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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
folun.e 37 Number 39
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 25, 1964
Two Sections Price 20 PERSONAL COUNSEL TO LBJ
Feldman to be Guest
Of Honor at Zionist
Conference on Oct. 1
f y Special Report
ICouns<
Lohnsoi
la l ;> bi
morning
YORK Myer Feldman,
o President Lyndon B.
will be guest of honoi
cial session on Sundax
Oct 4. the final day ol
i the t- i i ;> Sessions of the 67th
annua i invention of the Zionist
Organization of America, due to
open ( n Thursday. Oct. 1. at the
Willan Hotel in Washington, D.C.,
with : I expected attendance ol
more than 1.000 delegates from
ill I parti Of the country.
\n>- ng to a joint announce-
ment t": Dr. Max Nussbaum. ZOA
presidi i and I. S. Turover, na
tional -vention chairman. Feld
man w be presented with a cita-
tion lest fying to the award of a
scholarship grant to a young stu-
dent I' full course ot study in
Kfar 5 ver, ZOA agricultural
training school, near Ashkelon in
Israel.
Kfi- Silver, which now has a
tofal t-'ollment of 310 students,
boys *-d girls between the ages
of 14 -o 17 from all parts of
the weld, is the only American
charter Israel, -iving been chartered by
the Bct:d "f Regents of the Uni-
verse cf the State of New York.
Dedicated to the theme "Amer-
ica-Israel Common Frontier of
Democracy," the four-day sessions
will highlight addresses by the
foremost leaders of all walks of
American, civic and political life.
leading Bgures in the American
Jewish community |nnd the world
Zionist movement. The agenda
Deludes discussion and action
upon issues alfecting the future
of the American Jewish common
Continued on Page 13-A
Israel Reacting
To Threatening
Arab Summit'
MYER KIDMAN
due to appear
Forty American Prelates
Speak for Jews in Vatican
ITALIAN JEWS UNHAPPY Paflc 3-A
BISHOPS DEMAND CUR/FICAT/ON PACE 9-A
HOME (JTA) The contr.
venial dratt declaration on Jews,
prepared at the Vatican for dis-
cussion at the current session of
he Ecumenical Council, was ex-
pected to be presented before the
Council Fathers on Wednesday, it
was indicated here Tuesday, as
.he majority ot the American car-
Canadian Neo-Nazis Up
Anti-Semitic Propaganda
TORONTO (JTA) Canadian
neo-Nai resumed their hate-ped-
dling activities last weekend when
Jewish residents of the Toronto
area received anti-Semitic "New
Year's ireethlg cards" signed
"with L-.-t wi.-hes from the Can-
adian Nazis." Extremists also
mingled with the crowds outside
a performance here of the Beatles.
. .spectators to send one
,i Plesherton, Ontario, ad-
I a copy ol the infamous
The Protocols of the Eld-
urging
dollar I
dress,
canard
rrs ol 7.
The greeting" cards, sent to
hundreoj of Jewish residents in
TereMO, Hamilton and other
parts e^ southern Ontario, pictur-
ed a stereotyped figure holding a
brief tase bearing a Star of
David *gaintt a background of
a swastika design. The envel-
opes bore a Toronto postmark
and were sent to names appar-
ently obtained from a Jewish
mailing list. The recipients in
Toronto included synagogues,
rabbis and Jewish communal of-
fices.
The leaflets offering to send cop-
ies of the "Protocols," were distri-
buted outside the Maple Leaf Oar-
dens here. Police picked up and
questioned those distributing the
leaflets but later released them
11 was also reported here that Dav-
id Stanly, who has been identified
with various neo-Nazi activities, is
now back in Canada after spend-
ing the summer in Birmingham,
Ala., where he was associated with
the State Bights Tarty.
dinals and bishops attending the
session were mobilizing them
selves to actively demand a
stronger statement which would
absolve the Jewish people of all
traces of collective guilt for the
crucifixion of Jesus.
The American bishops met in
the afternoon and selected from
among themselves a number of
speakers to participate in the de-
bate at the Council on the docu-
ment on the Jews. It was later
reported that about 40 prelates
have requested to be chosen to
speak at the Council on the "Jew-
ish question." The number will
have to be restricted by common
agreement. The debate is likely
to start this week.
JEBUSALEM (JTA) The --------
Israel Government has reiterated | INIMITABLE TOUCH
ts determination "to repel and ^
thwart any aggression" on the
part cf the Arabs and to continue
n the development of its Jordan
River irrigation project in spite of'
\rab threats io take steps to di-
vert the Jordan headwaters in an
effort to interfere with Israeli
plans.
In a statement issued by a Gov-
'rnment spokesman following pre
iminary discussions by the Cabi
net of the recent Arab summit
conference in Alexandria. Israel .
also called upon the nations of
the world to repudiate the "ag-
gressive declarations" made by
ihe Arab heads of state who an-
nounced as their objective the "lib-
ration of Palestine from Zionist
imperialism."
Asserting that it was the ob-
iective of Ihe 13 Arab states to
"attempt to destroy another
state also a member of the Unit-
ed Nations and to plan a com-
prehensive military attack
a.-jainst Israel," the Israeli state-
ment declared that "the world's
peace-loving states, the United
Nations and enlightened public
opinion are surely not entitled to
reconcile themselves to public
announcements of aggressive
intent and to declarations to vio-
lating the purpose of the United
Nations Charter and accepted
1 principles governing relations
between states."
All
ican
but one of the
cardinals here
five
have
Amer-
indi
Moreover, the
tinned, "these a""
statement con-
declara-
when
Continued on Page 7-A
tions were made at a time
I
Continued on Page 9-A
COMMUNITY COUNCIL STATEMENT
Boston Body Warns
Against Election Pleas
Satisfaction
Noted With
Demo Platform
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
American Jewish leaders, con-
cerned with issues of special in
terest to Jews, have indicated sat
isfaction with the democratic plat
form adopted in Atlantic City.
President Lyndon B. Johnson's
personal touch was seen in the re
affirmation of the "LBJ Plan" for
I nuclear desalting of sea water.
involving cooperation with Israel.
The President's pledge to
Israel Prime Minister Levi
| Eshkol on an American role to
promote Arab-Israel peace as an
"urgent goal" was reiterated in
the platform. The platform
served notice on Cairo. It said:
I "The problems of political ad-
justment between Israel and
the Arab countries can and must
be peacefully resolved, and the
territorial integrity of every
nation respected."
The Democratic Party com-
I mitted it^elt to "work for the at
tainment of peace in the Neat-
East as an urgent goal, using out-
best efforts to prevent a military
unbalance to encourage arms re-
ductions and the use of national
resources for internal develop-
ment." This was consistent with
the hopes of friends of Israel.
I Another interesting commitment
was made. It involved the Arab
refugee problem which has been
Continued on Page 10-A
**
LEAVING THIS WEEKEND
Publisher, Exec Off to Bulgaria
PdK Shochet, publisher ol The Jewish Floridian and
v,- S Rostchan, 'executive director of the Greater Mum,
.1, v. Federation, will he in Bulgaria ***. ... k.
diet and Bosichan will leave from New \oik this week
^Sev^ui 'p^ticiS-'in ln.ugur.1 ceremonies in Sofia on
WedSsday Of an El A. Israel Airlines flight from Tel Aviv to
the Bulgarian capital City,
BOSTON (JTA) The
Jewish Community Council of
Boston appealed to Jewish voters
this week, in an election campaign
gtatemant, to work for the elim-
ination of prejudice and bigotry
in the current election campaign.
The statement said that the JCC
had "taken note of widespread
dissatisfaction with certain elec-
tion campaign appeals made to
religious and ethnic groups" and
it urged Jews to avoid the publica-
tion and the sending of campaign
advertisements and communica-
tions in which "Jewish issues ex-
clusively are dealt with" and in
which "Jewish names exclusively
are signed to appeals for the elec-
tion of candidates."
Another practice opposed
the statement was the use of
n
Jewish organizational title or
affiliation in endorsement of
candidates which could give
"the impression that the or-
ganization mentioned itself en-
dorses the candidate."
Voters also were urged to "in-
sist on ascertaining the exact
content of advertisements and en-
dorsements in advance of publica-
tion" and to "refrain from dis-
seminating assertions about a
candidate's record implying an-
tagonism toward the Jewish Com-
munity."
The statement also opposed
endorsement Of individual candi-
dates by Jewish organizations"
1 and "the presentation of Jewish
! organizational awards and cita-
tions to candidates during the
election campaign."
PRESIDENT JOHNSON
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BfJaoe Monday at 9 am with
YizJcor memcr.rl slated at 10 a.m.
Erening services are at 7 p.m
.xjkkoth observance concludes
T'Mr-day at services at 9 a.m.

Rabbi Leon Krom-h will of
nciate at Friday evesriag. services
at Silo p.m. St-rmon will be "The
Sukkah and the Stamp Collec-
tion." Saturday morning services
Jt Tempi* Bath Sholom. 4144
i hose Ave.. mil be at 10:45 am.
with Cantor David Conviser r-n
fin;: the musical portkmf "f the
l.turgy. Famiiy Hakotos Shemmi
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at 7 p.m Yizkor r
onal will be included in services
Holiday be- It 8:30 a m
Stadias Torah and Hakofcs pro
Ulliwul "ill conclude the holi-
day at serves on Tuesday
Rabbi Sotorcofl Schiff will of-
ficiate at regular Friday evening
sendee* at *em El Congregation,
500 SW 17th Ave.. at 6 p.m. Sat-
urday services are at 8:30 a.m.
Last days oi Sukkoth will be
launched Sunda> at 6 p.m. Mon-
day services commence at 8 30
a.m.. with Yizkor memorial pray-
ers at 10 a Hi. Sermon will be
"Remembering Our Past." An-
nual Stadia* r rah party will be
at 3 p.m Bveaiag services com
mer.ee at i pm.. with Hakofos
processional chechiled Tuesday
teas, at : 30 a m conclude the
Sukkoth ob*er> ance

At Temple Ner Tamid, 79th St..
and Carlyle Ave Rabbi Eugene
LabOMtz will officiate at services|
commencina the final days of
Sukkoth with Shemim A'zereth on
Sunday Sept 27. at 6 p m Moo-
services hegin at 8 45 a m.
m memorial win" be 1030
a.m. S- -v.hedu!ed a-
' Mentor) is a i: Even-
ing launching Sinn
Torah with The Makofos procession-
al, will be at 7 p.m.
mor :ces are at 8 45 am
Kiddu-h in Uic Sukkah will fol-
low each ser ice. Special chil-
dren ie- are Honda) and
am.
Rabbi Mayi
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Temp'e Menorah
52 751 S this -
Shemim At/
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proeesvonal on Monday at 6 p.m..
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Friday. September 25, 1964
*Jen1st fhrktkui
Page 3-A
;onsul Shimon Yallon to be Honored
Temple Menorah-lsrae! Dinner Here
i] |e Menorah-Israel Din-
. to be held on Sunday.
; ,]] In' the scene of a
I history lor Hip entire
u it was revealed by
, ,| iyer Abromowitz, spi-
ler "I the Temple, and
Revitz, president.
II v\ill be at this occasion, to
held ."' 'be Fontainebleau
thai Israel's newest emis-
Italian Jews
Unhappy With
New Schema
HOME (JTA) The issue
< tbe revised draft of the Vatican
declaration on Catholic-Jewish re-
lations was raised by two Italian
fliwish leaders in Rosh Hashona
icnts shortly before the re-
| mvening of the Ecumenical Coun-
,1 They were Chief Rabbi Elio
oafl and Judge Sergio Piperno,
liresident of the Union of Jewish
immunities of Italy.
Jewish groups have charged that
version, to be submitted
part ol the auenda lor the
Ecumenical Council session.
- an appeal to Jews to con-
it to Catholicism, a charge de-.
ed by a Vatican spokesman.
i Toaff said he regretted
the new version seemed to
' a retreat from positions in:
draft introduced last year
t the second Council session.
Piperno said, In a New Year)
" broadcast on the Italian,
network, that Italian Jews
ial the Council would de-
- "unfounded" the cen-
Id charge of deicide "which
the Jewish people so much
ind tears."
ring to the fact thai Italy
living the JUth anniver-
resistarice to Nazism and
Judge Piperno said that
stance movement "imposes
the -ina ivors the duty to
ze the complete equality of
is minorities, and to enact
gainst genocide, so that
Italj may not become a haven
lor the perpetrators of the most
horrendous crime against human-
My."
Judge Piperno also touched
upon the situation of the Jews in
the Soviet Union by noting that,
at this season of the High Holy
Days, "Italian Jews also turn their
thoughts to their brethren in less
hospitable countries, where they
are not allowed to live in accord-
ance with the traditions of their
history and their religion."
"V to the United State-. Shimon
Yallon. will be official welcomed
by the community and presented
i i tiie Diplomatic Corps ol Gre iter
Miami in a colorful ceremony of
state. Yallon recently arrived
Horn Israel to take up his new
post a- Consul General lor South-
eastern United States and Israel
Undersecretary of state lor the
Ministry of Development.
The Temple Menorah Dinner
of State will celebrate the con-
gregation's 15th anniversary.
Selected for special honors at
the event in recognition of serv-
ice to the Temple, to the com-
munity and Israel are two dis-
tinguished leaders of Temple
Menorah, Max Krauss and Louis
Reinstein.
Members of the Host Commit-
tee have been invited to a recep-
tion Saturday evening at the home
Of Mr. and Mrs. Revitz.
Revitz. who in addition to serv-
ing as president of Temple Meno-
rah is chairman of the Board of
Governors of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, will be
chairman of the anniversary din-
ner.
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RABBI DR. TIBOfi H. STERN
1532 Washington Ave., Miami ten
JE 1-1969 534-0271
BBYO Board
In First Meet
Of The Season
Initial meeting Of the Board of
Directors lor the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
lor the l%4-65 program year was
held at the Alcazar Hotel, it was
announced by Ainslee R. Ferdie.
president.
The BBYO board sponsors a
higb school Jewish membership of
over 1.000 young people in 30 chap-
ters in Dade County and is the
liaison to the B'nai B'rith lodges
and chapters in the area.
Featured at the meeting was
(he presentation of a check for
$2090 to the American Cancer
Society by Aaron Stern and
Michelle Rosinek, of Zodiac AZA
and Debs BBG, respectively.
Stern and Miss Rosinek were
cc-chairmen of a one-day tag day
drive that saw over 500 mem-
bers of the youth organization
participate in the fund-raising
project.
The meeting was also held to
orient new members ol the board
and acquaint them with the prob-
lems of a rising membership in
the youth organization and the
need for support from the parent
organization.
Reports were given by George
Termotto and Sharon Lerner, of
the Hurricanes AZA and Jackson-
ville BBG, with respect to the
forthcoming winter BBYO con-
vention at Camp Owaissa Bauer
in Naranja, Fla.
Mrs. Jane Carver, Greater
Miami B'nai B'rith Youth director
reported on the local BBYO pro-
gram and emphasized the adviser
training program planned for the
coming year.
Shimon Yallon comes to his new
post in this region of the United
States with an extensive back-
ground of service for Israel in
war and in peace.
Upon his first arrival to Pales-
tine in the early 1930's, he became
a bus driver and joined the
Haganah, where he rose to the
rank of captain. During Israel's
War of Independence, he was ap-
pointed controller of manpower
or the northern half of the coun-
try.
In addition to important posts
which he held within the govern-
ment of Israel, Yallon served as
director of Lever Brothers in
Haifa. Among his important
government posts, he was Eco-
nomic Counsel at the Israel Em-
bassy in Rome.
Later he became Assistant Di-
rector General of the Ministry of
Development, where his activities
\i ere concentrated on the develop
nient of the Negev.
Yallon will be officially wel
corned by the community at a
Reception of State immediately
preceding the Temple Menorah-
Israel Dinner on Oct. 11.
Jordan Marsh
Names Ruben
Executive V. Pres.
.. William s Ruben has been an
pointed executive vice president
and managing director of Jordan !
MarshFlorida. The announce-
ment was made by Robert Macht, ]
president of Jordan Marsh
Florida, in order to fill the va-
cancy created by the sudden death
of Harold B. Bosworth. who had j
held this position for the past ]
three years. The appointment, ac-
cording to Macht. is effective im- J
mediately.
Prior to the announcement.
Ruben held the position of vice
president and general merchandise
manager of the Jordan Marsh
stores in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale,
and Orlando. Jordan Marsh
Florida is an affiliate of Allied
Stores Corporation.
Ruben's retailing career start-
ed in the fall of 1950 upon grad-
uation from Syracuse Univer-
sity, when he joined Dey
Brothers & Co., Syracuse, New
York, the Allied affiliate there.
Ruben started as a trainee in the
store's execut've training pro-
gram.
WILLIAM S. RUBIN
Reedy, senior vice president of Al-
lied.
Ruben joined the Jordan Marsh
Florida executive team in April,
1958. as sale- promotion director.
He was promoted to vice pres
dent and general merchandise
manager in August. 1961.
Alter showing remarkable pro Ruben serves on the Board ol
gress in various assignments of re- Directors of the Heart Associatioa
sponsibility in Dey Brothers, he and the YMHA and has been ac-
was selected for top executive live in the United Fund. He lives
training by Allied Stores and was with his wife and two children
appointed staff assistant to J. II. on DiLido Island. Miami Beach.
Seiderman Talks To Beach Lodge
Paul Seiderman, chairman of,
!he Board of Trustees of the
Florida Region of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
i as principal speaker at the first
fall meeting of the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Wednes-
day at the DiLido Hotel.
Topic ol the kickolf session was
"Danger from the Right." ac-
i rding to Lodge President Gerald
Schwartz.
Seiderman, a member of the
Miami Beach Lodge, is a na-
tional ADL Commissioner, and
one of the South's leading autho-
rities on the recent upsurge o-
extreme right wing groups.
Irwin Schulman, regional d.
rector of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue, was present to join with
Seiderman in a question an
answer session following the pre-
sentation.
All of the Beach Lodge's weekly
luncheon sessions, held Tuesdays
at the DiLido, were canceled dui -
ing September because of the rel -
gious holidays.
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19 fisfcti 3^25
VoJasne 37 Number 2"9
The Final Two
Days of Sukkoth
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Bal hcttem Am bMoncaJ
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so the o; o u i ste oi S
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t High Holy Day period
The celebrcl on -.: S
Torafa _i ./.-.-.:.-...-. of the
in many a
the Toron -. nen wt
began In fad the Torafa a .-.-. b
d and me
hrae I rcie of expert-
.-. .-.. our
' i /.
'-' jas eternal
- faith.
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aboul .:. then
-.;.-.-. .-.-.-..-. -'- :. as
ages
bettei way ultimately to symbolize
rpoee than by celebrating the read
'-: lh, its end and its beginning, which
is the iountainhead of our survival as a people?
If. as we chant in our daily prayers, out
of Zion will come forth Torah. it is no less true
that out of the T^rah comes forth the continuing
identity of the Jew.
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Synagogues Were Jammed
Despite the Soviet Union'i boetile -;-:.'ude
-: Jewish -. dture. parti-
by tl h announcen
o re of
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[ogue
o
. the
The Soviet ..-. i ,r re are doing all
' to recreate the ancient anti-Jewish
thai made R i iski one of the
mo;.1 relig ously bigoted nations during the fin-
al century of Czanst rule, when other such
monarchic lands and governments had long
since begun at least token efforts toward a
reasonably free human conscience.
Apparently it does the Soviet no good.
The new libels, created in the guise of "econ-
omic crimes" against the state, are still insuf-
ficiently strong to keep Jews from worshipping
on the holiest of their religious observances.
The Ties are Narrowing
The iron doors against interchange be-
tween West Germany and Israel cue clanging
shut with ominously rapid speed and finality.
During the regime of Conrad Adenauer,
when Germany made its phenomenal post-war
recovery, the friendship between the two na-
tions seemed limitless; and, despite Israel's
easily-understandable suspicion and often out-
right hostility, both Israel ahd West Germany
carried on a spirited and open relationship.
We can not attribute the change to the
resignation of Dr. Adenauer. It dates from im-
mediately prior to West Germany's fulfillment
of its $866 million reparations agreement. The
'-' ;"-' thai lime -a reversal crown-
by ihe idden discovery in Apr:. 196
West G- tislfl hard at work in Egypt
"-:. /-..-. While her friendships with the Arabs have
been expanding, Bonn's ties to Israel appear
to be growing more and more tenuous. The
announcement last week by a spokesman for
Chancellor Erhard that he had no intention of
meeting with Prime Minister Ei-hkol somewhere
outside of both countries during the months
ahead is a case in point.
The original disclosure was made by Mr.
Eshkol in an interview with Israel's huge daily,
"Maariv." What the future holds for West Ger-
tel can fa at this
ifuL
An Unhappy Outlook
n porl on 1 of
. ru-
'
among our the south of us.
Moi
ml th< -..
ingly ous position of Jo wry there.
He was even more specific when he sug-
gested that neither the governments of the Latin
American countries involved nor the predomin-
ant Catholic Church are doing all they can to
fight the rise of anti-Semitism.
While there are many friendly voices
raised, the gist of the AJCommittee report seems
to be that the voices cry in the proverbial wild-
erness. This is a clear-cut recognition of the
Nazi community in Latin America transferred
from World War II Germany, coupled with
Arab agents there to exploit the situation.
Many promises were made by both pre-
lates and presidents, but Mr. Abram and his
report seem to suggest that the outlook for the
Jews of Latin America is not a happy one.
Cases in point keep cropping up. They
run the gamut of Arab propaganda in the im-
portant centers of Latin America down to hard
core neo-Nazis in Argentina and enclaves of
anti-Semitic sentiment in Brazil, Paraguay,
Uruguay and Chile. Only last week, an Is-
raeli agent was reported killed because it was
rumored he had finally tracked down the in-
famous "selection" Dr. Josef Mengele. It is the
sentiment in Latin America today that keeps
the Mengeles protected; it is this sentiment the
American Jewish Committee report under-
scores.
during (he week
... as i see it
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^rrounding b. recrwuoc ens a .rts ere,
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P-rt of the durability. I pjr-p^e tfeau -
leee ar.d are going about :.
rty m*, Neither **- the pap and shock'
- tnem The myrh was alreadj being crea---
F-Ugerakl Ke,r,,. tarte] His'wnVctepiY
r^Zv2ViTr L'- :'r ''-'-'-
-bat becarr-e a psgeast ::.
- Urferjf que^rio.-.able name. ba>ed upon ber
into methods of exalted
I say : ifaie because tkere
MM, there w*s : MCept _
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SOUrS IHl OKI TO WATCH
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BS0OD/MC miH AKl OANGllOUS
QOME MAY BE angerd by the etTecuveness. OUx
over the direction it took A feu may feel secret
delight in his brother's death as just payment lor th-
less rr.ar.r.kr in which Bobby -- .
But it ould be ab>urd to say that he didn't
ted ...
-the cP,
at President
;th Keai
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g and poi
Bobby is
at th
capai
to date: his plant
II that this can mean in the
are important to future historical assessments and tl
the success of the myth now being created. They art
to the present. Onl) Bobby has the real essence oi ;
what or THt jews or mw row city?
^JJOW CAN BOBBY hope to fare in New York? Keatin-
publican. and in the hu^e city, with its equally lar*.
bloc votes, the GOP does not do particularly uell. A R blican
rr, t rely upon substantial support there to add to his trad;' M up-
state favor. Keating has this supportand certainly from lew*
His record in the Congress, especially relating to matters per aintog
to Israel, simply can not be criticized. If anvthing. he ha -en a
totally-dedicated advocate of the Israeli cause. Mizrachi 1963.
named him 'Man of the Year."
While Jews are generally relied upon tc count heavily i 'he
Democratic column, in the case of Keating, predictions will >e ficult to make. To the Jews of New York City, whose numbers ox
ceed the total population of the State of Israel, what can Bob*) of-
fer? The promises his late brother made as Presidential candidate
before the Zionist Organization of America in 1960promiv-s that
were so absurd precisely because they would be impossible to ful-
The manner in which Jack dealt with Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion during a one hour meeting in Washington, when Israe; lead-
er was shuffled through the back door to make the meeting seem
inconsequential to Arab ire?
Certainly, New York City Jews will remember. While this is
decidedly no basis on which to choose between Keating and K aincdy,
t will be a significant factor nevertheless. In such evaluation lies
the rationale behind the minority vote. Can Bobby carry' it <""'" '"",lie
the troubled waters of impossible promises never fulfilled? HI M"0th- ,
er was such a promise, himself. This is what Bobby will say in "''' 4
cause of the enduring Kennedy name. .


Wridaf, September 25. 1964
fJenisti MoridHnn
Page 5-A
Ho Meeting With Eshkol ~ Erhard
I the West German Chancellor be- German scientists by the Nasser
fore Israel's national elections in regime in Egypt who are working
the summer of 1965 on -very sub- on advanced weapon- systems
w ,, ,. there. Mr. K.-hkol said that while
_ (jTA. A spokesman tween Chancellor Ludwig Erhard to a statement by the Israeli stantial and important matters, I t G(,,,n|.(v v ;is now 1>raei\s
!St German Government "^ Israel's Prime Minister Levil Vernier, in an interview with the ,n the interview, the Premier second-bigsest customer. ;itt<-
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Friday. September 25. 1964
*Jenisti ftcridiar
Page 7-A
American Prelates Press Jewish Issue
Barry Moss, ninth grade student at the Hebrew Academy, is
cited by the Executive Club of Miami Beach with the organi-
zation's Youth of the Month Award. The award, presented
monthly by the Executive Club, is made to the student select-
ed by the school's faculty as the outstanding student in citi-
m=Vp and scholarship. Making the presentation is Dr.
Ipi -!- B'rk" chairman of the Youth of the Month Committee
for ,x"- ch b. Looking on are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss, par-
rru- 01 Be- "
Beth Torah Holds Israel Dinner Here;
500 Honor Leader Dave Margulies
An overflow audience of nearly
hi joined in celebrating Israel's
,th year Of independence and
lid tribute to Congregation Beth
rorah leader Dave Margulies last
Saturday evening.
Responding to stirring addresses
by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Beth
Torah's spiritual leader. U.S.
Si n, Wayne Morse, and U.S. Rep.
I laude Pepper, members of the
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economic strength.
Rabbi Lipschitz expressed
warm gratification with the re- I
sponse in Israel Bond purchases
and laM, "These wonderful rt- '
suits are a reflection of our con-
gregation's growth in the com- |
munity, of our members' great
awareness of community re- |
sponsibility, and of our joy in
talcing an important share in
the wonderful task of helping to
build a strong Israel."
Participating in the program
were Irving Newman, who served
as toastmaster; Richard Sneider,
congregation president; Mrs. Stan-
Icy stein. Sisterhood president,
who was chairman of the Host
Committee; and Mayor Arthur
Snyder, of North Miami Beach.
One of the colorful highlights
Of the evening was the kindling
of the Menorah of State. Parti-
cipating in the ceremony were
Sam Dorfman, Stanley Stein.
i Samuel Fox. Henry Gilbert, Solo
tnon Sandier, William Dickman.
Jerry Dudell, Joseph Schmier,
Ralph Base, Maximillian Feld-
siein. Morris Young. Dr. Morton
Rosenbhith, Morris Goldfarb, Ed-
win Chayt, Stanley Friedman.
Nat Glazier, Sy Reese and Neil
Shteir,
Continued from Page 1-A
cated that they will support
actively a stronger declaration.
The exception is James Francis
Cardinal Mclntyre, of Los An-
geles, who once declined to sign
a petition condemning anti-
Semitism in the Soviet Union on
Ihe grounds that his anti-Com-
munist views were already well
enough known.
The fight of the American pre-
atcs to secure a clear-cut Coun-
:il statement clearing the Jews
>f all charges of deicide is led
>y Richard Cardinal Gushing of
Boston. It is backed by a great
najority of the 240 American
jishops attending the session. At
a meeting last week attended by
170 of the U.S. bishops, it was
unanimously decided to work for
the improvement of the current
draft. The bishops agreed that,
even in the time of Christ, the
Jews could not be held respon-
sible for the crucifixion. One bish-
op asserted that the Jews are no
more responsible for the death
of Jesus than were the people of
Dallas lor President Kennedy's
assassination.
The fight for a stronger draft
if the declaration on Jews is be-
ing backed by Joseph Cardinal
Hitter, of St. Louis, and Albert
Cardinal Meyer, of Chicago.
Francis Cardinal Spellman, of New
York, has similarly expressed the
view that the deicide charge
mould be strongly refuted. He is
recovering from an illness in New-
York, and was expected to arrive
here in time to participate in the
lebate.
The stand of the American
prelates on exonerating the Jews
from the charge of deicide is
backed by many important arch-
bishops and bishops of France,
West Germany, Belgium, Aus-
tria and Latin American coun-
tries. The original draftpre-
sented to the Council at its sec-
ond session last year but not act-
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ed onrepudiated the deicide
charge specifically. That state-
ment said that Christ died to
atone for the sins of all mankind,
and that the Jews could not be
held to special accountability.
However, this draft was with-
drawn as a result of objections
of bishops from Arab countries
and the conservative theologians
of the Roman Curia.
Subsequently, the draft was con-
siderably revised, stating only
that the Jews of 'our time" are
not responsible, and eliminating
use of the word "deicide." In ad-
dition, the revised draft contains
what many Jewish leaders regard
as an unfortunate stress on the
Church's traditional hope lor the
conversion of Jews to Christianity.
The text of the revised draft was
published in the United States on
September 3, and touched off a
storm of criticism.
The Council press office publish-
i ed a substantial summary of the
i revised draft with a lengthy intro-
duction, explaining its genesis and
| significant dates in its four years
! of development. One introductory
statement was that there were 70
pages of amendments and propos-
als to the original text, which had
] been examined at a meeting of
the Secretariat in Arricia near
Rome last spring.
A press panel of American bish-
ops was the occasion for an ex-
planation that a declaration re-
ceives the same complete treat-
ment before the Council as does
a decree. The reply was given in
response to a question about the
declarations on the Jews and on
freedom of religion.
According to the explanation,
the declarations, when passed,
I will he published like any other
: Council proclamation, and will be
[ as binding and siginificant. The
; bishops said that the exact effect
: would depend on concrete appli-
| cation and by the impact of each
'element of the declarations car-
ried at the pastoral level.
Bishop James Edward McMan-
us of Puerto Rico, when asked
how the declaration might be
received, said it was inconceiv-
able that it could be ignored
because it was a statement of
principle by the Pope and
Council, when approved, and
would have the greatest author-
ity and binding force.
The Secretariat for Christian
Unity, headed by Augustin Car-
dinal Bea, was informed about
Jewish reactions to the revised
draft of the declaration, it was
stated at a press conference to-
day by Archbishop John Heenan
of Westminster. He said also IhaL,
the Secretariat, which had first
presented the earlier draft of a
declaration on the Jews had in-
formed Jewish circles on the is-
sue.
He added he was certain that
the current session of the Council
would vote on a declaration on
Jewish-Catholic relations, but de-
clined specific comment on the
revised version of the proposed
declaration. Since the draft was
due for early debate, he said, he
would not speak on this "delicate
matter "
Archbishop Heenan also said
thai the Secretariat headed by
Cardinal Bea has had several
meetings on the matter, and that
he was convinced that there
would be several "intervention- '
in the session on the draft
He was asked whether it was
true that the wording of the
revised draft calls for conver-
sion of Jews to Christianity, and
replied that an authoritative re-
ply to that complaint also wouid
be given in debate.
An editorial in Ave Maria, a
Roman Catholic weekly published
by the Holy Cross Fathers, ap-
pealed to the Ecumenical Council
fathers to act in the spirit of love
regarding the proposed declara-
tion on relations with the Jewish
people.
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rriday. September 25. 1964
*JeHisii flkridfifoin
Page 9-A
Israel Reacts to Threats at Arab Summit
Tack D. Gordon (right), member of ihe Dade County School
Board receives the Harry H. Cohen Americanism award for
hil efforts in advancing education in Dade County. The
plaque is presented by Percy Friedlander, chairman of the
Americanism Committee of Post 3559 Veterans of Foreign
Wars. Ceremonies were at the post's headquarters, 610
West Ave.
Bishops Demand Clear
Statement on the Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
the world is engaged in attempts
to increase understanding and
find peaceful solutions for region- j
;il disputes, u would do well for
the world not to revert to an ,-ii
titude of complacency, silence and!
lack of concern which it once evi-
d< need towards threats 'it aggres-
iion accompanied t political and
military prepai aim transl iting ihr ats into action.''
Citing the n solution adopted :it
the Arab sumn it confer) nee i ail-
ing for the II rsii n oi the upper
tributaries o. the Jordan iv er
and promisin | impli mentation of
Aral) plans especially in the mili-
tary and technical fields including
the commencement of work of
revolutionary character," the Gov-
ernment spokesman reiterated
Premier Eshkol's statement in
the Knesset, Israel's Parliament,
asserting that "Israel will draw
water from Lake Kinncrct within
the quantities allotted her" in the
unified plan lor the division of the
water worked out by the late Eric
Johnston, the special envoy nam-
ed by form-'r President Eisenhow-
er to deal with the problem.
"Israel will oppose unilateral il-
I legal measures by Arab countries
I and will act for the preservation
| of her vital interests," the state-
i ment declared, adding that "in the
measure that world public opinion
rejects the counsels of hostility
and aggression and encourages I
positive and constructive develop-
ment, it will assist the Arab gov-
ernments in abandoning a policy
of dangerous adventure and will
assist our region to move forward
On the path of constructive pi o-
n bs and peace."
The implications of the Alex-
andria Arab summit conference
will be further exolorod by the
Israel Fore 911 Ministry which
contemplates stsps in m<)jor
world capitals in order to make
the nations oware of the true
nature and dangers involved in
the Arab threats, it was report-
ed here.
Israel's determination to repel
Arab aggression and act for the
preservation ol her vital interests
if the Arabs try to implement the
diversion of tne Jordan tributar-
ies is expected to be conveyed to
the various governments by Is-
rael's envoys throughout the
world. Israeli circles stressed to-
day that it was the major respon-
sibility of the powers supplying
the Arabs with economic and mili-
tary aid to realize the dangerous
path involved and the clear threat
of war.
IOME (JTA) A group of
" 1 the 240 American bishops
1 bird session of the Ecu-
1 1 OUncil session decided at
' in eting last Thursday
1 on a clearcul Council
1 e tearing the Jews oi
. icide,
In -1 mding votes, the Ameri-
is agreed that the .lews
today are not responsible for
ath of Chriat, that even in
iM.it time the .lews could not be
held responsible, and that the de-
ration on Catholic-Jewish rela-
- which was expected to be
before the Council Fathers
M dnes'. \ should restore '
al dra wording that Jews
11I .1 di .< uie people.
The ori^'nil draft, presented
its sece
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p li ted the deicide ch
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1 nd that the Jews
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ws 11 "our time" are nol
f^ -I and eliminatiri
he word "dc < ide." In addition.
Ihe revised draft contains what
many Jewish leaders regard as
an unfortunate stress on the
church's traditional hope for the
conversion of Jews to Christianity.
The text of the revised draft was
published in the United States on
Sept. 3 and touched off a storm |
of criticism.
The American bishops also nam-
ed a committee to sound out
speakers to ask for a stronger
statement in the council on then-
behalf.
In the intricacies of Council
procedure, time worked, against
the American prelates. They
must choose speakers to meet a
deadline, and if that proves im-
possible, must seek petitions
from 70 Council Fathers for the
r-.'jht to sp.'ak on the floor.
The Amend n prelates indicated
1 thej co ild do
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.Mnisf fkridliari
Friday. Septenir 23,
1964
Satisfaction Noted With Demo Plank
Continued from Page 1-A
The words of Proverbs 31 "Strength and dignity are her
clothing" find expression in the face of a senior citizen in
Israel, a member of the first Golden Age Club to be establish-
ed in Haifa. Membership in the group, which meets daily
at the Haifa Community Center, a joint project of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America and Canada, has reached
120 with the oeginning of the new season
Food Fair Plan For JFK Library
Area youngsters will have an
i pportunity to help build the
John F. Kennedy Memorial Li-
brarv through a civic project be-
ing launched next Wednesday by
Food Fair Store.-. Inc.
Called "Work a Day for JFK.""
the project is an appeal to boys
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and girls 1" work one day, in-
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riety of jobs and to contribute
Iheir earnings to the Kennedy Li-
brary Fund.
Complete details are contain-
ed in a special leaflet available
at all Food Fair supermarkets
starting next Wednesday.
Similar projects have been held
throughout various parts of the
nation with thousands of young-
sters participating. The Food Fair
leaflet lists some 45 ways in which
these boys and girls aided the
Library Fund.
They range from baby-sitting,
-hininy shoes, and washing cars,
to picking fruit, running errands
tor neighbors, and selling home-
made Italian noodles.
Each youngster who works a
day for JFK will receive a letter
I thanks from Mrs. Jacqueline
Kennedy. In addition, the name of
each contributor will be listed in
a permanent file at the Library.
In commenting on the project,
Louis Stein, president of Food
Fair, noted that his firm is
"proud to be a part of this
worthwhile endeavor.
The boys and girls who "Work
| a Day for JFK'," said Mr. Stein,
"will gain an invaluable sense of
responsibility while helping to
memorialize our late President."
kept alive by Arab rulers as a
political Sword of Damocles
poised oxer Israels head. The^
Democrats took a current look at
the realities of the situation. Their,
platform pledged encouragement
Of "the resettlement of Arab re-|
fugees where there is room and
opportunity" obviously, in the
spacious and underdeveloped;
Arab lands, I
Israel's future development'
aspirations are linked with the.
LBJ Plan." But how far would;
the United States go in imple-
meriting the anticipated recom-
mendations of a pending study?
The platform stressed American]
determination "to help bring the,
revolution in the technology of I
desalination." This was a clear I
indication of favorable action in I
Washington later this month,,
when Israeli and American ex-i
perts discuss the recent survey
and make recommendations. Im-
plementation of the "LBJ Plan";
I would not only provide inexpen-
give water for the Negev, but alsoi
cheap electrical power.
It had been rumored at At-
I lantic City that the President
wished a brief platform stating
Democratic policies in broad
terms. He was said to view with
dirfavor a cumbersome and de-
tailed series of commitments on
many complex problems. But
proponents of a strong pro-
Israel policy pointed out the
necessity for specific, spelled-
out stands involving Israel. The
American-Israel relationships,
lacking any formal defense pact
or treaty, differs from American
policies involving other nations.
Platform Committee. The party
wanted to show that it rejected
such views and maintained its
traditional attitude toward Israel.
The response of pro Israel wit-
nesses who testified before the
Democratic Platform Committee
reflected more satisfaction than
was experienced by advocates of
the Israel cause at the Republican
convention in San Francisco.
The Democratic platform coin-
cided with the GOP stand on one
point-Soviet anti-Semitism. The
Democrats said "we deplore,
Communist oppression of Jews
and other minorities." A similar
stand was taken by the Repub-
licans. This confronted the Krem-
lin with solidarity by the two
great American political parties
on this issue, and dramatized
American public opinion.
There were sharp differences in
the two platforms. The Demo-
crats denounced "the extremist
tactics of such organizations as
the Communist Party, the Ku
Klux Klan and the John Birch
Society."
Sharm El-Sheikh in thf |
-..t'i i
tion guarantees Israel's
Desert. The Sharm El-Slun i "p,""'
r> tedom
of shipping through toe uH ,,t
Akaba.
Balkin Lodge
In Presentation
Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge leld a
meeting Sunday evening Cus-
ani's Restaurant. Wives o mem-
bers, and members of the ilhert
J. Balkin Chapter. B'na. B'rith
Women, were gue>ts
Following dinner, a cl nmatic
presentation, "What is u Good
Jew," was offered.
Participants were Judge S. A.
Robbins and Attorneys Allan <;.
Cohen. Malcolm Friedman, Mur-
' ray Shear, Barry Rothenberg.
Program was directed by Larry
Kaplan. Adult Education Commit-
tee chairman, and was the first
i in a monthly workshop series o,f
the problems of modern Judaism
to be presented by the Iodg<-.
ents
watc
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Another reason for a strong
pro-Israel plank was the series of
hostile. anti-Israel witnesses who
appeared before the Democratic
Immigration reform sought
by most Jewish organizations
was pledged by the Democrats.
A plank asserted that "the im-
migration laws must be re-
vised to permit families to be
reunited, to welcome the per-
secuted and oppressed, and to
eliminate the discriminatory
provisions which base admission
upon national origins."
Another aspect of interest to
Jews was the Democratic pledge
to strengthen the United Nations
capacity as a peacekeeper, and
maintain a continued U. N. "guard
on armistice lines" in the .Near
East. The "guard" referred to
the United Nations Emergency
Force, which protects Israel from
Egyptian attacks from the Gaza
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Friday. September 25. 1984
V'Jetvisti ncridiicir
Page 11-A
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False
Security
By MAX LERNER
Latin Chief Asks Ban on Hate Writing
Whatever its success or failure the school boycott by white par-
ent- i New York touches a raw politicul nerve-end. If Barry Gold-
las any hope of winning in November it lies not just with his
-Southern strategy" nor with his hard cere right-wingers in even
sectio' To win. Goldwater must persuade a large marginal group
i, Ik disagree with him on foreign policy and economic issues, but
whoa nerves are worn raw by street violence and school conflict, and
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is this nerve-end vote, embittered and irrational as it is, that
old water's last best hope.
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i it a wholly forlorn hop*? The fact about the past three or
lour i'ks seems to have been the steady decline of Goldwater's poll-
iK,; rtune. His convention behavior and acceptance speech fright-
en,. ,,i> Republic*!] moderates and liberals whom even the hastil)
sienei rreaty of Hershey could not win back. Heartened by his little
>,;,, , ler made the mistake of freezing the image of his right-wing
v. and no amount of effort in thawing out that frozen mili-
n avail him now.
'er he won his nomination be had a cle ir sensible course ol
lo broaden his base and bring in the people who had nol sup-
iim earlier. He muffed this chance and has done badlj ever
\ man who scorned to run as candidate >i ;ill the people could
to be regarded as President of all the people. Thus he gave
Johnson the opening he was waiting for, and Johnson took h
and masterfully. He has quickly taken possession ol the
I niddle groundcenter, left, and right ol centerand Goiowaier
msell crowded Into an impossible position to the right ol the
Hi ground, whore his genial smile and ins campaign glasses and
Miller jibes do little to rescue him.
* *
i the Goldwater forces have grown more despairing they have
vmi more frenetic. But the successive ploys they have tried
\ bonanza, the Supreme Court assault, the anti-immigrant and
ill appeal to workers, the accusation ol a weapon- gap, the
r endsall ot them seem pretty much to have (ailed, lucre
btlcss be others, but will they work any better?
the continuing election tactics 1 suspect that the Goldwater
sts ili try hardest on the Bobby Baker ease and the question
in Johnson's TV holdings, bul especiallj at the unremitting el
roll up the "white backlash' vote. The ia>t oi these is the
closest lo the heart ol what Goldwater is driving
-i ol his other lines oi electioneering seem curiously unrelated
al or intellectual springs that will decide the outcome,
that as the campaign moves to a close the Goldwater strate-
>u on most of the other issues and locus on the paj
: contention that, with a Johnson victory, neither a man's
n propert) nor his family walking on the streets nor his chil-
the cUs&room will be sale from sinister il unnamed lorees.
* *
it because of this still volatile issue that I feel the current
atic cockiness about the election is unwarranted True, John-
i was wise in stressing the fact that the front-lash" of defecting
cans has outweighed the "back lush" of detecting Democrats.
to meet a possible bandwagon effect benelitting Goldwater,
. the bandwagon is now going the other way. If many of the mar-
al voters have been scared half to death by Goldwater's policy posi-
is, here are many other marginal voters who love a winnerand
.it row Johnson seems very much the winner. The polls all show
the support of business groups shows it, the defection of Kepubli-
n< vspapers shows it.
Yet I don't think the election is a foreclosed sure thing, and 1
<......ain that the cockiness of the Democrats is overdone. In every
ition there is an underdog effect which may prove heftier than
bl ndwagon effect. There is a greater danger of Democratic over-
Science especially since Goldwater still has at his command the
Ited corps of bell ringers and precinct workers who won the
ornia primary for him. And always there is the final danger-
. the silent and even sullen people whom the pollster nets don t
lh, perhaps because they are ashamed to say what they feel.
U ioldwater continues to make the blunder he has been making
Did succeed in alienating even these people. But if their nerve-
, continue to be rubbed raw by conflict in the schools and vio-
se <>n the streets, the security the Democrats are feeling may turn
a foolish security.____________________
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) -
Strong Federal legislation di-
rected against anti-Semites who
have been, for a long time, -lu-
ring hatred in this country, was
proposed lo the Argentine Con-
gress here this week by President
Arturo Ria. The President sent
I to the Congress a bill outlawing
all forms of hatemongering, in-
cluding "verbal attacks on in-
dividuals or troops, based on reli-
gion or ethnic origins." The meas-
ure would call for prison terms ol
one year to five years upon con-
viction.
This was the first bill of the
kind ever presented to the Con-
gress. While the Government had
already outlawed the two major
anti Semitic groups in this coun-
try the Tacuara movement and
Guardia Restaurdora Nacionalista
both have been operating fla-
grantly.
The two organizations, be-
lieved to number no more than
a total of about 10,000 members,
have been supported openly by
several retired army and air
force generals. Their activities
have also received important
support from an Arab League
agent, Husssin Triki, who has
been spreading anti-Semitism
under the guise of "anti-Zion-
ism." Triki, has reportedly left
Argentina, after Jewish spokes-
men and other progressive
forces demanded his expulsion.
The Democratic Progressive
Parly held a protest meeting
sharply criticizing anti-Semitism
and "foreign interference in Ar-
gentine affairs." The latter eon
demnation was evidently aimed'
at Triki's activities. Principal
speaker* at the protest rally were
the chairman of the party. Ho-
racio Thedy, who was a candidate
for the vice-presidency in the
elections in 1%:!; and Leon Perez.
tepresenting the DAIA, central j
body of organized Argentine
Jewry.
Meanwhile, two leaders of the
Chilean Nazi Party started serv-
ing 20-day jail terms this week in '
Santiago de Chile after their con-1
viction on charges of having in-1
cited attacks again-t Jewish
j stores and homes here in January.
1958. were upheld by the Chilean
I Court of Appeals.
Franz Pleiffcr. former com-
mander of the Nazi Party, and
his top aide. Luis Lazaro Maluen-
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presented in a concerl on Mon-
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:.'ih St.
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organ workshop on Tuesday even-
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Hall.
da. were sentenced to the ja I
terms shortly after their COnvlC
Con. more-than "fix rrars ago.
Their appeals have been pending
until now.
And an Israeli "agent," pos
sibly in search of Dr. Josef Men-
gele, the no'i i ious Auschwitz
"selection doctor," was mur-
dered a month ago on the Peru-
vian side of the Brazil-Peru bor-
der, it was announced in Rio de
Janeiro this week by Edson Las
mar, Brazilian chief of the staff
of Interpol. the international
police agency.
Mr. Lasmar said he had asked
ois Peruvian counterpart in
charge of Interpol work in Peru
to try to trace the murderer. He
did not name the Israeli "agent.''
but -aid the Israeli was apparent-
ly killed because he had fount
'races ol Mengelc's whereabouts.
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Friday, September 25, 1954
Simchas Tor ah in Colorful Tel Aviv Community
By DIANA LERNER
Tel -Aviv's Florentine Quarter.
>ne ol the oldest districts ot the
city, marks the end of the High
Holiday season with ;i street
al on the night of Simchas
Torah, the last day of Sukkoth.
tome a national
rftil with the mixture
: :i> different communities con-
centrated in a crowded ana.
this district becomes fie scene
of the most joyful celebration in
Israel and a parade of the in-
gathered nations which make up
Israel's special flavor.
As soon as the first star ap-
pears in the sky to show the end
>t the holiday, the residents of
the neighborhood begin pouring
into the streets to "Rejoice with
the Law." Leading the festivi-
ire elders ol the Boukharan
community immigrants from
l Asia, bounded by Afg-
stan, Russia and Iran, who
1 laim they are dependents of
'he Babylonian Jews and of
i expelled from Spam
Po.'/ce Escort
Splendid in their high gold
i red brocaded skullcaps and
flowing robes, they stream
I of their synagogues with the
and higher; the Ashkenazi Jews.
with the tunes and prayer- car-
ried down through the centuries,
arc all represented in a medlej
of the most Intoxicating music.
Old and voting, reserve thrown
to the wind, sing and dance
lustily far into the night.
A decorated balconj serve* as
an entertainment platform.
There, the guests hear a lew
words of wisdom from the or-
ganizer of the festivity, Rabbi
ishak Yeidda Frankel, whom
Cast and West ol the community
call Father, and who is known
a- the Kabul of the Communi-
ties.
A long-bearded man in nis
fifties who suggests the pnHo.'
type of a Moses, Rabbi Frankel
came to the Florentine Quarter
36 years ago and serves as y
Chief Rabbi, justice of the peace
interpreter of the law. enforce
of uder, and mediator ol ethnic
civil or personal conflict.
Source of Harmony
Much of the credit [or the har-
mony that prevails in l
d communitj 1- 1
Rabbi Frankel.
Ministers ot state, i 1 0t
statf 01 the Israel D
1 < nes. the mayor and oilier
government officials gn 1 the
participants and join Hum 111
merrymaking.
With the Simchas Torah t-eV.
bration. the holiday season 1,
officially closed.
Boukharans leading procession of dancers ut Simchns Torah
celebration.
Scrolls of the Torah in their
arms and escorted by a police
guard 0:1 horseback. they stop
,:l each 01 the 27 synagogue.-
along the way picking up sing-
ing and dancing worshippers.
Yemenites in ornately em-
broidered satin and silks. Hassi-
dim wearing holiday "shtreim-
lech" and "kaftan-". Orierifal
Jew- in fezzes, children cany
ing flags, all singing and danc-
ing to strin-ed instruments and
drums fill the thoroughfare.
The Yemenites, with their spe-
cial guttcral incantation; the
Boukharan. with ever ascending
notes that keep going higher
Tcronto Rabbis Criticize Cemetery Practices
TORONTO (JTAi The
Toronto section of the Rabbinical
Council of America issued a
-latement condemning recent
practices in connection with a,
Toronto Jewish cemetery which
11 described as ethical violations
and contrary to Jewish religious
b)
The statement issued by Rabbi
Gedalia Felder, president of the
section, and Rabbi Moses J.
Burak, secretary, deplored the al
leg 'd sale of consecrated cemetery
property for commercial use and
the disinterment of the dead
In arbitrary reasons." The
tement specifically referred
to case.- "where for supposedly
esthetic reas ms, grave stones
! e allegedly been di.-placed and
the final resting places of individ-
uals long dead have been disturb-
ed, contrary to Jewish law." It
added:
"While we find it difficult to
conceive that organizations 1
founded for the preservation of
JewMl values would resort to
such flagrant violations, it is
our moral obligation to alarm
the community in order to pre-
vent further deterioration."
'We remind all organizations
that the property they hold IS a
Si cred trust and even if they
should find it necessary to dis-
band, the disposal of their assets
must be made in accordance with
the directives of Torah law under
proper rabbinic guidance." It
was understood that one of the
cases involved the sale of a parcel
oi cemetery land for the construc-
tion of an apartment building and
the removal of a grave lor this
purpose.
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'Javlsti nark/ton
Page 13-A
4SJ Counsel Slated at ZOA Confab
Continued from Page 1-A
I Avraham Harmon will bring greet-i chairman n," the National 20/
, ings of the Israel Government Executive Council; Leon Dultzin
j,v, major facets of the Zionist pro- Tnt> all-day Friday sessions will lead of the Economic Section o
gram both on the American 8Ce"* highlight symposiums on the j he Jewish Agency Executive in
"ml in I'1'1 ,,u' Promotlon 'I meaning of Zionism. Aliyah and I Jerusalem; Rabbi Daniel Silver, o'
American Aliyah, the position ol chancnfics on the American Jew- Cleveland; Rabbi Arthur Hertz
cl|.|(] lcHr>. with special emphasis | ish sccnc rL,alurjng as speakers berg, noted Hebrew educator and
on the Jews in Soviet Russia, cur- AmDassador Philip M. Klutznick:
r,.t developments relating to Is- Rabbi !rving Mi,ler; Josef SerHn
rael and the Middle East. j Deputy Speaker of the Knesset;
The convention will open Oct. j Charles Rosengarten, international
with a keynote address by Dr. | leader of the religious Conservative
Nussbaum. Israel
Ambassador movement; Jacques Torczyner,
Miami Rabbis
Urge Kennedy
Library Support
Investment Covrse Begins
&
A sixteen week course in the
"Fundamentals of Investment"
was to begin at the Ida Fisher
Community School, 1424 Drexel
The Greater Miami Rabbinical Avenue, Miami Beach, on Thurs-
tssociation has circulated a re- dav 7 pm unrjer the leadership
.,.., to its member spiritual of Norman Mauch.
,cadcrs and their congregations ----------------------
IPTS Sfi. SSSSl Parents Without
jbrary.
a letter signed by Rabbi Solo-
PartnerS Picnic
author; and Habbi Abraham Hel-
ler, spiritual leader of the Flat
bush Jewish Center. Brooklyn.
N.Y.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, mem-
ber of the American Section of
the Jewish Agency Executive
and president of the World
Union of General Zionists, S. Z.
Abramov, member of the Knes-
set and a leader in the Liberal
Party, will be among the prin-
cipal speakers at the Saturday
night session which will deal
with Israel and the Middle East
and the status of world Jewry.
Spokesmen ot both the Demo
cratic and Republican Parties are
scheduled to address this session.
A significant aspect of the Sa
In \ letter -ignen ny rwiuui ouiv .....-..... -----
.....1 SchiEf. executive vice-presi- Set TOr SundCW ^^v Om- Shabbat will be a ses
, niritiial le.ulpr of Beth ~lon dovotod to Aliyah at which ;
^ jZf ^vvcwLCde.1 Jim okdl- Pres,dcnt ?**? Panel of experts wfl answer ques
Congregation, tne request ae without Partners" of Florida jnns .... .,,.,'...,,,
that "Most of PoridasLnnounces picnlc and spagnett, tionsbydelega.es.
regardless of their poU- dinner wHl ,/heid in the covered lh" s,'n,l:'>' "?orn n lt'nur]
elig.ous affiliations were session, prior to the elections, wil
First Hebrew Academy High School for Girls. Student Saun-
dra Ehrenreich is shown filling out the first registration form
for the new school as Rabbi Alexander S. Gross looks on.
Saundra was joined by nine more classmates who have
registered to attend classes which commenced recently.____
religious affiliations, were J""" S^Hark ol ZZ session prior to the elections, will GuHOH BrdllCh Opens SeOSOH
sturbed by the assassins- [t ^ t fl)1. memoerSi oe devoted !o reports by chairmen
tion of President Kenneoy. .|)(| |h(,. chUdren, and 8lngles
"As loyal Americans, they rom Other organizations. Sunn
have wanted some tangible ming and dancing are included in
means of expressing their feel- the program for the day.
ings in a creative fashion.
Floridians and, more specifical-
ly the members of our congrega-
tions, now have an ideal way to
honor his memory in the John
F. Kennedy Library."
The affair is the first of se-
ries being launched by the group
which is making plans for a per-
manent home. Similar organiza-
tions are being invited to partici-
of ZOA national committees, fol-
lowed by discussions during which
each chairman will reply to ques-
tions on the respective ZOA acti-
vities.
Hannah Senesch Meeting
Mi- Sam Peldman, president
of the Hannah Senesch Croup Of
. Schiff reminds the Jewish
*
pate in the building of a Singles Hadassahi announces a meeting
enter. on Monday noon. Oct. 5. at the
ty's houses of worship Reservations for the picnic may Algiers Hotel. Mrs Eva M. Blum
e library will belong to made wilh Bill Nadel. chair- will report on the Los Angeles con
udualit will bring to all man of the building committee, vention, followed by membership
. because it will be built Jim Okell. Mary Molina, and Car- program. ________^_______
tary contributions and be men Peters.
,1 government institution. Dr ,)avj(1 MarkiMOn of Dad
he located on the Charles ,.ountv chj|(1 Guidancc- addressed
Season's first meeting for the]
Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch, was(
conducted by President Max Astor :
in Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at Farband
Cultural Center. xv> Washington
Ave.
Agenda included presentation
.it new slate of officers by Mrs.
Anna Sorin Bild, Nominating
Committee chairman.
Project Committee reports and
a discussion of current event- bj
Manuel Burstein. branch vice
president, were presented.
(lathering concluded with a
social hour and refreshments.
First executive board meeting
ot the branch was Thursdaj
Sept. 10. at the home of financial
secretary, William Beckwith, and
Mrs. Beckwith.
iver in Boston. Massachusetts.'
Students Will
Be Consecrated
Fifty three children will be con-
secrated at a special service as
part nt the Festival of Shemini
Vtzeret-Simchas Torah on Mon-
morning at 10:45 a.m.. at
r< mple Beth Sholom.
SI idents from kindergarten to
e third grade who have never
". ded Ri ligious School before,
ie children will be blessed by
Leon Kroni&h, spiritual
v of the ( m pi ation.
set rants and their par-
ts will be feted at a luncheon
- by the PTA of Beth
President is Mrs. Sanford
Parents Without Partners at its
general meeting in the Northside
shopping Center auditorium on
t hursday, at 8:15 p.m.
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Friday, September 25,
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UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
UNRWA Chief Aims Tentative Guns at Arab 'Dead Souls'
v>-
United Nations
THE. ARABS ARE all excited
100,000 Dead Souls who
have now come to haunt them.
These arc dead 'refugees" who,
over the years, have been issued
ration cards by the United Na-
tions Relief and Works Agency
for Palestine Refugees. Now
Laurence Michelmore, the com-
ir,i-sioner-general of the UN arm
for the feeding of the Arao reiugees. propose- to
take the dead off his relief rolls. And the Arabs are
howling "chutzpah"or whatever that word is in
Arabic.
A UN footnote has suddenly come to lifeand
the Arabs don't like it. One who follows the UNRWA
reports filed with the General Assembly each year
knows that lootnote well. Year to year, the first
of the manv statistical tables forming an annex
to that report deals with the "total registered popu-
it m (of refugees Recording to category." And
ays there is an asterisk. And. always thai as-
ti risk refers to this footnote (a):
"The above statistics are based on the Agency's
re istration records which do not necessarily re-
flect the actual refugee population owing to factors
such as the high rate of unreported deaths and
undetected lalse registrations."
Lets let the other "undetected false registra-
tions" go tor the moment. But what about those
unreported deaths?" The United Nations has
known about them for many years. How many Dead
Souls holding ration cards are there? Really, no
one knows the exact figure. There are some rea-
sonable guesses. Hr. Michelmore seems to think
:h.it ri'iht now they number at least 100,000. He
wants to cancel those 100,000 ration cards and give
the cards to people known to be alive. Isn't that
lair enough'1
Let's nol be too sure that Mr. Michelmoi
""'IIIHm a pul that suggestion only in a prcliminarv dr
bis next annual report. However, under the
guiding his agency, be must consult the A
Commission set up tor UNRWA. All of the
host" countriesEgypt. Jordan. Syria and Lei
are members of that Commission (Israel is
Mr. .Michelmore showed his preliminary d>
the Commission as he had to and hell
loose.
Mr. Michelmore has plenty of time to revi
draft report and may toss out the proposal t*.
the cards away from the Dead Soulsunder
sure from the Arab rulers. The refugees
those cardsthey are veritable bread baskets
ter than money in the bank. But the United s
is also interested in those Dead Souls. As Is
known, it is the U.S.A. that pays 70 per ce
UNRWA's annual costs,
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Reality of Our Future Lies in the Ever-Present Past
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Moshe Davis. 542 pp., Illustrated. Philadelphia: 222
No. 15th St. $5.50.
IT HAS BEEN repeatedly said: A people that does not
undestand its past cannot have a future. The Jewish
community of the United States should have taken this
'ruth to heart long ago. Fortunately, one of our most
thoughtful scholars has now produced a book which should
go far in rectifying this situation.
Dr. Moshe Davis is head of the Institute of Contem-
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Jewish Theological Seminary of America Dr. Davis is
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Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Few Jewish Votes Decided to Help Nasser
Washington
/CONGRESSIONAL FRIENDS <>l|
** Israel who look opposing side:
on a vote t<> sever aid to Egyptl
till troubled In the hitter del
in of ii7|
to 113. the House of Represents
lives voted ii r a weak and evasive
substitute amendment for a spa
ciiic. mandatory ban on aid toi
Egypt, advocated by Rep. Oliver!
P. Bolton, Ohio Republican.
The Bolton ban on the Nasser regime would
have passed if Congressmen of Jewish faith had
not split on the issue. Four Jews favored the Bolton
measure and lour were against it. Rep. Leonard
Karbstein. Benjamin Rosenthal, Jacob Gilbert, all
Democrats, and Seymour Halpern. Republican,
each from New York, backed the anti-Nasser drive.
Representatives Abraham Multer and Emanuel
Celler, of New York, Charles Joelsen, New Jersey,
and Samuel Friedel. Maryland, favored the sub-
stitute. The substitute left the question in the hands
of the State Department and the President.
Even non-Jewish supporters of Israel were di-
vided. Rep. James Roosevelt, California Democrat,
was the author of the substitute amendment de-
signed to kill the Bolton move. Rep. Roosevelt said
1 do not want to tie the hand- of the President in
a way that would he unrealistic, and therefore 1
offered this amendment."
But another old friend of Israel, Hep. William
tts Ryan, New York Democrat, said that a dis-
narj anti-aggression clause, involving Na.--
ser, was written into the Foreign Aid Act of l%3
nored by the state Department. Rep. Ryan
-aid Nasser's preparations for aggression made n
essary to take definite action.
Rep. Bolton was mainly concerned about Nas-
-elite aggression in Yemen and diversion of re-
-oiirces. facilitated by the U.S. aid program, to fi-
nance Soviet arms purchase. His concern about
Israel was merely coincidental as was the case with
many Congressmen backing him who had grown
vexed in general with Nasser's anti-Americanism
and publicity.
The Bolton faction took the position that Nasser
does not deserve further American support and
has created a situation dangerous to the entire
region.
When the bitter fight was over, the issue was
decided by a mere four votes. Irony was added
by the fact that four Jewish Congressmen voted for
continued aid to Nasser, in eflect, by voting against
the mandatory Bolton stand.
ii ...
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Dangemus Game That May Challenge His Rule
Jerusalem
QBSERVERS HERE are quite puz-
" zlcd and disturbed by the
strange spectacle of the developing re-
ms between Jordan's King Hussein
and Egypt's Col. Abdul \a.--er. Fol-
ly nine years now. Hussein has
openly b Nasser of ag
the overthrow
I his n :<( accusations were
on more than one occasion substanti
! by verj tani ible evidence which included the un ering ol plots and the explosion oi bombs in Amman
of '.'.inch missed Hussein by a hair i
Na ser himself hardly hid bis feeling! towards Mus-
and. iii his utterance, maoe generous use of the rich
Arab vocabulary to express the full measure of hi- dis-
dain for the Hashemite ruler, setting the tone tor the
Egyptian press I nd radio.
Since 1855, when Hu.-scin expelled the British officers
from his Legion. Nasser tried hard to fill the "vacuum"
and. throughout the years. Hussein was engaged in an
incessant struggle against Nasser's "takeover" attempts.
The recent rapprochment between King Hussein
and Gamal Abdel Nasser is thus a baffling development,
since nothing has changed to have made the Nasserist
threat to the weak Jordanian kingdom less precarious.
The rapprochment now taking place involves not
estures of a political nature. Since the visit to Am-
ol Egypt's Vice President and the head "I it- armed
- Marshal Abdul Hakim Amir, a reorganizati n is
iking place also within Jordan's armed forces, and
' in Officers have been replaced by voun-er
The significance of this lies in I thai the
"" -"' were of tested and < altj to
';'" kh the new appointments were made chiefly
i ility. Doe- Hussein n feel that in
ing his military establishment, he can afford
to pul ability before loyalty.'
rai weeks ago. King Hussein visited Teheran
re he tried to mediate between the Persian Shah and
Nasserand, by the way. also urged the Iranian ruler
to "suspend' relations with Israel. The Shah's reply was
a very outspoken one. He warned Hussein that a rap-
prochement with Nasser would doom his rule. Hussein
according to reports here-was quite impressed by the
-hah s arguments and assured him that he was quite
aware Of the dangers involved but that he "knew Nas.
ser better than many seem to think."
human interest. It is best described, perhaps. I-- i few
quotations from a personal letter sent by Pro: Vllan
Nevins. the noted American historian. Dr. Nevir.-
"The story seems to me an inspiring one. ai I am
sure that others will share this sentiment. It i- aspir-
ing in its discussion ot the Jewish interest in sen i| wel
fare and in the defense of civil rights, it is inspirit i jan
in tin emphasis it lays upon the common action con
servatives and reformers in dealing with educai and
oilier community undertakings: and n is inspiring ui it*
fervant assertion of the Jewish faith, including i. Mes
sianic ideal In my opinion, it is one of ti: most
instructive and elevating books written in the I 'id ol
religion in recent years. The style is clear, grap and
at times elc atcd."
Ann ng the problems with whim the volutr teals
are those Oi education, community organization. fonse,
and synagogue growth. In each case the book oakes
clear tin stand which the important personality the
day took with regard to these and other problems
There are also brief spiritual biographies im-
portant personalities: Isaac Leeser, Isaac M \\i- Ben
jamin Szold. Marcus Jastrow, Morris J Raphal rusff
Adlei > on Solis-< ohen, and other.-.
As We Were Saying: By ROSERT E. SEGA1
The Continuing Battle
A SILENT BUT most significant re
** volution against some of America's
mot restrictive suppressions of tradi-
tional civil liberties has been taking
place recently. And this nation is much
the better tor this strengthening of in-
dividual rights in the long and tearful
period ot the Cold War.
In the space of just a few months, a
naturalized American citizen, living in -
Cologne, Germany for a decade, has regained the citizen-
ship wrested from her by the far-ranging McCarran-
Waitcr Immigration and Naturalization law; the NAACP
has won its case against the State of Alabama; loyalty
test oaths have been dealt a severe blow; and the Su-
preme Court has voided a conviction under the Internal
Security Act of 1950. the so-called McCarran Act. requir-
ing Communist-action and Communist-front groups toj J
register with the Justice Department. *^j
Ever since Thomas Jefferson's election as President
ot the United States destroyed American acceptance of
the infamous alien and sedition laws, battlers for civil
liberties in America have found it necessary in each gen-
eration to whet the edge of freedom's sword. Our own era
is no exception. The rise of the modern Communist state
and the acceptance of totalitarian ideologies over a wide
surface of the earth have frightened the Insecure among
n- to men a degree that vigilantes and freedom-suppres-
sors have multipled in the past 20 years. Aping the
,,,,r;':' they till assert they speak for America.
Sad,5 i8 them um\ millions of silent and dfsin-
lunerioans, Mister Cooke has remarked-
"Libert; ont in our time a markedly American pas
mu I h ive protection against those
and -: I office holders who misread our I
lion and trike out to tell us with whom we may asso jate
hy "i demonstrate, where we may nol picket
*< nof read, and how we may not
,. Wh( Supreme Court voided a conviction under
'.'" ; Securitj Vet, it was doing that which Prasi-
indlBectlj indicated it would hate to do
geonsly spoke out again*! the legislation
" > Al that time he said propheticallv "Our
position in the vanguard of freedom rests largelv on our
demonstration that the free expression of 'opinion,
coupled with government by popular consent, leads to
national strength and human advancement. Let U8 not
in cowering and foolish fear, throw away the ideal- whlclL^
are the fundamental ba-is of our free society *
1


Sep:sniber 25, 1964
+Jeist tktridltmr
Page 15-A
i
T COURT OF THE
^VFilo^'OA^N CHANCERY
C0UNTY. FIjW C4C ,655
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Iff,
I pARVBLL
Mir/CE 8V'"UBUCAT.ON
;im'u >d Kciaa
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nil
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ha.- been
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of your Answer
aid oomplalnl
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Intl attorney* Bcttw.-
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KK.IJJ HSluini 1 ....-. 88180, ami
answer or other
'' rice ot the Clerk ol
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ntherwlae, Judgment
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,1,,, ,.f Kept. 1984.
- I'UKISMAN
i iroull Court
, p i IPELAND
I l.ik
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sOTiCE UNDER
pi.-TiTiO-S NAME LAW
!i IKUBBl GIVEN thai
ring i" engage 11
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, Babies, Florida
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VAYtHII
BY HENRY LEONARD
'Then it's agreed Cantor Blackstein
make no comments on my sermons .
say nothing about your singing."
Copr. 1964, Daynnu Production*
. you
. and I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10135
O A It INVESTMENTS. INC
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
EHKIE MITCHELL,
a single vvninaii.
1 defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ESSIE MITCHELL
l Tolmnn A> enue
Gloucester, Massachusetts
Vop ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
,i Oomplalnl In Foreclose Agreement
for Deed on the following described
propcrt.' :
Lol I". Block 8, of FIRST ADDI-
TION Tn ALLAPATTAH Si'll.....
si I'.nivisi" i\. according to the
Plat thereof, .i> recorued In I iai
Hook 7. hi I'age 119, of the Public
Records iif I in,I- Ciiun'y, Florida,
ban i>. tn brought against you, and
you are liereb> notified to serve ;,
copy , EVAN (ILSTEB, Atlorne.i for Plain-
tiff, ".Tiv West l-'lagler Street. Miami,
Florida 33134, and ill-' the original In
H.....fflce ,,i lhe Clerk "i the Clrcull
Court ni Dade Cotint>, Flntida, on or
before the 23rd da) ol October, 1984,
otherwise the allegations ol said Com-
plaint will l- taken .i> contented bs
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*-jenist tiknkMam
solicits your legal notice*.
W appreciate yoni
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit .1-1<85
lor messenger serrice
LEGAL NOTICE
I'la
10 -
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANC FOR DADE COUNTY,
r. CRIDA IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9665
RD K'| i.\.
Iltlft,
it |Ji BARRY KON,
. ndant.
InO""CE BY PUBLICATION
rnoLD B \ki:y KON
I334 last B3rd street
1\. York, Sew York
.ItNol.li IIARKY KON, are
titled that a Complaint for
,.i- been filed auain.it you,
Mm required t .servo a copy
nswer or pleading t" the
klai i,ir Divorce on the liain-
M;.,iney, A I.AN S. ROSEN-
I Alnsley ISulldlng, Miami.
|a. mi file the original answer
.g in the office "i the Clerk
Ireult Court, on or before
,.' iiclohel'. 19*4.
k II to do so, judgment by
II be taken against you
lief ,1.....amled In the Com-
I ilvori .
\ND ORDERED at Miami.
. 2nd day ol Bept.
P.. I.i:\THF.RMAN
..i ii,. circuit Court
i. County, Florida
lilt Seal!
B. 11 LANWAY,
Deputy Clerk
-11, Is. -
1984.
in ;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
N9. 64C 9654
i:stii. ki.im:
Plaintiff
\
JOHN 1 -I: KLINE
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN LEO KLINE
3600 Joppa K-iid
llalllmore. Mar} land
YOU ARK UBREKY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired t" serve a copy "f your Anawer
or other pleading to said complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorneys, BOHON-
FELD and FEI.DMAN, "' Biacayna
Building, Miami. Florida, 88130, and
fiin the original answer "r other
pleading In the offlt.....i the Clerk of
ih. Circuit Court, Dade County, Mi-
ami. Florida, on or before the 7th
da) of October, (Wi Otherwise, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the rellel demanded in the
complaint.
DATED at Miami. l>nde County.
Florida tlii> l>t day of Beptember,
19(4,
E. B. WEATHERMAN
Clerk of Clroult Court
(seal) By: C i". COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
/4-11-18-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Norici: is HEREBY GIVEN that
Ih. undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under Ihf fh-titloua name of
JOHNNY'S HIDEOl'T at 8615 N.W.
mi Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the t.lerk
,,i- the Clrcull Court ot Dade County,
'''"'"'i'.ol.A NAK ltr.ACKWKI.I.
Sole Owner
STEPHEN F. KK.ssi.KK
Attorney tor Applicant
IR9H S.W. 1st Stlet.
Miami. Florida ft W/J
' COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
tUT, DADE COUNTY, FLA.
NO. 64C 9485
RE W ADLER,
ilntiff.
I a \ni.rr..
i ndant.
DTICE BY PUBLICATION
ROSIN A A1M.F.H. Residence
serve a
our answer to Divorce torn-
.....1 auuin.-t y,.u on IMsiin11 I'>
. OEOROE NICHOLAS, 612
?-h Avc. Miami. Fla.. and
Hnal with Clerk of this Court
[afore Sept. to, 1964, otherwise
nt win be ponfeeaed by you.
-i> Oct. unit.
6- I.FATHKKMAN. Clerk
f: :. H. LAN WAT. D.C.
'1, 11, !< -'
NOTICE UNDER
fTITIOUS NAME LAW
" IS Hr'lF.ItY GIVEN that
Wiuned, desiring to enguae in
esa .inler the fictitious name of
\:\V. .u l-':!."." N E. 6tb
North Miami. Florida. In-
-glster said name with the
le Circuit Court of Dade
[".orlda.
MAY i: RVMAR
Sole i iwner
IS F. KF.SSLEIt
for A;.'.' rant
1st Street,
iorlda
i.i-li, 18, V>. 1" -
,cR OF PUBLICATION
. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
(ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
i'OA. IN AND FOR DADE
IcMTY. IN CHANCERY
No etC 66
I M.r.Kr. BELARDINO,
Iff,
ELARDINO,
..nit.
LAINT FOR DIVORCE
:Y BEL VRDINO
nee l ''v.iniw n
KY BELARDINO, arc liere-
.1 that .-, Complaint for Dl-
lieen filed against you. and
'i|iiired t" serve a copy of
,r or Pleading t, the Oom-
the PlaintlfPs Attorney,
i:i:i:. tso Lincoln Road, Ml-
. Florida, and file the orlg-
r or l'1-.idlng In the office
trk of t' Circuit Court on
the 14th day of October,
hi fail tr do so. Judgment by
111 be taken against you for
d.in null ,i In the Complaint.
AND ORDERED "t Miami.
Stl day of Beptember,
Ii.i: \ i:\i \n, CTerk,
ouri. tfci : Count>. i- loi Ida
SNEEDEN
i 'lerk
BERK
9, 11-18-8S, l" -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9867
LEA II. COLLET,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAY B COLLEY,
Defendant.
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
Tii: JAY S. COLLET
Residence I'nknown
You JAY S. Cul.l-KY. .ire hereby
notified that a Complaint for Divorce
Has been riled against you, and you
are required to cerve a copy of your
Misw.r or Pleading to the t omp Hint
on the Plaintiffs attorney. ALAK
BHERR 8M Lincoln Road. .Miami
Beach Florida, and tile the original
tnawer or Pleading In th. oiiice of
the ci.rk of the circuit Court on or
before the nth day f Octoeer, MM.
U you fad to do so. Judgment by de-
fault i" t-',:'' against you for
the relict demanded in the t omplalnt.
|X)NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florla. IMS -ih Baj of Beptembar,
'EH LEATKERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade Cunty. Honda
(eal) By: L. SNEEDEN
11, piny < lerk
ALAN BHERR
Attornej tot Plaintiff ,,.,,.;,. ,n/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
FL SOLO nt M2K SW 37th Avenue.
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of I>ade County. Florida.
NORMAN KAIX-HTHAI.fr
S,,le Owner
STEPHEN F. KE88LER
Attorney tor Applicant
1998 B.W. 1st Stre.-t.
Miami, Florida
9-11.
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this l.'ilh day of September,
1964.
K. H l.i: \ rilERM \ v. i 'lerk,
i 'i.....'out i adi i ,,ciit>. I-1.....la
(seal) By: HELEN KKSSi.i.K
Deput) i "lerk
'.' I'-.'.'.. 1" :'-:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FO^ DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64365 C
IN RE: K-i ii. i
HERMINK i: KOLL
......,-,l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creilllors ami All Pets, as Hav-
ing Claim* ol 11. hi.He.- Against Kuid
ite:
vu are her. bj notified and i -
quired t<, presi'iil anj claims and de-
mands \> ii., ii ,,,, .....> ii.' ( '-''msi
the estate ol HERMINK E. Km.I. de-
ceased lute nt I Hide County, Florida,
to the Count> Judges ol Daile County,
and file the same in duplicate and
nil provided in Section T:::. l;. Florida
Statutes, in their unices m the i oun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, "itiiin sis calendar months from
(he time of the first publication here-
of, in the same "ill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tins nth
day oi September, A.M. 1984.
\\ ALTER .1. K'U.
a.- Adiiiiinsiiator
First publication of this notice on
the 18th day of Beptember, i"i
UKRVYN I.. AMI'.s ..I
i laowe, Ames ft Rltter
Attorne) for Admlnlatrator
.-'uile 808 I'lscav a,- i'.lili;.
1 W. Flugler St., Miami. I la.
: iv-::.. 10 :-'.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. ui,,<. rslgneil, desli ing to igugi Ii
business undei the fictitious nanie '
l'i n'ls .ii l'.i-i i in ce Box ITT North
West Branch, Miami. Horlila EM,
Intends to register said nami with the
i !.., k of ih.- i 'ii i nt | 'ii' I ol 1 lade
i "luini \. Florida
\\ II. 1.1 AM IT. Ill 'V
THEI il X "RE M TRCSHIN
Attorn. % fot William E. Ho.'
! l^-'JT,, 11
is, ;:. l'1 -'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63769 B
in RE: Eetate of
LOUIS ZIMMERMAN
DeC'a sell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or lVmands Against Said
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have at-ainst
the estate "f LOC18 ZIMMKRMAN
deoeaaed late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Countv Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in BecUon 7S3.16, tiorida
Statutes. In their offices 111 the < oun-
tv Courthouse in Hade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Oated at Miami, Florida, this ,th
dav of August. A.D. 194
ROBLTN B. ZIMMERMAN
As Executrix
Wot.Fs'oN & DIAMOND
in? Lincoln Head
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Roalyn ^;,1f.i;"["V",",;'"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9796
ROBERT WILLIAM MALONET,
Plaintiff,
BARBARA ANN ELIZABETH
MALONEY,
"nOTICEBY PUBLICATION
TO: BARBARA ANN ELIZABETH
MALONEY
'. Camden Avenue
Providence, Rhode IsJ"nd _
TOU, BARBARA ANN ELIZABETH
MALONEY, are hereby not fled that
a Complaint tor Divorce has been filed
agulnst you. and you are required to
erva a copy ol your answer or plead-
ing to the "Complaint for 1'Ivorce. on
,i, plaintiff.- Attorney, ai.a-> e.
OSENTIIAI, 1111 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida, i.nd flic the original
answer or pleading m the Offloe of
,i. cierk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 18th day of October, MM.
If Mm fail to do so. Judgmenl bj de-
fault will I" taken against you lor the
reii.f demanded In the Complaint for
''Vi'i.Vl' VND ORDERED at Miami,
IHorida, this Ith da) of Beptamoer,
"M*E B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
,, i'..,;, i, Dade County, Florida
By"MARGl'ERITBMORFORD
ll 'lei i-
:i. 11-18-85, 1". -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9799
BORIS METERBON PASSENO a/k. a,
I.I.I.KN DORIS MEYERSON
I'ASSKNn.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN K l'AS-SENo a'k/a
.loll.N PAB8BNEAU u/k,a
JOHN KIRK.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: JOHN K. PASSENO
a/k i JOHN PABSENEAI
a-k/a JOHN KIRK
gftOfl North Van Born St.
Alexandria, Virginia
You, John K. rasseiio a/k'a Jonn
IM.~M-n.au a k a John Kirk, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce haa iieen filed agalnal you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill" of Complaint on the plulntiii's at-
torney. AINSI.EE It. FERUIE. Suite
>U2 8815 B.W. LeJeune Itoud. Coral
Oabtee, Florida 33134. and file the
original Anawer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit t ourt
on or before the 1-th day of October,
iab4. If von fall to do so, Judgment
by default "ill be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill ot
Complaint. ....
This notice shall he published once
each week for lour consecutive week!
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND URDERBD at Miami,
Florida, this 4th day of September
V D, i i4.
E B LEATHBRMAN, Cl( rk,
Circuit Court, Dade Ctounty, Florida
(seal) -'Dj.TRu
Deputy Clerk
AINSLEE R FERDIB
Suite -"-. 2315 SW Ls Jeune Rd.
Coral Oabli 134
Attorne.v fot Plaintiff
9/U-1S-2:,,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7672
THE SVII.I.IAMSP.l KB 11
SAVI.NHS BANK,
Plaintiff,
CARMEN PHILLIP CORICA and
cobica. his iii it married,
it al.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: RICHARD c.l.H'KMAN
IL':'. Went .'Till Street
New York. New York
You are hereby notified that the
above cnptloned action has been in-
stituted against you in the circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Dade County t.. fore-
oluHe a mortgage uisui the following
described real propert}"
Lot IT Block 47 First Addition to
Carol Cltj iicoordlng to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book i
at Page 19 ot the Public Records ol
Bade County, Florida,
You are required to file your an-
awer t" pl.iintiiis complaint with the
Clerk ol the aforesaid Court, and
serve a opv thereof upon plalniitfs
attorney MARTIN PINE. 14th Floor,
Bad,- Federal Building, Miami :.
Florida, not later than October 19,
pen. or a Decree Pro Confeseo will be
entered against you.
DATED: Beptember 11. 1984
i: II. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: .1. NELSON
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attornej for Plaintiff
14th Flour Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami 38. Florid. (| ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIN EN "
the undersigned, desiring to engag< i i
i.-- mi". ih. fii .......- nanu o
DADE CAMERA CENTER at 1784
S w. iiiith Street, M ami, Floi Ida, ii -
tends i register suld name with
i 'lerk ni the Clri tilt Court ol 1'
i'..unn Florida.
S \\H El, R 1^ NNE
BASSETT ,v I'ERRAR \
Mioi le for Applicant .
l" :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 10146
ROBERT A IIERLES.
Plaintiff,
lACQl'BLIK HERLES,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: Mrs. .Iac.|iielin Iterles
e/o William Nicholson
171st Btreet It *Nth Avenue
Tlnley I*ark, Illinois
You art herebj nutlfiefl that a
Oomplalnl for Divorce has been flleit
agalnal you, and you are required
to serve a cops of your Anawer or
Pleading to the Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. David Ueb-
man. 80 Southeast First Avenue Mi-
ami, Florida and file the original An
su-er or Pleading in the office of tb
Clerk of the circuit Court on or be-
fore the 88rd day oi October, PuJi.
li you fall lo do so. Judgmenl bj i- -
fault will i,e taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
I miNI: AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, Hiis 15th day ol Beptembei
A. 1>. 1964. ,
i:. B IJSATHERMAN. clerk,
circuit Court, Dade Cocnty, Florida
(aeul) By: C. P. ci.pei.a.no
I iioiiiy Clerk
.1. DAVID LIUBMAN
jn si:, i- ii -t Av .
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ^ )S ... .,_,,
TO:
, re-
I'l-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 10111
in (LORES I'.oWEN.
Plaintiff
ERNEST BOWEN
Defendant __,.,-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ERNMOT BOWEN
Residence I nknon n
You. ERNEST BOWEN, are
bv notified that a Complaint f
vorce has been filed against you, and
vim are required t" serve a copy ol
your Anawer or Pleading t" the Com-
plaint "ii the Plaintiffs attorney. Al-
fred Kreieler, 701 Alnaley Building,
Miami. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office ol
the Clerk oi the Circuit Court on nr
before the 19th day of October, 19M,
It you fall t" do su. Judgmenl by de-
fault "in be liken against you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this l lib day of September
A.D l4
i: p. LEA MERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Com '. I ade Cocnt>. Florida
(aeal) H) C. P Ct)l'BLAND
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Al.FRl 4LHR
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 8738
THE WII.IJAMSBl ECU
SAVINGS BANK.
Plaintiff.
FIN LEY JONE8 Trustee In
Bankruptcy, et al.
Defendant. __
NOTICE OF SUIT
John D'Agoetlno and He,en
1 'Agostlno, his wife. Residence
L'nkuown, ana if remarri.-i.
their unknown spouses, if living,
and il dead, the unknown heirs,
devisees. legatees. nS--IKII.'.-
Ki-antees, llenora, credltora, trus-
tees or other claimants, claim-
ing by, through, under or against
any of the ubove named de-
fendants who are deceased.
You are hereby notified that the
above captloned action has been In-
-tii,ii.,I against you in the Circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Hade County to for.
close a mortgage upon the following
described real property: ______
i., : Block c W-ESTHAVBN
HEIGHTS, according t" the l lat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 811
Page 31 Public Records of w*
County, Florida, togethei with Wel-
bilt P. In i Hen & Range 6180 5J
Range Hood \V'E\h. Pan: Norgi
Washer W4-415: Screen Porch, Tub
Enclosure, Hm Water Heater, Ven-
etian Blinds: Con. Carbage Hin
\\ Cans: Cone. Clothes Poles and
Upholstered B Fart Nook.
You are required to file your an-
.n,.i to plaintiffs complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
nerve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney, MARTIN FINE, 14th Flow
Dade Federal Building. Miami ''-'.
Florida, not later than Oct. !'. 191,4.
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
tered against you.
DATED: Aug. 88, 1884,
B. B. LWATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
By: E. H LANWAY,
OeputN Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorne) for plaintiff
11th Floor Bade Federal Bldg.
Miami 3!, Florida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, derirlna to engage in
business under Ihe flctltlotia name of
LATIN \MBRICA Ci iNSl'l.TANTS
;n :',.,7 Phi Vmerlcan Paul. Building
Inti mi- to n gist, ; nnl i name Ith the
Clerk ol the Court I
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Israel's Atom Scientists Seen Tops at Geneva
GENEVA JTA la
atus ia the worlc i
community a> a country with a>t
ex$>ere*ice ir. the peaceful appli-
cation of nuclear energy was w-.de-
I) acknowledges at the third Inter-
nal.onal Confe.-ence on the Peace-
ful Uses of Atomic Energy which
cor eluded iu sessions this vacfe
The conference was cor.'-
b> Ike United Nations and its In-
ternational Atomic Energy Agen
cy Eleven papers were presented
by Israel's delegation of 21 scien-
tist] and other experts, beaded by
Prof. Ernst Da\nd Bergmann.
ma of the Israel Atomic
Energy Commission.
One erf the Israeli papers pro-
V)ded a first survey 01 the possi-
jctors
rater
::or. The par-.
Mas :-. :"
gard to u: of the t-
CM
The electricity needs have
grown by about 50 megawatts
each year, while atomic reactors
smaller than 30t-megawatt ca-
pacity appear naf to be econ-
omical. Israel therefore is hop-
ing for the earliest possible con-
sideration of an effective combi-
nation of rh two processes, ta
tustify the construction of nu-
clear reactors laroa enough to
be economical.
paper <" **' I*"
el's plan* and hopes lor desalt-
had been fjeatl)
rtimulat. Pre*-
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cabtlity of nu-
clear for such desalting
Another Israel: paper adde its "expect to prove
:' uibility of large reactor.-
for water co:nbined with
electricity generation, and to
\:>h a demonstration plan for
other countries beset by the same
problems
If the growing population of
the world is lo V saved.' :-
scientists declared, "it ill re-
nil re m'<* '"' ""
tion than it ha- today, and much
more energy foi fertilizer produc-
tion, once thi- problem is solved
by nuclear energy. Israel is mak
ini: a determined effort in this di-
rection."
Dr. J Tadmor. of the Israeli
Atomic Energy Commi->ion's re-
search staff, took part in a dis-
cussion on the hazards of handling
f.s-ionable materials in chemical
plant.-. He .-..id that most nu-
clear-industry accidents had oc-
curred in the chemical sections of
nuclear plan1- He reported that,
because of th'.- variety ct safety
problem-, no general guide to the
hazards wa- available. He then
nut lined a method of saiety eval-
uation.
Maccabitihtol
Forms In Florid
Florida chapter of
nl
Maccab.ah Came Con,mitte,5|
*> hold an -..mzationjj,
at Temple Beth Am M ^
in the music r *,m a, ,.*
A sound-color tum of
Maccabiah r.amw. natT.J"
broadcaster Mel Allen tTj
shown. Refreshments < Z
served.
The Seventh World Mao
scheduled fur Aug. 22 toc
will include most of the,-,
events, plu- golf and teaaal
Greater Miami sent lire
to Israel in 1961
Naraaa Green and Lo*
lin may he contated for
information.
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ers who organized the Sukkoth paity for the elementary
fe= of the Beth Sholom Religious School in their own Suk-
built in the Silverman Religious School Assembly Hall
efi to right) Mrs. Sanford Levine, PTA president; Mrs.
Steiner. chairman. PTA Festival Committee; Ira Dien-
esident, Temple Beth Sholom Youth; and Mrs. Gerald
z.e. Elementary Department teacher. Not shown is Mrs.
:n Goldman, chairman of the Decoration Committee.
was held following Sukkoth services on Monday.
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Opening Member Tea
^Jewish Ftoridiaii
Miami. Florida. Friday. September 25, 1964
Section B
ORT Slates Fashion Show Here
Dresses designed and made by
ORT students in Israel and other
countries of North Africa, Europe
and the Middle East will be fea-
tured in a Southeastern Florida
Region of Women's American
ORT world-wide fashion show at
a membership luncheon on Wed-
nesday noon in the Napoleon
Huom of the Deauville Hotel.
ORT members who will model
fashions are Mrs. Gil Tendler.
Mrs. Sol Meyerson, Mrs. Michael
I.ipsky. Mrs. Norman Klein. Mrs.
Monte Friedkin and Mrs. Philip
Cook.
Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. region past
president, will appear as fashion
commentator. Mrs. Ernest Soh-
nen is fashion coordinator.
ORT schools around the world
teach, designing, drcssmak-ng.
cutting, sewing and other allied
trades. Most students come from
MRS. LOUIS BARON
poverty-stricken homes and are
taught trades upon which they
base their self-reliant lives.
Mrs. Jacob Glassman is region
vice president and membership
chairman of ORT.
Mrs. Louis Baron, region prcsi
dent, said that ORT courses in
fashion, in addition to those
taught in Israel, are given in
Austria, Belgium, Fiance, Hol-
land. Iran. Italy, Morocco, Poland,
Tunisia, Uruguay and the U.S.
Mrs. Sidney Senzer. national
vice president, is flying down
from New York to be gue-t speak
er Rahbi living Lehrman will
give the invocation. New mem-
bers will be guests of Women's
American ORT. and reservations
are being taken by the ORT Of-
fice. 600 Lincoln Road Mall. Mrs
Arnold Greenfield, pianist, will
play for the fashion show.
ng the opening of the season membership tea of Sister-
of Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach are (left to
:rs. Meyer Eggnatz, Mrs. J. Bernard Spector. Mrs. Stan-
levini-on, Sisterhood vice presidents; Mrs. Solomon B.
an, chairman of decorations; and Mrs. Leo Levin, pres-
Affair was held on Wednesday.
0 i membership tea. mark-
ginning of the new sea-
)n : Sisterhood of Temple Beth
noli was held on Wednesday
Iti-i in the Sisterhood
louni Mrs. Leo Levin is Sister-
l" .dent.
I'1 arge of the tea were Mrs.
|t a nil Levinson. Sisterhood vice-
re>ii Mrs. J. Bernard
vice-president, program;
eyer Eggnatz, hospitality;
Mr* S .onion B. Goldman, dcco-
I'llmr-
Theme of the tea was Sister-
hood's "Festival Of the Arts."
which includes book reviews by
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
'eader of the congregation; per-
formances by the Temple Thes-
pians; a conceit to be arranged
by the Temple's Cantor David
C'onviser: and previews of art ex-
hibits which will be featured at
Beth Sholom this year. Mrs. David
Drucker is chairman of the Beth
Sholom Art Committee.
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A shower of Happiness" un-
der yellow bumbershoots with
yell' a. cake te nibble on being
given for bride-elect Joan May
its :j long time friend Loretta
(Mn Steve) Morris on Saturday
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bug< Mayers, petite Joan will
dip into her trousseau tor ;i green
and gold floral chiffon, so be-
cnmir:; lo her red headed beauty,
tor the luncheon ... To he held
in t1 Com Gables home of Lor
etta'a parcnt>. Mr and Mrs.
Samuel Barish. the lovely host
esi -id will serve as matron of
honor at the wedding, has de-
cided on a gold Chinese sheath
. Not much more than a bride
herself, Loretta is teaching fourth
graik- at Miami Heights Her
husband. Optometrist Stove Mcr-
ris. will be best man lor the
prospective bridegroom, Stanle\
Goldberg, ot Baltimore, where
the newlyweds will live following
theii tmptia's the first Sunday in
October Among the 30 guests
on Saturda> will be the future
bride's sister. Linda, ami cousin.
Maureen Sarasohn, both of whom
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FOR PRETEENS .
"COBBLESTONES"
Burdine's is proud to present a
connoisseur collection of day-to-
date, town and travei fashions
that boast all the elan of
couturier creations. Styled by
Gloria Sachs in winning
silhouettes, wanted fabrics, jlvy
colors. Shown is just one from
the exciting group: cowl neck
overblouse and pleat skirt in
worsted wool.
White red, 6 to 14 $36
deb's den, fourth floor DOWNTOWN
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Academy Women
Meet !n Sukkah
Trad
;jh at the home
,.,-. 4529 Royal
i to be the setting
academy W

meeting of tl
, 1230 p.m., Mrs.
I president, an-
Bplritof the
; isen, after her
h her husband,
, er, Sandi, and
highlight the
with a descrip-
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... iaxed their \ i in
,-ance of Rosh
em.
nda includes a
i following summer
to I en by their re-
, en: prizes, Mrs,
! ,: |: card party,
ihapiro and Mrs.
and New Year
Irs uis Schwartz.
hairman Mrs.
tosei se will announce
ol incoming "mem-
>er" luncheon.
Beach Council Opens Season With Chapter Meeting
MRS. LEONARD R0S5N
Hebrew U Ladies To Meet Here

v : the Hebrew (Jniver-
il e theme of the
in |uni of the Greater
Vomen Division. Amen-
n- the Hebrew Uni-
iey gatncr on
, 5 ; Oct. 8. in the
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ha..... "i' the day.
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lent of the or-
zal in, "A typical day in the
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\ ill h discussed by our
a I guest, onsul Shimon Yal-
m lydes tated consul from
I, serving the Southeastern
i States'
sever hundred members
! in .'. -- than two years
ence I Hebrew Univer-
ion 1964-65 offi-
Italled by Rabbi
.!"!.'.. n Temple Beth
Nice, Clea Studio Apartment
fCR RENT
Nej' 4 Stree- ;3r one respectable
.ion, a. ;t, reasonable.
CAL-: 531-0133
EVENINGS: 532-2046
SECRETARY
Efficient, previous Synagogue
experience preferred.
Jacoii C Cohen Cimmunity Synagogue
is:': Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Sholonr; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff,
president; Mrs. Jennie Grossing-
er, honorary president: Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky, Miss Lillian
Goodman. Mrs. Trudy Hamersch-
lag, Mr.-. Harry l'latoff, vice-
president; Dr. Anna Brenner
VIeyers, Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs.
Carrie R. Sapiro, president's
cabinet; Mrs. Sigmund Fogler, i
recording secretary; Mrs. Gerald
Schwartz, social secretary; Mrs.
Ruth Johnson Berger, parlia-
mentarian.
Hoard members are Mesdames:
Mayer Alramowitz. A. Edward
Cohen. Esther Cohen. Sara Czech.
David Drucker, Joseph Duntov,
Frances Entine, Myrtle Eostein,
Joseph H. Epstein. Bcfty Feuer.
Joan Field. Kmil Fnedlander.
Abram Fox. Henry Gilbert. Rhea
Cashman Gladwin, Louis Glasser,
Fannie Goldberg, Esther Good-
man. Myer Hani.-. Jack Katzman.
Inez Krensky, Leon Kronish,
Kate Meidenberg, Irving E. Mil-
ler. Kenneth Oka. David Ponve.
Miriam Press, Joseph Ranibam.
Matilda Ratner, Maurice Revitz,
Leonard Rosen. Oida C. Rubin.
1 Louis B. Rudniek. David Shapiro.
Nathan Spiegelman. Betty Stein-
berg, Philip F. Thau. Nathan
Turner, Abraham I. L'slander.
Lavinia Waldbaum. Carl W'einkle.
Max Weitz, H. Franklin Williams,
Maurice Zimmerman.
Inaugural meetings of the newl
season for five of the seven chap-
ters of Miami Beach Council.
B'nai B'rith Women, in Septem-
ber featured national convention
reports and a book review.
i
Chai Chapter held a regular
meeting on Tuesday evening at
the Deauvifle Hotel, with Mrs.
Ruth Corey, president, in charge,
["he group's five delegates to the
District ."> convention presented
i r t s. Refreshments were
served
Harmony Chapter, meeting
Tuesday evening at the Chase
Federal, 41st St. and Sheridan
Ave had a panel discussion on
the book, "Am 1 My Brother's
Keeper'' Mrs. Jack Dernis is
president.
Mrs. Cecile G. Kluger. presi-
dent of Hatikvah Chapter, con-
ducted a regular meeting last
Thursday, at 1 p.m.. in the Morton
Towers Restaurant.
Menorah Chapter will hear a
convention report at its 12:30 p.m.
meeting on Wednesday at Miami
Beach Federal, Washington Ave.
and Lincoln Rd. Mrs. John Benja-
min is president.
Social afternoon with card
games followed the 1 p.m. busi-
ness agenda of North Shore Chap-
ter on Wednesday at the Deau-
ville Hotel. President is Mrs.
Betty Teitelbaum.
Freedom Chapter and Miami
Beach Chapter did not schedule
September mesngs. President of
Freedom is Mrs. Howard Dutkin.
Mrs. Sally Fisher is president of
.Miami Beach Chapter.
Council president is Mr-. Max
Kern.
Women's Group
Planning Tea
Tours of the newly completed
S2.000.000 addition to Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital will be the high-
light of the Women's Committee
annual membership tea. The open
house affair will be held at the
hospital, 6125 SW 31st St., Coral
Gables. Monday, Oct. 5. 1 to 4 p.m.
Mrs. A. N. Kaplan, chairman of
the tea, and her co-chairmen. Mrs.
Edward Broidy and Miss Erne-t-
ine Barber, have planned an af-
ternoon of tours, talks, treats and
talent for members of the Variety
Children's Hospital Women's Com-
mittee.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Joseph Muskin. 7939 West Dr..
Miami Beach.
Beach Hemophilia Auxiliary
A 12:30 p.m. luncheon meeting
ol the Miami B< ach Hemophilia
Auxiliary is planned lor Thursday,
Hi' l. at the Bel Aire Hotel ( .
will follow the business agenda.
Judaea Clubs
At Beth Moshe
Beth Moshe Congregation ha-
re-opened its Young Judaea activi-
ties for the coming season
The Temple offers social and
cultural programs for fifth through
llth grade children with three
, Judaean clubs.
The clubs are under the super-
vision of fully-trained leaders and
meet at 7:30 p.m.. every Wednes-
day evening, at the Temple
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Or Olom Has
Flower Program
In Social Hall
"The New Look. Fashions in
(lowers," was the theme of the
program presented by Temple Or
Olom Sisterhood last Thursday
evening, in the Social Hall.
Mrs. Allen Levenson presided
at the business meeting, first of
the New Year.
Program chairman, Mrs. Albert
[ Solo, introduced Elton Edelman.
I coral Gables florist, who demon-
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modeled the corsages used in the
floral fashion show.
Hostess Committee was chaired
by Mrs. Murray Mandel.
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young students at Flora Heigbl
this summer before leaving (or
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in l rael maintained by berger, chairman, held its party
hzracl Drgai i in the Sukkata of Beth El Congre-
i America Hen lion Songs of Sukkoth and
'''' *ill jo.r. if. tbi traditional refre-hments v. ere
[if.' t. .ff.t<-f of chapter erved.
p Batya Chapter of North Miami
held i' Beach wai to hold a combined
ind installation of
Mi Katz-laufer, officei at the Sukkah in the home
Brenner and Mi ol Mi Ira Stein on Thursdaj Mrs.
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Chapter ol Mizrachi
Women, Mrs. 'I heodore
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Donald Schrager, chairman, are
inaugurating their iir-t study ses-
lon ol the -'-ar on Tuesday even-
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Hatikvah Chapter of Miami
Beach, Aviva Chapter of Miami
and Hadar Chapter of Mizrachi
Young Women of Surfside and
Miami Beach are also celebrating
these festivals, according to Mrs. I
Alfred Stone, coordinator for'
Florida.
Dick Paul at Doral
Dick Paul, his piano and his or-
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Swinging Shell Lounge of the
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Education Bureau Plans Annual Meeting Nov. 15
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MISS UUIAM GOODMAN
^Women's League
Tea Oct. 1
I Branch oi the Nationa
, League 'I the Jewish
:i sin.n...i oi America
.has Torah" tea
,.- i-,' day. Oct. I, l p.m. in the
home of Mrs. Leo Berman, 4285
Meridian Ave. The social will eele-
rate the combined campaign of
orah and Residence Hall.
Chairman is Miss Lillian Good-
i an. ol Temple Emanu-El Sister-
who is Florida Branch CO-
rdinal
ch president is Mrs Harold
llcinhard; vice president. Mrs.
iur Mann; Mrs. Samuel
Sa'piro and Mrs. Nate Spiegelman,
airmen.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a talk by guest speaker. Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
i Temple Emanu-El.
Entertainment will be offered by
Mrs. Murray Koretzky, soloist,
..lid Mrs. Ben Ball, pianist. Re-
leshments will be served.
Miss Goodman is also in charge
! reservations.
The 23rd annual dinner of the
iureau of Jewish Education will be
.rhI on Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m. at the
diplomat Country Club, accord-
,ig to an announcement by Al
hernian, dinner chairman.
The dinner will salute educa-
onal directors of Jewish schools
1 the community who have given
brae or more years of service and
ormally install the new officers of
ae Bureau.
Featured speaker of the evening
Jeach High PTA
vleet Tuesday
Board of Directors of Miami
leach Senior High School PTA,
ill meet on Tuesday, 10 a.m., at
he home of Mrs. Paul Pollak,
.750 No. Bay Road.
Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg. presi
lent, will conduct the meeting
mportant items on the agenda
vill include presentation ol the
964-65 budget for approval, plans
or "Back to School Night"' to be
icld on Oct. 6. and the Veteran's
)ay faculty luncheon.
Faculty representatives will in-
clude Mr. David Perrin. William
tyrd. and Steve Moore, principal
;f Miami Beach Senior High
School
will be Claude Pepper. Con-
gressman from Florida.
Sherman announced the mem
era of bis committee, still in
ormation. as follows:
Wilbur Aaronson. Mr. and Mrs.
oseph Abelow, Alex Aronotf, Sid-
ey Aronovitz. Rabbi Shimon Azu-
ly. Judge F'rederick N. Barad,
dr. and Mrs. M. A. Baskin. Mr.
nd Mrs. Theodore Berman, Mrs.
lorothy Brown. Rabbi Jonah Cap-
in. Dr. Sol Center. Mr. and Mrs
oseph Cohen, Mrs. Louis Cohen,
ir. Maxwell Dauer. Mrs. Joseph
luntov. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell,
lartin Fine. Mrs. Dorothy Krieg-
t Fink. Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn B.
'rumkes.
Bernard Furman. Louis Gadon,
.Ir. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
\braham J. Gittelson, Mrs. Louis
Glasser. Harry Kessman, Nath-
aniel Glickman. Leon Goldberg.
Louis Heiman. Dr. A. Helfman,
Samuel Hollander. Morris Honig-
haum, George Katzman, Mrs. Jack
Katzman. Sidney Kay. Mrs. Eli
King. Mrs. Pearl Koenigsberg,
Max Kolker, Morris Krevat, Dr.
Milton Lubarr. Mrs. Louis Makov-
sky.
Solomon Schiff, Lester Shapiro,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Sherman, Murray
Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simon-
off.
Dr. .and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff.
Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
John Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Thurman, Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Un-
terman, Charles Weinberg, Morris
| Weiss. Mrs. Leonard Wolf, Raphael
1 Yunes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis and
; Leonard Zilbert.
The committee represents mem-
bership of the Board of Directors
of the Bureau and delegations
from 38 Jewish schools supervised
by the Bureau.
Oscar Mamber. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Meisel, Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
min Meyers, Mrs. Florence Much-
nik, Mrs. David Muskat. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Ossip, Mr. and Mrs. Temple I'lOlt Meeting
Joseph Post. Lee Rachline, Max
Rappaport, Mrs. Matilda Ratner,
Hyland Rifas, Leo Robinson, Mrs.
Wayne Rogers, Al Roth, Jacob
Sachs, Lawrence Scherr, Rabbi
Temple Zion Sisterhood's first
meeting in the new Temple, 8000
Miller Rd., was held on Wednes-
day evening.
Morton Towers
Oneg Shabbat
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president
if Morion Towers Group o!
Hadossah, announces an oneg
habbat on Saturday, l p.m., in
:he Recreation Room.
Mas Mann, guesl speaker, will
liscuss "Jewish Life During
Jewish Renaissance."
Mr- Bess Maneschewitz. chair
man, will discuss the Sukkoth
holidays.
Dora Stein Unit
Traditional Dinner
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center will have a tradi-
tional dinner following 5:30 p.m.
sen aes on Friday. Oct. 9. Only
advanced reservations will be ac-
cepted.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Ar.m Bellenkoff, and Mrs. Sara
Mitchell is in charge of tickets.
Sisterhood president is Mrs.
Chester Letter.
BB Women Will
Help at Confab
Miami Council of B'nai B'rith
Women and personnel in its nine
affiliated chapters have again vol-
unteered to aid on the President's
Committee on the Employment of
the Handicapped.
At the National Association of
Insurance Agents convention at
the Fontainebleau Hotel, volun-
teers from the nine B'nai B'rith
Women's chapters in Miami will
man the Employ the Handicapped
exhibit.
The booth will be open to the
delegates of the convention on
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
through Wednesday at noon.
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HONCY
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
There's a big clan of Pallots. Horn;, found that out
when she married E. Albert Pallot two years ago. She
was a little overwhelmed at first, the actual count of Pal-
. 89 at their Seder at the Eden Roe hotel last
I it: I since she came from a family of only one
brother and sister, she was delighted to be part of such
a big, wonderful family. Honey was named Hcrmine for
her reci-headed grai.dfather. Her-
man But her teachers never pro-
nounced her name right; so it
evolved into H Raised in New York, the fash-
ion center of the United States,
red-haired Honey dreamed of be-
ing a fashion designer. It was
during the depression when Hon-
ey decided to try to get into the
dress industry, and it happened
this way: Honey was the model
for Gladys Parker, who did the
Flapper Fanny cartoons, and still
does Mopsy. Gladys Parker de-
signed the clothes on Honey, and
this became one of the first Jun-
ior Dress lines.
Honey was the perfect teen-ager, who wore her clothes
with a flair, enjoying everything tremendously. But her
career was short-lived, she married and lived the average
life of a young housewife in New York. She had two sons,
Larry Hermelee. who is now a financial analyst with Pit-
ney Bowes, and Bruce Hermelee. currently attending
Pennsylvania Law School.
Honey used to come to Miami Beach for vacations
and to visit her mother and sister. Two different people
decided that she should meet A] Pallot. She did. and a
new kind of world threw open its doers. Honey says her
life is unusual becau.se Al is such an unusual person. He
is one of Miami's top community leaders. As a result,
Honey has become involved in Cedars of Lebanon Auxil-
iary Combined Jewish Appeal and B'nai B'rith. The
Pallots went to Africa on their honeymcon, a perfect place
new and interesting sights to see. no shopping and am-
ple opportunity for Al to lake plenty o( pictures, which is
his favorite hobby. Honey says when she gets up in the
morning she never knows where she will be that night.
Travel is an important part of the Pallots' life. Al calls
and says, "We're going," and Honey answers, "I'm ready."
With her red hair and knack for wearing clothes. Hon-
ey is a most striking woman. They both love to fiance.
Honey's hobby is her husband, and she explains that it is
a full-time job keeping up with him. They like people
and enjoy doing their entertaining at home. Then the
albums of pictures come out, and the time goes quickly
paring travel notes. Al takes pictures of their friends
al every opportunity, especially when they're guests and
model However, all Al reallj needs is his earn-
er and his beautiful wife. He can taki dozens ol \.<.
1,1 of tii. in would be go t
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Births In Greater Miami
Noon Rites Unite
The Weiselbergs
A high "'""i wedding ceremony
on Sunday, Sept. 20. united the
t< rmer Judy Patricia Feldman,
daughter ol Mr and Mrs Samuel
; Marseille Dr., and
Joseph Wieselberg The bride
. .. the son ol Mr and Mrs.
Norbert Wieselberg, ol Brooklyn,
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Held in the Algiers Hotel, where
a reception folio ling
b ii for the nuptials w .1- Dr Irv-
ing Lehrman.
nded by her shter, Mr-
(, ne Beth Sperber, matron ol
r and Gabrielle Cipolla, m
of honor, the bride was
in candlelight peau de soie with
overlay ol English tulle and alcn-
con lace embroidered with -cod
pearls. The finger-tip length veil
was held by a lace and seed pearl
crown, and she carried a Bible un-
der a cascade of white orchids.
Bridesmaids included Madeline
Edelstein, Marilyn Kastner. Del-
sie Lipton. Marlene Barnett. .lean
Wieselberg and Ethel Wieselberg,
Flower girl was Helene Edelstein.
and Mitchell Edelstein, ring bear-
er.
Serving as best man was Elliot
Bronfman; Kenneth Sperber.
Larry Moss. Howard Newman,
David Goldman. Robert Klein and
Aithur Athanus ushered.
Following a trip to Jamaica, the
newlyweds will live at 6805 No.
Kendall Dr.
Miss Kaufman
Now Mrs. Klin^'j
Sue K ;> Jm(|
of Alison Kim. ruc... **
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A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High. Mrs. Wieselberg at-
tended the University of Miami
Following thi
couple will li\< 785
Ave.
A graduate Miami
High, the new K. ..
tended the Uni\ c I
She is now with the Nal I
tiple Sclerosis S I
seen t:iry to th< I :
Her bridegro .:_..,\
in Miami Senior High : 1
tended Florida Si tc L'r
lie i* presentlx -oi. <
Kent Clothing Co. in
Miss Halper Ey
^belongs to Alpha Epsilon Phi p^ |fg fo%
Her bridegroom 1- a graduate
ot the Lfniversit) of Miami and a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi
Fraternity. He is presently a
junior partner with F & W Sales
Corp.
Mr. and Mr.-. Tom 1
Bay Harbor, announce
gagement of Eleanor Him
Halper, 10321 E. Broadwe* Dtl
First child. Renee Charlotte,
29 to the former Judith
- and Franklin D. Kreut-
H I -'\ 10 St. The new mother
on the facultj at Rockway
1 itary, and teaches at
Temple Or Olom. Mr. Kreutzer is
lu ite of the University ol
Miami School of Law and serves
as s pen isor of the Sunday School
emple Judea.
Baby as named an Sept. 3 in
ceremonies conducted by Rabbi
Norman N, Shapiro, i.iandparenls
are Mr, and Mrs B n Jacobs, of
.Miami and Loch Sheldrake, NY.,
and Mrs. Elsa Kreutzer, of Miami.
Second son, John Edward, born
Sept. 13 in Mercy Hospital to
Gloria and William Trinkle, of
Miami. He joins hi- brother. Wil-
liam. Jr.. 3.
Mrs. Rice Wears
Peau de Soie
A bridal gown of peau de soie
and silk organza trimmed with
seed pearls was the choice ol
Stephanie Ann Glaubman when
She married Michael Lawrence
Rice on Saturday. Sept. 19.
. Officiating at the late evening
nuptials was Dr. Irving Lehrman.
Site of the ceremony, reception
and dinner which followed was
the Algiers Hotel.
On their return from a Jamaican
honeymoon, the couple will live
at 3055 SW 1st Ave.
.Maid of honor to the bride was
Sharon Iris Kruger. Jane Anne
Stone. Carol Hausman and Ilene
Sue Glaubman served as brides-
maids.
With Harry Goldstein as besl
man. Jay Baum. Marvin Braum.
, Kenneth Hankin. Jerry" Jacob- n,
Barry McCabe, David Steinberg
and Randy Glaubman ushered,
Daughter ol Mr, and Mrs
Daniel Glaubman, >8t;i Pinetree
Dr., the bi ide is graduate ol
nd is no \ v ith the
Hi n antile National 1:
A research cytol h isl in
the University I
the bt 1- a
graduate ol Miami High. He is
the son oi Mrs 11 irry G ildstein,
1200 NE 206th SI and tin
, Samuel Rice.
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to Kenneth Nathaniel
The bride-elect is the
ol the late Mr and
,, Halper, of Golden Bi
5 future bridegro. in 1- I
Mrs Sidney 51 1 n, 1
Mass., and the late Mi
The couple plan to
in February, 1963.
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Membership
Highlights Fete
Membership 1 as hi.
al the tirst. meeting ol
stem Sisterhood held
evening in th< Israeli1
S ci.,1 Hall.
The refreshments, ser
Temple Sukkah. were Mr. and Mrs. William 1
honor of their son- man
E\ent was chaired bj
nkoff. President ol
.- Mrs. Chester Li iter
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Mr. and Mrs David Noroff, 2900
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Rochelle Barbara to Allen Arthur
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The bride-elecl is a graduate of
Oxford School and received her
BS degree in chemi *ry from the
University ol Miami, she 1- a
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Son 01 Mr and Mrs Carl Res-
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bjeth Torah Congregation held
I* a State of Israel Dinner of
Pribuie honoring Dave Margulies
.1 laj evening. Dr. Max A.
... oi Beth Torah. was
,,an of the evening, and
Newman was his co-chair-
I or this special event. Mrs.
... wore a floor-length
,ii white satin with a
sa scooped neck shell
sc lavishly embroidered
crystal, silver-lined caviar
, Mrs. Lipschitz chose an
.,.,. i-in,, ..o"n with an iridescent
tequin bodice. Mrs. Newman's
was i while silk-satin. The
(ivcrblouse followed the elong-
ated line and was detailed at the
hiplinc with a band of white Jas-
mine mink. The entire gown was
hand-embroidered with miniature
seed pearls.
Mrs. Richard Snelder, whose
husband i> president of the con-
i sation, was in a white, strap-
ess govi n itli a touch of red en-
i-ircling her waist and a godet-
type oi Hare in her skirt. A bro-
cade gown combining mint and
Nile green v. as Mrs. Stanley
Sti in choice for Hie evening.
Her scooped neckline featured a
-l mcl up ruffle, and the gown
was a i igure-molding sheath.
Mi- Julius Gordon was in black
i hite. The white satin skirt
ivas cut on the A-line, and her
!i. i '. bodice was jewel-
,. I oi North Miami Beach
or Arthur Snyder selected a
ii a multi-colored floral
print.

WHITE silk crepe, in floor-
Length elegance, was chosen
by Mrs. Sylvan Sarashon. A deep
I. nd "i ostrich feathers trim-
med the hemline, and a white
stole completed her en-
semble. Ice pink peau de soie
worn by Mrs. Stanley Fried-
Her formal skirl was in
\ line silhouette, and her
. e as in a matching peau de
imported overblouse ol
Rccnl -quins feature l b
. ip cin ilar n >ck
line and e ngth sleeves
Morton Ro.*< silk
- ,i honi y bei e color
ill i n. Her
style .jacket covered a
' i I- Mice, and the i
.,(1 -lit- at the sides lave
n an oi iental air.
Samuel Leb's gown was
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brocade. A large flower was al
the deep \' insert oi her ne 'k-
line. .Mrs. Ronald Friedel's white
brocade formal had a scooped
neckline and pink satin at the
waist. A three-piece formal even-
in -.uit was worn by Mrs. George
Katzman, (it multi-colored lame",
it had a black, scooped neck
shell bodice and double breasted
tailored jacket. Pink silk crepe
and black chantilly lace com-
bined in Mrs. Stanley Miller's
floor-length gown, with the lace
leaving an open panel in both
the front and back. Mrs. Newton
Greene's white silk crepe gown
had a sequin overblouse trim-
med with a white mink collar.
A Tangerine colored silk
" sheath was chosen by Mrs.
Suzanne Popkin. Matching col-
ored tiered chiffon created cape-
lette-type sleeves, and a white
sequin jacket topped her dress.
Mrs. Harold Essig's Goya red
chiffon had a modified bateau
neckline and panniers which
flowed from her shoulders to tnc
hemline. An imported two-piece
knit was selected by Mrs
Richard Berns. In muted orchid,
it had a lace-like pattern over
fie palesl of lilac. Mrs Herman
Kane's bodice was ol black peau
de soie, and the fullness of her
skirt was created with layers ol
black silk organza cut in flower
petal shapes.
Mrs. Martin Lundy was wear-
ing porcelain blue, which fea-
tured bodice with a decollete
V-neck in Iront, and was almost
backli ss, Her skirt silhouette was
the controlled fullnes oi the bell
shape, and the fabric was a
puckered silk mattlesse. A forest
green silk chiffon gown was the
choice of Mrs. Martin Hochman.
Shocking pink silk was used for
the deep band at the bodice
draped in the back to a pouf-
style bow.
Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg's black
and white leaf print gown had
godet inserts at the hem for full-
ness, a large black chiffon bow
on the bodice, and a black peau
de soie stole. Mrs. Leonard Pearl
wore a black silk ottoman sheath
with an imported lace bodice en-
crusted with jet crystal tear
drops. Mrs. Harold Wolk's black
silk organza was a Fontana
Original from Rome. Italian lace
was applioued on the WmI
bodice, and a leaf pattern of lace
was appiiqued around me WeHbi.
A highlight oi the Congreqation Beth Torah Lrael Dinner of
Tribute last Saturday niqht wat the presentation of an Award
oi Honor to Dave Marguiies. The presentation was made by
Congressman Claude Pepper. Joininq in the presentation
was Dr. Max A. Lipschitz (left), spiritual leader of Beth Tcrah.
and Mrs. Margulies (right). A capacity audience of neaily
500 attended and purchased S109.000 in State of Israel Bones.
Guest speaker was Sen. Wayne Morse.
mi. SOI RATNER
Ner Tcmsd
Ladies Meet
v r Tamid Sisterhood will bold
jts | mei ting on Wed-
nesda> noon in Sklar Audit.';!
I residing II be Mrs. Eugene
Schwarz president.
wing the business agenda,
much will be served and the
Treasure Dig held.
in charge ol all project- is Ways
and Means Vice President Mrs.
Carlton Blake.
Chairmen ol the Treasure Dig
are Mesdam* Riva Levine, .lean
Ri ab an l Ruth Goldstone.
Luncheon < ommittee are Mrs.
Frank Dufine, chairman, and
Mesdames Max Amowitz, Harrj
Che lat Gr i...... Michael
an and Irving Rubin.
Rattier, Biller
Live at Ft. Lee
After Rites Here
("apt. Sol Ratner and his bride
are making their home at Ft. Lee,
Va. The couple exchanged marital
vows at an evening ceremony
conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman
at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday,
Sept. 19.
The former Sherry Biller was
attended by Mrs. Marilyn Biller
and Evelyn Greenberg. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Biller. 15761 NE 14th Ave.. and a
graduate of Ml. Sinai Hospital
School of X Ray Technology.
A graduate of Virginia Military
Institute, the bridgegroom is the
son of Sam Ratner. 10680 NE 12th
Ct. Gerald Carr served as his best
man.
The wedding dinner following
the nuptials was hosted by the
iii.ie'- grandparents in their
Michel's Kosher Restaurant.
Ciscayne Kennel Club
cayne Kennel Club officials
have announced the first Bisca'yne.
ma Tri-Distance Medley, a
i, | .. ii iey event, to be
run Saturday, Oct. 3 Wedm I iy,
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Sunday.
Presenting Sen. Wayne Morse (right) with a check for S20.000
for the Bonds of Israel drive is William Kneapler, president
of the Bank of Dade County. The Bank oi Dade County made
one of the laiqest purchases at the Bonds for Israel dinner at
Beth Torah on Saturday. Sen. Morse was principal speck
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OLYMPIC GAMES OF THE KITCHEN
The I'illsburg 16th Grand National Recipe
and Baking Contest at the Americana Hotel was
fabulous. One-hundred stoves were in action at
the same time. Nola (Mrs. Leo) Eiscnstetn met
a friend lrom East St. Louis, who was a con-
testant. She is Shirley (Mrs. Henry) Kraus. who
was making a banana cake with chocolate whip-
ped cream and cherries. The executive director
of her temple back home is a friend of Eddie
Cohen, of Temple Israel, here. So she and her
husband stayed over to attend holiday services.
Dora (Mrs. Isaac) Feinstein, of Atlantic City,
was making a chocolate cheese cake. Diana
(Mrs. Sol) Siegel. of Milwaukee, baked an umisual
creation, with red chiffon cake inside and green
nuts outside. For the calorie-conscious, it was
a chore to taste everything.
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A GOLD BOX OF ENVELOPES
Joni and Stanley Tate had a 15th wedding
anniversary. Joni's folks, Myrtle and Morton
Greenwood. Byrdie and Ed Denison and Rae and
Ed Caller stopped in to wish them a happy an-
niversary. Stanley picked that time to give Joni
her gilt. The first envelope was an anniversary
ic an<
card saying, "I'd like to go away with you."
The second envelope was a brochure of the
World's Fair. In rapid succession, the envelopes
contained plane tickets to New York, reserva-
tions at the Plaza, travelers checks, a doctor's
appointment for shots, a passport case and
Fieldings Book on Europe. In the last envelope
were plane tickets tor the continent.
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UNBELIEVABLE
Carlyn and Jess Rose wrote from Tokyo.
They saw a revue with 350 girls against mag-
nificent sets, including waterfalls. They enjoyed
a Japanese meal in one of the seven restaurants
in their hotelthe Imperial. Don't know what
happened next. The train to Nikka had swivel
seals and automatic doors. The next thing will
bo automatic chopsticks.
9
HAPPY NEW YEAR, YAAK AND DVORAH
The Rosenbergs never forget to send New
Year Greetings. They also never forget to write
on the back that they enjoy these columns. They
lovc Philadelphia; but we still miss them and
hope they miss us, too. FRANCES LEHMAN
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Marshall Wise
To Address
Home Board
Judge Irving Cypen, president
of the Jewish Home for the Aged,
announced this week that because
of the significant national is.-uos
revolving around social security
and health cure for the elderly,
Marshall Wise, district manager
or the Social Security Administra-
ion in Miami, will be speaker at
.he first 196465 Board of Direc-
ors meeting this Sunday. 10 a.m.,
n the Junior Auxiliary Day Care
'enter at Douglass Gardens.
Wise has been in the Federal
"ivil Service for 28 years. 25 of
hem with the Social Security Ad-
ministration. He came to Miami
n September, 1959 from the rc-
;ional office in Atlanta, managing
he Miami office until March. 1961.
.vhen he was appointed director ol
.he Cuban Refugee Emergency
Jentcr. He returned to the Miami
rffice as manager on May 13 last
.ear. Wise received the Depart-
ncnt of Health, Education and
.Velfare Superior Service Award"
n 1962 and 1963.
Other highlights of the first
loard meeting will be an Admis-
sions Committee report by Judge
farold B. Spaet; a report on the
iperations and progress ol the new
.'hrift Shop at 7300 NW 27th Ave..
,y Artie Kravit; a Duilding fund
eporl by Baron dc Hirsch Meyer;
i treasurer's report by Stanley M.
ieckerman; and reports lrom the
residents ol the four Women's
Auxiliaries <>i the Home
lames Roth, 1551 Lenox Ave., receives a $1,000
scholarship from Miami Beach Board of Real-
tors. He is the nephew of Erma Pivar, asso-
ciate member of the board. Pictured (left to
nqht) are E. D. Keefer and Leon Eisenstein,
members of the Russack Scholarship Commit-
tee and trustees of the board; Roth, and Morton
Russack, director of the Miami Beach Board
of Realtors and donor of the scholarship; and
Leonard Keller, first vice president of the board
and member of the committee.
Batya Chapter
Lists Officers
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan was to
nst all new officers of Batya
Chapter of North Miami Beach at
, i Sukkoth party in the home of
Mrs. Ira Stein, 15760 NE 15th PL,
in Thursday at 1 p.m.
Slate for 1964 65 is led by Mes-
James Jonah E. Caplan, presi-
lent; Alex Shayewitz, honorary
i president; Joseph Gropcn, vice-
president; Ira Stein, vico-presi-
Jent; David Litman, correspond-
ing secretary; Hyman Kurtz,
treasurer.
Afternoon was to include en-
tertainment and traditional re-
freshments.
MARSH ALL WISt
Sukkoth Tea
At Synagogue
Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue was to hold its first
Sukkoth tea part in the Soeisd Hall
of the new Synagogue o Vhurs-
lay at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Tibor H. Stern, ife of
Rabbi Stern, was to be hostess. A
special holiday program with en-
tertainment and ret: tnenta
was to be presented.
Rabbi stern a< to ad the
meeting.
Young Judaea
Plans Activities
Young Judaea ativities for the
coming season will be mam- and
varied, according to Fra < Far*
hcnhloom. new director ol the
youth organisation. A pro-
gram of weekly meetii pi and
weekend conclaves, plus ipecial
camping trips, have beer inned
along with the organizatio reg-
ular program.
Young Judaea, sponsored by
Hadassah and ZOA. is th I oldest
and largest Zionist youth -gaiii/a-*
tien. founded in 1909 by Henrietta
Szold.
Olfered are focU and cultural
activities for youiifc h>0|. age 8
t<> 18. led by trained leaJers un-
der the $inn '' in of the South
Florid.. Z.O.iis Youth ,'ommis-
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The weekly Luncheon Club of
the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B"rith will resume Tuesday noon.
Oct. ti. at the DiLido Hotel, ac-
cording to President Gerald
Schwartz. Leon Ell, president.
Jewish National Fund Council of
(ireater Miami, will be guest
ker.
Diversified schedule of pro-
_ ams for the meetings is ar-
ranged by Luncheon Club Chair-
;i Gershon Miller and Lodge
Honorary President Irving Schatz-
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27. David Levine, local representa-
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. First fall meeting of the 500-
Irwin Schulman, regional di- member lodge was held Wetlncs-
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gue of B'nai B'rith, is slated for with Paul Seidcrman. chairman of
Oct. 13; Oct. 20. Rabbi David the Board of Trustees. Florida Re-
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^/Mitzvali
lii-'ey Weinkle
ir j L.annan will off ici-
siit/.vah of Jeffrey.
. n i Mrs. % Stmlej
.; i _~a a t iwUyiWXUWlii***
at Temple Emanu-El.
.,' nil, eighth grade at
risher Junior High School,
en >ted in nature studies.
:iing.
iandparents, Dr. and
rnjri S. Chaikin. and
ininother. Mrs. Rose
witi :>e here from Boston.
celebmfcs his Bar Mitz-
[, lebrant will be honored at
ption -Jturday afternoon at
i luauy club.
Scott Samet
i |a> Mincha services at
igregation on Sepl
the Bar Mitzvah ol
met
\ Lipschitz and
Zion Kirschenbaum
nd present Scott
behalf of the Mol-
m r Sisterhood.
, ant is the son ol Mr.
Samet, wis.i NE
; i mdson Ol William
c Morris Zagoria.
Steven Lund
,, in of Mr. and Mrs.
Irokl Lund .11 observe his Bar
I Torah Congrega-
:m i i Sal irday morning. Sep-
pnbei 2t>, with Rabbi Max A. Lip-
thit;. -nd Cantor Ben-Zion Kirs-
I ... i officiating,
\ si enth grade student at Nor-
iiul nior High, Steven has at-
fndeel Beth Torah Religious
In r -I three years and
rill :. :inu hi Jewish education
thi .'nation class,
Eric Schneider
and Mrs. Harold
[i r 01 NTS 196th Terr.,
Mitzvah on Sat-
i Sept. 26, at Beth
I i ition, with Rabbi
I Lips tz and Cantor Ben-
s< he taum officiating.
Ei has ttended the Beth
I teli. School for the
k;i~t three years and will continue
li- education in the pre-confirma-
ii i -s. He plays first clarient
the concert band at John F.
cnm. y Junior High, where he
in ;he seventh grade, and
in< gy i- hit hobby.
ng zuests who will at-
"(1 the Bar Mitzvah will be
muc Sloan, Eric's grandfather.
*
Erie Young
Eri Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs
Jerome Young will become Bar
Mitzvah at services at Beth David
Synagogue on Saturday morning,
Sept. 26. Iiabui Norm.in V Shapiro
ujil....U.H.ia!.e.., -...... ,..
In the eighth grade -it- Glades
Junior High. Erie, an honor Stu-
de.it, is i,i me accelerated math
class, lie plays trumpet in the
school band.
A student ol the Beth David
Religious School since he was
eight years old, Eric is most pro-
ficient in Hebrew. He has won
Vocabulary Bees in each grade for
the past three years.
Following services, Mr. and
Mrs. Young will honor the young
celebrant with a Kiddush and
luncheon in Spector Hall.
John Ribbler
On Saturday morning, Sept. 2o.
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
John Solomon Ribbler, son ol Mr.
and Mrs, William Kibbler, in
Temple Judea.
John i- a student at South
Miami Junior High and a member
ol the school's chorus. He is also
a member ol Boy Scout Troop 64.
and a sports enthusiast. He will
continue with his religious educa-
tion.
|
Mr and Mrs. William Ribbler
will host the Kiddush in John's
nonor. (allowing services.
Alan Stein
On Saturday morning, Sept. 19,
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
H. Stein, was Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Zion. with Rabbi Alfred
Wazman officiating.
Alan, an eighth grade student
at Ponce lie Leon Junior High
.school, will continue his studies
in the Temple Zion Confirmation
Class.
Brent Probinsky
Brent Lee Probinsky will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day, Sept 26th. during morning
services conducted by Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard at Temple Beth
Am.
An eighth grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High, Brent
plays trumpet in the school band.
His hobbies are swimming and
sailing.
Mr. and Mrs. David Probinsky,
5301 N. Kendall Dr., will honor
their son at a reception in their
home following the ceremony.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vah are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prob-
insky. Coral Gables, and Mrs.
Dorothy E. Gash, Miami Beach.
JEFFREY WE'NKLE
BRENT PROBINSKY ERIC SCHNEIDER
Rephun to Chair
South Florida
Youth Group
At the season's first meeting \
ol the South Florida Youth Com-,
mission last Thursday, outgoing
chairman, Frank Farbcnbloom,
was presented with a gavel in
recognition of two years of serv-
ice to the organization by Josh
Rephun, newly-elected chairman.
Farbcnbloom will continue to
serve the commission as direc-
tor, supervising the activities of
Young Judaea In the Greater
Miami area.
The Commission heard a report
by Farbcnbloom on the summer
activities ol Young Judaea, m-
cluding the participation of more
than 60 children in the camping
program sponsored by Hadassah
and ZOA at Camp Judaea in
North Carolina, and Tel Yehudah
in New York, plus Youn g
Judaea's five participants in the
Israel Tour Program-.
Rephun also reported on his
visit to Camp Judaea this sum-,
mer and on his meeting with of-
ficers of the Regional Youth
Commission, and outlined plans
for the coming season of activi-
ties of Young Judaea in South
Florida.
Other newly elected officers of
the Youth Commission are Isaac
Donen, vice chairman; Mrs.
Manuel Burstein, treasurer; and
Miss Esther Mervish, secretary.
Simchas Torah
To Be Observed
At Beth Torah
Festival of Simchas Torah that
concludes the harvest holiday of
Sukkoth will hi observed at Beth
To.ah Congregation on Monday
evening, 6:30 p.m., in the main
sanctuary, with Rabbi Max A.
Lipschitz officiating.
Some 500 students of the
synagogue's Religious School
will chant the holiday songs.
At the same time, some 300
students of the Pre-School and
Sunday School will have their
own services in the Youth Room
of the school building.
The Sisterhood of the congrega-
tion will provide the flags and
apples for the students under the
direction of co-chairmen Mrs.
Net Glazier and Mrs. Jerome
Langer.
On Tuesday morning, the en-
tire congregation of youngsters
and adults will gather in the
sanctuary and mark the conclu-
sion of the reading of the Torah
and its beginning again with the
opening account of Creation.
am J. Gittelson (right), education director of Beth Torah
Dr:c egation. is shown with Alexander Andron, faculty mem-
r. vho conducted services for more than 1,000 teen-agers
^Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. Left are Miles Kuttler who
ved as rabbi for the Roh Hashona prayers, Steven Shant-
ccntor. and Steven Weininger, who led the Yom Kippur
irices. Not shown are Michael Cohen and Jeffrey Kirsch-
-xxum who also chanted the liturgy. Services were held
Ithe 163rd St. Theatre, and Mayor Arthur Snyder delivered
I sermon. In charge of coordinating the youth services
Ire Gabe Shantzis. chairman of the synagogue's Youth
'.ission. Marshall Baltach and Emanual Feder. United
ttagogue Youth advisors.
Rabbi Stern At
New Synagogue
Dr. Tibor Stern, spiritual leader
of Beth Jacob Congregation for
the past decade, will assume
duties as rabbi in the newly-form-
ed and recently built Jacob C,
Cohen Community Synagogue.
1532 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Stern, well-known for his
in volume publication on "Jewish
Law and Philosophy,'- conducts a
weekly, radio program, "The
Torah Hour," over WEDR-FM
every Sunday at noon.
The program will now be broad-
cast from the synagogue. Dur-
ing the broadcast, Rabbi Stern ex-
plains the meaning and applica-
tion to daily life today of sections
of the Torah.
Technion Women
Mapping Tea
Plans for the fall season of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Technion Society were map
ped last week at a meeting at the
DiLido Hotel, according to Mrs,
Milton -Sirkin.xprcs-rrient. H"
A tea for prospective new mem-
bers was set for Friday. Oct. 9,
at the King Cole Apartments, with
Mrs. Herman Laks. hostess, and
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. chair
man for the 'member-bring a
member" affair.
First general membership meet
ing will be Tuesday, Oct. 20. Mem
bers of the Board of Directors of
the Greater Miami Chapter will
serve as hostesses.
The American Technion Society
is the principal agency in the
United States for aiding Technion,
Israel's engineering institution in
I Haifa.
Zamora Forms
USY Chapter
Charter members of the newly-
i rmed United Synagogue Youth
hapter at Temple Zamora are;
Beth Cohen, Allan Greenberg,
; ie Greenberg, Paul Grei
\ aid. Howard Kusnick. Steve
Kusnick, Robert Kussner, Mark
Pollack, Tully Roisman. Ben-
Lewis Schachter. Ellen Schachter,
Zadik Shapiro. Steven Shuinan,
Loretta Smiles, Naomi Smukler,
and Clara Zion.
On S u n d ay organization
members decorated the Temple
Sukkah for the traditional festi-
vities and services conducted by
Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual
leader of the congregation.
On Monday and Tuesday, first
and second days of Sukkoth. the
Temple Si-tei'hood sponsored a
special holiday Kiddush for mem-
member group, said Wednesday congregation and stu,
that "The Hebrew labc IS n' dents ol the Religious School.
a mere curosity or an attempt by ________
some Hebrew-speaking group to
engage in theatrics.
are motivated by a deeply-root- NdfTted ChGirmCJn
ed conviction that the Hebrew mjss Lillian Goodman, immedi-
language is the only effective in- ,llc p;i., president of the Miami
strument of linking the people geach chapter of Hadassah, has
oj Israel with United States Deen named chairman of the
Jewry, and prophetic and tal- Nominating Committee for the
mudic teachings of antiquity with Zionist Council of South Florida.
Judaism of today, fostering thus Gerald Schwartz is president of
the unity of Israel, and the con- Ine organization, principal public
tinuity ot Judaism." relations vehicle for the State of
Other members of the group Israel among its member Zionist
are Joshua Z. Stadlan, former organizations,
president of Miami Beach Teach-
WIUIAM AGRANOVE
Hebrew Table'
Explains Aim
In explaining "The Hebrew
Table" at the B'nai B'rith
luncheons. William Agranove,
lounder and leader of the five-
Miss Goodman
ers Association; Zvi Handler.
Talmud and Hebrew scholar;
Reuben Miller; and Isaiah M.
Adler. leader of the Talmud
Study Group at Temple Emanu-
El. He was voted the National
Hebrew Teacher of 1962 by the
American Association of Jewish
Education.
Israel Film
Free For Asking
More than 1.400 organizations
have shown the Israel-filmed and
recorded 28-minute picture. "Holi-
days in Israel." An example of
Israeli film-making, .it depicts the
celebration of Passover and
Shavuot in the Jewish homeland.
In beautiful color, accompanied
by original music created and or-
chestrated in Israel. "Holidays"
ca pi ores the joy of the people, the
charm of the children and the
beauty of the land all in the
course of religious celebrations.
Close to loO.OOO people all over
the country have seen "Holidays
in Israel." The film is free to or-
ganizations Jewish and non-
Jewish for show ing to mem-1
bers. All the program chairman
must do is agree to mail the film
back to Pittsburgh after the show-
ing. Otherwise there is no cost
whatever.
i
Inquiries as to open dates and
other details should be addressed i
to Film Dept., H. J. Heinz Com- j
pany, P. O. Box 57, Pittsburgh, '
Penna. 15230.
"Holidays in Israel" offers or-
ganizations a colorful feature for
meetings and general gatherings.
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vJewist fhorSdlaair
Friday. September 25, 1964
Beth David
Cotillion Classes
Beth David cotillion classes for
ixth, seventh and eighth graders
ire scheduled to begin on Sunday,
let I. in the Social Hall.
i -ions for juniors will be held
from 7 to 8:i;> p.m.. and for
eniors, from 8:15 t<> B:30 p.m.
Miss Pej 53 Lo an will again be
instructor, and khe number of
tudents in each class will be
i mil ed.
in charge of information on re-
[istration are Mrs. Howard Berg-
i and Mrs. Bernard Bloom.
South Florida leaders of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America will attend the 67th annual
ZOA convention in Washington on Oct. 1, ac-
cording to Gil Rappapcrt, executive director
of the Southeast Region. Shown at a meet-
ing of leaders in Miami Beach is Leon May,
of Nashville, Tenn., president of the region,
discussing with delegates vital issues on the
agenda at the convention. Left to right are
Morris Simon, honorary president of the
Miami-Gables District. S. Joe Perry, president
of the Broward District; Max Parness, presi-
dent, Miami-Gables District; Lester Hersch,
president, Nashville District; May; Ben Giller,
president, Miami Beach District; Charles Kim-
erling, president, Birmingham District; and
Albert E. Osip, chairman of the Greater
Miami ZOA President's Council.
Cedars Women
Turn Over Check
Women's Auxiliary of Cedars of
.ebanon Hospital this week turn-
(1 over a check for $6,500 to Presi-
dent Harry L. Lewiv
Bulk of the funds came from
the Lobby Gift Shop, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Ted Lotterman.
1 Auxiliary president, who said her
organization contributes sums
throughout the year for the sup-
: port of the hospital's development
' program.
Pinski School
Sukkoth Fete
David Pinski Folk School cele-
brated the Sukkoth holiday on
Saturday. 8 p.m.. at the Farband
'enter. 842 Washington Ave.
Lazar Lasavin, principal of the
chool. spoke on "Sukkoth."
There was community sing-
ng led by Ben Yomen, with Jew-
ish and Hebrew songs by Frances
'acker.
Refreshments were served.
Beth Sholom Religious School children present
their Sukkoth Harvest Festival offering of can-
ned goods to representatives of the Temple.
Left to right are Miss Nettie Goldstein, head
of the school's Hebrew Division; Eli Katzin,
chairman, Religious Activities Committee,
Louis F. Snetman, Temple president; and Rab-
bi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom. Children are Jon Leslie, Ann
Weiss, Pamela Leslie, George Weiss, Melanie
Cohen. The offering was presented as part of
the Temple's annual Harvest Festival Service
on Monday. Just before Thanksgiving, the
cartons of canned goods are taken to the North
Beach Elementary School for Thanksgiving
baskets which the school makes up each year
for needy families in the community.
Gershwin Ladies
Meet In Beach
Ladies' Auxiliary of the George
Gershwin Lodge resumed regular
meetings Monday, 8 p.m.. at Surf-
ide Community Center.
Plans for the forthcoming paid-
ip annual membership luncheon
.vere announced and a program
)f entertainment was presented.
After the meeting, members
joined the Knights for a collation
and social housewarming hour.
Mrs. Saul Jarrctt is auxiliary
president.
Jewish National Fund Reelects Leon Ell ******
For Seventh Consecutive Terms as Prexy
Leon J. Ell was elected presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
<>l Greater Miami for a seventh
term at the annual meeting of
the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil early this month.
Others elected were Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz, chairman of the
Executive Board; Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, Foundation chairman; Johan
L. Herman, William Bornstein and
Jacob Fishman, vice presidents;
Sam Schachno, financial secret-
ary; Mrs. Jacob Davis, recording
secretary; Benjamin Appel, treas-
Coral Chapter
Brunch Wed.
Coral Chapter, American Medi-
cal Center of Denver, will meet for
brunch on Wednesday at the Holi-
day Inn, 1350 S. Dixie Hwy. Mrs.
Phillip Plaks. life member chair-
man, will be hostess of the day.
Second general meeting of the
iei "n i- scheduled for Wednes-
day, Oct. 7, at the Park Lane Cafe-
teria, 22nd Ave. and Coral Way.
Delegates to the national con-
vention will give a report on the
cancer research building
which was dedicated during the
conclave.
Mrs. Jules Weston is president
ol the group
urer; Abraham Grunhut. comp-
troller.
On the executive board are
Judge Frederick Barad, Mrs.
Nathan Bookspan, Stanley Caiden,
Marshall Comis, Hyman Eisen-
baum, Harry Feldman, Ezra Fine-
gold, Abraham Fraidlin. Mayshie
Friedberg. Dr. J. A. Greenhouse,
Max Hecht, Peter F. Heller, Miss
Lillian Goodman, Sam Kagan,
Paul Kwitney, Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, Mrs. Pauline Levick.
Dr. Meyer B. Marks, Gershon
Miller, Morris Minov, Mrs. Miriam
Press, Harry Rosen, Julius Rosen-
stein. Barrett M. Rothenberg, Irv-
ing Schatzman, Louis Schwartz-
man, Samuel Seltzer, Al Sherman,
Bernard Silver, Dr. Michael Sos-
sin. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stad-
lan. and Mrs. Alfred Stone.
A director of JNF national
board, Ell is a member of the
White House Conference on Re-
fugees, past president of Temple
Beth Sholom. director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and of the United Fund.
member of the board. Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
and former trustee of Hebrew
Union College.
Ell recently returned from a
world tour studying conditions in
Egypt. Pakistan, Turkey, Iran,
and Israel.
Kenneth Myers was guest speak-
er at Tuesday's dinner meeting of
the Florida Nursing Home Associa-
tion at Toby's Cafeteria. An at-
torney and Democratic candidate
for the Dade Legislative Delega-
tion from Group 5, Myers spoke on
the upcoming mental health le-
gislation pertaining to nursing
home facilities in the state
49's in Simchas
Torah Banquet
Irving Schatzman. president of
the 49'ers of Temple Emanu-EI, an-
nounces that the annual Simchas
Torah banquet, sponsored by the
group, will be held Tuesday, 12:30
p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel at
the conclusion of Simchas Torah
services in the Temple.
Dr. Irving Lehman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, will
bring greetings.
Youth Aliyah
Minyan Kickoff
Mrs. Jack Wolfstein, president
of Lazarus, Miami Beach Hadas-
sah, announces a "Youth Aliyah
Minyon Kickoff" at the home of
Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, 325 88th
St., on Wednesday, 1 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
Mrs. Sadie Cohn, and Mrs. Esther
Kastan are co-chairmen.
Norton Pallot, president oi
Norton Tire Company, has
been elected president of the
Better Business Division ot
the Miami Dade C o u n ty
Chamber of Commeice, suc-
ceeding the late Harold Bos-
worth. Sidney J e n n e 11 e
Southern Bell Telephone Dis-
trict manage.-, became the Di-
vision's first vice president,
and elected second vice pres-
ident was Harold Friedman,
of Harold Friedman Radio
and TV. Active in many
Dade County charitable and
civic organizations, Pallot
joined the Norton Tire Com-
pany in 1947 immediately af-
ter graduating from the Uni-
versity of Miami with a de-
gree in business administra-
tion. He is a vice president
of Biscayne Federal Savings
and Loan Assn., and a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors
of Dade National Bank.
Cohen Synagogue
Slates Meeting
This Week
Jacob C. Cohen, founder and
president of the J. C. Cohen Com
munity Synagogue, announces that
the first public meeting of mem
bers was to be held Thursday,
8 p.m.. in the Executive Room of
the Synagogue.
The meeting was to present the
By-Laws of the new congregation.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, newly-ap
pointed spiritual leader, was to
make a major address to mem
bers. Presently, the congregation
has close to 100 members.
No. Shore Lodge
To Hear Doctor
B'nai B'rith North Shore Lodge
will hold its regular meeting on
Monday, Oct. 5 ,8 p.m., in Wash-
ington Federal, 1133 Normandy
Dr.
Dr. Joseph Glassberg. noted
cardiologist, will speak, and films
will be shown.
Jack Burstein is president.
JWV Auxiliary
Holds Meeting
Films, lecture and folk dancing
/if Israel were featured at the
Norman Bruce Brown Post and
Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans,
meeting on Thursday evening.
, Sept. 17, at Pythian Hall, Flaglcr
' St. and 46th Ave.
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, of the
Israelite Center, delivered the
i principal talk, and Mrs. Abe Mar-
cus led the Israeli dance program. |
Emanu-EI USY
Sukkoth Festival
Saturday Eve
United Synagogue Youth Group
of Temple Emanu-EI will play
host to the Temple's seventh.
eighth, ami ninth graders at a
dance and social in the spirit of
the Sukkoth Festival on Saturdav
from 8 to 11 p.m.. at the North
Branch Bldg.. 77th St. and Dickens
Ave.
The Social Hall will be deco-
rated in the traditional harvest
colors, and disc jockey. Al Leibert,
of WINZ will provide the music.
A "Coke Bar" will offer refresh-
ments.
Welcomell^ton
Honors Special
Family Occasions
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess
will call with a basket of gifts... |
nd friendly greetings from reli- '
gious, civic, and business leaden
of our community when your
family celebrates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage-1
ok nt or the birth of a new baby,
or moves to a new borne.
When the occasion arises, phone
HI 8-4994


sptember 25, 1964
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Page 11-B
Ave., died Pep .. r.
ROOT, Albert sii-rldan, 62. of 280a
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Pine Tree i>
CASKILL. lull
. .. \.
80, i.i' 93411 I: ran
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64483
hi I'l' Eats
ARTHCR Tl'RKRTj n 'I. 11 \ VRoN
Tl'HKEL
I -.-. :,., .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* nnd All Pi
' Claims ,., i lemands Against
ShIiI Estate:
You are hereby notified nml re-
quired to preseni nny rlnlnifl anil <1-
raands which you ma) huve axalnst
the eatate of ARTHt'TI TI'KKEI,
.I k H AARi N Tl'RKEI. d.
In...... hade I'nunty, Klorlda, to the
fount) Judges of Hade County, and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C0091
AKTHI'R AM. IN,
Plaintiff,
I1TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 10014
SIRRt i.\ FARM DIVISl! i.\ i .I'
iRRi i.N ini KRPRISEs, i.\i
.1 li a SPRIXtl llll.I. HARMS,
INi'
I'laintirr
\ M,
\ ,i mi:si.i:i:
l i. ii.i hi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl A. .1. MESI.ER
92 Hal\ Strei i
P.rookl) ii. Nc >' k
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64102 C
in i:r i: -1:. 1 ..I
STCART i : 'I'l'.
I i eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All i'i son*
Having Claim* or Demands Agninsl
(ta111 Estate:
V.ni .ii In i. not Ifled ; i I requir-
ed to present an) claim* and demands
whleh on mi. have against t li-
eatate of STCART tiOFF, de-
. .;i -. i late of I lade 'ount) rlo Ida,
to the County Judge* of I Hide t'oun-
flle ii"- si...... i duplicate
provided in Section ::I3.16,
V in A......ided Kill "i t'omplalni ha* and ..-
been filed iiuulnsi you l>j SIRRoN Florida Statutes, in their office* in
FARM, DIVISION ..I SIRROX EX- the Count] Courthouae In Dade Coun-
TERIitlSES INC., il li-a SPRIXt! ,\. Florida, U'tthln six calendar
mi.I. FARMS, INC., vvherebj wild month* f.....i the time of the flral
I'lalntlfl wek* pn.Miicnt for service* publication hereof, 01 the aume will
rendered to >..n ami your horse, be buried.
AlBERT aUADOW
lert Quadow
Isses At Age 70
fl'e the sam......lunlieate and pro- "KIRK AT \\ 11 I,." Dated at Miami, Florida, ilil* IGth
vlded in Bectlon 733.16, hlnrldn Sta- You arc re'tulred to nerve .1 ropy day of Septemlier, A.O. 1964
tin.". In il.....- ..'.,. 1.. rhe "f your Answ.-i 1 I'leiidlnu; 10 the ALLEN 1:. liAHTLETT, SR.
Courthouae in Hade County, Florida, Amended Hill "i Complaint on the Executor of the Estate oi
within *lx calendnr months from the Plaintiffs attorney*, Vtil'Nti, CAP- Btuart tJoff, Deceased
tin.....f ih. flral publication hereof, OD1LCPO & HYMAX, l"7 Lincoln I Klrat publication of tins notice on
or the same will In- barred. K011U, Miami Reach, Florldu, and file I the 17th du> September, 1961
Dated at Miami, Flnrldn thl* 18th the original Vnswer or Plcudlng in ci.a t'I !: ,\i. HARXES
da} of Beptember, A.D. 1M4, Ihe office of the clerk of the Circuit Attornej for Kxecutor
.ll'UA TVRKBL ''..mi ......1 before iiw 26lh |ay of 2ul Calumel Bldg.
Ah Executrix October, 1964. If you lull to do no, 1
First publication of ibis notl......n Judgment b) default wil. > taken
Mi,, j'.ili da) "f Sen.....Ih against you foi the Relief demanded
ii> you in tin- Amended BUI of Com-
|i
In IXK AM' iRDEREI 1 il Miami.
Dade County, i'lmlda, tin- !3ro daj
of Si ptember, ''"' 1.
K. R. I.EATHERMAX,
1 "jerk "i 1 'Ircult Court
Hade County. Florida
II) .1. V. CAVAXAUH (Seal)
Heput) Clerk
:> .'".. in -'. 11. in
:.:: I '.
16
jbax am.en.
I '.int.111!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'I'i 1 .11 :.\ N AI.I.KN
7:'.l I Jim Ii Si
Ba)Kid< 1 I, Queen*
Ne Vork
Vi.r ARK IIKRKHV notified tl 1
,-i Complaint for l>lvorci ha* bi
filed ngulnal ) ou, and you are hei
required to *ei v.* 11 cop) of x ou
answer to the Complaint .01 the Plain-
tiffs attorney, LKSTKR RLHSERS
whose address .- :'^i X.M lnii Stre.
Miuml, Forld 1. and file the .'i in 1
..I 1I1.. Answer in the --*- : tl
Clerk of Hi' Eleventh .lu.li.inl 1
.nil in nml for Dude Count). Flol liln,
1. nor I., fore tin -Till da) of ii toln
IKtM, in default of ivhlch tin
plaint ill be 1 iki n as confi fsed
> ,.n
I >ATBD ilii>- 1 Mb da) of Septi 11 -
her, 1:0.1.
I-;. I: LKATHKRMAX
1 Ii 1,- of [he < ircult > 'ourt
lly: C. I' COPEUAXH
Deput) Clerk
.1. Mosi:s i:i:i\'|.\\'i:i:i;
Attoi ney i""i 1 Executrix
. .:m| Ainsli v I in Iditoj
Quadow. past prcsiaent, Miami, Florida
David Synafiosuc of 520 -". '" -_\ l_
Kd.. died Sept. 18 at the notice under
n Services were held in fictitious name law
V ,, 11 c,.,i N'OTICK I.- IIKRKI'.Y tllVKX that
\ les Spector Hall on Sept. ,,,,. ,,..,,:L_n (l,.,;!IU ,,, .
(ioi'tloit Funeral Home in business under tin ctitlou* nun, of
DKVRA-KI.M siMil.i:. ul 6\1 S\\
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 64C10270
FRAXCKH IV \.\i: tiKNKST,
Plain,i r,
RtUlKRT liKRAI.D ISKXKHT
I >. 1.11.1 llll
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C0309
i:stiii:i: \i vria zataraix d.
I.A';. 1MASIX1 '.
Plulntlff,
IH lllh'RTl I 11' \\ 'A''.' i.MASIXl'
Vnl. Ri'ttKRT tiliRAIJi tlKXKST, KURXAXDKZ I VN tl
1 1 .,, hnro to '-"' Av"..... Miami, rlorldn. Intend IN THE C|RCU|T COURT OF THE
.ia(low. who came here 32 1,, register -.1 nun. with the clerk
from Chicago, had also '|'f|,,,ll1','l '' '"** ,',""">
. president of Baron de i.ekxard r McMH.i.kx
n Fund and the Florida West i'ia stret.Miaml, i'i...
612 X.W l-'io \\. Miami, Fla.
., member of the Jewish i:k<>i!K Nicholas
,.,! Service. Greater Miami $$_ %;^m...... ,,
Federation. B'nai B nth .:,. in 2, 1.,
Zionist Organization of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,. .. ,,__. 11TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
ing are his wife, rann. a FOR DADE county, Florida.
Post Uff'ce I'.on II SMC
A nun 1 SV hool, Savanna >rd.
1 >epl
Savanna, llllnol*
are notl led i" sei \........>
answer to Divorce Complaint filed
iiKalusi >"ii on Pliilntiffs attoiuey.
tiKliRCK NICHOLAS, 812 N W. 12th
Wi Miami, l-iu., and rid orlKlnal
hli Clerk of this Cuurl on or before
... tobei 28, U*84, otherwlsi complaint
will be confessed by you.
DATKD September 17th, IH84.
K li. LEA VTHKRMAN, Clerk
11) MARtil'HRITE MoRFORIl. D.C.
'' I., 10-2, !'. 16
I
. :ul three sisters.
Inshe Ernes Rabbi
lead At 78
Spiritual leader of Anshe Ernes
rnacngue, Rabbi Abraham
rh. 78. oi 1945 SW 24th St..
led v 20.
'l!;il I Schwartz came to Miami
fir years ago from Key West.
hcri -.< officiated at the B'nai
n nagogue and served as a
|vy chaplain.
::ig are his wife, Blanche: |
S, Maurice and Maxwell.
Miami; a daughter, Mrs.
Simons, of Los Angeles;
r, Joseph of Miami; three
I grandchildren, and two
r.ndchildren.
were held Sept. 23 at
funeral Chapel.
in chancery
No. WC 10471
l.i:i IXARI > M FRIKDLAXI'.
Plaintiff.
vs.
' \N M. SCHRKIItKR,
i:t AL.
Defendnnti
NOTICE TO APPEAR
11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10314
SIRROX l'AILU. DIVISION "I
SIRROX KXTKRPRISKS, IXC.
.1 I. : SPRIXt! HILL I ARMS,
INC.
I'la in I iff
\ H.
MAN CRKSTALL
I lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl i: MAN CRKSTALL
Royal Qeoi-ge Hotel ________________
Kilinoiiion. Alberta, Cnnadu
JM5 ,v,i.,:,;:.,f!Y..::;;;:!;;:, C 'N_TH_cmco,T_coyRT.or.TH
been filed atfulnat you b) HIIUtoN
FARM, DIVISION of BIRROX BN-
TERFRIKF.S, INC., d/b/a SI'RINti
MILL FARMS, INC., whereby said
Plaintiff Beek payment for services
rendered to j.iu and your horse,
TO:
I.H.i.iA.N M SCHRK1UKR, and "OJRL APPEAL/"
if married. Bchrelber, her *"" ar required to aervi
a copy
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
Nd. 64C10264
THE PROVIDENT INSTITl'TION
FOR RAVINGS IN JERSET CITY, a
banking eorpornilon.
I'lalntlfl.
JAMES FREDERICK HB1.SEI* a
slnttle mm and MELL1E J. HKLSEL,
i ainsle woman.
Pefettdnnta.
notice bv publication
toil are hereby notified
thai a -nit I
Defend in
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO ROBERTO .:CAN LAtloMASIN
i- i:i:n ANi'iix. pan I
Flauboyani .- No. i:;
Hyde I'm'U
Rlu I 'i.-iii .o. I 'uerto Rii o
VOC ARE HEREUV not!.....I that
,i i 'ompli int for Dlvorci hns bi
filed nitalnsl >..... and you are hereto
required to serve a cop) of you
answer i" the Complulnt on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, LESTER KOOERS
whose addresH \* 2I N.W. Ilili Street,
Miami. Forlda, and rib- the urbjlnul
of the Anawer In thi office of the
Cleric of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit In and for Dade County. Florida,
o nor before the L'Ttli da) of October
1964, in default ol which the Com-
plaint "ill be taken :i> i.....fesaed b
you.
Dated this l^'b day of Septem-
ber, 164.
E. II. LBATHERMAX
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. ii'l'l'.I.AM'
Deputy Clerk
;i 3, 10-2, '.'. l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C10284
foreclose mortnaic. |SCAyxB CENTRAL MoRTOAfiB
Stir -
p -
I
lair
bl'n'
li irs
r :
|R>= 5 Nellie, f 134* Alton Rd .
. 21. i: ..-I., iK.
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'I Si SO, Riverside.
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tloi
IMER. Sura! ..f 111
LEGAL NOTICE
Florida. nami i) w ml to-wlt:
I...i 12, Block :. I l.oltll'A i'ITV
MANOR, being a part of the sub-
division of the North a., of the
NWVi of the SElj of Bectlon J'i.
Township i" South, Range '
East, according to plat filed No-
vember i. I''-"', recorded in Plat
Book -".'. pagi '-''. Public RecorUw
..i i ,uue < ount) Florida :
as heirs, devisees, grantees, auc-
reaaors, creditors, trustees, re-
ceivers, guardians, executors or
administrators, other claim-
anta b)', throuali and or under
li. said defendants.
V. il AND EACH >F V<" ARE
II i ,i: i .r. v i ot in .i thul .i Complaint
lo Quiet Title to the above .1. I Ih il
ir|iert) has been filed against you
ii ai i iiuli i
said complaint
judgment
againai you for ih.- Relief demanded
by you in the Amended BUI of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Dade County, Florida, thl*. 28rd di.)
ol Beptember. IW4.
E. B. LKATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
B> .1 V CAVANAUH tSeall
Deput) Clerk
:. .'.".. i" J. 16
against real and personal proper!) has
COMPANY, a Florida Corporation.
Plaintiff,
been filed against you in the nbov
Court by the Plaintiff, THE PROVI-
DENT INSTITI'TtON FOR SAVINGS |.:|;N;.:sT ELIRED HEATHCOCK
IN JERSEY CITY. .,,, IMOUENE HBAinii,K,
The proper!) >-.ti-in to be forecloa- hl> w.,fe ,., .,,
,1 i. a.- follows: ._._... Defendants
...i l in Block 20 of FIRST ADDI-
TION TO IVEST\V1MD LAKE,
in-cording to in.- rim thereof, re-
corded in i'l.ii Book 17, .il Page
>;t of ih.- Public Records of I Hide
County, Florida.
Yol" ARE Rc.yriRED to serve .i
......v of your enswer or other plead-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Ing' on Plaintiffs Attorney, MAL-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iiil.M II FR1EDMAX, :'!" s.iiuity
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Trust
SW Miami hi ihls ca and
i.. ill. an unauer t"
Hin- iih the PUi attorni y, J.
------- DAVID LIEBMAN, B:i3 North Krome
Avenue, Honusli ml. Florida, and 11
the original answer In Ihe office of
!: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of ladi
No. 64C 10333
III the Matter of:
Changing Name of
KK'HARD DENNIS RELLD,___
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
^.EVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
;r^0RIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
CCuNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. B4C 9815
W YtlRK tl.\NK Ft)R
r
iti
HOPKINS .1 iix.
n.i
".OTICE OF SUIT
I -1 -
I I:. pni
i "ount). Floi Ida, n or before 27th
.,..,...... I..I..I'. iv. i
k n '.i: \ ihkiiman.
I "let K ol Hi- i 'in llll i .on I
Uj i- COPKL.VND,
IH-pUl
I DAVID I.I IIM \N
Vttorm y for I ilnl "
...;: .Mirth Kio.iu
II..HI--I. i

Building. 119 East Flugler
Street, Miuml ::.'. Florida, und file the
original in the office ol the Clerk of
Hi.- above Court, on or before the
26th day of October, 11184, iii default
of which the Complaint will be taken
as ronfi ssed h jainsl you foi thi re-
APPLY FOR CHANCE OF NAME II. f requested in Plaintiff's Complaint
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and pleading-
NOTICE i- hereby given that thi DATED this 17th da) ol Seplem-
undersigned Petitioner, RICHARD ber. 1884.
DENNIS iiki.I.ii, whoae realdetice
i n
&l t i-'or divorce
. Hi ; inarriedi thei I'o: SARAI
. in -. .i
n i" Irs, di S>i
. |. x LR' '
trus- In I H
in.
. I i ., ..

:;iil Florida Boulevurd, Dade County,
Florldu, Intends to apply i" the Hon-
orable Francis J. Christie, Judg.....
the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and
for 1'.ml- County, Florida, 'i bin of-
il, ,. in thi l 'ads Count) Com tboiise,
ai |i A.M ou the 29th da) of to-
bei 1864, ......n ;l"'i' after as In
ma; lie heard foi an i >rd. r ch
name from RICHARD Df.XMs
ItKLLt), to RICHARD FREDERICK
ItELLi', b :' Il il ll li' tt :i! Ihi re-
after lie
Co
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ol I ii lined defi ml ei\e '" "' v,.
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led I hat tin tl -\m-'>i.i
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk *j\ ih. Circuit Court ol Dude
County, florldu
B) : HELEN KESSLER
ll.-.oilv I'lerk
'. 25, 1"-:'. 9, I'l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIP-3 IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. C'4C
THE V 4111151 ill SAVINGS
BANK
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Answei
.. I .1 .!
ii) ol the ii imed di
r | i omiuai
the PI SAXI
i I I,.,, been In- H KitAME 'I .i-'ii'.;'1" "
In the i'ii. lil U did ug, I Item li. Florid
.. jii in iii i'o.- n oi rib tin x -''. <" '""-
and Bade Count) to i the ofl Uei i ol tne i n-
.. i. ipon the foi- cull Coin I ihe i '
"- 'i Ibed i .. I proiwrt) :
v*
El-IXA1 x
I-
NOTICE OF SU.T
. :, TH I".! IERIDAN
I'l.'/ tl ETII I- SHERIDAN
his
6:14 E SI
NOTICE IS HEREBY l!l\ EN that '"'
! IMAX
Uioni.-i
II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I" Bill \< |5 I-. I KTll A I'I ll-
ll RU I IMi >M HEIGHTS
' \TES, ii- mm ding in the Plat
Bof, recorded In Plat Booh 68
agi 47 of tin- Pub,lc Records
.I- Coun.y. ii,,i Ida, together
' nei i. ii si.,1..laid Has H.W.
tor USo-AU; Modern Maid Oas
|-Top r.TW v OVBN UO-124;
1 laa W Heater S-:i...
I are required to file your an-
k) nlalntlfrs complaint with the
I of the aforesaid Court, and
opy therenl upon piaimlff s
I) MARTIN FINE, nib 1 loor,
; I deral Bullitlng. Miami ':.
imi lal : than October 27.
i l'. en .i.i 'onfesso ill be
gain i
P>: September L':'. l64,
B. LEATHERMAN,
i< of the Circuit Court
: ''. I c< IRELAND,
1 Clerk
IN FINE
i 'I
fi C l> i'l Hldg.
S., ii..
t 15, 10-S
r Ociobei R >oU full i" do -".
judgment b) default will '" taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice chall be published once
,.:.|, Week fout conaecutlve weeks
In THE JEM l.-ll I 1.1'Itll'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 15th da) of Septe......ir
A. I'. 1984 ,
K 11 LRATIfERMAN. Cleric,
Circuit 1'"'' "ocnt). Florida
(.-all '' I' CODELANU
In-onlv 1
8ANFORD H KRAMER
One Lincoln ii---! Building
Miami Beach, Florida Jt S-WH
Attornej l ilntlff ( ^ ^ )fl _,,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
N). 64 C 10147
JOHN DEN
plain
I SARAH N ''
Defel
Sol- 1IWII-I
PACT- KWITNEY OF
SILVERSTEIX, KWITNET A
iiuiniss
At tome) r..i Applicant
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Bi n ll. Iii'
: 1'".. in 2. 16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Norii'i: is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i" engage in
business under the fictitious nnme of
CAPRI t'PHOLSTERY ;ii TS2 NE 19th
Street, Miami, Florida Intend to reg-
lati r said name > Ith the Cli
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
1 \i;i.(is i:i:v
RA '' >MEZ
IfATTEN & VLEM
S W 51 h SI
icy & I lomel
...I U Bits u 60 Flral Addition 1
Carol City, according to the I'lal
thereof, r.....led In Plat Book '."
nt Page I of the Publli li. > ord
of Dnde County, Florida.
Von are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff* omntelni with the
Clerk of tii- aforesaid Court, and
serve ;t copy theerof upon plaintiffs
attorney. MAI! TIN FINE, nth Floor,
11.1,1, 1 'edi 1 Building, Miami :'.-.
i-Moii.i.i. later than October 27.
r.i'.i. ,.1 ., 11- !.-, Pro Confeaso will be
enten il ou
1. 1: LEATHERMAN,
I (ATI :i Septi mbei :'-'. 18 1
i'l, rk of 1 he 1 'ii. nit -: 11 -
B) 1' p 1 '1 .i'i:i. \.\ 1 >.
M Mil' S
At tot !'
Federal (
!' 25, 10, S
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
To: Ernest Eldred Hentlicock and
Imogene Heaihcock. Iii^ wife,
not known to be dead or allvi
and if dead, the unknown snousi
heirs, del es, grantees, aslgm 1
llenors, 1 redltors. trustees, or
..tii,.- claimants by tii 1.-mi0 un-
der or against, said Ernest El-
ili-.l HeaimiH'k and Imogi 1
Heuthcock, hi> wife. 01 either
of tli-in, and all parties having
or claiming t" have an) right
title or Interest in the propert)
described herein whose resldenci
i> nnUnoM ii
You are hereb) notified thai a 1
has been filed against you in thi
above identified Court bj Ihe above
named Plaintiff to foreclose a mort-
gage on 1I1- toil..win*; described
propel t) :
I...1 :. block t. of LAKEWOOD
ESTATES', according I" tin I'lal
thereof, recoriled In Plat Hook
page R4, of the Public Ri
1 M.i, 1 ,.inn ) I loi Ida, togethi
n ith ih. strin in and Improvi -
.....mi- ontaim 1 1 hi eon.
and you lire i iln il to fl
\ -..-I r ..i'i
to said 1 npl.iln Ihe Clerk i
iln- ,ili ve idciillfl
': iR
\-.\THA> 's
N'lirth J
I'l.iim
Ml.i :

E. ll I.MAX

fl) 1 I' I'OPEI.AXD
Deput) Clerk
9'3.i, 10-3,
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64123
in RE: Estate 1 ;
WILLIAM KARLIN.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi 1 son*
Having Claims or Demands Vgainsi
Said Eslate:
You are hereb I Red and requir-
ed to present in) alms and demands
which you ma) havi against ihe
eatati WI Ll I AM K Mil.IN. de-
. eased la te of Dadi 'ount >. i- lot id i.
t.. the 1 'ount) -i udgi ol D idi I'
t>. i.ml file the same In their offices
in the Count) Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, wltl n six calendar
in.in fis fi imi the da I of th
Heat ion ..... will be
barred
PEAR1 I vRI.IN
i'.MITv g ROT 1ER0
Bj 1: UJRET1 M I.' iTHEXB !Ri I
At to
Miami


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sptember 25, 1964 +Jm1$ii itDrtiMaun Page 11-B Ave., died Pep •• %  ••..• r. ROOT, Albert sii-rldan, 62. of 280a LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Pine Tree i> CASKILL. lull .. \. 80, I.I' 93411 I: ran LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64483 hi I'l Eats %  ARTHCR Tl'RKRTj n 'I. 11 \ VRoN Tl'HKEL I •-.-. :,., .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* nnd All Pi %  %  %  %  Claims ,.,• i lemands Against SHIII Estate: You are hereby notified nml required to preseni nny rlnlnifl anil <1raands which you ma) huve axalnst the eatate of ARTHt'TI TI'KKEI, .•I k H AARi N Tl'RKEI. d. In hade I'nunty, Klorlda, to the fount) Judges of Hade County, and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C0091 AKTHI'R AM. IN, Plaintiff, I1TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 10014 SIRRt i.\ FARM DIVISl! i.\ i .I' iRRi i.N INI KRPRISEs, i.\i .1 li a SPRIXtl llll.I. HARMS, INi I'laintirr \ M, \ ,i MI:SI.I:I: l %  • i. ii.i HI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl A. .1. MESI.ER 92 Hal—\ Strei i P.rookl) II. Nc >' %  • %  k IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64102 C in i:r i: -1:. 1 ..I STCART i :• 'I'l'. I i eased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All i'i son* Having Claim* or Demands Agninsl (ta111 Estate: V.ni .II In i. not Ifled ; %  i %  I required to present an) claim* and demands whleh on mi. have against t li eatate of STCART tiOFF, de. .;i -. • i late of I lade 'ount) rlo Ida, to the County Judge* of I Hide t'ounflle ii"si i duplicate provided in Section ::I3.16, Vj SIRRoN Florida Statutes, in their office* in FARM, DIVISION ..I SIRROX EXthe Count] Courthouae In Dade CounTERIitlSES INC., il li-a SPRIXt! ,\. Florida, U'tthln six calendar mi.I. FARMS, INC., vvherebj wild month* f i the time of the flral I'lalntlfl wek* pn.Miicnt for service* publication hereof, 01 the aume will rendered to >..n ami your horse, be buried. AlBERT aUADOW lert Quadow Isses At Age 70 fl'e the sam lunlieate and • pro"KIRK AT \\ 11 I,." Dated at Miami, Florida, ilil* IGth vlded in Bectlon 733.16, hlnrldn StaYou arc re'tulred to nerve .1 ropy day of Septemlier, A.O. 1964 tin.". In il ..••' %  .•,. 1.. rhe %  ••• "f your Answ.-i 1 I'leiidlnu; 10 the ALLEN 1:. liAHTLETT, SR. Courthouae in Hade County, Florida, Amended Hill "i Complaint on the Executor of the Estate oi within *lx calendnr months from the Plaintiffs attorney*, Vtil'Nti, CAPBtuart tJoff, Deceased tin f ih. flral publication hereof, OD1LCPO & HYMAX, l"7 Lincoln I Klrat publication of tins notice on or the same will Inbarred. K011U, Miami Reach, Florldu, and file I the 17th du> • •' September, 1961 Dated at Miami, Flnrldn thl* 18th the original Vnswer or Plcudlng in CI.A t'I %  %  : ,\i. HARXES da} of Beptember, A.D. 1M4, Ihe office of the clerk of the Circuit Attornej for Kxecutor .ll'UA TVRKBL ''..mi 1 before iiw 26lh |ay of 2ul Calumel Bldg. AH Executrix October, 1964. If you lull to do no, 1 First publication of ibis notl n Judgment b) default wil. > %  taken Mi,, j'.ili da) "f Sen IH against you foi the Relief demanded ii> you in tinAmended BUI of Com|i In IXK AM' iRDEREI 1 il Miami. Dade County, i'lmlda, tin!3ro daj of Si ptember, '•'"'• 1. K. R. I.EATHERMAX, 1 "jerk "i 1 'Ircult Court Hade County. Florida II) .1. V. CAVAXAUH (Seal) Heput) Clerk :> •.'".. in -'. 11. in : %  .: %  : I '. 16 JBAX AM.EN. I %  '.int.111! NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'I'i 1 .11 :.\ N AI.I.KN 7:'.l I Jim Ii Si • %  • Ba)Kid< 1 I, Queen* Ne Vork Vi.r ARK IIKRKHV notified tl 1 ,-i Complaint for l>lvorci ha* bi filed ngulnal ) ou, and you are hei • %  required to *ei v.* 11 cop) of x ou answer to the Complaint .01 the Plaintiffs attorney, LKSTKR RLHSERS whose address .:'^i X.M lnii Stre. Miuml, Forld 1. and file the .'i in 1 ..I 1I1.. Answer in the -% %  *••: tl Clerk of Hi' Eleventh .lu.li.inl 1 .nil in nml for Dude Count). Flol liln, 1. nor I., fore tin -Till da) of ii toln • IKtM, in default of ivhlch tin • plaint ill be 1 iki n as confi fsed > ,.n I >ATBD ilii>1 Mb da) of Septi 11 her, 1:0.1. I-;. I: LKATHKRMAX 1 Ii 1,of [he < ircult > 'ourt lly: C. I' COPEUAXH Deput) Clerk .1. Mosi:s i:i:i\'|.\\'i:i:i; Attoi ney i""i 1 Executrix .:M| Ainsli v I in Iditoj • Quadow. past prcsiaent Miami, Florida David Synafiosuc of 520 -". '" -_\ l_ Kd.. died Sept. 18 at the NOTICE UNDER %  n Services were held in FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V „ ,, 11 „„ c,.,i N'OTICK I.IIKRKI'.Y tllVKX that \ les Spector Hall on Sept. ,,,,. ,„„,..,, :L n (l ,., ; !IU ,,, „. (ioi'tloit Funeral Home in business under tin ctitlou* nun, of DKVRA-KI.M siMil.i:. ul 6\1 S\\ CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 64C10270 FRAXCKH IV \.\i: tiKNKST, Plain,i r, RtUlKRT liKRAI.D ISKXKHT I >.• 1.11.1 llll NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH£ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C0309 I:STIII:I: \i VRIA ZATARAIX d. I. A' ;. 1MASIX1 '. Plulntlff, IH lllh'RTl I 11' \\ 'A''.' i.MASIXl' Vnl. Ri'ttKRT tiliRAIJi tlKXKST, KURXAXDKZ I VN tl 1 1 „.,,„ hnro to '-"' Av Miami, rlorldn. Intend IN THE C | RCU | T COURT OF THE .ia(low. who came here 32 1,, register -.1 nun. with the clerk from Chicago, had also | 'f | ,, l l 1 ',' l '' '"** """ > president of Baron de I.EKXARD R MCMH.I.KX n Fund and the Florida %  West i'ia stret.Miaml, i'i... 612 X.W l-'io \\. Miami, Fla. ., member of the Jewish I:K<>I!K NICHOLAS ,.,! Service. Greater Miami $•$_ %;^ !" m ,,„ Federation. B'nai B nth %  • .:,. in 2, 1., • Zionist Organization of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,. .. ,, 11TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ing are his wife, rann. a FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Post Uff'ce I '.ON II SMC A nun 1 SV hool, Savanna >rd. 1 >epl Savanna, llllnol* are notl led i" sei \. > %  answer to Divorce Complaint filed iiKalusi >"ii on Pliilntiffs attoiuey. tiKliRCK NICHOLAS, 812 N W. 12th Wi Miami, l-iu., and rid orlKlnal hli Clerk of this Cuurl on or before ... tobei 28, U*84, otherwlsi complaint will be confessed by you. DATKD September 17th, IH84. K li. LEA VTHKRMAN, Clerk 11) MARtil'HRITE MoRFORIl. D.C. '' I., 10-2, !'. 16 I :ul three sisters. Inshe Ernes Rabbi lead At 78 %  Spiritual leader of Anshe Ernes rnacngue, Rabbi Abraham rh. 78. oi 1945 SW 24th St.. led v • 20. 'l!;il I Schwartz came to Miami fir years ago from Key West. hcri -.< %  officiated at the B'nai n nagogue and served as a |vy chaplain. ::ig are his wife, Blanche: | S, Maurice and Maxwell. Miami; a daughter, Mrs. Simons, of Los Angeles; • r, Joseph of Miami; three I grandchildren, and two r.ndchildren. • were held Sept. 23 at funeral Chapel. IN CHANCERY No. WC 10471 l.i:i IXARI > M FRIKDLAXI'. Plaintiff. vs. • \N M. SCHRKIItKR, I:T AL. Defendnnti NOTICE TO APPEAR 11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10314 SIRROX l'AILU. DIVISION "I SIRROX KXTKRPRISKS, IXC. .1 I. : %  SPRIXt! HILL I ARMS, INC. I'la in I iff \ H. MAN CRKSTALL I lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl i: MAN CRKSTALL Royal Qeoi-ge Hotel Kilinoiiion. Alberta, Cnnadu JM5 v,i. ,:, ; : f !Y %  .::;;;:!;;:, C 'N_TH_cmco,T_coyRT.or.TH been filed atfulnat you b) HIIUtoN FARM, DIVISION of BIRROX BNTERFRIKF.S, INC., d/b/a SI'RINti MILL FARMS, INC., whereby said Plaintiff Beek payment for services rendered to J.IU and your horse, TO: I.H.i.iA.N M SCHRK1UKR, and "OJRL APPEAL/" if married. — Bchrelber, her *"" ar required to aervi a copy ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY ND. 64C10264 THE PROVIDENT INSTITl'TION FOR RAVINGS IN JERSET CITY, a banking eorpornilon. I'lalntlfl. JAMES FREDERICK HB1.SEI* a slnttle mm and MELL1E J. HKLSEL, i ainsle woman. Pefettdnnta. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TOIL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a -nit I Defend in NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TO ROBERTO .: CAN LAtloMASIN %  iI:I:N ANi'iix. PAN I• Flauboyani .No. i:; Hyde I'm'U Rlu I 'i.-iii .o. I 'uerto Rii o VOC ARE HEREUV not! I that ,i i 'ompli int for Dlvorci hns bi filed nitalnsl > and you are hereto required to serve a cop) of you answer i" the Complulnt on the Plaintiffs attorney, LESTER KOOERS whose addresH \* 2I N.W. Ilili Street, Miami. Forlda, and ribthe urbjlnul of the Anawer In thi office of the Cleric of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County. Florida, o nor before the L'Ttli da) of October 1964, in default ol which the Complaint "ill be taken :i> i fesaed b you. Dated this l^'b day of September, 164. E. II. LBATHERMAX Clerk of the Circuit Court By: C. P. ii'l'l'.I.AM' Deputy Clerk ;i 3, 10-2, '.'. l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C10284 foreclose mortnaic. |„ SCA yxB CENTRAL MoRTOAfiB Stir p I lair bl'n' li irs r : |R>= 5 Nellie, f 134* Alton Rd 21. i: ..-I., i K •i Ra< :•. of :': 10 l 'olllns %  'I Si SO, Riverside. ?&. -aac, i of I'll tloi IMER. Sura! ..f 111 LEGAL NOTICE Florida nami i) w ml to-wlt: I... i 12, Block :•. I l.oltll'A I'ITV MANOR, being a part of the subdivision of the North a., of the NWVi of the SElj of Bectlon J'i. Township i" South, Range '•• %  East, according to plat filed November i. I''-"', recorded in Plat Book -".'. pagi '-'•'. Public RecorUw ..i i ,uue < ount) Florida : as heirs, devisees, grantees, aucreaaors, creditors, trustees, receivers, guardians, executors or administrators, ••! other claimanta b)', throuali and or under • li. said defendants. V. il AND EACH >F V< ARE II i ,i: i .r. v i ot in .i thul .i Complaint lo Quiet Title to the above .1. I IH il %  ir|iert) has been filed against you II ai •• i %  iiuli • i said complaint judgment againai you for ih.Relief demanded by you in the Amended BUI of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, thl*. 28rd di.) ol Beptember. IW4. E. B. LKATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court Dude County, Florida B> .1 V CAVANAUH tSeall Deput) Clerk :. •.'.".. i" J. 16 against real and personal proper!) has COMPANY, a Florida Corporation. Plaintiff, been filed against you in the nbov Court by the Plaintiff, THE PROVIDENT INSTITI'TtON FOR SAVINGS |. :|;N ;. :sT ELIRED HEATHCOCK IN JERSEY CITY. .,,„, IMOUENE HBAinii,K, The proper!) >-.ti-in to be forecloa, hl> w ., fe ,., .,, ,1 i. a.follows: ._._... Defendants ...i l in Block 20 of FIRST ADDITION TO IVEST\V1MD LAKE, in-cording to in.rim thereof, recorded in i'l.ii Book 17, .il Page >;t of ih.Public Records of I Hide County, Florida. Yol" ARE Rc.yriRED to serve .i v of your enswer or other pleadIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Ing' on Plaintiffs Attorney, MALELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iiil.M II FR1EDMAX, :'!" %  s.iiuity OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Trust SW Miami HI ihls ca -• and i.. ill. an unauer t" Hiniih the PUi attorni y, J. DAVID LIEBMAN, B:i3 North Krome Avenue, Honusli ml. Florida, and 11 • the original answer In Ihe office of !••: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of ladi No. 64C 10333 III the Matter of: Changing Name of KK'HARD DENNIS RELLD, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ^.EVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ;r^0RIDA. IN AND FOR DADE CCuNTY. IN CHANCERY No. B4C 9815 W YtlRK tl.\NK Ft)R r iti HOPKINS .1 iix. n.i %  %  ".OTICE OF SUIT • I -1 I I:. pni i "ount). Floi Ida, • n or before 27th .,.., I..I..I'. iv. i K n '.i: \ IHKIIMAN. I "let K ol Hii 'in llll i .on I Uj iCOPKL.VND, IH-pUl • • I DAVID I.I IIM \N Vttorm y for I ilnl ...;: .Mirth KIO.IU II..HI--I. i %  Building. 119 East Flugler Street, Miuml ::.'. Florida, und file the original in the office ol the Clerk of Hi.above Court, on or before the 26th day of October, 11184, iii default of which the Complaint will be taken as ronfi ssed H jainsl you foi thi reAPPLY FOR CHANCE OF NAME II. f requested in Plaintiff's Complaint TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and pleadingNOTICE ihereby given that thi DATED this 17th da) ol Seplemundersigned Petitioner, RICHARD ber. 1884. DENNIS IIKI.I.II, whoae realdetice i n &L T I-'OR DIVORCE Hi ; inarriedi thei I'o: SARAI in -. .i n i" Irs, di %  S>i |. • x LR' %  trusIn I H in. I i ., .. %  %  :;iil Florida Boulevurd, Dade County, Florldu, Intends to apply i" the Honorable Francis J. Christie, Judg the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and for 1'.mlCounty, Florida, 'i bin ofil, ,. in thi l 'ads Count) Com tboiise, ai |i A.M ou the 29th da) of • '• tobei 1864, n ;l "'i' after as In ma; lie heard foi an i >rd. r ch name from RICHARD Df.XMs ItKLLt), to RICHARD FREDERICK ItELLi b • : Il il %  ll li' tt :i! Ihi reafter lie %  Co l, ll. -''' RU HNNIS 111 %  M: nx S \ : lie) -I % %  ; | Mill I ol I II lined defi ml ei\e '" "' v ,. '" ,! V V. ,'! %  led I hat tin tl -\M-'>I.I E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk *J\ ih. Circuit Court ol Dude County, florldu B) : HELEN KESSLER ll.-.oilv I'lerk '.• 25, 1"-:'. 9, I'l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIP3 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. C'4C THE V 4111151 ill SAVINGS BANK Ell 'A Answei .. I .1 .! ii) ol the '• %  %  • • II imed di r | i omiuai the PI SAXI i I I,.,, been InH KitAME 'I .i-'ii'.;' 1 In the i'ii. lil U did ug, '• I Item li. Florid • %  .. JII in iii i'o.n oi rib tin x -•''. <" % % %  '" %  "%  and • Bade Count) to i the ofl Uei i ol tne i n.. i. ipon the foicull Coin I %  ihe — i "'i Ibed i • .. I proiwrt) : v* El -IXA 1 x INOTICE OF SU.T :, TH I".! IERIDAN I'l.'/ tl ETII ISHERIDAN his 6:14 E SI NOTICE IS HEREBY l!l\ EN that '"' IMAX Uioni.-i II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I" Bill \< |5 I-. I KTll A I'I llll RU I IMi >M HEIGHTS \TES, iiMM ding in the Plat Bof, recorded In Plat Booh 68 agi 47 of tinPub,lc Records .•ICoun.y. ii,,i Ida, together %  nei i. II si.,1..laid Has H.W. tor USo-AU; Modern Maid Oas |-Top r.TW v OVBN UO-124; 1 laa W Heater S-:i... I are required to file your ank) nlalntlfrs complaint with the I of the aforesaid Court, and opy therenl upon piaimlff s I) MARTIN FINE, nib 1 loor, ; I • deral Bullitlng. Miami %  %  :. imi lal : than October 27. %  i l'. en .I.I 'onfesso ill be gain i P>: September L':'. l64, B. LEATHERMAN, i< of the Circuit Court %  : ''. I c< IRELAND, 1 Clerk IN FINE i 'I fi C l> i'l Hldg. S., II.. t 15, 10-S r Ociobei • %  R >oU full i" do %  -". judgment b) default will '"• taken against you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice chall be published once ,. : „.|, W eek • %  fout conaecutlve weeks In THE JEM l.-ll I 1 .1 Itll'IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this 15th da) of Septe ir A. I'. 1984 K 11 LRATIfERMAN. Cleric, Circuit • %  1 '•"' %  "ocnt). Florida (.-all '' I' CODELANU In-onlv 1 • 8ANFORD H KRAMER One Lincoln ii--- %  Building Miami Beach, Florida Jt S-WH Attornej l ilntlff ( ^ ^ )fl „_,, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY N). 64 C 10147 JOHN DEN plain I SARAH N %  %  Defel Sol1 IWII-I PACTKWITNEY OF SILVERSTEIX, KWITNET A iiuiniss At tome) r..i Applicant 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Bi n ll. Iii' :• 1'".. in 2. 16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Norii'i: is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring i" engage in business under the fictitious nnme of CAPRI t'PHOLSTERY ;ii TS2 NE 19th Street, Miami, Florida Intend to reglati r said name > Ith the Cli Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1 \I;I. (is I:I:V RA %  • %  • >MEZ IfATTEN & •VLEM S W 51 h SI icy & I lomel ...I U Bits u 60 Flral Addition 1 Carol City, according to the I'lal thereof, r led In Plat Book •'." nt Page I %  of the Publli li. > ord of Dnde County, Florida. Von are required to file your answer to plaintiff* • omntelni with the Clerk of tiiaforesaid Court, and serve ;t copy theerof upon plaintiffs attorney. MAI! TIN FINE, nth Floor, 11.1,1, 1 'edi 1 Building, Miami :'.-. i-Moii.i.i. • % %  later than October 27. r.i'.i. ,.1 ., 1 1!.-, Pro Confeaso will be enten il ou 1. 1: LEATHERMAN, I (ATI :i Septi mbei :'-'. %  18 1 i'l, rk of 1 he 1 'ii. nit %  -: 11 B) 1' p 1 '1 .i'i:i. \.\ 1 >. M Mil' S At tot !' Federal ( !' 25, 10, S NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION To: Ernest Eldred Hentlicock and Imogene Heaihcock. Iii^ wife, not known to be dead or allvi and if dead, the unknown snousi heirs, del es, grantees, aslgm 1 llenors, 1 redltors. trustees, or ..tii,.claimants by tii 1.-mi0 under or against, said Ernest Elili-.l HeaimiH'k and Imogi 1 Heuthcock, hi> wife. 01 either of tli-in, and all parties having or claiming t" have an) right title or Interest in the propert) described herein whose resldenci i> nnUnoM II You are hereb) notified thai a 1 has been filed against you in thi above identified Court bj Ihe above named Plaintiff to foreclose a mortgage on 1I1toil..win*; described propel t) : I...1 :•. block t. of LAKEWOOD ESTATES', according I" tin I'lal thereof, recoriled In Plat Hook • page R4, of the Public Ri 1 M.i, 1 %  .inn ) I loi Ida, togethi %  n ith ih. strin in and Improvi mi• ontaim 1 1 hi eon. and you lire •• i iln il to fl \ -..-I r ..I'I to said 1 npl.iln Ihe Clerk i iln,ili ve idciillfl : iR \-.\THA> s N'lirth J I'l.iim Ml.i %  : %  E. ll I.MAX %  fl) 1 I' I'OPEI.AXD Deput) Clerk 9'3.i, 10-3, N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64123 in RE: Estate 1 ; WILLIAM KARLIN. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi 1 son* Having Claims or Demands Vgainsi Said Eslate: You are hereb • I Red and required to present in) • alms and demands which you ma) havi against ihe eatati %  •! WI Ll I AM K Mil.IN. de. eased la te of Dadi • 'ount >. ilot id i. t.. the 1 'ount) -i udgi ol D idi I' t>. i.ml file the same In their offices in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, wltl n six calendar in.in fis fi imi the da I of th Heat ion will be barred PEAR1 I vRI.IN I'.MITV g ROT 1ER0 Bj 1: UJRET1 M I.' iTHEXB !Ri I At to Miami



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Pcge B-B kwisti fhrtdBan Friday, Septeafr ^ ft HONCY WOMAN OF THE WEEK There's a big clan of Pallots. Horn;, found that out when she married E. Albert Pallot two years ago. She was a little overwhelmed at first, the actual count of Pal. 89 at their Seder at the Eden Roe hotel last I it: I since she came from a family of only one brother and sister, she was delighted to be part of such a big, wonderful family. Honey was named Hcrmine for her reci-headed grai.dfather. Herman But her teachers never pronounced her name right; so it evolved into H Jm(| of Alison Kim. r uc ... ** 1 2 5 ;,t wnui: tH Lauderdule ,,,' )h\ Lei iton was Daughter ol Mr and • %  Kaa %  l bride was att _\j „* "t D nicker. Barry %  om, son ol Hi ights. **| I \\ :. • K III MRS. JOSEPH WflSfLSffiG A graduate of Miami Beach Senior High. Mrs. Wieselberg attended the University of Miami Following thi couple will li\< 785 Ave. A graduate Miami High, the new K. .. tended the Uni\ c I She is now with the Nal I tiple Sclerosis S I seen t:iry to th< I : Her bridegro : _..,\ in Miami Senior High : 1 tended Florida Si tc L'r lie i* presentlx -oi. < Kent Clothing Co. in Miss Halper Ey ^belongs to Alpha Epsilon Phi p^ |f£g £fo% Her bridegroom 1a graduate ot the Lfniversit) of Miami and a member of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. He is presently a junior partner with F & W Sales Corp. Mr. and Mr.-. Tom 1 Bay Harbor, announce gagement of Eleanor Him Halper, 10321 E. Broadwe* Dtl First child. Renee Charlotte, 29 to the former Judith and Franklin D. KreutH I -'\ 10 St. The new mother on the facultj at Rockway 1 itary, and teaches at Temple Or Olom. Mr. Kreutzer is lu ite of the University ol Miami School of Law and serves as s pen isor of the Sunday School emple Judea. Baby as named an Sept. 3 in ceremonies conducted by Rabbi Norman N, Shapiro, i.iandparenls are Mr, and Mrs B n Jacobs, of .Miami and Loch Sheldrake, NY., and Mrs. Elsa Kreutzer, of Miami. Second son, John Edward, born Sept. 13 in Mercy Hospital to Gloria and William Trinkle, of Miami. He joins hibrother. William. Jr.. 3. Mrs. Rice Wears Peau de Soie A bridal gown of peau de soie and silk organza trimmed with seed pearls was the choice ol Stephanie Ann Glaubman when She married Michael Lawrence Rice on Saturday. Sept. 19. Officiating at the late evening nuptials was Dr. Irving Lehrman. Site of the ceremony, reception and dinner which followed was the Algiers Hotel. On their return from a Jamaican honeymoon, the couple will live at 3055 SW 1st Ave. .Maid of honor to the bride was Sharon Iris Kruger. Jane Anne Stone. Carol Hausman and Ilene Sue Glaubman served as bridesmaids. With Harry Goldstein as besl man. Jay Baum. Marvin Braum. Kenneth Hankin. Jerry" Jacobn, Barry McCabe, David Steinberg and Randy Glaubman ushered, Daughter ol Mr, and Mrs Daniel Glaubman, •>8t;i Pinetree Dr., the bi ide is graduate ol nd is no \ v ith the Hi n antile National 1: A research cytol h isl in the University I the bt 1a graduate ol Miami High. He is the son oi Mrs 11 irry G ildstein, 1200 NE 206th SI and tin Samuel Rice. I I I to Kenneth Nathaniel The bride-elect is the ol the late Mr and ,, Halper, of Golden Bi 5 future bridegro. in 1I Mrs Sidney 51 1 n, 1 Mass., and the late Mi The couple plan to in February, 1963. .>n. laugbJ lew 11 Membership Highlights Fete Membership 1 as hi. al the tirst. meeting ol stem Sisterhood held evening in th< Israeli 1 S ci.,1 Hall. The refreshments, ser Temple Sukkah. were n, anisl A regular business m : ol the Ni Yeai %  d bj Mrs. Stan president. % % %  11 • %  %  MISS RCCHUlt NOPOrf ^ OVERWEIGHT? TIRH3' M| TEN ~ REN* AH 6911 Coral Wei tuf J2 For Renloli Co" Wise Hadassah Meeting Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah was to hold a luncheon meeting on Thursday noon at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. M. Mintui was to be in charge of arrangements. MARKS Cleoning-Lauiidry \ Storage 1201-20th SliMt I JE 8-6104 Miami Beach OPfN 7 A.M. 9 P.M. Same Day SwvfeTlbmr An tura Chaia: >-— AAA^AAAAAAA


rage 6-A
*Jmi$i> ncridHar
Friday, September 25,
) I

Final Days of Sukkoth to be Opened
Continued from Paje 2-A
S icmini Atzcrpih services Sunday
at sundown and continue Monclny.
^ept. 28. at S' a.m.. followed by
tne traditional Yizkor memorial
rayer. Simchas Torah will be
launched with Hakofos on Monday
I t sundown, with the observance
including at services on Tues
iy.
:
At Tempi* Sinai of North Dado,
regular services will be held Fri-
ay evening at 8:15 p.m.. dedi
cated to Special New Member
Sabbath. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy
\ ill officiate. Subject of his ser-
mon is "The True Sanctuary Has
No Walls." Cantor Chet Gale and
the Temple Cho'r, accompanied
by Hy Fried, will render the mus
ical portions of the liturgy. Spec-
ial consecration service, honoring
new students of the Religious
School, will take place Sunday,
.-opt. 27. at 7 p.m.. as the festival
Sukkoth comes to a close.
Tifereth lirael Congr-.iation,
">oo No. Miami Ave., will launch
e final days of Sukkoth with
S lemini Atzereth services Sunday
- ipt. 27. at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Men
weraick will officiate. shemini
tzereth services continue Mon
ay, Sept. 28. :.t 9 a.m.. with Yiz
>r memorial prayers slated at
!i) a.m. Simchas Torah will com-
i lence with n.ikofos on Monday ,
7 p.m. The final days of Suk- i
!ii conclude Tuesday, with Sim-,
1 shas Torah services again slated
for 9 a.m.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky will of-
ficiate at Hcshana Rabbah ner-
vices of Temple Sholem of Holly-
wood, 1725 Monroe St., on Sunday.
Sept. 27. at 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Shemini AUereth services will be
Monday. Sep>. 28. at 9 a.m.. (el-
lowed by a sc.'mon. Vizkor mem
orial is slated for 10:30 a.m. Sim-
chas Torah will be launched Mon-
I nay at 7 p.m. Hakofcs continue
'on Tuesday. 9 a.m.. concluding
the final days of Sukkoth ohsei v
j ance. Cantor Ernest Steiner ren-
ders the musical portion of the
I liturgy.
* c c
Iloshana ftabbah services will
lies:in at 5:50 p.m. at Beth Israel
Congregation, 711 W. 40th St., on
Sunday. Scp-. 27. Rabbi Berel
Wein will officiate. Shemini At-
zereth services arc Monday. 8:30
a.m. and 5:50 p.m. Yizkor mem-
orial will be at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi
(Vein's sermon is scheduled as
"The Difficulty of the Departure."
Final day of Sukkoth will be ob
served with Simchas Torah Hflko-
fos on Tue day, Sept. 29, at !i
a.m. and 5:50 p.m.
Rabb Zevi Greenwald will of-
ficiate at the observance of the
final days ol Sukkoth at Southwest
Jewish Cent mi Sunday, Sept. 27. at 8 a.m.
Shemini Atzereth commences Sun-
day at 6 p.m.. and continues Mon-
day. Sept. .!8. at 9 a.m. Sermon
I will he "Tho Continuation oi Juda-
-in. Yizkor memorial will fol-
low Simchas Torah is launched
Mondaj al t> p.m.. with Hakofos
continuing dii sday. Sept. 29. al 9
a.m.. concluding the Sukkoth ob-
servance.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will of-
delate at regular Friday evening
services of Young Israel of Great-
er Miami, !'9'i NE 171st St.. at
6:15 p.m. Saturday services are
at 9 a.m. Sermon, at 10:30 a.m..
I is scheduled > "Final Judgment.'
Shemini Atzereth commences with
i services Sunday Sept 27. at 6:15
p.m. Final d:i>s of Sukkoth con-
i tinue Monday. Sept. 28. at 9 a.m..
followed by the traditional Yizkor
memorial prayer at 10:30. Sim-
chas Torah will be launched with
Hakofos on Tuesday at 9 a.m..
concluding the Sukkoth observ
a nee.
At Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora
Ave. Coral Gables, Rabbi Hershel
Brooks will officiate al Saturday
services :it : a.m. Sermon will
he "To Finish the Torah Shem
ini Atzereth, launching the
days of Sukkoth. will begin Sun-
day sept 27, al sundown Set
vices continue Monday, !
lowed by the traditional "i
memorial praj r Simchas I
will comment i with Hakol is I
day at sundown and co i
Tuesday, also :it 9 a.m. Sermon
topic Mondaj is scheduled as "We
Shall Not Forget." Cantor Ben
| Dtckson renders the musical por-
tion- of the liturgy.
Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan will of
ficiate al Shemini Atzereth ser-
vices Ol Temple AJath Y.eshurun,
1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr., on
Sunday. Sent 7, at 6 p.m. Phial
days of Sukkoth continue Monday,
Sept. 28, at 8:45 a.m.. followed
by Yizkor at 10:45 a.m. At 6 p.m.. i
1361
children of .he Ueh^T =,
will jo.n adults in lhc S.N"
Torah Hako,.s. Fi* *
sukkoth continues Tueada .
29. w.th Hakofos at 8 45 'I ^
tor Maurkv Net renders thai!
eal portions ol the U;w-,y J1"1"
Hoshana Rabbah will
ed at service, at 8 a m wi.
Continued on Page g-A
Days of Awe Won't Last the Entire Year
3y RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Temple Beth Sholem
of Hollywood
Sj nagogues and temples
hroughottl the world will be ob-
erving the closing days of Suk-
.oth this coming Monday and
Tuesday. During this period, we
complete the annual cycle of the
eading of the Torah.
A non-Jewish Biblical scholar,
.sir George Adam Smith, observ-
ed, The sheer vitality of the
treed, both physical and spiri-
ual. has been so intense, and
lespite demoralizations and dis-
inters sufficient to have shat-
ered other peoples, it has been
o enduring, as to empty sources
f blood and brain uncommonly
rich and vigorous. To whatever
fource we may ascribe those in-
spirations, it is clear that the
:uel necessary to them, the
sheer human material indispen-
-able for their display to the
world and their tradition to later
gcs. was of marvelous strength
and exhaustless powers of re-
lenishmcnt and endurance."
This very life-giving substance
has enabled the Jew to endure
II hardships and obstacles.
How very sad to see is the ef-
feet of so many of our people
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Torch el learning
dropping the yoke of the Torah's
crown and majesty. Only a few
days ago, even the Jew who
strayed and was somewhat way-
ward, found his way back to the
synagogue and Temple. If nec-
essary, he bought tickets to in-
sure a pew for him to sit in. Now,
that pew is still available to him
without the necessity of buying
a ti.-ket. He can walk into God's
House and find himsell and his
Maker. Well, has he imbued so
much religiosity during the three
days to last him for a whole
year? I sincere!) doubt the
legitimacy ol his having receiv-
ed enough in three days lo last
for 365.
The Torah is our Tree of Life.
It is divided into portions read
every Sabbath and holiday, not
relegated to annual remem-
berance> only. The strength we
received shall continue to be his
only if he resolves after the Holy-
Days to make every day God's
and every week Synagogue Week.
Within a matter of minutes af-
ter concluding the Torah, we
begin it anew.
May the solemnity that engulf-
ed our people during the Days
of Awe be carried over to the
balance of the year and. there-
by, enable us still to be the peo-
ple of spiritual strength and bear
the torch of learning, freedom
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Page 10-A .Mnisf fkridliari Friday. Septenir 23, 1964 Satisfaction Noted With Demo Plank Continued from Page 1-A The words of Proverbs 31 — "Strength and dignity are her clothing" — find expression in the face of a senior citizen in Israel, a member of the first Golden Age Club to be established in Haifa. Membership in the group, which meets daily at the Haifa Community Center, a joint project of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America and Canada, has reached 120 with the oeginning of the new season Food Fair Plan For JFK Library Area youngsters will have an i pportunity to help build the John F. Kennedy Memorial Librarv through a civic project being launched next Wednesday by Food Fair Store.-. Inc. Called "Work a Day for JFK."" the project is an appeal to boys DOG RACING EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY HO MINORS TWIN DOUBLE Admission 50c RES. CALL 754-3484 SMART CORAL TIRRACE RESTAURANT and girls 1" work one day, individually or in groups, at a variety of jobs and to contribute Iheir earnings to the Kennedy Library Fund. Complete details are contained in a special leaflet available at all Food Fair supermarkets starting next Wednesday. Similar projects have been held throughout various parts of the nation with thousands of youngsters participating. The Food Fair leaflet lists some 45 ways in which these boys and girls aided the Library Fund. They range from baby-sitting, -hininy shoes, and washing cars, to picking fruit, running errands tor neighbors, and selling homemade Italian noodles. Each youngster who works a day for JFK will receive a letter I thanks from Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy. In addition, the name of each contributor will be listed in a permanent file at the Library. In commenting on the project, Louis Stein, president of Food Fair, noted that his firm is "proud to be a part of this worthwhile endeavor. The boys and girls who "Work | a Day for JFK'," said Mr. Stein, "will gain an invaluable sense of responsibility while helping to memorialize our late President." kept alive by Arab rulers as a political Sword of Damocles poised oxer Israels head. The^ Democrats took a current look at the realities of the situation. Their, platform pledged encouragement Of "the resettlement of Arab re-| fugees where there is room and opportunity" — obviously, in the spacious and underdeveloped; Arab lands, I Israel's future development' aspirations are linked with the. • LBJ Plan." But how far would; the United States go in implemeriting the anticipated recommendations of a pending study? The platform stressed American] determination "to help bring the, revolution in the technology of I desalination." This was a clear I indication of favorable action in I Washington later this month,, when Israeli and American ex-i perts discuss the recent survey and make recommendations. Implementation of the "LBJ Plan"; I would not only provide inexpengive water for the Negev, but alsoi cheap electrical power. It had been rumored at AtI lantic City that the President wished a brief platform stating Democratic policies in broad terms. He was said to view with dirfavor a cumbersome and detailed series of commitments on many complex problems. But proponents of a strong proIsrael policy pointed out the necessity for specific, spelledout stands involving Israel. The American-Israel relationships, lacking any formal defense pact or treaty, differs from American policies involving other nations. Platform Committee. The party wanted to show that it rejected such views and maintained its traditional attitude toward Israel. The response of pro Israel witnesses who testified before the Democratic Platform Committee reflected more satisfaction than was experienced by advocates of the Israel cause at the Republican convention in San Francisco. The Democratic platform coincided with the GOP stand on one point-Soviet anti-Semitism. The Democrats said "we deplore, Communist oppression of Jews and other minorities." A similar stand was taken by the Republicans. This confronted the Kremlin with solidarity by the two great American political parties on this issue, and dramatized American public opinion. There were sharp differences in the two platforms. The Democrats denounced "the extremist tactics of such organizations as the Communist Party, the Ku Klux Klan and the John Birch Society." Sharm El-Sheikh in thf | -..t'i i tion guarantees Israel's Desert. The Sharm El-Slun i "p,""' r> tedom of shipping through toe uH ,,t Akaba. Balkin Lodge In Presentation Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge leld a meeting Sunday evening Cusani's Restaurant. Wives o members, and members of the ilhert J. Balkin Chapter. B'na. B'rith Women, were gue>ts Following dinner, a cl nmatic presentation, "What is u Good Jew," was offered. Participants were Judge S. A. Robbins and Attorneys Allan <;. Cohen. Malcolm Friedman, Mur' ray Shear, Barry Rothenberg. Program was directed by Larry Kaplan. Adult Education Committee chairman, and was the first i in a monthly workshop series o,f the problems of modern Judaism to be presented by the Iodg<-. ents watc •Sot Will' U III I Another reason for a strong pro-Israel plank was the series of hostile. anti-Israel witnesses who appeared before the Democratic Immigration reform sought by most Jewish organizations was pledged by the Democrats. A plank asserted that "the immigration laws must be revised to permit families to be reunited, to welcome the persecuted and oppressed, and to eliminate the discriminatory provisions which base admission upon national origins." Another aspect of interest to Jews was the Democratic pledge to strengthen the United Nations capacity as a peacekeeper, and maintain a continued U. N. "guard on armistice lines" in the .Near East. 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rage 6-A *Jmi$i> ncridHar Friday, September 25, ) I Final Days of Sukkoth to be Opened Continued from Paje 2-A S icmini Atzcrpih services Sunday at sundown and continue Monclny. ^ept. 28. at S' a.m.. followed by tne traditional Yizkor memorial rayer. Simchas Torah will be launched with Hakofos on Monday I t sundown, with the observance including at services on Tues iy. %  : At Tempi* Sinai of North Dado, regular services will be held Friay evening at 8:15 p.m.. dedi cated to Special New Member Sabbath. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy \ ill officiate. Subject of his sermon is "The True Sanctuary Has No Walls." Cantor Chet Gale and the Temple Cho'r, accompanied by Hy Fried, will render the mus ical portions of the liturgy. Special consecration service, honoring new students of the Religious School, will take place Sunday, .-opt. 27. at 7 p.m.. as the festival Sukkoth comes to a close. Tifereth lirael Congr-.iation, • ">oo No. Miami Ave., will launch e final days of Sukkoth with S lemini Atzereth services Sunday ipt. 27. at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Men weraick will officiate. shemini tzereth services continue Mon ay, Sept. 28. :.t 9 a.m.. with Yiz >r memorial prayers slated at !i) a.m. Simchas Torah will comi lence with n.ikofos on Monday 7 p.m. The final days of Suki •!ii conclude Tuesday, with Sim-, 1 shas Torah services again slated for 9 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate at Hcshana Rabbah nervices of Temple Sholem of Hollywood, 1725 Monroe St., on Sunday. Sept. 27. at 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Shemini AUereth services will be Monday. Sep>. 28. at 9 a.m.. (ellowed by a sc.'mon. Vizkor mem orial is slated for 10:30 a.m. Simchas Torah will be launched MonI nay at 7 p.m. Hakofcs continue 'on Tuesday. 9 a.m.. concluding the final days of Sukkoth ohsei v j ance. Cantor Ernest Steiner renders the musical portion of the I liturgy. c c Iloshana ftabbah services will lies:in at 5:50 p.m. at Beth Israel Congregation, 711 W. 40th St., on Sunday. Scp-. 27. Rabbi Berel Wein will officiate. Shemini Atzereth services arc Monday. 8:30 a.m. and 5:50 p.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi (Vein's sermon is scheduled as "The Difficulty of the Departure." Final day of Sukkoth will be ob served with Simchas Torah Hflkofos on Tue day, Sept. 29, at !i a.m. and 5:50 p.m. Rabb Zevi Greenwald will officiate at the observance of the final days ol Sukkoth at Southwest Jewish Cent p.m.. with Hakofos continuing dii sday. Sept. 29. al 9 %  a.m.. concluding the Sukkoth observance. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will ofdelate at regular Friday evening services of Young Israel of Greater Miami, !'9'i NE 171st St.. at 6:15 p.m. Saturday services are • at 9 a.m. Sermon, at 10:30 a.m.. I is scheduled > "Final Judgment.' Shemini Atzereth commences with i services Sunday Sept 27. at 6:15 p.m. Final d:i>s of Sukkoth coni tinue Monday. Sept. 28. at 9 a.m.. followed by the traditional Yizkor memorial prayer at 10:30. Simchas Torah will be launched with Hakofos on Tuesday at 9 a.m.. concluding the Sukkoth observ a nee. At Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora Ave. Coral Gables, Rabbi Hershel Brooks will officiate al Saturday services :it :• a.m. Sermon will he "To Finish the Torah Shem ini Atzereth, launching the days of Sukkoth. will begin Sunday sept 27, al sundown Set vices continue Monday, lowed by the traditional "i memorial praj r Simchas I will comment i with Hakol is I day at sundown and co i Tuesday, also :it 9 a.m. Sermon topic Mondaj is scheduled as "We Shall Not Forget." Cantor Ben | Dtckson renders the musical portionof the liturgy. Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan will of ficiate al Shemini Atzereth services Ol Temple AJath Y.eshurun, 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr., on Sunday. Sent £7, at 6 p.m. Phial days of Sukkoth continue Monday, Sept. 28, at 8:45 a.m.. followed by Yizkor at 10:45 a.m. At 6 p.m.. i 1361 children of .he Ueh^T =, will jo.n adults in lhc S .„ N Torah Hako,.s. Fi sukkoth continues Tueada 29. w.th Hakofos at 8 45 'I ^ tor Maurkv Net renders thai! eal portions ol the U; w -, y J 1 1 Hoshana Rabbah will ed at service, at 8 a m wi Continued on Page g-A Days of Awe Won't Last the Entire Year 3y RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood Sj nagogues and temples hroughottl the world will be ob•erving the closing days of Suk.oth this coming Monday and Tuesday. During this period, we complete the annual cycle of the eading of the Torah. A non-Jewish Biblical scholar, .sir George Adam Smith, observed, The sheer vitality of the treed, both physical and spiriual. has been so intense, and lespite demoralizations and disinters sufficient to have shatered other peoples, it has been •o enduring, as to empty sources f blood and brain uncommonly rich and vigorous. To whatever fource we may ascribe those inspirations, it is clear that the :uel necessary to them, the sheer human material indispen-able for their display to the world and their tradition to later gcs. was of marvelous strength and exhaustless powers of relenishmcnt and endurance." This very life-giving substance has enabled the Jew to endure II hardships and obstacles. How very sad to see is the effeet of so many of our people RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY Torch el learning dropping the yoke of the Torah's crown and majesty. Only a few days ago, even the Jew who strayed and was somewhat wayward, found his way back to the synagogue and Temple. If necessary, he bought tickets to insure a pew for him to sit in. Now, that pew is still available to him without the necessity of buying a ti.-ket. He can walk into God's House and find himsell and his Maker. Well, has he imbued so much religiosity during the three days to last him for a whole year? I sincere!) doubt the legitimacy ol his having received enough in three days lo last for 365. The Torah is our Tree of Life. It is divided into portions read every Sabbath and holiday, not relegated to annual rememberance> only. The strength we received shall continue to be his only if he resolves after the HolyDays to make every day God's and every week Synagogue Week. Within a matter of minutes after concluding the Torah, we begin it anew. 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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY folun.e 37 — Number 39 Miami, Florida, Friday, September 25, 1964 Two Sections — Price 20 BI morning YORK — Myer Feldman, o President Lyndon B. will be guest of honoi • cial session on Sundax Oct 4. the final day ol i the ti i ; %  > Sessions of the 67th annua i invention of the Zionist Organization of America, due to open ( n Thursday. Oct. 1. at the Willan Hotel in Washington, D.C., with : I expected attendance ol more than 1.000 delegates from ill I parti Of the country. \n>ng to a joint announcement t":• Dr. Max Nussbaum. ZOA presidi i and I. S. Turover, na tional -vention chairman. Feld man w be presented with a citation lest fying to the award of a scholarship grant to a young student I' full course ot study in Kfar 5 ver, ZOA agricultural training school, near Ashkelon in Israel. KfiSilver, which now has a tofal t-'ollment of 310 students, boys *-d girls between the ages of 14 -o 17 from all parts of the weld, is the only American charter


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-cr '-. '. 3e*ist ritrrt&r Friday. Septr-ber 25, 1964 Final Days of Sukkoth t7* i-A : t r. %  •AIU b* M The fcsMssOtll of '!' % %  „, Tlbor li Btwn la will ,. in ervto including lot ib ot> 1 ''' ,mM speak %  %  awJ Mirvthi. %  n, em orate Shemia. Atze: a an( i hu Torah All fir--,s(u of 'h'; Religious ar.; Hebrew A el will be blessed Yizkc* ^ on Sept. 28. at I ., m special ten ..-< %  5„£ %  -" %  %  r Shan, MS: Hr> ;*• -.fca: MjtZVab -.-----•%  .: .->. -.*.-.' the %  .-. -..--.< %  '-. -• %  at by '. lof ... I • •• an/i %  • At Agudirh Israel Hebrew Imt.nt, :=>'.: Ave Praia] .' -. :. v. Ka a* Saooatn Ser-.• ..'->;.-•: a iiifj .T. .•-. I :i-. E-.<-r officiating Portion of the Las i RabbaB *ill be 5 mta 27 at 7 45 i %  %  :. ..•' li ". i". p m Final da)s of 3 % dents ar :: a E % %  • r Prayer D a Fesl '' ;• 28 ; ; %  = -•"-.;- Corgr*. %  I both obser.r.ce Honing sexID 21 I %  ••: (Of 1 4 r a %  Sunday <-.<--..r.i services "^ill begin at 630 f %  Y.z*o.rr.emonai pra;,<:rs or, Mor.da;. a.-', -iiieduled for 10 a.m. and durcng Lie 7 p.m. services. ne in S.rr.chas Torah. serDOB topic will be Please Stay Terrp'e Beth Shirah, • Beth Tor.h Zanjrega, r %  £ %  • -" by Mincha a %  t 8:4 • %  it Sui I m (am ; %  ler • I '-' ::.a m I., ) IIC Investors To Hear Report %  :-' Israel Rabbi Samuel Jaffe *ill conseate *:. ne* and % %  :•' trade -" i I tbc : • School of : imi rtockboUen I %  -" %  In-.. Hporation I "2 raUUoo lit is an Amerv ^n a d.nner meeting at ,^ uUh ,^ g^ Thursda;.. Oct 1. at c t, an2e Commission and eane into the Deauvilte Hotel. eing at the reqaest of ie Israel Ho-


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*Jrn>l*l> fh^rlrtlrtn Page 5 B Education Bureau Plans Annual Meeting Nov. 15 MISS UUIAM GOODMAN ^Women's League Tea Oct. 1 I Branch oi the Nationa League 'I the Jewish :i sin.n...i oi America .has Torah" tea ,.i%  ,' day. Oct. I, l p.m. in the home of Mrs. Leo Berman, 4285 Meridian Ave. The social will eelerate the combined campaign of orah and Residence Hall. Chairman is Miss Lillian Goodi an. ol Temple Emanu-El Sisterwho is Florida Branch COrdinal ch president is Mrs Harold llcinhard; vice president. Mrs. iur Mann; Mrs. Samuel Sa'piro and Mrs. Nate Spiegelman, airmen. Highlight of the afternoon will be a talk by guest speaker. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader i Temple Emanu-El. Entertainment will be offered by Mrs. Murray Koretzky, soloist, ..lid Mrs. Ben Ball, pianist. Releshments will be served. Miss Goodman is also in charge reservations. The 23rd annual dinner of the iureau of Jewish Education will be .rhI on Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m. at the diplomat Country Club, accord,ig to an announcement by Al hernian, dinner chairman. The dinner will salute educaonal directors of Jewish schools 1 the community who have given brae or more years of service and ormally install the new officers of ae Bureau. Featured speaker of the evening Jeach High PTA vleet Tuesday Board of Directors of Miami leach Senior High School PTA, ill meet on Tuesday, 10 a.m., at he home of Mrs. Paul Pollak, .750 No. Bay Road. Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg. presi lent, will conduct the meeting mportant items on the agenda vill include presentation ol the 964-65 budget for approval, plans or "Back to School Night"' to be icld on Oct. 6. and the Veteran's )ay faculty luncheon. Faculty representatives will include Mr. David Perrin. William tyrd. and Steve Moore, principal ;f Miami Beach Senior High School will be Claude Pepper. Congressman from Florida. Sherman announced the mem era of bis committee, still in ormation. as follows: Wilbur Aaronson. Mr. and Mrs. oseph Abelow, Alex Aronotf, Sidey Aronovitz. Rabbi Shimon Azuly. Judge F'rederick N. Barad, dr. and Mrs. M. A. Baskin. Mr. nd Mrs. Theodore Berman, Mrs. lorothy Brown. Rabbi Jonah Capin. Dr. Sol Center. Mr. and Mrs oseph Cohen, Mrs. Louis Cohen, ir. Maxwell Dauer. Mrs. Joseph luntov. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, lartin Fine. Mrs. Dorothy Kriegt Fink. Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn B. 'rumkes. Bernard Furman. Louis Gadon, .Ir. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. \braham J. Gittelson, Mrs. Louis Glasser. Harry Kessman, Nathaniel Glickman. Leon Goldberg. Louis Heiman. Dr. A. Helfman, Samuel Hollander. Morris Honighaum, George Katzman, Mrs. Jack Katzman. Sidney Kay. Mrs. Eli King. Mrs. Pearl Koenigsberg, Max Kolker, Morris Krevat, Dr. Milton Lubarr. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. Solomon Schiff, Lester Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Al Sherman, Murray Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simonoff. Dr. .and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff. Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mr. and Mrs. John Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thurman, Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Unterman, Charles Weinberg, Morris | Weiss. Mrs. Leonard Wolf, Raphael 1 Yunes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis and ; Leonard Zilbert. The committee represents membership of the Board of Directors of the Bureau and delegations from 38 Jewish schools supervised by the Bureau. Oscar Mamber. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Florence Muchnik, Mrs. David Muskat. Mr. and —— Mrs. Albert Ossip, Mr. and Mrs. Temple I'lOlt Meeting Joseph Post. Lee Rachline, Max Rappaport, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Hyland Rifas, Leo Robinson, Mrs. Wayne Rogers, Al Roth, Jacob Sachs, Lawrence Scherr, Rabbi Temple Zion Sisterhood's first meeting in the new Temple, 8000 Miller Rd., was held on Wednesday evening. Morton Towers Oneg Shabbat Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president if Morion Towers Group o! Hadossah, announces an oneg habbat on Saturday, l p.m., in :he Recreation Room. Mas Mann, guesl speaker, will liscuss "Jewish Life During Jewish Renaissance." MrBess Maneschewitz. chair man, will discuss the Sukkoth holidays. Dora Stein Unit Traditional Dinner Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will have a traditional dinner following 5:30 p.m. sen aes on Friday. Oct. 9. Only advanced reservations will be accepted. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Ar.m Bellenkoff, and Mrs. Sara Mitchell is in charge of tickets. Sisterhood president is Mrs. Chester Letter. BB Women Will Help at Confab Miami Council of B'nai B'rith Women and personnel in its nine affiliated chapters have again volunteered to aid on the President's Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped. At the National Association of Insurance Agents convention at the Fontainebleau Hotel, volunteers from the nine B'nai B'rith Women's chapters in Miami will man the Employ the Handicapped exhibit. 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Friday. September 25. 1964 *Jenisti ftcridiar Page 7-A American Prelates Press Jewish Issue Barry Moss, ninth grade student at the Hebrew Academy, is cited by the Executive Club of Miami Beach with the organization's Youth of the Month Award. The award, presented monthly by the Executive Club, is made to the student selected by the school's faculty as the outstanding student in citim=Vp and scholarship. Making the presentation is Dr. Ipi -!B'rk" chairman of the Youth of the Month Committee for ,x "ch b. Looking on are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss, parrru01 Be" Beth Torah Holds Israel Dinner Here; 500 Honor Leader Dave Margulies An overflow audience of nearly HI joined in celebrating Israel's %  ,th year Of independence and lid tribute to Congregation Beth rorah leader Dave Margulies last Saturday evening. Responding to stirring addresses by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Beth Torah's spiritual leader. U.S. Si n, Wayne Morse, and U.S. Rep. I laude Pepper, members of the THIS IS NEWS' WHY PAY 4', OR 5%? OUR • NEW CAR LOANS ARE ONLY DEAL DIRECT FOR THE MONEY YOU MID! Hi* tr lists' Cars! JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON /f\ NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH A-thur Godfrey Road at Pinettee Drive BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived" congregation and friends purchased a record Bum of S109.000 in State of Israel Bonds as an expression of their participation in helping [srael'8 continuing independence through developing economic strength. Rabbi Lipschitz expressed warm gratification with the reI sponse in Israel Bond purchases and laM, "These wonderful rt' suits are a reflection of our congregation's growth in the com| munity, of our members' great awareness of community re| sponsibility, and of our joy in talcing an important share in the wonderful task of helping to build a strong Israel." Participating in the program were Irving Newman, who served as toastmaster; Richard Sneider, congregation president; Mrs. StanIcy stein. Sisterhood president, who was chairman of the Host Committee; and Mayor Arthur Snyder, of North Miami Beach. One of the colorful highlights Of the evening was the kindling of the Menorah of State. Participating in the ceremony were Sam Dorfman, Stanley Stein. i Samuel Fox. Henry Gilbert, Solo tnon Sandier, William Dickman. Jerry Dudell, Joseph Schmier, Ralph Base, Maximillian Feldsiein. Morris Young. Dr. Morton Rosenbhith, Morris Goldfarb, Edwin Chayt, Stanley Friedman. Nat Glazier, Sy Reese and Neil Shteir, Continued from Page 1-A cated that they will support actively a stronger declaration. The exception is James Francis Cardinal Mclntyre, of Los Angeles, who once declined to sign a petition condemning antiSemitism in the Soviet Union on Ihe grounds that his anti-Communist views were already well enough known. The fight of the American preatcs to secure a clear-cut Coun:il statement clearing the Jews >f all charges of deicide is led >y Richard Cardinal Gushing of Boston. It is backed by a great najority of the 240 American jishops attending the session. At a meeting last week attended by 170 of the U.S. bishops, it was unanimously decided to work for the improvement of the current draft. The bishops agreed that, even in the time of Christ, the Jews could not be held responsible for the crucifixion. One bishop asserted that the Jews are no more responsible for the death of Jesus than were the people of Dallas lor President Kennedy's assassination. The fight for a stronger draft if the declaration on Jews is being backed by Joseph Cardinal Hitter, of St. Louis, and Albert Cardinal Meyer, of Chicago. Francis Cardinal Spellman, of New York, has similarly expressed the view that the deicide charge mould be strongly refuted. He is recovering from an illness in NewYork, and was expected to arrive here in time to participate in the lebate. The stand of the American prelates on exonerating the Jews from the charge of deicide is backed by many important archbishops and bishops of France, West Germany, Belgium, Austria and Latin American countries. The original draft—presented to the Council at its second session last year but not acttttfst? T\R>? Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes-Swiss Kriss Mineral and Whirlpool Baths Massage Complete Gymnasium-Swimming Pool MODERATE RATES > DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL mM For Men and Women FR 9-8861 (ask for "Spa") ed on—repudiated the deicide charge specifically. That statement said that Christ died to atone for the sins of all mankind, and that the Jews could not be held to special accountability. However, this draft was withdrawn as a result of objections of bishops from Arab countries and the conservative theologians of the Roman Curia. Subsequently, the draft was considerably revised, stating only that the Jews of 'our time" are not responsible, and eliminating use of the word "deicide." In addition, the revised draft contains what many Jewish leaders regard as an unfortunate stress on the Church's traditional hope lor the conversion of Jews to Christianity. The text of the revised draft was published in the United States on September 3, and touched off a storm of criticism. The Council press office publishi ed a substantial summary of the i revised draft with a lengthy introduction, explaining its genesis and | significant dates in its four years of development. One introductory statement was that there were 70 pages of amendments and proposals to the original text, which had ] been examined at a meeting of the Secretariat in Arricia near Rome last spring. A press panel of American bishops was the occasion for an explanation that a declaration receives the same complete treatment before the Council as does a decree. The reply was given in response to a question about the declarations on the Jews and on freedom of religion. According to the explanation, the declarations, when passed, I will he published like any other : Council proclamation, and will be [ as binding and siginificant. The ; bishops said that the exact effect : would depend on concrete appli| cation and by the impact of each 'element of the declarations carried at the pastoral level. Bishop James Edward McManus of Puerto Rico, when asked how the declaration might be received, said it was inconceivable that it could be ignored because it was a statement of principle by the Pope and Council, when approved, and would have the greatest authority and binding force. The Secretariat for Christian Unity, headed by Augustin Cardinal Bea, was informed about Jewish reactions to the revised draft of the declaration, it was stated at a press conference today by Archbishop John Heenan of Westminster. He said also IhaL, the Secretariat, which had first presented the earlier draft of a declaration on the Jews had informed Jewish circles on the issue. He added he was certain that the current session of the Council would vote on a declaration on Jewish-Catholic relations, but declined specific comment on the revised version of the proposed declaration. Since the draft was due for early debate, he said, he would not speak on this "delicate matter Archbishop Heenan also said thai the Secretariat headed by Cardinal Bea has had several meetings on the matter, and that he was convinced that there would be several "intervention' in the session on the draft He was asked whether it was true that the wording of the revised draft calls for conversion of Jews to Christianity, and replied that an authoritative reply to that complaint also wouid be given in debate. An editorial in Ave Maria, a Roman Catholic weekly published by the Holy Cross Fathers, appealed to the Ecumenical Council fathers to act in the spirit of love regarding the proposed declaration on relations with the Jewish people. Canadian Lord Calvert is the great Canadian whisky with the funny price. This is one of the best whiskies ever made in Canada. Yet it's priced at about $1 less than you'd expect. Odd. But explainable: We're bringing Canadian Lord Calvert across the border in barrels and bottling it in the U.S.A. This way we save enough money in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar off the price of every fifth. 0i ( The whisky itself is incomparable. There's never been one like it. We o\\ n five great old distilleries in Canada. ..all the way from British Columbia to Quebec. And every one of them got in on the act of making Canadian Lord Calvert. This is a very serious Canadian w hisky. Only the price is funny. i CA\ \\\\.., CANAMAN WHISKY-A HI IND--0 I'RoOr-IMPORTFD BY CUVF.HT Dl.TII LESS CO. NYC ,• %  .



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Page 8-B ^Jmlstifhrldlan Friday, September 23, 1964 I!,:• 1 iiii)imiuuiuiiitrI '" %  ... tz/rbovit people and f^laccs ... OLYMPIC GAMES OF THE KITCHEN The I'illsburg 16th Grand National Recipe and Baking Contest at the Americana Hotel was fabulous. One-hundred stoves were in action at the same time. Nola (Mrs. Leo) Eiscnstetn met a friend lrom East St. Louis, who was a contestant. She is Shirley (Mrs. Henry) Kraus. who was making a banana cake with chocolate whipped cream and cherries. The executive director of her temple back home is a friend of Eddie Cohen, of Temple Israel, here. So she and her husband stayed over to attend holiday services. Dora (Mrs. Isaac) Feinstein, of Atlantic City, was making a chocolate cheese cake. Diana (Mrs. Sol) Siegel. of Milwaukee, baked an umisual creation, with red chiffon cake inside and green nuts outside. For the calorie-conscious, it was a chore to taste everything. 3 V < A GOLD BOX OF ENVELOPES Joni and Stanley Tate had a 15th wedding anniversary. Joni's folks, Myrtle and Morton Greenwood. Byrdie and Ed Denison and Rae and Ed Caller stopped in to wish them a happy anniversary. Stanley picked that time to give Joni her gilt. The first envelope was an anniversary ic an< card saying, "I'd like to go away with you." The second envelope was a brochure of the World's Fair. In rapid succession, the envelopes contained plane tickets to New York, reservations at the Plaza, travelers checks, a doctor's appointment for shots, a passport case and Fieldings Book on Europe. In the last envelope were plane tickets tor the continent. p 0 %  > UNBELIEVABLE Carlyn and Jess Rose wrote from Tokyo. They saw a revue with 350 girls against magnificent sets, including waterfalls. They enjoyed a Japanese meal in one of the seven restaurants in their hotel—the Imperial. Don't know what happened next. The train to Nikka had swivel seals and automatic doors. The next thing will bo automatic chopsticks. • 9 HAPPY NEW YEAR, YAAK AND DVORAH The Rosenbergs never forget to send New Year Greetings. They also never forget to write on the back that they enjoy these columns. They lovc Philadelphia; but we still miss them and hope they miss us, too. —FRANCES LEHMAN k: | w Marshall Wise To Address Home Board Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, announced this week that because of the significant national is.-uos revolving around social security and health cure for the elderly, Marshall Wise, district manager or the Social Security Administraion in Miami, will be speaker at .he first 196465 Board of Direcors meeting this Sunday. 10 a.m., n the Junior Auxiliary Day Care 'enter at Douglass Gardens. Wise has been in the Federal "ivil Service for 28 years. 25 of hem with the Social Security Administration. He came to Miami n September, 1959 from the rc;ional office in Atlanta, managing he Miami office until March. 1961. .vhen he was appointed director ol .he Cuban Refugee Emergency Jentcr. He returned to the Miami rffice as manager on May 13 last %  ear. Wise received the Departncnt of Health, Education and .Velfare •Superior Service Award" n 1962 and 1963. Other highlights of the first loard meeting will be an Admissions Committee report by Judge farold B. Spaet; a report on the iperations and progress ol the new .'hrift Shop at 7300 NW 27th Ave.. ,y Artie Kravit; a Duilding fund %  eporl by Baron dc Hirsch Meyer; i treasurer's report by Stanley M. ieckerman; and reports lrom the •residents ol the four Women's Auxiliaries <>i the Home lames Roth, 1551 Lenox Ave., receives a $1,000 scholarship from Miami Beach Board of Realtors. He is the nephew of Erma Pivar, associate member of the board. Pictured (left to nqht) are E. D. Keefer and Leon Eisenstein, members of the Russack Scholarship Committee and trustees of the board; Roth, and Morton Russack, director of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors and donor of the scholarship; and Leonard Keller, first vice president of the board and member of the committee. Batya Chapter Lists Officers Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan was to nst all new officers of Batya Chapter of North Miami Beach at i Sukkoth party in the home of Mrs. Ira Stein, 15760 NE 15th PL, in Thursday at 1 p.m. Slate for 1964 65 is led by MesJames Jonah E. Caplan, presilent; Alex Shayewitz, honorary i president; Joseph Gropcn, vicepresident; Ira Stein, vico-presiJent; David Litman, corresponding secretary; Hyman Kurtz, treasurer. Afternoon was to include entertainment and traditional refreshments. MARSH ALL WISt Sukkoth Tea At Synagogue Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue was to hold its first Sukkoth tea part in the Soeisd Hall of the new Synagogue o Vhurslay at 2 p.m. Mrs. Tibor H. Stern, ife of Rabbi Stern, was to be hostess. A special holiday program with entertainment and ret: tnenta was to be presented. Rabbi stern a< to ad %  •the meeting. Young Judaea Plans Activities Young Judaea ativities for the coming season will be mamand varied, according to Fra < Far* hcnhloom. new director ol the youth organisation. A program of weekly meetii pi and weekend conclaves, plus ipecial camping trips, have beer inned along with the organizatio regular program. Young Judaea, sponsored by Hadassah and ZOA. is th I oldest and largest Zionist youth -gaiii/a-* tien. founded in 1909 by Henrietta Szold. Olfered are focU and cultural activities for youiifc H>0|. age 8 t<> 18. led by trained leaJers under the $inn '' in of the South Florid.. Z.O.iis Youth ,'ommission. 94 cat £ i m lav. lily 1' •an >ectiil-i adj of b. Kb B2i i'l has lentil iter :iub iell a: Hi ichl in. 1 Hh, .. • o t %  ie it; Luncheon Club Resumes Meets The weekly Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B"rith will resume Tuesday noon. Oct. ti. at the DiLido Hotel, according to President Gerald Schwartz. Leon Ell, president. Jewish National Fund Council of (ireater Miami, will be guest ker. Diversified schedule of pro_ ams for the meetings is arranged by Luncheon Club Chair;i Gershon Miller and Lodge Honorary President Irving Schatz: iln, 27. David Levine, local representative of Zim Lines. First fall meeting of the 500Irwin Schulman, regional dimember lodge was held Wetlncsrector of the AntiDefamation Leaday night at the DiLido Hotel, gue of B'nai B'rith, is slated for with Paul Seidcrman. chairman of Oct. 13; Oct. 20. Rabbi David the Board of Trustees. Florida ReLehrfield, of Kneseth Israel; Oct. gion, ADL. principal speaker. 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Friday. September 25. 1964 Jen isti fhrMbf) Page 9-A Israel Reacts to Threats at Arab Summit lack D. Gordon (right), member of the Dade County School Board receives the Harry H. Cohen Americanism award for hi* efforts in advancing education in Dade County. The olaque is presented by Percy Friedlander, chairman of the Americanism Committee of Post 3559 Veterans of Foreign Wars. Ceremonies were at the post's headguarters, 610 West Ave. Bishops Demand Clear Statement on the Jews Continued from Page 1-A the world Is engaged in attempts to increase understanding and niid peaceful solutions for regional disputes. 11 would do well for the world n<, i<> revert to an attitude ot complacency, silence and ack of conci rn which it once evidenced towards threats 'it aggresiion accompanied by political and military preparation • aim 'd at transl iting thn .:ts into action.'' Cit ng the resolution adopted at Hi" Arab summit conference < ailing for th rsi :i "i the upper nries %  •. the .Ionian River and promising "implementation of Arab plans < specially in the mililary and technical fields including the commencement of work of revolutionary character," the Government spokesman reiterated Premier Eshkol's statement in the Knesset. Israel's Parliament, asserting that "Israel will draw water from Lake Kinneret within the quantities allotted her" in the 1 unified plan for the division of the I water worked out by the late Eric I Johnston, the special envoy nami ed by former President Eisenhower to deal with the problem. "Israel will oppose unilateral illegal measures by Arab countries and will act for the preservation I of her vital interests." the state, ment declared, adding that "in the measure that world public opinion rejects the counsels of hostility and aggression and encourages i positive and constructive development, it will assist the Arab governments in abandoning a policy of dangerous adventure and will assist our region to move forward on the path of constructive pror< -and p a The implications of the Alexandria Arab summit conference will be further explored by the Israel Fore:gn Ministry which contemplates slaps in m^ior world capitals in order to make the nation', aware of the true nature ant' dangers involved in the Arab threats, it was reported here. Israel's determination to repel Arab aggression and act for the preservation ol her vital interests if the Arabs try to implement the diversion of tne Jordan tributaries is expected to be conveyed to the various governments by Israel's envoys throughout the world. Israeli circles stressed today that it was the major responsibility of the powers supplying the Arabs with economic and military aid to realize the dangerous path involved and the clear threat of war. HOME — (JTA1 — A group of i T(i i the '2!') American bishops) Ihe third session of the Ecull Council session decided at i;! m eting last Thursday • on a cleared Council, i %  ai ing the Jews of 'ii deicide. in si mding votes, the Amen is n.'jreed that the .lews 1 1 inlay are not responsible for atfl of Christ, that even iii lh.it time the .lews could e.ot be i eld responsible, and that the de..I ion on Catholic-Jewish relan: ich as expected to be ced before the Council Fathers %  •! Wednesday—should restore the .il drafl wording thai Jews • ii a d< < ide people. The original draft, presented il at its second sesi hot not HC'P-1 on, the deicide charge ; illy, rtiat aid r .: s':is in and t'ia* the Jews I • many Jewish leaders regard as an unfortunate stress on the church's traditional hope for the conversion of Jews to Christianity. The text of the revised draft was published in the United states on Sept. 3 and touched off a storm of criticism. The American bishops also named a committee to sound out I eakers to ask for a stronger statement in the council on their behalf. In the intricacies of Council procedure, time worked, against the American prelates. They must choose speakers to meet a deadline, and if that proves impossible, must seek petitions from 70 Council Fathers for the r.'jht to sp.*ak on the floor. The i %  prel ites indi in lent thej could do JffJ/fi air toKemembcr... rafl con that w s II our time" ai e not i m eliminating u he word "deicide." 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7z~.r L A + Jfmi*fnr.rrfi'*r Friday E* : ; "Jewish Floridian ruun .:: N: S^ cre*r rtrx. FBES K SHCCHZT Z-i.-zzr.z ?--b„s-er SH.'-V. M. THCMPSMI Asst to. Ill lli II %  %  e "*•< • i r •.• j -i i:v-.--.-: t-• -•!_ •. : • ..... ...... .._....... .,,--, • ••! %  %  -1 £: •-.I *ti*— .-a*n•* £*; t.:m l•. :-i-..-.: i •-: :-:• : -"- AtS.5i; =" IN RATH C- ?at: X ------i 1-2 • S.I :' "-._:: Bs.*t Friday Septes^ber 25. 1564 19 fisfcti 3^25 VoJasne 37 Number 2"9 The Final Two Days of Sukkoth ;VT3 • ^ %  :e a ~&.-...-. ":'s—. -<.pp_' -; S ...-<-.-.-. -erf xke a Baa] Bal %  h c tt e m AM bMoncaJ i tw taken of .--...-. v.--„Rabbali so the o; o u i ste oi S -..--.•.-. v. b :h /. i t High Holy Day period The celebrcl on -.: S Torafa _i ./.-.-.:.-...-. of the in many a the Toron -. nen wt began In fad the Torafa a .-.-. b ••d and me hrae I rcie of expert%  .-. .-.. our i %  /.• '-•'• j—as eternal faith. .-. e aboul .:. then -.;.-.-. .-.-.-..-. %  -'' :. as ages bettei way ultimately to symbolize rpoee than by celebrating the read ': lh, its end and its beginning, which is the iountainhead of our survival as a people? If. as we chant in our daily prayers, out of Zion will come forth Torah. it is no less true that out of the T^rah comes forth the continuing identity of the Jew. ..JO jf-vten 5*gooRy_ \W • *JTA Synagogues Were Jammed Despite the Soviet Union'i boetile -; :.'ude -: Jewish -. dture. partiby tl h announcen o %  re of [ogue o the The Soviet ..-. • i ,r re are doing all ••'• to recreate the ancient anti-Jewish thai made R i iski one of the mo;. 1 relig ously bigoted nations during the final century of Czanst rule, when other such monarchic lands and governments had long since begun at least token efforts toward a reasonably free human conscience. Apparently it does the Soviet no good. The new libels, created in the guise of "economic crimes" against the state, are still insufficiently strong to keep Jews from worshipping on the holiest of their religious observances. The Ties are Narrowing The iron doors against interchange between West Germany and Israel cue clanging shut with ominously rapid speed and finality. During the regime of Conrad Adenauer, when Germany made its phenomenal post-war recovery, the friendship between the two nations seemed limitless; and, despite Israel's easily-understandable suspicion and often outright hostility, both Israel ahd West Germany carried on a spirited and open relationship. We can not attribute the change to the resignation of Dr. Adenauer. It dates from immediately prior to West Germany's fulfillment of its $866 million reparations agreement. The •'-' ; "-'• %  thai lime -a reversal crownby ihe idden discovery in Apr:. 196 West Gtislfl hard at work in Egypt "-:. •„• •/-..-.ed upon ber into methods of exalted I say : ifaie because tkere %  MM, there w*s •• : MCept i :iai r i -.--:• al %  %  SOUrS IHl OKI TO WATCH gUT THE SEACH for %  the polit %  ~' •"•' %  Jack -ip of Be And ib to the :,., Keni •' : u pacil itu -. princ try. Nevertbc %  rdj ir Congn ts. next in %  • %  .in to be fuiiilied is In thereiore untair I % %  • %  it in oO .:.-.d dunussaJ .A Tedaj in. Bui • Mj woai r.imul toout bo BOB to n a -oecuiee uu n ..> have comnbui riaiion—no .jntc<.r. .. -> .. ...... ettecuveil BS0OD/MC miH AKl OANGllOUS QOME MAY BE angerd by the etTecuveness. OUx over the direction it took A feu may feel secret delight in his brother's death as just payment lor thless rr.ar.r.kr in which Bobby •-. • But it ould be ab>urd to say that he didn't ted %  • • %  -the c P • at President ;th Keai g and poi %  Bobby is at th % %  %  capai to date: his plant II that this can mean in the %  are important to future historical assessments and tl the success of the myth now being created. They art to the present. Onl) Bobby has the real essence oi ; WHAT or THt jews or mw row CITY? ^JJOW CAN BOBBY hope to fare in New York? Keatinpublican. and in the hu^e city, with its equally lar*. bloc votes, the GOP does not do particularly uell. A R blican rr, t rely upon substantial support there to add to his trad;' M upstate favor. Keating has this support—and certainly from lew* His record in the Congress, especially relating to matters per aintog to Israel, simply can not be criticized. If anvthing. he ha -en a totally-dedicated advocate of the Israeli cause. Mizrachi 1963. named him 'Man of the Year." While Jews are generally relied upon tc count heavily i he Democratic column, in the case of Keating, predictions will >e


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Friday. September 25, 1964 • 'Javlsti nark/ton Page 13-A 4SJ Counsel Slated at ZOA Confab Continued from Page 1-A I Avraham Harmon will bring greet-i chairman n," the National 20/ ings of the Israel Government Executive Council; Leon Dultzin j, v major facets of the Zionist proTnt> a ll-day Friday sessions will lead of the Economic Section o gr am both on the American 8Ce "* highlight symposiums on the j he Jewish Agency Executive in "ml in I' 1 1 ,,u P romotlon 'I meaning of Zionism. Aliyah and I Jerusalem; Rabbi Daniel Silver, o' American Aliyah, the position ol c h a n cnfics on the American Jew, Cleveland; Rabbi Arthur Hertz cl| .| (] lcH r >. with special emphasis | ish sccnc r L alur j n g as speakers berg, noted Hebrew educator and on the Jews in Soviet Russia, curAmD assador Philip M. Klutznick: r ,.„t developments relating to IsRabbi !rving Mi ler; Josef SerHn rae l and the Middle East. j De puty Speaker of the Knesset; The convention will open Oct. j Charles Rosengarten, international with a keynote address by Dr. | leader of the religious Conservative Nussbaum. Israel Ambassador movement; Jacques Torczyner, Miami Rabbis Urge Kennedy Library Support Investment Covrse Begins & A sixteen week course in the "Fundamentals of Investment" was to begin at the Ida Fisher Community School, 1424 Drexel The Greater Miami Rabbinical Avenue, Miami Beach, on Thurstssociation has circulated a redav 7 pm unr j er the leadership .,„.., to its member spiritual of Norman Mauch. ca dcrs and their congregations IPTS Sfi. SSSSl Parents Without jbrary. a letter signed by Rabbi SoloPartnerS Picnic author; and Habbi Abraham Heller, spiritual leader of the Flat bush Jewish Center. Brooklyn. N.Y. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, member of the American Section of the Jewish Agency Executive and president of the World Union of General Zionists, S. Z. Abramov, member of the Knesset and a leader in the Liberal Party, will be among the principal speakers at the Saturday night session which will deal with Israel and the Middle East and the status of world Jewry. Spokesmen ot both the Demo cratic and Republican Parties are scheduled to address this session. A significant aspect of the Sa In \ letter -ignen ny rwiuui ouiv •—• — %  — — — 1 SchiEf. executive vice-presiSet TOr SundCW ^^v OmShabbat will be a ses niritiial le.ulpr of Beth *„ ~ lon dovotod to Aliyah at which ; %  ^ jZf ^vvcwLCde.1 Jim okdl P res,dcnt ?**? %  Panel of experts wfl answer ques Congregation, tne request ae without Partners" of Florida jnns .... .,,.,'...,,, that "Most of PoridasL nnounces picnlc and spagnett tionsbydelega.es. regardless of their poUdinner wHl ,/ h eid in the covered lh s, n,l: '>' "? orn n lt nur ] elig.ous affiliations were session, prior to the elections, wil First Hebrew Academy High School for Girls. Student Saundra Ehrenreich is shown filling out the first registration form for the new school as Rabbi Alexander S. Gross looks on. Saundra was joined by nine more classmates who have registered to attend classes which commenced recently. %  •religious affiliations, were J""" S^Hark ol ZZ session prior to the elections, will GuHOH BrdllCh Opens SeOSOH sturbed by the assassins[t ^ t „ fl)1 memoerSi oe devoted !o reports by chairmen tion of President Kenneoy. | )(| |h( ,„. chU dren, and 8lngles "As loyal Americans, they rom Other organizations. Sunn have wanted some tangible ming and dancing are included in means of expressing their feel' the program for the day. ings in a creative fashion. Floridians and, more specifically the members of our congregations, now have an ideal way to honor his memory in the John F. Kennedy Library." The affair is the first of series being launched by the group which is making plans for a permanent home. Similar organizations are being invited to particiof ZOA national committees, followed by discussions during which each chairman will reply to questions on the respective ZOA activities. Hannah Senesch Meeting MiSam Peldman, president of the Hannah Senesch Croup Of Schiff reminds the Jewish pate in the building of a Singles Hadassahi announces a meeting •enter. on Monday noon. Oct. 5. at the ty's houses of worship Reservations for the picnic may Algiers Hotel. Mrs Eva M. Blum e library will belong to %  made wilh Bill Nadel. chairwill report on the Los Angeles con udual—it will bring to all man of the building committee, vention, followed by membership because it will be built Jim Okell. Mary Molina, and Carprogram. ^ tary contributions and be men Peters. ,1 government institution. Dr )avj(1 MarkiMOn of Da d he located on the Charles ,. ountv chj|(1 Guidanccaddressed Season's first meeting for the] Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch, was ( conducted by President Max Astor : in Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at Farband Cultural Center. xv> Washington Ave. Agenda included presentation .it new slate of officers by Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, Nominating Committee chairman. Project Committee reports and a discussion of current eventbj Manuel Burstein. branch vice president, were presented. (lathering concluded with a social hour and refreshments. First executive board meeting ot the branch was Thursdaj Sept. 10. at the home of financial secretary, William Beckwith, and Mrs. Beckwith. iver in Boston. Massachusetts.' Students Will Be Consecrated Fifty three children will be consecrated at a special service as part nt the Festival of Shemini Vtzeret-Simchas Torah on Monmorning at 10:45 a.m.. at r< mple Beth Sholom. SI idents from kindergarten to • e third grade who have never "•. %  ded Ri ligious School before, ie children will be blessed by Leon Kroni&h, spiritual %  v of the ( m PI ation. set rants and their parts will be feted at a luncheon by the PTA of Beth President is Mrs. Sanford Parents Without Partners at its general meeting in the Northside shopping Center auditorium on t hursday, at 8:15 p.m. "^ K •• DAOI •OULKVAHOt MIAMI BIACH. FLORIDA iipriMoN a-Qtsa-t fVHlRAL 0'ICrO A LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 "Welcome Wagon Remembers [Special Family Occasions Carrying on our community'a traditional hospitality, Welcome Wagon Calif •re made when your family celebrates a 'sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of • new baby, or moves I to a new home. WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 Emanuel Gordon Harry Gordon 18771946 1903-1964 A Good Nan" Is More To Re Treasured Than Great Riches. 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ike iJJi ovnan s lAJoM r 'V M I tCTTi ers who organized the Sukkoth paity for the elementary fe= of the Beth Sholom Religious School in their own Sukbuilt in the Silverman Religious School Assembly Hall •efi to right) Mrs. Sanford Levine, PTA president; Mrs. Steiner. chairman. PTA Festival Committee; Ira Dienesident, Temple Beth Sholom Youth; and Mrs. Gerald •z.e. Elementary Department teacher. Not shown is Mrs. :n Goldman, chairman of the Decoration Committee. was held following Sukkoth services on Monday. v/ b i Beth Sholom Women's Opening Member Tea ^Jewish Ftoridiaii Miami. Florida. Friday. September 25, 1964 Section B ORT Slates Fashion Show Here Dresses designed and made by ORT students in Israel and other countries of North Africa, Europe and the Middle East will be featured in a Southeastern Florida Region of Women's American ORT world-wide fashion show at a membership luncheon on Wednesday noon in the Napoleon Huom of the Deauville Hotel. ORT members who will model fashions are Mrs. Gil Tendler. Mrs. Sol Meyerson, Mrs. Michael I.ipsky. Mrs. Norman Klein. Mrs. Monte Friedkin and Mrs. Philip Cook. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. region past president, will appear as fashion commentator. Mrs. Ernest Sohnen is fashion coordinator. ORT schools around the world teach, designing, drcssmak-ng. cutting, sewing and other allied trades. Most students come from MRS. LOUIS BARON poverty-stricken homes and are taught trades upon which they base their self-reliant lives. Mrs. Jacob Glassman is region vice president and membership chairman of ORT. Mrs. Louis Baron, region prcsi dent, said that ORT courses in fashion, in addition to those taught in Israel, are given in Austria, Belgium, Fiance, Holland. Iran. Italy, Morocco, Poland, Tunisia, Uruguay and the U.S. Mrs. Sidney Senzer. national vice president, is flying down from New York to be gue-t speak er Rahbi living Lehrman will give the invocation. New members will be guests of Women's American ORT. and reservations are being taken by the ORT Office. 600 Lincoln Road Mall. Mrs Arnold Greenfield, pianist, will play for the fashion show. ng the opening of the season membership tea of Sisterof Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach are (left to • :rs. Meyer Eggnatz, Mrs. J. Bernard Spector. Mrs. Stanlevini-on, Sisterhood vice presidents; Mrs. Solomon B. an, chairman of decorations; and Mrs. Leo Levin, presAffair was held on Wednesday. 0 i membership tea. mark• ginning of the new sea)n : Sisterhood of Temple Beth noli was held on Wednesday Iti-i in the Sisterhood louni Mrs. Leo Levin is Sisterl" .dent. I' 1 arge of the tea were Mrs. |t a nil Levinson. Sisterhood vicere>ii Mrs. J. Bernard vice-president, program; eyer Eggnatz, hospitality; Mr* S .onion B. Goldman, dccoI'llmrTheme of the tea was Sisterhood's "Festival Of the Arts." which includes book reviews by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual 'eader of the congregation; performances by the Temple Thespians; a conceit to be arranged by the Temple's Cantor David C'onviser: and previews of art exhibits which will be featured at Beth Sholom this year. Mrs. David Drucker is chairman of the Beth Sholom Art Committee. n .. J bv ISABEL GRCVE A shower of Happiness" under yellow bumbershoots with yell' A. cake te nibble on being given for bride-elect Joan May ITS :j long time friend Loretta (Mn Steve) Morris on Saturday Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bug< • Mayers, petite Joan will dip into her trousseau tor ;i green and gold floral chiffon, so becnmir:; lo her red headed beauty, tor the luncheon ... To he held in t 1 Com Gables home of Lor etta'a parcnt>. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Barish. the lovely host esi -ID will serve as matron of honor at the wedding, has decided on a gold Chinese sheath Not much more than a bride herself, Loretta is teaching fourth graikat Miami Heights Her husband. Optometrist Stove Mcrris. will be best man lor the prospective bridegroom, Stanle\ Goldberg, ot Baltimore, where the newlyweds will live following theii tmptia's the first Sunday in October Among the 30 guests on Saturda> will be the future bride's sister. Linda, ami cousin. Maureen Sarasohn, both of whom Continued on Page 4-B BURDINE'S HAS AN EXCLUSIVE, NEW DESIGNER COLLECTION FOR PRETEENS "COBBLESTONES" Burdine's is proud to present a connoisseur collection of day-todate, town and travei fashions that boast all the elan of couturier creations. Styled by Gloria Sachs in winning silhouettes, wanted fabrics, jlvy colors. Shown is just one from the exciting group: cowl neck overblouse and pleat skirt in worsted wool. White red, 6 to 14 $36 deb's den, fourth floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (of all 6 Burdine's stores) Vwv^KwV/(\^ / u <^ tJITO PISTE'S



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Fcce 8-A vlenlrincridifrn Friday. Septeirier B 1964 f/ina/ Z)a/5 0/ Sukkoth Continued from Pg 6-A Shmaryi ] Swirsk) o !l' : ite Ce-ter, Sept. 21 i'.zereth com%  1 %  %  %  %  Lip' : %  : the liturgy a! regular weekend of B<-ih David Congregation, 2625 ST 3rd Ave.. on Friday at 6 p.m. Saturday services are at 9 a.m. Fnc. -on of Mr. and Mrs Jerome Young, will be Bar liitzvah. Shcmini Atzereth will commence th; final days of the Sukkoth observance on Sunday at 6 p.m. Monday services are at 9 a.m.. with the Rabbi's sermon scheduled at 10:45 a.m.. followed by Vizkor at 11 a.m. Hakofol for children and adults will launch Simchas Torah on Monday. 6 p.m.. followed by services Tuesday and concluding Hakofo* also at 9 a.m. Beth Kodesh Congregation, 1101 SW 12th Ave., will hold Satui morning services at 8 45 am. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari will officiate. duled aAll iVanitj Disc ssion at 4 45 p.m. will be Week!) Portion of the and at 5:46 p.m., "Vanity %  anitii oncluding da) of oth .'.ill i,' i ihered in Sundaj Sept 21 it 6 p m Sh< i I %  I %  Beth Raphael Congregafu %  • %  %  %  ; fa low\ emorial at 10 a.m. The Thump %  has Torah comI H da Sept 29. with Hakofoa processional at 8 30 am. eluding the* Sukkoth observance. At Agudith Israel Hebrew Institute, 1801 Carlyle Ave.. Friday services will he at 6 p.m.. followed by Kabba'at Sabbath. Services Saturday are at 8:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and discussing the "Portion of the Law. Hoshar.a Rabbah will be Sunday. Sept. 27. at 7:45 a.m. Shemini Atzereth commences Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Final days of Sukkoth continue Monday. 8:30 a.m., with the Yizkor memorial at 11 am. Rabbi Ever will discuss Memorial Prayers in a Festival of Joy." Simchai Torah begins Monday. Sept. 28. 6 p.m., with Hakofos processional concluding the Sukkoth observance Tuesday. Sept 23. a Rabbi D I Koscnfeld and Cantor George !' Goldberg will conduct weekend and SuKkoth %  vices at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 30 \".v 5ist PI. Schedule slates Friday evening at 6:30 p.m., Saturday 8:30 a.m. and Mincha, "i 30 p in Shemini Atzereth obi || be ushered in h on S da) Si pi •, p During Monday n ornii % %  B at 9 m I abbi %  .n Yi i< %  roi 8 p.m ob I %  %  : I P Cohen's sei men I Beth Moshe Congregation, Dixii H n Friin i ored ; -;' le Sisterhoo I v> ill ,n Popii iai Hall. : %  sen ice start at 845 a.m. Cantor Hyman l will chant the liturgical portion.of the weekend services and as-ist Rabbi "hen with the Sukkoth observance. Morning services on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Sept 27 through 29. are all slated for 8:45 a.m. Sunday evening service! will begin at 6:30 p.m. Yizkor memorial prayers on Monday are scheduled for 10 a.m.. and during the 7 p.m. services, ushering in Simchas Torah, sermon topic will be "Please Stay Rabbi Samuel Jaffe will consecrate all new and first grade students of the Religious School of Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Ave.. Hollywood, during Friday evening services slated for 7:45 p.m. Famil) Sukkoth service will be held on Monday, Sept. 28. at 11 a.m.. and Rabbi Jafle will conduct Yizkor memorial services. • • Weekend services at Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue, 1532 ll's hington Ave.. are scheduled r .t 6 p.m., and Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Morning sermon will be on The Solomons of Toi iy. Dr. Tibor H. Stern and Etabbl Abraham Weinachneidef will conduct all services, including •. ikor on Monday, Sept. 28. at 11 a m During Simchas Torah ob1 la) at 7 p.m.. ildre .'. i.l i" presented with n i participate in the fos Temple Beth Shirah, 7501 will hold S th -erp.m 'iti' i • \ pe on 101 Pi proby the • i topic ill be 'i he S oi I hai and he will direct the Kiddush of Sanction m the Sukkah on Suni pi 27 a 7 p.m. fam: vice ill be held in the Sukkah with a children's parade to memorate Shemin. Atiere Simchas Torah. AH first dents of the Religi School will be blesse'! memorial services %  .. .|i Monday, Sept. 28. at | with special servic i. kafa and the children'; and -M stu. %  :ebre w Vizkor *• teU o n a.m., % %  Suk. •ilheb minin At: ered m., %  iriv. Can. will I -IT• 29, m., •" U 13 IIC Investors To Hear Report Greater Miami stockholders of the Israel Investors Corporation will have a dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m.. Thursday. Oct. 1. at the Deauville Hotel. Hosting the event are Maurice Revitz and Jack S. Popick. civic and business leaders and members of the corporation board. Samuel Rothberg. president of Israel Investors Corporation, and national campaign chairman. State of Israel Bonds, will make ecial progress report. Revitz ;md Popick said that the portfolio oi securities owned b) 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'Ill 1 A.M. the company is valued ol S22 million. IIC is an American co ,:-tered with the Seci: change Commission and being at the request of Government to organiz"f men devoted to Israel lo take responsibility for aging private investme il State of Israel. "One of the principal of this company is t' and buy from the Israel ment its interest in pr>\ ing enterprises." said I Popick. %  -s panj reties Eximc into >c Israel a group 'a causa enconrin the bjectives .("k nut Govern•i. exist". the smartest three words you can say about a function: It's at D0K\L %  .. ~.„ %  %  BtM A new str.ru 1 ud of elegance on M u i 11 I ai I ex< i ted wedd i ... lu to mamiami country club setting ii iousnesa the .; le of > II I r -t the pit m -* i • the T toral I Wi %  • I mntry ( > phere i "" • .. %  / .. Dou.l Beach v/, tel and Country Club IE 13600 __ %  tafeniM iiiiiii in i r $ You'll find complete Have that j* ..... W facilities to exactly satisfy nesss Meeting. t your needs in the Kismet, Banquet, or # Aladdin, Schehe-azade and Special Occasio n Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a A v/edding or a privefe porly I at the fo fliers for Informalioni HAZEL ALLISON Cstoring Dlrocior, JE 1-6061 2Bth Sf. A Collins Avo.



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Page 10-B vJewist fhorSdlaair Friday. September 25, 1964 Beth David Cotillion Classes Beth David cotillion classes for ixth, seventh and eighth graders ire scheduled to begin on Sunday, let I. in the Social Hall. i -ions for juniors will be held from 7 to 8:i;> p.m.. and for eniors, from 8:15 t<> B:30 p.m. Miss Pej 53 Lo an will again be instructor, and khe number of tudents in each class will be i mil ed. in charge of information on re[istration are Mrs. Howard Bergi and Mrs. Bernard Bloom. South Florida leaders of the Zionist Organization of America will attend the 67th annual ZOA convention in Washington on Oct. 1, according to Gil Rappapcrt, executive director of the Southeast Region. Shown at a meeting of leaders in Miami Beach is Leon May, of Nashville, Tenn., president of the region, discussing with delegates vital issues on the agenda at the convention. Left to right are Morris Simon, honorary president of the Miami-Gables District. S. Joe Perry, president of the Broward District; Max Parness, president, Miami-Gables District; Lester Hersch, president, Nashville District; May; Ben Giller, president, Miami Beach District; Charles Kimerling, president, Birmingham District; and Albert E. Osip, chairman of the Greater Miami ZOA President's Council. Cedars Women Turn Over Check Women's Auxiliary of Cedars of .ebanon Hospital this week turn(1 over a check for $6,500 to President Harry L. Lewiv Bulk of the funds came from the Lobby Gift Shop, it was announced by Mrs. Ted Lotterman. 1 Auxiliary president, who said her organization contributes sums throughout the year for the sup: port of the hospital's development program. Pinski School Sukkoth Fete David Pinski Folk School celebrated the Sukkoth holiday on Saturday. 8 p.m.. at the Farband 'enter. 842 Washington Ave. Lazar Lasavin, principal of the chool. spoke on "Sukkoth." There was community singng led by Ben Yomen, with Jewish and Hebrew songs by Frances 'acker. Refreshments were served. Beth Sholom Religious School children present their Sukkoth Harvest Festival offering of canned goods to representatives of the Temple. Left to right are Miss Nettie Goldstein, head of the school's Hebrew Division; Eli Katzin, chairman, Religious Activities Committee, Louis F. Snetman, Temple president; and Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Children are Jon Leslie, Ann Weiss, Pamela Leslie, George Weiss, Melanie Cohen. The offering was presented as part of the Temple's annual Harvest Festival Service on Monday. Just before Thanksgiving, the cartons of canned goods are taken to the North Beach Elementary School for Thanksgiving baskets which the school makes up each year for needy families in the community. Gershwin Ladies Meet In Beach Ladies' Auxiliary of the George Gershwin Lodge resumed regular meetings Monday, 8 p.m.. at Surfide Community Center. Plans for the forthcoming paidip annual membership luncheon .vere announced and a program )f entertainment was presented. After the meeting, members joined the Knights for a collation and social housewarming hour. Mrs. Saul Jarrctt is auxiliary president. Jewish National Fund Reelects Leon Ell *•—***•*• %  For Seventh Consecutive Terms as Prexy Leon J. Ell was elected president of the Jewish National Fund <>l Greater Miami for a seventh term at the annual meeting of the Jewish National Fund Council early this month. Others elected were Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of the Executive Board; Dr. Irving Lehrman, Foundation chairman; Johan L. Herman, William Bornstein and Jacob Fishman, vice presidents; Sam Schachno, financial secretary; Mrs. Jacob Davis, recording secretary; Benjamin Appel, treasCoral Chapter Brunch Wed. Coral Chapter, American Medical Center of Denver, will meet for brunch on Wednesday at the Holiday Inn, 1350 S. Dixie Hwy. Mrs. Phillip Plaks. life member chairman, will be hostess of the day. Second general meeting of the iei "n ischeduled for Wednesday, Oct. 7, at the Park Lane Cafeteria, 22nd Ave. and Coral Way. Delegates to the national convention will give a report on the cancer research building which was dedicated during the conclave. Mrs. Jules Weston is president ol the group urer; Abraham Grunhut. comptroller. On the executive board are Judge Frederick Barad, Mrs. Nathan Bookspan, Stanley Caiden, Marshall Comis, Hyman Eisenbaum, Harry Feldman, Ezra Finegold, Abraham Fraidlin. Mayshie Friedberg. Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Max Hecht, Peter F. Heller, Miss Lillian Goodman, Sam Kagan, Paul Kwitney, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Pauline Levick. Dr. Meyer B. Marks, Gershon Miller, Morris Minov, Mrs. Miriam Press, Harry Rosen, Julius Rosenstein. Barrett M. Rothenberg, Irving Schatzman, Louis Schwartzman, Samuel Seltzer, Al Sherman, Bernard Silver, Dr. Michael Sossin. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan. and Mrs. Alfred Stone. A director of JNF national board, Ell is a member of the White House Conference on Refugees, past president of Temple Beth Sholom. director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and of the United Fund. member of the board. Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and former trustee of Hebrew Union College. Ell recently returned from a world tour studying conditions in Egypt. Pakistan, Turkey, Iran, and Israel. Kenneth Myers was guest speaker at Tuesday's dinner meeting of the Florida Nursing Home Association at Toby's Cafeteria. An attorney and Democratic candidate for the Dade Legislative Delegation from Group 5, Myers spoke on the upcoming mental health legislation pertaining to nursing home facilities in the state 49's in Simchas Torah Banquet Irving Schatzman. president of the 49'ers of Temple Emanu-EI, announces that the annual Simchas Torah banquet, sponsored by the group, will be held Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel at the conclusion of Simchas Torah services in the Temple. Dr. Irving Lehman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, will bring greetings. Youth Aliyah Minyan Kickoff Mrs. Jack Wolfstein, president of Lazarus, Miami Beach Hadassah, announces a "Youth Aliyah Minyon Kickoff" at the home of Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, 325 88th St., on Wednesday, 1 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Sadie Cohn, and Mrs. Esther Kastan are co-chairmen. Norton Pallot, president oi Norton Tire Company, has been elected president of the Better Business Division ot the Miami Dade C o u n ty Chamber of Commeice, succeeding the late Harold Bosworth. Sidney J e n n e 11 e Southern Bell Telephone District manage.-, became the Division's first vice president, and elected second vice president was Harold Friedman, of Harold Friedman Radio and TV. Active in many Dade County charitable and civic organizations, Pallot joined the Norton Tire Company in 1947 immediately after graduating from the University of Miami with a degree in business administration. He is a vice president of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn., and a member of the Board of Directors of Dade National Bank. Cohen Synagogue Slates Meeting This Week Jacob C. Cohen, founder and president of the J. C. Cohen Com munity Synagogue, announces that the first public meeting of mem bers was to be held Thursday, 8 p.m.. in the Executive Room of the Synagogue. The meeting was to present the By-Laws of the new congregation. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, newly-ap pointed spiritual leader, was to make a major address to mem bers. Presently, the congregation has close to 100 members. No. Shore Lodge To Hear Doctor B'nai B'rith North Shore Lodge will hold its regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 5 ,8 p.m., in Washington Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr. Dr. Joseph Glassberg. noted cardiologist, will speak, and films will be shown. Jack Burstein is president. JWV Auxiliary Holds Meeting Films, lecture and folk dancing /if Israel were featured at the Norman Bruce Brown Post and Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans, meeting on Thursday evening. Sept. 17, at Pythian Hall, Flaglcr St. and 46th Ave. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, of the Israelite Center, delivered the i principal talk, and Mrs. Abe Marcus led the Israeli dance program. | Emanu-EI USY Sukkoth Festival Saturday Eve United Synagogue Youth Group of Temple Emanu-EI will play host to the Temple's seventh. eighth, ami ninth graders at a dance and social in the spirit of the Sukkoth Festival on Saturdav from 8 to 11 p.m.. at the North Branch Bldg.. 77th St. and Dickens Ave. The Social Hall will be decorated in the traditional harvest colors, and disc jockey. Al Leibert, of WINZ will provide the music. A "Coke Bar" will offer refreshments. Welcomell^ton Honors Special Family Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... | •nd friendly greetings from reli' gious, civic, and business leaden of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engage-1 OK nt or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new borne. When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994



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Friday. September 25, 1964 *Jen1st fhrktkui Page 3-A ;onsul Shimon Yallon to be Honored Temple Menorah-lsrae! Dinner Here i] |e Menorah-Israel Din. to be held on Sunday. ; ,]] In' the scene of a I history lor HIP entire u it was revealed by ,| iyer Abromowitz, spiler "I the Temple, and Revitz, president. II v\ill be at this occasion, to held ."' 'be Fontainebleau thai Israel's newest emisItalian Jews Unhappy With New Schema HOME — (JTA) — The issue < %  tbe revised draft of the Vatican declaration on Catholic-Jewish relations was raised by two Italian fliwish leaders in Rosh Hashona icnts shortly before the re| mvening of the Ecumenical Coun,1 They were Chief Rabbi Elio oafl and Judge Sergio Piperno, liresident of the Union of Jewish • immunities of Italy. Jewish groups have charged that version, to be submitted part ol the auenda lor the %  Ecumenical Council session. an appeal to Jews to conit to Catholicism, a charge de-. ed by a Vatican spokesman. i Toaff said he regretted %  the new version seemed to a retreat from positions in : • draft introduced last year t the second Council session. Piperno said, In a New Year) broadcast on the Italian, network, that Italian Jews • ial the Council would de"unfounded" the cenId charge of deicide "which • the Jewish people so much ind tears." %  ring to the fact thai Italy •living the JUth anniverresistarice to Nazism and Judge Piperno said that stance movement "imposes the -in A ivors the duty to ze the complete equality of • is minorities, and to enact gainst genocide, so that Italj may not become a haven lor the perpetrators of the most horrendous crime against humanMy." Judge Piperno also touched upon the situation of the Jews in the Soviet Union by noting that, at this season of the High Holy Days, "Italian Jews also turn their thoughts to their brethren in less hospitable countries, where they are not allowed to live in accordance with the traditions of their history and their religion." %  "V to the United State-. Shimon Yallon. will be official welcomed by the community and presented i i tiie Diplomatic Corps ol Gre iter Miami in a colorful ceremony of state. Yallon recently arrived Horn Israel to take up his new post aConsul General lor Southeastern United States and Israel Undersecretary of state lor the Ministry of Development. The Temple Menorah Dinner of State will celebrate the congregation's 15th anniversary. Selected for special honors at the event in recognition of service to the Temple, to the community and Israel are two distinguished leaders of Temple Menorah, Max Krauss and Louis Reinstein. Members of the Host Committee have been invited to a reception Saturday evening at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Revitz. Revitz. who in addition to serving as president of Temple Menorah is chairman of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, will be chairman of the anniversary dinner. PJfMP '-D1B 'ntiOV TUT BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOfi H. STERN 1532 Washington Ave., Miami ten JE 1-1969 534-0271 BBYO Board In First Meet Of The Season Initial meeting Of the Board of Directors lor the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Organization lor the l%4-65 program year was held at the Alcazar Hotel, it was announced by Ainslee R. Ferdie. president. The BBYO board sponsors a higb school Jewish membership of over 1.000 young people in 30 chapters in Dade County and is the liaison to the B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters in the area. Featured at the meeting was (he presentation of a check for $2090 to the American Cancer Society by Aaron Stern and Michelle Rosinek, of Zodiac AZA and Debs BBG, respectively. Stern and Miss Rosinek were cc-chairmen of a one-day tag day drive that saw over 500 members of the youth organization participate in the fund-raising project. The meeting was also held to orient new members ol the board and acquaint them with the problems of a rising membership in the youth organization and the need for support from the parent organization. Reports were given by George Termotto and Sharon Lerner, of the Hurricanes AZA and Jacksonville BBG, with respect to the forthcoming winter BBYO convention at Camp Owaissa Bauer in Naranja, Fla. Mrs. Jane Carver, Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth director reported on the local BBYO program and emphasized the adviser training program planned for the coming year. Shimon Yallon comes to his new post in this region of the United States with an extensive background of service for Israel in war and in peace. Upon his first arrival to Palestine in the early 1930's, he became a bus driver and joined the Haganah, where he rose to the rank of captain. During Israel's War of Independence, he was appointed controller of manpower or the northern half of the country. In addition to important posts which he held within the government of Israel, Yallon served as director of Lever Brothers in Haifa. Among his important government posts, he was Economic Counsel at the Israel Embassy in Rome. Later he became Assistant Director General of the Ministry of Development, where his activities \i ere concentrated on the develop nient of the Negev. Yallon will be officially wel corned by the community at a Reception of State immediately preceding the Temple MenorahIsrael Dinner on Oct. 11. Jordan Marsh Names Ruben Executive V. Pres. .. William s Ruben has been an pointed executive vice president and managing director of Jordan Marsh—Florida. The announcement was made by Robert Macht, ] president of Jordan Marsh — Florida, in order to fill the vacancy created by the sudden death of Harold B. Bosworth. who had j held this position for the past ] three years. The appointment, according to Macht. is effective imJ mediately. Prior to the announcement. Ruben held the position of vice president and general merchandise manager of the Jordan Marsh stores in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and Orlando. Jordan Marsh — Florida is an affiliate of Allied Stores Corporation. Ruben's retailing career started in the fall of 1950 upon graduation from Syracuse University, when he joined Dey Brothers & Co., Syracuse, New York, the Allied affiliate there. Ruben started as a trainee in the store's execut've training program. WILLIAM S. RUBIN Reedy, senior vice president of Allied. Ruben joined the Jordan Marsh —Florida executive team in April, 1958. as salepromotion director. He was promoted to vice pres dent and general merchandise manager in August. 1961. Alter showing remarkable pro Ruben serves on the Board ol gress in various assignments of reDirectors of the Heart Associatioa sponsibility in Dey Brothers, he and the YMHA and has been acwas selected for top executive live in the United Fund. He lives training by Allied Stores and was with his wife and two children appointed staff assistant to J. II. on DiLido Island. Miami Beach. Seiderman Talks To Beach Lodge Paul Seiderman, chairman of, !he Board of Trustees of the Florida Region of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, i as principal speaker at the first fall meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Wednesday at the DiLido Hotel. Topic ol the kickolf session was "Danger from the Right." aci rding to Lodge President Gerald Schwartz. 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Friday. September 25. 1984 V'Jetvisti ncridiicir Page 11-A False Security By MAX LERNER Latin Chief Asks Ban on Hate Writing Whatever its success or failure the school boycott by white parenti New York touches a raw politicul nerve-end. If Barry Goldlas any hope of winning in November it lies not just with his -Southern strategy" nor with his hard cere right-wingers in even sectio' To win. Goldwater must persuade a large marginal group i, IK disagree with him on foreign policy and economic issues, but whoa nerves are worn raw by street violence and school conflict, and ulii Imnr hiiliti I I I [loi hi I I im I I i Mi; l ready to blame the Negro for both is this nerve-end vote, embittered and irrational as it is, that old water's last best hope. -K i it a wholly forlorn hop*? The fact about the past three or lour i'ks seems to have been the steady decline of Goldwater's polli K ; rtune. His convention behavior and acceptance speech frighten,. ,,i> Republic*!] moderates and liberals whom even the hastil) sienei rreaty of Hershey could not win back. Heartened by his little >,;,,• ,i ;ill the people could %  to be regarded as President of all the people. Thus he gave %  Johnson the opening he was waiting for, and Johnson took h and masterfully. He has quickly taken possession ol the I niddle ground—center, left, and right ol center—and Goiowaier msell crowded Into an impossible position to the right ol the Hi ground, whore his genial smile and ins campaign glasses and Miller jibes do little to rescue him. i the Goldwater forces have grown more despairing they have VMI more frenetic. But the successive ploys they have tried \ bonanza, the Supreme Court assault, the anti-immigrant and ill appeal to workers, the accusation ol a weapongap, the rt oi these is the closest lo the heart ol what Goldwater is driving -i ol his other lines oi electioneering seem curiously unrelated al or intellectual springs that will decide the outcome, %  that as the campaign moves to a close the Goldwater strate>u on most of the other issues and locus on the paj : contention that, with a Johnson victory, neither a man's n propert) nor his family walking on the streets nor his chilthe cUs&room will be sale from sinister il unnamed lorees. it because of this still volatile issue that I feel the current atic cockiness about the election is unwarranted True, JohnI was wise in stressing the fact that the %  f ront-lash" of defecting cans has outweighed the "back lush" of detecting Democrats. to meet a possible bandwagon effect benelitting Goldwater, the bandwagon is now going the other way. If many of the maral voters have been scared half to death by Goldwater's policy posiis, here are many other marginal voters who love a winner—and .it row Johnson seems very much the winner. The polls all show the support of business groups shows it, the defection of Kepublin< vspapers shows it. Yet I don't think the election is a foreclosed sure thing, and 1 < ain that the cockiness of the Democrats is overdone. In every ition there is an underdog effect which may prove heftier than bl ndwagon effect. There is a greater danger of Democratic overScience especially since Goldwater still has at his command the Ited corps of bell ringers and precinct workers who won the ornia primary for him. And always there is the final danger. the silent and even sullen people whom the pollster nets don t lh, perhaps because they are ashamed to say what they feel. U ioldwater continues to make the blunder he has been making Did succeed in alienating even these people. But if their nerve, continue to be rubbed raw by conflict in the schools and viose <>n the streets, the security the Democrats are feeling may turn a foolish security. BUENOS AIRES — (JTA) Strong Federal legislation directed against anti-Semites who have been, for a long time, -luring hatred in this country, was proposed lo the Argentine Congress here this week by President Arturo Ria. The President sent I to the Congress a bill outlawing all forms of hatemongering, including "verbal attacks on individuals or troops, based on religion or ethnic origins." The measure would call for prison terms ol one year to five years upon conviction. This was the first bill of the kind ever presented to the Congress. While the Government had already outlawed the two major anti Semitic groups in this country — the Tacuara movement and Guardia Restaurdora Nacionalista — both have been operating flagrantly. The two organizations, believed to number no more than a total of about 10,000 members, have been supported openly by several retired army and air force generals. Their activities have also received important support from an Arab League agent, Husssin Triki, who has been spreading anti-Semitism under the guise of "anti-Zionism." Triki, has reportedly left Argentina, after Jewish spokesmen and other progressive forces demanded his expulsion. The Democratic Progressive Parly held a protest meeting sharply criticizing anti-Semitism and "foreign interference in Argentine affairs." The latter eon demnation was evidently aimed' at Triki's activities. Principal speaker* at the protest rally were the chairman of the party. Horacio Thedy, who was a candidate for the vice-presidency in the elections in 1%:!; and Leon Perez. tepresenting the DAIA, central j body of organized Argentine Jewry. Meanwhile, two leaders of the Chilean Nazi Party started serving 20-day jail terms this week in Santiago de Chile after their con-1 viction on charges of having in-1 cited attacks again-t Jewish j stores and homes here in January. 1958. were upheld by the Chilean I Court of Appeals. Franz Pleiffcr. former commander of the Nazi Party, and his top aide. Luis Lazaro MaluenOrganist Will Be Presented Hie hard Ellsasser, young Amen 'can virtuoso ol the organ, will be presented in a concerl on Monday, Sept 28, 8:30 p m al Dade County Auditorium. 'I ickets are available 11 the An litorium Box Office and al Victor Piam and Organs, 300 v>\ :.'ih St. The world-renowned organist ,heard in concert annuall) throughout Europe and the Americas, as well as on radio and tele vision, will also conduct a master organ workshop on Tuesday evening, Sepl 29, at Victor Recital Hall. da. were sentenced to the ja I terms shortly after their COnvlC Con. more-than "fix rrars ago. Their appeals have been pending until now. And an Israeli "agent," pos sibly in search of Dr. Josef Mengele, the no'i i ious Auschwitz "selection doctor," was murdered a month ago on the Peruvian side of the Brazil-Peru border, it was announced in Rio de Janeiro this week by Edson Las mar, Brazilian chief of the staff of Interpol. the international police agency. Mr. Lasmar said he had asked ois Peruvian counterpart in charge of Interpol work in Peru to try to trace the murderer. He did not name the Israeli "agent.'' but -aid the Israeli was apparently killed because he had fount 'races ol Mengelc's whereabouts. What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE, NERVOUS HEADACHES? AnncinS Tabletcontain the pnln reliever doctors recommend most for henilache pain. And Ar.acin works /ot. In 22 seconds after enterirg your bloodstream, Anacin is speeding relief to your headache. Anai n not only relieves the pain, but aUo its tension and depression. You sea, Anacin is lik* a doctor's prescription. 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^ Frido.., Se,--?rr.ber 25. 1964 +Jewisti flcridiiait. Page 3-B Academy Women Meet !n Sukkah Trad ;jh at the home ,.,-. 4529 Royal i to be the setting academy W meeting of tl 1230 p.m., Mrs. I president, anBplritof the ; isen, after her h her husband, er, Sandi, and highlight the with a descrip] ... iaxed their \ i in ,-ance of Rosh em. nda includes a i • following summer to I en by their re, en: prizes, Mrs, : | : card party, ihapiro and Mrs. and New Year Irs uis Schwartz. hairman Mrs. tosei se will announce ol • incoming "mem>er" luncheon. Beach Council Opens Season With Chapter Meeting MRS. LEONARD R0S5N Hebrew U Ladies To Meet Here v : the Hebrew (Jniveril e theme of the in | u ni of the Greater •Vomen Division. Amenn % %  the Hebrew Uniiey gatncr on 5 ; Oct. 8. in the || Harold Thinha "i' the day. hie C 111 spec I% %  1 nil W %  i %  I :ii_ Mrs. Samuel lent of the orzal in, "A typical day in the ; stud n the Jerusalem \ ill h discussed by our a I guest, onsul Shimon Yalm lydes tated consul from I, serving the Southeastern i States' sever hundred members !• in .'. •-than two years %  ence I • %  Hebrew Univerion 1964-65 offiItalled by Rabbi .!"!.'.. n Temple Beth Nice, Clea • Studio Apartment fCR RENT Nej' 4 Stree; 3r one respectable • .ion, a. ;t, reasonable. CAL-: 531-0133 EVENINGS: 532-2046 SECRETARY Efficient, previous Synagogue experience preferred. Jacoii C Cohen C immunity Synagogue is:': Washington Ave., Miami Beach Sholonr; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, honorary president: Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mr.-. Harry l'latoff, vicepresident; Dr. Anna Brenner VIeyers, Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs. Carrie R. Sapiro, president's cabinet; Mrs. Sigmund Fogler, i recording secretary; Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, social secretary; Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger, parliamentarian. Hoard members are Mesdames: Mayer Alramowitz. A. Edward Cohen. Esther Cohen. Sara Czech. David Drucker, Joseph Duntov, Frances Entine, Myrtle Eostein, Joseph H. Epstein. Bcfty Feuer. Joan Field. Kmil Fnedlander. Abram Fox. Henry Gilbert. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, Louis Glasser, Fannie Goldberg, Esther Goodman. Myer Hani.-. Jack Katzman. Inez Krensky, Leon Kronish, Kate Meidenberg, Irving E. Miller. Kenneth Oka. David Ponve. Miriam Press, Joseph Ranibam. Matilda Ratner, Maurice Revitz, Leonard Rosen. Oida C. Rubin. 1 Louis B. Rudniek. David Shapiro. Nathan Spiegelman. Betty Steinberg, Philip F. Thau. Nathan Turner, Abraham I. L'slander. Lavinia Waldbaum. Carl W'einkle. Max Weitz, H. Franklin Williams, Maurice Zimmerman. Inaugural meetings of the newl season for five of the seven chapters of Miami Beach Council. B'nai B'rith Women, in September featured national convention reports and a book review. i Chai Chapter held a regular meeting on Tuesday evening at the Deauvifle Hotel, with Mrs. Ruth Corey, president, in charge, ["he group's five delegates to the District ."> convention presented i r t s. Refreshments were served Harmony Chapter, meeting Tuesday evening at the Chase Federal, 41st St. and Sheridan Ave had a panel discussion on the book, "Am 1 My Brother's Keeper'' Mrs. Jack Dernis is president. Mrs. Cecile G. Kluger. president of Hatikvah Chapter, conducted a regular meeting last Thursday, at 1 p.m.. in the Morton Towers Restaurant. Menorah Chapter will hear a convention report at its 12:30 p.m. meeting on Wednesday at Miami Beach Federal, Washington Ave. and Lincoln Rd. Mrs. John Benjamin is president. Social afternoon with card games followed the 1 p.m. business agenda of North Shore Chapter on Wednesday at the Deauville Hotel. President is Mrs. Betty Teitelbaum. Freedom Chapter and Miami Beach Chapter did not schedule September mes£ngs. President of Freedom is Mrs. Howard Dutkin. Mrs. Sally Fisher is president of .Miami Beach Chapter. Council president is Mr-. Max Kern. Women's Group Planning Tea Tours of the newly completed S2.000.000 addition to Variety Children's Hospital will be the highlight of the Women's Committee annual membership tea. The open house affair will be held at the hospital, 6125 SW 31st St., Coral Gables. Monday, Oct. 5. 1 to 4 p.m. Mrs. A. N. Kaplan, chairman of the tea, and her co-chairmen. Mrs. Edward Broidy and Miss Erne-tine Barber, have planned an afternoon of tours, talks, treats and talent for members of the Variety Children's Hospital Women's Committee. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Joseph Muskin. 7939 West Dr.. Miami Beach. Beach Hemophilia Auxiliary A 12:30 p.m. luncheon meeting ol the Miami B< ach Hemophilia Auxiliary is planned lor Thursday, Hi' l. at the Bel Aire Hotel ( will follow the business agenda. 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Friday.
September 25. 1964
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Page 9-A
Israel Reacts to Threats at Arab Summit


lack D. Gordon (right), member of the Dade County School
Board receives the Harry H. Cohen Americanism award for
hi* efforts in advancing education in Dade County. The
olaque is presented by Percy Friedlander, chairman of the
Americanism Committee of Post 3559 Veterans of Foreign
Wars. Ceremonies were at the post's headguarters, 610
West Ave.
Bishops Demand Clear
Statement on the Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
the world Is engaged in attempts
to increase understanding and
niid peaceful solutions for region-
al disputes. 11 would do well for
the world n<, i<> revert to an at-
titude ot complacency, silence and
ack of conci rn which it once evi-
denced towards threats 'it aggres-
iion accompanied by political and
military preparation aim 'd at
transl iting thn .:ts into action.''
Cit ng the resolution adopted at
Hi" Arab summit conference < ail-
ing for th rsi :i "i the upper
nries '. the .Ionian River
and promising "implementation of
Arab plans < specially in the mili-
lary and technical fields including
the commencement of work of
revolutionary character," the Gov-
ernment spokesman reiterated
Premier Eshkol's statement in
the Knesset. Israel's Parliament,
asserting that "Israel will draw
water from Lake Kinneret within
the quantities allotted her" in the
1 unified plan for the division of the
I water worked out by the late Eric
I Johnston, the special envoy nam-
i ed by former President Eisenhow-
er to deal with the problem.
"Israel will oppose unilateral il-
legal measures by Arab countries
and will act for the preservation
I of her vital interests." the state-
, ment declared, adding that "in the
measure that world public opinion
rejects the counsels of hostility
and aggression and encourages i
positive and constructive develop-
ment, it will assist the Arab gov-
ernments in abandoning a policy
of dangerous adventure and will
assist our region to move forward
on the path of constructive pro-
r< -- and p a
The implications of the Alex-
andria Arab summit conference
will be further explored by the
Israel Fore:gn Ministry which
contemplates slaps in m^ior
world capitals in order to make
the nation', aware of the true
nature ant' dangers involved in
the Arab threats, it was report-
ed here.
Israel's determination to repel
Arab aggression and act for the
preservation ol her vital interests
if the Arabs try to implement the
diversion of tne Jordan tributar-
ies is expected to be conveyed to
the various governments by Is-
rael's envoys throughout the
world. Israeli circles stressed to-
day that it was the major respon-
sibility of the powers supplying
the Arabs with economic and mili-
tary aid to realize the dangerous
path involved and the clear threat
of war.
HOME (JTA1 A group of i
T(i i the '2!') American bishops)
Ihe third session of the Ecu-
ll Council session decided at
i;! m eting last Thursday
on a cleared Council,
i ai ing the Jews of
- 'ii deicide.
in si mding votes, the Amen
is n.'jreed that the .lews
11" inlay are not responsible for
atfl of Christ, that even iii
lh.it time the .lews could e.ot be
i eld responsible, and that the de-
..Iion on Catholic-Jewish rela-
- n: ich as expected to be
. ced before the Council Fathers
Wednesdayshould restore the
.il drafl wording thai Jews
ii a d< < ide people.
The original draft, presented
il at its second ses-
i hot not hc'p-1 on,
the deicide charge
' ; illy, rtiat aid
r .: s':is
in and t'ia* the Jews
I -
many Jewish leaders regard as
an unfortunate stress on the
church's traditional hope for the
conversion of Jews to Christianity.
The text of the revised draft was
published in the United states on
Sept. 3 and touched off a storm
of criticism.
The American bishops also nam-
ed a committee to sound out ,
I eakers to ask for a stronger
statement in the council on their
behalf.
In the intricacies of Council
procedure, time worked, against
the American prelates. They
must choose speakers to meet a
deadline, and if that proves im-
possible, must seek petitions
from 70 Council Fathers for the
r.'jht to sp.*ak on the floor.
The i prel ites indi
in lent thej could do
JffJ/fi
air
toKemembcr...
,
rafl con
that
w s ii our time" ai e not
i m eliminating u
he word "deicide." In addition,
Ihe revised draft contains what
Rabbi Schin on TV
bbi Solo
ngri at on Beth El,
nd exi cutive v'u e president ol
the Rabl ni< I Vss < iation, Greal
er Miami, will conduct the
Jewish Worship Hour'' on Sun-
i ,y ii a.m. over Ch. 10. His topic
will be The Joys of Torah."
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.lev : Ii leaders from all |
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Sep:sniber 25, 1964 +Jeist tktridltmr Page 15-A i T COURT OF THE ^•VFilo^'OA^N CHANCERY C0 UNTY. FIjW C4C 655 srAKVKLL Iff, I pARVBLL Mir/CE 8V'"UBUCAT.ON ;im'u >d Kciaa *"!? 'fff-SSWanriBD thai nil ii ;l ;.,'",'.'," Divorce V 3 !i"! : %  =• %  ,,, „ serve" col' .„. plead! ii %  ha.been ,II MI-'reof your Answer %  aid oomplalnl meys. SCHONIntl attorney* Bcttw."" '.'. MI ill I'MAN. 01 I'.I-.'.I.VII.; KK.IJJ HSluini 1 .... %  ••-. 88180, ami answer or other '•' rice ot the Clerk ol i !" .' I, County, Mli • C>i ,„.„„,. the T.II da; ntherwlae, Judgment I %  u j| ... taken agalnal ) ou nndeil In the com' ol II i:> %  • i ,1. Dade County, ,1,,, ,.f Kept. 1984. I'UKISMAN i iroull Court p i IPELAND I l.ik ;i I-H-18-2S %  sOTiCE UNDER pi.-TiTiO-S NAME LAW !i IKUBBl GIVEN thai ring i" engage 11 [l„ I,, mi,.us nanu I I TAII-oll at 128 (II, Babies, Florida .. _.. ., >., .1 Minn,' With I circuit Court ol %  Ida. 1 AKNKT Coral Uabli s. i ,. in-I'll-: ... !• %  .Mil. 1 w Miami, Florida Ml, 18, -' % %  • VAYtHII BY HENRY LEONARD 'Then it's agreed Cantor Blackstein make no comments on my sermons say nothing about your singing." Copr. 1964, Daynnu Production* you and I LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10135 O A It INVESTMENTS. INC a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, EHKIE MITCHELL, a single vvninaii. 1 defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ESSIE MITCHELL l Tolmnn A> enue Gloucester, Massachusetts Vop ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai ,i Oomplalnl In Foreclose Agreement for Deed on the following described propcrt.' : Lol I". Block 8, of FIRST ADDITION Tn ALLAPATTAH Si'll si I'.nivisi" i\. according to the Plat thereof, .i> recorued In I iai Hook 7. HI I'age 119, of the Public Records iif I in,ICiiun'y, Florida, ban i>. tn brought against you, and you are liereb> notified to serve ;, copy ,, Flntida, on or before the 23rd da) ol October, 1984, otherwise the allegations ol said Complaint will ltaken .i> contented bs ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *-jenist tiknkMam solicits your legal notice*. W appreciate yoni patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit .1-1<85 lor messenger serrice LEGAL NOTICE I'la 10 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE • TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANC FOR DADE COUNTY, r. CRIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9665 RD K'| i.\. Iltlft, it |Ji BARRY KON, ndant. INO""CE BY PUBLICATION %  RNOLD B \KI:Y KON I334 last B3rd street 1\. York, Sew York ItNol.li IIARKY KON, are %  titled that a Complaint for ,.ibeen filed auain.it you, Mm •• required t .servo a copy nswer or pleading t" the klai i,ir Divorce on the liainM;.,iney, A I.AN S. ROSENI Alnsley ISulldlng, Miami. |a. mi file the original answer .g in the office "i the Clerk Ireult Court, on or before ,.' iiclohel'. 19*4. k II to do so, judgment by II be taken against you lief ,1 amled In the ComI ilvori ••. \ND ORDERED at Miami. 2nd day ol Bept. P.. I.i:\THF.RMAN ..i ii,. circuit Court i. County, Florida •lilt Seal! B. 11 LANWAY, Deputy Clerk •-11, I s 1984. in •; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY N9. 64C 9654 I:STII. KI.IM: Plaintiff \ •• JOHN 1 -I:• KLINE Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN LEO KLINE 3600 Joppa K-iid llalllmore. Mar} land YOU ARK UBREKY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required t" serve a copy "f your Anawer or other pleading to said complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, BOHONFELD and FEI.DMAN, %  •"' Biacayna Building, Miami. Florida, 88130, and fiin the original answer "r other pleading In the offlt i the Clerk of ih. Circuit Court, Dade County, Miami. Florida, on or before the 7th da) of October, (Wi Otherwise, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the rellel demanded in the complaint. DATED at Miami. l>nde County. Florida tlii> l>t day of Beptember, 19(4, E. B. WEATHERMAN Clerk of Clroult Court (seal) By: C i". COPELAND Deput) Clerk •/4-11-18-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Norici: is HEREBY GIVEN that Ih. undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under Ihf fh-titloua name of JOHNNY'S HIDEOl'T at 8615 N.W. %  • mi Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the t.lerk ,,ithe Clrcull Court ot Dade County, '''"'"'i'.ol.A NAK ltr.ACKWKI.I. Sole Owner STEPHEN F. KK.ssi.KK Attorney tor Applicant IR9H S.W. 1st Stlet. Miami. Florida ft W/J COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL tUT, DADE COUNTY, FLA. NO. 64C 9485 •RE W ADLER, %  ilntiff. I A \ni.rr.. i • • %  ndant. DTICE BY PUBLICATION ROSIN A A1M.F.H. Residence serve a our answer to Divorce torn1 auuin.-t y,.u on IMsiin11 %  I'> OEOROE NICHOLAS, 612 ?-h Avc. Miami. Fla.. and Hnal with Clerk of this Court [afore Sept. to, 1964, otherwise nt win be ponfeeaed by you. -i> Oct. unit. 6I.FATHKKMAN. Clerk f: •:. H. LAN WAT. D.C. % %  1 11, !< %  -' %  NOTICE UNDER fTITIOUS NAME LAW IS Hr'lF.ItY GIVEN that •Wiuned, desiring to enguae in esa .inler the fictitious name of \:\V. .u l-':!."." N E. 6tb North Miami. Florida. In-glster said name with the le Circuit Court of Dade [".orlda. MAY i: RVMAR Sole i iwner IS F. KF.SSLEIt for A;.'.' rant 1st Street, iorlda i.i-li, 18, V>. 1" ,cR OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF i'OA. IN AND FOR DADE IcMTY. IN CHANCERY No etC 66 I M.r.Kr. BELARDINO, %  Iff, ELARDINO, ..nit. LAINT FOR DIVORCE :Y BEL VRDINO nee l ''v.iniw n KY BELARDINO, arc liere.1 that .-, Complaint for Dllieen filed against you. and • 'i|iiired t" serve a copy of ,r or Pleading t, the Oomthe PlaintlfPs Attorney, i:i:i:. tso Lincoln Road, Ml. Florida, and file the orlgr or l'1-.idlng In the office trk of t' •Circuit Court on the 14th day of October, hi fail tr do so. Judgment by 111 be taken against you for d.in null ,i In the Complaint. %  AND ORDERED "t Miami. Stl day of Beptember, Ii.i: \ % %  •• I:\I \N, CTerk, ouri. tfci : Count>. iloi Ida SNEEDEN i •• 'lerk BERK 9, 11-18-8S, l" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9867 LEA II. COLLET, Plaintiff, vs. JAY B COLLEY, Defendant. COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE Tii: JAY S. COLLET Residence I'nknown You JAY S. Cul.l-KY. .ire hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce Has been riled against you, and you are required to cerve a copy of your Misw.r or Pleading to the t omp Hint on the Plaintiffs attorney. ALAK BHERR 8M Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach Florida, and tile the original tnawer or Pleading In th. oiiice of the ci.rk of the circuit Court on or before the nth day f Octoeer, MM. U you fad to do so. Judgment by default i" %  •• t-' ,: '' against you for the relict demanded in the t omplalnt. |X)NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florla. IMS -ih Baj of Beptembar, 'EH LEATKERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade Cunty. Honda (eal) By: L. SNEEDEN 11, piny < lerk ALAN BHERR Attornej tot Plaintiff „,,.,,.;,. n/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol FL SOLO nt M2K SW 37th Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida. NORMAN KAIX-HTHAI.FR S,,le Owner STEPHEN F. KE88LER Attorney tor Applicant 1998 B.W. 1st Stre.-t. Miami, Florida 9-11. DATED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this l.'ilh day of September, 1964. K. H l.i: \ rilERM \ v. i 'lerk, i 'i out i adi i ,,ciit> I-1 la (seal) By: HELEN KKSSI.I.K Deput) i "lerk '.' I'•-•.'.'.. 1" :'-: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FO^ DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64365 C IN RE: K-i ii. i HERMINK i: KOLL ,-,l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creilllors ami All Pets, as Having Claim* ol 11. HI. He.Against Kuid ite: v„u are her. bj notified and i • quired t<, presi'iil anj claims and demands \> ii., II ,,,, > ii.' (• %  '-'' msi the estate ol HERMINK E. Km.I. deceased lute nt I Hide County, Florida, to the Count> Judges ol Daile County, and file the same in duplicate and nil provided in Section T:::. l;. Florida Statutes, in their unices m the i ounty Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, "itiiin sis calendar months from (he time of the first publication hereof, in the same "ill be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, tins nth day oi September, A.M. 1984. \\ ALTER .1. K'U. A.Adiiiiinsii ator First publication of this notice on the 18th day of Beptember, i"i UKRVYN I.. AMI'.s ..I i laowe, Ames ft Rltter Attorne) for Admlnlatrator .-'uile 808 I'lscav a,i'.lili;. 1 W. Flugler St., Miami. I la. :• iv-::.. 10 :-'.• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih. ui,,<. rslgneil, desli ing to • igugi Ii business undei the fictitious nanie ••' l'i n'ls .ii l'.i-i i in ce Box ITT North West Branch, Miami. Horlila EM, Intends to register said nami with the i %  !.., K of ih.i 'II i nt | 'ii' I ol 1 lade i "luini \. Florida \\ II. 1.1 AM IT. Ill 'V THEI il X "RE M TRCSHIN Attorn. % fot William E. Ho.' %  l^-'JT,, 11 is, ;:•. l' 1 -' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63769 B IN RE: Eetate of LOUIS ZIMMERMAN DeC'a sell NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All creditors and All Persons Having Claims or lVmands Against Said You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have at-ainst the estate "f LOC18 ZIMMKRMAN deoeaaed late of Dade County, Florida. to the Countv Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in BecUon 7S3.16, tiorida Statutes. In their offices 111 the < ountv Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Oated at Miami, Florida, this ,th dav of August. A.D. 194 ROBLTN B. ZIMMERMAN As Executrix Wot.Fs'oN & DIAMOND in? Lincoln Head Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Roalyn ^;, 1 f. i ;"["V",",;'" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9796 ROBERT WILLIAM MALONET, Plaintiff, BARBARA ANN ELIZABETH MALONEY, "NOTICEBY PUBLICATION TO: BARBARA ANN ELIZABETH MALONEY '.• Camden Avenue Providence, Rhode IsJ"nd TOU, BARBARA ANN ELIZABETH MALONEY, are hereby not fled that a Complaint tor Divorce has been filed agulnst you. and you are required to %  erva a copy ol your answer or pleading to the "Complaint for 1'Ivorce. on ,i„, plaintiff.Attorney, AI.A-> e. OSENTIIAI, 1111 Alnsley Building Miami, Florida, i.nd flic the original answer or pleading m the Offloe of ,i„. cierk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 18th day of October, MM. If Mm fail to do so. Judgmenl bj default will I" taken against you lor the reii.f demanded In the Complaint for ''Vi'i.Vl' VND ORDERED at Miami, IHorida, this Ith da) of Beptamoer, M *E B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, ,, i'.., ; i, Dade County, Florida By"MARGl'ERITBMORFORD ll %  'lei i:i. 11-18-85, 1". NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9799 BORIS METERBON PASSENO a/k. a, I.I.I.KN DORIS MEYERSON I'ASSKNn. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN K l'AS-SENo a'k/a .loll.N PAB8BNEAU u/k,a JOHN KIRK. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JOHN K. PASSENO a/k i JOHN PABSENEAI a-k/a JOHN KIRK gftOfl North Van Born St. Alexandria, Virginia You, John K. rasseiio a/k'a Jonn IM.~M-n.au a k a John Kirk, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa iieen filed agalnal you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill" of Complaint on the plulntiii's attorney. AINSI.EE It. FERUIE. Suite •>U2 8815 B.W. LeJeune Itoud. Coral Oabtee, Florida 33134. and file the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit t ourt on or before the 1-th day of October, iab4. If von fall to do so, Judgment by default "ill be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill ot Complaint. .... This notice shall he published once each week for lour consecutive week! In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND URDERBD at Miami, Florida, this 4th day of September V D, i i4. E B LEATHBRMAN, Cl( rk, Circuit Court, Dade Ctounty, Florida (seal) !• '• -'DJ.TRU Deputy Clerk AINSLEE R FERDIB Suite -"-. 2315 SW Ls Jeune Rd. Coral Oabli 134 Attorne.v fot Plaintiff 9/U-1S-2:,, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7672 THE SVII.I.IAMSP.l KB 11 SAVI.NHS BANK, Plaintiff, CARMEN PHILLIP CORICA and COBICA. his iii it married, it al. Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: RICHARD c.l.H'KMAN IL':'. Went .'Till Street New York. New York You are hereby notified that the above cnptloned action has been instituted against you in the circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County t.. foreoluHe a mortgage uisui the following described real propert}" Lot IT Block 47 First Addition to Carol Cltj iicoordlng to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book i at Page 19 ot the Public Records ol Bade County, Florida, You are required to file your anawer t" pl.iintiiis complaint with the Clerk ol the aforesaid Court, and serve a opv thereof upon plalniitfs attorney MARTIN PINE. 14th Floor, Bad,Federal Building, Miami % %  :. Florida, not later than October 19, pen. or a Decree Pro Confeseo will be entered against you. DATED: Beptember 11. 1984 i: II. LEATHBRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: .1. •' NELSON Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINE Attornej for Plaintiff 14th Flour Dade Federal Bldg. Miami 38. Florid. (| ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIN EN the undersigned, desiring to engag< i i %  i.-mi". %  ih. fii nanu o DADE CAMERA CENTER at 1784 S w. iiiith Street, M ami, Floi Ida, ii tends i %  register suld name with i 'lerk ni the Clri tilt Court ol 1 %  i'..unn Florida. S \\H El, R 1^ NNE BASSETT ,v I'ERRAR \ Mioi le • for Applicant • l" : NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 10146 ROBERT A IIERLES. Plaintiff, lACQl'BLIK HERLES, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: Mrs. .Iac.|iielin Iterles e/o William Nicholson 171st Btreet It N th Avenue Tlnley I*ark, Illinois You art herebj nutlfiefl that a Oomplalnl for Divorce has been flleit agalnal you, and you are required to serve a cops of your Anawer or Pleading to the Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. •' %  David Uebman. 80 Southeast First Avenue Miami, Florida and file the original An su-er or Pleading in the office of tb Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 88rd day oi October, PuJi. li you fall lo do so. Judgmenl bj %  ifault will i,e taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint I MINI: AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, Hiis 15th day ol Beptembei A. 1>. 1964. i:. B IJSATHERMAN. clerk, circuit Court, Dade Cocnty, Florida (aeul) By: C. P. CI.PEI.A.NO I iioiiiy Clerk .1. DAVID LIUBMAN jn si:, iii -t Av %  Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff ^ )S ... ,„ .,_,, TO: reI'lNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 10111 in (LORES I'.oWEN. Plaintiff ERNEST BOWEN Defendant __,.,SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ERNMOT BOWEN Residence I nknon n You. ERNEST BOWEN, are bv notified that a Complaint f vorce has been filed against you, and vim are required t" serve a copy ol your Anawer or Pleading t" the Complaint "ii the Plaintiffs attorney. Alfred Kreieler, 701 Alnaley Building, Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office ol the Clerk oi the Circuit Court on nr before the 19th day of October, 19M, It you fall t" do su. Judgmenl by default "in be liken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this l lib day of September A.D l4 i: p. LEA MERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Com '. I ade Cocnt>. Florida (aeal) H) C. P Ct)l'BLAND H > Clerk Al.FRl 4LHR VI ,i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 8738 THE WII.IJAMSBl ECU SAVINGS BANK. Plaintiff. FIN LEY JONE8 Trustee In Bankruptcy, et al. Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT John D'Agoetlno and He,en 1 'Agostlno, his wife. Residence L'nkuown, ana if remarri.-i. their unknown spouses, if living, and il dead, the unknown heirs, devisees. legatees. nS--IKII.'.Ki-antees, llenora, credltora, trustees or other claimants, claiming by, through, under or against any of the ubove named defendants who are deceased. You are hereby notified that the above captloned action has been In-tii,ii.,I against you in the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Hade County to for. close a mortgage upon the following described real property: ____•__„ i.,„ : Block c W-ESTHAVBN HEIGHTS, according t" the l lat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 811 Page 31 Public Records of w* County, Florida, togethei with Welbilt P. In i Hen & Range 6180 5J Range Hood \V'E\h. Pan: Norgi Washer W4-415: Screen Porch, Tub Enclosure, Hm Water Heater, Venetian Blinds: Con. Carbage Hin \\ Cans: Cone. Clothes Poles and Upholstered B Fart Nook. You are required to file your an.n,.i to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and nerve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney, MARTIN FINE, 14th Flow Dade Federal Building. Miami •' %  '-'. Florida, not later than Oct. !'. 191,4. or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED: Aug. 88, 1884, B. B. LWATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court By: E. H LANWAY, OeputN Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorne) for plaintiff 11th Floor Bade Federal Bldg. Miami 3!, Florida a 4. ii. !•. '.'• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, derirlna to engage in business under Ihe flctltlotia name of LATIN \MBRICA Ci iNSl'l.TANTS ;n :',.,7 PHI Vmerlcan Paul. Building Inti mito n gist, ; nnl i name Ith the Clerk ol the Court I I 'lot id I RACE BHELTi >N Hull '.. I" I



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rri day. September 25. 1964 *JeHisii flkridfifoin Page 9-A Israel Reacts to Threats at Arab Summit Tack D. Gordon (right), member of ihe Dade County School Board receives the Harry H. Cohen Americanism award for hil efforts in advancing education in Dade County. The plaque is presented by Percy Friedlander, chairman of the Americanism Committee of Post 3559 Veterans of Foreign Wars. Ceremonies were at the post's headquarters, 610 West Ave. Bishops Demand Clear Statement on the Jews Continued from Page 1-A the world is engaged in attempts to increase understanding and find peaceful solutions for regionj ;il disputes, u would do well for the world not to revert to an ,-ii titude of complacency, silence and! lack of concern which it once evid< need towards threats 'it aggresiion accompanied t political and military prepai aim Miami AJC Planning For National Meet Greater Miami chapter, Ameri* can Jewish Committee, is making plans for the meeting it will host tor the National Executive Bo d .1 the Fontainebleau Hotel from Dec. i to 6. Jewish leaders from all | of the country \\\\\ convene here lor the occasion. on Friday, Dec. 4, designated "Hospitalitj N'ight." local chapter members will entertain small groups of visitors for dinner in their homes. Special committee in charge I of this phase of the program includes Mesdames Marcella llofj mayor, A. Herbert Matties and \ Sydney Weintraub. General chairman is James I Katzman. THE BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD i MIAMI • FLORIDA FACING BISCAYNE BAY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR FESTIVITIES AT THE EEAUTIfUL NEWLY DECORATED STARLIGHT KAMJtOOM SEATING U TO 300 ir WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS ir BANQUETS RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS AAEETINGS • FREE PARKING • CATERING Package Deal, Including Liquor, Cake, Hors d'ouevers, Photographer Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern CALL SHIRLEY, CATERING MANAGER lit 9-3793 MEET PERFECTIONISTS *S^~~^ ,N THE CATERING FIELD \^J *T^\ They re i>net!tialled In their profession, VszGf They are the diLido's catering staff. They r/h^S will make a success of any party... wedding... a Bar Mitrvah*... a business ,>• .-* meeting or a social luncheon. They will H fTOV serve from 20 to 1000 diner: with fhe food expertly prepared in the diLido's newly decorated Cotillion oom. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call Ht.Teichi.er at JEfferson 8-081for the best function you've ever hadl %  ICM€ A?ll>BU A Slrkln Family Enterprise OCEANFRONt", C0LLIN* AVENUE AND LINCOLN ROAD MAU for Elegant Functions omplete Catering Facilities for that Special Party served in superb lashion setting that will rellect your good taste. .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.5O0 tutin. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CDEAUVILLE I Charles Miller, Executive Food Director PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THE OCEAN AT B7lh STREET. MIAMI BEACH


Friday. September 25, 1964
*Jenisli fkridHimn
Page 7-A,
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American Prelates Press Jewish Issue
Barry Moss, ninth grade student at the Hebrew Academy, is
cited by the Executive Club of Miami Beach with the organi-
zation's Youth of the Month Award. The award, presented
monthly by the Executive Club, is made to the student select-
ed by the school's faculty as the outstanding student in citi-
jopsh'p and scholarship. Making the presentation is Dr.
tpi --. B'rk" chairman of the Youth of the Month Committee
;or cli b. Looking on ere Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss, par-
ent- oi Be-"
Beth Torah Holds Israel Dinner Here;
500 Honor Leader Dave Margulies
\: overflow audience of nearly
r,00 joined in celebrating Israel's
6th year of independence and
tribute to Congregation Beth
"orah leader Dave Margulies last
Saturday evening.
Responding to stirring addresses
v Dr. Max A. Lipschltz, Beth
Torah's spiritual leader. U.S.
Sen. Wayne Morse, and U.S. Rep.
iaude Pepper, members of the
NEW
CAR
LOANS
ONLY
DEAL DIRECT
FOR THE MONEY
YOU ID! KM f Utti Cits!
JE 2-6451
JEFFERSON
NATIONAL
BANK
OP
MIAMI BEACH
ft-thur Godfrey Road at Pmettee Drive
BANKING HAS CHANGED
"Since Jefferson Arrived"
congregation and friends pur-
chased a record sum <>f S109.000
in State ol Israel Bunds as an ex-
pression Of their participation in
helping Israel's continuing in-j
dependence through developing
economic strength.
Rabbi Lipschitz expressed
warm gratification with the re-
sponse in Israel Bond purchases
and saie\ "These wonderful re-
sults are a reflection of our con-
gregation's growth in the com-
munity, of our members' great
awareness of community re-
sponsibility, and of our joy in
taking an important share in
the wonderful task of helping to
build a strong Israel."
Participating in the program
were Irving Newman, who served
as toastmaster; Richard Sneider,
congregation president; Mrs. Stan-
ley stein. Sisterhood president.
ho was chairman of the Host
Committee; and Mayor Arthur
Snyder, of North Miami Beach.
one of the colorful highlights
Of the evening was the kindling
of the Menorah of State. Parti-
cipating m the ceremony were
Sam Dorfman, Stanley Stein.
imuel Fox, Henry Gilbert. Solo
mon Sandier. William Dickman.
lerry Dudell, Joseph Schmier,
Ralph Base. Maximillian Peld-
stein, Morris Young. Dr. Morton
Rosenbluth, Morris Goldfarb, Ed-
win Chayt, Stanley Friedman,
Nat Glazier, Sy Ree>e and Neil
Shteir.
Conrinued from Page 1-A
cated that they will support
actively a stronger declaration.
The exception is James Francis
Cardinal Mclntyre, of Los An-
geles, who once declined to sign
a petition condemning anti-
Semitism in the Soviet Union on
the grounds that his anti-Com-
munist views were already well
enough known.
i
The light of the American pre-
ates to secure a clear-cut Coun-
cil statement clearing the Jews
>f all charges of deieide is led
>y Richard Cardinal dishing of
Boston. It is backed by a great
najority of the 240 American j
lishops attending the session. At
a meeting last week attended by |
170 of the U.S. bishops, it was'
unanimously decided to work for
the improvement of the current
draft. The bishops agreed that.
even in the time of Christ, the (
Jews could not be held respon-1
sible for the crucifixion. One bish-
op asserted that the Jews are no
more responsible for the death
of Jesus than were the people of
Dallas for President Kennedy's
assassination.
The fight for a stronger draft
>f the declaration on Jews is be-
ing hacked by Joseph Cardinal
Hitler, of St. Louis, and Albert
Cardinal Meyer. of Chicago.
Francis Cardinal Spellman. of New
York, has similarly expressed the
1 view that the deieide charge
should be strongly refuted He is
recovering from an illness in New
York, and was expected to arrive
lure in time to participate in the
lebate.
The stand of the American
prelates on exonerating the Jews
from the charge of deieide is
[ backed by many important arch-
bishops and bishops of France,
West Germany, Belgium, Aus-
' tria and Latin American coun-
i fries. The original draftpre-
| sented to the Council at its sec-
ond session last year but not act-
ed onrepudiated the deieide
charge specifically. That state-
ment said that Christ died to
atone for the sins of all mankind,
and that the Jews could not be
held to special accountability.
However, this c"raft was with-
drawn as a result of objections
of bishops from Arab countries
and the conservative theologians
of the Roman Curia.
Subsequently, the draft was con-
siderably revised, stating only
that the Jews of "our time'' are
not responsible, and eliminating
use of the word "deieide." In ad-
dition, the revised draft contains
what many Jewish leaders regard
as an unfortunate stress on the
Church's traditional hope for the
conversion of Jews to Christianity.
The text of the revised draft was
published in the United States on
September 3, and touched off a
storm of criticism.
The Council press office publish-
ed a substantial summary of the
revised draft with a lengthy intro-
duction, explaining its genesis and
significant dates in its four years
of development. One introductory
statement was that there were 70
pages of amendments and propos-
als to the original text, which had
been examined at a meeting of
the Secretariat in Arricia near
Home last spring.
A pre-s panel of American bish-
1 ops was the occasion for an ex-
planation that a declaration re-
ceives the same complete treat-
ment before the Council as does
a decree. The reply was given in
response to a question about the
declarations on the Jews and on
freedom of religion.
According to the explanation.
j the declarations, when passed,
will be published like any other
', Council proclamation, and will be
I as binding and siginificant. The
' bishops said that the exact effect
j would depend on concrete appli-
cation and by the impact of each
' element of the declarations car-
ried at the pastoral level.
Bishop James Edward McMan-
us of Puerto Rico, when asked
how the declaration might b
received, said it was inconceiv-
able that it could be ignored
because it was a statement of
principle by the Pope and
Council, when approved, and
would have the greatest author-
ity and binding force.
The Secretariat for Christian
Unity, headed by Augustin Car-
dinal Bea, was informed about
Jewish reactions to the revised
draft of the declaration, it
stated at a press conference to-
day by Archbishop John Heenan
of Westminster. He said also thuL,
the Secretariat, which had first
presented the earlier draft of a
declaration on the Jews had in-
formed Jewish circles on the is-
sue.
He added he was certain that
the current session of the Council
would vote on a declaration on
Jewish-Catholic relations, but de-
clined specific comment on the
revised version of the proposed
declaration. Since the draft was
due for early debate, he said, he
would not speak on this "delicate
matter "
Archbishop Heenan also said
that the Secretariat headed by
Cardinal Bea has had several
meetings on the matter, and that
he was convinced that there
would be several "interventions"
in the session on the draft.
He was asked whether it was
true that the wording of the
revised draft calls for conver-
sion of Jews to Christianity, and
replied that an authoritative re-
ply to that complaint also wouid
be given in debate.
An editorial in Ave Maria, a
Roman Catholic weekly published
by the Holy Cross Fathers, ap-
pealed to the Ecumenical Council
fathers to act in the spirit of love
regarding the proposed declara-
tion on relations with the Jewish
people.
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Friday. September 25, 1964 *Jenisli fkridHimn Page 7A, i' I American Prelates Press Jewish Issue Barry Moss, ninth grade student at the Hebrew Academy, is cited by the Executive Club of Miami Beach with the organization's Youth of the Month Award. The award, presented monthly by the Executive Club, is made to the student selected by the school's faculty as the outstanding student in citijopsh'p and scholarship. Making the presentation is Dr. tpi -•-. B'rk" chairman of the Youth of the Month Committee ;o r •• cli b. Looking on ere Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss, parentoi Be%  ••" Beth Torah Holds Israel Dinner Here; 500 Honor Leader Dave Margulies \: overflow audience of nearly r,00 joined in celebrating Israel's 6th year of independence and tribute to Congregation Beth "orah leader Dave Margulies last Saturday evening. Responding to stirring addresses v Dr. Max A. Lipschltz, Beth Torah's spiritual leader. U.S. Sen. Wayne Morse, and U.S. Rep. iaude Pepper, members of the NEW CAR LOANS ONLY DEAL DIRECT FOR THE MONEY YOU ID! KM f Utti Cits! JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK OP MIAMI BEACH ft-thur Godfrey Road at Pmettee Drive BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived" congregation and friends purchased a record sum <>f S109.000 in State ol Israel Bunds as an expression Of their participation in helping Israel's continuing in-j dependence through developing economic strength. Rabbi Lipschitz expressed warm gratification with the response in Israel Bond purchases and saie\ "These wonderful results are a reflection of our congregation's growth in the community, of our members' great awareness of community responsibility, and of our joy in taking an important share in the wonderful task of helping to build a strong Israel." Participating in the program were Irving Newman, who served as toastmaster; Richard Sneider, congregation president; Mrs. Stanley stein. Sisterhood president. ho was chairman of the Host Committee; and Mayor Arthur Snyder, of North Miami Beach. one of the colorful highlights Of the evening was the kindling of the Menorah of State. Participating m the ceremony were Sam Dorfman, Stanley Stein. imuel Fox, Henry Gilbert. Solo mon Sandier. William Dickman. lerry Dudell, Joseph Schmier, Ralph Base. Maximillian Peldstein, Morris Young. Dr. Morton Rosenbluth, Morris Goldfarb, Edwin Chayt, Stanley Friedman, Nat Glazier, Sy Ree>e and Neil Shteir. Conrinued from Page 1-A cated that they will support actively a stronger declaration. The exception is James Francis Cardinal Mclntyre, of Los Angeles, who once declined to sign a petition condemning antiSemitism in the Soviet Union on the grounds that his anti-Communist views were already well enough known. i The light of the American preates to secure a clear-cut Council statement clearing the Jews >f all charges of deieide is led >y Richard Cardinal dishing of Boston. It is backed by a great najority of the 240 American j lishops attending the session. At a meeting last week attended by | 170 of the U.S. bishops, it was' unanimously decided to work for the improvement of the current draft. The bishops agreed that. even in the time of Christ, the ( Jews could not be held respon-1 sible for the crucifixion. One bishop asserted that the Jews are no more responsible for the death of Jesus than were the people of Dallas for President Kennedy's assassination. The fight for a stronger draft >f the declaration on Jews is being hacked by Joseph Cardinal Hitler, of St. Louis, and Albert Cardinal Meyer. of Chicago. Francis Cardinal Spellman. of New York, has similarly expressed the 1 view that the deieide charge should be strongly refuted He is recovering from an illness in New York, and was expected to arrive lure in time to participate in the lebate. The stand of the American prelates on exonerating the Jews from the charge of deieide is [ backed by many important archbishops and bishops of France, West Germany, Belgium, Aus' tria and Latin American couni fries. The original draft—pre| sented to the Council at its second session last year but not acted on—repudiated the deieide charge specifically. That statement said that Christ died to atone for the sins of all mankind, and that the Jews could not be held to special accountability. However, this c"raft was withdrawn as a result of objections of bishops from Arab countries and the conservative theologians of the Roman Curia. Subsequently, the draft was considerably revised, stating only that the Jews of "our time'' are not responsible, and eliminating use of the word "deieide." In addition, the revised draft contains what many Jewish leaders regard as an unfortunate stress on the Church's traditional hope for the conversion of Jews to Christianity. The text of the revised draft was published in the United States on September 3, and touched off a storm of criticism. The Council press office published a substantial summary of the revised draft with a lengthy introduction, explaining its genesis and significant dates in its four years of development. One introductory statement was that there were 70 pages of amendments and proposals to the original text, which had been examined at a meeting of the Secretariat in Arricia near Home last spring. A pre-s panel of American bish1 ops was the occasion for an explanation that a declaration receives the same complete treatment before the Council as does a decree. The reply was given in response to a question about the declarations on the Jews and on freedom of religion. According to the explanation. j the declarations, when passed, will be published like any other ', Council proclamation, and will be I as binding and siginificant. The bishops said that the exact effect j would depend on concrete application and by the impact of each element of the declarations carried at the pastoral level. Bishop James Edward McManus of Puerto Rico, when asked how the declaration might b received, said it was inconceivable that it could be ignored because it was a statement of principle by the Pope and Council, when approved, and would have the greatest authority and binding force. The Secretariat for Christian Unity, headed by Augustin Cardinal Bea, was informed about Jewish reactions to the revised draft of the declaration, it stated at a press conference today by Archbishop John Heenan of Westminster. He said also thuL, the Secretariat, which had first presented the earlier draft of a declaration on the Jews had informed Jewish circles on the issue. 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Page 14-A +Jeisti IfhrSdliain Friday, September 25, 1364 UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON UNRWA Chief Aims Tentative Guns at Arab 'Dead Souls' v>United Nations T HE. ARABS ARE all excited 100,000 Dead Souls who have now come to haunt them. These arc dead 'refugees" who, over the years, have been issued ration cards by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees. Now Laurence Michelmore, the comir,i-sioner-general of the UN arm for the feeding of the Arao reiugees. proposeto take the dead off his relief rolls. And the Arabs are howling "chutzpah"—or whatever that word is in Arabic. A UN footnote has suddenly come to life—and the Arabs don't like it. One who follows the UNRWA reports filed with the General Assembly each year knows that lootnote well. Year to year, the first of the manv statistical tables forming an annex to that report deals with the "total registered popuit m (of refugees Recording to category." And ays there is an asterisk. And. always thai asti risk refers to this footnote (a): "The above statistics are based on the Agency's re istration records which do not necessarily reflect the actual refugee population owing to factors such as the high rate of unreported deaths and undetected lalse registrations." Lets let the other "undetected false registrations" go tor the moment. But what about those •unreported deaths?" The United Nations has known about them for many years. How many Dead Souls holding ration cards are there? Really, no one knows the exact figure. There are some reasonable guesses. Hr. Michelmore seems to think :h.it ri'iht now they number at least 100,000. He wants to cancel those 100,000 ration cards and give the cards to people known to be alive. Isn't that lair enough' 1 Let's nol be too sure that Mr. Michelmoi ""'IIIHM a the Commission — as he had to — and hell loose. Mr. Michelmore has plenty of time to revi draft report and may toss out the proposal t*. the cards away from the Dead Souls—under sure from the Arab rulers. The refugees those cards—they are veritable bread baskets ter than money in the bank. But the United s is also interested in those Dead Souls. As Is known, it is the U.S.A. that pays 70 per ce UNRWA's annual costs, b n 'i. to IIS % %  .(• isle %  i I)i f II cc M I:" KK III! fill I* III! II |.| |,J I %  %  Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Reality of Our Future Lies in the Ever-Present Past THE EMERGENCE OF CONSERVATIVE JUDAISM. By Moshe Davis. 542 pp., Illustrated. Philadelphia: 222 No. 15th St. $5.50. IT HAS BEEN repeatedly said: A people that does not undestand its past cannot have a future. The Jewish community of the United States should have taken this 'ruth to heart long ago. Fortunately, one of our most thoughtful scholars has now produced a book which should go far in rectifying this situation. Dr. Moshe Davis is head of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and co-director of the American Jewish History Center of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America Dr. Davis is an editor of its Regional History Series and former Seminary provost. Dr. Davis' new book gives the story of Jewish religion in America from the first Jewish settlement in the United States to the beginning of the present century. Scholarly, thorough, objective, the story is also lull of Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Few Jewish Votes Decided to Help Nasser Washington /CONGRESSIONAL FRIENDS <>l| ** Israel who look opposing side: on a vote t<> sever aid to Egyptl %  t ill troubled In the hitter del in of ii7| to 113. the House of Represents lives voted ii r a weak and evasive substitute amendment for a spa ciiic. mandatory ban on aid toi Egypt, advocated by Rep. Oliver! P. Bolton, Ohio Republican. The Bolton ban on the Nasser regime would have passed if Congressmen of Jewish faith had not split on the issue. Four Jews favored the Bolton measure and lour were against it. Rep. Leonard Karbstein. Benjamin Rosenthal, Jacob Gilbert, all Democrats, and Seymour Halpern. Republican, each from New York, backed the anti-Nasser drive. Representatives Abraham Multer and Emanuel Celler, of New York, Charles Joelsen, New Jersey, and Samuel Friedel. Maryland, favored the substitute. The substitute left the question in the hands of the State Department and the President. Even non-Jewish supporters of Israel were divided. Rep. James Roosevelt, California Democrat, was the author of the substitute amendment designed to kill the Bolton move. Rep. Roosevelt said • 1 do not want to tie the handof the President in a way that would he unrealistic, and therefore 1 offered this amendment." But another old friend of Israel, Hep. William tts Ryan, New York Democrat, said that a disnarj anti-aggression clause, involving Na.-ser, was written into the Foreign Aid Act of l%3 nored by the state Department. Rep. Ryan -aid Nasser's preparations for aggression made n essary to take definite action. Rep. Bolton was mainly concerned about Nas-elite aggression in Yemen and diversion of re-oiirces. facilitated by the U.S. aid program, to finance Soviet arms purchase. His concern about Israel was merely coincidental as was the case with many Congressmen backing him who had grown vexed in general with Nasser's anti-Americanism and publicity. The Bolton faction took the position that Nasser does not deserve further American support and has created a situation dangerous to the entire region. When the bitter fight was over, the issue was decided by a mere four votes. Irony was added by the fact that four Jewish Congressmen voted for continued aid to Nasser, in eflect, by voting against the mandatory Bolton stand. II ... Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Dangemus Game That May Challenge His Rule Jerusalem QBSERVERS HERE are quite puz" zlcd — and disturbed — by the strange spectacle of the developing rems between Jordan's King Hussein and Egypt's Col. Abdul \a.--er. Folly nine years now. Hussein has openly b Nasser of ag the overthrow I his n :< %  •(• accusations were on more than one occasion substanti by verj tani ible evidence which included the un %  on Solis-< ohen, and other.-. As We Were Saying: By ROSERT E. SEGA1 The Continuing Battle A SILENT BUT most significant re ** volution against some of America's mot restrictive suppressions of traditional civil liberties has been taking place recently. And this nation is much the better tor this strengthening of individual rights in the long and tearful period ot the Cold War. In the space of just a few months, a naturalized American citizen, living in Cologne, Germany for a decade, has regained the citizenship wrested from her by the far-ranging McCarranWaitcr Immigration and Naturalization law; the NAACP has won its case against the State of Alabama; loyalty test oaths have been dealt a severe blow; and the Supreme Court has voided a conviction under the Internal Security Act of 1950. the so-called McCarran Act. requiring Communist-action and Communist-front groups toj J register with the Justice Department. *^j Ever since Thomas Jefferson's election as President ot the United States destroyed American acceptance of the infamous alien and sedition laws, battlers for civil liberties in America have found it necessary in each generation to whet the edge of freedom's sword. Our own era is no exception. The rise of the modern Communist state and the acceptance of totalitarian ideologies over a wide surface of the earth have frightened the Insecure among nto men a degree that vigilantes and freedom-suppressors have multipled in the past 20 years. Aping the ,,,,r ;' : they till assert they speak for America. Sad, 5 i8 them um\ millions of silent and dfsinlunerioans, Mister Cooke has remarked"Libert; ont in our time a markedly American pas mu I h ive protection against those and : I office holders who misread our I lion and trike out to tell us with whom we may asso jate hy "i demonstrate, where we may nol picket *•< nof read, and how we may not ,. Wh( Supreme Court voided a conviction under '.'" ; Securitj Vet, it was doing that which PrasiindlBectlj indicated it would hate to do geonsly spoke out again*! the legislation > Al that time he said propheticallv "Our position in the vanguard of freedom rests largelv on our demonstration that the free expression of 'opinion, coupled with government by popular consent, leads to national strength and human advancement. Let U8 not in cowering and foolish fear, throw away the idealwhlclL^ are the fundamental ba-„is of our free society 1



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September 25, 1964 +.kMisti ncrSdticXBi Page 7-B CM arm in sh "*.-,:—• • yours, £. JitIt ~Li pp BJETH Torah Congregation held I* a State of Israel Dinner of Pribuie honoring Dave Margulies .1 laj evening. Dr. Max A. ... oi Beth Torah. was ,,an of the evening, and Newman was his co-chairI or this special event. Mrs. ... wore a floor-length ,II white satin with a sa scooped neck shell sc lavishly embroidered crystal, silver-lined caviar Mrs. Lipschitz chose an .,.,. i -in,, ..o"n with an iridescent tequin bodice. Mrs. Newman's was i while silk-satin. The (ivcrblouse followed the elongated line and was detailed at the hiplinc with a band of white Jasmine mink. The entire gown was hand-embroidered with miniature seed pearls. Mrs. Richard Snelder, whose husband i> president of the coni sation, was in a white, strapess govi n itli a touch of red eni-ircling her waist and a godettype oi Hare in her skirt. A brocade gown combining mint and Nile green v. as Mrs. Stanley Sti in choice for Hie evening. Her scooped neckline featured a -l mcl up ruffle, and the gown was a i igure-molding sheath. MiJulius Gordon was in black i hite. The white satin skirt ivas cut on the A-line, and her !i. i '. bodice was jewel,. I oi North Miami Beach or Arthur Snyder selected a ii a multi-colored floral print. • W HITE silk crepe, in floorLength elegance, was chosen by Mrs. Sylvan Sarashon. A deep I. nd "i ostrich feathers trimmed the hemline, and a white stole completed her ensemble. Ice pink peau de soie worn by Mrs. Stanley FriedHer formal skirl was in \ line silhouette, and her e • as in a matching peau de imported overblouse ol Rccnl -quins feature l B •. ip cin ilar n >ck line and e ngth sleeves Morton Ro.*< silk ,i honi y bei e color ill i n. Her style .jacket covered a i IMice, and the i .,•(1 -litat the sides lave n an oi iental air. Samuel Leb's gown was in an iridescent blue and green — AUTHORIZED OtAUl WITS* Quol.tr I HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Service AK Moke Bittcrif — Melds -STANLEY GOULD 1238 U"wln Road i' M Tiiti-TMdiJ-Trlils-TfiBii PHONt JI S-79H >J brocade. A large flower was al the deep \' insert oi her ne 'kline. .Mrs. Ronald Friedel's white brocade formal had a scooped neckline and pink satin at the waist. A three-piece formal evenin -.uit was worn by Mrs. George Katzman, (it multi-colored lame", it had a black, scooped neck shell bodice and double breasted tailored jacket. Pink silk crepe and black chantilly lace combined in Mrs. Stanley Miller's floor-length gown, with the lace leaving an open panel in both the front and back. Mrs. Newton Greene's white silk crepe gown had a sequin overblouse trimmed with a white mink collar. A Tangerine • colored silk sheath was chosen by Mrs. Suzanne Popkin. Matching colored tiered chiffon created capelette-type sleeves, and a white sequin jacket topped her dress. Mrs. Harold Essig's Goya red chiffon had a modified bateau neckline and panniers which flowed from her shoulders to tnc hemline. An imported two-piece knit was selected by Mrs Richard Berns. In muted orchid, it had a lace-like pattern over fie palesl of lilac. Mrs Herman Kane's bodice was ol black peau de soie, and the fullness of her skirt was created with layers ol black silk organza cut in flower petal shapes. Mrs. Martin Lundy was wearing porcelain blue, which featured %  %  bodice with a decollete V-neck in Iront, and was almost backli ss, Her skirt silhouette was the controlled fullnes oi the bell shape, and the fabric was a puckered silk mattlesse. A forest green silk chiffon gown was the choice of Mrs. Martin Hochman. Shocking pink silk was used for the deep band at the bodice draped in the back to a poufstyle bow. Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg's black and white leaf print gown had godet inserts at the hem for fullness, a large black chiffon bow on the bodice, and a black peau de soie stole. Mrs. Leonard Pearl wore a black silk ottoman sheath with an imported lace bodice encrusted with jet crystal tear drops. Mrs. Harold Wolk's black silk organza was a Fontana Original from Rome. Italian lace was applioued on the WMI bodice, and a leaf pattern of lace was appiiqued around me WeHbi. A highlight oi the Congreqation Beth Torah Lrael Dinner of Tribute last Saturday niqht wat the presentation of an Award oi Honor to Dave Marguiies. The presentation was made by Congressman Claude Pepper. Joininq in the presentation was Dr. Max A. Lipschitz (left), spiritual leader of Beth Tcrah. and Mrs. Margulies (right). A capacity audience of neaily 500 attended and purchased S109.000 in State of Israel Bones. Guest speaker was Sen. Wayne Morse. mi. SOI RATNER Ner Tcmsd Ladies Meet v r Tamid Sisterhood will bold j ts | mei ting on Wednesda> noon in Sklar Audit.';! I residing II be Mrs. Eugene Schwarz president. wing the business agenda, much will be served and the Treasure Dig held. in charge ol all projectis Ways and Means Vice President Mrs. Carlton Blake. Chairmen ol the Treasure Dig are Mesdam* • Riva Levine, .lean Ri ab an l Ruth Goldstone. Luncheon < ommittee are Mrs. Frank Dufine, chairman, and Mesdames Max Amowitz, Harrj Che lat % %  Gr i Michael •an and Irving Rubin. Rattier, Biller Live at Ft. Lee After Rites Here ("apt. Sol Ratner and his bride are making their home at Ft. Lee, Va. The couple exchanged marital vows at an evening ceremony conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, Sept. 19. The former Sherry Biller was attended by Mrs. Marilyn Biller and Evelyn Greenberg. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Biller. 15761 NE 14th Ave.. and a graduate of Ml. Sinai Hospital School of X Ray Technology. A graduate of Virginia Military Institute, the bridgegroom is the son of Sam Ratner. 10680 NE 12th Ct. Gerald Carr served as his best man. The wedding dinner following the nuptials was hosted by the iii.ie'grandparents in their Michel's Kosher Restaurant. Ciscayne Kennel Club cayne Kennel Club officials have announced the first Bisca'yne. • ma Tri-Distance Medley, a i, | .. II iey event, to be run Saturday, Oct. 3 Wedm I iy, itur i. v. Oi I 10. Post i me i p.m. nightly, excepl Sunday. Presenting Sen. Wayne Morse (right) with a check for S20.000 for the Bonds of Israel drive is William Kneapler, president of the Bank of Dade County. The Bank oi Dade County made one of the laiqest purchases at the Bonds for Israel dinner at Beth Torah on Saturday. Sen. Morse was principal speck er. (See Story, Page 7-A.) AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! 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= cre I6-A U M U t Fhridfor \ I^IJ^^J Israel's Atom Scientists Seen Tops at Geneva GENEVA JTA — la atus ia the worlc i community a> a country with a>t ex$>ere*ice ir. the peaceful application of nuclear energy was w-.deI) acknowledges at the third Internal.onal Confe.-ence on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy which cor eluded iu sessions this vacfe The conference was cor.'b> Ike United Nations and its International Atomic Energy Agen cy Eleven papers were presented by Israel's delegation of 21 scientist] and other experts, beaded by Prof. Ernst Da\nd Bergmann. ma of the Israel Atomic Energy Commission. One erf the Israeli papers proV)ded a first survey 01 the possijctors rater ::or. The par-. Mas :-. : gard to u: of the tCM The electricity needs have grown by about 50 megawatts each year, while atomic reactors smaller than 30t-megawatt capacity appear naf to be economical. Israel therefore is hoping for the earliest possible consideration of an effective combination of rh two processes, ta tustify the construction of nuclear reactors laroa enough to be economical. paper <" %  %  *' I*" %  el's plan* and hopes lor desalthad been • fjeatl) rtimulat. %  "• Pre*%  • • •.'-. to decabtlity of nuclear for such desalting Another Israel: paper addeh a demonstration plan for other countries beset by the same problems • If the growing population of the world is lo V saved.' :%  %  • scientists declared, "it ill renil re m'<* %  "• '• '"' "" tion than it hatoday, and much more energy foi fertilizer production, once thiproblem is solved by nuclear energy. Israel is mak ini: a determined effort in this direction." Dr. J Tadmor. of the Israeli Atomic Energy Commi->ion's research staff, took part in a discussion on the hazards of handling f.s-ionable materials in chemical plant.-. He .-..id that most nuclear-industry accidents had occurred in the chemical sections of nuclear plan 1 He reported that, because of th'.variety ct safety problem-, no general guide to the hazards waavailable. He then nut lined a method of saiety evaluation. Maccabitihtol Forms In Florid Florida chapter of •nl Maccab.ah Came Con, mitte ,5| %  •> hold an -..mzationjj, at Temple Beth Am M ^ in the music r *, m a ,.* A sound-color tu m of „ Maccabiah r.amw. natT .J" broadcaster Mel Allen tTj shown. Refreshments „< Z served. The Seventh World Mao scheduled fur Aug. 22 to c will include most of the,-, events, plugolf and teaaal Greater Miami sent lire to Israel in 1961 Naraaa Green and Lo* lin may he contated for information. I COME ONE COME ALL ... TO THE GRAND OPENING!! NORTON TIRE CO. CELEBRATING THE OPENING OF OUR NEW WEST PALM BEACH AUTO SERVICE CENTER TIRES SALE PRICED R'< (M W. O.t 4. 1IM SllM Solo O.t £•'•• WOOD'S LAXGUT B.F.Goodrich r/f DIAI'CPA 11 StOHES SERVING SOUtH FLORIDA SINCE 124 ffMimri^ii!ini.u $ ALL SIZES aiACKwati TUaCTTPE rio,;i oei 7eo.it s>i WHITEWALL baaanic (teat* %  mash MO EVIONEY DOWN FREE, EAST MOUNTING V.'e honor National Oil Company & other approved Credit Cards. Budget Terms arranged. *e t: HOT farm Ouf c%  credit accounts ti tisaace cwatjiiies! JCHA££i2 Our 40th Year MIAMI 5J00 N.W. :7th A.t open ?4 hours i, III day S.nd S00 Writ FlafMf Jt. •771 I.W. Ilk 51. NOITH MIAMI 13310 N.W. 7th aw, NORTH MltMl I: ., N wo* HI. itam t OP" '|i| I p m Sunday! j m |g s | la MIAMI IUCM MM Align jjj OPEN SUNDAY 9001 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY 1700 N.E. 163rd STREET MAIN STORE 5300 N.W. 27th AVENUE B. F. Goodrich BATTERIES Fully Guaranteed 24 Months! MICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION 95 as low as Complete Safety FRONT END JOB INCLUDES: 9 • Align'*! front end |L • Ba inc r.t frort i eeis j J • Adjustifte caafetf w • AJjusti"! caster • Idjjst'ng ;-i cut • MJasHag stterin* • Rcaacring front -..e: bearings WE ALSO CHECK: Brakes Ball Joints Shock Absorbers Muffler Tail pipe A MMMIOJMKI J1 to> or bar cjrs slifht'v % (•; : *0- Is 0j-< By Eip'(. F.;!cr Irj.r.ee M c ;r. i Complete Safety BRAKE JOB INCLUDES: fh M HP • Riplacir.j IHIRI on >'l 4 trti'e's % %  JH H !• Overhatritns aM aktel cjrHo4er$ m Mm VU • Tjrninj all drums (if eeued: M E\ • Adjusting a.-i>:s ^T "~'jP • 6!eedin| brake li*s % % %  O • Filling brake system wi'.fc new fluid WE ALSO CHECK: Wheel bearings Shock absorbers Springs Grease seals Master cylinder Emergency hand brake C"e*iol HOMCSIEAS 30100 Ssull 'CM! Hm, S0UIH 0ADE &f 001 S. Mm H,. 1 lil S p m. IWMfajri 9 a m io s p i HIAUAH mi w 4itn si wtst MOIUWOOO •017 Mall,wa. l|,<. •I Stalt RM4 •! ft, IAU0EROAIE ISM W It..i (1, 4 JIJ2 > Bra>4 I T< WCSt RAIM IEACN (27 Narlk Dilil MECHAHICAl SERVICE AVAIlUlE It ALL SI0RES 1



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"ace 2-A Mn ist fhrk/iar Friday. September 25, ll \% # f #% fCtl i f f\ I Rabb tMtBi Waxman wW of "t Mr and Mr Lan-v Broi f/rtd/ Days of Sukkoth to be Opened rzzz%z.^tz-?: r^r ? # on Saturday at 9 am Paul, sor Cantinuarf n p l9< 6A %  • .: bee:n with 5hem:r.: Atzereth erSept T. Ho?tiana Rabt/dh meaning the .-. • Sal %  • HJav ob**rvar >ept a :t.i Y:ik r BeSMnal praver> scheduled during the morning ^r M .\|ooca> e\enir t Bafcnf • ^.. ii the opening A Simch-iS To-^i. "-fc'r.g the coaclusioc of the ia*t portion >A DeuBooks c: M -•and the n of Genesi? i chaTorah continues *:th Hake* < on Tuesday. Sep; 29. bru| B| • —i the High Holj Da> ?<3oo Tempi* Jwdaa. 320 Palermo as. iU hold ree. %  i Rabbi aitfc r reodermi the musical por%  Hess ie* Saturday n -ser •.ah A S rt of laJMr) -%  %  ith %  n g Sef V Tempi* Tifarath J*ceb % % %  I _a She.Tiinini Ataan n : sal :->• .-.' Sukkoth on > %  :". 2T BfJaoe Monday at 9 am with YizJcor memcr.rl slated at 10 a.m. Erening services are at 7 p.m .xjkkoth observance concludes T'Mr-day at services at 9 a.m. • • • Rabbi Leon Krom-h will of nciate at Friday evesriag. services at Silo p.m. St-rmon will be "The Sukkah and the Stamp Collection." Saturday morning services Jt Tempi* Bath Sholom. 4144 i hose Ave.. mil be at 10:45 am. with Cantor David Conviser r-n •fin;: the musical portkmf "f the l.turgy. Famiiy Hakotos Shemmi A laef Ot ll and Simchas Torah >er1 CANDUUGHTING TtM 19 TMU — 5:56 pan. Fill "e-nple B'nai Sho'om Max Final r Sukkoth .-.-red it Shenr:. Alien tl pen at 7 p.m Yizkor r onal will be included in services Holiday beIt 8:30 a m Stadias Torah and Hakofcs pro Ulliwul "ill conclude the holiday at serves on Tuesday Rabbi Sotorcofl Schiff will officiate at regular Friday evening sendee* at *em El Congregation, 500 SW 17th Ave.. at 6 p.m. Saturday services are at 8:30 a.m. Last days oi Sukkoth will be launched Sunda> at 6 p.m. Monday services commence at 8 30 a.m.. with Yizkor memorial prayers at 10 a Hi. Sermon will be "Remembering Our Past." Annual Stadia* r rah party will be at 3 p.m Bveaiag services com mer.ee at i pm.. with Hakofos processional chechiled Tuesday teas, at : 30 a m conclude the Sukkoth ob*er> ance • • • At Temple Ner Tamid, 79th St.. and Carlyle Ave Rabbi Eugene LabOMtz will officiate at services| commencina the final days of Sukkoth with Shemim A'zereth on Sunday Sept 27. at 6 p m Mooser v ic es hegin at 8 45 a m. 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Lmbot 25, 1964 *Jcwisti ncrudiair Page 9-B \ar ^/Mitzvali lii-'ey Weinkle ir j L•.•annan will off icisiit/.vah of Jeffrey. n i Mrs. % Stmlej .; i _~a a t iwUyiWXUWlii*** at Temple Emanu-El. .,' nil, eighth grade at risher Junior High School, en >ted in nature studies. :iing. iandparents, Dr. and rnjri S. Chaikin. and ininother. Mrs. Rose witi :>e here from Boston. celebmfcs his Bar Mitz[, lebrant will be honored at ption -Jturday afternoon at i luauy club. Scott Samet i |a> Mincha services at igregation on Sepl the Bar Mitzvah ol met \ Lipschitz and Zion Kirschenbaum nd present Scott behalf of the Molm r Sisterhood. %  ant is the son ol Mr. Samet, wis.i NE ; i mdson Ol William §c Morris Zagoria. Steven Lund ,, in of Mr. and Mrs. Irokl Lund .11 observe his Bar %  I Torah Congrega:m i i Sal irday morning. Seppnbei 2t>, with Rabbi Max A. Lipthit;. -nd Cantor Ben-Zion Kirs•I ... i officiating, \ si enth grade student at Noriiul nior High, Steven has atfndeel Beth Torah Religious In r -I three years and rill : %  :inu hi Jewish education thi .'nation class, Eric Schneider %  and Mrs. Harold [i r 01 NTS 196th Terr., Mitzvah on Sati • Sept. 26, at Beth I i ition, with Rabbi I Lips tz and Cantor Ben%  s< he taum officiating. Ei has ttended the Beth I teli. School for the k;i~t three years and will continue lieducation in the pre-confirmaii i -s. He plays first clarient the concert band at John F. cnm. y Junior High, where he in ;he seventh grade, and in< gy ihit hobby. ng zuests who will at"(1 the Bar Mitzvah will be muc Sloan, Eric's grandfather. Erie Young Eri Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs Jerome Young will become Bar Mitzvah at services at Beth David Synagogue on Saturday morning, Sept. 26. Iiabui Norm.in V Shapiro ujil....U.H.ia!.e..,„ „,.. „ In the eighth grade -itGlades Junior High. Erie, an honor Stude.it, is i,i me accelerated math class, lie plays trumpet in the school band. A student ol the Beth David Religious School since he was eight years old, Eric is most proficient in Hebrew. He has won Vocabulary Bees in each grade for the past three years. Following services, Mr. and Mrs. Young will honor the young celebrant with a Kiddush and luncheon in Spector Hall. John Ribbler On Saturday morning, Sept. 2o. Rabbi Morris A. Kipper will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of John Solomon Ribbler, son ol Mr. and Mrs, William Kibbler, in Temple Judea. John ia student at South Miami Junior High and a member ol the school's chorus. He is also a member ol Boy Scout Troop 64. and a sports enthusiast. He will continue with his religious education. | Mr and Mrs. William Ribbler will host the Kiddush in John's nonor. (allowing services. Alan Stein On Saturday morning, Sept. 19, Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Stein, was Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion. with Rabbi Alfred Wazman officiating. Alan, an eighth grade student at Ponce lie Leon Junior High .school, will continue his studies in the Temple Zion Confirmation Class. Brent Probinsky Brent Lee Probinsky will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept 26th. during morning services conducted by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard at Temple Beth Am. An eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, Brent plays trumpet in the school band. His hobbies are swimming and sailing. Mr. and Mrs. David Probinsky, 5301 N. Kendall Dr., will honor their son at a reception in their home following the ceremony. Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Probinsky. Coral Gables, and Mrs. Dorothy E. Gash, Miami Beach. JEFFREY WE'NKLE BRENT PROBINSKY ERIC SCHNEIDER Rephun to Chair South Florida Youth Group At the season's first meeting \ ol the South Florida Youth Com-, mission last Thursday, outgoing chairman, Frank Farbcnbloom, was presented with a gavel in recognition of two years of service to the organization by Josh Rephun, newly-elected chairman. Farbcnbloom will continue to serve the commission as director, supervising the activities of Young Judaea In the Greater Miami area. The Commission heard a report by Farbcnbloom on the summer activities ol Young Judaea, mcluding the participation of more than 60 children in the camping program sponsored by Hadassah and ZOA at Camp Judaea in North Carolina, and Tel Yehudah in New York, plus Youn g Judaea's five participants in the Israel Tour Program-. Rephun also reported on his visit to Camp Judaea this sum-, mer and on his meeting with officers of the Regional Youth Commission, and outlined plans for the coming season of activities of Young Judaea in South Florida. Other newly elected officers of the Youth Commission are Isaac Donen, vice chairman; Mrs. Manuel Burstein, treasurer; and Miss Esther Mervish, secretary. Simchas Torah To Be Observed At Beth Torah Festival of Simchas Torah that concludes the harvest holiday of Sukkoth will hi observed at Beth To.ah Congregation on Monday evening, 6:30 p.m., in the main sanctuary, with Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz officiating. Some 500 students of the synagogue's Religious School will chant the holiday songs. At the same time, some 300 students of the Pre-School and Sunday School will have their own services in the Youth Room of the school building. The Sisterhood of the congregation will provide the flags and apples for the students under the direction of co-chairmen Mrs. Net Glazier and Mrs. Jerome Langer. On Tuesday morning, the entire congregation of youngsters and adults will gather in the sanctuary and mark the conclusion of the reading of the Torah and its beginning again with the opening account of Creation. am J. Gittelson (right), education director of Beth Torah Dr:c egation. is shown with Alexander Andron, faculty memr. vho conducted services for more than 1,000 teen-agers ^Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. Left are Miles Kuttler who ved as rabbi for the Roh Hashona prayers, Steven Shantccntor. and Steven Weininger, who led the Yom Kippur irices. Not shown are Michael Cohen and Jeffrey Kirsch-xxum who also chanted the liturgy. Services were held Ithe 163rd St. Theatre, and Mayor Arthur Snyder delivered I sermon. In charge of coordinating the youth services Ire Gabe Shantzis. chairman of the synagogue's Youth '.ission. Marshall Baltach and Emanual Feder. United ttagogue Youth advisors. Rabbi Stern At New Synagogue Dr. Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation for the past decade, will assume duties as rabbi in the newly-formed and recently — built Jacob C, Cohen Community Synagogue. 1532 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Stern, well-known for his in volume publication on "Jewish Law and Philosophy,' conducts a weekly, radio program, "The Torah Hour," over WEDR-FM every Sunday at noon. The program will now be broadcast from the synagogue. During the broadcast, Rabbi Stern explains the meaning and application to daily life today of sections of the Torah. Technion Women Mapping Tea Plans for the fall season of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Women's Division of the American Technion Society were map ped last week at a meeting at the DiLido Hotel, according to Mrs, Milton -Sirkin.xprcs-rrient. H A tea for prospective new members was set for Friday. Oct. 9, at the King Cole Apartments, with Mrs. Herman Laks. hostess, and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. chair man for the 'member-bring a member" affair. First general membership meet ing will be Tuesday, Oct. 20. Mem bers of the Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Chapter will serve as hostesses. The American Technion Society is the principal agency in the United States for aiding Technion, Israel's engineering institution in I Haifa. Zamora Forms USY Chapter Charter members of the newlyi rmed United Synagogue Youth %  hapter at Temple Zamora are; Beth Cohen, Allan Greenberg, ; ie Greenberg, Paul Grei \ aid. Howard Kusnick. Steve Kusnick, Robert Kussner, Mark Pollack, Tully Roisman. BenLewis Schachter. Ellen Schachter, Zadik Shapiro. Steven Shuinan, Loretta Smiles, Naomi Smukler, and Clara Zion. On S u n d ay organization members decorated the Temple Sukkah for the traditional festivities and services conducted by Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader of the congregation. On Monday and Tuesday, first and second days of Sukkoth. the Temple Si-tei'hood sponsored a special holiday Kiddush for memmember group, said Wednesday £ congregation and stu, that "The Hebrew labc IS n' dents ol the Religious School. a mere curosity or an attempt by some Hebrew-speaking group to engage in theatrics. are motivated by a deeply-rootNdfTted ChGirmCJn ed conviction that the Hebrew MJ SS Lillian Goodman, immedilanguage is the only effective in, llc p;i president of the Miami strument of linking the people g eac h chapter of Hadassah, has oj Israel with United States Deen na med chairman of the Jewry, and prophetic and talNominating Committee for the mudic teachings of antiquity with Zionist Council of South Florida. Judaism of today, fostering thus Gerald Schwartz is president of the unity of Israel, and the conIne organization, principal public tinuity ot Judaism." relations vehicle for the State of Other members of the group Israel among its member Zionist are Joshua Z. Stadlan, former organizations, president of Miami Beach TeachWIUIAM AGRANOVE Hebrew Table' Explains Aim In explaining "The Hebrew Table" at the B'nai B'rith luncheons. William Agranove, lounder and leader of the fiveMiss Goodman ers Association; Zvi Handler. Talmud and Hebrew scholar; Reuben Miller; and Isaiah M. Adler. leader of the Talmud Study Group at Temple EmanuEl. He was voted the National Hebrew Teacher of 1962 by the American Association of Jewish Education. Israel Film Free For Asking More than 1.400 organizations have shown the Israel-filmed and recorded 28-minute picture. "Holidays in Israel." An example of Israeli film-making, .it depicts the celebration of Passover and Shavuot in the Jewish homeland. In beautiful color, accompanied by original music created and orchestrated in Israel. "Holidays" ca pi ores the joy of the people, the charm of the children and the beauty of the land — all in the course of religious celebrations. Close to loO.OOO people all over the country have seen "Holidays in Israel." The film is free to organizations — Jewish and nonJewish — for show ing to mem1 bers. All the program chairman must do is agree to mail the film back to Pittsburgh after the showing. Otherwise there is no cost whatever. i Inquiries as to open dates and other details should be addressed i to Film Dept., H. J. Heinz Comj pany, P. O. Box 57, Pittsburgh, Penna. 15230. "Holidays in Israel" offers organizations a colorful feature for meetings and general gatherings. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PIAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET ROOF LEAK? CALL VIC TOR cwrav Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^^ ACME *T> ROQFIMG ? 685-1952 •


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the liturgy a! regular weekend
of B<-ih David Congrega-
tion, 2625 ST 3rd Ave.. on Friday
at 6 p.m. Saturday services are
at 9 a.m. Fnc. -on of Mr. and
Mrs Jerome Young, will be Bar
liitzvah. Shcmini Atzereth will
commence th; final days of the
Sukkoth observance on Sunday at
6 p.m. Monday services are at
9 a.m.. with the Rabbi's sermon
scheduled at 10:45 a.m.. followed
by Vizkor at 11 a.m. Hakofol for
children and adults will launch
Simchas Torah on Monday. 6 p.m..
followed by services Tuesday and
concluding Hakofo* also at 9 a.m.
*
Beth Kodesh Congregation, 1101
SW 12th Ave., will hold Satui
morning services at 8 45 am.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Benjamin Ben-Ari will officiate.
duled a- All i-
Vanitj Disc ssion at 4 45 p.m.
will be Week!) Portion of the
and at 5:46 p.m., "Vanity
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The Thump
' has Torah com-
I H da Sept 29. with
Hakofoa processional at 8 30 am.
eluding the* Sukkoth observ-
ance.
At Agudith Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, 1801 Carlyle Ave.. Friday
services will he at 6 p.m.. follow-
ed by Kabba'at Sabbath. Ser-
vices Saturday are at 8:30 a.m..
with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating
and discussing the "Portion of the
Law. Hoshar.a Rabbah will be
Sunday. Sept. 27. at 7:45 a.m.
Shemini Atzereth commences Sun-
day at 5:45 p.m. Final days of
Sukkoth continue Monday. 8:30
a.m., with the Yizkor memorial at
11 am. Rabbi Ever will discuss
Memorial Prayers in a Festival
of Joy." Simchai Torah begins
Monday. Sept. 28. 6 p.m., with
Hakofos processional concluding
the Sukkoth observance Tuesday.
Sept 23.
* a
Rabbi D I Koscnfeld and Can-
tor George !' Goldberg will con-
duct weekend and SuKkoth -
vices at Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center, 30 \".v 5ist PI. Schedule
slates Friday evening at 6:30 p.m.,
Saturday 8:30 a.m. and Mincha,
"i 30 p in Shemini Atzereth ob-
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start at 845 a.m. Cantor Hyman
l will chant the liturgical por-
tion.- of the weekend services and
as-ist Rabbi "hen with the Suk-
koth observance. Morning ser-
vices on Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday. Sept 27 through 29. are
all slated for 8:45 a.m. Sunday
evening service! will begin at 6:30
p.m. Yizkor memorial prayers on
Monday are scheduled for 10 a.m..
and during the 7 p.m. services,
ushering in Simchas Torah, ser-
mon topic will be "Please Stay "
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe will conse-
crate all new and first grade stu-
dents of the Religious School of
Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Ave..
Hollywood, during Friday evening
services slated for 7:45 p.m. Fam-
il) Sukkoth service will be held
on Monday, Sept. 28. at 11 a.m..
and Rabbi Jafle will conduct Yiz-
kor memorial services.
*
Weekend services at Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue, 1532
ll's hington Ave.. are scheduled
r .t 6 p.m., and Satur-
day at 8:30 a.m. Morning sermon
will be on The Solomons of To-
i iy. Dr. Tibor H. Stern and
Etabbl Abraham Weinachneidef will
conduct all services, including
. ikor on Monday, Sept. 28. at 11
a m During Simchas Torah ob-
1 la) at 7 p.m..
ildre .'. i.l i" presented with
. n i participate in the
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Temple Beth Shirah, 7501
will hold S th -er-
p.m 'iti' i
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by the
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will direct the Kiddush of Sanc-
tion m the Sukkah on Sun-
i pi 27 a 7 p.m. fam:
vice ill be held in the Sukkah
with a children's parade to
memorate Shemin. Atiere
Simchas Torah. AH first
dents of the Religi
School will be blesse'!
memorial services .. .|i
Monday, Sept. 28. at |
with special servic i.
kafa
and the children';
and
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Vizkor *
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Greater Miami stockholders of
the Israel Investors Corporation
will have a dinner meeting at
6:30 p.m.. Thursday. Oct. 1. at
the Deauville Hotel.
Hosting the event are Maurice
Revitz and Jack S. Popick. civic
and business leaders and members
of the corporation board.
Samuel Rothberg. president of
Israel Investors Corporation, and
national campaign chairman.
State of Israel Bonds, will make
ecial progress report.
Revitz ;md Popick said that the
portfolio oi securities owned b)
19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO
6 A.M. 'Ill 1 A.M.
the company is valued
ol S22 million.
IIC is an American co
,:-tered with the Seci:
change Commission and -
being at the request of
Government to organiz-
"f men devoted to Israel
lo take responsibility for
aging private investme il
State of Israel.
"One of the principal
of this company is t'
and buy from the Israel
ment its interest in pr>\
ing enterprises." said I
Popick.
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a group
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s Page 12-A vjewistncridfan Friday, September 25, 1954 Simchas Tor ah in Colorful Tel Aviv Community By DIANA LERNER •Tel %  -Aviv's Florentine Quarter. • >ne ol the oldest districts ot the city, marks the end of the High Holiday season with ;i street al on the night of Simchas Torah, the last day of Sukkoth. •tome a national rftil with the mixture : :i> different communities concentrated in a crowded ana. this district becomes fie scene of the most joyful celebration in Israel and a parade of the ingathered nations which make up Israel's special flavor. As soon as the first star appears in the sky to show the end •>t the holiday, the residents of the neighborhood begin pouring into the streets to "Rejoice with the Law." Leading the festiviire elders ol the Boukharan community — immigrants from %  l Asia, bounded by Afgstan, Russia and Iran, who 1 laim they are dependents of 'he Babylonian Jews and of i expelled from Spam Po.'/ce Escort Splendid in their high gold i red brocaded skullcaps and flowing robes, they stream I of their synagogues with the and higher; the Ashkenazi Jews. with the tunes and prayercarried down through the centuries, arc all represented in a medlej of the most Intoxicating music. Old and voting, reserve thrown to the wind, sing and dance lustily far into the night. A decorated balconj serve* as an entertainment platform. There, the guests hear a lew words of wisdom from the organizer of the festivity, Rabbi ishak Yeidda Frankel, whom Cast and West ol the community call Father, and who is known athe Kabul of the Communities. A long-bearded man in nis fifties who suggests the pnHo.' type of a Moses, Rabbi Frankel came to the Florentine Quarter 36 years ago and serves as y Chief Rabbi, justice of the peace interpreter of the law. enforce of uder, and mediator ol ethnic civil or personal conflict. Source of Harmony Much of the credit [or the harmony that prevails in l •d communitj 11 Rabbi Frankel. Ministers ot state, i 1 0 t statf 01 the Israel D 1 < nes. the mayor and oilier government officials gn 1 the participants and join Hum 111 merrymaking. With the Simchas Torah t-eV. bration. the holiday season 1, officially closed. Boukharans leading procession of dancers ut Simchns Torah celebration. Scrolls of the Torah in their arms and escorted by a police guard 0:1 horseback. they stop ,:l each 01 the 27 synagogue.along the way picking up singing and dancing worshippers. Yemenites in ornately embroidered satin and silks. Hassidim wearing holiday "shtreimlech" and "kaftan-". Orierifal Jewin fezzes, children cany ing flags, all singing and dancing to strin-ed instruments and drums fill the thoroughfare. The Yemenites, with their special guttcral incantation; the Boukharan. with ever ascending notes that keep going higher Tcronto Rabbis Criticize Cemetery Practices TORONTO — (JTAi — The Toronto section of the Rabbinical Council of America issued a -latement condemning recent practices in connection with a, Toronto Jewish cemetery which 11 described as ethical violations and contrary to Jewish religious b) The statement issued by Rabbi Gedalia Felder, president of the section, and Rabbi Moses J. Burak, secretary, deplored the al leg 'd sale of consecrated cemetery property for commercial use and the disinterment of the dead In arbitrary reasons." 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