies at Beth Torah on Sept. 19 DR. MAX UPSCHITZ Youth Director To Tcke Over At Beth Sholem Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, : : ounces the engagement ol a 1 II time profess ional youth direcHarold J Goldstein. Gi Idstein ill be in charge ol all youth activities, United Synagogue Youth chapters, Boy Scout troops, special youth classes, social, cultural and religious funclioi s for tii<' youth. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader, and Murray Cohen, Youth Commission chairman, said that the ensuing year promises to be the greatest for Temple Beth Sholem Youth Center. Golcl-tem has been a resident oi Dade-Broward area since 1939. received the Bachelor of Education ice at the University of Miami m 1951. taught art and social studies at Driftwood Junior High School, and received the Master's i gree in guidance and counseling • Universitj oi Florida in 1963. He has held the position of rec. ation director at Driftwood and iffin Park Recreation Centers %  i 1 participated in the Broward Count} summer recreation poriiram Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader ot Congregation Beth Torah. characterized Dave Margulies as "a man Who does not seek honors hut who is honored by all who know him. "lie is a warm, humble man who has won the respect and esteem ot every member of our congregation, as well as thousands i i others in our community, lor his quiet devotion to hisynagogue, our entire communitj and th, State ol Israel." Margulies will be honored at the Beth Torah-lsrael Dinner on Saturday, Sept. 19, at the congregation. He will receive the Israel Redemption Award. Serving as chairman of the dinner will be Dr. Lipschitz, who said that "because of the profound significance oi this dinner to Beth Torah and to Israel. I deem it a privilege to assume the role of chairman." Serving as COchairman will he Irving Newman Congregation president Is Richard Sneider Under Dr. Lipschitz' chairmanship, the dinner is expected to lu one of the highlights on the calendar of Jewish community efforts this fall. Iii his five years as spiritual leader oi Congregation Beth Torah. Rabbi Lipschitz hamade a profound impact on the entire communitj Not only his own congregation, but the whole community has learned that Rabbi Lipschitz has a deep love and concern lor his fellow uman beings. He preaches broth illy hue. and he practiceit Rabbi Lipschitz came to \ from Madison, Wis., when' he I l the pulpit ol ation Tot h for 12 yc irs This Miner, he return, d to Madison wiurc he received the first Doctor i Philosoph) degree to be aw ard ed bj the Universitj ol Wisconsin's Department ol Hebrew and S mitic studies, He had begun his work towards tin degree while spiritual leader oi the Madison rogation. He attended class) l r four years and devoted three years to writing his thesis, which is the rsl comprehensive stud} written in English on Hassidim. Newly-developed Picturephone is used by the B nai B'rilh Youth Organization to make a face-to-face presentation across 900 miles. Sam Beber (on screen), founder oi Ah h Zadft i Aleph, boys' division of BBYO, is awarded a special anniversary menorah by current International AZA I esider.! TH E Steven Morrison. Beber viewed the menoiah In 0 *' while Morrison was in Washington. D.C. M *on* %  larht, tfldn hrae! Immigrants in Big Ruckus on Ship %  HAROLD GOLDSTEIN during past years. He is currently guidance director at Olsen Junior High School. Dania. Fla. Goldstein will begin at Beth Sholem on Sept. 1. Doctors in Annual Meet Animal meeting Of Cedars ot Lebanon Hospital medical staff is scheduled for Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.. at the hospital auditorium, it was announce.I by Dr. Max Pepper, chief of staff. %  Convenient ECORD FILE FOR AIL YOUR PERSONAL PAPERS AVAILABLE WITHOUT COST jAt loma at supply it wait a hit! New Rabbi At Lake Worth Rabbi Kmanuel Eisenberg, formerly ol Fort Dodge, la., has accepted the post of spiritual leadir of Temple Beth Sholoni in Lake Worth. A native of Austria. Rabbi Eisenberg went to Israel in 1939 and received his rabbinical degree HI Jerusalem. Rabbi Eisenberg also has a rabbinical degree from the Sanheder Harazanim of New York. He is active in civic affairs in his former posts, where he was a member of the Kiwanis and Elks. Rabbi Eisenberg will live in Lake Worth with his wife, Anne, and young son, Harry. Continued from Page 1-A considering means ol avoid r, | -uch incidents in the future One Cabinet Minister, who recent iy traveled aboard an immi ship, praised the devotk n and patience ol Jewish Agencj emis saries accompanying the newcomers The Cabinet also heard a report by Prime Minister Lcvi Eshkol on the details of the United Stati Israel desalination project ment. He said the matter of the project's financing had not been raised by the American members of the joint team of experts. He 9tressed that the matter would be discussed only atter the experts submitted their plans to their respective governments Mr. Eshkol also announced the appointment of Mai. Gen. Zvi Tsur. Israel's former Chief of Staff, as the project's coordinator. At the present stage, the project %  ler > ie direction i I icr's office Emanuel Gordon 1877 1946 Hjrry Gc" 1903-1964 AC \ l M. i To Be T -.. Tha -. 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Page 14-B *Jeist fkridfiaw Friday. August 22 A Rabbi Views Jewish Life in Latin America By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Ptaeui Gabel. a German ar.d president of his conn in Caracas, has a MikBUtuiariuai I in his home, a most jihenominal and rare tact. It 1th>example of extreme pittj, which -tanas out so cleany, considering the drnt which many have been taking in Latin America away from Judaism. Wherever one goes, he the overwhelming influence Of -.he United states. The mom.uu board the Yiasa Air Lines and pick up an English edition ot the Venezuelan newspaper, you see such lamiliar editorialists as Roscoe Drumond and David Lawrence. The comic pa-e features Dick Tracy and Little Orphan Annie. The wornpage, until the Presidents assassination, featured the Jacqueline Kennedy hairdo and pill b \ hats. Riding down the glamorous Avenida Abraham Lincoln, which compares favorably with Lincoln Road or Fifth Avenue in York, you pass the General Eli Line buildinu and the Philco building, with their latest electronic appliances beautifully displayed. You -ee full page ads or giant savings at lamous American name department .-tOP And yet, despite this strong influence, the people nourish a Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation, offers his views on Latin American Jewish communities gleaned c'unng a trip there last year. IIV KOGAH When your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calls When your family celebrate* a i tcenth birthday, announ an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home, your Welcome Wagon Hustesi will c.iil with a basket of giits...and friendly greetings from the religious and business lcade our community .;._ resentment against the United States. The tint reaction which seems to be a case of "biting the hand that feeds you"' quickly ladewhen you -peak with the people. You learn, for example, that hardly an American Ambas ; ador speaks Spanish, and any public remarks are made through interpreters. And so, rather than a promoter of good will, the ambassador is otten a source of irritation. Jews of Maracaibo The Jewish population of Maracaibo. Venezuela, numbers less than a thousand, with most of the Jews in the retail merchandi-ing business. There is no shochet (ritual slaughterer) in the city Meats and poultries are flown in from Caracas. The one synagogue they have, which is Orthodox, is housed in a beautiful edifice dedicated not too long ago. The building, known as Scciadad Israelita, serves as a -ocial center, and includes beautiful meeting rooms, an outc'ocr swimming pool, an outdoor theatre, and a patio for outdoor events Adjoining the building is the Bailik—Hertz Collcgio, n hich serves as the community's Jewish school. The school, built and maintained by the Jewish community, offers a tull day program, including a broad general education, plus a limited Jewish education, such as Hebrew customs and history. The secular department is recognized by the government and staffed by governmi nt-lice: ed personnel. The Kogan Specks At Emanu-EI 49'ers Function Z.-\ W Ki gan, Miami Beach attorney, was guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Temple Emanu El 19'ers, according to IrvSchatzman, pnesident. A native-born Israeli, Kogan v ..a member of the Haganah and Dae of the leaders of the Maccabee sport organization. A graduate of the Hebrew Gymnasium of Herzlia. he received the Bachelor of Law degree from the School of Law and Economics of Tel Aviv and the Doctor of Law degree at the University of Droit. Lyons, France. Kogan also holds the Master of International Affairs and Master of Russian degrees of Columbia University and an LLB degree at the University of Miami. He is a member of the Florida Bar. As a lecturer, he has spoken on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Bonds for Israel. Zionist Organization and Jewish National Fund. He \\a> originator of the for the establishment of Me .: mi's twin city in Israel. II' it for the Temple Emanu-EI Irving Schanker, \ ic %  • nt. Man n -pear. im ol -. accompanii he pian'i b) Aida Ya-lo. Temple Sinai Installation Set Newly-elected officers and Board of Trustees of Temple Sinai will be installed on Saturday evening at the Balmoral Hotel. The 7 p.m. ceremony will be conducted by Dade County Commissioner Harold A. Greene and Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy Hebrew e'epartment is staffed b\ teachers from Israel The School ha200 some children with (:„--.from kindergarten through sixth made. Caracas, the capital of Vene zuela. with over a million population, h..a Jewish population of 15,000, of which ten thou-aril are Ashkenazim. or Eastern Europeans, and the remainder Sephardic. or Jews from Mediterranean countries, including Spain. North Africa, Italy and Turkey The tact that there is little contact or love between these two groups can best be illustrated by the following: Five Synagogues I asked one of the Jews in Caracas how many Jews there were in the city. The man said there are ten-thousand. I then asked if among these there were many Sephardic, to which the man replied. "Oh. if you figure the Sephardic group, we have fifteen thousand Jews." The community has two kosher butchers. One of these. Sr. Kit in. has just enrolled his daughter at the Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach, fled Hungary during the uprising in 1956. and madhis way to Venezuela. The city has live synagogues, all Orthodox, including one Sephar die synagogue. The architecture, as well as the interior ot the -ynaaogues. show the Spanish-Moorish influence, w h l c h seemto be predominant everywhere. The synagogues are patterned after the Spanish tradition, including the form of the When the eccasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 Reveal Symphony Auditions Mrs Albert Pick, president of the South Florida Youth Symj phony, has announced auditions at 555 NW 152nd St., Sunday, l to ) 3:30 p.m. Auditions will also be held on Sunday. Sept. 5. Carmen Nappo is conductor. -ervices. as well as the unique ( istoms Which are practiced within the synagogue The education ol the Jewish children is ntrated in the "Colegio Moral y Lucas, Hertzl-Bialik' which hafifteen-hundred Jewish children. The school has a secular, as well as a Jewish program on both the elementary and high school levels. The city ot Bogota, which is the capital of Colombia, has a Jewish population of six-thousand, about four-thousand of whom are Ashkenazim. They have a similar type of school as in Caracas, including elementary and high school, with an enrollment ot six hundred Jewish students. They have lour synagogues, all Orthodox, one of which is Sephardic. and patterned after Spanish Moorish architecture. They have one ritual slaughterer who serves the needs of the community There are Jewish colonies in various dispersed cities and towns throughout the country, many of which are situated high in the Andes Mountains, Early Colonization One of the most fascinating aspects of my visit was my contact with the history ol the early Jewish colonization ol these countries. This contact began one morning when I visited the Union Israelite Sociadad Jewish community centt r in Caracas. I learned from a Dr, Wiesentit-Id. vice presidi nl ol the Jew ish conununitj, of I i urrent plans to build a beautiful new 1* structure to house the v*_>| and the center, it ... m „.*|}l er strange to mt "9 beautiful and J which they now -hould be thibuild yet a biggi I a-ked what the i eed ,,'/ a private school program when public edui • and when Jewish studii ., very small part ol •• cational program in *\ ing this with Dr \\. and with Prof. Abraham m^ publisher of the weekh .^ paper. "Semanario Veneiaiast" as well as with other coi :umi,l leaders, I discovered ., n ..l ing thing Jack Sandier Honored Jack Sandier, general i .i ol Radio Station WQA.M a. -e„.f bers of his staff were honored bj Variety Club at a testimocul fly rer Tuesday at Kintry Club. Art Institute Show Art Institute of Miami ] -or a show of the workif loeail artists on Saturday and Sundajl at the home of Dr and Mrs Hill lard Gold, 700 Lakev, [>.[ Miami Beach, from 1 t' p. ra | Public is invited. Social Work Counselor Mrs Florence S. Sincla locall social worker, has annou; | opening of her office lor in ol marriage, parent j personal adjustment probl -I -••aboard Life Medic. \ ir.g at 1451 North Bayshi WEDR-FM fUt.l O.V YOI It IH.it. THE ONLY RADIO STATION IN MIAMI FEATURING DAILY JEWISH PROGRAMS BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST (IN ENGLISH) MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M. SUNDAY 12:30-2:30 REUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. CLUB NEWS, TRADITIONAL MUSIC, AND GOOD CONVERSATION JACOB SCHACTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM MONDAY-FRIDAY 11-12 A.M. SUNDAY 3:15-4:15 P.M. THE ORIGINAL YIDDISH RADIO PROGRAM FOR OVER 30 YEARS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY 12 NOON LISTEN TODAY WEDR-FM 99.1 Q\ T 1 Of H MAL


it 28. 1964
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fty't&YtYfE SCHINDLER
Psychiatrist Sees Singing Good for the Sod
Stride (I 0 w n
the avenue, in
fir company of
friends and liijzh
spirits, and litt
v 0 u i- voice in
song to the heav-
ens. If the a\i
I via Vcneto in Rome.
,i have a diploma
-trilling coach. If it
>treet in America,
have a diploma from
[lioihood psychiatrist,
[ce thi> polarity of re-
unites the Latin and
it:nude toward life in
ding to Dr. Edmund
a member of a Scnh-
-h family who former-
I m Italy and now
Inline in .Miami, he is
isition for making
\le for Expression
ticing psychi i
performing opera
,- uniquely qualified
ments But Dr.
b rather help people
e their self imposed
[than make judgments,
anj good Italian worth
; (hnils. he just plain
sing
Jji i- the opposite of my
|\\Iik-|! demands self-con
restraint and emotional
hi.nl said Dr. Cava.
k- complements my work.
fa vehicle for expression,
ease. Through music I
put my feelings"
DR. IDMUND CAVA
happy discovery
Dr. Cava Is a tenor with the
Miami Opera Co., which was
founded by Dr. Arturo di Filippi.
His first opera was in 1%0. when
he appeared in "Rigoletto." He
has done "La Traviata" and
"Andrea Chenier" in a concert
performance. And he has been
si ging regularly ever since.
"My musical instruction has
been absorbed rather than learn-
ed,'' said Dr. Cava. "When I
was in the Air Force and station-
ed in Germany. I became friend-
ly with an Italian composer who
had once conducted for Caruso.
He gave me many suggestions
and helped me improve my voice.
Also. Dr. Paul Csonka. the great
conductor from Cuba, who is
now with the Miami Opera Co..
has been teaching me. I was
never sure I had a voice until
the last five years. And, of
course, speaking Italian. Span-
ish and French has been useful
in learning parts easily."
Growing Sophistication
Dr. Cava feels that Miami is
growing up fast musically, Now
the audience is more sophisticat-
ed and sensitive to music. And
the muic being produced has
n in discipline and caliber.
Paul Csonka makes the chorus
- und goo I an I ,i good chorus
makes an opera.
The .. tithesi oi the anli hero
made l irhionable in Italian
films, Dr. Cava applied his lucid
blue eyes, his positive thinking
and his bon vivant personality
to examining music in modern
society.
"I think the outflow of music
is comparable to a spectrum of
colors," he said. "Music means
different things to different peo-
ple, it lends itself to interpre-
tation, to subjective response on
the part of the listener. Out of
the emanations ol the orchestra
and his own life experiences, the
listener constructs a new inner
experience. While music is a
means of communication it is a
vague and nebulous form, sub
jeel to deflection on its course
from the performer to the re
ceiver."
Relaxed Atmosphere
Possibly due to his Italian
roots. Dr. Cava finds the man-
ners and personality of life in
sunny Miami most preferable
He likes the informal living and
dressing, the relaxed atmos-
phere. His family, which con-
sists of his parent.-, who are both
physTciarrsTanU hfs T5rorn"er"^er\>
forced to fiee the Italian Riviera
town of Genoa which was then-
home during the Mussolini era
His parent- licenses were re-
voked, ami school was prohibit-
ed ta him and his brother. While
the Cava- found little animosity
in the Italian pc/le. neverthv
less the anti-Semitic laws were
on the l-.auks and observed. He
n members the terror of the
Italian-Jewish community and
their looking to the Vatican lor
support and protection. And lie
remembers the Pope's apathy
Life in America offers many
compensations, and there are
many good laws on the books
Is there a law. one wonders,
against freely lifting one's voice
in song? Surely not. Sadly, one
realizes that this is a home-made
restriction, self-imposed, self
defeating. It's time to write it
off: this advice, from the singei
and the psychiatrist.
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;cl Feels Nik Won't Urge Arab Tiff
iJTA) Prime
; I shkol told Israel's
But tin- week tli.it there
kuiul- lor hoping that Sov-
lier Khrushchev would not
Ic the Arabs to resort to
pi i against Israel's na-
i. ation project.
up a foreign policy de-
nccrmng his visit during
July to the United States
ice. the Premier said he
the Soviets also would
from supporting Arab
Resigned to prevent our
the waters we are en-
' from the Jordan River
project.
bty Group
(es Chieftain
in I'allot, chairman of
Beautification Committee.
need appointment of Ann
head of Feature Events j
Inc s. to handle "Down-
Iprovement" for 1964-65.
changes looked for are
Ira! baskets from light
removal of merchandise
and displays from door-
Itnting of new trees along
and possible rerouting
|c to open up extra pedes-
shopper's walkways.
He also asserted that Israel
coold not ignore the fact that
Khrushchev had proposed that
the principle of rejecting changes
by force in present territorial
boundaries should apply also to
the Middle East, including Israel.
The Premier made the state-
ments in reply to opposition par-
ty criticism of his description,
during his visit to the United
States, of some pro-Arab state-
ments made by Khrushchev dur-
ing a visit to Cairo last May, as
"moderate."
t'> continue to supply arms to the
Lrab countries.
He cited as another reason I >r
his statements on the matter dur-
ing his United states visit that
he did not want to be Involved ill
arousing any sharpening between
United States and Soviet rel itions
Replying to another criticism,
he said he had on various occa-
sions criticized the "Satanic
works" of the West German
scientists and technicians active
in the development of advanced
weapon* in Egypt. He added that
Premier Eshkol added, however.. the Israel Government was doing
that he had said he was appre- everything possible to persuade
hensive. and that he still was. the West German Government to
concerning the interpretations, prevent its scientists from helping
that the Arabs might give to the the Egyptians to perfect destruc
Soviet Premier's statements, par tive weapons for use against Is-
ticularly since he had promised rael. ____
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MR. R CHARD SNEIDER. President
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lay August 28, 1964 fJewist fhrkttan Page 5-A ^ Settlement Reached With Bnei Israel binate Council would agree to GoMlVOfer HffS 4flff-5emiffSnt strike out specific reference to the Bnei Israel from the heading WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen. Ihe Knesset also endorsed the pect of the marriage directives, of its marriage directives, thus Goldwater issued a statement this Governments position, calling on Ashkenazi, Chief Kaobi Isser Ye8 !" the directives general apweek deplo.mg ant.-Sem.t.sm m 1,1 ..nmunity are to be conthe Chief Rabbinate to find a way huda Unterman, meanwhile, voicplication and removing the cause the Soviet Union and cited the misJews in every respect. j 'o remove the discriminatory as-!ed confidence that the Chief Rabfor any feeling of discrimination, treatment of Soviet Jews. Continued from Page 1-A % ret • Everybody's talking Tempo! t HAS FAR MORE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL THAN IN PREVIOUS FILTER DESIGNS %  mv m (r:/> %  .• *".-A ivMtoXw RIGHT IN TASTE WITH THE TIMES %  Tempo lias a new kind of charcoal filter for a taste too good to miss! THE FIRST BONDED CHARCOAL FILTER* An exclusive process* firmly joins together hundreds and hundreds of activated charcoal granules in a new kind of filter... for a taste too good to miss. Tempo has a white ESTRON filter, too. A STATEMENT FROM THE MAKERS OF TEMPO No health claim is made for Tempo...only the promise of an easy draw and smoother taste than you have ever before experienced. Tempo is a product of R. J. Reynolds Tohacco Co., America's largest manufacturer of filter cigarettes. i Q\ltK.l (lErNOlCS T01ACC0 <-0t: N SJLtH.N C. Switch to Tempo...you'll stay for tlie flavor! % 



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Page 6-B *-Jewist flcridliiiin Friday, August 28. 1954 Nurses Graduate At Mount Sinai Graduation exerc:• the nt Sinai Ho>pital School of ". were held Wedjdaj evening in Louis E. WolfAuditorium The 44 graduates came the twenty-first clas to plete a course in Practical \urCC the school was : unded in 1951. Nationally and state accredited, the school, under the aegis and MHisorship of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital. maintains a faculty of seven, with Mrs Carmen Ross, director of pursing and nursing education, in charge, and Mrs. Adeline Haiduck • rving as assistant director. Leonard L. Abess. president of Mount Sinai Hospital, welcomed ie?t<. and Mrs. Carl Susskind. a \ ce president of the Women's Auxiliary, presided. Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount S nti. also greeted the graduates. Guest speaker for the evening .iMiss Vivian Culver, consult-1 to the Florida State Board of Nursing and author of "The Pract.cal Nurse—Textbook on Nurs ; Miss Culver was formerly executive secretary and educan.il consultant lor the North %  irolina Board of Nursing Registration and Nursing Education, ntly residing in Win.'ark. Mrs. Murray Kern also a vice esident of the Auxiliary, presi nted awards to the following students Miss Nancy Bennett. Miss Judith Cole. Mi.-Nancy I reen. Miss Roberta Javer. Miss .id'leen Jayson, Mrs. Dorothy J saes. Miss Sharon Lewis. Mrs. retha McKinney, Mrs. Dolores Mrs. Edith Stelts, Miss Suzanne Wells and Miss Judith 1 -t Mrs ROSS and Mrs Haiduck esented diplomas and pins to graduates and Nightie mps 'Acre lit by the facultv Family Assembly at Emanu-EI Set for Sunday ..... 1 1. .. Tkm-n nlaCCOW HTo I >\ Famil> Assemnly for parents and children will be held on Sun day, 10 a m • in ,hc m; n sant tuarj of Temple Kmanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrman, -!>""ituat leader, will welcome the assem My. The world-famous magician, (he Amazing Maurice, will also appear on the program and tie North Branch Building at 77th St. and Dickens Ave. An accelerated all-day kinder garten class has been introduced, iii addition to the half-day kinder garten, to enrich and broaden the development oj the 5-year-old. The Elementary Department offera general studies and Hebraic program lor grades 1 through 4. These classes are held in th 5 North Branch Building Daily Religious and Sunday School are held in both building*. The Confirmation Department, for 7th. 8th ^nd 9th grades, will continue itSunday morning program at the Nortn Branch Building. The assembly is open to all parent-, children and friends and 11 *i kVJBa-ajvill*. markthe official opening of the Re$erVClTlOnS UD AT IViar5eilieS Religious School. The Solomon Schechter Day School the only school based upon the Conservative philosophy in the southern section of the United States, is geared to meet the needs of the entire Jewish community. Nursery school classes are held in both buildings. 1701 Washington Ave.. Edythe Schindler, feature writer for The Jewish Floridian, is published in the current issue of "American Judaism" in an article entitled "A Cold Day in Miami," along with such noted authors as Isaac Bashevis-Singer. Mrs. Schindler won the 1964 Florida Penwoman's Award. Miamians Attend Atlantic Univ. sidents of Dade County will ake up about 15 per cent of the ster 01 Florida Atlantic University's charter class, according to listing of applicants who have 1 c ady been accepted. Local students enrolled for the I. II -emestcr arc David Manuel Bacliman. Phyllis Marie Boros, Charles Wallace Dodge, Allan Michael Kosofsky, all of Miami; Robert Louis Baum, Jeffrey Feldrran, Jerry Gunther Goldsmith. Miami Beach; Mrs. Pauline Fortran, So. Miami. Florida Atlantic University, newesl in the state university systm is -et to begin classes Sept 8 on a S5 million. 1.200-acre c mpus in Boca Raton. AhavafShalom Services Slated For Sixth Year Ahavat Shalom Congregation "ill hold its sixth consecutive High Holy Day Servicestarting Sunday evening, Sept. 6. at the airCOnditioned Masonic Hall. 1025 SW 67th Ave W. Miami Holiday liturgy will be chanted by Cantor Israel Kershner. assisted by David Grossman and Morris Barr. Membership in the congrcgainciudes tuition for Sunday and Hebrew Schools. Although the congregation moved into the new Temple at 955 SW (.7th Ave last year, the seating capacity has been expanded 50 per cent, and the classrooms doubled. The building is used daily lor morning services during remodeling. Habers Welcome New Grandson Mr. and Mrs. Saul (Sherle) Haber, of 9102 W. Bay Harbor Dr.. are the proud grandparents of a grandson. Samuel Brian, born on Aug. 24. He Itin son of Dr. and Mrs. Julian Haber. of San Antonio. Tex., where Dr Haber serves as ;, captain in the Air Force there. Dr Haber Is a graduate in pediatrics from the University of Miami Medical School and intern eel at Mt. Sinai Hospital on Miami Beach. Marseilles Hotel. l"4i Collins Ave.. on the oceanlront in the Lin com Mall area, this week announced the piling up of reservations for High Holy days through Sept. 17 at the hotel. The Marseilles has a synagogue on its premises. Owners and managers. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Resnick, have announced that a leading member of the Greater Miami Cantors Association has been engaged to officiate during the holidays The Marseilles inoted as a kosher resort hotel In addition to the kosher menu supervised and prepared by a full-time mashgiach. featured are a free 21-ir television set in every room an! salt and fat-free diets for desiring them.—S.T. Temple Sinai School to Open Temple Sinai's Nursery ani Kindergarten program will -tart on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Staff of qualified teachers, headed by Mrs Yvette Co assisted by Mrs. Frances lleiliij and Mrs. Morton Maisel, has been -elected to conduct the program Registration in the pre program 1still open An Affair to 11 emembet Miss Zipp featured Edith Zipp. fashion editor of '! uJewi-h Floridian, is featured in a color photograph display in 1 1weekedition of Life MagaBeach Lodge Restates Lunches For New Season Gershon Miller. Miami Beach attorney, has resumed the chairmanship of the weekly luncheon meetings of the Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith, President Gerald Schwartz announced. The sessions, open to all men and women members of B"nai B'rith from throughout Florida and the nation, are held Tuesday at noon at the DiLido Hotel. 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Page 4-B f'Jenist Fkridlirtr Friday. August 23 1984 President Truman (second from right) in a yarmulke at a bagels-and-lox congregation breakfast in Kansas City, Mo. Israel High Court Approves Civil Marriages Abroad JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israel Supreme Court, in a precedent-establishing decision, recognized civil marriages performed abroad as contracts that cannot be unilaterally revoked. Previously, civil marriages were viewed ;ivalid only for the purpose of financial claims. The decision came in a divorce ease appealed from the Supreme Rabbinical Court. The rabbinical decision had permitted the husband to divorce his first wife without her consent and marry another woman because the fir~t marriage was civil. The chief rabbis had furthermore ordered the wife to accept the divorce. On an appeal of this decision by the wife, the Supreme Court unanimously voted to restrain the chief rabbis from approving the remarriage. Noting that, although it was incompetent to qua-h a rabbinical court judgment, the Supreme Court stated that it was competent to declare that such a marriage would constitute bigamy under secular law. Justice Silberg further observed that. had the Court decided otherwise in the case, Israel would become a haven for any Jew wishing to free himself from a civil marriage that had become irksome. Rabbi Baumgard on TV Rabbi Herbert II. Baumgard, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am, and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assoc, will appear on Ch. 7 this Sunday morn-' ing. 10 a.m., on 'The Still Small Voice." Questions concerning the holidays of Rosh Hash.ona and Vom Kippur and the historical background of the holidays, as well as their present religious meaning, will be discussed. Zena Posever to Teach Zena Posever, Miami Beach artist, will teach a clas in -culpture at Miami-Dade Junior College this fall. The non-credit course for adults, one of many new offerings by the college's Department of Continuing Education, will meet Tuesday nights from 7 to 10 p.m.. beginning Sept. 1. Harry Truman and His Tie to Jews By Special Report From George Washington to Ijrndon B. Johnson, no President of the United states will rate in a history of Judcophobes —but Harry S. Truman is thus far the only one to sport a yarmulke or "read" a Yiddish newspaper. Rulers unfriendly to Jewhave abounded in nearly every land of substantial Jewish settlement A notable exception is the United States, and it says something for Americas democratic heritage that the American people have never elected to the Presidency a man committed to anti-Jewish sentiment. Ever since the days of George Washington—who. as commander-in-chief of the Revolutionary forces, was treated to a kosher meal at the home of Michael Hart in Easton, Pa., and later, as President, assured the Jews of Savannah. Ga.. of his hope that American Jewry would benefit from the new nation's spirit of liberality and philanthropy ... in proportion as it .-hall become still more extensive"—friendship and respect have characterized the personal relations between American Presidents and Jewish citizens. Only twentieth century Presidents, however, have numbered Jews amone their intimates—as Franklin D. Roosevelt did in the case of Samuel Rosenman and Harry S. Truman in the case of Eddie Jacobson. No one of Presidential rank has ever demonstrated a more cordial sympathy for Jews and Jewish causes than the man from Independence. Mo., and this can be documented from the files of the American Jewish Archives on the Cincinnati campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Harry Truman, who recently turned eighty, will live in Jewish history for his unhesitating recognition of the State of Israel ten minutes after its birth, for his indignant excoriation of "the offensive treatment accorded the Jewish people here and elsewhere." and for his willingness to challenge even the Ecumenical Council in Rome: "Even at the Vatican, where historic reforms are under consideration, the problem of anti-Semitism had to be tabled for lack of agreement." Jewish history will long remember and revere Mr. Truman for the tonic decisiveness and uncommon outspokenness with which he has consistently espoused Jewish hopes in this Atomic age. The inevitably rarified heights of Jewish history are one thing; the brimming affection in Jewish hearts is of a different order. Jewish hearts will esteem and value with a special fond•' Harry Truman of conJe< ish This is the i: "bo nas the Man ol the Century" : Organizawho gladly donned a mulke to attend a congregational breakfast in Kansas City and who poser!, twinkle-eyed, with a Yidd:-h nev spaper at the outset of the Kennedy Administration. The picture collection of the American Jewish Archives includes two photographs. One of them shows a croup of Yarmulkc-topped gentlemen enjoying a feast of bagels and other "milchige" delicacies, including a relaxed Harry Truman, looking for all the world like the President—of the congregation The other Mr. Truman farcing U p cilly from a •-n Own tainting in Yiddish • ;-; Pn E i >rn i:i Today as dent." Below the headline ap. pear the familiar featur-. 0 f President John F. Kenned) and Vice President Lyndon B. John. son. The photo era ph is the only one ever to brin. holders of the Presidential together — under Jewish spices These pictures are oni lrom the extensive picture col. lection to be found at the American Jewish Archives. Dr u cob R, Marcus is the Director :' the Archives. Beth David Youth Shine at Institute The only Gef ilte Fish my mother recommends is (Who should know better?) Now you can get Mother's gefilte fish in cans-with that "special" homemade taste and texture. Mother's uses only the plumpest, juiciest, icy-lake fish ... perfectly blended, subtly spiced and slowly' simmered to the peak of old-fashioned goodness. 5 home style portions in each can. Also in glass jars, in three popular varieties. Jar or can, it's the favorite festive dish to serve for the High Holy Days. KOSHER PAREVE from tht ipe!'t kltchtnt o Mother"! food Product!, Inc., Ntwtrk 5, Nt* Jtruy. NEW! IN CANS %  %  Jimmy and Steve Dresnick. Nora K-eldman. Robbin Lundy. Jeffrey Ram. Larry Stein. 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Page 10-A ••Jew ist fkniM a n Friday. August 23 Congregation B'nai Raphael is Platu^ Groundbreaking Fete For New Facilih C nsreaation B'nai Raphael, un and social hall Congregation B'nai Raphael, unand racial ball, will der ihleadership <>f Rabbi liar itructed as to old Richter, i> mm expanding its ,.,,,.,„_ „_,. |).:n.sinn and ;i< %  facilities t<> include i new school "" %  %  wm building and enlargement of its ,( re Classrooms V .. present sanctuarj {* %  *?* n %  74.; for 1964 il having made "• n l,n! ncerning the :-diplomat'remarks in the no ti-Jew .-l; remarks linm r part) held at the home : an Arab i.'-t I ch I schvig, pre-i• the Federation of S -h Communities, who heard Kconomist <•: London, along with accusation that he was linked the unhindered activities in tzerland of Egyptian munitionmerchant Khanui Hassan It was noted here that Serra has oi.iv resigned from his current Incident from one of the ;*'-t. and it is believed likely that • iat the dinner attended by .-• rra had lodged a strong pro test to Swiss Foreign Mini-ter Bdrich Wahlen some time ago. Among the remarks attributed to Mr. Serra, which Kave not been denied by the Swiss diplomat, are accusations that the Jews represent an "international conspiracy" and trt responhe will soon be appointed to a hi^h-ranking po-t at the Swiss Embassy in an important foreign country Expressing -shock and surprise" at the resignation, a number of Sui-> new-papers asserted that Scrra's remarks were merely a lack of precaution" and charged the Swiss Zionist movement with Beth Raphael Congregation 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE INVITES 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 SAPERO, Prei. RALPH KRIECER. fee CANTOR MOE EPSTEIN KABBI SIMON APRfl de E ca —t£ •• sible for the current critical taking advantage of the -ituaJohn Birch Society We'ghs Democratic Element in Israel TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN \l w YORK JTA. — The [sra< 1 is 50 t" TO per cent r Communist influence ac cording to the John Birch Society's re board," published in the • it.put licaAmerican Opinion." Bj same yarastick, the rightthat the fritted is in the 50 to 70 per isl control i V' %  '!-: el's m Syria isted ai munist m '. %  n i100 !'• %  • ci ni un m muni si control; Egypt is i 80 to inon and Saudi Arabia B per cent r i n munisl (ontrol. • %  i to 10 per i ''nt The Israel "soore" increased Ly lo per cent from the i958 Birchite appraisal because of Israel's alleged failure to deal sternly >viel e-pionage scandals, the probably permanent retirement of (David) Ben Gunon from political life," and Israel's toleraif not encouragement of "race in Africa. 1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE NORTH MIAMI BEACH RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN CANTOR MAURICE NEU and CHOW \ JOSEPH LIEDMAN, President [k 3 IU i a It in v e Hi h ;i It NURSERY thru CONFIRMATION ADULT COURSES JR. CONGREGATION YOUTH CLUBS SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES 8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Sermon 10:30 A.M. Seats Available to Non-Members Torah Players Scheduled Petite ( bapeaua Bon I ical -kit directed by Mrs Mae mark, will be pr< sentt d by i irah Players at a meeting ol TOrafa Group oi Hadassah on MOT • at Pythian Hall, W ler St NORTH MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO A Torah Dedication Service Saturday Night, Aug. 29, at 9 FOLLOWED BY SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT w % > > % •x, TEMPLE SINAI ONLY REFORM TEMPLE IN WE NORTH DADE AREA DANIEL M. LOWY Rabbi Phone PL 4-0681 CHIT GAlf. Qatar IRVING JAC0BS0N, fducoti.n Direetar NOW ACCEPTING MEMBERSHIP AND REGISTRATION FOR THE NEW YEAR A Ticket Will Be Required for Any Portion of the Holiday Service DAILY NURSEPY *nd KINDERGARTEN • SUNDAY SCHOOL through CONFIRMATION • HEBREW SCHOOL • SPECIAL HEBREW INSTRUCTION in BAR and BAS MITZVAH • SISTERHOOD • BROTHERHOOD • YOUTH CROUPS • ADUIT EDUCATION • SOCIAL *nd CULTURAL PROGRAMS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL TEMPLE OFFICE 1480 N.E. 123rd Street, North Miami, Fla. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM 2901 WEST FLAG.ER ST. MIAMI Auxiliary Services of Temple Zamora TO ACCOMMODATE OVERFLOW ATTENDANCE OF HIGH HOLY DAY WORSHIPPERS. FREE SUPERVISED NURSERY. CALL NOW FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS. AtfMBfffJH/P AND NONMtMBlRS INVIT10 HI 8-7132 REGISTRATION FOR HEBREW SCHOOL NOW IN PROGRESS.



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Page 10-A fjmist fhridican Friday. August 23, 1964 Congregation B'nai Raphael is Planning Groundbreaking Fete For New Facility i 'i negation B'nai Raphael, unii leadership of Rabbi Harold Richter, inow expanding its %  es to include a new -chool building . conitructed a> to allow for future expansion and addition of seven more classrooms N< v desl storspace and book cases ill also be installed. Sanctuarj refurbishing iU include a modern interior with paneled wafLt, stained glass windows bi hind the enlarged altar, %  rustical ceilings, new air-condi luning and sound systems United Fund Unit Names Executive Kr.eseth kreel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave., will feature a Hiah Holiday Choir composed of children fi<">m the community. Bottom row left to riaht' ere John Uller, Allan Seii. Howard Seii and ludd Zisquith. Back row fleft to right) are Gary Morowitz, Robert Greenberg, Jimmie Reznekowitz, Jacob Weiss, and Allen Sloane. Standing in the rear are Cantor Abraham Seif and Rabbi David Lehrfield. Swiss Press Favors Official's Slur NEVA — JTAI — The Swiss J risk community wa> viewing with growing concern here mount. i evidence of an anti-Semitic i-ampaie: allegedly inspired by the S".-rnment. The Dents the ^nation la-t weekend of Euenane S 'ocol the i iaa E • %  ign Mini : having made mber I I %  si 11 : world situation. Mr. Serra, a member of the Swiss foreign service for 20 years, is also reported to have warned Christians against "the Jewish danger," and to have charged that the Jews have no right to Israel. Si: ra's resignation I cent report c. Qcerning the -> diplomat's remarks in the Richard A. Weather ley, of South Bend. Ind.. has been named administrative executive of United Fund's Health Foundation of Dide County, formerly known as the Medical Research and Health Services Foundation. Weather ley's appointment was announced by Dr. Julius Alex ander, Foundation nresident. i The 28-yrar-old administrative executive formerly was directjf of community services of SI. J,stion." Some papers charged that eph County. Inc. the entire affair was a put-up job. Dr Alexander sijd ,„,, Weafh and that the resignation was due erU/ wi „ goide he operaflon to %  underhand lobbying."' of United Fund's newest health agency which was incorpv-ited August, 1943. ', he Foundation was foned as a central co-ordinating agency to bring -even United Fund-Supported health and medical r< search agencies under one jurisdic.ion. Agencies now in the FOJ .Jation are Visiting Nurse Association, Association for Child Guidance; Clinics. Retarded Children's 9 .ciety, Mental Health Society. Hearing and speech Center, Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institul %  and Muscular Dystrophy Society Or Alexander said the "iited Fund has allocated to the Foundation and :tseven agencii |254,746 for 1964 ^^AA^^^^^^^^^A^A^^^^^^^^^A^^^^^^A^A^^/vvWWW^V^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 1 ^^^^'**^^^^ me Economist of London, along with sation that he was linked I Dr nschvig if :he Federation of Swiss Commur.it.ew no heard incident frcm one of the Us .t the dinner attended by the unhindered activities in S itierland of Egyptian munitions merchant Khamil Hassan It was noted here that Serra has only resigned from his current pest, and it is believed likely that he will soon be appointed to a a. had lodged a strong prohigh-ranking post at the Swiss in an important foreign s ;-. Foreign Minister } r.ednch Wahlen some time ago. Among the remarks attributed to Mr. Serra, which Have not been denied by the Swiss diplomat, are accusations that the Jews represent an "international conspiracy" and are responsible for the current critical Embassy country Expressing "shock and surprise" at the resignation, a number of Swiss newspapers asserted that Serra's. remarks were merely a "lack of precaution" and charged the Swiss Zionist movement with •taking advantage of the situaBeth Raphael Congregation 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE INVITES 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 SAPERO, Pres. RALPH KRIECER, Se. CANTOR MOE EPSTEIN RABBI SIMON APRIL VMMMMM John Birch Society Weighs Democratic Element in Israel NEW YORK JTAi — The St • %  • of Israel is 30 to 70 per cent r Communist influence, acling to the John Birch Society's board.' published in the i August its publicaAmericn Opinion"' By istick, the rightthat the I'.nited Stati • i, :in the 50 to 70 per %  • • mist control i I .-• %  i .>100 per cent under % %  mist Yemen ii per cent unI I I per cent Lebanon and Saudi Arabia per cent %  :i it 20 The Israel "score" increased ty 10 per cent from the 1958 Birchiie appraisal because of Israel's alleged failure to deal sternly tfa Soviet espionage scandals. probably permanent retire• of i David i Ben-Gurion from tical life," and Israel's toleraif not encouragement of "race In Africa. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE NORTH MIAMI BEACH RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN CANTOR MAURICE NEU and CHCIR JOSEPH LIEDMAN, President NURSERY thru CONFIRMATION ADULT COURSES JR. CONGREGATION YOUTH CLUBS SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES 8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Sermon 10:30 A.M. Seats Available to Non-Members } } 1 J } Torah Players Scheduled "La Petite Cr.apeaux B"n I ical skit directed by Mrs be presented bj Torah Plavers at a meeting I fa Group of Hadassah on at P>thian Hall. YV ler St NORTH MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO A Torah Dedication Service Saturday Night, Aug. 29, at 9 FOLLOWED BY SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT TEMPLE SINAI ONLY REfORM TEMPLE IN IHi NORTH DADE AREA DANIEL M. LOWY Rabbi Phone PI 4-0681 CHET GALE. Canter IRVING JACOBS0N, ftlwcof/.n Director NOW ACCEPTING MEMBERSHIP AND REGISTRATION FOR THE NEW YEAR A Ticket Will Be Required for Any Portion of the Holiday Service OAIIY NURSERY id MNOERGAC'EN • SUNDAY SCHOOl through CONFIRI I % % i MATION • HEBREW SCHOOl • SPECIAL HEBREW INSTRUCTION in BAR jnd BAS MITZVAH • SISTERHOOD • BROTHERHOOD • YOUTH GROUPS • ADL.T EDUCATION • SOCIAL and CULTURAL PROGRAMS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL TEMPLE OFFICE 1480 N.E. 123rd Street, North Miami, Fla. 4 4 < < < < < 4 < HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM 2901 WEST FLAG'.ER ST. MIAMI Auxiliary Services of Temple Zanwa TO ACCOMMODATE OVERFLOW ATTENDANCE OF HIGH HOLY DAY WORSh'FPFP^ FREE SUPERVISED NURSERY. CALL NOW FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS HI 8-7132 MEMBERSHIP AND NONMEMBIRS INVIUD REGISTRATION FOR HEBREW SCHOOL NOW IN PROGRESS.



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August 28. 1964 "pJenisii fhrkttoun Page 3-/ F to! or Citi7ens Association of Miami Beach g-nts plaques to local dignitaries at a meetWashington Federal Savings and Loan -iation. Shown are Mrs Max Thurston Joseph Dube in presentation to Miami ih City Manager O. J. Pushkin; Mrs. Lena Bes and Mrs. Harry Stemple to Dr. Kermit j!es, director of the Department of Hos• Theodore Heller and Mrs. Amy Haber jde County Manager Irving McNayr; Mrs. Mintzes and Mrs. Harry Austrian to Dr. T. E. Cato. Health Department director; and Mrs. Mintzes and Mrs. June Fontanes, a gold life membership card to Vice Mayor Bernard Frank. The dignitaries wera honored for their cooperation in the realization of the South Shore Area Medical Center. Also honored with gold life membership cards were Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall and Commissioner Alex Gordon. 400 Students Go Back to School At Hebrew Acad. of the Hebrew Academy I ,pn to more than 400 stu-' I'on Monday, the first day new school semester. Louis per, president, announced. Dumber marks a more than • cent increase over last I record enrollment." Merr-said. bi Alexander S. Gross, prinf the Academy. h;is report |t this year the school will ^firallel classes on each grade. to fulfill the educational I Pof the student"and further lure the small class-load ifair Names Executive inl Mann has been electedicohtrolleiof Food Fair Stores. Inc,-iL wa announced by Louis Stein in Philadelphia, president, foilcrwjnii %  meeting of the Board of -Director.-. Mann joined the retail food chain in 1955 as man ager, corporate research and analysis department, and has been serving acontroller >ince 1!I58. which is one of the many outstanding features of the school." A special Hebrew Studies program for Junior High students who have had no previous Hebrew training will be continued for the second consecutive year. This is an accelerated Hebrew studies program with the ultimate aim to integrate the student into tlie regular Academy program. An additional nursery class for the three to three and a half yearcad age group will be inaugurated t'liyear. The experiment, exposing three-year-olds to a bilingual program, will be under the direction of Mrs. Marvin Schrieher. pro-school supervisor at the Hebrew Academy. Sam Peinhard and Oscar Mam ber, co-chairmen of the Board of Admissions, have stated that each child requesting admission to the school has been accepted. "The only criterion for admission to the Hebrew Academy is a Child's willingness and ability to learn." they said. In order to rivet he sudden increase in the student-body. Harry Genet, chairman of the Finance Committee, has been negotiating i for additional transportation faci lilies to accommodate students from every section of Dade County and as far as Hollywood. BB Council Here To Sponsor Big Training Seminar President F.li llurv.itz anrioun i this week thai the B'nai B'rith Council "f South Florida Lodges will -pons r a membership acquisition training seminar on Wednesday evening. 8 p.m.. at the Eden Roc Hotel. The 15 lodges will be represent ed by their presidents and Membership Committee chairmen and key workers. Council Membership Chairman Joseph B. Gorinstein in dicated that the major purpose of the seminar "is to plan the fall membership campaign in Dade and Broward Counties." District Grand Lodge No. 5 Membership Chairman Joseph H. Hanchrow, of Wilson, N.C., ,md District Executive Secretary Arnold D. Ellison, formerly of Miami, now of Atlanta, Ga., will conduct the seminar, aided by Supreme Lodge Regional Director Jack R. Glick and District President-Elect Sam Nieberg, both of Miami. "We have an ambitious membership acquistion campaign mapped out for this fall, and the Greater Miami area represents one of the most fertile fields for new members in our entire district. Aiming at a district quota ol 3,300 new members and 12 new lodges this year, we leel that South Florida can easily reach its assigned quota of 750 new members and two new lodges before December 31," Hanchow said. Spearheaded by Gink. Gorinstein and others, two new lodges are already in process of forma ARNOLD HifMM tion, ana all lodges ha\e aierteff their Membership Committees Sept. 2 meeting. Dr. Ziff Will Present Paper Dr. Sanford L. Ziff who was recently elected to fellowship in th Association of Contact Lens Pra> titioners, will attend the association's second international coi gress in London on Sept. 1 and 2 He will present a paper before the conference at the Piccadill Hotel, which will be submitted as an entry for the organization— Gold Medal Award. ppev "no ^wiatr yyi BETH DIN OFFICE IABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 if Year* laperienc* 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 -CALL p R 7-1411 M IIS ... provide ready cash for things you want or need ... college for your children, a new car, next year's vacation, retirement or emergencies. DADE FEDERAL helps you too, by adding liberal dividends quarterly at the current rate iff 4H% a year. DOLLARS LOANED DY OS .. can bring you the comforts and satisfaction of a home of your own. You'll like the advantages of a DADE FEDERAL home loan with its low cost, low rate, easy monthlypayment features. Why not stop in soon? Dade Federal Savings Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before September 21 wi'l ei.rn from the first. *vV"2fi Greater Miami's Largest Exterminator • Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE <& *4U*a*i XM*I** OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE I 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 6 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County Main Office: 101 East Raster St. Al!pttah Branch: 1400 N.W. 36th St. North Miami Branch: 12600 N.W. 7th Ave. Tamlami Branch. 1901 S.W. 8th St. Kendall Branch: U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St. Edison Center Branch: 5800 N.W. 7th Ave.



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% icry, August 28. 1964 1 +Jewisii FhridHictr Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICB > %  • I %  %  I si) I i the NOTICE 9V PUBLICATION „ 1M E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FEN/ENTH JCO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF .FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE rOUNTV. IN CHANCERY N ,640 8600 I V I'lalnlirr. INNETII BIER, SUIT FOR DIVORCE EXXKTH 181BR J|..(| SI .•.• %  •I iiv llutge 8 i-1-..i.l. New York :\M: 'Ml BIRR, are hen b> C '.',, ihHl II BUI "I Complaint for ,, has I — II Hied BgalOHl you. U | • ||| ..I In BITVI.1 ru|>> Answer or Pleading to thief complaint "ii the plaintiff's ,n.-v, RICHARD MORTON. ifUr. Siid Avenue, Miami, Florida. nil! lllr '•"•-. 'I AllsWcl or I'lead m Hi.of Ii i>f it"' Clerk .>f the i nit Court on >-i befoM the tlh day .-.. ].r. ruli.-r. i-'.l. If you fail l" il<> ment b\ default will lie taken llnat vou for the relief demanded %  tinBill of plaint. Mils notice "hall !>• iil>lishcd onue ili week for four cnnstcutlva weeks |TI it; .1 BWIS i PLORIDIAN. iNE AMORDERED at Miami, riiia, this ird da) of August, A.U. K I.I: v HERMAN, Clerk, cult Court, i •...!.County. Klm-uia |) By: E. II 1. AN WAV. i mty < 'lei k ?Ai:i> Ml >RToN I-:. 2nd \v. mi.' Fia.—PI. "-84H HI} Ii.!• 8 :-i-_ %  1 28 BY HENRY LEONARD vDAmtU HTHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT Irs AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID*IN PROBATE No. 64046-A IF: Estnti IKHECC \ S KIN -.-. .!<.-.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS ill i redltn ind -Ml Persona Havllalnis >•. %  manda Against frteld i r.' hei. .-. notified and re ti. present any claims ami dewhlch •>•• %  may have against HI :.. of REBECCA STEIN delate • •: Dade t'ounty, Florida, County Judges of Had.' CounI rile the Mime in duplicate and rlded In flection 7tt.lt, Florida 1*1.. in tl I office* In the Coungrthi Uw in Dade County. Floriii -i\ ralendar months from ,.r thfirst publication herei • .s in'will be Liu re.l. >-.: at Mia nl. Florida, this 4th I tugust, \.D. |M4. |PHIK 8TEIN ASTKACI1AK AlAeeutrlx publication of this notice on day of August, 1964. fH A FRIEDMAN f..r Ex itrtx i.-l.y Bull Una S/T-l t-2I-L-i / / "Then it's agreed. For the High Holidays all of us will wear simple white dresses, with no jewelry." CO.JI 1964. Oaycnw Piododioni LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 6899 THE WILL1AM>"BURGH SAVINGS RANK Plaintiff, CHARLES U SI'AIIKS. .t ux, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Charlee I.. Spark* and iva Mae Sparks, bis wife :*.lo Stevenson Street Jacksonville, Alabama Vim arli.'.liy notified that the above captloned action has been Instituted aaalnst you In the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit ol Florida in and for i>adiCounty to foreclose a mortunite upon the following described real property: Lot l Block ;'. CUTLER RIDGE SECTION THREE according to the l'Lit thereof, recorded In Plat Book R5 ;u Pace 88 "f the Public Records of Bade County, Florida. You are required to file your answer i" plaintiffs complaint with the clerk nf the aforesaid Court, and ssffve B i'"i> the'reof upon plalntlfrs attorney MARTIN FINK. I Ith l'l Dade Federal Building, Miami 32. Florida nol later than Sept. 82, 1964, ..Ia Degree l"r>> Confesso "ill be entered against you. Urtsd. August II, 1864. R. B, LBATHERMAN Cli rk >.f the Circuit Courl is.;ili By: HELEN KE88LER Deputy Clerk MARTIN PINK AttAi n. \ for l inintiff llili Kl.-.i n.i-iPederal Bile Ml urn 12, Plori.lu II 21 -28, :• l-n ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewis* nurkUart solicits your legal notice*). W appreciate) your patronage and guarantoo accurate service at legal rates ... Dial FK -1M5 lor messenger senrlc* LEGAL NOTICE j)TICE BV PUBLICATION IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IIDA IN AND FOR DADE )UNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8669 ASNfjMAK WIMITKN. Hai -II l.AUBA'.. W" :'N. Dei. i-..!nm SUIT FOR DIVORCE P'RAL W< -i 'TKN Kouth II -t St. Iladelphla) Pa. .Al'KM. WOOTEN, a'" IiI'll .i %  ii.i t a Hill of < "omplalnl ha been filed agalnsl |d you are required t" serve of your Answer or Pleading to ,.f Complaint on the Plainfttorno' ~ ESME.N ESSEN, p:m A II-'. •> Btllldlns;, Miami, [and fll.. the original Answer ln E in the office "f the Clerk It, mi -' irl mi ir before ihBf September, 1944. If ym fall induni-in by default "ill be {. r,.r the relief deEl the i11 of Complaint, stlce Mhall be published once bk !"• %  .-ii--. ,-nti\ %  •-. k> %  KWISH KLORIDIAN, UNI' ORDERED at .Miami, lliii day of August, A.D I.I: v i HERMAN, Clerk. niri '. le r,.urn \. Plorl'la B) E II LANWAY, i Clerk ESSEN i:si,il: f Complaint. %  hall be pabllahed once r foui i onaeeutl> • %  \vska isil PLORIDIAN. D ORDERBI) al Miami. SlSI day of July. A 11 H&A rHERMAN, Clerk. art. Dade County, Florida BN CAVANAQH, JI>eput> ('Ink ITNK : i:si.>rii;i: l: I 8/7-14-21-28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8732 MAVIS B. i HUNS Plaintiff. VS. Kl.' >YI> RI'SSELL COINS U-f.-mlant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: Kl.oYI' KI"SSI-:i.l. COINS Residence l-nknown. Y..U, KI.HYII itrssi:i.i. noiNS. sre hereby notified thai a BUI of Complain) for Divorce lias been filed against Vou, and vim are r.-i|iiireil to serve a copj of your answer "i pleading tn the Bill "f Complaint on the plaintlfCs attorney I R. Mayers, urn Congress Building, Miami. Kin., and t,. rile the original anawer <>r pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or bet the 8th day <>r September, 1914. if you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against >..u for the relief demanded in tiiBill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Pl.< "HUMAN. DON"! AM> ORDERED al Miami, PI a tliis Mil day nf August, A.D. IM4. i: B. I.BATHERM VN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Klorlda (seal) B' : B. H I VN'WAY. Deputy cu-rk 1. U. Mayers Attonie) ai Law I no Congi esa Kulldlng Miami. Put Ph. Sil-1328 v 7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVBN that I hi uiniei -ILIII, -d, desiring lo engage in Iniylness under tinfictitious names ol KTERI.INfi IM.IS Sl'I'Elt CAN MEHI I' 111 TEX M (RTHEP.N ST \K l.Alil' ,|| 7:'.'',n N \\ %  i Ii AI, ml. Miami, I i,i ida intends to register said names -th the Ch iiof the Circuit • 'ourl --f I • Ii CO int> Plot Idll Sill iRTENINH CORP. I 'I FL4 IRIDA, INC. Bj : Pi raid) nt George Tin obald \ VRON M K VNNBH 24" s.,iiiuTrust Bldg. Miami :'.-'. r loi Ida Attornej i'-i Shot i, nlng Corp, i •; i-"i,,i Ida, Inc. v 7-14-21-tt NOTICE UNDER nui iwat unutu FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VI3N that thai the undersigned, desiring to en...... i.\ l.n^i.ii.feiw ui, %  !..,th. Ii. -i-i ,nFlorida. IHNETREE < >P CORAL ii VBLES, INC. KOVNER .v. MAXNHEIMER Attorneys for Pinetree "f Coral Oables, inc. 8 .'l-;'v '' III IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61046. A lii RE: Estate "f CLAIRE COII.KT I Wceaxod. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demauda Agulnat Said Estate: Yi'ii are hereby nidified and required i" present any claims and demands which ^"ii may have against the estute of il.AIKK QOULBT deceased late ,,t I'ad.County, Blorlda, to th.County .indues of I >ade County, and file the same in their offices in i inCounty Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eiaht calendar months fri.ni the date "f the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. MAI'RICE LBPCOE Administrator C.T.A. ESSEN Si ESSEN Attorneys I28X Alnsli v Bldg. Miami. I-I.i. 8 21-28 9 1-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63972-A IN RE: Estate -d DAVID MAKCIS I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are lier.-hy notlfl.il and required to present any I laims and dmatiiU which you nut] have aguinst the -slate of OAVIP MAKCIS deceased late of Dado County, Florida, to the Countv Judges of Osde County and file the same In duplicate and aa provided III S.-.tioii TI8.lt, Florida statutes, iii their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Worlds, within si^ calendar months from the time of the lirst publication hereof, or the same "ill be barred. Dated al Miami, Kloridu, this tun daj of July. x ''" ;i DR. VICTOR M \K( is CM tRLOTTE SAROPF \Executors • publli atli II of this noli,on the Ttli -i ij ol Vllgust, 1984. LEON A EPSTEIN Attorney f"i Estate i i. ncolu R i Mi in I" I'' %  '"' 8 7-11-21 -28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SECURITY TRAINING SERVICE nt ICMt W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RITA l.. ZARCH, Sole iwner PAUL KU I'I'NKY of Sllversteln, Kwltne) ft CloudIss Attorn.> for tpplirunt IL'ii Lincoln Road 8 7-14-21 -28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64000-D IN RE: Estnti o( RICHARD II WISENBAKER l-. eaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claim* or Demands Against Said Estate You are hereby notified and required to i" i any claimand -l manda "inch you mt) have agninsl the estate of RICHARD II WISENUAKF.lt decease'.' late of Dade County, Florida, i" ih. County Judges of Oldc ty, and file the sunIn duplicate iin-l na pi o> Ided In Si lion 7:::'. Hi. Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six calendar in.-nthfrom the time of the tirst publication h.-ieof. or the mm will he barred, Mated nt Miami. Florida, this 30tb day of Juls, A n. 1984. Till 'MAS CHARLES WISKNH KKES ami ROBERT VV'ISENDAKER, as Co-i".\. cutora First luihlicatlon of this notice on the 7Ui day of August, 1944. ARONOVITB, SILVER ft BCHER Attorney for CO-ExecUtorg 67 Ainsley Building Miami. Florida t/y-14-ti-tt NOTICtl UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB is HEREBY GIVEN lhal the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COMMERCIAL CARPET AND FURNITURE at .".'''.•.'. S.\V. Nth Street. Miami intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County. Florida. INTERIORS BY BUZANNE, INC. :( Fin -'"""-.-ition MORTIMER S, COHEN Ai tome} lor v %  Ii ant ilJ Al isle] Dldg. • i 1-8J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J U OICI AL C I RCU IT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9143 SALVADOR 'SUEDES MIRANDA Plaintiff, vs, JULIA SKSIX C,CEDES, I >> fend.nit NOTiCF BY PUBLICATION YOU. .ICI.iA SESIN GUEDES, San Mimi. l i7. Santa Clara, I'ul.a. are i.[|uired t" file your anawer to the Complalut for Ui voice with the Clerk of the above styled Court, ami serve a copy thereof 'jpoli Herman Cohen, I-:.— i.. 131U-U i.onni.ss Building, Miami, Florida, .-n or before hV-ptember list, i'.*>:i. oi elan complaint "ill l>e taken as confessed. Dated August 17, r.'i.i. / B. B. LBATHERMAN Clerk of tht Circuit Court (weal) By: Marguerite Morford Deput) Clerk B/21-28, '.• i-ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctitous names of Biscayne Ballroom; Blseuyne u.iiiloom iiaiicClub at -40 N.E. 8th street. Miami, Florida Intends to register said names with the Clerk >.f the Circuit Court ,.1 Dade County, Florida. DANCING II dtl'i IRATII >N OF AMERICA A Florida Corp. MARVIN I. WIENER Attornev for Applicant I'l l Alns l.-i Bnlliilne S 'H-2 1 -2S ->'j NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8877 KDELMIRA MARTINEZ, ;i k a IIIFI.M \ MARTINEZ, Plaintiff, VS. HECTI >l; A. MARTINEZ Defendant. SU.T FOR DIVORCE •ctor A. Marline/. i ., Mrs. I.II/ M. ilarcta 1111.1 Tiffan. Street. Apt 8-C Bronx, N.T. You, iiector A Martinet, are hereby notified that a Hill ol < uinpiaini for Divorce has I n filed againsi you, ami >on are required to sen's a cop) "f your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on tin* Plaintiff* a attorney. Ray A. Munson, 840 Ingrahum Building, Miami, Florida 88181 and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the loth da> of Septi mber, 1984. If you rail to do >,.. juugmeul by defauli V^HI lie taken against you for threllel demanded In '.i-i'-'il of Complaint. This ii-i • -ii.ill be published once eni ii "e. k fm i -ii, consecutl>• ., ka in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN, DttXE VND oRI IERKI' al %  Florida, this %  ••th daj of August, A.D. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 9250 TINA SUE I'll. I.S Plaintiff ROBERT EUGENE I'll.I.s I lefellilant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: ROBERT EUGENE Idl.l.S 1417 Hannah Avenue Knoxvlllf, T. tin. You ROBERT EWENtB I'll.I.-. ;ue hereby notified thai s BUI ol Complaint for Divorce has been Rled njatnsl vou, and you are re|Ulred ti ~,-i v.a copy of your Answer .r [leadlug to th.BUI of Complaint on the PHilntlfra attorn. .-. SHBVIN, GtK>lMAN ft ll.il.l'/.MAN. :',li. Heybold Building, Miami 82, Florida, and flu the original Answer or Pleading in tl fflce of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or Ih re the ttrd day .-t s. ptember, 1984. If >"ii fall t" Jli >,,, judgment by default lil lie lakII against you for the relief demanded in th.Bill of Complaint. Thla notice shall lpublished once ea.li week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. HONK AND ORDERED at Miami Florid.,, this 19th da) of August, A D I'"'' 1 ., K B. I.F M IIKKMAN. Cl.-rk. Circuit Court, Hade County, Flo n (Clrcuil "iiri Seal) |:> : MARGUERITE MORFORD Deputy Clerk SHBVIN, GOODMAN .v HOLTZMAN 346 Sevbold Building Miami St. l-1"i ida Atlortiexs for I'lainlill v 21-28, 9 IT. i: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. 64C 9251 WILLIAM Mt'ARTHl R ROBERTS, I'lainlill .IKXM-.'i TE CAROL ROBERTS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE You MRS. JBNXETTE CAROL ROBERTS in. herob) notified that % %  Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are n u u I red to serve .. copy of your Anawei -.i Pleading to the Bill "f Complaint "ii thplalntlfrs Attorne) SHBVIN, .'.(.OMAN ft HOLTZMAN. S4fl Seybold Building, Miami :'.-'. Florida, and file il" original Anawer .-i Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or befouthe ttrd da) "f September, 19*4. if you fail i" do so, judgment b) default "ill be taken against you for th.relief demanded In the Hill "i i 'omplalnt. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th da) of August, A I'. 1964. I-: B, LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade t'ounty, Florida I Heal) l :v : Marguerite Morford Deput) Clerk SHBVIN. GOODMAN -. HOLTZMAN 346 Seybold Building Miami 32, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff S 21-28, '.' l-ll 191 Cln i ^, i: in,' B I.I: VTHERM \N. CU uirt, I %  > % %  '--imiy. It. K M LYMA> k, I'-,rk N II-: -2H, '.' 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6354IB IN RE Estute ol MASH tHJl'I.D, formerly known as STASIA ORZECHOWSKI I ici eased, NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE "1" FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT. You are hereby notified that a written Instrument purporting to be the List "ill and testament of said decedent has been admitted to probate In said Courl. You are hereby commanded Within Six calendar months from the date "f the first publication of this notice to appear In said Courl and show cause, if any you can. why thaction of said Court in admitting said will to probate should not stand unrevoked. FRANK B. DOWL1NG i 'ounty Judge B) LOIS l" PASTORFIELD Clerk First publication of this notice on th, nth da) ol August, 1964. SHAP1R" >. IRll II' ft WEIL At toi to % s for he Estate of ST VSIA %  Ii >1'LD. former!) known B ST VSIA i 'RZECHl IWSKI 107 Lincoln i: %  .-i Miami i. i !> 11-21 -2S %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN til it th undei sign. I, d. l Ins to engage In l.u.-in-undei the flcl ua nnini --i RICHIE'S RES r VURAXT ft 1.1 'I N at IS23II N W -nl Avenue. Miami, Ilorlihi Intends : %  i egist. i said n with I he i 'li rk ol the Clcruil Coin li.oie County. Floi GENE PRANDI Sole < iwner I'M'I. KWITXBi Sllvet steh K H Hi j .\ i :• Attoi lie) : r Applh .ml I2;i l.in. -.In R d 1 Miami Beach. Floi Ids 88. 9 4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64061-C IN RB: Estate id NATHAN BLAU a k a NAT BLAU Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Clalma or Demnnds Againsi Bald Estate: You ar.bereb) notified and !•• quired to present an) claims ami de* mands which you ma) have against the estate of NATHAN 111.AC a k a NAT BLAU deceased late of DADR County, Floridu, t. the County Judges of Bade County, and file the sain,in duplicate ami as provided in Section 138.16, Florida statutes, in their of" flees in the Couiiti Courthouse in Dade County, 11' rid:., within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof or the same will he barred. Dated at Miami Florida, this 71it daj of August, A i' H'I-I WILLIAM s. Bl Al PHILIP I'.l.Al As c..Executors First publli Hi Ion of tins nol Ii on th. I ith din iif August, 1961. IRVING CYPEN I, \u iPFU ES At i. -in. ya for I 11 \ B.'H ',9 4



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Page 12-B v.lemst fhrkMann Friday. Au gust 28, i New concept of the Ark, in which the To.ah Scrolls are housed, is featured at the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. This is one of many innovations at the synagogue, which will shortly publish a brochure, including postcards in color, featuring new ideas in House of Worship architecture end detail. The synagogue has already attracted thousands of visitors. Young Israel Names New Education Leader Young Israel of Greater Miami announces that Rabbi Arnold Riehter has been engaged as educational director of the cong* gallon. Rabbi Richter received his religious training at the Hebrew Theological College in Chicago, llis secular education was receive and Jerome Stern, of the Pharmacy Branch ol 111• American Friends ol tin' Hebrew Universit) Tinnew Pharmac) School will be situated al Km Karem, site ol the medical campus <'i the He brew University. Together with the new medical and dental school, ii will be par) %  t .. teachinj cen lor known as the Schools <>i H; ing. Stern said that "it will be welcome news to the pharmacists of the Greater Miami area who are participating in this historic undertaking and to the many others throughout America who, we confidently expect, will join us in the creation of this urgently-needed school." Operating in makeshift quarters, iho first school was opened to to students in 1953. Tin' new building at Km Karem ill enable the School of Pharmacy to increase its enrollment. Among residents in Greater Miami who have contributed to the pharmacy school during the past several years are Lester E. Amster, Herbert W. Adkins. Jack Davis. Sam Goldman. Aaron 1. Gordon. Joseph E. Grosberg, liar ry J. Lane, Samuel Leiner. Jacob Pulver, Milton Russinof. Ben Saks, Lawrence Simkin. Jerome Stern. Frank Toback and Walter Wax man. Representing Greater Miami at the ceremony was Jacob Pulver. who with Saks spearheaded local efforts in suport of the new School of Pharmacy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 1 •AlA.WI REHABtUiA Julius Cooper (left>. of Miami Beach, is conrj. Mayor of Beersheba, us the Greater Miami P.eh stitute of Kupat Holim is inaugurated In Isrcn of the Negov. Looking on are Rabbi Leon Kron: ... chairman of the Bus.in.ess and Professional Chapter of Kum Holim here, which was responsible for the erection citjJ clinic, and Samuel Feinstein (right), president cf the Green)' Miami Israel Histadrut organization. The recent :ied:c3S ceremony was attended by many government d -:riitaiies. Moshe Berman is executive director of the local chi 'Show and Tel!' At Beth Sholom Temple Beth Shi n v.ili toi-l duet its annual "Shi nd Tell*" service on Friday. B 15 p.m., ac-1 cording to an announ lent Ml Louis F. Snetman. T< | dent Rabbi Leon Ktonish David Conviser will conduct Iky service, and the One lowing the service in thi auditor! ium will be sponsored b> the Tern! pie's Membership Committee, of| which Jack M. Fink is chairman, "Each year, at the beginning ] of the season, our Temple con duetthis 'Show and Tell' tor HiI members, and especiali\ lor DM and prospective members, in or that Beth SholonVs facilities philosophy mat be • \pla:nej i JACK fINK der and and ed. demonstrated.' 1 Why Baal Shem Tov Never Made it to Israel London pABBI Israel Baal Shem Tov, the founder of Chassidism, yearneJ for the land of Israel, and his dearest wish was to set foot on the sacred soil. Twice he tried to make the journey, but each time there were obstacles in the way, and he was unable to reach his destination. Then one day Rabbi Israel decided to try once again. For the third time. he set out from Miedzyboz on the perilous pilgrimage to the land. This time, he was accomII WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? BLAST OFF" TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUt CAPE KENNEDY (Open To Tho Public Sundays from 1:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.) HAVE A TAWAY VAOATION RAMADA —INN-13 M!l*t From Tha Cape) •k Srnd New Accommodation* it Pool or Ocim Swimming if Entertainment Ft* All Aq Children Undor 14, With Parents — No Charge Com* anytime Friday Leave Anytimo Sunday Santibl* Ratal Write Or Phone — Reie'vaVcnj RAMADA INN COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA panied by his daughter. Adela, and one of his disciples. Three days passed uneventful ly at sea. and the ship steadily approached nearer and nearer to the land of Rabbi 1-rael'^ dreams. Then, on the fourth day, a band of pirates fell upon the ship and took the passenger captive. Among the prisoners was the Rabbi, together with his daughter and disciples. Powerless to Help "Rabbi," cried the disciple in anguish, "you are the master of God's Name. You heal the sick, you raise the fallen. Men say there is no problem that you cannot solve, no burden that youj cannot lighten. Rabbi, save yourself and rescue us from all this fearful danger." "Alas, alas," lamented Rabbi Israel. "I am powerless. There is nothing I can do. I have forgotten all I ever knew." "All," exclaimed the disciple in horror. "Yes, all." said Rabbi Israel sadly. "My mind is a blank. I cannot remember a single pass age of the Zohar, the Book of Mystery. I cannot recall a single 1 verse of the Holy Bible. I can-1 not recollect a single word off the Talmud or the Mishnah. H have forgotten every phrase in the prayerbook, the Siddur. Could I but recall a single passage,: then we would be saved." The disciple gazed at Rabbi' Israel with pity and fear. He' had never seen the revered Rabbi in such distress. "Is there nothing—nothing at all—that you remember?" he stammered. Then a flame flickered in the Rabbis eyes. No Scholar Needed "Yes." he said joyfully. "I begin to—I remember—the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. Come, my son, let us say them together. Aleph, beth, gimmel, daieth." Before they reached the fifth letter, the Rabbi and his companions were miraculousl> back in Miedzyboz, Pirates, prisoners and chains had vanished like a fleeting dream, Why had this happe ? Whj had heaven intervem 10 pre vent the Master froi eacrHflf the Holy Land he I The fate of many wot was II the balance. The tune appointed for the coming ol • Messiah had not yet arm>


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r, August 28, 1964 vJewlsti HnrkMan Page 9-A w *>-^n %  a P|5r Bsnn Pressures Paraguay To Speed Mengele Search KK; %  > Ital School is dedicated at the Hadassahjrew University Medical Center in Israel. (wn in a clinic featuring the latest equip\\ aie (left to right) Dr. Ino Sciaky. director be university's School of Dental Medicine, fand Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth, of 995 No. imi Beach Blvd.; and Dr. Marvin Goldstein, Lident of Alpha Omega Fraternity, national dental organization, which mode construction ot the new school facility possible. Dr. Rosenbluth is president of the North Dade Dental Society and treasurer of the Greater Miami Chapter of Alpha Omega. Among guests of honor at the dedication were Israel President Zalman Shazar and Prime Minister Levi Eshkol. daism Council Gets Support of Arabs Continued from Page 1-A tradited, as Paraguayan law forbids the extradition of a naturalized citiier. Meanwhile, orders for an intensive, country-wide search for Dr. Mengele were issued in Rio de ianeiro this week by Milton Campas. Brazilian Minister of Justice. L'here was no indication from the Ministry as to whether now informal ion might have been received that Mengele may be hiding in this country again. Officials of the Justice Ministry, however, noted that, if Mengele has re-entered Brazil, it may be difficult to locate him. They | pointed out that many Germans, possibly including some war criminals, emigrated to Brazil after the end ol World War II. The postwar German immigrants have largely been integrated among hundreds of thousands of former Germans now living in various areas of Brazil. And a campaign undertaken here several years ago to cleanse the Great Brazilian Encyclopedia of previously used anti-Semitic definitions was seen last weeken as having succeeded. The new 20th edition ol the encyclopt elimini ted the former defini "swindler," rabbi as "devil," and < as %  a place where pe pie gather fj illegal business Fernando Levisky, a prom.' attorney, had undertaken a drivi several years ago to have such definitions deleted from the encyclopedia. .. 'Spinoza's God' is Topic Final lecture on "Spinoza's God" will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson on Thursday, 10:30 am. at the Spinoza Forum in the Auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. LSHINGTON — (JTAi — A between an anti-Zionist witand members of the Dcmolc Platform Committee highEd testimony before the combe. Leonard R. Sussman, lying for the anti-Zionist AmerCouncH for Judaism, alleged the Johnson Administration rejected "the Jewish people tot" in domestic and foreign lirs. cited a State Department |bssi8h of last Apr. 20 in this eetion. and asked that the lorm include a plank reatpim this alleged stand by the Go*er:.:nrtH. _.p. Emanuel Celler, New fafcc Democrat, a member of the Platform Committee, attacked &f *% Sussman •allegation. He cita subsequent State DepartIt expression on the same aokject, addressed to Rabbi ip S. Bernstein, of Roches^X N.Y., endorsing a statement by Rabbi Max Nussbaum, presmatt of tha Zionist Organization \£ F £ merica. ciety Security erne of Meeting irth Shore Lodge. B'nai Brith, "hold its regular meeting on jdav evening at Temple Ncr lid Social Hall. 80th St. and le Ave. &>ncl Moltz. of the Social Se|y Administration, will speak Safest changes in Social SePilms will be shown, fol-;| .Wired by a question and answer wi IjeriQcl. Jack Burstcin is presiV *nt: THE NUNY0N AIRES SYNAGOGUE (Modern Trooitionol) §737 Bird Id, Mlaari HI a-21 II HIGH H0LDAY SERVICES Uaitr MM laaa"ar*liia af KANT0R JOSEPH KRISSEl formerly wltk Veroao Jewish Community Center, New Jersey Limited Number of Seats Still Available The State Department had termed Rabbi Nussbaum's assertion, that the ACJ had put up "a strawman, as effectively resolving any possible misunderstanding. The Platform Committee was I informed by Rep. Celler of the •exposure" and denunciation of the ACJ by the three major' branches of the Jewish faith, is-1 sued by the New York Board of Rabbis. A heated situation devel-; oped in the hearing room. Spectutors in the hearing room became disorderly and shouted demands to be heard by the committee. Acting Chairman William Benton. of Connecticut, called the hearing to order and refused to permit anyone to participate who was not a member of the committee or a witness. Dr. Mohammed T. Mehdi. secretary-general of the Action Committee on American-Arab Relations, later tojd the press that he attended the hearing to support the ACJ positon and to assist Mr. Sussman. He charged that Rep. Celler spoke as an 'Israeli agent," but asserted that Mr. Sussman •speaks as an American." (Action by U.S. Immigration authorities for deportation of Mr. Mehdi rvas sought recently when he inj tervened previously in the U.S. pre-election activity, involving the New York Senate race. He is I a citizen of Iraq and an agent of Arab interests.) John E. Powers, of Massachusetts, a member of the Platform Committee, told Mr. Sussman that "I am not of your faith," but felt Israel merited America's full ;upport, including military backing. Mr. Powers said he was not concerned with the ACJ's ideas on Zionism because the pro-Israel plank was in America's own interests, and did not pertain to Zionism. Mr. Powers charged that the witness was anti-Israel when he I refused to endorse a plank which Mr. Powers proposed. The Powers plank included a statement that "as the only true democratic bastion in the Near East, Israel warrants and must have the continued financial, military and moral support of the leader of the democratic world, the United States. The Democratic Party pledges that support." ABE <;KFTKR AND SOI. WEISS PRESENT FOR THE „,m. HIGH HOLIDAYS Luxurious Accommodations at THE LOMBARDY HOTEL CANTOR Ell NIESENSON will officiate Religious Service* 6305 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Florida SPECIAL PACKAGE OEAl: Rms.. Meelt & Religious Services Under Rabbinical Supervision. • Free Parking, Chaise Lounges A Mats. For Rates and Reservations, Write or Phone: 9-12 A.M. and 7 10 P.M. A. Gefter JE 8-7321 SANDHl KOSHER CATERERS Weiss UN 6-6226 FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH CENTER 50 N.W. 51st PLACE 13K.I' 110 IV DAY SKATS IN OUR AIR CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM NOW AVAILABLE OFFICIATING WILL BE Rabbi DAVID R0SENFELD and Cantor GEORGE GOLDBERG For Further Information Call HI 4-6547 SCHOOLS 0P|N EARLY! Register Your Child in a Jewish School of Your Choice Today! THERE IS A JEWISH SCHOOL IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. HEBREW DEPARTMENTS OPEN — MONDAY. AUGUST 31 SUNDAY DEPARTMENTS OPEN — SUNDAY, SEPT. 6 MW i* TRADITIONAL SERVICES FOR THE UK. I I IIOMIIAYS T at the ;III.\4 KSTOM: HOTEL Mi Street & Washington Ave. Miami Beach > Admission $5 and $10 FOR fUll INFORMATION AND DETAILS WRITE OR TELEPHONE Bureau of Jewish Education (A membar agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) 1135 N.W. THIRD AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA FR 1-6681 The Bureau of Jew.sh Education I, now in .he process of accrediting all qualifying schools. Such Jewish schools will be officially accred,ted beginning September, 1965 and win then d,sp.a y .he Bureau's ident.fymg cert.f.ca.e of men,. JOSEPH COHEN, President LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN, Executive Director



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August 28, 1964 ^Jewisfi Ftcridfiair? Page 13-A [ichot Services Saturday Midnight foot, the traditional penitential prayer service, will be held in Worship throughout the Greater Miami area on Saturday at The service serves to launch the High Holy Day season ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. i Rabbi Isaac Ever. i ii.tn. Saturday S.III a.m. '. -ui : Mr mid Mis. ^Kz< i l -aMii/.vah: I'iboiah, ^^^Bf Mr. and Mre Vorniiin s %  : niidiiiRht, Scliihot servm %  :TH ML. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortholox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. %! iday 4:1* ilffht, S*'lirhil SCIA tivs. Sermon: vildnlskt M • • CL. 711 40th St. OrthoBerel Wein. CANDLEUGHTING TIMt 20 Elul — 6:25 p.m. ^ .. i < St.. tor Homestead. Conservative. CanPincus Aloof. Richard M. Leviton. • — !?. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Raturday '.< a.m. 12 midnight, Sellchol Services in ili.n.tii Hamldrah. School's Junior IIIKII stud.nth will participate. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI, 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Ythudah Heilbraun. Raturday a.m. 12 midnight, Sellchol s.-i vices. SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Saturday 8:30 a.m. IS midnight, Sellphot Services. Sermon: "Arise and Sing in the Night." • JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider. r>ldnv 6:15 p.m. Saturday S:::i> a.m. Sermon: "nomocracy and Religion." Silncba 6:30 p.m. 12 midnight, Sellchol Si-rvicrs. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. MIN VON AIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird RdModern Traditional. St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. ]-vii*v 1: *(id-K:i.~> p.m. Sermon: "Fugitives from Justice." Saturda) n a.m. 12 midnight. SaUchol Services. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. ^Saturday B a.m.' 12 midnight. First Si llchot. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Ki iila\ 6 i'.in. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Sellchol—1'ri-liid*.to tile New Y.ai." :i p.m. A Torah Scroll, donated by Mr. anil Mrs. Philip Pine and Miss Bett] Mellner, will be dedicated. Bellrhot Sarvloa will follow at 12 midnight. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday *:'M p.m. Sermon: 'Highlights from Jewish History." Saturday 11:15 a.m. liar Mitzvah: Douglas, son of Mr :inil Mrs. William WObiegmutbi Bruce, son of Mr. and Mis. Gerald Weinsleln. 12 midnight, Sellchol candlelight service OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber| man. Saturday 8:80 a.m. 12 midnight. Bell • hot Services. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "TinPenli. ntlal Mood. %  4 IME : OB. 301-311 Washington idox. R.ibbi Tibor Stern, rice Mamches. Saturday Iding ior TMIIH hoi Services. s :::n I I OU a in. 1 1.' HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th By Repenting Transgression We Return to God's Fold ESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Traditional. Rabbi Max Intor Benjamin Ben-Ari. i^i^Hti .1 in ^^^^^m Humanity.'" pin Portion ecavttona." Service. TH MOB HE CONGREGATION. 30) W. Dhir Hwy. Conservative, nter Hyman Fein y 8:15 p.m. STUHHI: "Mailed out Cause >.ii'iMla\ VI.". a.m. Mitzvah: I 1 Mrs. Bern, nan M. Coli. 11 "ill officiate at V M. "Cob. ***•• 1^. H RAPHAEL. :hodox. Ralph yy 8:15 p.m. s. ." Saturday v Alan, son If v •nthal. 11:30 1 Vri%.iac HMo ih 139 NW 3rd Ave. Krieger, secre11: "Social T.-na in. Bar Ultxind Mrs. Irving (ellchot sermon: Night." 4 H TFILAH935 Euclid Ave Orlox. RabJtl Joseph E. Rackovsky. ^ TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th 1. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipItz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenm. y 8 p.m. Satn: 1 m r..i ah: Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carvln; Midi Sain Axelrod. Hill\. son ol Mr. vlra. Jerome l.an--. r. IL' midniulit. tot Penitential \ 1. .1 RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. iservative. Rabbi H.uom Richter. itor Jack Corner. -day a.m. 1 i m .%  ... oe. OLE* ORANADA Conservative. Rabb 50 NW 51st David Roseld. Cntoj jBsorge Goldberg, day I a.m. lz midnight, Sclich.it ces. LAUDERDALE tiomt H mb nm Book Store •BAEU'AI-HDMESTIC GIFTS Hebfenff RMMlous Supplies for p ^^^W^SSM^O^VI^ J Mlamt sseaob) JE 8-3840 REPHUM'S HEBREW BK STORE Intm M lorgesf & Oldest %  tar Syaofloauei, rfcsdoy Schools. I Retail AND NOVUTItS Ae. JE 1-9017 fltlgl iMTI %  O Aim fan-Israeli Bus Store 0 Now Finite* tvtrythim, Orders for IOLIDAYS %  JUAISIM IULL CAPS IACHSORIM and synagogue & Home %  SCHWARTZ %  -7722 Biitu a.m. Sermon "Portion of the Week." 12 midnight, Selii hot. TEMPLE ZI0N. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. Saturday :• a.m. Bar Mii/.vah: Ross son of Mr. and Mm Max Rubin, l^ midnight, Sellchol Services. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. r'tlda.N >>:30 p.m. Sermon: The Worldwide Community." Saturday 9 a.m. Si 1111..11: "Portion of thi Wc ek Bar Mltzvnh: Jeffrj Paul, I Mr. and Mis. IHtvld Karsh Sellchol midnight YOUNG ISKAtL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Ft Ida) 8: 10 |i m. Saturday 10 a m Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Minolta 6:30 p.m. ** RABBI DAVID ROSEN HID let vs return very valuable golden ring in order that he may look at it and some day repent. The prince sank lower and lower. He feared that his friends would rob him of the ring. He burnished it with some cheap metal in order to disguise it. But one day, he felt sorry for all his wrong deeds, and repented, and as he repented, he removed layer after layer of the tarnish, until the golden ring returned to its former lustre He came back to the palace, and his father accepted him with love and open arms. "Thou wilt return to the Lord thy God." God grant us a Happy New Year. WANTED CANTOR Conservative Synagogue AFTER HOLIDAYS YEAR-ROUND POSITION Write Now: P.O. Box 127, Miami 64, Fla. Hollywood School Reveals Schedule Hy Rothstein, principal of Hollywood Beth El Religious School, announces that registration for all classes, including kindergarten to 10th grade, and all Hebrew classes will take place on Sunday from 9 to noon in the Tobin Auditorium. The Religious School will operate on a double session Sundays for Kindergarten through eighth grade. Pre-Confirmation "Department, ninth and 10th grades, will meet Saturday mornings. Hebrew classes will be scheduled on Sunday. Beginner's Hebrew will meet i Wednesday afternoons, 4 to 5 p.m. 1 I Bronze Yahrzeit Tablets & Nameplates j SYNAGOGUE OUTDOOR BULLETIN BOARDS Hotel Lobby Announcement Boards, Etc. ENGRAVED PLASTIC & METAL SIGNS All Manufactured on Premises BASS BULLETIN BOARD & DIRECTORY CO. ?Lakeside Memorial Park N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue invites you to attend Special Community Memorial Services SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1964 TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO AT 11 A.M. RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ TEMPLE MENORAH 11:30 A.M. RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ BETH TORAH CONGREGATION 12 NOON RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ WILL CONDUCT DEDICATION CEREMONY for Benevolence 195 Knights of Pythias, North Miami Beach 12:30 P.M. RABBI DANIEL LOWY TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 2 P.M. For Information or Directions Call TU 5-1689 I i ffi aBiB B S.: 1107 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. 371-5988 M^ 4 ^•^^•^• &f&f&f&f&f&f&f ^ &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f ^ &f&f&f ^^ I



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"Jewish Floi* idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY 3 37 — Number 35 Miami, Florida. Friday, August 28. 1964 Two Sections — Price 20 migrants Forcibly usted from Ships fter Homes Protest ROBERT BRISCOt twice lord Mayor IRISH PARLIAMENT scoe Will re "St 70 \ — (JTA) — Robert y former Lord Mayor of and the only Jewish memS Vthe Dail. the lower house ol j Irish Parliament, said here this ••< K that he will nut run in next :>.iParliamentary elections. Mr. Hriscoe. who was first electee! to tr.Dail in PUT. told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency "1 shall I 70 next September, and I don't v ant to uo on until 1 am toe Old tor the job—it is time to stand down and make room for oUr pople." Mr. !;riscoe. who served twice as'LoreMayor ol Dublin, is a lite long Zionist. .Briscnc joined the Irish Republican Army during the rebellion in 19lte He is a founder of the Fiann I ail movement. bias spoken on behalf of Is^I^HSonds on cross-countrj tours I^Hajor cities in the United Stales, including Miami. His last visit he < was m November, liMil. when hi was must speaker at an ISMHl 1:'.iuI dinner sponsored by Temple -lenorah JERUSALEM — (JTA' — A, number of immigrants were forcibly removed by police from a ship in Haifa on Sunday night' when they refused to leave the vessel in protest against the housing locations assigned to them by he Jewish Agency. Details of the' incident were reported to the Cab.net by S. Z. Shragai, head of the ; Agency's Iminigratioa Department, who said that the newcomers had refused to accept housing n Kiiyat Remez. near Haifa. llolon. Petah Tikva and Afula, de nanding instead that they be sent In homes in Ashdod and P.atyam. Shragai told the Cabinet that, •elore embarking, every immigrant is given full and precise details about allocated housing, in.hiding the areas and prevailing conditions, and is asked to sign in agreement accepting the conditions. While most of the immigrants disembarked on Friday, Shragai said that a number of them refused to leave the ship. The Agency arranged for the ship to remain in port until after the Sabbath, and renewed efforts to persuade the immigrants to leave the ship last night. When the rewcomers again refused, police were called in to forcibly remove the newcomers from the vessel. Demo Platform Supports Israel, Raps Red Bias ZOA REAFFIRMS NtUTRAUTY PAGE 7-A ARABS SUPPORT COUNCIL PACE 9-A In his report. Shragai noted that it was usually relatives in Israel who instigate the newcomers to object. He said the Agency Continued on Page 12 A CHIEF f ABB/ ONTERMAN hopes for agreement Israel's India Jews End Tiff With Rabbis FOR BACKGROUND PAGE 6-A JERUSALEM (JTA) — A delegation representing the Bnei Israel community of Indian Jews this week informed Prime Minister I.evi Eshkol of a decision to end immediately the sit-down strike in protest against special Chief Rabbinate directives concerning marriages between Bnei Israel members and other Jews. The tend ot the sit-down strike followed a special session of Knesset. Israel's Parliament, in which the House adopted a resolution declaring that members of the Bnei Continued on Page 5-A ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) — The Democratic 1904 Platform Committee on Sunday drafted and ubmitted to the natioaal convention foreign alfairs planks pledgng strong support of Israel and deploring Soviet pcr-ecut>n of Jew s. The final platform draft, submitted to the convention which ipened Monday after consideration by the full Platform Commit ice, pledged to "work for the attainment of peace in the Near Bast as an urgent goal, using iur best efforts to prevent a military unbalance, to encourage arms reductions and the use of national resources for internal development, and to encourage the resettlement ol Arab refugees in lands where there is room and opporlunity. The problems of political adjustment between Israel and the Arab countries can and must be peacefully resolved and the territorial integrity of ever) nation respected." The platform also pledged to encourage by all peaceful means the growing independence of the captive peoples living under Communism ar.d hasten the day when captive nations will achieve full freedom and self determination. The platform said specifically that "we deplore CornContinued on Page 16-A Tass Hotly Denies Existence Of Anti Semitism in Soviet Bonn Presses Paraguay To Find Mengele Now ASUNCION. Paraguay — (JTA' —The West German Government again this week requested that Paraguay intensify its search for Josef Mengele. the infamous "selection doctor'* of Auschwitz, who alone decided the fate of hundreds of thousands of Jews. The petition was signed by the West German Ambassador here, and is the latest action in the persistent but, so far, futile attempt 00 the part of the Bonn Government to obtain the arrest and extradition of the Nazi criminal. Mengele is believed to have been granted Paraguayan citizenship in 1959. He recently crossed the border to Brazil, but returned to Paraguay after orders for his arrest were issued by the Brazilian authorities. According to reliable reports, Mengele re-entered Paraguay two weeks ago, but Paraguayan officials disclaim all knowledge of his whereabouts and contend that, even if he were found, it is doubHul if he would be exContinued on Page 9-A LONDON — (JTATass. the i tficial Soviet news agency, this week issued a heated denial of the existence of anti-Semitism in he Soviet Union, and contrasted the life ol .lews In Russia with lhat of Negroes in the United States. Tass said that allegations by •si.ine United States Senators" concerning maltreatment of Soviet Jews were attempts "to divert world public opinion from America's own race troubles." "Some U.S. quarters," Tass said, "have made it a habit to resort to insinuations against the USSR every time there is an out I burst of racist terror in the UnitI ed States. Comparing the lot of Jews in the USSR with Negroes in the United States. Tass asked: "Are they (the Jews) attacked by I police dogs (in Russia) as are i the Negroes of Texas or Alabama? Are they (the Jews) being lynched?" Attempting to answer charges that Russian Jews are singled out and harshly punished for alleged "economic crimes," Tass said: "Some people who are sentenced by Soviet courts from time to time for different crimes are Jews. It is common knowledge tbat criminals in any multinational state may be of different nationalities. They may include Jews, too. The same happens in the United States." Tass insisted that the Soviet I nion was among the few countries without the "so-called JewI ish problem." adding that Jews were granted absolutely equal rights with other citizens after the 1917 Soviet revolution. The statement declared that, while Jews represented only 1.08 per cent of the Soviet population. '. 20 Jewish scientists were among the 131 winners of Lenin prizes in science and technology this year. It also said that five of the 20 new members of the Soviet 1 Academy of Sciences were Jew ,ish. i ; New Hadassah Chief Sees Jewish Renaissance LOS WIKI.KS (WNS) — Mrs* M< .timer .laeobson. of New York, newly-elected president of HjeBsah. declared here at the t-oai|Bdinu session ol the 50th annuaBconveiition of the organiza bat "this is an era of Jewlaissance" and that it was kah's credo to participate preservation and strengthfof Jewish life. ___ reusing the convention as Bcepted the office. Mrs. Jacobson said that "Zionism, as a dynamic and on-going interpretation of Jewish history must continue to remain meaningful to our membership" and "our task is to help unite Jewry, not only in philanthropy, but in the preservation ol the eternal doctrines of Judaism." She succeeds Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky. of wew York Prior to closing, the four-day parley approved a budget of $9,840,000 for Hadassah's 1964-65 programs in Israel and the United States, as well as a series of resolutions reflecting the organization's views on many problems of the day. One of the resolutions called on the government of the United States to make sure that nations that are recipients of American aid do not use it to advance pre parations for aggressive war. In another resolution, Hadassah called for Senate passage of a pending resolution by Senator Abraham A. Ribicoff calling for the : condemnation of Soviet anti-Semit' ism. In a resolution dealing with the situation in the Middle East, the convention called upon President Johnson's Administration "to use Continued on Page 8-A MRS. MORflMER JACOBSON remaining meaningful



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F=ge 4-A Jen ist ntrktian Friday. Augm y %  HE LETTER •Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 205-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MTNDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst to. Publisher MtnrrPrl j**lh Ftor!dla S,. ttac PM : V &f r -il. Tiii Jew s* Fio'.fl "s Boroed te Jew i* UaHy and tr>e Jtw.ix Weekly Verrbe0 the jt* TelgraDiC Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Nes Service. Nation*! Ed'to-ul Ann.. Ame-can *n• Engliah-Jewish Newspapers, and the F'onda Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area Ona Year SS 00 Thre. Years •'2 00 Out of Town Upon Request 7-e J --/ *•• not sr-Araotr* tSe Karhruth • %  -• .i\ • wd Jr. !•r::i n Volume 37 Number 35 Friday. August 28. 1964 20 Elul 5724 It's Platform Time Again It s convention time again. Early this wee<. the Democratic Platform Committee came up with some pretty sweeping promises. They are at least an indication of the spint in which the pledges were written. But we doubt that tr.ey are of meaningful significance. It is therefore almost bitter.v amusing to observe the amount of energy that goes into the ffrifing of pkxtfonns. both from I be point of view of creative though! as well as from the battlearcur.ds they set az'.zrr.e. Thfl Democratic platform and .3 author? heve certainly taken a stronger stend than did their Rer abfrfn opponents on the central issues of the dcy: extremism, civil righti and support of the drive toprard self-determination on the part of the new nations of the Middle East and Africa. Particularly w;th respect to Israel the Democratic plank can be rr.ore firmly trod upon than its COP counterpart. Nevertheless, our skepticism remains unabated. When a draft resolution writer can say. referring to the party's 1960 platform, "In the period since that pledge was made, the Near East has come closer to peace and stability than at any time since World War II." it becomes increasingly clear just how fanciful these projects can be. Our Synagogues Grow As the High Holy Day season fall* closer, we pause to note the burqeoning activity on the spiritual scene of the Grecter Miami Jewish community. The activity is of course synagogue-centered, and it is gratifying to observe the huge expansion projects announced by a number ol the Houses of Worship in our city. In South Dcde, Temple Zion is rapidly setting the finishu.g touches to its beautiful new ed-fice; while Temple Or Olom last week announced plans for a building campaign to meet the increased religious and education needs of its congregation. Neither is the expansion confined to this part of the county. In North Dade. Beth Raphael will also shortly launch an expansion project; and. on Miami Beach, the opening ot the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue, with its unusual interior decor, marks another milestone in the move to meet our city's spiritual needs. While generally there is the impulse to deplore the unplanned burgeoning of any kind of facility, for planlessness tends to sap our strengths where they cue most required, the fantastic growth of the synagogues in Greater Miami suggest that the Jewish community wants these services and makes use of them to the fullest extent. appearing before a convention of Baptists in Texas, urged that they forget his Catholic religion especially since, among other things, a Jew could become Lord Mayor of Dublin and an Arab could be elected to the Parliament of Israel. President Kennedy was, of course, referring to Mr. Briscoe. To Miamians, his retirement ihould raise particularly sentimental memories of his occasional visits with us at a varie'y of community welfare functions. We wish Mr. Briscoe well. The Immigrants Object The ruckus raised on an immigrant ship in Haifa is understandable. What is less understandable is that it has not happened before. Immigrants are generally assigned housing locations based on their cge and capabilities, with family ties of course a major consideration. It has long been a standing practice of inquisitive and sometimes dissatisfied Israelis to station themselves outside the gate at the Haifa port of entry and to offer free and unsolicited advice to arriving immigrants with respect to their legal rights and where they should or should not "accept" housing accommodations and location in the country. Hence, the young democracy is really quite fortunate that this has not occurred more often Mr. Briscoe Retires Robert Briscoe's impending retirement from the Parliament of Ireland strikes a sad note for many reasons. For one, Mr. Briscoe is symbolic of an antithesis — a fighting Jewish Irishman, who fought for the freedom of his country m the revolution against Great Britain. New Council Distinction The American Council for Judaism has achieved its greatest distinction. At a Democratic Platform Committee hearing, a Council representative found himself on the same side of the ideological fence as Dr. Mohammed T. Mehdi, secretary general of the Action Committee on American-Arab Relations. The Council representative, Leonard R. Sussman. received Dr. Mehdi's approval when the Arab asserted that Sussman "speaks as an American." The American Council for Judaism has thus added one more laurel to its many distinctions. In this case, it is especially noteThere were undoubtedly others in Eire's worthy, for Dr. Mehdi recently escaped deporunderground ranks, but none rose to become tation by U.S. immigration authorities when, twice Lord Mayor of Dublin. de status as an Arab agent, he mterThe remarkable quality of this achieveW New York State Senate pre-election ment is perhaps best underscored by the memcclivity. ory of our late President Kennedy who, in 1960, How distinguished can the Council get? (Turing the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN T 1 "—• sam I %  _-£Si San Fj writer. -Ah ._-. member even jgn kit r.anw ?' consequent demonstrai. B that | the coura. tions: he f at all. The ( pie enough T hate and pr '„ %  The letter is a vow. Barry Goldwatcr must be elinur.. %  ."^H Johnson reeiected to office After this, the white %  Tl^H troved in the name of a black America. The Laaguagi employs the kind of reference in which young efeJUn ^ 'I barely speak, find great delight. The terms are thus infant; ?l the excrementtticus preoccupation of the writer is iar ;'.-• n •afsilj in its vocabulary. The lapse in his emotional development is betrayed by these easily identifiable bits of evidence. There ik. in logic If it is a black America toward which the while at the same time suggesting by the intimidation .f •., he speaks for all Negroes, then why press for the eleetior Lynd!!l Baines Johnson, who is as white as any Southern white Prot aZJj can be What it comes down to is elemental enough .--> Zl?_ prejudice on the kind of immature level that can only in terms of violence and vile but infantile language "adult" latrine terminology. I am suspicious about the letter for a number of r. first plaee. I have a notion that it was not written b> a \. %  '.. / California, and particularly northern California art -\ ( soil for such racial material. Written to a Jewish r.' easily have been designed to antagonize the Utter favorite candidate The inverted psychology iails beci flags in its childish naivete. -:• A MIXTUH Of IMMAlUMT'.tS %  %  r piece, %  .Tiemed I %  •ell a> THE VOCABULARY APART, the reasoaiag of the writer e thing like this: Argue in favor of Johnson. CaJl name in the book, and forecast dire consequences in he is defeated, as veil as ;n the future of tho-e • people are perverse em ueh to do just the opposite of %  idating force directed again-t them, they will not rap| at all Seen in these terms, the letter is actually a pit.. the candidacy of (ioldwater. The logic here is not far-fetched, especially since U made every effort to be convincing about his Negro and -• ing a^a.r.^t the promise of violence if Goldwater is elected f is thus expected to support the Arizona Senator not oolj logical reasons, but also for political ones: It is the GO! water who have promised to tether Negro brutality: it i• crats and Johnson who are presumably "responsible" for Rights Ait The hate letter is thua mixture of immat'iritics on I with the psychological most betraying the writer and h For the child may react perversely to command, but lnteli:do not necessarily react in this fashion. I am not saying that the letter was without doubt a cl of campaign literature to a Jewish newspaper forged in th> mind of a Goldwaterite — the kind of mentality Sen G only now. long after he captured the Republican convention delegate strength, disavowing in a bizarre presentation of I a benevolent and captive Eisenhower puppet Neither am I could not have been written by a CORE member. BJMI MUHAMMAD A CAU IN P0IST IkJANY PEOPLE IN their rage and frustration unfortu: in such terms. I am i v no' saving that (he letter could not have been written by a Necro. For all the reasons here. I am merely dubious that it was because, sadly, (he : ing the Negro Elijah Muhammad is a case in pout ifis I cast over a Miami radio station Sunday, if taken serio.. Negro carte blanche to rationalize any action in the r freedom Elijah Muhammad is a master politician. His gramn ically the Negro's stereotype in language. His mi nner ol is the kind that responsible Negro leaders would find off. objectionable because it perpetuates bigoted racial myths tends to be critical of Christianity, and by inference Jndaisi basis that these religions have condoned slavery in the past they are doing nothing about emancipation in the present He asks for a single piece of evidence in either relitno: gests mans obligation to free slaves. He asks — even if no answer: Judaism has much to say on this subject. But in fact, attacking Christianity or being anti-Semitic. He -imp:; being anti-white. •:• •:• -cTMf BIG BUSINISS Of HATKID QNLY IN ISLAM, says Elijah Muhammad, can the Negro ^^ dom, for Christianity is fundamentally alien to his ro Such teaching is sheer nonsense. Why should he project Islam a.ndigenous to Negro roots when Islam is actually Semitic, if one inup n being racial about it: while, from a political point of view to be quite simple for the American Negro to see just how ni ..h freedom from the shackles of privation and human dignity isla i ffer> its adherents in those parts of the world where Islam'pret • P ar ticularly today, among non-semites. Elijah Muhammad does not worry about such incongru T_< motivating and relating force is hatred. But if he does r worry about incongruity, he knows it exists: and to deny that it points to press reports about what he describes as the BBegi of the Black Muslims, a name whose validity ho disputeBlack Muslims, he says, are actually the Negro nation of Islam M • '' •* To emphasize his point, he employs the phrase. so-called ring to the American Negro. Whoever or whatever they may be in Elijah Muhamm. f !" me Of reference, he does not want them blamed for the eioiei "' ,he nations cities which, he declares, the press wrongly at' them. Elijah Muhammadpeople do not practice violence merely asked to hate. It is on the basis of such broadcasts as these that li San Prat* compo-od and sent to a Jewish m ""** UK r Hatred is big busiin U tod IJ Muhammad an I the I. It %  I a wboli



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lev, August 28. 1964 fJewisii ffcriattatrj Page 11-A • II*• • fty'fe&YYIFfE SCHINDLER Ml1 nU..J inPinI' *. UStilino ltd II to wrtirch I. lion As. ninety, ind % %  Psychiatrist Sees Singing Good for the Soul Stride <1 W n V, the avenue, in the company of friends and high spirits, and lift v o ii I" voice in song to the heavens. 11 the ave>e the Via Vcneto in Rome, better have a diploma your singing coach. If it •i any street in America, better have a diploma from neighborhood psychiatrist. essence this polarity of re-, describes the Latin and era attitude toward life in according to Dr. Edmund As a member of a SephJewista family who formeresided in Italy and now I his home in Miami, he is in ideal position for making .• risons. fehicle for Expression %  as .i practicing psychiaand a performing opera lr, he is uniquely qualified judgments. Hut Dr. would rather help people iitle their self imposed than make Judgments. Ilike any flood Italian worth cal chords, he just plain I to siny. sic is toe opposite of my which demands self-con restraint and emotional ment." said Dr. Cava. ins complements my work. L a vehicle for expression, ^fclea-e. Through music I l^but my feelings." DR. EDMUND CAVA happy discovery Dr. Cava is a tenor with the Miami Opera Co.. which was founded by Dr. Arturo di Filippi. His first opera was in 1960, when he appeared in •Rigoletto." He has done "La Traviata" and •Andrea Chenier" in a concert performance. And he has been singing regularly ever since. "My musical instruction has IK in absorbed rather than learned," said Dr. Cava. "When I was in the Air Force and stationed in Germany, I became friendly with an Italian composer who had once conducted for Caruso. He gave me many suggestions and helped me improve my voice. Also Dr. Paul Csonka. the great conduct! r from Cuba, who is now with the Miami Opera Co.. has been teaching me. I was never sure I had a voice until the last five years. And. of course, speaking Italian, Spanish and French has been useful in learning parts easily." Growing Sop.'iisficaf ion Dr. Cava feels that Miami is growing up fast musically Now the audience is more sophisticated and sensitive to music. And the musicbeing produced has grown in discipline and caliber. Paul Csonka makes the chorus s uii'i goo i an I .i good chorus makes an opera. The ai tithesi oi the anti-hero made fashionable in Italian films, Dr. Cava applied his lucid blue eyes, his positive thinking and his bon vivant personality to examining music in modern society. "I think the ouinow of music is comparable to a spectrum of colors." he said. "Music means different things to different people. It lends itself to interpre| tation, to subjective response on f the part of the listener. Out of t the emanations oi the orchestra and his own life experiences, the listener constructs a new inner experience. While music is a means of communication it is a vague and nebulous form, subject to deflection on its course from the performer to the receiver." Relaxed Atmosphere Possibly due to his Italian roots. Dr. Cava finds the manners and personality of life ;n sunny Miami most preferable He likes the informal living and dressing, the relaxed atmosphere. His family, which consists of his parents, who are both physTciatTSTantl hf! DTOT.ner u #W* forced to flee the Italian Riviera town of Genoa which was thenhome during the Mussolini era His parents" licenses were revoked, and school was prohibited to him and his brother. While the Cavas found little animosity in the lialian pc71e, ncvcrttA. le the anti-Semitic laws wer< on the boohs anil observed. He remembers the terror of the Italian-Jewish community and their looking to the Vatican for support and protection. And he remembers the Pope's apathy Life in America offers many compensations, and there are many good laws on the books Is there a law. one wonders, against freely lilting one's voice in song? Surely not. Sadly, one realizes that this is a home-made restriction, self-imposed, selfdefeating. It's time to write it off: this advice, from the singei and the psychiatrist. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION NOW REGISTERING FOR NURSERY SCHOOL Ages 3 thru 5 years 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue Transportation Available Open also to Non-members RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SOUTH Itt'.AMI BRANCH 77th Ave. & S.W. 104th St. (iScor Palfiei'o Bypass & So. Dixie Hwv. MAIN SCHOOL 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 31, 1964 NEW MEMBERS WELCOME For Information: Call School Office FR 1-1882 shkcl Feels Nik Won't Urge Arab Tiff JERJJSA.LI M i.l I \ rrmie llnister*Levi Kshkol told Israel's arliament this week that there Ore grounds tor hoping that Sov.•< Premier Khrushchev would not IK-Ourage. the Arabs to resort to ggressran against Israel's naioJIal""firigat.iMi project Winding up a foreign policy do late concerning his visit during fune ajyLJuly to the United States ind France, the Premier said he elt that the Soviets also would efrain from supporting Arab plans "Resigned to prevent our irawing the waters we are en litled' to" from the Jordan River [or the" project. Beauty Group Names Chieftain E. Albert Pallot, chairman of Miami's Beaut if icat ion Committee. _Jias announced appointment of Ann fU'earson, head of feature Events at Burdine's, to handle "Downtown Improvement" lor 1W4-65. -Amting changes looked lor arcnew floral basket, from light polea, removal ol merchandise counters and displays from doorways, plantm, .H new treealong sidew&UBland possible rerouting of t m> ,|u n up extra p trim and He also asserted that Israel could not ignore the fact that Khrushchev had proposed that the principle of rejecting changes by force in present territorial boundaries should apply also to the Middle East, including Israel. The Premier made the statements in reply to opposition party criticism of his description, during his visit to the United States, of some pro-Arab statements made by Khrushchev during a visit to Cairo last May, as "moderate." to continue to supply arms to the Arab countries. lie cited as another reason for his statements on the mat induring his United States visit that he did not want to be Involved in arousing any sharpening between United States and Soviet relations. Replying to another criticism. J he said he had on various occa( sions criticized the "satanic ] works" of the West German scientists and technicians active in the development of advanced He added that TEMPLE OR OLOM HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES to be held at the Air Conditioned WESTBROOKE COUNTRY CLUB 8500 S.W. 8th Street FOR RESERVATIONS and INFORMATION For Temple Or Olom members and non-members CALL CA 1-9131 or Make Reservations in person at Temple Or Olom, 8755 S ,.W. 16 St. j weapons in Egypt. Premier Eshkol added, however. the Israel Government was doing that he had said he was appreeverything possible to persuade hensive. and that he still was. the West German Government to 'concerning the interpretations, prevent its scientists from helping that the Arabs might give to the the Egyptians to perfect destruc Soviet Premier's statements, partive weapons for use against Is%  ticularly since he had promised rael. Nursery Available Junior Services Conducted ROSH HASHONAH SERVICES Sunday, September 6: 6 p.m Monday, Sept. 7: 8 o.m. & 6 p.m. Tueiday, Sept. 8: I a.m. KOL NIDRE Tuesday, September 15: 6 p.m. YOM KIP PUR Wednesday, September 16: 8 a.m. Sunset SAMUEL APRIL, Rabbi NICO FELDMAN, inset i I, Cantor THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA soi MI HOKUM COUNCIL EXTENDS TO ALL OF ITS FRIFNDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WITH, AND TO WORSHIP IN ONE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA. 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Page 14-A *Jenirt flcrfdfaw Friday. August 28 jjj. ^ • i i >ue By MAX LERNER An Open Letter to Barry Goldwater on Extremism in the U. DEAR BARRY GOLDWATER: when c;<>\ Nelson Rockefeller expressed hisense oi shock at your now classic sentence about extremism, you seemed a bit shaken, tried a lew verbal leints. then passed the burden to Rockefeller by asking him to "put down in writing his definition of extremism." Very sensibly the Governor, being a good politician, refused to do your work for you. But since 1 am only a writer and teacher, 1 am happy to try my hand at it. Maybe it will help in the discussion that is now sweeping not only the country, but Europe and Asia as well. First, let us get rid of some lake gambits that you and your lieutenants have tried, and that I do you credit. One 1 call the patriotic war gaml il "Is il exne action," you asked Rockefeller, "foi give their lives in Vietnam?" A soldiei wh lights at Incountry's command, alter a decision made by the President and Congress under the law "l Hie land, is no extremist in any sense that makes sense he is simply a good soldier, How different this is from those no. without any command from the nation and without any respect lor the Constitutional rights or the civil liberties of others, rail against them, defame them, threaten them, seek to silence them. It is a shabby tning, Senator, to wrap the flag of the soldier around such men. It debases the soldier and debases the Hag. Next let US get rid Of the Patrick Hcnrv gambit, which tries to equate the extremists ol todaj with the leaders ol the American Revolution and the Founding Fathers of the nation During the San Francisco debate on the "extremism" amendment to the platform, Sen r Dominick, ol Colorado, tried to mock the Hiii b} reading to the convention what | n anti-Patrick Henrj editorial from *!• oi 1765 Even in terms of convent; a low blow, since the Times didn't exiM u When called on this. Dominick said he would do | csearch and Id the people know. We ari ing for the results, Your Vice Presidential running mate. William -dinii take the same line in explaining y< ing. So does Charles Percy, running lor Govi Illinois, who is unhappy about your sentence I nan Revolution i over, and a defense of Patricl at tindale scarcely deserved all the heavj ei >iu gave the sentence in your speech. And really mean that the John Birchen, the Klat:-' Fascist and Communist crackpots, the memberWhite Citizens Councils are modern versions ol Henry, Sam Adams and Thomas Jefferson'' ft 1 N r L > \ %  1 1 ( I 1 1 '' i %  •t i 1 '.'., i %  "• i 1 K '" H q %  1 I 1 ft 1 I v 1 Hi \mer. 1 %  1 Lr 1 H ii i H His* 1 1 %  iii 1 1 %  Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN An Optha/mo/ogist's Profound Contribution to Zionism VISION: A Biography of Harry Friedenwald by Alexandra Lee Levin. 488 pp. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. S5.00. THE SUBJECT OF this hook was nationally prom' inent as ophthalmologist, as community leader, as historian, as book lover and collector, as Zionist, and as educator. The biography, charmingly written alter enormous research among thousands of papers, traces the personal history ol a noble character, and portrays the several aspects ol an outstanding career. As ophthalmologist, "Dr. Harry" was not only a distinguished practicing clinician, but also Pro(essor ol Ophthalmology, Outside of his profession, Friedenwald was a leader in local and national community affairs. As historian and book lover. he wrote extensively and gathered a unique collection of manuscripts and incunabula. In 1919. alter the victorious British armies had occupied Palestine, upon recommendation of Brandeis and Mack. Friedenwald was chosen by the World Zionist Organization to head the Zionist Commission in Palestine. This was the beginning ol the political organization which subsequently became the Jewish state, it was important that a man of Friedenwaid's stature and character be Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Bnei Israel Case and its Resolution Jerusalem M ORE THAN A hundred mem herol the Bnei Israel community in Israel have staged on one of Jerusalem's main streets ,, sit-in strike— which at the time of writing is entering its third week—and about 2.000 of the country s 8.000 Bnei Israel Jews last v eek converged upon the capital in a demonstration charging discrimination by the Israel Rabbinate. The demonstration was joined by a number of leading Israeli personalities, and the oppositon parties have decided to demand the holding of a special Knesset session to take up the issue. Are the numbers of the Bnei Israel community really being discriminated against? Is the outcry accompanying their protests justified? The Chief Rabbinate vehemently rejects the accusations, and the National Religious Party has charged that the matter is being used as a political weapon and as a means of undermining the authority of the Chief Rabbinate. They point out that, in fact, it v\as the Israel Rabbinate that, two years {O, tnok the bold step to put down the barriers that for hundredof years stood between the Bnei Israel and the rest ol Jewry. To understand the present controversy, one should bear in mind its background which involves the unique history and character of this small c mnity. According to their own tradition, thej came to India from Palestine 2.000 years ago. The first record available dates back to the year 1833 hen an emissary from Safed, Rabbi Shmuel Abbo. reported about the "Jewish tribe" that lived there in ignorance of Jewish laws and customHowever, he had no doubt about their Jewishness and indeed the rabbis of Safed then ruled that they ought to be accepted as full Jews. The Indian Jewish community accepted this ruling but the ban on intermarrying with members of the Bnei Israel remained and was later fortified by a ruling of the rabbis of Jerusalem and of Baghdad. Their reason was the Bnei Israel's disi jard of the marriage and divorce laws; specifically, they did not formally divorce their wives, thereby raising the possibility of bastardy. The Bnei Israel Jews admitted that their marriage and divorce customs differed from those generally practiced by Jews, but claimed that their divorced or widowed women were never permitted to remarry >o that the question of bastardy was not relevant. The problem took on an acute form when several thousand of the Bnei Israel community moved to Israel. Unlike India, where they lived seprated from the main body of the Indian Jewish community, here the question ol intermarriage arose soon alter their arrival. As We Were Saying: By K03ERT E. SEGAL Dismay About the Vanishing American Jaw QUR PUNDITS HAVE been pondering V the case of the vam-hing Jew for t f** i ral months now. and this languid B summer season is perhaps best for stop! ding to reflect on the various specula| turns bringing forth this sad-to-contemplate possibility. (ine doesn't recall at the moment whether it started with the article in Look or with publication of a studyindicating that whereas we are now perhaps 3 per cent of the population of the United States, we probably will be less than 1 per cent of same by the turn of the century. (Our low birth rate and tendency to melt into the fast-growing, non-religious or other-religious general population suggest that just as we number 5.500.000 now, 90 shall we number 5.500,000 in 2000.) Nor does the fact that American Jews today are more than 40 times as plentiful as American Quakers assuage the pain for ,-ome who fear the worst for Jewry. But the Friends have always done extremely well aa small hand, and that should be some comfort. It dues not take much looking around to leanI Ihini are changing for us, Intermarriage, assimilation, affluence, and an abundance of oppor unities without ilie traditional impediments of discrimination have helped—so the woe-criers say-to bring us to the near-vani-'ung point The living is easy, the pains ol adjustment as American immigrants are behind us, the uri e to conform is well-nigh irresistible, and the path of exit from Jewish life and the Jewish community is poorlv guarded. At the heart of our dismay is the speed with which many young people are casting loose from Jewish moor.ngs. if there is an honorable reason for this, perhaps :t is that young people everywhere now are committed to the great universal—peace, justice, charitv love of neighbors and mankind. In their haste to embrace the magnificent verities, such particularisms as a Jewish f^ith, ritual, discipline, parochialism strike them as one i.iorc lock to be broken. on the spot to deal with the British author:'; ihr one hand, with the disorganized Jewish tlements on the other, and to lav the founds t oi the lutiire Commonwealth. Significant measure ol the man it is the dui tinprior io the ostabli>hmcnt of the L. ol Nationprior to the British Mandate in to establish the Jewish national home, prio; to ih'.' decision ol the victorious allies in San i; in April in 1920, prior to the treaty of Sevres, pri r lo ihe conclusion of peace with German) VII i'i his friends knew Friedenwald as a 1> i'd. cultured, kindly, generous, human being. e-t ano tolerant of the win. of others, he St to hiconvictions, Thus, when the American ish I n m it tee declined to Join in the first "A ican Jewish Congress, he severed bis members v Men ;.i the organization of Dropsie College inCyrus Adler, differed I ment h•• terminated hirelationship. I ll. dassah will be fascinated to aid profoundly influenced th< M Functioning of that orgamzal The author leave.no room for misunderst •' "' %  Id ir: mainspring oi Friedenw i I deep si nse "I dutj as a member • He was conscious oi the i I therebj Such people were "chi to fcllov the oath.ol righteousness.—Outsl rev ^w by Rcbert Szold. Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN IF THE UNITED STATES we. in a situation in which it needed aid from ;a country dominated by Birch?rs. t would be ineligible for succor since it would come under the Birchite formula that no Socialist or Communist country is deserving of mercy. Crazy? Per hapBut that is the only conclusion to ue drawn from a recent piece in the %  a*. Biuhite journal, American Opinion. According to the publication's ••scoreboard" the rate of Communist Influence in the United States is rupidiv reaching the over 70 per cent mark, a development whic' would automatically exclude the U.S. from aid under the Birihites formula if they were the rulers of the world coffers Nor does Israel fare better with the Kirche .. In Ihe Birchers { uh] on v (|( ,, ( (t a CommunIsl nfhl ence ol between io and do per cent, but now. they whim%  50 and 70 per cent, which puts Israel Pan: ith the s How they arrived at '"" '• %  l TSe. one of the mysteries that B'rch movement itseli Israel has not '"' >an .w., or three Communist '"> %  oiu 120-sea Parliament. Sureta the Birchite* ^M;;,. mthmetical measurement of their own '""' h '8her score for Israel, vavthe Birchite Ibeel %  1:!, 7,' 8 !" !" ber of developments, amongthe -thev "'man. oi participation in efforts to i nc „e race Jjrm Africa in conformity with the Communist pur hi '""> arVhardbcoS f" rthriil on f,chl fighttng phantoms' """Patent to complain against 'hov^re'-'XtronedV" 0 ^^ B t ,h <<'hat moiopolfzed noKS JZ a f Sot,aIis clique which has ish colonization P* W fr m *• rl >' *W >


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August 28. 1964 vJewisti fkridlilciiin Page 7-A k Reaffirms Neutrality in Politics YORK (JTA) Topders "i the Zionist Orol America this week %  ihs -strictly non-parti. L| nd ni the organization and f. iticall) uncommitted" p<>in tii • (inrent national elecCampaign. They emphasised h le American Zionists as |c als exercise their rights Izens and vote tor candidates Hr preference, the Zioni-t orption as such "neither supnor opposes either of the Eparties." \t policy was set forth at the gession of a two-day meeting national executive council ZOA. its ruling body beannual conventions, at the Biltmore. by Dr. Max Nuss, of Hollywood. Calif., presi%  01 the ZOA; and Dr. Emanuel Bi,:' M member of the Ameriection of the Jewish Agency hive, and honorary president lie ZOA. Several hundred Bt leaders from all parts of Hcmmtry attended. Jacques Hyner. of New York, chair| of the national executive •odlfil. pr. 'sided. A guest speaker Ms l.ouiPincus. treasurer of *lBeui>li Agency for Israel, now •n "J \i-it to this country. Dr. Nu'sbaum, in his address, awertt'd that "from the very beghmi'.T of the struggle for the retablishment of a Jewish State in Palestine, our cause has received the wholehearted suppWt of leaders of both major parti.. Every president of the United States, from Woodrow Wilton to President Johnson, has pefclicly voiced approval of the •atablishment of a Jewish national homeland. "oth lloiiM-oi ihe L'.S. Congress, in joi.it re-oliitions adopted on several occasions, unanimously eBdorscd the cau-e of a Jewish State, and both the Democratic' and Republican parties al their W conventions since 1914 incorporated a plank favoring the cause of a : JJ%trish State in their platform. Thus, Israel has always had friends on both sides of the Amer[ ican political life. The American I Zionist movement has always been non-parti-.in Its vast membership is comprised of adherents of both parties and votes for the candidate •f their choice." Dr. Neumann, in his address, underscoring the adherence of the ZOA to its tradition of non-partisanship, further stressed that '% a Zionist organization, we are concerned specifically with nurturing American-Israel friendship." He assorted that "it is well to hear in mind that friendship and support for Israel has long been the tra litional policy ol the Unittes. firmly based on bi-partipport. and a wide consensus erican opinion." Dr. Neufurther said that, "as citiP fjflt we have our preference, and izens it is our duty to regisTHIS IS NEWS' !HYPAY4'*OR5%? KABBI MAX NUSSBAUM widespread support ter our convictions; but as ai. organization we neither support not oppose either of the major parties." | I While Dr. Nussbaum expressed regret that for the first time since 1944 no direct reference to Israel was made in the Republican plank, the ZOA president also pointed out that the plank reaffirmed the pledge contained in the 1960 plank of the party. That plank committed the Republican Party to "continue to support the integrity and independence of all the states of that area including Israel and the Arab States." lie voiced the hope that "the leaders of the Republican Party, recognizing the comity of interesl between America and Israel and that the security ol Israel is interlinked with the future of democracy in the free world, will soon augment their plank with an official statement clarifying their po-ition in an unequivocal manner that will demonstrate to the nation their traditional base of friendship toward Israel." Torczy.ier, who presided, voiced gratilication at what he called "a sobering attitude among American Jewry in relation to the forthcoming session of the Ecumenical Council in Rome." He pointed to the statements of religious leaders of two distinct denominations of American Jewry—Rabbi Leon Peuer, head of the Reform Rabbinate, and Rabbi Joseph Solovichik. leader of Orthodox Jewry, who urged the adoption of "an attitude of dignity and reserve in regard to the relations between Jews and the Catholic Church." He heartily supported the viewpoint of these leaders that the responsibility for the elimination of anti-Semitism is the responsibility of the Catholic Church without "prodding" on the part of Jews. He also charged that antiSemitism is again on the upsurge in West Germany, asserting that officers of the West German army are using anti-Semitic in* vectives in the training of new recruits. He also urged the sending of a Zionist mission to Latin America, to meet with Latin American Jews on the problems of anti-Semitism in those .-yntries. I S, Turover, of Washington. national convention chairman of the ZOA, announced the program tor the forthcoming 67th annual ci mention of the organization, which will be held at the Hotel vVillard in Washington, beginning Oct. 1 through Oct. 4. He announced that the convention will be addressed by outstanding leaders of both Demoera" ic and Republican parties, as we' as by distinguished leaders of the world Zionist movement and Israel. Yiddish Writer Dies at 77 TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Funeral services were held here Sunday for Abba Gordin, prominent Yiddish writer and poet, who died last weekend at the age of 77. Born in Poland, the son of Rabbi Yehuda Leib Gordin of Lomze. Abba Gordon was one of the veteran anarchists during the early clays of the Russian revolution. 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