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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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'"Jewish Fknridian
ie 37 Number 38
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 18, 1964
Two Sections Price 2'.i
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Nasser Bid for OK to Move Troops
To Any Arab Country Fails Heavily
NO ARAB T'AU-TABlc" IAID DOWN AT SUV MIT PAfH M-fl
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CARDINAL BtA
hope In his approach
I ONDON iJTA) Recurrent
,\i. b ri\ alri appei red to i:i\ _
bit eked Eg; | Can D (tator Na
ser's bid for po\ r to move troops
;,i any \: ab country in the Arab
Israel Jordan Rivei w sti r disp ite
according to pports I om the Alex
andria "sumn it" meeting of 13
Arab League member nations,
A series "I contradictory announ
cements emc sod from the confei
ence on the issi e. Initially, the an-
nounced goal had been i<> give
Marshal Aly Amer. the Egyptian
who heads the unilied Arab com-
mand to fight Israel, authority to
move troops under his com
to any Arab countrj to counter an
Israeli rip si
The possibility of such a ri-
poste stemrtiv'l from Arab p'ans
to divert lr:butaries in their
countries :' the Jon'in River
and thus deny its waters to is-
rael. Israel Has been developing
a massive wafer carrier system
to irrigate i*s southern area by
tapping the Jordan River
through Lake Tiberias, Jordan
ximenical Council Session On;
wish Issue Provokes Interest
also has been tapping th? same
river for an irrigation project.
Initially, the Alexandria confi r
ence apparently appri \'.'.I a
olution giving Marshal Amer au
thority to move Arab military for-
ces to other Arab countries "in
c ise ol war." lint later, it .i|>
peared thai Lebanon, queasy about
the idea ol K lyptian troops on its
soil, had qualified thai righl by
specifying thai its government lirst
had to consul! its Parliamenl on
such ii move. Another problem
was tliiii both Jordan and Lebanon
are basically equipped with Wes
tern armaments, while Egypt has
Soviet-made weapons. The Nasser
plan apparently would have tied
the Jordanian and Lebanese weap-
ons systems into the Soviet types.
The 13
spend up
Arab rulers agreed to
lo sI4.oou.ihm) annuallj
lo stren [then the forces comma
' irs u Amer, a trivial -
by Ihi si ni modi
weapons.
ident-Elect Charles Halo
Lebanon, warned against pren
ture execution of the headw
divt rsion plan through construe!
d! a dam in Jordan. He insis
thai only Egypt was strong enough
to Fight Isra l and thai Jord
Lebanon and Syria mighl have I i
I car the brunl r( an Israeli ati
"before the Egyptians had time"
in defeal Israel. He said the other
Ai ab states musl help Lebanon
supplying arms presumably nol
lol Soviet make before the Ai ib
water diversion plan was put into
effect.
Marshal Amer asserted thr
large-scale Isiaeli attacks would
Continued on Page 6-A
IBIS COMMENDATION
fonist Students
iove to Help
llack Jews'
ILINTON, Conn. c.ITA) A
tllltion pledging Jewish stu-
iis in this country to aid the
|cj:ratiiin oi the go-called "Black
in the United States into
eneral Jewish community was
Dpi,m| here this week at the con-
kion oi the llth annual con
m:m iii the Student Zionist Or-
lization.
abbi M II. Paris, of New
Irk. a leader of the "Black
airs," commended the students
Ki their resolution, stating that
Bis was the tirst time a national
Bv sh organization bad issued
specific statement on !hc prob-
Bm faced by the "Black Jews "
said i bey have encountered
bficulties in being accepted into
irious Jewish educational and
Ipeial institutions in this country.
The convention, attended by
i 300 students from 125 campuses,
adopted another resolution, urg-
j ing American students to or-
Continued on Page 16-A
ROME (JTA) The "revis
ed" draft of the document on the
attitude oi the Catholic Church to-
wards the Jewish peoplewhich
provoked great dissatisfaction
among Jewsisby no means fin-
al. Vatican circles declared here
Monday a! the opening of the
third session of the Ecumenical
Council at which the draft comes
up lor discussion.
The session, which opened at
Ihe Vatican on Monday with more
than 2.400 cardinals and bishops
from all parts of the woikI. is
expected to lace strong opposition
acainsl the revisions in the draft
on the part of the liberal wing of
the Council which constitutes a
lame majority of the priestly par-
ticipants. However, the possibil-
ity also exists that the approxi-
mately 500 members of the Coun-
cil who constitute the conserva-
tive wing may manipulate to keep
the Jewish issue from being de-
bated openly, thus weakening the
stand of the liberals.
Vatican circles indicated that
a debate on the "revised" draft
could bring substantial changes
i in the proposed text, and may
Continued on Page 10-A
$1,750,000 Spent Last Year
For Anti Israel Propaganda
Italian Cathedral Removes
Ritual Murder Depiction
NEW YORK (JTA) Arab,
and anti-Israel propaganda agen-
cies In the United States have
-pent a total of Sl.73U.O0O during,
the past year to finance propa-
ganda against Israel among all
segments of the American people.
ncluding university campuses, it
was reported here by Rabbi Philip
s. Bernstein, chairman of the
American Israel Public Allans
Committee. He spoke at Hie an-|
Imial installation rally of Knai
Zion, American fraternal Zionist
order, held ai the New York llil-
lon Hotel.
In contrast to this expenditure.
Rabbi Bernstein emphasized, the
sum of only $146,000 was spent
bj the American Israel Public
Affairs CommHte* to disseminate
factual inhumation on events tn
Israel and the Middle East. The
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee, with headquarters in
Washington. D.C., conducts public
action aimed at maintaining and
improving friendship and good*
will between the l S. and Israel,
he said.
In a breakdown of expendi-
tures in the past year by Arab
anc" anti-Israel agencies in this
country. Rabbi Bernstein, a
Continued on Page 3-A
ROME (JTA) The Diocese
ni TrentO, in northern Italy, has
started the removal from the
Trento Cathedral of pictures and
sculptures depicting the alleged
ritual murdet by Jews of a Chris-
tian boySimon of Trent500
years ago, it was reported here
this week.
The disappearance In 1475 of
Simon Unverdorben, a three-year
old child, before Passover ol thai
year, touched off false rumors
that he had been killed by Trento
.lews for use of his blood for their
Passover meal. The Jews of
rtento were forced to "confess"
Ihe alleged crime by unspeakable
tortures, and were Ihen executed
by burning and beheading,
A papa! bull of June 20, 1478,
confirmed the handling of the
Trento Jews as "proper" and
beatified the boy as a martyr.
Worship of the embalmed body
of the boy in "his" chapel con-
tinued with worshippers ob-
serving the pictures and sculp-
Continued on Pao 7 A
Food Aid Amendment Loses
Eloquent Plea by Rusk
New Anti-Semitic Book in USSR
NEW YORK(JTA)A new book
Frankly anti Semitic in character.
Iccusing .lews of 'actual or po
fcntial" disloyalty to the USSR,
luating "rabbis and Zionists,"
Charging thai the Jewish religion
'alien to the Soviet spirit," and
bating that some .lews bake and
[sell mat/.oth for the sole purpose
[of making large profits, was is-
pued m the Soviet Union this slim-
ier, it was revealed here.
The book, entitled "Comempor-
ary Judaism and Zionism," was
displayed here at a press confer
ence iield by Label A. Katz. pres-
ident of B'nai Brith. Published
last June by the Slate Publishing
House ol the Moldavian SSR, at
Kishinev, the work shows that its
author is I-". S Mayalsky. Exports
on Soviet affairs have identified
Mayatsky as a well known Com-
munist propagandist specialising
in anti-Jewish writings.
Mayatsky's book, selling for only
11 kopecks fl2 cents) and frankly
intended for Ihe general reading
public," was issued at the very
time that leaders of the Soviel
Communist Party announced an
Official ban on a previously issued
anti-Semitic war. "Judaism With-
out Embellishment."' published by
the Academy of Science in Kiev.
Contemporary Judaism and
Zionism."" said Mr. Katl in show-
Continued on Page 9-A
To
WASHINGTON (JTA A
last minute appeal by Secretary
Of Slat'- Mean Rusk was one Of
Ihe factors 'bis week in the de-
feat in the House of an amend-
ment to force severance of rurther
food for Peace assistance t the
United Arab Republic.
The amendment had been offer-
ed bj Hep Oliver Bolton. Ohio
Republican, who said he fell the
time bad come to cut "it further
United states surplus commodities
to the Nasser regime because that
regime was undermining regional
peace and stability, it was de-
feated when a substitute amend-
ment was approved which was Of-
fered by Hep. James Roosevelt,
California Democrat, with admin-
istration support. The substitute
was adopted. 117 to 113.
The Roosevelt amendment
Continued on Page 7-A
P. 1ANIIS ffOOSEVElT
substitute omendment


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:^ng people's service held on Wednesday afternoon.
:.nd Sail have conducted the service ior the past
_-. Holtzman, in addition to being a member oi the
Directors of Temple Ner Tamid, is clso president of
;~ Optimist Club.
150,000 Spent Last Year
Anti Israel Propaganda
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advisor on Jewish' af-
> the U.S. Army Com-
rs in Europe, reported
minimum of $186,000 was
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Irfjidi Community Center.
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til < n Monday. 7:30 p.m.
leer. EstJjDirfiS Will have the
Knight conferred upon
[ in honor of Sam Horowitz
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ur wjfl follow.
ry Elton, membership chair-
launcKing a new member-
in\e. invites residents of the
Irie. Bal Harbour and Bay
Di ands area to the meet-
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ind i .i preside.
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II WoshinqttMi Ave.. Miami Bch.
JE 1-1969 534-0271
church forums; over 51,000,000
tax exemptwas spent by the
pro-Arab American Friends of
the Middle East in Washington.
This group works in business
circlet and also provides Arab
students for indoctrination in the
colleges and universities of the
land. Over $26,000 wa spent by
the so-called Palestine Arab Dele-
gation that functions chiefly at
the United Nations. In addition.
Kabbi Bernstein listed the anti-
Zionist American Council for Juda-
ism, which spent, last year, over
S3M.Q00.
The meeting marked the installa-
tion of Edward Sharf as newly-
elected president of Unai Zion, as
well as other national officers and
members of the administrative
committee and executive board.
The installation ceremonies were
presided over by the outgoing
president Norman G. Levine. State
Supreme Court .lust ice Arthur
Markewich presided.
In his address. Rabbi Bernstein
warned that American Jewry is
"in a race between assimilation
and meaningful survival." He
emphasized that "Jewish cultura
survival is important not only to
Jews but to mankind."
Keating Urges UN Gather Info on Criminals
NEW YORK UTA) Sen.. and in the Soviet Union where failure and denied the basic rights
Kenneth B. Keating. New York jcws are scapegoats for economic 'of religious practice."
Republican, urged this week that---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
the United Nations establish a I
special subeommission to collect
and process Information on Nazi
war criminals who have escaped
trial by fleeing to other countries.
Addressing a luncheon meeting
here of the United Jewish Appeal
cf Greater New York, he also urg-
ed the West German Government
to consider seriously "an indefi-
nite extension of the statute of
limitations on crimes against
humanity."
Contending that the UN "should
Involve itself further in combat-
ing anti-Semitism," the Senator
warned that "many regimes Still
hope to gain political support by
abusing Jewish minorities." For
that reason, he told the UJA lead-
ers, the UN initiative he was pro-
posing was "not only practicable
and desirable; it is a moral neces-
sity."
Asserting that "the pernicious
doctrines and practices of anti-
Semitism are still alive in some
parts of the world today." he said
that 'hundreds of Nazi war crim-
inals undoubtedly remain at large
and unpunished."
He said anti-Semitism and neo-
nazism are nourishing in the Mid-
dle East where Arab children are
, laugh! 10 hate Jews and Arab sol-
diers prepare to threaten Israel,
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Town Hall Forum, formerly the
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Town Hall. SW 62nd Ave. and
9th St.
Topic for the evening "School
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will follow.
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finalize agreement with Scmerfin. Miami Beach photographer
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radcaraernad prerequisite of lbs rafigkai e o: -- rr.---;or newspaper and certainly at
this time of the year, when sories of the kind
published las: weekend seem deliberately to
compromise the highest purpose of the Jewish
Holy Days.
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The Flagging Jewish Spirit
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nent lectureship in Yiddish and Hebrew at the
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Dutch experience. There is a vaxt Yiddish
secular literature that developed out of the
earliest days of the Jewish Enlightenment in
nineteenth century Eastern Europe.
The University of Amsterdam, recognizing
the significance oi this body of culture to the
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toward our existence appears 'to be les>er.in.. M :< more
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LEnERS TO THE EDITOR
Thine Enemies Shall be Found Liars'
%):. living Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, dis-
uses plans tor the forthcoming installation services with
jiewly-elected officers of the Temple's Junior Congregation.
Left to nght are Susan Epstein, secretary; Olivia Levin, vice
president; and Ralph Mizrahi, president. Rabbi Lehrman will
^r.^tall the officers in the main sanctuary at Temple Emanu-El
Ion Saturday morning. Junior Congregation services, con-
ducted by the children, are held each Saturday and on holi-
Cays in the Assembly Hall of the 17th Street school building.
[emple Judea Rabbi Explains New
'edagogic Technique in Religion School
EDITOR, Th-? Jewish Floridian
For many w< eks now, our largest
daily, alongside the Friday announ-
cements <>i oui synagogues, has
carried the advertisement of a
Christian group in something of a
.1 ov\ i- li disguise calling itself Con-
ation Beth Yeshua "Congre-
gation of the House ol Jesus."
They have announced High Holy
Day services : i algous with ours
Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. l
can think of how the Catholic
Church was in former times pla-
gued by mockers of its liturgy
which came to he called the Black
Mass. We appear to have a sim-
ilar parallelism. The voice and the
clothing are a counterfeit of Ja-
cob's.
A late ad of these people car-
ries in bold letters, "Of whom
does the Prophet speak? Isaiah
' 53:6, 'All we like sheep have
gone astray; we have turned ev-
eryone to his own way; and the
Lord hath laid on him the in-
iquity of us all'."
A Jew should be able to take up
the challenge and to answer them
.Icwishly. against a Jewish back-
ground. As is the custom of mis-
sionizers, a verse is lifted Irom
context in the Old Testament, and
[lung at us. In its setting, enough
appears t>> make the presentation
dishonest as far as it goes.
Isaiah was not divided into
chapters and verses originally. Not
until at least a niillenium later was
this achieved. Any careful read
er will discover, and commentaries
will confirm him. that Isaiah S3 is
part of a meat vision which I
at what is now chapter 40. "Com-
fort ye. comfort ye my people,
sailh your Cod." These are the
times when Cyrus the Persian ap-
peared, conquering the Babylon-
ians.
The comforting tidings Isaiah
was to announce to Israel -Jacob.
the Jews, is tiiat their captivity
was ending. They were soon to be
sent to their Holy Land. The period
is about 536 BCE. "Depart ye. de-
part ye. go from thence.'' sings the
prophet llsaiah 52:11; Cyrus is
named in Isaiah 44:28, 45:1).
Isaiah in this great canto some-
times refers to all the Hebrews in
the plural, sometimes as in the
singular, "Ye are my witnesses,
saith the Lord, and my servant'
(43:10). The many become the one
personified: "Vet now hear. O Ja-
cob my servant, and Israel whom
1 have chosen" (Isaiah 44:1).
Isaiah must have been proph-
esying the release of the Jews
long before '336 BCE. He as
triumphantly, "Who hath belis
ed our rspor:?" (Isaiah 53:1
What report but what has bee l
told the Jews by this proph--
that they woutd be freed? h ;
s;: aks of a regenerated and fo
given people, "I, even I, am H !
that blotteth out thy ti ansgre
ions" (Isaiah 43:25).
All that Isaiuh speaks of has
curred before time; the dividi -
line may he said to be 536 BC '.
Isaiah ;>:: speaks of matters wh
happened before then. "The I.'
hath laid." verse 6. is in the |
tense. There is no futurity,
"shall" in it, or in other verses
the chapter.
My Hook denounces that the)
tempt against us. "0 Israel .
thine enemies shall be found li
unto thee" (Deut. 33:29).
DAVID B. TRYP-;:
Miami Beach
Dov Chapter Party
Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Worn
will hold a Sukkolh party on W
nsday, 1 p.m., in the Sukkah
Congregation Beth El. Ral
Solomon Schiff will be guest. Tra
tional refreshments will he ~t
cd.
In addition to remodeled rooms
tnd a new teaching staff. Temple
ludea Religious School is intro-
ducing a new approach to Jewish
lueation this year initiated by
labhi Morris A. Kipper, new spiri-
tual leader of the Temple.
Rabbi Kipper, assisted by Mrs
ieorge Baum, Education Commit-
c e chairman, has also compiled a
;'s Manual" and is plan-
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older philosophy of religious
education establishes a list of
subjects that each child must
learn, and then employs peda-
gogic techniques in order to
transfer the material U the
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Israel Anting Tcp Nations
At Attunk Energy Confab
*.-<-;i*
ir.r.'g a special program foi the services at
triple Beth Sholom on Friday, Oct. 9, are
Lse ,-nembers of the Beth Sholom Temple
kuth. Reading (left to right) are Gordon Kra-
r. regional member of the Southeastern Fed-
9tion of Temple Youth; Cece Cohen, mem-
f oi the National Federation of Temple
luth: Ira Diener, president of the Beth Sho-
lom qroup; Helene Davis, recording secretary;
Steve Krams. technical advisor; and Stewart
Hershey, treasurer. The young people attend-
ed the Southeastern Federation of Temple
Youth and National Federation of Temple
Youth Camps this summer. They study under
the guidance of Rabbi Leon Kronii.h, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom.
W Aid to Egypt Ban is Beaten
STNEVA fJTAv y-ri'l i-
concentrating its nuclear energy
research on combining natural
uranium with heavy water in a
search for means of utilizing
uranium as it occurs in nature.
Dr. Ernest D. Bergmann. director
of the Israel Atomic Energy
Commission, declared here this
week. i
Dr. Bergmann, who is chairman
of the substantial Israeli delega-
tion to the third International
; Conference on the Peaceful Uses
uf Atomic Energy, now in session
here under United Nations au-
gpices, made the disclosure in a
statement on Israel's activities in
the field. Uranium, the key
I material in nuclear energy pro-
> duction. must undergo a complex
and costly refining process for
use in making such energy.
thai tlM* fereace was i<--
lal interest to Israel because it
was "about to enter the field of
larj e atomic reactor-, especially
ior desalting sea water."
Among the subjects treated in
the Israeli papers are new meth-
ods for removal of nitric acicH
trom waste products of reactors,
the Chemistry of elements higher
than uranium which have become
available through operation of re-
actors, and the theory m last re-
altors fueled with plutonium. Dr.
Bergmarm said that successful
combination ol natural uranium
and heavy water would yield Plu-
tonium as a by-product.
Cn-'*nued !'on Page 1-A
..:: : .he Piesident to make
! d< t -nvroticn that any na-
Ln receiving P.L. 480 assist-
(ce wn not an aggressor in a
jilitary sense against any na-
kfl hoving diplomatic relations
Ith tt* United States, and that
'die! not use any United States
nds for purposes inimical to
nited States foreign policy. It
Ikes r.ct specifically name the
niteci Arab Republic.
flop. Roosevelt said that be-
u-,' I ;-, amendment "does not
Lgle o.it or name any nation"
voult! not "tie the hands of the
Bsident."
ater, Rep. Roosevelt explain-
privately he prepared his sub-
jtute alter the Secretary of
Lte's fppeal and because he
tied if- Bolton anti-Nasser move
would bo eliminated in the com-
ing, joint House-Senate confer-
ence on the bill, because it went
too far. He thought his own anti-
aggression clause would be retain-
ed, and serve as the best avail-
able restraint of Nasser under the
circumstances.
Representatives Leonard Farb-
stein. Benjamin S. Rosenthal, and
William Fitts Ryanall New York
Democratsargued against the
the Roosevelt substitute. They
contended that Nasser had gotten
away with too much and that the
only effective move was a manda-
tory aid severance measure like
the Bolton amendment.
Rep. Farbstein argued in the
House that the Roosevelt meas-
ure was no different from a pro-
vision in last year's foreign aid
bill, which the State Department
has failed to implement.
Rep. Rosenthal opposing the;
Roosevelt move, said that "by no
torturing of language can the
United Arab Republic be called a
friendly nation." Rep. H. Ft.
Cross, Iowa Republican, said the
i
Roosevelt substitute was "virtual-
ly meaningless." Rep. Ryan said
there was no evidence that the
State Department did anything to
implement previous anti-aggies-
slOfl clauses affecting Nasser.
Rep. Charles Joelson, New Jersey
Democrat, took a leading role in
the fight against the Bolton
amendment.
Dr. Bergmann also reported
that six of the II papers by Is-
raeli scientists, accepted by the
scientific secretariat of the Unit-
ed Nations conference, will be
presented orally. Five of the
Israeli papers are included in
the official archives without
readirg.
Those papers will seek to pre
sent the program of research in
Israel in the field of reactor
physics and technology and rclat-
ed subjects, a program which Is
rael expects to provide the basis
lor future large-scale reactor de-
velopment. Dr. Bergmann said
Food Company
Names Executive
Walter E Butler, food broker,
wholesale grocer and institution-
al specialist, has been appointed
! vice pre>ident of Erwin R. Stern
| Associates. Inc.
He has had 20 years of experi-
j ence with a major food broker,
: .1. A. Plain Brokerage Co., ot
Cleveland, O.. and before that was
sales representative with William
\ Edwards. Wholesale Grocer, alsi>
, of Cleveland.
Butler will take over the insti-
tutional department of Erwin R.
Stern Associat-s and be respon-
sible lor all its sales. His tern-
t tv will extend through Southeast
riorida from Vero Beach to Key
West.
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Continued from Page 1-A
|ures showing Simon's alleged
nurdr by the Jews.
In recent years, the chapel con-
fining this medieval horror story;
las been opened "only" once aj
lear Fifteenth century rabbis j
laced a ban on Trento and its ter-
ritory, to last as long as the ritual
nurder libel was continued. The
..ctures will be transferred to a
huseum to remind future genera-
tions of Italy's dark ages.
The stained glass of Simons
martyrdom" will be replaced by
one of Moses. In the chapel it
self, a statue of the late I'ope
John XXIII will symbolize the
new era of Catholic-Jewish rela-
tions. Many leading Jewish. Cath-
olic and Protestant personalities
'had sought during the past een-
I tury to have the ancient charge
| retracted, and the material in the
Cathedral removed. _
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ifhcers of the) newly-formed Youth Group at
...ole Nor Tzrr.id meet to discuss plans with
-ow sta:.i:ng (left to right) Dale Regent,
bhc.rmcn of the group; Rabbi Eugene Labo-
fitz, spiritu-I '.ender of Ner Tamid, and Bruce
fhchman. ecu:ation director. Next row are
Larry Ben.es. :--.r.irman of the Sports Commit-
Itee; Michae'. Moses, parliamentarian; Lloyd
Sukkoth Services
Siegendorf, treasurer; Phillip Florentine, vice
president in charge of publicity; Wayne
Prichason, vice president in charge of pro-
gramming; Mike Levine, vice president in
charge of membership; and Alan Felsot, cor-
responding and recording secretary. Seated
(bottom row) is Richard Belitsy, president.
throughout the sukkoth observ-
ance on Monday and Tuesday,
Sept 21 and 22. Firxt day ser
vices, at 8:30 a.m.. will include
a sermon on "The Message of
Sukkoth in an Atomic Age." Mill-
cha i* at G p.m.. followed by
Rabbi Ever'S sermon
during 8 :30 a.m. services on Tues-
day will be "SukkothPeriod oi
kkoth, subject is joy and Contemplation." Kiddush
both days, evening and noon, will
I), held in the Temple Sukkah.
Continued from Preceding Page
horning sen Sukkoth ob-
servance will ushered in on
Bund: y. Sept :it <>:15 p.m.
feasl of Tal will continue
be celebi ite n Mom!: > and
l iesday, So I 2! id 22. at !t a.m..
v.ith Rabbi er officiating
i. first day ill "Hut or Home."
Second daj
rWorid in 'I

livered by Rabbi Labovitz the first
morning. Second day topic will
he "The Holiday of Happiness."
Cantor Breeh will chant the musi-
cal portions of all services.
.le ular S. '' services at
[Temple Sinai of North Dade, 1480
EKE 123rd St.. le conducted on
t'riday at B I n with Rabbi
I Daniel M. 1.- j sermon topic to
bi '-The Chal oi the Wild-
Weekend and holiday services at
Cmgreoat'on Beth El, 500 SW 17th
Ave., will be conducted by Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, Friday evening
observance j> slated for 6 p.m.
erness." Liti music will be During Saturday morning services
Hing ly Cant Gale and the at 8:30 a.m., Rabbi Schiff will
Temple Sii accompanied -peak on "Witnessing Divine Pow-
I mist. During er Study class. 5 15 p.m
bj l!y fried.
Saturday at 11 a.m.,
Mark, son I nd Mrs. Harold
Wiei er, will Mitzvah, with
Rabbi Lowj iting. Sukkoth
tamily set \. e slate [or
Sundi y. Sept t 7 p m
l r da; eve:: rvices al Agu-
dath Israei Hebrew Institute,
Carl le A eld al ,; m.,
will be i Sab
bath, Durin \ rdaj morning
.u s 31
Rabbi Is will spi
"The Porti i La Min-
cha it 6 p.n e I b> VI
will com weekend ser-
vices. Eve i Feasl ol Tab
ernacles will served on Sun-
daj .it 6 p.m Rabbi Ever will
be followed by Mincha, Sukkoth
will be ushered In on Sunday.
aept, 20, at fi p.m Observance
v ,|| be continued on Monday and
iy, Sept, 21 and 22, at 8:30
B m Rabbi Schiff's sermon the
hist morning will be "Gratitude
or our Blessings." On tlu sec
nd di y, his topic will be "A Weak
!'. otli With Strong Roots
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and
ml ii' Saul II. Breeh will officiate
during the Sukkoth holiday at
Temple Ner Tamid, Tilth St. and
Carlyle Ave. Services will be ush
ere I in on Sunday, Sept. 20. at 6
p m., continuing through Monday
and Tuesday. Sept. 21 and 22.
starting at 8:4.'> a.m. The Clouds
Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue, 1532 Washington Ave
will hold weekend services slari-
illg Friday at (i p.m. and Saturday
> 30 a 10. Dr. Tibor II. .stern will
deliver his first sermon as rabbi
11 the syn igogue during the morn
ing services, choosing as his sub
ject, "The Listening Post of
God." Mincha at G p.m.. follow-
ed by Seudah, Mill conclude the
day's services. Lulov and esrog
will be provided to worshippers
during the congregation's holiday
ibservances in the Sukkah. Suk-
koth Mill bo^in on Sunday, Sept.
IQ, at 6 p.m., continuing on Mon-
day and Tuesday, Sept. 21 and 12.
.,1 8:30 a 111. Sermon on Mondaj
k, slated a- "The lint That is
Palace with Peace in It." Tues-
daj subject Mill be "Happiness
is Togetherness."
Oneg Shabbat Mill follow Fri-
day services at Temple B'nai
Sholom, 16800 NW -'2nd Ave., with
!\ bbi s Max Machtei sp al
,,,-, fabei or Mobile Homes
i, ing the 8:30 p.m. obsei irance
Mikknth services v. ill be held on
Monda; and Tuesday, 8 : m., with
Rabbi Machtei conducting the
holiday services. Cantor Abraham
Reisman will chant the litur
portion of all sen ice-
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky and Cantor
Louis Cohen will officiate during
the holiday observances. During
Monday. Sept. 21. 8 a.m. services
Rabbi Swirsky's sermon topic Mill
be "The Four Species." Evening
.services are slated for 6:30 p.m.
Second day services. Tuesday.
Sept. 22. will be at 8 a.m.. with
a sermon on "Sunset and Dawn."
Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
131 NE 19th St.. will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m., with
liabin Morris W. Graff discussing
"Making ChoiceA sign ot Mat-
urity." Festival ol Suxkoth will
,;e celebrated throughout the
fteek. On Sunday, Sept. ), at 5:30
p.m., a holiday suppei for the
children and parents will be fol-
lowed bj religious services at 7:30
,i m. Students 01 the Religious
school v. ill bring thanksgiving of-
fetings io be given to tne Group
l'reatment Hume tor Disturbed
Children of Jewish Familj and
Children's Service and to St. Al-
ton's Daj Care Nursery in Coco-
nut Crove. A reception will lol-
, low the services. Sukkoth morn-
ing services on Monday, sept. 21,
with Rabbi Joseph Narot preach-
ing, are scheduled lor 11 a.m.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein renders
1 he musical portions ot the liturgy.
During late Friday evening ser-
vice* at Temple Adath Yeshurun,
1U2| \F Miami Gardens Dr., Sam
Rattier, 'lemple board chairman,
will boat a reception in honor of
the approaching marriage of his
son. Sol Katner. to Miss Sherri
Biiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Biiler. of No Miami Beach.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will speak
on "'Ihe Joy of Living, or Fasting
and Feasting," during the 8:15
p.m. service. Saturday schedule
calls lor morning services at 8:45
a.m., wiih Mincha at 6 p.m.. iol-
lowed by Maariv. Rabbi Caplan
will preach and deliver the ser-
mons during the Sukkoth holiday
on Monday and Tuesday, Sept,
2\ and >>. at 10:30 a.m.. With Can-
tor Maurice Neu chanting the
liturgical portions of the observ-
ance- On the first day. sermon
topic will be "A Collapsible
i ome." The following day. sub-
, ; will be "Food for Thought."
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translation into English, "is the
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anti-Semitic nature, and is a shock-
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that bear official imprimatur. !t
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Formidable
Team
By MAX LERNER
No Arab Time Table at Summit
At San Francisco I had the feeling of a convention and a party
that had seceded from America. At Atlantic City Hie convention and
party showed themselves to be bone and flesh of America's bone and
llesh. expressing all the rich, varied, vulgar and contradictory talents
of American life. There was more sheer ability in r square yard than
was used or usable at a convention, with few surprises and little in
lernal struggle but it was around. There were political stars and
obscure precinct-workers, labor leaders. Negro militants, rich dilet-
tantes, pastors, professors, speculators, soeial workers, businessmen,
actors, planners, artists. I have never before been so convinced that
the Democrats are a great party of a groat nation and that much of
the American future is written in their ranks.
* *
In term* of ability, tht Jonhson-Homphrey learn is sound snow h
to stand.alongside the Kennedy-Johnson ticket of 1960. the Roosevelt-
Truman ticket of 1944 and the Linclon-Andrew Johnson ticket of 18IS4.
Jusl a century ago. I don't mean that Lyndon Johnson is a Lincoln
or a Roosevelt but only that as in the other cases the two men
together present a formidable combination of political and intellectual
talents, that both make (as one has. in fact, alreadv made) great Pres-
idential material and that the nation would be sale in the hands of
either. In the case of the Republican team, I fear the word would have
to be neither.
The great fact about Hubert Humphrey, as was notably true also
of Truman and of Kennedy, is his capacity for growth. Usually Ihis
is put in terms of Humphrey's "mellowing," from the all-outer ol l'l-Mt
to the mature left of-center liberal of today. But this seems to me 'ess
important than two other lines of Humphrey growth, lie has achieved
crlspness of command in greater measure than before, and lie has
achieved an internal discipline which served him well during the ter-
rifying ordeal of waiting for the Vice Presidential decision.
In his far flung consultations about choosing a running-mate, John-
son gave hundreds a flattering sense of their importance; by flinging
a score of names into the hopper he gave a score ol deserving Demo-
crats (including Sens. McCarthy and Dodd) a generous buildup for
their own current and future campaigns. But mostly the nation dis-
covered how wide and deep is its acceptance of Humphrey as a na-
tional figure. It is hard for a man to envisage his own death, but
Johnson has dared to face the contingency and has been wise enough
to choose a man who would ride the crises of jur time in the same
spirit as himself and who would manage well the |>olicies of war and
peace, of civil rights and civil order, of nuclear weapons and their con-
trol. The new thing about American elections is the new awareness
ol the people that thev have in effect to choose two Presidents, not one.
* *
As for Lyndon Johnson, I suspect that, for all his remarkable
achievements in nine months of the Presidency, v.e have yet to take
the full measure of this extraordinary man. Gen. do Gaulle put it well,
alter their first meeting, when ho said tnat Johnson was not just a
politician but a political man. If ho was always in command of the
Democratic convention it was because he had brought to it the same
qualities of preparation and judgment, of persuasion and decision, that
enable him to be always in command of the country
It is fashionable to see Lyndon Johnson as some sort of master
manipulator or political Svengali. To speak of him as only a brilliant
political technician is to fall into the fallacy of those who narrowed
Franklin Roosevelt's qualities to the same single dimension. In the
case of both men, the technology of politics has been a means to an
end the end being the incredibly difficult feat of compassing all the
resources of the nation in meeting its vast varied tasks.
We have yet to see how much crcativeness Johnson will muster
if he has another four or eight years in the Presidency. He has already
shown he has a vision where he wants America to go, of the pace at
which it can move and the difficulties it will meet. He has a feel for
power, a knowledge of men, a steadiness in the face of events, has
capacity for maneuver, a quality of command. Ho has many of the
defects "of these qualities too: often thin-skinned, sometimes over-clever
in his tactics, at times forgetful of the distance the Presidential office
requires. But the fused amalgam of his qualities, in their achievement
and their promise, ought to be stature enough, even for the towering
demands of the Presidency, and even at a time as dangerous and do
mending as ours.
* *
Neither Johnson's acceptance speech nor Humphrey's was an ideo-
logteal one. as Goldwatcr's was. They were fighting political speeches,
pointing to a direction and a goal.
Neither man called for a Christian crusade, as Goldwater did in
effect in his acceptance speech, forgetting that the Founding Fathers
long ago decided that. American politics should not be linked with a
[religious establishment or a religious mystique.
The Democrats have started well. 1 suspect the nation will re-
spond well. ___ ______________
1Y' Program Set for Young
LONDON:JTA>After six ardu-
QIIS days and nights of debate and '
inner conflict, the 13 Arab kings
and other heads of state, who have
met at Alexandria to lormulate ;
plans for 'liberating" Palestine
from Israeli control and lor build-'
ing water projects th.it could ne- .
gale Israel's national water car-,
nor and its partial use of Jordan
River waters, has come to a close
with no eoneii ;e accomplishments,
dispatches received h e r o fro in
Vgypl rc-porled.
Under pressures from Egypt's
President Gaawl Abdel Nasser and
the Arab League's secretary-gen- ;
oral. Abdel Knalck Hassouna, the
summit meeting did adopt a two-
pronged plan.
One was lo authorize construc-
tion of a 4am on the Yarmuk
River in Jordan, one of the main
tributaries of the Jordan River.
But no timetable tor the start
of work on thai dam was fixed.
Furthermore, out of an estima-
ted cost of $17,500,000 needed
for other water diversion pro-
UN Chapter
Holds Meeting
John F. Kennedy Chapter of
the American Association for the
United Nations held an open
meeting at Chase Federal Savings
and Loan Association. 425 Arthur
Godfrey Rd.. on .Monday, at 8
p.m.
A discussion on the latest de-
velopments on the international
scene was led by Harry Perkel,
vice president of the chapter.
jects, only 53,500,000 has been
pledged so far, a spokesman for
the Arab League said at Alex-
andria.
As for the unified Aral) com-
mand set up by the Arab League
lor war against Israel, there was
still more ambiguity about how it
would be organised, how it would
bo financed, and when it might he
ready for an anti-I.-raeli war. The
summit meeting approved unani-
mously, in principle, the establi
men! ol an army of Palcstini;>
"to liberate Palestine and ta
part in the .1"\I round of the Ai
light against Israel."
But one of the major conferei
participants, representing Syi
[conceded when asked when t
"next round could start: "Only
man living n a ('ream world or
fool would ask tor an inimcdi
attack."
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A five-day a week program lor
boys and girls in the lirst and
second grades in public school is
being offered by the Miami Beach
|y.M and YWHA.
The Creative Play Program, be-
ginning Thursday, Oct. 1, has been
designed for children needing
carefully supervised group ex-
periences from 2 to 4 p.m.
The children are picked up at
their respectives schools at 2
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I singing and games. Each Fri-
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All Jewish and national holi-
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On public school holidays, the
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points of interest in the Miami
area.
Further information may be
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Miami Beach Branch of the "Y."
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Mrs. George Meisel, president,
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Friday. September Jg, i
Completing preparations for the Congregation Be'h Torah-
Israel Dinner of Tribute to take place Saturday night at the
congregation are iiorn left. Irving Newman, dinner co-chair-
man; Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. Beth Torah spiritual leader, who
js dinner chairman, and Richard Sneider, congregation pres-
.dent. Sen. Wayne Morse, of Oregon, will be guest speaker
and make a special presentation to Dave Margulies, honoree
at the dinner.
Beth Torah-lsrael Dinner of Tribute
For Margulies Saturday at Beth Torah
Congii Beth Toii.ii i-i..I
i ner of i I onoring Dave
Margulies will fake place this
Saturday night ;.t the eongn
lion. Sen Wayne Morse. <>i Ore-
gon, u ill comv to Miami especial-
ly fr the occasion as speaker
to tak<- p..it in the presenta-
tion ceremonies.
Margulies, a f'rinder ol the coo-
gregation and dedicated worker
>n behalf <;f Israel, will be
presented with thi State <>f Israel
Redemption Award "in recognition
life
Dr. Max A. Lipschiti, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth
Torzh, is dinner chairman, as-
sisted by Irving Newman, co-
(hairman; Richard Sneider, con-
gregation president, and Mr.
and Mrs. Stable' Stein, chair-
men of the Committee of Host*.
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Social Saturday
Temple L's^
., d for all
i South FJorida -
iii Synagogue Youth
8 p.m.. at the Tern-
. S'orl Branch Building, TT'h
-i and Dickens Ave
Honorees will be the various
h ipti : delegates who atteni
i..>a lership Training Institute
i Camp Blue Star, Henderson-
\ iile, N.C (luring the summer.
Temple Emanu-EI youth ol 10th,
nth. an atti nd the Leadership Training
Institute have been invited ;i> the
dance
The Tempi'-'- youth program it
under the direction ol the Temple
Youth Commission, headed bj Mrs
Muri> Maisel
On Sundaj morning. 10 a.m .
the Senior USY Group will hold its
installation service and brunch
at the Temple. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual leader, will of-
ficiate New officers are presi-
dent, Trudj Sigal; executive vice
president, Sandy Genet: program
vice president. Karen Adler: fund-
raising vice president, Tamra
Shell.man: players vice president.
Lee Itoscnhou.se; recording secre-
tary. Susanne Singer, correspond'
ing secretary, shelly Wiaaner;
treasurer. Alex Oppenheim; par-
liamentarian. Mark Bunim; break-
fast coordinator, Eileen Karson,
Benjamin stun.' is outgoing pres-
ident
Ki'in Bartel, SI, the :
lid that, one daj ir 1842
i [< ndanl Man- Stai v.
ih him i" one ol th<
-h barr icks Bartel -
selected tv Ji and
told them to kneel
Then Stark told the chief bar-
racks trustee to kill them. Bar-
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how it was done, and Stark Deck-
ed up a chair leg and smashed
way at the neck of one of the
Jewish prisoners until he was
dead. Bartel testified that Stark
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I of the- Nursery School of Temple
f are busy in their New Year project
E toys and food with needy children
I .. ..iiiunity and oversees. The "Lend A-
r! is directed by Mrs. Sam Luby
t of the PTA, and Mrs. Leo Bran-
(leis, c.je:tor of the Nursery-Kingergarten De-
triment. Each day the children bring in a
>y or c v of food to be distributed to hospitals
.) ocls iu their name. The 17th Street
fursery School is held daily from Monday
irough Friday. 9 a.m. to noon, under the di-
rection c: registeied nursery school teachers
Charlotte Maxv/el! and Gertrude Weiss. Left
What is Your Score in Our
Sukkoth Holiday Question Box?
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX making his Sukkah beautiful.
Why is it customary to put up
decorations in the Sukkah?
The Talmud (Shabbos 133.B)
requires that one should make his
Sukkah beautiful. The source for
this requirement is derived by
the Talmud irom the Biblical pas-
sage in the Sons' of Moses (Exo-
dus 15:2) which says "This is my
God and I will adore Him. This
is taken to mean that everything
that is done for God. i.e.. in ob-
serving a commandment of the
faith, should be done with beauty.
Some people hang fruits in the
Sukkah to symbolize the harvest
season which comes at the time
Of the festival. Others particul-
arly like to hang specimens of
the seven kinds of vegetation
which the Holy Land of Israel is
known for. Room is left, of
course, for individual taste so as
to make the Sukkah reflect the
personal interest of the individual
Why is it customary to wave tha
Lulav and its accompanying
species in the few direction*
and also up and down?
The Talmud tells us (Sukkah
37.B) that this is done in order
to stay oil evil winds and damag-
ing moisture. It is also claim-
ed in the Talmud that the wav-
ing is done to indicate that wher-
ever we turn, north, east, south,
westthe Heavens above or the
earth belowthe Almighty is om-
nipresent. Some authorities claim
that since there are altogether
thirty-six motions in the course
of waving the Lulav they repre-
sent the thirty-six extremely right-
eous men for whose sake the ex-
istence of the world is continued.
In every generation there exists
thirty-six such men. They repre-
sent the security of mankind
Waving the Lulav represents our
hope and confidence in the con-
tinued existence ol the universe
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
to right (front row) are Melrssa, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.. Burton Hadoif; Hannah, dauqh-
tei of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sussman; Scott,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Taller; Abby, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brcdie; Daniel, son
of Mr. and Mis. Herbert Zeinel. Second row
are Alexa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hart; Melindu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Brooks. Third row are Keith, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Howard Grumer; Adina, daughter of
Cantor and Mrs. Hush Adler; Cynthia, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks; Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fiederick Woogin. Back
row are Mrs. Luby and Mrs. Brandeis.
rordon Joins Humphrey Push
I .lack D. Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Savings and
pan AstHM ation of Miami Beach.
Joined Sen. Hubert Hum-
hrey's personal staff and will
lk<- an active role in the national
lemocratii campaign.
iGordon, who is a longtime per-
bnal friend of the candidate,
killed the Vice Presidential nom-
|ee i! shington this .week.
k Wolfs on fo Talk
"Heradituthe Weeping Phil-
gopher" v .1 be the topic of the
rture by I>r. Abraham Wolfson
the : za Forum for Adult
lucati" i on Thursday morning,
to 12 noon, in the Auditorium
Wasl ; :i Federal.
Attend
services
tfcis week
at mm own
place of
worship
A member of the Dade County
School Board. Gordon is the un-
opposed Democratic nominee for
reelection to that DOSl
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his frantic need to become a
full) accepted member ol :i mon-
olithic society, he hence vends
books on civil rights, immigra-
tion, child-worshipping and other
topics of the day read also !>>
his neighbor. And he i- encour-
aged to do so by hi- major Jew-
ish organizations that ......'
about American Jewish survival
but thai spoon Iced him read-1
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A Bay's Yom Kippur
AMONG THE JEWS '!
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on it plane i.i i'|nilii> The young IBM looking lor
,v- v.ouM (tOBd and loch i,n and kefs I Um 'lay
vr, enh knew who I. mat* Mould I*-
I ban- often thought thi is l ' n < an live che.p as one MMfc When \ou
are fatting, n CM M Mm When the Jevtikh Stale
wa* dMUepad and the people were dispersed aiul
opfaMMl, they lout many of their joyful cuntouw,
nek a I hi <>n
IfaMMtr ; I look baek to my childhood, while
the MlMM Mta till ii in the foreground. t wm
, He | oh MM holnl.iy | n-riicfut^i that We
'hU^lrrn c-rtainly loCkM our tpi-%t ll'Cy l>yn Wi- hail MM HoOwv Vlavhc ttu- Mm
-I- mikinatt-k MM l""i"tit |oh lot., hut at l.-ast
I hCy ITCM nw anil liesh InrtfhH AIo htMM
Hie Mik'i Holy l^ayk v.t- l MhjrtNMM i'. Im Mlk Ikmjmi irhMMi Mated
i I -ilh or not |n (MM il.iyk it v.as ln-KinninK to
lUI thai wmr people had theh own bitri I
hut v.i- (inini behave everything hand
And on V'iiii Ki|i|.iii ..i the i \o i
".oi.i meat eraryena In town Bverybodj cloted
lhali l'i Im i end came t. the ynagogup And
It ) tin i- v i one polii. dim I u --'i to wati h
inn and never onea dM hi tool Into pi
bobl
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rained end omr oi the e/itai m-ii on nvj kin|.....
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claaed vYhen lonieoM MMd mi- why i MM my
moiiih ilka thai i wai aboul to t-li him thai i
h.ni .i toothache, i.ut i ajddanly remembered this
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MMase Ban a- U that bread rrglsa ware th<-
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an Egyptian a a He gMM nsMabMthip in that
i.vman sysnpeaiui roup Hut th'- Egyptian, Proi
A M Ab>ju-y>-ud. of AU>xarxlru was rtstsigSHtcd i-
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DaaaHaatiM i- an item vfrj-high on Mu- aen-j
','. On Getsn-a conference. A special technical re-
part on "Desalination of Water, Using Conventional
sad Nuclear Kncrgy" ha. been iuel by the IAEA
m preparation for the Geneva conference.
At the Gen<-\a conference, where water and
declination is playing a very lartfo role. 750 paper-
will be presented by scientists and economist- from
.!7 nations and five international agencies led bv
the t.nited Nations' ttn international Atomic En-
ergy Agency, a total of ll Israeli papers are on
the agenda, some of the papers Invoking several
author* who have pooled their expertise for this
purpose.

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Copffol Spa/Jigfr/: Bv hAllTOrs FBIEDMAh
The LBJ Plan'

PRELIMINARY REPORT;
Israel to Pi
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Dlan for nucir rt
the LBJ pian
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The hmrl AmencM-IsneN survey canceivi '.
;-' Mtent a ith Mr Johns -
to a.-entie- in Washington He a-:-
Iie^artmefit of Interior, in close collaboratiun
i>-ion and in ccaauheuM
v.'h the Office oi Science and Technology, to de-
velop a detailed plan for an aggressive, imagi-
native program for large-scale water desalting, to-
ChssHni um "t nuclear heat sources.
This psograra eoM beyong desalting technology.
for v.hieh the DepaKment of Interior has primary
rwpunslWlltV, and includes nuclear technology for
u'lich the Atomic Energv Commission is respon-
sible.
Israel is fascinated by the potentialities of de
-altin_' ith nuclear reactors. The Israelis are asr-
lously considering a dual purpose nuclear installa-
tion for the next increment of power generating
capacity to its National Electric Grid.
United States participation in the analysis of
such an I-raeti system was established in early
June by President Johnson during the Eahkol
visit,
As We Were Soyinn; By ROBERT E. SEGAL
De Facto' Segregation cf Negro Children in North

AS STRONG AND Sweeping as it j5|
the i*m federal Civil Rights I*
not be expected to hit head-on the
httul problem of de facto public
','""1 egatlon Title IV
i le to the u.s Office of Education
nnd the U S Attornej General for el
inn- to pin Integration in these In
tancei in which scboaki have been jim
ci-cnved by law Hut this leaves the .
teemiag nothetn Chtel tree to keep Negro children large
aparated from white children, thanks to housing dis
crimination, ihe loremnner of de facto .school segreaa-
ttaa, 6
Into our northern cities. Negroes of the South con-
tinue to pour ot a heavy rate. Between 1940 and 1960
it was not unusual for the Negro population oi north'
em cities to double and triple. The pace has not abated
And Inevitably, as the Black Ghettos deepen and widen
Ihe lateftaa education obtained by southern Negro chtl'-
dren in separat"-hut-not-equal schools has brought north
ern educators new challenges.
Nor does a child know whether he is a victim ol
' e jure or de facto segregationwhether law or pn
ncorn has crowded him into the corner of down-graded
"'luc.ition It is only his worried parents, exasperate i
and infuriated by eight generations of slavery and re-
pression and insult, who comprehend that a harsh so-
ciety has. cither by shameful law or harsh tradition; -
separated whites from Negroes that public schools deepen
the long shadow of segregation.
If you go back 10 years to the Supreme Court de-
cision in the Brown case, you will be reminded that the
much-criticised jurists clearly held not only that "sep-
arate eciucation lacilities are inherently unequal" but
that separation of some children from others of similar
Bga Md qualification because of their race generates a
feeling of inferiority as to their status that may affect
their hearts and minds in a way unlikely ever to be un-
done.


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the original gnawer "I- other
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..is i" register said name with
i ii nf the Circuit Court of
.ni \. Florida.
MMKIIKRT F. ARNET
'/mi.....ii live., Coral Uablea. l-"i.
Iu IN I!. CHRISTIE
tej for ilii i..i i I-' A met
|i i ...I Way, Miami, Florida
9-11, in, 25, in 2
BY HENRY LEONARD

"A Sukkah for Sukkolh-time, and for the rest of
the year, a plcyhouse for the children."
Copi. 196*. Daytnu P.odutt.oni
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NciTd 'I-: IS HEREBY (11VEN that
ili*' undersigned, desiring to engage In
business mill, i Hi.' fictitious name "f
JOE'S FRIENDLY MARKET at 5800
N,W. Kill Avenue In the City *>f .Mi-
ami, Florida, Intend t<> register the |
said iiiinii- with Hi*' Clark of Hie Clr- I
ult Court "f Hull.- Coonty, Florida.
Dated ai Miami, Florida, this inth j
day of August, |(84,
MARIt > l.l.i dtKBA
JiiKiiK CADI i
Shevln, Hood man & Hniizman
8*6 Seybold Wdg.
Miami, Florida i
By: Sylvan Holttman ,
Aiioi-ii.> for Applicant
B 28, ''. 1-11-18 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY t'.IVKX that I
the mill* r.iitin .1. desiring to engage In
business under the ji* PLAYGIHL FASHIONS OF MIAMI
mi 80S Plant Building, 241 K.B. im
Street, Miami, Florida 88181 Intends
to reglaier said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court *..' Dad.- County,
Florida.
GLADYS K. JACOBS, Owner
Beigel, Albert, Weiss ,*.- Lyons
Attorneys tor Gladys K. Jacobs
B 28, 0 1-11-18
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+jMisti FkiridHair)
solicits your legal notice*.
Wt> appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurato service at legal
rates .
Dial FR :.-1<#5
lor messenger serrice
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9665
|i'\l'\ l:i"ltl> KO.N",
Plaintiff,
It.NoLD HARRY KOX,
I >cl. liiialil.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ARNOLD P.AItltY KON
I K.i-t 53rd street
New York. New York
VOIT, ARNOLD BARRY KON, are
i "i\ notified that a Complain! for
has been fil.d against you,
'-a ail- i-i'.|iiir.'ii to serve ii copy
iiir unswei or pleading to the
lain! for Divorce on the Plain-
Attorney, ALAN S. ROSEN-
|Jl.\i.. nil Alnsley Building. Miami,
i.ii.l.i. iinil lile the original answer
I>1< iicllnc ii. Hi*' Office of the Clerk
* Irculi Court. >] or before
' 'l h il.i v i.f iiiulii-r. 1964.
' "ii i iii to do so, judgment by
ill will be taken agajnal yon
the relief demanded In the Com-
\< for Divorce.
IniXR AND ORDERED at Miami.
hoiidu, ihi-- 2nd day of Sept. 1064.
>:. ii. LEATHERMAN
Clt n, nl Hi.- Circuit Court
Hail,. County, Florida
|i Courl Real)
By: B. II. LAN WAY.
Deputy Clerk
;i-ll. 18, 25, -'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLOR'nA "' CHANCERY
No. 64C 9654
ESTIL Kl INK
Plaintiff
\ s.
Ii ill v l.i-.i i KLINE
l it fendnnt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|i i JOHN LEO KLINE
liJOO Joppa Road
llnltlmore, Maryland
Ylil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i Complaint foi Divorce has bepn
filed against yon. and you are r.-
lulred to servi ;'>' of your Answer
or other nloadloi: tti -.*i'i complaint on
ili. I'iaiiiiiff'- nttorneyH, Si'iiON-
FELD ami FELDMAN, ."7 l-lim-ayne
i: ii'iiii'--. Miami, Flo l*ln, Itsnu, n.nd
*il ili.- iniciiiiil anvw : or othi r
pleading in the office "f the clerk "f
the Circuit I'oiirt. Dade County, Ml-
Hini. I'li.riil.i. ..ii or before the Till
l.t. ..I October, in* i Otherwise. Judg-
iii.-iii hj default > ill be taken against
>.'H for the nil. i demanded in ihe
in i.iiini.
liATED :n Miami, Dade County,
Florida this l>i Jay of September,
1964.
I- i: LEATHERMAN
i ii ik of Circuit Courl
seal) By! C P. COl'ELAND
I 'i inu;. clerk
!< 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
, the undersigned, desiring to engage In
biwlness under the fictitious name of
JOHNNY'S HIDEOCT nl -*;i". N.W.
:'Linl Avenue, .Miami. Florida, intends
to register -aid name with the l.-ik
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOLA NAE RLACKAVELL
Sole i iwner
STEPHEN F. KBHSLER
Attorney for Applicant
lli'-s S.W. I Florida
: II, !v. '_'".. 1 i '.'
NOTICE UNDER
F'<-T|TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he mid. ;>i-in. d. dedlHnff to engage In
huslnesa nndei the fictitious name of
i"i, sol.o :n 2425 RW 87th Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
.lid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Mad.- foiintv, Florida.
NORMAN KALCHTHAtJSR
Sole Owner
STEPHEN F. KBttiLER
\ii..in.\ for Aiiiilliiini
1998 s.w". 1st Street,
Miami, Florida
9-11, IS, :'".. in 2
fclRCUiT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
NO. 64C 9485
llEODOKK W. ADLtBR,
Plaintiff,
HosiXA IDLER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
vim. ROSINA ADLER, Residence
'iii.n-v. n. are notified m serve a I
B*'i'.' of your answer to Divorce Com-|
jiiinl fifcil against you on Plaintiff's
Itoniey, OEOROE NICHOLAS, 612
I W, 13th We., Miami, Fla.. and
' '-'liial with Clerk of iliN Court
ni liefore Sept. 30, 1964, otherwise
i will he confessed by you.
\ ri :i Oct. 9, 196 I
l: II, 1.I-: t-TIIERMAN, Clerk
. Il> : E. II. LANWAY, D.C
9 I. 11. 18, -"
NOTICE UNDER
F CT1TIOUS NAME LAW
K IS HEREBY HIVEN that
to i nitage in
i uder the if nan of
PI ''Si' \ HA It ai \i; N E. 6th
Mian I, Fl ii *. m-
i winter aid name iih the
I'll the Circuit C.....i l I' nle
'
M w i: RYM VR
tii i. iwner
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Xi'iH.iinl
- iv isi Si .
Florida
li-l!. i v. :'".. i" -
fBOER OF OUm.lCATION
I IN THE CIR-i.MT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 4C 866
Ji |- ri'll ALBEKT DBLAR1 UNO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
flAl-.v l:i;i..\!:i>ixn,
I i.-iemtiin:.
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
p >: MARY BELARDINt'
Residence I'nknown
You, MARY UKLARDIXO, an Uen -
n- notified that n Complaint for Dl-
ftu !* i':is iii'fii filed agalnal you. und
are required in aerye i '!>* pf
r Answer or Pleading '" ili*' Com-
|liniit *>n iii*' Plaintiff's Attorney.
Jj.AN SHERK, ::.'. Uncoln Road, Ml-
aiin 1'i.i'h. I'liin.a, and file tin- orlg-
^%nl Answer or Pleading In the Afflce
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
before the i mi das of October,
pt. if you lail in il*. so, iudgment by
null lll be luken against you for
relief demanded In the Complaint.
INK AND ORDERED .it Miami,
Ida, this stit tu.\ in s, utember,
1964.
B. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
liinii l'i ni. ii.uit Count). l lorlda
htl) i,. SNEEDEN
i mty i ierk
.AX SHERR
tome) for Plaintiff
9/11-1S-25. 10/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9867
I.K \ H. i'iiI.LKY,
plaintiff,
\ A.
JAY s 'iiLl.EY.
! lefendant.
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
TO! JAY S. COLLEY
Residence ITtiknown
You, jay s. CoLLEY, are hereby
notified that a Complaint for Divorce
ii.i- i>. in filed against you, and you
in- ri'iiu'i-i'ii '" hervt a copy *.f your
Answer oi ('lending to tht Complalnl
on il..- Tin in i iff- attorney, ALAN
SHERR, I''" I. ni H ad. Miami
' ii h, Floi Ida, nil le t hi......Ins I
\m.-u- r or I'lea hi office i i
the Clerk of ; h "Irculi 'ourl on or
befoi i ;1 Il Ii tin ..I i tohi i I :''!
It I to do i in. nt i.v iii -
u ill he I..' ubii n-i i mi for
1 i 'i Hi.- Complaint.
DONK AND ORDERED it Miami,
| ,> -ill .1.,.. ..I SV iitember,
\ ""i.
I.. II. LE VTHERM w. Clerk,
ii "..nit. 1 'aile County, 1- lorlda
i; l, sneedf:n
Depu
AI. \\ SHERR
v |. I "
9 I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCFRY
No. MC "6
ROBERT W1LIJAM MALONEY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
rt\RHAR\ ANN EUZABETJI
MAI I (KEY,
I *"f. ll'lant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO i: \ I: I: \ l! v \NN ELIZABETH
\i m.i>m:y
i' '' inuli n Al i n"'
I 'fi'\ klence, Rhode Island
Yol' i: MtliAKA .\N EUZARliTH
M v l.oNKY. are hereby notified that
.i i..iiidiiint iw Divorce has been Died
ii'iiinst you, an*l yyu are iiijiiin d to
serve .i cop> of youi aJlswer or plead-
ing i" the Complaint for Divorce, on
the riiiiiitiffs Attorney, a l.an S.
i:i iskntii ai,. II llnxlev Building,
Miami, Florida, and til* Ihe original
.mi.-" er or pleading n Ihe n't .
the i 'i.i i, of the Cli iii Court, on or
before the I'-'ili da i of ( Ii ml., r. 1964.
it \"ii fail to ii" ** l Hi-nil in ii\ de-
fault ill !" tak* i alnsl jou for the
relief demanded In the Complaint for
1 >|von
I i.\ 10 AND IR1>ERED :u M n I
Floi Ida, tlii- lt!i da i ( Septemb* r,
1964.
E. B. LEATHBRM VN, Clerk,
i'i' i .ili iiini, I lade Count |. i- loi Ida
(Si ..I) Us : AI Alt: 111] iltlTE Mi iRKt RI
Deputy l* rk
U/ll-18-25, In _'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63769 B
IN RE: Estate !'
I.* His ZIMMERMAN
Di '! ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Pessons F/av-
Ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
Yon are hert-by notlflad ami re-
inii'ed tu presenl any .'liiims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of l.uris ZIMMERMAN
deceased Lit. of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges **f Dade County.
ami nl*' tti*- same in duplicate ami as
provided in Section 733.1G. Florida
Statutes, in tii.ii offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
tin- -n me w in i" barred.
i it. d iii Miami. Florida, this 28th
day of August, A.I'. 1964.
ROSLYN IV ZIMMERMAN
As l".\. iiitiix
Wi il FSX IN & I HAMl iNI >
l'i" I,in. "In Road
Miami Reach, Floi Ida
> ltosl> n 1! '/.'"
ii 11-18-25, 1" 2
\OTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9799
DORIS MEYFUSoN PARSENO I k n
! ELLEN II IRIS MEYERSi IN
PASSKNl
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN l< I' VSSENO a k
ii HlN I' \ssi:\i:ai' ., k a
JOHN KIRK,
I Ii -ml.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T* i: JOHN K. I'ASSEN) '
a k a john passf:neai;
h K i JOHN KlltK
2i)3 North Van Horn St.
Alexandria. Virginia
Vim. John K, 1'assi-nn a k .i John
l'.in.-i in an .i.k a .i'.lin Kirk, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for. I >i\*.i. Inis I,., n I'ii.d against you,
and you are reiulred to serve a cop)
of yean Lnau-er or I'lggtUng to the
Bill of Complaint on the n'amtlfrs at-
i*nn*>. ai.x.si.ki-: r. i'i;i!iin-:, suite
:'"'_'. :-:;i" >'.\V. ].. .1, un, Rou.il, i"uial
Cable.-. Florida 18134, and nl. the
oi liiin.tl .Vii-iwr or Pit aalng in the
offloe ut tin- i.'l- .1, ,.f i ; Court
on or before the ISth dnj of October,
1961, If vim ihi tu .in ,-,.. judgment
!^ i'fault will ii. taken against you
f.n- the relief demanded in Ihe Bill of
Complaint.
This notice si* ill be published once
each weeh foi nur consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI^UtlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 111 day of September
A.I i. 1964.
i: n l i: ITHBRMAN, Cli rk,
*'in mi Com i, 11.'di i 'iiiini\, Florida
Bj : L, s Del'IETRi I
I nits i 'Iii k
ai\si.i:i: R. 1- ICRDIE
Suite :"'-. 231.1 SW LeJeune R*l.
i 'oral *:. i.i. b, Fla. 1134
Alt......j for I'laintiff
9 11-18-25, 10/8'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersig.....I, desiring to ngage
In business under the fictitious name
.if SEASONS FOUR at 8701 NE 4th
Avenue, .Miami, Florida, lilt* lids tti
register .-aid name with the Clerk of
the Circull i'uti:i nf Dade C......ly
Florida.
i'F.I'.F RATTAN OF h'LORIDA, INC,
Howard i:. hirsch
Atinriiiv for Cebu
Rattan of Florida, Inc.
____________________^_^_ s -S| '-"-,s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9464
MABEL C|.All! I.i IWE,
Plaintiff,
\s.
l.l.nYI I VANA 1.* IWE,
Defi miaul.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOl", l.l.nYli VANA LOW i:. 523
Ninth Highland Road, Qultman,
1 leorgla, in. i. iiiiii d to file j..... an-
swer tu the complaint for Divorce
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court and serve a cop> thereof U|nin
lli'Miiin Colon. Ego,., 1310-11 Congress
Building, Miami. Florida, on or before
September 2Mb, 1964, or else coin-
leaiiit ii ink* n as confessed,
DATED, ihi- 25th day of August.
1904.
B, I'.. LEATHERMAN
* 1.1:. ..: t n. cirt nil >'" in
tseal) B> : K. II. LANWAY
l ii|.ni> "Ierk
K 28, 8, 1-1 l-l
NOTICE BR PUBLICATION
JN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 9403
ANN MARY POLLACK SCHROEDER
Plaintiff,
HARRY T.. RCHROEDER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY L KCHBOEDER
60S Frlck Sti el
Kllniiiiit. Ixmg Island, New York !
You. HAI'.ltY L SCHROEDER are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to I
Berve a copy of your Answer or Plead- '
iiin t*> ih*- Bill of Complalnl on the i
Plaintii'fs attorney, i:n'll.\i:i > MOR-I
Ton, 7823 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of Ihe Clerk
of the Circull Court on or before the
""ih *la> nf September, 1964. If you
fail I., do -ii. judgment by default will
In ml,, n Hgalnsl > mi for ih,. relief
demanded in ih 1111 of Cominaint,
'ii**.- notice sbal i"- published once
each >>'' ......nsecutive ue< ks
In Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND liOlCRKD at Miami.
.. 'ii.- :ii.i da' of Au*gu> i
19111
K il l.r\ IIERM VN, Cli rk,
'..... .. I
(seal) By: i !'. i- ipELANl'
I pin Clerk
RICHARD MoRToN
:-.. N.E. -i 'I We.
Miami, Florida i -
Attoi in j foi 1'ls
* 29, 9 i-' i is
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Xt ITICR is II !REBY i I1VEN that
i he mid. i -".; lesli .. ngagi ."
huslnei i mil 11 1 Ii
THE lltll.1'11 OI, i NOT INC. i; X1E1 >-
ICAL INF'O-IDENT: 1,1'IIO.U! I'. -
IDF1NT ai 2051 3 Weal t i Avenue,
I llali ih. Florida Inn mis to register
-aid names with Ihe Clerk of the Clr-
1 "in t of l'......'ouiii '. Florida.
ll.\i:iM BE''KER, Sol. Owner
HENRY NORTON
Ai ini ii.-y for Applicant
1406 Biscnyne Illi
.Miami. Fla. !S. 1-11-18
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9464
MABELCLAIR i.*j\vi:,
I'laiiuiil,
\ B.
LLOYD VANA 1.- 'UK.
Deft lull'lit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vnl', I.I.OYH VANA I.OWK, 525
North Hlahlaad Itoa.l, Diiitmnn,
tieocgla, are rwiulred to file your an-
swer tu ih*' complaint for Divorce
'lth the t.'leik 1.1 the above styled
Court and serve n copy thereof upon
Herman Coin n, i:-.|., ISIO-I l Con-
gress Building, M ." i. F'ltn ni.'. mi or
before September 2sth, 1964, or else
complaint will be taken is i nf* is-
ed, DATED, this 25th day of Au-
gust, 1964.
K. It LEATHI RM KN
Clerk i
Bj E. .1. LANWAY
k, 28, 9, 1-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi
Ihe ninl.i'si^iii d, desiring to engnu*-
business ami r the fii'tit ions nain*' *
CLIFFORD BINOCI.'I^ARS SERVIf
at Hlaleali Race Track, Hialeah, Floi
Ida, and Tropical Park Race Trac
Dade County, Florida Intend to rei
Ister -ail name with the Clerk of tl
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid
II VRKY HASHALL
JOSEPHINE ''. HASSAT.L
Pailot, Marks, I.limit n,
Poppell A- Horwlch
Attorneyx for Harry Hassnll and
Josephine C, Hasaall, *l Ii a
Clifford Blnia'tilars Service
1504 Alfred I. tluPont Bldg.
.Miami. Florida 13131
s 28. 8 1-11-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64061-C
IX RE: Estate of
N \TIIAX BI.AI' a k a
NAT ULAU
I used,
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
In ALL PERSONS INTERESTED I
I'HE K.-'TATi-: OF SAID DBCEDEN
You ai- ini' i> notified thai a wrl
ten Instriiinenl purporting to be t!
last a U and testament of said dec*
dent lias been admitted to probate
siitii i"*inri. You are hereby commani
id within si\ calendar months fro
the .ii*i- of the first publication of tl
notice in appear in auld Court ai
-lii.w cause, If any you can. why tl
I action "I -aid Court in admitting pi
will in probate i-houi*i not stand u
, revoked.
tlBORGE T. I'l.AltIC
County .liniK'
(seal) B} : MKI.I'.A C. DICK,
Clerk
IRVINO CYPEN LAW OFFICES
Ai turn- > -
625 Artliui I'.o'ii'r.-y Road
( .Miami i:. sell, 1' lorlda
First publication *.f this notice
i .in .Mil .nil .a' Aiun-i, mtii.
- 88, 1-11-
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN iii
the undersigned, desiring to engage i
ini-nii'.-s under ih*' ti.'iiiions name
SEASONS I'll! It at 8701 N.E. 4i
Avenue, Miami, Florida intend tu re*
later auld ngm* with Ihe Cierk of il
Circuit Courl of Dade County, Floi
Ida.
. ,|H" R \TTAN OF I'l.OHlDA, INC
HOWARD K .HIRSCH
.Hiinlli.. l"l UUU Kiltlall Of
F'lorida, Inc.
8/28, 8/4-11-1
.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8738
THE WILMAMSBL'RGH
SAVIN* ;s BANK,
Plaintiff,
\'S.
UN LEY JONES Trustee in
i...: ... iptcy, et iii.
I i llililllt.
NOT.CE OF SUIT
I'u; John D'Agostino and Heli
l Agost iii". his Ife, Resident
I'nknown, and if reroarrle*
thi'ii unknown siwusea, If living
nnd if .ii .ni, the unknown heir
legatees, aaslgnee>
grantees, lienora, crodltors, trui
i or othei claimants, cln in
in-; l..>. i hrough, iiii*iti or agalm
., i. ;' i he above named d*
:.ni< who a d' ceased.
You hen by notified that n
i .1 action has bei n In
tilnst you In the t 'Ircu
I hi .hull i.il i 'll'CUlt of 1 I"
hlii i tl for I lade 'ounty to i"i
mortgage upon the followh
. i i. nl properi \ :
Lot Bl.it k 8 WESTH \\ K:
i Mi ITS. .......ling i" the i'l;
.....imil in Plat Book *
Page .I Public Ft.....da of Dad
.. '. Florida, together with Wei
U. In i iven .\ Itange 5180 58*
Rangi il".ni \v 'Exh. Fan! Norg
Washer W4-4IS: Screen Porch, Tu
Kiu-loK ire, l lot Wati r l leater, V* n
. n -. Cone. Garbage hi
W Cans: Cone. Clothes Poles an
t'pholstered B/Fast Nook.
\. i in required t" file your BJ
K\vei t" iiiaiiiiii'f's complaint with th
i 'l. i k of the aforesaid Court, art
-. rve a ni) thereof upon plali I
attorney, MAitTiN fink, mil Floe
hath Federal Building, Miami i-
Florlda, "..t int* r than Oct. 9. 19J
..I n Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
tered : -. nst you.
DATED: Vug. 26, 1964.
i:. 11 LEATHERMAN,
< 'I. i u of the Circuit Coui t
i. : i: II LANWAY,
Deputy Clerk
M RTIN FINE
Attorm y for Plaintiff
liih Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Mian.i .ii'. Florida
" i. 11, I!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thi undersigned, desiring to engagt ii
ims'ii, -- under ihi fictitious na
LATIN VMERICA CONSULTANT?
ii :' '7 Pan American Bank Buildlnp
Int.nd- iv 1st. i said nami with ih-
Clerk oi .hi '"iirt of I
RAI'L RHELTON
Sole i in i
'J, 1-.


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timif widespread protests
.gains: the persecution of Jews
in the USSR; and also called
upon the German students in
this country to help influence
the West German Government
oward withdrawal of German
scientists at work in Egypt on
weapons of mass destruction
aimed against Israel.
Still another resolution called
i students in the l nil
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Nrael or
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. SZO
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Forget War Move
Gen. Rabin Warns
TEL AVIV JTA
in, Israel i
Mail i ''
Egypt in a
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take thi j ps to
fi ard II .rom the sei
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The warning as Ihe second
froi Israel ra ders st< mn ing
from Jordan's recent rapproch-
i ent with President Nas er ol
pi Earlier, in the week
Premier Levi Eshkol had warned
the Jordanians against anj "ad
ventures," saying that Israel was
ing a close watch on develop-
i ents
It was learned recently that
Jordan was considering a new
wafer project that could cut off
the flow of the Yarmuk, a Jor-
dan River tributary in Jordan,
completely from Israel.
(Jin. Rabin issued hi> warning
in an interview in the Israel
Army publication. Hamachaneh."'
He asserted that "Egyptian acti-
vities in Jordan have created a
delicate situation there lie
lidded that, a.- long a- Jordan did
not become "an Egyptian base
in one way or another."' there
was liitle danger to Israel's se-
curitybut that a joint military
command would constitute ".< ser-
ious threat."
He also repeated a warning to
Syria that Israel would not remain
inactive in the [ace ol provoca
tions or attempts at a "fail ac
com pi i "
.,. its president lor the ne\t )
At an earlier sessiOO the dele
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Section B
*f Israeli Pioneer Gets Fellowship
[ax V. Ccgen (center) is congratulated on her election
Kident of the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and
tn's Service by Mrs. Irving H. Fell (left) and Mrs. Fred
Bte (light', past presidents. Installation of officers and
Ktl membership meeting took place recently at West-
,viJ Bountry Club.
Rosemond Hammond In
ne-Man Show Here
By Special Report
NEW YORK A celebrated Is-
raeli pioneer has just arrived in
the United States as the 200th
recipient Of a National Council of
Jewish Women Overseas Fellow-
ship for graduate study in the
United States.
She is 38-year-old Dr. Dina Feit-
el.-on. of Jerusalem, originator of
a method for teaching reading to
new immigrant children. Already
widely used throughout Israel in
teaching Hebrew to culturally de-
prived children from North Afri-
can countries. Dr. Fcitelson's new
method is a combination of the
controversial look-say'' method
of recognizing whole words in-
stead of spelling them out. and
the "phonic'' method, by which
the child masters the structures
Of words step by step.
DR. DINA niTUSON
Dr. Feitelson will spend the
year as a visiting scholar at the
University of Chicago, where she
hopes to learn American research
techniques and to compare notes
with some of the American pio-
neers on the education of under-
privileged children. Dr. Feitel
>on has won the Israel Prize for
education research.
In hailing the milestone mark-
ed by the granting of NCJW's
20Uth Fellowship since 1947. Mrs
Joseph Willen, of New York, pres-
ident or the women's educational
and service organization, revealed
tnat 111 of the fellowship awards
have been made to educators and
social welfare specialists from Is-
rael. Alumni of these studies at
American universities, she stated,
now occupy key posts throughout
Israel's welfare ministries.
A one-man exhibition, slated
Sept. 22 through Oct. 9. at the
Bacacdi Art Gallery, 2100 Bis-
cayne Blvd., will feature the
works of Rosemond Hammond.
A private opening party will be
held this coming Monday. 6 to 8
p.m.. at the gallery. Hours are
.Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m.
Born in Miami. Mrs, Hammond
studied at Ooucher College in
Baltimore, and received the AB
d( gree trom the University of
Rochester. She did postgraduate
work at the University of Miami
Mrs Hammond has exhibited
ber work in several group shows,
winning a prize in the Fourth
Annual Lowe Member's Exhibi-
tion in 1935 and a first award in
the Sixth Annual Lowe Member's
Exhibition in 1957.
Several of her paintings are in
private collections in Miami, Bal-
timore, Now York and Los An-
geles
Mrs Hammond lives in Miami
with her husband, a physician.
and two daughters Her family
includes long-time leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity.
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BG)'.-e circling Carolyn and
tav Hess apply the descrip-
labulous" to their entire
Kip Carolyn's mother, C'aire
jc.r, travcl'inu companion, en-
thii l.i ally agrees Among
sigt hts of the vacation, their
Stay .n Manila, wheie son Jay
Hs attending medical [school and
Httey were feted at ah elaborate
*Lar,ut" (similar to Hawaiian
Huau lor the uninitiated) In
Singapore, it was more enter-
Hainn.ent in honor of ithe Hesses
by U..v Consul there, Dr. William
De Myer, and his wifej. long time
Bfrienr,- .
Celebrating her birthday in
^Bangkok, Carolyn was serenad
|rd by six Thai waiters reeling
Bunder a giant birthday cake as
they -truggled with the English
"words of "Happy Birthday to
You.'' having been painstaking-
K e< ;ched by devoted husband
David Fifteen planes later,
on a trip unmarred by a single
drop of rain, the exhilarated
travelers returned to their native
land to find there was nothing
anywhere to compare with the
U.S.A. or Florida, with or with-
out a hurricane.

Judge S. A. Robbins and wife
Rita, took sons Randy and David
on a tour of the south and western
part of the U.S.A. ... Visited eight
national parks and a myriad of
cities Northernmost point of
the journeyMontana, west as
far as California, and over its
border to Juarez, Mexico .
Covered 10.500 miles, and return-
ed to Miami in time to wave au
revoir to Rita's brother, Jon
Speisman. whose Peace Corps as-
signment will take him to Chile.
S. A. .
While Eileen Levine tried to
soothe her own kiddies. Jack 11;
Jonathan 8: Felicia 7; and tiny
Jeffrey, 5 months, during the
Cleo blow, hubby Murray was
out visiting U.S. Air Force mis-
sile site installations around Dade
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cmpletc ^/Vlenu for <^iihhotlt 1 MI-ORED BELLIN
j, .,,, e isumlng that we
iav< oui >als in the Suk
, h-i- tied a dinner to
the hoi when will be
(i u'i'e as in our
rooms Before the meal
vile the Kid
;i i, sukkah, has a
. ura, a I r our children
. a moving and
. experience. We will
., cm- twin challos, Bhaped
a i- c raary for the fes-
,.. .iMil )(>ls of honey
signify all rr.at is good and
. the dinner with
"mm- pickled fish, fol-
bj ;i soup bich represents
hi ij of harvest.
oup is h with tomato,
sorl r of vegetables
. re a idy for us to
i modern mir-
'i frozi ids. For ease
nging tup to the suk-
put H i tureen. Our
t and tender
i- "I in a novel
, \ I!' can- meat is bak-
i" !. I keep hot as it
ried to th > kkah, where we
.1 unwrap and carve it. Carrot
i as, baked in a casserole, is
isy to can as are the bak-
tataes. Ft dessert we ob-
serve one of the custo/.s of Sukkos
and have a fruit-filled pastry, a
Flttden as delicious as the more
difficult to nijkc? >trudel.
Menu for Sukkoth Dinner
Wine f)r Kiddush
Twir Challos
Small bow la of honey
Pickled fish Harvest soup
Mrs. SolmanN Brisket recipe
Carro- clmmas
Bak To.-ed Salad
.Sweet mixed pickles
/lives Fluden
,i or bl ick coffee
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Harvest Soop
lbs. roun; >one chuck in
f- ;.
dmm
how do you say Paradiso?"
"Eden" is undoubtedly the
word that Chef Boy-Ar-Dce
was searching for to describo
the true Kalian-style flavor of
this wonderfully rich sauce,
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE*
SPAGHETTI SAUCE
with Mushrooms
So good with so many dishes
spaghetti, macaroni or rice,
for left over meat or fish, for
cheese and omelets. Made-
with flavor-peak tomatoes,
pices and tender mushrooms,
simmered to perfection for
true Italian taste. Keep plenty
on hand.
one piece
2 medium onions, diced
3 large stalks' ol celery with
lea\ es
2 teaspoons >;<11
7 i upg water
l i-li>. can tomatoes
1 cup canned tomato sauce
1- cup pearl barley
1 10-oz. package frozen mixed
vegetables
Peppei to taste
Place all ingredients except the
frozen mixed vegetables in a large
soup kettle. Bring to a boil, then
simmer covered, until the meat
is tender, aboul 2'-j hours. Stir I
the soup and scrape the bottom!
from lime to time to prevenl the
barley from slicking. Remove
the meal and celery. Add the
frozen vegetables, bring to a boil,
then simmer until the vegetables !
are tender, about [5 minutes. Stir '
ccasionally, as the soup is rather
thick. Add pepper to taste and
a Id more salt if needed. The
recipe make- about ;i cups of soup.
vn\ not used may be frozen. II
the soup is made in advance it
becomes very thick and may be
thinned with beef broth. The
meat has a delicious flavor and
may be used as the main dish of
another meal.
Brisket Recipe
Select a piece of single brisket
and have all visible fat removed.
The meat should weigh about
3'/4 lbs. after it is trimmed.
Spread va of an envelope of kosh-
I er onion soup mix evenly over the
' top. Roll up the meat and tie
J to hold in shape. Wrap in heavy-
! duty aluminum foil. Leave a lit-
1 tie space for air, but seal the
ends tightly. Bake, in a shallow
pan, at 325 degs. F. for 3 hours.
Serve hot with the natural gravy
which forms in the foil. This
meat is also delicious sliced cold.
' The recipe makes about 10 por-
tions.
Fluden
4 cup- sifted all-purpose flour
Pioneer Women
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Plan Program
(,i eater Miami Council of Pion-
eer Women's Executive is meeting
i i Mi nday t<> fol mulate pians i ir
events to take place during the
[964-65 season.
( Ida Vleir. one of nine Pioneer
A omen's Clubs in the Greater
mi area, is starting the sea-
son with a meeting on Wednes-
day, p.m.. in the Community
:-i el Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave.
Mrs. Miriam Halperin. newly-
elected president, will speak on
Hie significance Of Sukkoth in an-i
cent and contemporary times.
Afternoon will celebrate 40
years of Pioneer Women, nation-
ally, and 25 years locally. Mrs
Milton Green, Council president
and member of Greater National
Board, will trace Pioneer Wom-
en's activities from the organiza-
tions inception to the present
based on personal observations
made during a recent visit to Is-
rael.
A poem, written and read by
Mrs. Sonia Gerbert, will be dedi-
cated to present members of Golda
Meir Club.
Mrs. J. Fraydman will be in
charge of the musical portion of
the program.
2 teaspoons double-acting bak-
ing powder
'< teaspoon salt
2 cups sugar
ui cup vegetable oil
2 eggs, well-beaten .
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 cup finely ground walnuts
1 cup dry, shredded coconut
3 medium-sized apples, peeled
and sliced thin
2-3 cup pineapple or strawberry
jam
Mj cup seedless raisins
About 1-3 cup water
Sift the flour, baking powder,
salt, and 1 cup of the sugar into
a bowl Add the oil. eggs, and
enough water to make a soft
dough. Stir only until the ingred-
ients are blended. Divide the
dough into 5 pieces, 4 of which
are the same size, and the fifth
piece about 1-3 larger than the
others. Roll the larger piece into
a 12'2 inch square and line, an
8x8x2 inch cake pan with it.
Press the dough smoothly against
the. side*. It will extend slightly
above the rim. Combine the re-
maining cup of sugar with the
cinnamon. Sprinkle 1-5 of this
mixture and V4 of the walnuts
evenly over the bottom. Roll out
another piece of dough into an
8x8 inch square. Place this over
the first piece. On it spread vi
of the jam and coconut, and an-
other 1-5 of the sugar-cinnamon
mixture. Roll out the third piece
ol dough, 8x8 inches in size, and
place this in the pan. Cover with
an even layer of apples and
raisins. Use all of them. Sprinkle
another 1-5 of the sugar-cinnamon
over the surface. Roll out the
fourth piece of dough into an 8 x 8
inch square, place it in the pan.
and on it spread the remaining
nuts. jam. and coconut, and
sprinkle with another 1-5 of the
sugar-cinnamon. Roll out the last
piece of dough into an 8'.a x 81:
inch square, place it over the top,
and pre-s the edges of this lay-
er and the bottom layer firmly to
gether. Sprinkle with the remain-
ing sugar-cinnamon mixture. Bake
at 350 degs. F. about 1'4 hour-,
until the pastry is a rich brown.
Cool in the pan. To serve, cut
into squares of any desired size.
The fluden may be prepared in
advance, cooled, wrapped in foil,
and frozen.
Beth Am Cotillion
Cotillion classes at Temple
Beth Am are being held again this
year on Sunday nights for 20 con-
secutive sessions, beginning Oct.
4. Under the direction of Robert
Mandell. who has conducted the
program at Beth Am for the past
several years, the group is open
to children in the seventh, eighth,
and ninth grades. To meet in the
Youth Lounge, the series will in-
clude parties given periodically
and the final Cotillion Ball.
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larmony Lodge Hears ADL Chief
. Schulman, regional di- day evening at Belli Torah. Act- men) Commander Ainslee K Fer-
I nai BTith Anli-Defama- jng president of the lodge is lior- ,- .,., commander Dan Sales, ol
|l eague, was principal speak- to" B Lu.xner- \,th Miami Beach Post 682.
II ii'.' a special program spon- The Jewish War Veterans were Temple Afiath Yeshurun and Tern- Highlighted were activities
h\ Harmony Lodge on Mon- represented by Florida Depart- pic Beth Torah were represented the Anti-Defamation League.
hy their Men's Club presiaents,
Joseph Fields and Julius Gordon
-Vic* presidents Michael Ross
and Paul Besser extended open
invitations to the community to
attend.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual
leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun,
delivered the invocation and the
benediction, and the program in-
cluded a CBS filmed dramatiza-
tion. "The Priest and the Poli-
tician." according to vice presi-
dent and program chairman, fcab-
hi Max Lipschitz, spiritual lead-
er of Beth Torah
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In N'-* y rl -.' Metro-
poliUfl Opera auditioned young-
ling in the cbo.r Shirley
was one of toe fortunate ones ac-
eepted It -as' a wonderful three
sears of experience for her. be-
' "'' same stage a- Eton
:" -elle. G sli afartineili and
Maria Jeritza. U arai at -v..- time
that she m-.-t 7; Chertok.
Ted Mid that ht was net going to
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nortli befori here 27 years age Their dauznte.-
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'' the Irativ* iffairi of the firm. She
t to spend any time alone. Her
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d learning to play
tation work until -he became pro-
[or National Council <.f Jewish Women
Al'" I "" dO a spot Job, Shirlev U participating
Ii ternational Hoapitalit) and presently n helping to
the North Miami Youth Symphony. Of course,
" all the concert lymphoo) performances,
and operas. While her avocal on and voca-
e blended so well
'r an itterlj charming and delightful
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The veil of p.rk silk ii.
fell from a princeai crown of
pearli and crystal beads, and she
carried a white prayer book mark-
ed with a fan haped arrangement
of pink Btephanotii centered with
a white orchid.
Bridal attendants were Ellen
Bone Levy, serving as her sister's
maid of honor. Elaine Preis. Amy
Osman, Carolyn Wewzimmer and
Arlene Stein, bridesmaids.
Stanley Rose served as hi-
tber'i best man. Groomsmen
were Stuart Rose, another brother.
Jamison, Rose
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At Young Israel
High Holy Days
mS. ALAH J. KOSl
Arthur Sher. Howard Safer and
Herschell Bloom.
Following a reception in the
assembly hall of the Temple, the
newly-weds left for a honeymoon
trip They will live in Nashville
until the new Mrs. Rose graduates
from Peabody Institute and Mr
Rose receives a degree from Van-
derbilt. both in June. 1965. Then
they will make their home in
Miami.
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' Ii officei of
' eterai
ill be m attendance Commit-
have tx-'-i. received from
' Legi in, Daughteri
American Veterans, Veterani
Adath Yeshurun
Meeting Slated
l- i h Home Beautiful" will
ted b) Temple Adath
i. ..' the fir-t meeting of
the Ne Yeai 5728 in the Tem
k ..; Hall on Wednesday at
Music will be under the direc-
tion oi i intor Maurice Neu, and
Rabbi Jonah E 'plan will offer
the invocation
Refreshments will be erved.
I Fort : n Wai Marine
>">;-r ; then Guesti al
the i on en be
th I rida
Miss Helper
Eyes Dec. 20 Rites
Mist Ellen Leslie lieiper ana
Paul v Silverstein, of Jamaica.
NY. are planning a Dei 20 wed-
ding
Announcement of the engage-
ment if made by the bride-elect's
parents. Mr and Mr- Harvey E
Kramer. 184 Palm Island. Her
fiance is the son of Mr and Mrs,
Morn- Silverstein, 95 S. Shore Dr.
The future bride is a graduate
oi Miami Peach Senior Hi-h She
attended the University of Flori-
da. Boston University and was
graduated, cum laude. from the
University of Miami in June. She
i- a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
social sorority, and Alpha Lamb-
da Delta, scholastic honorary.
She will attend the Fashion Insti-
tute of Technology in New York
', he m is
te ol iuiubis Grammar
'->l m .'.. i York l itj He
19 J :art
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and producer oi
lipment and pi He
ii a partner in Alps Industries lo-
(ated in New York City.
A capacitv i
gogoe of
Greater Miami
High Holiday aervici -
Dr Sol Nussbaura
the congreeat.or..
because of the
re>pon>e by the North D
munity for You:
:he synagogue plar-
txpansion program v.
dition of a second -
preaeai edifice. a?
school buildin;
Rabbi Sherw.n St
tual leader of Y Dg ]
that "the overflow ci
m a members ..cquir^
the High Holidaj
added testimony to th>
tion of traditional
in the Greater Mi
ilj
The High Holiday -
'he scene of the
Holy Ark
ii. b;. the noti
tore Bo-co. an
Young Israel b; Mr
Lerner. Mr. and Mrs
ner. Mr and Mrs
Sylvia Straychi
Mr- Morris Lerne:
Mrs. Eli Nachman :n
their parents. Mr and .
uc I Lerner.
A new Eterr
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i emory of his v .:e. E--
and Mrs. Email L'ng
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The ii,- :|| commence
with a luncheon undei the chair-
man h.p oi Executive Secretarj
\I Ii \Vad- ol r.tra. Fla., with
- tint to be presented by f
'oral Gables Mayor Joseph Mur- VJOnS, ISOOCSOn
ph The program following the
luncheon will be devoted princi-
pally to a discussion of proposed
terani legi lation for the corn-
ear
Representing the Jewish War
Veterans will be Department Com-
mander Ainslee R Perdle, Senior
( ommander Jack Herman of
Hollywood. Past Department
'.ommander Manny Mandel of
North Miami Beach and Depart
mint Adjutant Selma Tucker.
Among the official JWV observers
ni be National Executive Com-
mitteemen Irving Steinberg and
victor FreedmaO anil National Ad-
juiant Ralph Grossman.
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Hara Helayne I-aacson and Mar-
tin Stephen (Jan, were married
Sunday. Aug. 30. in the Ambas-
sador West Hotel. Chicago,
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isadoi e l-aaoon. Chi-
cago, she was graduated from
the University of Miami.
The bridegroom hiated
i "in the University ol Miami and
attends the Northwestern Univer-
sity Graduate School of Business.
He is the son of Mr. and Mr-
Abe Cans, 2154 SW 16th St.
After a honeymoon in San Fran-
cisco, the couple will live at 7250
N. We,tern Ave Chicago.
Marriage of Alice Ann Jot-
: Dan.els
took 'place Saturday. Sept. 5.
in Brooklyn, N.Y. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Rufus Jarman, of
Westport. Conn. The groom
is the son of Alfred H. Dcn-
iels, of Miami Beach, and
Mrs. Ada M. Daniels, of New
York. After a honeymoon
tour of the New England
states, the couple will live
in Cambridge, Mass., where
Mr. Daniels will finish Har-
vard Law School.
JNF Planning
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Yeshurun Com i
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guests
Judy Drucker. sopran
sent a program of V
Hebrew folk igs >
bj Aida Yaslo.
Meeting is open to ti I
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lublic.
B'nai Sholom Sisterhood
Yom Kippur Capers" sponsored
by Temple B'nai Sholom Sister-
hood will include a live band and
hot buffet supper on Saturday.
8:30 p.m.. at the temple.
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jnning the Beth David annual "Shipwreck Party" are (left
I right) Mrs. Walter Falk, Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz and Mrs.
/mour Friend.
zhanks Uniform Expands
ert M Mcrritt Inc., general
traitors, has been awarded a
D.000 contract in an expansion
cram lor Mechanics Uniform !
rice and Diplomat Service.
th Florida industrial launder-
Jack S. I'opick. president of
industrial uniform firms, an-
priced the project, to occupy a
Mock on NW 1st Ave., from
fcV. 21st to 22nd St. Charming
lociates has designed the ultra-
|xlorn building. Stanley E. Ax-
eld and Associates. Inc.. man
ement engineering consultants.
kupplying technical engineering
la
ear School
30th Year
Inn the doors of the Lear
jhool opened for its fall term, it
larked the 30th year of consecu-
>e operation for Miami Beach's
Icsl private school.
The school, which is located at
Bill West Ave.. on a two and onc-
nlf acre tract of land bodermg
Iscayne Bay, has its own ~~> ft.
w i in in i n g pool, auditorium.
Iricncc laboratories, dual class-
poms with facilities to accom-
modate indoor and 0u t d o0r
l library and dining hall.
ig ;i~ director-principal of
Be -i hool is Richard E. Lear, son
1 the hool's founder, Mrs. Ida
tear, who has retired alter being
ith the school since it- inception
larlj m 1934.
Lear said thai figures I the
arst week showed an increase in
registration of over 15 per cent.
This reflects a desire by parents
pr exacting programs for their
hildren in preparing them for
v.ghcr education," said Lear.
Catering to local students and
specializing in small classes with
[dividual attention stressed,
l any ol the school's departments
'p.ive been greatly expanded to
care for the new semester's pro-
grams. A full curriculum is be-
Ing offered for students of all ages
from kindergarten through college
preparatory.
The Lear School i< accredited by
the State of Florida's Department
of Education, with a full course
of college preparatory or general
'unprehensive academic studies.
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE
ialone) wishes to exchange few hours
service doily for unfurnished opt.
CALL 751-4994
'Shipwreck Party1
At Beth David i
Beth David Sisterhood invites i
all its members and friends to
"sail" aboard the SS. Beth Dav-
id to sunny Italy, the locale for i
this year's "Shipwreck Party" on \
Saturday evening, Sept. 26, in Spec-
tor Hall.
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, chair-
man of the evening, and her co-
chairmen, Mrs. Walter Falk and
Mrs. Seymour Friend, have plan-
ned a continental affair. There
will be a late supper of famous !
Italian dishes prepared by Lloyd
Apple, catering director at Beth
David, and his staff.
Music for dancing will be fur-
nished by Cosmo Lloyd and his
orchestra. There will be a charm-
ing gift for each of the ladies at-
tending.
HE CARRIED A WHISTLE
Eielyne Treister's father, Simon Bressler, or
Atlanta, carried a whistle, and he wore a guide's
cap when he and his wife met their crew at_the
World's Fair. This was a unique "going to the
Fair." flelyne and Kenneth and their family
joined them in New York. They were thirteen
Strong, three daughters, three sons-in-laws and
five grandchildren. Grandpop sure needed that
whistle I They saw every bit of the Fair.
DID YOU KNOW?
Sadie (Kling) Frankel, who lives in Balti-
more and is the world's worst letter-writer, was
so excited at being at the Democratic Conven-
tion thai -he actually wrote a card to say that
she talked to Adlai Stevenson and Sen. Hubert
Humphrey, a:ul went to Jackie Kennedy's cock-
tail parly .
Charlie Jacobson's mother-in-law sent him a
pair of pink pajamas for his birthday to match
the kitchen. Why the kitchen? .
Robert Rubin, who just graduated from Yale
Law School in June, and his wife Judy, who just
finished her Master's thesis at Yale in French
literature, have been visiting Robert's parents,
Sylvia and Alex Rubin. Then the Senior Rubins
will lea\e on the SS France for Europe and
Israel .
Judy and Barry Shein have returned after
three years in Lakeland to Miami. Barry is with
the Internal Rvenuc Service. Judy's folks. Dodo
and Sam Falick, and Barry's folks, Molly and
Maurice Shein, are overjoyed .
Claire and Art Rosichan are proud as pea-
cocks. Son Dick and his wile are moving to
Atlanta, which is a little closer to Miami than
Buffalo. There, Dick will work for his Master's
in English at Emory .
Hope and Rocky Pomerance. took Hope's par-
ents, Laura and Al Nason, to the Mona Lisa
Room al the Eden Roc for dinner in honor of
a very big occasion. The Nasons have been
married 39 years.
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HURRICANE IRENE
Irene (.Mrs. Max V.) Cogen was installed
as president of the Women's Division of Jew-
ish Family and Children's Services the day of
\ the hurricane. It augurs well for JFCS. She'll
sweep everything before her. It was a cozy
I group of officers, board members and friends
in the Gold Room of Westvicw Country Club.
It was Leon Fisher's (the lone man at the lunch-
eon) farewell before he and his wife left for Is-
rael and _fb.cn Greece to attend a Conference,
of Soeiai Workers. Harriet (Mrs. Marshall) Har-
ris has just returned from Jamaica where their
two moppets. Jennifer and Steve, had learned
the new dance, the Ska. Her parents, Anne
and Joe Lipton, had flown in lor the weekend.
Linda (Mrs. Bill) Binder was sitting at the
eame table with her mother-in-law, Florence
(Mrs. lien) Binder, who had just come back
from a marvelous European trip. Linda wai
proud of her mother, Mrs. Max ("gen. Hannah
(Mrs Morton) Stein was excited about her new
grandchild, one month-old Laura Ann, daughter
of Jane and Alan Stein. Ethelda (Mrs. David)
Kirsh was sitting with her mother. Mrs. Irving
Gladstone. Talking in a corner were Irene (Mrs.
Irving) Fell, Grace (Mrs. B. B.) Goldstein, pres-
ident of JFCS. and Monna (Mrs. Fred) Lighle.
Gloria I Mrs. Howard) Scharlin was discussing
with her mother, Rose (Mrs. Jerry Goldman,
the new baby in their family, James David, son
of Bobby and Martin Goodman, Included in the
hurrying homeward-bound guests to beat the
hurricane were Florence (Mrs. Sidney) Blum,
and Lily (Mrs. Harry) Schiff.
BLUE AND WHITE FOR A BABY
Mikki and Morris Futernick had a party at
Wcsthrooke Country Club to celebrate the ar
rival of a brand new baby, Lee Edwin, and the
second birthday of Frank. Sister Cathie Ellen
4'4, has had her own parties. Among guests
were the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold X
Beyer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Futernick and God-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hadlcr. Others
included Cantor Herman Gottlieb, Mr. and Mrs
Steve Quartin. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruff. Mr
and Mrs. Marvin Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Har
vcy Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spiegelman.
and Mr and Mrs. Jay Rossen.
BESS GLASSER REGISTERS FOR SCHOOL
Bess (Mrs. Louis) Glasser registered at the
University of Miami for her daughter, Mona.
now Mrs Ray Byron Cohen. Mona is going to
attend the university, but registration is taking
place while she is on her honeymoon, so Mother
volunteered. FRANCES LEHMAN
Dr. Margolis
To be Speaker
Killers Are Loose on the High
speed Expressways" will he the
subject of a talk by Dr. Leonard
Margolis at the luncneon meet
ing ol Dadeland Lions Club on
Thursday, Sept. 21. at the Sum-
mit Restaurant
Dr. Margolis is chairman of the
Motorists Vision and Highway
Safety Committee oi the Dade
(' unty OptOmetriC Association,
ind recently addressed the Gov-
ernor's regional conference on
"Driving and Safety.'"
Home Auxiliary
Opens Season
Next Tuesday
North Miami Beach Auxiliary oi
the Jewish Home for the Aged
first meeting, after being recessed
for the summer, is scheduled for
Tuesday evening, 8 p.m.. at the
Home, 131 NE 52nd St.
The group charter will be pre-
sented, and Mrs. Lillian Cicio
and "her gang" will feature their
unique "Kitchen Band."
Refreshments will be served
under (he supervision of Mrs.
Ruth Miller Prospective mem-
bers and hu-hands are invited.
President Mrs. Libby Salamo-
witz is in charge of transports
tion.
Housing Authority Reelects Fine
Martin Fine. 37-year-old local at-
torney, has been reelected chair-
man of the .Miami Housing Au-
thority for the fifth consecutive
year.
Fine, who is starling his eighth
year of service on the authority,
is noted for his work on behalf of
the area's senior citizens. He is
vice president of the National
Housing Conference and first vice
president ol the Florida Associa-
tion of Housing Authorities.
During Fine's chairmanship of
Ihc Miami Housing Authority, four
specially-designed projects for Ai6
aged were opened, with the fit'h
a high rise at 1401 NF 7th St.. due
to open early in December.
The completed projects are the
Abe Aronovitz Villas. Donn Gar
lens, Jollivette Plaza and the
Moretti Apartments.
For three out of the last .
the MHA also has won the
Dean Melville E Johnson v
"for its local record of achi<
menl in the field of public hi
ing."
Business and civic leaders
will gather on Sept. 24 at
the Fontainebleau Hotel to
honor Hank Meyer for his
15th year of service to the
City of Miami Beach. The
luncheon will honor Meyer
in conjunction with the Cham-
ber of Commerce. Milton
Weiss is chairman of the
Civic Committee.
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: -; Hebrew clOM loi .: new Hebrew man. Diane Matza. Back row are Carolyn
/ inny Sanies Hfa let Girla. Shown Badnick, Toby Cavell. Sandra Ehrenreich. end
H Mrs B ikot Ik and [fronJ row Robin Zelkowitz.
SaniOl loon-agMl ol Tnnpl* M'-norah consult with Rabbi
Maytq Abfiiijowil/. on UUM actlwKiM. Firs* affair will be a
ddaal I'uiininq Sieve Moore, principal of Miami Beach
:'-'-nior Hi()h School. Lft to tighl <"<; Diane Glickman. pres-
*l* it; Rabbi Aht'imowitz; Evther Behmouas. uecietury; and
'irt Minhkin. vice prenidenf.
Sunshine Chapter Regular Meeting
n 'iinr haptei ul B naj liniii
Women will hold its f ii si refill.u
linn on Tin-^ci i\ i |> in at
a.: hington federal Auditorium,
InTtli si
Program will welcome the
group's members and new mem
Imti, imil refreshments will be
served.
loclKi.nn;' the da> are Mrs,
Morris Bcin.ti-in ami Mrs. II
Kramer
Beach High
Principal Will
Speak Sunday
' e M< i principal of Mian,;
Senior High School, will
ih to the Senior High School
I" n-Agi Do Morals Chance
World" at Tem-
pi'- ITouth Breakfast on
20 ;,t 10 m the
al Hall.
'* > : o nh bn kl ill launch
for the Senior
und-
pro-
foi boj i and : iris ol the
loth I2tl nior
h h school Diane Glickman,
i n idenl ol the Teen age Seniors,
and stnart Mi hkin, vice president,
have planned the first program
railed Youth on Trial "
future programs will include
youth responsibilities in commun-
ity agencies, as weU as m reli-
gious affiliations On the social
side, social activities will be
launched vwth a hayride to take
place in the month of October.
I ol low inn Moore's lecture on
Sunday, a panel of youth will
question the speaker, as well as
conduct a question and answer
period.
Rabbi Mayi'i- Aliramowitz is ad-
visor of the newly formed group
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SasaSSSa Airet, an tldunfl
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Mie+> School *t Beth D** Can-
9rtuition and gcrfc Teat- Ca*-
-,'*%*' z~ otsr asnankan *
th faeuy inclcda Ratobi Shtnv
cn *i. ^, M's Z^a>a Ssrtieoik
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To rah egation. For
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has been opera*:ri2 a Central High
.1 in Hollywood, no* consist
ins of three daises The Rireau
attempting this year to or-
ze a post-gradtiate da--, con-
.r.g of the graduates of last
real aid others qualify
Marlene Krovetz, a graduate of
'he Central Hebrew High School,
r.ding Camp Ramah thi- past
ummer. wa- a-signed to special
Bible Study i ith material sup-
plied by the Melton Research
the national re-earch
branch of the Teacher's ln-titute
ol America.
Herbert Zvi Berger associate
: 'he Bureau, is director
Of the Central Hebrew
School.
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Jeffrey Arthur
Wayne Schonfc/ri
Contributions cf the Labor Zionist Order
David Abelow
J$ar Jeffrey Arthur
Mitzvah of Jelfrey, son of
[; (| Mr* Donald M. Arthur,
|b" celebrated Saturday. Sept.
\s' Temple Emanu-iEl. Dr.
Lehrman will officiate,
trey i- in the eighth grade
a tilus Junior High and plays
i in the band. Interested in
fctics. he is a member of the
manu-EI Junior Play-
Other interests are water-
I ii ting and fishing.
\ 5 i andparents, Mr. and
Edwai L Arthur, of Tain-
Biul Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Es-
i i St Petersburg, will be
tat to:- tin' occasion.
l<: celebrant will be honored
Kiddu>h in Sirkin Hall fol-
the service and at a re-
leu and buffet dinner Satur-
eninj at the Eden Roc
*
Wayne Scrt>nfeld
|t) e Brant, son of Mr. and
Abe Schonfeld. 5736 Pine-
Dr., will celebrate his Bar
Jval during services conduct-
by Rabbi Leon Kronish and
|or David Conviser on Satur-
Sept. l at Temple Beth
ivi
eighth grade student at Nau-
Junior High. Wayne plays
>, and his hobbies are elec-
Ic and ham radio.
\. and Mrs. Schonfeld will hon-
Jii son at a reception and
\i- on Saturday evening at
fceauville Hotel.
David Abtlow
I my Lehrman will officiate
hi- Bar Mitzvah of David, son
Ii and Mrs Joseph Abelow.
laturda) morning, Sept. 19, at
fple Emanu-El.
lvi(! is in the eighth grade at
Lilt- Junior High School and
Interested in tennis, watre-
in and riflcry
\y Anna Muni, David's grand-
er, of New York City/, will be
fcr the occasion.
celebrant will be honored
reception following the ser-
at the Roney Plaza Hotel.
< V *
Andrew Lane
Iitzvah of Andrew, son of
|end Bin. Anthony W. Lane,
be celebrated on Saturday.
Dr
I Sept. 19. at Temple Israel.
Joseph Narot will officiate.
Andrew, an eighth grader at
I North Miami Junior High, is pres-
ident of his class. He is inter-
ested in all sports. Tennis, sail-
. ing, and the uuitar are his special
hobbies.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick and
Mrs. Louis Lane. Andrew's grand-
parents, will be present lor tne
occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddu.-h follow ing the ser-
vice
Michael Friedman
Jon Shore
.Michael Brent Friedman and
Jon Benjamin Shore, first cousins,
will celebrate their B'nai Mitzvah
' on Saturday morning. Sept. 19. at
' Beth David Synagogue, with Rab-
bi Norman N. Shapiro officiating
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Friedman, is an honor
| student in the eighth grade at
PallMtfO Junior High. He is an
active participant in all sports.
Jon, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.!
Gerald Stone, is also an eighth,
grader at Palmetto Junior High.
His major interest is music, and
he plays clarinet in the school
band
Out-of-town guests will include
Mrs. Jay C. Singer, of Minneapolis,
sister of Mrs. Friedman; her
daughter, Susan Shore, and Mr.
and Mrs. Donald La Belle, former
Miamians. now living in Colum-
bia. S.C.
By JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
Seothern Representative
Farband Labor Zionist Order
THE past 2 years have been
valuable years of major
growth anri expansion for the
Farband Labor Zionist Order
and the five existing branches
in Miami. The Southern Far-
band representative, Joseph P.
Zuckefman, who is also president
of the largest branch in Florida,
started the active membership
drive a little over two years ago.
During this time, the Farband
has accomplished the following:
engaged five physicians to care
for its members: established a
blood bank; Blue Cross-Blue
Shield. 120 days covered in full;
and established a Hospital Com-
mittee to visit and aid sick mem-
bers.
Farband Labor Zionist Order
is a fraternal society dedicated
to work for the improvement of
the American Jewish commun-
ity, the projection of Jewish cul-
tural values, the development of
the State of Israel and to give
greater validity to the Four
Freedoms and Democracy's creed
for all mankind. During the 51
JOStPH P. ZI/CK*MAN
years of its existence, the Far-
band lias rendered exemplary
service to the United States and
the State of Israel.
.lew- throughout the world are
fully aware of the purpose and
ideals which unite the Farband
membership with the people of
Israel.
The Farband is not a political
organization. It is neither di-
rectly or indirectly connected
with any political party, nor does
it bind its members to any poll-
tical program.
The Farband believes that to-
talitarianism in any form is op-
posed to the ethical concepts of
Judaism, to the dignity of the
individual and brotherhood o
man. For this reason, the Far-
band vigorously combats Fas-
cism and Communism in all their
manifestations.
The Farband is committed to
strengthening Jewish life in
America by means of vigorous
cultural and educational pro-
grams and the support of the
State of Israel in its economic
development and in the consoli-
dation of its position in the com-
munity of nations.
The Farband is closely allied
with all democratic forces
throughout the world in efforts
to advance adequate Standards
of human equality everywhere
The Farband increased its
membership in Miami by 800 and
expects to double the member-
ship in 1961.
Peace Hope Reported By Staff Writer
NEW! FREE!
| A REVISED EDITION OF
, FAMOUS 14-YEAR
B". //-ENGLISH CALENDAR
Interfaith Peace
Seminar Slated
For Wednesday
Clergymen's Interfaith Peace
Seminar will be held next Wed-
nesday, beginning at 9:30 a.m., at
the International YMCA, 2225 SW
8th St.
Adrian Fisher, deputy director
of the United States Arms Con-
trol and Disarmament Agency,
will be principal speaker.
The function it being co-spon-
sored by the Dioceses of Miami,
the Greater Miami Ministerial
Association and -Hie Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Planning Committee is chaired
by Rev. H. Stewart Austin, chair-
man of the Department of Chris-
tian Social Concerns of the Coun-
cil of Churches and pastor of
Wesley Methodist Church.
Serving with him, among others
on the committee, is Dr. Herbert
Baumgard. president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami and spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Am. Moderator at
a 1 p.m. discussion period will be
Dr. Joseph Narot, of Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami.
Lurther C. Pierce, executive
secretary, Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Churches, will introduce the
guest speaker, whose address is
scheduled for 10 a.m.
By Special Report
Slow, undramatic efforts are un-
derway to ease the terrible ten-
sions between Arab and Jew in
Israel. The little-reported move-
ment, with literally fantastic pos-
sibilities for world peace, is told
in the October issue of the Cath-
olic layman's magazine "Ram-
parts."
Judy Stone, a staff writer who
recently visited Israel, found two
individuals, an Arab man and a
Jewish woman, working inde-
pendently to end the bitterness be-
tween their peoples.
The two, she said, were drawn
to their work by a common mag-
net: the horror of the crime
against humanity that was
Auschwitz.
And they are making important
progress toward a common goal:
the end of "ten miserable years
of bloodshed, misunderstanding,
suspicion and lack of objective
knowledge about each other among
Jews and Arabs that have caused
a deep wound in the body of Is-
rael."
The woman is Nina De-Nur, the
daughter of a prominent Israeli
surgeon and the wife of one of
Israel's most famous authors, a
survivor of Auschwitz who still
uses his concentration camp num-
ber, Ka-tzetnik 135633, as his pen-
name.
Nina De-Nur started her work
slowly, by inviting Arab visitors
to her home and herself visiting
the homes of Arabs. Her manner
I is non-political, and personal, and
' her dream: an Israeli "peace
i corps" for Arab villages and
establishment of a John F. Ken-
nedy Peace Center for the Middle
Fast on the Israel-Jordan border
in Jerusalem.
The man is Abdal Aziz Zuabi. an
Israeli-Arab and the 38-year-old
deputy Mayor of Nazareth, who is
working to break down "walls of
non-understanding and suspicion"
between Arab and Jew.
He feels if this can be done
with the quarter-million Arabs
living among the approximate-
ly two million Jews in Israel, ,
"the Arabs of Israel can become |
a real, living bridge between
the Jews in Israel and the Arab
peoples outside."
"This might be one of the key?
to peace throughout the world, not
only in the Middle East," the
Arab leader said in "Ramparts.''
Zuabi has helped found a new
school which he hopes will meet
this goal: the Great Haviva Cen-
ter of Jewish Arab and Afro-Asian
Studies, which is located in the
lladera area north of Tel Aviv.
The school now has 26 Arabs
. and 20 Jews as students. By con-
I trast, there are only 140 Arabs
I among the 14.000 students in Is-
raeli universities. Miss Stone re-
| ports.
FARBAND Labor Zionist Order
Lebedicker Branch 342
GMAR CHASEMA TOVA
May the Year Ahead Be the Best,
A Year of Happiness and Peace,
of Good Health and Good fortune
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN. President
SOLOMON PARNESS
Financial Secretary
ELY MALIN
Treasurer
OSCAR SHAPIRO
Vice President
JACOB FRAYDMAN
Recording Secretary
. Jhbretij diiiexdaffs of the
ekequivalent tjinjtish dates
t9b& to 1H67 Jewish holi-
VetoWTJ.
Calendar absolutely free
ur readers. Mention name
publication when writing.
S)st-card or letter to:
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Greetings to Our
Jewish Friends
HOLIDAY
CAFETERIA
The Cafeteria that Changed
"Eating into Dining"
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
AT 83rd STREET
Sports Figures
To be Honored
Sports figures who are outstand-
ing in boxing, bowling and foot-
! ball will be honored guests at
Friendship Night of Coral Gables
Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday.
9 p.m., at Hillel House, Univer-
sity of Miami.
Heading the list of star-studded
guests is Willie Pastrano world's
light heavyweight boxing cham-
pion and head of the Youth Phy-
sical Fitness program of the
Dairy Council of South Florida.
Chris Dundee, well known box-
ing promoter, will be given a
plaque for his cooperation in pre-
senting a boxing show for the
benefit of the lodge. Angelo
Dundee, fight manager for Pas-
trano, also will share the spot-
light.
Leo Steinman is president of
the lodge, and Sol Schreiber is pro-
gram chairman.
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Friday
5*pteaj
How Iran's Jews Look to a Traveling Beachite
'^\\
By LEON J ELL
peo-
i
tonMrtj
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: Dr
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I I
a
... ivardi
i quartei
0!
I .in-
Clean Quarters
In t efclcd
cleai found (amiliei
elcomed and invited ui to
.th them The inside ol
quarters ni clean
and neat, ami even the court
yards iwept and gardened with
plant- an butcher shop; the butcher was
.il-'i the llaughterer. Women
were .vt-ramblini; to get their
rn.its and ehickens for the Sab-
hath on that Friday morning.
From there. Rabbi Paris took
rne to the foremost synagogue
and introduced me to the sex-
ton, who in turn introduced me
to his wife, lour daughters and
ion Tbe Mxton spoke Per-
-:an and Hebrew only and what-
i -I information revealed wtt
through the help ill Jjr Paris
i nf to visit a in
el ial i hool |M -t built by
Joint Distribution Commit-
and one can truly delight
in eeii th indei I ul work
rorld l< lion ii
m bel : edj Jew i h
'I 0' i'l ''
No Frve Schools
cl ool in Tehi
ni IS large lighl and
ii.ion | |
ng i i the
hool iii ndenl mainten
i and tome ol the teach
Iran ha: no free public
ola and ;m education no
Rabbi Norman S. Paris riqht] with Mrs. Paris in Teheran.
Left ;s Mr. M. Abraham, owner of the Sinai Hotel of Teheran.
'''' : -.:,-.: 11 e'.er He
.'' I a-t 1.1.
' '' ''-; Item 7urk_e\ and Israel. Hart he offers tome ob-
community .' M> !! u j metal
the White House Conference on Refugee* the L S. Refugee Com-
mittee and represented our country at the huergot emmental Com-
mittee ">i European M at Genexa m 1958 Locally he terves
as president .;' the Greater Muti Jewish Rational Fund Council. He
is a rait president and honorary life president ,./ Temple Btrt/i Sholom.
matter how meager, must be
paid for by the parent-
The new school building i- as
modern, if not as luxurious as
.some of our school-, a- any one
would hope for there The chil-
dren admitted to the ichool Start
at the age Of five and may go
through high -diool
The school i- official!} recog
niied and a diploma, showing
the completion ol a hi h
lion, entitles the holder to
enter an) university in Iran. It
ceptable in most "I the
in I. u ipe 'l here
e| irate cla for boys
and girl ; althi i hei lor
i to be i rou hi in I
countri there i- a lack of
q lalifn I Ii ichi i Ii n Dr.
erved thai wit
LEON HI
More Items Now for Green Stamps
When your family
celebrates a Special
Family Occasion-
Welcome Wagon Calls
When your family celebrates a
i .teenth birthday, announces
an engagement or the birth of
* new baby, or moves to a new
home, your Welcome Wagon
Iutteaa will call with a basket
ol gifts...and friendly greetings
from the religious, civic .a
ml business leaden of I
ur community
When the occasion arises, phono
HI 8-4994
Matei nity clothes, s h e a t h
'ire -. ai i health equipment for
women now can be obtained with
Merchants Green trading stamps,
according to the firm's new cata-
lof ue available nov
These are among more than 700
new items added to the 132-page,
lull color catalogue, it is being
given tree at some 500 Food Fair
.supermarkets throughout an elev
i en-state, Rhode IsIand-to-Florida
i area, and by hundred- of other
j merchants who also give Mer-
chant* Green stamps.
Attractively illustrated in full-
color, the new Merchants Green
catalogue contains more than
200 color photos depicting hun-
dreds of gift items in natural
settings.
The Hilts range from a full line
\ of household appliances and fur-
nishings to wearing apparel, leis-
ure-time items, toys, hardware and
garden supplies
Among the new additions in the
Merchants Green catalogue are
diamond witches and rings; sum
mer furniture, including the lat-
est in rattan and aluminum; an
i adult game section; the latest
| high fashion colors and shape- in
luggage; color-coordinated bath,
ensembles; and an expanded sec-
tion of ready to wear items for!
I men.
The health equipment for wom-
en includes rowing machines and
bike exercisers
A special eight page -ports sec
tion features equipment for hunt
log. fishing, camping, boating,
golf, plus the other popular out-
door and indoor activities.
Every item offered by Mer-
chants Green is the product of a
nationally known manufacturer
and i- guaranteed in writing.
The back cover of the new
Merchants Green catalogue fea-
tures the firm's unique group
savings program through which
organizations may pool stamps
to obtain items not ordinarily
listed.
Merchants Green trading s;amps
are given by Food Fair supermar-
ket- and a variety of other mer
chant- along the eastern sea-
board S. T.
Joint Distribution Committee
there would be no school? for
poorer lamiiie-
Although the Jew- of Teheran
are Orthodox, Rabbi pan- re
ed to ct the meat that tnm in
r.tuali-tically ^laugh-
tered incorn Rabb: P
named .
re than two
that the) hai
Hoot
Jewish Problems
T!ir Peril i .rp; \ir
E Maurch, a membei of the
I'arhament representu
the Jewish communities in Iran
th- i blind scholar
n ii! through the N
[fan, in -

ai-
ish lift in Ii
1"';- test II I :
Ji e in no position to
lie toward a systemic
II--.re., and -ecular education
for Jewish youth. He also prais-
ed the the Joint Distri-
bution Committee in behalf ot
educating Jewish children, but
regretted the fact that greater
sums were unavailable for the
purpose of establishing more
schools like the one in Teheran
and in other cities of Iran.
The Radical Change
I'P to the Second World War.
Jewish bfe in Teheran had not
changed since the Middle Ages.
The father of the family still
chose a wife for his son and a
husband for his daughter, with-
out consulting them; and in
many instances, the bride and
groom did not see each other
until after the ceremony under
the canopy, when the veil was
lifted Since World War II. how-
ever, the consent of the young
ii.-ualK -ought by their
parent-, especially in Teheran

**dt e the ^
n
Hamadai ~ ;;-|aJ
that rei "J1*!
the ,r*i

The .;
ly in

an an
read |
morr.
The Pi
sian i
TJrthi
and
laml
i
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fafafl to Israel
Th.

so than tl
appear hi
ful.


Adult Courses
At Beth Am
Scheduled Here
Temple Beth Am will
adult education .
day. Sept. 28. 8 p in ace.
to Mrs. Joshua Segal, chaii
of the group
The institute nil] have
eight-week term- during the
Courses include a new
'Highlights from the Bible." feu
by Rabbi Herbert M Baut
at 8 p m., and one on "Higi r
from Jewish History." at 9 pi
bj gueal lecture: Rabbi Solonx
Schiff, of Beth i utivc vj
president of Gn
binical A--n, ..
However, the custom ol choos
by the parents without
the consent ol their children is
: ent in H n

and Kurdistan 1
Id, de-
f Grei
in a di :. rent col ir, and
ot which remains I
The only vestige ol the days i I
X< xes i- a Shrine to I
the Queen, and Mordecai, her
located in the center ol
the city. Tilt. monuments are
Members and
ed to register
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September 18. 1964
+Jfnlsli noricSirnr
Page 11-B
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m%
>:
'. mbers of Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
formulate plans for the coming year.
...g (left to right) are Mesdames Louis
>vsky, Israeli; Max Affachiner. I. R. Good-
Bernard Lachs, Emma Lazarus; Murray
iwartzman, Hanna Senesch; Johann Ber-
Imma Lczarus; Ben Sanderson, Stephen
I

Garr Named
, Branch Director
!> Burton Garr has been appoint-
I ed director of the Miami Beach
Y.MIIA Branch, it was announcel
by Horschel liosenthal, president
', "of The Greater MTami "Y."Since
1961, Garr has been on the pro-
fessional staft of the Miami Beach
"Y."
During the past several years,
Garr has served as supervisor of
children's, teen-age and senior citi-
! zens' activities, and has also di-
rected the "Y" summer day
camp.
Garr is a professionally-train-
ed social group worker who re-
ceived his master's degree from
the Boston University School of
Social Work. In his new posi-
tion as branch director, he will
guide the total program of the
Beach "Y," located at 1536 Bay
Rd., which includes activities
for every member of the fam-
ily, from the pre-schooler to sen-
ior citizen.
Garr will also be responsible
for working w ith a new branch
Board of Directors to be develop-
ed this year
A native of Maiden. Mass., Garr
~" now reside? in No. Miami Beach
^_ with his wife. Lucille, and two
O b i t ii a r i c 9 children. Michael 3. and Wendy
Sue 2.
Wise. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames
Sylvia Kurland, chapter life membership co-
ordinator; Sam Gottlieb, Morton Towers;
Phyllis Reuben, Morton Towers, Miriam Press,
Henrietta Szold; Edward Lassman, Deborah;
and William Safir, Brandeis.

B
[in.ous Education Director Rabbi Chaim Davidovich imparts
message of hope of the shofar to Jacov Wiesel 9, Kiryat
ykin. Israel, and Phyllis Arnold 10, New York City, at the
feh National Home for Asthmatic Children at Denver,
lese youngsters represent hundreds from all over America
foreign countries with severe asthma who are brought to
realth at the free "hospital-home of last resort." There are
er. chapters in the South Florida area. Mrs. Dorothy Rit-
DXm. 932 15th St.. Miami Beach, is president of the South
ida JNHAC Council of Presidents.
spitz. Mm resale, 7\ ..I !::.'." K.
liayuhore I't. Riverside.
ZISSMAN. Mai.rlce, 7".. < 1414 Em-Ud
Ave. Hervlt.- in Detroit. Riverside,
DOBKIN. K.lx-at-.i. >:7. of S353 M --
nolla ILL. Ke)stone Inland, died
Sept. I Service* in Charlotte, N.C.
Rlwratde.
LADERMAN. Ma.-. :.!, of "J .-i.. died Sept. ". Gordon.
BLUTTER, Ism I. 87, -if 1009 IVnn-
Mylvanla Aw. Services in Bronx,
N.v. Riverside.
NIEMAN. LOUls, 69, Of 180 N\V .Msl
Ave. "Sordini.
BINHAK, Mi> Helen M '-". of 2267
S\V Mth St.. died Sept. 9. River-
aide.
BINHAK. Milton I!., M, of 2387 KW
Mth St.. died Kept. '.'. ftiveratdo.
JOHNSON, l-'r. .1 O., 36, of 8980 BW
list St.. died Sept. IS. Rlveralde.
KALINA, Louie, 74. ..f 77:. Dade Blvd.
Rlverslde.
LEVENSON. Im. Arthur. I'.'. of 1920
RE tOih Ave. Bervtoea in I'hikulel-
pliia. Riverside.
miller, Harry, 7:.'. of ":.'"> b'urfslde
Blvd. Riverside.
GOLDENBEHG, Sarah. 81, ,.f 601 BW
11 th St.. died Sept. 10. Servlcea In
Philadelphia. Riverside.
GOLOMBECK. Mia. bonla !*.. 64, "t
^.".1 S\V 7t.-t Ave., died Kept. 10. Rlv-
eralde.
KLEIN, Isidore, 69. of 1140 Euclid
Ave. Services In Brooklyn. River-
tide,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tsiVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FOCI'S at Post Office Box 177 North
Weal Branch. .Miami. Florida S8M7
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dau*
County, Florida.
Wll.l-IAM E. HOY
THKOIxiUE M. Tltt'SHlN
Attorney for William E. Hoy
9, 18-25, I" 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name ..i
DADE CAMERA CBNTE '"*
N.W. 36th Street, Miami, Florida, In-
tends to register said name wuii tiw
Clerk of the Circuit Court ..t Dude
Count). Florida........
SAMI 'EL B. LYNNE
B VS'SETT A PEHRARA
Attorneys for Applicant
:, ll-l<-J"- i" -
Nat'l. Parkinson Foundation
The National Parkinson Founda-
tion will hold an installation lunch-
eon Saturday noon in the Rich
elieu Room of the Deauville
Hotel. Some 200 persons are ex-
pected. Mrs. Anna Cohen is in
charge of arrangements.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBL'CATION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF TH*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 4 C 10146
ROBRRT A. BERIjEH,
Plaintiff,
.lAOQI'Ei.tV BERLEH,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mrs I......neli" Merles
, o William Nicholson
171st Street &- 88th Avenue
Tinley Park, Illinois
v..ii ar.- hereb) notified that
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and yon ar.- required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
PleadinK t" the Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, .1. Bavin" Lleb-
niun. 20 Houtheast First Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida ami file the original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of the
n.-rk of the Circuit Court mi or be-
fore the 'j::r.l .lay of Oulober, 186*.
li nut fall t" '<" SO, judgment by "
fault win be taken agulost you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint
DONE AND DRDERED at Miami.
Plnrldn, thi- t'th day of Beptember,
A.I>. 1964,
K. I!. I.KA'riIKUMAX. Clerk.
Circuit four Bade Cocuty, Florida
(aeul) By: C. l'. cocki.anh
i puty Clerk
.1. DAVID L-IEBMAN
: si:. First Ave.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9 18-25, l" :'-!'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 64 C 10111
[>i ii^orrs in >\\ i:n.
Pkilni '
BUK10N GARR
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHiNCERY
No. 64C "0125
< ,\ K INVESTMENTS INC
., Klorlda nr|i i lli
Plaintiff,
\ H,
rCW IE Mll'clll-.l.l..
.1 silr-h- W -111.111.
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ESSIE MIT- III'...
i Tolmun A\.....
< Hoc, ,-.-t-. Mi-- I- h '-''v
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED II
i ('oni)ilalnl Hi I lost Agl eotm I
for I leeil on th. foil wins di i l-il
in <]> rt> :
I ,,i in in...-'.- 2, FIRST VDDI-
TION Ttl M.I.APATT < H SCH.....-
srr.MVlsii in, ii r lln t i" the
plat lher< of, ..- >r Hook 7, at Pae I4-.-. of the PuM
Rwords of I'a.i- County. Florida,
has Iteen brought naulnst you, an I
you are hereby notified t>> serve ..
.-i,|i> nf \.,in imswer or ideuding m
EVAN OI.STER. At' rn.> f->r Plul
tiff. :'.7I< West Flaglor Street, Miami
Florida 3S1S4, and fll- the orlalnal In
the offU.....I Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Bade County, Florida, on .-r
before the 23nl tlu> of October, 1964
otherwise the allegations of nald '".....
plaint' "ill I"- taken as confessed bj
you,
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 15th day of Beptftmbt-r,
1964.
!:. B. WEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Cocnty, Florida
(Heal) By: HELEN KE8SLEI:
Beput> Clerk
; 18-15, |fl 2-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64365 C
IN RE: Estate ol
HECMINK E. KOLL
Decensed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- -.r Demands Against Buld
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present any claims and d<
muniU whiiii you may have against
the estate ..f 111 .KMIN1: E. lCol.1, de-
ceased late of Bade County, Florida,
t.. the County Judges of Bade County,
ami file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 783.16, BBorldn
statutes, in their office* In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Bod* County, Flor-
ida, within >i\ calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the sain.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this llt'i
day of September, A.D. 1964,
WALTER ROLL
As Admin Htratoi
First publication of this notice on
the 1Mb -lav of Si ptember, 1961
MERVYN I.. AMES
. i leorge, A ine .v Rll tei
Attorney for Adminlsl I at -t
1 Suite 8IKI ltlsca> n< I
ID \V. FMagler St., Miami. I In
- is-:1:., in 2-9
*s

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Series of an astronaut's space suit are explained to little
} Katzen. 6320 SW 62nd Ter.. by Dr. Frank Sessa (cen-
director of the Miami Public Library, and S. Ronald Pal-
light) seen with wall charts soon to be installed in all
r branches. The air-conditioned zippered skin space
made of 1.600 separate parts and seals the astronaut,
jging him into a mobile pressure capsule. Dr. Sessa ex-
,ed. The educational project for space-minded young-
"was launched by Pallofs tire company a? a public serv-
provide a compact picture-story oi how man is being
for space.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 10147
JOHN DENERi i
Plaintiff,
vs.
BARAH M, DENERl.
I i, t.-nilallt.
su:t for divorce
TO: SARAH M. DENERI'
126 Hardlnw Street
S\ rncuse, New > ork
V,,u. b'ARAH M. DENERt). "
Ii.....bj notified that a BUI ol Com-
ilalnl '" Divorce has lieen filed
tgalnst you, and you are feoujred !
eive a copy ot your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
he Plaintiff* attorney, BANFuRD
ll. ERA VCR, One Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Beach, Florida and
lie the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on ..I- before the SBrd day
of October, 1964. if >'" tail to do so,
Judgment bj .i> fault will be taken ;
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill >>f Complaint.
This n.itiee shall t- published one.-
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DONE AND DRDKREI) at Miami.
Florida, this 16th duy of Beptember
Al>. 1964,
i: it LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, I ntde i 'ocntj Flm Ida
(seal) B> C. P. COPELAND
l deputy *lerk
BANFORD 11 KRAMER
One Lincoln i: d Building
Miami Beach I" iritis JE S- I
Alt.Mil. \ f.-:
9/1S
ERNEST BOWEN
I ', I. :
SUIT for divorce
TO: i'.I'.m:.- ii W EN
Itesldem i nknow n
Yi.ii. ERNEST I'.oWKN. ai, here-
in notified that n Complaint fur Dl-
I,.,.. i. ... led Rgalnst you, and
yuu are I mired to ei i"e .. op> of
>.,.., Answ. i : Pleading t" the Com
jilulnl on the Plaintiff's trttornej. Al-
li i Krelsli T"i Alnsle) Building,
Miami l' oriilj mid file the oi Iglnal
Ausw iidtng In ih. offii,- .-t I
ihe Clerk ul tlu Circuit Court on or
before the I da> of I ictober, 1964
it yuu d" -" Judgment l> de-
iai.lt will be taken against you for
ll,,. | -.-.! in the Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 14th da) "f September
A.B. 1964
i: i: I F5A I'HKKM AN. clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade <"ocnly, Florida
(aaal) By: C. P. IXU'ELAND
i leputy Clerk
Ai.CKiI. KRE1SLER
Ti'i Ain-. Building
Miami, F'lorlda
Attorney !'- i'Uilntlff
:. 18-25, l" -'-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fictitious name "i
CAPRI ri'H.H.STKIIV ai T..L' NE 79th
Street, Miami, Florida Intend t" reg
is., i si une with tli.- Clerk of the
. rt of I lade 'ounlj. Florida.
CARLOS REY
i:\tl. Ul iMEZ
11 VTTEN S \ I.EM
100 NM -
\l am
r Ui') & d mi
B 1^-:'.".. I" 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7672
THE WILI.IAMSDI RtlH
SAVIN.'.H HANK
Plulntltf,
-
C VRMF:N PHILLIP 'Rll' v and
CORICA, In- .- '"ul'
. t al.
I ', l.ni..nt
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO RICHARD OU CMAN
|:| West -Till -
New Vot k, N- > rk
you .,,. hei :-. .titled that the
above captlom I a. tlon luis bi -
tituted against >- In th* Clri
Court of the Judli u Clri ull "t Flor-
ida In and for I "ail i "ot nt) to fore-
close .. in .rtgagi n follow ing
desi rlbed real propei 1)
Lot 17 Block 47 First Addition to
Carol CR) accoi Hi -; t" ii"- Plut
thereof, recorded In Plal Book
at Page 19 of thi PublU Record! ol
Bade Count l- lor
you are required t.. file your an-
swer t.. plaintiffs r-omplulnl with the
i 'lei k ol the :.!"'. --. 'i 'out t. and
s.-rve a eop\ thereof upon plaintiff's
attornes MARTIN FINE, nth Floor,
Dade Federal Bulli ng, Miami 82,
Rorlda, not Ii let ll an October IM,
l;i, ,.i a I'.-- re. Pr t'onfesso "ill be
entered ag )
11 VTFIl': Si |ite..... ''. 1964.
i; I; I. I I ItM AN
Clerk of th. i "Irpull Court
is,-.ih I I !*l LSON
1......1
MARTIN FINE
Ati..i n. > for Plait
Mth Floor -I*-
Miami


COURTESY IS EXPRESSED
IN MANY WAYS ~*
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courtesy, JttnWi We, at Food Fair,
have other ways. For one thing, we try, constantly,
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-one that is all cheer instead of all chore.
We're even ready to make any Eskimo customers
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,y. September 18, 1964 vJewisti Mcridfiatr? Page 13-A t** • I of theNursery School of Temple f are busy in their New Year project E toys and food with needy children I .. ..iiiunity and oversees. The "Lend Ar %  is directed by Mrs. Sam Luby t of the PTA, and Mrs. Leo Bran(leis, c.je:tor of the Nursery-Kingergarten Detriment. Each day the children bring in a >y or c v • of food to be distributed to hospitals .) ocls iu their name. The 17th Street fursery School is held daily from Monday irough Friday. 9 a.m. to noon, under the direction c: registeied nursery school teachers Charlotte Maxv/el! and Gertrude Weiss. Left What is Your Score in Our Sukkoth Holiday Question Box? By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX making his Sukkah beautiful. Why is it customary to put up decorations in the Sukkah? The Talmud (Shabbos 133.B) requires that one should make his Sukkah beautiful. The source for this requirement is derived by the Talmud irom the Biblical passage in the Sons' of Moses (Exodus 15:2) which says "This is my God and I will adore Him. This is taken to mean that everything that is done for God. i.e.. in observing a commandment of the faith, should be done with beauty. Some people hang fruits in the Sukkah to symbolize the harvest season which comes at the time Of the festival. Others particularly like to hang specimens of the seven kinds of vegetation which the Holy Land of Israel is known for. Room is left, of course, for individual taste so as to make the Sukkah reflect the personal interest of the individual Why is it customary to wave tha Lulav and its accompanying species in the few direction* and also up and down? The Talmud tells us (Sukkah 37.B) that this is done in order to stay oil evil winds and damaging moisture. It is also claimed in the Talmud that the waving is done to indicate that wherever we turn, north, east, south, west—the Heavens above or the earth below—the Almighty is omnipresent. Some authorities claim that since there are altogether thirty-six motions in the course of waving the Lulav they represent the thirty-six extremely righteous men for whose sake the existence of the world is continued. In every generation there exists thirty-six such men. They represent the security of mankind Waving the Lulav represents our hope and confidence in the continued existence ol the universe THE WEEK... US I SEE IT to right (front row) are Melrssa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Burton Hadoif; Hannah, dauqhtei of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sussman; Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Taller; Abby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brcdie; Daniel, son of Mr. and Mis. Herbert Zeinel. Second row are Alexa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hart; Melindu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks. Third row are Keith, son of Dr. and Mrs. Howard Grumer; Adina, daughter of Cantor and Mrs. Hush Adler; Cynthia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fiederick Woogin. Back row are Mrs. Luby and Mrs. Brandeis. rordon Joins Humphrey Push I .lack D. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and pan AstHM ation of Miami Beach. Joined Sen. Hubert Humhrey's personal staff and will lkr. Abraham Wolfson the : za Forum for Adult lucati" i on Thursday morning, to 12 noon, in the Auditorium Wasl ; :i Federal. Attend services tfcis week at mm own place of worship A member of the Dade County School Board. Gordon is the unopposed Democratic nominee for reelection to that DOSl r > DAOB •MAM X MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOIEIM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY' N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 V Emanuel Gordon Harry Gordon 1877-1946 1903-1964 A Good \am U Mo To Be TV*, mred T/uii Qre< i Riches. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKE GORDON JAMES B. GORDON Vit SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS y he* the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sobboffc 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer Continued from Page 4-A his frantic need to become a full) accepted member ol :i monolithic society, he hence vends books on civil rights, immigration, child-worshipping and other topics of the day read also !>> his neighbor. And he iencouraged to do so by himajor Jewish organizations that about American Jewish survival — but thai spoon Iced him read1 ing lists on civil rights, immigration and, someday soon, even Jewish child-worshipping. And neither is there Zion anywhere. Compliments of Miami's Most Beautiful Exclusively Jewish Cemetery i^/Vlt.


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•>~S* ^TT*-*' %  Jews* *****: Leader in Hfhtwi Heef Vrffi HRshs^ppiKs on Crri fB^!t! -I -, > %  mt ^ ftp IBM %  • %  %  %  %  I for HOLIDAY ^and Everyday jhe Perfect Salt • I'"' "* %  "i fvl .:'•Mitt ••" .':=l %  • MM "...• -a -< w ~ v v^rM4 x •• fa %  %  i — ~-e:::, too... %  What's the difference between vegetarian & strictly vegetarian? • i AEP!i Alumnae Plan Meeting Here Tuesday • amis kg *Vr**" ~ pi %  %  • • %  t* flu* • %  %  '•-.. t ler and parve. of course. — i Every labei carries the o seal of approval of the |^Ur?!on of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America)* 57



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?: Face 16-A fcn i*t thrMitr. y Student Zionist Organization in Major Resolutions ^_i ii o-,i „r-,.ii• .1.. ctuHv. Jewish airl* similar numbei Frid VSe*J Continued from Page 1-A timif widespread protests .gains: the persecution of Jews in the USSR; and also called upon the German students in this country to help influence the West German Government •oward withdrawal of German scientists at work in Egypt on weapons of mass destruction aimed against Israel. Still another resolution called i students in the l nil --.. %  • • a) leasl Nrael or i t pwish SZO ( Kleinh '•• York Forget War Move Gen. Rabin Warns TEL AVIV — JTA in, Israel i Mail %  i '' %  Egypt in a i • tar; mai ; take thi j • %  ps to fi ard %  II .rom the sei i • al The warning as Ihe second froi Israel ra ders st< mn ing from Jordan's recent rapprochi ent with President Nas er ol %  pi Earlier, in the week Premier Levi Eshkol had warned the Jordanians against anj "ad ventures," saying that Israel was ing a close watch on developi ents It was learned recently that Jordan was considering a new wafer project that could cut off the flow of the Yarmuk, a Jordan River tributary in Jordan, completely from Israel. (Jin. Rabin issued hi> warning in an interview in the Israel Army publication. Hamachaneh."' He asserted that "Egyptian activities in Jordan have created a delicate situation there lie lidded that, a.long aJordan did not become "an Egyptian base in one way or another."' there was liitle danger to Israel's security—but that a joint military command would constitute ".< serious threat." He also repeated a warning to Syria that Israel would not remain inactive in the [ace ol provoca tions or attempts at a "fail ac com pi i .,. its president lor the ne\t ) At an earlier sessiOO the dele gati heard a report in that the majority ol Jewish stuII: T^ KOOI'IM. 685-1952 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPEKLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Galpet i Harvard graduate study •i Kin-tein College if Yeshiva L'niver %  ttj The survey, made with the hlp of the SZO and Dr. Stanley King. Harvard Study director, found that 65 per cent cf the Jewish students would intermarry, 45 pr cer.t of the Jewish mf > n ti >;,J thev would date only Jewish girls, a similar number would date all girls and 10 per cent would date only non-Jewish girls. \met; per cent -aid they were • ten sled in visiting Israel, 27 percet I said 11 ^ v as important to observe |he Jewish dietary laws and 06 per cent said ii was im; rtanl to i serve the Jewish hoiDirector To Alliance Kll. /? rector • ,.. Sj been elected %  Ol the H, Ol i, member" of He eonfirn • aml "' Hebe*,! i %  J (he Bali L > % %  Main Store: 5300 N. W. 27th Ave., MtamI Opvn 24 Hour* A All Day Sunday _^-^" ^"***_ i*fp So,,* r"W4 S.nce ,924 Y^Q^Q^fl^ Kg^K UsLiaaaaaMH SIK)BUHBHBMV an Anr ii at*Krvif% li m# 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. >S W~ OPEN SUNDAY ^ ^^ e ^ y wr un afviit/n i 1700 N Miamj Beach Blvd (N>E 163rd S t.) \ i QUALITY TIRE SALE! I NEW Slim-Line WHITEWALL NYLON TUBELESS 670x15 13.95 850x14 18.95 750x14 13.95 800x15 21.95 710x15 15.95 900x14 21.95 800x14 15.95 820x15 21.95 760x15 18.95 950x14 21.95 Plus Fed. Tax $2.26 to $3 on plus old tire off your car. EXPERT FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS ALL WORK DONE TO FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED You Have INSTANT CREDIT in our stores with your Company or other approved Credit Cards! WORLDS LARGEST B. F. GOODRICH DEALER Our 40th Year! MIAMI 3300 N W. I7lh A... Optn 24 Hours I All Day Sunday 500 w.u fl'S'tr St. vn% $ w. • ih $i„„ MIAMI BEACH 1454 Allan o,d W HOUYWOOD •017 Holly-cod Bl.d .1 Stjtt *.jd '7 NOBTH MIAMI 13140 N W 7th Avrnuf HOMESTEAD 30100 Souih Frd*il Mw, w. >A>< HACH .17 North Mai. oo I J| A.M.. r.M. SOUTH DADE 9001 South Dtaia Hr Open III I f M Sun. 9 lo 5 ET LAUOEKOAIE H30 W Ira.ud Bl.d 7S37 W B'o —jrd Blvd. MIAIEAH 1 Iff vv 49th Si N MIAMI •!'" DM H. Mi."" ,.., BM IM l. "' %  >' o... %  < • • %  •



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Page 12-A *• h M i < t fkrrtnr Friday. September Jg, i Completing preparations for the Congregation Be'h TorahIsrael Dinner of Tribute to take place Saturday night at the congregation are iiorn left. Irving Newman, dinner co-chairman; Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. Beth Torah spiritual leader, who JS dinner chairman, and Richard Sneider, congregation pres.dent. Sen. Wayne Morse, of Oregon, will be guest speaker and make a special presentation to Dave Margulies, honoree at the dinner. Beth Torah-lsrael Dinner of Tribute For Margulies Saturday at Beth Torah Congii Beth Toii.ii i-i .. I i ner of i • %  I onoring Dave Margulies will fake place this Saturday night ;.t the eongn lion. Sen Wayne Morse. <>i Oregon, u ill comv to Miami especially fr the occasion as speaker to takn behalf <;f Israel, will be presented with thi State <>f Israel Redemption Award "in recognition 5 %  v \ NEW REDUCED FARES on all 4-DAY Cruises! ONE LOW PRICE! 3and 4-DAY CRUISES now only o 10W CRUISE rRIS INCLUDE: Q Ai 1 r.eals—including festive Captans D nnr!a Full entertainment program—Cruise [Vector, floor shows, movies, games and pnres. calypso band! %  Captain's Cocktail Party! • ntii "nial breakfast! %  Midnight snacks! %  Duty-free shopping on board! SHIP IS YOUR riOATINt HOTtl... dOs >t iiir.eui Ray StrMt in ooMo*n Msuu CO %  1 f ; y s nt.i CMIISCI sm rniom *i PM 4 7Y CRUISES SAIL MPNDtTS Al 4 45 PM s FRF.E PARKING in Miami s Ingraham Garap while you're on cruise ATTENTION BROWARD COUNTY RESIDENTS! free chartered bu-. sorvic t'om Ft. laudcrda e and Hollywood to trupside Miami and return! Sea your local travel agcr.t for lull pa-t.cuiars and reservations, or: nTriupiiin Art Pier No 2. Biscayne Blvd. & 10th St. SIcAMonlr UU. Miami. Florida 33101 • FR 9 -3836 Member of the distinguished Flagler System Domnlawn Office: 20* SI lit Strtel TiO Ex-Nazi Says He Was Shown How to Ki L'RT — JTAi — One 'leath to demonstrate to a cimp then said to the rruttaj mts in the tuschwiU Iroste* bo* it Wat dotM you know how." H arietta Uri*l -. %  •* -< <"" Mmi i. •!**-*• ^ ( .„ urt ,.., -h prisoner to la si weekend Emanu-EI USY Social Saturday Temple L s ^ • ., d • %  • for all %  i South FJorida •iii Synagogue Youth 8 p.m.. at the Tern. S'orl Branch Building, TT'h -i and Dickens Ave Honorees will be the various h ipti : delegates who atteni i..>a lership Training Institute „i Camp Blue Star, Henderson\ iile, N.C (luring the summer. Temple Emanu-EI youth ol 10th, nth. an the dance The Tempi'-'youth program it under the direction ol the Temple Youth Commission, headed bj Mrs Muri> Maisel On Sundaj morning. 10 a.m the Senior USY Group will hold its installation service and brunch at the Temple. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, will officiate New officers are president, Trudj Sigal; executive vice president, Sandy Genet: program vice president. Karen Adler: fundraising vice president, Tamra Shell. man: players vice president. Lee Itoscnhou.se; recording secretary. Susanne Singer, correspond' ing secretary, shelly Wiaaner; treasurer. Alex Oppenheim; parliamentarian. Mark Bunim; breakfast coordinator, Eileen Karson, Benjamin stun.' is outgoing president Ki'in Bartel, SI, the : %  lid that, one daj ir 1842 i [< ndanl ManStai v. %  ih him i" one ol th< -h barr icks Bartel selected tv Ji and told them to kneel Then Stark told the chief barracks trustee to kill them. Bartel said that the trustee asked how it was done, and Stark Decked up a chair leg and smashed •way at the neck of one of the Jewish prisoners until he was dead. Bartel testified that Stark EUROPE/ISRAEL 30 DAYS All Inclusive Tour D 'part Retu.n Miami K: S 80 S 1 2 3T Per person. Dbl. Oee. 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r September 18, 1964 +Jewish HerHiaw Page 9-B Jeffrey Arthur Wayne Schonfc/ri Contributions cf the Labor Zionist Order David Abelow J$ar h in Sirkin Hall folthe service and at a releu and buffet dinner Satur• eninj at the Eden Roc Wayne Scrt>nfeld |t) e Brant, son of Mr. and Abe Schonfeld. 5736 PineDr., will celebrate his Bar Jval during services conductby Rabbi Leon Kronish and |or David Conviser on SaturSept. l at Temple Beth IVI eighth grade student at NauJunior High. Wayne plays >, and his hobbies are elecIc and ham radio. \. and Mrs. Schonfeld will honJii son at a reception and \ion Saturday evening at fceauville Hotel. David Abtlow I my Lehrman will officiate hiBar Mitzvah of David, son Ii and Mrs Joseph Abelow. laturda) morning, Sept. 19, at fple Emanu-El. lvi(! is in the eighth grade at LiltJunior High School and Interested in tennis, watrein and riflcry \y Anna Muni, David's grander, of New York City/, will be fcr the occasion. celebrant will be honored reception following the serat the Roney Plaza Hotel. < V Andrew Lane Iitzvah of Andrew, son of |end Bin. Anthony W. Lane, be celebrated on Saturday. Dr I Sept. 19. at Temple Israel. Joseph Narot will officiate. Andrew, an eighth grader at I North Miami Junior High, is president of his class. He is interested in all sports. Tennis, sail. ing, and the uuitar are his special hobbies. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick and Mrs. Louis Lane. Andrew's grandparents, will be present lor tne occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddu.-h follow ing the service Michael Friedman Jon Shore .Michael Brent Friedman and Jon Benjamin Shore, first cousins, will celebrate their B'nai Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Sept. 19. at Beth David Synagogue, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Friedman, is an honor | student in the eighth grade at PallMtfO Junior High. He is an active participant in all sports. Jon, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.! Gerald Stone, is also an eighth, grader at Palmetto Junior High. His major interest is music, and he plays clarinet in the school band Out-of-town guests will include Mrs. Jay C. Singer, of Minneapolis, sister of Mrs. Friedman; her daughter, Susan Shore, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald La Belle, former Miamians. now living in Columbia. S.C. By JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN Seothern Representative Farband Labor Zionist Order THE past 2 years have been valuable years of major growth anri expansion for the Farband Labor Zionist Order and the five existing branches in Miami. The Southern Farband representative, Joseph P. Zuckefman, who is also president of the largest branch in Florida, started the active membership drive a little over two years ago. During this time, the Farband has accomplished the following: engaged five physicians to care for its members: established a blood bank; Blue Cross-Blue Shield. 120 days covered in full; and established a Hospital Committee to visit and aid sick members. Farband Labor Zionist Order is a fraternal society dedicated to work for the improvement of the American Jewish community, the projection of Jewish cultural values, the development of the State of Israel and to give greater validity to the Four Freedoms and Democracy's creed for all mankind. During the 51 JOStPH P. ZI/CK£*MAN years of its existence, the Farband lias rendered exemplary service to the United States and the State of Israel. .lewthroughout the world are fully aware of the purpose and ideals which unite the Farband membership with the people of Israel. The Farband is not a political organization. It is neither directly or indirectly connected with any political party, nor does it bind its members to any polltical program. The Farband believes that totalitarianism in any form is opposed to the ethical concepts of Judaism, to the dignity of the individual and brotherhood o£ man. For this reason, the Farband vigorously combats Fascism and Communism in all their manifestations. The Farband is committed to strengthening Jewish life in America by means of vigorous cultural and educational programs and the support of the State of Israel in its economic development and in the consolidation of its position in the community of nations. The Farband is closely allied with all democratic forces throughout the world in efforts to advance adequate Standards of human equality everywhere The Farband increased its membership in Miami by 800 and expects to double the membership in 1961. Peace Hope Reported By Staff Writer NEW! FREE! | A REVISED EDITION OF FAMOUS 14-YEAR B". //-ENGLISH CALENDAR Interfaith Peace Seminar Slated For Wednesday Clergymen's Interfaith Peace Seminar will be held next Wednesday, beginning at 9:30 a.m., at the International YMCA, 2225 SW 8th St. Adrian Fisher, deputy director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, will be principal speaker. The function it being co-sponsored by the Dioceses of Miami, the Greater Miami Ministerial Association and -Hie Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Planning Committee is chaired by Rev. H. Stewart Austin, chairman of the Department of Christian Social Concerns of the Council of Churches and pastor of Wesley Methodist Church. Serving with him, among others on the committee, is Dr. Herbert Baumgard. president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am. Moderator at a 1 p.m. discussion period will be Dr. Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel of Greater Miami. Lurther C. Pierce, executive secretary, Greater Miami Council of Churches, will introduce the guest speaker, whose address is scheduled for 10 a.m. By Special Report Slow, undramatic efforts are underway to ease the terrible tensions between Arab and Jew in Israel. The little-reported movement, with literally fantastic possibilities for world peace, is told in the October issue of the Catholic layman's magazine "Ramparts." Judy Stone, a staff writer who recently visited Israel, found two individuals, an Arab man and a Jewish woman, working independently to end the bitterness between their peoples. The two, she said, were drawn to their work by a common magnet: the horror of the crime against humanity that was Auschwitz. And they are making important progress toward a common goal: the end of "ten miserable years of bloodshed, misunderstanding, suspicion and lack of objective knowledge about each other among Jews and Arabs that have caused a deep wound in the body of Israel." The woman is Nina De-Nur, the daughter of a prominent Israeli surgeon and the wife of one of Israel's most famous authors, a survivor of Auschwitz who still uses his concentration camp number, Ka-tzetnik 135633, as his penname. Nina De-Nur started her work slowly, by inviting Arab visitors to her home and herself visiting the homes of Arabs. Her manner I is non-political, and personal, and her dream: an Israeli "peace i corps" for Arab villages and establishment of a John F. Kennedy Peace Center for the Middle Fast on the Israel-Jordan border in Jerusalem. The man is Abdal Aziz Zuabi. an Israeli-Arab and the 38-year-old deputy Mayor of Nazareth, who is working to break down "walls of non-understanding and suspicion" between Arab and Jew. He feels if this can be done with the quarter-million Arabs living among the approximately two million Jews in Israel, "the Arabs of Israel can become | a real, living bridge between the Jews in Israel and the Arab peoples outside." "This might be one of the key? to peace throughout the world, not only in the Middle East," the Arab leader said in "Ramparts.'' Zuabi has helped found a new school which he hopes will meet this goal: the Great Haviva Center of Jewish Arab and Afro-Asian Studies, which is located in the lladera area north of Tel Aviv. The school now has 26 Arabs and 20 Jews as students. By conI trast, there are only 140 Arabs I among the 14.000 students in Israeli universities. Miss Stone re| ports. FARBAND Labor Zionist Order Lebedicker Branch 342 GMAR CHASEMA TOVA May the Year Ahead Be the Best, A Year of Happiness and Peace, of Good Health and Good fortune JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN. President SOLOMON PARNESS Financial Secretary ELY MALIN Treasurer OSCAR SHAPIRO Vice President JACOB FRAYDMAN Recording Secretary Jhbretij diiiex—daffs of the ek — equivalent tjinjtish dates t9b& to 1H67— Jewish holiVetoWTJ. Calendar absolutely free ur readers. Mention name publication when writing. S )st-card or letter to: — einz Co., Dept. J2, Box [ 1 ittaburgh, fa. 15230. Greetings to Our Jewish Friends HOLIDAY CAFETERIA The Cafeteria that Changed "Eating into Dining" BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT 83rd STREET Sports Figures To be Honored Sports figures who are outstanding in boxing, bowling and foot! ball will be honored guests at Friendship Night of Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday. 9 p.m., at Hillel House, University of Miami. Heading the list of star-studded guests is Willie Pastrano„ world's light heavyweight boxing champion and head of the Youth Physical Fitness program of the Dairy Council of South Florida. Chris Dundee, well known boxing promoter, will be given a plaque for his cooperation in presenting a boxing show for the benefit of the lodge. Angelo Dundee, fight manager for Pastrano, also will share the spotlight. Leo Steinman is president of the lodge, and Sol Schreiber is program chairman. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY QUESENBERRY & CATLIN FOOD BROKERS 735 N.W. 22nd AVENUE Ph. 635-0361 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS 45 CURTISS PARKWAY TU 5-3764 MIAMI SPRINGS, FLA. MIAMI SPRINGS CIRCLE COIN NEUMISMATIST RAM COINS BOUGHT S01D EXCHANGED RAY MOYA, President MARIO QUINTERO, Viee-President



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'"Jewish Fknridian ie 37 Number 38 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, September 18, 1964 Two Sections Price 2'.i IV <&1 Nasser Bid for OK to Move Troops To Any Arab Country Fails Heavily NO ARAB T'AU-TABlc" IAID DOWN AT SUV MIT PAfH M-fl I"' CARDINAL BtA hope In his approach I ONDON iJTA) Recurrent ,\i. b ri\ alri appei red to I:I\ %  bit eked Eg; | Can D (tator Na ser's bid for po\ r to move troops ;,i any \ : ab country in the Arab Israel Jordan Rivei w sti r disp ite according to pports I %  om the Alex andria "sumn it" meeting of 13 Arab League member nations, A series "I contradictory announ cements emc • sod from the confei ence on the issi e. Initially, the announced goal had been i<> give Marshal Aly Amer. the Egyptian who heads the unilied Arab command to fight Israel, authority to move troops under his com to any Arab countrj to counter an Israeli rip si The possibility of such a riposte stemrtiv'l from Arab p'ans to divert lr : butaries in their countries :' the Jon'in River and thus deny its waters to israel. Israel Has been developing a massive wafer carrier system to irrigate i*s southern area by tapping the Jordan River through Lake Tiberias, Jordan ximenical Council Session On; wish Issue Provokes Interest also has been tapping th? same river for an irrigation project. Initially, the Alexandria confi r ence apparently appri \'.'.I a olution giving Marshal Amer au thority to move Arab military forces to other Arab countries "in c ise ol war." lint later, it .i|> peared thai Lebanon, queasy about the idea ol K lyptian troops on its soil, had qualified thai righl by specifying thai its government lirst had to consul! its Parliamenl on such ii move. Another problem was tliiii both Jordan and Lebanon are basically equipped with Wes tern armaments, while Egypt has Soviet-made weapons. The Nasser plan apparently would have tied the Jordanian and Lebanese weapons systems into the Soviet types. The 13 spend up Arab rulers agreed to lo SI4.OOU.IHM) annuallj lo stren [then the forces comma • irs u Amer, a trivial by Ihi %  •• si ni modi weapons. ident-Elect Charles Halo Lebanon, warned against pren ture execution of the headw divt rsion plan through construe! d! a dam in Jordan. He insis thai only Egypt was strong enough to Fight Isra l and thai Jord Lebanon and Syria mighl have I i I car the brunl r( an Israeli ati "before the Egyptians had time" in defeal Israel. He said the other Ai ab states musl help Lebanon supplying arms — presumably nol lol Soviet make — before the Ai ib water diversion plan was put into effect. Marshal Amer asserted thr large-scale Isiaeli attacks would Continued on Page 6-A IBIS COMMENDATION fonist Students iove to Help llack Jews' ILINTON, Conn. c.ITA) — A tllltion pledging Jewish stuiis in this country to aid the |cj:ratiiin oi the go-called "Black in the United States into eneral Jewish community was Dpi, M| here this week at the conkion oi the llth annual con m: m iii the Student Zionist Orlization. abbi M II. Paris, of New Irk. a leader of the "Black airs," commended the students Ki their resolution, stating that Bis was the tirst time a national Bv sh organization bad issued %  specific statement on !hc probBm faced by the "Black Jews said i bey have encountered bficulties in being accepted into irious Jewish educational and Ipeial institutions in this country. The convention, attended by i 300 students from 125 campuses, adopted another resolution, urgj ing American students to orContinued on Page 16-A ROME — (JTA) — The "revis ed" draft of the document on the attitude oi the Catholic Church towards the Jewish people—which provoked great dissatisfaction among Jews— isb y no means final. Vatican circles declared here Monday a! the opening of the third session of the Ecumenical Council at which the draft comes up lor discussion. The session, which opened at Ihe Vatican on Monday with more than 2.400 cardinals and bishops from all parts of the WOIKI. IS expected to lace strong opposition acainsl the revisions in the draft on the part of the liberal wing of the Council which constitutes a lame majority of the priestly participants. However, the possibility also exists that the approximately 500 members of the Council who constitute the conservative wing may manipulate to keep the Jewish issue from being debated openly, thus weakening the stand of the liberals. Vatican circles indicated that a debate on the "revised" draft could bring substantial changes i in the proposed text, and may Continued on Page 10-A $1,750,000 Spent Last Year For Anti Israel Propaganda Italian Cathedral Removes Ritual Murder Depiction NEW YORK — (JTA) — Arab, and anti-Israel propaganda agencies In the United States have -pent a total of Sl.73U.O0O during, the past year to finance propaganda against Israel among all segments of the American people. ncluding university campuses, it was reported here by Rabbi Philip s. Bernstein, chairman of the American Israel Public Allans Committee. He spoke at Hie an-| Imial installation rally of Knai Zion, American fraternal Zionist order, held ai the New York llillon Hotel. In contrast to this expenditure. Rabbi Bernstein emphasized, the sum of only $146,000 was spent bj the American Israel Public Affairs CommHte* to disseminate factual inhumation on events tn Israel and the Middle East. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, with headquarters in Washington. D.C., conducts public action aimed at maintaining and improving friendship and good* will between the l S. and Israel, he said. In a breakdown of expenditures in the past year by Arab anc" anti-Israel agencies in this country. Rabbi Bernstein, a Continued on Page 3-A ROME — (JTA) — The Diocese ni TrentO, in northern Italy, has started the removal from the Trento Cathedral of pictures and sculptures depicting the alleged ritual murdet by Jews of a Christian boy—Simon of Trent—500 years ago, it was reported here this week. The disappearance In 1475 of Simon Unverdorben, a three-year old child, before Passover ol thai year, touched off false rumors that he had been killed by Trento .lews for use of his blood for their Passover meal. The Jews of rtento were forced to "confess" Ihe alleged crime by unspeakable tortures, and were Ihen executed by burning and beheading, A papa! bull of June 20, 1478, confirmed the handling of the Trento Jews as "proper" and beatified the boy as a martyr. Worship of the embalmed body of the boy in "his" chapel continued with worshippers observing the pictures and sculpContinued on Pao 7 A Food Aid Amendment Loses Eloquent Plea by Rusk New Anti-Semitic Book in USSR NEW YORK—(JTA)—A new book Frankly anti Semitic in character. Iccusing .lews of 'actual or po fcntial" disloyalty to the USSR, luating "rabbis and Zionists," Charging thai the Jewish religion 'alien to the Soviet spirit," and bating that some .lews bake and [sell mat/.oth for the sole purpose [of making large profits, was ispued m the Soviet Union this slimier, it was revealed here. The book, entitled "Comemporary Judaism and Zionism," was displayed here at a press confer ence iield by Label A. Katz. president of B'nai Brith. Published last June by the Slate Publishing House ol the Moldavian SSR, at Kishinev, the work shows that its author is I-". S Mayalsky. Exports on Soviet affairs have identified Mayatsky as a well known Communist propagandist specialising in anti-Jewish writings. Mayatsky's book, selling for only 11 kopecks fl2 cents) and frankly intended for Ihe general reading public," was issued at the very time that leaders of the Soviel Communist Party announced an Official ban on a previously issued anti-Semitic war. "Judaism Without Embellishment."' published by the Academy of Science in Kiev. •Contemporary Judaism and Zionism."" said Mr. Katl in showContinued on Page 9-A To WASHINGTON (JTA A last minute appeal by Secretary Of Slat'Mean Rusk was one Of Ihe factors 'bis week in the defeat in the House of an amendment to force severance of rurther food for Peace assistance t the United Arab Republic. The amendment had been offered bj Hep Oliver Bolton. Ohio Republican, who said he fell the time bad come to cut "it further United states surplus commodities to the Nasser regime because that regime was undermining regional peace and stability, it was defeated when a substitute amendment was approved which was Offered by Hep. James Roosevelt, California Democrat, with administration support. The substitute was adopted. 117 to 113. The Roosevelt amendment Continued on Page 7-A P. 1ANIIS ffOOSEVElT substitute omendment



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September 18. 1964 +Jfnlsli noricSirnr Page 11-B %  ,* %  m% >: '. mbers of Miami Beach Chapter of Haformulate plans for the coming year. ...g (left to right) are Mesdames Louis >vsky, Israeli; Max Affachiner. I. R. GoodBernard Lachs, Emma Lazarus; Murray iwartzman, Hanna Senesch; Johann BerImma Lczarus; Ben Sanderson, Stephen % % % % %  I % % %  Garr Named Branch Director !> %  Burton Garr has been appointI ed director of the Miami Beach Y.MIIA Branch, it was announcel by Horschel liosenthal, president ', "of The Greater MTami "Y. "Since 1961, Garr has been on the professional staft of the Miami Beach "Y." During the past several years, Garr has served as supervisor of children's, teen-age and senior citi! zens' activities, and has also directed the "Y" summer day camp. Garr is a professionally-trained social group worker who received his master's degree from the Boston University School of Social Work. In his new position as branch director, he will guide the total program of the Beach "Y," located at 1536 Bay Rd., which includes activities for every member of the family, from the pre-schooler to senior citizen. Garr will also be responsible for working w ith a new branch Board of Directors to be developed this year A native of Maiden. Mass., Garr ~" now reside? in No. Miami Beach ^_ with his wife. Lucille, and two O b i t II a r i c 9 children. Michael 3. and Wendy Sue 2. Wise. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Sylvia Kurland, chapter life membership coordinator; Sam Gottlieb, Morton Towers; Phyllis Reuben, Morton Towers, Miriam Press, Henrietta Szold; Edward Lassman, Deborah; and William Safir, Brandeis. •B [in.ous Education Director Rabbi Chaim Davidovich imparts message of hope of the shofar to Jacov Wiesel 9, Kiryat ykin. Israel, and Phyllis Arnold 10, New York City, at the feh National Home for Asthmatic Children at Denver, lese youngsters represent hundreds from all over America foreign countries with severe asthma who are brought to realth at the free "hospital-home of last resort." There are er. chapters in the South Florida area. Mrs. Dorothy RitDXm. 932 15th St.. Miami Beach, is president of the South ida JNHAC Council of Presidents. SPITZ. Mm resale, 7\ ..I !::.'." K. liayuhore I't. Riverside. ZISSMAN. Mai.rlce, 7".. %  •< 1414 Em-Ud Ave. Hervlt.in Detroit. Riverside, DOBKIN. K.lx-at-.i. >:7. of S353 M %  •-nolla ILL. Ke)stone Inland, died Sept. I Service* in Charlotte, N.C. Rlwratde. LADERMAN. Ma.-. :.!, of "J• Helen M •'-"•. of 2267 S\V Mth St.. died Sept. 9. Riveraide. BINHAK. Milton I!., M, of 2387 KW Mth St.. died Kept. '.'. ftiveratdo. JOHNSON, l-'r. .1 O., 36, of 8980 BW list St.. died Sept. IS. Rlveralde. KALINA, Louie, 74. ..f 77:. Dade Blvd. Rlverslde. LEVENSON. Im. Arthur. I'.'. of 1920 RE tOih Ave. Bervtoea in I'hikulelpliia. Riverside. MILLER, Harry, 7:.'. of "•:.'"> b'urfslde Blvd. Riverside. GOLDENBEHG, Sarah. 81, ,.f 601 BW 11 th St.. died Sept. 10. Servlcea In Philadelphia. Riverside. GOLOMBECK. Mia. bonla !•*.. 64, "t ^.".1 S\V 7t.-t Ave., died Kept. 10. Rlveralde. KLEIN, Isidore, 69. of 1140 Euclid Ave. Services In Brooklyn. Rivertide, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tsiVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FOCI'S at Post Office Box 177 North Weal Branch. .Miami. Florida S8M7 Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dau* County, Florida. Wll.l-IAM E. HOY THKOIxiUE M. Tltt'SHlN Attorney for William E. Hoy 9, 18-25, I" 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious name ..i DADE CAMERA CBNTE • '•"* N.W. 36th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name WUII tiw Clerk of the Circuit Court ..t Dude Count). Florida. SAMI 'EL B. LYNNE B VS'SETT A PEHRARA Attorneys for Applicant :•, ll-l<-J"i" Nat'l. Parkinson Foundation The National Parkinson Foundation will hold an installation luncheon Saturday noon in the Rich elieu Room of the Deauville Hotel. Some 200 persons are expected. Mrs. Anna Cohen is in charge of arrangements. LE GAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBL'CATION IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF TH* ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY No. 4 C 10146 ROBRRT A. BERIJEH, Plaintiff, .lAOQI'Ei.tV BERLEH, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mrs I neli" Merles %  o William Nicholson 171st Street &88th Avenue Tinley Park, Illinois V..II ar.hereb) notified that Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and yon ar.required to serve a copy of your Answer or PleadinK t" the Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, .1. Bavin" Llebniun. 20 Houtheast First Avenue. Miami. Florida ami file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the n.-rk of the Circuit Court mi or before the 'j::r.l .lay of Oulober, 186*. li nut fall t" '<" SO, judgment by "• %  fault win be taken agulost you for the relief demanded In the Complaint DONE AND DRDERED at Miami. Plnrldn, thit'th day of Beptember, A.I>. 1964, K. I!. I.KA'riIKUMAX. Clerk. Circuit four Bade Cocuty, Florida (aeul) By: C. l'. COCKI.ANH I puty Clerk .1. DAVID L-IEBMAN %  :•• si:. First Ave. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 9 18-25, l" :'-!' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64 C 10111 [>i II^ORRS in >\\ I:N. Pkilni %  BUK10N GARR LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHiNCERY No. 64C "0125 <• ,\ K INVESTMENTS INC ., Klorlda nr|i i lli Plaintiff, \ H, rCW IE Mll'clll-.l.l.. .1 silr-hW -111.111. I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ESSIE MITIII'... i Tolmun A\ < Hoc, ,-.-t-—. Mi-Ih '-• %  '' v VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED II i ('oni)ilalnl Hi I -•• lost Agl eotm I for I leeil on th. foil wins di %  i l-il in <]>• rt> : I ,,i in in. ..-'.2, %  •• FIRST VDDITION Ttl M.I.APATT < H SCH srr.MVlsii IN, • ii r lln t i" the plat lher< of, ..-••• >r> serve .. .-i,|i> nf \.,in imswer or ideuding m % %  • • EVAN OI.STER. At' %  rn.•> f->r Plul tiff. :'.7I< West Flaglor Street, Miami Florida 3S1S4, and fllthe orlalnal In the offU I Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida, on .-r before the 23nl tlu> of October, 1964 otherwise the allegations of nald '" plaint' "ill I"taken as confessed bj you, DATED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 15th day of Beptftmbt-r, 1964. !•:. B. WEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Cocnty, Florida (Heal) By: HELEN KE8SLEI: Beput> Clerk ;• 18-15, |fl 2• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64365 C IN RE: Estate ol HECMINK E. KOLL Decensed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claim-.r Demands Against Buld Estate: You are hereby notified and required t" present any claims and d< muniU whiiii you may have against the estate ..f 111 .KMIN1: E. lCol.1, deceased late of Bade County, Florida, t.. the County Judges of Bade County, ami file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 783.16, BBorldn statutes, in their office* In the County Courthouse in Bod* County, Florida, within >i\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the sain.will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this llt'i day of September, A.D. 1964, WALTER %  • ROLL As Admin Htratoi First publication of this notice on the 1Mb -lav of Si ptember, 1961 MERVYN I.. AMES i leorge, A ine .v Rll tei Attorney for Adminlsl I at -t 1 Suite 8IKI ltlsca> n< I ID \V. FMagler St., Miami. I In is-: 1 :., in 2-9 *s m Series of an astronaut's space suit are explained to little } Katzen. 6320 SW 62nd Ter.. by Dr. Frank Sessa (cendirector of the Miami Public Library, and S. Ronald Pallight) seen with wall charts soon to be installed in all r branches. The air-conditioned zippered skin space made of 1.600 separate parts and seals the astronaut, jging him into a mobile pressure capsule. Dr. Sessa ex,ed. The educational project for space-minded young"was launched by Pallofs tire company a? a public servprovide a compact picture-story oi how man is being for space. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 10147 JOHN DENERi i Plaintiff, vs. BARAH M, DENERl. I i, t.-nilallt. su :T FOR DIVORCE TO: SARAH M. DENERI' 126 Hardlnw Street S\ rncuse, New > ork V,,u. b'ARAH M. DENERt). "• Ii bj notified that a BUI ol Comilalnl '"• %  Divorce has lieen filed tgalnst you, and you are feoujred !•• eive a copy ot your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on he Plaintiff* attorney, BANFuRD ll. ERA VCR, One Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida and lie the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ..Ibefore the SBrd day of October, 1964. if >•'" tail to do so, Judgment bj .i> fault will be taken ; against you for the relief demanded in the Bill >>f Complaint. This n.itiee shall tpublished one.each week for four consecutive weeka in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. DONE AND DRDKREI) at Miami. Florida, this 16th duy of Beptember Al>. 1964, i: it LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I ntde i 'ocntj Flm Ida (seal) B> C. P. COPELAND l deputy *lerk BANFORD 11 KRAMER One Lincoln i: d Building Miami Beach I" iritis JE SI Alt.Mil. \ f.-: 9/1S ERNEST BOWEN I ', I. : SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: I'.I'.M:.II W EN Itesldem •' i nknow n YI.II. ERNEST I'.oWKN. ai, herein notified that n Complaint fur DlI,.,.. i. ... led Rgalnst you, and yuu are I mired to ei i"e .. op> of >.,.., Answ. i : Pleading t" the Com jilulnl on the Plaintiff's trttornej. AlLI %  i Krelsli T"i Alnsle) Building, Miami l' oriilj mid file the oi Iglnal Ausw iidtng In ih. offii,.-t I ihe Clerk ul tlu Circuit Court on or before the • I da> of I ictober, 1964 it yuu %  d" -"• Judgment L> deiai.lt will be taken against you for ll,,. | -.-.! in the Complaint DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 14th da) "f September A.B. 1964 i: i: I F5A I'HKKM AN. clerk. Circuit Court, Dade <"ocnly, Florida (aaal) By: C. P. IXU'ELAND i leputy Clerk Ai.CKiI. KRE1SLER Ti'i Ain-. Building Miami, F'lorlda Attorney !'%  • i'Uilntlff :. 18-25, l" -'-' %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under the fictitious name "i CAPRI ri'H.H.STKIIV ai T..L' NE 79th Street, Miami, Florida Intend t" reg is., i si • une with tli.Clerk of the %  rt of I lade 'ounlj. Florida. CARLOS REY i:\tl. Ul iMEZ 11 VTTEN %  S \ I.EM 100 NM \l am r Ui') & d mi %  B 1^-:'.".. I" 2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7672 THE WILI.IAMSDI RtlH SAVIN.'.H HANK Plulntltf, C VRMF:N PHILLIP 'Rll' v and CORICA, In.'"ul' • t al. 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> Jen isii nor Mian Page 5 W. LEnERS TO THE EDITOR Thine Enemies Shall be Found Liars' %):. living Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, disuses plans tor the forthcoming installation services with jiewly-elected officers of the Temple's Junior Congregation. Left to nght are Susan Epstein, secretary; Olivia Levin, vice president; and Ralph Mizrahi, president. Rabbi Lehrman will ^r.^tall the officers in the main sanctuary at Temple Emanu-El Ion Saturday morning. Junior Congregation services, conducted by the children, are held each Saturday and on holiCays in the Assembly Hall of the 17th Street school building. [emple Judea Rabbi Explains New 'edagogic Technique in Religion School EDITOR, Th-? Jewish Floridian For many w< eks now, our largest daily, alongside the Friday announcements <>i oui synagogues, has carried the advertisement of a Christian group in something of a .1 ov\ ili disguise calling itself Conation Beth Yeshua — "Congregation of the House ol Jesus." They have announced High Holy Day services : i algous with ours— Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. l can think of how the Catholic Church was in former times plagued by mockers of its liturgy which came to he called the Black Mass. We appear to have a similar parallelism. The voice and the clothing are a counterfeit of Jacob's. A late ad of these people carries in bold letters, "Of whom does the Prophet speak? Isaiah 53:6, 'All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned everyone to his own way; and the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of us all'." A Jew should be able to take up the challenge and to answer them .Icwishly. against a Jewish background. As is the custom of missionizers, a verse is lifted Irom context in the Old Testament, and [lung at us. In its setting, enough appears t>> make the presentation dishonest as far as it goes. Isaiah was not divided into chapters and verses originally. Not until at least a niillenium later was this achieved. Any careful read er will discover, and commentaries will confirm him. that Isaiah S3 is part of a meat vision which I at what is now chapter 40. "Comfort ye. comfort ye my people, sailh your Cod." These are the times when Cyrus the Persian appeared, conquering the Babylonians. The comforting tidings Isaiah was to announce to Israel -Jacob. the Jews, is tiiat their captivity was ending. They were soon to be sent to their Holy Land. The period is about 536 BCE. "Depart ye. depart ye. go from thence.'' sings the prophet llsaiah 52:11; Cyrus is named in Isaiah 44:28, 45:1). Isaiah in this great canto sometimes refers to all the Hebrews in the plural, sometimes as in the singular, "Ye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, and my servant' (43:10). The many become the one personified: "Vet now hear. O Jacob my servant, and Israel whom 1 have chosen" (Isaiah 44:1). Isaiah must have been prophesying the release of the Jews long before '336 BCE. He as triumphantly, "Who hath belis ed our rspor:?" (Isaiah 53:1 What report but what has bee l told the Jews by this proph-that they woutd be freed? h ; s;: aks of a regenerated and fo given people, "I, even I, am H that blotteth out thy ti ansgre %  ions" (Isaiah 43:25). All that Isaiuh speaks of has curred before time; the dividi line may he said to be 536 BC %  '. Isaiah ;>:: speaks of matters wh happened before then. "The I.' hath laid." verse 6. is in the | tense. There is no futurity, "shall" in it, or in other verses the chapter. My Hook denounces that the) tempt against us. "0 Israel thine enemies shall be found li unto thee" (Deut. 33:29). DAVID B. TRYP-;: Miami Beach Dov Chapter Party Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Worn will hold a Sukkolh party on W nsday, 1 p.m., in the Sukkah Congregation Beth El. Ral Solomon Schiff will be guest. Tra tional refreshments will he ~t cd. In addition to remodeled rooms tnd a new teaching staff. Temple ludea Religious School is introducing a new approach to Jewish lueation this year initiated by labhi Morris A. Kipper, new spiritual leader of the Temple. Rabbi Kipper, assisted by Mrs ieorge Baum, Education Commitc e chairman, has also compiled a ;'s Manual" and is planTHIS IS NEWS NEW CAR iLOANS ARE ONLY [sEAL DIRECT FOR THI MONEY YOU NEED! New er Usttt Cars! Si JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL %  • BANK •. K : MIAMI BEACH w A'llwr Codf'ey Road at Pmet-ee Drive BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived" ning frequent meetings and seminars to discuss with parents prob-' lems of raising the Jewish child in the modern world. "The primary change in this year's school," explains Rabbi Kipper, "is a turning away from the traditional approach. The older philosophy of religious education establishes a list of subjects that each child must learn, and then employs pedagogic techniques in order to transfer the material U the child. 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3 y, Sep'.er.bar 18, 1964 *J5ewis#? Fk>radH'a>r) Page 9-A. 1 L* i_. ifhcers of the) newly-formed Youth Group at ...ole Nor Tzrr.id meet to discuss plans with % %  -ow sta:.i:ng (left to right) Dale Regent, bhc.rmcn of the group; Rabbi Eugene Labofitz, spiritu-I '.ender of Ner Tamid, and Bruce fhchman. ecu:ation director. Next row are %  Larry Ben.es. :--.r.irman of the Sports CommitItee; Michae'. Moses, parliamentarian; Lloyd Sukkoth Services Siegendorf, treasurer; Phillip Florentine, vice president in charge of publicity; Wayne Prichason, vice president in charge of programming; Mike Levine, vice president in charge of membership; and Alan Felsot, corresponding and recording secretary. Seated (bottom row) is Richard Belitsy, president. throughout the sukkoth observance on Monday and Tuesday, Sept 21 and 22. Firxt day ser vices, at 8:30 a.m.. will include a sermon on "The Message of Sukkoth in an Atomic Age." Millcha i* at G p.m.. followed by Rabbi Ever'S sermon during 8 :30 a.m. services on Tuesday will be "Sukkoth—Period oi kkoth, subject is joy and Contemplation." Kiddush both days, evening and noon, will I), held in the Temple Sukkah. Continued from Preceding Page horning sen • Sukkoth observance will ushered in on Bund: y. Sept :it <>:15 p.m. feasl of Tal •will continue be celebi ite n Mom!: > and l iesday, So I 2! id 22. at !t a.m.. v.ith Rabbi er officiating i. slated for 6 p.m. erness." Liti music will be During Saturday morning services Hing ly Cant •• Gale and the at 8:30 a.m., Rabbi Schiff will Temple Sii accompanied -peak on "Witnessing Divine PowI mist. During er Study class. 5 15 p.m bj l!y fried. Saturday at 11 a.m., Mark, son • I nd Mrs. Harold Wiei er, will Mitzvah, with Rabbi Lowj iting. Sukkoth tamily set \ e slate [or Sundi y. Sept t 7 p m l r da; eve:: rvices al Agudath Israei Hebrew Institute, Carl le A eld al ,; m., will be i %  Sab bath, Durin \ rdaj morning .u s 31 Rabbi Is will spi "The Porti i %  La Mincha it 6 p.n e I b> VI will com weekend services. Eve i Feasl ol Tab ernacles will served on Sundaj .it 6 p.m Rabbi Ever will be followed by Mincha, Sukkoth will be ushered In on Sunday. aept, 20, at fi p.m Observance v ,|| be continued on Monday and iy, Sept, 21 and 22, at 8:30 B m Rabbi Schiff's sermon the hist morning will be "Gratitude or our Blessings." On tlu sec nd di y, his topic will be "A Weak !'. otli With Strong Roots Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and ml ii' Saul II. Breeh will officiate during the Sukkoth holiday at Temple Ner Tamid, Tilth St. and Carlyle Ave. Services will be ush ere I in on Sunday, Sept. 20. at 6 P m., continuing through Monday and Tuesday. Sept. 21 and 22. starting at 8:4.'> a.m. The Clouds Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue, 1532 Washington Ave will hold weekend services slariillg Friday at (i p.m. and Saturday %  > 30 a 10. Dr. Tibor II. .stern will deliver his first sermon as rabbi 11 the syn igogue during the morn ing services, choosing as his sub ject, "The Listening Post of God." Mincha at G p.m.. followed by Seudah, Mill conclude the day's services. Lulov and esrog will be provided to worshippers during the congregation's holiday ibservances in the Sukkah. Sukkoth Mill bo^in on Sunday, Sept. IQ, at 6 p.m., continuing on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 21 and 12. .,1 8:30 a 111. Sermon on Mondaj K, slated a"The lint That is Palace with Peace in It." Tuesdaj subject Mill be "Happiness is Togetherness." Oneg Shabbat Mill follow Friday services at Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW -'2nd Ave., with !\ bbi s Max Machtei sp al ,,,-, •• fabei or Mobile Homes i, ing the 8:30 p.m. obsei irance Mikknth services v. ill be held on Monda; and Tuesday, 8 :• %  m., with Rabbi Machtei conducting the holiday services. Cantor Abraham Reisman will chant the litur portion of all sen iceRabbi S. T. Swirsky and Cantor Louis Cohen will officiate during the holiday observances. During Monday. Sept. 21. 8 a.m. services Rabbi Swirsky's sermon topic Mill be "The Four Species." Evening .services are slated for 6:30 p.m. Second day services. Tuesday. Sept. 22. will be at 8 a.m.. with a sermon on "Sunset and Dawn." Temple Israel of Greater Miami, 131 NE 19th St.. will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with liabin Morris W. Graff discussing "Making Choice—A sign ot Maturity." Festival ol Suxkoth will ,;e celebrated throughout the fteek. On Sunday, Sept. ), at 5:30 p.m., a holiday suppei for the children and parents will be followed bj religious services at 7:30 ,i m. Students 01 the Religious school v. ill bring thanksgiving offetings io be given to tne Group l'reatment Hume tor Disturbed Children of Jewish Familj and Children's Service and to St. Alton's Daj Care Nursery in Coconut Crove. A reception will lol, low the services. Sukkoth morning services on Monday, sept. 21, with Rabbi Joseph Narot preaching, are scheduled lor 11 a.m. Cantor Jacob Bornstein renders 1 he musical portions ot the liturgy. During late Friday evening service* at Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1U2| \F Miami Gardens Dr., Sam Rattier, 'lemple board chairman, will boat a reception in honor of the approaching marriage of his son. Sol Katner. to Miss Sherri Biiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Biiler. of No Miami Beach. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will speak on "'Ihe Joy of Living, or Fasting and Feasting," during the 8:15 p.m. service. Saturday schedule calls lor morning services at 8:45 a.m., wiih Mincha at 6 p.m.. iollowed by Maariv. Rabbi Caplan will preach and deliver the sermons during the Sukkoth holiday on Monday and Tuesday, Sept, 2\ and %  >>. at 10:30 a.m.. With Cantor Maurice Neu chanting the liturgical portions of the observanceOn the first day. sermon topic will be "A Collapsible i ome." The following day. sub, ; will be "Food for Thought." Anti-Semitic Book In Soviet Union Continued from Page 1-A ing the book and an accompanying translation into English, "is the latest known Official Soviet work >f anti-Semitic nature, and is a shocking example of the unintcrrupl I series of anti-Jewish publications that bear official imprimatur. !t is designed to hasten further the; suppression oi Soviet Jewish life at t'.e levHlc HOTEL Plannirf, a wedding, confirmat.or. luncheon, reception n eeting? Gourmet cuisine, attent'/e service ard luxurious decor combine to r.ake any occasion memorable — at the Seville. 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iFridttv. September 18, 1964 • 'JewistrhridUat. Page 3-B cmpletc ^/Vlenu for <^iihhotlt als in the Suk h-itied a dinner to the hoi when will be (i u'i'e as in our rooms Before the meal vile the Kid ;i i, sukkah, has a ura, a I r our children a moving and experience. We will ., cmtwin challos, Bhaped a ic raary for the fes,.. .iMil ) ( >ls of honey signify all r r.at is good and the dinner with %  "MM. pickled fish, folbj ;i soup bich represents HI ij of %  harvest. oup is h with tomato, sorl r •••• of vegetables re a idy for us to i modern mir'i frozi • ids. For ease nging • tup to the sukput H i tureen. Our t and tender i• %  "I in a novel \ I!' can%  %  meat is baki" !. I keep hot as it ried to th > kkah, where we .1 unwrap and carve it. Carrot i as, baked in a casserole, is isy to can as are the bak• tataes. FT dessert we observe one of the custo/.s of Sukkos and have a fruit-filled pastry, a Flttden as delicious as the more difficult to nijkc? >trudel. Menu for Sukkoth Dinner Wine f)r Kiddush Twir Challos Small bow la of honey Pickled fish Harvest soup Mrs. SolmanN Brisket recipe Carroclmmas Bakone chuck in f%  —;. dmm how do you say Paradiso?" "Eden" is undoubtedly the word that Chef Boy-Ar-Dce was searching for to describo the true Kalian-style flavor of this wonderfully rich sauce, CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* SPAGHETTI SAUCE with Mushrooms So good with so many dishes —spaghetti, macaroni or rice, for left over meat or fish, for cheese and omelets. Madewith flavor-peak tomatoes, •pices and tender mushrooms, simmered to perfection for true Italian taste. Keep plenty on hand. one piece 2 medium onions, diced 3 large stalks' ol celery with lea\ es 2 teaspoons >;<11 7 i upg water l i-li>. can tomatoes 1 cup canned tomato sauce 1 • cup pearl barley 1 10-oz. package frozen mixed vegetables Peppei to taste Place all ingredients except the frozen mixed vegetables in a large soup kettle. Bring to a boil, then simmer covered, until the meat is tender, aboul 2'-J hours. Stir I the soup and scrape the bottom! from lime to time to prevenl the barley from slicking. Remove the meal and celery. Add the frozen vegetables, bring to a boil, then simmer until the vegetables are tender, about [5 minutes. Stir ccasionally, as the soup is rather thick. Add pepper to taste and a Id more salt if needed. The recipe makeabout ;i cups of soup. v n\ not used may be frozen. II the soup is made in advance it becomes very thick and may be thinned with beef broth. The meat has a delicious flavor and may be used as the main dish of another meal. Brisket Recipe Select a piece of single brisket and have all visible fat removed. The meat should weigh about 3'/4 lbs. after it is trimmed. Spread va of an envelope of koshI er onion soup mix evenly over the top. Roll up the meat and tie J to hold in shape. Wrap in heavy! duty aluminum foil. Leave a lit1 tie space for air, but seal the ends tightly. Bake, in a shallow pan, at 325 degs. F. for 3 hours. Serve hot with the natural gravy which forms in the foil. This meat is also delicious sliced cold. The recipe makes about 10 portions. Fluden 4 cupsifted all-purpose flour Pioneer Women .• Plan Program (,i eater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Executive is meeting i i Mi nday t<> fol mulate pians i ir events to take place during the [964-65 season. ( Ida Vleir. one of nine Pioneer •A omen's Clubs in the Greater mi area, is starting the season with a meeting on Wednesday, p.m.. in the Community :-i el Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Mrs. Miriam Halperin. newlyelected president, will speak on Hie significance Of Sukkoth in an-i cent and contemporary times. Afternoon will celebrate 40 years of Pioneer Women, nationally, and 25 years locally. Mrs Milton Green, Council president and member of Greater National Board, will trace Pioneer Women's activities from the organizations inception to the present based on personal observations made during a recent visit to Israel. A poem, written and read by Mrs. Sonia Gerbert, will be dedicated to present members of Golda Meir Club. Mrs. J. Fraydman will be in charge of the musical portion of the program. 2 teaspoons double-acting baking powder '< teaspoon salt 2 cups sugar u i cup vegetable oil 2 eggs, well-beaten 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 cup finely ground walnuts 1 cup dry, shredded coconut 3 medium-sized apples, peeled and sliced thin 2-3 cup pineapple or strawberry jam MJ cup seedless raisins About 1-3 cup water Sift the flour, baking powder, salt, and 1 cup of the sugar into a bowl Add the oil. eggs, and enough water to make a soft dough. Stir only until the ingredients are blended. Divide the dough into 5 pieces, 4 of which are the same size, and the fifth piece about 1-3 larger than the others. Roll the larger piece into a 12'2 inch square and line, an 8x8x2 inch cake pan with it. Press the dough smoothly against the. side*. It will extend slightly above the rim. Combine the remaining cup of sugar with the cinnamon. Sprinkle 1-5 of this mixture and V4 of the walnuts evenly over the bottom. Roll out another piece of dough into an 8x8 inch square. Place this over the first piece. On it spread vi of the jam and coconut, and another 1-5 of the sugar-cinnamon mixture. Roll out the third piece ol dough, 8x8 inches in size, and place this in the pan. Cover with an even layer of apples and raisins. Use all of them. Sprinkle another 1-5 of the sugar-cinnamon over the surface. Roll out the fourth piece of dough into an 8 x 8 inch square, place it in the pan. and on it spread the remaining nuts. jam. and coconut, and sprinkle with another 1-5 of the sugar-cinnamon. Roll out the last piece of dough into an 8'.a x 8 1 : inch square, place it over the top, and pre-s the edges of this layer and the bottom layer firmly to gether. Sprinkle with the remaining sugar-cinnamon mixture. Bake at 350 degs. F. about 1' 4 hour-, until the pastry is a rich brown. Cool in the pan. To serve, cut into squares of any desired size. The fluden may be prepared in advance, cooled, wrapped in foil, and frozen. Beth Am Cotillion Cotillion classes at Temple Beth Am are being held again this year on Sunday nights for 20 consecutive sessions, beginning Oct. 4. Under the direction of Robert Mandell. who has conducted the program at Beth Am for the past several years, the group is open to children in the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. To meet in the Youth Lounge, the series will include parties given periodically and the final Cotillion Ball. 70fy not 6 JE 1-3418 Mtl .4* AVI, MIAltAM, FLORIDA TU7-2697 YfE HANDLE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF KOSHER POULTRY & POULTRY PARTS tZuceK &&t&e>i Sttutd NOW UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA



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Member 18, 1964 vJewist Fkridian 1 Page 3-A HI 1 1 \ 1 H 1 1 I IIP' I* ", •; H — < v -^7 ^5*7 w^/ J -mm ~l t -ht are David J. Sail, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and itzmaifi looking over the liturgy ic the annual Yom :^ng people's service held on Wednesday afternoon. :.nd Sail have conducted the service ior the past _-. Holtzman, in addition to being a member oi the Directors of Temple Ner Tamid, is clso president of ;~ Optimist Club. 150,000 Spent Last Year Anti Israel Propaganda nfir%ued from Page 1-A advisor on Jewish' af> the U.S. Army Comrs in Europe, reported minimum of $186,000 was 'by the Arab Information ts with regional offices all j the country, which pro% lecturers to service organiis women's clubs and jhts Move ?ting Place "CeWtte Hull" (or George l-in Knights of Pythias, will Irfjidi Community Center. |i Ave.. beginning with til < n Monday. 7:30 p.m. leer. EstJjDirfiS Will have the Knight conferred upon [ in honor of Sam Horowitz i -ui social housewarmur wjfl follow. ry Elton membership chairlauncKing a new memberin\e. invites residents of the Irie. Bal Harbour and Bay Di !• ands area to the meet^k<> '' %  •-*•! %  chancellor comind i .i preside. Unyct? "-' ;l2 ^'~31 BETH DIN OFFICE IHABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN II WoshinqttMi Ave.. Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 church forums; over 51,000,000 —tax exempt—was spent by the pro-Arab American Friends of the Middle East in Washington. This group works in business circlet and also provides Arab students for indoctrination in the colleges and universities of the land. Over $26,000 wa spent by the so-called Palestine Arab Delegation that functions chiefly at the United Nations. In addition. Kabbi Bernstein listed the antiZionist American Council for Judaism, which spent, last year, over S3M.Q00. The meeting marked the installation of Edward Sharf as newlyelected president of Unai Zion, as well as other national officers and members of the administrative committee and executive board. The installation ceremonies were presided over by the outgoing president Norman G. Levine. State Supreme Court .lust ice Arthur Markewich presided. In his address. Rabbi Bernstein warned that American Jewry is "in a race between assimilation and meaningful survival." He emphasized that "Jewish cultura survival is important not only to Jews but to mankind." Keating Urges UN Gather Info on Criminals NEW YORK — UTA) — Sen.. and in the Soviet Union where failure and denied the basic rights Kenneth B. Keating. New York j cws are scapegoats for economic 'of religious practice." Republican, urged this week that the United Nations establish a I special subeommission to collect and process Information on Nazi war criminals who have escaped trial by fleeing to other countries. Addressing a luncheon meeting here of the United Jewish Appeal cf Greater New York, he also urged the West German Government to consider seriously "an indefinite extension of the statute of limitations on crimes against humanity." Contending that the UN "should Involve itself further in combating anti-Semitism," the Senator warned that "many regimes Still hope to gain political support by abusing Jewish minorities." For that reason, he told the UJA leaders, the UN initiative he was proposing was "not only practicable and desirable; it is a moral necessity." Asserting that "the pernicious doctrines and practices of antiSemitism are still alive in some parts of the world today." he said that 'hundreds of Nazi war criminals undoubtedly remain at large and unpunished." He said anti-Semitism and neonazism are nourishing in the Middle East where Arab children are laugh! 10 hate Jews and Arab soldiers prepare to threaten Israel, New Forum Series Slated Town Hall Forum, formerly the Westbrooke Wisdom Workshop, will hold the first in a BfW series Of public forums on Friday evenin n. 8:30 p.m.. at the West Miami Town Hall. SW 62nd Ave. and 9th St. Topic for the evening "School Issues." will be presented by School Board member. Jack Gordon. A question and answer period with audience participation will follow. Admission is free, and the public is invited Pact for cruise service from port of Miami this winter of the M V Bilu is siqned by M. Halevy (seated), rrcnaginq director of S. A. Somerfin, of Geneva, Switzerland, who concluded arrangements recently with Akiva Goffer, president of Swiss Cruise Lines here, which will operate the 7,000-ton vessel on Caribbean and Bahamian cruises. 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4-A t iwfal fla !<> % %  Frx5c-r .*: %  Caaaa '..'-".-"IH-ii": •-Z1 :. EH'CHI" L:--.r r-.c ?-.-_-*: H. THOMPSON Ai?--i_i.-. • ~ • i %  : : %  : l • • i l a : '. %  : : : %  • • .•-!*. • -.--:-. • • .;• %  >:••-.' Ssa Pi M r K • 5 %  %  %  • %  ? i %  : : • '• • E-j .-•-..;,.• i-: -•• z -i nS.SJ- : •. *-£ = • •t: x • -• r •> i i : M -.' ~:-. ;-. >.t .Opi s.r.ce the dawn of tespii* the afflictions they have e name of Ecumenical: Church Business e: •--. '•'-. v ..".... .-..% "v.;. e her or • e '.. a or i a -:-'. '• ..-.-. Catho dogn at;c cs• Jnrr.e -;re -j il sc.'j wca band :,.ete In %  Ecumenical propel aagges'ed •.-.--•• re staiywboss i _e until all I wan ir. and talked. By now, the facts should be ir.; by BrOw •fry should be tallied. Although we must go 0 ong with the genera', ser timent of deep dis.pointment ct the apparent turn of events, it is loourresjy ;:•/ to po^rt out that we hare een ext.-emely critical in the past of the highly Deed Jewish organizations jivolred in the EcuDMBiced by invitation of no one but themselves These are the organizations that falsely road Jewish hopes in anticipation of broad •-•nges in Catholic doctrine when, all along, '...urch leaders warned us that the Ecumenical M strictly Church business designed to advance the best interests of the Church in today's ->rld. re—-esy -• 'Jzz'.e 3c:c %  -"--: =• --: .-.ecrvy -*--; .; .-. bs tows ~_ice :.-.e _.:.a ala isessacajoa ot Sec.-etrry cf S=te I>ec-. ? .st ccpea'.ec •-. the HeaM oi .-ecTese.-.-r:.-z ac4 lo :c am amer.dmer.: :c :c:ce sever-.-.-e c: :he Foo-i for Psatcra ass^tcr^e ID the UA? T.-.e Hc^se CCarsV pned. As the Un.red States oad Mi Baek appcrre-.y see .• L.-tator Nasse: .-e~.-.r_s a friendly ir.endly nat.cr. Tr.e .-:er.: oi I ::.:: -crJere-re .r. Z M *i: :::vepoint C i .e-1 be p bin -J.-..-.: Tbe WH he ^ vre: ich a DKooMqaaBsla] war. •e.ecnc.-.e -r. : A Poor Approach been .. other izK aboui coogregcl • T-.e ..-•%  •r.e -ec:: %  %  : • r. _-pcse -oojan>e lo | policy Dthei pub sj r.ere 7 -*-i;.-i those v.-.. .--r.x.ety A rr.c-.-e tarioeriejdgBabsf dentasidiacj kecBSaeal oi mc-fa maners *-ou!d copear to be radcaraernad prerequisite of lbs rafigkai e Cterln B. %  at I ^itasc c •^0; sfeeshei sader tae leipm > %  rs pB6^ats>Me earty m Octeaer sy -r-rfctre oa my Sea ". .4*7 b :•* iema st| %  --. ii *> lDBr- 4at tie? .-• iV CSSSTi --•-- -si Os* %  >l 4.1 i "' %  *tl -;| .-•i-,-: A •I V: HAT orjmmx Aioac 1 • %  T I -r.t.. sere ut^r. 1US | befor* tse Ks-r -.-. <| : •-.Z •:• -.-:so Hit saswu roitiBu •THE DlFFrcULTY WITH x >* t tsit :UB a.: %  • %  :... • tad "| far do one go in 1 to the jld otee: J II •.-.: %  : : tVMUUmm 4 CHfriBC.T OtOff IN THIS INSTANCE. ••: ( SB SBSWCt The Je. h* be rejecting Mea Shearim and B -;ir.t of induenouslj Jewish rattan ^ Me tpeslu the language of Zion b-x* of Zior-the B.f,ie A huh e. in America res* rt tor • xcasionat and ver> antiseptic foram into the sun.pt. n evolution >s of a totally different order As I toward our existence appears 'to be les>er.in.. M :< more and more to take on the habit, appearance and manner .: OUf n.-ighbrf-? The tote! Amencn environment todav ren ence ''*"> and •" politically suspicious, and warts a I moooiitm. car split-lev neietjr. Responding to the pre%  (•;• • the bait held out to us that the hostility toward Jews ••l • n more in the future \ve too spurn ditferenc it is difference throughout the aie* that ha* guranteed the survival ot the Je aad his pa>t And this u uhx 1 s that Jewish sarrtraJ in its fullest sense doe< not in best D in a culture least inianic! its ezisteace Hence, the '" rae cope uith the sfKKk that once attended tne emergence of Conservative Jud-i Zionist spiril an j h.storv amywhere about him Indeed, he lives and breathes it as an evendav thu n med to bet %  "'tumto his ittd* tairard oblivion. In Continued on Page 13-A



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>i.. r W< oman s lAJorU on has won the Israel Prize for education research. In hailing the milestone marked by the granting of NCJW's 20Uth Fellowship since 1947. Mrs Joseph Willen, of New York, president or the women's educational and service organization, revealed tnat 111 of the fellowship awards have been made to educators and social welfare specialists from Israel. Alumni of these studies at American universities, she stated, now occupy key posts throughout Israel's welfare ministries. A one-man exhibition, slated Sept. 22 through Oct. 9. at the Bacacdi Art Gallery, 2100 Biscayne Blvd., will feature the works of Rosemond Hammond. A private opening party will be held this coming Monday. 6 to 8 p.m.. at the gallery. Hours are .Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Born in Miami. Mrs, Hammond studied at Ooucher College in Baltimore, and received the AB d( gree trom the University of Rochester. She did postgraduate work at the University of Miami Mrs Hammond has exhibited ber work in several group shows, winning a prize in the Fourth Annual Lowe Member's Exhibition in 1935 and a first award in the Sixth Annual Lowe Member's Exhibition in 1957. Several of her paintings are in private collections in Miami, Baltimore, Now York and Los Angeles Mrs Hammond lives in Miami with her husband, a physician. and two daughters Her family includes long-time leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Community. only at burdine's! n j by ISABEL GROVE BG)'.-e circling Carolyn and t av Hess apply the descrip%  labulous" to their entire Kip Carolyn's mother, C'aire jc.r, travcl'inu companion, enthii l.i ally agrees Among sigt hts of the vacation, their Stay .n Manila, wheie son Jay Hs attending medical [school and Httey were feted at ah elaborate %  *Lar,ut" (similar to Hawaiian Huau lor the uninitiated) In %  Singapore, it was more enterHainn.ent in honor of ithe Hesses %  by U..v Consul there, Dr. William %  De Myer, and his wifej. long time Bfrienr,. Celebrating her birthday in ^Bangkok, Carolyn was serenad |rd by six Thai waiters reeling Bunder a giant birthday cake as %  they -truggled with the English "words of "Happy Birthday to You.'' having been painstakingK e< ;ched by devoted husband David Fifteen planes later, on a trip unmarred by a single drop of rain, the exhilarated travelers returned to their native land to find there was nothing anywhere to compare with the U.S.A. or Florida, with or without a hurricane. • • Judge S. A. Robbins and wife Rita, took sons Randy and David on a tour of the south and western part of the U.S.A. ... Visited eight national parks and a myriad of cities Northernmost point of the journey—Montana, west as far as California, and over its border to Juarez, Mexico Covered 10.500 miles, and returned to Miami in time to wave au revoir to Rita's brother, Jon Speisman. whose Peace Corps assignment will take him to Chile. S. A. While Eileen Levine tried to soothe her own kiddies. Jack 11; Jonathan 8: Felicia 7; and tiny Jeffrey, 5 months, during the Cleo blow, hubby Murray was out visiting U.S. Air Force missile site installations around Dade Continued on Page 4-B EASY-COMFORT EASY CARE THAT'S WHAT YOU GET WITH REVOLUTIONARY SUPER-STRIDE SHOES OF CORFAM* 24.95 Choose new shoes of Corfam" the amazing new man-made material by DuPont that "breathes!'' Corfam absorbs foot-moisture, looks new longer, withstands weather — and wipes clean with a cloth! Try a pair today, in moc toe or wing tip style cordovan or black. A Burdine s exclusive. ^^^store for men, jirecl floor (t all 6 Burd.ne's sroresl STORE FOR MEN ? BURDINE You are invited to an unusual exhibit: "THE I AW AND v OU/' now throuoh Sept 23, auditorium, fourth floor downtown miami store. See how the law aqenc'es work to guard OJI I'ves Sponsored by the Federal Bar Assoc.



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* Mm is* fkrrt&r Fncav S*-:-^--, Sukkoth Services Sunday Evening 7. i sou 4a %  Mi faattrf 1 a ; ... .. ...j. 5 '*s • %  hi Han -< : A Tw* la Tarik aad :".• j ai vHi i a ti ada fJW TWM ••-;-•<• %  •%  .; ..o #* • -IK* U>4 Jnaaor Her•%  %  tarn; SJ g •" %  % %  •j*7 T J %  •• %  %  %  •S*a 21. > 4j * %  • %  I %  %  I if fe %  %  • .... %  %  ... ..... tlii CiVJD SHAPIfO I 1 easj "" -' ai :'. • b hsnsaa .... j I >r the adven-piendor .re k So %  • -. in a BOt %  • .-.: %  Sukkotl -• • i Ha is 2< Hii mercy ,• .Cantaf • %  • %  I • • Sukka i .•%  .. : Beth MMhc Cc-g--9.... ; %  : %  : I %  %  %  Yownq lir*el of G-;-M I' I I ... J 9 Continued n Fo'o -: -;;• %  1 the smartest three word? you can say about a func:' i It's at DOR 5 1 ocean at miami beach A -rd of i %  10 to 1000. Y or n amiami country club setting • • • arr. ': in %  ..%  • i ••' 1 • %  i mo* %  of 1 resort-estate. foi -ell • %  '' r Doral Beach Hotel amd Country ( m JE13600 \ i ^ You'll find complete Have that ^ f oc ;n,; M to eKOC ,| v sc ,fy iness Meeting, a# y0vjr needs intheKlsmev Banquet, or 9 Aladdin, Scheherazade c-d Special Occasion Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding cr a private party! 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'H11 A.M. at the 5fa fcitcrs for Inform oi HAZEL ALLISON Calorlna Olrrclor, JE 1-6061 Mh St. S Coltlno *• %  ^



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September 18, 1964 •Jewls* ilerSdllnn Page 5-B larmony Lodge Hears ADL Chief Schulman, regional diday evening at Belli Torah. Actmen) Commander Ainslee K FerI nai BTith Anli-Defamajng president of the lodge is lior,.,„., commander Dan Sales, ol |l eague, was principal speakto B Lu xner \„,th Miami Beach Post 682. II ii'.' a special program sponThe Jewish War Veterans were Temple Afiath Yeshurun and TernHighlighted were activities h\ Harmony Lodge on Monrepresented by Florida Departpic Beth Torah were represented the Anti-Defamation League. hy their Men's Club presiaents, Joseph Fields and Julius Gordon -Vic* presidents Michael Ross and Paul Besser extended open invitations to the community to attend. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun, delivered the invocation and the benediction, and the program included a CBS filmed dramatization. "The Priest and the Politician." according to vice president and program chairman, fcabhi Max Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth Torah Traditional For The Holidays i*|* |*-|* K means KOSHER C •tificcl Kosher fad Parve by R.'hbis H-sch Kohn L. _rO LVy INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE IXWEU HOUSJ NEW! NO KEY Maxwell House has brought good cheer into Jewish homes for many, many years. Instant or Regular, the matchlessly mellow flavor of this fine coffee is constant and unchanging-one of the traditional joys of life at holiday time and the year around. Good to the last drop! I fresh Roast I MAXWELL HOUSE wishes everyone a JOYOUS SUCCOTH Ye shall dwell in booths (succoth) seven days... that your generations may know that I made the children of Israel to dwell in booths, when I brought them out of the land of Egypt..." Lev. 23,42-43. %  % 



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Ifcajl %  kmi* n*rrte>r New Teachers Join Faculty Of High School Orfm f erfhratf fl^ ^*fr r„ ZK-J -.- '/.- >',->:BBHCBOBL HOC. -..I/.J',-.——. •*-* %  -_.-. ne psanssdkaan sataafi -*:. %  obtsfl ': %  : %  %  v Rooa ----DO fH • "-. i no* y -.-. :.. %  .' %  : Mr-. 3CX.C2 .-. '•'- %  : : %  .'----=-*-.M_-1 X .*%  n Ma Lasrra .v-s >. .'/* %  :-_%  ; *-^ by :he CJA Young Women In Board Meeting %  %  •: -.* •'. --^ %  %  i •ear i % %  .-..• ; .-. V r %  .... %  I the 1 i < I Mfcal B >'*-.../. H< ;,."-'/ if.atructor. conBonnie Sue Brody. Cher/1 liftman, Sally Lieb: •. -; Hebrew clOM loi ••.: new Hebrew man. Diane Matza. Back row are Carolyn / %  inny Sanies Hfa let Girla. Shown Badnick, Toby Cavell. Sandra Ehrenreich. end H Mrs B ikot Ik and [fronJ row Robin Zelkowitz. SaniOl loon-agMl ol Tnnpl* M'-norah consult with Rabbi Maytq Abfiiijowil/. on UUM actlwKiM. Firs* affair will be a ddaal I'uiininq Sieve Moore, principal of Miami Beach :'-'-nior Hi()h School. Lft to tighl <"<; Diane Glickman. pres*l* it; Rabbi Aht'imowitz; Evther Behmouas. uecietury; and 'irt Minhkin. vice prenidenf. Sunshine Chapter Regular Meeting n 'iinr haptei ul B naj liniii Women will hold its f ii si refill. u linn on Tin-^ci i\ i |> in at A.: hington federal Auditorium, InTtli si Program will welcome the group's members and new mem IMTI, imil refreshments will be served. loclKi.nn;' the da> are Mrs, Morris Bcin.ti-in ami Mrs. II Kramer Beach High Principal Will Speak Sunday e M< i principal of Mian,; Senior High School, will ih to the Senior High School I" n-Agi Do Morals Chance World" at Tempi'ITouth Breakfast on 20 ;,t 10 m the al Hall. '* > : o nh bn kl ill launch for the Senior undprofoi boj i and : iris ol the loth I2tl %  %  nior h h school Diane Glickman, i n idenl ol the Teen age Seniors, and stnart Mi hkin, vice president, have planned the first program railed Youth on Trial future programs will include youth responsibilities in community agencies, as weU as m religious affiliations On the social side, social activities will be launched vwth a hayride to take place in the month of October. I ol low inn Moore's lecture on Sunday, a panel of youth will question the speaker, as well as conduct a question and answer period. Rabbi Mayi'iAliramowitz is advisor of the newly formed group rases far .. %  •_ %  ." %  -* %  -. • 3*tfc rv i af. kiwuuf • f S asaS S Sa Airet, an tldunfl &f eac*er *rm lira*) under the *.vo>c-. :• •- Amjficm Asiecittiom tor i*wnh Educated. wiU •*< *ro da; tat o* th Mie+> School *t Beth D** Can9r t u i t i on and gcrfc TeatCa*-,'*%*' z~ otsr asnankan •* th faeuy inclcda Ratobi Shtnv cn *i. ^, M's Z^a>a Ssrtieoik i-S Mjrmar Cohan. • agn -• fa • ad i • -.%  life the rei ^enr body I SO 1 -.vho ^•ege rew -.re x of •' Dav ,..e Ba El Temple Beth ?holom and To rah egation. For ars, the Bureau has been opera*:ri2 a Central High .1 in Hollywood, no* consist ins of three daises The Rireau attempting this year to orze a post-gradtiate da--, con•.r.g of the graduates of last real aid others qualify Marlene Krovetz, a graduate of 'he Central Hebrew High School, %  •r.ding Camp Ramah thipast ummer. waa-signed to special Bible Study i ith material supplied by the Melton Research the • national re-earch branch of the Teacher's ln-titute ol America. Herbert Zvi Berger associate : 'he Bureau, is director Of the Central Hebrew School. •" '.'-• %  I -r • %  laaj '! Students Marx Harvest Seasca At Beth Torah Peassaa _, :<.. aarres: ^^(| served tf at < Beth Torafc R i --*i\ -erkiee-! to b h*.%  y Taesday. 5ep: t j ir. the Under the z.: %  .tteisoo. %  dents + %  r fbe at Cab Sarvicrt will s* z: %  tha tradhScm <.•.-; >• tirt and e*rog '-. s •-(boliie *ha unity z' .-. eu fha mr\4. %  %  %  '5 to 8 taev %  -. %  .... rbaj r boa %  in the • %  KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROUJNG VIOLINS DINNER -*SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run ART BRU'.S • TU 3 15J1 BBaBBBBBaBBaBBaBaaBBBBajBJBsaBJBBBJJJBBJJBBBJJS^ 3B Continental -rs Kosher Caterers • WEDOINGS a BAR MITZVAHS • BANGUtTS UNUMITCO At Your Home, Noll or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant — Quality Pefxcel! 6393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 7261 ROYAL HUNGARIAN TBD CATERE 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Socia; Function BaaHBBBSBBBBBajBBBBaaaaaiaiaiBiBiaaBaBaaBBBBaaBaaiB HAROLD PONT .ind IRV N GORDON <.OItI<\ mid POXT "1^13 KOSHER CATERERS nV33 ly **~ from hors d'oeuvres to a complete bn"-' 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 42655 Under the strict supervision of the United Kashrus A HI ation of Greater Miami— Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abr.ih? Safra. dPfff MOOJf WtDDINCS BAR MITZVAHS Rf.'I'TIOWJ II IIA I I IIIKO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M. Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-496



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* + kmiarkxr&u-Ma, W- lea*!if MLAffT -4 Comfortable Civil Rights View of the Sport of Kings 70 • w w wS cy M ter*ea- r>s i-M > iT C* %  m tJtx y •* *< vrt >.-**. e?seM a*ISsg. %  >. tee -vesssg i*r •-*** •*y at *-, %  wu i sassshcMMML 9oc a vngk* "" 'iMHbK -C* '<* %  "; • : ri|llM. I Oh* Lnttnmq Pti: SAUl CAXSOM Even Moscow Reccgnizes Israel's Experts a* BgtACU E/CT ... • owW*-. .... ... | s EC M .-'.'; erteM % ben II • • i Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ A Bay's Yom Kippur AMONG THE JEWS '! IV.' 11U, On Yorn '. npi:r H 'i.3' the i % %  ir,rri fan IttM Tl.' U l i ,i hste The young IBM looking lor ,v- v.ouM (tOBd and loch i,n and kefs I UM 'lay vr, enh knew who I. %  mat* Mould I*I banoften thought thi is ln IfaMMtr ;• I look baek to my childhood, while the MlMM Mta till ii in the foreground. t WM He | oh MM holnl.iy | n-riicfut^i that We 'hU^lrrn c-rtainly loCkM our tpi-%t yn Wihail MM HoOwv Vlavhc ttuMM -Imikinatt-k MM l""i"tit |oh lot., hut at l.-ast I hCy ITCM nw anil liesh InrtfhH AIo htMM Hie MIK'I Holy l^ayk v.tl' Ith ui %  i i at, there were a m piaiple landln oul ide to tail to 'in. .,/ |he iii.in' tiiii II ...i I,, ,.,„,. nil Km '" ll 1 bomi to ii.. ynagogue % %  n rained end •omr oi the e/itai M-II on nvj kin| by iccldMl Thai mu:ht mlUe> my MM ia-i • lay 'I In-• .. Ha and I MII. and I (nlainly did lu.l "•"' '" • %  ,,, '" mj tlread) tlmofl Insurmountable loii ni MII ice nee lahea I %  %•• • % • • '. %  -. ret • • enrbi am CM BMFJ ; % %  reagk I ... %  M ben even 1 %  aee ;n \. %  •_ 1 ... Israel f that not elected—tl in et Ii, thej The Israeli cl roes Aryeh Doaadi direct %  !'..--.:. sod Devi i %  • n Ti fur'i • the A ed snarl • chosen t %  mp'>-ium not II on Toe Arab* always spebk of MMase Ban aU that bread rrglsa ware thju-y>-ud. of AU>xarxlru was rtstsigSHtcd iOM of thMe Airicam Invited to partic. DaaaHaatiM ian item vfrj-high on Muaen-j ','. On Getsn-a conference. A special technical repart on "Desalination of Water, Using Conventional sad Nuclear Kncrgy" ha. been iuel by the IAEA m preparation for the Geneva conference. At the Gen<-\a conference, where water and declination is playing a very lartfo role. 750 paperwill be presented by scientists and economistfrom .!7 nations and five international agencies led bv the t.nited Nations' „ ttn international Atomic Energy Agency, A total of ll Israeli papers are on the agenda, some of the papers Invoking several author* who have pooled their expertise for this purpose. •- :: • gas -'.,...' -~~ ?eo pern* .^A v** 'A sis khi >r (thesi a ***r* ahsa -* usMta* ij. ^ % %  > %  "'—i **e fer .-^^ 11 aast ber**->rt earvee s • baa left beMrr. : si Moans sawe M -> , .^ .-* .. :t hsM^' Copffol Spa/Jigfr/: Bv hAllTOrs FBIEDM Ah The LBJ Plan' %  %  PRELIMINARY REPORT; Israel to Pi %  %  %  the Pi --•'Dlan for nucir rt the LBJ pian j • hen .. • i. I. .... %  • n | • %  %  %  %  isx Met ratinn.l arnl uortdwide I it .... Pn ident is i .... %  -•. • i | • tee lohnson He t %  • ..-.•• :• Eat nthert. The hmrl AmencM-IsneN survey canceivi '. ;' Mtent a ith Mr Johns to a.-entiein Washington He a-:Iie^artmefit of Interior, in close collaboratiun i>-ion and in ccaauheuM v.'h the Office oi Science and Technology, to develop a detailed plan for an aggressive, imaginative program for large-scale water desalting, toChssHni UM "t nuclear heat sources. This psograra eoM beyong desalting technology. for v.hieh the DepaKment of Interior has primary rwpunslWlltV, and includes nuclear technology for u'lich the Atomic Energv Commission is responsible. Israel is fascinated by the potentialities of de -altin_' ith nuclear reactors. The Israelis are asrlously considering a dual purpose nuclear installation for the next increment of power generating capacity to its National Electric Grid. United States participation in the analysis of such an I-raeti system was established in early June by President Johnson during the Eahkol visit, As We Were Soyinn; By ROBERT E. SEGAL De Facto' Segregation cf Negro Children in North AS STRONG AND Sweeping as it j 5| the I*M federal Civil Rights I* not be expected to hit head-on the httul problem of de facto public '"" 1 % % %  egatlon Title IV i le to the u.s Office of Education nnd the U S Attornej General for el innto pin Integration in these In tancei in which scboaki have been jim ci-cnved by law Hut this leaves the teemiag nothetn Chtel tree to keep Negro children large aparated from white children, thanks to housing dis crimination, ihe loremnner of de facto .school segreaattaa, 6 Into our northern cities. Negroes of the South continue to pour ot a heavy rate. Between 1940 and 1960 it was not unusual for the Negro population oi north' em cities to double and triple. The pace has not abated And Inevitably, as the Black Ghettos deepen and widen Ihe lateftaa education obtained by southern Negro chtl'dren in separat"-hut-not-equal schools has brought north ern educ a to rs new challenges. Nor does a child know whether he is a victim ol e jure or de facto segregation—whether law or pn ncorn has crowded him into the corner of down-graded "'luc.ition It is only his worried parents, exasperate i and infuriated by eight generations of slavery and repression and insult, who comprehend that a harsh society has. cither by shameful law or harsh tradition; separated whites from Negroes that public schools deepen the long shadow of segregation. If you go back 10 years to the Supreme Court decision in the Brown case, you will be reminded that the much-criticised jurists clearly held not only that "separate eciucation lacilities are inherently unequal" but that separation of some children from others of similar Bga Md qualification because of their race generates a feeling of inferiority as to their status that may affect their hearts and minds in a way unlikely ever to be undone.



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Jay. September 18. 1964 %  **.*-*;#• fl&ridton Page ISA LEGAL NOTICE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF _-|_ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE luNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY Y No. 64C 9655 hi.I K CARVELL gpluinllff. hh'RT CARVELL 1 >. I. ll'l.lllt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IJ.IIKUT ''AIIVKI.I. >7 Elniwood Road 1: 111 i r < i %  • %  • Maryland i .\KM HEREBY N< I TIF1ED thai •mpi.iiiii for Divorce has boon Ugulllst you. -i nl >'"ii are re%  1 to serve a copy of your Answer V.iii.r pleading i" enld oomplaint 11• i. plaintiff's attorneys, SCHONj.h vNM F'ELPMAN, :.MT Blscayne Htilng, Miami. F'iorlda, 33180, ami the original gnawer "Iother .Mill, in the uiflce of HiClerk ui •Ir-'uil Court, Dade County. MlI loi'hla, "" "'" before llic *lh day mber, IWI. otherwise, jinlament ili fault will lio taken against you tin* relief demanded In tli*' com* Int. IATF.D il .Miami. 1 >adf .Miami, Florida, Intend t<> register the | said iiiiniiwith Hi*' Clark of Hie ClrI • •ult Court "f Hull.Coonty, Florida. Dated ai Miami, Florida, this inth j day of August, |(84, MARIt > l.l.i dtKBA JiiKiiK CADI i Shevln, Hood man & Hniizman 8*6 Seybold Wdg. Miami, Florida i By: Sylvan Holttman Aiioi-ii. %  > for Applicant B 28, ''. 1-11-18 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY t'.IVKX that I the mill* r.iitin .1. desiring to engage In business under the ji* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurato service at legal rates Dial FR :.-1<#5 lor messenger serrice LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9665 |i'\l'\ l:i"ltl> KO.N", Plaintiff, It.NoLD HARRY KOX, I >cl. liiialil. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ARNOLD P.AItltY KON I K.i-t 53rd street New York. New York VOIT, ARNOLD BARRY KON, are i "i\ notified that a Complain! for %  ••• has been fil.d against you, '•-a aili-i'.|iiir.'ii to serve ii copy iiir unswei or pleading to the lain! for Divorce on the PlainAttorney, ALAN S. ROSEN|Jl.\i.. nil Alnsley Building. Miami, i.ii.l.i. iinil lile the original answer I>1< iicllnc ii. Hi*' Office of the Clerk Irculi Court. %  > %  ] or before 'l h il.i v i.f iiiulii-r. 1964. "ii i iii to do so, judgment by ill will be taken agajnal yon the relief demanded In the Com\< for Divorce. INIXR AND ORDERED at Miami. %  hoiidu, ihi-2nd d ay of Sept. 1064. >:. ii. LEATHERMAN Clt n, nl Hi.Circuit Court Hail,. County, Florida |i Courl Real) By: B. II. LAN WAY. Deputy Clerk ;i-ll. 18, 25, % %  -' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR'nA %  CHANCERY No. 64C 9654 ESTIL Kl INK Plaintiff \ s. Ii ill v l.i-.i i KLINE l it fendnnt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION |i i JOHN LEO KLINE liJOO Joppa Road llnltlmore, Maryland Ylil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that i Complaint foi Divorce has bepn filed against yon. and you are r.%  lulred to servi %  ••;'>' of your Answer or other nloadloi: tti -.*i'i complaint on ili. I'iaiiiiiff'nttorneyH, Si'iiONFELD ami FELDMAN, ."7 l-lim-ayne i: ii'iiii'--. Miami, Flo l*ln, Itsnu, n.nd *il ili.iniciiiiil anvw %  : %  or othi r pleading in the office "f the clerk "f the Circuit I'oiirt. Dade County, MlHini. I'li.riil.i. ..ii or before the Till l.t. ..I October, in* i Otherwise. Judgiii.-iii hj default > ill be taken against >.'H for the nil. i demanded in ihe in i.iiini. liATED :n Miami, Dade County, Florida this l>i Jay of September, 1964. Ii: LEATHERMAN i ii ik of Circuit Courl seal) By! C P. COl'ELAND I 'i inu;. clerk !< 1-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In biwlness under the fictitious name of JOHNNY'S HIDEOCT nl -*;i". N.W. :'Linl Avenue, .Miami. Florida, intends to register -aid name with the ••l.-ik of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOLA NAE RLACKAVELL Sole i iwner STEPHEN F. KBHSLER Attorney for Applicant lli'-s S.W. Ii-in. d. dedlHnff to engage In huslnesa nndei the fictitious name of i"i, sol.o :n 2425 RW 87th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register • .lid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mad.foiintv, Florida. NORMAN KALCHTHAtJSR Sole Owner STEPHEN F. KBttiLER \ii..in.\ for Aiiiilliiini 1998 s.w". 1st Street, Miami, Florida 9-11, IS, :'".. in 2 fclRCUiT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL %  CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. NO. 64C 9485 %  llEODOKK W. ADLtBR, Plaintiff, HosiXA IDLER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  VIM. ROSINA ADLER, Residence %  'iii.n -v. n. are notified m serve a I B*'i'.' of your answer to Divorce Com-| jiiinl fifcil against you on Plaintiff's Itoniey, OEOROE NICHOLAS, 612 I W, 13th We., Miami, Fla.. and %  %  -'liial with Clerk of iliN Court ni liefore Sept. 30, 1964, otherwise i will he confessed by you. \ ri :i Oct. 9, 196 I l: II, 1.I-: t-TIIERMAN, Clerk Il> : E. II. LANWAY, D.C 9 I. 11. 18, -" NOTICE UNDER F CT1TIOUS NAME LAW K IS HEREBY HIVEN that to i nitage in i uder the if nan • of PI ''Si' \ HA It ai \i ; % %  N E. 6th Mian I, Fl ii *. mi winter aid name iih the • I'll ••' the Circuit C i %  l I' nle %  M w i: RYM VR tii i. iwner STEPHEN F. KESSLER Xi'iH.iinl iv isi Si %  %  Florida li-l!. i v. :'".. i" fBOER OF OUm.lCATION I IN THE CIR-i.MT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. £4C 866 Ji |ri'll ALBEKT DBLAR1 UNO, Plaintiff, vs. flAl-.v l:i;i..\!:i>ixn, I i.-iemtiin:. COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE p >: MARY BELARDINt' Residence I'nknown You, MARY UKLARDIXO, an Uen nnotified that n Complaint for Dlftu !•*• i':is iii'fii filed agalnal you. und are required in aerye • %  i •'!•>* pf r Answer or Pleading '" ili*' Com|liniit *>n iii*' Plaintiff's Attorney. Jj.AN SHERK, ::.'. Uncoln Road, Mlaiin 1'i.i'h. I'liin.a, and file tinorlg^%nl Answer or Pleading In the Afflce the Clerk of the Circuit Court on before the i mi das of October, pt. if you lail in il*. so, iudgment by null lll be luken against you for relief demanded In the Complaint. INK AND ORDERED .it Miami, Ida, this stit tu.\ in s, utember, 1964. B. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, liinii L'I ni. ii.uit Count) l lorlda htl) i,. SNEEDEN i %  mty i ierk .AX SHERR %  tome) for Plaintiff 9/11-1S-25. 10/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9867 I.K \ H. I'III.LKY, plaintiff, \ A. JAY s 'iiLl.EY. lefendant. COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE TO! JAY S. COLLEY Residence ITtiknown You, JAY s. CoLLEY, are hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce ii.ii>. in filed against you, and you inri'iiu'i-i'ii '" hervt a copy *.f your Answer oi ('lending to tht Complalnl on il..Tin in i iffattorney, ALAN SHERR, I''" I. ni H ad. Miami %  II h, Floi Ida, nil le t hi Ins I \M.-Ur or I'lea hi office i i the Clerk of ; h • "Irculi 'ourl on or befoi i ;1 • %  Il Ii tin ..I i •. tohi i I :'' %  It I to do i %  in. nt i.v iii u ill he I..' • %  UBII n-i i mi for 1 i 'i Hi.Complaint. DONK AND ORDERED it Miami, | %  %  %  • ,•> -ill .1.,.. ..I SV iitember, \ ""i. I.. II. LE VTHERM w. Clerk, ii "..nit 1 'aile County, 1lorlda i; L, SNEEDF:N Depu AI. \\ SHERR v |. I 9 I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCFRY No. MC "6 ROBERT W1LIJAM MALONEY, Plaintiff, vs. rt\RHAR\ ANN EUZABETJI MAI I (KEY, I *"f. ll'lant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO i: \ I: I: \ l! v \NN ELIZABETH \i M.I>M:Y i' '' inuli n Al i n"' I 'fi'\ klence, Rhode Island Yol' i: MtliAKA .\N EUZARliTH M v l.oNKY. are hereby notified that .i i •..•iiidiiint iw Divorce has been Died ii'iiinst you, an*l yyu are iiijiiin d to serve .i cop> of youi aJlswer or pleading i" the Complaint for Divorce, on the riiiiiitiffs Attorney, A l. AN S. I:I ISKNTII AI,. II llnxlev Building, Miami, Florida, and til* Ihe original .MI.-" er or pleading n Ihe n't the i 'i.i i, of the Cli iii Court, on or before the I'-'ili da i of ( Ii ml., r. 1964. it \"ii fail to ii" ** l Hi-nil in ii\ default ill !" %  tak* i alnsl jou for the relief demanded In the Complaint for 1 >|von I i.\ 10 AND IR1>ERED :u M n I Floi Ida, tliilt!i da i ( Septemb* r, 1964. E. B. LEATHBRM VN, Clerk, i'i' i .ili %  iiini, I lade Count |. iloi Ida (Si ..I) Us : AI Alt: 111] iltlTE Mi iRKt RI • Deputy l* rk U/ll-18-25, In _' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63769 B IN RE: Estate ••!' I.* His ZIMMERMAN Di %  ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AH Pessons F/avIng Claims or Demanda Against Said Estate: Yon are hert-by notlflad ami re• inii'ed tu presenl any .'liiims and demands which you may have against the estate of l.uris ZIMMERMAN deceased Lit. of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges **f Dade County. ami nl*' tti*same in duplicate ami as provided in Section 733.1G. Florida Statutes, in tii.ii offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida. within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or tin-n me w in i" barred. i • it. d iii Miami. Florida, this 28th day of August, A.I'. 1964. ROSLYN IV ZIMMERMAN As l".\. iiitiix Wi il FSX IN & I HAMl iNI > l'i" I,in. "In Road Miami Reach, Floi Ida > ltosl> n 1! '/.' %  ii 11-18-25, 1" 2 \OTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9799 DORIS MEYFUSoN PARSENO I k n ELLEN II IRIS MEYERSi IN PASSKNl %  Plaintiff, vs. JOHN l< I' VSSENO a k ii HlN I' \SSI:\I:AI' ., k a JOHN KIRK, I %  • Ii -ml. int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T* i: JOHN K. I'ASSEN) a k a JOHN PASSF:NEAI; H K i JOHN KlltK 2i)3 North Van Horn St. Alexandria. Virginia Vim. John K, 1'assi-nn a k .i John l '.IN.-I in an .i.k a .i'.lin Kirk, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for. I >i\*.i. .• Inis I,., n I'ii.d against you, and you are reiulred to serve a cop) of yean Lnau-er or I'lggtUng to the Bill of Complaint on the n'amtlfrs ati*nn*>. AI.X.SI.KI-: R. i'i;i!i in-:, suite :'"'_'. :-:;i" >'.\V. ].. .1, un, Rou.il, i"uial Cable.-. Florida 18134, and nl. the oi liiin.tl .Vii-iwr or Pit aalng in the offloe ut tini.'l.1, ,.f i ; Court on or before the ISth dnj of October, 1961, If vim IHI tu .in ,-,.. judgment !^ i'fault will ii. taken against you f.nthe relief demanded in Ihe Bill of Complaint. This notice si* ill be published once each weeh foi nur consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI^UtlDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 111 day of September A.I i. 1964. i: n l i: ITHBRMAN, Cli rk, *'in mi Com i, 11.'di i 'iiiini\ Florida Bj : L, s Del'IETRi I I %  nits i 'Iii k AI\SI.I:I: R. 1ICRDIE Suite : %  "'-•. 231.1 SW LeJeune R*l. i 'oral *:. i.i. B, Fla. •'• 1134 Alt j for I'laintiff 9 11-18-25, 10/8' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersig I, desiring to • ngage In business under the fictitious name .if SEASONS FOUR at 8701 NE 4th Avenue, .Miami, Florida, lilt* lids tti register .-aid name with the Clerk of the Circull i'uti:i nf Dade C ly Florida. I'F.I'.F RATTAN OF h'LORIDA, INC, HOWARD I:. HIRSCH Atinriiiv for Cebu Rattan of Florida, Inc. __^_^_ s S| %  '-",s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9464 MABEL C|.All! I.i IWE, Plaintiff, \s. l.l.nYI I VANA 1.* IWE, Defi miaul. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOl", l.l.nYli VANA LOW i:. 523 Ninth Highland Road, Qultman, 1 leorgla, in. i iiiiii d to file j answer tu the complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above styled Court and serve a cop> thereof U|nin lli'Miiin Colon. Ego,., 1310-11 Congress Building, Miami. Florida, on or before September 2Mb, 1964, or else coinleaiiit ii !„ %  ink* n as confessed, DATED, ihi25th day of August. 1904. B, I'.. LEATHERMAN 1.1 %  :. ..: t n. cirt nil >'" in tseal) B> : K. II. LANWAY l ii|.ni> "Ierk K 28, 8, 1-1 l-l NOTICE BR PUBLICATION JN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 9403 ANN MARY POLLACK SCHROEDER Plaintiff, HARRY T.. RCHROEDER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY L KCHBOEDER 60S Frlck Sti • el Kllniiiiit. Ixmg Island, New York You. HAI'.ltY L SCHROEDER are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to I Berve a copy of your Answer or Plead' iiin t*> ih*Bill of Complalnl on the i Plaintii'fs attorney, i:n'll.\i:i > MOR-I TON, 7823 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of Ihe Clerk of the Circull Court on or before the ""ih *la> nf September, 1964. If you fail I., do -II. judgment by default will In ml,, n Hgalnsl > mi for ih,. relief demanded in ih 1111 of Cominaint, 'ii**.notice sbal i"published once each >>'' nsecutive ue< ks In Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND • liOlCRKD at Miami. .. 'ii.:II.I da' of Au*gu> i 19111 K il l.r\ IIERM VN, Cli rk, %  .. I (seal) By: i !'. iipELANl' I •• pin Clerk RICHARD MoRToN :-. % %  N.E. -i 'I We. Miami, Florida i Attoi in j foi 1'ls 29, 9 i' i is NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Xt ITICR is II !REBY I I1VEN that i he mid. i -".; lesli .. ngagi ." huslnei i mil 11 %  1 Ii THE lltll.1'11 OI, i NOT INC. i; X1E1 >ICAL INF'O-IDENT: 1,1'IIO.U! I'. IDF1NT ai 2051 3 Weal %  t i Avenue, I llali ih. Florida Inn mis to register -aid names with Ihe Clerk of the Clr1 "in t of l'. 'OUIII '. Florida. ll.\i:iM BE''KER, Sol. Owner HENRY NORTON Ai ini ii.-y for Applicant 1406 Biscnyne Illi .Miami. Fla. !S. '• 1-11-18 IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9464 MABELCLAIR i.*j\vi:, I'laiiuiil, \ B. LLOYD VANA 1.'UK. Deft lull'lit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vnl', I.I.OYH VANA I.OWK, 525 North Hlahlaad Itoa.l, Diiitmnn, tieocgla, are rwiulred to file your answer tu ih*' complaint for Divorce 'lth the t.'leik 1.1 the above styled Court and serve n copy thereof upon Herman Coin n, i:-.|., ISIO-I l Congress Building, M ." i. F'ltn ni.'. mi or before September 2sth, 1964, or else complaint will be taken is i nf* ised, DATED, this 25th day of August, 1964. K. It LEATHI RM KN Clerk i Bj E. .1. LANWAY k, 28, 9, 1-11-1S NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi Ihe ninl.i'si^iii d, desiring to engnu*business ami r the fii'tit ions nain*' CLIFFORD BINOCI.'I^ARS SERVIf at Hlaleali Race Track, Hialeah, Floi Ida, and Tropical Park Race Trac Dade County, Florida Intend to rei Ister -ail name with the Clerk of tl Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid II VRKY HASHALL JOSEPHINE ''. HASSAT.L Pailot, Marks, I.limit n, Poppell AHorwlch Attorneyx for Harry Hassnll and Josephine C, Hasaall, *l Ii a Clifford Blnia'tilars Service 1504 Alfred I. tluPont Bldg. .Miami. Florida 13131 s 28. 8 1-11IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64061-C IX RE: Estate of N \TIIAX BI.AI' a k a NAT ULAU I used, NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: In ALL PERSONS INTERESTED I I'HE K.-'TATi-: OF SAID DBCEDEN You aiini' i> notified thai a wrl ten Instriiinenl purporting to be t! last a U and testament of said dec* dent lias been admitted to probate siitii i"*inri. You are hereby commani id within si\ calendar months fro the .ii*iof the first publication of tl notice in appear in auld Court ai -lii.w cause, If any you can. why tl I action "I -aid Court in admitting PI will in probate i-houi*i not stand u revoked. tlBORGE T. I'l.AltIC County .liniK' (seal) B} : MKI.I'.A C. DICK, Clerk IRVINO CYPEN LAW OFFICES Ai turn> 625 Artliui I'.o'ii'r.-y Road ( .Miami i:. sell, 1' lorlda First publication *.f this notice • i .in .Mil .nil .a' Aiun-i, mtii. 88, 1-11NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN iii the undersigned, desiring to engage i ini-nii'.-s under ih*' ti.'iiiions name %  SEASONS I'll! It at 8701 N.E. 4i Avenue, Miami, Florida intend tu re* later auld ngm* with Ihe Cierk of il Circuit Courl of Dade County, Floi Ida. ,|H" R \TTAN OF I'l.OHlDA, INC HOWARD K .HIRSCH .Hiinlli.. l"l • UUU Kiltlall Of F'lorida, Inc. 8/28, 8/4-11-1 .N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH = ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8738 THE WILMAMSBL'RGH SAVIN* ;s BANK, Plaintiff, \'S. UN LEY JONES Trustee in i...: ... iptcy, et iii. I %  i llililllt. NOT.CE OF SUIT I'u; John D'Agostino and Heli l %  Agost iii". his Ife, Resident I'nknown, and if reroarrle* thi'ii unknown siwusea, If living nnd if .ii .ni, the unknown heir legatees, aaslgnee> grantees, lienora, crodltors, trui i or othei claimants, cln in in-; l..>. i hrough, iiii*iti or agalm ., i. ;' i he above named d* :.ni< who a %  d' ceased. You • % %  hen by notified that n i .1 action has bei n In tilnst you In the t 'Ircu I hi .hull i.il i 'll'CUlt of 1 I" hlii i tl for I lade 'ounty to i"i • mortgage upon the followh i i. nl properi \ : Lot Bl.it k 8 WESTH \\ K: i Mi ITS. ling i" the i'l; imil in Plat Book Page .I Public Ft da of Dad • %  .. •'. Florida, together with Wei U. In i iven .\ Itange 5180 58* Rangi il".ni \v 'Exh. Fan! Norg Washer W4-4IS: Screen Porch, Tu Kiu-loK ire, l lot Wati r l leater, V* n • n -. Cone. Garbage HI W Cans: Cone. Clothes Poles an t'pholstered B/Fast Nook. \. i in required t" file your BJ K\vei t" iiiaiiiiii'f's complaint with th i 'l. i k of the aforesaid Court, art -. rve a %  ni) thereof upon plali I attorney, MAitTiN FINK, mil Floe hath Federal Building, Miami iFlorlda, "..t int* r than Oct. 9. 19J ..I n Decree Pro Confesso will be entered : -. nst you. DATED: Vug. 26, 1964. i:. 11 LEATHERMAN, < 'I. i u of the Circuit Coui t i. : i: II LANWAY, Deputy Clerk M RTIN FINE Attorm y for Plaintiff liih Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Mian. i .ii'. Florida i. 11, I! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi undersigned, desiring to engagt ii ims'ii, -under ihi fictitious na LATIN VMERICA CONSULTANT? ii :' %  '7 Pan American Bank Buildlnp Int.nd%  iv 1st. i said nami with ihClerk oi .HI '"iirt of I RAI'L RHELTON Sole i •" in i 'J, 1-.



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P-z'je 10-B + k-*istihri1$*r Friday 5*pteaj How Iran's Jews Look to a Traveling Beachite '^\\ By LEON J ELL %  peoi tonMrtj "... .. • • : Dr I I a ... ivardi i • quartei 0! I .inClean Quarters In t efclcd %  cleai • %  found (amiliei elcomed and invited ui to .th them The inside ol quarters ni clean and neat, ami even the court yards iwept and gardened with plantan £!! u J metal the White House Conference on Refugee* the L S. Refugee Committee and represented our country at the huergot emmental Committee ">i European M at Genexa m 1958 Locally he terves as president .;' the Greater MUTI Jewish Rational Fund Council. He is a rait president and honorary life president ,./ Temple Btrt/i Sholom. matter how meager, must be paid for by the parentThe new school building ias modern, if not as luxurious as .some of our school-, aany one would hope for there The children admitted to the ichool Start at the age Of five and may go through high -diool The school Iofficial!} recog niied and a diploma, showing the completion ol a hi h lion, entitles the holder to enter an) university in Iran. It ceptable in most "I the in I. u ipe 'l here e| irate cla -• for boys and girl ; althi i hei lor i to be i rou hi in I countri there ia lack of q lalifn I Ii ichi i Ii n Dr. erved thai wit LEON HI More Items Now for Green Stamps When your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calls %  When your family celebrates a i .teenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of new baby, or moves to a new home, your Welcome Wagon •Iutteaa will call with a basket ol gifts... and friendly greetings from the religious, civic .—a •ml business leaden of I ur community When the occasion arises, phono HI 8-4994 Matei nity clothes, s h e a t h 'ire -.• ai i health equipment for women now can be obtained with Merchants Green trading stamps, according to the firm's new catalof ue available nov These are among more than 700 new items added to the 132-page, lull color catalogue, it is being given tree at some 500 Food Fair .supermarkets throughout an elev i en-state, Rhode IsIand-to-Florida i area, and by hundredof other j merchants who also give Merchant* Green stamps. Attractively illustrated in fullcolor, the new Merchants Green catalogue contains more than 200 color photos depicting hundreds of gift items in natural settings. The Hilts range from a full line \ of household appliances and furnishings to wearing apparel, leisure-time items, toys, hardware and garden supplies Among the new additions in the Merchants Green catalogue are diamond witches and rings; sum mer furniture, including the latest in rattan and aluminum; an i adult game section; the latest | high fashion colors and shapein luggage; color-coordinated bath, ensembles; and an expanded section of ready to wear items for! I men. The health equipment for women includes rowing machines and bike exercisers A special eight page -ports sec tion features equipment for hunt log. fishing, camping, boating, golf, plus the other popular outdoor and indoor activities. Every item offered by Merchants Green is the product of a nationally known manufacturer and iguaranteed in writing. The back cover of the new Merchants Green catalogue features the firm's unique group savings program through which organizations may pool stamps to obtain items not ordinarily listed. Merchants Green trading s;amps are given by Food Fair supermarketand a variety of other mer chantalong the eastern seaboard —S. T. Joint Distribution Committee there would be no school? for poorer lamiiieAlthough the Jewof Teheran are Orthodox, Rabbi panre ed to ct the meat that tnm in r.tuali-tically ^laughtered incorn Rabb: P %  named •. re than two %  that the) hai Hoot Jewish Problems T!ir Peril i rp; \i r E Maurch, a membei of the I'arhament representu the Jewish communities in Iran thi blind scholar n ii! through the N [fan, in • • • %  • aiish lift in Ii • 1"' ; test II I : Ji e in no position to lie toward a systemic II--.re., and -ecular education for Jewish youth. He also praised the the Joint Distribution Committee in behalf ot educating Jewish children, but regretted the fact that greater sums were unavailable for the purpose of establishing more schools like the one in Teheran and in other cities of Iran. The Radical Change I'P to the Second World War. Jewish bfe in Teheran had not changed since the Middle Ages. The father of the family still chose a wife for his son and a husband for his daughter, without consulting them; and in many instances, the bride and groom did not see each other until after the ceremony under the canopy, when the veil was lifted Since World War II. however, the consent of the young ii.-ualK -ought by their parent-, especially in Teheran %  **dt e the ^ •n Hamadai ~ ;;| aJ that rei "J 1 *! the ,r*i • The .;• ly in %  • an an read | morr. The Pi sian i TJrthi and laml i "' n '' t *l 'm 'Hi %  eik bail fafafl to Israel Th. %  so than tl • appear hi ful. %  %  Adult Courses At Beth Am Scheduled Here Temple Beth Am will adult education day. Sept. 28. 8 p in ace. to Mrs. Joshua Segal, chaii of the group The institute nil] have eight-week termduring the Courses include a new 'Highlights from the Bible." feu by Rabbi Herbert M Baut at 8 p m., and one on "Higi r from Jewish History." at 9 pi bj gueal lecture: Rabbi Solonx Schiff, of Beth i utivc vj president of Gn binical A--n, .. However, the custom ol choos by the parents without the consent ol their children is : %  %  ent in H n • and Kurdistan 1 Id, def Grei in a di :. rent col ir, and ot which remains I The only vestige ol the days i I X< xes ia Shrine to I the Queen, and Mordecai, her located in the center ol the city. Ti lt monuments are Members and ed to register HAPPY TO .I LNDS & ( AIRLIXS KfcLVr-.Vr.*!! 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rVrge B-B ~ k*H* fkrHtor Friday "l"*** U fcJ flMUT WOMAN OF THE WEEK • ., '":• for d -ne • • |( n ri rder ofaid for "• important • rked in. In N'-* y rl •-.' MetropoliUfl Opera auditioned young• %  ling in the cbo.r Shirley was one of toe fortunate ones aceepted It -AS' a wonderful three sears of experience for her. be'• "'' same stage aEton : %  -elle. G sli afartineili and Maria Jeritza. U arai at -v ..time that she m-.-t 7 ; Chertok. Ted Mid that ht was net going to •> • -•• % %  Johnny, so thej eloped Th->lived in the nortli befori here 27 years age Their dauznte.i, is now in Sai Praneiaco -tudying violin and workn an i book in •'.' nl -•••. •:.-. the • Alter n Miami. Shirley worked aa court rebet own office Business proved so '* and %  • bet in th : the enrverwhelm'-n up recording and ii in'' the Irativ* iffairi of the firm. She t to spend any time alone. Her a any and ber career, Shirley admit! that -,he t heart and ei performing in amateur D learning to play tation work until -he became pro[or National Council <.f Jewish Women Al I "" dO a spot Job, Shirlev U participating Ii ternational Hoapitalit) and presently n helping to %  the North Miami Youth Symphony. Of course, • all the concert lymphoo) performances, and operas. While her avocal on and vocae blended so well %  r %  an itterlj charming and delightful JWY Will Host Commanders Meet Miss Levy Weds Alan J. Rose Kami Jane Levy tx the tug. 23 *.i-r.-.iiie. Tew f the couple are -and •• as : Hn Prank 121 %  aar Dr. W\ nan %  -.< %  'A>i* t I I %  T>. eath nlock %  G • ro;dered alei eeptorm a The bodice feaae with turnback collar and tapered Jeeves petal at the *.-. The veil of p.rk silk ii. fell from a princeai crown of pearli and crystal beads, and she carried a white prayer book marked with a fan —haped arrangement of pink Btephanotii centered with a white orchid. Bridal attendants were Ellen Bone Levy, serving as her sister's maid of honor. Elaine Preis. Amy Osman, Carolyn Wewzimmer and Arlene Stein, bridesmaids. Stanley Rose served as hitber'i best man. Groomsmen were Stuart Rose, another brother. Jamison, Ros e Betrothal Told By Parents -ees. of r. Dorr. %  aney Ross ParMr m Dr Wesi %  ire i ier junior yea -lil I l| 31 "I l Capacity Crowd At Young Israel High Holy Days mS. ALAH J. KOSl Arthur Sher. Howard Safer and Herschell Bloom. Following a reception in the assembly hall of the Temple, the newly-weds left for a honeymoon trip They will live in Nashville until the new Mrs. Rose graduates from Peabody Institute and Mr Rose receives a degree from Vanderbilt. both in June. 1965. Then they will make their home in Miami. • I %  rai tment i ral Gabli t the Hoi 1 • %  I cordin ; : i ei Ii officei of '• eterai • %  ill be m attendance Commithave tx-'-i. received from • %  %  Legi in, Daughteri American Veterans, Veterani Adath Yeshurun Meeting Slated li h Home Beautiful" will %  • %  ted b) Temple Adath i. ..' the fir-t meeting of the Ne %  Yeai 5728 in the Tem K ..; Hall on Wednesday at Music will be under the direction oi i intor Maurice Neu, and Rabbi Jonah E 'plan will offer the invocation Refreshments will be erved. %  I Fort : n Wai Marine >">;-r ; then Guesti al the i on en be • %  th I rida Miss Helper Eyes Dec. 20 Rites Mist Ellen Leslie lieiper ana Paul v Silverstein, of Jamaica. NY. are planning a Dei 20 wedding Announcement of the engagement if made by the bride-elect's parents. Mr and MrHarvey E Kramer. 184 Palm Island. Her fiance is the son of Mr and Mrs, MornSilverstein, 95 S. Shore Dr. The future bride is a graduate oi Miami Peach Senior Hi-h She attended the University of Florida. Boston University and was graduated, cum laude. from the University of Miami in June. She ia member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. social sorority, and Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honorary. She will attend the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York ', he m is te ol iuiubis Grammar %  '->l m .'..• i York l itj He 19 J :art • e e with a d< n mi chane researcl en and producer oi lipment and pi He ii a partner in Alps Industries lo(ated in New York City. A capacitv i gogoe of Greater Miami High Holiday aervici Dr Sol Nussbaura the congreeat.or.. because of the re>pon>e by the North D munity for You: :he synagogue plartxpansion program v. dition of a second -• preaeai edifice. a ? school buildin; Rabbi Sherw.n St tual leader of Y Dg ] that "the overflow ci m a members ..cquir^ the High Holidaj • added testimony to th> tion of traditional in the Greater Mi ilj The High Holiday 'he scene of the Holy Ark ii. b;. the noti tore Bo-co. an Young Israel b; Mr Lerner. Mr. and Mrs ner. Mr and Mrs Sylvia Straychi MrMorris Lerne: Mrs. Eli Nachman :n • their parents. Mr and uc I Lerner. A new Eterr ited by Lv n > %  i emory of his v .:e. Eand Mrs. Email L'ng B new memori,: ol their pare• • %  %  desk! I s> I -.ICM.I it ad-. • %  I i new 1 spinI ini •ilua• -. of i • Ben Lcr• and • • i al0 • Mr. % %  The ii,• :|| commence with a luncheon undei the chairman h.p oi Executive Secretarj \I Ii \Vadol r.tra. Fla., with %  % %  tint to be presented by f %  'oral Gables Mayor Joseph MurVJOnS, ISOOCSOn ph The program following the luncheon will be devoted principally to a discussion of proposed %  • terani legi lation for the cornear Representing the Jewish War Veterans will be Department Commander Ainslee R Perdle, Senior ( ommander Jack Herman of Hollywood. Past Department '.ommander Manny Mandel of North Miami Beach and Depart mint Adjutant Selma Tucker. Among the official JWV observers ni be National Executive Committeemen Irving Steinberg and victor FreedmaO anil National Adjuiant Ralph Grossman. r (f Cleaning-Laundry ~^ Storage 1201 -20th Strtet JE 8-6104 '^J |^ Miami Beach 0fi 7 AM. %  9 PM. Some Day Service Hvin An fxfra Cherf. > A A A A ^. ^AAAAAAAAA^ Exchange Vows Hara Helayne I-aacson and Martin Stephen (Jan, were married Sunday. Aug. 30. in the Ambassador West Hotel. Chicago, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isadoi e l-aaoon. Chicago, she was graduated from the University of Miami. The bridegroom hiated i "in the University ol Miami and attends the Northwestern University Graduate School of Business. He is the son of Mr. and MrAbe Cans, 2154 SW 16th St. After a honeymoon in San Francisco, the couple will live at 7250 N. We,tern Ave Chicago. Marriage of Alice Ann JOT: Dan.els took 'place Saturday. Sept. 5. in Brooklyn, N.Y. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Rufus Jarman, of Westport. Conn. The groom is the son of Alfred H. Dcniels, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Ada M. Daniels, of New York. After a honeymoon tour of the New England states, the couple will live in Cambridge, Mass., where Mr. Daniels will finish Harvard Law School. JNF Planning Election Nigh" %  mi will hi %  Ml : H J Ell. -. %  during whi< h • s foi coming John I Award Dinn.-i ussed, K. b i n. spiritual • Yeshurun Com i liver a messai guests Judy Drucker. sopran sent a program of V Hebrew folk igs %  > bj Aida Yaslo. Meeting is open to ti I e lublic. B'nai Sholom Sisterhood ••Yom Kippur Capers" sponsored by Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhood will include a live band and hot buffet supper on Saturday. 8:30 p.m.. at the temple. %  PS? • .ARDMORE P STUDIO ESTABLISHED SINCE 198 JE1-3415 L Spec.olit, In ^rj/pf • WEDDINGS tV • BAR MITZVAHS W • PORTRAITURE COMMERCIAL i COPIES FULL STAFF AT YOUR SE*'CI 738 ARTHUR GODFREY. RD. MIAMI BEACH



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Friday. September 18. 1964 vjenisl) F/crid/faun Page 11 Formidable Team By MAX LERNER No Arab Time Table at Summit At San Francisco I had the feeling of a convention and a party that had seceded from America. At Atlantic City Hie convention and party showed themselves to be bone and flesh of America's bone and llesh. expressing all the rich, varied, vulgar and contradictory talents of American life. There was more sheer ability IN r square yard than was used or usable at a convention, with few surprises and little in lernal struggle — but it was around. There were political stars and obscure precinct-workers, labor leaders. Negro militants, rich dilettantes, pastors, professors, speculators, soeial workers, businessmen, actors, planners, artists. I have never before been so convinced that the Democrats are a great party of a groat nation and that much of the American future is written in their ranks. In term* of ability, tht Jonhson-Homphrey learn is sound snow h to stand.alongside the Kennedy-Johnson ticket of 1960. the RooseveltTruman ticket of 1944 and the Linclon-Andrew Johnson ticket of 18IS4. Jusl a century ago. I don't mean that Lyndon Johnson is a Lincoln or a Roosevelt but only that — as in the other cases — the two men together present a formidable combination of political and intellectual talents, that both make (as one has. in fact, alreadv made) great Presidential material and that the nation would be sale in the hands of either. In the case of the Republican team, I fear the word would have to be neither. The great fact about Hubert Humphrey, as was notably true also of Truman and of Kennedy, is his capacity for growth. Usually Ihis is put in terms of Humphrey's "mellowing," from the all-outer ol l'l-Mt to the mature left of-center liberal of today. But this seems to me 'ess important than two other lines of Humphrey growth, lie has achieved crlspness of command in greater measure than before, and lie has achieved an internal discipline which served him well during the terrifying ordeal of waiting for the Vice Presidential decision. In his far flung consultations about choosing a running-mate, Johnson gave hundreds a flattering sense of their importance; by flinging a score of names into the hopper he gave a score ol deserving Democrats (including Sens. McCarthy and Dodd) a generous buildup for their own current and future campaigns. But mostly the nation discovered how wide and deep is its acceptance of Humphrey as a national figure. It is hard for a man to envisage his own death, but Johnson has dared to face the contingency and has been wise enough to choose a man who would ride the crises of jur time in the same spirit as himself and who would manage well the |>olicies of war and peace, of civil rights and civil order, of nuclear weapons and their control. The new thing about American elections is the new awareness ol the people that thev have in effect to choose two Presidents, not one. As for Lyndon Johnson, I suspect that, for all his remarkable achievements in nine months of the Presidency, v.e have yet to take the full measure of this extraordinary man. Gen. do Gaulle put it well, alter their first meeting, when ho said tnat Johnson was not just a politician but a political man. If ho was always in command of the Democratic convention it was because he had brought to it the same qualities of preparation and judgment, of persuasion and decision, that enable him to be always in command of the country It is fashionable to see Lyndon Johnson as some sort of master manipulator or political Svengali. To speak of him as only a brilliant political technician is to fall into the fallacy of those who narrowed Franklin Roosevelt's qualities to the same single dimension. In the case of both men, the technology of politics has been a means to an end — the end being the incredibly difficult feat of compassing all the resources of the nation in meeting its vast varied tasks. We have yet to see how much crcativeness Johnson will muster if he has another four or eight years in the Presidency. He has already shown he has a vision where he wants America to go, of the pace at which it can move and the difficulties it will meet. He has a feel for power, a knowledge of men, a steadiness in the face of events, has capacity for maneuver, a quality of command. Ho has many of the defects "of these qualities too: often thin-skinned, sometimes over-clever in his tactics, at times forgetful of the distance the Presidential office requires. But the fused amalgam of his qualities, in their achievement and their promise, ought to be stature enough, even for the towering demands of the Presidency, and even at a time as dangerous and do mending as ours. Neither Johnson's acceptance speech nor Humphrey's was an ideologteal one. as Goldwatcr's was. They were fighting political speeches, pointing to a direction and a goal. Neither man called for a Christian crusade, as Goldwater did in effect in his acceptance speech, forgetting that the Founding Fathers long ago decided that. American politics should not be linked with a [religious establishment or a religious mystique. The Democrats have started well. 1 suspect the nation will respond well. 1 Y' Program Set for Young LONDON—:JTA>—After six arduQIIS days and nights of debate and inner conflict, the 13 Arab kings and other heads of state, who have met at Alexandria to lormulate ; plans for 'liberating" Palestine from Israeli control and lor build-' ing water projects th.it could ne. gale Israel's national water car-, nor and its partial use of Jordan River waters, has come to a close with no eoneii ;e accomplishments, dispatches received h e r o fro in Vgypl rc-porled. Under pressures from Egypt's President Gaawl Abdel Nasser and the Arab League's secretary-gen; oral. Abdel Knalck Hassouna, the summit meeting did adopt a twopronged plan. One was lo authorize construction of a 4am on the Yarmuk River in Jordan, one of the main tributaries of the Jordan River. But no timetable tor the start of work on thai dam was fixed. Furthermore, out of an estimated cost of $17,500,000 needed for other water diversion proUN Chapter Holds Meeting John F. Kennedy Chapter of the American Association for the United Nations held an open meeting at Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association. 425 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. on .Monday, at 8 p.m. A discussion on the latest developments on the international scene was led by Harry Perkel, vice president of the chapter. jects, only 53,500,000 has been pledged so far, a spokesman for the Arab League said at Alexandria. As for the unified Aral) command set up by the Arab League lor war against Israel, there was still more ambiguity about how it would be organised, how it would bo financed, and when it might he ready for an anti-I.-raeli war. The summit meeting approved unanimously, in principle, the establi %  men! ol an army of Palcstini;> "to liberate Palestine and ta part in the .1"\I round of the Ai light against Israel." But one of the major conferei participants, representing Syi [conceded when asked when t "next round could start: "Only man living n a ('ream world or fool would ask tor an inimcdi attack." Announce Way To Help Drain AN 8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer tfecongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure New York, N. Y. (Special) shrinks the swollen doors to the. Announcement hns been made sinus cavities and helps drain of a new tablet development away the pain-causing pressure which has the remarkable abiland congestion, ity to help drain clogged sinus The shrinking substance In cavities and thus relieve conthis new tablet has been so sucgrstion and pressure. The headccss f u l topically in promoting aches, pressure pains, stuffed-up <] ra inas;e of the sinus cavities head, nasal drip,clogged breaththat it is now prescribed more ing all the unrelenting sympwi


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r, September 18, 1964 vJewisti VhrUBaan Page 7-A v %  •mm :.# % %  Israel Anting Tcp Nations At Attunk Energy Confab *.-<; i* ir.r.'g a special program foi the services at triple Beth Sholom on Friday, Oct. 9, are Lse ,-nembers of the Beth Sholom Temple kuth. Reading (left to right) are Gordon Krar. regional member of the Southeastern Fed9tion of Temple Youth; Cece Cohen, memf oi the National Federation of Temple luth: Ira Diener, president of the Beth Sholom qroup; Helene Davis, recording secretary; Steve Krams. technical advisor; and Stewart Hershey, treasurer. The young people attended the Southeastern Federation of Temple Youth and National Federation of Temple Youth Camps this summer. They study under the guidance of Rabbi Leon Kronii.h, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. W Aid to Egypt Ban is Beaten STNEVA — fJTAv — y-ri'l iconcentrating its nuclear energy research on combining natural uranium with heavy water in a search for means of utilizing uranium as it occurs in nature. Dr. Ernest D. Bergmann. director of the Israel Atomic Energy Commission, declared here this week. i Dr. Bergmann, who is chairman of the substantial Israeli delegation to the third International ; Conference on the Peaceful Uses uf Atomic Energy, now in session here under United Nations augpices, made the disclosure in a statement on Israel's activities in the field. Uranium, the key I material in nuclear energy pro> duction. must undergo a complex and costly refining process for use in making such energy. thai tlM* — f ereace was i<-lal interest to Israel because it was "about to enter the field of larj e atomic reactor-, especially ior desalting sea water." Among the subjects treated in the Israeli papers are new methods for removal of nitric acicH trom waste products of reactors, the Chemistry of elements higher than uranium which have become available through operation of reactors, and the theory m last realtors fueled with plutonium. Dr. Bergmarm said that successful combination ol natural uranium and heavy water would yield Plutonium as a by-product. Cn-'*nued !'on Page 1-A ..:: : .he Piesident to make d< t -nvroticn that any naLn receiving P.L. 480 assist(ce wn not an aggressor in a jilitary sense against any nakfl hoving diplomatic relations Ith tt* United States, and that 'die! not use any United States nds for purposes inimical to nited States foreign policy. It Ikes r.ct specifically name the niteci Arab Republic. flop. Roosevelt said that beu-,' I ;-, amendment "does not Lgle o.it or name any nation" voult! not "tie the hands of the Bsident." „ater, Rep. Roosevelt explainprivately he prepared his subjtute alter the Secretary of Lte's fppeal and because he tied ifBolton anti-Nasser move would bo eliminated in the coming, joint House-Senate conference on the bill, because it went too far. He thought his own antiaggression clause would be retained, and serve as the best available restraint of Nasser under the circumstances. Representatives Leonard Farbstein. Benjamin S. Rosenthal, and William Fitts Ryan—all New York Democrats—argued against the the Roosevelt substitute. They contended that Nasser had gotten away with too much and that the only effective move was a mandatory aid severance measure like the Bolton amendment. Rep. Farbstein argued in the House that the Roosevelt measure was no different from a provision in last year's foreign aid bill, which the State Department has failed to implement. Rep. Rosenthal opposing the; Roosevelt move, said that "by no torturing of language can the United Arab Republic be called a friendly nation." Rep. H. Ft. Cross, Iowa Republican, said the i Roosevelt substitute was "virtually meaningless." Rep. Ryan said there was no evidence that the State Department did anything to implement previous anti-aggiesslOfl clauses affecting Nasser. Rep. Charles Joelson, New Jersey Democrat, took a leading role in the fight against the Bolton amendment. Dr. Bergmann also reported that six of the II papers by Israeli scientists, accepted by the scientific secretariat of the United Nations conference, will be presented orally. Five of the Israeli papers are included in the official archives without readirg. Those papers will seek to pre sent the program of research in Israel in the field of reactor physics and technology and rclated subjects, a program which Is rael expects to provide the basis lor future large-scale reactor development. Dr. Bergmann said Food Company Names Executive Walter E Butler, food broker, wholesale grocer and institutional specialist, has been appointed vice pre>ident of Erwin R. Stern | Associates. Inc. He has had 20 years of experij ence with a major food broker, : .1. A. Plain Brokerage Co., ot Cleveland, O.. and before that was sales representative with William \ Edwards. Wholesale Grocer, alsi> of Cleveland. Butler will take over the institutional department of Erwin R. Stern Associat-s and be responsible lor all its sales. His ternt TV will extend through Southeast riorida from Vero Beach to Key West. : Church Removes Blood Libel Continued from Page 1-A |ures showing Simon's alleged nurdr by the Jews. In recent years, the chapel confining this medieval horror story; las been opened "only" once aj lear Fifteenth century rabbis j laced a ban on Trento and its territory, to last as long as the ritual nurder libel was continued. The ..ctures will be transferred to a huseum to remind future generations of Italy's dark ages. The stained glass of Simons %  m artyrdom" will be replaced by one of Moses. In the chapel it self, a statue of the late I'ope John XXIII will symbolize the new era of Catholic-Jewish relations. Many leading Jewish. 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. September 18. 1964" vMnistncridKcun Page 7-B •rl :. %  I'll Hi.i %  :....'i %  / H • ..•e operation for Miami Beach's Icsl private school. The school, which is located at Bill West Ave.. on a two and oncnlf acre tract of land bodermg Iscayne Bay, has its own ~~> ft. w i in in i n g pool, auditorium. Iricncc laboratories, dual classpoms with facilities to accommodate indoor and 0u t d o0r l library and dining hall. ig ;i~ director-principal of Be -i hool is Richard E. Lear, son 1 the hool's founder, Mrs. Ida t ear, who has retired alter being ith the school since itinception larlj m 1934. Lear said thai figures I the arst week showed an increase in registration of over 15 per cent. %  This reflects a desire by parents pr exacting programs for their hildren in preparing them for v.ghcr education," said Lear. Catering to local students and specializing in small classes with [ %  dividual attention stressed, l any ol the school's departments 'p.ive been greatly expanded to care for the new semester's programs. A full curriculum is beIng offered for students of all ages from kindergarten through college preparatory. The Lear School i< accredited by the State of Florida's Department of Education, with a full course of college preparatory or general • •'unprehensive academic studies. LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE ialone) wishes to exchange few hours service doily for unfurnished opt. CALL 751-4994 'Shipwreck Party 1 At Beth David i Beth David Sisterhood invites i all its members and friends to "sail" aboard the SS. Beth David to sunny Italy, the locale for i this year's "Shipwreck Party" on \ Saturday evening, Sept. 26, in Spector Hall. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, chairman of the evening, and her cochairmen, Mrs. Walter Falk and Mrs. Seymour Friend, have planned a continental affair. There will be a late supper of famous Italian dishes prepared by Lloyd Apple, catering director at Beth David, and his staff. Music for dancing will be furnished by Cosmo Lloyd and his orchestra. There will be a charming gift for each of the ladies attending. HE CARRIED A WHISTLE Eielyne Treister's father, Simon Bressler, or Atlanta, carried a whistle, and he wore a guide's cap when he and his wife met their crew at_the World's Fair. This was a unique "going to the Fair." flelyne and Kenneth and their family joined them in New York. They were thirteen Strong, three daughters, three sons-in-laws and five grandchildren. Grandpop sure needed that whistle I They saw every bit of the Fair. DID YOU KNOW? Sadie (Kling) Frankel, who lives in Baltimore and is the world's worst letter-writer, was so excited at being at the Democratic Convention thai -he actually wrote a card to say that she talked to Adlai Stevenson and Sen. Hubert Humphrey, a:ul went to Jackie Kennedy's cocktail parly Charlie Jacobson's mother-in-law sent him a pair of pink pajamas for his birthday to match the kitchen. Why the kitchen? Robert Rubin, who just graduated from Yale Law School in June, and his wife Judy, who just finished her Master's thesis at Yale in French literature, have been visiting Robert's parents, Sylvia and Alex Rubin. Then the Senior Rubins will lea\e on the SS France for Europe and Israel Judy and Barry Shein have returned after three years in Lakeland to Miami. Barry is with the Internal Rvenuc Service. Judy's folks. Dodo and Sam Falick, and Barry's folks, Molly and Maurice Shein, are overjoyed Claire and Art Rosichan are proud as peacocks. Son Dick and his wile are moving to Atlanta, which is a little closer to Miami than Buffalo. There, Dick will work for his Master's in English at Emory Hope and Rocky Pomerance. took Hope's parents, Laura and Al Nason, to the Mona Lisa Room al the Eden Roc for dinner in honor of a very big occasion. The Nasons have been married 39 years. • 0 HURRICANE IRENE Irene (.Mrs. Max V.) Cogen was installed as president of the Women's Division of Jewish Family and Children's Services the day of \ the hurricane. It augurs well for JFCS. She'll sweep everything before her. It was a cozy I group of officers, board members and friends in the Gold Room of Westvicw Country Club. It was Leon Fisher's (the lone man at the luncheon) farewell before he and his wife left for Israel and _fb.cn Greece to attend a Conference, of Soeiai Workers. Harriet (Mrs. Marshall) Harris has just returned from Jamaica where their two moppets. Jennifer and Steve, had learned the new dance, the Ska. Her parents, Anne and Joe Lipton, had flown in lor the weekend. Linda (Mrs. Bill) Binder was sitting at the eame table with her mother-in-law, Florence (Mrs. lien) Binder, who had just come back from a marvelous European trip. Linda wai proud of her mother, Mrs. Max ("gen. Hannah (Mrs Morton) Stein was excited about her new grandchild, one month-old Laura Ann, daughter of Jane and Alan Stein. Ethelda (Mrs. David) Kirsh was sitting with her mother. Mrs. Irving Gladstone. Talking in a corner were Irene (Mrs. Irving) Fell, Grace (Mrs. B. B.) Goldstein, president of JFCS. and Monna (Mrs. Fred) Lighle. Gloria I Mrs. Howard) Scharlin was discussing with her mother, Rose (Mrs. Jerry Goldman, the new baby in their family, James David, son of Bobby and Martin Goodman, Included in the hurrying homeward-bound guests to beat the hurricane were Florence (Mrs. Sidney) Blum, and Lily (Mrs. Harry) Schiff. BLUE AND WHITE FOR A BABY Mikki and Morris Futernick had a party at Wcsthrooke Country Club to celebrate the ar rival of a brand new baby, Lee Edwin, and the second birthday of Frank. Sister Cathie Ellen 4'4, has had her own parties. Among guests were the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold X Beyer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Futernick and Godparents Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hadlcr. Others included Cantor Herman Gottlieb, Mr. and Mrs Steve Quartin. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruff. Mr and Mrs. Marvin Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Har vcy Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spiegelman. and Mr and Mrs. Jay Rossen. BESS GLASSER REGISTERS FOR SCHOOL Bess (Mrs. Louis) Glasser registered at the University of Miami for her daughter, Mona. now Mrs Ray Byron Cohen. Mona is going to attend the university, but registration is taking place while she is on her honeymoon, so Mother volunteered. —FRANCES LEHMAN Dr. Margolis To be Speaker •Killers Are Loose on the High speed Expressways" will he the subject of a talk by Dr. Leonard Margolis at the luncneon meet ing ol Dadeland Lions Club on Thursday, Sept. 21. at the Summit Restaurant Dr. Margolis is chairman of the Motorists Vision and Highway Safety Committee oi the Dade (' unty OptOmetriC Association, ind recently addressed the Governor's regional conference on "Driving and Safety.'" Home Auxiliary Opens Season Next Tuesday North Miami Beach Auxiliary oi the Jewish Home for the Aged first meeting, after being recessed for the summer, is scheduled for Tuesday evening, 8 p.m.. at the Home, 131 NE 52nd St. The group charter will be presented, and Mrs. Lillian Cicio and "her gang" will feature their unique "Kitchen Band." Refreshments will be served under (he supervision of Mrs. Ruth Miller Prospective members and hu-hands are invited. President Mrs. Libby Salamowitz is in charge of transports tion. Housing Authority Reelects Fine Martin Fine. 37-year-old local attorney, has been reelected chairman of the .Miami Housing Authority for the fifth consecutive year. Fine, who is starling his eighth year of service on the authority, is noted for his work on behalf of the area's senior citizens. He is vice president of the National Housing Conference and first vice president ol the Florida Association of Housing Authorities. During Fine's chairmanship of Ihc Miami Housing Authority, four specially-designed projects for Ai6 aged were opened, with the fit'h a high rise at 1401 NF 7th St.. due to open early in December. The completed projects are the Abe Aronovitz Villas. Donn Gar •lens, Jollivette Plaza and the Moretti Apartments. For three out of the last the MHA also has won the Dean Melville E Johnson v "for its local record of achi< menl in the field of public hi ing." Business and civic leaders will gather on Sept. 24 at the Fontainebleau Hotel to honor Hank Meyer for his 15th year of service to the City of Miami Beach. The luncheon will honor Meyer in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce. Milton Weiss is chairman of the Civic Committee. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI FRIENDLY, GENTLE CARE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE WANTED RELIGIOUSLY-INCLINED JEWISH WOMAN single or willow, for light housekeeping in exchange for room, board & reasonable salary. Apply 445-7457 AUTHORIZED OEfilEB WITH Quo) ly HEARING AIDS 550 to $285 Service A'l Mokw LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • BEPAWING Serving Dade Courtly Over 25 Years 1811 S.W. 14th ST. 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