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"Jewish Floiridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ,IUJ • 3d Number 33 Miami, Florida. Friday. Auqust 13. 1965 Two Sections Price 20* GOP Hits Soapy Williams For W* Explaining Goldberg to Arabs G. MMMfN WIW/Mi tiktd It mil* fASJIKA DAUBER iamberg Man Tries Suicide IBAMI : Kt;. W. Germany—(JTA) Th< 20-yearokl MM of a Nazi war i held li a suspect in the tarn be rj swastika amoaftagn, was bcovenns '" the Bamherg hospikl ih: week from a suicide at [•:: a bis jail cell Richard Weitiik slashed Kit eft wrist with < knife on the ray of hit supper, according to lamberg Prosecutor Josef Ostimer. Tho prosecutor Mid lhaf j iaUr, assigned to watch tho ct through a poopholo, MW suicide attempt and called help to take the youth to tho tepltal. father had been a hi of the SS, Hitler's elite I was arrested on charges bi .. the local synagogue me i Ban berg Jew lah cemelei"> ant other Jewish landmark|i: ';. • wraa considered the most nti Semitic acti In POtl i.ir Wt*i German history Mean I'hile, was reported ih.it unl ndali daubed swastikas |nn several streets and the church in Bnichhauacr-VUaoo near Bre Inien WASHINGTON — (JTAi The Republican Congressional Committee charged this week that the State Departmen humbled Amen ca in the eyes of the world by apol; ogizing. in effect, to Arab states for the appointment of a Jew. Ar! thur J Goldberg, as United States Ambassador to the United Nations. The committee, in a newsletter, cited the role of G. Mennen William*. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, and railed on President Johnson to dismiss Williams. The organ of the Republican members of Congress denounced Williams' "decision to stoop to 'explaining' to North African countries that, in naming Arthur J. Goldberg (who happens to be Jewish i. a> Ambassador to the UN. President Johftaoa is not encouraging an anti Arab poluy According to tho official Republican view of tho matter, tho explanation in the Goldberg case was unnecessary since UN member states name whomever they please as envoy* to the UN with no agreement sough* from the United Nations. Tho Republicans cited India's persistence in r>*aintaining t the United Nations the "anti-American, pro(.ommunist Krishna Menon." State Department attempts to exj plain t.he selection of Mr. Goldberg j constituted a "national debase \ ment." said the Republican organ, i Referring to Arab states, the Re' publicans said: "From now on, we can undoubtedly expect a step-up in their 'anti-colonialiU' antics and the itch in their oirtstretched palms Unless, of course, by .speedContinued en Page S-A IN EAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Jewish Migrants Benefit From Immigration Bill BONN PERSONNEL IN TE AVIV Opponents of German Em bassy Stir Trou ble TENSION MOUNTING PACE 10 A Neturei Karla Leader \\ ill \\ ed Converi u.r.M (JTA I Rabbi 72 > .ir iii li. der %  n j ulti a-Ortho loa Net i rei K will marry i J:; yeai "n\. n next weak, bul he will I leavi l< -jsalem lor Ibe first time [or the -•< uioii K.iM i Klau's decision to wed the ladelaine Fai rails touched "ii .i d puts among his followers Neturei Karta Beth Din banned is marriage. The ceremony will take i lace with the encouragement ol the Satmar Relhe. who \ portedh suggested that the wed ling not be held in Jerusalem Rabbi Blau has settled in B'nai Irak, near Tel Aviv, where His padding will take place. His bride. ho was named Ruth Bendavid. 'is ont son. who was converted nth her. Rabbi Blau has nine chil. iren TKI. AVIV — (JTA) — Extra ordinary precautions. Including the posting of a highly trained, special security unit, were taken here as i reparations were completed by the newly-arrived West German •Mission to Israel to open its Embassy on the sixth floor of Tel sviv's Sheraton Hotel. Dr Alexander Toerocfc, the coun. sel r of the new Bmbass) againsi whose acceptance by Israel there have been protests because he was in the Hungarian Embassy in Berlin during the very time the Nazis were deporting hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews to their leathawarrived at I.ydda Airport Sunday night With htm were three secretaries for the Em bas sy, which will !• headed by Bonn's Ambai lador, Dr Rolf Pauls To protect the German Embassy, the special security unit has mounted machine guns on the roof of the Sheraton Hotel, and policemen equipped with telescopes will keep day-andnight watch. Detectives carrying • ubmachine guns and walkie-talkie radios, accompanied by police e'egs. are on watch on the hotel grounds. Oi^e y e s h i v a student cat'Ciht with a te'es<-oprthrough which he was watching the diplomatic suite at the hotel was arrested Sunday. Anxiety over the safety of the West German mission mounted as the day approached for th>> arrival of Dr Pauls Former inmates ol Nazi concentration camps were re ported ready to stage a protest march %  gains) him through the streets of this city when he arrives. The protesters are set to wear yellow arm-bands, each emblazoned in indelible ink with their former concentration camp identification (.timbers. Dr. Pauls is scheduled to arrive here either late this week : early nex: week. The Sheraton Hotel suite where Dr. Toeroek opened the Embassy will he a temporary facility. The The Embassy*! permanent quartirs will be on the 27th floor of .. 32 story huiMing being completed here, Israel's tallest .skyscraper. A m ill er of Tel Aviv University students announced they w o u 1 d hold I i'n SSt rally on the day of Paul's arrival si t h e Sheraton where 'he West German diplomats until they find permanent lencei They have bean ofI the 27th floor of Israel's tallest > scr iper Hie Migdal Sha for the Bonn Embassy, an offer it is believed they will accept. WASHINGTON — (JTA> — Jew. in East European Communist countries. North Africa and the Middle East will have improved chances to get immigration visas to the United States if the immi gration bill approved this week by the House Judiciary Committee is enacted into law and if they are qualified. The State Department said that an estimated 16.000 Israelis, who have applied at the U.S. Embass> in Tel Aviv for admission to the United States, would be admitted within three years, if the bill becomes law and if they are individually qualified. The total number of applicants throughout the world is around 180.000 including 140.000 Italians and a large number registered in Greece. Tho liberalized immigration bill provides for phasing out tho much-criticized national origins quota base over a three-year period. Unused quotas may be pooled and made available to the backkea el immigration visa applicants in various countries, in eluding Israel. Israelis would be processed according to their nation of birth. Priority would go to "preference" cases, persons with relatives in the United States and in categories including cultural and strategic talents n eeded in this country. The bulk of the 16.000 persons registered in Tel Aviv are non preference immigrants, those with no relatives in the United States, no priority skills, no friends and no money. If the bill becomes law. it is estimated that all the pref erence categories of immigrants registered in Tel Aviv would be admitted by July 1, 1968 or shortly thereafter. After that date, the national origins quota basis would be discarded though some preference situations would remain. A start could then be made on the huge backlog of non-preference applicants. The annual quota for Israel has for many years been 100 visas an nually After the July 1. 1968 date. all nations will in theory be entitled to as many as 20.000 admissions a year provided a worldwide ceiling of 170.000 is not sur passed. The 26 4 vote of the Judiciary Continued on Page 6-A ADL Reports Bigotry Drop in Resort Areas NEW YOKE — (JTAi — Discrimination against Jews in leading winter resort hotels and motels in the United States dropped from 14.8 percent of resorts surveyed in 1P63 to 2.1 percent currently, the B'n B i B'r i h Anti-Defamation League reported this week The second study was made between November 1964 and March 196.V The ADL said it used the "dual letter'' test in evaluating admission policies ol winter resort, in Florida, Arfc nsas, California. Alabama, Mississippi Colcrado and Idaho Applications for reserva lions were sent bj three pairs applicants In each pair, one was Continued on Page 2-A British Rap Swastika on Stamp LONDON — i JTA) — Government spokesman in both the House .t Commons and the House of Lords rejected this week six requests by members Of Parliament for with •lrawal or changes in the design ol a Battle of Britain commemorastamp which includes a swas ika on a downed German war piano. The Board of Deputies of British Jews also protested to the Postmaster General and asked for withdrawal of the issue, scheduled for release in September. The Board of Deputies protest was in a letter in which President Solomon Teff declared that that "we are aware that the purpose of the stamp is to demonstrate the defeat of the evil forces which used this symbol, but we feel strongly that the illustration c*oes not convey this impression." The letter stated: "The Board of Deputies has already received numerous complaints from members of the Jewish community to whom Continued on Pago 3-A IN EGYPT Germans Nix Spy Charges I ONDON I JTA i — Two of the West German defendants char I \ Egj pt with espionage for IsI .hied IWl guilty this week at their f ial in Cairo, it was reported here from the Egyptian I ital this wi ek The two defen Iants are Mrs W ilfg in Lotz, 33. %  : Pram Kiesow. The woman i~ the wife Ol a third West German defendant who said lust week that he had spied for Israel. He denied, however, that he tried to assassinate Wast German technical experts working in Cairo by use of letters containing explosives. Mrs. Lotz was charged with complicity in her husband's activities K i e s o w, 48 year-old former representative in Cairo of the Continued on Page 9 A


*Jewish nrrMtor
Friday, August 13, i$J
Page 2-A
Dutch Reward German Anti Nazi
AMSTERDAM (JTA) A
West German pensioner who saved
the lives of four Jewish residents
of Kattowitz. in occupied Poland.
daring the war by biding them
from the Nazis has received near-
\\ S20.000 from persons who heard
about his act on a Dutch radio
program, the press here reported
this week.
Ernst Bruno Motzko was sen-
i a police official ... Katto
witz when, in the summer of 12.
he gave shelter in his home to a
Jewish doctor and three Jewjsfc
women scheduled for deportation
to s Nazi death camp. He hid them
in his home for 28 months at the
risk of Ml life, selling many of
his personal belongings to keep
'.hem supplied with food from the
black market
ADL Reports Bigotry Dip
In Major Resort Areas
Continued from Page 1-A
signed with a clearly -.lev toti name
end the other apparently non-
Jew ish
Among 595 resorts from which
definitive replies were received,
13 were identified as discrim-
inating against Jews. All were
in Florida, where eight resorts
were biased, and five in Arizona.
However, in both states, discrim-
ination dropped since the 1963
survey. Biased reports in Flori-
da dropped from 15.7 percent to
1.9 percent. The drop in Arizona
was from 23.9 percent to 5.4 per-
cent.
In lit&S. nine pen enl
ing resorts in (lalifornia were fi
biased Little discrimination was
round in 1963 in the' south when
Beth Tov Swim Party
Sw im part}' and w eenie
be held by Sisterhood of Temple
! Sunday. A 22, at the
Wonderland School, I33S SW 67th
\w beginning at n a.m. There
ill i>e a 1 t the pool
only two resorts in Arkansas were
(band to reject Jews. Since then
two Arkansas res >rt> have
ended thai practice.
The ADL said that the findings
showed that, despite the 1W4 Civil
Rights Act. discriminating resorts
still found formulas for re
applicants with Jewish-sounding
names Some thai their
clientele was 'entirely Gentile."
Others used r< We phrases
e" and
churches nearby S o m e i all
e clubs"
. re < mi I from the Ch .1 Rights
rep irt said ii.it while "poc-
nination" still exist-
ed, thi rkable
D hary, ADL
d that enactment
II ts Acl i*
tinuing educati re the

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from hiding. Tho *tory, wh.ch
has been confirmed in ovory <**
tail by the Dutch Radio Station,
cam. to light when Motiko. now
living in Ess.n on pension of
about MS a month, was riMssU
componsoHon b, Wast Germ-n
authorities for loss of property
in Kattowiti.
The response of Dutch listeners
to the pn gram was described as
overwhelming; Former resnUanae
fighters offered to pay for a sum-
mer holidaj for Moufto.
Motorists who heard the pro-
gram on then- car radios drove l
the radio station to make contri-
buttons The pensioner said he
wanted to share the gifts wi(
us im need but efforts were under
way to ih suade him to accept the
money as a supplement to h.s pan
sion,
He centenda he is entitled to
compensation for his propert:
cause Kattowiti was under
(if i in .. ii administration at thi
:-,: -.,; v as on ground*
ih it the loss occurred on tei
. utside the a r e -. of the I
Third Reich
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* Jewish nrrMtor Friday, August 13, i$J Page 2-A Dutch Reward German Anti Nazi AMSTERDAM (JTA) A West German pensioner who saved the lives of four Jewish residents of Kattowitz. in occupied Poland. daring the war by biding them from the Nazis has received near\\ S20.000 from persons who heard about his act on a Dutch radio program, the press here reported this week. Ernst Bruno Motzko was seni a police official ... Katto witz when, in the summer of 12. he gave shelter in his home to a Jewish doctor and three Jewjsfc women scheduled for deportation to s Nazi death camp. He hid them in his home for 28 months at the risk of Ml life, selling many of his personal belongings to keep '.hem supplied with food from the black market ADL Reports Bigotry Dip In Major Resort Areas Continued from Page 1-A signed with a clearly -.lev toti name end the other apparently nonJew ish Among 595 resorts from which definitive replies were received, 13 were identified as discriminating against Jews. All were in Florida, where eight resorts were biased, and five in Arizona. However, in both states, discrimination dropped since the 1963 survey. Biased reports in Florida dropped from 15.7 percent to 1.9 percent. The drop in Arizona was from 23.9 percent to 5.4 percent. In lit&S. nine pen enl ing resorts in ( l alifornia were fi biased Little discrimination was round in 1963 in the' south when Beth Tov Swim Party Sw im part}' and w eenie be held by Sisterhood of Temple Sunday. A 22, at the Wonderland School, I33S SW 67th \w beginning at n a.m. There %  • ill i>e a 1 t the pool only two resorts in Arkansas were (band to reject Jews. Since then two Arkansas res >rt> have ended thai practice. The ADL said that the findings showed that, despite the 1W4 Civil Rights Act. discriminating resorts still found formulas for re applicants with Jewish-sounding names Some thai their clientele was 'entirely Gentile." Others used r< We phrases %  e" and ••churches nearby S o m e i all e clubs" re < % %  • mi I from the Ch .1 Rights rep irt said •ii.it while "pocnination" still existed, thi rkable D hary, ADL • %  d that enactment II ts Acl i* tinuing educati re the %  BEWARE '"'65 DODut"' Otnr Fine Cart 5^95 2 Per Day i • BENS RENTALS 4 4 4 4 4 4 TERMITES % 1451 W. FIAGIER FR 3-0326 ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Items Tax Deductible CALL 696-2101 *5\y T3SN yn ira. tpoiiMpn *S* ipv Mi Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 9-15 MICHIGAN AVt., MIAMI BEACH In January, 1945, when the Gestapo fled ami rh RM otco pied Kattowiti. he and h.s Jewish charge were able to ernaroa from hiding. Tho *tory, wh.ch has been confirmed in ovory <**• tail by the Dutch Radio Station, cam. to light when Motiko. now living in Ess.n on • pension of about MS a month, was riMssU componsoHon b, Wast Germ-n authorities for loss of property in Kattowiti. The response of Dutch listeners to the pn gram was described as overwhelming; Former resnUanae fighters offered to pay for a summer holidaj for Moufto. Motorists who heard the program on thencar radios drove l the radio station to make contributtons The pensioner said he wanted to share the gifts wi( us IM need but efforts were under way to IH suade him to accept the money as a su p p l e m ent to h.s pan sion, He centenda he is entitled to compensation for his propert: %  cause Kattowiti was under (if i in .. ii administration at thi :-,: -.,; v as on ground* ih it the loss occurred on tei utside the a r e -. of the I Third Reich 77 OTARION HEARING AIDS tmpmlr All UCIM WHILE YOU WAIT i?-f. • %  no o)i knperial Hearing Aid Co. 14 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 ffffVS TKADtS ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE .COLORED HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' ai MOTHERS' HELPERS |11 DAY ttORKEl -KL h.Crt TYPE WEEKLY Mi RESTAURANT J. 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Friday, Auqust_I3, 1965 tmMifhHMMi Paqe 3-A Charge Restitution Chief is Ex-Nazi By Spatial port \F.\V YOKK — The American %  Jewish Coagnu charged recently %  thai the president of the German %  Restitution Court of Appeals in Bremen was a former Nazi who joined the infamous SS Corp* the [ jcar Hitler came to power. Dr. Joachim Prinz, of Newark. oiled on West German Chancellor I.IKHVI* Erhard to press for the %  p rompt removal" of Karl Arndt. storrnrroopcr since 1933, who is also one of three German members f the Arbitral Commission on Property Highls and Interest* in GeSBlany, n international legal tribunal. Dr. Prim disclosed that information concerning rh# Nati rt&f itotion official had baen confirmed by the Office of Gorman Affairs of the State Department based on records in its Berlin Document Center. removal, Dr. ed: : in Hi' %  %  • relative* of the vie Dr Print, %  former re! H at Ber t. %  ed from V a %  Kctivilics, told the American Jewish Con* rea meeting: "We are particularly dismayed uncovered by the American Jcwi.-h that after twenty tears of presumCongren early in April. ably rigoroua attempti to purge German public life of the most dedicated Nazi.s. n is still possible today for an SS officer with as notorious a record as Karl Arndt'a to occupy a position of public trust. "The Amdt CIM is still another indication that the German Judiciary has not been cleansed of Hitler's mast avid t uapartar a If a veteran and notorious Nati like Karl Arndt can be entrusted by Wast German authorities to perform th* delicate and sensitive task of passing on the claims of Naxi victims, it is difficult to accept the bland assurances, so frequently given, that everything necessary is being done to remove the Naii taint from German public life today." Dr Prim laid the Information i oncei Nazi past zation. As President of the German !{•'; iku in any form Is offensive In the eatraane." in Commons, Postmaster Ganer ..I Anthony Wedgi wot I Benn re%  • • • ,. 1 Consen ath e del • ''he. whehi deeif n ctomai ether I liner or It %  .!.1 verb: • .leu — Morris Linden, editor of the Jewish Times of Glasgow, brought the offensive definition to the attention of C. K. Jones, director of the firm. The official declared that "the definition horrifies me. It is completely indefensible." Adding th.it "one cannot, ol course, read every -mule definition m our dictionaries," he informed the Jewish editor 'hat "this will he put right -trai^ht away. and I assure you 1 will see to II that all reprints ol the dictkmai j which has this offensive description w ill ix' renwM ed ment in the summer of 1939 and again from February 19-13 on. At an unknown date, he trail-ferred to the Waffen-SS, where he commissioned a Second Lieutenant 111 1944 In Instatement I 1 that tinGi %  m n ial li '1 'actively pursui | ihroui h SS 1 ••|i, There Is I / % r n the N • in the Nazi part) until "Thi (act* sS (Sol • 63 — • I hi enswins y< rs he rose through th ranks and 1 Uli SS 'iil>' in the Army. "Yet this is the man who presides over the appeals of Naii victims in restitution cases in Bremen. This is the man who represents West Germany today on an international legal tribunal on restitution." appointed representative! of the Federal lie-public of Germany, RAT PROOFING A Specialty KECDttft PEST CONTROL FOR THE HOME AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. (^pPSe eWiCC PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Lara-M SUcct'on in Ltt Sty e for Man and Womefl FREE PARKING SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD lOn the M..II) Phone JE 8-0749 Ocu''tt' Prescriptions Filled CONTACT LENSES SOME FAMILIES WONT HAVE TO SCRIMP FOR THEIR N-E-X-T VACATION! Nationally Famous for over SO years The fabulous Zeiger Cuisine ZEIGER'S Ritz Plaza • M0T11 • POOl a CAIANA CL0I RESIDENT MASHGIACH CONSTANT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Prominent Cantor and Rabbi Conducting Services On Premises Entertainment During Intermediate Days FABULOUS ZEIGER CUISINE Dining Room Open To Public FREE PARKING RESERVE EARLY Call Mrs. HOFFMAN 531-6881 There's no mystery about it! Most people saic for the things they want... and we help by adding liberal dividends to make the savings grow faster. We can help you make your next vacation more pleasant. Save by August 20th — earn Dividends from August 1. Your Savings Earn 41* Annual Dividend Paid & Compounded Quarterly ON THE OCEAN AT 17tK ST., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — rIANRlIN FtAZa NIWT0N r"> m rounded 1933 0 Oet m Th Nai.on t'r


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-fm'^r^rMtor Friday. August 13, 19^ Page 2-A Dutch Reward German Anti Nazi AMSTERDAM (JTA) A West German pensioner who saved tlie lives of four Jewish residents of Kattowitz. in occupied Poland, .taring the war by hiding them Horn the Nazis has received nearly $20,000 from persons who heard about his act on a Dutch radio program, the press here reported ibis week. Ernst Bruno Motzko was serv tag M ; P oUce official In Katto. unz when, in the summer ot 1942. he MVC shelter in his home to a Jwi8h doctor and three Jewvsn women scheduled for deportation to a Nazi death camp. He htd them in his home for 28 months at the risk of his life, selling many of his personal belonging* 10 keep MMffl supplied with food trom the hla<.k market ADL Reports Bigotry Dip In Major Resort Areas Continued from Page 1-A Signed with a clearly-Jewish name 1 ud the other apparently nonJewish. Among 595 resorts from which definitive replies were received, 13 were identified as discriminating against Jews. All were in Florida, where eight resorts were biased, and five in Arizona. However, in bolh states, discrimination dropped since the 1963 survey. Biased reports in Florida dropped from 15.7 percent to 1.9 percent. The drop in Arizona was from 23.9 percent to 5.4 percent. In 1963. nine percent of rr%  ';_ 'VM>rts in California were found biased. Little discrimination was ind in 1963 in the'south when Beth TOY Swim Party Swim parly and weenie roast will he held by Sisterhood of Temple Beth Tov im Sunday, Aug :'i'. at the Wonderland School. 1335 SW 67th tve., beginning at n a.m. There %  ill be a lifeguard at the ix>:>l only two resorts in Arkansas were foend to reject Jews. 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Friday. AugugMj. 1965
k**l*fincrirfi>>r
Page 3-A
Charge Restitution Chief is Ex-Nazi
By Spcii port "We ;ir.' particularly dismayed
_. that after twenty yean <.f preeum-
NF,\V YOKK The American ;il(Iv nt; alt,.nipts t0 purgc
Jewish COOgrau charger! recently (,erman pul)ilc ljtt. of th(. lnos, de<1.
Ihat the president of the German K.aU>d Nazi, ls Mj|, |K)S;ilt)le ^
Restitution Court Of Appeals in day for an 55 0fficer with as no.
liremen was a former Nazi who tor*** record as Karl Arndt's to
joined the infamous SS Corps the occupy a position of public trust.
year Hitler came to power.
Dr. Joachim Prinz. of Newark.
tailed on West German Chancellor
1,'ndwig Erhard to press for the
prompt removal" of Karl Arndt.
t stonntrooper since 1933, who is
also one of three German members
fee Arbitral Commission on
Property KiirhU and Interests in
u.nnajiy, an international legal
tribunal.
Dr. Prim disclosed that infor-
mation concerning th Nati re-
?itotion official had been con-
firmed by the Office of German
Affairs of the State Department
cased on records in its Berlin
Document Center.
for emoi al, Dr.
1
in Hit
'
rbich pi -- 1
terror
vie
i. Prini N ,,; Bet
: from
tils anti Hitler
Unerican Jew-
ting:
The Arndt eat* is still another
indication that the German (udi-
ciary has net been cleansed of
Hitler'* most avid supporters.
If a veteran and notorious Nail
like Karl Arndt can be entrusted
by West German authorities to
perform the delicate and sensi
live task of passing on the claims
of Naii victims, it is difficult to
accept the bland assurances, so
frequently given, that everything
necessary is being done to re-
move the Nazi taint from Ger-
man public life today."
Dr Prini said the Information
> Nazi past was
uncovered by the American Jewish
Congress early in April.
On Apr. IS, t h e Congress ad-
oreased an Inquiry to William If,
Franklin, directs of the Historic-
al Office of the State Department,
requesting assistance in verify-
ing the report. Mr. Franklin pass-
ed the inquiry to the State De-
"He began his career in Ber-
lin courts in the late 1920s and
won hit Doctor of Law degree at
the University of Berlin in 1932.
He was an assistant at the Kais-
er Wilhelm Institute for Foreign
and International Civil Law from
1925 to 1939.
"According to his own statement,
Dfartmcnt Olfice of German Affairs, n .u
K he was especially active in the
*2*%, n T 'Mi.1" T special court of Berlin. He went to
asked the Berlin Document Cen- "^ jn ^ m an ^.^ |)( ^
Lk n T ,.' i^j a*. RP'*"h Protector. He 1 e c t u r e d at
The Berlin Center supplied the... .... ., .
I....:__ j_..:i- ...i-:_u .u- a.... :1 rague I niversity and served
following details, which the State
Department official forwarded in a
letter to Dr. Prinz:
-Dr. Arndt joined the SS in 1933
(No, 1399841 and the NEDAP (Na-
tional Socialist Part) ) on Aug. 1,
1138 No 6096192).
"He was also a member of the
Reich League of Civil Servants,
the National Socialist Lawyer's
League and the Nazi Welfare Or
sanitation.
British Publisher Promises He Will
Change His Dictionary Definitions

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Swastika Stamp
Continued from Page 1-A
the sight if the swastika in any
form i- offensive In the extraane.''
In Commons Poatmaater Gener-
al Anthony Wed Bann n

i hi
Mil,'.
liner or
a verb:
it."
Morris Linden, editor of the
Jewish Times of Glasgow,
brought the offensive definition
to the attention of C. K. Jones,
director of the firm. The official
declared that "the definition
horrifies me. It is completely in-
defensible."
Adding t h a t one cannot, ol
course, read ever] single defini-
tion in our dictionaries," he in-
formed the Jewish editor that "this
will be put right straight away
and I assure you I "ill see to it
that all reprints of the dictionarj
which has this offensive descrip-
tion will be remo> ed
as
a Rottenfuehrer in the General SS
unit 1/108.
"Dr. Arndt served as a sergeant
in a German army artillery
nent in the summer Of 1939 and
again from February 1943 on.
"At an unknown date, he Iran-
ferred '<> the Waffen-SS, where he
commissioned a Second Lieu-
ti riant in 1944 "
In hi- statemei I I D
activelj
f the I
i lite' i

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the
N'ari
true nal
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113 -
the sa |> a
the ha
rose thri ranks and even
served in tin Kill in the Vrmy.
"Yet this is the man who pre-
sides over the appeals of Naii
victims in restitution cases in
Bremen. This is the man who
represents West Germany today
on n international legal tribun-
al on restitution."
As President Of the German Re*
titution Court <>i Appeals in Bre-
men, Dr. Arndt passes on resti-
tution claims by Jews and other
\.i/i victims filed in the German
city state of Bremen. Dr. Arndt
holds this position under an ap-
pointment from the President t
the Senate of Bremen.
The Arbitral Commission <>n
Properly Hm-'its and Interests in
Germany is an international uedy
of nine members three Germans,
three neutrals (two from Sweden
and one from Switzerland) and
three from the Allied occupying
powers the U.S.. United King-
dom and France. "Hie Commission
erven as the final appellate body
on controversies arising out of re*
titution claims from outside Ger-
many including patent claims The
German members are officially-
appointed representatives of the
Federal Republic of Germany
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Friday. AugugMj. 1965 k**l*fincrirfi>>r Page 3-A Charge Restitution Chief is Ex-Nazi By Spcii port "We ;ir.' particularly dismayed _. that after twenty yean <.f preeumNF ,\V YOKK The American ;il(Iv nt; alt ,. nipts t0 purgc Jewish COOgrau charger! recently ( erman p ul) i lc ljtt of th( lnos de<1 Ihat the president of the German K aU>d Nazi „ ls Mj| |K)S;ilt)le ^ Restitution Court Of Appeals in day for an 55 0 f ficer with as no liremen was a former Nazi who tor*** record as Karl Arndt's to joined the infamous SS Corps the occupy a position of public trust. year Hitler came to power. Dr. Joachim Prinz. of Newark. tailed on West German Chancellor 1,'ndwig Erhard to press for the •prompt removal" of Karl Arndt. t stonntrooper since 1933, who is also one of three German members fee Arbitral Commission on Property KiirhU and Interests in u.nnajiy, an international legal tribunal. Dr. Prim disclosed that information concerning th Nati re&f itotion official had been confirmed by the Office of German Affairs of the State Department cased on records in its Berlin Document Center. for emoi al, Dr. 1 in Hit %  rbich pi -1 terror vie i. %  Prini • %  %  •' N ,,; Bet : from tils anti Hitler Unerican Jew%  ting: The Arndt eat* is still another indication that the German (udiciary has net been cleansed of Hitler'* most avid supporters. If a veteran and notorious Nail like Karl Arndt can be entrusted by West German authorities to perform the delicate and sensi live task of passing on the claims of Naii victims, it is difficult to accept the bland assurances, so frequently given, that everything necessary is being done to remove the Nazi taint from German public life today." Dr Prini said the Information > Nazi past was uncovered by the American Jewish Congress early in April. On Apr. IS, t h e Congress adoreased an Inquiry to William If, Franklin, directs of the Historical Office of the State Department, requesting assistance in verifying the report. Mr. Franklin passed the inquiry to the State De"He began his career in Berlin courts in the late 1920s and won hit Doctor of Law degree at the University of Berlin in 1932. He was an assistant at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Foreign and International Civil Law from 1925 to 1939. "According to his own statement, Dfartmcnt Olfice of German Affairs, •. • n .u K %  „ he was especially active in the 2*%, n T 'Mi. 1 T • special court of Berlin. He went to asked the Berlin Document Cen"^ jn ^ m an ^.^ |)( ^ LK n T ,.' — I^J a*. RP'*" h Protector. He 1 e c t u r e d at The Berlin Center supplied the... .... ., %  I....:__ J_..:I...i-:_u .ua.... :1 rague I niversity and served following details, which the State Department official forwarded in a letter to Dr. Prinz: -Dr. Arndt joined the SS in 1933 (No, 1399841 and the NEDAP (National Socialist Part) ) on Aug. 1, 1138 No 6096192). "He was also a member of the Reich League of Civil Servants, the National Socialist Lawyer's League and the Nazi Welfare Or sanitation. British Publisher Promises He Will Change His Dictionary Definitions • l!IM!l!Mll')A.-i Before Leaving For Your Vacation M.ik* } our lii— i v.iliniis fortlie llir.n HOLY DAYS ndai !• 1 on Pf ml* STRICTLYKOSMLR CUiSINl -,. ,,,*•• wi • s Se, \\ M DM \\ Q TV, Air Condirloiwd V. l.i NDON JT • • i; to re %  • .uch definiti The dii bed by Od i ; • as "mem11 r of the Hel MM h ol the Semitic ra< e; Israi lite; be religion." n i ., detini Waldman OCUN T 4 %  : II MiAM ( PHONE JE O'5/0l nAlH a Jews Protest Swastika Stamp Continued from Page 1-A the sight if the swastika in any form ioffensive In the extraane.'' In Commons Poatmaater General Anthony Wed Bann n %  %  i HI %  Mil,'. liner or a verb: it." Morris Linden, editor of the Jewish Times of Glasgow, brought the offensive definition to the attention of C. K. Jones, director of the firm. The official declared that "the definition horrifies me. It is completely indefensible." Adding t h a t one cannot, ol course, read ever] single definition in our dictionaries," he informed the Jewish editor that "this will be put right straight away and I assure you I "ill see to it that all reprints of the dictionarj which has this offensive description will be remo> ed as a Rottenfuehrer in the General SS unit 1/108. "Dr. Arndt served as a sergeant in a German army artillery nent in the summer Of 1939 and again from February 1943 on. "At an unknown date, he Iranferred '<> the Waffen-SS, where he commissioned a Second Lieuti riant in 1944 In histatemei I I D activelj f the I i lite' i %  %  %  "Hi K rl Al ; ; i v r (up in > ; the N'ari true nal ••'Ch. • joined 113 the sa %  • |> A the ha rose thri • ranks and even served in tin Kill in the Vrmy. "Yet this is the man who presides over the appeals of Naii victims in restitution cases in Bremen. This is the man who represents West Germany today on n international legal tribunal on restitution." 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}rl*tFhri of Srvic. National Editorial •* • Pre „ A „„. Engli.h-J.wnn Newpap' ana tri Fiotoa SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area „ Or. Year 00 T*r„ Year. H2 00 Out of Town Upon Req^eit Volume 38 Number 33 Friday. August 13, 1965 i5 Ab 5725 Republicans Beat The Wrong Horse While we agree with the spirit of the Republican Party criticism of G. Mermen Williams, it seems to us wrong to place the entire blame upon him. The "explanation" of the Arthur Goldberg cppointment is rooted in traditional State Department attitudes that have little ii thing to do with such liberal-minder: men as Mr. Williams. In fact, we would be delighted to = ee the State E Ql populated with many more such well-motivated persons as he. The Re] Party i there• i e GCP • %  I it%  he is of wj ArO Colleagues axe Ii was with Dee's assistance to be an expert c: ::. the U S. v adeptly taking cur m And ail the while, it wes the Republican Party that stood cooiy by, applauding its chief, a man who could do no wrong. For the GOP todcy to heap the blame on G. Mermen Williams is to do the supreme job of sweeping political dirt way under the rug. Inborn Bungling Nature It is singularly amusing, after the untold millions of words spent on the story, that after more than two years of arguing over the presence of West German scientists in Egypt, the country's dictator. Gamal Abdel Nasser, must today view his jet and nuclear projects as they fold before his eyes. Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir made the announcement of the presence of the scientists in Egypt back in April, 1963. when she charged Egypt with launching a military campaign to destroy her country. This has been the line all along, with the Germans, themselves, taking the miserable road of excuse and explanation for permitting their natiorals to work in Cciro. Now it is the ..-.born but r.ature of Arab nation that has • %  Being Mare Wakeful The news report last week of a va : ury of funds behind Nazi-inspired hate movements throughout the world raises an old rumor: that leaders of the Hitler Third Reich came away with billions in the waning days of World War II for precisely these reasons. One such rumor several years aqo even pegged the hiding place as being at the bottom of a lake in Austria. Whatever the truth of any such speculation, the fact remains that continuing incendiary attacks in London against Jewish Houses of Worship and desecration of Jewish cemeteries in West German cities suggests more than mere coincidence. The neo-Nazi movement has been a political reality since unconditional surrender. We do not go along that clowns like Georae Lincoln Rockwell, of the American Nazi Party, are typical of the movement. No Real Immunity %  %  '-'-->f the fence among Jews in today's world. Certainly, Jet ermarriaae has a far different flavor in the U.S. than in Israel, considering the percentages particularly, and the extent of removal of such marriages from the Jewish mainstream in general. Nevertheless, the repeated Israeli warnings about trends among American Jews seem less well-placed when so zealous a Jew as Rabbi Blau takes the same road. We are completely aware of Jewish tradition surroundinq the welcoming cf the convert to Jewry's midst. But Rabbi Blau's move from Jerusalem to B'nai B'rak suqgests that, despite tradition. nnitive. Perhaps Orthodox U henceforth find another formula • en it comes to discussina American Jewish -res. The problem remains, but a different epproach would seem to be indicated. (ri'B'rts manuring rinsim) %  Greater Integrity Needed The newest wave of anti-Semitic inc:dents in West Germany seems to be showing no letup. Memorials have been desecrated and ties daubed with Nazi hate symbols. -it government Is are hot %  : •• l -it a people cs or of Bcmburg has meanwhile offered a S5.000 reward for the app:.. of the perpetrators of t. Officials have fmaiiy made an arrest, but this aoes not mean they are any cioser to solving the problem. To cell those responsible madmen" and "perverted criminals" may get nd of some of Prosecutor Ostheimer's frustrations, but it does not help in the achievement of new attitudes. Perhaps a greater inteanty on the part of West Germany's citizenry might be more helpful an integrity in the matter or respecting the worth of others, includ.ia Jews. The arrest of Richard Wortak and his subsequent suicide attempt this week '.hows the sal nature of anti-Semitism as a disease But tr.e details sur.-ou: re P*' German. It that must be treated. during (he week as i see it by LEO MINDLIN CHOULD THE Pro. lent of ^ the United Stat.-. m ak "Jewish" appointmrrits • the Supreme Court" Mr Johns* will be the first to 6>nj that A he Fortas. of Wathingtoa D.C., was a "Jewish" ippoint ment. He has alma |j ,), dared, and several times that in Fortas' case, the |o| the man. I tend to ha\. -,, me thine of a jaundn about the President's observation The relationship between him and his appointee is too lone standing and too intimate for anyone to buy so casual an explanation. On the other hand. Mr Johnson 0OM not really have to oner any e\plana>n at all To be sure, there are many judges sitt ohi r benches, as well as practicing attorneys and profess law. who could easily have matched Mr Fortas in sjajfJBbilit) and competence This doenot mean that, because Mr For 1 is variety of peers he was therefor, ineligible If the Ptestdem compelled to continue rationalizing his choice, it is presumNv a a consequence of two considerations One is that Fortas was net chosen from a lower court bench which has generally been tl tice and hence precedent but which can not clearly be as a prerequisite The other, and more probable reason, is that he seems mot by a guilty conscience, the emit here involving Arthur Gold! his appointment of the neu IN Ambassador, succeeding • %  Stevenson, the i I released %  number of II terizing Mr Goldl erg as "• man f<" t Abe Port tly in the tween the two thi 1 nvey l Congi .. D ID THE PRESIDENT tice < 5 Ai It is 1 ests thai th I in our %  • • qi .. itj w:. ted : terms, i • ; ; ortunit) com| I adt.. aged I hit e upon i time and still flexing its muscles, it was phy that rel faint struggle now fully upon us it was, indeed, a naive view, much like the one projected on television cowbot programs, which divide* good and evil between those who wear the white and those who w< the black hats. yW ITH THE CIVIL rights movement fully exploded, the north) self-righteous feeling that all racial -tnfe lay in the south became ludicrous, particularly when SO much of the north sudden!) emerged on the battlefield dressed in Mack hats, and when occasl white hats could be found on the proud heads of more prudent southerners — the President of the United States among them. Been in historic terms, the i960 Presidential election (or the firvt time smashed the pattern of entrenched rural Protestant political power divided aloi raphic lines sectional interest) ami shift.': the power to the nation's urban centers — areas teeming with I i poor and the downtrodden, mightih mm Protestant, frequcrth v Occasionally Jewish: all demonstrating their strength on racial ligious, blue and white collar, and national origin base.-|interest This stunning SOCiologic metafflor] n American afia:• what gave John F;t/g.rald Kenned) his victory, however slim s tory it was The change was, bowevei i oted and %  coming, it evolved; it did not seize u> oven Ight It could u seen in the gigantic struggles over n in the schools %  '' was less the issue than the ultimate Pi >t< i det. rmination to reaffirn While sectional interests ill at Ii • %  %  j? "JEWISH" APPC all. A the Ni ... | ( id) outdibU i • .,,, A h *'"" ; havi been i„. akinj tietl o ntury precedent beginning with J might easil) point to Ambassador Goldberg aa i Btgn of i i thi nation's continuing recognition of and esteem for thI eommun tj there would belittle if anything left to say; altl Mr Goldbert assessment of the value no less than the powei his appointment, was made eminently clear by his grudging ac< ai.ee ot it. Most!) then, one can not m met discard the question of equiva '""• ">'"' ma beside the point or Mr J %  1 motives, which are very ,.,!•..,: to It What it s thai Mi I edent either philosophical or '< <*• • pointmeot as i %  iG : %  ration in u a well Judge rortas ambition. > i on t-fc..



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Friday August 13. 1965_ t*y*istrhrUl^r Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Beth E! Tickets Only • Modern Ideas Attract the Young :!; !:I ;thai tickets for the High Holy Days EDITOR. The Jwi*h Floridian: wa interested to read Leo Mindlu July 30 column UP** ,„ Aether or not civil rights are an authentic expreaalon of Jewish commitment. I do not agree with his conclusion, but I do agree %  EDITOR, The Jewish FlorWi.n: Youi editorial on Tisha B'Av im. phes tha we have reached, in ls, „.i (IM Messianic age, or even |u ,! the M.-NMah. Your conwxsnts indicate that .modern Israel ithe answer to all our pray',.. : %  the rebuilding of the already accomplished. ToraJ Jewry i< aware of the %  ades that are attached Cultural Program For Children at Y Announced Here \ unique year round Cultural chmeni Program for can. : -i\ hai been announced bj ti. \1 md VWIIA of Greater 65O0 SW Bth St. Exp re i" American and IsIture iil be presented active participation of the folk dancing, drama. •oi> telling and the prac cus oms and ceremonies the level of the child, • that the question i^ one thai Is in singly important for American ji w%, not onl) t ecause it will affect the relations of the Jewish communmtv with the reel of the American I |>le in general and the Negro community in particular, but also because it cannot but have a pro to the restoration of a Jewish homeland, but we are still far away from the Messianic Era in which Tiahs B'Av, as the day of mourning, will cease to be what it should be For your information, during the Second Commonwealth of Judea. When the Second Temple was built, the people of Israel retained Tisha B'Av as the day of mourning fi>r the destruction of the First Temple. Your editorial is hurting religious consciousness and is weakening religious hopes. RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Miami Baach • i n aintain the V's" : ei >t children adm tt mitt Yelen %  for Chil .:. .t netl i n d Fa GO? Criticizes Mennen Williams For 'Explanation' C:"tinued from Page 1-A lams bj that I L'nited Stati an) • unk ii Wil ns called the c h a rgi e IU'| • nr'. Farbstein a mem. 11 ... Foreign Affaii s also criticiied the %  partment for finding it to make "demanding to Arab states regarding tin anointment THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED Nftos rot rrs THRIFT SHOP All four Famifvrt, Cfetkiitfl, I 'mi, Oisfcti, Draptt, lie. Hit Sf CAU US FOR PICK UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27*i AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 ****A^^^^^^^^^*A^**A*^ Just a small revolution! Big Change in... 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"Racial equality, social justice, the cause of peace — these are issues which Jewish heritage and Jewish history have something real, something apt. something true to say — to the nations of the world and to our own young peo pie." RICHARD COHEN Assistant Executive Director American Jewish Congress New York City are now ready for distribution. Zalis noted that registration for Beth El'S free Hebrew School us also in progress now. According to Zalis. the congregation is undergoing extensive renovation, including painting and paporing, ceiling repair, and other additions for member comfort. aVuauW MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET • PHON* 373-8432 ABSTRACTS • ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE nMm', T !" ] OouU M A DIVISIOM Or onebixxm TITLE What's Dade Federal got to do with this radiant young couple? Happiness radiates from this young couple as they plan their life together... they are at a beginning ... and they have a good start! 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?ace 6-A f-Jenlrffhrtftor Friday. August 13, Desalting Project TA EsTW B unl r. I thi 0d project inwhich nenU required f .:; be I I \ >N I x -.nient of a [.la:'. %  *• beta • •''"' ^" n,,mlc tachidlDj r rub. ..nitad •rectkM eaa be ^ ( p .. f sj me w lU r ,,; red h> W2. jccordir findings made known this a meeting "f the Joint AmericanIsraeli Debiting Board Studied end f 1**', wkich mam ,1 would b* incorporated m J for the propoMd Israeli scheewj calling lor completion by H;j_ The maattng t<*>k i %  ** The ..-„.. %  of Saline INI— ," n ~^ """ "' • l r*W "' -Me S Dep.rtn.eal „f -he Intel VS. JWM „,.. week at fi,;; M „,n .tart CO-WK ..on ei £• ->racl. team W headajl During the course of his recent viait to West Germany at the nvitation of Bonn, Dr. Max Nussbaum (left, chairmen of the American Section of the World Jewish Congress, met with Chancellor Erhard of Germany. Dr. Nussbaum had talks with other leading officials and visited a number of major German centers. Jewish Migrants Benefit From Immigration Bill Continued from Page 1-A Committee indicated strong supl'i1 on the House floor. A com/ n bill is now before the Sen. te Immigration Subcommittee v no difficulty is anticipated. The measure ha been advocated i ill major Jewish and liberal non-Jewish organizations in the I nited S;ate>. Under terms of the national ori.inba-t I v inaaatrtes connected with desalting plant-. The purpose of the Board's meeting was the discussion of the interim report submitted by the Kaiser-Catalytic Co. This firm conducted the feasibility study that began in January. 1*65. The report was ratified by the Joint Board. The Board found enough data to support belief that erection of the plant can be achieved, within the contemplated schedule, by 19 72. CM Wesi t>aat It will test various components required for the Israeli proiect. The data from these ••* &f it is hoped, will be available by the Kenneth lloliim. Aasi I $^ larj "f 'be Interior tor Water m| r, took part, along •uthotul saline water and nuclear anthotu tu? uf the IS Govern On July 1, 1968, a ceiling of 17t,000 would be placed on immigra tion from countries now assigned quotas. Western hemisphere nations, now allowed unrestricted immigration, would not be affected by the liberalized bill. A maximum limit of 20.000 a year would be imposed on admissions from any on* nation. The final report will be submiiOuts.de the ceiling would be par|ed bv Kaicr.'atal\tic bv the end BETH DAVID CONGREGATION] NOW REGISTERING FOR NURSERY SCHOOL AGES 3 thru 5 YEARS OF AGE Main Krhool I.W. 3rd AVENUE at 26th ROAD nuvseotra.no* AVAILAHI on* ALSO ro MOM-MMM', SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 30, 1965 FOR INFORMATION: CALL THE SCHOOL OFFICE 371 1882 iVVvvvvvv^^^vvvvvvvvvvVv\AMaAMAn*AMMnMaivw and western Europe, the "Angloents. spouses and children of Amer0 f .\ 0 vember 1965 Experts will Saxon" nations, are entitled to lean citizens. 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Hy. August 13. 1965 *Je*lsti fhrldHin Page 7-A ^ Jewish Federation and Combined Appec Allocate $1757,651 to 38 Organizations i %  knle Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greenberq. mi Beach, is shown receiving the Leadership Medal of National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs from Benjamin vitz, president of the Temple Menorah Men s Club, pred to her for excellence in scholarship and meritorious ice to the Temple. f S Appoints Executive Committee; loves Offices into New Quarters I.I ura Charles P I • In .i. A .-!i Vocal ion Set n n unced the afi n< y's fi e Comakittee me* I i last week in tli is. treasurer, S Ronald and ssisl in! reasurer, Dr |rl 1. Wiener, rh Executive Committee 4is\ new progi am t ill be initiated with the Florida Indi^ rial Com%  • '. dilation of work tential <>t persons involved in • ..in situations • 1. ii>' a< 1 mpli*hed ihr ugh thi riliti Mi' \ 1 .inlion n< < %  w as thai he agent \ has 1 banned 1' s adonaolicUted .ill it> per. Ueai • S3 18 ME tad Aw TinJewish Vocational Sewice 1a beneficiary asjesMi *>i Hie Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as v. e ll a.1 member of i Dade ouniy Eateative director is l>r. Michael Guodiuan. -.si ,1 suoh matian ^ tin%  involvement ui UuEconomic irtunity Prefrarn and a I>HMfoth Ktlesh Holy Doys • ir the \ ", atlonal rehabilitaol hiemotionally disturbed nl recently discharged from a hospital Committees for the also appointed at the Announcement that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal allocated tl,757,65] to :t agencies at home anil abroad for 1%5 was made Wednesday by Joseph M. Lipton, president of the Federation, and David It Fleeman, chairman ol the Budget Committee. T.he amount is the largest given by the Federation since 19>0 and includes (312,571 from the United Fund of Dade County lor three Federation beneficial-) agencies. Lipton said that the United Jewish Appeal and its agencies in Israel and 30 countries overseas were the largest single beneficiary. UJA received $559,779 in 1965, an approximate increase of 8 percent over 1964. Lipton announced that the local Miami community agencies received 'ha-t president, National Dade Chepte Cerebral Palsy, "ill he guest speaker Cedars Fourth Anniversary Ball Cedars oi Lebanon Hospital's fourth anniversary ball and dinm %  dance has been set for Satu evening, Nov. t>. at the Dora I Beach Hotel, according to Harr> L. Lewis, hospital president, ••our annual black ne affair honor new as well as veteran trus tees." Lewis said. A nationally-known show person ality will be featured a' 'ne dinm which will be m the Starlight Rool ot the Doral Cedars of Lebanon >• lot ate the heart "f Miami's ci\ ic and 1 • %  kal complex at 1321 NW 14 Miaow Beach, Florida Tel: B49-2121 on sasm s*. • o— six* *•* ** emm v. GOING NORTH IBIS SUMMER? Go by modern SoaDoard streamliner! The World s Fa>r. New England. Ci".ida. : Seaboard take you on a gay, interest* inq trip there and Dackl Travel on Famous Streamliners SILVER METEOR SILVER STAR Your choice ol MORNING or AFTERNOON DEPARTURES. Pullmans a".: ved lecimmg-seat coaches, line als lounge-tavern car. streamliner • ndudes a REGISTERED NURSF Liberal checked baggage allowance REDUCED FARES! IN COACHES: 30-day round t-.p fares to the North on sale May 1 Nov 15. IN PULLMANS: 6-months round-trip fares lor Pullman travel on sale every day. Wonderful Package Vacations" WORLD S FAIR NEW YORK THEATRE TOURS NEW ENGLANO CANADA World s Fair admission tickets at reduced prices available at Seaboard oflices. For vacation literature, fares and complete information, see your Travel Agent or nearest Seaboard office. In Miami. Phone FR 1-6611. W. J. FIGHT, G P A. Seaboard RAILROAD til souTi ar coasif sut mvict



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kv>UtnrrMir*r Friday. Auqust 1" 1965 Fcge 8-A Miamian Tours Behind Iron Curtain By LEO EISENSTEIN Judaism is a burden to the everywhere in Eastern Europe young jews have alienated themtoday. That is the conclusion I reached after traveling for several weeks :n every Communist satellite country in Eastern Europe with the exception of tiny. Inaccessible Albania. The story was the same wherever I went: Ambitious young jews have alienated themselves — reluctantly, perhaps lie, the Ji wish munity, and every other aslife, To do other, ..lumber themma that could their academic or fessional p r o g ress in their Communist %  dominated h o m elands. At the same time, the older generation, decimated by the Nazi's barbaric sweep through Eastern Europe, copes valiantly with inadequate and depressing facilities ; o preserve whatever can be preserved of Jewish tradition in state-financed synagogues that exist only at the sufferance of the Communist authorities. Exodus to Israel The only ray of light on the Eastern European scene today — from the Jewish point of view — is that there is an exodus, smail but continuous, to Israel. I could see evidence of this in Israel, which I visited for the third time since its independence, in thai there are more new immigrants from Eastern Europe there today than ever before. In fact, on each of my visits i was delighted to find more of my own relatives from Rumania I could see why they were coming by the situation in Rumania today. The picture at the synagogue in Bucharest was bleak and depressing. The only Jews inside were aged and infirm people. There was no youth to inject spirit and vitality into the prayer services. Ironically, the regime, as in all Communist countries, is extremely scrupulous about emphasizing the Nazis" destruction of Jewish communities. O n e of the Nazi atrocities is memorialized on the wall of the Bucharest synagogue by a plaque on which the names of 200 children killed by a German bomb are listed. Going Home Again But Rumania's young Jews who survived Hitlerism are not to be seen in or rear the svnagogue They gel along better in the post-war • %  revolutionary'" mi. ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR r\\ Let us repair it or apply o new one. For free estimate phone: ^v. ACME WT 685-1952 1 1 IBM TR r NG MIT IBM MACHINES— KEY PUNCH COMPUTER PROGRAMMING MIAMI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1250 N.W. 27 Ave. 633 1441 1 Pleaae Send Information: Name I I 1 Addreaa City State Phone (rWTTs maarria nKsini) .i 1 l£0 HSINSTUH Leo Eucitaic'ifi has iu*i '*' turned (tended tow • : %  : I ...: Eu %  iftne-ni U'll'i <: • % %  \ % %  %  j founder ..•• M ami Jewish d < all currently j member of its Execute > H( u a : %  ..%  and li-been on evi Federation's ma k %  t A :\. • the Miami Board of Realtor! Realv %  i • th< I'M b £ti< I Curu lieu if they stay away and avoid identifying themselves too closely with the Jewish community. It occurred to me while l wai in Bucharest thai good ideal l W8 s born Darabani n ,',an 300 miles to the smack en the Soviet Dorter I jaj i( occurred to me then se i knew there cou be many p 0] %  ft in Dan who would remember mj ramilvs departure fcr America veai v,,. made the trip anyway. car .""I with : though [was ... i II the town was d nplei l> Two world wat res hat. altered it beyon I • n v cept for the G !l dox I i the.lral which still stood in the center of town. only one person actuallj remembered mj family and oui relatives whom we left behin'l He was a Jewish b a rber who worked in a state-owned barber shop. Sites of Interest All in all. we spent DO more than 45 minutes in Darabani, since it would have been impos sible to find a hotel there We made an attempt to reach the Jewish cemetery before leaving, but found the road %  sea f mud after a rainstorm and preferred not to risk getting stuck en route. In neighboring Hungary, it was a variation on the same theme, although I found the people freer to speak. People there often told me "things are much better now -inee the revolution." The) were referring to the abortive Hungarian revolt against Soviet domination in 1956. The government takes pains to point out to tourists both sites of Jewish interest, BS well M reminders of the Nazis' anti Jewish atrocities ,., W h0 showed n the section thai wMBMdtWji tto during world War H. I essedthal "the ghetto wa created bj Hitler" He also pointed out the 22 %  • raves in the courtyard ol Budaposts 106-yei I Their n, ,., m marble on we 1 Ei.thplaceof Heal horal Syni %  a Jev room idevoted to the Sazi atrocities. II ters rrom the late President R !( .. ;• an I fi >m thi le King Gus'.av ol S eden pleadii arj wartime col! rveramenl to spare the Jews. The pleas fell "ii deal %  I found a state-operated Jew itfl museum in Prague. Ciechosk) i. too. n %  I • I.OOO yean oM Kemindei of i: • re kept there too i w.iiu are cove the r.amei of 77 140 o| (".echo Jewish \ ictimi Wreaths are place


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|ay August 13. 1965 knlffinrridTHtr Page 9-A ermans Deny Spy Charges Mrs. Lotz testified she had been .. lookout for her husband while h" Auxiliary Card Party Continued from Page 1-A knnssmann Steel Company of Itetdorf, testified that reports had sent to his company onpo'itical and economic • information on ;i secret radio in the Lotz home In Cairo she addhi he bad been an un%  ever agent for the North Atl: ntic Treat) Organisation, she tea He conJended tnat uch material to charges he had sent the Dussel tifled she had not known about the Mrs Sara GeUer and Mrs. ix-e was part of report.usuall) sent dorf firm defense secrets charge that he had spied for Israel. Kishman. tained dot*. bj business represi nl ivei to firm.-, and he pleaded not guilt) North Miami Beach Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its monthly card party on Tuesdaj noon at Washington Fed oral, NE L67th St Hostesses are OUR YFAR NORTON TIRE CO. Open Sundays & Evenings 3300 N.W. 27th Aye. •iKtstfl. T. SIZES 6.50/7.00x13 7.50x14/6.70x15 8.00x14 $10.69 $10.44 $11.69 $11.44 $14.69 $14.44 • %  j.x. MKM um ** ataeaeBi >— ft***. SIZES 6.50/7.00x13 7.50x14/6.70x15 8.00x14/7.10x15 U| *•*• 130. •!!>•< MM tod *lrltt UK rrtiK**. •Price per tire in pairs and sets ot 4. plus tax and tires trom car. BUY IN AUGUST! NO MONEY DOWN FREE MOUNTING with NO HANDLING, CARRYING OR INTEREST CHARGES!* Usual handling charges apply for terms over 6 months. 'App'.ci 10 DercJWtM "" flu'irj %  no"!*' o' AugJi! 1^5 only Take 6 months to pay WHAT A DEAL! SPECIAL T $ B. F. GOODRICH Silvertown Original Equipment WHITEWALL TIRES 700x14 SIZE-FITS ALL CARS LISTED & MANY MORE BUICK PLYMOUTH F0RP 5P(CIIS -'ootls %  I DODGE RAMBLER 0LDSM0BILE Coronal Pc'' Di-t CW: •'%  '" • %  > MERCURY CHEVROLET P0NTIAC Ccmi Mlcr Mcil 7iofls lemut MIAMI 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours DOWNTOWN MIAMI 500 West Flagler St. NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. 7th Avenue N. MIAMI BEACH 1700 NE. 163rd St. MIAMI BEACH 1454 Alton Road SOUTH DADE 9001 South Dixie Hwy. W. HOLLYWOOD 6017 Hollywood Blvd. at Statt Road 7 HOMESTEAO 30100 South Federal Hwy FT. LAUDERDALt 1830 West Broward Blvd WEST PALM BE*CH 519 S. Dm* Mtffftway



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Page 10-A +Je#istncrMtori Friday, Augu?(| in i r>i Tensions Mount Over Bonn Envoy Hffvivon "I NMl noThe Israel annoum tl(|l ca-l palgn, to all matterre nU> •! bawd m I in self llt| Ha Vug. 15. the fire was accidental or deliberate. The envoy and the counselor con tinued to be %  ubjects ot attention both in Israel and West Germans Israel Foreign Ministry sources said that tinForeign Ministrj ha I I,, pied Dr. Toeroek as counselor alter clearing him of rumors ot hemlinked wi.h the Nad period Ihe sources -aid that he was never a member of Die Na/i Party or of its conn er-p.;rt in Hungary wax n he served as a Hungarian diplomat during the war. The check showed that he had never been Involved In anj actions against .lews. At the same time, the West German !•" reign Ministry denied In Bonn that Toeroek had been in \ol\ed in any way with the Nazi program of deponinu Hungarian .lews to death camps. The Bonn Ministry confirmed reports that the former Hungarian diplomat, who m e a naturalized German cil ,. ,/,-n m 1950, served in Hungary's Berlin Embassy during the tune %  t h e s'azia were murdering Jews b> ihe thousands The reports emanated from Israel arousing further opposition there to the presence of the West Germans. But the Ministry said Toeroek had no relationships of any kind with either the Naii Party or the Hungarian Fascist Party. Tht> diplomat himself denied 'he reports, telling the Jewish Tele -rapine Agency: "i have n evei been a Nazi. I was never associated with any political right wing or Fascist group." But a number of West German newspapers contended that the West German Foreign Ministry should have been more alert to the tensitivitj of Israeli Jews, many ol complete investiga "M The IncampJ'abte MENASHA SKULNIK in hu en-ate*! vied* ro.e *Ck jC3f "ENTER X V/ICK7HC ^ 3 AtoMM MARTIN HUSTON cm IT .. narMi mtn tar* ttaaaM f •*••" %  •* COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE W R ..t.urant Art G.ll.ry 3BOO HalH Highway. Miami Ml B-S8l SUN KENT A CAR FR •:• $15 '65 DODOES Au'omi' c Powe' S'eenng and O'ncr New Cars Wk. + 6c mi. Incl.Hng Liability Insurance 1 %  D A Delivery Service 301 23rd Street Miami Beach Ph. 532-5502 WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS BIST nau*i x Humiion. tar ACTOR GIORCI COKOR, RtST OftfCTOR 'iiiYFaiRxaDy *ALfDREY HEPBURNREX HARRISON. ** • TtC>aiiCOl0tWrarMV>iMn"l* MM LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI MACM JI : i 7n ruici SCAIE (•nclud< S* Sun. A K Mol OtCMESTRA S7 7 5 S3 so s:< lOOt 3 00 3 7* %  -0 fERFOBMANCES AT 1 M MATINEES • 8 30PM IMfNIMOf BOX OtFICE OPEN 10 30 to SO S Announcing BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAYS 2 P.M. Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY punkt FVi AM car radios and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY F 23 variet es of bread & rolls Nimil.lli IIOIIF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining VltH th$ STARLIGHT LOl'N'CE for a breathtaking view Rafael Porras en Accordion No Co.e.', No Mm.rr.ym KM. en the ocean a! 4€ti S'-^et. M' %  ami Beach Resf.ar.on%  62-3600 UIVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts FM 105.1 MC. 160,000 Watts (n*p^i r-is^rnp pxyna) B i v yj\j its* io amVaml



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August 13. 1965 +Jm 1st fhrldkir Page 11 K t^ USNIAU COU BllKIN CANS GRilN WORSE SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL GAMES IN TEL AVIV AUC. 23-31 lami Sport Stars Off to Maccabiah War on Poverty %  I |. V. I' Ffmunit) will a 'Y' l %  %  nun on Sundaj \ i b |, in it toe VM YWM \ Of ( M la mi, 8500 >W Mil SI il an nun nee! bj rgs New nan, I itn chairman. Riehard Weal • director oi MM Economic Onportunjiv Program, will !*• apeak .,1 IPOrU stars will bo do u for I-mrt noxt week to Cnl the I'niled States at the kbilh < lames scheduled for 13 to 3] in Tol Aviv, kded among those leaving Hinil pl.iyns. boxers swimg I ft -. Ii.i^kctball playerIfleman. Drdinsj t<> loeal commute I edieattd to the nwewa nf Vn-i iHi.ih under the Mfla "( Inile i Statoa CommMlM — I,I lamol, aoa of the bi \ | to be n\ ercome la the ibilit; i : supporting funds on a theat going nh the loeal MI • trill he (.">• c iMMed the trip to the l.t s '-i %  nee In i*i More HUM M from throughout the United will participate in the Greater Miami sports stars Chjriei Cans, uho was the In Miami Beaeh Junior Golf Ipion and winner of the HawRIISM'!! Trophy in the South L Junior Golf Champiooohii) li. In UNL Oans was captain Miami Beach High School BTeam In 1961. he was runin the Daile <'onnt> Inie> latic i 'i.impioii.ship. In 19G3. runnerup in the Gainesville having been %  member from ol the Imlversjtj of Florida TOWERS APARTMENTS [Moduli Now Open 9 to 5 & by appointment RENTALS |f.lf.lm • Tacht aailn a Security 24 *ui* W.rf. „ Cot U. Ir-Uf. 'Ourtest Ave.-MmniBenfh 3n Sec > "i n 532-7815 • Maury Morse, 16. a student at Temple Both Am and Palmetto Senior Hi&h, rifleman. Morse was winner in the Junior Division of the National Rifle A-social ion International C'hampion.ships at Ft. Banning, (i.i in Juno of this year. In March, also iat>5, he ;i. winner in the Junior Division of Sawgrasi Position Championships, He won second place in the British Junior Championships |Q Juno. i%4. and is entering in the Master Shooting Clas iificatlon. • liiy Newmore. A student a*, the I Diversity of Miami, ho holds a boxing championship for 1WU-64, and was recipient of the Junior Olympic Boxing Championship in New York in ll*io. • Le Chesntau, the All American lli.ii School champion in the 200, 4U0 and 1,300-metre free stylo. Ho wa> named Dade County Swimj met "f the Year. A student at Coral Gahlos Ilish and a member of the Greater Miami YMHA. ho was the fiat t< l>reak the 400 free style in Dade County. • Cathy Cole, also a champion ship swimmer, joining the IS. con tuiiieiit for the Tel Aviv games. • Ronald Green. A member of the Miami Beach High School Basketball Champion-hip To.im in 1"H;_'. ho received a basketball scholarship to Yanderbilt Lniver-, sity. and vai S unhern Basketball Conference Champion in 19S5. He is a member of Temple Israel. • Mike Belkin. tennis star. Belkin has held Fl' nda State title; from aac 13 up. and his awards include B">s National Title. Junior National Title, linyOrange Bowl Title and Junior Orange Bowl Title. Belkin was with the Junior Davis Cup Team for four years, and his recent victories include those over Chuck McXinley, Arthur Ashe, and Marty Ries.-en. Bolkm wnn the Detroit Tourney in July. and was semi finalist in the N.i tional Clay Courts Tournament in Chicago in July. Other sporting categories at the Maccabiah games are volleyball, rowing, track and field, fencing, gymnastics, water polo, weightlifting and wrest hag. Local committees, consisting of Ed Lassman, chairman, and Michael Bone, Bill Click, and Sidno> dan. said Wednesday that the group currently has a budget of -orne 19,000. "But wore still about $3,00') short of the goal, and on the •ve of their departure, it would be heartwarming for our sportsmen to know they can rely on us to represent Florida and Greater Miami among the U.S. stars attending the Seventh Maccabiah in Israel." Lassman is co-chalman ol the Maccabiah boxing team from the i S and also a regional chairman. FRENCHY S BONDED LAWN SPRAY SERVICE ARMY WORM A FUNGUS CONTRACT j YEAR OR SIX MONTHS I Guarantied Chinch Bua Canfrol I LAWN A TREE SPRAYING FERTILIZING PI 1-0147 321 N.E. 114th St. Miami. Florida "From W. Flagler Street north to Brow.ird County Lino" Couslui wers APARTMENTS Igfcn ST & COIUN6 A E "15 f326 .' 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+jurist fkir*0afl Friday, August |J Page 12-A C KJlmlom Service, Ok* ItUoJ AGUDATH ACHIM. 6205 Co in, Av OrthoOoK V M • • AGUOATH ISRAEL NOI Canyie Ave Orthodox. Rabbi IHM EnAHAVAT SHTLOM CONGREGATION. 985 SW *7th Ave Oorthodo Cantor Israel Kershner. ANSHE EMEs" 33 SW Itth Avj. Conservative. Emanuel KushelewU. president. BETH DAVID K25SW 3rd Ave^_ Con. servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor William W. Lipson. ual CANDLELIGHTING TIME 15 Ab — 6:39 p.m. lor Jac* Lerner CLB AN HEBREW CIRCLE OJ MIAMI V*2 .vasnnjton A.e Ortno%  Rabbi Dov Roienc* FLAGLER %  GRANADA V NW SHl P C nservat.ve Rabb, David Rosenteld. Cantor George Goldberg BETHEL 500 SW 17th Ave. OrthoB E T H VOSHE CONGREGATION HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI i< dox. Rabbi Solomon Sch.ff. -J6J0 W. Done Hwy. Conservative. Joh „, 0 n St Conserv.it. e Rabb. • Rabbi Ricnard Ma.rcov.tz. Cantqr snap"o Cantor vehudan BETH ISRAEL 711 4TJth St. Orthodox. Rabb' Berel Wem. Friday 6 ;• m B mfort or Col BETH JACOB. 30' Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Seymour Hmkes Heiorjun. BETH TriLAH. 935 Eucud Ave Or HOVES TEAO JEWISH CENTER Itn tnodox. RaDbi Joseph E RacKovsky St M0 ,, e tead Conservative Can • ... ...tor PincuS A'oof. BETH TORAH 164th St and NE '1th # Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip, SRA ELlTE CENTER 17 SW th achita. baum. Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenIETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th A,, | ]'.' % %  St Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu T Sw ri. Cantor Lou>s Cohen. Hebrew Lesson •nf (23) ntf^ onfcs i*> nrwi The Twnty-Thr in the Boat A visitor to the Military Cemeters on Mount Herzl in Jcru sees a monument in a special fonn: w %  -, .s\ Mrs JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE '532 Washington Ave O-thoflox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern 1 %  • • kft. • KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 KuClid Ave Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Se'f "' ~' ~ \ ,' I rVII a stone in the shape Of a boat. am. in it la small pool In the pool an the names of 23 young men Along*" %  >'' side each name is the age and MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM countrj from which the person ;^:" Vtr^Yf..i 0r,h3d ""* _.*-• — -.-•— — —• -• • •v^-- Ab-anam strassfeid n J 7A in ifuJlB K^S'J came The ) ngesl H • 17; while • Ihri'l'l.-'ui. li MiNYONAIRES CONGREGATION l lie who ks into the • ma 7=K .aroa mrra • nan .i thej .ire tremb in t .T.'^p 71Z12 il3iJiai .~*:N" with et 2: nanaatf D'sn ipna SEPMARDiC 64=. %  :o UV 73 T7 .D-TS7S *?tf JT.OSr • • N H330 flXi! I." 7";~ IT" i: jews in tl _..,._ -.-.-, -.. it) %  to parti Dillj I 57*71 .w Nil 11 -. .3.". ]3 "|P;'"' 17 J3 S : D-pjnasn D'&s ~:ru -.* rv.ar3i .tfarn TKa nn -3 as c--j '-;<3 D'-jisi niotf •a %  %  •: n'7j? %  • ?n7K0-")i3jnn !3 ru ; -rD-nts en n' s tirSan nan7a wa ni rrn %  • ••:• • • we Kimu onlj I'II— the I!I-.'-' D'lirrn .1941 riC^a n*" ri happened before the brave fightv.".**er> succeeded in fulfilling the danMacn '" C'"' 0 Abraham Rti M mn fjrnc'n? D"pia vn f"iN"3 rous task. .D'SXJn 1J] n7L"D 7-3 (Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith) ""W n "9V3 "lW Beth~Dovid rvr-nrr nij7S lap .(vra ki n • x • •n nViin w wfci Now Re g ,stenn g • u V If Q u ^ Wn ;f Beth David Congregation Relig.fiPD^n 3* iXn '" us Scno 1 is P n tor registra'' t tion in all of its departm its from i31inn DHinS (23) J*3 nursery through high school. Beth David has expanded its Dn Slrlra niDCa n7l*D7 Branch School at 77th Ave and mi rn D' So Miami Raform Rabbi the Nazis The ... ,-..• ru n .'PLE BEf" E L Twenty-) .. thej iel %  in a 1 tor bi .' !:. i' i| i wer %  Nazis wan) base The young men want. %  storage ) • the task and "^."'^ p -' • ,,, tor David Com 1 ne knov u h i) pened to them. ] Did tl in the sea? Wi re Ihey kille I? TEMPLE D'NAI SHOLOM "800 NW TEMPLE BETH TOV 6418 SW Bth SI Conservative Rabbi Zevi Crn. wild. • TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing, ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Zvi Ad'er %  I i in MM.!. ;. in i.-i,s„,^ qlftev-nk nJL, SW 104,h St The branch now of11373 701) TID -Ip7 WT fers a complete s.x-vear Hebrew n '^noa .vto-irroa ffSE Bar an i Bas Ml,z ^KUiraiKS *ttt£ %  *? •• l Tf van instruction, With opportunowiti Cantor Edward Kiem O'SKaHl D'7n3 CD] 'lOnn i, ,,s v '' rv, '" 1,h< c h 'l ( lren s choir • '" : .,-. or be trained as a junior cantor :s T Mp i-E NER TAMIO oth st and ,~m D'D3 QV DVH7 1ST PJ f the music program. ^ R V rb h r E^ q y ene M La;Vv n ,., T cVn%  | The same highly-qualifit-d teach*<>' Saui H Breeh riX fSID? 1X1 D'Timn en will instruct at both the branch • _u,,-u,.„„ -.. „,._ and the main school Thev are fulT ^, M „ PL 5 OR 0LOM conser v ,t v( H^D7 IKS; DH .DDin 'JOt a l> .,,-,,,..,1 with many years of exSSJ^^ofc 8JSf n?n ni-T iw siTn vS> P*nce The same high standards ,v,_\ uuj IV .nig K.I will thereby be maintained at Ixjth TEMPLE SINA. OF NORTH M,AMI .nr\b rnj? na yir ^-x T-K st h "" ls *•'•"* R bb wae axn roniK ron DXH p-i ?DriiK inn cxn ?D-3 nnjp jioxn sO"nv i:x rxt D's^axn D-orrlVntf -JO 1 ? SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY PORTION VAETHANA* Hear 0 towel rhe Lord our God, the Lord i (De mT Thee %  ion at ne Bi 3S \ VETHANAN — The portion beglna with M .,., the Promtaed Ud. an %  ; ; uarI1 Ute cfcUdwn of Israel a. I I '". ealling their attention to their >,.. .nd mission Did ever a people hear the voice of ., „ ut 0 f the BUdsl Of U t Ore. U thou hast heanl. and li God sssayed to |0 ind take H.m a nation from the mid, I another nation, by trials, b> signs, and b> wnnd.-r>. .,: %  .. *1* ?n a mighty hand, and hy an i^ arm ., ng ,,rrors according to all that the Lord your Cod did for ^J M „U,o,ethl,,e>,.-' Dent MMJ^ JJ*. Moses sett aside three cities of refuge on the % %  the Jordan He repeats the Ten Commandments. ,, | variations for the purpose of clantv The l.rst seel Shema begiB* Thou shall love the Lord thy God heart M and ending And thou shall write them upon the doc, Dost> of thv house, and upon thy gates, is in this p. M?). Moses urges the Israelites to show no,men> • Canaanite nations \nd when the Lord thy Cod shall deliver them before Uu, and thou shall smite them, then thou shall utterly destro) thea thou shall make DO covenant with them, nor show them neither shall thou make marriages with them thy dau, ter thou -halt not gixe unto his son. nor his daughter snarl a* take unto thv son For thou art a holy people unto tl thv God the Lord thy God hath chosen thee to be Hi ure out of all peoples that are upon the face of the MTtl 7:2.61 Finally. Mows stresses the need for strict obser. ^^ the various ritual i-otnmandments ccOM odea) This rtcountir.9 of th. Weekly Portion of rh. Law „ „ cnm traded and bad upon "Trv. Graphic History *f th, j, 1# omg Meritaso" oditod by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $1S Publish,, h#) N Shenoold. and th volume if availablo at 27 William St Nr, ne fr York S, N.Y. President of the society distributing, th. .oivrr., sn fBj it Joseph Schlang. _. roble if a iuca THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT ——— ——————— fter i iho Mill toni dvai -h ye Decalogue and Slit Twin Poles of Juclaisnp TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. AMI. 137 NE 19th St R,form Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Pilermo Aye. Liberal-Reform. R.ibbi Morr,, Kipper • :• in I. ,-• Kill ..rnm-aViy nnay rna nxxina) prepared l operation mih the Greater Mi jmi Rabbinical Aitociation %  •' • "f f?jtur f > appearing here i> Dl< MAX LIPSCHITZ .riJSpSn PriUl IfaJfr o/ Bfll. T •lion ,if Nforth Miami ^sbhi D..n„i M Lowy Cantor Ch-t Gale 1 • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 C th Ave H.aleah Conservative • TFMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamor, A„. Conservative Cantor Ben D.ckson — • TEMPLE Z.ON 8000 M.lier R d C on. servative Rabb, Alfr, d Wa.man. Reach TIFERETH ISRAEL Av, Conservative Wermck. •MO N Mum, Rabbi Mrnry Y O U ,H G ISR EL •> NE ma st Orthodo,. R bbl h rv ,, n tUubtr 8 By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL Tempi* Oi Ciom s of Americans i I ilii taiti^ Ihe Ti %  % %  %  %  hilt .i K.'Cbl APRIl Jew Ish pra) er Ihe Shema \n the national television audience the religious object thai adorned hii chest This dispute w ano) bet een I i i ab I is Or la> Uit .ill e\ change of dialogue b) professioo al entertainers, popular comedians. Both of thase scriptural texts. the Decalogue Ten Commandments) and our declaration oi faith in an ethical monotheism i tlie She Workmen's Circle Schools Register Ben Swire, chairman of the I. L. Peretz Workmen's Circle School* in Greater Miami, announced that rt gistratiofl hn opened fr the new school term Starting on Sunday. Sept 12. at to a m School No. 1 will be held M 13)5 SW 3rd St School No '.' will IHheld at the VM and YW1IA. 8500 SW 8th St Classewill Commence there on Monday. Sepl 13. at t p.nv children age •; oi more are eligible for enrollment They are taught to speak, read, and write Yiddish. Hebrew, to appreciate h litei iture, Uatorj. leasllng persooalkies and periods, the meaning of Jewish holidays, folk songs and f„lk lore 'live Jewish holidayi are celebratad Currentlj being considered is the formation of ;in adult class in Yiddish at either school. Registrations are bnlng taken bv Workmen"! Circle of Greater HI ami. t0 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. in this %  0 1 • J th ai — k j I Shei recttoi I %  • %  • the) .i %  • action \s .i i .. %  i life the lattei the goal of the I %  The 9tema in ihe •• %  • %  %  dj fleets our creed in tat. ator, HiUnitj and i brotherhood of mai *9 to be fulfilled Lei u> |y, fill the me/u/ot • and souls with thSI .^ hands and minds with the mandanenta Ord cao| ph com in i ^v\ .? young Israel Collegia p CoUetfiatei v+ Young Israel Stage a pool party Sal at the Strath Haven li Ocean Dr Youn "i i ut the area are lnvit >| In charge of informant. -"' T3 \ictor and Judah Ever Beth Shirah Ladies on TV Temple Beth Shirsl will appear on the Stll S television program n the Greater MUml K, ition on Sunday, I R'CKT Ch 7. Rabbi Morris 9(0P leader of Heth Shirah 1 moderator in a diacussiori of the Jewish Woman Todaj Participants will incl David Steinberg, president J>l terhewd. and Mesdames t KobuLson. Ted Wayne, Bea i kin. Harvey Cohen, William TM me.er. and Bernard KnedUno (fl-vris n v ns-ina)



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August 13, 1965 *Jm/$#!/lrr/Gfi&/7 Page 13-A • i ii %  tab *, lum n :ation Bureau is Expansion iree Areas [educational areas of expannow being scheduled by reau of Jewish Education, Inc to an announcement by Cohen, Bureau president. most serious problem facJewish schools of today is tk of qualified and trained rs.'" he declared. "In the he Miami area was able to teachers from the North — traction being sunshine and ible salaries. %  y, with salaries soaring pr communities, the Miami fction is gona. Tha Bureau's important task for th camtar wil1 a tha training, loot Jewish teachers so vi[ needed in this area. |c<\ the Bureau's College of Studies will become pri., teacher training school, |ni; tllC nciessan COUTSM brew. Sunday School, and JDOI leachers t<> qualify for under the Bureau's various oi teacher license, with I through the Bureau's oi l.i > nsa TVI o gnized i)\ Board oi License "f %  v ciation foi Jew n m -ii-i thai another se I • Bureau v is il fish \ • %  I Bui expan juni| %  .(•ill e emphasis on uen< ral Ithan Hebrew studies for who have not shown my in the Hebrew lang^| third area involves adult education. The Bureau is German Churchmen Meet to Talk About Christian-Jewish Relations i i RABBI OrSaln-tt cirgi'r of Doctor ofPhii-| oeeaaty. good ipeaker. D every! pHeee rabbinical, congregational, I ceaMBimji icliviiici is interested! OBn^l challenging pulpit. S.F., lax 2973, Miami 33101 I • %  Left to right are Sam. Reinhard and Oscar Mamber, cc-chairrri'en Gf the Board of Admissions, discussing the Hebrew Academy's coming school year. Other members of the board include George Kimmel. Prof. George Pickar. Irving Steinlaul. Jerry Schechter, Jerome Bienenfeld. Dr. Matthew Zuckerman, Irving Firtel, Hank Penchansky, and Harry Genet, chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee. now planning to review tha entire scope of adult Jewish education in Greater Miami. A recent meeting of community representatives called for this purpose revealed the need of a central resource for Jewish program planning in all organizations, and p.irti-ularly the need of tr.ii-n :n of needed adult Jewish education instructors. Bun %  mptins i • %  Beth Am Registration Registration is now being taken the Temple 11-t ri Am office fur Religious a d Hebrew School. Tern pie Beth Am offers weekend Relien Sal ii daj and Sum ly for a cl ses starl km' h confii Hei •' w eld on Vlondaj i ons THereth Joe: i Sui BASS UNVEILING '.: M • GEOR'E HYMAN BASS Sundoy, Aueest 15th %  M: Sinai Cciai %  < n at 11 I .. ••: K..;•( %  | -ir'i Radkow^v and :ut:ng I nendi and Relatival Art Asked i.' Aiti FOR ADVICE 9lL KNOWN CANTOR rofer Miami wants engage j for High Holidays, er yearposition. 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Pcge 14-A tenlstfkrldton Friday, Anm;--fHY Thmg* Bv DR. SAMUEL SllVER Image of the 'Yiddishe Mamme' in U.S. Toda t i % % % %  % %  oldest Zionist Organization of America still thriw A PHENOMENON of the publishing business is the fact that th.' booklet. 'Wow to be a Jewisn Mother."' has -made"" the bestseller list. The n e w best-seller might be more accurately entitled "How to Poke Fun at a Jewish Mother." For what it does is to perpetaate the stereotype of the somewhat oversized European • style -Yiddishe Mammc. more interested in her daughter's marriage than in anvthing else. When this type is not talking about nuptials, it's food which occupies her attention. There are a thousand |0kes which point up tfifi putative absorption In one of them, the son Into' the house, bleeding from She looks at her son and comes staggering some injury, and has been kidded by the yt ling. "Mom' Help me!" -avs. "'First, eat!" The "Yiddishe mamme' l.ibitzers. one of whom now finds himself on the beatseller list. She has also been sentimentalized by tne songwriter! who dwell upon her unshakable fidelity But the real Jewish mother of today deserves flit ferent treatment. It is wrong to generalize, of course, but manv modem Jewish mothers actually work harder todav. despite the labor saving devices. than did her predecessor. And many of them deserve praise for their incredible fealty not only to their families but to a host of important endeavors cause like Zionism. The Take for instance, a As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Jewish Evaluation of Mr. Stevenson I N THE man %  %  • %  %  port I • i the trim of p ar t., | sues, there was the obligation think ol Sti venson in the heroic moo I of on if his opponents : ish. Here was one political adversary i I 'he time i • St< son's death, ackno the rj.s. Ambas! lo the UN had "served his party, his country, and the cau.-e of freedom \w"h rare UN Listening Post: By SAUl CARSON Goldberg's Force T HE DAY \ rh U r .1 was • Perm aN I• %  ight of tin i itine do %  that day. Om ivas a schi lule of meetings of United Nat bodii for the montl ist and September — there were 26 n eetings on this list. Indicating sessions to last anywhere between two days and three to four months. Second was the provisional agenda for the next regular session Oi the General Assembly, now set to convene on sept. 21. Two days later, it became obvious that the new U.S. Ambassador was anything but fazed by what lies ahead. When he presented his credentials to Secretary General V Thant. he was scheduled to confer with the latter for LO minutes. The talk lasted 80 minutes. They did not exchange golf scores Then the Ambassador — who. incidentally, prefers to te called Mr .lustice—laced his first mass news conftrence Here, he comported himself magnificently He fieldsome of the toughest questions — about is. insistence in negotiations with Viet Nam. tor instance — with as much ease as the most seasoned of diplomats here. THERE WERE no particular surprises on the agenda of the regular Assembly session. As tar as the Middle ,.s concerned, the usual Kerns were there. One the report of the United Nations Relief and Works for Pale which must examine once • % %  ibUitj the I N and th< U.S.A. It ive undei taken tot firing tor the Arab reft >• will have to decide how to continue w ith the work ol t NRWA, since that i late will i There was the a] Item concerning the United %  i on the Gaza Strip bordi c ?harm el ... QuM ol Aq i re were more than a half dosen iti •'" rights in gi i a, ally, with the elimination oi religious Intolerance. Russia feara thai item be* e it concerns extei ion ol full religious freedoms lor lews in the I SSR BETWEEN HIS first news conference and his ri %  "' ir nt and vital const i, Mr. Justice Goldberg had another item on his sohedIhat concerned ins first face-to-face meeting with the leading Soviet representative here at this moment, Amidor Platoa D. Worozov. Mr. Muriwov is OILS months president of the Security < ouncil. The president of the Council invites to luncheon i time his turn comes around, all the chief delegates of the 10 o:her Council member.-. This too, did not faze him. i from t Wh n it I rage to call Russia to • I : his pass taped upon bin *> %  I three > %  ater, ared that anyone then urging the resumption : nuclear weapon test ignorant ol the :.. "Who is Mr. Stevenson to bo talking about the low road when he is the man who puts his arms ml Harry Truman"" he asked :n 1!*56 And in: "1 have just been thinking what would have l ppened if Mr. Stevenson had been PreaWent for the last three years, We, of course do not know the answer to that question, but of these principles I am sure indecision, weakness, retreat, and surrender do i it bring peace m dealing with dictatorial, agve Communi si Weakness retreat surrender "1 will stay here until hi %  to I %  %  it • •., i %  i n the i nn. M Nations in that allbluff in connection with ; in Cul was te S McCari II %  and \i she D< i ter, iind the i te nd sorrj 11 cord of I l( Carthj ed that Stevenson, w ervii wai lime aide to Navj Se> n Ivnox, had forced the retention of Communist ra Operators on merchant ships — a ch ibsently disproved completely. McCarthy's claim tut the Oaily Worker" stood U-hind Stevenson was bh-wn to bits by Fr. Robert C. Hartnett, editor of "America." Similarly, there was quick and devastating disproof of McCarthys other charges agatnst Stevenson, involving the Institute of Pacific Relations and Italian CommunistIf there was something of Hamlet in Stevenson. if there were doubt and indecision, these were the valid questionings of a great spirit, one whose favorite Psalm hailed the Lord as light and n | v g „,„ admonishing this great advocate of enduring peace to be of good courage lo wail on the I.ord Off the Record: oldest Zionist Organization of America still thrive. but not with the same eclat as does Hadassah. SoanJ one has quipped that what Zionism need.s i a mauxiliarv of Hadassah. In synagogues and the ^ of B'nai B'ri:h. the achievements of sisterhoods, w -men's groups often buttress the main orvaniut) far more solidly than the exertions of their 014 counterparts. So. while the world is chortling at the bok il what Jewish mothers were a generation ago, the .Jewish mothers of today are busy taking con 4 the house, empathinng with their husbands. carj (or their children a la Gazelle and Spock, and nur* maiding a host of important causes. And. brother our contemporary Jewish rmjj doesn't loot like Molly Berg and more er. attractive, and more often than not at the n^ Of a cat chauffering *H and sundry |,jth. In th< 5. the) say that a matter cm y first v an I thereafter I %  of the Jewish that fast-si 1 infi %  :-. %  %  ; the real Je it : l • Capitol Spo:'.ia.ht: Cv MIITON fRi'DMi. The 'Jewish Seal T HE APPOINTMENT of the lewish si I* S Supreme ( I has bt ati n thai the late Pi 1 l Kenned) privately voi< %  1 r what he considered the 1. pi Involved, At ;hc time of his app Arthur J. GoMborg, Mr r came aware that his loloction was being d< ji .• h replacement tor the ailing Justice furter Mr Kenned) told nil closes! aides p" th< % % %  to tin %  ct from othei %  ob Ki t that his 1 1 1 nd Mr. Ft li : ; for l< 1 ai \:i i-i : nl • -i-..i on the 1 t conrm rth d that 1 h.it is rrudi the Jewish C uirt but more slgrafieanU) is tinhistoric by Joseph Story, Oliver Wendell Holmes, B< Cardoso, Frankfurter and other distinguish.I The first Jew named to the Supreme Court, Lo il Brandeu was appointed m 1916 in the face %  anti Semitic opposition. Another Jew. Mr Caul".'.'. • pointed in 1932. Mr. Cardoso was succeeded bj %  1 'rankfurter. The ugly Brandeis eo n tr ove ra) I motivated a subaeajunl desire to assure other ught to serve on -he highest court The expanding American philosophy of participatal "i Goven thou! regard bo race or religion ml both Justices Frankfurter and (ioldberg to be by designatioi 1 court Jew wa By NATHAN ZIPRIN Sholem Aleichem and Our Hickvilles CHOLEM ALEICHEM as a pro: Hitler V 1 h he was bon than ed years tl %  ieme h id alrea kaj %  Yiddish • %  m less than h.. 1 v gigantic literal ( : m 'but one jor contributors, albeit one Mendele Mocher Sforim before h,,,, wr. "ith the theme, u did others, but on :l difl Mendele, the randfather oi Yiddish wrote from light and reason and reformation to the bli I I < 1 ibtcti in hUda) He was a man with a mission, a preacher, a maggld In a pan Sholem Aleichem. on the other hand was the pureart.s, He delineated what he sau wRhnocHher and In I It 1, ought thai limited to ihti I ,er. the shtetl • %  • Kast llevke I 1 I!.. I I ia people in the Rickvill' not al m 1 brttl of 'he K !'. nor o\.-; %  %  fe. %  all thl >A 'he WOlid were dr. ipl sbi ,1 common pattei n 1 be %  •>• 01 HickMlle are 01 \ ie fh e ssgei of Yehupetx \ •', Vi women gossiping im the crossroads ol ttx:. unlike Jewish woim in the all. >s ol Kasruevke onh in his trimmin Sholem Aleichem Meaaohoni Mendel dafft from the Henarhcm Mendels" of the a (rn'ra n* nxsini)



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August 13. 1965 **/#> fkrH/tr Page 15-A MAYSHIE TRItDBtRG A PHILANTHROPIC FIXTURE 'Chofetz Chaim" Has Modern Eye On Israel Today es for newcomers, constructed factories, created miracles, Theso new Israelis are offering their lives, hearts and spirit to guarantee their future It is up to all A., Haydon Burns siqns inw Narcotics Bill provid• riminal penalties victed of scllinq minors as Rep. Shevin, the bill's dies or.. A retired Miami Beach electri dan is so deeply involved in the aflairs of the State of Israel that he buys new • paper adverti-in;: f o r which he pays out of his own pocket and which ho can Ill-afford. The ads urge readers to "Buy Israel Bonds. Support the Combined Jewish Appeal." mmmm "H e 1 p the Growth of t.he Land Through Jewish National Fund," and a variety of other pie..Mayshie Friedbarg, of 1769 Lenox Ave., has been wall compensated for his efforts. Everyone knows and loves him. They sea his battered auto with a variety of signs painted on it echoing sentimants of the newspaper ads be sponsors. The) see him on street comers, how, has never had the impact upof sl h(,| P ,ht guarantee have iami Housing Authority Appoints i to a Third Four-Year Term i haii man "t the %  • has been thn onsecu ive %  : th M %  '. K al Itornej lo tl • i %  %  and was named '960 Fine was chosen to on ma State Committee on i gee a-'d the following year •ent as a delegate by then Lf--,, Collins to attend the •e House Conference on tenure as chair man the Miami Housing Authority -.iw through pietion <>t ;i number >>t import | >jetta in the field "f public housin them was the Ji million, I; hen Km j High Towers, lern rwe complex for Income elder!) married and the lather j i ns. Temple Menorah Sisterhood in P1 e Menorah Sisterhood's •A ill be held at the %  Mrs I S human, ir \"i mand) Sh i it 8 p m. in restaurants and at a huge number Of community functions. distributlng literature for each of his many Israeli causes, and waiting for people to respond to his pleas Mayshie puts it simply: "It's not for me. It's for the Jewish people. It's for Israel." When Mayshie Friedberg recently read a banner headline declaring that war between Israel and Egypt's aggressive dictator. Carnal Abdel Nasser, "was inevitable." he raced through the city, declaring: "A collective Strength that would deter all aggressors is Israel Bonds, which have paid out $25 million last year to bondholders — and double that in 1065." Sometimes, his friends wonder why he sponsors advertising that urges support of l>rael. ,i personal expense he can not afford. Maj sine, b) w.i> of reply, whips i ut order blanks fi r bonds from people like Mr, .nid Mrs Brnesl Weiss, of W5 NE 126th St., and Pincus Gartner, of 825 Washington Ave "Here a; e ; %  rie." he laid, "w ho might i ot have been tapped without m> ads 'l hi re are others To crown his efforts, such Yiddish journals as the "Yiddisher Zeitung" write feature articles about him calling Friedberg "the modern Chofetz Chaim." But Miami Beach's Mayshie doesn't look at it that way. •I h .i v e leen the Holj I. emerge from .i sandy wasteland into :i fl >' li n 11 says "l have seen the poor, the bewild, red beati n uls, the Innot i victims of hate, the frightened rei ugees, .ill "i whom find a new rel .( rebirth in the land of om ancient fathers Freedom, someoil the average American who takes it for granted — not as it has affected me." Adds Mayshie: "Your Israel Bond purchase has built new housmeaning. 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. f strep tomycin. The award will be presented to the Vice President i>. Mrs. Herman Shulman, chairman uf Hadassah's Henrietta Si \ .•. ird Committee. Sharing ahe platform with Vtee President Humphrey will be New YorkGovernor Nelson A. Rocketeller Mrs Nathan I) Perlman. nat. al convention chairman, announced that another highlight of the convention will be the presentation to Hadassah of a special citation Horn Liberia's President William Y. S. Tubman In recognition of H.i da tab's contributions to the develi pment "t that country's health services. The Presidential citation will be presented to Hadassah at the convention's first evening plen ary session on Sunday. Aug 15, b; Continued on Pabe 2-B by ISABEL GRCVE >" • nee Kuppennan is back ng motor trip that took to •'., Catskill Mountains ,,;i alone w huh SBO say-, just love because It gives me to think and relax." Florence ,t • pped at the Woodmere. hon i "f her niece and neph• David Kleins, where abe for a while Then it WU the Bvana Hotel in Loch •he. folli wed b\ a visit Jennie tlrossinger at Jeni famous resort in Back in Gotham, visited the CRT offices and School, singularly a.' pri i. for ier particularly Florence ipresident of the si Florida Region ol the Ul in all. she \ weeks een al the Gr >ve Playhouse, ere Menaaha skuliuk ia "wowMiamiana the Norton and laid Pallets, Dr. Emanuel %  km and his lovely Clair. Bai l I and Howard Kat/en. and irlie and Rutli Jacobson Ir and Mrs Irving 1) Melker. 751 Fairway Dr. on a weekjaunt to Jamaica lying f ar ew el l to the common Rabbi and Mrs Morris HoroFoi merly assistant prin of the Hebrew Academy re. the) angoing to Washingi i>< where the RabM will id a similar school in the n i 's capital At the s.i %  e. h will be lecturing at Ner f- %  i Ral i inn al College in naai Baltimore. I s Karl, director >l the I of the N'ati mal Consni i i itiana and Jew lesota ,i ... l • Si ho i ml %  the n %  | Pk Vi .O"' neral manager of the Bis ayne %  Hi tel, h -'a al: i national lidenf of the Zionist Oi m/;iti n of America -mil %  comlioner on the J ei sej Citj inning Hoard .in Russia, rsch will be visiting his br thMichael s< hpoont, an. a n as in Kharkov, and sister, Rose hpoont, of Moscow it will K> be a regretful reminder thai didn't g| to see hid m more time She died in oruary in Khaikov at the 102 Their previous visit lather was in 1963. • • t's %  shopping spree tor Muriel lolph, ulterior designer, com log busineni with pleasure in iv York Also -i "welcome ie" far her daughter, Judi, back from its beautiful weeks in Europe Rabbi Irving Lehrman and his Belle lending postcards to friends from Switzerland Hen Essen and his Hazel dined Monday night with Sen and Mr-. Kdward Long, of Missouri, at King Arthurs Court, with son Richard Eaten joining them Sen Long here to conduct a wiretap hearing The %  aaSBM and I llgl are oldtune friends, having traveled Europe together mam ago Henry Gilbert and his family. touring Europe and Asia, writing to friends from Vienna about joint Distribution Committee work there Rabbi and Mrs H -• n j a m i n Hlech and daughters, Tamar Devra t. and Yae) / ma 2, vacationing at the Oasis Motel, after two weeks tound their family enlarged Jordana Tia made an early appearance on July 29 at \lt Sinai Hospital Raboi Blech'l spiritual leader of Young Israel of (Keanside in New Yark. • • • Al-o on the Stork Front: Jerry Lee Spector sreighed in Aug l at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital He's the son of Mr and Mrs. Morns (Bettei Spector. of 7741 SW 19th St. Grandparents Mr and Mrs Irving Spector, of 1082 SW l.'th s: and Mr and Mrs Harry Krdherg. of Birmingham, Ala Jerrv Lee, incident. ally, is the first baby oat of 16 preat-grandchildren to carry the Spector name All of whi< h ki Mr and Mrs S imuel i Pop it Miami, exi eedinglj fiapps Cheryl K but Marder L'l months has a new brother, Scott i i..r\ ej il I Sedan of kug. I Parents are Mr II d Mrs i 1 Marder, of 1710 SW 82nd PI ... Grandparent re Mr and Mrs I '.dip i Anni Abrams, who rushed I BI k from a jewelry buying trip in Gotham Town to attend the I ris and. incidentally, celebrate their :k>th wedding anniversary at the lame time, and Mrs. Bertha Marder Cot il Gables Maternal great-grandmother is Mrs Son:.i B r od a I, of Miami Beach Paternal great grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Sam Paw liger, of Cor.il Gables And Mark Richard has made a threesome for Mr and Mrs. Al Rhoda Gad >!. of 8301 SW 18th He was born Aug. 4 at Mercy Hospital Grandparents are \ir an I "' • Samuel Abram >wits, oi i3 NW nth Ave.. and Mr and Mrs Morns C.adol. of 4400 SW llath Ave. onv sizv fits all! TEXTVKED STililTiU ST0CMUXGS with a kicky new look HONEY HI cable stitch knee-hi .n creslan, nylon White %  charcoal, beige, black, gold. Oxford grey, wine, moss green, loden green blue, camel in group Felice M HIGHLAND LASS heather knee-hi of wool and s-retch nylon All over cable stitch Oatmeal, beige, grey, rose, blue mist celery, topaz in group. Felice 2 GIANT HOUND'S TOOTH knee-hi combination of orlon acrylic and stretch nylon. Black white, blue gold, loden blue, camel/white, fiery gold in group. Adler $2 CHEQUER over-the-snee windowpane pattern Brass blue grey navy, grey burgundy, bright blue kelly, wheat tobacco, camel light blue in group. Felice S3 PAISLEY over-the-knee Whi*e blue, and red, loden wirl A Ile and blue in group Adler $3 hM e'v"eet floor. DOWNTOWN MIAMI la' all 6 Burdme'j noresl



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?:ge 2-B +Je1st fkrkA&r Friday. August 13, lg J By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Burdine's Exec Has Happy Life them Whit she work* „ terpretinj! the neednd fp. of her business av-nciates findii.-' sortition* and etas more *ood leelinnjn j MNM !rwa Klein is he esec-ti • *• \ I ) ;.-.: she was plucked out | • %  S.tit loatt where BBC hi p %  one to schoc: ir.i aecjo*r> *rknce ir merchant ttsunsag BSVfBraai il B-aness a: tkc Harvard %  %  • 4lyoys A/b/frofe • %  %  %  • i to think %  MISS IRMA KLEIN t challenging iob ... con in \ th 5 ex%  rise apart*:eot huiWino o the Beach. sB* anus* adapt depart -.he >tore to met-: --. demand* She must departments. In evaeriL the store reflect* the _ir,_ -tructure of Miami Women os 4sse* ire social fa P" k -..oi our %  • •-••;. n :, •-.-.* of th. nacfrelor-siri'" for hen is not a cool • haa %  or %  r>e":e fracas) nt of :r Bg I I i i I •e >n Miami when overtook tl ay and li Hadassah Conference in New \ ork Continued from Page 1-B Nathan Bar-• •: an-.:.' e United Nations. MrPerlman -aid that the Aug. plenary will • special emp %  i Internal Co u :. Vi ar. celebrating the %  • of the founding ...--ah ;• accredited to the United Nations .a non-governmental organia. ipal speakers that evenin? be the H n Harlan Clevi u mted States Amhass idoi to :>sador Michael I ennaneat representative %  Israel to the IMl Amr i eland will peacean in-trument. li i JaatiaJ ad major problems facing Jew* i the United State* ar. I abrw is -ession. >.H greet the Hadassafa delegates Principal speakers M o n d a y night. A Ig. 10. will oe John F Henr.ing. US Under Secretary of Labor, and Dr. Kalman J Mann, director general of the Hada*sah Medk Organization in [sr i The session will be devoted to a discussion of the impact of "The Great S4ciety" on the United Stat<-and the world. O'.h-i mention speakers \ril! she Kol, world head of international child which HaMpportfng n the '. raharn in. (sraefs repri the I Board ol L'.Nl EF % %  • 1 I. K • exi %  I Or Armount i and I GREATEST VALUE EVER! POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT • COMPLETE DINNER • DANCING • AUTHENTIC HAWAIIAN REVUE 95 LEISURELY DINING FROM 5 P.M. COMnm AANOUfr fAC/liruS RfKi.tiicm — MlAv. 1| ; .-L;I A ;;O '"1-242' IN HAllAsr/ t CM V : t BlicAYNf BlVD SHOW I DANCING FROM 10 • THE SUSAN SIMI TRK> Robin Hood, atna FOR E STjJllilGE J OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Mon. Th... Sal. 11-33 a m. to 2 a m Sunday from 4 p.m. to 2 am COCKTA LS F-oSic 4 to • Mot 4. Cola Mor O'o.u. Rosenratioai 371-2*21 Riscaynt 81,d 0 t N.E. 36th St. GIVt TMf PRICELESS CFT A LITTLE OF YOURSELF BE A UNITED FUND VOLUNTEER CALL 377-8311 Beach There's nothing more ex c-mr.: than wakins up in the morning to *un and sun every morning Miami is clean and uveK Even old people here are active and vital Tnere's just nothing about Miami I don't like Miss Klein* one lament was that she ha* no time for oruan iration or charity work. "Weaaea ahoadd e\pre th-m >elwwith others" she said ThereK) -nuch to be done \, |, oonatanl there'ant^^^ asnect M life Hi y,ar. bTsai KW-in finds 0*oi fttl'mgs • • an*Sj aha aber\ed *• rh %  KOSHER HOT MRRSEILLtS 0>ty ^w^-r^n OouMeOccue 2SOf 116 ooous U StWl 1 lnrfutlea MOOWED AMERICAN PUN NH hreakfatt aad atwic t<-v FtCE 21" TV M EACH ROW fataaMf *wl p— l W< hot RESERVE NOW PORJ HIGH HOLIDAYS C Ah TOH <0-> .. OFFiCiATlSC OUR SVNACC CALL. H 571l Oceanfront at 17t k St MIAMI BtACM '. Dr Judah J Shapii 'xecutive • rf ahe SataonaJ Foundation ISO Cirtture I)r Mann. Mr KK uid l>r l>a\iare >->" to ;hUnited State* • %  -to participate in the Had..wh inn \entkn. Former national presidentof rladassah to adress invention onuill be MrRose L Halprm. chairrnan iA the E lucation and Department of Jewish Ajency for Israel-American Secti >n Dr afJrlam K Freund, natioiial chairman for Zionist Affair-. MrSu-.fri. i Kr..:narsky, na'ional chairman of the Hadassah Medical Organization Mrs M oses F a. Lrarsori with "Hei and Mrs Itotn-rt • -. for Orientation ol : Membi Till : -. IB • '. \' 12 mont'i%  rer ims wiU bo gnen b> MrI;-. %  lard Lusterman national i man for Youth Alivah. MrD Leoi aa, national chairman foi il Edueal Mrs Harry p Fierst, national chairman for Jewish National Fund. Reports on Hada--ah BCttritiei in the United States will be presented by Ifrs. liigh Salpeter. national chairman for membership, Mrs Israel Nudan. fund-raiMng coordinator; Mrs Saul Katz. national chairman for or„aruiation and co-chairman of the conu-ntion; Mrs. .vjlonion C.elfand. national chairman for American Affairs; Sirs. Edward H Lewis, national chairman for education; Mr>. Carl Spector. national chairman for prosi am. MrMan in Senter. national chairman for Junior lladassah; and MrMorris Handler, national chairman for youth ICtlvttatS. Olo&ondio | ^ ~ yumr% !• Smorgasbord BANQUETS! RECEPTIONS! Acceatmedo'iens for vs to 300 ssnatB. f09 itrorwiON PNOttT MU 1-9301 ^A^^V**S^NA^A^W*N^^ GRANADA HOTEL 1017 Mpritfian *e Ntiaa! Beach Open Tear 'Htnn4 Attractivt Seas** A ftorly Betrt (•t-^VVyW>' MORRIS 4. RUTH URtHR Catering for All Occasions HAKRY ZUCKfRMAN t$tM,%tic4 ,m i94S •ft A* art m '# %  aV* FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. r>AKKIN& FACILITIES .1-391? 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Lay. Au aust 13 1965 +Je*l*t> IhrHlmr Paae 3-3 Cooking Corner Mildred G. Bellin jrhen. ••: your m,,jU ,ecm sunk |,|„. dl .i:nimol monotony, you n resoui them quickly and easily It," dishes of spiritedlamb kps The word -spirited is put L, quotation marks because, even L,..h it, dishei are lively, glowL B nd piquant, the lecret of their pi,,,.,, is really •spirits." Spirfma) i ghostly wraiths, but the r ,u is also used to denote alcohol. Ibeveraees, and thai is Jhe way l ; meant here tonkin* with M. liqueurs, brandy, and whis, is a < %  lightful means of adding i and elegance to all sorts of, idath Yeshurun icks Rabbi Stone tabbi Samuel K. Stone is the >[\.!. ted spiritual leader of mple %dath Yeshurun. 1025 NE jmi <.. rdens Dc He will compice his services on Saturday offi< ate at the Bar Mitzvah fernonii • ol Scott, -on of Mr. and K Josi ph Davis, >nd Richard, of Mi and Mrs Ralph Cohn. j n is .i graduate of the Ever Theological Seminary of |;.i'i am the Hebrew University I He also did graduate |rk al v olumbia University in ini.ili-: and public relations I He h.s served at ipiritual \adtr c* rh Jewish communiH of Greenwood, Mess., OntarCalifemia and Laredo, Tax., nd is known for his modern it* rpretat.ons of Holy Scriptures Jewish customs and tralions e has been active in : r;\ lc ill lira i>f the I A :: ,T\ >il. and | of several i sv chapMs m making extensive plans enlarging the membership of Ti and organizing a well| | rogram >i avt i\ iti-s in Held I religious educational |ii socii endea' mo Miller Circle i • i %  en "f fun is ofd ii oehaH A h tspitalized Ipplecl children in the Harrj In.i i h e n's ii >me in UmatilVnna Miller Circle ines pub i suppoi • i: t rard partj the & Lodge r30 West Ave Tucs V: 'A it 7:30 p.m. foods. Many such dishes are quite elaborate, but an equal number are II r.isy that with "spirits" we can become jiffy gourmet! Here are two such recipes which combine kosher cherry wine or apricot liquer with that other favorite for quick meals, broiled lamb (hops Each of the recipes includes a sweet touch, a jam or jelly, which blends with the tang of the "spirits" for even better flavor. Merely by brushing and cooking economy shoulder lamb chops with a fine sauce, with a minimum of preparation the meat becomes tru Judge friedman to Speak Judge Milton A. Friedman, who recently attended the B'nai B'nth international convention in Israel, will speak before the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith l.odge at its luncheon at the DiLido Hotel on Tuesday noon. His subject will be "Impressions of Israel." Zalises to Mark 44th Anniversary Mr and Mn Joe Zalis will celebrate their 44th wedding anniversary with a Kldduab this Saturday morning. 9 a m at Beth El Congregation, f which Mr /.illla president The anniversary event will also honor Kabbi and Mrs Solomon Sohiff on th.-ir safe return from vacation. Services and Kidduafa will be held in Dora August Hall. The regular sanctuarj is currently undergo Ing extensive refurbishing, which will be completed in time for Selichot Renovation Includes new ceiling and painting, as well as many ad i ditional features for member com fort ly luxurious as well as new in taste Shoulder lamb (hops contain more nie.it than the rib chops, but individual cutdo vary in size and in the amount ot waste on each Those .it least one inch thick are generally considered an Individual portion When the chops %  re CUt less than an inch thick, one Of two are allowed for each portion, depending on the amount of meat on each, and the appetite of the diner Lamb chops are considered to be at their best when broiled until not completely welldone and a trace of pink still remains However, this is a matter of preference, and you may prepare them to suit your own and your family's taste. Both these dishes may be prepared outdoors as well as in the kitchen, and are fine additions to our list of barbecue suggestions. Lamb Chops with Strawberry Glale 4 portions shoulder lamb chops, l' inches thick 14 teaspoon salt l i cup strawberry jam or preserves 1 teaspoon ground cinamon V4 cup concentrated frozen orange juice (thawed and undiluted ) 2 tablespoons apricot liquer Trim all excess fat from the chops To prevent them from curling as they broil, make slashes along the outer edge of each chop one inch apart and M inch deep Sprinkle the chops with '* teaspoon of the salt. Combine the remaining salt with the strawberry jam or preserves, the cinnamon, undiluted orange juice, and apricot liquer Brush the ihops on all sides with some of this mixture, and broil them until they are as welldone as you like them. Just before they are ready, spread more of the te mixture generously over the top and broil for one half minute. If there is any remaining glaze serve II with the chops as a relish. This amount serves 4 Currant-Glazed Lamb Chops 4 or S portions shoulder lamb chops 1' tablespoons Kosher cherry w ine Cup currant jelly 2 teaspoons prepared must ird l teaspoon Worcestershire sauce la teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon boiling water Have the chops cut about i inch thick, and have t.he butcher trim away all but a thin layer of fat To prevent the chops from curling as they broil, make slashes along the outer edge of each chop one inch apart and '* inch deep. In a small saucepan combine the wine, jelly, mustard. Worcestershire sauce, and salt. Bring to a boil, then stir until the jelly is melted and blend with the other ingredients. Remove from the heat. Place the chops on the rack of a broiler and brush the top of each chop with some of the sauce. Broil until nicely browned on top. then turn over. Pour the remaining sauce evenly over the chops and continue broiling to the desired degree of doneness. Place the chops on a heated platter. Stir the boiling water into the sauce which dripped into the bottom of the broiling pan, nnd pour this over the chops. This amount serves 4 to 5. NOTE: in both recipes, the chops should be made kosher before they are cooked. Beth Torah Camp Ends Season Amidst shouts of "shakun," lee you next year" and "we had s • time," the s ii m mor Day Camp program Of Beth Torah I gregation came to a close Friday afternoon. Highlights of the camp program included a rousing music show based on "Mary 1'oppins." an overnight trip by teenagers to Key Biscayne, and field day with Temple Menorah. Directing the camp was Ken Donner and his staff of counselors including: Kindergarten. Mrs. Janet Marshall. Sydel Sokuvitz. Judy Weisblatt. Nursery. Mrs. Rosalie Hirschberg, Lois Herman. Boys and Girls I. Len Taylor, Naomi Klein, Ellen Schorr. Boys 2. .Michael Ross. Jeff Raymond. Alan Taylor. Boys 3, Bob Harris, Jerry Tornstein, Lee (.oldberg. Boys 4 and 5. Maury Schaps, Bill Diamnd. Steve Wolk Boys 6. Fred Edelson, Oren Harari Girls 2 and 3. Diana Bonilla, Phyllis Googel. Girls 4 and 5. Mrs. Ruth Plante. Linda Kaufman. Brandee Furman. Girls 6. Deborah Brower. Margie Deutsch. Teenage, Mrs. Joan Cohen, Steve Leb, Jacques Wnhlfarth. Pool. Al Matracht. Doreen Weitz Miss Eileen Danto served as camp secretary. \ FREE FREE FREE JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIFUL MORRISOiVSCHIFF JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR PICASi MAIL JO THf NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS CO. No. 1 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. FOR A TASTE TREAT TRY OUR TJSBMT BANK F OUTS rr KOSHERLICIOUS Sour Cream and berries? Summer meals taste brighter with iced Tetley Tea! TETLEY -i Make lead tea as* with Instant Tetley Tea-bright and bracing is the finest tea should be! Also jsailuble with Lemon Flavor or Sugjr and Lemon Flat >r. 0F.SIGNATED OFFICIAL It* N V. WOULD S FAIR on the package meant Kothtr. Certified other and Farvt by Raobi Jacuo Cohen New unsalted Mazola Margarine now certified Kosher and Parve. Stf T %  r*o„n*t*c i I M w %  najsj sr-xTrn?iii Mazola, Margarine This means you can use Sweet Insalted Mazola with either mikhig or fleishig dishes. There are 4 more important reasons why you should buy new Insalted Mazola Margarine. 1. it contains I 10 the sodium ol other sweet unsalted margarines 2. It's the onl) sweet margarine that contains pure liquid Mazola t orn Oil 3. It's the only unsalted margarine that won't bum .it normal frying temperature 4. You'll linJ both unsalted and regular, lightly-salted Mazola Margarine in \our grocer's dairj case.



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Faqe 4-B +Jtnistfkrimr Friday, August 13 ... &4bout ifieople an d i r laces ... FIRST IN LINE Charlie Brown wa* first, with Marvin Bl and rus son. Michael second and thirv when v went to the airport to welcth e a >men of the family. Barbara and daughter Jud>. from a wonderful vacation in New York CIlJ • • • WHAT A CENTERPIECE The centerpiece was fantastic, all made or cards with hands of canasta and a >i^n. "Hi Anniversary.*' made of hearts. The table arr n en;were done in red and white to rr .1 Room in the Fontainbleau Hotel. Dr M •-. Kurt Pei^er entertained at a small dinner parfi in honor of Grace and .\lbert Seiden's 37th anniversary. It was a gala evening, with Grace a: d Al dancing to the Anniversary Waltz. Later. x\ ey v ent up to the card room to carry out the nf 1*W centerpiece AW.omj guest* were Binand Dave Ba-> and Idabelle and Milford PurCaryl and Ronald Seiden presented their : kwith a white and silver-wrapped present i-h said -meow when opened. It was a lovel> cr. a mpagnt-colored Persian kitten which I" a ball of angora wool. The Seiden grandDebbie and Frank, arrived from Xashv %  • y. hile their parent>. Mimsye and L-or. Kay. wrh their older offspring, lack and to Ireland, the fir-t >top on their F T'-pern tour _. • • • fcOOOEN SHOES GO CLACKITY CLACK Charlotte I Mrs Buddy Halpert left to meet %  on Le.-lu ifl Am.-terdam. where he has been amending school, taking a business ad minis tration UWUL. Together they are going to tour trie eminent. Buddy is staying at home recover from making the trophie> f.>r Mi-L'niveree. T • re certainly were a lot of them. i NEWS OF THE MOMENT They brought out the orchid centerpieces at the Runey Plaza when the Variety Children "s pftal Committee gave a summer luncheon. .' Judge Henry Balaban was given a life membership in I ner ununn. ,,d Melniker. Mrs ilurraj Friedman. Mrs Came Rosen, Sirs, B< W< %  • *" H <' nr > I Sr. and MrOxeD Jr. MY SON THE VICE PRESIDENT Bane) Farr ctai boaae for dinner and toil mother and tntner, Myrn and Aaron, that he had been elected vice president of the building In srhich he had tx-iaht a condominium Harveys stiU a bachelor — and a very eligible one EATING, SLEEPING, DRINKING SPANISH Ellen Zank is in a whirl in Bueno> Aires Sie s visiting friends, gome to school, and Siting drinking and Spam>h She saw a Raeby h and couktal underhand all the fightins over a ball that looked like a football She at*) had to buv a heavy coat — it's 27 tjegn • "-• %  re. and that's cold for a Flondian. Ellen has disco* e art of shopping and the value oi the American dollar, much to the delight of her ther, Nu-u. and the regret of her father, Mai Brother SI -n't time for an) such nonsense; ith the tennis tournament, still chuckling over the !ate>t letter signed -Your hter of the world." • • FLAT TOP Looking is cut* as .. button, leisurely meanderine into the department store to buy athtes was Shirley Heiman in shorts and a white blouse. Her hair was fixed a new way She said her hu>ban. Sam. calls her 'flat top." THEY'RE HOME Goldie and Louis Cohen ,>re home from thei' vacation, and already Goldie's shoes are click Lni o-he ru-hoabout Lou -old his building, but he'll find it hard not to make like a landlord Whenever our fuse* blow out. we're going to call him anyway — Frances Lehman Miami Hadassal. Delegates Listed For New York Annual national convention of H, lassah is being held fn-m 6 d„v throueh next #ednetay at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New Tost Cit> Hada^ah t the worMlarge* m-n Zioni-t .^ganization. and are expected from every -ute in the union, at well a> Puerto Rico Among thoe attending from Mi ami are MrGerald Solt/ pi drnt of the Florida Region and Mrs Mas 9wrU pretident of the Miami Chapter > j s) a t. Wn the Miami Chanter are I • M< sdai gteinherg Philip Fine. George Kfrtzman MnxwHl Wetsberj Lonis IClntor "Jathan lYorsky. Max Ctwrvts. Fphriam Collins Albeit Dobbin Louis Goldman and Anne Pa t ''.or Beth Tov Regisfrofion Registration for 1! • lav School at Tempi. K13S SAN 8th St will |„ Aug. IV and continue Aug 9, from 10 am under the direction of Rabbi fa Z Glickman. Cantor Vigoda Training Choir At Cohen Temple itor Samuel Vigoda was rethe Jacob C Cohen Community i -. %  aged as official cantor of Synagogue SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Mian's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parking on premises. For groups from 15 to 1500...superb cuisine ..fine wines, experienced, personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379-8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI Cantor Vigoda "ill assume hiposition with the Selichot eerikes officiate throughout the High Holiday and Suceoth service*, fit will render the musical portions of the liturgy throughout the winter season, both at late Friday nLjpht f'-rums and Sabbath morning >o no>* ia^r nt banquet, feitlmonlol dlrngr or w.dd.ng port/ YOUBS EXClUSIVflY in lh •..go-c of CHANDLERS SU8FSIDE (formerly Maium'i). Caterin. Manaytf JE 8-0523. Democratic Club Meets Wednesday Democratic Club of Miami Beach v^ill meet in a session open to the public on Wednesday. 8 p m.. at the Sea Isle Hotel Executive life president. Wally Cluck, will act as moderator of the program on "Topics of the DaySlated are Criminal Court Jud-e Jack Falk. on "Our Judicial S>tem;" Dade Rep Kenneth liters '•n The >5 LeEislature;" Prof Andre Bialolenki. on ••Tlie United Nations in Regard to Viet Nam;" and Michael Soxin. on "The Law "1 Medicare Pythians Send Youth To Camp Ten Kniuhts of Pvtr. J S U^,i in Dade County ar-. -ervint younrsterto Canip o^ (or tw<> we-ks start ir_: \ ; j Last year the Knishu f prfl^ raisehed h> the P>tt... Lo-jgl and Si-terhof>dr M ^ki.. Folk School Now Registering David Pinslti Folk School. 842 hingtotn Ave announc-ethat registration is now in progress for the coming school year men [our afternoon.a week, and on Sunday from U) to r tlH Itwty of Hebrew. Yid Jewiall hi.-tory traditions, lit. developments of thState of Israel, Jewish and Hebrew songs Jewish current events, and the eel ebration of Sabbath and holidavRejistrationis now open lor boys and girl* from age 6 up Laiur La-avin is principal of the school Max B. Attar is president B. nard Furman is co-chairman and Mendel Chomiu. cultural chair man Have triaat Business Meeting. Banquet, or 4 You'll find complete fociTitles to e*octly sonify your needs in the Kisme', Ataddm, Scheheraiode cd Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party! lor miormiMoni HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 aMttt SI. Coll In. Ave Comes to the aid of the Party &f//trr/ > ^fr/rrff/ Stffiftr* Masterfully prepared cuisine and magnificent atmosphero •• combined to make any size function—from an intimate reception to Hti big wedding of the season — a brilliant auccest! Every dels is faultlessly attended to by t • e-pei-.ea and ded :a'.e4 staff. 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Lay. August 13, 1965^ +Jewisi) tier Mian Page 5 3 1 J r* 1 *^ger^el L c "?j Lv^JH %  %  ; P ^% / ./AJT; j IT f ••• — — 1.1 Council of Jewish Women Appoint Mrs. Fair National Campaign Chief qala reception and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new ore oi Norton Tire Company in West Palm Beach was atmied by Mayor Fred Easely. of West Palm Beach, and kany other public officials. Hostesses at the grand open\c were (left to right) Mrs. Norton Pallot. whose husband is pmpcmy president. Mrs. Ronald Orr. Mrs. Ronald Pallot and Irs Howard Katien. The Miami-based organization was L:nded by Louis Pallot in 1924 and is presently one of the Stion's largest B. F. Goodrich ti re dealers [da+h Yeshurun Plans School Year mplf Adath Yeshurun Rcli** tool '• % %  >been reorganized ebiWren ;in intensive cur ... 'hi school year 1965-66 -ehool i under the mm > niuel K Stone and | Nathan Stern i ,xperti m e1 'ducat hubeen principal of large schools in Chicago and Lo> Angeles. A Staff of competent teachers has hcen engaged for the Hebrew and Sunday schools Registration la now open t r children from age 7 and up 1" charge of Nursery and Kindi : itarten rej Istration is diMrs Harriet Levin. Mrs Aaron Farr, a national board member of National Council of Jewish Women, has just been appointed national c a m p a I g n chairman of the National Council of Jewish Women by the president of the organisation, Mrs. Joseph Willen. of New York. Mrs. Parr previously served as vice chairman of the committee, which includes membership and tvaya and means. Mrs Farr has R>ng been active in the affairs of National Council of Jewish Women, having served on the local level as president of the Greater Miami Section, chairman of the .sections campaign for Hebrew University High School (which was FSU Bowl Rim Will be Shown Florida State University C.ator Bowl color film will be shown at the Miami Shores Country Club on Friday. 7:30 p.m. Vaughn Mancha. athletic director ol Florida Slate I'liivcrsity. will discuss the FSC athletic program following presentation of the film Hum school coaches and are.i sports writers will be guests Councilman David Kennedy and Mrs Andre S. Bialolcnki are BI M ident ami vice president, respectivelv. of the local alumni chapter C *ll •••••••• • ••••• Congratulations in order? Then go no lurther! Our expert catering itulf /.ill arrange your party right down to trie last silver ashtray. Engagements, J weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthdays — deserve our very special handling. Parties from 25 to 500 Call Morris Waldman JE i-5731 far an appointment. / He'll ba happy to discuss your plans. N No obligation, of course. %  f aldman OlETMIV LAWS STRICTLY OSSCMVU HOin, recently built by NCJW in Jerutali in i, and was the loundi i of the lirst Council Thrift Shop in Miami. She also served as president of the Southern Interstate Regional, one of the regions of the national organization Mrs. Farr has served at campaign chairman of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Miami Beach chairman of the Good Neighbor Division of the I nited Fund, president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and liroward Counties, president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. a founder vice president of Iirandeis University Women 'a Committee, and of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary. She is currently serving as one of the three co-chairmen of Uie Executive Committee of the Florida Women's Division of the National Conference of Christians and Jews and on the Executive MRS. AARON fASR Committee of the Greater Mlai Chapter of the American Jewi> Committee, as well as treasurer the new llomemaker Service Dade Count> Mrs. Fair is included in the \'i< edition of "Who s Who in Wor Jewry." Temple Beth Am Now Registering Temple Beth Am is now i %  s for Ri : gii us Si I and riebn w School. Classes will be upon ful tration. S i irestricted to .i maximum l -Indents. i or the firs! time, Beth Am will h .i v e confirmation class i UKh e i on Saturday and Sunday mornings. This means that parents ma) register all children, from Kindergarten through 10th grade on either Saturdaj or Sunday. Hebrew School is held on Monday and Wednesday afternoons with the Bar Mil.' .ill classes beiag taught on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Rabbi Dr Herbert II Baumgard, spiritual leader, said Wednesday "thai the e for .: child to enter Hebrew School %  eighl years. A minimum of three v. ars .i Hebrew School irequired for Bar Mitzvah. In order for 8 child to t> at Beth Am, he must per m all oi the requirements "t the Inth, and 101 %  • as ,i minimum,'' Rabbi Baumgard : | Qrmation ithe most nil %  • -iaduati a mi ,i Jew ish child." j: ,i.-'r;ii,( M is also being taken [or t li P Buraery kindi i garten pcogram. which is under the superv ision ol MrMarshall fiol hblatt. i hUdren from three j i ars of i at i epted. THE BIS CA YMB TERRACE 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHEtf TOT STARS AND HtAVIN JOIN YOUR FtJTIVITIfS" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWIY DECORATED STAKM4.HT HAM ItOOM SEATING IP TC 300 ic WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS • BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS if LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS CATERING Slrictfy Kosher Foclflftei Avoilnhle Under Supervision of RABBI TIB0R H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Yuban Awards Cruise OR Shalom An active New Ji rsey c upli v innj pi recent Yuban Coffee Shalom Sweepstakes Mr. and Mrs Mfaerl Cohen I \\e-i Iran ;atc. J For complete dttoilr. please call Mr. David Kovae, Director of Food and Vrverat* Doral Beach HoUl and Country Club ^T JE 2-3600 %  alB MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are unequalled in tbe'r profession. 1 Ther are ftt diLido'J catering staff. They will make a success of any party... a wadding... a Bar MiUvah*... a business ,-aa. meeting or a social luncheon. They will fsetve from 20 to 1000 diner* with fine food expertly prepared In the oilido's newly decorated CotiUion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Cell Mr. Tekhner et JElfenon 84811 for tha best function you've ever had! ailii anew* A aukm rmiir *r*w*— DCtA ifhdhl, tiiiuii -tnut uhu iihtum "O"" UaU __



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+ kl*tncrWr ;s*. 13 ?"* : 3 HOSE WOVAN OF THE WEEK yean i She gave up hme her mother in iU from the I %  bad to keep house and help three brothers Maybe that boy HeCat German tradil that have the ben of everything, also th' .Id learn sewing, as well as cooking and milRose was married at the age of twenty to Julian I dorff an artist He had a syndicated COT.X ttrl| calied 'Oilie of the movies, which ran in the New York Sun for years. He also did a series. 'The Spirit of the Dance." which was reproduced and acted in the movies Fifteen years ago. the Ollendorffs moved to Miami, and for thirteen of thes* years. Rose habeen a widow Rose became interested in the United Order of True Sisters many years aao She was brought into the organization by her mother in-law and became president of her lodee in Brooklyn in 1926 It is traditional in True Sisters "to bring in" one's daughter. Rose's daughter Muriel, is also a True Sister Muriel is married to Emmet Hyman. and they had a large chain of supermarkets in Havana When Castro came into power, they were wiped out. He took not only then business but their personal effects as well. including Muriel's father's paintings and thtir furniture which, they understand, has since been sent to Russia Now. Emmet and Muriel live in Mexico City where they again have supermarkets. They are also consultants for Mjpermarkets in Spain and Itah When Rose came to Miami, she formed the Greater Miami Circle, which consists of True Sisters from lodges throughout the country now living here. She also helped found Miami 43 of the Order, and Rose has been presid-nt of the Circle since its inception. She tried to resign at the end of five, ten and fifteen years, but no one would accept Next year, however, will definitely see her P nation as president — but not the conclusion to her d> \oted work The United Order of True Sisters makes all of the bandages for the American Cancer SocieU Establishing a room at Variety Children's Hospital. giving money for scholarships to the NurseAsso< lation. •ind money for a cancer grant at Mount Sinai Hospital are also included in their projects "1 have no hobbies, just my work in True Sister-." Rose. Life is different when you live alone i plays cards twice a week goes to concerts watches televisioi i -pecially educational Ch. 2. and is alwaj. bus) with some phase of her organizational endeavor Rose has proved she's a real True Sister. FOR YOUR PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! PARTY TENTS COLORFUL rUHIONAUT KSIGHEO. AUOtTEl SIZES Chafes •Tebta T*W LU.M CMM Sil'M VMttrvtfQ i rvyt Can** Urn %  Ian Dc Flwn Ptrtonalized Servic* RENTALS a T TMt WVKt M TUB" Wmkmm 633 3211 •790 N.W. asth AVIv MIAMI 42, HA. nlili i|\S %  :" jp^a^ %  %^ Mi mi *eh OHH 7 AM. 9 PM. Umt Dmy Unit* Nertr An fjan Caere* Miss Friedmcn Becomes Bride Of Charles Stein • Of %  %  %  • %  Vetta S • Br Dubbin. Linda Greenberg -rui Suh/eranan The bride wore a traditional white peau de I th neon lace Maid and matron ol honor and bridesmaids won jth, aqua crepe sheaths with na sleeves. Best man was Theodore Stuzin. cousin of the groom Ushers were Roben Cole. Howard Ereidin. Harris Friedman. Robert Hauser. Lar ry Kline, and James Stuzin The bnde is a graduate of Coral Gables High School and the University of Miami, where she graduated cum laude with an AB degree in English. She is a member of Orar. ft Key, leader-hip honorary; Alpha Lambda Delta, scholarship honorary'and Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. She also attended Sophie Ntucomb College of Tulane In; Mr Stuzin graduated from Coral Gables High School and the University of Florida with a degree Ji -'i m v • MtS. CMAttfS STUZIN in accounting, where he was a member of VarsitJ Debate and dent of Alpha EptUon Pi, so cial fraternity He i> now a junior at the University of Miami Law School and is a member of Phi Del :a 1'hi legal fraternity Reception % %  Uowed at the Diplomal Country Club The couple then flew to St Thomas and will cm I on to Puerto Rico for their h • moon. On their return the) will ..,• their home at 6448 W PI .. r S Miami Swartz, Winn Live in Miami Susan Judith Winn and David F.arle Swartz were married Julj 15 in the Ota Sholom Synago Cbester, Pa. The brioV ithe daughter <>f Mrs Paul Winn. Walhngford, Pa and the late Dr I'aul Winn. She was graduated from Nether Providence High School and Attended Harcu.-n Junior College Brwi MawT. Pa. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Max Swartz, .ti") Granada Blvd Coral Gables He Is a graduate <>f the Leai School Miami Beach, ami attend i-d the University of Mumi After a wedding trip to Jamaii s, they are residing in Miami Rosen, Lyons Exchange Vows! s was married M< • Mr Ronald Char: Mr and \irBaj Harbour Is] Th" ktremai and was %  Th<' bricic by hi man. lisU .si the -: %  *„, tron of bonor Miss l*rg wa* maid of hoi SOU ||tt the Sandi ftosen. bridegroom. Jill Sam', Sandier Mr Jack Rosen, ui bridegroom, was best • ware Robert Lvons. bi bride, l-awrence Cohen Lat Heyman and Paul \. Mrs Rosen was gra WOBM "'-College ol t\ of Pennaytvaasa, c Mr Rosen, a graduate i.ington school. 1st at) Wharton Sc hoc 1 of 1 Commerce of the I Prnnsvlvania DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT I HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 VI! ROMAtO tOSt* JWV Night Club Wife West Mi ... Post md AuxiliaryJewish Wai Veterans will hold J Night Club Site on Aug 21 at the Carillon Hotel in charge of reservations is Mrs Muhael Marks President is Mr' jti>ph Achtman. zander of the post is Arthur Rosen HEBREW NEW YEAR CARDS Commercial • f raternol • Political PRINTING and OFFSET in ENGLISH YIDDISH NUIEW SPANISH Seeciofiiiaa in Bar Mifivaa A Wearing fnvitefieas Unn Sh.p Parness Press 437 SW. 17th Aveee*. Miei FR 9-8235 LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING C0ajTACT/MC • KiPAUIMG IStrvmg Doat Ceaatv 0lr JS Ttar 11111 S.W. 14th ST. HI MfM It's Here! — A New Strictly KOSHER DELICATESSEN flATUtlUG THl HNIS1 HOMEMADE CHICKENS. MATZO BAIL SOUP KISHKA, STUFFED DERMA, STUFFED CABBAGE MEAT BALLS. POTATO PANCAKES AND KASHA d E NOVA LOX BELLY LOX HOMEMADE GEFILTE FISH U lb. .",K lb. If WEEKEND SPECIALS! 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: August 13. 1965 *Jenlstntridrirr Page 7-B wm^mm mam Finkelstcins Tel! Evelyn's Troth Mr sad Mrs ( larlea il Gablei and Fin Island. N \ anm unc the ei .1 meat of [heir daughter, Miss Evelyn Kuth Finkebtein, to Jf Mr and Mrs l.eo S. rUrschhorn, of Pegout Dr 1.i-t Ndru u'.k. ('.inn Mia Finkelstein is a senior at the University of Wisconsin, studyIDMCh therapy Mr. Hishchhorn graduated from the Unlver* i'ty of Connecticut with a HA di i • and is entering hit aecon year <>f law at the University of A -cinsin. lie waa president <>f I'hi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, aa well aa the I'nited Students Aaaociation. Along with holding a number of club memberships. Mr. Hirschhorn has been honored for his numerous actli ries on campus and his role in Student leadership. A'.i nT-Khn mm. MM JCMWIOOCK iber+a Pelzner. leter Schwedock larried Here hiss RoberOn Pelzner became Peter Schwedock in H 80 bock wedding rites on Sunday. 8. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Richard Marcovitx ofpating. i< bride is the daughter of Mr. MrHoward N. Pelzner. 1982 • I Rd The grOOnVa parents \lr and MrLouis Schwedock, I960 NF 167th St Maid Of honor was Mi-> Janice with Mrs. Bonnie Lcvinc my as matron of honor. Dana r:naii was (lower glrL e Kifkin bodice, elbow-length sleeves th ruffle, and scooped neckline ii controlled front skirt terminal into a flowing chapel train fr matching lace camelot headfece had a triple tier of French The bride attended the Universiof Florida and i s %  graduate the University of Miami, with a 11 in education she plans to |ach in M i a m i. Her sorority is rlta Phi Epsilon. |.Mr Schwedock attended the I'nikrsit) of Florida and la i graduate the University of Miami. He will pter law ichooi in September He a member of Sigma Delta Chi, Indent professions] journalism iriety, and Alpha Delta Sigma, Ivertising fraternity. {Reception and dinner followed the Dupont Plaza After a hon pnu-on in J.unaua. the couple will i>\ home in North Miami. MISS tVtlYN HNKtlSTUN Small, Schor Say Vows Here After a honeymoon trip to Puerto Rico. Mr and Mrs. Louis I. Small will live in Philadelphia. Pa The former Phyllis M. Schor and her groom exchanged wedding vows on Sunday. Aug. 9. 7 p.m.. at the Diplomat Country Club, with Rabbi Max Iapschitz officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Al Schor. 1664 NE 158th St.. No Miami Beach. Mr. Small's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Small, of Philadelphia For her wedding, the bride chose a white linen-trimmed ensemble with heavy white cotton lace The headpiece was in matching whitcotton lace and illusion veiling. She earned the same Bible as her mother on her wedding day Matron of honor was Mrs War ren Blatt. Bridesmaids included Gail Kantor and Maureen Sch wartz. lx'on Dormant was best man Ushers, included Philip Keichcnthal. the bride's cousin. Larry Sbupnick and Jan Dorfman. The bride attended schools in Miami and graduated from the University of Florida. The groom went to schools in Philadelphia, attended Temple University, and is a purveyor with Spatola Inc Hyman, Holtzman, School Teachers, Exchange Vows liis Lynn Holtzman and Michael nard Hyman will live in Coral Cableafter their honeymoon ii Nassau, The couple exchanged wedding vows i i, Sunday Aug. 8. 7 :m p.m.. at Temple Menorah, with Rabbi Mayer Abramow it/ officiating The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Nathan Holtzman, of 1530 Meridian Ave., formerly of Jamaica, LI The groam ithe son of Mr. and Mrs. sain Hyman. 735 Sitli St. Vieki Weithorn attended the bride, and Stan Gelman served the groom as best man. For her wedding, the bride chose an empire sheath gown of candlelight satin, the bodice fcatum portrait neckline edged with reembroidered aiencon lace embellished with seed pearls and Diorlength sleeves. The sheath had appliques of lace and pearls with an aisle-wide court train coming from the shoulders. A bouffant veil of pure silk English illusion veil fell from a headpiece of pearls. The bride carried a bouquet of three orchids, lilies-of-the-valley and baby breath. The bride attended Miami Beach High School and graduated from W 4*S 1 K \ : • I %  leal MRS. LOUIS SMALL Social Singles Dance B'nai Is'rith Social Singles will hold a dance on Saturday, 9 p.m.. at the Deauville Hotel. There ~f*~ a difftVrenee in flowers... trm our si BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave. Miami Beach CALL SYVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Interior Designs of Distinction for Over 39 Years... 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* Jurist ntrrttor Friday, Ajgatt \\ igJ Pcge 9-B Contemporary Jew in America' is Theme Of Hew Adult Course at Temple Israel -pie l*rael of Greater I it eras e !" ased on a rw text by Pre! "car Janowsky. "The American j, .>praisai. and will l>e led bs Dr Joseph R Si ad., > A JUTS. 611AID flHt Marsha Makstein Weds Student At Beth David %  M e m-r ring ceremonv :e on Sat%  • 15 pm •he bride i ; .ce on i < with %  mati I Fine. '. • William ; lervt" '. %  t t ere 1 Haym Hrron and Miss Fault %  > kahn, Edv ard K..y Mid the i : I I I < ith a degree i ersity ol i and i pit l hon< • ion. Potemkin, Krieger Eye Nov. 27 Rites At Beth Torah %  I 27 a Bel %  l i M i %  graduated from the Uni of Miami. : Business/ %  ith a J'.A ;,nd i.s 1 orp as*! An.pco ProductInc. II. ipr< sently in the Air Force Ri i th the 37th Aero Medical Evacuation Squaa> ron. BOOKKEEPER. Foil Charge, •omptttnl, experienced, now worfc ng *nhei to make changt. Desiret po.i %  Moo with organization or synagogue Preltrs Beach ar*a Wr.te Mrs. VS., 0 Jewish Floridian. P.O. Bex 2972 %  •mi. Florida 33101 course on 'Mainstream of Juda-aturday morninc Among the questions to be raised in th cocrse on The Contemporary Jew in Aanertca" are those concerning assimilation or more positive Jewish identity; status role and purpose o* the most influential Jewish community in the world; and others which have boon discussed in recent years. Expert* in many fields are a'.read\ booked to appear at Tempi • Raphael K YUWS. cha.rman of Israel daring the coming &f he Board of Education, announced Among them are Wedne*h> that Samuel J LeiboOnsressman Charles S. Joel-on witx has assumed his post as edu of N> Jersey, a leader ol lioeral ca.ional director of Temple Emanu Ea-tem forcein the House of E1 Representative-; Dr Morris Jan"ippcrmo-t in all plans for —. mmwm *+***** *hool curnculum and .uff as en-,I nivers.ty of ( h.caso. ..u.h r ef phasu on the individual oaukd/ "Dynamics of Pr,wl.it. anaoaig I Ciasae, will be • -umber of dMIfegmiahed wertK kept small in order to give each Dr Abraham Kaplan, pmle^ o philosophy at the I nive.-Mty of Michigan, former chairman. De Leibowitz New Education Chief At Emanu-EI Adult Swim 0ar.ee An adult -w I • irday. A v, M -id VVMI \ ',' SV, 8th .%  -. ;_ ment will be t %  ^ y, Wlalt Theatre leader • chance to know ever; .i %  Recognh ng -hat many DM itupartment trf Phdo>oph>. IVLA. Dr have had an> ,nJacob M. Rothschild, rabbi of .he Civil Richts movement in the nation who will Kneseth Israel Runs Ahead Of Building Schedule Torah Society Tape Available \,r lcele%  /rid annn ei week!) rrated I 11. of Jacob n Community Sj i Kahbi .stern is heart) weekly on Sunday rwofi over WEDR-FM in a Torah prograan conductad m English. As a consequence of requests for copies of Rabbi Stern's termoni and televi-ion rneseagec, the Torah society is preparing a tape album to be made available shortly. Tapes will be on current Torah "objects, as well as on complete sermonfor the holidays and special events. Information is available at the Society at 1532 Washington Ave. Miami Beach At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100. DAIRY FREE 2LIQUID MAZOIA CORN Oft 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE M. ASM"** **rl*M stractiorTi W Tempi.-. Atlanta, who has been asndary la: %  %  *'** special proviiion will be rr each child to learn the tang lat -peak on The Jew in the south at hiown -peed with it I Use. FL,n of keeping up at saanaaut) -aid ,open ud an n cxEducal on arwl We If an Seymour leaded bj LeibowiU I or Miami ol I in th • Mian J' ol, a.-xi mi Ifiamiaau I i i The %  -in. The i Dr. ieheiabert in i T K i i ard F a, vld t h o r. Jew .n Music;" and other% %  be OJIKnaseth I sr a el Coi t> uni 1415 Euclid Ave is ahead of dule on itn Third Lecture in Series Milton Kahn. build The third lecture on "B ad Sgeaaaa will be given bj Dr .-, • %  r aba m WeMaon on Thore mornir KneA,i "" ail! be b l,al %  Di for.'. Ol tx;• %  rior of the s>na%  will i • mu-ii Beth David Rabbi Back to Pulpit Rabbi Land a btf kflf %  irom participat.n* n number lec"ureand -minars at a one I Jewish Fanul} Living In -titute held at WOdacres, Little Switzerland. N C. WiWacre-". a 1.400-acre adult camp area, hjbeen men over b> Mr and Mr^ 1 D Bhunenihal. m t harh.tt. Nr the 20th at t.. promote greater anaaaa under sundinc In t • ol the sum mer. a numN an sc:y I easy to fix. CHEFBOY-AR-DEE* <••$• Pizia c I er to prepare • adj mu for a tender, crunchy me. Rich, true Italiaa r v n ed Ith choice Itallan-ityle cheeses. Have some toon I OTI about „ gathered for you ( \\%it ku\e mm hrrm \imr U/e' Thr l\pttml A -an, aged T ". xpml 24 \rai vg, II wnrki*t. n rmtiirr. .J in rrif oj I'ne tin* in w/>k/' and 6 mfitth* m hn %  •. ship. How kmr "• W' \ptnt in the kiiihen Th,r %  ;K>-J the a/..' Ji MI i/i/i%  -. kUCAMMN TOt1 1 ew aiaoAd iMotf c .. '-• cue meai 2 tsp Ch^ t SaaOc-n last -• tap. salt • 'i coe hr' 1 cp fceavyerea! < teaspoon wanaa • %  2 tablespoons afeBondaaacar.. < %  •mhinc i-Bf Iwiiwl ntnmS-. MiK.r. 1 II*NC a Nat. -laal (••(lc-. -all. lis+i am -iai>4 t bsar. PhKt m rrfr t ir> and partuM* rrr/c. .*' nuPlan miUiirc in chill' It ji until -in*--! 1 vs liipi Iv i ah pK -•> c iih r.-i % %  — IIHIIIB iTaiet -itht • 'I %  I 1, %  H • .If MKir nun thinkthat ) 1 <> miK-h lime at thr hrao" rxplain that it'M-IIT tc*.' I -<. I hrah*i. -av iluitlh • IIMIIMII iriinm<\! IBM irr%^cjl tr I ir-l I ati\ ol ( i.jlwii bcLx. -ulmu Hilair lundmurkl.-..u -. HM ne* hmiik> Put him Into l | come icto M sptct: %  • %  '-1 rap Chase A S* CoM watt' • Ice • 0i In kviiaw nairr i— mr r n -''> k aad data* I"' BSMMtra -JM. I t |i^l. v t Saakora laafaan < a*lee \ aaaaf la aaaka i iwaii i an T-K.I mcf n in tall ku-r.. %  .. areL lin.\ reuaaaaku CS>f£{ N CJBCOIAU 16'3 esjis • k : a g -f %  Cnse & S.IUJI rev and Ii. VdV milk, in jin. -trup a\ Saajaora laataal t flee, at Sn* ht o '.. aiid N.IMI haati t luii 5 or a i rsjaaaj < %  -'' <* '• STRAWBERRY & IfMON ME •ip tnawe" SeaaMMj 'l Cup SU£JI • : • austaio • ^4 cup Pbntwst-ar. Maah eartK-v add vaa> aad Irmoti H'< kri ia8d I hair bin. rrsi < %  ( krmnn pticr musiai Stowt) ttral In PlautfrrOl, l rr. mixture, bratam (anil Mih catlaar ckTe <>' M it I Mmu.lli.iK.V>>N'"<' (Insunt jndRcgularlartU' Peanut t)tl arc kOkhcr. o f-." MaMU AIOUT TOWN IS a nN0MD SIAJtfS PCLUSiVf DClBSIVtlV FOR Thf MIS-f trTDMs r nxsina)



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ridcry, A;r:v 13, 1965 %  f rHlil-nrrM'-tr Pace 9-3 presentation of equipment to Boy Scout Troop No. 449 at the Cr Reelection Lcomr i K ><11. incumbent kr'.h Miami %  • • IIIIKIH now comJting hi* frurt term, lias filed ri Wction .: the. North Miami |\ election %  >•Sept. 7. Kimtoall. a" ..••orncy. says he li> v i irter, a man.' lildl form jovi-rnment. a wide e* • %  :-tern, civil sir %  (or cit; %  %  >(•< f$, niuniciswbnmirag pool*, libraries, aide Ik-, model eel lighting, rei ftionaj an-.i • d numerous pui> i ,t rot erne ''proved bj the : : :i -" which lie landed and Active in manf civic and edulicnal orji: l'ions, Kimball .i mirnlK: af the faculty of University of Miami, lotting in butilMM law in it* luci! i-. program. He was ftr of *Se Welfare Plan>nol sl Dado County, a director af fhe North Mi *ber Commerce, and two tjrm* as president Cuyitone Point Homo Owners relation. Is pre••A chairman ol lh Miami • Employ the Handled ('on ind aen < %  a* of the dty's tine Arts Com lion. i dei'' %  D ide County for, 90 yi .ir Kim %  •". formerly served as S'li.'tarj •>• the Board of Di rect.'is of Ten • %  Beth Sholom He %  ow serves j member of the Board uf TPJ%  ••• oi Temple Sinai •ffc-Tth Dad • A cr.iduafc of the Iniversity ol MhV ; in Co %  •. • and Lew School. hep fore ehir raetlced lav m Pittsburgh, be moving ti Miami in 1M4. He %  d during World War II as food enforcement attorney for South lloni. m the Office ol AdminL-Tation. Imball's lifelong interest in art oil paintin*. which is his hobled him to .1 extensive study Hare Chagall's stained glass AS in Hu synagogue of the aah-Hebre Medical Center h n ,-aU-iu. 1-rael. He has ap |rt*l in man> illustrated lecture* >re Hada--ai and other groups aa tiies.' masterpieces, Th f A I 1 AO ? tot Aranof f Gets Doctor's Degree Stanford Aranoff. son of Mr and Mrs. Abe Aranoff, of \u>] p, a> nd Miami Beach, recently received a PhD decree In theoretical physici troni New York university. Dr. Aranoff attended Miami Beach High School, and was a cum laude graduate of the University ol Miami. Dr Aranoff is currently teaching at Pratt Institute of Technology in Brooklyn. NY. He recently prepared a proposed plan for research to be done in the fall at the Institute for Space Studies of the U.S. Government in New York City. The proposal deals with procedures for dealing with collections of man; particles which interact strong!) wi.h each other. "I believe that these procedures ran be applied to the study of astronomical objects such as neutron stars Aranoff explained in his resume of the project. Dr. Aranoff was previously a re search assistant at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences lie also actively participated in a seminar in quantum field theory under the supervision of Dr. Bruno Zumino. From 1958 to 1959, he was a teaching assistant at New York University, tutoring physics. Before that, he served as a research assistant at the National Carbon Research Labs in Parma O. HONABD KIMIAU SANfORD ARANOff Biography is Published I.-rael Honorarium V o 1 u m e. -hortly to be published, will include the biography of Dr. Isaac Ever, Spiritual leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Dr. Ever'.biograpbj is currently published in five major volumes in the U.S., including "Who's Who in the South and Southwest" "Who's Who in America" and "Who's Who in World Jewry." Cohen Synagogue Has Anniversary Jacob C, Conen Synagogue wilt celebrate itfirst anniversary next Wednesday. The doors of the s\ nlgogue opened for the first time on Sunday. Aug 18. lHfi4 The synagogue is named after Jacob C. Cohen who invited Rabbi Tibor Stem to lie spiritual leader and to design, plan and organise the congregation and its physical facilities Program includedaily services, adult education classes, and Sabbath sen ices "Since the first day of the establishment of the synagogue, it has become a household word throughout the country," Rabbi Stern declared, noting the approaching first anniversary. Rabbi Stern converse* with worshippers following services, who come from all over the world. Founding members Include Mr. and Mri. George Simon — she is president of Sisterhood — Herman Schneider, Julius Schwartz, Henry Hess, and Leon Gottlieb. Senior spiritual leader is Rabbi Abraham Wetn.-chnelder Recently named to the staff is the worldrenowned CantoT Samuel Vigoda. who will officiate during the High Holy Days, and throughout the New Year following. Paint Party Scheduled Paint party will be held at Bay front Park Auditorium on F:id..\ through Sunday. Aug. 20 to 22. beginning at 9 a.m. Proceeds will JO to the Abbey Hospital Buildir Fund for Underprivileged and Men tally Retarded Children. The bos pital is at 5190 SW 8th St., Coral <;ables Mildred F. Pomcranec iadministrator. Conni Gordon ioriginator of the "paint-in-min utes" method, who will lie present. RISICLNTIA.. -nd ;0MM£RCi-i PROOFING and REPAIR SPECIAL'S!" NORTH DADE ROOFING CO RADIO DISPATCHED All Type *oof* Guttcn end Speut.m Written Guerentee FHA Finenclwj FREE ESTIMATES CALL 681-0442 •681-6381 1401 1 N W JOth A the rank of Kfjaarc a' a me-'.ng ot the George Gers'e.v.M K" ol Pythias on ilOn<:.i\ at :> m.. at the Surfaide Community (.enter. Sandy Day Sandy, son of Mr and MrHei bert D Ray. will become Bar Hitl vah on SaHurdaj Aug 14. at Tern pie Kmanu-Fl. Sandy hacompleted sc\ enth g r a d e at Nautilus Jtinior High School. He is a collector of coins and interested in sports, p a r t i c u I a r 1 y .%  i m ming. in which he won several SAHOr awanls. Mis F t h e r Mark, of Miami Beacn. his grandmother, will at tend the occasion, and Mr. and Mrs Sol Mark, his aunt and uncle, are (inning from Antwerp. Belgium The celebrant will tie honored it a Kiddush In Sirttin Hall immedi ateh following the worship service Dennis Herman On Saturday morning. Aug It. Dennis -on bl Mr and Mrs Dave Herman, will become Bar Mit/\ah at the Israelite Center. Denniia student at the Israel ite Center Religious School ami in the eighth grade at Shenandoali Junior Hi"h He plays trumpet in the school hand. Dennis will IMhonored at the Kiddush follow in.; services, and at a reception to Inheld at the Vc netian Hotel on Saturday evening Harry Herman grandfather ol the Bar Mit/vati. will be here from New York for the OCCdsion Dr. Bergman in Address Dr. Fredrick Bergman, of Miami Beach, a member of the Speaker 9 Bureau of the Dade County Optometric Association, addressed the Miami District Dental Assistants Society at the Miami Colonial Hotel, speaking on "Adult Eye Care." Jewish Radio Can Be Heard DAILY IN MIAMI WEDR-FM, 99.1 ENJOY ALL WEDR PROGRAMS: MIAMI'S JEWISH SCENE JAY BUSHINSKY 10-11 A.M., MONDAY-FRIDAY, NEWS, VIEWS & INTERVIEWS JACOB SCHACTERS YIDDISH PROGRAM 11-12 Noon, MONDAY-FRIDAY; 3:15-4 P.M. SUNDAYS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, SUNDAYS 12 Noon THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER, ISRAEL LUTSKY SUNDAYS 12:30 P.M. AGENDA FOR ACTION (AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS) SUNDAY 1 P.M. JEWISH WORLD, NEWS AND INTERVIEWS BY JAY BUSHINSKY, SUNDAYS 1:30 P.M. 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-Jmls*-nrrMtor Friday. Aua Page 10-B Workmen's Circle Chief Dead, 78 NEW YORK (JTA) N Chanin. one of the outstanding leaden of Bhe Jewish labor movemem in the United States, and se< letarv-general emeritus ol Uhj Workmen's Circle, large* national Jewish fraternal order, died here Sunday after a long illness He was 78. 1 ,. r 9ROON. GO LEGAL NOTICE NOT.C, LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE |V rHuNl WlU |,M v CXTHONV "ll.MAM WAV NOTICE x %  ICEIbHKI ) N r A „T Siberia. In New York, he became active in the Cap and Millinery Workers Union, serving that organization several years as vice president. He wrote prolifically in Yiddish, contributing to many of the leading Socialist Jewish newspapers and magazines. He was also the author of several books. After serving 15 years as educational director of the Workmen's Circle, he became that fraternal orga n iza tion's secretary-genera 1 Florid i Hi It* "e%\ regTallahaa*. • ular mi etlna ..,_-.,.,, „ BERN VBI' M vl Applli .in • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 8826 BANK OF COMMERCE iS* tin C. ri' • 11 a ntlff, \ .I.II.1. IAN JENSEN hei husband if married, unknov n, If 'i> Ing: unknown ... and ii '!•• >d, then unknovi <\ anou—, 11 rem iu ri heirs, l< i !-• % %  -' intei i in S< n Iwa) %  %  Parr Tours in 1951. retiring from that post a, Mafcnee.. -^Z^n'^ emeritus in 1963. Recently, the dw agalnai th* said UUJAS Jewish labor movement estabJENSEN her husband If lished a Nathan Chanin Educa tional Foundation for the perpeiua-, rll ..|,:. merest in or to the tion of his aims and achievements. described. At his death, he was a membei I NOTICE OF PUBLICATION of the boards of directors of United : Ti i i.ii.i.i AN JENSEN .in i Hias Service, the Joint Distribuknown tion Committee. ORT, the Con-res.... of Jewish Culture and the Yiddish | < • magazine. Zukuntt. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW so hi: is HEREBY C.IVI S lh I he in i %  • i ,• .'• %  in. F niol.ii I Toura: r i i Trav. F % % %  '.''" i Tn i. I To lit Fan r | !' A gene v; Kan Eastern I-,.r in rVi •"'• v Servl. • I" in I %  • Travel % % %  FNi I in Tout* Trav. H pan with Ft %  n iv. Pa i • • ( i r ivel dvl • • I KOI Collins Avenue Muvm Florida i-lth the tl. IU •!"">• Florida MERIL.IC C. -Iir Ml I.TON v PRIEPMAN %  1111 Alnslej Bld( V.OTICE O 1 PUBLICATION N 7SI C.RCU T CO U RT OF THE NTH JLD Cll • "tUT oe EL FLORIDA,N *N0 FOR BADE COLNTs HANCtHV No 65C '8*3 H %  FOR DIVORCE R .|. \ N 1' i I "VI' I'l %  I 5f?Tn PHrLUM ?nr K WIT N i %  > nai I I. I Miami •teach 1 titan "' the Clerk If vou I fault ii! b. taken acalnal you ror ( relief d %  I ''" '• "' dalnl .., Th i •'• %  n '" r i. u.., k for 1 • seeotlv* %  elli ki JEW •-" i •' V N REP v tth das "' 1 •> v l> E B IJSATHRRM \V I Florida •EN I'All. KWITNET l -.• I !!.-... h, P %  < <-!> THE CIRCUIT COl.f-. > rH JUDICIAL CIRC • : r\n n* nc r.-. %  ON IN T 11T FOR OADE COUNTIN CH A ', No. asc aa • .1 \ P REICHA Plaintiff, i I'll \ RBICH tl 1 '. f. nl.int NOTICE BY PUBL 'II \ RI N" lili 81 I'hlta lekphl I • %  •, •! IRE HI:!: i 'omplainl for I %  •ii .in.I %  ,'i-\\ er lO lh' i >lntIff %  attorn. K VKI.K'K. whose ad i I %  oriaTiaaJ of %  'i. rl. i i,li. i.ii Ctrcull In a. r ,1 ,\ f SnptanitM i i h. •' ilnl afeaaadl aj i 'A i t:i' ii-.itail i. iH U • •|.rk nf the • B] l l s I >. i.. 11} %  Jacob Schiff hj ihrouith, un,!,., %  I LI I.I.I AN JENSEN hi r husband if in in .• d. and n a aaj s% Jacob Schiff. 72. 8120 Island Ave., N J J ^ J %  „,,,,! I died Tuesday. Aug. 3. He lived hei e tor ii years, originally coming from V.'nv Vorfc from Ne ifonf. He was the Owner Mr Schifi was one of the foundTATI era ol me Miami Beuin Llks ,. .. Lod^i irtu He is survived try his wife Hen'" KRK REgtiRED to %  • netta; a son. Leonard, of .North Merrick, N.Y.; daughter. Mrs. H KIUEDWAN I Helen Portman, of Miami Bead. five xandthildren and two greatgrandchild) I '> .. _, ii %  services were at Riverside C hapton Rd., with burial in Lakei %  I ol l!> : C \ %  side Memorial Park. ROTFORT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thai the 'ii s under the flrtil is I L, A G SALES at II I l>U| %  tends to aald name th the i "i--rk ..f the "In lit i ..• I-.,,I,Count}-, Plorlda LESLIE M ISARTHWAIT HERBERT K M I'M \N iir) f. >r Applleanl IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 02056 A IN RE I ItuSE II IVm NOTICE TO CREDITORS All I %  %  %  %  • %  Ida, w Ithii %  •. ,i I la ted ..i M ..in PI ,| !i IN RE tporrtON I 'P iJRmiORl ,-' "T I' II \T-"N %  H IM i.'v'iti.i'M'v PAT .-N-IUIAV: I Minor BY %  V CARL HERM W-KI I I MIRIEX, A HERM IN'SKI l • • NOTICE BY PUBLICAT'ON OF PETITION FOR ADOPTION TO YVONNE SCHI : w IT/. ., • roi \I:I: H' 111 %  %  %  MAN'S) KIEL v HERMAN Xri ; SKA PAT HI I.WITZ a .. Ill \ '\r.: HKRM IN SKI and Ml I'.ll.l. v HKRM xNs'Kl liroil are enre a i I ) \ wli\ • for petit IIM vs \' Tl K.Mi >RR ,\ % %  • %  .r I SZl I %  %  • the iTtli ,i\ Pall N i' %  Mini • K II LI d VN ^ %  \ ity Clark NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVfc LAV \. T1< K IS HKRRB1 ->.-"• i 'ih lalneaa undei the in !.i:\ zii-isvi in UIT -i number N ,'f Miami. P ^ii. t '1^ -. .| n K ..f Hie Cll l"l '• %  Pbirsia I ',1^.1 ai Miami. El • f Jllll. ls llll.l'.N /.I! IIN THE CIRCUIT COL'"' > •-: I1TM JUDICIAL CIRCL S •.FOR DADE COUNTY %  IN CHANCERNo 5C B2v •>! in > M.I:M. rial',I'll tKI v i" •>< I •. • %  ndanl NOTICE BY PUBL %  %  |. II It; : ; N NOT'CE I'Nt F.CTITIOUS NAME • Nl %  : %  %  ISTi l'|s, • Kill V • Hi %  u iiIRVINll %  • dii %  N V He %  i St. vei of Ml • %  v Wlntei II Mt. Neli GOLDMAN SARAH, :; .f 44 I iv ,; while lisidna N V. Sh. had made her h .mi h. re for th. %  r. mlng fr. Mri u • lm in was a mi >'' .'.... \. M „, Jewish Congress and a ,-i lel ,,. i I niied Jew isi, Appi al Shi atoo ., men ber ol Ten Shlrah She I i i„ ,„., and, Israel i: two aoi II '.'."' : "' Croton i!i. II ,.|... „ N I • and Leo fjoldntan, ,.f Miami foui ulster, Mrs Pannle Robinson, of Philadelphia It Mrs A II n :i I., uiach, ,,( Ml MrRa. \l M „ ,., ale Hurwlta, ol R -.v i Ooi don Pune il Home, with interm. m In >• ,,• „f David Cemeterj Khiva wat oh. aerved at the home of L. oldBW th \ %  %  l %  I NDEfl F.CTI! :C_S NAVE LAW N thai I %  THE l-'l.i i It M K INC i I' MARSHALL II %  •> S.M Hth Si PI i f !440 S.i > TOBOROVSKY. Joseph ;., 8W nd \v> ill. i t ... Icej in Perth Ami,.,!, x j w ITTEN. Abraham .„ Bt. Orai Wed ECKSTEIN l„ Em Collins v GOLDIN. Solomon, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY rjlVKX that %  nder the fletltlo M'/.l Kl iRNER ai 100-1 Miami B. .,. h, P with Hi'',. :-u ol the I Court ol I hide • %  i>. Fioi Ida. HARANT ENTERPRISES, INC B> Mai i v11.in iu >,.. %  i'r. HARRY ZIKERNICK Attorney f..r Maranl Enterprtses, ID. 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Augus; 13. 1965 Jen I*. I flrrlrfitr Page 11-B LEGAL NOTICE •ICE BV PUBLICATION CiUC'J'T COURT or THE [NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IRIDA IN AND FOR DAOE (UNTY IN CHANCERY, N 1 fOC 8306 -QERHIK IN Jntiff VH ICK I.ERHHOM in.lint SUIT FOR D'VORCE BDKRIi'K OBKSHON II .-• ..t-i i n Vvwil K... k..* ,•• \.. w York FY.cl.rlok Crrr-hon. are hen fled thai i Hill ..r c.mpiiti • • h hee-n filed against l ) % %  !! ir•-. riir.il I,. -. ri m your Aim *r or Pleading t., B BBT sci >TT IAN. .. •• it, l tVant FlagWill. Plni I nd file the orlarIWM ..i I ..ln,r In the offl.-. 11. rk I>I Circuit Court "n the | i of S.|,iiih-i ^Mt '.<'U %  i-v jndr/n'.-nt by a^Bui t will .IKIIIKI i..u for ^p r-Uf •! i th.Hell Inl tlce *l • IIHIK I on. for %  JKW1 -II • %  \\ AND M 'EKED nl Miami. thl* >" v ,.f Jury, \ D l.i: > M w I*' II' 1.1 IK T .-. %  % %  tVFM x \I Worm %  l-sa-M _Jt.CE BV PLICATION Era CRCUI* COURT or THE %  NTH JUO'CtAL CIRCUIT OF _!\DA is >NJ CQR DAOE %  Sl'NTY. CHANCERY. RtrrtE** IN IVn' tfrWflW %  Y HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK'E is MKRRBT C1IVEN that Hi.underetaned, daalrtng t.. mni-.in II1,.-nil!. I th.. fit t'tlous Uillll,. ..f HKTTV I'ArtHW DCTToX. ,1 b-a BETTY IASSIHT ui IHIIMI.. I _•.-; Langford BltUc. in the City of Miami, Florida intend, to re|ei.r tlif said name uiih the I'lerk of the Circuit Court of i'...i. County, FferMa Dated m Miami, Florida, this lHth da i "i .lulv. i:.ii;. BrTfTY c.vs+tlDY DCTToX 'Nu what's new, Gnu?' LEGAL NOTICE All V TOf JK\\ %  AM %  : %  iv p J5UIT P: 3VORCE R.' "V N' Jr.*<] • i. h arnay i. i-kahar f %  egalnat > •y*a a 1-fc-adlag the Plai HNKEI. Miami 3. i IIMU Ana-.'. Che Clor h. for. HER, I* ment by aaa ti %  m %  < %  .i Bjjon : tu. %  %  \\ i ID I ,\ N ,*M' HI M _th %  < f ill (*T I.r i \ i i la I'. %  i I %  • IN THE CRT,. ;OLRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO -HL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA N UNO FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No 5C TOO I'MLN' "\\ .. Florida* lla.1. STKVTlV Date. r TO Rt • i Ll 1TGAGC TO: Ut>l M ,|| : I v w lf< •fBOMf %  •aaaa or. lajt dt I.-* 6. t'K A \ TH1U. the Pi j*** i ll. : %  aMMBjRlha bat-ui" raain Aaawar £• tha Maml, i ABjrarar lHa Clai bafor* i,..i s. %  .!. %  imi. H ,. Indgmem by OBfttii.' ... ,, .,L.-.,lrit \ ..n for taw ., „, ;i„. ,•..,,,. '• • ah ill %  • pobl l once brk for I %  •. E JBWISH Il.i mil MAN t 'Nil OICD RHD .ii Miiiun. 5' ml i i a ,i ,. F LI \ %  < M vN. i-l-i-k. Court, [ %  %  ,,.:i.„i,i., Bi % %  i<•> >r; I.ANU I '••;%  ik .T II THAI Kit I tor I'lau %  it Hull.In | Fi.irnU OOl •w Fbi Y< HI. %  %  I -• Al cm, i lN THE COUNTY j'JOCES COURT IN AND FOR OADS: COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No a&3VA IX 111 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AM > M iv"li-" Aaaln-I I and i -%  n iI %  I ,A X DI I %  i id i .. ;.r..'. Wed %  %  i the I l> Cbl ni>. H..rBth from ,ti..u M. r-:. I .'• %  III .1 i> uf July. A DAVID i %  •: \ x Klrai puMli ..i : • \ v 11 • 1 • i Att.ri > f..r Kv I'M Baal FHaslei IN THE COUNTS JL 30E S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No C7442 IV H \ VKTHI K P LN i: I >. %  o! NOTICE TO CREDITORS I i .-i v • Peraona : 1 me .-.ni Ii I'm an lafl .in.i i • %  '.Ulll ,111 in Iwh.l ri • A VH HCR I'KM XI I ,' • I.I -liii.i-. in %  Til. UK LNBK i. -1 i c-is-te NOTICE -NOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. • %  ItBKbrKY lil\ HN thai %  | to %  %  ..miin %  M.. ..i IH .\u.s'ri:\i. PUAJI v ..i i"" HI ; 1'iiv. ll i .. Intend to rajtUti i at .. th Ih.Cii al the i*lii-uit Daala Count). ll. rlua DAVID BTI /.IN. btdlvMually I'A.N'ii'i. M LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C"L RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67792 I x l: %  • %  %  \ \li I:I, K v IM. A x l'. NOT CE TO CREDITORS 'I'.. Ml -i log Ctali \ N .: her %  • i %  %  I n 'i'iir. I I • % %  I a lii li >o HIM, KAIM.AN ...I--.-.I : t.. th< i. i ..in.in il .Ii %  -. %  Stiiiut%  Ida, \* ithi'i i th.iiin .i Data i ..I Miami, 11 wlda, il day of An .Mol.l.V ilRKE.NHrn.il K M'l. VX AM Bxecurrlx Ftral 1'iiMi. .lion of th v VRVlN i •!•.~I>...III:!: Attornaj foi Bvrvutrix III : • llasa Center Miami, Florida %  23-30. N't-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATL No. S74MA IN RE Hkitiite ..r RAK CV IHKN I .. • -.H| NOTICE OF PROBATE TIM: STATK OF FLORIDA: TH MI. i-i:i:s.i-t wilt mi.I i^nVAtrt ..f-. rM I dent hn I n admitted t" nroamU In -.i .1 '.-in L 1'OU ."ir. h. r. U\ <,i: - you enn w*y ih. ... i "n of -.ii Courl Ii admittuia *aM v'ill to probate -hi I niir^. "I,. .1 W K II W'li.N !:>!.-; p %  aid i rk n • Hay* & i!i r.1 Miami, Florl T ATTENTION ATTORNEYS. vjenlst: rkwidi^n aolicita your lcafjol Qobcava. W* appreclatt) your patronaq* and ouaranloo accural* srric rt loaal Mai FR 3-469S for moBSongar •orrico LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBt-ICATION IN THE C;RCU'T COURT OF TH£ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No SSC 8317 !" irV'THV l.\ Etl'VM n'f. IN THE COUNTY JUDOfS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67-168A IX l:r-i-.i ... RAK COll N I .i-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS I I .-..i.l ^ hereby not rand .1. H I ol. I : I %  :%  III 1'.• -' %  the 11 me ol pn thai Dated il M i Flo ,-l .. : h daj of July. \ i> I. \ u I: i. \ \i • %  %  i A nduerg v %  .i-.r il Aim-ley 11 : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DACrE COUNTY IM CHANCERY. No. 65C 844 Itl.-ll M:'> -MI IH •iff. 1UIIV >MITlf. I ., ., NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V 'I l:i I V .-Mi ill. K< I known, %  > %  • initum • • %  l >i\ • i flli .I aamit | ne> I;I-:I >Ri :i: XICIIOLAS N w • IJth \N Mini I.I %  • lli he il DAT! !, I lit C %  %  • IH .1 .1 \l.' %  x <**al) -M-;'7 NOTICE UNDER %  FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CK is 111, i. BY tSlVBM that •'1. ii.-lrlm; In "na-uiie •"•' und.-r th^ fii | „,„ "f TBFiH'i M '. \\ • x\N s i T *y K Kit V I. irmiiMiiA in iN ( %  jBBC) .IVNN K..KOSI..NAI. B/l i' i-: %  • v > A N i \| I'S. i |^s I XT I 'ill i : SKf.viii: >i: ON \l! M| .-. Hialaal MI,. n p—ii.. K win, the Clark of the "'•urt of intv. h-\. r HMHA v \ .; \Nn n.ii •S M. KKI. f..i \: rth St.. Hi... l/-U-30-Z7 NOTICE UNOER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTrCN 18 KaMUaBT UIVBN thai the undrralaned, daalrlna to enaaje*in IM hlni ^ md II fUMItloua n.in I lloMCSTKAli aHOPPINll ri.\/\ ,i I-. lllalaan Drive 11 i..l.-..li. l-lorhlu Intend to reajlwier -..I name with the of ihi Clr Court of Dud c'oinit.. Florida 1MVID bTiaUM, tndMdiially l'\Ml:i. S|-.IM.;K Tiuatro DANIBI, SI vi.Wl Vtt"i ti.-\ for A].. |i> lllaleah l>i Ue Hlaliah, Florida I, v (-IS-M NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS I1BREBY i.lVK.N' thai the nii'l. %  m i -l 'l.-iMiK to eii liuainwa under tha ric-tllloiia nama of I.. I ISK K VAN HOMMBN, .1 b I LOI'IHB VAN al itmkti %  <> %  Laaaford I'.ldKin the OltJ of Miami. Florida luti nilto raaaHer thaaJd nama wilk the • l"rk ..f the llriiilt Curt ..f i..,i. Coal I l>nt...l ..! Florida, this l!th LOU 1 Si; K VAN HOKSBN 7;23-St). S/6-1J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 5C 7864 KITH I. B MINKS. ri.m \ M VHMiX W R MINIS u; I % %  fendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO MMII.i'.N \V BAKNBS. .III. bj Hill Road Slin-1. ir\. i'..iiiii-.-tl.-ut You, MAHLON W HM:XI:S. JR., ar< harabi notified that a Hill of Cuml.lulli! for Divi>n-e ha.I.e. II filed ajealust you, and >on are raajalaad t" %  arVl a copy of your Anewer or Pl aadInc to the ii II oi i ,.in|.|aliit ..ii '•'. Itul'iiifr* attorney, I'ACL KWITNBY, 120 I.n in Road. Mi,mi Beach Florida and file the original \u-.\.i or Pleading in the ,.riive .t th.Clark of tha Clrruit I'ourt on or bafara t lie L'.'.th da> of AiMtust. tatS, If yon fall to da aa Judrnieiit hi .lefnult will !•• %  taken agalnal you far th.relief ilein. HI. led In the Hill of Complaint Tlile uotl.e .-hall l>e puhliitheil onca aach waak for four oonaocutlva waek* In TIIK J-RWISH FUiKIDIvX IK>Xi: AMI IIRDKIIKD ;t Miami. Moiida. thle 19th day of July. AH IMS, C II l.BATIIERMAX. CI.-rK. i"in nit Court. Dad*County, llorida By: I. SXKI-niKX IVputv Clerk I'M I. K\VITNi:v, BOQ. i %  a i. oh Road Miami Beach II la Attorne) f..r I'l.untiif 7 IS-tO, I NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O r THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR D a DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No SSC "83 IIV Ik -U DAi II. \ H •{ %  BI 'UI' \. !f. I •• fell,! SUIT FOR DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF TI I %  .'. I • M'il %  • %  N "i V I noWDACH %  m I ol Ci id M. H. Rl .. ol ll. foi %  %  U demandi %  In I DONK CVO ORDERRD A tiTIIBKMAN Court, l "ade i "ounl I I ii P COI'BI.AND Deputy i • i Mil MM I, i. .UN LA R %  -' • SUIT FOR DIVORCEE Ti l: M 'rtV l-A III .-.-• % %  %  eel I '.. r I. ... \. iK u iirss %  \ %  II. .\ Ki : • I %  %  %  %  \ IMiNI .ND H I' \ i: i • i N Si-||.'NT' %  B %  %  • IN THE COUNTV Ji_ JOE'S COL RT IN AND FOR OADfe COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No tl9*C.C IN I: XI : • \" Ih NOT.CE TO CREDITORS v. I lavf Chi i im 1 i %  %  t vx i H :K.~ r Da.ie I -a %  i' %  I will n \ .TTLINl : CtiMT' VXY • IF l-'l,. iRIDA, INC 7110 N \\ I h \ i • M ami. Florid I II ll By: siiim\ 11 Huberman. Praa. %  i | NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICkl lHBRBBY HIVKN ih.tt the uadaraignad, daairlng to enga %  .ii'i.-i the flctltloag nama of ROOM-A-RAMA at Ml". S State Bjoad T Hollywood Ma intendto rag -II. i nama with th. Clerk of the Clroult Court "* DaaTe County, Florida l.CCKVs' FCRNITCRE INC. Boat o naga 7/aa-jo. 8/-u NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRERt C1IVBM that the mni.rKiKiieii. deairlng i" aaajaara la ndi I he flet n i"ii>> ii si \ LORE i I I:II;IX.-M.S ai ;i Ha. ..in. BI> i M :.,,, i i rai i !%  !-:• r -aid name With the %  tha Clr. nil Court of I Maal 'ouat). Floi Ida M \i:\ A i; \UI:I:R NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni 'TH ': is HEREBY • ;i\ IN that th,uii'l. •-ii.il. .1 deairlng to rngai 11.ainan WIIJ.IAM V II MITIII N ,1 !. a UII. i.i \.M ii \ i: i al numb< r 106 i ... HI. IK In the OltJ of Miami. hWntu ii i. II I-i•' ragtater the said naaaa with the cierk of the Circuit Court ol I i',. nty, Fli Dated al Miami. Florida, this Itth day of .Inly. IX WU.1.1A.M A. HAITI 111 X -30. S/fi-13 N %  : | I'II St reel i' uf th< JERi >M i .-.-i : N I .-.-• x & II si :N ll.i Han i M II ,1 %  • %  III fi-is-ja NOTICE OF SUIT OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 7817 ALLEN l:\I.lll WHII'LEY. I -nil. i %  KTHHI. MAS SHIPLEY I % %  ndanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl' ETHEL M M -III i i.i :\ tOG Norman i' mn Trenton, Wan • -,-i Yon. ETHE1 MAI SHIPLEY, ara hen l.\ notified thai .. Ill ol Com* plaint for Drrori l be< n flledl againat lou. ..mi yo ; ,r. reajtn rod ta sell. i ,..|U ,.f >o|l\HHU,,: I'l.adIna t.. the Hill of Complaint on tha I'liintlff's Mtorn.-i. SANFYtRD M. su BROUN T4I s id Itulldlna). Mi. mil Ftorlda JIS: in ..ii fog I r 11 i:il of < "ini'liiiii iH'Ni: VND OltltKRKD at Miami. Florida, this uth da.i ,.f Juay, AD. i: B LEATHERM v v Clark, i 'a.I. •..linn Florida lt> '' P COPKLANB 1 '• |.iu> ( i..rk T J.l-30. 8/S-1J



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 13, 1965

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01906

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floiridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,Iuj 3d Number 33
Miami, Florida. Friday. Auqust 13. 1965
Two Sections Price 20*
GOP Hits Soapy Williams For
*W*. Explaining Goldberg to Arabs
G. MMMfN WIW/Mi
tiktd It mil*
fASJIKA DAUBER
iamberg Man
Tries Suicide
IbAMI : Kt;. W. Germany(JTA)
. Th< 20-yearokl MM of a Nazi war
i held li a suspect in the
tarn be rj swastika amoaftagn, was
bcovenns '" the Bamherg hospi-
kl ih: week from a suicide at
[:: a bis jail cell
Richard Weitiik slashed Kit
eft wrist with < knife on the
ray of hit supper, according to
lamberg Prosecutor Josef Ost-
imer. Tho prosecutor Mid lhaf
j iaUr, assigned to watch tho
ct through a poopholo, mw
suicide attempt and called
help to take the youth to tho
tepltal.
- father had been a
hi of the SS, Hitler's elite
I
was arrested on charges
bi .. the local synagogue me
i Ban berg Jew lah ceme-
lei"> ant other Jewish landmark-
|i: ';. wraa considered the most
. nti Semitic acti In POtl
i.ir Wt*i German history Mean
I'hile, was reported ih.it un-
l ndali daubed swastikas
|nn several streets and the church
in Bnichhauacr-VUaoo near Bre
Inien
WASHINGTON (JTAi The
Republican Congressional Commit-
tee charged this week that the
State Departmen humbled Amen
ca in the eyes of the world by apol- ;
ogizing. in effect, to Arab states
for the appointment of a Jew. Ar- !
thur J Goldberg, as United States
Ambassador to the United Nations.
The committee, in a newsletter,
cited the role of G. Mennen Wil-
liam*. Assistant Secretary of
State for African Affairs, and
railed on President Johnson to
dismiss Williams. The organ of
the Republican members of Con-
gress denounced Williams' "deci-
sion to stoop to 'explaining' to
North African countries that, in
naming Arthur J. Goldberg (who
happens to be Jewish i. a> Am-
bassador to the UN. President
Johftaoa is not encouraging an
anti Arab poluy
According to tho official Re-
publican view of tho matter, tho
explanation in the Goldberg case
was unnecessary since UN mem-
ber states name whomever they
please as envoy* to the UN
with no agreement sough* from
the United Nations. Tho Repub-
licans cited India's persistence in '
r>*aintaining t the United Na-
tions the "anti-American, pro-
(.ommunist Krishna Menon."
State Department attempts to ex- j
plain t.he selection of Mr. Goldberg j
constituted a "national debase \
ment." said the Republican organ, i
Referring to Arab states, the Re- '
publicans said: "From now on, we
can undoubtedly expect a step-up
in their 'anti-colonialiU' antics
and the itch in their oirtstretched
palms Unless, of course, by .speed-
Continued en Page S-A
IN EAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Jewish Migrants Benefit
From Immigration Bill
BONN PERSONNEL IN TE AVIV
Opponents of German
Em bassy Stir Trou ble
TENSION MOUNTING PACE 10 A
Neturei Karla
Leader \\ ill
\\ ed Converi
u.r.M (JTA I Rabbi
72 > .ir iii li. der
n j ulti a-Ortho loa Net i
rei K will marry i j:; yeai
. "n\. n next weak, bul he will
I leavi l< -jsalem lor Ibe first time
[or the -< uioii
K.iM i Klau's decision to wed the
ladelaine Fai rails touched
"ii .i d puts among his followers
Neturei Karta Beth Din banned
is marriage. The ceremony will
take i lace with the encourage-
ment ol the Satmar Relhe. who \
portedh suggested that the wed
ling not be held in Jerusalem
Rabbi Blau has settled in B'nai
Irak, near Tel Aviv, where His
padding will take place. His bride.
ho was named Ruth Bendavid.
'is ont son. who was converted
nth her. Rabbi Blau has nine chil.
iren
TKI. AVIV (JTA) Extra
ordinary precautions. Including the
posting of a highly trained, special
security unit, were taken here as
i reparations were completed by
the newly-arrived West German
Mission to Israel to open its Em-
bassy on the sixth floor of Tel
sviv's Sheraton Hotel.
Dr Alexander Toerocfc, the coun.
sel r of the new Bmbass) againsi
whose acceptance by Israel there
have been protests because he was
in the Hungarian Embassy in Ber-
lin during the very time the Nazis
were deporting hundreds of thous-
ands of Hungarian Jews to their
leathawarrived at I.ydda Airport
Sunday night With htm were three
secretaries for the Embassy, which
will headed by Bonn's Ambai
lador, Dr Rolf Pauls
To protect the German Em-
bassy, the special security unit
has mounted machine guns on
the roof of the Sheraton Hotel,
and policemen equipped with
telescopes will keep day-and-
night watch. Detectives carrying
ubmachine guns and walkie-talk-
ie radios, accompanied by police
e'egs. are on watch on the hotel
grounds. Oi^e y e s h i v a student
cat'Ciht with a te'es<-opr- through
which he was watching the diplo-
matic suite at the hotel was ar-
rested Sunday.
Anxiety over the safety of the
West German mission mounted as
the day approached for th>> arrival
of Dr Pauls Former inmates ol
Nazi concentration camps were re
ported ready to stage a protest
march gains) him through the
streets of this city when he arrives.
The protesters are set to wear yel-
low arm-bands, each emblazoned
in indelible ink with their former
concentration camp identification
(.timbers. Dr. Pauls is scheduled
to arrive here either late this week
: early nex: week.
The Sheraton Hotel suite where
Dr. Toeroek opened the Embassy
will he a temporary facility. The
The Embassy*! permanent quar-
tirs will be on the 27th floor of ..
32 story huiMing being complet-
ed here, Israel's tallest .skyscraper.
A m ill er of Tel Aviv University
students announced they w o u 1 d
hold I i'n SSt rally on the day of
Paul's arrival si t h e Sheraton
where 'he West German diplomats
until they find permanent
lencei They have bean of-
I the 27th floor of Israel's tall-
est > scr iper Hie Migdal Sha
for the Bonn Embassy, an of-
fer it is believed they will accept.
WASHINGTON (JTA> Jew.
in East European Communist
countries. North Africa and the
Middle East will have improved
chances to get immigration visas
to the United States if the immi
gration bill approved this week by
the House Judiciary Committee
is enacted into law and if they
are qualified.
The State Department said that
an estimated 16.000 Israelis, who
have applied at the U.S. Embas-
s> in Tel Aviv for admission to the
United States, would be admitted
within three years, if the bill be-
comes law and if they are individ-
ually qualified. The total number
of applicants throughout the world
is around 180.000 including 140.000
Italians and a large number reg-
istered in Greece.
Tho liberalized immigration
bill provides for phasing out tho
much-criticized national origins
quota base over a three-year
period. Unused quotas may be
pooled and made available to the
backkea el immigration visa ap-
plicants in various countries, in
eluding Israel. Israelis would be
processed according to their na-
tion of birth. Priority would go
to "preference" cases, persons
with relatives in the United
States and in categories includ-
ing cultural and strategic tal-
ents needed in this country.
The bulk of the 16.000 persons
registered in Tel Aviv are non
preference immigrants, those with
no relatives in the United States,
no priority skills, no friends and
no money. If the bill becomes law.
it is estimated that all the pref
erence categories of immigrants
registered in Tel Aviv would be ad-
mitted by July 1, 1968 or shortly
thereafter. After that date, the na-
tional origins quota basis would
be discarded though some pref-
erence situations would remain. A
start could then be made on the
huge backlog of non-preference ap-
plicants.
The annual quota for Israel has
for many years been 100 visas an
nually After the July 1. 1968 date.
all nations will in theory be en-
titled to as many as 20.000 admis-
sions a year provided a world-
wide ceiling of 170.000 is not sur
passed.
The 26 4 vote of the Judiciary
Continued on Page 6-A
ADL Reports Bigotry
Drop in Resort Areas
NEW YOKE (JTAi Discrim-
ination against Jews in leading
winter resort hotels and motels in
the United States dropped from
14.8 percent of resorts surveyed in
1P63 to 2.1 percent currently, the
B'n B i B'r i h Anti-Defamation
League reported this week The
second study was made between
November 1964 and March 196.V
The ADL said it used the "dual
letter'' test in evaluating admis-
sion policies ol winter resort, in
Florida, Arfc nsas, California. Al-
abama, Mississippi Colcrado and
Idaho Applications for reserva
lions were sent bj three pairs
applicants In each pair, one was
Continued on Page 2-A
British Rap Swastika on Stamp
LONDON i JTA) Govern-
ment spokesman in both the House
.t Commons and the House of Lords
rejected this week six requests by
members Of Parliament for with
lrawal or changes in the design
ol a Battle of Britain commemora-
stamp which includes a swas
ika on a downed German war
piano.
The Board of Deputies of British
Jews also protested to the Post-
master General and asked for
withdrawal of the issue, scheduled
for release in September.
The Board of Deputies protest
was in a letter in which Presi-
dent Solomon Teff declared that
that "we are aware that the pur-
pose of the stamp is to demon-
strate the defeat of the evil
forces which used this symbol,
but we feel strongly that the
illustration c*oes not convey this
impression."
The letter stated: "The Board of
Deputies has already received nu-
merous complaints from members
of the Jewish community to whom
Continued on Pago 3-A
IN EGYPT
Germans Nix
Spy Charges
I ONDON I JTA i Two of the
West German defendants char
I \ Egj pt with espionage for Is-
I .hied IWl guilty this week
at their f ial in Cairo, it was re-
ported here from the Egyptian I
ital this wi ek The two defen I-
ants are Mrs W ilfg in Lotz, 33.
: Pram Kiesow.
The woman i~ the wife Ol a third
West German defendant who said
lust week that he had spied for Is-
rael. He denied, however, that he
tried to assassinate Wast German
technical experts working in Cairo
by use of letters containing ex-
plosives. Mrs. Lotz was charged
with complicity in her husband's
activities
K i e s o w, 48 year-old former
representative in Cairo of the
Continued on Page 9 A


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Friday. August 13, 19^
Page 2-A
Dutch Reward German Anti Nazi
AMSTERDAM (JTA) A
West German pensioner who saved
tlie lives of four Jewish residents
of Kattowitz. in occupied Poland,
.taring the war by hiding them
Horn the Nazis has received near-
ly $20,000 from persons who heard
about his act on a Dutch radio
program, the press here reported
ibis week.
Ernst Bruno Motzko was serv
tag M ;, PoUce official In Katto.
unz when, in the summer ot 1942.
he MVC shelter in his home to a
Jwi8h doctor and three Jewvsn
women scheduled for deportation
to a Nazi death camp. He htd them
in his home for 28 months at the
risk of his life, selling many of
his personal belonging* 10 keep
MMffl supplied with food trom the
hla<.k market
ADL Reports Bigotry Dip
In Major Resort Areas
Continued from Page 1-A
Signed with a clearly-Jewish name
1 ud the other apparently non-
Jewish.
Among 595 resorts from which
definitive replies were received,
13 were identified as discrim-
inating against Jews. All were
in Florida, where eight resorts
were biased, and five in Arizona.
However, in bolh states, discrim-
ination dropped since the 1963
survey. Biased reports in Flori-
da dropped from 15.7 percent to
1.9 percent. The drop in Arizona
was from 23.9 percent to 5.4 per-
cent.
In 1963. nine percent of rr-
';_ 'VM>rts in California were found
biased. Little discrimination was
ind in 1963 in the'south when
Beth Toy Swim Party
Swim parly and weenie roast will
he held by Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Tov im Sunday, Aug :'i'. at the
Wonderland School. 1335 SW 67th
tve., beginning at n a.m. There
ill be a lifeguard at the ix>:>l
only two resorts in Arkansas were
foend to reject Jews. Since then
those two Arkansas resorts have
ended that practice
The ADL said thai the findings
shewed that, despite the 19* Civil
Rights Act. discriminating resorts
still found formulas for rejecting
applicants with Jewish-sounding
names Some stressed that their
clientele was entirely Gentile."'
other- used recognizable phrases
such as "selected clientele" and
"churches neart S o m e i all
themselves "private clubs" which
>xempt from tv Cn il Rights
Act provisions
The report -aid that while "poc-
: discrimination" -till exist
ed. the stud) showed "remarkable
. ement Di re Schary, ADL
lan, noted that enactment
o! the Civil Rights Act and a con-
tinuing educational effort were the
main factors
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Charge Restitution Chief is Ex-Nazi
By Spatial port
\F.\V YOKK The American
Jewish Coagnu charged recently
thai the president of the German
Restitution Court of Appeals in
Bremen was a former Nazi who
joined the infamous SS Corp* the
[ jcar Hitler came to power.
Dr. Joachim Prinz, of Newark.
oiled on West German Chancellor
I.ikHvi* Erhard to press for the
prompt removal" of Karl Arndt.
storrnrroopcr since 1933, who is
also one of three German members
f the Arbitral Commission on
Property Highls and Interest* in
GeSBlany, n international legal
tribunal.
Dr. Prim disclosed that infor-
mation concerning rh# Nati rt-
?itotion official had baen con-
firmed by the Office of Gorman
Affairs of the State Department
based on records in its Berlin
Document Center.
, removal, Dr.
ed:
: in Hi'


relative* of the vie
Dr Print, former re! H at Ber
. t. ed from V a

Kctivilics, told the American Jew-
ish Con* rea meeting:
"We are particularly dismayed uncovered by the American Jcwi.-h
that after twenty tears of presum- Congren early in April.
ably rigoroua attempti to purge
German public life of the most ded-
icated Nazi.s. n is still possible to-
day for an SS officer with as no-
torious a record as Karl Arndt'a to
occupy a position of public trust.
"The Amdt cim is still another
indication that the German Judi-
ciary has not been cleansed of
Hitler's mast avid tuapartara.
If a veteran and notorious Nati
like Karl Arndt can be entrusted
by Wast German authorities to
perform th* delicate and sensi-
tive task of passing on the claims
of Naxi victims, it is difficult to
accept the bland assurances, so
frequently given, that everything
necessary is being done to re-
move the Naii taint from Ger-
man public life today."
Dr Prim laid the Information
i oncei Nazi past zation.
As President of the German !{'<-
titution (Hirt of Appeals in
men, Dr. Arndt pasaeg on resti-
tution claims by Jews and other
\.i/i victims filed in the German
cit\ state of Bremen. Dr. Arndt
holds this position under an ap-
pointment from Uie President f
the Senate of Bremen.
The Arbitral Commission on
Properly Ktgbts and Interest- in
Germany is an international baxly
of nine members three Germans,
"According to his own statement, three neutrals (two from Sweden
p^rtment Otf.ce of German Affairs, he WM espei.iallv a c v e in the and one from Switzerland) and
IS-Vi T rllr cdr,ha"' special ewut of Berlin. He went to three from the Allied occupying
asked the Berlin Document Ccn- p^^ jn ]939 as af) ^^ |0 ,he ^ ,hc u& L-mtp() ^*
L ,? r,0pOy.' ,_ ___..,,.'Reich Protector. He lectured at dom and France. The Ccmmissinri
The Berlin C enter r*li^ the .^ Vmy an(] ^ ^ ^ ^ Uxlv
? a Rottenfuchrcr m the General s:s on c ntrovergie* arising out of res-
Iunit 1/108. titution claims from outside Ger-
"Dr. Arndt served as a sergeant niany includini: patent claims. The
in a German army artillery regi- German members are officially-
On Apr. 15, t h e Congress ad-
dreated an inquiry to William M,
Franklin. directir of the Historic-
al Office of the State Department,
requesting assistance in verify-
ing the report. Mr. Franklin pass
ed the inquiry to the State De-
"He began his career in Ber-
lin courts in the late 1920s and
won his Doctor of Law degree at
the University of Berlin in 1932.
He was an assistant at the Kais-
er Wilhelm Institute for Foreign
and International Civil Law from
1925 to 1939.
Department official forwarded in a
letter to Dr Prinz:
"Dr. Arndt joined the SS in 1933
No. 139931) and the NEDAP (Na-
tional Socialist Party) on Aug. l.
1P.",H No 8096192).
"He was also .1 member of the
Reich League of Civil Servants,
the N.it 1 mi.i1 Socialist Lawyer's
lx.i^ur and the Nazi Welfare Or
British Publisher Promises He Will
Chcnge His Dictionary Definitions
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Jews Protest
Swastika Stamp
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the sight Of the .<.>; iku in any
form Is offensive In the eatraane."
in Commons, Postmaster Ganer
..I Anthony Wedgi wot I Benn re-
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whe-
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Morris Linden, editor of the
Jewish Times of Glasgow,
brought the offensive definition
to the attention of C. K. Jones,
director of the firm. The official
declared that "the definition
horrifies me. It is completely in-
defensible."
Adding th.it "one cannot, ol
course, read every -mule defini-
tion m our dictionaries," he in-
formed the Jewish editor 'hat "this
will he put right -trai^ht away.
and I assure you 1 will see to II
that all reprints ol the dictkmai j
which has this offensive descrip-
tion w ill ix' renwM ed "
ment in the summer of 1939 and
again from February 19-13 on.
At an unknown date, he trail--
ferred to the Waffen-SS, where he
commissioned a Second Lieu-
tenant 111 1944
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sides over the appeals of Naii
victims in restitution cases in
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represents West Germany today
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Volume 38 Number 33
Friday. August 13, 1965
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Republicans Beat
The Wrong Horse
While we agree with the spirit
of the Republican Party criticism of
G. Mermen Williams, it seems to us
wrong to place the entire blame up-
on him. The "explanation" of the
Arthur Goldberg cppointment is
rooted in traditional State Depart-
ment attitudes that have little ii
thing to do with such liberal-mind-
er: men as Mr. Williams.
In fact, we would be delighted to
= ee the State E Ql populated
with many more such well-motiva-
ted persons as he.
The Re] Party i there-

i
e GCP I it-

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he is of wj
ArO Colleagues axe
Ii was with Dee's assistance
to be an expert c: ::. the U S. v
adeptly taking cur m
And ail the while, it wes the Republican
Party that stood cooiy by, applauding its chief,
a man who could do no wrong.
For the GOP todcy to heap the blame on
G. Mermen Williams is to do the supreme job
of sweeping political dirt way under the rug.
Inborn Bungling Nature
It is singularly amusing, after the untold
millions of words spent on the story, that after
more than two years of arguing over the pres-
ence of West German scientists in Egypt, the
country's dictator. Gamal Abdel Nasser, must
today view his jet and nuclear projects as
they fold before his eyes.
Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir made
the announcement of the presence of the sci-
entists in Egypt back in April, 1963. when she
charged Egypt with launching a military cam-
paign to destroy her country. This has been
the line all along, with the Germans, them-
selves, taking the miserable road of excuse
and explanation for permitting their natiorals
to work in Cciro.
Now it is the ..-.born but r.ature of
Arab nation that has

Being Mare Wakeful
The news report last week of a va :
ury of funds behind Nazi-inspired hate move-
ments throughout the world raises an old ru-
mor: that leaders of the Hitler Third Reich
came away with billions in the waning days
of World War II for precisely these reasons.
One such rumor several years aqo even
pegged the hiding place as being at the bot-
tom of a lake in Austria.
Whatever the truth of any such specu-
lation, the fact remains that continuing incen-
diary attacks in London against Jewish Houses
of Worship and desecration of Jewish ceme-
teries in West German cities suggests more
than mere coincidence.
The neo-Nazi movement has been a polit-
ical reality since unconditional surrender. We
do not go along that clowns like Georae Lin-
coln Rockwell, of the American Nazi Party,
are typical of the movement.
No Real Immunity
.
'-'--- >f the fence
among Jews in today's world.
Certainly, Jet ermarriaae has a far
different flavor in the U.S. than in Israel, con-
sidering the percentages particularly, and the
extent of removal of such marriages from the
Jewish mainstream in general.
Nevertheless, the repeated Israeli warn-
ings about trends among American Jews seem
less well-placed when so zealous a Jew as
Rabbi Blau takes the same road. We are com-
pletely aware of Jewish tradition surroundinq
the welcoming cf the convert to Jewry's midst.
But Rabbi Blau's move from Jerusalem to
B'nai B'rak suqgests that, despite tradition.
nnitive. Perhaps Orthodox
U henceforth find another formula
en it comes to discussina American Jewish
-res. The problem remains, but a different
epproach would seem to be indicated.
(ri'B'rts manuring rinsim)
Greater Integrity Needed
The newest wave of anti-Semitic inc:dents
in West Germany seems to be showing no let-
up. Memorials have been desecrated and
ties daubed with Nazi hate symbols.
-it government
..... Is are hot
: l
-it a people cs
-
or of Bcmburg
. .
has meanwhile offered a S5.000 reward for the
app:- .. of the perpetrators of t.
Officials have fmaiiy made an arrest, but
this aoes not mean they are any cioser to
solving the problem. To cell those responsible
madmen" and "perverted criminals" may get
nd of some of Prosecutor Ostheimer's frustra-
tions, but it does not help in the achievement
of new attitudes. Perhaps a greater inteanty
on the part of West Germany's citizenry might
be more helpful an integrity in the matter
or respecting the worth of others, includ.ia
Jews.
The arrest of Richard Wortak and his sub-
sequent suicide attempt this week '.hows the
sal nature of anti-Semitism as a disease
But tr.e details sur.-ou: ,re
P*' German. It that must be
treated.
during
(he week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
CHOULD THE Pro. lent of
^ the United Stat.-. mak
"Jewish" appointmrrits the
Supreme Court" Mr Johns*
will be the first to 6>nj that
A he Fortas. of Wathingtoa
D.C., was a "Jewish" ippoint
ment. He has alma |j ,),
dared, and several times that
in Fortas' case, the |o|
the man. I tend to ha\. -,,me.
thine of a jaundn
about the President's observation The relationship between him
and his appointee is too lone standing and too intimate for anyone
to buy so casual an explanation.
On the other hand. Mr Johnson 0OM not really have to oner
any e\plana>n at all To be sure, there are many judges sitt
ohi r benches, as well as practicing attorneys and profess
law. who could easily have matched Mr Fortas in sjajfJBbilit) and
competence This doe- not mean that, because Mr For1 is
variety of peers he was therefor, ineligible If the Ptestdem
compelled to continue rationalizing his choice, it is presumNv a
a consequence of two considerations One is that Fortas was net
chosen from a lower court bench which has generally been tl
tice and hence precedent but which can not clearly be
as a prerequisite
The other, and more probable reason, is that he seems mot
by a guilty conscience, the emit here involving Arthur Gold!
his appointment of the neu IN Ambassador, succeeding
Stevenson, the i I released number of -
ii terizing Mr Goldl erg as man f<"
t Abe Port
tly in the
tween the two thi 1
nvey l Congi
..
DID THE PRESIDENT
tice <
5

Ai
It is 1 ests thai th I
- in our
qi .. itj w:. ted : terms, i
; ; ortunit) com| I
adt.. aged I hit e upon i time
and still flexing its muscles, it was phy that rel
faint struggle now fully upon us it was, indeed, a naive view, much
like the one projected on television cowbot programs, which divide*
good and evil between those who wear the white and those who w<
the black hats.
yWITH THE CIVIL rights movement fully exploded, the north)
" self-righteous feeling that all racial -tnfe lay in the south be-
came ludicrous, particularly when SO much of the north sudden!)
emerged on the battlefield dressed in Mack hats, and when occasl
white hats could be found on the proud heads of more prudent south-
erners the President of the United States among them.
Been in historic terms, the i960 Presidential election (or the firvt
time smashed the pattern of entrenched rural Protestant political
power divided aloi raphic lines sectional interest) ami shift.':
the power to the nation's urban centers areas teeming with I i
poor and the downtrodden, mightih mm Protestant, frequcrth v
Occasionally Jewish: all demonstrating their strength on racial
ligious, blue and white collar, and national origin base.- -|-
interest
This stunning SOCiologic metafflor] n American afia:-
what gave John F;t/g.rald Kenned) his victory, however slim s
tory it was The change was, bowevei i oted and .
coming, it evolved; it did not seize u> oven Ight It could
u seen in the gigantic struggles over n in the schools
''' was less the issue than the ultimate Pi >t< i
det. rmination to reaffirn
While sectional interests ill at Ii

j? "JEWISH" APPC
.
all. A
the Ni ... |(
id) outdibU i .,,,
' A'h" *'"";" havi been i. akinj
tietl o ntury precedent beginning with J
might easil) point to Ambassador Goldberg aa i Btgn of i i
thi nation's continuing recognition of and esteem for th- I
eommun tj there would belittle if anything left to say; altl
Mr Goldbert assessment of the value no less than the powei
his appointment, was made eminently clear by his grudging ac<
ai.ee ot it.
Most!) then, one can not m met discard the question of equiva
'"" ">'"' ma beside the point or Mr J
1 motives, which are very ,.,!..,: to It What it
s thai Mi I .
edent either philosophical or
'< <* pointmeot as
i iG :
ration in -
u a well
Judge rortas ambition.
> i on t-fc..


Friday August 13. 1965_
t*y*istrhrUl^r
Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Beth E! Tickets
Only
Modern Ideas Attract the Young :!; !:I ;- -
thai tickets for the High Holy Days
EDITOR. The Jwi*h Floridian:
! wa interested to read Leo
Mindlu July 30 column UP**
. Aether or not civil rights
are an authentic expreaalon of Jew-
ish commitment. I do not agree
with his conclusion, but I do agree
*
EDITOR, The Jewish FlorWi.n:
Youi editorial on Tisha B'Av im.
phes tha we have reached, in ls-
, .i (Im Messianic age, or even
,|u ,! the M.-NMah. Your
conwxsnts indicate that .modern Is-
rael i- the answer to all our pray-
',.. : the rebuilding of the
already accomplished.
ToraJ Jewry i< aware of the
ades that are attached
Cultural Program
For Children at Y
Announced Here
\ unique year round Cultural
chmeni Program for can-
. : -i\ hai been announced
bj ti. \1 md vwiia of Greater
65O0 SW Bth St.
Exp re i" American and Is-
Iture iil be presented
active participation of the
folk dancing, drama.
oi> telling and the prac
cus oms and ceremonies
the level of the child,

that the question i^ one thai Is in
singly important for American
ji w%, not onl) t ecause it will affect
the relations of the Jewish commun-
mtv with the reel of the American
I.....|>le in general and the Negro
community in particular, but also
because it cannot but have a pro
to the restoration of a Jewish
homeland, but we are still far away
from the Messianic Era in which
Tiahs B'Av, as the day of mourn-
ing, will cease to be what it should
be
For your information, during the
Second Commonwealth of Judea.
When the Second Temple was built,
the people of Israel retained Tisha
B'Av as the day of mourning fi>r
the destruction of the First Temple.
Your editorial is hurting relig-
ious consciousness and is weaken-
ing religious hopes.
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Miami Baach

i n aintain the V's"
:
ei >t children adm tt
mitt '
Yelen
for Chil
.:. .t netl
i n d Fa
GO? Criticizes
Mennen Williams
For 'Explanation'
C:"tinued from Page 1-A
lams bj .
that I L'nited Stati -
an)
unk i- i
Wil ns called the c h a rgi
e
IU'| nr'. Farbstein a mem-
. 11 ... Foreign Affaii s
also criticiied the
- partment for finding it
to make "demanding
to Arab states regard-
ing tin anointment
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found effect on the degree to which
young American Jews consider
their Judaism relevant to the world
in which they are born and grow
up.
Phis was the point Mr. Polier
sought to make in his opening ad-
dress at the Dialogue and. in the
hope that you might tmd it of some
ii lerest, l a tach i copy of excerpts
from his address.
As Mr. Polier put it:
"The American Jewish commun-
ity cannot hope to keep the young-
er generation within the fold with
the weary repetition of outworn
phrases Only by being true to
those parts of our Jewish traditions
which are most relevant to today's
great issues; only by invoking
those aspects of our historical ex-
perience -,hat offer apt lessons for
today's trials, can we hope to at-
tract the young Jewish generation
ol our time.
"Racial equality, social justice,
the cause of peace these are is-
sues which Jewish heritage and
Jewish history have something
real, something apt. something
true to say to the nations of the
world and to our own young peo
pie."
RICHARD COHEN
Assistant Executive Director
American Jewish Congress
New York City
are now ready for distribution.
Zalis noted that registration for
Beth El'S free Hebrew School us
also in progress now.
According to Zalis. the congrega-
tion is undergoing extensive reno-
vation, including painting and pa-
poring, ceiling repair, and other
additions for member comfort.
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savings accounts ... accounts that grew over tha
years with regular additions and liberal dividends.
Now they have their nest-egg at Dada Federal
to rely upon.
Dade Federal savings account holders, many like
this Radiant Young Couple, enjoy the satisfied feel-
ing of knowing that their savings are growing steadily
... that they are building for the future. You, too,
can have that Dade Federal "feeling of security"-
open your insured savings account now. Since its
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paid liberal dividends on savings ... just another
reason why .. .You Can Depend on Dade Federal.
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?ace 6-A
f-Jenlrffhrtftor
Friday. August 13,
- Desalting Project
,TA Es- TW B unl r. I thi 0d
" project inwhich
nenU required f
.:; be I
I \ >N I x
. -.nient of a
[.la:'. *
beta ''"' ^"n,,mlc tachidlDj r rub.
..ni- tad rectkM eaa be ^ (p.. f sj,me w lU,r. ,,;
, red h> W2. jccordir
findings made known this
a meeting "f the Joint American-
Israeli Debiting Board
Studied
end f 1**', wkich mam ,1
would b* incorporated m J
for the propoMd Israeli scheewj
calling lor completion by H;j_
The maattng t<*>k i
** The ..-.. of Saline INI ,"n~^ """ "' l
r*W "' -Me S Dep.rtn.eal f -he Intel VS. JWM ,.. ,
week at fi,;; M,n .tart CO-WK ..on ei ->racl. team W headajl
During the course of his recent viait to West Germany at the
nvitation of Bonn, Dr. Max Nussbaum (left, chairmen of the
American Section of the World Jewish Congress, met with
Chancellor Erhard of Germany. Dr. Nussbaum had talks with
other leading officials and visited a number of major Ger-
man centers.
Jewish Migrants Benefit
From Immigration Bill
Continued from Page 1-A
Committee indicated strong sup-
l'i1 on the House floor. A com-
/ n bill is now before the Sen-
. te Immigration Subcommittee
v no difficulty is anticipated.
The measure ha been advocated
i ill major Jewish and liberal
non-Jewish organizations in the
I nited S;ate>.
Under terms of the national or-
i.in- ba H was meanwhile made known
that cooperation of America and
Israel in desalting will be expand-
ed, and that Israel will be tsked
to participate in basic studies in
the United State* \ complete ex-
ihaiue "t information will be
maintained between th<- two cun-
tries. Confidence in American in-
dustrial circles about the (easibil
ity of the Israeli project is espee-
ted to b >-t I v inaaatrtes con-
nected with desalting plant-.
The purpose of the Board's
meeting was the discussion of
the interim report submitted by
the Kaiser-Catalytic Co. This
firm conducted the feasibility
study that began in January.
1*65. The report was ratified by
the Joint Board. The Board found
enough data to support belief
that erection of the plant can be
achieved, within the contempla-
ted schedule, by 19 72.
CM Wesi t>aat
It will test various components
required for the Israeli proiect.
The data from these *?, it is
hoped, will be available by the
Kenneth lloliim. Aasi I $^
larj "f 'be Interior tor Water m|
r, took part, along uthotul
saline water and nuclear anthotu
tu? uf the IS Govern
On July 1, 1968, a ceiling of 17t,-
000 would be placed on immigra
tion from countries now assigned
quotas. Western hemisphere na-
tions, now allowed unrestricted
immigration, would not be af-
fected by the liberalized bill. A
maximum limit of 20.000 a year
would be imposed on admissions
from any on* nation.
The final report will be submii-
Outs.de the ceiling would be par- |ed bv Kaicr.'atal\tic bv the end
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION]
NOW REGISTERING FOR
NURSERY SCHOOL
AGES 3 thru 5 YEARS OF AGE
Main Krhool
I.W. 3rd AVENUE at 26th ROAD
nuvseotra.no* availahi on* also ro mom-mmm', ,
SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 30, 1965
FOR INFORMATION: CALL THE SCHOOL OFFICE 371 1882
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and western Europe, the "Anglo- ents. spouses and children of Amer- 0f .\0vember 1965 Experts will
Saxon" nations, are entitled to lean citizens. The bill would au- elaborate their study and have
n>o>: of the available United States thorize a total annual immigration deeded tn concentrate on a dual
visas. Many have gone unused by of about 340.UOO 170.4MO under
those countries, though persons in the ceiling. 120.000 from the West
e a s t e r n and southern European in Hemisphere, and 50.000 par-
t-'ur.tries have smaller quotas ents, spouses and children of Amer.
whkh are heavily oversubscribed. ican citizens.
purpose nuclear plant, expected to
provide 2oo megawatts of electric-
ity and 100 million gallons of de-
salted water per day.
;----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------It ws estimated that a capital
J^^*^,^*VVVV%%^^S'S^I^%%^S*^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^*^A^^^^^ ia nil maul of sisouooouu t<> $175-
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
NOW REGISTERING FOR
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
I \|>.niciV<] South Miami llr.-imh
77th AVENUE and S.W. 104th STREET
rneor Palmetto Bypass Jo. Waft Hwy.,
Offering full 6 Year Curriculum & Bar Mirzvah Instruction
>l;iiii School
S.W. 3rd AVENUE at 26th ROAD
Same fully Licensed Faculty Will Teach at Both Schools
SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 30, 1965
FOR INFORMATION: CALL THE SCHOOL OfFICE 371-1882
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
Conservative
"North Dade's F r*l S,nagog^e 4 School"
1051 NO. MIAMI BEACH BLVD. (143rd St.)
North Miami Baach
PHONE: Wl 7-7528
DR
MAX A LIPSCHITZ,
RABBI
Abraham J. Gittelsen, Educ D.r
Rebecca Kay.
Kindergarten Director
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR NURSERY THROUGH
CONFIRMATION AND HIGH SCHOOL.
MEMBERSHIP BEING ACCEPTED AND
RESERVED HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS DISTRIBUTED.
ENTIRE COMMUNITY INVITED TO
SPECIAL LATE FRIDAY SERVICES
AUGUST 20th and 27th at BIS P.M.
; 000.000 will be required for this
plan to obtain fresh water at a
cot of 26 cents to bo cents per
thousand nations, based upon in
tenet of between 5 and 10 percent
The feaaibllit) study will pur^ i
further research tor more detailed ^AA**I**'***I****************^****^^*^^^^^^^^V'***
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i
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data concerning the various given
factors: and application.
Labor Day Picnic
For Dante Fascell
Annual Labor Da) punk, hoaor-
nan Dante B FasceU,
\ ill be held Sept 6 ..! Crandufl
Park Some 1O.0M person are ex-
pected to attend Miami Beach
Denocrati apaintad to head eiri
oonamtteea an Allen Gold
lS*l'v''''v>'*l''>'**'*'**''*^^ berg, finance. /A-\ \\ Koeaa, ar-
rangements; Charles Mawyea,
transportation: M j \ Aifaihuu-r.
decorations; and David M. Stem,
loa.
Peter f Heller, who was Miami
Beach campaign manager for
Cong. Kascell in ttu- laat election,
will coordinate the Beach group!
MANU-
SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL
Of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
OPENING DAY AUGUST 30th
llU.lSTI.lt X0W!
COMPLETE NURSERY PROGRAM IN MAIN AND NORTH
BRANCH BLDGS. HALF-DAY KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM
ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT GRADES 1-5
C0nra,ve Synagoau. Day School Comb.n.ng O.n.r., stud,..
with Hebra.c and Religion! Inatruct.on .
Fulfill,n0 the h,ah.t .tandard. required by the Oade
County Board of Public ln.truct.on ,a ,h. Sta. 0, F1#,jd,
TUITION INCLUDES ALL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
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For Further Information Call:
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| Cordially invites you to worship with us in our
j traditional up-to-date services during the
High Holy Days
Conducted by
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| assisted by well-known cantors
Tickets available at 1545 JeHerson Ave or call JE 28592
Akysch Perl, frtsidtmt. Khe,,r, fiee.ti.l iecrefa>rr, ,
1 AM: 1. A|renew, Correlpii, Secretary.
ritt
*
THE SYNAGOGUE BEAUTIFUL
Cordially invites the Jewish Community
to worship with us during the
HIGH HOLIDAYS
Where can you listen to the inspiring
and learned sermons of
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN ? ? ? ?
e-a LiJET-a?" y en|y ,he hevenly voice of
CANTOR SAMUEL VIGODA and CHOIR???
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1532 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Resen* Your High Holiday Seats
Office hours 10 a.m. to 7 p m
Telephones: 534-0271 or 534-1004
(",^,,*n v.^^-itsaLatw*"^^ nvr-'iii^
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Hy. August 13. 1965
*Je*lsti fhrldHin
Page 7-A
* ^
Jewish Federation and Combined Appec
Allocate $1757,651 to 38 Organizations
i
knle

Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greenberq.
mi Beach, is shown receiving the Leadership Medal of
National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs from Benjamin
vitz, president of the Temple Menorah Men s Club, pre-
d to her for excellence in scholarship and meritorious
ice to the Temple.
f S Appoints Executive Committee;
loves Offices into New Quarters
. i.i ura Charles P I
In .i. a .-!i Vocal ion Set
n n unced the afi n< y's fi
e Comakittee me* I
i last week in tli<- B
Miami Jewish
.'111.
\, of n Corn
i i enl Kcinl
president, Sam .1 Hei
|n; vice 1 n s, Dr Edward
ox Marshall S Hen is, Charles
rvci: hikI Min.rt Rothchild;
reUry, Mrs Meyer a li.i-
stant teontary, Mr- sirinr>
is. treasurer, S Ronald
and ssisl in! reasurer, Dr
|rl 1. Wiener,
rh Executive Committee 4is-
\ new progi am t ill be initiated
with the Florida Indi^ rial Com-
'. dilation of work
tential <>t persons involved in
..in situations
1. ii>' a< 1 mpli*hed ihr ugh thi
riliti
Mi'
\ 1 .inlionn< < w as thai
he agent \ has 1 banned 1' s ad-
onaolicUted .ill it> per-
. Ueai S3 18 ME tad Aw
Tin- Jewish Vocational Sewice 1-
a beneficiary asjesMi *>i Hie Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, as
v.ell a- .1 member of Manning Council <>i Dade ouniy
Eateative director is l>r. Michael
Guodiuan.
-.si ,1 suoh matian ^ tin- -
involvement ui Uu- Economic
irtunity Prefrarn and a i>hm- foth Ktlesh Holy Doys
ir the \ ", atlonal rehabilita-
ol hi- emotionally disturbed
nl recently discharged from a
hospital Committees for the
also appointed at the
Announcement that the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
Combined Jewish Appeal allocated
tl,757,65] to :t agencies at home
anil abroad for 1%5 was made
Wednesday by Joseph M. Lipton,
president of the Federation, and
David It Fleeman, chairman ol the
Budget Committee.
T.he amount is the largest given
by the Federation since 19>0 and
includes (312,571 from the United
Fund of Dade County lor three
Federation beneficial-) agencies.
Lipton said that the United
Jewish Appeal and its agencies
in Israel and 30 countries over-
seas were the largest single ben-
eficiary. UJA received $559,779
in 1965, an approximate increase
of 8 percent over 1964.
Lipton announced that the local
Miami community agencies re-
ceived 'h<- following amounts: Y.M
, ar.d YWHA of Greater Miami. $214.
fl6.; Jewish Family and Children's
Service, $172,835; Mount Sinai Hos-
pital. S149.0OO; Bureau of Jewish
Education, $80.Xt7; Jewish Home
for the At-ed. S.S8.771: Jewish Vo
rational Service, 050450; and Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
1 "00.
" ^though 'he increases of Fed
elation s local agencies were of a
minimal amount, they will permit
Federation's agencies to continue
their lull scale of existing programs
the hi.h level of communal ser
tor whi.'i they have become
l ipl m stated
\ special increase was granted
1 ommittee to the
I'M i I YWHA Ih1-
,. Ii i 'ii.'I op
ting funds for new progr
:. neceSS result oi
the recent move into m idem and
enlarged facilities which was done
by the "V" after a (oint studj by
Federation and the community cen-
ter agency.
Fleeman emphasixed that the
bulk of increased funds raised in
1965 by Combined Jewish Ap-
peal was allocated to the United
Jewish Appeal in accordance
with 1 budgetary formula that
has been in existence for a num-
ber of years.
The Budget Committee chair
man also noled that for the first
tune the committee reviewed ap
plications lor agencies by lunc-
tional fields rather than by the in
individual agency.
Fleeman explained that this en
ables the committee to cxamim
the needs of families and individu-
als through fields oi service, which
in man) cases are represented bj
more than one Federation agency."
Miami PR Man
Is Co-Moderator
Ron Levitt, public relations con
sultant. was named a co-moderat
or for the closing session of the
Public Relations Society of Amer
ica convention this week in Denver.
Levitt, president of the Florida
Chapter of I'RSA spoke during the
Counselors Section meeting at the
convention, session designated for
some 5uo ol the leading public il-
lations counseling Burns in the
nation.
In addition to the Florida Chap
ter presidency, Levitt was recent
ly elected to a three \ ear term as
his chapter's delegate to the pro
fessional group's nal ional as
bly. He will assume this position in
\ew York City in November
Ladies" Auxiliary of the George
Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pyth-
ias, will hold the first general
meeting of the new term on Mon
day. 8 p.m.. at Surt-ide Coiiununiu
Center Mrs GU8tave Fister. i>a-t
president, National Dade Chepte
Cerebral Palsy, "ill he guest
speaker
Cedars Fourth
Anniversary Ball
Cedars oi Lebanon Hospital's
fourth anniversary ball and dinm
dance has been set for Satu
evening, Nov. t>. at the Dora I
Beach Hotel, according to Harr>
L. Lewis, hospital president,
our annual black ne affair
honor new as well as veteran trus
tees." Lewis said.
A nationally-known show person
ality will be featured a' 'ne dinm
which will be m the Starlight Rool
ot the Doral
Cedars of Lebanon > lot ate
the heart "f Miami's ci\ ic and 1
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Friday. Auqust 1"
1965
Fcge 8-A
Miamian Tours Behind Iron Curtain
By LEO EISENSTEIN
Judaism is a burden to the
everywhere in Eastern Europe
young jews have alienated them-
today.
That is the conclusion I reached
after traveling for several weeks
:n every Communist satellite
country in Eastern Europe with
the exception of tiny. Inaccessible
Albania. The story was the same
wherever I went: Ambitious
young jews have alienated them-
selves reluctantly, perhaps -
lie, the Ji wish
munity, and every other as-
life, To do other-
, ..lumber them-
ma that could
their academic or
fessional p r o g ress in their
Communist dominated h o m e-
lands.
At the same time, the older
generation, decimated by the
Nazi's barbaric sweep through
Eastern Europe, copes valiantly
with inadequate and depressing
facilities ; o preserve whatever
can be preserved of Jewish tra-
dition in state-financed syna-
gogues that exist only at the suf-
ferance of the Communist author-
ities.
Exodus to Israel
The only ray of light on the
Eastern European scene today
from the Jewish point of view
is that there is an exodus, smail
but continuous, to Israel. I could
see evidence of this in Israel,
which I visited for the third time
since its independence, in thai
there are more new immigrants
from Eastern Europe there today
than ever before.
In fact, on each of my visits i
was delighted to find more of my
own relatives from Rumania
I could see why they were com-
ing by the situation in Rumania
today. The picture at the syna-
gogue in Bucharest was bleak
and depressing. The only Jews in-
side were aged and infirm people.
There was no youth to inject
spirit and vitality into the prayer
services.
Ironically, the regime, as in all
Communist countries, is extreme-
ly scrupulous about emphasizing
the Nazis" destruction of Jewish
communities. O n e of the Nazi
atrocities is memorialized on the
wall of the Bucharest synagogue
by a plaque on which the names
of 200 children killed by a Ger-
man bomb are listed.
Going Home Again
But Rumania's young Jews
who survived Hitlerism are not
to be seen in or rear the svna-
gogue They gel along better in
the post-war revolutionary'" mi.
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: : I ...: Eu iftne-ni
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j founder .. M ami
Jewish .d< all currently
j member of its Execute >
H( u a :..-
and li-- been on evi
Federation's ma k t
A :\.
the Miami
Board of Realtor!
Realv i th< I'm b
ti<
I
Curu
lieu if they stay away and avoid
identifying themselves too close-
ly with the Jewish community.
It occurred to me while l wai
in Bucharest thai "
good ideal
l W8s born Darabani n
,',an 300 miles to the
smack en the Soviet Dorter
I jaj i( occurred to me then
,se i knew there cou
be many p 0] ft in Dan
who would remember mj ram-
ilvs departure fcr America -
veai -
v,,. made the trip anyway.
car .""I with
:
though [was
.
... i
II
the town was d nplei l>
Two world wat res hat.
altered it beyon I "n v
cept for the G "!l dox I i
the.lral which still stood in the
center of town.
only one person actuallj re-
membered mj family and oui
relatives whom we left behin'l
He was a Jewish b a rber who
worked in a state-owned barber
shop.
Sites of Interest
All in all. we spent DO more
than 45 minutes in Darabani,
since it would have been impos
sible to find a hotel there We
made an attempt to reach the
Jewish cemetery before leaving,
but found the road sea f mud
after a rainstorm and preferred
not to risk getting stuck en
route.
In neighboring Hungary, it was
a variation on the same theme,
although I found the people freer
to speak.
People there often told me
"things are much better now
-inee the revolution." The) were
referring to the abortive Hungar-
ian revolt against Soviet domin-
ation in 1956.
The government takes pains to
point out to tourists both sites of
Jewish interest, BS well M re-
minders of the Nazis' anti Jew-
ish atrocities
,., Wh0 showed n
. the section
, thai wMBMdtWji
tto during world War H.
I essedthal "the ghetto wa
created bj Hitler"
He also pointed out the 22
raves in the courtyard ol Buda-
posts 106-yei
I Their n,
,., m marble on we
1
Ei.thplaceof Heal
' horal
Syni

a Jev
room i- devoted to the
Sazi atrocities. II
ters rrom the late President
R !(... ; an I fi >m thi le King
Gus'.av ol S eden pleadii
arj wartime col!
rveramenl to spare the Jews.
The pleas fell "ii deal
I found a state-operated Jew
itfl museum in Prague. Ciechosk)
i. too. n I .
i.ooo yean oM
Kemindei of i:
re kept there too
i w.iiu are cove
the r.amei of 77 140 o|
(".echo Jewish \ ictimi
Wreaths are place corner of the tynagi
the holy ark once sti
lv by tourists troni the
maniei.
iVtli,
While I was there,
entered dres
fashion of youthful Ge
Isti wearing shorts at
ing a knapsack on then
Pert ipa I was (
I asked Um m point bl
thej w." e doin
Apparently, they i
lew h. I' I
contritely ih it
iwrew how )<
con : i end to apeak to
after his na
Pressed further the )
| he is studj ing
in the iiiu\ei-:t\
learning the Hebrew
well
It u t far ai
.i, m sh life goes in Prag
iv \ irtuall) none The -
i mainly a museum pit
1 "Mth
young
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|ay August 13. 1965
knlffinrridTHtr
Page 9-A
ermans Deny Spy Charges
Mrs. Lotz testified she had been
.. lookout for her husband while h"
Auxiliary Card Party
Continued from Page 1-A
knnssmann Steel Company of
Itetdorf, testified that reports
had sent to his company on-
po'itical and economic
information on ;i secret radio
in the Lotz home In Cairo she add-
hi he bad been an un-
ever agent for the North At-
l: ntic Treat) Organisation, she tea
He conJended tnat uch material to charges he had sent the Dussel tifled she had not known about the Mrs Sara GeUer and Mrs. ix-e
was part of report.- usuall) sent dorf firm defense secrets charge that he had spied for Israel. Kishman.
tained
dot*.
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+Je#istncrMtori
Friday, Augu?- (|
in i
r>i
Tensions Mount Over Bonn Envoy
Hffvivon "I NMl no- The Israel annoum
tl(|l. ca-lpalgn, to all matter- re nU> bawd m I
in self llt| Ha Ming to Nailsm,
firsi diplomatic representative- to Miaaion In Cotogn.
n i
TEL AVIV (JTA) Tei
continued in Israel this week over
the presence oi an advance
or the staff ol the planned West
German Embassj and over the ex-
pected arrival of the first We*
German Ambassador to Israel and
the Embassy counsellor.
The advance gVOtip consisted Ol
Herbert Kradt. w. Steinleltner and
14. Sedloacer, who took temporary
quarters at (he Sheraton Hotel
i Police posted a 2A hour guard
ie hotel The west German of-
ficials said they expected the ar-
rival of Ambassador Rolf Pauls
a d Counselor Alexander Toeroek.
Israeli officials chose the Is-
rael Police Band to play the West
German national anthem when
Pauls presents his credentials,
but some other band will have to
perform. All musical instruments
of the police band were de-
-.troyed in a fire in the band's
toilding. Police began an inves-
tigation to determine whether
To Join as Delegate
M r s. M a \ A f f i c h i n e r,
president of the 1. R. Goodman
Business and Professional Group
o.' Hadassah, will join the proup of
. Beach delegates to the an-
nual Hadassah convention at the
rf Astoria in New York City,
b> Vug. 15.
the fire was accidental or delib-
erate.
The envoy and the counselor con
tinued to be ubjects ot attention
both in Israel and West Germans
Israel Foreign Ministry sources
said that tin- Foreign Ministrj ha I
I,, pied Dr. Toeroek as counsel-
or alter clearing him of rumors ot
hem- linked wi.h the Nad period
Ihe sources -aid that he was never
a member of Die Na/i Party or of
its conn er-p.;rt in Hungary wax n
he served as a Hungarian diplomat
during the war. The check showed
that he had never been Involved In
anj actions against .lews.
At the same time, the West Ger-
man !" reign Ministry denied In
Bonn that Toeroek had been in
\ol\ed in any way with the Nazi
program of deponinu Hungarian
.lews to death camps. The Bonn
Ministry confirmed reports that the
former Hungarian diplomat, who
me a naturalized German cil ,.
,/,-n m 1950, served in Hungary's______
Berlin Embassy during the tune
the s'azia were murdering Jews b>
ihe thousands
The reports emanated from Is-
rael arousing further opposition
there to the presence of the West
Germans. But the Ministry said
Toeroek had no relationships of
any kind with either the Naii
Party or the Hungarian Fascist
Party.
Tht> diplomat himself denied 'he
reports, telling the Jewish Tele
-rapine Agency: "i have n evei
been a Nazi. I was never associat-
ed with any political right wing or
Fascist group."
But a number of West German
newspapers contended that the
West German Foreign Ministry
should have been more alert to the
tensitivitj of Israeli Jews, many ol
complete investiga
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COU BllKIN CANS GRilN WORSE
SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL GAMES IN TEL AVIV AUC. 23-31
lami Sport Stars Off to Maccabiah
War on Poverty
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u for I-mrt noxt week to
Cnl the I'niled States at the
kbilh < lames scheduled for
13 to 3] in Tol Aviv,
kded among those leaving
Hinil pl.iyns. boxers swim-
g I ft -. Ii.i^kctball player-
Ifleman.
Drdinsj t<> loeal commute
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i,i lamol, aoa of the bi \
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mi trill he (."> c iMMed
the trip to the l.t s'-i
nee In i*i More Hum M
from throughout the United
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Chjriei Cans, uho was the
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Miami Beach High School
BTeam In 1961. he was run-
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AGUDATH ACHIM. 6205 Co in, Av
OrthoOoK
V
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AGUOATH ISRAEL NOI Canyie Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi IHM En-
AHAVAT ShTlOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW *7th Ave Oorthodo
Cantor Israel Kershner.
ANSHE EMEs" 33 SW Itth Avj.
Conservative. Emanuel KushelewU.
president.
BETH DAVID K25SW 3rd Ave^_ Con.
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lipson.
ual -
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
15 Ab 6:39 p.m.
lor Jac* Lerner
ClBan HEBREW CIRCLE OJ MI-
AMI V*2 .vasnnjton A.e Ortno-
Rabbi Dov Roienc*
FLAGLER GRANADA V NW SHl
P C nservat.ve Rabb, David Ros-
enteld. Cantor George Goldberg
BETHEL 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho- BETH VOSHE CONGREGATION HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI i<
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sch.ff. -J6J0 W. Done Hwy. Conservative. Joh,0n St Conserv.it.e Rabb.
----- Rabbi Ricnard Ma.rcov.tz. Cantqr snap"o Cantor vehudan
BETH ISRAEL 711 4TJth St. Ortho-
dox. Rabb' Berel Wem.
Friday 6 ; m B
mfort or Col
BETH JACOB. 30' Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Seymour Hmkes
Heiorjun.
BETH TriLAH. 935 Eucud Ave Or HOVESTEAO JEWISH CENTER Itn
tnodox. RaDbi Joseph E RacKovsky St M0 ,,etead Conservative Can
... ...- tor PincuS A'oof.
BETH TORAH 164th St and NE '1th #
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip- ,SRAELlTE CENTER 17 SW th
achita.
baum.
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
IETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th A,, | ]'.'
St Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu
T Sw ri. Cantor Lou>s Cohen.
Hebrew Lesson
nf (23) ntf^ onfcs
i*> nrwi
The Twnty-Thr in the Boat
A visitor to the Military Ceme-
ters on Mount Herzl in Jcru
sees a monument in a special fonn:
w -,
.- s\ Mrs
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE '532 Washington Ave
O-thoflox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
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KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 KuClid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Se'f
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a stone in the shape Of a boat. am.
in it l- a small pool In the pool an
the names of 23 young men Along- *">'' .
side each name is the age and miami beach etz chaim
countrj from which the person ;^:",Vtr^Yf..i0r,h3d" ""*
_.*- -.- ----. v^-- Ab-anam strassfeid
n j 7a in ifuJlB K^S'J came The ) ngesl h 17; while
Ihri'l'l.-'ui. li MiNYONAIRES CONGREGATION
l lie who .....ks into the
ma 7=k .aroa mrra
nan .i thej .ire tremb in t
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tirSan nan7a wa ni rrn
: we Kimu onlj i'ii- the i!i-.'-'
D'lirrn .1941 riC^a n*" ri happened before the brave fight- v.".**-
- er> succeeded in fulfilling the dan- Macn'" C'"'0' Abraham RtiMmn
fjrnc'n? D"pia vn f"iN"3 rous task.
.D'SXJn 1J] n7L"D 7-3 (Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith)
""W n"9V3 "lW Beth~Dovid
rvr-nrr nij7S lap .(vra ki n x
n nViin w wfci Now Reg,stenng
u V If Q u^ Wn ;f Beth David Congregation Relig-
.fiPD^n 3*,iXn '"us Scno"1 is Pn tor registra-
'' t tion in all of its departm its from
i31inn DHinS (23) J*3 nursery through high school.
Beth David has expanded its
Dn Slrlra niDCa n7l*D7 Branch School at 77th Ave and
mi
rn
D' So Miami Raform Rabbi
the Nazis The ... ,-.. ru n
. .
.'PLE BEf" E L
.
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.. thej iel

in a 1 tor bi .' !:. i' i| i wer

Nazis wan)
base The young men want.
storage )
the task and "^."'^ p-'
,,,
tor David Com
1 ne knov u h i) pened to them. ]
Did tl -
in the sea? Wi re Ihey kille I?
TEMPLE D'NAI SHOLOM "800 NW
TEMPLE BETH TOV 6418 SW Bth
SI Conservative Rabbi Zevi Crn.
wild.

TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing,
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Ad'er
''
I i in Mm.!.
;. in
i.-i,- s,^ qlftev-nk nJL, SW 104,h St The branch now of-
11373 701) ,TID,-Ip7 WT fers a complete s.x-vear Hebrew
n '^noa .vto-irroa ffSE ,Bar ani Bas Ml,z" ^KUiraiKS *ttt
- *? l Tf van instruction, With opportun- owiti Cantor Edward Kiem
O'SKaHl D'7n3 CD] 'lOnn i,',,s'"v''rv,'"1,h<'ch'l(lren,s choir
'": .,-. or be trained as a junior cantor :s T*Mpi-E ner tamio oth st and
,~m D'D3 QV DVH7 1ST PJ "f the music program. ^ RVrbh'rE^qyeneMLa;Vvn,.,TcVn-
| The same highly-qualifit-d teach- *<>' Saui h Breeh
riX fSID? 1X1 D'Timn en will instruct at both the branch
_u,,-u,. -.. ,._ and the main school Thev are ful- T^,MPL5 OR 0LOM conserv,t v(
H^D7 IKS; DH .DDin 'JOt a l> .,,-,,,..,1 with many years of ex- SSJ^^ofc 8JSf
n?n ni-T iw siTn vS> P*nce The same high standards .
,v,_\ uuj IV .nig K.I will thereby be maintained at Ixjth temple sina. of north m,ami
.nr\b rnj? na yir ^-x t-k st'h""ls *'"* R'bb
wae axn roniK ron dxh
p-i ?DriiK inn cxn ?d-3
nnjp jioxn sO"nv i:x rxt
D's^axn D-orrlVntf -jo1?
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY PORTION VAETHANA*
Hear 0 towel rhe Lord our God, the Lord i
(De
mT
Thee
ion at
ne Bi
3S
\ VETHANAN The portion beglna with M
. .,., the Promtaed Ud. an
; ,; uarI1, Ute cfcUdwn of Israel a. I I
'". ealling their attention to their >,..
.nd mission Did ever a people hear the voice of .,
ut 0f the BUdsl Of U t Ore. U thou hast heanl. and li ,
God sssayed to |0 ind take H.m a nation from the mid, I
another nation, by trials, b> signs, and b> wnnd.-r>. .,: .. *1*
?n a mighty hand, and hy an i^ arm ., ng *
,,rrors according to all that the Lord your Cod did for ^J
MU,o,ethl,,e>,.-' Dent MMJ^ JJ*.
Moses sett aside three cities of refuge on the
the Jordan He repeats the Ten Commandments. ,, |
variations for the purpose of clantv The l.rst seel
Shema begiB* Thou shall love the Lord thy God
heart M and ending And thou shall write them upon the doc,
Dost> of thv house, and upon thy gates, is in this p.
M?). Moses urges the Israelites to show no,men>
Canaanite nations
\nd when the Lord thy Cod shall deliver them before Uu,
and thou shall smite them, then thou shall utterly destro) thea
thou shall make DO covenant with them, nor show
them neither shall thou make marriages with them thy dau,
ter thou -halt not gixe unto his son. nor his daughter snarl a*
take unto thv son For thou art a holy people unto tl
thv God the Lord thy God hath chosen thee to be Hi
ure out of all peoples that are upon the face of the MTtl
7:2.61 Finally. Mows stresses the need for strict obser. ^^
the various ritual i-otnmandments ccOM
odea)
This rtcountir.9 of th. Weekly Portion of rh. Law cnm
traded and bad upon "Trv. Graphic History *f th, j,1# omg.
Meritaso" oditod by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $1S Publish,, h#) N
Shenoold. and th volume if availablo at 27 William St Nr, ne fr
York S, N.Y. President of the society distributing, th. .oivrr., sn fBj
it Joseph Schlang.
_. roble
if a
iuca
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
----------------- fter i
iho
Mill
toni
dvai
-h ye
Decalogue and Slit
Twin Poles of Juclaisnp
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 137 NE 19th St R,form Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Pilermo Aye.
Liberal-Reform. R.ibbi Morr,, Kip-
per
: in I. ,-
Kill ..rn-
m-aViy nnay rna nxxina)
prepared l
operation mih the Greater Mi
jmi Rabbinical Aitociation
"f f?jturf> ap-
pearing here i>
Dl< MAX LIPSCHITZ
.riJSpSn PriUl IfaJfr o/ Bfll. T
lion ,if Nforth Miami
^sbhi
D..ni M Lowy Cantor Ch-t Gale
1 '

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 C
th Ave H.aleah Conservative

TFMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamor, A.
Conservative Cantor Ben D.ckson

TEMPLE Z.ON 8000 M.lier Rd Con.
servative Rabb, Alfr,d Wa.man.
Reach
TIFERETH ISRAEL
Av, Conservative
Wermck.
MO N Mum,
Rabbi Mrnry
YoU,hG, ISR*EL > ne ma st
Orthodo,. Rbbl h,rv,,n tUubtr8'
By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Tempi* Oi Ciom
s of
Americans i
I ilii
taiti^ Ihe Ti
'

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lt .i K.'Cbl APRIl
Jew Ish pra) er Ihe Shema \n
the national
television audience the religious
object thai adorned hii chest This
dispute w a- no) bet een I i i ab
I is Or la> Uit .ill e\
change of dialogue b) professioo
al entertainers, popular comedians.
Both of thase scriptural texts.
the Decalogue Ten Command-
ments) and our declaration oi faith
in an ethical monotheism i tlie She
Workmen's Circle
Schools Register
Ben Swire, chairman of the I.
L. Peretz Workmen's Circle School*
in Greater Miami, announced that
rt gistratiofl hn opened fr the new
school term Starting on Sunday.
Sept 12. at to a m School No. 1
will be held M 13)5 SW 3rd St
School No '.' will Ih- held at the
VM and YW1IA. 8500 SW 8th St
Classe- will Commence there on
Monday. Sepl 13. at t p.nv
children age ; oi more are eli-
gible for enrollment They are
taught to speak, read, and write
Yiddish. Hebrew, to appreciate
h litei iture, Uatorj. leasllng
persooalkies and periods, the
meaning of Jewish holidays, folk
songs and flk lore 'live Jewish
holidayi are celebratad
Currentlj being considered is the
formation of ;in adult class in Yid-
dish at either school.
Registrations are bnlng taken bv
Workmen"! Circle of Greater HI
ami. t0 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach.
in this

0 1

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th ai
k
j
I
Shei
recttoi I
the) .i
action \s .i
i ..
. i life the lattei
the goal of the I
The 9tema in ihe 'dj
fleets our creed in tat.
ator, Hi- Unitj and i
brotherhood of mai *9
to be fulfilled Lei u> _
|y, fill the me/u/ot
and souls with th- SI .^
hands and minds with the
mandanenta
Ord
cao|
ph
com
in i
^v-
\
.?
young Israel Collegia p
CoUetfiatei
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Young Israel
Stage a pool party Sal
at the Strath Haven li
Ocean Dr Youn "i
i ut the area are lnvit >|
In charge of informant. -"' T3
\ictor and Judah Ever
Beth Shirah ,
Ladies on TV
Temple Beth Shirsl
will appear on the Stll S
television program n
the Greater MUml k,
ition on Sunday, I
R'CKT Ch 7.
Rabbi Morris 9(0P
leader of Heth Shirah 1
moderator in a diacussiori
of the Jewish Woman Todaj
Participants will incl
David Steinberg, president J>l -
terhewd. and Mesdames t
KobuLson. Ted Wayne, Bea i
kin. Harvey Cohen, William tm
me.er. and Bernard KnedUno
(fl-vris nv
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:ation Bureau
is Expansion
iree Areas
[educational areas of expan-
now being scheduled by
reau of Jewish Education,
Inc to an announcement by
Cohen, Bureau president.
most serious problem fac-
Jewish schools of today is
tk of qualified and trained
rs.'" he declared. "In the
he Miami area was able to
teachers from the North
traction being sunshine and ,
ible salaries.
y, with salaries soaring
pr communities, the Miami
fction is gona. Tha Bureau's
' important task for th cam-
tar wil1 a tha training, lo-
ot Jewish teachers so vi-
[ needed in this area.
|c<\ the Bureau's College of
Studies will become pri-
., teacher training school,
|ni; tllC nciessan COUTSM
brew. Sunday School, and
JdoI leachers t<> qualify for
under the Bureau's various
oi teacher license, with
I through the Bureau's
oi l.i > nsa tviognized i)\
Board oi License "f
v ciation foi Jew
n
m -ii-i thai another se
I Bureau v......, is il
fish
\

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Bui
expan
jun-
i|

.(ill
e emphasis on uen< ral
Ithan Hebrew studies for
who have not shown
my in the Hebrew lang-
^| third area involves adult
education. The Bureau is
German Churchmen Meet to Talk
About Christian-Jewish Relations
i
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RABBI
OrSaln-tt cirgi'r of Doctor ofPhii-|
oeeaaty. good ipeaker. D every!
pHeee rabbinical, congregational, I
ceaMBimji icliviiici is interested!
OBn^l challenging pulpit.
S.F., lax 2973, Miami 33101 I
.
Left to right are Sam. Reinhard and Oscar Mamber, cc-chair-
rri'en Gf the Board of Admissions, discussing the Hebrew Acad-
emy's coming school year. Other members of the board in-
clude George Kimmel. Prof. George Pickar. Irving Steinlaul.
Jerry Schechter, Jerome Bienenfeld. Dr. Matthew Zuckerman,
Irving Firtel, Hank Penchansky, and Harry Genet, chairman
of the Budget and Finance Committee.
now planning to review tha en-
tire scope of adult Jewish edu-
cation in Greater Miami. A re-
cent meeting of community rep-
resentatives called for this pur-
pose revealed the need of a cen-
tral resource for Jewish program
planning in all organizations,
and p.irti-ularly the need of
tr.ii-n :n of needed adult Jewish
education instructors.
Bun mptins
i '

Beth Am Registration
Registration is now being taken
the Temple 11-t ri Am office fur
Religious a d Hebrew School. Tern
pie Beth Am offers weekend Re-
lien Sal ii daj and
Sum ly for a cl ses starl
km' h confii
. Hei w
eld on Vlondaj i
ons
THereth Joe:
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Art Asked i.' Aiti
FOR ADVICE
9lL KNOWN CANTOR
rofer Miami wants engage j
for High Holidays, er year-
position. Has served as Can-
past 12 years. Please call
-3353; after S call 374-0816
RABBI I
rd, colleqe grad.. univ. ale-1
sod spraker, versed in every |
. of rabbinical A conqrega-
aetivili*s is interested in n I
iiglnj pulpit. Writ: K.O. c o|
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"We must try to find a common
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lations with the Jewish people.
Prof. Helmut Gollwitzer. told the
session:
"The very existence of Israel
' "'"of of th* existence of won-
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tenlstfkrldton
Friday, Anm;---
fHY. Thmg* Bv DR. SAMUEL SllVER
Image of the 'Yiddishe Mamme' in U.S. Toda
.t _____. i oldest Zionist Organization of America still thriw
A PHENOMENON of the publish-
ing business is the fact that th.'
booklet. 'Wow to be a Jewisn
Mother."' has -made"" the best-
seller list. The n e w best-seller
might be more accurately entitled
"How to Poke Fun at a Jewish
Mother."
For what it does is to perpetaate
the stereotype of the somewhat
oversized European style -Yiddishe Mammc.
more interested in her daughter's marriage than in
anvthing else.
When this type is not talking about nuptials,
it's food which occupies her attention. There are a
thousand |0kes which point up tfifi putative absorp-
tion In one of them, the son
Into' the house, bleeding from
- She looks at her son and
comes staggering
some injury, and
has been kidded by the
yt ling. "Mom' Help me!"
-avs. "'First, eat!"
' The "Yiddishe mamme'
l.ibitzers. one of whom now finds himself on the beat-
seller list. She has also been sentimentalized by tne
songwriter! who dwell upon her unshakable fidelity
But the real Jewish mother of today deserves flit
ferent treatment. It is wrong to generalize, of course,
but manv modem Jewish mothers actually work
harder todav. despite the labor saving devices.
than did her predecessor. And many of them de-
serve praise for their incredible fealty not only to
their families but to a host of important endeavors
cause like Zionism. The
Take for instance, a
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Jewish Evaluation of Mr. Stevenson
IN THE .
_ man

port
I i
. the trim
of part., | sues, there was the obligation
think ol Sti venson in the heroic moo I of on
if his opponents : ish.
Here was one political adversary i I 'he
time i St< son's death, ackno the
rj.s. Ambas! lo the UN had "served his party,
his country, and the cau.-e of freedom \w"h rare
UN Listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
Goldberg's Force
THE DAY \ r- h U r .1 was
Perm a-
N I-

ight of tin
i
itine do
.
that day.
Om ivas a schi lule of meetings of United Nat
bodii for the montl ist and September
there were 26 n eetings on this list. Indicating sessions to
last anywhere between two days and three to four months.
Second was the provisional agenda for the next regular
session Oi the General Assembly, now set to convene on
sept. 21.
Two days later, it became obvious that the new U.S.
Ambassador was anything but fazed by what lies ahead.
When he presented his credentials to Secretary General
V Thant. he was scheduled to confer with the latter for
LO minutes. The talk lasted 80 minutes. They did not ex-
change golf scores
Then the Ambassador who. incidentally, prefers to
te called Mr .lusticelaced his first mass news conftr-
ence Here, he comported himself magnificently He field-
some of the toughest questions about is. insistence
in negotiations with Viet Nam. tor instance with as
much ease as the most seasoned of diplomats here.
THERE WERE no particular surprises on the agenda
of the regular Assembly session. As tar as the Middle
,.s concerned, the usual Kerns were there. One
- the report of the United Nations Relief and Works
for Pale which must examine once
ibUitj the I N and th< U.S.A. It ive un-
dei taken tot firing tor
the Arab reft > will have to decide how
. to continue w ith the work ol t NRWA, since
that i late will i
There was the a] Item concerning the United
i on the Gaza Strip bordi c
?harm el ... QuM ol Aq
i re were more than a half dosen iti
' '" rights in gi i a, ally, with the elimi-
nation oi religious Intolerance. Russia feara thai item be*
e it concerns extei ion ol full religious freedoms lor
lews in the I SSR
BETWEEN HIS first news conference and his ri
"' ir nt and vital const
i, Mr. Justice Goldberg had another item on his sohed-
Ihat concerned ins first face-to-face meeting with the
leading Soviet representative here at this moment, Am-
idor Platoa D. Worozov.
Mr. Muriwov is Oils months president of the Security
< ouncil. The president of the Council invites to luncheon
i time his turn comes around, all the chief delegates
of the 10 o:her Council member.-.
This too, did not faze him.
i from t
Wh n it I rage to call
Russia to
I
: his pass
taped upon bin.....
*> I three > -
ater,
ared that anyone then urging the resumption :
nuclear weapon test ignorant ol the :..
"Who is Mr. Stevenson to bo talking about the
low road when he is the man who puts his arms
ml Harry Truman"" he asked :n 1!*56 And
in: "1 have just been thinking what would have
l ppened if Mr. Stevenson had been PreaWent for
the last three years, We, of course do not know the
answer to that question, but of these principles I am
sure indecision, weakness, retreat, and surrender
do i it bring peace m dealing with dictatorial, ag-
ve Communi si
Weakness retreat surrender "1 will
stay here until hi to I
it ., i i
n the i nn. M Nations in that all-
bluff in connection with ;
in Cul
was te S McCari II
.
. and \i she D< i ter,
iind the i te nd sorrj 11 cord of
I
l( Carthj ed that Stevenson, w
ervii wai lime aide to Navj Se> n
Ivnox, had forced the retention of Communist ra
Operators on merchant ships a ch ibse-
ntly disproved completely. McCarthy's claim
tut the Oaily Worker" stood U-hind Stevenson was
bh-wn to bits by Fr. Robert C. Hartnett, editor of
"America." Similarly, there was quick and devas-
tating disproof of McCarthys other charges agatnst
Stevenson, involving the Institute of Pacific Rela-
tions and Italian Communist-
If there was something of Hamlet in Stevenson.
if there were doubt and indecision, these were the
valid questionings of a great spirit, one whose fa-
vorite Psalm hailed the Lord as light and n|vg ,
admonishing this great advocate of enduring peace
to be of good courage lo wail on the I.ord
Off the Record:
oldest Zionist Organization of America still thrive.
but not with the same eclat as does Hadassah. SoanJ
one has quipped that what Zionism need.s i a m-
auxiliarv of Hadassah. In synagogues and the ^
of B'nai B'ri:h. the achievements of sisterhoods,
w -men's groups often buttress the main orvaniut)
far more solidly than the exertions of their 014
counterparts.
So. while the world is chortling at the bok il
what Jewish mothers were a generation ago, the
.Jewish mothers of today are busy taking con 4
the house, empathinng with their husbands. carj.
(or their children a la Gazelle and Spock, and nur*
maiding a host of important causes.
And. brother our contemporary Jewish rmjj
doesn't loot like Molly Berg and more
er. attractive, and more often than not at the n^
Of a cat chauffering *H and sundry |,jth.
In th< 5. the) say that a matter
cmy first v an I thereafter I
of the Jewish
that fast-si 1 infi
:-. ; the real Je
it : l


Capitol Spo:'.ia.ht: Cv MIITON fRi'DMi.
The 'Jewish Seal
THE APPOINTMENT of
the lewish si
I* S Supreme ( I has bt
ati n thai the late Pi 1
l Kenned) privately voi<
1 r what he considered the
1. pi Involved,
At ;hc time of his app
Arthur J. GoMborg, Mr r
came aware that his loloction was being d<
ji h replacement tor the ailing Justice
furter Mr Kenned) told nil closes! aides p"
th<
to tin ct from othei
! ob
Ki t that his 1
1
1 nd Mr. Ft
li
:
; for l<
1 ai
' \:i i-i :
nl

-i-..i on the '
1 t conrm rth d that 1
h.it is rrudi the Jewish
C uirt but more slgrafieanU) is tin- historic
by Joseph Story, Oliver Wendell Holmes, B<
Cardoso, Frankfurter and other distinguish.- I
The first Jew named to the Supreme Court, Lo il
Brandeu was appointed m 1916 in the face
anti Semitic opposition. Another Jew. Mr Caul".'.'.
pointed in 1932. Mr. Cardoso was succeeded bj
1 'rankfurter. The ugly Brandeis eontrovera) I
motivated a subaeajunl desire to assure other
ught to serve on -he highest court
The expanding American philosophy of participatal
"i Goven thou! regard bo race or religion ml
both Justices Frankfurter and (ioldberg to be
by designatioi 1 court Jew "
wa

By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Sholem Aleichem and Our Hickvilles
CHOLEM ALEICHEM as a pro-
: Hitler V
1 h he was bon than
ed years tl
' ieme h id alrea kaj
Yiddish
m less than h.. 1 ,v
gigantic literal
*( :' m '- but one
jor contributors, albeit one
Mendele Mocher Sforim before h,,,, wr.
"ith the theme, u did others, but on :l difl
Mendele, the randfather oi Yiddish
wrote from .
light and reason and reformation to the bli I I
< 1 ibtcti in hUda) He was a man with
a mission, a preacher, a maggld In a pan
Sholem Aleichem. on the other hand was the
pureart.s, He delineated what he sau wRhnocHher
and In I '
It 1- ought thai
limited to ihti I
,er. the shtetl

Kast llevke I 1
. I!.. I I
ia people in the Rickvill'
not al m 1 brttl of 'he K
!'. nor o\.-;
fe.
' all thl >A 'he WOlid were dr. ipl
sbi ,1 common pattei n 1 be >
01 HickMlle are 01 \
' ie fh e ssgei of Yehupetx \ ', Vi
women gossiping im the crossroads ol ttx-
:. unlike Jewish woim
in the all. >s ol Kasruevke onh in his trimmin
Sholem Aleichem Meaaohoni Mendel dafft
from the Henarhcm Mendels" of the a
(rn'ra n*
nxsini)


August 13. 1965
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Page 15-A
MAYSHIE TRItDBtRG A PHILANTHROPIC FIXTURE
'Chofetz Chaim" Has Modern Eye On Israel Today
es for newcomers, constructed
factories, created miracles, Theso
new Israelis are offering their
lives, hearts and spirit to guar-
antee their future It is up to all
A.,
Haydon Burns siqns in-
w Narcotics Bill provid-
riminal penalties
victed of scllinq
minors as Rep.
Shevin, the bill's
. dies or..
A retired Miami Beach electri
dan is so deeply involved in the
aflairs of the State of Israel that
he buys new
paper adverti--
in;: f o r which
he pays out of
his own pocket
and which ho
can Ill-afford.
The ads urge
readers to "Buy
Israel Bonds.
Support the
Combined Jew-
ish Appeal." mmmm
"H e 1 p the
Growth of t.he Land Through Jew-
ish National Fund," and a variety
of other pie..-
Mayshie Friedbarg, of 1769
Lenox Ave., has been wall com-
pensated for his efforts. Every-
one knows and loves him. They
sea his battered auto with a va-
riety of signs painted on it echo-
ing sentimants of the newspaper
ads be sponsors.
The) see him on street comers, how, has never had the impact up- of "sl h(,|P ,ht' guarantee have
iami Housing Authority Appoints
i to a Third Four-Year Term
i haii man "t the
has been
thn onsecu ive
: th M '.
k al Itornej
lo tl i
and was named
'960 Fine was chosen to
on ma State Committee on
i gee a-'d the following year
ent as a delegate by then
Lf--,, Collins to attend the
e House Conference on
tenure as chair
man the Miami Housing Authority
-.iw through pietion <>t ;i
number >>t import | >jetta in
the field "f public housin .
them was the Ji million,
i; hen Km j High Towers,
lern rwe complex for
Income elder!)
. married and the lather
j i ns.
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
in P1 e Menorah Sisterhood's
a ill be held at the
. Mrs I S human,
ir \"i mand) Sh i
. it 8 p m.
in restaurants and at a huge num-
ber Of community functions. dis-
tributlng literature for each of his
many Israeli causes, and waiting
for people to respond to his pleas
Mayshie puts it simply: "It's not
for me. It's for the Jewish people.
It's for Israel."
When Mayshie Friedberg recent-
ly read a banner headline declar-
ing that war between Israel and
Egypt's aggressive dictator. Carnal
Abdel Nasser, "was inevitable."
he raced through the city, declar-
ing: "A collective Strength that
would deter all aggressors is Israel
Bonds, which have paid out $25 mil-
lion last year to bondholders
and double that in 1065."
Sometimes, his friends wonder
why he sponsors advertising that
urges support of l>rael. ,i personal
expense he can not afford. Maj
sine, b) w.i> of reply, whips i ut or-
der blanks fi r bonds from people
like Mr, .nid Mrs Brnesl Weiss, of
W5 NE 126th St., and Pincus Gart-
ner, of 825 Washington Ave "Here
a; e ;' rie." he laid, "w ho might
i ot have been tapped without m>
ads 'l hi re are others
To crown his efforts, such Yid-
dish journals as the "Yiddisher
Zeitung" write feature articles
about him calling Friedberg "the
modern Chofetz Chaim." But Mi-
ami Beach's Mayshie doesn't look
at it that way.
I h .i v e leen the Holj I.
emerge from .i sandy wasteland
into :i fl >' li n 11 says
"l have seen the poor, the bewild-
, red beati n uls, the Innot i
victims of hate, the frightened rei
ugees, .ill "i whom find a new rel
.( rebirth in the land of om
ancient fathers Freedom, some-
oil the average American who
takes it for granted not as it has
affected me."
Adds Mayshie: "Your Israel
Bond purchase has built new hous-
meaning.
When Mayshie is not busy deliv-
ering the message personally, his
newspaper ads silently do it for
him.
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"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. August 13, 1965
Senior. 3
Hadassah Confab in New York
lie Larry Lee enjoyed the ice cream at the Suburban Leaque
j or patients at Variety Children's Hospital, and so did
p overflow crowd of 350 small fry who turned out to share
[the fun. Skipper Chuck (left) and his friends provided en-
1 rr.ent and (left to right) Mrs. Howard Katzen, Mrs. Wil-
n Cooper and Mrs. Robert Gelberg. co-chairmen of the
tv, helped distribute sandwiches, milk, and ice cream to
kids and their mothers. All proceeds of the annual affair
re donated to the hospital. Women of Suburban League
|p to support two cancer patients at Variety arid also work
volunteers in their spare time.
n
j
By Special Report
NEW YORK vic-f President
Hubert II Humphrey will receive
the highest tribute of Hadassah,
the Women's Zionist Organization
of America, at Hadassah's 51st na-
tional convention on Tuesday. Aug.
17. at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel
in New York City.
I hi four day convention, from
Sunday, Aug IS, through Wednes-
day, Aug 18, will be attended by
: soo delegates and guests, repre-
senting Ha lassah'i more than 318.-
wx) members in 1,320 chapters and
groups throughout the United
States ami luerto Rico. All ses-
sions will be at the Waldorf Astor-
ia Hotel
Mr- Mortimer Jacobson. nation-
al president of Hadassah, said
that Vice PresJttont Humphrey
will receive Hadassah'- 1965 Hen-
iHt.-i Sxold Award at the conven-
tion banquet session "in recogni-
tion of all he has done and is doing
to mobilize support tor overseas
medical research and to advance
the health standards for all peo-
ple."'
The Sxold award was established
in 1949 to memorialize the founder
ni Hadassah. Previous recipients
inclu le the late Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, termer President Hans
S. Truman, the late Sen. Herbert
11. Lehman, and Dr. Selman A
Waksman, co-discoverer <>f strep
tomycin. The award will be pre-
sented to the Vice President i>.
Mrs. Herman Shulman, chairman
uf Hadassah's Henrietta Si
\ .. ird Committee.
Sharing ahe platform with Vtee
President Humphrey will be New
York- Governor Nelson A. Rocke-
teller
Mrs Nathan I) Perlman. nat.
al convention chairman, announced
that another highlight of the con-
vention will be the presentation to
Hadassah of a special citation
Horn Liberia's President William
Y. S. Tubman In recognition of H.i
da tab's contributions to the de-
veli pment "t that country's health
services. The Presidential citation
will be presented to Hadassah at
the convention's first evening plen
ary session on Sunday. Aug 15, b;
Continued on Pabe 2-B
by ISABEL GRCVE
>"
nee Kuppennan is back
ng motor trip that took
to '., Catskill Mountains .
,,;i alone w huh SBO say-,
just love because It gives me
to think and relax." Florence
,t pped at the Woodmere.
hon i "f her niece and neph-
David Kleins, where abe
for a while Then it WU
the Bvana Hotel in Loch
he. folli wed b\ a visit
Jennie tlrossinger at Jen-
i famous resort in
Back in Gotham,
visited the CRT offices and
School, singularly a.'
pri i. for ier particularly
Florence i- president of the
si Florida Region ol the
Ul in all. she
\ weeks
een al the Gr >ve Playhouse,
ere Menaaha skuliuk ia "wow-
Miamiana the Norton and
laid Pallets, Dr. Emanuel
km and his lovely Clair. Bai
l I and Howard Kat/en. and
irlie and Rutli Jacobson .
Ir and Mrs Irving 1) Melker.
751 Fairway Dr. on a week-
jaunt to Jamaica .
lying farewell to the common
Rabbi and Mrs Morris Horo-
Foi merly assistant prin
of the Hebrew Academy
re. the) an- going to Washing-
i i>< where the RabM will
id a similar school in the n i
's capital At the s.i
e. h will be lecturing at Ner
f-- i Ral i inn al College in naai
Baltimore.
I s Karl, director >l the I
of the N'ati mal Con-
sni i i itiana and Jew .
lesota
,i ...
l Si ho i ml the
n
| Pk Vi .O"'
neral manager of the Bis ayne
Hi tel, h -'a al: i national
lidenf of the Zionist Oi
m/;iti n of America -mil com-
lioner on the J ei sej Citj
inning Hoard .in Russia,
rsch will be visiting his br th-
Michael s< hpoont, an. a n
as in Kharkov, and sister, Rose
hpoont, of Moscow it will
K> be a regretful reminder thai
didn't g| to see hid m
more time She died in
oruary in Khaikov at the
102 Their previous visit
lather was in 1963.

t's shopping spree tor Muriel
lolph, ulterior designer, com
log busineni with pleasure in
iv York Also -i "welcome
ie" far her daughter, Judi,
back from its beautiful weeks in
Europe
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and his
Belle lending postcards to friends
from Switzerland
Hen Essen and his Hazel dined
Monday night with Sen and Mr-.
Kdward Long, of Missouri, at
King Arthurs Court, with son
Richard Eaten joining them .
Sen Long here to conduct a wire-
tap hearing The aaSBM and
I llgl are oldtune friends, having
traveled Europe together mam
ago .
Henry Gilbert and his family.
touring Europe and Asia, writing
to friends from Vienna about
joint Distribution Committee
work there .
Rabbi and Mrs h n j a m i n
Hlech and daughters, Tamar
Devra t. and Yae) / ma 2, vaca-
tioning at the Oasis Motel, after
two weeks tound their family en-
larged Jordana Tia made an
early appearance on July 29 at
\lt Sinai Hospital Raboi
Blech'l spiritual leader of Young
Israel of (Keanside in New Yark.

Al-o on the Stork Front: Jerry
Lee Spector sreighed in Aug l at
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital .
He's the son of Mr and Mrs.
Morns (Bettei Spector. of 7741
SW 19th St. Grandparents
Mr and Mrs Irving Spector,
of 1082 SW l.'th s: and Mr and
Mrs Harry Krdherg. of Birming-
ham, Ala Jerrv Lee, incident.
ally, is the first baby oat of 16
preat-grandchildren to carry the
Spector name All of whi< h
ki Mr and Mrs S imuel i Pop
it Miami, ex-
i eedinglj fiapps
Cheryl K but Marder L'l
months has a new brother, Scott
i i..r\ ej il I Sedan of
kug. I Parents
are Mr II d Mrs i1
Marder, of 1710 SW 82nd PI ...
Grandparent re Mr and Mrs
I '.dip i Anni Abrams, who rushed
I bi k from a jewelry buying trip
in Gotham Town to attend the
I ris and. incidentally, celebrate
their :k>th wedding anniversary
at the lame time, and Mrs. Ber-
tha Marder Cot il Gables .
Maternal great-grandmother is
Mrs Son:.i B r od a I, of Miami
Beach Paternal great grand-
parents are Mr and Mrs. Sam
Paw liger, of Cor.il Gables .
And Mark Richard has made a
threesome for Mr and Mrs. Al
, Rhoda Gad >!. of 8301 SW 18th
He was born Aug. 4 at
Mercy Hospital Grandparents
are \ir an I "' Samuel Abram >-
wits, oi i3 NW nth Ave.. and Mr
and Mrs Morns C.adol. of 4400
SW llath Ave.
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+Je1st fkrkA&r
Friday. August 13, lgJ
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Burdine's Exec Has Happy Life
them Whit she work*
terpretinj! the need- nd fp.
of her business av-nciates
findii.-' sortition* and etas
more *ood leelinn- jnj
MNM
!rwa Klein is
he esec-ti *
\
I ) ;.-.: she
was plucked out
- | S.tit
loatt where BBC hi p
.one to schoc: ir.i aecjo*r>
*rknce ir merchant
ttsunsag BSVfBraai il B-aness
a: tkc Harvard

4lyoys A/b/frofe


i -
to think

MISS IRMA KLEIN
t challenging iob
... con in
-
\ th -
5 ex-

rise apart*:eot huiWino o the
Beach. sB* anus* adapt depart
- -.he >tore to met-:
--. demand* She must
departments. In
evaeriL the store reflect* the
_ir,_ -tructure of Miami
Women os 4sse*
ire social fa P"k-
-..- oi our
. -;. .
n :, -.-.* of th.
nacfrelor-siri'" for hen is not
a cool '
ha- a
or
-

r>e":e
fracas) nt of :r
Bg I
I i .
- i
I
e >n Miami when
overtook tl ay and li
Hadassah Conference in New \ ork
Continued from Page 1-B
- Nathan Bar- -
: an-.:.'
e United Nations.
Mr- Perlman -aid that the Aug.
. plenary will spe-
cial emp i Internal Co
u :. Vi ar. celebrating the
- of the founding
...--ah
; accredited to the United Nations
.- a non-governmental organia-
.
ipal speakers that evenin?
be the H n Harlan Clevi u
' mted States Amhass idoi to
:>sador Michael
I ennaneat representative
Israel to the IMl Am-
r i eland will
peace-
an in-trument.
li
i
- Ja-
atiaJ ad
major
problems facing Jew* i the United
State* ar. I abrw is -ession.
>.H greet
the Hadassafa delegates
Principal speakers M o n d a y
night. A Ig. 10. will oe John F Hen-
r.ing. US Under Secretary of La-
bor, and Dr. Kalman J Mann, di-
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Mildred
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Bellin
jrhen. : your m,,jU ,ecm sunk
|,|. dl .i:nim- ol monotony, you
n resoui them quickly and easily
It," dishes of spirited- lamb
kps The word -spirited-' is put
l, quotation marks because, even
L,..h it, dishei are lively, glow-
L Bnd piquant, the lecret of their
pi,,,.,, is really spirits." Spir-
fma) i ghostly wraiths, but the
r,u is also used to denote alcohol.
Ibeveraees, and thai is Jhe way
l;. meant here tonkin* with
M. liqueurs, brandy, and whis-
, is a <' lightful means of adding
i and elegance to all sorts of,
idath Yeshurun
icks Rabbi Stone
tabbi Samuel K. Stone is the
>[\.!. ted spiritual leader of
mple %dath Yeshurun. 1025 NE
jmi <.. rdens Dc He will com-
pice his services on Saturday
offi< ate at the Bar Mitzvah
fernonii ol Scott, -on of Mr. and
k Josi ph Davis, >nd Richard,
of Mi and Mrs Ralph Cohn.
j n is .i graduate of the
Ever Theological Seminary of
|;.i'i am the Hebrew University
I He also did graduate
|rk al v olumbia University in
ini.ili-: and public relations
I He h.s served at ipiritual
\adtr c* rh Jewish communi-
H of Greenwood, Mess., Ontar-
Califemia and Laredo, Tax.,
nd is known for his modern it*
rpretat.ons of Holy Scriptures
Jewish customs and tra-
lions
e has been active in
: r;\ lc ill lira i>f the
I a :: ,t\ >il. and
| of several i sv chap-
Ms m making extensive plans
enlarging the membership of
Ti and organizing a well-
| | rogram >i avt i\ iti-s in
Held I religious educational
|ii socii endea'
mo Miller Circle
i i en "f fun is of-
d ii oehaH A h tspitalized
Ipplecl children in the Harrj
In.i i h .en's ii >me in Umatil-
Vnna Miller Circle in-
es pub i suppoi i: t rard partj
the & Lodge r30 West Ave
Tucs V: 'A it 7:30 p.m.
foods. Many such dishes are quite
elaborate, but an equal number are
ii r.isy that with "spirits" we can
become jiffy gourmet!
Here are two such recipes which
combine kosher cherry wine or ap-
ricot liquer with that other favorite
for quick meals, broiled lamb
(hops Each of the recipes includes
a sweet touch, a jam or jelly,
which blends with the tang of
the "spirits" for even better flavor.
Merely by brushing and cooking
economy shoulder lamb chops with
a fine sauce, with a minimum of
preparation the meat becomes tru
Judge friedman to Speak
Judge Milton A. Friedman, who
recently attended the B'nai B'nth
international convention in Israel,
will speak before the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith l.odge at its luncheon
at the DiLido Hotel on Tuesday
noon. His subject will be "Impres-
sions of Israel."
Zalises to Mark
44th Anniversary
Mr and Mn Joe Zalis will cel-
ebrate their 44th wedding anniver-
sary with a Kldduab this Saturday
morning. 9 a m at Beth El Con-
gregation, f which Mr /.ill- la
president
The anniversary event will also
honor Kabbi and Mrs Solomon
Sohiff on th.-ir safe return from va-
cation.
Services and Kidduafa will be held
in Dora August Hall. The regular
sanctuarj is currently undergo
Ing extensive refurbishing, which
will be completed in time for Sel-
ichot
Renovation Includes new ceiling
and painting, as well as many ad
i ditional features for member com
fort
ly luxurious as well as new in
taste
Shoulder lamb (hops contain
more nie.it than the rib chops, but
individual cut- do vary in size
and in the amount ot waste on
each Those .it least one inch
thick are generally considered an
Individual portion When the chops
re CUt less than an inch thick, one
Of two are allowed for each por-
tion, depending on the amount of
meat on each, and the appetite of
the diner Lamb chops are consid-
ered to be at their best when
broiled until not completely well-
done and a trace of pink still re-
mains However, this is a matter of
preference, and you may prepare
them to suit your own and your
family's taste.
Both these dishes may be pre-
pared outdoors as well as in the
kitchen, and are fine additions to
our list of barbecue suggestions.
Lamb Chops with
Strawberry Glale
4 portions shoulder lamb chops,
l' inches thick
14 teaspoon salt
li cup strawberry jam or
preserves
1 teaspoon ground cinamon
V4 cup concentrated frozen
orange juice (thawed and un-
diluted )
2 tablespoons apricot liquer
Trim all excess fat from the
chops To prevent them from curl-
ing as they broil, make slashes
along the outer edge of each chop
one inch apart and M inch deep
Sprinkle the chops with '* teaspoon
of the salt. Combine the remaining
salt with the strawberry jam or
preserves, the cinnamon, undilut-
ed orange juice, and apricot li-
quer Brush the ihops on all sides
with some of this mixture, and
broil them until they are as well-
done as you like them. Just before
they are ready, spread more of the
te mixture generously over the
top and broil for one half minute.
If there is any remaining glaze
serve II with the chops as a relish.
This amount serves 4
Currant-Glazed Lamb Chops
4 or S portions shoulder lamb
chops
1' tablespoons Kosher cherry
w ine
Cup currant jelly
2 teaspoons prepared must ird
l teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
la teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon boiling water
Have the chops cut about i inch
thick, and have t.he butcher trim
away all but a thin layer of fat
To prevent the chops from curling
as they broil, make slashes along
the outer edge of each chop one
inch apart and '* inch deep. In a
small saucepan combine the wine,
jelly, mustard. Worcestershire
sauce, and salt. Bring to a boil,
then stir until the jelly is melted
and blend with the other ingredi-
ents. Remove from the heat. Place
the chops on the rack of a broiler
and brush the top of each chop
with some of the sauce. Broil until
nicely browned on top. then turn
over. Pour the remaining sauce
evenly over the chops and continue
broiling to the desired degree of
doneness. Place the chops on a
heated platter. Stir the boiling wa-
ter into the sauce which dripped
into the bottom of the broiling pan,
nnd pour this over the chops. This
amount serves 4 to 5.
NOTE: in both recipes, the
chops should be made kosher be-
fore they are cooked.
Beth Torah Camp
Ends Season
Amidst shouts of "shakun," lee
you next year" and "we had s
time," the s ii m mor Day
Camp program Of Beth Torah I
gregation came to a close
Friday afternoon.
Highlights of the camp program
included a rousing music show
based on "Mary 1'oppins." an over-
night trip by teenagers to Key
Biscayne, and field day with Tem-
ple Menorah.
Directing the camp was Ken
Donner and his staff of counselors
including:
Kindergarten. Mrs. Janet Marsh-
all. Sydel Sokuvitz. Judy Weis-
blatt. Nursery. Mrs. Rosalie Hirsch-
berg, Lois Herman. Boys and
Girls I. Len Taylor, Naomi Klein,
Ellen Schorr. Boys 2. .Michael Ross.
Jeff Raymond. Alan Taylor. Boys
3, Bob Harris, Jerry Tornstein, Lee
(.oldberg. Boys 4 and 5. Maury
Schaps, Bill Diamnd. Steve Wolk
Boys 6. Fred Edelson, Oren Ha-
rari Girls 2 and 3. Diana Bonilla,
Phyllis Googel. Girls 4 and 5. Mrs.
Ruth Plante. Linda Kaufman.
Brandee Furman. Girls 6. Debor-
ah Brower. Margie Deutsch. Teen-
age, Mrs. Joan Cohen, Steve Leb,
Jacques Wnhlfarth.
Pool. Al Matracht. Doreen Weitz
Miss Eileen Danto served as camp
secretary.
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Friday, August 13
... &4bout ifieople
an
d i r laces ...
FIRST IN LINE
Charlie Brown wa* first, with Marvin Bl
and rus son. Michael second and thirv when
v went to the airport to welc- the
a >men of the family. Barbara and daughter Jud>.
from a wonderful vacation in New York CIlJ

WHAT A CENTERPIECE
The centerpiece was fantastic, all made or
cards with hands of canasta and a >i^n. "Hi
Anniversary.*' made of hearts. The table arr
n en;- were done in red and white to rr
.1 Room in the Fontainbleau Hotel. Dr
M -. Kurt Pei^er entertained at a small dinner
parfi in honor of Grace and .\lbert Seiden's 37th
anniversary. It was a gala evening, with Grace
a: d Al dancing to the Anniversary Waltz. Later.
x\ ey v ent up to the card room to carry out the
- nf 1*w centerpiece AW.omj guest* were Bin-
and Dave Ba-> and Idabelle and Milford Pur-
Caryl and Ronald Seiden presented their
: k- with a white and silver-wrapped present
i-h said -meow when opened. It was a love-
l> cr. a mpagnt-colored Persian kitten which I"
a ball of angora wool. The Seiden grand-
Debbie and Frank, arrived from Xash-
v y. hile their parent>. Mimsye and
L-or. Kay. wrh their older offspring, lack and
to Ireland, the fir-t >top on their
F T'-pern tour _.

fcOOOEN SHOES GO CLACKITY CLACK
Charlotte I Mrs Buddy Halpert left to meet
on Le.-lu ifl Am.-terdam. where he has been
amending school, taking a business administra-
tion UWUL. Together they are going to tour trie
eminent. Buddy is staying at home recover
from making the trophie> f.>r Mi-- L'niveree.
T re certainly were a lot of them.
i *
NEWS OF THE MOMENT
They brought out the orchid centerpieces at
the Runey Plaza when the Variety Children "s
pftal Committee gave a summer luncheon.
.' Judge Henry Balaban was given
a life membership in I ner ununn.
,,d Melniker.
Mrs ilurraj Friedman.
Mrs Came Rosen, Sirs, B< W< *" H<'nr>
I Sr. and Mr- OxeD Jr.
MY SON THE VICE PRESIDENT
Bane) Farr ctai boaae for dinner and toil
mother and tntner, Myrn and Aaron, that he
had been elected vice president of the building
In srhich he had tx-iaht a condominium Har-
veys stiU a bachelor and a very eligible one
EATING, SLEEPING, DRINKING SPANISH
Ellen Zank is in a whirl in Bueno> Aires Sie s
visiting friends, gome to school, and Siting
drinking and Spam>h She saw a Raeby
- h and couktal underhand all the fightins
over a ball that looked like a football She at*)
had to buv a heavy coat it's 27 tjegn "-re.
and that's cold for a Flondian. Ellen has disco*
e art of shopping and the value oi the
American dollar, much to the delight of her
ther, Nu-u. and the regret of her father, Mai
Brother SI -n't time for an) such nonsense;
ith the tennis tournament,
still chuckling over the !ate>t letter signed -Your
hter of the world."

FLAT TOP
Looking is cut* as .. button, leisurely mean-
derine into the department store to buy athtes
was Shirley Heiman in shorts and a white blouse.
Her hair was fixed a new way She said her hu>-
ban. Sam. calls her 'flat top."
THEY'RE HOME
Goldie and Louis Cohen ,>re home from thei'
vacation, and already Goldie's shoes are click
Lni o- -he ru-ho- about Lou -old his building,
but he'll find it hard not to make like a landlord
Whenever our fuse* blow out. we're going to call
him anyway Frances Lehman
Miami Hadassal.
Delegates Listed
For New York
Annual national convention of
H, lassah is being held fn-m 6
dv throueh next #ednetay at
the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New
Tost Cit>
Hada^ah t the worM- large*
m-n Zioni-t .^ganization. and
. are expected from every
-ute in the union, at well a> Puerto
Rico
Among thoe attending from Mi
ami are Mr- Gerald Solt/ pi
drnt of the Florida Region and
Mrs Mas 9wrU pretident of the
Miami Chapter
_>js) at. Wn the Miami
Chanter are I M< sdai
gteinherg Philip Fine. George
Kfrtzman MnxwHl Wetsberj Lonis
IClntor "Jathan lYorsky. Max
Ctwrvts. Fphriam Collins Albeit
Dobbin Louis Goldman and Anne
Pa t ''.or
Beth Tov Regisfrofion
Registration for 1!
lav School at Tempi.
K13S SAN 8th St will |
Aug. IV and continue
Aug 9, from 10 am
under the direction of Rabbi fa
Z Glickman.
Cantor Vigoda Training Choir At Cohen Temple
itor Samuel Vigoda was re- the Jacob C Cohen Community
i -.aged as official cantor of Synagogue
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officiate throughout the High
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will render the musical portions of
the liturgy throughout the winter
season, both at late Friday nLjpht
f'-rums and Sabbath morning > vices.
Cantor Vigoda flew down t-i Mi-
ami this week to take charge <4
training an adult male choir at the
Jacob C. Cohen Synagogue which
i- making all the necessary prepa-
ration- to welcome the many vvor
-hippers fur the High Holiday-
Rabbi Tibor H Stern is spiritual
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Democratic Club
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Democratic Club of Miami Beach
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public on Wednesday. 8 p m.. at
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Executive life president. Wally
Cluck, will act as moderator of
the program on "Topics of the
Day-
Slated are Criminal Court Jud-e
Jack Falk. on "Our Judicial S>-
tem;" Dade Rep Kenneth liters
'n The >5 LeEislature;" Prof
Andre Bialolenki. on Tlie United
Nations in Regard to Viet Nam;"
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Pythians Send
Youth To Camp
Ten Kniuhts of Pvtr.JS U^,i
in Dade County ar- -.
-ervint younrster- to Canip o^
(or tw<> we-ks start ir_: \ ; j
Last year the Knishu f prfl^
raise show at the Miami Beat* Aurliit.]
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Council of Jewish Women Appoint
Mrs. Fair National Campaign Chief
qala reception and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new
ore oi Norton Tire Company in West Palm Beach was at-
mied by Mayor Fred Easely. of West Palm Beach, and
kany other public officials. Hostesses at the grand open-
\c were (left to right) Mrs. Norton Pallot. whose husband is
pmpcmy president. Mrs. Ronald Orr. Mrs. Ronald Pallot and
Irs Howard Katien. The Miami-based organization was
L:nded by Louis Pallot in 1924 and is presently one of the
Stion's largest B. F. Goodrich tire dealers.___________________
[da+h Yeshurun Plans School Year
mplf Adath Yeshurun Rcli**
tool '>- been reorganized
ebiWren ;in intensive cur
... 'hi school year 1965-66
-ehool i under the mm >
niuel K Stone and
| Nathan Stern
. i ,xperti m e1 'ducat
, hu- been principal of large
schools in Chicago and Lo> Ange-
les.
A Staff of competent teachers has
hcen engaged for the Hebrew and
Sunday schools Registration la
now open t r children from age 7
and up 1" charge of Nursery and
Kindi : itarten rej Istration is di-
Mrs Harriet Levin.
Mrs Aaron Farr, a national
board member of National Council
of Jewish Women, has just been
appointed national c a m p a i g n
chairman of the National Council
of Jewish Women by the president
of the organisation, Mrs. Joseph
Willen. of New York.
Mrs. Parr previously served as
vice chairman of the committee,
which includes membership and
tvaya and means. Mrs Farr has
R>ng been active in the affairs of
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, having served on the local
level as president of the Greater
Miami Section, chairman of the
.sections campaign for Hebrew
University High School (which was
FSU Bowl Rim
Will be Shown
Florida State University C.ator
Bowl color film will be shown at
the Miami Shores Country Club on
Friday. 7:30 p.m.
Vaughn Mancha. athletic direct-
or ol Florida Slate I'liivcrsity. will
discuss the FSC athletic program
following presentation of the film
Hum school coaches and are.i
sports writers will be guests
Councilman David Kennedy and
Mrs Andre S. Bialolcnki are BIM
ident ami vice president, respect-
ivelv. of the local alumni chapter
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Mrs. Farr has served at cam-
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chairman of the Good Neighbor
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MRS. AARON fASR
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Jewry."
Temple Beth Am
Now Registering
Temple Beth Am is now i
s for Ri : gii us Si I
and riebn w School. Classes will be
upon ful tration. S i
, i- restricted to .i maxi-
mum l -Indents.
i or the firs! time, Beth Am will
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e i on Saturday and Sunday
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day and Wednesday afternoons
with the Bar Mil.' .ill classes be-
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afternoons. Rabbi Dr Herbert II
Baumgard, spiritual leader, said
Wednesday "thai the e for
.: child to enter Hebrew School -
eighl years. A minimum of three
v. ars .i Hebrew School i- required
for Bar Mitzvah.
' In order for 8 child to t>
at Beth Am, he must per
m all oi the requirements "t the
Inth, and 101 as
,i minimum,'' Rabbi Baumgard
,: | Qrmation
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mi ,i Jew ish child."
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i hUdren from three j i ars of
i at i epted.
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HOSE
WOVAN OF THE WEEK
yean i She gave up h-
me her mother in iU from the I
bad to keep house and help
three brothers Maybe that -
boy He- Cat German tradil
that have the ben of everything, also th'
.Id learn sewing, as well as cooking and mil-
-
Rose was married at the age of twenty to Julian I
dorff an artist He had a syndicated cot.x ttrl|
calied 'Oilie of the movies, which
ran in the New York Sun for
years. He also did a series. 'The
Spirit of the Dance." which was
reproduced and acted in the
movies Fifteen years ago. the
Ollendorffs moved to Miami, and
for thirteen of thes* years. Rose
ha- been a widow
Rose became interested in the
United Order of True Sisters
many years aao She was brought
into the organization by her
mother in-law and became presi-
dent of her lodee in Brooklyn in
1926 It is traditional in True Sis-
ters "to bring in" one's daughter.
Rose's daughter Muriel, is also a
True Sister Muriel is married to Emmet Hyman. and
they had a large chain of supermarkets in Havana When
Castro came into power, they were wiped out. He took
not only then business but their personal effects as well.
including Muriel's father's paintings and thtir furniture
which, they understand, has since been sent to Russia
Now. Emmet and Muriel live in Mexico City where
they again have supermarkets. They are also consultants
for Mjpermarkets in Spain and Itah
When Rose came to Miami, she formed the Greater
Miami Circle, which consists of True Sisters from lodges
throughout the country now living here. She also helped
found Miami 43 of the Order, and Rose has been presid-nt
of the Circle since its inception. She tried to resign at
the end of five, ten and fifteen years, but no one would
accept Next year, however, will definitely see her p
nation as president but not the conclusion to her d> \oted
work The United Order of True Sisters makes all of the
bandages for the American Cancer SocieU
Establishing a room at Variety Children's Hospital.
giving money for scholarships to the Nurse- Asso< lation.
ind money for a cancer grant at Mount Sinai Hospital are
also included in their projects
"1 have no hobbies, just my work in True Sister-."
Rose. Life is different when you live alone "
i plays cards twice a week goes to concerts
watches televisioi i -pecially educational Ch. 2. and is
alwaj. bus) with some phase of her organizational en-
deavor Rose has proved she's a real True Sister.
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Dubbin. Linda Greenberg -rui Su-
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The bride wore a traditional
white peau de I th
neon lace Maid and matron ol
honor and bridesmaids won
jth, aqua crepe sheaths with
na sleeves.
Best man was Theodore Stuzin.
cousin of the groom Ushers were
Roben Cole. Howard Ereidin. Har-
ris Friedman. Robert Hauser. Lar
ry Kline, and James Stuzin
The bnde is a graduate of Coral
Gables High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she grad-
uated cum laude with an AB degree
in English. She is a member of
Orar.ft Key, leader-hip honorary;
Alpha Lambda Delta, scholarship
honorary'- and Sigma Delta Tau So-
rority. She also attended Sophie
Ntucomb College of Tulane In;
Mr Stuzin graduated from Coral
Gables High School and the Uni-
versity of Florida with a degree
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MtS. CMAttfS STUZIN
in accounting, where he was a
member of VarsitJ Debate and
dent of Alpha EptUon Pi, so
cial fraternity He i> now a jun-
ior at the University of Miami Law
School and is a member of Phi Del
:a 1'hi legal fraternity
Reception Uowed at the Diplo-
mal Country Club The couple then
flew to St Thomas and will cm I
on to Puerto Rico for their h
moon. On their return the) will
.., their home at 6448 W PI
.. r S Miami ________
Swartz, Winn
Live in Miami
Susan Judith Winn and David
F.arle Swartz were married Julj
15 in the Ota Sholom Synago
Cbester, Pa.
The brioV i- the daughter <>f Mrs
Paul Winn. Walhngford, Pa and
the late Dr I'aul Winn.
She was graduated from Nether
Providence High School and At-
tended Harcu.-n Junior College
Brwi MawT. Pa.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Max Swartz, .ti") Grana-
da Blvd Coral Gables
He Is a graduate <>f the Leai
School Miami Beach, ami attend
i-d the University of Mumi
After a wedding trip to Jamaii s,
they are residing in Miami
Rosen, Lyons
Exchange Vows!
s
was married M<
Mr Ronald Char:
Mr and \ir-
Baj Harbour Is]
Th" ktremai
and was

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Mr Jack Rosen, ui
bridegroom, was best
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bride, l-awrence Cohen Lat
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Mrs Rosen was gra
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Finkelstcins Tel!
Evelyn's Troth
Mr sad Mrs ( larlea il !
Gablei and Fin
Island. N \ anm unc the ei
. .1 meat of [heir daughter, Miss
Evelyn Kuth Finkebtein, to J rlirachhorn, n <>f Mr and Mrs
l.eo S. rUrschhorn, of Pegout Dr
1- .i-t Ndru u'.k. ('.inn
Mia Finkelstein is a senior at
the University of Wisconsin, study-
IDMCh therapy Mr. Hishch-
horn graduated from the Unlver*
i'ty of Connecticut with a HA di
i and is entering hit aecon
year <>f law at the University of
A -cinsin.
lie waa president <>f I'hi Epsilon
Pi Fraternity, aa well aa the
I'nited Students Aaaociation.
Along with holding a number of
club memberships. Mr. Hirschhorn
has been honored for his numerous
actli ries on campus and his role in
Student leadership.
A'.i nT-Khn
mm. MM JCMWIOOCK
iber+a Pelzner.
leter Schwedock
larried Here
hiss RoberOn Pelzner became
Peter Schwedock in h 80
bock wedding rites on Sunday.
8. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitx of-
pating.
i< bride is the daughter of Mr.
Mr- Howard N. Pelzner. 1982
i Rd The grOOnVa parents
\lr and Mr- Louis Schwedock,
I960 NF 167th St
Maid Of honor was Mi-> Janice
with Mrs. Bonnie Lcvinc
my as matron of honor. Dana
r:naii was (lower glrL
e Kifkin f and ushers included Miohae
Sterner
jr her wedding, the bride Chose
rhite oruanza gown in empire
,i with an aiencon lace mock
n> bodice, elbow-length sleeves
th ruffle, and scooped neckline
ii controlled front skirt termin-
al into a flowing chapel train
fr matching lace camelot head-
fece had a triple tier of French
The bride attended the Universi-
of Florida and is graduate
the University of Miami, with a
11 in education she plans to
|ach in M i a m i. Her sorority is
rlta Phi Epsilon.
|.Mr Schwedock attended the I'ni-
krsit) of Florida and la i graduate
the University of Miami. He will
pter law ichooi in September He
a member of Sigma Delta Chi,
Indent professions] journalism
iriety, and Alpha Delta Sigma,
Ivertising fraternity.
{Reception and dinner followed
the Dupont Plaza After a hon
pnu-on in J.unaua. the couple will
i>\ home in North Miami.
MISS tVtlYN HNKtlSTUN
Small, Schor Say Vows Here
After a honeymoon trip to Puer-
to Rico. Mr and Mrs. Louis I.
Small will live in Philadelphia.
Pa
The former Phyllis M. Schor
and her groom exchanged wed-
ding vows on Sunday. Aug. 9. 7
p.m.. at the Diplomat Country
Club, with Rabbi Max Iapschitz
officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Al Schor. 1664 NE 158th
St.. No Miami Beach. Mr. Small's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Small, of Philadelphia
For her wedding, the bride chose
a white linen-trimmed ensemble
with heavy white cotton lace The
headpiece was in matching whit-
cotton lace and illusion veiling.
She earned the same Bible as her
mother on her wedding day
Matron of honor was Mrs War
ren Blatt. Bridesmaids included
Gail Kantor and Maureen Sch
wartz.
lx'on Dormant was best man
Ushers, included Philip Keichcn-
thal. the bride's cousin. Larry
Sbupnick and Jan Dorfman.
The bride attended schools in
Miami and graduated from the
University of Florida. The groom
went to schools in Philadelphia,
attended Temple University, and
is a purveyor with Spatola Inc
Hyman, Holtzman,
School Teachers,
Exchange Vows
liis Lynn Holtzman and Michael
nard Hyman will live in Coral
Cable- after their honeymoon ii
Nassau,
The couple exchanged wedding
vows i i, Sunday Aug. 8. 7 :m p.m..
at Temple Menorah, with Rabbi
Mayer Abramow it/ officiating
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Nathan Holtzman, of 1530
Meridian Ave., formerly of Jamai-
ca, LI The groam i- the son of Mr.
and Mrs. sain Hyman. 735 Sitli St.
Vieki Weithorn attended the
bride, and Stan Gelman served the
groom as best man.
For her wedding, the bride chose
an empire sheath gown of candle-
light satin, the bodice fcatum
portrait neckline edged with re-
embroidered aiencon lace embel-
lished with seed pearls and Dior-
length sleeves.
The sheath had appliques of
lace and pearls with an aisle-wide
court train coming from the
shoulders. A bouffant veil of pure
silk English illusion veil fell from
a headpiece of pearls. The bride
carried a bouquet of three orchids,
lilies-of-the-valley and baby breath.
The bride attended Miami Beach
High School and graduated from
W 4*S 1
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Contemporary Jew in America' is Theme
Of Hew Adult Course at Temple Israel
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it eras e
ased on a rw text by Pre! "-
car Janowsky. "The American
j, .>praisai. and will l>e
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Preltrs Beach ar*a Wr.te Mrs. VS.,
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course on 'Mainstream of Juda-
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Among the questions to be
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temporary Jew in Aanertca" are
those concerning assimilation or
more positive Jewish identity;
status role and purpose o* the
most influential Jewish commun-
ity in the world; and others
which have boon discussed in re-
cent years.
Expert* in many fields are a'.-
read\ booked to appear at Tempi
Raphael K YUWS. cha.rman of Israel daring the coming
?he Board of Education, announced Among them are
Wedne*h> that Samuel J Leibo- Onsressman Charles S. Joel-on
witx has assumed his post as edu of N> Jersey, a leader ol lioeral
ca.ional director of Temple Emanu Ea-tem force- in the House of
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"ippcrmo-t in all plans for mmwm *+*****
*hool curnculum and .uff as en-,- I nivers.ty of ( h.caso. ..u.h r ef
phasu on the individual oaukd/ "Dynamics of Pr,wl.it. anaoaig
I Ciasae, will be -umber of dMIfegmiahed wertK
kept small in order to give each Dr Abraham Kaplan, pmle^ o
philosophy at the I nive.-Mty of
Michigan, former chairman. De
Leibowitz New
Education Chief
At Emanu-EI
Adult Swim 0ar.ee
An adult -w I
irday. A
v, M -id VVMI \ ','
SV, 8th .- -. ;_
ment will be t ^ y,
Wlalt Theatre
leader chance to know ever;
.i '
' Recognh ng -hat many dm itu- partment trf Phdo>oph>. IVLA. Dr
have had an> ,n- Jacob M. Rothschild, rabbi of .he
Civil Richts
movement in the nation who will
Kneseth Israel
Runs Ahead Of
Building Schedule
Torah Society
Tape Available
\,r l- cele-
/rid annn ei
week!) rrated
I 11.
of Jacob n Commun-
ity Sj i
Kahbi .stern is heart) weekly on
Sunday rwofi over WEDR-FM in a
Torah prograan conductad m Eng-
lish. As a consequence of requests
for copies of Rabbi Stern's termoni
and televi-ion rneseagec, the Torah
society is preparing a tape album
to be made available shortly.
Tapes will be on current Torah
"objects, as well as on complete
sermon- for the holidays and spe-
cial events. Information is avail-
able at the Society at 1532 Wash-
ington Ave. Miami Beach
At last! A margarine
with all three .
1. 100. DAIRY FREE
2- LIQUID MAZOIA
CORN Oft
3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA
MAZOLA
MARGARINE
M. ASM"** **rl*M
stractiorTi W Tempi.-. Atlanta, who has been as-
ndary la: '*'**
special proviiion will be rr
each child to learn the tang lat -peak on The Jew in the south
at hi- own -peed with it I Use. FL-
,n of keeping up at saanaaut) -
-aid
,- open
ud an n cx- Educal on arwl We If an Seymour
leaded bj LeibowiU I or Miami ol
I in th Mian J'
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Jew .n
Music;" and other- be oji-
Knaseth I sr a el Coi t> uni
1415 Euclid Ave is ahead of---------------------------
dule on it- n
Third Lecture in Series
Milton Kahn. build
The third lecture on "B
ad Sgeaaaa will be given bj Dr
.-, rabam WeMaon on Thore
mornir
Kne- A,i""
ail! be b l,al- '

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rior of the s>na-
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Beth David Rabbi
Back to Pulpit
Rabbi Land a btf kflf '
irom participat.n* n number
lec"ure- and -minars at a one
I Jewish Fanul} Living In
-titute held at WOdacres, Little
Switzerland. N C.
WiWacre-". a 1.400-acre adult
camp area, hj- been men over b>
Mr and Mr^ 1 D Bhunenihal. m
t harh.tt. N- r the 20th at
t.. promote greater anaaaa under
sundinc In t ol the sum
mer. a numN an p-OsajM me lurther
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A;r:v 13, 1965
frHlil-nrrM'-tr
Pace 9-3
presentation of equipment to Boy Scout Troop No. 449 at the
C !c.i Vete.-ir.i of the United Slates of America. Left to riqht
lie Dewey W. Knight Jr., acting superintendent. William G.
Same!, poa". 3?:.ior vice commander; Harry L. Zalph, post his-
xian; Bahjaxtun Lucoff. post sunshine chairman; Sol Nabu-
jvsky ana George M. Bernstein, committee members; Ken-
neth M. Hancr.es*. scout master; and Ralph Rosofsky, post
jmmande:
(imball Running
>r Reelection
Lcomr i K ><11. incumbent
kr'.h Miami iIiikih now com-
Jting hi* frurt term, lias filed
ri Wction .: the. North Miami
|\ election >- Sept. 7.
Kimtoall. a" ..orncy. says he
li> idel cit > v i irter, a man.'
lildl form jovi-rnment. a
wide e* :-tern, civil sir
(or cit; >( swbnmirag pool*, libraries, aide
Ik-, model eel lighting, rei
ftionaj an-.i d numerous pui>
i ,t rot erne ''proved bj the
: : :i -" which lie
landed and
Active in manf civic and edu-
licnal orji- : l'ions, Kimball
.i mirnlK: af the faculty of
University of Miami, lo-
tting in butilMM law in it*
luci! i-. program. He was
ftr of *Se Welfare Plan-
>nol sl Dado County, a
director af fhe North Mi
*ber Commerce, and
two tjrm* as president
Cuyitone Point Homo Owners
relation.
Is pre- a chairman ol
lh Miami Employ the Handl-
ed ('on ind aen<- a*
of the dty's tine Arts Com
lion.
i dei'' ". D ide County for,
90 yi .ir Kim ". formerly served
as S'li.'tarj > the Board of Di
rect.'is of Ten Beth Sholom He
ow serves j member of the
Board uf Tpj- oi Temple Sinai
ffc-Tth Dad
A cr.iduafc of the Iniversity ol
MhV ; in Co '. and Lew School.
hep
fore
ehir
raetlced lav m Pittsburgh, be
moving ti Miami in 1M4. He
d during World War II as
food enforcement attorney
for South lloni. m the Office ol
AdminL-Tation.
Imball's lifelong interest in art
oil paintin*. which is his hob-
led him to .1 extensive study
Hare Chagall's stained glass
as in Hu synagogue of the
aah-Hebre Medical Center
h n ,-aU-iu. 1-rael. He has ap
|rt*l in man> illustrated lecture*
>re Hada--ai and other groups
aa tiies.' masterpieces,
Th<- kimbal'- 't\ e at 12914 Ixora
Ciri'i'-, North Miami, and have on.'
liter, Mr- Ellen Rabow, of
York Cil
ATTENTION!
wish Home for the Aged
E!DS Y'HJR DONATION
NOW!
aii :o >
f A I 1 AO ? tot
Aranof f Gets
Doctor's Degree
Stanford Aranoff. son of Mr and
Mrs. Abe Aranoff, of \u>] p,a> nd .
Miami Beach, recently received a
PhD decree In theoretical physici
troni New York university.
Dr. Aranoff attended Miami
Beach High School, and was a cum
laude graduate of the University
. ol Miami.
Dr Aranoff is currently teaching
at Pratt Institute of Technology
in Brooklyn. NY.
He recently prepared a proposed
plan for research to be done in
the fall at the Institute for Space
Studies of the U.S. Government
in New York City. The proposal
deals with procedures for dealing
with collections of man; particles
which interact strong!) wi.h each
other.
"I believe that these procedures
ran be applied to the study of as-
tronomical objects such as neutron
stars Aranoff explained in his
resume of the project.
Dr. Aranoff was previously a re
search assistant at the Courant In-
stitute of Mathematical Sciences
lie also actively participated in a
seminar in quantum field theory
under the supervision of Dr. Bruno
Zumino. From 1958 to 1959, he was
a teaching assistant at New York
University, tutoring physics. Be-
fore that, he served as a research
assistant at the National Carbon
Research Labs in Parma O.
HONABD KIMIAU
SANfORD ARANOff
Biography is Published
I.-rael Honorarium V o 1 u m e.
-hortly to be published, will in-
clude the biography of Dr. Isaac
Ever, Spiritual leader of Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute. Dr. Ever'.-
biograpbj is currently published
in five major volumes in the U.S.,
including "Who's Who in the South
and Southwest" "Who's Who in
America" and "Who's Who in
World Jewry."
Cohen Synagogue
Has Anniversary
Jacob C, Conen Synagogue wilt
celebrate it- first anniversary next
Wednesday. The doors of the
s\ nlgogue opened for the first
time on Sunday. Aug 18. lHfi4
The synagogue is named after
Jacob C. Cohen who invited Rabbi
Tibor Stem to lie spiritual leader
and to design, plan and organise
the congregation and its physical
facilities
Program include- daily services,
adult education classes, and Sab-
bath sen ices
"Since the first day of the
establishment of the synagogue,
it has become a household word
throughout the country," Rabbi
Stern declared, noting the ap-
proaching first anniversary.
Rabbi Stern converse* with wor-
shippers following services, who
come from all over the world.
Founding members Include Mr.
and Mri. George Simon she
is president of Sisterhood
Herman Schneider, Julius Sch-
wartz, Henry Hess, and Leon
Gottlieb.
Senior spiritual leader is Rabbi
Abraham Wetn.-chnelder Recently
named to the staff is the world-
renowned CantoT Samuel Vigoda.
who will officiate during the High
Holy Days, and throughout the
New Year following.
Paint Party Scheduled
Paint party will be held at Bay
front Park Auditorium on F:id..\
through Sunday. Aug. 20 to 22. be-
ginning at 9 a.m. Proceeds will JO
to the Abbey Hospital Buildir
Fund for Underprivileged and Men
tally Retarded Children. The bos
pital is at 5190 SW 8th St., Coral
<;ables Mildred F. Pomcranec i-
administrator. Conni Gordon i-
originator of the "paint-in-min
utes" method, who will lie pres-
ent.
RISICLNTIA.. -nd ;0MMRCi-i PROOFING and REPAIR SPECIAL'S!"
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1401 1 N W JOth A fwge-i to be Inducted
Dr Oscar Huskin chancellor
commai der. v ill preside at the
cere.:.or.rs m which 40 Pages will
he inducted in* > the rank of K-
fjaarc a' a me-'.ng ot the George
Gers'e.v.M K" ol Pythias on
ilOn<:.i\ at :> m.. at the Surf-
aide Community (.enter.
Sandy Day
Sandy, son of Mr and Mr- Hei
bert D Ray. will become Bar Hitl
vah on SaHurdaj Aug 14. at Tern
pie Kmanu-Fl.
Sandy ha-
completed sc\
enth g r a d e at
Nautilus Jtinior
High School. He
is a collector of
coins and inter-
ested in sports,
p a r t i c u
I a r 1 y .- i m
ming. in which
he won several
SAHOr awanls.
Mis F t h e r Mark, of Miami
Beacn. his grandmother, will at
tend the occasion, and Mr. and Mrs
Sol Mark, his aunt and uncle, are
(inning from Antwerp. Belgium
The celebrant will tie honored it
a Kiddush In Sirttin Hall immedi
ateh following the worship service
Dennis Herman
On Saturday morning. Aug It.
Dennis -on bl Mr and Mrs Dave
Herman, will become Bar Mit/\ah
at the Israelite Center.
Denni- i- a student at the Israel
ite Center Religious School ami
in the eighth grade at Shenandoali
Junior Hi"h He plays trumpet in
the school hand.
Dennis will Im- honored at the
Kiddush follow in.; services, and at
a reception to In- held at the Vc
netian Hotel on Saturday evening
Harry Herman grandfather ol
the Bar Mit/vati. will be here from
New York for the OCCdsion
Dr. Bergman in Address
Dr. Fredrick Bergman, of Miami
Beach, a member of the Speaker 9
Bureau of the Dade County Opto-
metric Association, addressed the
Miami District Dental Assistants
Society at the Miami Colonial Ho-
tel, speaking on "Adult Eye Care."
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Friday. Aua
Page 10-B
Workmen's Circle
Chief Dead, 78
NEW YORK (JTA) N
Chanin. one of the outstanding
leaden of Bhe Jewish labor move-
mem in the United States, and se<
letarv-general emeritus ol Uhj
Workmen's Circle, large* national
Jewish fraternal order, died here
Sunday after a long illness He was
78.
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CXTHONV "ll.MAM WAV
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x ICEIbHKI ) N rAT
Siberia.
In New York, he became active
in the Cap and Millinery Work-
ers Union, serving that organiza-
tion several years as vice presi-
dent. He wrote prolifically in Yid-
dish, contributing to many of
the leading Socialist Jewish news-
papers and magazines. He was
also the author of several books.
After serving 15 years as educa-
tional director of the Workmen's
Circle, he became that fraternal
orga n iza tion's secretary-genera 1
Florid i Hi It* "e%\ reg-
Tallahaa*. .
ular mi etlna ..,_-.,.,,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,N AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 8826
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emeritus in 1963. Recently, the dw agalnai th* said UUJAS
Jewish labor movement estab- JENSEN her husband If
lished a Nathan Chanin Educa-
tional Foundation for the perpeiua-, rll..|,:. merest in or to the
tion of his aims and achievements. described.
At his death, he was a membei I NOTICE OF publication
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Jacob Schiff. 72. 8120 Island Ave., N
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died Tuesday. Aug. 3. He lived hei e '
tor ii years, originally coming
from V.'nv Vorfc
from Ne ifonf.
He was the Owner Market at the corner ol L6tfa SI
and Lenox Ave ucava c, ro>
Mr Schifi was one of the found- TATI
era ol me Miami Beuin Llks ,. .. ,
Lod^- i irtu
He is survived try his wife Hen- '" KRK REgtiRED to ,.
netta; a son. Leonard, of .North ,
Merrick, N.Y.; daughter. Mrs. H kiuedwaN i
Helen Portman, of Miami Bead.
five xandthildren and two great-
grandchild) I '> "
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services were at Riverside C hap-
ton Rd., with burial in Lake-
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side Memorial Park.
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N I and Leo fjoldntan, ,.f Mi-
ami foui ulster, Mrs Pannle
Robinson, of Philadelphia It
Mrs A ii n :i I., uiach, ,,( Ml
Mr- Ra. \l M ,., .
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Home, with interm. m In > ,, f
David Cemeterj Khiva wat oh.
aerved at the home of L......old-
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F.CTI! :C_S NAVE LAW
N thai
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Icej in Perth Ami,.,!, x j
witten. Abraham .
Bt. Orai Wed
ECKSTEIN l Em
Collins v
GOLDIN. Solomon,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY rjlVKX that

nder the fletltlo .....
M'/.l Kl iRNER ai 100-1
Miami B. .,. h, P
with Hi- '',. :-u ol the
I Court ol I hide ......i>. Fioi .
Ida.
HARANT ENTERPRISES, INC
B> Mai i v11- .in iu >,.. i'r.
HARRY ZIKERNICK
Attorney f..r Maranl Enterprtses, Id.
HO Lincoln Rood
IManil Beach, Pla
. i .J0-S5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.VTI.-E i> HERBIIT OIVEN thai
I desiring ... ......
business under the fl.
tlti.lUf
R i
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N E 16th Ave Intends ... rea-ist.
-'"I n Clerk of tl
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MAR^
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rhe factory if the MM eaecui.ve ryoewri'*'
were new and con $300 mora.
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Page 11-B

LEGAL NOTICE
ICE BV PUBLICATION
CiUC'J'T COURT or THE
[NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IRIDA in AND FOR DAOE
(UNTY IN CHANCERY,
N 1 fOC 8306
-QERHIK IN
Jntiff
VH
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in.lint
SUIT FOR D'VORCE
BDKRIi'K OBKSHON
II .- ..t-i i n Vvwil
K... k..* ,- \..w York
FY.cl.rlok Crrr-hon. are hen -
fled thai i Hill ..r c.mpiiti
h hee-n filed against
l ) !! ir- -. riir.il I,. -. ri
m your Aim *r or Pleading t.,
It' m< y, Ri>B BBT sci >tt
IAN. .- it, l tVant Flag-
Will. Plni I nd file the orlar-
iwm ..i I ..ln,r In the offl.-.
11. rk i>i Circuit Court "n
the | i of S.|,iiih-i
^Mt '.<'U i-v jndr/n'.-nt
by a^Bui t will .ikiIiki i..u
for ^p r-Uf i th.- Hell
Inl
tlce *l IIhIk I on. .
for
JKW1 -II \\
AND M 'EKED nl Miami.
thl* >" v ,.f Jury, \ D
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_Jt.CE BV PLICATION
Era crcui* court or the
NTH JUO'CtAL CIRCUIT OF
_!\DA is >nj CQR DAOE
Sl'NTY. CHANCERY.
RtrrtE** in
IVn' -
tfrWflW
Y HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK'E is MKRRBT C1IVEN that
Hi.- underetaned, daalrtng t.. .mni-.- in
I- I- 1,.-- nil!. I th.. fit t'tlous Uillll,. ..f
HKTTV I'ArtHW DCTToX. ,1 b-a
BETTY iassiht ui ihiimI.. i _.-;
Langford BltUc. in the City of Miami,
Florida intend, to re|ei.r tlif said
name uiih the I'lerk of the Circuit
Court of i'...i. County, FferMa
Dated m Miami, Florida, this lHth
da i "i .lulv. i:.ii;.
BrTfTY c.vs+tlDY DCTToX
'Nu what's new, Gnu?'
LEGAL NOTICE
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the Plai
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ELEVENTH JUO -HL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA n UNO FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No 5C TOO
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lN THE COUNTY j'JOCES COURT
IN AND FOR OADS: COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No a&3VA
IX 111
.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Att.ri > f..r Kv
I'M Baal FHaslei -
- -
IN THE COUNTS JL 30E-S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No C7442
IV H
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE -NOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. ItBKbrKY lil\ HN thai
| to ..- mi- in
m.. ..i
IH .\u.s'ri:\i. PUAJI v ..i i"" HI
; 1'iiv. ll i .. Intend to
rajtUti i at .. th Ih.- Cii al
the i*lii-uit Daala Count).
ll. rlua
DAVID BTI /.in. btdlvMually
I'A.N'ii'i. ilAXlKl. si:ri.i:it
Atlol ii- | fn Appj .
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C"L RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 67792
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NOT CE TO CREDITORS
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log Ctali \
N .: her i I n
'i'iir. I I I
a lii li >o
HIM, KAIM.AN
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t.. th< i- i ,
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Data i ..I Miami, 11 wlda, il
day of An
.Mol.l.V ilRKE.NHrn.il K M'l. VX
Am Bxecurrlx
Ftral 1'iiMi. .lion of th
v VRVlN i !.~- i>...iii:!:
Attornaj foi Bvrvutrix
III : llasa Center
Miami, Florida

23-30. N't-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATL
No. S74MA
IN RE Hkitiite ..r
RAK CV IHKN
I .. -.h|
NOTICE OF PROBATE
TIM: STATK OF FLORIDA:
th mi. i-i:i:s Till-: BHTATB '! SMI' I i TUIAT
Von ..... h.i.-|n ii.,iif|d that ., uric.
ten in.-iruiii. nt paamnrtina t" Ua Mia
>.i-t wilt mi.I i^nVAtrt ..f-. rM I -
dent hn I.....n admitted t" nroamU In
-.i .1 '.-in L 1'OU ."ir. h. r. U\ <,i:
- the .Int.- ,,f Hie I HI DUblli ,t: .11 ,.|
tl.lv nntk to ;i- i-- i In k-iid Cvurt
and -h.. ,n-.-. n an> you enn w*y
ih. ... i "n of -.ii Courl Ii admittuia
*aM v'ill to probate -h- i.....I
niir^. "I,. .1
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Miami, Florl
T
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
vjenlst: rkwidi^n
aolicita your lcafjol Qobcava.
W* appreclatt) your
patronaq* and ouaranloo
accural* srric rt loaal
Mai FR 3-469S
for moBSongar orrico
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBt-ICATION
IN THE C;RCU'T COURT OF Th
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No SSC 8317
!" irV'THV l.\ Etl'VM -
n'f.
IN THE COUNTY JUDOfS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 67-168A
IX l:r-i-.i ...
RAK COll N
I.- .i-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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^ hereby not ra-
nd .1. -
H -
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the 11 me ol pn
thai
Dated il M i Flo ,-l .. -: h
daj of July. \ i> '
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DACrE
COUNTY IM CHANCERY.
No. 65C 844
Itl.-ll m:'> -mi ih
iff.
1UIIV >MITlf.
I ., .,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V 'I l:i I V .-Mi ill. K<
I known, >
in- itum. l >i\ i
flli .I aamit
| ne> i;i-:i >Ri :i: XICIIOLAS N w
IJth \n Mini
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DAT! !, I .
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
CK is 111,i. BY tSlVBM that
'1. ii.-lrlm; In "na-uiie
___"' und.-r th^ fii | ,
"f TBFiH'i M '. \\ x\N s i
T*y K Kit V I. i- rmiiMiiA in iN
(jBBC) .IVNN K..KOSI..NAI.
B/l i' i-: v > A N i \| I'S. i
|^s I XT I'ill i : SKf.viii: >i:
ON \l! M| .-.
Hialaal.....m- i,. n
pii.. k win, the Clark of the
"'urt of intv. h-\.r-
HMHA v \ .; \Nn n.ii .
S M. KKI.
f..i \:
rth St.. Hi...
l/-U-30-Z7
NOTICE UNOER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTrCN 18 KaMUaBT UIVBN thai
the undrralaned, daalrlna to enaaje*- in
Im hlni ^ md II fUMItloua n.in.....I
lloMCSTKAli aHOPPINll ri.\/\ ,i
I-. lllalaan Drive 11 i..l.-..li. l-lorhlu
Intend to reajlwier -..I name with the
. of ihi Clr Court of Dud
c'oinit.. Florida
1MVID bTiaUM, tndMdiially
l'\Ml:i. S|-.IM.;K Tiuatro
DANIBI, SI vi.Wl
Vtt"i ti.-\ for A]..
|i> lllaleah l>i Ue
Hlaliah, Florida
I, v (-IS-M
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS I1BREBY i.lVK.N' thai
the nii'l. -m i -l 'l.-iMiK to eii
liuainwa under tha ric-tllloiia nama of
I..'I ISK K VAN HOMMBN, .1 b I
LOI'IHB VAN al itmkti -<> Laaa-
ford I'.ldK- in the OltJ of Miami. Flor-
ida luti nil- to raaaHer th- aaJd nama
wilk the l"rk ..f the llriiilt Curt ..f
i..,i. Coal I
l>nt...l ..! Florida, this l!th
LOU 1 Si; K VAN HOKSBN
7;23-St). S/6-1J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 5C 7864
KITH I. B MINKS.
ri.m
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M VHMiX W R MINIS u;
I fendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO MMII.i'.N \V BAKNBS. .III.
bj Hill Road
Slin-1. ir\. i'..iiiii-.-tl.-ut
You, mahlon w hm:xi:s. jr.,
ar< harabi notified that a Hill of Cum-
l.lulli! for Divi>n-e ha.- I.e. II filed
ajealust you, and >on are raajalaad t"
arVl a copy of your Anewer or Plaad-
Inc to the ii II oi i ,.in|.|aliit ..ii ''.
Itul'iiifr* attorney, I'ACL KWIT-
NBY, 120 I.n.....in Road. Mi,mi Beach
Florida and file the original \u-.\.i
or Pleading in the ,.riive .t th.- Clark
of tha Clrruit I'ourt on or bafara t lie
L'.'.th da> of AiMtust. tatS, If yon fall
to da aa Judrnieiit hi .lefnult will !
taken agalnal you far th.- relief ile-
in.hi.led In the Hill of Complaint
Tlile uotl.e .-hall l>e puhliitheil onca
aach waak for four oonaocutlva waek*
In TIIK J-RWISH FUiKIDIvX
IK>Xi: AMI IIRDKIIKD ;t Miami.
Moiida. thle 19th day of July. AH
IMS,
C II l.BATIIERMAX. CI.-rK.
i"in nit Court. Dad*County, llorida
By: I. SXKI-niKX
IVputv Clerk
I'M I. K\VITNi:v, BOQ.
i a i. oh Road
Miami Beach II.....la
Attorne) f..r I'l.untiif
7 IS-tO, I -
NOTICE TO DEFEND
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT OF
FLOR DA. IN AND FOR D a DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No SSC "83
IIV Ik -U DAi II.
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I fell,!
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AND OTHER RELIEF
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M. H. Rl
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DONK CVO ORDERRD
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tiTIIBKMAN '
Court, l "ade i "ounl I
I ii P COI'BI.AND
Deputy i
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Mil MM I, i. .UN LA R --'
SUIT FOR DIVORCEE
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IN THE COUNTV Ji_ JOE'S COL RT
IN AND FOR OADfe COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No tl9*C.C
IN I:
XI : \"
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NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
v. I lav-
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FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
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NOTICE UNOtR
FlCT,TiO^S NAME LAW
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE Is HERE IH CIVEX that
the mid. r-a:ii.-.l. ,1. ring i" .ii.
undar th. fictllloua n
SI N FRBHH I'Ri HT'TS ll Man i.
. Intend* I name
with the Clerk ol Ihe Circuit Omit of
11 l.i,- County, Florida
c I T I:. >TTLINl: CtiMT' VXY
IF l-'l,. iRIDA, INC
7110 N \\ I h \ i
M ami. Florid I II ll
By: siiim\ 11 Huberman. Praa.
. i |
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICkl l- HBRBBY HIVKN ih.tt
the uadaraignad, daairlng to enga
.ii'i.-i the flctltloag nama of
ROOM-A-RAMA at Ml". S State Bjoad
T Hollywood Ma intend- to rag
-ii.i nama with th. Clerk of the Clr-
oult Court "* DaaTe County, Florida
l.CCKVs' FCRNITCRE INC.
Boat o naga
7/aa-jo. 8/-u
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRERt C1IVBM that
the mni.rKiKiieii. deairlng i" aaajaara la
ndi I he flet n i"ii>> ii .
si \ lore iii:ii;ix.-m.s ai ;i Ha-
. ..in. bi>i m:.,,, i i rai i
!- !-: r -aid name With the
tha Clr. nil Court of I Maal
* 'ouat). Floi Ida
m \i:\ a i; \ui:i:r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni 'Th ': is HEREBY ;i\ in that
th,- uii'l. -ii.il. .1 deairlng to rngai
11.ai- nan
WIIJ.IAM V II MITIII N ,1 !. a UII.
i.i \.M ii \ i: i al numb< r 106 i ...
HI.Ik In the OltJ of Miami. hWntu
ii i. ii I-- i' ragtater the said naaaa with
the cierk of the Circuit Court ol I
i',. nty, Fli
Dated al Miami. Florida, this Itth
day of .Inly. IX
WU.1.1A.M A. HAITI 111 X
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NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
order of publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida. in ano for dade
county in chancery
No. 65C 7817
ALLEN l:\I.lll WHII'LEY.
I -nil.
i
KTHHI. MAS SHIPLEY
I ndanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl' ETHEL M M -iii i i.i :\
tOG Norman i' mn
Trenton, Wan -,-i
Yon. ETHE1 MAI SHIPLEY, ara
hen l.\ notified thai .. Ill ol Com*
plaint for Drrori l be< n flledl
againat lou. ..mi yo ;,r. reajtn rod ta
sell. i ,..|U ,.f >o|l- \HHU- ,,: I'l.ad-
Ina t.. the Hill of Complaint on tha
I'liintlff's Mtorn.-i. SANFYtRD M.
su BROUN T4I s......id Itulldlna).
Mi.mil Ftorlda JIS: in llng In I he offlca
"I he i'I.m k ot thi 'ii. ii i i ..iirt ..a
or I"
If you fall to do ko : bj d< -
fault will i. > ..ii fog
I r 11 i:il of
< "ini'liiiii
iH'Ni: VND OltltKRKD at Miami.
Florida, this uth da.i ,.f Juay, AD.
i: B LEATHERM v v Clark,
i 'a.I. ..linn Florida
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Friday. August l'j, \%
Page 12-B
FAIR

OUR
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po^p^o beach
DELICATESSEN
IS OVERFLOWING WITH TASTE-TEMPTING
DELICACIES THAT ARE TIME & MONEY SAVERS TO YOU
Just tell your Appetizer Man how you wish your order sliced ...
Nova Scotia
Lox
PRICES EFFECTIVE
THURSDAY
THRU WEEKEND
Small
Whitefish
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Pastrami
Sout 40* It,!
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MADE WITH SOUR CREAM & FRESH EGGS
...WITH A ZIP OF LEMON JUICE
24-OZ.
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...YOUR ADDED S*t*a BONUS
FOR THE FINEST NAME BRAND
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