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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Oewish Flomdian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
'.'chime 35 Number 42
Miami, Florida, Friday. October 19. 1962
Two Sections Fiice 20
British Nazi Gets Nine-Month Term
SAYS ADMINISTRATION WELSHES
GOP Slams Johnson
United Nations Report
On Status of Refugees
WASHINGTON (JTAI Chair
I :::. William E. Miller, of the Re-
|: hi National Committee, an-
I ed this week that "the Re-
|i ican Party cannot support such
liiri unrealistic plan" as the Arab
[refugee repatriation proposals of i
llir Joseph E. Johnson, special
[emissary of the United Nations
J.l<>tine Conciliation Commission.
h... Miller's statement was re-
|jc..-td as a formal policy express-
of the Republican National
i mmittee,
Chairman Miller, who is a mem-
of Congress from New York |
ftate, charged that the State De-
ll ..::incut's "conflicting policy pro-
ouncements on the Johnson pro- ,
sal will nut lend themselves to
. establishment of peace in the
Near Fast and will, on the con-
[irary, contribute to increased ten-
n
In the Republican view, he said.
: i- not to be expected that Is- j
would accede to the propos-|
i rms. It is obvious that, will-
ingly or unwillingly, a mass of
. i timan Arab refugees would
t> i k repatriation."
On Wednesday, Oct. 3, Mr.
U;ncoln White, the press rela-
tions officer for the State Depart-
T.ent. announced our Govern-
ment's agreement with the rec-
ommendations set forth in Dr.
J-seph E. Johnson's Report to
'he Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission of the United Nations
rent a solution of -the Arab
'e n Thursday, Oct. 4. he issued
a contradictory statement saying
our Government has not as yet
taken a stand on the Johnson Re
port. This, again, demonstrates
the confusion and lack of candor
Continued on Page 13-A
Jordan Hands Over Leader
Mantle to Rockwell Here;
3 Others Also Convicted
NEO-NAZIS IN 22 COUNTRIES
PAGE 9-A
WlUIAM f. MIUER
. unrealistic plan
LET'S CROSS ISRAEL BORDER
Commissioner's View Seen
Biased in Favor of Arabs
AFRICAN DEPIORES ARMS RACE
PAGE 7-A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The Commissioner-General of the
United Nations Relief and Works Agencv for the Palestine Refugees
has submitted to the General Assembly an annual report which in-
cludes a series of pro-Arab recommendations with distinct political
overtones.
In effect. Commissioner John H.
Davis sustained most of the orgu- '
ments which the hest Arab coun-
tries have been using to keep the
situation of the refugees a political
issue. In sharp contrast. Mrs.
Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Min-
ister, told the same Assembly that
"a natural solution" to the prob
lem has been "frustrated by the
Arab dream of destroying Israel
and openly proclaimed Arab in-
tention of using the refugees for
this purpose."
The principal theme of Mrs.
Meir's address, her first to the
17th General Assembly, was Is-
LONDON(JTA!Colin Jordan, leader of the British National So-
cialist Movement, and three of his aides were found guilty Monday in
the Old Bailey on the two counts of a four-count indictment charging
them with violation of the Public Order Act.
Jordan, a former school teacher -
and head of the so-called "World |
Union of National Socialists." was
sentenced to nine months' impris-
onment. Mr. Justice Barry reject-
ed his plea for freedom on bail'
pending appeal. Jordan and his
three associates announced that
they would appeal the verdict They
have 14 days in which to file mo-
tions.
Convicted with Jordan were
three other officials of his Nazi
organization: John T y n d a I I,
26, national secretary; ..oland
Kerr-Ritchie, 42, its research of-
ficer; and Denis Pirie, assistant
national secretary. Tyndall was
sentenced to six months' impris-
onment; and Kerr-Ritchie and
Pirie to three months' each. All
had pleaded not guilty. They had
been accused of forming an or-
Continued on P*ge J-A
German Pastor Urges Churches
To Fight Against Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK (JTA) Dean
Heinrich Gruber. anti-Nazi German
Evangelical pastor, this week call-
ed upon churches and all Christians
to wage a battle against anti-
Semitism.
In an address before the Ameri-
can Christian Association for Is-
rael at a luncheon at the Inter
"What would have happened to
the victimized Jews of our day
in Europe, the Middle East and
North Africahad there not been
Israel's open doors of compass-
ion?" he asked. He said that many
Christians do not understand Is-
rael's vital role in the world, but
at the same time concern for Is-
DAPE LITIGATION
Supreme Court
Asked to Study
Religion Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court was
asked Monday to rule on the con-
stitutionality of three more as-
pects of religion in public schools.
In an appeal sponsored by the
American Civil Liberties Union
and the American Jewish Con-
gress, the high court was request-
, d to review a Florida Supreme
Court decision that upheld, in addi-
tion to Bible reading and recita-
lion of the Lord's Prayer:
11 Baccalaureate (high school
graduation) exercises in the form
! of Protestant religious services;
2) a religious census of pupils: 3)
a religious test for teachers.
The two organizations stres-
sed that the appeal was "not an
attack on religion" but rather
Continued on Page 9-A
Continued on Pa^e 11-A
Church Center, the clergyman urg- rael should not "diminish our com-
Sixth Fleet Denies Shore
Liberty to Jewish Sailors
MilTON fRIEDMAN
PAGE 14-A
WASHINGTON--(JTA)The U.S. Sixth Fleet, operating in
Mediterranean waters, has published formal, written regulations
concerning the restriction of Jewish personnel from shore liberty
at Beirut, Lebanon, but these orders are apparently not being
consistently enforced, it was learned here.
A Navy Department spokesman officially and categorically
denied both the existence and enforcement in any instance of
->ich orders. However, details obtained from reliable sources
said that copies of the regulations were aboard every ship ot
the Sixth Fleet, although the orders were in fact only haphaz-
ardly applied. One interpretation was that the orders were of an
"advisory" rather than "mandatory" nature.
On some ships, apparently. Jewish personnel may be refused
shore leave for "diplomatic reasons" because of the Ara-
mspired ban. On other vessels, the regulations are ignored, and
Jews granted the same shore privileges accorded to other men.
A question of application seems to hinge on whether the Jewisn
Personnel are "transient," in which case most captains seemingly
ignore the regulations.
e.l that Christians set aside a
special day of atonement "for the
nightmare that anti-Semitism has
brought to the Jewish people, over
the age," suggesting "Kristall-
nacht" on Nov. 9, as an appropriate
occasion. On this day in 1938. the
Nazis in Germany launched their
attack upon the synagogues.
Dean Gruber, who was thrown
into concentration camps for aid- j
ing Jews, proposed also that
Christians support Israel, a nation
which he said was "born out of
the recent holocaust and out of
the sufferings of past centuries." I
passion for the needs of the Arab
peoples, who fortunately have na-
tions and lands and resources with
which to work out their salvation."
"Dean Gruber urged that West
Germany establish diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel immediately, add-
ing that "consideration for Arab
countries should not prevent us
from doing that which we recog-
nize as a moral responsibility."
He disclosed that he would lead
a group of German Christians to
Israel next month "so that they
Reds Attack
Missile Sale
LONDON (JTA) Red Star,
organ of the Soviet Defense Minis-
try, denounced Israel this week as
an aggressor nation and charged
that "American Zionist circles" had
induced the United States to agree
to sell Hawk ground-to-air missiles
to Israel.
"The Hawk deal did not take
place without a hand from the
Zionists," the publication asserted.
may come to dedicate themselves "Through its ties with the Zionist
Continued on Page 7-A Continued on Page 3-A
Soviet Opens New Trial of 15 Jews
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LONDON (JTAi Fifteen Jews
are on trial in Czernovitz, a city in
Bukovina annexed to Soviet Uk-
raine after World War II, charged
with speculating in gold and for-
eign currency, according to a re-
port received here from Moscow.
The report quotes the Soviet Uk-
rainian newspaper Pravda Ukrainy
as stating that the trial started sev-
l eral days ago. The paper listed all
the names of the accused and em-
phasized that many Jews in Cher-
novitz have relatives abroad. About
j 30 percent of the 150.000 residents
of the city are Jews.
The newspaper asserted that 55
pounds of gold ingots, diamonds,
and foreign currency was found
in possession of members of "tho
ring." It revealed that among
the accused was an 81-year-old
man. Alter Bronstein, who was
accused in currency dealings
amounting to more than $100,000.
Yefim Margoshes, described by
the Soviet newspaper as a railroad
Continued on Page 5-A


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Sapiro BackIn Cedars Bed
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Samuel T. Sapiro, president of
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, is
"back home" this week.
Not at his residence in Coral
i Cables, but in a patient's room at
! Cedars, following his transfer from
South Miami Hospital.
He was originally admitted to
South Miami Hospital on Sunday.
ept. 2, following a two-car col-
lision in which he incurred rib
fracture and internal injuries.
As hit condition improved, ha
requested hospital!xation at Ce-
dars, where ho knows practically
every staff member, by first
name. "Cedars is his favorite
causo," said Mrs: Sapiro. "He
could hardly wait to be trans-
ferred."
At first, there was a delay be-
cause of shortage of available
beds, but the switch has finally
been made. Sapiro was welcomed
by hospital administrator. Sanfcrd
K. Bronstein. who says it's going
o be tough keeping the phone out
if Sapiro's n ach.
"lies going to be here for a
while." said Bronstein, "and we're
happy to have our president with
us."
Sapiro and the board of trustees
are in the midst of a campaign to
secure contributions for comple-
Mob of the upper three floors of
Cedars.
ic over the agenda of the 12-day Shalom Cruise on the
jtcrlem, scheduled Nov. 8 to 20, are Akiva Goffer, vice
of the American-Israeli Shipping Co.; Mrs. Esther
l president of the North Dade-Broward Council of B'nai
[Women. Also participating in the B'nai B'rith Women's
Insorship of the Shalom Cruise is Mrs. Edith Simmons.
lent of the Miami Council, not pictured. Israel Consul
Zeev Z. Dover are official patrons of the goodwill
tc seven Caribbean islands, sponsored by the Greater
, Israel Assn.
Lines Managing Director Arrives
lelp Map Caribbean Cruise
Kin. of Haifa. Israel, i ping company, visited here a year
irector of Zim Lines, ago when the SS Jerusalem made
in Miami on Friday to its first visit to Florida,
leaders of the Greater The sleek Jerusalem, flagship of
il Assn. about the 12 | Zim Lines, will arrive in Miami on
n Cruise to the Carib-|Nov. 3 from Haifa by way of New
\. 8 to 20. i York.
Elect Fleischman
Group Vice Pres.
Harvey Fleischman, vice presi-
dent of Wometco Enterprises, has
heen elected a vice president of the
Motion Picture Exhibitors of Flori-
da Assn. Fleischman will serve
for the year 1963.
The Motion Picture Exhibitors of
Florida represents the majority of
all the operating theatres in the
State of Florida.
Fleischman has been with Wo-
metco since 1940, and is vice pres-
ident in charge of Wometco's neigh-
borhood and drive-in theatres in
Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach
Beach counties.
1 He is also in charge of the con-
struction of the three theatres cur-'
rently being built or planned fori
! operation by Wometco in shopping i
I centers in the South Florida area.
|an. who directs the world
aerations of Israel's ship
liets Attack
of Hawks
tinued from Page 1-A
t\ ens of the United States,
ias the ability to exert di-
luence through highly plac-
in the American Govern-
Dt"-paper asserted that the
lecision was "pregnant with
ft;.; dangers" of a Middle
:.<. race. It made no ref-
however, to the fact that
Itec. States decision followed
! B flood of Soviet-made
|ii in latest type bomb-
'Fj.ypt. Syria and Iraq.
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The fully air-conditioned and
stabilizer-equipped vessel will
take leaders of the Zionist Or-
I sanitation of America and the
I B'nai B'rirh on a tour to Nassau
on Nov. 4 to 7, prior to embark-
ing on the Shalom Cruise a
goodwill mission to seven Carib-
{ bean island countries.
Herman will meet with Maurice
i Revitz. president of the Greater
l Miami Israel Assn.. and with Leon-
. ard Solomon. Jack S. Popick. Sid-
ney Ansin. Max WeitZ, Ben Essen.
Fred K. Shochet, and other associ-
jtion leaders.
Akiva Coffer, vice persident of
.the American-Israaii Shipping Co..
said approximately 50 reserva-
tions for the Shalom Cruise are
still available. They may be made
at the Zim offices, 407 Lincoln
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An intensive public relqtions program to carry the Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital story to the community was launched
this week throughout Dade county. Press, radio, and tele-
vision will be utilized in the campaign to complete the upper
three floors and thus relieve the bed shortage at Cedars.
Shown (left to right) are Morris Lomaskin, Harry Gordon and
W. B. Vickers as they inspect a television slide now being
broadcast on local stations.
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front, the supper club aheadjoy builds up
and seeks expression. Then suddenly it
happens between the acts, for example, when
you order the whisky expressly made for the
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Volume 35 Number 42
Friday. October 19. 1962
21 Tishri 5723
On the Old and the New
The observations by the minister from Up-
per Volta at the United Nations on Tuesday are
about as succinct a statement of principles as
one can hope for on the Middle East today.
It is certainly in contrast to the Johnson
Report, which relies on old political tomfoolery,
and betrays the fact that American foreign
policy will not change a single iota this session
from the course it has taken previously.
The Upper Volta statement, made by a
new country with no ties to the duplicity o!
State Department diplomacy in the matter of
Israel-Arab affairs, voices the hopes !or peace
of free men everywhere.
The Johnson Report, issued by a man
schooled in Sate Department double talk, plays
politics while ignoring human need
Final Days of Sukkoth
Some traditional Jews do not regard their
fate for the New Year as sealed on Yom Kip-
pur. For them, Hoshana Rabbah, which laun-
ches the last two days of Sukkoth this week-
end, offers one more opportunity to make a
final pleading.
Whatever the interpretation of Hoshana
Rabbah and Shemini Atzereth, one thing is
certain: the joyous note of Simchas T o r a h ,
which begins Saturday evening, and which
brings to a conclusion the High Holy Day
period.
In Simchas Torah. the Jew reaffirms his
faith in history. He wears the glory of his
ancient tradition on his sleeve. He revels in a
momentary identification with his past, and
thus has ecstatic visions about his future.
Simchas Torah marks the last portion of
our regular reading of the Five Books of Moses
throughout the year, and the resumption of
the reading with Genesis anew. In this sense,
the holiday affirms the fact that all ends are
merely beginnings, and that for the Jew, his
tradition and culture are the vital source of the
cycles of his survival.
If, as we chant in our daily prayers, out of
Zion will come forth Torah, it is no less true
that out of the Torah comes forth the continuing
identity of the Jew.
A British Object Lesson
Britain's treatment of this great democ-
racy's Nazi and Fascist hopefuls should serve
as an object lesson for the American mind.
In the name of free speech, we have been
prone to tolerate, even to nurture, the right of
hatemongers among us to incite to riot and to
encourage murder.
Colin Jordan has been sentenced to nine
months in prison for hi? provocative political
philosophy. But, cavalierly, he has been able
to turn over his "ship of state" to George Linc-
oln Rockwell, of the U.S.A., who now also be-
comes "Fuehrer" of the British counterpart of
his own American Nazi Party.
Rockwell is immune here because we have
a strange idea about just what constitutes free
speech and the right to free assembly. Hence,
the State of Virginia recently accorded the
American Nazi Party a new charter under
another name; while the Attorney General of
the United States even refuses to put the Rock-
well gang on the subversive li^t, almost insig-
nificant though this form of official ipprobrium
may be these days.
We have still not learned that Rockwell's
kind of free speech purely and simply incites
to murder. Britain, v/ith a far older tradition of
democracy on which to rely, recognized the
distinction, and this week threw Colin Jo:
into prison to emphasize it.
They're Oft to Me Ami
A group of Greater Miamians will leave
here next Tuesday for a trip to Israel to dedi-
cate a unique project undertaken by the Jewish
National Fund.
The project is Me Ami, this community's
twin city to be erected on the frontiers of Is-
rael. Me Ami symbolizes Greater Miami Jew-
ry's determination actively to participate in the
recreation of the Jewish State in our time.
But more practically, it is a reflection of the
ongoing Jewish National Fund projects in Is-
rael dedicated to the reclamation of the land.
This has been the central purpose of JNF
since the days of its launching many decades
ago. The traditional blue-and-white boxes,
known to Jews virtually going back to the turn
of the century, in which coins were collected
to purchase dunams of land to hasten the ful-
fillment of the Zionist dream, became in the
years before independence a promise of the
future.
The Jewish National Fund today
vast afforestation and reclamation
Israel, is helping to carry out the promise
Miamians who leave next week to
Me Ami will be seeing ior themselves the
purpose of these projects to the
of Israel's continuing progress.
The Bar Mitzvah Year
Temple Menorah in Miami Ben-
paring to mark its Bar Mitzvah year,
teenth year in Jewish tradition denot-
tainment of religious maturation.
On this occasion, Temple Menorah rne:
regards the celebration as symbolic, and the
maturation as promise for further achievement
in the future.
Temple Menorah began as North Shore
Jewish Center thirteen years ago. Its congre-
gation has since grown significantly in num-
bers, and its varied religious, educational, and
cultural programs have grown in complexity
to meet the needs of the community it se-ves.
Under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah has be-
come one of the vital synagogues in the Great-
er Miami area.
The Bar Mitzvah year celebratio:.
well for the future of Temple Menorah
affirms the purpose oi I

c: worship.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
THE JERUSALEM
teaching point -'P
mainly, i
of vim
s,'PPoe; u,e
significant thing^*"
the tonj-rto,
conference was
recognition that in"j3|Lr
cation increasingh \C
4
ultimate
and its reU>i
I
tie iK-tween"',,.1*
and diaspora Jewry. Previously, what had been fell for non
.Israel was, an ioconspjabU: yearning toward the frstLV1
historic idea. The idea has since been fulfilled, at leasttotk'
tent of the reestablishment of a Jewish nation, even if net
Jewish exodus there: and the danger now looms that self-saiiiS'
will replace yearning, apathy erode self-satisfactnn. and la,**
achieve final ascendancy over apathy. "W
As the educators saw it. to guard against these likely dmk
nients. a steppod-up program of Jewish education -hould be i2
mented immediately. Glory in the common heritage must not
place reminiscence in the fulfillment of the common dream iv
of course, clearly means wider understanding of Hel
language, no less than as the tongue of the Bibl
literatures.
It appears to me. however, that these considerations should ik
imply a reciprocal interest in Israel to learn the w v, of nnnlsr
Jewry. The continuing and inflammatory statements to th
trary of David Ben-Gurion would not appear
climate in Israel is conducive to such a re
ugh some professional educators there ha'
need to stud) the culture of diaspora Jewrj i
.. vigorous brand of two-way communication,
DILUTION Cf A BASIC PURPOSE
WHATEVER THE DEGREE "f reciprocit)
" Pnm< Minister to this neei
it rial h< his own, which also n
[f renl point of view. Cei
- the ien-Gui lish over the failure I W
to I>ra nbers, and the
things
In term- of historic hindsight, the
: se, which "as tu establish a J<
in Palestine for Western Jewry to occup>
:t scourge of anti-Semitism; 2> the Pi
since t!i' reemergence of Isi
homeland of which the Her/1 variety Zionists
become a countrj increasinglj peopled bj .'
East and North Africa
No one would publicly declare, and least Mr i
that these Jews are of a lesser order than the Jews of Eur ;
if it is not declared, it is certainly implied in
anguish, which takes on the overtones of a kind prophecy
of impending doom. Zionism as a political idea spawned utti
manicured hearts and minds of West European wry, modermri
as a popular philosophy out of the roots ol hist ri< Jewii
Zionism in the form of actual colonization cami '.uth the toil ait
sweat of the Jews from Eastern Kurope. who arrived m Palest* .
fired by the visions of the llerzl drawing room philosopher- ^
Vienna, Paris, and London.
TWO WAY COMMUNICATION WlllY NILLV
COR THESE JEWS Europeans all was Israi intend!
as Ben-Gurion sees it. if Israel is to survive and compete in t :
day's world, her science and technology and govi i men) muS
rooted in the culture from which modem Zionisn lerived. Knar
should the Jews of the Middle East and Africa in his vii
as, endancy at least not as they are constituted I day; or tl
of his vision is a goner.
I rather imagine the Prime Minister is i specially
one regards the cultural status of these Jews, which is medieval'
best, and their exploding birth rate, which makes the WesternJ
i-h birthrate in Israel seem retrograde bj con i |:
failed in any significant numbers to inspire i:
Wesi ,.nd from the U.S particularly, he has l
thing to "westernizing" the Eastern Jews as i possibie-
al least before their own values dilute the
achievement that is the hallmark of the West
l' means a crash program in educatioi
itj anything American Jewrj intends
curriculum during the next few years Neithi
truction be the same, American Jews m l!
heritage, if they arc to act upon the anxict>
who believe that Jewish survival in the diasi
identification with Israel while Mr. Ben-Gu
iltaneously regard the indoctrination of h
the ways of the West as the best possibli '. ^M
um Willy-nilly the two-waj communii .-'^H
day however much Mr Ben Guri
iltural enlightenment as a d
Strangely, a parallel situation exists v v
ilthough on a global scale an n :'"'
- the I nited Nations formed '
o saj
Ihel-N"
friend*
UN AS A CHILD Of TM WIST
IT WOULD BE proper and humanitarian t
child of the peoples of Ihe world, who can
the last war to guarantee againsl I ."'. ^i
as i! is proper to declare that Israel symbolize he fua j
' rophec) and thai the Law ol R I '
lice excludes no J.'W except the cl :
the Law of Return is exclusive in spirit '" rilCrf
it is no secret that Israel was intended to be "'.,1 de*
I pressed Western Jewry Neither did the L'niti 1 Na,'r~ ,, *
as an altruistic instrument ol prophetic visioi ,-one*
to be a mutual protective association
allies Chiank Kai -lick's tottering <
ing
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the oilier, and those of the vanquished enemy
The Security Council veto, if nothing els
Soviet Union's current campaign to destroy b> il
rroika principle the secretary general- r
live arm of the UN reaffirms the prool "''''' ,
109, with newly "

members are now
!,s "' voting pants In the Gi
h m, Upper Volta. Ivory Coast, and I
as the 110th member all enjoy the -'
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riday. October 19, 1962
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New Translation of Bible Ready for Publication

MNJAMIN LfVIN
leach Man
eveals Gift
[Benjamin Levin, of Miami Beach,
made a major contribution to
n- Israel Histadrut Committee of
(n ater Miami, it was announced
fednesday by Joshua / Stadlan,
ksidenl of the organization.
Il.i'vin. who moved here five
..! ,i'd from New Yorlf, h;s
len a life-long member of the
|oni>t Organization of America
d of B'nai B'rith. He was an ac-
. leader in New York's hard-
la :v industry.
[% v ?-.*'-- - it kand Sidney, both of whom
^v in business in Miami, and one
lighter who now lives in New
Irsey.
Levin's contribution will help
bc.d the building of the $200,000
fcdical center to be built by His-
Idrut in Beersheba, capital city
the Negev, according to Max
lecht. chairman of the develop-
lent committee,
teds in New
Via! of Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
^pector, was charged at the trial
th having had contacts with spec
11 in Moscow, Lvov. Kiev, and
fest. all cities with sizeable Jew-
populations.
ther defendants listed by the
"ere Moshe Zayats,
si rnberg, Srul Zimilevich,
r Weinberg, Isaak Ronis, En-
K ifn an, Samuel Let antal,
|i I". imenboim, Pelika Mesl
Nagel. Leonid Sherman,
I Yankel Kohen, The trial is
in a series in which names
- have been prominently
iti d in Sot iel press reports
- trials and executions.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) The I
first Old Testament to be translat-!
ed directly into English from the |
traditional Hebrew text, couched;
in modern English, will be publish-!
ed starting next Jan. 28 with the'
issuance of the Five Books of
Moses, known as the Pentateuch,
by the Jewish Publication Society
of America.
The completion of the first step
in the 20-year project, undertaken
by a committee of the leading Jew
ish Bible scholars in the English-
speaking world, was announced by
Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky, editor-in-
chief of the committee of scholars
who worked on the new Pentateuch
for eight years.
Dr. Orlinsky, professor of Bible
at the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, said
that in its fidelity to the actual
meaning of the ancient Hebrew
text of the Bible, preserved
through centuries by the Masoret-
ic scribes, this new Bible repre-
sents the most accurate transla-
'lon ever made into English
clear, modern and easily-under-
stood English for today's reader."
He declared that the translation
incorporates the vast knowledge of
Biblical limes and writings that
has come to 'ii;!it in recent years
as a result nl archaeological and
linguistic discoveries in the Middle
Bast.
The translation, he added, is new
from the first phrase of the Book
of Genesis which, since the King
James translation made in the
17th century, has begun: "In the
beginning, God created the heaven
and the earth.'" Current knowl-
edge, said Dr. Orlinsky. leading to
a more accurate understanding of
the original Hebrew, eliminates the
implication in the translation thai
eternity began at this point. He
-aid the new precise translation
begins: "When God began to create
the heaven and the earth ."
[ompfec-food Fair Projecf
imetco Enterprises, Inc and
! Fair Properties this week is-
a joint announcement thai
i Fair Properties would build
Wometco would lease and op-
.i theatre in the West Holly-
I Shopping Plaza in West Holly-
The announcement was
bj Mitchell Wolfson, Womet-
president, and Ralph Biern-
> vice president and general
er of Food Fair Properties.
Another example of a "common
misconception" cited by Dr. Orlin-
sky is that Moses led the children
of Israel across the Reu Sea in their
escape from Egypt. He said that
"current knowledge makes it com-
pletely clear that they actually
crossed an area where the Suez
Canal lies today, a marshy section
north of the Red Sea. which in all
probability was covered witb*wat-
er to substantial depths in the
time of the Exodus The area was
known as the Sea of Ree^s and is
so given in our new translation."
He said there were literally
hundreds of passages "which
have baffled translators for cen-
turies and whose meaning is only
now becoming clear in the light
of our increased understanding
of the laws, languages and spirit
of the Biblical era."
Dr. Orlinsky described as perhaps
the most s'riking c-.ian.ee in the new
translation one affecting the Third
Commandment, previously trans-
lated as Thou Shalt not "take the
name of the Lord thy God in
Vain ."" This has been interpret-
ed to mean an injunction against
profanity, he .-aid. A more accur-
ate reading of the Hebrew, be re-
ported, reveals the commandment
tc be concerned wiiii perjury The
news translation reads: "You shall
not swear falsely by the name of
I the Lord your God: for the Lord
will not clear one who swears false-
, ly to His name."
Dr. Orlinsky said this change re-
vealed "not only the correct mean-
ing we have discoveredsources in
the Torah alonein making this
translation directly from the He-
brew text, it is also an example
oi the style in which our transla-
tion has heen couched."
"We have eliminated the 'thou'
I and 'thy" forms, and their accom-
panying verbs with endings such
I as 'goesf rnd 'bringeth.' which are
a holdover from the 17th century
and which make it almost imposs-
ible for most people, particularly'
young people, to read the Bible j
with understanding." he declared.'
"These archaic forms, including
such words as 'perforce,' where the j
Hebrew means therefore', and the
use of the word 'even' in almost a
thousand places where there was.
no corresponding word in the He-1
brew, have led many people to be-
lieve that the Word of God was giv-1
en in the Elizabethan English ofj
the 17th century."
He explained that "our con-
stant goal was to render the ori-
ginal Hebrew as accurately as
contemporary understanding will
permit into modern, readable
English, cMscaHing the errors
and obstacles vhich, through
misunders'anding or through a
misplaced traditionalism, have
stood between modern man and a
clear knowledge c." C In striving for this goal, he said.
the scholars responsible for the
new translation sought a dignity of
style and an elegance of express-
ion parallel to that of the Hebrew
text. As another example, he said,
the Pentateuch will present the
poetry of the original Hebrew as
poetry in English, will discard the
two-column format for more easily
readable, clear one-column typo-
graphy, and has not hesitated to
change the "arbitrary enumera-
tion" of chapters and verses, which
he said was a medieval imposition
on the Hebrew text. In favor of
divisions which correspond with the
meaning of the Old Testament.
The co-editors of the committee
are Dr. H. Louis Ginsberg, pro-
fessor of Biblical History' and Lit-
erature at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, and Dr.
Ephraim A. Speiser. professor of
Bible and Semitic Languages and
Literatures at the University of
Pennsylvania. A noted Orientalist,
Prof. Speiser is also chairman of
the university's Department of
Oriental Studies.
. The associate editors .represent
the three branches of Judaism.
They are Dr. Max Arzt, vice chan-
cellor and associate professor of
Practical Theology at the Jewish
Theological Seminary (Conserva-
tive ; Dr. Bernard J. Bamberger,
former president of the (Reform)
Central Conference of American
Rabbis; and Dr. Harry Freedman,
a leading British Orthodox scholar,
a former lecturer on Bible at Yesh-
iva University of New York, and
a contributor to the Sonr.no Bible,
Talmud. Chumash and Midrash
Rabbah He is now a rabbi in Mel-
bourne. Australia.
3efh David High School
Rabbi Norman N Shapiro, spiri-
tual leader of Beth David Congre-
gation, will continue to leach the
high school classes at Beth David
which meet Wednesdays at 4:15
p.m. Classes are open to 11th and
12th graders of the public schools.
regardless of whether or not they
were confirmed.
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Friday. October 19. 1962
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Page 7-A
African Leader Deplores Mid-East Arms Race
Joseph M. Lipton (second from leit), president of Temple
Emanu-El. will be honored at a dinner on Saturday, Nov. 24,
undei auspices of Temple Emanu-El. Announcement of the
tribute was made at the recent national conference of the
Israel Bond Organization in Washington, D.C. Shown with
Lipton at the conference are (left to right) Samuel Hothberg,
national campaign chairman of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion; Lipton; Jack S. Popick, chairman of the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization; Mar-
shall S. Harris; and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, national vice
president of Israel Bonds.
Lipton Will be Honored at Emanu-El;
Abba Eban to Arrive as Guest Speaker
Abba Eban, one of Israel's most My and the Security Council, and
iinled and acclaimed diplomatic himself presented a part of the
personalities, will come to Miami Jewish plea which resulted in the
t join in paying tribute to Joseph establishment of the State of Is-
|M, Lipton. president of Temple r']'' '
Emanu-El, at a dinner on Saturday
(evening, Nov. 34, in the Fontaine-
i hotel, it was announced sinv
necusly by Dr. Irving Lchrman.
spiritual leader of the Tempi', and
l-raeli spoke-"'"! o Washington,
DC.
ting out thai Lipton is "an
indefatigable leader in all commun-
and Israeli :auses." Dr. Lehr-
man said that the participation of
Ambassador Khan in the dinner "is
la tribute to Lipton in recognition
of his yeoman achi fments tor the
Temple, th.......imunity, and the
State of Israel."
He ;aid "the selection of a per-
sonality of the stature of Mr.
Eban or the occasion underscor-
ed the degree to which Temple
Emanu-El has Postered the cause
of Is-ael throughout the years
and the pric'e which is felt by
everv ttrnpe rrs^iber in this en-
dive-. '
Minister of
in of the Stare "I Israel.
- inding states-
; He has
k< j p in the le
i the SI ite Israel since
served for
[sra Vmbassad >r
Unit I 3ta -. and as her
ien'ative t" the
Nat he retun
el in 1
: i worldwide
in i' a- iff__i! liaison* be
i lie Jev ish community of
i ine and (he t nited Nations
'. ees tic i leliberated the
Palest i ib et in Geneva and
Mil '--
llr collaborat i i n the prepara-
tion [he Jewish case which was
hi before the General Assem-
Ficjhit Bigotry,
Pcder Demands
"tinted fron Pjge 1-A
he Jewis pie and the
peopli i i--, "
Do-!or Gruber receiver* an hon-
orary degree at exercises mark-
ing the openir? o' the 41st acad-
emic year of the New York
School of Hebrew Un'on College
Jewish Institute of Religion, the
Refoim rabbinical seminary.
<'tin h t !< e I such degrees
were Dr. n is, professor of
philosophy of the Graduate Faculty
*" the New School tor Social Re-
search; Aaron Rabinowitz. philan-
thropist and pioneer in public
bousing; and Rabb; Samuel H. Gor-,
don, of Rye, N.Y.
By JTADirect Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONS An impas-
sioned appeal to the United Na-
t'Cns and to "all apostles of peace'
to help bring about direct peace
negotiations between the Arab
i -nates and Israel, and to start to-
ward world disarmament by mak-
ng the Middle East "the first
! point where disarmament would
come into force."' was delivered
lere Tuesday by one of the newest
j 'nit most influential African repr"
sentatives.
The appeal came in an address
i'o a plenary session of the General
Assembly from Frederic C.uirma,
chairman of the Upper Volta dele
] gation. Last year. Guirma was one
! of the prime movers of the resolu-
i tion in the Assembly calling for
direct peace talks between the
: hostile Arab states and Israel. The
! resolution, ultimately sponsored by
16 members, including other Afri-
cans, several from Latin America,
and the Netherlands as represent-
ative of West Europeans, was de-
feated after the United States and
Britain opposed it.
Last weekend, the Assembly
heard from another African,
Maurice DeJean, Forevjn Minis-
ter of the Central African Re-
public, who said his delegation
would support, this year, "any
concrete proposal" tending to
promote a negotiated agreement
between the Arab countries and
Israel. The C.A.R. was also one
of the backers of the peace-talks
draft last year. But Guirma's
intervention Tuesday made it '
clear that not only the Africans,
bet nuiy c'her members as wel',
inch iirg possibly teveral of l.'ie
Scandinavian cruntr.es, \ i ad-
vance such a proposal this year
with greater force than at the
last Assembly session.
Declaring that the Arab refuge"
question, which is again on ihe
agenda this year as it has been
for 14 years, "is a false problem
I hat ha.-, lasted too long." the Up-
per Volta diplomat told the Assem-
I bly that the refugee issue must be
j resolved "for the sake of the peace
of the world." stating that the Mid-
dle East "rests on a volcano just
as dangerous as Berlin or Cuba."
Critical of the Middle East's "fan-
I tastic weapons." mentioning Soviet
planes, and referring indirectly to
! .he Egyptian launching of rockets
capable of hitting Israel, he said:
"This area becomes ever more
replete with fantastic weapons. The
opposing parties have learned the
lessons of the cold war so well that
I hey .cpnak its language to perfec-
tion. If they wish to try using roc-
kets, very well: but when one of
them goes so far as to indicate
,that these rockets will fall at cer-
I tain specified places, this is less
1 reassurmj. Soviet manufactured
planes and weapons are stockpiled
iu many countries, while other de-
fensive weapons are furnished by
the United States of America.
"In a situation !:ke this," h
continuei, 'everyone should
speak the 'enguage cf reason, '-
fact, just the language of coin-
men sens*. And what is the
language of common seise? It is
'fimtv'e.' Th St<'e of Israe'
exists. It is a member of the
United Nations. It i universally
known, sni many coui'ries hold
it in high esteem. It is very
active in practical inteinational
co'lako'aficn. It is impossible to
strike that state off the map of
the world bcrause a million Arab
refugees remain unyielding in
the matter of the method and
f'-rn in which they should be
indemnified, for the losses sus-
tained by them."
Mr. Guirma concluded his state-
ment regarding the Arab-Israeli
issues by telling the Assembly:
"The Middle East was the cradle
of two of the greatest religions of
the world, and many messages of
conciliation and peace came from
there. It is to betray its divine
message preaching peace to foster
a climate of war in this part of
the world. I wish to congratulate
her excellency, the Minister of
Foreign Affairs of Israel, Mrs.
Golda Meir. for having suggested
from this rostrum, and many
times, that the Middle East should
become the first point where dis-
armament could come into force.
We are in full agreement with this
constructive proposal for peace."
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Solomon Brings ThirtyYeus War For Religious Liberty
One of the ironies of American history is
Maryland, originally founded as a
n from religious persecution main-
I a religious tesl for public office. It
, as this law that Solomon Etting was to
: for thirty years.
.. s ,.-.. Itting first petitioned
.. ,ra| Assembb of Maryland to
lewsthesat er ts as others to hold
office. The committee appointed to
to the situation sympathized with
ng; however, they told him it was too
the session to do anything. Nothing
v. is ,lne for the following five years.
Etting continued to plan ami fight.
The bitter paradox of Maryland a re-
|.....is test was never more apparent
when President Jefferson appointed
Etting's brother. Reuben. United States
Marshal in Maryland.
Solomon Etting spent the next dozen
years working behind the scenes, enlisting
the support of influential citizens. Then,
each year from 1816 to 1826, F.tting and
his colleagues petitioned the legislature.
Each year legislation was introduced
in the General Assembly. Each year the
legislation was defeated.
But in L826, alter thirty years of peti-
tions, the General Assembly finally con-
firmed the "Act for the Relief of til.-.lews
of Maryland."
That same year. 1826, saw the voters
of Baltimore pay their respects to
tenacity of Solomon Etting. They elected First with the Finest Cigarettes
him to the City Council. through Lorillard research


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Friday, October 19. 1962
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Neo Nazi Groups Operate in 22 Countries
! Mrs. Alvin Savage stand before the Ark at Temple
7-:. mid. Mr. and Mrs. Savaqe have endowed one of the
:.. hs m the main sanctuary. Announcment of the en-
fnt wgs made by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leod-
r.e Temple, at Kol Nidre services during the High Holy

Supreme Court Will
Review Religion Cases
'.: itinoed :ram Page 1-A
"an effort to strengthen the con-
stitutional principle of separa-
i ... 01 inurcn and state the
_3rantee of religious free-
;c- all Americans."
:il papers were fied by
er. u.::;.'! counsel of the
Jewish Congress, acting
attorney for four Miami
tiallenging sectarian prac-
ade county public schools
rida case is the last of
visions affecting religion
- hools to he appealed to
Supreme Court during its
ssion, A significant fea
decision was the action
orida Supreme Court in
ectarian holiday observ-
the schools, such as
-. Chanuka and Easter,
howing of religious mov-
nil property the first
imerican history that any
reme Court had issued
.n. The use <.'f school fa-
ir after-hours religious
as also prohibited by the
parts of the decision
bailed by the ACLU and
-ess as "landmark rul-
' at s.->nal a historic ad-
-i the effort to protect the
pjbl,: school child from inves-
ts ^is religious conscience."
^re nor appealed by the
ithoc scrd to the Florida Su-
premt Court.
lenging the school sec
Tactic 's upheld by the
Supreme Court, the four
lade th tse !>oints:
alaurea e programs of a
ture ire "ordinary pro-
in Mid.Tii schools, with
! on ; iblic school prop
mm, churches. The
general!) consists of the
; religi : music, an in-
by a religious leader, a
. >>m the Bible, the singing
-. the reciting of religious
nd the 'jiving of a ser-
11 in iv also be com
:h the graduation cere
' the jvvaH of diplomas,
ministers regularly ap-
ese set '\ ices," the appeal
,ted. "bath rabbis and
priests have declined to

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-' pupils are asked to state
igious Dr.'ti-rence when
:' t the school system and
ers become part of the
I it record of the pupil and
" I i.i til.- Djards central
Simchas Torah
At Folk School
David I'l.-ki Folk ochool will
ho'ci a Simchas Torah celebration
Saturday evening at the Farband
Culture Center. 842 Washington!
;i\ i'.
Chayele Grober, of the Hebrew- <
Habima, will appear in a program
of Hebre* and Yiddish folk songs
and skits, and Louis Lasavin. Yid-
disb author and teacher, will --peak
on "Jewish Education."
President of the group is Max
B War. anr" Mr. Chamitz is cul-
tural chairman.
NEW \()RK (JTA) Neo-Nazi groups and individuals, spont-
eil, fascism and anti-Semitism, have staged more than 20 interna-
tional conferences and sessions in recent years to discuss and coordi-
nate their activities, according to a report issued this week bv the
World Jewish Congress in New York.
The report was submitted to the
executive of the World Jewish
Congress by Dr. Nehcmia Robin-
son, director of the W.IC's Insti-
tute of Jewish Affairs. It nanvd
22 countries as having Fascist
grcups or individuals active in or
connected with the "Nazi Interna-
tional" Ai.....itina, Australia, Au-
stria, Bel m Britain, Deni
Fri nee, Holland, Hun-
gary \ ji. In land, Italy. Nor-
way, Portugal, Span. Sw
Swiiz South Africa. Syria,
Turkey. U.S.A., Wesi Germany.
The WJC reporl stated thai the
Ku Klux Klan "has also branched
out in for ; .ii countries."
al gatherings of Nazis have been
successes, the report said. Some
have been banned, as was a Mos-
leyife conference of "Friends of
Europe" slated for London in
December, 1961. Some failed
because of insufficient response,
as happoneJ 1o a planned meet-
ing of 600 lessor Nazi groups
called of i v/lisn the sponsors
fcu..d ihey cou.'d i.ot get enough
surport sr conference in V.'eis-
bader. in 1961.
Uut, the report empha ized, "in
tol i. the inti i national Nazi i
- ha > c i, presental in
Is." ig to testimony
.....Dad i | erinter.denl
i sell
3 All persons seeking teaching
jobs or other employment are
required to answer a question on
the application form as to whe-
ther or not they believe in God.
Religious affiliation is also con-
sidered in the promotions that
are given under the school
board's "career increment pro-
gram."
In support of the statement. Mr.
Pfeffer cited an exhibit submitted
to the court noting that under the
heading "Cultural Attitudes." Dade
county teachers are rated on a
scale of zero to four.
"As to religion, a rating of four
is given if the teacher "takes part
in his own religious organization
and respects other religious be-
liefs'," the appeal papers noted.
"He rates three u 'he practices a
religious belief and if he takes
part in his own religious organi-
zation.' It he merely conforms to
his own religious belief.' he rates
one. He rates zero if his evalua-
tion 'is less than any of the 'Stan
dards described above'.''
The statemi nl seeking Supreme
Court review noted that the Flor-
ida case consists oi two separate
actions challenging the constitu-
tionality ol a vanetj of religious
practices in the Dade county pub-
lic schools Chamberlin vs. Dade
Countj Board ol Public Instruction
and Resnick, Stern ami Thorner vs.
Dade County Hoard of Public In-
struction. The two cases were
tried simultaneously and the de-
cision of I'le lower courts covered
them both. Chamberlin is an ag-
nostic Resnick and Stern are
Jewish, .mis. t'horuer i a u..-1
tanan.
Not a'l t^e planned internation-
pi i ica i every turopean coun-
try, as well as in the United
.States. Australia. South Africa,
Some Latin American and Arab
lands." The report offered no esti-
mate of the number of persons in-
volved in the Nazi groups all over
the world, but notes that "the Eu-
ropean Social Movement and the-
Bureau of European Liaison clainnjl
ed some time ago to have 4.000,-
000 supporters organized in so::t
10,000 sections and celLs"
The financial support for the
Naz's i- shrouded in mystery, bit
there are reports that finances ara
derived at least in part from Nazi
secret) I loot, "but no proof for tl i*l
contentii n i xists." the WJ( -
said. "There is a flow of ai
Si milic and pro Nazi and Fas i:
1 teral i i I in various < i .i-
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Friday, October 19,
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The
Gladiators
By MAX LERNER
Now that Jim Meredith is in the midst of his ordeal of going to
classes, with U.S. marshals still needed to protect him, the long pro-
cess of the erosion of student hostility 10 him will he a thine to watch
Mv own mind, released for a moment from the tense events at Oxford.
Miss., turns back to a couple of other Negroes who had the national
spotlight until it shifted to Meredith.
Sonnv Liston and Floyd Patterson are the kind of Negroes who
are the focus of attention as gladiators. Even a Mississippian could
emotionallv afford to go to Chicago to see them fight, or watch them
in the privacy of a segregated theater on closed-circuit T\ In fact,
the same Mississippians would have been delighted even to cheer Jim
Meredith en in a genial way if he had been content to be a gladiator
for their entertainment, instead of claiming the right to take political
science classes with their sons and perhaps even their daughters.

The trouble with Meredith, from the standpoint of the racists, is
that he coldly refuses the role of gladiator-entertainer which has been
a permitted role for Negroes. He is a fighter, but a new kind of
fighter: not for the ring receipts nor for the closed-TV purse, but for
the right to discover and develop the ability he has. whether for sue-
cess or failure, on equal terms with other Americans.
The tides of popularity have been shifting from Patterson to Lis-
ton The man who couldn't pronounce "rehabilitation" at his press
conference, and turned it over to his manager to complete for him. may-
or mav not be cleared for fighting in New York State, but he is being
-rehabilitated" in more ways than one People who spitefully used
to call him -bum" 1a term which, as he told Norman Mailer, he cheer
fullv accepts) are now using it affectionately, and soon he will be one ot
their heroes, and their cheers for him will surprise them but still they
will cheer.

As gladiators go there is not much wrong with Liston, if we will
stop being hypocrites about him. Why should he learn to pronounce
'rehabilitation'" That isn't what they pay him for: he is paid lor his
reach and strength and the weight behind his punch. He handled him-
self well not only at the fight itself but at his press conference the
next dav. when his responses to Norman Mailer were genial, effort-
less, and one of the best pieces of criticism, literary and personal, to
have appeared in recent print.
Liston will take care of himself from now on. whoever his oppon
ents are It is not lor Liston. but for Patterson, that 1 have seme
anxiety When a Negro becomes a public figure, as all three of these
bovs of roughly the same age have become, loneliness walks
constantly with them. Jim Meredith is a lonely man now as he reads
his assigned text bock chapters with the U.S. marshals in continuing
attendance. It is a lonely thing to enter or leave a classroom, watch
il g to see whether one ol the students will say -110110 or "Good
morning" to you. measuring the erosion process by those greetings.
w< ighing them against the jeers.

But whatever the jeers or cheers, I wouldn't change Jim Mere-
dith's loneliness for that of Floy,! Patterson. One of the saddest things
1 have read was Milton Gross's talk with him. with its account of him
he drove all night after a fight wearing a false mustache and beard
which he had prepared beforehand, expecting to be beaten.
It was a harrowing story of a young man so self-distrustful and
self hating that his one impulse was to blot out his own Identity. It is
lure that Jim Meredith conns through so beautifully, neither hiding
his identity nor blazoning it. but quietly, with dignity, asserting that
h< is what he i-. must do what he is dome, and do no other.
Despite the Mood and bitterness of Oxford, it is a good thin- for
a voting Negro to be preparing himself for functioning in America to-
morrow and on all the tomorrows not as a paid, cheered and booed
..nor, but as a hi man being
Dr. Stein Will
Speak at One-Day
Histadrut Meet
Dr Sol Stein, national executive
director of the National Committee
tor Labor Israel, will -hare speaK-
ing honors with Consul Genera
David Toher at the Oct. 28 annual
inference of the Israel Histadrut
Committee of Greater Miami, di
Stein will talk at the noon lunch-
eon a, the Seville hotel, which will
highlight the day-lone conclave
Announcement was made by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish. conference Chair-
man.
He came to the United States in
1940 from Belgium, where he had
been Jewish National Fund direc-
tor for five years Prior to join-
ing the National Committee tor
Labor Israel. Dr. Stein directed
JNF activities for 19 years in Phil
adelphia and surrounding territory.
Born in Vilna, he taught in the
Tarbut schools there until 1925,
when he went to study economics
in Belgium. After gaining a doc-
. torate at the University of
Ghent, he continued his activities
in the Labor Zionist movements
in Poland and Belgium, editing
Franco-Yiddish papers in the lat-
ter country.
Several hundred delegate- from
the Poale Zion. Farband, Pioneer
Women, and other Zionist organi-
zations will attend the one day con
ference. which marks the 10th an-
niversary of the organization of tin-
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami.
Joseph P. Zuckerman has been
named chairman of the arrange-
ments committee for Ihe conclave
Committee members include Irving
M. Sachs, Max Ilecht. Mr-. Miriam
Halperin, Jacob Schachter, Max
Astor, Harry Sack-. Simon Tetcn-
baum, Sam Jackson, Dr. Simon
Wilensky, Mrs Sonia Bobbins and
.1 /., Stadlan, president of the I-
rael Histadrut Committee of Great-
er Miami.
OR. SOt STEIN
Special Service
At Beth David
A special service will be inaugu-
rated at Beth David for children
and teen-agers on the eve of Sim-
chas Torah. To be held in the main
sancturary, beginning at 7:15 p.m..
teen-agers and pre Bar Mitzvah
bovs will take the place of adults
in the Torah processions. Ser-
vice leader will be Robert Stone;
Torah reader. Edwin Pont; and
chanter. Bruce Kaler.
Refreshments will he served by
the Sisterhood under the chairman-
Sinai Founders
Mark Birthdays
Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Biv
nital was to hold a combined meet-
ing and birthday celebration at the
, Carillon hotel Thursday
The group, compose i 11 .
and women who have .tribute!
a minimum of 150,000 | ward Mt
Sinai Hospital, celebrated thi
day occasions of five ol :'.
bers.
Honored were Founders Jerry
Blank, Benjamin Kane and How-
ard Kar.e. Ben Markowitz and
Max Schlcssberq. The club's
traditional birthday affairs are
hsM to horor these occasions
beginning at age 35 and at S-
year intervals thereafter.
According to Leonarl Wiea,
chairman of the club, the birth-
days of the honorees at Thurs
day's function occurred during the
summer months.
Wien. on behalf of Ml Sinai Hos-
pital and its board of trustees,
was to present each honoree with
an onyx paperweight carrying the
seal of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the
Founders Club, the name of thi
recipient, and the date ol the occa-
sion.
.ship of Mrs. James Young and Mrs,
Ben Plotkin
Do you think a good Dolitical novel will ever be written around a
hero like Jim Men lith and an episode like the one that happened on
the campus at Oxford. Miss.? Or perhaps a political pla> _
When 1 saw the pla> from C. P. Snows novel. "The Affair, which
has been dramatized, staged and acted with elegance. I saw an effort
to use a staid Cambri college as an arena for a sharp and search-
ing encounter of political idea- whose inner ferocity peered out -
although just bare'o through the mask of urbanity which Snow s
.....teration still wears unlike today's Dead End kids
But who will dare take up the challenge of the enactments of vio-
lence obscenity and spewed-forth hate on the Mississippi campus so
unlike Snows as theme for a play ol ideas which would have de-
,i Bernard Shaw | assii n for paradox and mischief m ideas, but
whi ih would get out ntrol of any American dramatist l Know
today?

The Meredith-written statement, assailing the Army which was
called out to protect him. must seem a bombshell to many who were
on its s.de. but while 1 'hink it was an avoidable mistake to issue it.
1 .,, it as a refusal to play the game Everyone has talked of him
as champion ol ii tegration, but he refuses the I uui I [Ming
tration. bt ,'"' ,1,v
self and m> peopli \- *iy. he ":'-,!- ""' N" 's ;'
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and Northern press and the NAACP
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of Public Welfare
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ited Commissioner ol So<
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president of the American Public
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T'JtnisI' ffr/nrrffidr/n
Page 11-A
Charge Johnson Report is Pro Arab
AJTY. GEN. KENNEDY
FMMftlCK W. RICHMOND
Robert Kennedy to Receive AJCongress
Advancement of Human Freedom Award
By Special Report
Attorney General Robert F K< n
has been named winner of
1962 Stephen s Wise Award
i n bj the American .1 e w i h
rcss "for advancing human
lorn." ii has been announced
i j Dr, Joachim Prinz, president
i 'ongress
': in' award will be presented I i
., Attorney General :ii a banquet
g Waldorf Astoria hotel Sun-
evening, Oct. 2R. Shad IV! r,
irman of the Governing Coun-
i the Congress, will serve as
quet chairman,
The Stephen S. Wise Award
New Magazine
Out in Israel
By Special Report
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Committee announced here
the publication in Israel of the first
le of its independent Hebrew
guage magazine. The magazine
. ims to encourage cultural crea-
vity in Israel and to increase
tual understanding between Is-
I and .lews in other countries,
Entitled Amoth (Evaluations),
bi-monthly perio < lied in style and content after
>i s Commentary. It is edited by
ino Grodzensky who. before
emigrating to Israel ten years ago.
as editor of the Yiddisher Kem-
a Yiddish language literary
gazine published in this coun-'
He also served as editor of
the Jewish Frontier.
The magazine is part of the
s new educational and cultural
ixchange program in Israel. In
bruary 1962, the Committee
tied an office in Israel to de-
velop this program.
"for exemplifying individual
achievement" will be presented
at the banquet to Frederick W.
Richmond, president of Ihe Ur-
ban League of Greater New York
and chairman o* the board of
the Carnegie Hall Corporation.
The awards were established in
1949 bj the American Jew ish Ci <
ess on 'In 75th birthday of Rab-
bi Stephen Wise, a founder and
long-time leader df the organiza
tion
i'i i \: i- u nners of the award
include former President Many S.
Truman, Israel Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion, Sen. Herbert II.
1,elm.an. Elmer Davis and Federal
Judge .1. Waties Waring. Organ-
izations that have been given the
Stephen s. Wise Award include tin
National A-sn for the Advance
ment of Colored People, the Amer-
ican Assn. for Jewish Education,
and The New York Times
Dr. Alfred J. Marrow, former
chairman of the New York City
Commission on Intergroup Rela
tions. served a- chairman of the
committee that selected Attornej
General Kennedy.
Committee members "ere Lloyd
K. Garrison and Ephraim S. Lon-
don. Frank Abrams was chair-
man of the committee that .-elec-
ted Richmond. Members of the
committee were Jacob Leiehtman
and Solomon N. Pitchers.
Continued from Page 1-A
rael's continued willinqness to
ioin wi'h the Arab countries in
"complete disarmament with mu-
tual inspection, covering all
types of weapons" and "d;rect
negotiations as the only means
for solving all differences."
added a warning that "as
ions a- Arab belligerency" contin-
Israel had no choice but to
"i:.Kt all necessary measures to
be capable ol protecting itself."
indirectly to the recent
I'.men states decision to sell de-
tensive Hawk missiles to Israel,
Mrs Meir rejected Arab objections
to the decision, she cited the
lieets 11 heavy bombers amassed
: and the statements by
; resideut Nassi r that his rocket's
could hit any part of Israel, and
' marked that it was ironical"
that an Egyptian spokesman
should complain loudlj from this
m" over the lact thai Israel
lissiles which could
be used only -tor | roti etior
- attacks from the air.'
'p, basic pi rblem which
the Assembly must understand
tvas Mia: the Arab states den> Is
ai right to exist and j!.,.; this
denial "has a direct bearinj on
[stressing refugee problem."
She reminded the Assembly that
Israel was willing and had always
beer, willing ; discuss with tne
Arab governments what can in-;
oe done to secure the future oi tne
refugees in the light oi tne poiiti-
cal and economic realties ot Hie
region. '
She contrasted the "love and de-
votion" with which Israel has r<
ceived thousand.- oi Jewisn ref-
ugees forced to leave other coun-
tries with the treatment the Arab
countries have given tne Arab
i elugees,
Dr. Davis' report asserted that
not only the refugees but the
Arab people as a whole fee! deeo-
ly that an injustice" had been
done to the refuaee-,; that imple-
mentation of a 19<3 UN resolu-
tion calls for "renatriation" or
compensation or resettlement of
the refugees as "demanded;"
that UNRWA should not sponsor
work projects, particularly those
which might lead to resettlement
of any of the refugees; and that
the Arab refugees most "cross an
international boundary" to end
their present plight.
Dr. Davis made it plain he
meant Israel's boundary, ii
sisted also that one factor in the |
continued plight of the reft
was the "overall economic limita-
tions" ol host countrii s E
Jordan. Lebanon and Syria ti
sorbing the refugees.
"A major proposition of the ref-
ugees must cross an internal
boundary if thej are to find lit
able emplov ment without i
i art oi the host countrii to
uneconomic m< it," hi wrote
lie dealt bri fly with exti
criticism ol I NRWA tor giving re-
lief on ration card- held
ilies of refugees who died with the
families no- ng the death.-.
He said there had been "some
rectifii ation." but a table to hich
he referred showed only that
among refugees removed from the
UNRWA rati in r ills there \ en
10.030 t been absorbet by
israd between 1930 and 1953
lie n that a- i i Jum 30,
l!Ki2. there w< re 1,174,760 refu-
gees
Ahmed Ben Bella, in his first
address at the UN as Prime Min-
ister of Alge'ia, told the Assm-
b'y this we?k that "our brother
Arab people of Palestine must
have their legitimate rights re-
established." He uraed "im-
plementation" of all UN restlu-
tions "upporting this right." '-His
stand lined Algeria up with -he
anti Israel Arab bloc at the UN,
and in efrct rebuffed Mrs.
Meir'- 'ter, made before the
Isra. 'liament last June ?nd
rc?etv. ; her UN add-ess 'his
week, that Israel would be hao-
py to establish "with independ-
ent Algeria the same beneficial
relationship as exists between us
and other new states."
Foreign Minister Emir Feisal,
.f Saudi Arabii also spoke at the
Assembly, continuing the custom-
ary An i' assaults on Israel, He
called tor elimination of the Jew-
ish State, said the Arabs would
"never abandon Pale-tine as a
niatti r of principle," and de-
nounced the decision on -ale of
the Hawk missiles.
Insurance fxec of Confab
General agent George Bernstein,
CLU, ol Coral Gables, has quali-
fied to attend the Protective Lite
Insurance Company 1!H12 all-star
sales conference at Boca Raton,
Bernstein qualified as a result of
his record during the past 13
month- He ha- been a Protective
Lite representative since 1955
DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
0 of the ancient sophisticates
Western European civilization.
ise real child the IN was
ant to be. And. among others.
ost of these are no more than
i graphic expressions, m some
' which cannibalism has yet to
be stamped out. and in none of
vhich there are human civiliza-
tions as complex as any in Brit
on, France, or Italy even a
thousand years ago.
The UN of 1962. a towering
Babel, is not the UN of 1945.
Neither is the Israel of today the
Israel of Herzl's dream. Oppos-
ing forces like the United States
and the Soviet Union, implacable
monolith-, all vying lor the ft
-lop of the African "upstarts.
and draining their economies in
the form of foreign aid to buy
this friendship, will have to I and
together tomorrow in protection
of their quasi-common cultural
roots if they are to survive the
challenge of the once dark conti-
nent. And. if the educators on
both sides of the Atlantic have
their way. American Jews and
Israeli Jews will be banning to-
gether, among themselves and as
two separate croups, to form a
larger union based on the heri-
(age of their glorious Hebrew
pas tb u t with contemporary
Western values the central key
to their future.
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Catholics. Protestants and Jews to
Know each other better." Richard
Cardinal Cushing. of Boston, de-
clared here tin- week. Cardinal
Cushinc is one of the five American
prelates heading 240 members of
the American hierarchy scheduled
to participate in the Council.
"There are many differences
among us." Cardinal Cushing said.-
"Biit there are still more things
that we have in common. I have
always invited Catholics not to lock
themselves in their own communi-
ties, and I can say the same in re-
gard to Protestants and Jews
"We must stand together, love
each other and know each other.
In Boston, there are conferences
between Catholics, Protestants
and Jews. All are praying for the
success of this Council. The Jew-
ish community and the Protes-
tants have sent me their best
wishes for our Council's work."
While an Israel Government dele-
cation officially participated in the
ceremonial opening, neither Israel
nor any Jewish community outside
of Israel will have observers at the
session.
Jewish leaders have submitted
memoranda to the Vatican in anti-
cipation that the Ecumenical
Council might agree to eliminate j
passages in the Catholic liturgy ;
harmful to Jews and modify in
Catholic textbooks all references
which are offensive to Jews. They
also focused attention on the
"Christ-killer" doctrine which
creates a false image of the Jew
in the minds of many Christians
and stressed the need for a per-
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*Jeisti Htridiar
Friday. October 19, 1962
Final Days of Sukkoth to Include Simchas Torah
held at Knescth IWMl, 1415 Euclid be hvM at 6:30 p.m.
ve^ on Friday evening at 5:30
p.m., with Rabbi David Lehrfield
officiating and Cantor Abraham
Seif chanting the musical liturgy.
Israelite Cntr, 175 SW 25th
St.. will hold second day Sukkoth
services starting Friday at 5:30
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Fred Bernstein officiating. Shem-
ni Atzereth services are Saturday
evening at 7:45 p.m. Yizkor serv-
Cntinoeclfrom P.. 2-A 5:45 p.m. Rabbi Shermin Staub- be ushered in at B.th Kodl.h Con-, wood. 1351 So. 14th MjUV
,. ,. ers sermon will be -Memories of trillion. 1101 SW 12th ave.. on
and children will participate in the .-, nmf
Hakofos at 9 a m L*"1? AJ">- Sunday scnedule Friday evening at 5:45 p.m Theme
starts at 9 a.m.. and in the even- for discussion during the holiday
Shemini Atzereth services will be ing at 5 45 p.m., with Hakofos to wiU be "The Cycle is Ended." with
p.m., the Hakofos procession will
be held, and on Sunday morning
at 8:45 a.m.. Simchas Tnrah is
scheduled for 8:45 a.m. Cantor
Saul H. Brech will chant the musi.
cal portion of all programs.
Hashana Rabbah ten icea it
ices will be held on Saturday at | B#fh Ufa#| Con9r.gih<>n m
40th st.. will be conducted by Rab-
bi H. Louis Rottman on Friday at
5:35 p.m.1 On Saturday. >hemim
Atzereth services will be held at
9 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. \ Corah

At Services on Saturday. 8:30 am P-">- ****\ Morton Malavsky w,11
conduct all services, and on Sat-
urday morning at 8:30 a. m.. his
Yizkor will be included Simchas
Torah service is scheduled for 5:30
p.m., and Hakofos for 6:30 p.m.
Sunday morning services are slat-
ed for 830 a.m.
sermon will be Concluding the ^'Atzereth. all Sunday school chil
Bebinning. Yizkor services are Ttmple Beth Shir.h, 11521 *o. previously consecrated
scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Simchas Dixie hgwy.. will welcome 51 no* __.,.. _* ,nS,.rra.in wrtJfl.
11 a.m.
Regular services will be held
Friday evening. 8:15 p.m.. at Tem-
pi* Sinai North Dad*. 1480 NE
morning at 8:45 a.m.. followed by ji23rd st. Rabbi Daniel Lowy will JSimcha"~^dU~b7the I
Yizkor memorial services at 10 : preach on -,A Time to Grieve and simchas Torah services .v sched-
a.m. Simchas Torah is slated for a T)me to Rejoice 0n Saturday uled for Sunday at 8:30 a m., and
- 'hC "n'mr,V4V,mm' "'morning. 11 a.m.. during Shemini 1^:30 p.m.. with H.vdalah ,,
will be -Concluding the morning at 8.45 a.m. ....... ^ ^^ ^^ *h.|-
Friday evening services it Tenv
Torah procession will be held at member families at a special ser- wl receive consi ami Gardens dr.. will hr, it 8:15
Saturday morning services at 6:30 p.m.. and again on Sunday at vice to be held Friday evening at ca l p.m. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan's
Young Israel of Greater Miami, 990 8:00 a.m. Liturgical portion of the p.m.. in the 40-ft. Sukkah built Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. sermon will be on "The Inner
NE 171st St.. will start at 9 a.m.. programs will be chanted by Can- jn the four acres of land purchas- 50 NW 51st pi., will hold week- Beauty." During Saturri morn-
followed by Yizkor at 10:30 a.m.. tor Louis Cohen. >d for the future sanctuary at end services with Rabbi David mg services, starting al I a.m.,
w.:h evening services slated for Concluding days of Sukkoth will Montgomery dr. and 120th st. Rosenfeld officiating. Schedule an(j preceding Yixkor at 10:4
Rabbi Morris A Skop will bless the starts on Friday evening at 6:30 Rabbi Kaplan will speak Stay
+ land, and Cantor Herman K. Gott- p.m. with Saturday morning ser- a Little Longer." Cani Morris
lieb "ill lead the children's choir vices at 9 a.m. and evening Silk- Berger will chant th
in a program of Sukkoth songs koth at 6:45 p.m. Cantor George Mincha will be held a) I p.m.,
and prayers At the Saturday Goldberg will chant the liturgical followed at 7 p.m. by th Simchas
morning service, to be held at portion of all programs Torah Hakofos proci -
10:30 a.m in Suniland Hall Rabbi Regular Fridav evening services (la>' morning services
Skop Will speak on '-Strong Faith ul| ^ hel '" Fral1 Hl" 593(1 No Kendall dr.. at 8:30 p.m.. Hashona Rabbah sen
Hoshana Rabbah services will be with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard of- Hebrew Acadamy of Grcattr Mi-
held at Congregation Beth Jacob, fiiiating and Cantor Charles S ami, 2400 I'inetm dr v.
11 Washington ave.. Friday even- Kodner chaniinc the musical por- on Friday at 5:45 p.m
ng beginning at 5:45 p.m. Rabbi tion of the liturgy. Simchas Torah Atzereth services on S
Tibor II Stern will conduct all will be celebrated, and there will.be at 8 a.m. an 5:45 with
services over the weekend, and his be a Torah procession. On Satur- Rabbi Alexander S Gi >p ak-
topic during Saturday morning day morning at 10 a.m.. the chil-, ing on 'Feast of Concl n" ii
services. 8:30 a.m.. will be "The dren of the religious school will the morning. Same scl
Harvest of Life." Yizkor prayers meet in the auditorium for a ser-1 be followed on Sunda> wit the ser-
will be recited at 11 a.m. At 7 vice At 11:15 a.m.. the regular mon topic "Feast of R
p.m.. the children will participate adult service will be held, with and Yizkor services at I 15 a.m
in the Hakofos. and on Sunday Yizkor memorial prayers recited observance of th- last lys ol
morning. Simchas Torah will be during the service. Mark, son of Sukkoth at Temple B'na; jholom,
celebrated at 8:30 a.m. j Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldstein, will 16800 NW 22r.(! ave. i locka.
A Song of Honor will be Rah-'1* Bar Mitzvah. wl|l begin Friday. 8:30 with
bi Hershel Brooks- sermon title Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will Kabbi S. Max Machtei a
during Friday evening services, conduct services at Temple Menor- Lester Chananie officia ><
8:15 p.m., at Temple Zamora, 44 ah, 620 755th St.. during the con- I110n ,0P1C ul" '" hl
Zamora ave. Coral Gables. Sat-. eluding days of Sukkoth. with Can- the Voice of Expert*
.,
Man's Conquest of Spate
Is Part of God's Intention
By RABBI TIBOR STERN
y Beth Jacob Congregation
Scientific discoveries are no less
an act of God than all other laws
of nature. When the impossible
becomes possible, and the un-
known comprehensible, man simp-
ly uncovers the ever-existing cre-
ation planted at the Great Begin-
ning. Creation is life, and it is
subject to maturity and to ripe-
ness: each discovery marks an
other harvest of the creation.
The accuracy of timing of each
scientific discovery is also an act
of God; discovery is timed for the
need of man and for a constructive
purpose. This generation is in the
m;dst of discovery of outer space
W are in the midst of deep study
i :'~.c science of speed which is
thi key to the problem. Further-
more, tl e of speed will be
d -. vi red only by the understand-
IHir-
RABBI TIBOR STtRN
. the divine design
urday morning services begin at tor Kdward Klein chanting the
8:45 a.m.. with the scheduled ser- musical portion of all programs
mon on "The Blessing of Moses." During 9 a.m. services on Satur-
Simchas Torah is slated for 7 p.m day, Kabbi Abramowitz will speak
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, on "Life, Liberty and Pursuit."
7801 Carlyle ave. will hold Hosh- Yizkor will be recited Simchas
.. Rabbah services Frida> even- Torah will be held in the even-
at 5:45 p m to be followed bj m- wi,n ,hc Hakofos : rocessi in at
riv which starts S At- 7 P. Sundaj i
Continued on Page 13 1
en aturda.\, Dr Isaac '''' bi al 9 a m
and t Hirsh Evi
' tination tl e sp; ,.;!1 pr.
.: raffi
Temple Ner TamiJ, 7902 Car-
. i ..... even
. sen ices J I li m I
- -
::. .it 8 45 R i
gene i
th I :
.
vices an
icg of thi forces that create all
. njent, be< is I 'e is no speed without n and
I ,-ement witl t a moving foi ce All i ts are

( ..
". -.'.lit re at all tim< s v I bility. luring th s with
i or it wi ....: mal nai G ; y 11 a.n
i because He is sent ll | the evei
i either to tin i 5 everywh re at times.
.1 elapses for H
5 substantiates b sages I ;\ let! on thai
1: inder the sui and the other that ices at Temple Beth El of Holly- In the evening ..:
evei The fact that there is timi for everything and
r n leed fortifies our I iat Ihe ui
iv( matters ol yesterdaj and ol todaj may be revealed I
I se it is tomorrow that they are destined for.
Today, h wever al the threshold ol 5723, so late in historj so
of 1 ead of us. we are running out of time. \u
1 ni lati r our mission. How fitting an the words of our Sages.
j is short and the work is surmounting, and the laborers are tea sponsored by the American to provide tuition lees, scholar-
.... God in His mercy however h. nedy for Tethnion Society on Friday. Oct. ships, and other expenses for tal-
tverj en safety of the world is the primarj interest 26- t P-m- at ,he home of Mrs. ented students enrolled in the In-
Man may toil to preserve the temporal, but G serves Leonard Zilbert 7504 W Treasure stitution of higher learning.
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it- wisdom to conquer the science of speed speed not necessarily to women s chapter president. Mrs.
. I : ; the globe, nor to reach the moon, or to cross the oceans Philip Thau, announced that the
Of -pace, hut speed to comprehend the essence of time, to herald to program will also include a docu-
H>rld" that it is late
To grasp the severeness -if the moment, to cry out high and sti
ioh .u!i-i;^ aimatey""if not now then whi man
11 reach a destination and nol remain a drifter all his Ufi
t.r the young to understand -;. I yout in build th<
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1 ind not that is not a raci but a get
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vJewisli ncrk/ian
Final Days of Sukkoth This Weekend
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.
Continued from Page 12-A
ing Saturday morning services, be-
ginning at 9:30 a.m.. Rabbi Much-
tei will preach on "As Ye Sow."
iml conduct Yizkor memorial ser-
vices. Topic of the evening ser-
mon will be "The Torah Travels."
Services begin at 8 p.m. Final
Sukkoth service- is .slated,for Sun
lay, 9:30 a.m. "Uninterrupted
Study" is the sermon topic, and
[here will be a Sukkah party for
the student of the religious school
Bl 10:30 a.m.
Saturday morning services at
Coral Way Jewish Center, 8755 SW
16th St., beginning at 8:45 a.m..
\ill include Yizkor. Simchas Tor-
i!i with Hakofos procession, will
be held at 7 p.m. Rabbi Samuel
April's sermon on Sunday morn-
uill be "Rejoicing with the
Services start at 8:45 a.m.
! iturgical portion of all services
i! be chanted by Cantor Gershon
. ,n
S( hedule for the last days "of
- \kHh at Beth Torah Congrega-
i >n, 1051 No. Miami Beach blvd.,
Friday evening, with Mm
,i! 5:30 p.m. Shemini Atzcr-
: !i' on Sal :: layy will begin
ill include the
.ih of Randj. son ol Mr
tger Yizkor
uil -: .- slated for
110:30 a.m. Simchas- Torah Ser-<
[vice will be held in the evening.
] starting with Maariv at 6:15 p.m i
and resume Sunday morning at !
8:48 a.m. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz
will conduct all services, with Can-!
lor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum chant-
i ing the liturgy.
Rabbi Henry B. Wernick will
preach on~ Retrospect "or' Prbs-
; pecf during services at Tifereth I
Israel Congregation, 6500 No. Mi-
ami ave., Friday evening, with the
Sisterhood hosting the Oneg
S h a b b a t. The scheduled ser-
mon at Saturday services, 9 a.m.,
will be "How much Have You In-
herited?" Yizkor services will be
held at 10 a.m. Simchas Torah
will be celebrated in the evening
at 7 p.m.. and on Sunday morning
at 9 a.m. Students from Sunday \
and Hebrew school will participate
in the Hakofos procession.
Beth Emeth Congregation, 12250
N'W 2nd ave.. will have services
Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. Rab-
bi Simon April will speak on "Jew-
ish [deal of Universal Peace."
Cantor Hyman Fein will chant the
liturgy Services on Saturday will
begin at 8.45 a.m
Si ah will be observed
.it Congregation Yehuah Moshe,
W. Dixie > starting
it 6 p.n Rabbi M
at services
A/kmv C/o / / / \^J~i e fit
*ore
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
V/hy does Jewish tradtion require
us to eat all of our meals in a
Sukkah for seven days during
the Sukkoth festival?
Basically, the reason was given
in the Bible (Lev. 23:43) which
states "that your generations may
know that I made the children of
I-: el (iwell in booths, when I
brought them out of the land of
Medieval commentar-
tor example Rabbi Samuel ben
claim that this was ordain-
as a safeguard to man, lest he
ercome with his earthly possess-
and develop into a slave unto
his own wealth.
Iting in the Succah is a remind-
pi thai his ancestors had neither
i nor property during those
irs in the wilderness and still
were sustained through the
idence of the Almighty, who
i- the source of all security
humans seek in this world.
Isaam Arama'ah (Akedath
k i points out that, when other
- leave their summer abodes
rmanent housing for the
d winter, Israel would do the
e, in order to show that it is
e protection of the Almighty
saves one from the harm of
lie changes.
learning this lesson, one
turn t" his permanent dwell-
ertain thai he will not forget
e Protector,
Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch
Horebl cleams that this is also a
moral lesson for the poor who
might lose faith because of their
dire circumstances. It points out
to them that the Almighty does not
forsake man, no matter how poor
their circumstances areas He
even found shelter and food for
His people in the wilderness. Not
to be forgotten is the national ele-
ment of the Succah which reminds
Israel that, even though our people
wander about the face of the earth
in many a wilderness, the Almighty
is still with them and protects
them.
*
Why must the roof of the Sukkah
be made only of a substance
that comes from plant life,
while the sides are not thus
restricted?
Restricting the roof to a material
that has its origin in plant life,
demonstrates the lesson that one
should not seek ultimate security
from man's artificial existence;
but rather from the source of na-
turethe Almighty himself On
the other hand, one may enjoy the
man-made objects around him, thus
the walls may be made of anything
but the roof may only be made of
plant life materials.
and deliver the sermons. Cantor
Maurice Neu will chant the litur-
gy, assisted by the choir. Satur-
day morning services are schedul-
ed for 9 a.m., with Yizkor at 10:30
a.m., and evening services at 7
p.m. Sunday morning services be-
gin at 9 a.m.
After service^ Friday evening,
starting at 8:15 p.m., at Tmple
Judea, 320 Palermo ave., Rabbi
Mordecai Podet will conduct a dis-
cussion session on "Is Organized
Jewry Acting Wisely in the Issue
of Religion in the Schools?" On |
Saturday morning. Rabbi Podet ]
and Cantor Richard Brown will of- j
ficiate at Yizkor memorial ser- '
vices at 10:30 a.m. Jack, son of :
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Cohn, will
observe his Bar Mitzvah in the I
morning. Simchas Torah services
are slated for the evening at 7
p.m.
Congregation Beth El, 500 SW
17th ave.. has scheduled weekend
services starting Friday at 5:30
p.m. On Saturday, services will
start at 8:30 a.m., with Yizkor at
10 a.m. Rabin Solomon Schiff's
sermon will be on "Remember the
Bi ived Simchas Torah, with
Hakol is I rocession, will be held
at 3 p.m and again on Sunday.
with morning services at 8:30 a.m.
Dado Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion, 1401 NW 183rd St.. will
ni Atzereth services on Fri-
ng a1 8:15 p.m, R
I Richter's sermon topic will
be God in Search ol Man.'' On
Satur laj. he will speak on "Yiz-
korFor the Living or the Dead,"
with services slated to start at
8:30 a.m., and Yizkor at 10 a.m.
Mincha will he held at 5:30 p.m..
followed by Simchas Torah at 7:30
p.m. Simchas Torah services will
be held on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. i
and 5:30 p.m. Cantor Emanuel
Mandel will chant the musical por-
tion of all programs.
"My Correspondence on Relig
ion with the Author of Summer
hill" will be Dr. Joseph R. Narot's
subject at Temple Israel, 137 NE |
19th st.. on Friday evening. On
Saturday morning at 11 a.m.. the |
service will include the consecra-
tion of kindergarten children and
the conclusion of Sukkoth. Cantor ;
Jacob Bernstein will chant the
liturgical portion of all services.
Planning for the new Israelite Center Cotillion are (left to
right) Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of the Center;
Mrs. Harold Stanley, chairman of the cotillion; and Ronald
Katz, youth director for the Center. Cotillion, including all
types of dance instruction, will begin Monday, Oct. 29. a+
7:15 p.m., and meet every Monday night thereafter. Eligible
are girls and boys in sixth through ninth grade. Dance in-
structor is Miss Paggy Logan.
GOP Slams Report to UN
On Arab Refugee Status
Continued from Page 1-A
K !\ Administration's
Middle Has! policy."
. Miller: 'The striking
feature ; Dr .' hnson re]
i n i ommendation :': h tiding a
scite among the Palestinian
now encamped in the
Gaza strip, the Kingdom of Jor-
dan, and Syria. Under this plebis-
cite, the refugees would be ottered
the choice oi repatriation to for
mer domiciles in the State of Is-
rael or be resettled elsewhere with
adequate compension. The Repub-
lican Party cannot support such an
unrealistic plan."
Miller observed that "willingly
or unwillingly, a mass of Pales-
tinian Arab refugees would seek
repatriation. In this context it
should be noted that charges
have been made that the con-
tinuing failure to resolve the
Arab refugee problem has been
laid at the door of Arab political
expediency, and that Arab leader-
ship will insist on the refugees
voting to repatriate is a fore-
gone conclusion.
"To the nation Israel, i
small population of 2.250.000, I id
limited territory, the potential
flux i f hostile Arab refug< es, i i
its attendant economic
the Johnson proposal would
insurmountable problems,
"During the campaign of
Presidenl Kennedy pledged his ut
most effort to bring about d
peace negotiations between :
and the Arab states. There u j i
agreed general feeling that an
equitable solution of the Arab ref-
uge* problem was one of the im-
portant factors in the breach be-
tween Israel and the Arab states.
' It is painfully apparent." said,
.Miller, "that the Administration's
conflicting policy pronouncements
on the Johnson proposal will not
lend themselves to the establish-
ment of peace in the Near East,
and will, on the contrary, contri-
bute to increased tensions.
"The Administration's lack of
candor and approach to the John-
son proposal is wholly inexplicable
and negates the campaign pledges
made bv the President."
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s* I.# IFt Friday, October 19, 1962
Browsing With 3ooki: Bv HILARY M1NPUN
Ephraim Kishon's is the Deft Hand of the Humorist
NOAH'S ARK, TOURIST CLASS. By Ephriam Kishon.
Translated from tho Hobrew by Yohanan Goldman.
241 pp. Now York: Athonoum. $4.50.
EPHRAIM KISHON SEEMS to have become Israel's na-
tional humorist, for America, at least. I have the
feeling that what Americans think' is funny about Israel,
and what Israelis think is funny often are two different
things. A good example of this might be Israel's public
relations, which really are a sermon; Americans can be-
come convulsed just by opening the morning newspaper
to the point of tears, one might say. But Kishon bridges
the gap quite nicely.
His earlier book, "Look Back. Mrs. Lot!." was witty
in a highly irreverent fashion; some of his satirical com-
ments teemed unnecessarily harsh even to Americans.
"Noah's Ark is gentler in tone, less biting in social com-
ment, and filled with laughter. In fact, there are a couple
of stories that will just break you up.
Some of the "stories could as easily have happened
in another country, but the best of them are those that
are Israeli heart and soul. One of them takes off on the
difficulty of remembering street names; two of them are
terribly fussy about the neighbors' radios. "Mourning
Becomes Bodoni" is a rollicking gem cut from the Israeli
penchant for finding national heroes. Trying to get invited
to a Seder rather than having to give one forms the nu-
i
in ,..
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
U.S. Jewish Sailors Refused Shore Liberty
EVEN AS THE government acted
to support justice in Mississip-
pi, it quietly appeased the Arab
counterparts of Gov. Ross Barnett
by permitting the U.S. Sixth Fleet
to restrict Jewish sailors from
shore liberty privileges at Beirut.
Lebanon.
Spokesmen for the State Depart-
ment meanwhile sounded like Southern "gradualists"
in advocating the "balm of time." instead of action,
in cases where American Jews are subjected to Arab-
inspired discrimination. This was revealed in testi-
mony before the House Subcommittee on Foreign Op-
erations Appropriations.
The U.S. Army and U.S. marshalls are enforcing
the Constitution in Mississippi. But the U.S. Navy
has surrendered to bigotry by issuing orders which,
in effect, translated Arab hatred into Sixth Fleet
distinctions among its personnel on a religious basis.
This was learned by officers and by men of the Sixth
Fleet in the course of "goodwill visits" by certain
ships to Beirut.
.....mwmwimmiiiM". i
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Yiddish Art Theatre
THE YIDDISH theatre in this
' country has gone a long way
i since the early 1900s when it start-
led its existence It is no longer
] what is used to be in those years.
but its tradition still exists and has
[been, in fact, transplanted to
Broadway. You see today plays on
i Jewish themes performed in Eng-
lish on Broadway which resemble very strongly the
plays performed a generation or so ago on Second
Avenue in Yiddish. Moreover, some of the actors of
the Yiddish stage like Molly Picon, Menasha Skul-
nik and others are today starring in these Broad-
way performances.
The nostalgic sentiment and the atmosphere of
the Yiddish theatre is all there in these plays. And
the American-born Jewish audiences are enjoying
them in English no less than their immigrant par-
ents enjoyed similar performances in Yiddish. The
link exists, however, not the background Few of the
patrons of the English-Jewish stage on Broadway
know today of the Yiddish antecedents of "Milk and
Honey" and other similar Broadway plays.
Louis Lipsky, the veteran Zionist leader who is
known for his great love of the theatre, has now pro-
vide.I this background in a book. "Tales of the Yid-
dish Rialto," published this week by Thomas Yos-
teloff Mr Lipsky, who for more than 10 years was
the drama critic of the New York Telegraph before
he devoted himself to the Zionist movement, knows
the theatre of 60 years ago both the English and
the Yiddish He acquaints the patron of Jewish
plays of today with the personalities of the Yiddish
stage of yesterday.
Very vividly he presents the human side of the
lives of the great stars of the Yiddish stage in the
early period of the Jewish theatre. Mercilessly, he
pictures their weak spots, crediting them at the same
time with their positive achievements. Although his
central figures are disguised in the book under other
names, they are easily recognizable by persons who
remember them. This is because the peculiar chara-
cteristics of each of them are so clearly brought out
by the author.
Emerging alive are the figures of such pillars of
the Yiddish theatre as David Kessler. Boris Thoma-
shefsky, Jacob Adler, Jacob Gordin. Bertha Kalich,
Sigmund Mogulesco and others who had been ad-
mired by huge audiences. Each chapter of the book
is in itself a fascinating short story throwing light
not only on the hero but also on the general atmos-
phere that prevailed around the Yiddish stage. Amer-
ican-born Jews will enjoy reading Mr Lipsky's tales
of the behind-the-scenes life in the Yiddish theatre
as will anyone who is interested in theatre in general.
The following is from a letter received here:
"Our next port is Lebanon (Beirut I and 1 will be re-
stricted to the ship ... I see in the Sixth Fleet in-
structions for Mediterranean ports that Jewish per-
sonnel are barred from landing in Lebanon ... 1
just mention it because, for the first time in my
naval career, it has affected me." Similar letters
came from other shocked, hurt, and angry men.
Recent U.S. diplomatic efforts to improve rela-
tions with Lebanon were highlighted by a hand-
shaking visit of Vice President Lyndon Johnson The
Ambassador of Lebanon was at the White House to
see him off. Plans were announced for increased
American aid to Lebanon. Known by Israel as the
"least belligerent" of Arab League members.
Lebanon asked U.S. Navy officers arranging de-
tails of visits to keep Jews confined aboard while the
ships remained in port. To the horror of the Jewish
men affected, and the embarrassment of many non-
Jewish shipments, the responsible officers worked
out a gentleman's agreement respecting the "sov-
ereign rights" of Lebanon. Even though they wore
the uniform of the U.S. Navy, Jews were to be barred.
Jewish sailors, like other American Navy men.
were ready to die if necessary to defend Lebanese
"freedom." Yet they were not permitted to set foot
ashore in a port they were defending.
The Sixth Fleet termed it "courtesy visit" at
Beirut. Discourtesy against Americans of one re-
ligion was accepted in the name of diplomacy.
It is possible that the Sixth Fleet acted on its
own initiative without direct orders from Washing-
ton. Navy headquarters sought to dissuade publica-
tion of this report. The Sixth Fleet radioed the re-
ply, "negative," when queried. But the Sixth Fleet
command simultaneously requested the names and
ships of Jewish personnel who let out the facts.
This reporter was asked to report such names to
the Navy Department. He refused. The letters were
private and privileged. It appeared possible the men
might be twice penalized; once by the Beirut dis-
crimination, again for revealing it.
The Embassy of Lebanon in Washington said that
"Zionist" sailors on American ships were unwelcome
Lebanon was tolerant of all religions, said the Em-
bassy. But the Zionist movement is considered by
in the Sixth Fleet.
Lebanon, apparently, to have a large membership in
Lebanon receives funds from the U.S. Agency
for International Development and also gets U.S. mil-
itary assistance. Lebanon's action is in violation of
the anti-bias amendment of the Foreign Assistance
Act. President Kennedy, under this year's law, is re-
quired to report to Congress on measures to imple-
ment the anti-discrimination clauses in connection
with foreign aid programs.
Termination of aid is subject to the discretion of
the President While the President and the Attorney
General demanded respect for individual rights in
Mississippi, Sate Department officers favored less
forceful action against Arab bias.
cleus of still another nugget You can see that Ki-..
gets his ideas from reality.
The translation is excellent One gets such phrases
as "that agile sloth, the vigilant reporter." and porti
of some of Israel's zanied cafe dwellers. With all Israel
as his ark, Kishon'S is one book you won't want to igaoah,
*
TWO PATHS TO ONE GOD: JUDAISM AND CHRISTIAN-
ITY. By Rabbi H. Lovino. 256 pp. Now York: Collier
Books. Pocket, 95c.
Originally published as "Holy Mountain." ths revised
edition of Rabbi Levine's book attempts to offer a clear
understanding of both religions. In a question-andanswer
format, the author explains Judaism's concepts and tradi-
tion! and then discusses the relationship to Christianity
and the feeliugs on both sides toward each other
His answers to such hard questions as whether the
Jews are a race, nationality or religious community are
remarkably straight-forward and concise. Rabbi Lev me
serves liberal congregations; nevertheless he in scrupulous
in pointing out Orthodox and Conservative beliefs and the
reasons for them.
It is a very informative book, although probabl) more
so for Christians than for Jews; most Jews ahead) know
most of the contents.
Our Film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
It is Not Impossible
I EVl ESHKOL, Israel's Minister
of Finance, who was the clnet
speaker at the just-concluded na-
tional Israel Bond conference in
[Washington, has a bit of a poetic
[flair, not usually associated with
[men of finance. The worlds of po-
letry and capital are assumed to be
lantipathetlc to one another. (The
late E. E. Cummings even avoided capital letters.)
But Eshkol was one of the Chalutzim. Originally
a farmer in a kibbutz, he also was the head of a
water company, and served as a soldier. The Chal-
utzim had to do everything. If they had all to be-
come piano players, I am sure they would have done
that too. People in need catch on quick. Like the
Rabbi N.ilmiii Sokolow used to tell about Reli K
tower. He was a good Jew. who sat all day immerse I
in his Hebrew books He scarcely knew what a ruble
looked like. His wife was the business woman and
provider.
One time he was called to arbitration in a Bet]
Din and after settling the case, he was handed a
few rubles.
"What is this0" asked the Rebbe.
"Give it to your wife," he was told. "She will
know what to do with it. You can buy fish with it
"You can buy fish with it!" exclaimed the rabbi.
"Then give me more more."
As 1 say, F.shkcl has a poetic flair. Where other
speakers at the Israel Bond conference spoke in ab-
stract and technical trends about the development ol
the Negev, Kshkol paints a picture. He talked oi
"rolling back the sands."
Ironic. I remember not so many years ago a
man who considered himself a good, but I am afraid
disillusioned Zionist, quipped to me. "Palestine is
a land of unlimited impossibilities." It was witty.
but Eshkol is right. Nothing is impossible The
best proof perhaps was the announcement by Eshkol
of the plans to redeem the first issue of Israel Bonds,
I recall that when it was first proposed to issue these
bonds, many bankers said the idea was a phantasy.
Bshkol doesn't overload the poetry, li you are
looking lor John Milton, look elsewhere. He S| i
in a homely fashion. Someone in the audience said
in Die that financial reports are usually 50 muih
Greek to him, Imt he understands when Kshkol pr
sonts them
Sid Caesar's Youth Suits His Madcap World
Hollywood
t ID CAESAR, currently betore the cam-
** eras as the bedeviled dentist in Stan-
ley Kramer's comedy. "It's a Mad. Mad,
Mad World." has only one earlier feature
film to his credit. "Tars and Spars,"
made from the Coast Guard revue by
Columbia Studios in 1946. Caesar was
a mere 24 at that time. Two years later,
the young man won the Donaldson Award for the best
debut performance in a Broadway musical. "Make Mine
Manhattan "
Today, at 40. Sir is receiving top billing in Kram-
er's $6,000,000 star-studded picture rubbing elbows with
such screen luminaries as Milton Berle, Buddy Hackett.
Ethel Merman. Phil Silvers and Spencer Tracy, the latter
a recruit from the dramatic cinema, who most recently
appeared in Kramer*!. "Judgment at Nuremberg."
Snl Caesar i- a visual comedian, who deplores joke~
He stayed at the top in network television through an un-
dia-
paralleled knack of peopling his set with characters and
.subjects of Ins own imagination. Hailed by critics as
authentic clown," he is a satirist in pantomime and
logue.
Three extra-curricular exercises brought Caesai
the attention of Max Liebman, the civilian producer o
Coast Guard revues, and future producer of "Your > '
of Shows." Liebman moved his discovery from tW n
stand to the stage for "Tars and Spars." When the rev
later was filmed in Hollywood. Caesar was the omy m
ber of the original show in the cast. After a variety n sj
appearances and nightclub stunts, Caesar succeeow
the revue, "Make Mine Manhattan."
Before coming to the West Coast for his ta"''J^
in "It's a Mad. Mad. Mad World." Sid Caesar BM
living quietly on Long Island's north shore with n ^
the former Florence Levy, and three children W ^
modest in private, Sid's behavior is the opposite
television characterizations.
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i iarbage Bin w *an
you are required to file your answer
lalntlffs complaint with the Ch-rk
foresald Court, and serve a
thereof upon plaintiff's attorney
MARTIN KINK
Ith Floor Pad.- Federal Bldg.
Miami 12. Florida
later than October 29th, 1982, or a
... pro Confeaao "ill be entered
. i .iin-1 you.
Sept -l 1962
E p. WEATHERMAN
i '|..rk of the Clrcull Court
Bj C. P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
M VRTIM KINK
v..in. v for Plaintiff
Floor Pad.- Federal Bldg.
Miami it. Florid. ,/2g_,0/6i Wi i,
H
i-
mm
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"He always conducts that way
around Succoth time."
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA.20918
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Martin Morgenstern, holder of Count)
Tax Sale Certificate No. 3437 issued
the 1st day of June, A.D. I960, lias
riled same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
the following described property in th,-
County of Pad.-, Slat.- of Florida, to-
\lt:
Lot is Peacocks Re-Sub Lota
J A- .1 lilk 18 Plat Book 1 I'.iu 161
in th,- County of Pad,-. State of
Florida.
The assessment of said property tin-
del th.- said certificate was in the
name of ESthel l.. Lewis.
l'n)ess said certificate shall in- re-
deemed a......rdlng to law, the propert)
described herein win be Bold to the
highest bidder at the Court House rloor
on the first Monday m the month of
November, 1962, which is the 5th day
of Novembi r, 1962
Pitted this 26th day of September,
1962.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dad*
(seal) County. Klorida
By It. M. I.KKI'Kli,
I it-nntv Clerk
10/6-12-19-26
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewish Florid/an
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN
Cpr. ^W, 0oy ProdiKlloM
j
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
No. 57201-C
Estate of
H VRRY ROTHMAN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\-i -,. ditom and All Persons Hay-
nns or Demands Against Said
.,,.. hen by notified and re-
to presi m any claims and tie-
which you maj ha,-.- ngalnat
i HARRY ROTHMAN de-
. ,-,.| late of Padc County. Klorida,
. ounl i i tdK< s of ''l'1'' '"un"
tv, ami rile the same In their offices
the Count) Courthouse In Dade
Klorida, within six calendar
tl from the date of the first
ition hereof, or the Bame will
l.i barred,
LEONARD K II ROTHMAN
Executor
WE1NKLK ,v KESSLER
Att.-i n.-\ -
hi i Si > bold Building
Mia ini :\J. Florida
10 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THK BIO M DEPARTMENT STORE
it Pad.- County, Klorida. int.nils to
teglster -aid name with the ci.-rk of
the circuit Court ol Pad,- County,
Klorida
SEABOARD GENERAL CORP.
i A 1 i. In uan- Corp. >
Hole Owner
9 2810/5, li. 19
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to engagi n
business under th.- fictitious name of
GOLD i'HAST SEAFOODS at :'."L'7 NW
lonth Street Miami. Honda, Intend
to reglstei said name with the clerk
.f the Clrcull Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROSE Hi ILDSTEIN
JACK D'AMATO
GEORGE, AMES A HITTER
Attorneys for Gold Coast Seafoods
9/2810/5, IS, 19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57008-B
IS RE Estate ol
ROBERT M STEWART,
Pi eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ : Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ins ot Demands Against Said

ii hereby notlfli d and re-
red to present an> claims and de-
mands which you may have against
tat. nl ROBERT M. STEWART
eased late of Dade County. Blor-
the Count) Judges ol Pad.
and file the same In their
In tin- i .unity i'ourthousi In
ii Klorida, within six ial-
i -hi hs ti oni the date of the
ibllcatlon hereof, or tin sain.
arred.
JEROME II WEINKLE
K\. cutor
" EINKI.E .\- KKSSI.Kl;
\ -
- t Building
El
in .".-! M9-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55448-A
l-Mat. n(
"II.I 1AM JANDRELL
i-.,i
Cfc OF INTENTION TO MAKE
'^PLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
' llereb) given that I have
Final Report and Petition for
ami Final Discharge as
ills ..f the .-s.at.- of WILLIAM
"xPRELL, deceased: and thai on t
nay ..I .x..\. mber, I'm.-, w ill
to the Honorable Judges of
'Ul -.. Klorida, loi approval ol
Repoi t an.i for distribution
'1 discharge .... Exei itrix of
at.- ,.f tin- above-named dece-
This -.Mb - I'HVI.ISS I'USIN
. HI'H RtTH, Attorn. -
Building
I i FH I .i'.i.i
In 12-19-28, II 2



IN

I
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
... No. 57227B
Estate of
BENJAMIN .lossKM
< .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' dltors ami All Persons Hav-
.....s or Demands Against Said
are hereby notified and re-
t.. in. sent anj linn- and de-
which you may have ngalnsl
of BENJAMIN JOKKEM
late of I iapi-: i 'ounty, Flor-
the County Judges of Pad-
>. and file the


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 51142
IN RE: Estate of
Lolls METERS,
1 ii i-.-as. .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is her.-by given that I have
final a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution ami Final Discharge as
Executor of the estate of Louis Mey-
ers, deceased: and that on the 1st day
of November, 1982, will apply to the
Hon..raid. County Indues of Dade
County, Florida, tor approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
filial discharge as Executor of the
estate of th. above-named decedent
This 21st .lav of September, 1982
MILTON1 It MANNHEIMER
Executor
KOVNER .x MANNHEIMER
Attoi ni-v
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Bearh, Florida
: 28 1".... 1'-'. 19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10566
WEST SIDE FEDERAL SAVINGS
VND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff.
l-lNl EY .H INKS, Trustee In
Bankruptcy, T D SO ITT and
BOBBIE SCOTT, his wife, P SAM
PEL COHEN ind I'' ILLY COHEN,
h- wlfi mil the KNITED STATES
i IF AMERICA,
I i.I.-ii.la'ils
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti i T II SCI ITT and Hi BBIE
SCOTT, his wife, RESIDENCE
KNKNOWN
P SAMI'BI. ci >HBN an.I
P. il I.Y i i illKN. his if. .
KESII iEN'i 'E I'NKNl WN, If
alive and If dead, the unknown
heirs devisees, grantees, asslgn-
. -. ||i nor I edltni '
.a- other claimants claiming by,
through, .....I. agalnsl an> of
the above named defendants who
,|| ||| .-. .IS.-ll.
You ar. In-i.lo notified that the
nhovi i ii| oni i Ion has been In-
stituted igalnsl x .ii in the Circuit
i-.....-i .. tin- ELEVENTH J
Circuit ol l-'loi ida iii and fin BADE
Count.* '" foreclos. s mortgiKe upon
ih.- foliowlna described real prnpi
l.nt I!-. Block 7.1, Second Addition
t., Carol ''in according to in.- Plat
tl......t. recordi tl In Plal Hook ii'..
at Page Tv. Sheet I of the Public
Records "' Dudi County. Klorida.
together xx it ti OE Washing Machine
Mod. I No WA800R, i IK Pry.-i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 51226
IN RE: Esta.....f
SAN DOR I'AI.IN.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed a Final Report and Petition :..i
Distribution ami Final Discharge as
Executor or the estate of Sandor Palm.
deceased: and thai on the 1st das
of November, l!irt2, will apply t< the
Honorable County .ludu.s of Dade
County, Klorida. for approval <.t" said
Final li.-p. rt and for distribution and
final discharge as Bxecutor of the
estate <>f the above-named decedent.
This Jist das of September,
Mll/PON R MANNHEIMER
KOVNER *:- MANNHEIMER
Attorney
un Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Klorida
: ^v io 5, l-'. )'.'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No. 57170B
IN RE: Estate of
JACOB BERNSTEIN. ..Is., known
a- JACK BERNSTEIN.
Ilaoeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or P.-inan.ls Against Bit A
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and le-
mands which you may Ii ii e against
the estate of JACOB BERNSTEIN,
also known as JACK BERNSTEIN
deceased late of Pad.- County. Flor-
ida, to the Counts Judges --f Dade
Counts, and flit- the sam.- in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7S8.18,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the Cunts Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Klorida wirhm six calendar months
from tin- time of tin- first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 5721OC
IN RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN MILLER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You ar.- hereby notified and re-
quired to |il.-.-. lit any claims and le-
maiids which you may have against
tho estate of Benjamin Miller de-
. i-.'is.-il late of Dade Countv, Florida.
to tin- County Judges of Pad- Coun-
ty, and fib- th,- same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 7:::: 18, Klorida
Statutes, in their offices in ih..
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from tin- time of th.- first publication
het "i. or tin- same will be boi red
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of i i.-toher. a P 1982.
I,Ei IN A EPSTEIN
As Executor
First publication of 'his notice
th.- r.th daj ..' October, 1902,
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Executor
il'" Lincoln ltd Ml'. Fla
. in 5-12-19-26
T
1st
oil
I-
same
duplicate
i'Ida
-in i|
;:::: 16,
provided in Section
Statutes, in their off
', "iinty Courthouse in I lade Coun-
' ma, within six calendar months
time oi the flrsl publication
Hi.- same w ill lial I .1
""I at Miami. Florida, this L'Tili
' si|itiinbi r. A.P 1962
HENRIETTA .H >S8EM
As Ext ,-iiti i\
...-- ojirvii
x I- SPARUER
Bxec.itrlv
Model No DA6I0R, Tub enclos-
ures, Venetian Blinds mi.I Traversi
Rods
You are n
si. .1 1.. |,l.l III il I I I
Clerk .a ih,- afor
>. a copy th.-r.-i
attorn... M \RTIN
Pad.- I-. .1. I.ll Hide .
not Ih 11 r than N
in fib- ...in- an-
omiilalnl ith the
esald Court, and
,t upon plaintiff's
FINE lltli Floor
Miami 32, Florida
ml., i 19, 1962 or a
In R.I.
Miami Beach, Ha.
iu, o-i-- .tf-26
I,,,.,,.,. |.,.. i -..11t. --.. u ill hi entered
agalnsl you
Pat. .1 > k'tober 16, 1962
E H LEATHBIt.M \ N
. 1. 11, ,.r th. i 'n..... Co nt
ts.-ali B> c P COl'ELAND
11. put) l.-i'k
MARTIN FINE
Attoim-s for Plaint iff
nth Floor Pad.- deral Bl Is
Miami at, Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27th
daj ..f September, A.D. 1962
FA N N IE I: I-:I: N ST EI N
.\s Bxecutrlx
Krist publication of this notice on
the -th da. of i i.-tob.-r. IM2
Myeis, l!-iiii.iii. Kaplan .x- caismau
A i tome) s tor Executrix
l i.ii S.W. 1st strei t
10/5-12-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10572
THK POLLAR SAVINGS BANK OF
THE clTV IF NEW Yl >RK
Plaintiff.
i vs.
I FIN I EY lii.NKS. Trustee In
Bankrupt. SIMON SINSKEY and
THK KNITED STATES nl- AMERICA
I .. I", nilants
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl i SIMON SINHK EY
RESIDENCE KNKNOWN; the
unknown spouse >>f said defen-
dant If married and alive, and If
dead. th. unknown heirs, devis-
ees, grantees, assignees, li.-in.is.
creditors, trustees or othei claim-
ants olalming by, through, under
or agalnsl any of the above
named defendants who are de-
ceased
V at an herebj notified that thi
above raptioned action has been In
stiiin.-d against .on in the Circuit
i ..in t ol Ibe ELEVENTH Judicial
i ii. nit of Klorida in and for I >ADE
Countv to focaolose s mortgage upon
in. following described real property:
I .ot 9, Block II SCOTT LAKE
MANOR. SECTION SIN a.....id
iiiL- to the Plat thereof, recorded
in Plat P..ok 6.1 ai Page II -!
tin- Public It.....ids of Pad.-
Cunts. Florida, together with
Venetian Blinds.
Von are required to file sour an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk "i the aforesaid court, ami
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINE, I lib I Io
Pad. l-.-.i. ial Bldg., Miami 12, Florida
not lai. i- than Novembel 19, 1962 or a j
Decree Pro Confesso will he pntered
against you.
I ii.....I i nti.l.. i 16, 1962,
B, p. ij:atiikuman
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
(seal) By: C. 1*. Ci iPEl.ANP
Deputs Clerk
MARTIN KINI-:
Attorney for Plaintiff
: ith h...... I '-oh I-- Ii ial Blilg.
Miami '- Fli .
10/11 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 6SC 10569
THE WILLIAMSBKROH
SA VINOS PAN K
Plaintiff.
vs.
KINI.KY JONES, Trust,, in
IBankruptcy, JOSEPH I. SHAW and
CATHERINE G SHAW his wife,
I VI. T. IR V VSILESKI and ll'.MA
vasii.eski his wife, and the
[KNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl H ISEPH 1. SHAW and CATH
BRINE G. SHAW. RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN if alive and if dead,
the unknown heirs, devisees,
laiuit.-is, assignees, llenors, cred-
itors, trustees or other claimants
claiming by, through, undei in
against any of the above named
defendants who are deceased
Von are hereby notified that th.-
above .-aptinlled action has I.....It In
stitut.d .main.-t you in the circuit
Court of ih. ELEVENTH Judicial
Clrcull of Klorida in and for DADE
counts to for.-.-lose a mortgage upon
ibe following ib -. ibed n il property.
Lot IS, Block 58 FIRST ADDITION
Ti i 'AR! IL i "ITT according to tin-
Plat thei.-of. recorded in Plat Book
60, Pane 19 .a the Public Records .!
Pad. County, Florida
You are required to file your an-
Rwer to plaintiff's complaint with th.-
Clerk of the afor. said Court, and
serve a eop> thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor
Bade Federal Bldg., Miami :;.'. Klorida
not later than November 19, 1962 or a
Decree I 'i I "onf< sen will I.....ntered
Hgalnsl s"'i
Dated i i.-tol.. r 16, 1962.
K H LEATHERMAN
"lei k of the Clrcull < 'ourl
(seal) By: <\ P. Ci IPELANI i
I leput) 'lerk
MAI! IIN FINE
Attoims toi Plaintiff
I Ith Flooi Pad. I deral Bldg.
Miami 32. Floi ida
l" 19-26. 11 :'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57142A
RE: Estate of
LEON R. BELMONT,
I.....181 d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AM Creditors and All Persons llav-
Ing claims or Damages Again Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present anj claims and demands
which you mas have against the
.state of l.EnN R. BELMONT deceas-
ed late of Pad.- County, Florida, to the
County Judges ..f Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Bectlon 783.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in tli.ir offices in the County
Courthouse In Pad.- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time ..r th.- first publication hereof, or
th. same will be barred.
1 i.ii. .1 at Miami. Florida, this U day
of September, A.D. 1962.
MARK i.N B BELMONT
As Executrix
KOVNER K MANNHEIMER
Attorney for Executrix
il'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
., 9810/5, 12, 19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10181
MIAMI PEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND I.oAN ASSOCIATION, a
United siat.-s corporation,
Plaintiff.
VS.
JIU'V HERRMANN, et al
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: .liipV HERMANN and HUH. RP
HERMANN, her husband
YiiP ARE HEREBY notified that
suit has been filed In the above styled
Court to foreclose that certain mort-
gage given l.v C, It E E N THISTLE,
INC to MIAMI BEACH I-EPEKAl.
SAVINGS AN I' LOAN ASSOCIA-
TION, dat.-d March 18, 1957, recorded
March 14, 1967 under Clerk's File No.
GG-44125, of th. Public Records or
Pad.- County, Florida, against the
following described property, ly ng
ami being in Pad.- County. Florida,
to-u it :
Lot 3 iii Block 35 of IVES ESTATES
section i. according to th* Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book ;(*
al Page 79 of the Public Record- of
Pad.- Counts. Klorida.
You are required t< serve cops of
your answer or pleading on the Plaint-
iffs attorneys, Meyer, Weiss. Rosen
S Rose, 107 Lincoln Road, M i m I
Beach, Florida, and file the original
answer In the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
6th day of November, 1962: otncrwlsei
the allegations of said Complaint will
be taken as confessed by sou
Dated at Miami. 1 .ad.- Cunts'. Klor-
ida, this 3rd daj of October. 196!
B B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
is.all By I. SNEEPEN
Deputy ci.-rk
10/5-12-1H-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PRE!- ERREP REALTY at !i."..Vi Pa\
Harbor Terrace. l!a> Harbor Island.
Miami Beach 54, Fla., intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Clrcull Court of Pol.- County, Florida.
BRET CIPES \- s'EI.MA CIPE8,
Part in I s
. S i" ".. 12, 19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t> engage In
- in.1.1 tin ti. iItlous name of
TERRY KEY PERSONNEL al I:.....
Building, North Miami Beach, Flor-
Idn intends to register said nami with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court -.f Dade
Count., Klorida.
TERESA OOI'LDEN
Sole Ou her
10/5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN PROBATE.
No. 62C 10486
JOSEPH FH VNK .AV IRONB,
Plaintiff,
GENEVIEVE ANN IAVARONE,
p.r, mi.i in
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO GENEVIEVE INN IAVARONE
I lefendan]
l.i i has. Sttl .1
Trenton, New Jersey
Yi il' ARE HHKEIYV NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Iilvorce has been
filed against sou. and you are re-
qulreil to serve il cop> of your Answer
or pleading to the complaint on the
n'.until is attoi lie} -. c A I 11 I N ,x-
ROTHENBERG, 305 Pis. ayne Build-
ing. Miami 32 -i Ida, and file the.
original Answer or pleading In the
off....... the Clerk of the Circuit
Court .-n or before the 29th day of
. ictobi i 1962
if \on fall I., do s... a Decree Pro
i 111. -so .. ill 1)0 elite! | -I llialllst Veil
for the r. In-i demanded In the com-
11 VTEI | this ilth ila> of September.
1962
E, P LEATHERMAN
Clerk of I he i 'ircuit I 'ourl
is. all By: I P. Ci iPELAND
Deputs Clerk
CAJDIN .v ROTH EN BERG
Al torneys for Plaintiff
305 I tlsca) in- Building
Miami ::_'. Florida
9 28, 1" 5-12-19
MIAMI SEAL, CERTIFICATE &
STAMP CO.
CORPORATION SUPPLIES-RUBBER STAMPS
LEGAL FORMS and LABELS
936 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida
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by ISABEL GROVE
When the Harry Smiths and the Tommy Girards planned
their trip to St. Thomas and San Juan, they divided the traveling
chores as carefully as an army on maneuvers Harry was act-
ing cruise director, and wife Marilyn assumed social details.
natch That left Tommy to manage the transportation and
wife Judy in charge of quartermastering She lock along a
not yet diagnosed, but fortunately, none were needed ... It was
yet diagnosed, but fortunately, none wewre needed ... It was
i "first" for the two former Krensky girls and their husbands,
who had never made a trip together before They water-
-kned and snorkeled in St. Thomas, bounced around in jeeps on
Minding paths, went horseback riding in San Juan, and every
i here they went they sampled the native, exotic food Most
memorable evening was a launch ride in the moonlight on Phos-
phorous Bay.
-
Luncheon given recently by Mrs. Emil Morton in honor of
Mrs Henry King Stanford and members of the Symphony Club
Many of the same women with their husbands attended the
ipening of the newest group show at the Loft on the Mile Gallery
p| Art given in honor of Dr. Fabian Sevitzky, conductor of the
iversity Symphony Orchestra and his wife ... In adition to
': and Mrs. Stanford, he of course, is the charming new presi-
lent of the L'niversity of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould.
spectators at the exhibition included artist Irwin Rosenhouse.
: New York, whose works are being shown, and the Julian
Raloghs .
Three generations of G. Schwartzes at a dinner party in the
I'.ig Porterhouse restaurant First, the hosts. Mr. and Mrs.
George Schwartz Then son Gerald and his Felice, with their
'wo boys Gary and Gregg and daughter Wendy Joining them
w.re co-owners of the Big Porterhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Sumars .
From Esther (Mrs. Sidney) Schwartz in Chicago, a note.
Went flying with son David who just received his pilot's license
. Gulp! Help!'* Esther is in Chicago to greet her newest
grandchild, Jonathan David, born Sept. 17 to the former Meta
Schwartz and Ronald Bcrger .
News of another baby a son born to Rabbi Max Zucker
and wile Vivian en Oct. 18 Formerly oi Adath Yeshurun here,
Rabbi Zucker is now spiritual leader of Heska Emunah Synagogue
in Knoxvillc. Tenn. The Zuckers have three other children.
Iwo bo> > and a girl
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Mr and Mis. Meyer Freeman, of the Morton Towers, left
early this month to join the Techmon Women's Division tour
lo Israel They'll attend the dedication ceremony of the Re-
>ecca Rose Student Hostel on the Technion campus in Haifa, and
plan to visit labs, science facilities, and living quarters .
i Hi for a dreamy 40-day cruise, Flo and Jack Apte. 435 SW
31s< rd., left Thursday on the SS Atlantic from Port Everglades ..
A Puerto Rican holiday for Rosalind and Lenny Zilbert, accom-
panied by Dr. and Mrs. Georald Alexander First visit to the
island for the Zilberts who are enjoying the fish in San Juan
nd the shopping in St. Thomas They'll be home by the end
|ol the week.
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Another returning localite Mrs, Henry Seitlin. whose vaca-
tion trek covered New York. Canada and Hot Springs Now
[unpacking at the Cromwell hotel .
\ golfing trip and vacation to Puerto Rico and St. Thomas
'' [H.pular couple. Helen and George Cheren Preceded a
staj in the hospital tor Helen, who now can talk about "her
lion" Convalescing al home now and expects to be back
Soil COUne next week.
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lust back from her month long honeymoon in Europe. Har
Mrs Jules) Stark, took time out from unpacking to attend a
1 mcheon of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach last Fri-
. Elicited many "oh's anil ah's" for the beautiful coral
klace and Florentine gold necklace she brought back from
1 e, Italy ... At the same luncheon, Mrs. Jack Widrich en-
'''"taining her sister-in-law. Mrs. Billie Serbus. who is here from
Vngeles with son Frank Last visit was five years ago.
-" Dr. Widrich. who is chief of radiology at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
' '- proud to show his sister tin new. modern building, with which
'< was properly impressed .
Several pairs of attractive morther-and-daughter combinations
''tending the meeting ot the organization, whose projects they
"' m Founding president, blond Yvctte (Mrs. Mickyi
Kraus, and equally blond daughter Nikki (Mrs. Jack) Berger .
1 Mrs. Jerome) Radoserving as secretary, and sweet daughter
ra And pretty Susan (Mrs. Peter) Olin and her mother.
"Cious Hilda (Mrs. Charles) Certlcr. vice president Both
"Xcited about the show. Diary of Anne Frank." being performed
"'"> week by the Miami Beach High Thespians Pert and tal-
''nl|,d Trudy Gertler doing the title role, and her mother and sis-
'' more nervous than she is .
1'iesiding at the luncheon. lust of the new season. Mrs Fran-
ces Linn, president, and chairman of the day. Carolyn (Mrs. Rob-
"',l Grossman Enjoying her role as spectator, immediate
>' '-I president. Beryl (Mrs. Abe) Schonfeld Pied Piper of the
afternoon was real swingin' singer Ruth McMahon. of the Thunder
b""d hotel Had the women following her through chorus after
chorus of "Harvest Moon." "Me and My Gal" and such What
ver happened to rock 'n roll?
"dfewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday, October 19, 1962
Section 3
Members of the Dade County Medical Assn.
Auxiliary model Ruth Regina wigs at their re-
cent luncheon and fashion parade at the
Dupont Plaza hotel. Seated backstage, just
before the show are (left to right) Mesdames
Victor Slater, Sherwyn Weiss, Warren Lieb-
erman and Martin Rosenthal. Standing are
(left to right) Mesdames Daniel Pauk. Wilford
Provo, Daniel Seckinger, Thomas Shilen. Wil-
liam Snyder, Howard Gordon, and Irwin
Potash.
Beach Hadassah
Slates 'Revue'
Miami Beach chapter of Hadass-
ah will present a "Gay Ninety Re-
vue" on Monday evening. Nov. 12,
in the Can Can room of the Carillon
hotel. The show will be under the
direction of Mrs Henry B. Wer-
nick. Medical Center coordinator
for the chapter.
Musical director for the perform
ance will be Mrs. Murray J. Rosen-
thai, a graduate of Juilliard School
ot Music, who has entertained in
many cities in the United States
Choreographer will be Mrs. Pat
Russell.
Cast members who will offer
specialty numbers are Mrs. Jack
Popick, Mrs Lawrence Silverman.
Mrs. Leo Levin and Mrs. Janet
Sanders, a chanteuse from Nice.
Fiance.
All funds raised will be assigned
to the Hadassah Hebrew l'niversity
Medical Center in Jerusalem.
Tickets may be purchased through
any of the 15 groups of the Miami
Beach chapter at the Hadassah of-
fice. (>()(i Lincoln rd.
President of the chapter is Miss
Lillian Goodman.
Annual membership tea of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
at the Eden Roc on Friday, 1 p.m., will be highlighted by the
presentation of an original comedy, "How to Succeed in
Sisterhood Without Really Trying." by Trixie Levin. This
rehearsal scene features four of the Temple Emanu-El Play-
ers, who are staging the event. Standing (left to right) are
Mrs. Ben Ball and Mrs. Barbara Bessey. Seated (left to right)
are Mrs. Morris Tarasow and Mrs. Bernard Selevan.
Academy Brick Drive Resumes
A continuation of the Hebrew-
Academy "brick campaign." which
helped build the Ida Appcl Auditor-
ium in the new $1,000,000 school,
will be continued to endow the new
Hebrew Academy kitchen, accord-
ing to Mrs. Dorothy Rosen, chair-
man of the campaign.
The campaign, sponsored by the
Hebrew Academy Women, has a
goal of $50,000. to be raised in the
period of a year.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of
the organization, reported the funds
will be directed towards estab-
lishing both a dairy and meat
equipped kitchen.
A special roster book, which will
be preserved in the Hebrew Acad-
emy auditorium, will list all donors
who give $18 or more in the cam-
paign.
Louis Merwitzer, president of the
Academy, kicked off the drive this
week with a $5,000 donation.
Beth Am Ladies
Formulate Plans
First session of a course in fancy
fords being sponsored by Temple
Beth Am Sisterhood will be Wed-
nesday, from 1 to 4 p.m., at the
Temple Course will be given
every Wednesday at the same
time.
Also starting Wednesday will be
an art appreciation group, which
will meet from 10 a.m to noon in
the home of Mrs Jack Duhlberg
Points will now be given in the
bridge group which has been sanc-
tioned by the National Bridge
League. Meetings are held o.i
Tuesday at 12:15 p.m.
Adult ballet classes will be u fl I
each Friday at 10 a.m., at the Hel-
cne Taylor school of dance.
Plans are now being made for x
cocktail party to be held in Novem-
ber for paid-up members of the
Sisterhood. Guest speaker at the
regular Sisterhood meeting Wed-
nesday was Jack Kassewitz, Miami
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Honored at Oneg Shabbat on Saturday
To pay h. n r :he "First
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Sen. McCarthy to Address National
ORT Conference Here Next Tuesday
Golden Godmother designated by Cedars of Lebanon
in the current fund-drive is Mrs. Julian Robinson,
with her husband. Dr. Robinson (seated left), at a re-
; :rd reception. They were greeted by trustee Elliott
... .al (center) who expressed appreciation of the hos-
tc Mrs. Robinson for her generosity.
Cedars 'Book of Healing' to be Dedicated
At Auxiliary Ceremonies Here Oct. 29
Mrs. Max Rosenberg, national
president, will be among major
speakers to address the 1962 na-
tional board conference of Women's
American ORT next Tuesday
through Thursday at the Fontaine-
bIF"su notel. -"-.- "
Sou'hern Florida region will be
host to the national conference.
I cal delegates will include Mrs
Congress Women
In Member Tea
Miami chapter of the American
Jewish Congress held a member-
ship tea at the home of its | -
idcnt, Mrs Sam Penehanskj
I ave., Coi b
ay
Guest speaker was Mra \ I
Mamlet, pr<
Women's Division.
Acting as hostesses were the cf-'
ficers of the chapter, under the di-
rection of Mrs. Fred Weiss, vice
president in charge of member-
ship.
Assisting were Mcsdames Louis
Gold, Samuel Rosenstein, Julius
Schwartz. Richard Votra, Herbert
Zame. Anna Mae Weiss, Anne
Heidenrich. Isaac Weinberger, Leo
Drutz, and Ed Goldstein.
Cedar; of Leban >n Hospital's
bronze Took cf Healing," an ar-
listic memorial > the generosity
- women, will be official-
tailed in its place of honor at
the hospital on M n lay. Oct. 29.
p n
Vuxiliary pres:ient. Mrs. Na-
I Levin, will preside at a
n ceremony featuring a
"Blessinj for the Blessed" con-
Rabbi X>rman N. Sha-
i ual lea I tr >f Congrega-
Betl David.
..ting in the solemn
will be ro Imothers and
ians, names have
bern insi bed in the pages of the
ronze b I k These are
[ Iributtrs wh 1 ; ive financial
I- buil: ind sustain the
j tal ;h gifts and
I
n ti: s ia^es are Life
worn living $300
three-year period, and
Godmothers, gving $1,000 pay-
able over a five-year period.
The book, a highly original piece
I of baroque bronze-casting, is
I mounted on j four-ft.-high pedes-
tal of Italian marble set upon rol-
lers for easy mobility. The entire
i piece weiahs more than 400 lbs.,
and was designed by Edward Ar-
nold, presid >nt of American Bronze
Awards Co., of Miami Beach, who
has been cr-':>*ing unique memor-
ials and tablets in silver an bron
se tor more than 50 years.
At the dedication ceremonies, a
tribute v ill be given in honor of
Mrs. Edward '''. Broidy, who en-
dowed the memorial two years
ago.
Members if the Auxiliary ex-
pected to participate in the conse-
cration formalities will include
more than 300 Life Guardians and
Godmothers and a substantial
number of new donors who will en-
roll before the leaves of the bronze
book are closed.
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Harry Rosenblatt, president of the
Southeast Florida region; Mrs. Jos-
eph Wilkes, immediate past presi-
dent; Mrs. Florence Kupperman,
and Mrs. Samuel Avrach, members
of the executive board.
In addition to Mrs. Rosenberg,
also to appear in a major address
will be U.S. Sen. Eugene J. Mc-
Carthy (D-Minn). Ruth will be
heard at the Tuesday, Oct. 23 ses-
:lion at 7:30 p.m.
Some 300 top leaders from all
parts of the United States are ex-
pected to attend the conference,
which will deal with current prob-
lems facing 'lie 600-school netv
ti nal schools.
Als i 5ch< uled is a "Wot'
ORT Fashion Show," narratt
Margaret Newman St earn, on j
Thi ; Oct. 25, at a session at
1:30 p.m.
The show will feature a premiere
of dresses from Iran. Israel,
Morocco and Tunisia, designed and
executed by young ORT students.
At the sessions, special emphasis
will be placed on the further ex-
pansion urgently needed of ORT
schools in France and Israel, and
ways and means of meeting the
pressing demands in the world for
skilled industrial workers.



At-home glamor from Iran
: hot-pink, shaggy silk
sleeveless, boat-necked top
subtly understated by CO
pants in black wool jersey
This bright ensemble waa -
signed and executed by Ta-
mar as a symbol of the bright-
ness of her future which v.-us
made possible by ORT's vo-
cational program, and it will
be premiered at the ORT
fashion show Thursday at the
Fontainebleau hotel. Tamar
is one of Israel's elite wom-
en's fashion designers.
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Friday, 0;:
Women to Eye Retirement Here
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.v. I p.m si the
Bowl, 1650 NE 1241 N v
x t,,: in in the,
retirement facilil coun-
tj will be the topic of the day
Hiss Betty Jo McCloud, psj
chologist. and Mrs Emily Lyons,
president of ihe Malcolm Ross Sen-
ior Citizen- (enter in Opa-loeka,
will highlight the features of the
center and areas in which mem-
bers of B'nai Brith can be of ser-
vice in similar Centers.
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STARRING
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid is shown
planning a membership luncheon next Tues-
day noon in Sklar Auditorium. Highlight
will be a comedy, "An Introduction to Sister-
hood." Seated (left to right) are Mesdames
Herman Frank, life membership chairman;
Michael Glazier, co-chairman, membership;
Jack Greenberg, vice president, membership
chaiiman; Eugene Labovitz, membership, pub-
licity and program; Harry Kastan. member-
ship treasurer. Standing (left to right) are
Mesdames Michael Heyman. Ben Linde, Hal
Kane. Fred Deutsch. Moses Wolf, William
Keats. Max Amhowitz. and Frank Dutine,
luncheon committee members.
Asthma Group
Schedules Film
Perlmutter to be Speaker
\ irth D B'ril
Women, :- its :r..>n!h.\
Mrs. Sidney Kittermun. president ,, kl
of*he Miami Beach chapter of Chil- meet,n ",: n,eta> even,n8 '
dren's Asthma Research Institute Congregation Yehudah Moshe.
and Hospital at Denver, was to con- Guest speaker will be Nathan Perl-
duct a brief business meeting be- mutter. director. Florida regional
League.
fore the allowing of a film. "A Let- f(-
ter from Jerry. this Thursday-
evening.
Demonstrating the total treat-
ment and research facilities for the
nation's most seriously ill asthmat-
ic children at the Home at Denver.
Uie program was to be held at the
Washington Federal bldg.. 1234
Washington ave. Mrs. Jerry Res-
nick is in charge of the program,
which is open to the public and
prospective members.
Plans for a luncheon and card
party fund-raising event on Satur-
day, Nov. 3. at the House of Hoo
restaurant, were to be presented by
Mrs Bertram Whitman, chairman.
of the Anti-Defamation
Beach Post Plans
Joint Dance
Miami Beach Jewish War Vet-
erans Post 330 and the Ladies' Aux-
iliary will hold a dance Thursday.
Oct. 18. at Legion Hall, 1828 Alton
rd.
Program includes entertainment,
and refreshments will be served.
Miami Women
Off to Confab
Mrs. Fre 1 Fullei, 75 So -
dr and Mrs. Edmund P ".- 18
SW 18th ave.. will serve as official
delegates from Miami Lodge N>
43. L'nited Order of True Sisters,
at the annual convention of the na-
tional organization in the Lord Bal
timore hotel in Baltimore. Md..
from Saturday. Oct. 27 to 30.
Mrs. Bernard Lowenthal is pres-
ident of Miami Lodge. I'OTS is one
of America's oldest national Jew-
ish women's fraternal and philan
thropic organizations. Establish
ed in 1846. it now has 45 lodges
throughout the L'nited States.
Approximately 500 delegates and
members from lodges in all parts
of the country will participate in
No. Dade PTA
To Meet Monday
First in a series of PTA meet-
Ings of the early childhood devel-
ipment program of the North
County YMHA will be held Mon
da) evening at 14036 NE 6th ave.
At the "get-acquainted" meet
Ing, parents and teachers will
have an opportunity t,> hear the
tor of the
pro [ram spe ik on Wh) Nurserj
--
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'In .
Mrs Si li : Ro rts PTA
nan Mrs Philip Kramer is
program supervisor S, Donald
La Belle is North County Branch
director.
not a powder,
not a crystal,
Mi NEW
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Irving Cooperman is commander the convention. Mrs. Joseph Win-
Miami Beach chapter helps to'
support and maintain the National
Home's free, nationwide and non-
-eitanan medical program
of the post, and Miss Edith Fein-
gold is president Jf the auxiliary
tors of New York Cry.
: '. will pre-:
national
Israelite Center
Verse Melodrama
Membership meetting of the Dora
Stein Sisterhood of Israelite Cen-
ter will be held Tuesday evening.
"Snatched from the Cruel Fate,"
a melodrama in verse by Sisterhood
members, will be presented.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Har-
old Reinhard. vice president of the
Florida Branch of the National
Women's League
Membership vice president is
Mrs Chester Letter. Program vice
president is Mrs. Hyman Corset
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Israel's ancient glories, mingled with the 20th Century exciterr-'
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Pcge 5-B
Mrs. Meyers Will Chair Histadrut's Professional Unit
4&
Wherever Greater Miami social leaders meet, the popular
subject of discussion is the coming Miami-Israel Festival oi
the Arts, to take place Sunday, Oct. 28. at the Fontainebleau
hotel. Four members of the hostess committee discussing the
event are (left to right) Mrs. Benjamin Frankenstein. Mrs.
]ccob Rifkin, Mrs. Joseph Cohen and Mrs. A .C. Fine.
Doral Day*
Slated Fashions
Day at the Doral.'" sponsored
I j the Coral Way Jewish Center
1 sterhood, included a luncheon
. i I ash ion show with frocks by
I rson's, furs by Engels, and wigs
l> Jtrrie Evans. Hairstyles were
t> Minna of Westchcstcr Beauty
.-. on.
-.-urhood members modeling
[th( fashions were Mesdames Ar-
t-. r Frank. Herbert Seltman, Al
I -in Marvin Weiner. Alan Gold-
i Harry Sarnoff. Irwin Brenner.
* artin Aronom. Robert Kemper.
Kreisberg, Marvin Bochner.
I .i! llirsch. Harry Katz. Ber-
i rd Switchkow, Leonard Levin
and Michael Sands.
Coordinating the recent show was
fairs Arthur Frank, and Mrs. Mur-
[laj Rosenberg was commentator
t hairmen for the function were
Mrs Joseph Rothman and Mrs
Mi rvin Bochner.
Israelite Center Luncheon
A luncheon to be held next Wed
nesday noon by the Dora Stein Sis-
terhood of the Israelite Center will
be sponsored by Mrs. Samuel Dor
man. Mrs. George Graham is
ticket chairman. Mrs. Philip Rich
man is luncheon chairman
Edith Zipp
At Fashion Show
I Zipp. director of the Star-
I I (harm School, and fashion
ol The Jewish Floridian.
coordinate the fashion show
i edars of Lebanon Auxiliary
. Diamond Luncheon on Nov.
'. .' :.] Kintainehleau hotel.
view for the first time at
If.;: will be the Parisian
1 Collection of Pierre
II i Ii aturing smart suits and
1 di signed "in the manner of
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acting as commentator.
' Z pp will describe the furs.
1 i arid custom-made wigs
Surfside to See
Foreman Plays
Town Council of Surfside has in-
vited Ru'h Foreman, owner-dircc
tor of Studio M Playhouse in Coral
Cables, to present Studio M and
Pied Piper Playhouse productions
at the new Community hldg.. 93rd
st. and the ocean.
The first of these productions,
currently on the boards of the
Coral Gables Playhouse, will bt
the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Look
Homeward Angel," scheduled tor
Oct. 28 in a one-performance-only
presentation.
dn Sunday, Nov. 5. at 2:30 p.m..
Mis- Foreman will present the Pied
Piptr Playhouse children's theatre
production ei "Rapunzel," also for
one performance only.
Miss Foreman, who lives m Boy
Harbor, has had 17 years of theatre
production in tne Greater Miami
area.
lifereth Israel Card Party
Refreshments will be served at
Tilereth Israel Sisterhood's card
party to be held Wednesday ever,
ing in the auditorium.
by Ruth Regina. and direct the en-
tire production of "Faces New for
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Acceptance hy Mrs. Anna Bren-
r.er Meyers. Miami Beach attorney
and civic leader, of her appoint-
ment as chairman of the Greater
Miami Business and Professional
Councl for Kupat Holim-Histadrul
was announced Thursday bv Pahhi
Leon Kronish. honorary chairman
of the organization.
The group ol South Flon ..a bust-
ne'ss and proTPs.-ional men "and*
women supports the recently-an-
nounced campaign to ra se $200,000
to build a new medical center in
Beersheba, capital city ol Israel's
Negev
Mrs. Meyers is former chairman
and now honorary chairman of the
Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Committee for State of Is-
rael Bonds. She is a former wom-
en's campaign chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, was first
president of the Conference of Jew
ish Women's Organizations of Dade
and Broward counties, and was the
first woman elected as vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Mrs. Meyers was the organizer
and first president of the Florida
Women's Lawyers' Assn She has
served as national treasurer oi trie
National Assn. cf Women Lawyers,
and as treasurer of the lr.ternatior
al Federation of Women Lawyers.
She also was vice president repre
senting the United States in the na-
tional group.
Mrs. Meyers is national \jcc
president of the women's division
of the American Friends of the He-
firs; woman to be elected presi-
dent ol the Jewish Family Service
her..
Mis. Meyers is a member of the
Dade County Board of Education,
and is former vice hairman of
the school board she won the 1958
Outstandini Citizen of Dade Coun-
ty award from B'nai B'rith. and
earned the National Conference ol
Christian? BtTB JetPS' atPaYd for the
Jewi.'h faith in 1959.
Serving en the steering commit-
tee to spearhead th( drive for the
Greater Miami Medical Center in
Beersheba, in addition to Rabbi
Kronish and Mrs. Meyers are Dr.
Irving I.ehrman. honorary' chair-
man: Mrs Jennie Grossinger, Har-
rj Gordon, Max Hecht, Jacob Rif-
kin and Dr. Julian A. Rickles.
Kupat Holim presently maintains
a modern network of 13 major hos-
| pitals and a chain of approximately
1 l.OOd clinics, which care for more
brew University, and is a former j than 1,600.000 men. women and
national vict president of the Amer-1 children throughout Israel, some 75
ican Jewish Congress. She was the i per cent of the total population.
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A television preview of Cedars
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WLBW. Oct. 27 at 9:30 a.m
Mode! Gloria Mars and Mrs. Na-
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will bi interviewed by Mollie Tur-
' ner. Thev will describe in detail
the program of the Cedars social
highlight oi the year.
"This will be a television show
for women only." said Mrs. Levin.
"We will show a new Parisian suit
by Pierre D'Alby, furs by Adrian
Thai, diamonds from the Nat Kos-
low collection, and. most exciting
of all. we will see a wig demon-
stration by Ruth Regina."
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*Jenist Fl-Lriidliar,
Friday. October IS. 1962
Newman, Leve
Bethrothcs. Told
Miss Harriet Newman and Ron-
ald I. Leve are making plans to
be married on Dec. 23 at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
The couple's engagement is be
ing announced here this week by
the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Newman, 725 14th
pi.. Miami Beach.
Parents oi tne groom-to-be are
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel 1. Leve. In-
dianapolis, liid.
Mi>- Newman graduated from
Miami Beach High School, where
she was president of the Student
Body. She received her degree
from Indiana University, where
she was a student senator, treas-
urer of the Assn. of Women Stu-
dents, and a member of Sigm i
Delta Tau. social sorority: Plei-
ades, junior honorary; and Mortar
Board, senior honorary.
Mr. Leve attended Indiana Uni-
versity and the University of Utah.
He was affiliated with Sigma Al-
pha Mu. social fraternity; and
VSCMAN OF THE WEEK
A charming Southern accent and winsome ways came from a small
1 wo in Smith Carolina along with Elinore i Mrs. Sidney) Aronovitz.
spent two years at Winthrop College, then a girl's school, but fin-
d :h elast two years at the University of Georgia, where she received
her Business Administration degree. Vacationing in Hendersonville
was quite routine every summer until she met Sidney. He delights in
recalling how angry he became when he asked her to Frolics at the
University of Florida, and she never even an-
sweredshe hadn't received the letter.
Angry as our new Miami City Commission-
er was. Sidney did ask her again. They be-
came engaged while he was in service. A wed-
ding present they will never forget was the
one they got on their honeymoon. annoimcing gf^ "JkltTchi, journalism hon^
that Sidney would be eligible for discharge. h
At first, they thought they would have to go_____fj_
back to Berlin, where Sidney was attached to j
Allied Military Government Intelligence. In-
stead, they settled down in Miami.
Elinore has done her share in community
affairs, among other things being all kinds of
7 mothersDen, Room. March of Dimes. She
has also been active in National Council of
, Jewish Women and Cedars of Lebanon Auxil-
! iary. She enjoys working with Beth David
" Sisterhoodand especially when she was chair-
tllNORC man of Cotillion. Commissioner Aronovitz, in-
cidentally, was president of Beth David Congregation.
Elinore admits that above all things she enjoys best working on
projects in which the children are involved and if they are Aronovitz
children, so much the better.
The new Aronovitz home that was so much fun to "do." is now
ever a year old. There's lots of closet space and lots of room for every-
one and everybodyincluding Elaine 15, Todd 12. and Karen 9. The
entire clan goes vacationing together, but it has only been during the
last two years that they manage to entice Sidney into going someplace
< -.heV than the Carolinas.
Ever since the first day she met Commissioner Aronovitzthat does
sound both important and lovelyElinore felt sure he'd at least wind
up working for the Chamber of Commerce because, as she fondly re- j
calls. Sidney has always been a great exponent of the wonders of Miami. |
His close association with his late uncle, Abe, helped this indoctrina-
tion. And now that Sidney's the City of Miami's newest commissioner,
Elinore is both thrilled and proud. All she hopes is that he won't be
ktpt away from home too much.
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AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
In a stunning, floor-length, white satin shift with a jacket encrusted
Full-Day Slate
At Beech T
MISS LIDOY GRfFNBfRG
Miss Greenberg
To Wed Dentist
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Greenberg.
3010 Prairie ave., are announcing
with gold and silver. Yvette Kern stood beside her husband, Herbert, j the engagement of their daughter,
and son Steven, greeting their guests at the reception and dinner at West- Liddy. to Reuben Hertz, son of Mr.
view in honor of Steven's Bar Mitzvah. It was a very gay evening, with and Mrs. Archie M. Hertz, of New
Steven's friends all doing the twist Several of the boys with whom he York City.
had gone to Camp Chiekawah came to town to help him celebrate. His
aunts and uncles arrived from New York and Texas. The seven-tiered
cake was magnificent, all blue and white
His grandmothers, Mrs. Dora Metz and Mrs. Esther Kern, of New
York, stood beside him when the cake was lighted, as did his sister
Cathy, in a long blue organda dress, looking like Alice in Wonderland,
her brother. Andreu.
Among the guests were Mr and Mrs. William Weintraub. Mr. and
John Serbin. Mr. and Mrs Jerome Kipnis. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
irmes, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Kanner. Mrs. Ronnie Fisher and her
r Madeleine. ho was isl turning twenty-one, Mr. and Mrs.
I mmer, Mr an i Mr-. Louis Winter, Mr. and Mrs Ira Mogul, Mr.
M Herbert I) Venzer. and Mr and Mrs. William T Kru^lak.
. .:il Mrs. Irving d Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling
; theii > ngratu [hi Kerns, who were doublj cele-
as i! v as als '.' Idii i m h i rsary
The future bride is a graduate
of Miami Beach High and the Fash-
ion Institute of Technolgy. In col-
lege, she was president of Student
Council, belonged to Sigma Delta
Sigma honor society, and was a
permanent member of the Prexy
Club.
She received a school key for
leadership and scholastic achieve-
ment honors. At present, she has
a fashion showroom in New York.
The prospective bridegroom has
a BS degree from the City College
of New York, and is now a sopho-
: r .ii the New York University
e of dentistry H< i- a mem.
: Alpha Omega denial fratern-
ity.
The wi dding i anned for Sep-
. \e\ York City.
Orthodox Women
In Meeting Here
Florida chapter. Women's Branch
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, held Its
October meeting on Monday.
Final plans were made for the
Melava Malka which will be held
on Dec. 1 Miss Annette Levitt has
been named reservations chair-
man.
An educational program entitled
"Women of Wisdom" was conduct-
ed, and certificates were issued to
all members who completed the
series of educational programs
Beth David
Ends Festival
Beth David Congregation will
celebrate Shemini Atzeret. the
eighth day of Sukkoih. on Friday
evening, at services conducted by
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Can-
tor William W Lipson.
On Saturday morning, services
will commence at 9 a.m. A Yizkor
service will take place at 11 a.m.
Simchas Torah. the ninth day of
Sukkoth. will be celebrated on Sat-
urday evening, 5:45 p.m.. during
which the adults will take part in
the Torah proceedings At 7:15. a
special service will be inaugura-
ted for children and teen-agers.
Teen-agers and pre-Bar Mitzvah
boys will take the place of the
adults at that service in the Torah
processions.
On Sunday morning, services will
begin at 9 a.m. Nathan Alexander,
a longtime member of Beth David
Congregation, will host the Kid-
dush after the services.
The full (;.-, center pro =
senior citizens on Miam
sponsored by the Gr<
Jewish Communrv i
tin on Tuesdi at thi I
Branch. 1538 I > dr.. fi
5 p.m.
Activities will include
and crafts group, English
tion, social dr.r>ce ins
choral group, J<\v>.-h I.
drama. Participants ma
lunch, and free bus tra
is provided.
in addition l tne T
day progran i ;ivitie>
be availabh < i Sundaj
Beginning a: 12 30 p.m
rarr. will star! with ;i
square dance class, i;
Friendship Club meet
Activities ar< assisted
leers from tin South FI u
tils of B'nai B'rith Wi
the supervision of profess
ol the Greater Miami J<
munity Cent< r.
r-'m far
Beach,
Miami
Will A
'' Hi to

nstrue.
: ruction,
>. and

'nation

pro-
ilk and
--ill be-
> volun.
la Own-
: under
mal staff
h dim-
Council Members
View Projects
Two-hundred and fifty and
[ old members of the Grc.v r Miami
I Section. National Council >f Jew-
ish Women, rode seven ur-condi-
tioned buses last Wedne- to see
for themselves what Co;
At Malcolm Rose Da> C liter and
: Douglas Gardens, where b"\
lunches were served, thej ouhed
other Council women rking in
leisure time activities
citizens of thi communil
The Council I raille Bindery, in
i the Dade County Textbi
lory at 32? SW 2"nd ave pi the
tour members sc spell I that
several members misse-
parture of their i us
A quick visit i-: the mcil of-
fice in the Greater Miami lewish
I Federation building, v lere all
Council business if con:. :ted, and
at the downtown Pott Off where
Council volunteers attei
zation ceremonies as part if their
New Americans program, > u also
included.
How to pay for the man; services
Council gives the comn nit) was
demonstrated by a visit Coun-
cil's Uptown Thrift Sh > at 5601
NW 7th ave Parking jrblcms
precluded a visit to the Downtown
Shop at 346 No Miami ..
' EXT GO AROUND THREE KINGS
: : and Christ K nd new b
d i hti Ji making Ai i n I Mar-
ner proudei rand] il evi This als givi -
- i ora" a coi er pi ne calls Ha ..
_. thej now hav< Kan- "flrenfs Da/ at Nautilus
N'exi three lunj
* *
-CRE FOR A WHILE
i Arvi ys flew
it to inspi in thi Imperial I! ..- They
ck to i In r fit t si linner
of Dave and Bj *here thej were welcoim
tl r friends.
* *
ELCW OUT THE CANDLES
II was dale Berlin's birthday Herbert and Iris Marks had the love-
: dinner party to celebrate. Sam Berlin proposed the birthday toast
i bis wife. Dessert was ice cream in flower shapes with a lighted
b.rthday candle gleaming on each one. The guests included Elliot and
Racbelle Pearl. Lee and Annette Kelson, and Bernard and Irene Jay.
The wind-up of the evening was at "Les Violins." Birthday forgotten
until next year.
S'autilus Jui i H
dents will "v. day al
hool." at 8 p ni on Tuesday.
They w ill attend
r school day schedi I the
f. cultj children do
in school. PTA president is Mrs
Abe Rothenberg. Principal is
Smart Wooley
&&I '
Reading Council's! bus tour itinerary ere left 'o i
Aaron Farr, national board member; Ml and F
Section preside-r.;; and Mrs. Bob Schwartz, toui chc
FOURTEEN IS A ROUND NUMBER
Max and Delia Applebaum just got back from the National Congress
of Jewish Women European Tour. Half of the crowd at Idlewild Air-
port were their family gathered to see them off and to see them re-
turn Reports are that Delia and Max spent most of their time in Europe
chopping for presents for their grandchildren. They only bought pres-
ents for thirteen. So they will have to go shopping again because a
f< urteenth grandchild came on Yom Kippur. It was a daughter born
H Dr and Mrs. Bernard Applebaum, named Laura Fawn.
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Friday, October 19, 1962
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rth El Sisterhood installed of-
. i is Sunday evening at a
kknth parly. Mrs. Jack Sha-
n -ident for another term.
i silk jersey print in the
;vptian motif Multi-Colors in
. p jewel tones were the focal
I of her dress, which follow-
the classic lines of the SCOop-
i ckline, cap sleeve, and full
Mrs Max Rapport wore a silk
i which featured a floral
in orange and brown. The
was detailed with rhine
es on her bodice. Deep
of blues, greens, and lilacs
the choice of Mrs. Rubin
! istein. Her abstract print
i had short cap sleeves. Also
tial to blues and greens in a
print was Mrs Phillip Kos-
while Mrs. Sam Phillips'
, was a black and white geo-
netric print.
A pink cotton was worn by Mrs
.iin Siegel. Her sleeveless bod-
ic had a square neckline, and
skirt was full. Mrs. Fannie
chose a light orchid-colored
. with a squared neckklme.
sleeveless. While clooney
i, panels were appliqucd down
side of her dress, and also
d a band near the hemline
r full skirt. A warm brown
the choice of Mrs. Flyman
ner, Her scooped neck dress
a as buttoned down the front
PP
|u|RS. Jennie Solinger's navy
"" blue sheath had a high neck-
line and short sleeves A large
floral print in brilliant turquoise
mi white silk was the choice of
Mrs, Sam Miller. White lace over
charcoal was worn by Mrs Abe
Pepper. Her dress featured a
low scooped back line and a full
skirt.
Mrs Abe Chiel, who's husband
is president of the congregation.
chose a charcoal and white print
with wide scooped neckline. Mrs.
Sol Weger wore a navy blue silk
shantung sheath. Her fitted bod-
ice was appliqued with alencon
lace florals, and sprinkled with
pearls. Powder blue inoygashel
linen was worn by Mrs. Sarah
Jacobson. Her matching mohair
jacket was cut in the chanal
style.
Wife of Beth Els spiritual
leader. Mrs. Solomon Schiff. se-
lected a silk chiffon print in col-
ors of blue, green and lilac Her
>lieath featured a flowing cape-
lette back with the capelette also
creating a small sleeve. Mrs.
Jacob Kahn wore a small Moral
print on white organza. Her neck-
line was a combination of a roll-
ed and shawl collar, and her
skirt was full. Silver grey silk
organza was the choice of Mrs.
Rebecca Gordon Her full skirt-
ed dress had a V neckline.
Mrs. Jnck Katzman (far left) is hostess to mem-
bers of the Technion banquet committee,
shown readying plans for their Nov. 28 gala
affair at the For.tainebleau hotel. Seated (left
to right) ere Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Miss
Elizabeth Zentler, Mrs. Frances Entine, Mrs.
Harry J. Grossman and Mrs. Fannie Goldberg.
Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Katzman. Mrs.
Meyer A. Baskin. Mrs. Louis Rudnick, Mrs.
Morris Simon. Mrs. Fannie Frommer, Mrs. Nan
Cohen, Philip Thau. Harry J. Grossman, Mrs.
Leo Rutstein, and Leo Rutstein. southeast re-
gional director of Technion.
Plans in Gear For Technion's Banquet Nov. 28
PI A Theatrt Party
PTA of the Hebrew Academy will
takt over the premiere night jhow-
"The Longest Day" on Nov.
21 at the Lincoln Theatre. The
Daryl F. Zanuck production fea-
turi 42 internationally-renowned
stars
ORT Dance
Set Saturday
Ann
Gables chapter of Women's
...n ORT will hold a "Pro-
vi Sukkoth" dance, beginning
ay. 7 p.m., at the home of
Mrs Max Deakter, 4400
a blvd., Coral Gables,
cocktails at the Deak-
the dessert, entertain
d dancing portion of the
ill be hold at the home
Mrs. Sidney Lai
blvd

Temple Menorah
Bar Mitzvah1 Fete
"Temple Bar Mitzvah" program
will be presented by the religious
school at the Simchas Torah ser-
vice of Temple Menorah.
The special children's service,
which will begin Saturday night in
the Temple's sanctuary, will trace
the growth of the religious school
which began with founding of the
Temple 13 years ago.
As parents march in the Hakofos
processional with the Torah. their
children will present a choral read-
me entitled "The Torah and my
Temple's Bar Mitzvah" Follow-
ing the presentation. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will lead the chi rei
in an Ahyah ceremony, during
which everj child will dedii .''
himself to the id Is i th<
id the faith of 'I rah.
Louis Reinstein, chairman of the
Bar M"."- which is
arrang ig the Ti
Nov. 4, will greel tl chil
.
ii/. i r< sid<
Plans are moving ahead on
schedule for Technion's annual
banquet Nov. 28 at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel, it was announced this
week by Al Sherman, dinner chair-
man.
A number of parlor meetings
arc now being planned prior to the
dinner for assignments of com-
mittees and volunteer groups.
First of these is a meeting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Katiman, 3122 Pinetree dr., on
Thursday evening, Oct. 25, where
Sherman will designate specific
duties to officers and board mem-
bers. Katiman is treasurer of
the men's chapter.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of
the South Florida chapter, said
that'"in less than a year, more
than 300 women have enrolled in
our Women's Division and a sub-
stantial number of men have be-
come founders. We are gratified
with South Florida's response to
the concept of building peace and
security in Israel through training
ol scientists at Technion."
Concurrent with these plans, the
women are sponsoring a series of
membership teas in all parts of
Dade county to enroll new workers.
Mrs. Philip Thau, president of
teas on Oct. 26 at the home of
Mrs. 1-eonard Zilbert, 7504 W.
Treasure dr.. and on Nov. 16 at the
home of Mrs Morton Fellman,
the Women's Division, announced 112835 SW 75th ave.. So. Miami.
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FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6th THROUGH 9th GRADES
Starling Monday, October 29th at 7:15 P.M.
Course Consists of 20 Lessons
CHILDREN OF NON-MEMBERS WELCOME
For Further Information call the Israelite Center
HI 5-1529 3175 S.W. 25th Street
than Jvst a Vacation
Rebekcshs Will
Meet Tisc
nshine Rebekah I.
Zamora Women
Model Lingerie
Sisterhood of Temple Zamora
held its first meeting of the year
las) Wednesday evening.
Program was ;. lingerie fashion
show from Acine's Custom Lingerie
Shop, 50 Miracle Mile. Coral
es.
Models were Mrs J Robinson,
Mi Sti inl < -. Miss i' Tay-
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Mrs. Charles W. Rothstein. noble
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+Je*isti fhridiari
Friday, October 19. ig62
$507,000 Bond
Sales Spur Fete;
Israeli Specks
Members of Temple Belh Sholom
launched Greater Miami's fall Is-
rael Bond effort with an outpouring
cf purchases exceeding S507.000 in
Israel Bonds.
The purchases were made in re-
sponse to a challenge by Gen.
Y] gal Allon, Israel's Minister of
Labor, and in tribute to James M.
Albert, president of the congrega-
t.xn. at a dinner Sunday night at
t!t Doral Country Club.
Albert was honored at the din-
ner for his service to the Temple,
the community and the State of
Israel. Chairman was Isadore
Hecht Rabbi Leon Kronish is
spiritual leader.
]n the major address. Gen. Allon.
who had just arrived in the United
States to take part in the tribute to
Aloert. praised "the part which Al-;
bert and Temple Beth Sholom have
played in helping to achieve Is- j
rael's economic growth through Is-
rael Bonds."
Allon pointed out that "in Is-!
rael's struggle for survival, the race
between it and its hostile neigh-!
tors is not merely an arms race."i
He said that "the race to achieve |
economic growth is of equal im-!
pcrtance."
Allon lauded the present Wash-
ington administration for its de-
rision to allow Israel to purchase
land-to-air missiles.
Gen. Allon presented a plaque
trom the State of Israel to Al-
bert, expressing appreciation to
him for his "leadership in the in-
fpiring program to open the Ne-
fev to new life and growth."
Or.e of the highlights of the pro-
gram was the lighting of the Me-
norah candles by leading members
Oi Temple Beth Sholom. Partici-1
rants were William Agranove, Sid-'
i iBJ D. Ansin. Joseph Ash, Abram
Baker, Nathan H. Darsky, A. C. I
Fine, Paul R Gordon, Louis R. '
Grossman, Sim Pollock. Jacob Rif- |
kin. Benjamin B. Rimer. Max Ros-
tr.. Judge Philip Schlissel. John I
Serbin, Ralph Spero. and Nat Wald- j
mar-
Other participants in the program j
wtre Hon. Zvi Eadan, Mrs. Jack j
Katzman. Seymour Silverman, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, Fred I
Somerstein, and Mrs. Max Weitz.
In recognition of outstanding service to the State of Israel."
lames M. Albert (second from left) receives a plaque lrom
Gen. Yigal Allon, Israel Minister of Labor, on behalf of his
country. Lookina on (left) is Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom, and Isadore Hecht (right), who
was chairman of the dinner of tribute to Albert given by
Temple Beth Sholom last Sunday at Doral Country Club.
Israel Bond High Holiday Synagogue
Drive Hits $842,300 in Purchases
At its first meeting of the New
Year, the board of governors of the;
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organi-
cation on Tuesday officially launch-
ed the fall phase of the Israel Bond
effort.
Samuel Friedland. chairman oi j
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-'
ganization, presided at the lunch!
con meeting in the Israel Bond of-
fice. The board heard reports on
the recent High Holiday Israel
Bond appeals, and discussed plans
for the forthcoming effort.
Announcing that $842,300 in Is-
rael Bond sales had resulted from
the synagogue effort thus far this
fall. Friedland lau.ied the participa-
tion of Greater Miami's rabbinate
and the lay leaders of synagogues
for their roie in helping to make
this year's High Holiday effort
"the most successful in the history
of the Israel Bond program." par-
ticularly underscoring "the role of
Temple Menorah and its spiritual
leader. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
for its precedent- setting Yum Kip-
pur Yizkor appeal."
Friedland stressed that this
year's increased sales during the
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High Holidays "was largely due
to the fact that a number of con-
gregations conducted their Israel
Bond appeals on the first and
second days of Rosh Hashona
rather than at Neilah services."
Also drawing attention were the
efforts of Temple Beth Sholom, un-
der the leadership of Rabbi Leon
Rabbi Wax man
Will Address
Education Meet
Rabbi Mordecai Waxrr.an, spiri-
tual leader oi Temple Israel of
: Great Neck, L.I., will be featured
speaker at a meeting on Tuesday
evening. 8:15 i m., at Temple Me-
norah Social Hall, jccrding to an
announcement mad* by Jerry Suss-
man. president < i lh Southeast
region oi th United Synagogue of
America.
The evening is tht first in a
series oi cultural events sponsored
by the United Synagi of Amor
ra. and will highlight the begin-
ning of adult education programs
in the lf> synagi gues affiliated with
the South Florida Branch <>f the
region Rabbi Waxman will speak
on "The Heritage and the Heir."
Rabbi Wexman, a graduate of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, has served Temple
Israel for the past IS years, and
is a nationally-recognized author-
ity on the Conservative move-
ment. He is the author of "Tra-
dition and Change," a classic
work delineating the development
of the Conservative movement in
America.
BABBI HMMC4J WAXMAH
the evening ard exter I greetings
to the mere than 500 persons <\-
pected to attend. Ther will t
no admission charge.
'Silk1 is Theme
Of Fashion Show
"So Splendidly Silk" will hi the
theme oi a fashion show >pons He is director of the Conserva- ed by tht EJear.or Roo>e\elt chap-
jtive Cavalcade of tht United Syna-jter, B'nai B'nth Women, on Wtd-
! gogue of Amenta, and a frequent negday and Thursday, No\ ; aid
i contributor to tht New York Times.. g_ at g a m
Congress Weekly. Jewish Frontier,
.and other Anglo-Jewish peno.i Styles frcn Jurdines
cals.
Seymour Mann, Jewish Communit) i enter of Holly-
Kronish. which achieved $507,000 wood, vice president ci the South-
in Bond sales at a dinner last Sun- east region oi tht United Syna-
day night in Doral Country Club. gogue. will ,-tr\t ;>- chairman of
featured diinrj: the "Fashions at
Breakfast" in the Summit restau-
rant. Dacelar.d Shopping 'enter.
In charge oi ticket- .ire Mrs.
Fduard Warooker, Mr- Joseph
Walzer. arc Mrs. Myron Rubin.
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by ALAN SHECTER
riu i n.y Jeu i1 prison
,. ,,i r < Bay of Pigs invasion is
named Carlos Egosi, whose fam-
ilj now jives jfl Miami. If you
ever meet him. rf >n't offer him
any bubble gum.
Wh} a Je WU invading the
Bay oi Pigs*' is not important.
After the invasion failed. Egozi
hid for two days with no food or
shelter. When he thought things
had cooJtd off, he came into the
open and tried to hitch-hike to
Havana.
A truck carrying Cuban militia-
men, faithful to Castro, unsus-
pectingly picked up Egozi and
gave him a ride. Only when
Egozi thoughtlessly began blow-
ing bubbles with his bubble gum
did tin militiamen realize that
he mu-: nave been one of the in-
m the United States.
,. mestl) : op I thai Egozi
i to Miami s ton. He
has spfffl well Br a year in
ring the lay that bubble
riginal
>..- hungry, nervous and
en he unthinkingly started
. his gum. The story is
uulti be funny if only
it didn nurt so much.
*
AMCNG THE LITERATI
Win i. | get Robert Frost visited
Russia St month, he was ac-
claimed almost as if he were a
Russian cosmonaut. Interesting-
ly it was partly through the
efforts oi Dr. Berthold Friedl. of
the University if Miami, that
Frost and his poems became
knov.n in Russia.
In 1947, Friedl wrote a book
called Psalm of Life and Amer-
ican Lyrics in Russian Transla-
tion." The book included Rus-
sian translations of several po-
i -t.
Fried) .earned later that the
"- fcnrst- ,TT-r r'?/'?/-
Potoe 9-B
U.S State Department helped
circulal i the book throughout
Russia, thus spreading Frost's
masterpieces behind the lion
Curtain.
Incidentally. Frost is among
five nominees to receive the Mi-
ami-Israel Cultural Award for
cultural contributions to Israel.
THEY'RE NO DIFFERENT
Are Jews more emotional than
their non-Jewish neighbors?
'Speaking generally, Jews suf-
fer more hypertension than Gen-
tiles. Jews are more inclined to
have chronic repressed hostilities
because they feel discriminated
and persecuted against as Jews."
So states Dr. Jack Kapchan, of
the University of Miami, and
practicing psychologist here He
says statistics support his views.
Kapchan describes a 'cultural
sterei type la mistiness or in-
groupness .. among
man> He points out that
some J< practice "anti-Gen-
tilism' .- part : their inferiority
as a min ritj jr i ip.
A contrasting manifestation of
this complex is the Jew who
practices anti-Semitism to help
himself climb out of the minority-
group and up the Gentile busi-
ness or social ladder, adds Kap-
chan.
Dr. Seymour Blumenthal does
not agree. Also a practicing psy-
chologist in Miami, Blumenthal
doubts that American Jews think
of themselves as persecuted to-
day. He says, I'm inclined not
to think that Jews have more or
different emotional problems
than other groups.''
"We should try to get away
from the idea that Jews are dif-
ferent.'' says Blumenthal. "They
are no different. Jews are just
ordinary people."
AJCom. Schedules
Pane! Series;
Opens Wednesday
Greater Miami chapter of the
American Jewish Committee has
announced a series of four discuss-
ions 'o be held at the Everglades
hotel.
Entitled "The Challenge." the,
series will begin with a program
"ifc-:'Xlu'XiUitrol.uf Man's AJirid,'.'
featuring a discussion of censor-
ship in Florida, next Wednesday,.
8 p.m.
Guest speaker will be renown-
i ed author, Philip Wylie. Lee
Ruwitch, vice president and sta-
tion manager of WTVJ, ch. 4, will
be moderator.
Panel discussants will include
Morton Abram. attorney; Dr. Sid-
ney Besvinick, associate professor,
i school of education. University of
I Miami; Dr Alan Lipton. assistant
professor of psychiatry. University
of Miami; Mrs, Betty Lunnon, sup-
erintendent of school libraries in
Dade county; and Fr. Edward Mc-
Carthy, of Biscayne College.
Refreshments will be served fol-
lowing the meeting. Second in the
series is "Wasted Human Re-
sources: The Negro in Florida."
scheduled for Jan. 9.
Yomen to Direct At Beth Torah
i in i I if the Fri-
- choir at Beth Torah
I -i f>r the .- iming year
V imen, local Jewish
ad com:) iser II ilar music. Announce-
i ade this week by [rv-
resident it the congre
\ i lied at the New
nservatory of Music in
Hi has appeared as con-
ductor at composer In Radio City
Carnegie and Town
H ,v York, and leading
Is in Philadelphia and
Was D.C
as perl irme 1 in Paris
. .'I the music
. he has
I' dir i imerous
lewis ta les, in
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PCS ON AS COMPANION
NED GENT.EMAN.
Will i ing and light housework.
Coll bHu 5 P.M. JE 8-2309
mith," Maccabees." "Queen
Esther." "Passover Festival,"
"Purim Festival," and "America
Mother of Exiles." written espec-
ially for the 300th anniversary of
American Jewry in 1954
Yomen was music drector of
Temple Emanu-EI for three years,
and for 10 years has served as
music director and conductor of
the Miami Beach Community Sing-
ers.
Englander Named
Dinner Chairman
Emanuel Ungar, president of the
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
.-announces the appointment of Mai-
vin Englander. Vice Mayor of Mi-
ami Beach, as chairman for the
forthcoming Young Israel testi-
monial dinner on Sunday evening,
Nov. 18, in the Napoleon room of
the Deauville hotel.
The dinner will highlight the new
building program of Young Israel,
which is now in progress.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual
leader of Young Israel, said that
construction of the new synagogue,
youth center and auditorium will
be started immediately following
the testimonial. The new building
will be at 990 NE 171st st.
Serving with Englander as hon-
orary chairman of the dinner will
DC Edward Silver. District Attorn-
ey of Kings County. New York
City, and past president of the Na-
tional Council of Young Israel.
Also named as co-chairman are
Louis Merwitzer, president of the
Hebrew Academy; Harry Genet,
honorary life president of the He-
brew Academy; Henry Groudan,
Dr. Solomon Nussbaum, Milton
Gottlieb, Harry Lerner, and Coun-
cilman Irwin Scharf.
RABBI DAVID ffOSENFELD
Rabbi Rosenfeld
Will Officiate
During Simchas Torah services
at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
on Saturday evening. Rabbi David
Rosenfeld. newly-appointed spiri-
tual leader, in keeping with an an-
cient tradition, will conduct a
unique ceremony which signifies
that the Torah will never depart
from the participating family. -
Rabbi Rosenfeld will hand the
Torah to three generations of male
members a grandfather, son and
grandson
The joyous holiday of Sukkoth
will be celebrated at the Center
with the students of the religious
school taking part in the tradition-
al Hakofos and singing Hebraic and
Israeli melodies.
Simchas Torah Celebration
Tifereth Israel Congregation will
meet for breakfast on Sunday to
celebrate Simchas Torah.
UM Orchestra
Season Opens
This Weekend
Thi niversit; liai
r>hon> Orchestra, Lh Fa n -1
vitzky conducting, officially opens
the Greater Miami music seas i
Sunday evening at Miami Beach
Auditorium and Monday evening at
Dade County Auditorium, in pro-
grams dedicated to the 17th anni-
versary' of the founding of the
United Nations.
A work especially commissioned
by Fabien Sevitzky, Eugene Za-
dor's "Ode to Peace." will be
given its world premiere perform-
ance by the orchestra. The com
position is dedicated to the United
Nations and expresses spiritually
the goal of the peoples of the
world: universal peace. Dr. Henry
King Stanford, president of the
University of Miami, will speak
briefly on the United Nations dur-
ing ceremonies at the Monday
evening concert only.
Guest soloist for the orches-
tra's opening pair of program
is Nikita Magaloff, internatior-
ally-known pianist. Magaloffwi
perform Beethoven's Piano Con-
certo No. 3 for his first appes-
ance with the UM Symphony.
In addition to the Beethoven
Concerto, a second major work on
the program. Igor Stravinsky's
"Firebird Suite." will be present-
ed by the orchestra in commemor-
ation of the composer's 80th birth-
day this year. The fourth compo-
sition to be heard is Claude De-
bussy's IberiaImages for Orch
estra, No. 2. This work will ba
played by the orchestra in com-
memoration of the 100th anniver-
sary of the composer's birth.
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"The Magic Flute," by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is the
Dade Youth Opera production which will be presented Nov
25 at Dade County Auditorium. One of the worlds greatest
ooeras, "Magic Flute" will be sung in English with librettos
on hand for children and adults. Rehearsing their roles are
(standing) Gregory O'Berry. Robert McPherson and Vug.n.a
Engelbright. Seated are Erick Santamaria set designer; and
Dr Paul Csonka. who will conduct the orchestra and chorus.
Also featured, among others, are Carol Donn last year s
Metropolitan auditions w.nner in Sarasota William Greene,
Marvene Christmas. Patricia Johnson, and Flora Lerman. Mrs.
Roberta Keyes and Dr. Howard Doolin are co-founders of the
Dade Youth Opera project, which is an affiliate of the Opera
Guild of Miami.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
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OPENING CONCERTS!
SUNDAY, OCT. 21Miami Beach Aud. 8:30 P.M.
MONDAY, OCT. 22Dade County Aud. 8:30 P.M.
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Friday, October
^ar 19. 1362
Judith Falk
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will of-
ficiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Jud-
ith Sherry, daughter of Mr. and
Airs. Walter Falk. during Saturday
morning Shemini Atzereth ser-
vices, Oct. 20, in Belli David,
Judith is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and studies the piano.
Her parents will host the Kid-
dush following t! my.
* *
Jack Colin
Temple Judea will be the sue
Of the Bar Mitzva m of
Mr, and Mrs Werner C'>hn, 6101
Alaynada. Coral Gables Satur-
day morning, Ocl bi M
decai Podet will officii
An eighth grade honor roll Jtu
lent at Ponce Junior High, Jack
is a stamp collector
His parents will host the Kid-
oush in his honor.
* *
Randy Rieger
Bar Mitzvah of Randy E Rieger
will be observed during services
Saturday morning. Oct. 20. at Beth
Torah Congregation, with Rabbi
Max A. Lipsehitz officiating.
Randy is an eighth grade student
at North Miami Beach Junior High.
Mr and Mrs. Jerry Rieger will
have a luncheon in honor of their
| son in their home. 1320 NE 174th
I St., and a reception will be held
on Sunday at Temple Menorah soc-
ial hall.
*
Mark Goldstein
Mark Leonard Goldstein will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Oct. 20. at Temple Beth Am Rab-
bi Herbert Baumgard will officiate.
The celebrant is the son of Mr
and Mrs Irvin Goldstein, 5100 SW
64th ave., ami mdson of
Alex Goldstein and Mrs, Ann Gold-
stein.
A buffel rec pti< n in honor of
Mark Id at his f>>l-
lowing '>'.
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Anne Frank Diary
Miami Beach High School thes-
pian troupe was to present "The
Diary of Anne Frank" under the
direction of Jay Jensen, drama
coach, this Thursday and Saturday
evening in the school auditorium.
Lead role of Anne will be taken
by Trudy Gertler. with Alan Rosen
strauch opposite her as Peter.
Other members of the cast are
James Green. Gail Gour, Rosalyn
Gordon, Doreen Sakrais, Steve Sei-
bert. Suzi Grenald. Jeffrey Blum
and Zvi Salant. Understudies are
Lynne Newman, Eunice Rapchink
and Bruce Byers.
On-the-stage committee are Sus-
an Saperstein. student director;
Larry Haber, sound; Helene Lebo-
witz, publicity; Steve Seibert. sets;
Andrew Green, stage manager;
Debbie Dinaberg and Lois Pearl-
man, costumes; Maurice Tobias,
ushers; and Rafael Velazquez,
tickets.
Rabbi Podet to Lecture
On Wednesday, at 8:15 p.m.. Rab-
bi Mordecai Podet will lecture on
"The Challenge of Amos'" at Tem-
ple Judea. This will be the sec-
ond of a series of courses dealing
with the "Three Spiritual Revolu-
tionaries "
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Posl-Confirrncmds
Plan Weekend
Membei s of the posl
club of Temple Beth Am havi
i mnd Key
for Oct. 27 and -
Stud) sessions I with
. Herbert M I I, and
recreal lies of the Key
will also be used
The Club is comprised of 11th
and 12th graders, and ;it the end
of the school year, the Temple will
have its first high school gradua-
tion.
Sylvan Holtzman, advisor of the
Temple's National Federation of
Temple Youth, announces that the
group's first affair will be a party
on Sunday. Oct. 28.
Senior Citizen
Functions Set
First afternoon program for sen-
ior citizens in north Dade county,
sponsored by the Greater Miami I
Jewish Community Center, will be-!
gin on Monday at 14036 NE 6th I
ave.
Monday's program will be an in-'
formal lounge, from 1:30 to 4:30,
p.m., consisting of table games,
discussion groups and community
singing led by Mrs. Esther Klein
from 2 to 3 p.m
In addition to Monday's lounge,
a folk and square dance class will
be held on Wednesdays from 2 to
3 p.m.. to be led by Mrs. Shirley
Chall. The folk and square dance
class will begin on Wednesday. Oct.
31. and meet every Wednesday
thereafter.
Pallot Named
Zone Chairman
Ronald S. Pallot. vice president
of Norton Tire Company, has been
named chairman of the B. F. Good-
rich zone dealer advisory council
for 1963.
Serving with four other B. F.
Goodrich zone representatives from
the United States, Pallot will help
guide the manufacturer's national
policy in the fields of product de-
velopment, pricing, adjustment
procedures, service and ware-
housing, advertising and general
operating methods.
Dade county's four Congressional
candidates have been asked to
present their views on Israel and
the Middle East at Tuesday eve-
ning's special meeting on Israel of j
the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. according to program chair-
man Gerald Schwartz.
The session, open to the public, j
w ^he.-lyjed fpfc _8 p.m., aL, the j
Algiers hotel. Theodore Trushin.
lo Ige president, said all formal
business will be postponed to allow
for the unusual program.
Rep. Dante Fascell, Democratic
ite tor reelection in the
I and his Republican
Jay McGlon, will appear
in p as wiil GOP third dis-
nee Robert P Person,
: rm r Claude Pepper also is
: ghe his at the
' :. -
Bearng attention at the meet-
ing will be a panel discussion on
"Israel5723." Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, honorary chairman of the
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami, and Dr. Aaron
Kahan, executive director of the
Greater Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds, are late
additions to the panel.
Other panelists are Arthur S.
Rosichan, executive director of the i
Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Zvi Eadan. consul of Israel for eco-
nomic affairs; Jack S. Popick. na- j
tional vice president of the Amer-'
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni- (
versity; Yitzhak Gerstenhaber. vice '
president of Zim Lines and the
American-Israeli Shipping Co.'
iFla.l. Inc.; Capt. Leo Gardner, re-
gional director of El AI Airlines;!
William Bornstein, co-chairman!
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Chicago Club Has Meeting
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Oct 3 Dec. 17 Single occ. 18
OTHER RATES AVAILABLE
Religious Services Daily
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FREE: 81" TV 4 Radio in each rm.
Srlf Parking adjoins Hotel, Mats
4 Lounges. Orange Juice Daily,
Entertainment Nightly a\ Many
otner featurei Abe Getter.
with Schwartz of the lodge's IsraM
committee; and Milton Kahn, Bna
B nth member who recenl
turned from Israel.
An entertainment program head-
ed by Cantor and Mrs
Marbiny, who recently
cantonal school in Mia
will be presented.
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, meeting will be held Tuesday eve-
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Page 11 B
A. David Rayvis, president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
first !o develop a program on employment of the handicap-
ped, presents another "first" to Michael Franco (left), president
oi Industrial National Bank of Miami, the lodge'3 "Firm of the
Year award. The citation recognizes the bank's participa-
tion in the program. Eleven officers and 75 percent of Indus-
t:.ii National's staff are engaged in various fields of handi-
capped rehabilitation and employment.
Branch Given 2nd Six-Year Term
Six years in prison was '.he sen-
imposed on hate .) >mber Don-
ranch last Frida by crim-
ourt Judge G tn rV'iliiams,
h is alrea I serving a six
ti mi for pi"": 1 b imbing
., K'i'.f- '.on hoie
sensational case broken late
I sprins by imi !' lice
1 mi nt and the ; tttorn-
office
11 0 latest c.i be! re Judge
tarns, lu.1 v. 1 I i?ecti\es
l that Bran i 1 ire from
ul cell i" : ide State
Richar i Ger -' (in; his
sistants, A ti .. and
Let J ines; I L F Gracej
harles S ficers
One defective Keith H. I'm S3 d branc- o-,;3 to "cut
Ihe lliroats" o{ DJis County
School Board me ;5- Jack Gor-
ton and civic lease- .'.. !iam Sing.
I' =cth of who a- Jewish, as
il Gersteir.. hi-;-1 said he
He-ird Branch ma I threats
when he was, hirrs ;. 3;.aerate-
l| ailed in Bra-:- ; ci\i on a
Mtwp charge r>' j>atf'ng worth-
IMS checks back in J y.
r detective, I imes A
luggle 11 (ranch's
in agi 1 ietl
tied inch cut
i ii) Star il Symbol
' ilel tissue and stuck a
in the 1 I il in-
mder tl i With
- i lats."
plii iational
e Vic! las been
i three-year arm for pos-
ol explosiv !9 \ third ac-
Michael Babey, was
cent. Tit prosecution
that the trio < istructed
ii bombs, th >n l 1 ik them
past the Fortj Mile Bend in the
Everglades 1 practice with them
I-, extrem gh. 4 Minute-
man" ex '-.
The sen :i ig '.' .1... ed on the
heel? j: I 11 tria del i 1 (i in Judge
Williar 1 some two weeks
ajo.
I',-:.,- i fa 1 ':: \ ordeal
in court this ne f w the alleged
bombing 1 if the home
01 a V..1 li or
Durii 3 the tw 1 detec-
tives, Kj lin I Ha I la 1, told the
court "hated" (lordon
ar. I Si -.' b h are Jew-
ish, and rh Iraneh re ike I with
anti-S tn tatrad."
Democrats Will
Fete Dr. Gluck
ib of Miami Beach
will linner in
h mot Samuel A Gluck on
Satui le Sea Gull

Th : Dr Gluck
.,-.. irian work
... tis life "
ie father of
Wa f the club
B-G BrandTwill
Meat Wadnesdtsy
K.,- inch, w iil
hold tar meeting Wed-
p.es la 1 the F irband Cul.
tural U2 Was tington ave
\. less m setlng con-
eted v utor, president,
lia tvents will
: Man-
president
11
Mayor High
To Receive
Abess Award
Miami Mayor Robert King High
is the recipient of this year's Leon-:
ard L. Abess Award in the field
of human relations.
The award, granted by the Flor-
id* regionai-office of the- Anti-De-,
famation League of B'nai B'rith. is
betsowed "upon that individual
who is deemed to have distinguish-
ed himself beyond all others, dur-
ing the course of the past year, in
making meaningful the concept of
the brotherhood of man. under the
fatherhood of God."
Past recipients include former
Gov. LeRoy Collins and the late
Abe Aronovitz, a former mayor of
Miami.
Paul Seiderman, chairman of "the
ADL awards committee, cited May-
or High for "your untiring efforts
in behalf of understanding and
amity between the American com-
munity and the Latin American
community, the very symbol you
have become of Pan-American
friendship and understanding, the
honor that Miami has achieved un-
der your leadership as a haven
from Communist Cuba."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10567
THE Wll.l.l KMSHIRGH
SAVIN 1 is ItANJv.
Plata tiff.
KIN LEY J( INKS, Trustee In
llankruptcy. Wll 1,1AM K URIKKIS
mid ARDELLA 1 IKU'l IN lu< wifi
DWAYNE I.. NYKAMPund MARY
B. NYKAMP I"- "if.-. VICTOR
VANILESKI mill IRM \ VASII.ESKI
|fe, 11 nd HOME MM.K KMI't.oY-
i-:es i- km it: \i. 1:1:1 'it 1 nii 'N ami
THE I'NITED ST VTES "I AM ERICA
Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT
Til Wll.l.l \M K GRIFFIN sn.l AR-
i>i:i 1.a ; i;i i-i- IN, in- fe,
RKSII >ENCE rXKXl IWN
I 'W VYXE I. NYKAMP and
MARY 1: Nl K VMP hi* "if-.
RESII IENCE I SK Si i\VX If
ilive ami U dead, thi unknown
heirs, .1. \ 1 >, grantees, :is-iun-
...... Ii,n< ?*. *->-- 1 i i.. i -. trust..*
nr ..... i lalmii Iniming l>y,
through, under "i against un> .f
the above named defendants who
are deeease ;
Y iu ii-. li. i eliy notified thai the
i .. .\. .1 |i i ini i i-i i 'ti ha* been in-
- I| uted nicalnsi v.....ii tin ri-uil
I mrl u( the ELEVENTH .1
Circuit < Plot Id i in nnd for I' VDE
' \ tu !> ........'- 11:"
hi follow in; ili i il" -I real pi
Lot IJ, III... I. ; KIRST A|i|'ITI"N
l"i i l*AR( il. 'ITY,........Ilnti to the
llal Mi--: I 'i '"I '" I'lal Hook
i i Paiti i a 111* 1'nlilli R.....rils
if I I;,.I. I'llUlll) I IlirlllH
\ i t l| ii. .1 to Iil. i OUT HII-
ivr I I'liniplulni mi il"-
c I.....I.........-.. III i'.....I i -,.[-\,. ., I'opi '.< i >f upon pi ill
ittornvv, MARTIN KINK, 14th El.....
II idv I-.-. i- ii III Is Miami -' Klorldn
Itw Hi.hi Xo\ i iiiliei I". .....i
i i Pro i 'onfi-sHu ill i nti
- yon
Dateil i ictoln r
K. II LEA I'HERMAX
rl.-rk of th 'Ireiill I 'url
i ,,i, i:> : .- p i-i iPKI.AND
|ii.|iilt\ i 'U-rk
MARTIN" ELSE
\-t..- ii.-, for I'In
I lih I-.....i l ii In hi ileral Blils.
Miami 12, Elorlila
in ly-si'i, ii --'
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to alU
MIAMI'S CXCLUSIVI II;.....:
A'lOCOMWUMlv MA I il
MO 1-7693
LcJAc NDTICE
- -' : B US-'CAT ON
N THE CIR-'JIT CO'JRT OF THE
el;i. : .'--I Juj : > -" ci- T 0F
-.__ ^ -j i no ros oaoe
COL r M CHANCERY
No 82C M
I
Plali
i
MAK'IAP.I

SUIT FOB DIvORCi
l i .- il
. .'i irange, Si I
You i "'
notified tl i III! ': :\"\
... i .... has "" nwo
q llreil I"
. ... :0| ir j ii \. -' f i leaj;
Ing to the Bill "" ""' ".', ""
Plali tiffs tttorney, Hllery F ,'lv"'';
man, M-112 Biwayne Building, Miami
SS i-......la, in i file the ortelnal An-
wer .. i ,., 14 in the 'rtlce "f the
Clerk of the Circuit rl m or be-
fore the I9th daj H N <\.....ber, i.'"-
II ^ ill i Ui a .. lodgment uj fle-
faiilt v...... I '-""-' >;' '"'
.,,. .in the BUI ui
.....
,11 -. published once
each week I jjlve 1K k"
iii THI XN...
DONE VNP Cl tOERED il Miami,
thla ITtl l ''' A.U.
"b. b levth ma>
n/v. Florida
i I LYMAN
i
HILERY SILVERS VN
i; H
M Florida
' ''' ''"' ii > j
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 11026
I 1. KIS1.AK Ml IRTl IAHE
, ( IRPOR vrii IX P I- !' ?RH 'A,
Plaintiff,
JAl'K Mi'MUNAIII.E mil MRW JACK
McM< 'N.\i ill' li Ife. anil
IAMKS i:i-:y.\iii.|'s.
I lefendantf
NOTICE OF SUIT
to: i \mi:s i:i:ynih.I'S.
LKsll >KN' I' I SK XI '" N, ii n,l
the mil.....n >i.....He ,,i i-.ii'l ili-
fvndunl If man led anil allvi ami
,. ,.,i.| .l.i, ndanl In dead, the
unknou n lielra, devl gran-
teen, aiwlgneea, llenom, i i illtora,
trustee or other idalniantii claim-
ing iiv. tlirough, .....li r "i agalnal
itn ,,r the above named defen-
dant! who are deceased
You are hereby notified that the
above oaptioned action haa been In-
itituted against you in the ''i"'"'
Court of tlie Eleventh Judicial lr-
, ,iii ,.f Florida In and for Dade Coun-
tv to forecloae > mortgage "i""i tn
following deacrlbed real property:
I.,.I D, in Block M, of IVKS l-.S-
TATE8 SECTION FOt'R, according
to the Plat thereof, aa recorded In
Plat Book '". ii Page 79 "f the
Public Record* of Dade County.
Florida.
Y.iii me required i" file youi an-
swer to plalntlrra complain) with the
Clerk of the aforeyaid Court, and
nerve cou> ther..... upon plaintiff*
attorney, MARTIN FINE, it i, I .....
iu |) Federal Bldg Miami J2, I-......la
not liiier ilinn November l, I86S ,,r
, peoree Pro Confeami will !" en-
tered tgalnat you.
Dated: I N-tober it, l:"'-
E, B WEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit Court
He ,|i Bs K M IVM \N
j ieput> i 'lei k
MARTIN PINE
Vttnrne; foi ; 'lalntifl
,.|, ptoor Da li Kedi rai Bldg.
\! ru .,', Fl '
10 !-, n --.'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious naniet "f
Peacock Lumber and supply Com- i
pany; Peaooek Lumber and Bupply
I'n, at (015 Douglaa Road, .Miami. '
Florida Intends to rearlster said names
with the Clerk nt Hi,- Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
PEACDCK LUMBER COMPANY
III l-"lu. i -, ili. I
BIMON, MAYS A QRCNDWERG
Attorneys for Applicant
Sil Ainsley liuildiuK
in 19-28, 11 2-9
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. n chancery
No. 62C 10844
LOTTIE FERGUSON,
Plaintiff,
CLADIC8 FERGUSON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ci.Anns FERGUSON
I lade 'ounty, Florida
You, CLAD1CS l'i:i',i;isi iN. are
hereb) notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve it copy nf your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff* Attorney, LAW OF-
FICES ul" l STANLEY LEVINE,
900 Southwest Second Avenue. Miami
M, Florida tl-'U 1-1681) and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office "i the Clerk of the Circuit
Court 'in t>r before the 15th day of
November, 1962. if you fall to do *>>.
judgment bj default will l- taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint,
Thi* notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLi iRII'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thl* Mh day of October, A.D,
1962
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(aeal) By: K. M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
LAW i IFFICB8 i IP
I STANLEYLEVINE
:..... S\V 2nd Avenue
Miami 16, I- In PR I I6S1
ID l.Yl.r. I LIEBERMAN
Attornej for Plaintiff
1" 12-19-26, II 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that
the undeisigned, desiring to engugi In
busineas under the flctltloua aame >.;
Mm : I* l..i|i,ln*. l.i. Inilali .v A----- I-
atea at !i i" Lincoln Road, M I a m i
I ..ii l.i Intend I- reglnti
name Ith the Clei k of the "In nil
Court ,'i Dade County, Klurida.
Ml IRR1S LAP1DUS
HAROLD LIEB.MA.N
Sole i nv n, i -
CYPBX .V SALMON
Attorneys for Applicants
-.". Ai thill Godfre) Rn III
________ I" 12. 1-26. 11 '2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vl ITIi i: IS HEREBY GIVEX thai
ng to engagi
buidiift "i" tltlotis a.,hi, ol
Mari-h.int, Peiklna, C...... and Schen-
. .i M !"T :i- ayin I liiilding.
Minn,'. I-I.i.. intend '>> register said
na 'i A'ltl the Clerk ii thi i n ill
ol l la le County, I lot Ida
MARCHANT AND PERKINS,
PRl 'I ESSII INAL ASS, ,. 'I VTIi >N,
in Fill i 'ii' i
p,- i: :-
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XI ITU 'E IS HEREBY Gl\ KN thai
... rals eil, si Inn in n in
rider the I
AI HIST Kill IS. llAKF.m s w
>il. Street. Min i I Il I
in... hi 'lei v "t
tin I'ircill i ',,in-i ..i I .,
i Ida
\i ;i ST i:\K EHY, IN' .
la Fl
ARTIIUII VUGUST
\ I orill I": Appll, nil
mil ilnsii i in,it
i" !"-:'. 11 _'-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiTiii: is iii:i:i:ri oiYKN that
t hi underslgi ed, di siriiis to engi
liflslnexa unilei thi fli til lann ol
HE H'JKiNT VPARTMEXTS Hi tt'lli
Biun i'-/. I 'I Ive. Miami Beiu-h,
mi. n,i i ienl*te .. nann with I In
Clei k of the i'ii- 'ii I 'ml,
, 'otinl i. I- I'-rnla.
MICHAEL i' iS IN
MILDRED '' VIX
\K. iNl '\ ITS5, SILVER .v SI 'HER
Ait,.i a, \ppli, .nii-
. in-,. \ Building
Mia id 12, I lot Ida
In I"-:',.. II 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,i engage in
bURlneHS under the fictitious name of
RAY'S Ol'EST HOUSE at 67 Weal
23rd Street, Hialeah Intend to reg-
Ister >nid name with the Clerk of the
circuit court of Had.- County, Flor-
ida,
piiii.ir.i r.AV
LENA K RAY
ARONOVITZ, BILVER .-. SCHER
Attorneys for Applicants
hot Alnslej Building
Miami 62. Florida
_________ 10 12-19-26. 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, di siring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
JIMMY DEWTRO, it 'its at 935 Linc-
oln Road, Miami Beach, Florida In-
tends i" register said nun.- with 'he
Clerk df the Circuit Court ,,f Dade
County, Florida,
JIMMY DESTRI'
a.\i;i:i.ii \l.i
Ati. ii ii.--. for Applicant
I" 12-19-26. 11/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57321-C
IN RE: Estate of
MARGARETBERGER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You nr.- hereby notified and re-
quired t" present anj claims nnd de-
mand* which you may have imaintft
the estate ol MAROARET BERGER
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges ol Dade
County, nnd file the same in their
offices In th.- County Courthouse n
Dade County, Florida, with alx
endar months from th.- date ol the
first publication hereof, or the same
wilt in- barred.
ESTELLE MILLER
BERNSTEIN & MILLER
By Milton Miller. Attornej
,', ingri as I luildinK
Minim. FlOl Ida
i" 12-19-26. 11/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10565
THE WILLIAMSBURGH SAVIN IS
BANK,
Plaintiff,
v*.
FIXLEY JONES, TRUSTEE IN
BANKRUPTCY, GARLAND I.AN-
THRON nnd Wll.MA LANTHRON,
hi* wife, ALBERT GENE DAWE, I
nlngle man. CATHLEEN DAWE, i
. woman. HELEN SHERMAN,
EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OP
MORRIS HORN, nnd the UNITED
ST \Ti:s i IF A MERICA,
I,, fi imIii ni -
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl GARLAND LANTHRl >X and
Wll.MA I.ANTIIIH IN. his Wife,
RESII iknit: UNKNOWN,
\i.i:ki:t GENE DAWE, a single
man, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN,
i 'ATHLEEX DAWE, a single
woman, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
.,n,i the unknown spouse of any de-
i int. whose inn; Ital status i- not
stati ,1 If living, nnd If any
,.f the named defendants are lead,
ih. unknown heirs devisees, grant-
ees, assignees, llenors, creditor*, trus-
tees "i other claimants dalmtna hv,
through, under or against any of the
above named defendants who are de-
n sod:
Vu i are hereby notified that the
.ii.\. t'Hptinned action has beAn in-
stituted imnlnsi > ou In the '' i
. oi :ii. Elevi nth Judii Clr-
i-uit of I'l.,i Ida in and for Dade Coun-
ty t.. for, closi mortgage upon the
followlna desci Ibed i eal mpi I
Lol ::. Bli ck 69 I IR8T ADDITION
Tl' 'A Ki it. CITY, accordllt; to the
Plat thi n of, recorded In Plal
60, Pagi 19, of the Public Ri
,,i I lade Count}, Florida logi hi r
with all structures, Improvements.
mi,i flxtui attached ii"
You ai, required to file your an-
swer ti, plaintiff's i-omplnlnl wi:h the
Clerk of ih.- aforesaid Court,
*, r<- a ,<>;.\ thereof i.....n plaintiffs
nttorne} M VRT1N FINE, I Ith I
Dade Pi deral Bldg Miami !, I
Ida, not later than November 5,
oi a Decree I 'ro I "onfesso ill l- en
tereil against you.
I lated Si pti ml,, i 28, 1962.
i: 11 LE VTHERMAN, Clerk,
i hi Court, I Li I.- 'ounty, I-Im-Ma
By: K. M. LYMAN
De|iut} Clerk
M VRTIN FINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
i ith Floor i '.i'l- Federal Hide
Miami 32, Florida
i" 5-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.N CHANCERY
No. 62C 10960
JOANN I IN AN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN I l-'INAN.
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl .li 'UN .1 l-'INAN
i-1 i 'Union Avenue
Brooklyn :i\ New York
You, JOHN J. FIN AN. an hen b}
notified that a Bill of Complaint t"r
i iivorce has bei n fii- ,1 against you,
and you are required in servi a cop}
of >" ii Answer or Pleading i" the
Bill .,f Complaint .,n the Plaintiff*
attorney, MELVIX FINN. SI" Bis.
cayne Building, Miami, I- ;.. and file
the original Answer ..i Pleading
the office "f the Clerk of th.
Court ..n or befon the 19th
N"\. mber, 1962, othi i Isi I hi
ii.. of said Complaint II li
as confessed by you.
This notice shall bt published once
each week for four conseeutlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH I l.iiltlHIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Minn".
I-1..1,1... ilii* 12th da} "i tVtober,
A.D i:',:'
K B LEATHERM KN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Count}. Kloi Ida
(seal) Bj K \i LYMAN
Deput} cl.rk
MELVIX FINN
::i" HIsi in ne Bids,
Minim, lln
Attorne) for Plaintiff
10 19-26, u 2-9
Circuit
da} "i
allega-
taki n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7056
;AVI..iHH .1 WILLIAMS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
PEARL Rl 'SK WILLIAMS.
11. f. ndant ,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti: I'l: N 1:1. Rl isi: WILLIAMS
106 Brooks Street
l.,-! Bosmn, Massachusetts
You. PEARL HUSK WILLIAMS, ar*
hereb] notified thai a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce hag been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a cop} <-f your Answer of
Pleadlnc t" ih. Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. LEWIS F
COHEN, il'." S.W. First Street, Suit*
:',iT. Miami 86, Florida and file the
original Answet oi Pleading In the
office in the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court on or before the ".ih da) ol
November, 1962, if you fail to do *'.
judgment b) default will be taken
against you for the relief deninnded
in the mil ,,i Complaint.
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in THE JEWISH IT.i IRI1 'IAN
DONE VND ORDERED at Minn-'.
Plot Ida, this 1st da} : < tobet A. ?.
1962
E II I.K VTHERMAN, Clerk
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UNDER THE STtJCT AND C0MSJAK1 LOCAL tAtuOIICAL SUPUVtSHM Of KABBI TIBOK H. STEM
Friday, Oclcb->- 3 -y,L
Simchas Torah
TISHR! 22nd and 23rd Days
October 20th and 21st
Jo our many -rrienas
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standing heart, that yon e/ioose
the rialiteous way of life wit/}
Joran ana cjooa aeeas.
IN OBSERVANCE OF SIMCHAS TORAH
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
WILL BE CLOSED THIS SUNDAY,
OCTOBER 21st


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Friday. October 19. 1962 kwisi> fkridUmn Page 7-A African Leader Deplores Mid-East Arms Race Joseph M. Lipton (second from leit), president of Temple Emanu-El. will be honored at a dinner on Saturday, Nov. 24, undei auspices of Temple Emanu-El. Announcement of the tribute was made at the recent national conference of the Israel Bond Organization in Washington, D.C. Shown with Lipton at the conference are (left to right) Samuel Hothberg, national campaign chairman of the Israel Bond Organization; Lipton; Jack S. Popick, chairman of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization; Marshall S. Harris; and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, national vice president of Israel Bonds. Lipton Will be Honored at Emanu-El; Abba Eban to Arrive as Guest Speaker Abba Eban, one of Israel's most My and the Security Council, and iinled and acclaimed diplomatic himself presented a part of the personalities, will come to Miami Jewish plea which resulted in the t„ join in paying tribute to Joseph establishment of the State of Is|M, Lipton. president of Temple r ']'' Emanu-El, at a dinner on Saturday (evening, Nov. 34, in the Fontainei hotel, it was announced sinv necusly by Dr. Irving Lchrman. spiritual leader of the Tempi', and l-raeli spoke-"'"! o Washington, DC. %  ting out thai Lipton is "an indefatigable leader in all communand Israeli :auses." Dr. Lehrman said that the participation of Ambassador Khan in the dinner "is la tribute to Lipton in recognition of his yeoman achi •• %  fments tor the Temple, th. imunity, and the State of Israel." He ;aid "the selection of a personality of the stature of Mr. Eban or the occasion underscored the degree to which Temple Emanu-El has Postered the cause of Is-ael throughout the years and the pric'e which is felt by everv ttrnpe rrs^iber in this endive-. %  Minister of in of the Stare "I Israel. •-• inding states; He has k< j p in the le i the SI ite • Israel since %  served for [sra Vmbassad >r Unit I 3ta -. and as her ien'ative t" the Nat he retun %  el in 1 : %  i worldwide % %  in i' aiff i! liaison* be i lie Jev ish community of i ine and (he t nited Nations '. ees % %  tic i leliberated the Palest i ib et in Geneva and Mil '-llr collaborat i i n the preparation !• [he Jewish case which was hi before the General AssemFicjhit Bigotry, Pcder Demands "tinted fron Pjge 1-A he Jewis pie and the peopli i i--, %  Do-!or Gruber receiver* an honorary degree at exercises marking the openir? o' the 41st academic year of the New York School of Hebrew Un'on College Jewish Institute of Religion, the Refoim rabbinical seminary. <'tin • h t !< -•• e I such degrees were Dr. n is, professor of philosophy of the Graduate Faculty *" the New School tor Social Research; Aaron Rabinowitz. philanthropist and pioneer in public bousing; and Rabb; Samuel H. Gor, don, of Rye, N.Y. By JTA—Direct Teletype Wire UNITED NATIONS —An impassioned appeal to the United Nat'Cns and to "all apostles of peace' to help bring about direct peace negotiations between the Arab i -nates and Israel, and to start toward world disarmament by mak%  ng the Middle East "the first point where disarmament would come into force."' was delivered lere Tuesday by one of the newest j 'nit most influential African repr" sentatives. The appeal came in an address I'O a plenary session of the General Assembly from Frederic C.uirma, chairman of the Upper Volta dele ] gation. Last year. Guirma was one of the prime movers of the resolui tion in the Assembly calling for direct peace talks between the : hostile Arab states and Israel. The resolution, ultimately sponsored by 16 members, including other Africans, several from Latin America, and the Netherlands as representative of West Europeans, was defeated after the United States and Britain opposed it. Last weekend, the Assembly heard from another African, Maurice DeJean, Forevjn Minister of the Central African Republic, who said his delegation would support, this year, "any concrete proposal" tending to promote a negotiated agreement between the Arab countries and Israel. The C.A.R. was also one of the backers of the peace-talks draft last year. But Guirma's intervention Tuesday made it clear that not only the Africans, bet nuiy c'her members as wel', inch iirg possibly teveral of l.'ie Scandinavian cruntr.es, \ i advance such a proposal this year with greater force than at the last Assembly session. Declaring that the Arab refuge" question, which is again on ihe agenda this year as it has been for 14 years, "is a false problem I hat ha.-, lasted too long." the Upper Volta diplomat told the AssemI bly that the refugee issue must be j resolved "for the sake of the peace of the world." stating that the Middle East "rests on a volcano just as dangerous as Berlin or Cuba." Critical of the Middle East's "fanI tastic weapons." mentioning Soviet planes, and referring indirectly to .he Egyptian launching of rockets capable of hitting Israel, he said: "This area becomes ever more replete with fantastic weapons. The opposing parties have learned the lessons of the cold war so well that I hey c p n ak its language to perfection. If they wish to try using rockets, very well: but when one of them goes so far as to indicate ,that these rockets will fall at cerI tain specified places, this is less 1 reassurmj. Soviet manufactured planes and weapons are stockpiled %  iu many countries, while other defensive weapons are furnished by the United States of America. "In a situation : ke this," h continuei, 'everyone should speak the 'enguage cf reason, '- fact, just the language of coinmen sens*. And what is the language of common seise? It is 'fimtv'e.' Th St<'e of Israe' exists. It is a member of the United Nations. It i universally known, sni many coui'ries hold it in high esteem. It is very active in practical inteinational co'lako'aficn. It is impossible to strike that state off the map of the world bcrause a million Arab refugees remain unyielding in the matter of the method and f'-rn in which they should be indemnified, for the losses sustained by them." Mr. Guirma concluded his statement regarding the Arab-Israeli issues by telling the Assembly: "The Middle East was the cradle of two of the greatest religions of the world, and many messages of conciliation and peace came from there. It is to betray its divine message preaching peace to foster a climate of war in this part of the world. I wish to congratulate her excellency, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel, Mrs. Golda Meir. for having suggested from this rostrum, and many times, that the Middle East should become the first point where disarmament could come into force. We are in full agreement with this constructive proposal for peace." 4* Solomon Brings ThirtyYeus War For Religious Liberty One of the ironies of American history is Maryland, originally founded as a n from religious persecution mainI a religious tesl for public office. It as this law that Solomon Etting was to : • for thirty years. .. s ,.-.. Itting first petitioned .. ra | Assembb of Maryland to lewsthesat er ts as others to hold • office. The committee appointed to „to the situation sympathized with ng; however, they told him it was too „ the session to do anything. Nothing v. is ,l„ne for the following five years. Etting continued to plan ami fight. The bitter paradox of Maryland a re| is test was never more apparent when President Jefferson appointed Etting's brother. Reuben. United States Marshal in Maryland. • Solomon Etting spent the next dozen years working behind the scenes, enlisting the support of influential citizens. Then, each year from 1816 to 1826, F.tting and his colleagues petitioned the legislature. Each year legislation was introduced in the General Assembly. Each year the legislation was defeated. But in L826, alter thirty years of petitions, the General Assembly finally confirmed the "Act for the Relief of til.-. lews of Maryland." That same year. 1826, saw the voters of Baltimore pay their respects to tenacity of Solomon Etting. They elected First with the Finest Cigarettes him to the City Council. through Lorillard research



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Friday, October 19. 1962 *Jen1st Ftorid/ton Page 9-A Neo Nazi Groups Operate in 22 Countries Mrs. Alvin Savage stand before the Ark at Temple 7-:. mid. Mr. and Mrs. Savaqe have endowed one of the :.. hs m the main sanctuary. Announcment of the enfnt WGS made by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leod%  r.e Temple, at Kol Nidre services during the High Holy Supreme Court Will Review Religion Cases '.: itinoed :ram Page 1-A "an effort to strengthen the constitutional principle of separai ... 01 inurcn and state — the _3rantee of religious free; call Americans." • :il papers were fied by er. u. %  ::••;•.'! counsel of the Jewish Congress, acting attorney for four Miami tiallenging sectarian prac%  ade county public schools rida case is the last of visions affecting religion hools to he appealed to %  Supreme Court during its ssion, A significant fea • decision was the action orida Supreme Court in •ectarian holiday observthe schools, such as -. Chanuka and Easter, •howing of religious movnil property — the first imerican history that any reme Court had issued .n. The use <.'f school fair after-hours religious as also prohibited by the parts of the decision b ailed by the ACLU and -ess as "landmark rul' at s.->nal a historic ad-i the effort to protect the pjbl,: school child from invests ^is religious conscience." ^re nor appealed by the ithoc scrd to the Florida Supremt Court. lenging the school sec Tactic 's upheld by the Supreme Court, the four lade th tse !>oints: alaurea e programs of a ture ire "ordinary proin Mid.Tii schools, with on ; iblic school prop MM, churches. The general!) consists of the ; religi :• music, an inby a religious leader, a >>m the Bible, the singing -. the reciting of religious • nd the 'jiving of a ser11 %  in iv also be com :h the graduation cere the jvvaH of diplomas, ministers regularly apese set '\ ices," the appeal ,ted. "bath rabbis and priests have declined to %  I : ; nil,i! •; iiinii, \\. .. 9> dos -' pupils are asked to state igious Dr.'ti-rence when : T the school system and • ers become part of the I it record of the pupil and I i.i til.Djards central Simchas Torah At Folk School David I'L.-KI Folk ochool will ho'ci a Simchas Torah celebration Saturday evening at the Farband Culture Center. 842 Washington! ;i\ i'. Chayele Grober, of the Hebrew< Habima, will appear in a program of Hebre* and Yiddish folk songs and skits, and Louis Lasavin. Yiddisb author and teacher, will --peak on "Jewish Education." President of the group is Max B War. anr" Mr. Chamitz is cultural chairman. NEW \()RK (JTA) — Neo-Nazi groups and individuals, spontEIL, fascism and anti-Semitism, have staged more than 20 international conferences and sessions in recent years to discuss and coordinate their activities, according to a report issued this week bv the World Jewish Congress in New York. The report was submitted to the executive of the World Jewish Congress by Dr. Nehcmia Robinson, director of the W.IC's Institute of Jewish Affairs. It nanvd 22 countries as having Fascist grcups or individuals active in or connected with the "Nazi International" Ai itina, Australia, Austria, Bel m Britain, Deni Fri nee, Holland, Hungary %  • \ ji. In land, Italy. Norway, Portugal, Span. Sw Swiiz %  South Africa. Syria, Turkey. U.S.A., Wesi Germany. The WJC reporl stated thai the Ku Klux Klan "has also branched out in for •; .ii countries." al gatherings of Nazis have been successes, the report said. Some have been banned, as was a Mosleyife conference of "Friends of Europe" slated for London in December, 1961. Some failed because of insufficient response, as happoneJ 1o a planned meeting of 600 lessor Nazi groups called of i v/lisn the sponsors fcu..d ihey cou.'d i.ot get enough surport sr conference in V.'eisbader. in 1961. Uut, the report empha ized, "in tol i. the inti i national Nazi i ha > c i, presental in Is." ig to testimony Dad i %  | erinter.denl i sell 3 All persons seeking teaching jobs or other employment are required to answer a question on the application form as to whether or not they believe in God. Religious affiliation is also considered in the promotions that are given under the school board's "career increment program." In support of the statement. Mr. Pfeffer cited an exhibit submitted to the court noting that under the heading "Cultural Attitudes." Dade county teachers are rated on a scale of zero to four. "As to religion, a rating of four is given if the teacher "takes part in his own religious organization and respects other religious beliefs'," the appeal papers noted. "He rates three u 'he practices a religious belief and if he takes part in his own religious organization.' It he merely conforms to his own religious belief.' he rates one. He rates zero if his evaluation 'is less than any of the 'Stan dards described above'.'' The statemi nl seeking Supreme Court review noted that the Florida case consists oi two separate actions challenging the constitutionality ol a vanetj of religious practices in the Dade county public schools Chamberlin vs. Dade Countj Board ol Public Instruction and Resnick, Stern ami Thorner vs. Dade County Hoard of Public Instruction. The two cases were tried simultaneously and the decision of I'le lower courts covered them both. Chamberlin is an agnostic Resnick and Stern are Jewish, .MIS. t'horuer i a u..-1 tanan. Not a'l t^e planned internationpi i ica i • every turopean country, as well as in the United .States. Australia. South Africa, Some Latin American and Arab lands." 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Page 8-B +Je*isti fhridiari Friday, October 19. ig 62 $507,000 Bond Sales Spur Fete; Israeli Specks Members of Temple Belh Sholom launched Greater Miami's fall Israel Bond effort with an outpouring cf purchases exceeding S507.000 in Israel Bonds. The purchases were made in response to a challenge by Gen. Y] gal Allon, Israel's Minister of Labor, and in tribute to James M. Albert, president of the congregat.xn. at a dinner Sunday night at t!t Doral Country Club. Albert was honored at the dinner for his service to the Temple, the community and the State of Israel. Chairman was Isadore Hecht Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual leader. ]n the major address. Gen. Allon. who had just arrived in the United States to take part in the tribute to Aloert. praised "the part which Al-; bert and Temple Beth Sholom have played in helping to achieve Isj rael's economic growth through Israel Bonds." Allon pointed out that "in Is-! rael's struggle for survival, the race between it and its hostile neigh-! tors is not merely an arms race."i He said that "the race to achieve | economic growth is of equal im-! pcrtance." Allon lauded the present Washington administration for its derision to allow Israel to purchase land-to-air missiles. Gen. Allon presented a plaque trom the State of Israel to Albert, expressing appreciation to him for his "leadership in the infpiring program to open the Nefev to new life and growth." Or.e of the highlights of the program was the lighting of the Menorah candles by leading members Oi Temple Beth Sholom. Partici-1 rants were William Agranove, Sid-' i iBJ D. Ansin. Joseph Ash, Abram Baker, Nathan H. Darsky, A. C. I Fine, Paul R Gordon, Louis R. Grossman, Sim Pollock. Jacob Rif| kin. Benjamin B. Rimer. Max Rostr.. Judge Philip Schlissel. John I Serbin, Ralph Spero. and Nat Waldj marOther participants in the program j wtre Hon. Zvi Eadan, Mrs. Jack j Katzman. Seymour Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, Fred I Somerstein, and Mrs. Max Weitz. In recognition of outstanding service to the State of Israel." lames M. Albert (second from left) receives a plaque lrom Gen. Yigal Allon, Israel Minister of Labor, on behalf of his country. Lookina on (left) is Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, and Isadore Hecht (right), who was chairman of the dinner of tribute to Albert given by Temple Beth Sholom last Sunday at Doral Country Club. Israel Bond High Holiday Synagogue Drive Hits $842,300 in Purchases At its first meeting of the New Year, the board of governors of the ; Greater Miami Israel Bond Organication on Tuesday officially launched the fall phase of the Israel Bond effort. Samuel Friedland. chairman oi j the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-' ganization, presided at the lunch! con meeting in the Israel Bond office. The board heard reports on the recent High Holiday Israel Bond appeals, and discussed plans for the forthcoming effort. Announcing that $842,300 in Israel Bond sales had resulted from the synagogue effort thus far this fall. Friedland lau.ied the participation of Greater Miami's rabbinate and the lay leaders of synagogues for their roie in helping to make this year's High Holiday effort "the most successful in the history of the Israel Bond program." particularly underscoring "the role of Temple Menorah and its spiritual leader. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, for its precedentsetting Yum Kippur Yizkor appeal." Friedland stressed that this year's increased sales during the NOW! .£X*N£ FOR THE WORLD'S FINEST CHEESE ...A BRAND NEW SYMBOL Switzerland ONLY SWISS CHEESE MADE IN SWITZERLAND BEARS THIS SYMBOL ON THE PACKAGE Look for it when you buy Swiss Cheese slices in a package. Then you know you are getting the genuine import from Switzcrland-the matchless taste and aroma of real Swiss Cheese as only the Swiss can make it! %  torn.. 1 High Holidays "was largely due to the fact that a number of congregations conducted their Israel Bond appeals on the first and second days of Rosh Hashona rather than at Neilah services." Also drawing attention were the efforts of Temple Beth Sholom, under the leadership of Rabbi Leon Rabbi Wax man Will Address Education Meet Rabbi Mordecai Waxrr.an, spiritual leader oi Temple Israel of : Great Neck, L.I., will be featured speaker at a meeting on Tuesday evening. 8:15 i m., at Temple Menorah Social Hall, jccrding to an announcement mad* by Jerry Sussman. president < i lh Southeast region oi th United Synagogue of America. The evening is tht first in a series oi cultural events sponsored by the United Synagi %  of Amor ra. and will highlight the beginning of adult education programs in the lf> synagi gues affiliated with the South Florida Branch <>f the region Rabbi Waxman will speak on "The Heritage and the Heir." Rabbi Wexman, a graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, has served Temple Israel for the past IS years, and is a nationally-recognized authority on the Conservative movement. He is the author of "Tradition and Change," a classic work delineating the development of the Conservative movement in America. BABBI HMMC4J WAXMAH the evening ard exter I greetings to the mere than 500 persons <\pected to attend. Ther will t no admission charge. 'Silk 1 is Theme Of Fashion Show "So Splendidly Silk" will hi the theme oi a fashion show >ponse\elt chapjtive Cavalcade of tht United Syna-jter, B'nai B'nth Women, on Wtd! gogue of Amenta, and a frequent ne gday and Thursday, No\ ; aid i contributor to tht New York Times.. g_ a t g a m Congress Weekly. Jewish Frontier, .and other Anglo-Jewish peno.i Styles frcn Jurdines cals. Seymour Mann, chairman of featured diinrj: the "Fashions at Breakfast" in the Summit restaurant. Dacelar.d Shopping 'enter. In charge oi ticket.ire Mrs. Fduard Warooker, MrJoseph Walzer. arc Mrs. Myron Rubin. FLIP it's ready i. CI A tempting new first course IMPORTED VITA HERRING IN BITE-SIZE FILLETS Vita Herring makes the most exciting first course you've ever served. The tantalizing aroma of Vita's pickling spices alone is enough to sharpen the appetite. And the bite-size fillets themselves are irresistible, nestled in crisp onion rings and cream or wine sauce. What a tangy, robust flavor! 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Friday. October 19. 1962 Jtrrie Evans. Hairstyles were t> Minna of Westchcstcr Beauty .-. on. -.-urhood members modeling [th( fashions were Mesdames Art-. r Frank. Herbert Seltman, Al I -in Marvin Weiner. Alan Goldi Harry Sarnoff. Irwin Brenner. artin Aronom. Robert Kemper. Kreisberg, Marvin Bochner. I .i! llirsch. Harry Katz. Beri rd Switchkow, Leonard Levin and Michael Sands. Coordinating the recent show was fairs Arthur Frank, and Mrs. Mur[laj Rosenberg was commentator t hairmen for the function were Mrs Joseph Rothman and Mrs Mi rvin Bochner. Israelite Center Luncheon A luncheon to be held next Wed nesday noon by the Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will be sponsored by Mrs. Samuel Dor man. Mrs. George Graham is ticket chairman. Mrs. Philip Rich man is luncheon chairman Edith Zipp At Fashion Show I Zipp. director of the StarI I (harm School, and fashion ol The Jewish Floridian. coordinate the fashion show i edars of Lebanon Auxiliary Diamond Luncheon on Nov. '. .' :.]• Kintainehleau hotel. view for the first time at If.;: will be the Parisian 1 Collection of Pierre II i Ii aturing smart suits and 1 di signed "in the manner of |] • acting as commentator. '• Z pp will describe the furs. 1 i arid custom-made wigs Surfside to See Foreman Plays Town Council of Surfside has invited Ru'h Foreman, owner-dircc tor of Studio M Playhouse in Coral Cables, to present Studio M and Pied Piper Playhouse productions at the new Community hldg.. 93rd st. and the ocean. The first of these productions, currently on the boards of the Coral Gables Playhouse, will bt the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Look Homeward Angel," scheduled tor Oct. 28 in a one-performance-only presentation. dn Sunday, Nov. 5. at 2:30 p.m.. MisForeman will present the Pied Piptr Playhouse children's theatre production ei "Rapunzel," also for one performance only. Miss Foreman, who lives m Boy Harbor, has had 17 years of theatre production in tne Greater Miami area. lifereth Israel Card Party Refreshments will be served at Tilereth Israel Sisterhood's card party to be held Wednesday ever, ing in the auditorium. by Ruth Regina. and direct the entire production of "Faces New for '62." Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices INO Shortening '-d/Vftd£it>L uktL tL, Ui&' BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY --cr Strict S.r-^ m of the Orthodox Vssd Hskajhruth o Flc-'B* RitPi Dr. Isaac M. EvrC 'tcttr 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS CN CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNCNGS 0t,ffH zQmpy.lHI I fUKNISHINCS flKMOOF 6JIIDING 310 CoMin? Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miftmi Beach Acceptance hy Mrs. Anna Brenr.er Meyers. Miami Beach attorney and civic leader, of her appointment as chairman of the Greater Miami Business and Professional Councl for Kupat Holim-Histadrul was announced Thursday bv Pahhi Leon Kronish. honorary chairman of the organization. The group ol South Flon ..a bustne'ss and proTPs.-ional men "and* women supports the recently-announced campaign to ra se $200,000 to build a new medical center in Beersheba, capital city ol Israel's Negev Mrs. Meyers is former chairman and now honorary chairman of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. She is a former women's campaign chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, was first president of the Conference of Jew ish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward counties, and was the first woman elected as vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Meyers was the organizer and first president of the Florida Women's Lawyers' Assn She has served as national treasurer oi trie National Assn. cf Women Lawyers, and as treasurer of the lr.ternatior al Federation of Women Lawyers. She also was vice president repre senting the United States in the national group. Mrs. Meyers is national \JCC president of the women's division of the American Friends of the Hefirs; woman to be elected president ol the Jewish Family Service her.. Mis. Meyers is a member of the Dade County Board of Education, and is former vice hairman of the school board she won the 1958 Outstandini Citizen of Dade County award from B'nai B'rith. and earned the National Conference ol Christian? BtTB JetPS' atPaYd for the Jewi.'h faith in 1959. Serving en the steering committee to spearhead th( drive for the Greater Miami Medical Center in Beersheba, in addition to Rabbi Kronish and Mrs. Meyers are Dr. Irving I.ehrman. honorary' chairman: Mrs Jennie Grossinger, Harrj Gordon, Max Hecht, Jacob Rifkin and Dr. Julian A. Rickles. Kupat Holim presently maintains a modern network of 13 major hos| pitals and a chain of approximately 1 l.OOd clinics, which care for more brew University, and is a former j than 1,600.000 men. women and national vict president of the Amer-1 children throughout Israel, some 75 ican Jewish Congress. She was the i per cent of the total population. MM. AKNA BKtNNtK £VfRS TV 'Preview' Scheduled Here A television preview of Cedars of L( bar.cn Auxiliary's "Diamond Luncheon" and fashion show on : Nov. 2 will be seen on ch. 10. WLBW. Oct. 27 at 9:30 a.m Mode! Gloria Mars and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Auxiliary president, will bi interviewed by Mollie Tur' ner. Thev will describe in detail the program of the Cedars social highlight oi the year. "This will be a television show for women only." said Mrs. Levin. "We will show a new Parisian suit by Pierre D'Alby, furs by Adrian Thai, diamonds from the Nat Koslow collection, and. most exciting of all. we will see a wig demonstration by Ruth Regina." DISCOUNT 25/0 T0 ALL ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS—PLASTIC PLANTS AT THE ALL NEW FL0WERSVILLE! 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Pcre 3-A *Je*istfkrHB5r Friday. October 13 1950 Exhibition of Renowned Israeli Art Will Be Featured at Bond Festival Oct. 28 M ..I. AJ Ii:-e. Airlines :: %  ;.:.: iet resents wr.th .e Z. %  ..-:.--:: :: The F: Orovi Bee >a and the Xegev. The note', oecc £/7ta/r Afoz/ Sentenced to 9 Months Cert -'jed x rorr Page 1-A :*• 5" C* %  = Se>earhac>. %  ~--sa -ei—bes were i *;*: • • -*t • %  %  •- :.'r.:s! *f •- : p ;/ r<3 _se 3 f force *o a'tain pc 'id c:• es in seen a •-j-iner s -o a-O'.se cj'.sidtrjs!* *:r -Version. to the jury in L e B r ib %  .'• e'Tie. Sp* r 1 • ._ [n | %  %  first •. -. •. A £ Cruise, NASSAU From MIAMI via AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA ALL FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS DELUXE BEDROOMS AND SUITES AVAILABLE '44 EXCLUSIVE 'QUICKIE" $j 2-DAY DAYLIGHT CRUISES A '%  '!* % % %  >V -' %  :•:.:: ;; -;. —"-}-; \_ % %  ;:-;%  j:M Ca;-i: :;:• ; : = --, g : -.. : ;; : r %  :-i : = -*: :r: {. -;. -.: :.-. % % %  _-. .;. P-'ii:.:-: :• j-.::,.:. r.v :v y : :;: ;; ;: g. c." : :-: :: •... ; DEC : NEW GALA 4-DAY BARGAIN CRUISES Be'c-i -a ei !> :-3;in-ie_-:e; that he •). ;i.= "5 :~ me co—mara c ; ItM A;: .niJ" 0' Ma*ioM :;tind Roj-nt • pVlvata 3-icI'd "o* • Parking n rrT ca • Cocktail Lourga • Dining Room '• F.ntertainmtni $3D..y Ob Cxc Golden Age Unit Lists Activities by the G %  f prog the M VMHA : SW M'e on Tuclay. 16 Pai par." free -.arc ib ther days On Tl %  %  %  %  %  m • n ,. .-•• %  ..j movies and special celebra:i> : Sui %  o, at 3 p m -he Colder. Age Friend! %  e:s. ELKTIIC CLASS I0H0M I0ATS TMVHUtC! -5. Co|/ ^ GUS ^ SHAW UUW I8AVQ SffVKi lac .-.9 NX in St., Miaai, Fl 4-2iO iii."' BOTH v f the Miami-Israel K -g St*n%  : %  prasidtnt o* HM Univ*r;t> :*j> s — r. Co:r.i rrrei ire Sanv Priidland chairman of the greater M>a—i Israel 32nd Or:!• :ir; S* i McAr' inner %  S3 • %  L -%  ... an si N'a| Another highlight of the MiamiIsrael Festival of the Arts will be •-• Dior-Israel fashion presentat.on at the dir.r-er The collection was especially created for showngs by the Israel Bond Organiiation, and premiered trl er t (, |$ year at tha home of Ba'cn f: a mond t* Rothschild in p lr j, Chairman of the fash^n preset tation is Mrs. Emil Msr-on. The Miarr.: : ijrti dinaef %  %  .-. ... SHERVTi^X HOTEIfCONHRM BOTH %  [BOOM THE R\TE IT'S DONE VA SIIER\TtiNS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPI TEW Just can PLaza 1-096: SHERATON HOTELS -• : -• .J MI i AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ZIM LINES GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD. MIAMI BEACH .II: 1-0 1 55 COUnTRy CLUB cruises HO" FIK GMtS ABOARD THE LARGEST FASTEST. NEWEST 4 M0S T LUXURIOUS TRAMS-ATLANT CRUISE SHIP SAILING FROM MIAMI Tsaf Bik v ,c,-.. • MOV si*o t I f '\. %  --•: -'•' ptClS.lAH^^,.^,, oiTfc, 3-i_i_2_^ -e.x*sif RATES 10 :; -. h i s Jtrtu'n M ustaal .' • ...., .. ... re casaa • Ic .? M m. A Casals: Frit CJCI-K fares :> i FIM Dtrt CUrs 1 CIS* x: Pauan" Dnawi Cearai; canaw l Frwc" Itakai. Sw cat's Before %  ;aoe* w %  %  'Tia>t -TTOAVS %  s %  VSr*"* For ferochares, Deaf. Jr. ZIM. 407 Lincoln Rd., Miami B-och or oheae JE 8-032" ^i FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS CAU FARR TOURS & TRAVEL SERVICE 6701 COLLINS AVE. 424 LINCOLN ROAD Ph. UN 5-7444 Ph. JE 1-5327 CIHTK HALL TRAVEL D"lC'A.lY APPROVED SUB AGES' Giller Bldg 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach 40, Phone JE 1-1195 John E. Lenard



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Page 10-B +Jewisi> noridian Friday, October ^ar hn, 6101 Alaynada. Coral Gables Saturday morning, Ocl bi M decai Podet will officii An eighth grade honor roll Jtu •lent at Ponce Junior High, Jack is a stamp collector His parents will host the Kidoush in his honor. Randy Rieger Bar Mitzvah of Randy E Rieger will be observed during services Saturday morning. Oct. 20. at Beth Torah Congregation, with Rabbi Max A. Lipsehitz officiating. Randy is an eighth grade student at North Miami Beach Junior High. Mr and Mrs. Jerry Rieger will have a luncheon in honor of their | son in their home. 1320 NE 174th I St., and a reception will be held on Sunday at Temple Menorah social hall. • Mark Goldstein Mark Leonard Goldstein will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct. 20. at Temple Beth Am Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will officiate. The celebrant is the son of Mr and Mrs Irvin Goldstein, 5100 SW 64th ave., ami mdson of Alex Goldstein and Mrs, Ann Goldstein. A buffel rec pti< n in honor of Mark %  Id at his %  f>>llowing %  '•>'. Candidates Will Air Their Views New and delicious! WIIMO KOSHI* PASTKAMI — • ILNO KOSHER SLICED PASTRAMI i Ask for All WILN0 Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Sugonne itsmr Hiimt CAIOM-Itll UaUlO SWHTUKt A lij" b>i|M %  onde'ful w*lenmj — lumnleed wvlltteninf* WHo„ Chos. J. VoUati. Maltr. O'o./ Chos. Reynard WCTTOCT. 25 Miami's Most Outstanding Restaurant and Loungt MORRIS PIKEN Formerly of The Embers NOW MANAGING THE FIRESIDE RESTAURANT I LOUNGE Phone HI 4-2979 3622 CORAL WAY (S.W. 22 St.



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Friday, October 19, 1962 femtati fhrkHain Page 7-B ^—rhcirminah Wit •*% mm "* >*" t : %  :. M yours, <£lieath featured a flowing capelette back with the capelette also creating a small sleeve. Mrs. Jacob Kahn wore a small Moral print on white organza. Her neckline was a combination of a rolled and shawl collar, and her skirt was full. Silver grey silk organza was the choice of Mrs. Rebecca Gordon Her full skirted dress had a V neckline. Mrs. Jnck Katzman (far left) is hostess to members of the Technion banquet committee, shown readying plans for their Nov. 28 gala affair at the For.tainebleau hotel. Seated (left to right) ere Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Miss Elizabeth Zentler, Mrs. Frances Entine, Mrs. Harry J. Grossman and Mrs. Fannie Goldberg. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Katzman. Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. Mrs. Louis Rudnick, Mrs. Morris Simon. Mrs. Fannie Frommer, Mrs. Nan Cohen, Philip Thau. Harry J. Grossman, Mrs. Leo Rutstein, and Leo Rutstein. southeast regional director of Technion. Plans in Gear For Technion's Banquet Nov. 28 PI A Theatrt Party PTA of the Hebrew Academy will takt over the premiere night jhow"The Longest Day" on Nov. 21 at the Lincoln Theatre. The Daryl F. Zanuck production featuri 42 internationally-renowned stars ORT Dance Set Saturday Ann Gables chapter of Women's ...n ORT will hold a "Pro• vi Sukkoth" dance, beginning ay. 7 p.m., at the home of Mrs Max Deakter, 4400 a blvd., Coral Gables, cocktails at the Deakthe dessert, entertain d dancing portion of the %  ill be hold at the home Mrs. Sidney Lai blvd • Temple Menorah Bar Mitzvah 1 Fete "Temple Bar Mitzvah" program will be presented by the religious school at the Simchas Torah service of Temple Menorah. The special children's service, which will begin Saturday night in the Temple's sanctuary, will trace the growth of the religious school which began with founding of the Temple 13 years ago. As parents march in the Hakofos processional with the Torah. their children will present a choral readme entitled "The Torah and my Temple's Bar Mitzvah" Following the presentation. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will lead the chi rei in an Ahyah ceremony, during which everj child will dedii %  '' himself to the id Is i th< id the faith of 'I rah. Louis Reinstein, chairman of the Bar M"."which is arrang ig the Ti Nov. 4, will greel tl chil • ii/. i r< sid< %  • % %  Plans are moving ahead on schedule for Technion's annual banquet Nov. 28 at the Fontainebleau hotel, it was announced this week by Al Sherman, dinner chairman. A number of parlor meetings arc now being planned prior to the dinner for assignments of committees and volunteer groups. First of these is a meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katiman, 3122 Pinetree dr., on Thursday evening, Oct. 25, where Sherman will designate specific duties to officers and board members. Katiman is treasurer of the men's chapter. Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the South Florida chapter, said that'"in less than a year, more than 300 women have enrolled in our Women's Division and a substantial number of men have become founders. We are gratified with South Florida's response to the concept of building peace and security in Israel through training ol scientists at Technion." Concurrent with these plans, the women are sponsoring a series of membership teas in all parts of Dade county to enroll new workers. Mrs. Philip Thau, president of teas on Oct. 26 at the home of Mrs. 1-eonard Zilbert, 7504 W. Treasure dr.. and on Nov. 16 at the home of Mrs Morton Fellman, the Women's Division, announced 112835 SW 75th ave.. So. Miami. The ISRAELITE CENTER Announces ITS 10th ANNUAL SERIES OF COTILLION FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6th THROUGH 9th GRADES Starling Monday, October 29th at 7:15 P.M. Course Consists of 20 Lessons CHILDREN OF NON-MEMBERS WELCOME For Further Information call the Israelite Center HI 5-1529 3175 S.W. 25th Street than Jvst a Vacation Rebekcshs Will Meet Tisc nshine Rebekah I. Zamora Women Model Lingerie Sisterhood of Temple Zamora held its first meeting of the year las) Wednesday evening. Program was ;. lingerie fashion show from Acine's Custom Lingerie Shop, 50 Miracle Mile. Coral es. Models were Mrs J Robinson, Mi -• Sti inl < -. Miss i' Taylor, Miss M. i -' %  i % %  •' %  Mm : i ia COMPANION WANTED For Elderly LaJy. Good Home and Salary. 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the IV, ontan s oou/ n J [ by ISABEL GROVE When the Harry Smiths and the Tommy Girards planned their trip to St. Thomas and San Juan, they divided the traveling chores as carefully as an army on maneuvers Harry was acting cruise director, and wife Marilyn assumed social details. natch • That left Tommy to manage the transportation and wife Judy in charge of quartermastering She lock along a not yet diagnosed, but fortunately, none were needed ... It was yet diagnosed, but fortunately, none wewre needed ... It was i "first" for the two former Krensky girls and their husbands, who had never made a trip together before They water-kned and snorkeled in St. Thomas, bounced around in jeeps on Minding paths, went horseback riding in San Juan, and every i here they went they sampled the native, exotic food Most memorable evening was a launch ride in the moonlight on Phosphorous Bay. • Luncheon given recently by Mrs. Emil Morton in honor of Mrs Henry King Stanford and members of the Symphony Club Many of the same women with their husbands attended the ipening of the newest group show at the Loft on the Mile Gallery p| Art given in honor of Dr. Fabian Sevitzky, conductor of the iversity Symphony Orchestra and his wife ... In adition to %  : and Mrs. Stanford, he of course, is the charming new presilent of the L'niversity of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould. spectators at the exhibition included artist Irwin Rosenhouse. : New York, whose works are being shown, and the Julian Raloghs Three generations of G. Schwartzes at a dinner party in the I'.ig Porterhouse restaurant First, the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. George Schwartz Then son Gerald and his Felice, with their 'wo boys Gary and Gregg and daughter Wendy Joining them w.re co-owners of the Big Porterhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sumars From Esther (Mrs. Sidney) Schwartz in Chicago, a note. Went flying with son David who just received his pilot's license Gulp! Help!'* Esther is in Chicago to greet her newest grandchild, Jonathan David, born Sept. 17 to the former Meta Schwartz and Ronald Bcrger News of another baby — a son born to Rabbi Max Zucker and wile Vivian en Oct. 18 Formerly oi Adath Yeshurun here, Rabbi Zucker is now spiritual leader of Heska Emunah Synagogue in Knoxvillc. Tenn. The Zuckers have three other children. Iwo bo> > and a girl Mr and Mis. Meyer Freeman, of the Morton Towers, left early this month to join the Techmon Women's Division tour lo Israel They'll attend the dedication ceremony of the Re>ecca Rose Student Hostel on the Technion campus in Haifa, and plan to visit labs, science facilities, and living quarters i Hi for a dreamy 40-day cruise, Flo and Jack Apte. 435 SW 31s< rd., left Thursday on the SS Atlantic from Port Everglades .. A Puerto Rican holiday for Rosalind and Lenny Zilbert, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Georald Alexander First visit to the island for the Zilberts who are enjoying the fish in San Juan %  nd the shopping in St. Thomas They'll be home by the end |ol the week. • • Another returning localite Mrs, Henry Seitlin. whose vacation trek covered New York. Canada and Hot Springs Now [unpacking at the Cromwell hotel \ golfing trip and vacation to Puerto Rico and St. Thomas '' [H.pular couple. Helen and George Cheren Preceded a staj in the hospital tor Helen, who now can talk about "her lion" Convalescing al home now and expects to be back Soil COUne next week. %  lust back from her month long honeymoon in Europe. Har Mrs Jules) Stark, took time out from unpacking to attend a 1 mcheon of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach last Fri. Elicited many "oh's anil ah's" for the beautiful coral %  • klace and Florentine gold necklace she brought back from 1 e, Italy ... At the same luncheon, Mrs. Jack Widrich en'''"•taining her sister-in-law. Mrs. Billie Serbus. who is here from Vngeles with son Frank Last visit was five years ago. -" Dr. Widrich. who is chief of radiology at Mt. Sinai Hospital. %  'proud to show his sister tin new. modern building, with which •' %  <• was properly impressed Several pairs of attractive morther-and-daughter combinations ''tending the meeting ot the organization, whose projects they %  %  m Founding president, blond Yvctte (Mrs. Mickyi Kraus, and equally blond daughter Nikki (Mrs. Jack) Berger 1 Mrs. Jerome) Radoserving as secretary, and sweet daughter ra And pretty Susan (Mrs. Peter) Olin and her mother. "Cious Hilda (Mrs. Charles) Certlcr. vice president Both •"Xcited about the show. Diary of Anne Frank." being performed "'"> week by the Miami Beach High Thespians Pert and tal'' nl|, d Trudy Gertler doing the title role, and her mother and sis'' %  more nervous than she is 1'iesiding at the luncheon. lust of the new season. Mrs Frances Linn, president, and chairman of the day. Carolyn (Mrs. Rob"' l Grossman Enjoying her role as spectator, immediate >' '-I president. Beryl (Mrs. Abe) Schonfeld Pied Piper of the afternoon was real swingin' singer Ruth McMahon. of the Thunder b ""d hotel Had the women following her through chorus after chorus of "Harvest Moon." "Me and My Gal" and such What •ver happened to rock 'n roll? "dfewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, October 19, 1962 Section 3 Members of the Dade County Medical Assn. Auxiliary model Ruth Regina wigs at their recent luncheon and fashion parade at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Seated backstage, just before the show are (left to right) Mesdames Victor Slater, Sherwyn Weiss, Warren Lieberman and Martin Rosenthal. Standing are (left to right) Mesdames Daniel Pauk. Wilford Provo, Daniel Seckinger, Thomas Shilen. William Snyder, Howard Gordon, and Irwin Potash. Beach Hadassah Slates 'Revue' Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah will present a "Gay Ninety Revue" on Monday evening. Nov. 12, in the Can Can room of the Carillon hotel. The show will be under the direction of Mrs Henry B. Wernick. Medical Center coordinator for the chapter. Musical director for the perform ance will be Mrs. Murray J. Rosenthai, a graduate of Juilliard School ot Music, who has entertained in many cities in the United States Choreographer will be Mrs. Pat Russell. Cast members who will offer specialty numbers are Mrs. Jack Popick, Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Mrs. Leo Levin and Mrs. Janet Sanders, a chanteuse from Nice. Fiance. All funds raised will be assigned to the Hadassah Hebrew l'niversity Medical Center in Jerusalem. Tickets may be purchased through any of the 15 groups of the Miami Beach chapter at the Hadassah office. (>()(i Lincoln rd. President of the chapter is Miss Lillian Goodman. Annual membership tea of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El at the Eden Roc on Friday, 1 p.m., will be highlighted by the presentation of an original comedy, "How to Succeed in Sisterhood Without Really Trying." by Trixie Levin. This rehearsal scene features four of the Temple Emanu-El Players, who are staging the event. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Ben Ball and Mrs. Barbara Bessey. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Morris Tarasow and Mrs. Bernard Selevan. Academy Brick Drive Resumes A continuation of the HebrewAcademy "brick campaign." which helped build the Ida Appcl Auditorium in the new $1,000,000 school, will be continued to endow the new Hebrew Academy kitchen, according to Mrs. Dorothy Rosen, chairman of the campaign. The campaign, sponsored by the Hebrew Academy Women, has a goal of $50,000. to be raised in the period of a year. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of the organization, reported the funds will be directed towards establishing both a dairy and meat equipped kitchen. A special roster book, which will be preserved in the Hebrew Academy auditorium, will list all donors who give $18 or more in the campaign. Louis Merwitzer, president of the Academy, kicked off the drive this week with a $5,000 donation. Beth Am Ladies Formulate Plans First session of a course in fancy fords being sponsored by Temple Beth Am Sisterhood will be Wednesday, from 1 to 4 p.m., at the Temple Course will be given every Wednesday at the same time. Also starting Wednesday will be an art appreciation group, which will meet from 10 a.m to noon in the home of Mrs Jack Duhlberg Points will now be given in the bridge group which has been sanctioned by the National Bridge League. Meetings are held o.i Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. Adult ballet classes will be u fl I each Friday at 10 a.m., at the Helcne Taylor school of dance. Plans are now being made for x cocktail party to be held in November for paid-up members of the Sisterhood. Guest speaker at the regular Sisterhood meeting Wednesday was Jack Kassewitz, Miami News editor.



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Page 2-B > Ipnisf FieriJi&r Friday, October 13, jggj Hadassahs National President to Be Honored at Oneg Shabbat on Saturday To pay h. n r :he "First of Haitas*ih" MrKraaaarsitj national .inu and Miami have plai btsH an Sataasles %  • the ho tie of Mrs Louise Wise Chapter Has Tea Jesrish Cons --.ac> •:' Mrs hen First •• %  embers part] I at the K m member \ — %  %  C a^re> %  Vie Suvher. %  %  • — r Mrs %  • iables :e| -M Mrs Mrs \ A' •• ra : •• Krteser F • %  I %  %  %  r i H %  "." I States in :-4 Mrs I a 3 -.-• %  • %  < Pioneer Women Slate Programs %  -1 %  vt i. iecftteo tuMAtstr -> %  [acd f Badass by her acth I %  :::ir~vr tad r tad lees, t showa i Z -" %  %  %  r i. BCil ACI Z; • • r ai [World ... rer Women's new day nursery at Kefar Saba. in Israel, will :e..ei\e the pro.eeotrom a luncheon Mr and Mrs Abraham Seni r sp aaor for the Gotaa Meir chapter :n honor of the recent nwr e of their grandda.uhtcr Judy. :o Brent Kaptan.^fi T w-'^ T aao Beta El Coesjregatiea A card : > ill toll jncheon Mrs :• ij the chapter's recor cretary. • fur Kefar saDa a Bi %  nev immigi In Mr:-_->. i iffenbi • real eat p edaed all funds from the Beba [deboa chapter lum-heon or. Wed :. %  > noon at Patty and Sandy resti ns ave Spon.Mrs RatWeisbersj %  • \. officers taki vet the :' '."I'jri 1 T .-.-' .; %  • %  : •;• %  ••: holds talla... .. %  ... .. • •r %  731 W N. presi leni is Mrs sept) Kraati M : ien? k> it Mrs Ida BK Mr? N E Dukler n : secretary Mrs L v. %  • -•• '. • r : % %  %  t %  Mrs lei me Seitlin. Moetzet Hap .alot chair man; and Mrs Z ..... m ^ cue chairman Mrs :Sand> will be installing >.it:i: • • E;lat chapter will • ^ # ficer> oa Wed] J( ,. MiaauBeacb Federal Savings 2 Loan Assn 41] Lineoh rd To S. Installed by Mrs .<. ,,.;„.; "• Gr< sijjjjjCouncil ^f Pioneer .-. men, m Meadamea Roe R pr( ,j" dent. B Set -. ereurj f %  Jj* %  %  %  asurer T .-the-: Millar I. con retary and F.'-• .••:. Miami Chapter Member Tea Miami ch a pt e r •: S sal ciui• Cardia H hold i %  dav. [ p m at Westt root riuh ,,:r k Stone 1rmin )[ and Mr-weu. • .. %  mchj %  %  %  .by Fr I Free Loan Group To Open Season %  •-? teat jeid S '..;.. %  %  ..---;-%  F 5 %  i S IS happiness old fashioned? V.:f-:: :t • ior*. •? SM Tsa M tM r-i J -. : ; i" •: n ;isl : ;*r> w >••• • .-• aa K i %  *M ~S M>.> aaassaa. HAVE SOME for DINNER TONIGHT BUT BE SURE YOU Vi KE EN0U6H! W& KASHA DAIRY DISHES S SNACKS TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have) iy yousSce kt a tempting spread! Put the best **efe it be!orgs —on >our table. It's a good cusaorn -re :. >5-.e. p-z* Breakstone^ and e.; : ,, t^e reawy fresh, creamy rich goodness barga n ::--.. r-M."s:: 2-0 :a^ Dairy meaf or fnendry snack, ma-^e Breakstone's part of your gece fetoday. Wm



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Page 4-3 •t • % %  *y Friday, 0;: Women to Eye Retirement Here \V .v. I p.m si the Bowl, 1650 NE 1241 N v x t ,, : in in the, retirement facilil countj will be the topic of the day Hiss Betty Jo McCloud, psj chologist. and Mrs Emily Lyons, president of ihe Malcolm Ross Senior Citizen(enter in Opa-loeka, will highlight the features of the center and areas in which members of B'nai Brith can be of service in similar Centers. \ I I STARRING Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid is shown planning a membership luncheon next Tuesday noon in Sklar Auditorium. Highlight will be a comedy, "An Introduction to Sisterhood." Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Herman Frank, life membership chairman; Michael Glazier, co-chairman, membership; Jack Greenberg, vice president, membership chaiiman; Eugene Labovitz, membership, publicity and program; Harry Kastan. membership treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Michael Heyman. Ben Linde, Hal Kane. Fred Deutsch. Moses Wolf, William Keats. Max Amhowitz. and Frank Dutine, luncheon committee members. Asthma Group Schedules Film Perlmutter to be Speaker \ irth D B'ril Women, :its :r..>n!h.\ Mrs. Sidney Kittermun. president ,, kl of*he Miami Beach chapter of Chilmeet,n ,: n,e ta > even,n8 dren's Asthma Research Institute Congregation Yehudah Moshe. and Hospital at Denver, was to conGuest speaker will be Nathan Perlduct a brief business meeting bemutte r. director. Florida regional League. fore the allowing of a film. "A Letf( ter from Jerry. this Thursdayevening. Demonstrating the total treatment and research facilities for the nation's most seriously ill asthmatic children at the Home at Denver. Uie program was to be held at the Washington Federal bldg.. 1234 Washington ave. Mrs. Jerry Resnick is in charge of the program, which is open to the public and prospective members. Plans for a luncheon and card party fund-raising event on Saturday, Nov. 3. at the House of Hoo restaurant, were to be presented by Mrs Bertram Whitman, chairman. of the Anti-Defamation Beach Post Plans Joint Dance Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans Post 330 and the Ladies' Auxiliary will hold a dance Thursday. Oct. 18. at Legion Hall, 1828 Alton rd. Program includes entertainment, and refreshments will be served. Miami Women Off to Confab Mrs. Fre 1 Fullei, 75 So dr and Mrs. Edmund P ".18 SW 18th ave.. will serve as official delegates from Miami Lodge N> 43. L'nited Order of True Sisters, at the annual convention of the national organization in the Lord Bal timore hotel in Baltimore. Md.. from Saturday. Oct. 27 to 30. Mrs. Bernard Lowenthal is president of Miami Lodge. I'OTS is one of America's oldest national Jewish women's fraternal and philan thropic organizations. Establish ed in 1846. it now has 45 lodges throughout the L'nited States. Approximately 500 delegates and members from lodges in all parts of the country will participate in No. Dade PTA To Meet Monday First in a series of PTA meetIngs of the early childhood develipment program of the North County YMHA will be held Mon da) evening at 14036 NE 6th ave. At the "get-acquainted" meet Ing, parents and teachers will have an opportunity t,> hear the tor of the pro [ram spe ik on Wh) Nurserj -Miss n %  %  : was 1 %  • • it the Dad Child 'In Mrs Si li :• Ro rts PTA nan Mrs Philip Kramer is program supervisor S, Donald La Belle is North County Branch director. not a powder, not a crystal, Mi NEW "i Irving Cooperman is commander the convention. Mrs. Joseph WinMiami Beach chapter helps to' support and maintain the National Home's free, nationwide and non-eitanan medical program of the post, and Miss Edith Feingold is president Jf the auxiliary tors of New York Cry. • : •'. will pre-: • national Israelite Center Verse Melodrama Membership meetting of the Dora Stein Sisterhood of Israelite Center will be held Tuesday evening. "Snatched from the Cruel Fate," a melodrama in verse by Sisterhood members, will be presented. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Harold Reinhard. vice president of the Florida Branch of the National Women's League Membership vice president is Mrs Chester Letter. Program vice president is Mrs. Hyman Corset man New Fab Is power-blasted under more than 300 pounds of pressure. 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Sipping Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is t u woi richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans—aged like tne bes* flavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yuban's blend—:: dark, delicious taste. The •n the libel means it's kosher.. Also enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE NUT ORANGE NUT I BANANA NUT ROLL At grocers everywhere The Simcha Coffea m fiCKmi oirFiE )f liiiiu tint K KOSHER PARVE


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Pcce S-B *Jenist Fl-Lriidliar, Friday. October IS. 1962 Newman, Leve Bethrothcs. Told Miss Harriet Newman and Ronald I. Leve are making plans to be married on Dec. 23 at the Fontainebleau hotel. The couple's engagement is be ing announced here this week by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Newman, 725 14th pi.. Miami Beach. Parents oi tne groom-to-be are Mr. and Mrs. Manuel 1. Leve. Indianapolis, liid. Mi>Newman graduated from Miami Beach High School, where she was president of the Student Body. She received her degree from Indiana University, where she was a student senator, treasurer of the Assn. of Women Students, and a member of Sigm i Delta Tau. social sorority: Pleiades, junior honorary; and Mortar Board, senior honorary. Mr. Leve attended Indiana University and the University of Utah. He was affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu. social fraternity; and VSCMAN OF THE WEEK A charming Southern accent and winsome ways came from a small 1 wo in Smith Carolina along with Elinore i Mrs. Sidney) Aronovitz. spent two years at Winthrop College, then a girl's school, but find :h elast two years at the University of Georgia, where she received her Business Administration degree. Vacationing in Hendersonville was quite routine every summer until she met Sidney. He delights in recalling how angry he became when he asked her to Frolics at the University of Florida, and she never even answered—she hadn't received the letter. Angry as our new Miami City Commissioner was. Sidney did ask her again. They became engaged while he was in service. A wedding present they will never forget was the one they got on their honeymoon. annoimcing gf^ "JkltTchi, journalism hon^ that Sidney would be eligible for discharge. h At first, they thought they would have to go fj_ back to Berlin, where Sidney was attached to j Allied Military Government Intelligence. Instead, they settled down in Miami. Elinore has done her share in community affairs, among other things being all kinds of 7 mothers—Den, Room. March of Dimes. She has also been active in National Council of Jewish Women and Cedars of Lebanon Auxil! iary. She enjoys working with Beth David "• —' Sisterhood—and especially when she was chairtllNORC man of Cotillion. Commissioner Aronovitz, incidentally, was president of Beth David Congregation. Elinore admits that above all things she enjoys best working on projects in which the children are involved — and if they are Aronovitz children, so much the better. The new Aronovitz home that was so much fun to "do." is now ever a year old. There's lots of closet space and lots of room for everyone and everybody—including Elaine 15, Todd 12. and Karen 9. The entire clan goes vacationing together, but it has only been during the last two years that they manage to entice Sidney into going someplace < -.heV than the Carolinas. Ever since the first day she met Commissioner Aronovitz—that does sound both important and lovely—Elinore felt sure he'd at least wind up working for the Chamber of Commerce because, as she fondly rej calls. Sidney has always been a great exponent of the wonders of Miami. | His close association with his late uncle, Abe, helped this indoctrination. And now that Sidney's the City of Miami's newest commissioner, Elinore is both thrilled and proud. All she hopes is that he won't be ktpt away from home too much. -ft-*-* AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB In a stunning, floor-length, white satin shift with a jacket encrusted Full-Day Slate At Beech T MISS LIDOY GRfFNBfRG Miss Greenberg To Wed Dentist Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Greenberg. 3010 Prairie ave., are announcing with gold and silver. Yvette Kern stood beside her husband, Herbert, j the engagement of their daughter, and son Steven, greeting their guests at the reception and dinner at WestLiddy. to Reuben Hertz, son of Mr. view in honor of Steven's Bar Mitzvah. It was a very gay evening, with and Mrs. Archie M. Hertz, of New Steven's friends all doing the twist Several of the boys with whom he York City. had gone to Camp Chiekawah came to town to help him celebrate. His aunts and uncles arrived from New York and Texas. The seven-tiered cake was magnificent, all blue and white His grandmothers, Mrs. Dora Metz and Mrs. Esther Kern, of New York, stood beside him when the cake was lighted, as did his sister Cathy, in a long blue organda dress, looking like Alice in Wonderland, her brother. Andreu. Among the guests were Mr and Mrs. William Weintraub. Mr. and John Serbin. Mr. and Mrs Jerome Kipnis. Mr. and Mrs. Jack irmes, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Kanner. Mrs. Ronnie Fisher and her r Madeleine. ho was isl turning twenty-one, Mr. and Mrs. I mmer, Mr an i Mr-. Louis Winter, Mr. and Mrs Ira Mogul, Mr. M Herbert I) Venzer. and Mr and Mrs. William T Kru^lak. .:il Mrs. Irving d Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling ; • theii > ngratu [hi Kerns, who were doublj cele—as i! v as als '.' %  %  Idii i m h i rsary The future bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High and the Fashion Institute of Technolgy. In college, she was president of Student Council, belonged to Sigma Delta Sigma honor society, and was a permanent member of the Prexy Club. She received a school key for leadership and scholastic achievement honors. At present, she has a fashion showroom in New York. The prospective bridegroom has a BS degree from the City College of New York, and is now a sopho: %  r .ii the New York University e of dentistry H< ia mem. : Alpha Omega denial fraternity. The wi dding i anned for Sep. \e\ York City. Orthodox Women In Meeting Here Florida chapter. Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, held Its October meeting on Monday. Final plans were made for the Melava Malka which will be held on Dec. 1 Miss Annette Levitt has been named reservations chairman. An educational program entitled "Women of Wisdom" was conducted, and certificates were issued to all members who completed the series of educational programs Beth David Ends Festival Beth David Congregation will celebrate Shemini Atzeret. the eighth day of Sukkoih. on Friday evening, at services conducted by Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Cantor William W Lipson. On Saturday morning, services will commence at 9 a.m. A Yizkor service will take place at 11 a.m. Simchas Torah. the ninth day of Sukkoth. will be celebrated on Saturday evening, 5:45 p.m.. during which the adults will take part in the Torah proceedings At 7:15. a special service will be inaugurated for children and teen-agers. Teen-agers and pre-Bar Mitzvah boys will take the place of the adults at that service in the Torah processions. On Sunday morning, services will begin at 9 a.m. Nathan Alexander, a longtime member of Beth David Congregation, will host the Kiddush after the services. The full (•;.-, center pro = senior citizens on Miam sponsored by the Gr< Jewish Communrv i tin on Tuesdi at thi I Branch. 1538 I > dr.. fi 5 p.m. Activities will include and crafts group, English tion, social dr.r>ce ins choral group, J<\v>.-h I. drama. Participants ma lunch, and free bus tra is provided. in addition l tne T day progran i ;ivitie> be availabh < i Sundaj Beginning a: 12 30 p.m •rarr. will star! with ;i square dance class, i; Friendship Club meet Activities ar< assisted leers from tin South FI u tils of B'nai B'rith Wi the supervision of profess ol the Greater Miami J< munity Cent< r. r -'m fa r Beach, Miami Will A '' Hi to %  nstrue. : ruction, •>. and %  'nation %  proilk and %  -ill be> volun. la Own•: under mal staff •h dimCouncil Members View Projects Two-hundred and fifty %  and [ old members of the Grc.v r Miami I Section. National Council >f Jewish Women, rode seven ur-conditioned buses last Wedne. to see for themselves what Co; At Malcolm Rose Da> C liter and : Douglas Gardens, where b"\ lunches were served, thej ouhed other Council women rking in leisure time activities citizens of thi communil The Council I raille Bindery, in i the Dade County Textbi lory at 32? SW 2"nd ave pi the tour members sc spell I that several members misseparture of their i us A quick visit i-: the mcil office in the Greater Miami lewish I Federation building, v lere all Council business if con:. :ted, and at the downtown Pott Off where Council volunteers attei zation ceremonies as part if their New Americans program, > u also included. How to pay for the man; services Council gives the comn nit) was demonstrated by a visit • Council's Uptown Thrift Sh > at 5601 NW 7th ave Parking jrblcms precluded a visit to the Downtown Shop at 346 No Miami .. EXT GO AROUND THREE KINGS %  : : and Christ K nd new b • %  d i hti Ji %  making Ai i n I Marner proudei rand] il evi This als givi i ora" a coi er pi ne calls Ha .. %  _. • thej now hav< Kan"flrenfs Da/ at Nautilus N'exi three lunj -CRE FOR A WHILE i Arvi ys flew it to inspi in thi Imperial I! %  ..%  They ck to '• %  i In r fit t si linner of Dave and Bj *here thej were welcoim tl r friends. ELCW OUT THE CANDLES II was dale Berlin's birthday Herbert and Iris Marks had the love: dinner party to celebrate. Sam Berlin proposed the birthday toast i bis wife. Dessert was ice cream in flower shapes with a lighted b.rthday candle gleaming on each one. The guests included Elliot and Racbelle Pearl. Lee and Annette Kelson, and Bernard and Irene Jay. The wind-up of the evening was at "Les Violins." Birthday forgotten until next year. S'autilus Jui i H • dents will v day al hool." at 8 p ni on Tuesday. %  They w ill attend r school day schedi I the f. cultj children do in school. PTA president is Mrs Abe Rothenberg. Principal is Smart Wooley &&I Reading Council's! bus tour itinerary ere left 'o i Aaron Farr, national board member; Ml and F Section preside-r.;; and Mrs. Bob Schwartz, toui chc FOURTEEN IS A ROUND NUMBER Max and Delia Applebaum just got back from the National Congress of Jewish Women European Tour. Half of the crowd at Idlewild Airport were their family gathered to see them off and to see them return Reports are that Delia and Max spent most of their time in Europe chopping for presents for their grandchildren. They only bought presents for thirteen. So they will have to go shopping again because a f< urteenth grandchild came on Yom Kippur. It was a daughter born H Dr and Mrs. Bernard Applebaum, named Laura Fawn. 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Friday, October 10, 1:52 lSCOPE by ALAN SHECTER riu i n.y Je u i1 prison ,. ,,i r < Bay of Pigs invasion is named Carlos Egosi, whose familj now jives jfl Miami. If you ever meet him. rf >n't offer him an y bubble gum. Wh} a Je WU invading the Bay oi •Pigs*' is not important. After the invasion failed. Egozi hid for two days with no food or shelter. When he thought things had cooJtd off, he came into the open and tried to hitch-hike to Havana. A truck carrying Cuban militiamen, faithful to Castro, unsuspectingly picked up Egozi and gave him a ride. Only when Egozi thoughtlessly began blowing bubbles with his bubble gum did tin militiamen realize that he mu-: nave been one of the in%  m the United States. ,. mestl) : op %  I thai Egozi %  i to Miami s ton. He has spfffl well %  •'• Br a year in ring the lay that bubble riginal >..hungry, nervous and en he unthinkingly started his gum. The story is uulti be funny if only it didn nurt so much. %  AMCNG THE LITERATI Win i. | get Robert Frost visited Russia St month, he was acclaimed almost as if he were a Russian cosmonaut. Interestingly it was partly through the efforts oi Dr. Berthold Friedl. of the University if Miami, that Frost and his poems became knov.n in Russia. In 1947, Friedl wrote a book called Psalm of Life and American Lyrics in Russian Translation." The book included Russian translations of several poi -t. Fried) .earned later that the "fcnrst,TT-r r'? %  /' % %  ?/Potoe 9-B U.S State Department helped circulal i the book throughout Russia, thus spreading Frost's masterpieces behind the lion Curtain. Incidentally. Frost is among five nominees to receive the Miami-Israel Cultural Award for cultural contributions to Israel. THEY'RE NO DIFFERENT Are Jews more emotional than their non-Jewish neighbors? 'Speaking generally, Jews suffer more hypertension than Gentiles. Jews are more inclined to have chronic repressed hostilities because they feel discriminated and persecuted against as Jews." So states Dr. Jack Kapchan, of the University of Miami, and practicing psychologist here He says statistics support his views. Kapchan describes a 'cultural sterei type la mistiness or ingroupness .. • • among man> He points out that some J< %  practice "anti-Gentilism' .part : their inferiority as a min ritj jr i ip. A contrasting manifestation of this complex is the Jew who practices anti-Semitism to help himself climb out of the minoritygroup and up the Gentile business or social ladder, adds Kapchan. Dr. Seymour Blumenthal does not agree. Also a practicing psychologist in Miami, Blumenthal doubts that American Jews think of themselves as persecuted today. He says, I'm inclined not to think that Jews have more or different emotional problems than other groups.'' "We should try to get away from the idea that Jews are different.'' says Blumenthal. "They are no different. Jews are just ordinary people." AJCom. Schedules Pane! Series; Opens Wednesday Greater Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee has announced a series of four discussions 'o be held at the Everglades hotel. Entitled "The Challenge." the, series will begin with a program "ifc-:'Xlu'XiUitrol.uf Man's AJirid,'.' featuring a discussion of censorship in Florida, next Wednesday,. 8 p.m. Guest speaker will be renowni ed author, Philip Wylie. Lee Ruwitch, vice president and station manager of WTVJ, ch. 4, will be moderator. Panel discussants will include Morton Abram. attorney; Dr. Sidney Besvinick, associate professor, i school of education. University of I Miami; Dr Alan Lipton. assistant professor of psychiatry. University of Miami; Mrs, Betty Lunnon, superintendent of school libraries in Dade county; and Fr. Edward McCarthy, of Biscayne College. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. Second in the series is "Wasted Human Resources: The Negro in Florida." scheduled for Jan. 9. Yomen to Direct At Beth Torah i in i I if the Frichoir at Beth Torah I -i f>r the .iming year V imen, local Jewish ad com:) iser hon> Orchestra, Lh Fa n -1 vitzky conducting, officially opens the Greater Miami music seas i Sunday evening at Miami Beach Auditorium and Monday evening at Dade County Auditorium, in programs dedicated to the 17th anniversary' of the founding of the United Nations. A work especially commissioned by Fabien Sevitzky, Eugene Zador's "Ode to Peace." will be given its world premiere performance by the orchestra. The com position is dedicated to the United Nations and expresses spiritually the goal of the peoples of the world: universal peace. Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami, will speak briefly on the United Nations during ceremonies at the Monday evening concert only. Guest soloist for the orchestra's opening pair of program is Nikita Magaloff, internatiorally-known pianist. Magaloffwi perform Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 for his first appesance with the UM Symphony. In addition to the Beethoven Concerto, a second major work on the program. Igor Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite." will be presented by the orchestra in commemoration of the composer's 80th birthday this year. The fourth composition to be heard is Claude Debussy's Iberia—Images for Orch estra, No. 2. This work will ba played by the orchestra in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the composer's birth. RETIRED MAN with sr-oll income from social securit. and pension would like 'o meet refined widow interested in r rrioge. Please — no divorcees or chain smokers. Prefer Jod. under sixty, not over *"j n'th small home and income. My experience on main•enanct trades would make me "eful ..ound small hotel or "Ptbur'ding. If interested Call Aygee, 532-4986 AIR C0ND. RUTH FOREMAN PRESENTS Actor's Studio M PLAYHOUSE Ketti Frings' Pvliiier Prize Critics' Award Winning Ploy "LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL" NOW PLAYING Nirjhtly, Closed Mon.-Adm. S2.25 Students SI.50 Bird & Ponce, Coral Gables RES. H! 4-3212 ATTENTION ONE PCRFORWiNCt 0NIV OCT. 23 SUNDAY Reservatleni IWW St'ffFS.'DE COMMUN/T r 61DG. HI 4-3212 92rd & Ocean Curtoi.i Bl3fl ft?" i\31 HENRY'S CUSTOM CONTINENTAL Hand Tailoring, Men i Women % "pert Alterations. 2S years. fc ^36 s. Miami Ave. I PR 3-9132 "The Magic Flute," by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is the Dade Youth Opera production which will be presented Nov 25 at Dade County Auditorium. One of the worlds greatest ooeras, "Magic Flute" will be sung in English with librettos on hand for children and adults. Rehearsing their roles are (standing) Gregory O'Berry. Robert McPherson and Vug.n.a Engelbright. Seated are Erick Santamaria set designer; and Dr Paul Csonka. who will conduct the orchestra and chorus. Also featured, among others, are Carol Donn last year s Metropolitan auditions w.nner in Sarasota William Greene, Marvene Christmas. Patricia Johnson, and Flora Lerman. Mrs. Roberta Keyes and Dr. Howard Doolin are co-founders of the Dade Youth Opera project, which is an affiliate of the Opera Guild of Miami. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY, condor OPENING CONCERTS! SUNDAY, OCT. 21—Miami Beach Aud. 8:30 P.M. MONDAY, OCT. 22—Dade County Aud. 8:30 P.M. PROGRAM DEDICATED TO THE UNITED NATIONS NIKITA MAGAL0FF PIANIST MAJOR WORKS: "Piano Concerto No. 3," Beethoven. and "Firebird Suite," Stravinsky TICKETS: S1.75 to $4.50 UN Sym Off.. MO 1-4960; M.B. Aud.. JE 1-0477; Dade County Aud.. HI 6-9230; Cordelia's, FR 3-5123; Allegro Music House. 444-8181; Specs TV. MO 1-3451. IN PERSON! ON STAGE1 Wkdyt (ex.Mon.) 8:30 p.m Saturday: 8 & 10:30 p.m. Sunday: 2:30 & 8:30 p.m COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE HI 5.2581 JUNE WILKINSON and JOHN AGAR imfrHATors Air. SEATS RESERVED J.50



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Friday, October 19, 1962 *.leisf Mcred/ton LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A i \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C10361 in: wiLI.IA.MSBKItc.il SAVINGS i\K Plaintiff, vs. \l, JACK I'uiiTIIMAN. a single man, and JUDY I.HI-: TOOTHMAN. a single woman I ..-fondants ii illiV l.KK TOOTHMAN, a viiiakwoman Inlfl Chahuenga Blvd., Apt. No. l North Hollywood, California v.'.u are hereby notified that the raptloned action has been instii • -,.i against you in the Circuit Court •i, Eleventh Judicial Circuit of in and for Pad.Countj to fore, -. a mortgage upon the following .... ibi ii real property: I.,I :>:,. Block 58, CUTLER RIDOE m-'i'TION FIVE, according to tinPlat ii-iTenf, recorded In i'lat Hook (0, ..,, ,,( the public Records of Dade I'onntv, Florida, together with Screen Lamp Post Switch at House. VWlhlll B/ln Oven A.Range 5180 53 Tun and Shower Enclosure. Venetian i;hnd, Range Hood W/Exh, Kan. Hoi Water Heater, Cone. Clothea Poles, i iarbage Bin w *an you are required to file your answer lalntlffs complaint with the Ch-rk foresald Court, and serve a thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN KINK Ith Floor Pad.Federal Bldg. Miami 12. Florida • %  later than October 29th, 1982, or a ... pro Confeaao "ill be entered i .iin-1 you. Sept -l 1962 E p. WEATHERMAN i '|..rk of the Clrcull Court Bj C. P COPELAND Deputy Clerk M VRTIM KINK v..in. v for Plaintiff Floor Pad.Federal Bldg. Miami it. Florid. /2g _, 0/6i Wi i, H %  imm BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "He always conducts that way around Succoth time." NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA.20918 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai Martin Morgenstern, holder of Count) Tax Sale Certificate No. 3437 issued the 1st day of June, A.D. I960, lias riled same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property in th,County of Pad.-, Slat.of Florida, to\lt: Lot is Peacocks Re-Sub Lota %  J A.1 lilk 18 Plat Book 1 I'.iu 161 in th,County of Pad,-. State of Florida. The assessment of said property tindel th.said certificate was in the name of ESthel l.. Lewis. l'n)ess said certificate shall inredeemed a rdlng to law, the propert) described herein win be Bold to the highest bidder at the Court House rloor on the first Monday m the month of November, 1962, which is the 5th day of Novembi r, 1962 Pitted this 26th day of September, 1962. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. Dad* (seal) County. Klorida By It. M. I.KKI'Kli, I it-nntv Clerk 10/6-12-19-26 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewish Florid/an solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN Cpr. ^W, 0oy ProdiKlloM j LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE No. 57201-C Estate of H VRRY ROTHMAN, NOTICE TO CREDITORS \-i -,. ditom and All Persons Haynns or Demands Against Said .,,.. hen by notified and reto presi m any claims and tiewhich you maj ha,-.ngalnat %  i HARRY ROTHMAN de. ,-,.| late of Padc County. Klorida, ounl i i tdK< s of '' l 1 '' '" un tv, ami rile the same In their offices the Count) Courthouse In Dade Klorida, within six calendar tl from the date of the first ition hereof, or the Bame will l.i barred, LEONARD K II ROTHMAN Executor WE1NKLK ,v KESSLER Att.-i n.-\ hi i Si > bold Building Mia ini :\J. Florida 10 5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thiundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THK BIO M DEPARTMENT STORE it Pad.County, Klorida. int.nils to teglster -aid name with the ci.-rk of the circuit Court ol Pad,County, Klorida SEABOARD GENERAL CORP. i A 1 i. In uanCorp. > Hole Owner 9 28—10/5, li. 19 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih. undersigned, desiring to engagi n business under th.fictitious name of GOLD i'HAST SEAFOODS at :'."L'7 NW lonth Street Miami. Honda, Intend to reglstei said name with the clerk • .f the Clrcull Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE Hi ILDSTEIN JACK D'AMATO GEORGE, AMES A HITTER Attorneys for Gold Coast Seafoods 9/28—10/5, IS, 19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57008-B IS RE Estate ol ROBERT M STEWART, Pi eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ : Creditors and All Persons Havins ot Demands Against Said %  II %  hereby notlfli d and rered to present an> claims and demands which you may have against tat. nl ROBERT M. STEWART • eased late of Dade County. Blorthe Count) Judges ol Pad. and file the same In their In tini .unity i'ourthousi In ii Klorida, within six iali -hi hs ti oni the date of the ibllcatlon hereof, or tin sain. arred. JEROME II WEINKLE K\. cutor EINKI.E .\KKSSI.Kl; \ %  t Building El in .".-! M9-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55448-A l-Mat. n( "II.I 1AM JANDRELL %  i-.,i Cfc OF INTENTION TO MAKE '•^PLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE llereb) given that I have Final Report and Petition for ami Final Discharge as ills ..f the .-s.at.of WILLIAM %  xPRELL, deceased: and thai on t nay ..I .x..\ mber, I'M.-, w ill to the Honorable Judges of 'Ul -.. Klorida, loi approval ol Repoi t an.i for distribution '1 discharge .... Exei itrix of at.,.f tinabove-named deceThis -.Mb . and file the • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 51142 IN RE: Estate of Lolls METERS, 1 ii i-.-as. .1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is her.-by given that I have final a Final Report and Petition for Distribution ami Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of Louis Meyers, deceased: and that on the 1st day of November, 1982, will apply to the Hon..raid.• County Indues of Dade County, Florida, tor approval of said Final Report and for distribution and filial discharge as Executor of the estate of th. above-named decedent This 21st .lav of September, 1982 MILTON 1 It MANNHEIMER Executor KOVNER .x MANNHEIMER Attoi ni-v 120 Lincoln Road Miami Bearh, Florida :• 28 1". .. 1'-'. 19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10566 WEST SIDE FEDERAL SAVINGS VND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff. l-lNl EY .H INKS, Trustee In Bankruptcy, T D SO ITT and BOBBIE SCOTT, his wife, P SAM PEL COHEN ind I'' ILLY COHEN, h %  wlfi mil the KNITED STATES i IF AMERICA, I i.I.-ii.la'ils NOTICE OF SUIT Ti i T II SCI ITT and Hi BBIE SCOTT, his wife, RESIDENCE KNKNOWN P SAMI'BI. ci >HBN an.I P. il I.Y i i illKN. his if. KESII IEN'I 'E I'NKNl WN, If alive and If dead, the unknown heirs devisees, grantees, asslgn. -. ||i nor • I edltni .aother claimants claiming by, through, I. agalnsl an> of the above named defendants who ,|| ||| .-. .IS.-ll. You ar. In-i.lo notified that the nhovi i ii| oni i Ion has been Instituted igalnsl x• .ii in the Circuit i-i ..• tinELEVENTH J Circuit ol l-'loi ida iii and fin BADE Count.* '" foreclos. s mortgiKe upon ih.foliowlna described real prnpi l.nt I!-. Block 7.1, Second Addition t., Carol ''in according to in.Plat tl t. recordi tl In Plal Hook ii'.. at Page Tv. Sheet I of the Public Records "' Dudi County. Klorida. together xx it ti OE Washing Machine Mod. I No WA800R, i IK Pry.-i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 51226 IN RE: Esta f SAN DOR I'AI.IN. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed a Final Report and Petition :..i Distribution ami Final Discharge as Executor or the estate of Sandor Palm. deceased: and thai on the 1st das of November, l!irt2, will apply t< the Honorable County .ludu.s of Dade County, Klorida. for approval <.t" said Final li.-p. rt and for distribution and final discharge as Bxecutor of the estate <>f the above-named decedent. This Jist das of September, Mll/PON R MANNHEIMER KOVNER *:MANNHEIMER Attorney un Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Klorida :• ^v io 5, l-'. )'.' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN PROBATE No. 57170B IN RE: Estate of JACOB BERNSTEIN. ..Is., known aJACK BERNSTEIN. I l a o eaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or P.-inan.ls Against Bit A Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and lemands which you may Ii ii e against the estate of JACOB BERNSTEIN, also known as JACK BERNSTEIN deceased late of Pad.County. Florida, to the Counts Judges --f Dade Counts, and flitthe sam.in duplicate and as provided in Section 7S8.18, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the Cunts Courthouse In Dade County, Klorida wirhm six calendar months from tintime of tinfirst publication hereof, or the same will be barred. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 5721OC IN RE: Estate of BENJAMIN MILLER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You ar.hereby notified and required to |il.-.-. lit any claims and lemaiids which you may have against tho estate of Benjamin Miller de. i-.'is.-il late of Dade Countv, Florida. to tinCounty Judges of PadCounty, and fibth,same in duplicate and as provided in Section 7:::: 18, Klorida Statutes, in their offices in ih.. County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from tintime of th.first publication het • "i. or tinsame will be boi red Dated at Miami. Florida, this day of i i.-toher. A P 1982. I,Ei IN A EPSTEIN As Executor First publication of 'his notice th.r.th daj ..' October, 1902, LEON A. EPSTEIN Attorney for Executor •IL'" Lincoln ltd Ml'. Fla in 5-12-19-26 %  T 1st oil %  Isame duplicate i'Ida -in i| ;:::: 16, provided in Section Statutes, in their off ', "iinty Courthouse in I lade Coun%  ma, within six calendar months time oi the flrsl publication Hi.same w ill !„ %  lial I .1 ""I at Miami. Florida, this L'Tili si|itiinbi r. A.P 1962 HENRIETTA .H >S8EM As Ext ,-iiti i\ ...-ojirvii x ISPARUER Bxec.itrlv Model No DA6I0R, Tub enclosures, Venetian Blinds mi.I Traversi Rods You are n si. .1 1.. |,l.l III il I I I Clerk .a ih,afor >. a copy th.-r.-i attorn... M \RTIN Pad.I-. .1. I.ll Hide not IH 11 r than N in fib...inanomiilalnl ith the esald Court, and ,t upon plaintiff's FINE lltli Floor Miami 32, Florida ml., i 19, 1962 or a In R.I. Miami Beach, Ha. iu, o-i-.tf-26 I ,,.,,.,. |.,.. i -..11 T --.. u ill hi entered agalnsl you Pat. .1 > k'tober 16, 1962 E H LEATHBIt.M \ N 1. 1 1, ,.r th. i 'n Co nt ts.-ali B> c P COl'ELAND 11. put) l.-i'k MARTIN FINE Attoim-s for Plaint iff nth Floor Pad.!•• deral Bl Is Miami at, Florida Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27th daj ..f September, A.D. 1962 FA N N IE I: I-:I: N ST EI N .\s Bxecutrlx Krist publication of this notice on the -th da. of i i.-tob.-r. IM2 Myeis, l!-iiii.iii. Kaplan .xcaismau A i tome) s tor Executrix l i.ii S.W. 1st strei t 10/5-12-1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10572 THK POLLAR SAVINGS BANK OF THE clTV • IF NEW Yl >RK Plaintiff. i vs. I FIN I EY lii.NKS. Trustee In Bankrupt. SIMON SINSKEY and THK KNITED STATES nlAMERICA I .. I", nilants NOTICE OF SUIT Tl i SIMON SINHK EY RESIDENCE KNKNOWN; the unknown spouse >>f said defendant If married and alive, and If dead. th. unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, li.-in.is. creditors, trustees or othei claimants olalming by, through, under or agalnsl any of the above named defendants who are deceased V at an herebj notified that thi above raptioned action has been In stiiin.-d against .on in the Circuit i ..in t ol Ibe ELEVENTH Judicial i ii. nit of Klorida in and for I >ADE Countv to focaolose s mortgage upon in. following described real property: I .ot 9, Block II SCOTT LAKE MANOR. SECTION SIN a id iiiLto the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat P..ok 6.1 ai Page II •-! tinPublic It ids of Pad.Cunts. Florida, together with Venetian Blinds. Von are required to file sour answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk "i the aforesaid court, ami serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, I lib I Io Pad. l-.-.i. ial Bldg., Miami 12, Florida not lai. ithan Novembel 19, 1962 or a j Decree Pro Confesso will he pntered against you. I ii I i nti.l.. i 16, 1962, B, P. IJ:A TIIKUMAN Clerk of the Clrcull Court (seal) By: C. 1*. Ci iPEl.ANP Deputs Clerk MARTIN KINI-: Attorney for Plaintiff : ith h I '-oh I-Ii ial Blilg. Miami 'Fli 10/11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 6SC 10569 THE WILLIAMSBKROH SA VINOS PAN K Plaintiff. • vs. KINI.KY JONES, Trust,, in IBankruptcy, JOSEPH I. SHAW and CATHERINE G SHAW his wife, I VI. T. IR V VSILESKI and ll'.MA VASII.ESKI his wife, and the [KNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT Tl H ISEPH 1. SHAW and CATH BRINE G. SHAW. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN if alive and if dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, laiuit.-is, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees or other claimants claiming by, through, undei in against any of the above named defendants who are deceased Von are hereby notified that th.above .-aptinlled action has I It In stitut.d .main.-t you in the circuit Court of ih. ELEVENTH Judicial Clrcull of Klorida in and for DADE counts to for.-.-lose a mortgage upon ibe following ib -. ibed n il property. Lot IS, Block 58 FIRST ADDITION Ti i 'AR! IL i "ITT according to tinPlat thei.-of. recorded in Plat Book 60, Pane 19 .a the Public Records .•! Pad. County, Florida You are required to file your anRwer to plaintiff's complaint with th.Clerk of the afor. said Court, and serve a eop> thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor Bade Federal Bldg., Miami :;.'. Klorida not later than November 19, 1962 or a Decree I 'i •• I "onf< sen will I ntered Hgalnsl s"'i Dated i i.-tol.. r 16, 1962. K H LEATHERMAN • "lei k of the Clrcull < 'ourl (seal) By: <\ P. Ci IPELANI i I leput) 'lerk MAI! IIN FINE Attoims toi Plaintiff I Ith Flooi Pad. I • deral Bldg. Miami 32. Floi ida l" 19-26. 11 :' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57142A RE: Estate of LEON R. BELMONT, I 181 d NOTICE TO CREDITORS AM Creditors and All Persons llavIng claims or Damages Again Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present anj claims and demands which you mas have against the .state of l.EnN R. BELMONT deceased late of Pad.County, Florida, to the County Judges ..f Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Bectlon 783.16, Florida Statutes, in tli.ir offices in the County Courthouse In Pad.County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time ..r th.first publication hereof, or th. same will be barred. 1 i.ii. .1 at Miami. Florida, this U day of September, A.D. 1962. MARK i.N B BELMONT As Executrix KOVNER K MANNHEIMER Attorney for Executrix IL'" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida ., 98—10/5, 12, 19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10181 MIAMI PEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND I.oAN ASSOCIATION, a United siat.-s corporation, Plaintiff. VS. JIU'V HERRMANN, et al Defendants, NOTICE OF SUIT TO: .liipV HERMANN and HUH. RP HERMANN, her husband YiiP ARE HEREBY notified that suit has been filed In the above styled Court to foreclose that certain mortgage given l.v C, It E E N THISTLE, INC to MIAMI BEACH I-EPEKAl. SAVINGS AN I' LOAN ASSOCIATION, dat.-d March 18, 1957, recorded March 14, 1967 under Clerk's File No. GG-44125, of th. Public Records or Pad.County, Florida, against the following described property, ly ng ami being in Pad.County. Florida, to-u it : Lot 3 iii Block 35 of IVES ESTATES SECTION i. according to th* Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book •;(* al Page 79 of the Public Recordof Pad.Counts. Klorida. You are required t< serve cops of your answer or pleading on the Plaintiffs attorneys, Meyer, Weiss. Rosen S Rose, 107 Lincoln Road, M i %  m I Beach, Florida, and file the original answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of November, 1962: otncrwlsei the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confessed by sou Dated at Miami. 1 .ad.Cunts'. Klorida, this 3rd daj of October. 196! B B LEATHERMAN. Clerk is.all By I. SNEEPEN Deputy ci.-rk 10/5-12-1H-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PRE!ERREP REALTY at !i."..Vi Pa\ Harbor Terrace. l!a> Harbor Island. Miami Beach 54, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Pol.County, Florida. BRET CIPES \s'EI.MA CIPE8, Part in I s S i" ".. 12, 19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t> engage In in.1.1 tin ti. iItlous name of TERRY KEY PERSONNEL al I: Building, North Miami Beach, FlorIdn intends to register said nami with the Clerk of the Circuit Court -.f Dade Count., Klorida. TERESA OOI'LDEN Sole Ou her 10/5-12-19-26 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE. No. 62C 10486 JOSEPH FH VNK .AV IRONB, Plaintiff, GENEVIEVE ANN IAVARONE, p.r, mi.i in NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO GENEVIEVE INN IAVARONE I lefendan] l.i i has. Sttl .1 Trenton, New Jersey Yi il' ARE HHKEIYV NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Iilvorce has been filed against sou. and you are requlreil to serve il cop> of your Answer or pleading to the complaint on the n'.until is attoi lie} -. c A I 11 I N ,xROTHENBERG, 305 Pis. ayne Building. Miami 32 %  -i Ida, and file the. original Answer or pleading In the off the Clerk of the Circuit Court .-n or before the 29th day of ictobi i 1962 if \ on fall I., do s... a Decree Pro i '• 111. -so •.. ill 1)0 elite! | -I llialllst Veil for the r. In-i demanded In the com11 VTEI | this • ilth ila> of September. 1962 E, P LEATHERMAN Clerk of I he i 'ircuit I 'ourl is. all By: I P. Ci iPELAND Deputs Clerk CAJDIN .v ROTH EN BERG Al torneys for Plaintiff 305 I tlsca) inBuilding Miami ::•_'. Florida 9 28, 1" 5-12-19 MIAMI SEAL, CERTIFICATE & STAMP CO. CORPORATION SUPPLIES-RUBBER STAMPS LEGAL FORMS and LABELS 936 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida FR 3-6327



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"TTFriday, October 19, 1962 vJewisli ncrk/ian Final Days of Sukkoth This Weekend Page 13-A Continued from Page 12-A ing Saturday morning services, beginning at 9:30 a.m.. Rabbi Muchtei will preach on "As Ye Sow." i ml conduct Yizkor memorial services. Topic of the evening sermon will be "The Torah Travels." Services begin at 8 p.m. Final Sukkoth serviceis .slated,for Sun lay, 9:30 a.m. "Uninterrupted Study" is the sermon topic, and [here will be a Sukkah party for the student of the religious school Bl 10:30 a.m. Saturday morning services at Coral Way Jewish Center, 8755 SW 16th St., beginning at 8:45 a.m.. \ill include Yizkor. Simchas Tori!i with Hakofos procession, will be held at 7 p.m. Rabbi Samuel April's sermon on Sunday mornuill be "Rejoicing with the Services start at 8:45 a.m. iturgical portion of all services i! be chanted by Cantor Gershon ,n S( hedule for the last days "of \kHh at Beth Torah Congregai >n, 1051 No. Miami Beach blvd., Friday evening, with Mm ,i! 5:30 p.m. Shemini Atzcr%  : %  !i' on Sal :: layy will begin ill include the .ih of Randj. son ol Mr tger Yizkor uil % %  : %  .slated for 1 1 0:30 a.m. SimchasTorah S er-< [vice will be held in the evening. ] starting with Maariv at 6:15 p.m i and resume Sunday morning at 8:48 a.m. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will conduct all services, with Can-! lor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum chanti ing the liturgy. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick will preach on~ Retrospect "or' Prbs; pecf during services at Tifereth I Israel Congregation, 6500 No. Miami ave., Friday evening, with the Sisterhood hosting the Oneg S h a b b a t. The scheduled sermon at Saturday services, 9 a.m., will be "How much Have You Inherited?" Yizkor services will be held at 10 a.m. Simchas Torah will be celebrated in the evening at 7 p.m.. and on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Students from Sunday \ and Hebrew school will participate in the Hakofos procession. Beth Emeth Congregation, 12250 N'W 2nd ave.. will have services Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Simon April will speak on "Jewish [deal of Universal Peace." Cantor Hyman Fein will chant the liturgy Services on Saturday will begin at 8.45 a.m Si ah will be observed .it Congregation Yehuah Moshe, W. Dixie > starting it 6 p.n Rabbi M at services %  A/KMV C/o / / /• \^J~i e fit *ore By RABBI SAMUEL FOX V/hy does Jewish tradtion require us to eat all of our meals in a Sukkah for seven days during the Sukkoth festival? Basically, the reason was given in the Bible (Lev. 23:43) which states "that your generations may know that I made the children of I-: el (iwell in booths, when I brought them out of the land of Medieval commentartor example Rabbi Samuel ben claim that this was ordainas a safeguard to man, lest he ercome with his earthly possess%  and develop into a slave unto his own wealth. Iting in the Succah is a remindPI thai his ancestors had neither i nor property during those irs in the wilderness and still were sustained through the idence of the Almighty, who ithe source of all security humans seek in this world. Isaam Arama'ah (Akedath k i points out that, when other leave their summer abodes rmanent housing for the d winter, Israel would do the e, in order to show that it is e protection of the Almighty saves one from the harm of lie changes. learning this lesson, one turn t" his permanent dwellertain thai he will not forget e Protector, Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch Horebl cleams that this is also a moral lesson for the poor who might lose faith because of their dire circumstances. It points out to them that the Almighty does not forsake man, no matter how poor their circumstances are—as He even found shelter and food for His people in the wilderness. Not to be forgotten is the national element of the Succah which reminds Israel that, even though our people wander about the face of the earth in many a wilderness, the Almighty is still with them and protects them. • Why must the roof of the Sukkah be made only of a substance that comes from plant life, while the sides are not thus restricted? Restricting the roof to a material that has its origin in plant life, demonstrates the lesson that one should not seek ultimate security from man's artificial existence; but rather from the source of nature—the Almighty himself On the other hand, one may enjoy the man-made objects around him, thus the walls may be made of anything but the roof may only be made of plant life materials. and deliver the sermons. Cantor Maurice Neu will chant the liturgy, assisted by the choir. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m., with Yizkor at 10:30 a.m., and evening services at 7 p.m. Sunday morning services begin at 9 a.m. After service^ Friday evening, starting at 8:15 p.m., at Tmple Judea, 320 Palermo ave., Rabbi Mordecai Podet will conduct a discussion session on "Is Organized Jewry Acting Wisely in the Issue of Religion in the Schools?" On | Saturday morning. Rabbi Podet ] and Cantor Richard Brown will ofj ficiate at Yizkor memorial ser' vices at 10:30 a.m. Jack, son of : Mr. and Mrs. Werner Cohn, will observe his Bar Mitzvah in the I morning. Simchas Torah services are slated for the evening at 7 p.m. Congregation Beth El, 500 SW 17th ave.. has scheduled weekend services starting Friday at 5:30 p.m. On Saturday, services will start at 8:30 a.m., with Yizkor at 10 a.m. Rabin Solomon Schiff's sermon will be on "Remember the Bi ived Simchas Torah, with Hakol is I rocession, will be held at 3 p.m and again on Sunday. with morning services at 8:30 a.m. Dado Heights Jewish Congregation, 1401 NW 183rd St.. will ni Atzereth services on Fring a1 8:15 p.m, R I Richter's sermon topic will be God in Search ol Man.'' On Satur laj. he will speak on "Yizkor—For the Living or the Dead," with services slated to start at 8:30 a.m., and Yizkor at 10 a.m. Mincha will he held at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Simchas Torah at 7:30 p.m. Simchas Torah services will be held on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. i and 5:30 p.m. Cantor Emanuel Mandel will chant the musical portion of all programs. "My Correspondence on Relig ion with the Author of Summer hill" will be Dr. Joseph R. Narot's subject at Temple Israel, 137 NE | 19th st.. on Friday evening. On Saturday morning at 11 a.m.. the | service will include the consecration of kindergarten children and the conclusion of Sukkoth. Cantor ; Jacob Bernstein will chant the liturgical portion of all services. Planning for the new Israelite Center Cotillion are (left to right) Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of the Center; Mrs. Harold Stanley, chairman of the cotillion; and Ronald Katz, youth director for the Center. Cotillion, including all types of dance instruction, will begin Monday, Oct. 29. a+ 7:15 p.m., and meet every Monday night thereafter. Eligible are girls and boys in sixth through ninth grade. Dance instructor is Miss Paggy Logan. GOP Slams Report to UN On Arab Refugee Status Continued from Page 1-A K !\ Administration's Middle Has! policy." Miller: 'The striking feature %  %  ; Dr .'• hnson re] %  i n i ommendation :' % %  : %  h tiding a scite among the Palestinian now encamped in the Gaza strip, the Kingdom of Jordan, and Syria. Under this plebiscite, the refugees would be ottered the choice oi repatriation to for mer domiciles in the State of Israel or be resettled elsewhere with adequate compension. The Republican Party cannot support such an unrealistic plan." Miller observed that "willingly or unwillingly, a mass of Palestinian Arab refugees would seek repatriation. In this context it should be noted that charges have been made that the continuing failure to resolve the Arab refugee problem has been laid at the door of Arab political expediency, and that Arab leadership will insist on the refugees voting to repatriate is a foregone conclusion. "To the nation Israel, %  i small population of 2.250.000, I id limited territory, the potential flux i f hostile Arab refug< es, i i its attendant economic the Johnson proposal would insurmountable problems, "During the campaign of Presidenl Kennedy pledged his ut most effort to bring about d peace negotiations between : and the Arab states. There u J i agreed general feeling that an equitable solution of the Arab refuge* problem was one of the important factors in the breach between Israel and the Arab states. It is painfully apparent." said, .Miller, "that the Administration's conflicting policy pronouncements on the Johnson proposal will not lend themselves to the establishment of peace in the Near East, and will, on the contrary, contribute to increased tensions. "The Administration's lack of candor and approach to the Johnson proposal is wholly inexplicable and negates the campaign pledges made bv the President." THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. Ail proceeds go towards support of ">• Home. You my contribute, tako • *** deduction or we will pay cash 'or tame. Remember ... we are NOT • ot i making organization We • re helping your community to keep W dignity. By helping others you •'• helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use •'I your >utcastt or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. 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riday. October 19, 1962 >3ei**fhridic*r Page 5-A <**i<6 New Translation of Bible Ready for Publication MNJAMIN LfVIN leach Man eveals Gift [Benjamin Levin, of Miami Beach, made a major contribution to nIsrael Histadrut Committee of (n ater Miami, it was announced fednesday by Joshua /• Stadlan, ksidenl of the organization. Il.i'vin. who moved here five ..! ,i'd from New Yorlf, h;s len a life-long member of the |oni>t Organization of America d of B'nai B'rith. He was an ac. leader in New York's hardla :v industry. [% v ?-.*'--• - vice president and general er of Food Fair Properties. Another example of a "common misconception" cited by Dr. Orlinsky is that Moses led the children of Israel across the Reu Sea in their escape from Egypt. He said that "current knowledge makes it completely clear that they actually crossed an area where the Suez Canal lies today, a marshy section north of the Red Sea. which in all probability was covered witb*water to substantial depths in the time of the Exodus The area was known as the Sea of Ree^s and is so given in our new translation." He said there were literally hundreds of passages "which have baffled translators for centuries and whose meaning is only now becoming clear in the light of our increased understanding of the laws, languages and spirit of the Biblical era." Dr. Orlinsky described as perhaps the most s'riking c-.ian.ee in the new translation one affecting the Third Commandment, previously translated as Thou Shalt not "take the name of the Lord thy God in Vain ."" This has been interpreted to mean an injunction against profanity, he .-aid. A more accurate reading of the Hebrew, be reported, reveals the commandment tc be concerned wiiii perjury The news translation reads: "You shall not swear falsely by the name of I the Lord your God: for the Lord will not clear one who swears false, ly to His name." Dr. Orlinsky said this change revealed "not only the correct meaning we have discovered—sources in the Torah alone—in making this translation directly from the Hebrew text, it is also an example oi the style in which our translation has heen couched." "We have eliminated the 'thou' I and 'thy" forms, and their accompanying verbs with endings such I as 'goesf rnd 'bringeth.' which are a holdover from the 17th century and which make it almost impossible for most people, particularly' young people, to read the Bible j with understanding." he declared.' "These archaic forms, including such words as 'perforce,' where the j Hebrew means therefore', and the use of the word 'even' in almost a thousand places where there was. no corresponding word in the He-1 brew, have led many people to believe that the Word of God was giv-1 en in the Elizabethan English ofj the 17th century." He explained that "our constant goal was to render the original Hebrew as accurately as contemporary understanding will permit into modern, readable English, cMscaHing the errors and obstacles vhich, through misunders'anding or through a misplaced traditionalism, have stood between modern man and a clear knowledge c." C J!l (ToryINSURED SAVINGS • LOW COST HOME LOANS Current Dividend Rote on Sit 4 PAID AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY The Nurse is a specialist ...and so is Dade Federal Responsibility—often where life hangs in the balance — is heaped on the trained nurse from all sides. Everyone depends on her —the hospital, clinic or home where she works, the doctors, and most important, the patients. Yet, through it all, she must maintain the calm efficiency for which her profession is noted. This great skill, plus years of experience makes the nurse very much a specialist! At Dade Federal we, too, have many responsibilities to many different people. Savers depend on us for safety and a good return on their savings. Borrowers look to us for funds that will make possible the most prized possession of all, a home. Builders look to us for money to develop new areas and communities. Meeting these responsibilities takes the skill and knowledge of specialists like those you'll find at Dade Federal. Whatever your needs, a thrift program or a home loan, visit any of our five conveniently-located offices and talk to one of our Dade Federal Specialists. You'll be glad you didt 'One o/ ifee Nalionis £ Oldest and Largest' Bade Federal t/AVINGS and to AN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI XWPH ftWON,>r.jiaW 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE Main Offlca Allapattah Branch # -anc L i 101 E. Flaglar St. 1400 N.W. 36th St. 12370 N. W. 7th Ave. Tarr'aml Branch Ed sen Cen;r B-"ti 1901 S.W. 8t!i St. 5800 N.W. 7th A.e. Om %  • I90 N LLION DOI LARS



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Pag* 12-A *Jeisti Htridiar Friday. October 19, 1962 Final Days of Sukkoth to Include Simchas Torah held at Knescth IWMl, 1415 Euclid be hvM at 6: 30 p.m. ve^ on Friday evening at 5:30 p.m., with Rabbi David Lehrfield officiating and Cantor Abraham Seif chanting the musical liturgy. Israelite Cntr, 175 SW 25th St.. will hold second day Sukkoth services starting Friday at 5:30 Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Fred Bernstein officiating. Shemni Atzereth services are Saturday evening at 7:45 p.m. Yizkor servCntinoeclfrom P.. 2-A 5:45 p.m. Rabbi Shermin Staubbe ushered in at B.th Kodl.h Con-, wood. 1351 So. 14th MjUV ,. ,. ers sermon will be -Memories of trillion. 1101 SW 12th ave.. on and children will participate in the %  .•-, nmf Hakofos at 9 a m L*" 1 ? A J">Sunday scnedule Friday evening at 5:45 p.m Theme starts at 9 a.m.. and in the evenfor discussion during the holiday Shemini Atzereth services will be ing at 5 45 p.m., with Hakofos to w iU be "The Cycle is Ended." with p.m., the Hakofos procession will be held, and on Sunday morning at 8:45 a.m.. Simchas Tnrah is scheduled for 8:45 a.m. Cantor Saul H. Brech will chant the musi. cal portion of all programs. Hashana Rabbah ten icea it ices will be held on Saturday at | B#fh Ufa#| Con9r gih<>n m 40th st.. will be conducted by Rabbi H. Louis Rottman on Friday at 5:35 p.m. 1 On Saturday. >hemim Atzereth services will be held at 9 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. \ Corah • At Services on Saturday. 8:30 am P-">****\ Morton Malavsky w,11 conduct all services, and on Saturday morning at 8:30 a. m.. his Yizkor will be included Simchas Torah service is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., and Hakofos for 6:30 p.m. Sunday morning services are slated for 830 a.m. sermon will be • Concluding the ^'Atzereth. all Sunday school chil Bebinning. Yizkor services are Ttmple Beth Shir.h, 11521 *o. previously consecrated scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Simchas Dixie hgwy.. will welcome 51 no* __.,.. _* ,„n S ,.rr a .in %  wrtJfl. 11 a.m. Regular services will be held Friday evening. 8:15 p.m.. at Tempi* Sinai •* North Dad*. 1480 NE morning at 8:45 a.m.. followed by ji23rd st. Rabbi Daniel Lowy will JSimcha"~^dU~b7the I Yizkor memorial services at 10 : preach on -, A Time to Grieve and simchas Torah services .v scheda.m. Simchas Torah is slated for a T)me to Re j oice •• 0n Saturday uled for Sunday at 8:30 a m., and hC "•n' m r,V4V,m m "'morning. 11 a.m.. during Shemini 1^:30 p.m.. with H.vdalah „ ,, will be -Concluding the morning at 8.45 a.m. ^ ^^ ^^ *H.|Friday evening services it T env Torah procession will be held at member families at a special serwl receive consi ami Gardens dr.. will hr, % %  it 8:15 Saturday morning services at 6:30 p.m.. and again on Sunday at vice to be held Friday evening at %  c a l p.m. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan's Young Israel of Greater Miami, 990 8:00 a.m. Liturgical portion of the p.m.. in the 40-ft. Sukkah built Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. se rmon will be on "The Inner NE 171st St.. will start at 9 a.m.. programs will be chanted by Canjn the four acres of land purchas50 NW 51st pi., will hold weekBeauty." During Saturri mornfollowed by Yizkor at 10:30 a.m.. tor Louis Cohen. >d for the future sanctuary at end services with Rabbi David mg services, starting al I a.m., w.:h evening services slated for Concluding days of Sukkoth will Montgomery dr. and 120th st. Rosenfeld officiating. Schedule an( j preceding Yixkor at 10:4 Rabbi Morris A Skop will bless the starts on Friday evening at 6:30 R a bbi Kaplan will speak Stay + land, and Cantor Herman K. Gottp.m. with Saturday morning sera Little Longer." Cani Morris lieb "ill lead the children's choir vices at 9 a.m. and evening SilkBerger will chant th in a program of Sukkoth songs koth at 6:45 p.m. Cantor George Mincha will be held a) I p.m., and prayers At the Saturday Goldberg will chant the liturgical followed at 7 p.m. by th Simchas morning service, to be held at portion of all programs Torah Hakofos proci 10:30 a.m in Suniland Hall Rabbi Regular Fridav evening services (la >' morning services Skop Will speak on '-Strong Faith ul| ^ help aktopic during Saturday morning day morning at 10 a.m.. the chil, ing on 'Feast of Concl n" ii services. 8:30 a.m.. will be "The dren of the religious school will the morning. Same scl Harvest of Life." Yizkor prayers meet in the auditorium for a ser-1 be followed on Sunda> wit the serwill be recited at 11 a.m. At 7 vice At 11:15 a.m.. the regular mon topic "Feast of R p.m.. the children will participate adult service will be held, with and Yizkor services at I 15 a.m in the Hakofos. and on Sunday Yizkor memorial prayers recited observance of thlast lys ol morning. Simchas Torah will be during the service. Mark, son of Sukkoth at Temple B'na ; jholom, celebrated at 8:30 a.m. j Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldstein, will 16800 NW 22r.(! ave. i locka. A Song of Honor • will be Rah-' 1 Bar Mitzvah. wl |l begin Friday. 8:30 with bi Hershel Brooks sermon title Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will Kabbi S. Max Machtei a during Friday evening services, conduct services at Temple MenorLester Chananie officia >< %  8:15 p.m., at Temple Zamora, 44 ah, 620 %  755th St.. during the conI110n ,0 P 1C ul '" hl Zamora ave. Coral Gables. Sat-. eluding days of Sukkoth. with Canthe Voice of Expert* ., Man's Conquest of Spate Is Part of God's Intention By RABBI TIBOR STERN y Beth Jacob Congregation Scientific discoveries are no less an act of God than all other laws of nature. When the impossible becomes possible, and the unknown comprehensible, man simply uncovers the ever-existing creation planted at the Great Beginning. Creation is life, and it is subject to maturity and to ripeness: each discovery marks an other harvest of the creation. The accuracy of timing of each scientific discovery is also an act of God; discovery is timed for the need of man and for a constructive purpose. This generation is in the m;dst of discovery of outer space W are in the midst of deep study i • :'~.c science of speed which is thi key to the problem. Furthermore, tl e of speed will be d -. vi red only by the understandIHirRABBI TIBOR STtRN the divine design urday morning services begin at tor Kdward Klein chanting the 8:45 a.m.. with the scheduled sermusical portion of all programs mon on "The Blessing of Moses." During 9 a.m. services on SaturSimchas Torah is slated for 7 p.m day, Kabbi Abramowitz will speak Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, on "Life, Liberty and Pursuit." 7801 Carlyle ave. will hold HoshYizkor will be recited Simchas %  .. Rabbah services Frida> evenTorah will be held in the evenat 5:45 p m to be followed bj m wi,n ,hc Hakofos : rocessi in at riv which starts S At7 P !" Sundaj i Continued on Page 13 1 en §aturda.\, Dr Isaac %  %  '' %  bi al 9 a m and t Hirsh Evi tination tl e sp; ,. ;!1 p r .: raffi Temple Ner TamiJ, 7902 Car. i ..... even sen ices J I li m I ::. .it 8 45 %  R i gene i th I %  : • %  %  • vices an icg of thi forces that create all .• njent, be< is I 'e is no speed wit h ou t n and I ,-ement witl t a moving foi ce All i ts are % %  %  %  ( .. %  ". %  % % % % % %  -.'.lit re at all tim< s v I bility. luring th s with i or it wi ....: mal nai G ; • %  y 11 a.n i %  • because He is sent ll | %  .• the evei i either to tin i 5 everywh re at times. • • .1 • elapses for H 5 substantiates b sages I ; \ let! on thai 1: inder the sui and the other that ices at Temple Beth El of HollyIn the evening ..: evei The fact that there is timi for everything and r n leed fortifies our I iat Ihe ui %  iv( matters ol yesterdaj and ol todaj may be revealed I I • se it is tomorrow that they are destined for. Today, h wever al the threshold ol 5723, so late in historj so rld" that it is late To grasp the severeness -if the moment, to cry out high and sti •• ioh .u!i-i;^ aimatey"—"if not now then whi '• man 11 reach a destination and nol remain a drifter all his Ufi t.r the young to understand ; I yout in build th< < t -d. of mind and of action and not of hysteria Sp< 1 • ind not that is not a raci but a get .it.Dr. Williams To be Speaker Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice mentary film, "The City Called I rc.-ident and director of communTechnion," describing Israel bigity relations of the University of gesl engineering school. Miami will be guesl speaker at a Women's membership dues help Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI S. DOMESTIC GIFTS Hetrw Religious Saco^iet for Synagogues. Schools A Private Use 1565 WASH'NGTON A\E. im Beach JE 8-38C LAKESIDE MEMORIAl PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM JT CEMETEf N.W. 25th ST. at 103d AV? 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lf**U* nnrMiftn Page 11 B A. David Rayvis, president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. first !o develop a program on employment of the handicapped, presents another "first" to Michael Franco (left), president oi Industrial National Bank of Miami, the lodge'3 "Firm of the Year award. The citation recognizes the bank's participation in the program. Eleven officers and 75 percent of Indust:.ii National's staff are engaged in various fields of handicapped rehabilitation and employment. Branch Given 2nd Six-Year Term Six years in prison was '.he senimposed on hate .) >mber Donranch last Frida by crimourt Judge G tn • rV'iliiams, h is alrea I serving a six ti mi for pi"": 1 • b imbing ., %  K'i'.f• %  '.on hoie sensational case broken late I sprins by imi !' %  lice 1 mi nt and the ; • • tttorn• office 1 1 0 latest c.i %  be! re Judge tarns, lu.1 v. 1 %  I i?ecti\es %  l that Bran i 1 ire from ul cell i" :• %  ide State Richar i Ger -' (in; his sistants, A ti .. %  and Let J ines; I L F Gracej harles S ficers One defective Keith H.' j>atf'ng worthIMS checks back in J y. r detective, I imes A • luggle 11 %  (ranch's in agi 1 • ietl tied inch cut • i ii) Star il Symbol ilel tissue and stuck a %  %  in the 1 I il inmder tl i With i % %  %  lats." plii iational e Vic! las been i three-year arm for posol explosiv !9 \ third acMichael Babey, was cent. TIT prosecution that the trio < istructed ii bombs, th >n l 1 ik them past the Fortj Mile Bend in the Everglades 1 practice with them I-, extrem %  gh. 4 %  •Minuteman" ex % %  -• • -. The sen :i ig '.' .1... ed on the heel? J: I 11 tria del i 1 (i in Judge Williar • 1 some two weeks ajo. I',-:.,i fa 1 %  %  ::•• \ ordeal in court this ne f w the alleged bombing 1 • if the home 01 a V.. 1 %  li or Durii 3 the tw 1 detectives, KJ lin I Ha I la 1, told the court "hated" ( l ordon ar. I Si %  %  -.' b • %  h are Jewish, and rh Iraneh re ike I with anti-S tn tatrad." Democrats Will Fete Dr. Gluck ib of Miami Beach will linner in h mot Samuel A Gluck on Satui le Sea Gull • Th :• Dr Gluck %  ,-..• irian work ... • %  tis life ie father of Wa • f the club B-G BrandTwill Meat Wadnesdtsy K.,• %  inch, w iil hold • tar meeting Wedp.es la 1 • the F irband Cul. tural U2 Was tington ave \. less m setlng coneted • v utor, president, lia tvents will : Man%  • % %  president 11 %  %  Mayor High To Receive Abess Award Miami Mayor Robert King High is the recipient of this year's Leon-: ard L. Abess Award in the field of human relations. The award, granted by the Florid* regionai-office of theAnti-De-, famation League of B'nai B'rith. is betsowed "upon that individual who is deemed to have distinguished himself beyond all others, during the course of the past year, in making meaningful the concept of the brotherhood of man. under the fatherhood of God." Past recipients include former Gov. LeRoy Collins and the late Abe Aronovitz, a former mayor of Miami. Paul Seiderman, chairman of "the ADL awards committee, cited Mayor High for "your untiring efforts in behalf of understanding and amity between the American community and the Latin American community, the very symbol you have become of Pan-American friendship and understanding, the honor that Miami has achieved under your leadership as a haven from Communist Cuba." LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10567 THE Wll.l.l KMSHIRGH SAVIN 1 is ItANJv. Plata tiff. KIN LEY J( INKS, Trustee In llankruptcy. Wll 1,1AM K URIKKIS mid ARDELLA 1 IKU'l IN lu< wifi DWAYNE I.. NYKAMPund MARY B. NYKAMP I""if.-. VICTOR VANILESKI mill IRM \ VASII.ESKI • |fe, 11 nd HOME MM.K KMI't.oYI-:ES IKM IT: \i. 1:1:1 'IT 1 NII 'N ami THE I'NITED ST VTES "I AM ERICA Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT Til Wll.l.l \M K GRIFFIN sn.l ARi>i:i 1. A %  ; I;I i-iIN, in fe, RKSII >ENCE rXKXl IWN I 'W VYXE I. NYKAMP and MARY 1: Nl K VMP hi* "if-. 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II LEA I'HERMAX rl.-rk of th 'Ireiill I '••url i„ ,,i, i:> : .p I-I iPKI.AND |ii.|iilt\ i 'U-rk MARTIN" ELSE \-t..ii.-, for I'In I lih Ii l ii In hi ileral Blils. Miami 12, Elorlila in ly-si'i, ii --' %  • LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alU MIAMI'S CXCLUSIVI II; : A'lOCOMWUMlv MA I il MO 1-7693 LcJAc NDTICE -' : £ B US-'CAT ON N THE CIR-'JIT CO'JRT OF THE EL;I. : %  .'--I Juj : > -" ciT 0F -.__ ^ -J i NO r os OAOE COL r M CHANCERY No 82C M I Plali i • MAK'IAP.I %  SUIT FOB DIvORCi •l i %  • .il • .'i irange, Si I You '•• %  i %  "' %  notified tl i III! : :\"\ ... i .... has %  "• % %  nwo •q llreil I" ... :0 | ir j %  ii \. -•' f i leaj; Ing to the Bill %  •" %  ""' ".', "" %  Plali tiffs tttorney, Hllery F •,' lv "''; man, M-112 Biwayne Building, Miami SS ila, in i file the ortelnal An„ wer .. i ,., 14 in the 'rtlce "f the Clerk of the Circuit rl m or before the I9th daj H N <\ ber, i.'"II ^ %  ill i Ui a .. lodgment uj flefaiilt v • I % % %  %  %  '% %  ""-' >;' '"' .,,. .in the BUI ui ,11 -. published once each week I jjlve 1K k iii THI XN ... DONE VNP Cl tOERED il Miami, thla ITtl l %  %  A.U. "B. B LEVTH MA> n/v. Florida i I LYMAN i HILERY %  • SILVERS VN i; • • H M Florida •' ''' ''"' %  ii %  > j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11026 I 1. KIS1.AK Ml IRTl IAHE •( IRPOR vrii IX P I! %  % RH 'A, Plaintiff, JAl'K Mi'MUNAIII.E mil MRW JACK McM< 'N.\i ill' li Ife. anil IAMKS I:I-:Y.\III.|'S. I lefendantf NOTICE OF SUIT TO: i \MI:S I:I:YNIH.I'S. LKsll >KN' I %  %  I SK XI '" N, II n,l the mil n >i He ,,i i-.ii'l ilifvndunl If man led anil allvi ami ,. ,.,i.| .l.i, ndanl In dead, the unknou n lielra, devl %  %  granteen, aiwlgneea, llenom, i i illtora, trustee or other idalniantii claiming iiv. tlirough, li r "i agalnal itn ,,r the above named defendant! who are deceased You are hereby notified that the above oaptioned action haa been Initituted against you in the ''i"'"' Court of tlie Eleventh Judicial • lr, ,iii ,.f Florida In and for Dade Countv to forecloae %  > mortgage "i""i tn following deacrlbed real property: I.,.I D, in Block M, of IVKS l-.STATE8 SECTION FOt'R, according to the Plat thereof, aa recorded In Plat Book •' %  ". ii Page 79 "f the Public Record* of Dade County. Florida. Y.III me required i" file youi answer to plalntlrra complain) with the Clerk of the aforeyaid Court, and nerve • cou> ther upon plaintiff* attorney, MARTIN FINE, i T i, I ..... iu |) Federal Bldg Miami J2, Ila not liiier ilinn November l, I86S ,,r peoree Pro Confeami will !"• entered tgalnat you. Dated: I N-tober it, l:"'E, B WEATHERMAN clerk of the Circuit Court He ,|i Bs K M IVM \N j ieput> i 'lei k MARTIN PINE Vttnrne; foi ; 'lalntifl • ,.|, ptoor Da li Kedi rai Bldg. \! ru .,', Fl %  10 !-, n --.' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious naniet "f Peacock Lumber and supply Comi pany; Peaooek Lumber and Bupply I'n, at (015 Douglaa Road, .Miami. Florida Intends to rearlster said names with the Clerk nt Hi,Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PEACDCK LUMBER COMPANY III l-"lu. i -, ili. I BIMON, MAYS A QRCNDWERG Attorneys for Applicant Sil Ainsley liuildiuK in 19-28, 11 2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY No. 62C 10844 LOTTIE FERGUSON, Plaintiff, CLADIC8 FERGUSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ci.Anns FERGUSON I lade 'ounty, Florida You, CLAD1CS l'i:i',i;isi iN. are hereb) notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed against you, and you are required to serve it copy nf your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff* Attorney, LAW OFFICES ul" l STANLEY LEVINE, 900 Southwest Second Avenue. Miami M, Florida tl-'U 1-1681) and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office "i the Clerk of the Circuit Court 'in t>r before the 15th day of November, 1962. if you fall to do *>>. judgment bj default will ltaken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint, Thi* notice shall be published once each Week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLi iRII'IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, thl* Mh day of October, A.D, 1962 i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (aeal) By: K. M. LYMAN Deputy Clerk LAW i IFFICB8 i IP I STANLEYLEVINE : S\V 2nd Avenue Miami 16, IIn PR I I6S1 ID l.Yl.r. I • LIEBERMAN Attornej for Plaintiff 1" 12-19-26, II 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that the undeisigned, desiring to engugi In busineas under the flctltloua aame >.; Mm : I* l..i|i,ln*. l.i. %  Inilali .v A Iatea at !i i" Lincoln Road, M I a m i I ..II l.i Intend Ireglnti name Ith the Clei k of the "In nil Court ,'i Dade County, Klurida. Ml IRR1S LAP1DUS HAROLD LIEB.MA.N Sole i nv n, i CYPBX .V SALMON Attorneys for Applicants -•.". Ai thill Godfre) Rn III I" 12. 1-26. 1 1 '2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Vl ITIi i: IS HEREBY GIVEX thai ng to engagi buidiift "i" tltlotis a., HI, ol Mari-h.int, Peiklna, C and Schen. .i M !"T :iayin I liiilding. Minn,'. I-I.i.. intend %  >> register said na 'i • A'ltl the Clerk ii thi i n ill ol l la le County, I lot Ida MARCHANT AND PERKINS, PRl 'I ESSII INAL ASS, ,. 'I VTIi >N, in Fill i % %  ii' i %  %  p,_ %  • i: :%  NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XI ITU 'E IS HEREBY Gl\ KN thai ... rals eil, %  si Inn in %  n — %  in rider the I AI HIST Kill IS. llAKF.m s w >il. Street. Min i I %  Il I in... • hi • 'lei v "t tin I'ircill i ',,in-i ..i I ., %  i Ida \i ;i ST i:\K EHY, IN' la Fl %  ARTIIUII VUGUST \ I orill • I": Appll, nil mil ilnsii i in,it i" !"-:'• %  11 •_'-:• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiiTiii: is iii:i:i:ri oiYKN that t hi underslgi ed, di siriiis to engi liflslnexa unilei thi fli til lann ol HE H'JKiNT VPARTMEXTS Hi tt'lli Biun i'-/. I 'I Ive. Miami Beiu-h, mi. n,i i ienl*te .. %  nann with I In Clei k of the I'II'ii • %  I 'ml, 'otinl i. II'-rnla. MICHAEL i' iS IN MILDRED '•' VIX \K. iNl '\ ITS5, SILVER .v SI 'HER Ait,.i a, • \ppli, .nii. in-,. \ Building Mia id 12, I lot Ida In I"-:',.. II 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,i engage in bURlneHS under the fictitious name of RAY'S Ol'EST HOUSE at 67 Weal 23rd Street, Hialeah Intend to regIster >nid name with the Clerk of the circuit court of Had.County, Florida, piiii.ir.i r.AV LENA K RAY ARONOVITZ, BILVER .-. SCHER Attorneys for Applicants HOT Alnslej Building %  • %  Miami 62. Florida 10 12-19-26. 11/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, di siring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol JIMMY DEWTRO, IT 'its at 935 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida Intends i" register said nun.with 'he Clerk df the Circuit Court ,,f Dade County, Florida, JIMMY DESTRI' A.\I;I:I.II \l.i Ati. II ii.--. for Applicant I" 12-19-26. 11/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57321-C IN RE: Estate of MARGARETBERGER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You nr.hereby notified and required t" present anj claims nnd demand* which you may have imaintft the estate ol MAROARET BERGER deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges ol Dade County, nnd file the same in their offices In th.County Courthouse n Dade County, Florida, with alx endar months from th.date ol the first publication hereof, or the same wilt inbarred. ESTELLE MILLER BERNSTEIN & MILLER By Milton Miller. Attornej ,', ingri as I luildinK Minim. FlOl Ida i" 12-19-26. 11/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10565 THE WILLIAMSBURGH SAVIN IS BANK, Plaintiff, v*. FIXLEY JONES, TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY, GARLAND I.ANTHRON nnd Wll.MA LANTHRON, hi* wife, ALBERT GENE DAWE, I nlngle man. CATHLEEN DAWE, i woman. HELEN SHERMAN, EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OP MORRIS HORN, nnd the UNITED ST \Ti:s i IF A MERICA, I,, fi IMIII ni NOTICE OF SUIT Tl GARLAND LANTHRl >X and Wll. MA I.ANTIIIH IN. his Wife, RESII i KNIT: UNKNOWN, \I.I:KI:T GENE DAWE, a single man, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN, i 'ATHLEEX DAWE, a single woman, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN .,n,i the unknown spouse of any dei int. whose inn; Ital status inot stati ,1 If living, nnd If any ,.f the named defendants are lead, ih. unknown heirs devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditor*, trustees "i other claimants dalmtna hv, through, under or against any of the above named defendants who are de%  • n sod: Vu i are hereby notified that the .ii„.\. t'Hptinned action has be A n instituted imnlnsi > ou In the '' i • oi :ii. Elevi nth Judii Clri-uit of I'l.,i Ida in and for Dade County t.. for, closi mortgage upon the followlna desci Ibed i eal mpi I Lol ::. Bli ck 69 I IR8T ADDITION Tl' 'A Ki it. CITY, accordllt; to the Plat thi n of, recorded In Plal 60, Pagi 19, of the Public Ri ,,i I lade Count}, Florida logi • hi r with all structures, Improvements. mi,i flxtui• attached ii" You ai, required to file your answer ti, plaintiff's i-omplnlnl wi:h the Clerk of ih.aforesaid Court, *, r;. \ thereof i n plaintiffs nttorne} M VRT1N FINE, I Ith I Dade Pi deral Bldg Miami !, I Ida, not later than November 5, oi a Decree I 'ro I "onfesso ill len tereil against you. I lated Si pti ml,, i 28, 1962. i: 11 LE VTHERMAN, Clerk, i % %  HI Court, I Li I.' 'ounty, I-Im-Ma By: K. M. LYMAN De|iut} Clerk M VRTIN FINK Attorney for Plaintiff i ith Floor i '.i'lFederal Hide Miami 32, Florida i" 5-12-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.N CHANCERY No. 62C 10960 JOANN I IN AN. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN I l-'INAN. I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl .li 'UN .1 l-'INAN i-1 i 'Union Avenue Brooklyn :i\ New York You, JOHN J. FIN AN. an hen b} notified that a Bill of Complaint t"r i iivorce has bei n fii,1 against you, and you are required in servi a cop} of >" II Answer or Pleading i" the Bill .,f Complaint .,n the Plaintiff* attorney, MELVIX FINN. SI" Bis. cayne Building, Miami, I;•.. and file the original Answer ..i Pleading the office "f the Clerk of th. Court ..n or befon the 19th N"\. mber, 1962, othi i Isi I hi ii.. of said Complaint II li as confessed by you. This notice shall bt published once each week for four conseeutlvi weeks in THE JEWISH I l.iiltlHIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Minn". I-1..1,1... ilii* 12th da} "i tVtober, A.D i:••',:' K B LEATHERM KN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Count}. Kloi Ida (seal) Bj K \i LYMAN Deput} cl.rk MELVIX FINN ::i" HIsi in ne Bids, Minim, lln Attorne) for Plaintiff 10 19-26, u 2-9 Circuit da} "i allegataki n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7056 • ;AVI..IHH .1 WILLIAMS. Plaintiff, vs. PEARL Rl 'SK WILLIAMS. 11. f. ndant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti: I'l: N 1:1. Rl ISI: WILLIAMS 106 Brooks Street l % %  .,-! Bosmn, Massachusetts You. PEARL HUSK WILLIAMS, ar* hereb] notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce hag been filed against you. and you are required to serve a cop} <-f your Answer of Pleadlnc t" ih. Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney. LEWIS F COHEN, il'." S.W. First Street, Suit* :',iT. Miami 86, Florida and file the original Answet oi Pleading In the office in the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before the ".ih da) ol November, 1962, if you fail to do *'•. judgment b) default will be taken against you for the relief deninnded in the mil ,,i Complaint. Thl* notlci shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeke in THE JEWISH IT.i IRI1 'IAN DONE VND ORDERED at Minn-'. Plot Ida, this 1st da} % %  : < %  tobet A. % 1962 E II I.K VTHERMAN, Clerk it i -..iiit. I '.oi,. i "ounty, I'l % %  i (seal) Bj '' P i'"i'i'l..\N'l' Deput} Clerk LEWIS P, COHEN 1 I ." SW 1st Si Suit! '-''iT Miami 26, Fl ..—I'll I 10,5-12-19-26



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Oewish Flomdian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY '.'chime 35 — Number 42 Miami, Florida, Friday. October 19. 1962 Two Sections — Fiice 20 British Nazi Gets Nine-Month Term SAYS ADMINISTRATION WELSHES GOP Slams Johnson United Nations Report On Status of Refugees WASHINGTON —(JTAI— Chair I %  :::. William E. Miller, of the Re|: HI National Committee, anI ed this week that "the Re|i ican Party cannot support such liiri unrealistic plan" as the Arab [refugee repatriation proposals of i llir Joseph E. Johnson, special [emissary of the United Nations J.l<>tine Conciliation Commission. h... Miller's statement was re|jc..-td as a formal policy expressof the Republican National i mmittee, Chairman Miller, who is a memof Congress from New York | ftate, charged that the State Dell ..:: incut's "conflicting policy pro• ouncements on the Johnson pro, • •sal will nut lend themselves to establishment of peace in the Near Fast and will, on the con[irary, contribute to increased tenn In the Republican view, he said. : inot to be expected that Isj would accede to the propos-| • i rms. It is obvious that, willingly or unwillingly, a mass of i timan Arab refugees would t> i k repatriation." On Wednesday, Oct. 3, Mr. U ; ncoln White, the press relations officer for the State DepartT.ent. announced our Government's agreement with the recommendations set forth in Dr. J-seph E. Johnson's Report to 'he Palestine Conciliation Commission of the United Nations • rent a solution of -the Arab 'eich orders. However, details obtained from reliable sources said that copies of the regulations were aboard every ship ot the Sixth Fleet, although the orders were in fact only haphazardly applied. One interpretation was that the orders were of an "advisory" rather than "mandatory" nature. On some ships, apparently. Jewish personnel may be refused shore leave for "diplomatic reasons" because of the Ara mspired ban. On other vessels, the regulations are ignored, and Jews granted the same shore privileges accorded to other men. A question of application seems to hinge on whether the Jewisn Personnel are "transient," in which case most captains seemingly ignore the regulations. e.l that Christians set aside a special day of atonement "for the nightmare that anti-Semitism has brought to the Jewish people, over the age," suggesting "Kristallnacht" on Nov. 9, as an appropriate occasion. On this day in 1938. the Nazis in Germany launched their attack upon the synagogues. Dean Gruber, who was thrown into concentration camps for aidj ing Jews, proposed also that Christians support Israel, a nation which he said was "born out of the recent holocaust and out of the sufferings of past centuries." I passion for the needs of the Arab peoples, who fortunately have nations and lands and resources with which to work out their salvation." "Dean Gruber urged that West Germany establish diplomatic relations with Israel immediately, adding that "consideration for Arab countries should not prevent us from doing that which we recognize as a moral responsibility." He disclosed that he would lead a group of German Christians to Israel next month "so that they Reds Attack Missile Sale LONDON — (JTA) — Red Star, organ of the Soviet Defense Ministry, denounced Israel this week as an aggressor nation and charged that "American Zionist circles" had induced the United States to agree to sell Hawk ground-to-air missiles to Israel. "The Hawk deal did not take place without a hand from the Zionists," the publication asserted. may come to dedicate themselves "Through its ties with the Zionist Continued on Page 7-A Continued on Page 3-A Soviet Opens New Trial of 15 Jews ii 11 inn imm—niiin— % %  mwil iiiiiMnHnnnianni>**>**sflaanH LONDON— (JTAi —Fifteen Jews are on trial in Czernovitz, a city in Bukovina annexed to Soviet Ukraine after World War II, charged with speculating in gold and foreign currency, according to a report received here from Moscow. The report quotes the Soviet Ukrainian newspaper Pravda Ukrainy as stating that the trial started sevl eral days ago. The paper listed all the names of the accused and emphasized that many Jews in Chernovitz have relatives abroad. About j 30 percent of the 150.000 residents of the city are Jews. The newspaper asserted that 55 pounds of gold ingots, diamonds, and foreign currency was found in possession of members of "tho ring." It revealed that among the accused was an 81-year-old man. Alter Bronstein, who was accused in currency dealings amounting to more than $100,000. Yefim Margoshes, described by the Soviet newspaper as a railroad Continued on Page 5-A



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Page 12-B *Jenist ftcridfi^r UNDER THE STtJCT AND C0MSJAK1 LOCAL tAtuOIICAL SUPUVtSHM Of KABBI TIBOK H. STEM Friday, Oclcb->3 -y,L Simchas Torah TISHR! 22nd and 23rd Days October 20th and 21st Jo our many -rrienas ana K-^ustomers ana J lieir jj-anulies


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Fridav. October 19, 1962 T'JtnisI' ffr/nrrffidr/n Page 11-A Charge Johnson Report is Pro Arab AJTY. GEN. KENNEDY FMMftlCK W. RICHMOND Robert Kennedy to Receive AJCongress Advancement of Human Freedom Award By Special Report Attorney General Robert F K< n has been named winner of 1962 Stephen s Wise Award i n bj the American .1 e w i h rcss "for advancing human lorn." ii has been announced i j Dr, Joachim Prinz, president i 'ongress ': in' award will be presented I i %  ., Attorney General :ii a banquet G Waldorf Astoria hotel Sunevening, Oct. 2R. Shad IV! %  r, %  irman of the Governing Couni the Congress, will serve as quet chairman, The Stephen S. Wise Award New Magazine Out in Israel By Special Report NEW YORK — The American Jewish Committee announced here the publication in Israel of the first le of its independent Hebrew guage magazine. The magazine ims to encourage cultural creavity in Israel and to increase tual understanding between IsI and .lews in other countries, Entitled Amoth (Evaluations), bi-monthly perioi s Commentary. It is edited by ino Grodzensky who. before emigrating to Israel ten years ago. as editor of the Yiddisher Kema Yiddish language literary gazine published in this coun-' He also served as editor of the Jewish Frontier. The magazine is part of the s new educational and cultural ixchange program in Israel. In %  bruary 1962, the Committee tied an office in Israel to develop this program. "for exemplifying individual achievement" will be presented at the banquet to Frederick W. Richmond, president of Ihe Urban League of Greater New York and chairman o* the board of the Carnegie Hall Corporation. The awards were established in 1949 bj the American Jew ish Ci < ess on 'In 75th birthday of Rabbi Stephen Wise, a founder and long-time leader df the organiza tion i'i i \: iu nners of the award include former President Many S. Truman, Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, Sen. Herbert II. 1,elm. an. Elmer Davis and Federal Judge .1. Waties Waring. Organizations that have been given the Stephen s. Wise Award include tin National A-sn for the Advance ment of Colored People, the American Assn. for Jewish Education, and The New York Times Dr. Alfred J. Marrow, former chairman of the New York City Commission on Intergroup Rela tions. served achairman of the committee that selected Attornej General Kennedy. Committee members "ere Lloyd K. Garrison and Ephraim S. London. Frank Abrams was chairman of the committee that .-elected Richmond. Members of the committee were Jacob Leiehtman and Solomon N. Pitchers. Continued from Page 1-A rael's continued willinqness to ioin wi'h the Arab countries in "complete disarmament with mutual inspection, covering all types of weapons" and "d ; rect negotiations as the only means for solving all differences." added a warning that "as ions aArab belligerency" continIsrael had no choice but to "i:.Kt all necessary measures to be capable ol protecting itself." indirectly to the recent I'. men states decision to sell detensive Hawk missiles to Israel, Mrs Meir rejected Arab objections to the decision, she cited the lieets 11 heavy bombers amassed : and the statements by ; resideut Nassi r that his rocket's could hit any part of Israel, and •' marked that it was •ironical" that an Egyptian spokesman • should complain loudlj from this m" over the lact thai Israel lissiles which could be used only -tor | roti etior -• attacks from the air.' %  'p, basic pi rblem which the Assembly must understand tvas Mia: the Arab states den> Is %  ai right to exist and J!.,.; this denial "has a direct bearinj on [stressing refugee problem." She reminded the Assembly that Israel was willing and had always beer, willing ;• %  discuss with tne Arab governments what can in-; oe done to secure the future oi tne refugees in the light oi tne poiitical and economic realties ot Hie region. She contrasted the "love and devotion" with which Israel has r< ceived thousand.oi Jewisn refugees forced to leave other countries with the treatment the Arab countries have given tne Arab i elugees, Dr. Davis' report asserted that not only the refugees but the Arab people as a whole fee! deeoly that an injustice" had been done to the refuaee-,; that implementation of a 19<3 UN resolution calls for "renatriation" or compensation or resettlement of the refugees as "demanded;" that UNRWA should not sponsor work projects, particularly those which might lead to resettlement of any of the refugees; and that the Arab refugees most "cross an international boundary" to end their present plight. Dr. Davis made it plain he meant Israel's boundary, ii sisted also that one factor in the | continued plight of the reft was the "overall economic limitations" ol host countrii s E Jordan. Lebanon and Syria ti sorbing the refugees. "A major proposition of the refugees must cross an internal boundary if thej are to find lit able emplov ment without i i art oi the host countrii to uneconomic m< it," hi wrote lie dealt bri fly with exti criticism ol I NRWA tor giving relief on ration cardheld ilies of refugees who died with the families nong the death.-. He said there had been "some rectifii ation." but a table to hich he referred showed only that among refugees removed from the UNRWA rati in r ills there \ en 10.030 t been absorbet by israd between 1930 and 1953 lie n %  that ai i Jum 30, l!Ki2. there w< re 1,174,760 refugees Ahmed Ben Bella, in his first address at the UN as Prime Minister of Alge'ia, told the Assmb'y this we?k that "our brother Arab people of Palestine must have their legitimate rights reestablished." He uraed "implementation" of all UN restlutions "upporting this right." '-His stand lined Algeria up with -he anti Israel Arab bloc at the UN, and in efrct rebuffed Mrs. Meir''ter, made before the Isra. 'liament last June ?nd rc?etv. ; her UN add-ess 'his week, that Israel would be haopy to establish "with independent Algeria the same beneficial relationship as exists between us and other new states." Foreign Minister Emir Feisal, .f Saudi Arabii also spoke at the Assembly, continuing the customary An i' assaults on Israel, He called tor elimination of the Jewish State, said the Arabs would "never abandon Pale-tine as a niatti r of principle," and denounced the decision on -ale of the Hawk missiles. Insurance fxec of Confab General agent George Bernstein, CLU, ol Coral Gables, has qualified to attend the Protective Lite Insurance Company 1!H12 all-star sales conference at Boca Raton, Bernstein qualified as a result of his record during the past 13 monthHe habeen a Protective Lite representative since 1955 DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A 0 of the ancient sophisticates Western European civilization. ise real child the IN was ant to be. And. among others. ost of these are no more than i graphic expressions, m some which cannibalism has yet to be stamped out. and in none of vhich there are human civilizations as complex as any in Brit •on, France, or Italy even a thousand years ago. The UN of 1962. a towering Babel, is not the UN of 1945. Neither is the Israel of today the Israel of Herzl's dream. Opposing forces like the United States and the Soviet Union, implacable monolith-, all vying lor the ft -lop of the African "upstarts. and draining their economies in the form of foreign aid to buy this friendship, will have to I and together tomorrow in protection of their quasi-common cultural roots if they are to survive the challenge of the once dark continent. And. if the educators on both sides of the Atlantic have their way. American Jews and Israeli Jews will be banning together, among themselves and as two separate croups, to form a larger union based on the heri(age of their glorious Hebrew pas t—b u t with contemporary Western values the central key to their future. J. M. LIPTON INSURANCE AGENCY INC. > GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONDS 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA. FR 1-5631 FR 7-1671 Cushing Urges Understanding ROME — iJTA) — The Ecumenical Council is "the occasion for Catholics. Protestants and Jews to Know each other better." Richard Cardinal Cushing. of Boston, declared here tinweek. Cardinal Cushinc is one of the five American prelates heading 240 members of the American hierarchy scheduled to participate in the Council. "There are many differences among us." Cardinal Cushing said."Biit there are still more things that we have in common. I have always invited Catholics not to lock themselves in their own communities, and I can say the same in regard to Protestants and Jews "We must stand together, love each other and know each other. In Boston, there are conferences between Catholics, Protestants and Jews. All are praying for the success of this Council. The Jewish community and the Protestants have sent me their best wishes for our Council's work." While an Israel Government delecation officially participated in the ceremonial opening, neither Israel nor any Jewish community outside of Israel will have observers at the session. Jewish leaders have submitted memoranda to the Vatican in anticipation that the Ecumenical Council might agree to eliminate j passages in the Catholic liturgy ; harmful to Jews and modify in Catholic textbooks all references which are offensive to Jews. They also focused attention on the "Christ-killer" doctrine which creates a false image of the Jew in the minds of many Christians and stressed the need for a permanent Church body to deal with means of bettering Catholic-Jewsh relations. There is only one WELCOME WAGON 30 years of experience fostering good will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 8-4994 Tmpire State Club Empire State Club of Florida will hold its monthly meeting 111 v. Thursday evening at the Barcelona hotel. Chairman of the entertainment committee is Ben Wolf Pres ident of the group is Lou Gold. i



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Page 4-A. vk-nist noridi^r Friday. October *i I tie iK-tween"',,. 1 and diaspora Jewry. Previously, what had been fell f or non .Israel was, an ioconspjabU: yearning toward the —frstLV 1 historic idea. The idea has since been fulfilled, at leasttotk' tent of the reestablishment of a Jewish nation, even if net Jewish exodus there: and the danger now looms that self-saiiiS' will replace yearning, apathy erode self-satisfactnn. and la,** achieve final ascendancy over apathy. "W As the educators saw it. to guard against these likely dmk nients. a steppod-up program of Jewish education -hould be i2 mented immediately. Glory in the common heritage must not place reminiscence in the fulfillment of the common dream iv of course, clearly means wider understanding of Hel language, no less than as the tongue of the Bibl literatures. It appears to me. however, that these considerations should ik imply a reciprocal interest in Israel to learn the w v, of nnnlsr Jewry. The continuing and inflammatory statements to th trary of David Ben-Gurion would not appear • climate in Israel is conducive to such a re ugh some professional educators there ha' need to stud) the culture of diaspora Jewrj i .. vigorous brand of two-way communication, DILUTION Cf A BASIC PURPOSE W HATEVER THE DEGREE f reciprocit) • %  Pnm< Minister to this neei it rial h< %  • his own, which also n [f renl point of view. Cei the ien-Gui lish over the failure I W to I>ra nbers, and the things In termof historic hindsight, the •: se, which "as tu establish a J< in Palestine for Western Jewry to occup> %  :t scourge of anti-Semitism; 2> the Pi since t!i' reemergence of Isi homeland of which the Her/1 variety Zionists become a countrj increasinglj peopled bj .' East and North Africa No one would publicly declare, and least Mr i that these Jews are of a lesser order than the Jews of Eur ; if it is not declared, it is certainly implied in anguish, which takes on the overtones of a kind prophecy of impending doom. Zionism as a political idea spawned utti manicured hearts and minds of West European wry, modermri as a popular philosophy out of the roots ol hist ri< Jewii Zionism in the form of actual colonization cami '.uth the toil ait sweat of the Jews from Eastern Kurope. who arrived m Palest* fired by the visions of the llerzl drawing room philosopher^ Vienna, Paris, and London. TWO WAY COMMUNICATION WlllY NILLV COR THESE JEWS — Europeans all was Israi intend! %  as Ben-Gurion sees it. if Israel is to survive and compete in t : day's world, her science and technology and govi i men) muS rooted in the culture from which modem Zionisn lerived. Knar should the Jews of the Middle East and Africa in his vii as, endancy — at least not as they are constituted I day; or tl of his vision is a goner. I rather imagine the Prime Minister is i specially %  one regards the cultural status of these Jews, which is medieval' best, and their exploding birth rate, which makes the WesternJ i-h birthrate in Israel seem retrograde bj con i |: failed in any significant numbers to inspire i: Wesi ,.nd from the U.S particularly, he has l thing to "westernizing" the Eastern Jews as i possibieal least before their own values dilute the achievement that is the hallmark of the West l' means a crash program in educatioi itj anything American Jewrj intends curriculum during the next few years Neithi truction be the same, American Jews m l! • heritage, if they arc to act upon the anxict> %  who believe that Jewish survival in the diasi identification with Israel while Mr. Ben-Gu iltaneously regard the indoctrination of h • the ways of the West as the best possibli '. ^M um Willy-nilly the two-waj communii .-'^H day — however much Mr Ben Guri iltural enlightenment as a d Strangely, a parallel situation exists v v ilthough on a global scale an n : '"' the I nited Nations formed o saj • Ihel-N" friend* UN AS A CHILD Of TM WIST IT WOULD BE proper and humanitarian t child of the peoples of Ihe world, who can • the last war to guarantee againsl I ."'. ^i as i! is proper to declare that Israel symbolize he fu a j rophec) and thai the Law ol R I lice excludes no J.'W except the cl : the Law of Return is exclusive in spirit '" rilC rf it is no secret that Israel was intended to be "'.,1 de* I pressed Western Jewry Neither did the L'niti 1 Na, 'r~ ,, as an altruistic instrument ol prophetic visioi ,-one* to be a mutual protective association %  allies Chiank Kai -lick's tottering < ing among them -_ an association protecting eacl the oilier, and those of the vanquished enemy The Security Council veto, if nothing els Soviet Union's current campaign to destroy b> il rroika principle the secretary generalr live arm of the UN reaffirms the prool "''''' 109, with newly members are now !,s "' voting pants In the Gi h m, Upper Volta. Ivory Coast, and I as the 110th member all enjoy the -' Continued on Page 11-A



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Friday. October 19. 1962 +Jewistirk>r£dfeui Page 3-B Sen. McCarthy to Address National ORT Conference Here Next Tuesday • Golden Godmother designated by Cedars of Lebanon in the current fund-drive is Mrs. Julian Robinson, with her husband. Dr. Robinson (seated left), at a re; :rd reception. They were greeted by trustee Elliott ... .al (center) who expressed appreciation of the hostc Mrs. Robinson for her generosity. Cedars 'Book of Healing' to be Dedicated At Auxiliary Ceremonies Here Oct. 29 Mrs. Max Rosenberg, national president, will be among major speakers to address the 1962 national board conference of Women's American ORT next Tuesday through Thursday at the FontainebIF"su notel. -"-." Sou'hern Florida region will be host to the national conference. I cal delegates will include Mrs Congress Women In Member Tea Miami chapter of the American Jewish Congress held a membership tea at the home of its | • %  idcnt, Mrs Sam Penehanskj I ave., Coi B ay Guest speaker was Mra \ I Mamlet, pr< Women's Division. Acting as hostesses were the cf-' ficers of the chapter, under the direction of Mrs. Fred Weiss, vice president in charge of membership. Assisting were Mcsdames Louis Gold, Samuel Rosenstein, Julius Schwartz. Richard Votra, Herbert Zame. Anna Mae Weiss, Anne Heidenrich. Isaac Weinberger, Leo Drutz, and Ed Goldstein. Cedar; of Leban >n Hospital's bronze Took cf Healing," an arlistic memorial •> the generosity women, will be officialtailed in its place of honor at the hospital on M n lay. Oct. 29. %  p n Vuxiliary pres:ient. Mrs. NaI Levin, will preside at a n ceremony featuring a "Blessinj for the Blessed" conRabbi X>rman N. Shai ual lea I tr >f CongregaBetl David. ..ting in the solemn will be ro Imothers and ians, %  • names have bern insi bed in the pages of the ronze b I k These are [ Iributtrs wh 1 ; ive financial Ibuil: ind sustain the j tal • ;h gifts and I n ti: s ia^es are Life worn living $300 three-year period, and Godmothers, gving $1,000 payable over a five-year period. The book, a highly original piece I of baroque bronze-casting, is I mounted on j four-ft.-high pedestal of Italian marble set upon rollers for easy mobility. The entire i piece weiahs more than 400 lbs., and was designed by Edward Arnold, presid >nt of American Bronze Awards Co., of Miami Beach, who has been cr-':>*ing unique memorials and tablets in silver an bron se tor more than 50 years. At the dedication ceremonies, a tribute v ill be given in honor of Mrs. Edward '•' %  '. Broidy, who endowed the memorial two years ago. Members if the Auxiliary expected to participate in the consecration formalities will include more than 300 Life Guardians and Godmothers and a substantial number of new donors who will enroll before the leaves of the bronze book are closed. OADE COUNTY'S NEWEST AND FINEST FACILITY f-^aln aimetto CONVALESCENT HOME Complete care for bed and ambulatory patients. 24-hour H.N. care, dieteticallr controlled meals. 100% air-conditioning and heated. Tour Inspection Jnriled. /600 SW 8th ST., Miami, r-.a. Modesto Otero, Administrator At PaimeMo By-Pass Telephone 226-2525 TETLEY TEA INSTANT OR IN BAGS NtW r.olii lend lea Wild lap Water. Tetley has that full, wonder. ful "tiny little tea leaf flavor". Harry Rosenblatt, president of the Southeast Florida region; Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, immediate past president; Mrs. Florence Kupperman, and Mrs. Samuel Avrach, members of the executive board. In addition to Mrs. Rosenberg, also to appear in a major address will be U.S. Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy (D-Minn). Ruth will be heard at the Tuesday, Oct. 23 ses:lion at 7:30 p.m. Some 300 top leaders from all parts of the United States are expected to attend the conference, which will deal with current problems facing 'lie 600-school netv ti nal schools. Als i 5ch< uled is a "Wot' ORT Fashion Show," narratt • Margaret Newman St earn, on j Thi ; Oct. 25, at a session at 1:30 p.m. The show will feature a premiere of dresses from Iran. Israel, Morocco and Tunisia, designed and executed by young ORT students. At the sessions, special emphasis will be placed on the further expansion urgently needed of ORT schools in France and Israel, and ways and means of meeting the pressing demands in the world for skilled industrial workers. • At-home glamor from Iran : hot-pink, shaggy silk sleeveless, boat-necked top subtly understated by CO pants in black wool jersey This bright ensemble waa signed and executed by Tamar as a symbol of the brightness of her future which v.-us made possible by ORT's vocational program, and it will be premiered at the ORT fashion show Thursday at the Fontainebleau hotel. Tamar is one of Israel's elite women's fashion designers. A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 join the crowds for it's a record-breaker Florida's biggest Burdine's greatest now at six stores miami — new dadeland — miami beach 163rd st. — ft. lauderdale — west palm beach just bring your handy charga-plate and save — save — save



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Page 10-A knitt ftur<**cHn Friday, October 19, The Gladiators By MAX LERNER Now that Jim Meredith is in the midst of his ordeal of going to classes, with U.S. marshals still needed to protect him, the long process of the erosion of student hostility 10 him will he a thine to watch Mv own mind, released for a moment from the tense events at Oxford. Miss., turns back to a couple of other Negroes who had the national spotlight until it shifted to Meredith. Sonnv Liston and Floyd Patterson are the kind of Negroes who are the focus of attention as gladiators. Even a Mississippian could emotionallv afford to go to Chicago to see them fight, or watch them in the privacy of a segregated theater on closed-circuit T\ In fact, the same Mississippians would have been delighted even to cheer Jim Meredith en in a genial way if he had been content to be a gladiator for their entertainment, instead of claiming the right to take political science classes with their sons and perhaps even their daughters. • • • The trouble with Meredith, from the standpoint of the racists, is that he coldly refuses the role of gladiator-entertainer which has been a permitted role for Negroes. He is a fighter, but a new kind of fighter: not for the ring receipts nor for the closed-TV purse, but for the right to discover and develop the ability he has. whether for suecess or failure, on equal terms with other Americans. The tides of popularity have been shifting from Patterson to Liston The man who couldn't pronounce "rehabilitation" at his press conference, and turned it over to his manager to complete for him. mayor mav not be cleared for fighting in New York State, but he is being -rehabilitated" in more ways than one People who spitefully used to call him -bum" 1a term which, as he told Norman Mailer, he cheer fullv accepts) are now using it affectionately, and soon he will be one ot their heroes, and their cheers for him will surprise them but still they will cheer. • • • As gladiators go there is not much wrong with Liston, if we will stop being hypocrites about him. Why should he learn to pronounce •'rehabilitation'" That isn't what they pay him for: he is paid lor his reach and strength and the weight behind his punch. He handled himself well not only at the fight itself but at his press conference the next dav. when his responses to Norman Mailer were genial, effortless, and one of the best pieces of criticism, literary and personal, to have appeared in recent print. Liston will take care of himself from now on. whoever his oppon ents are It is not lor Liston. but for Patterson, that 1 have seme anxiety When a Negro becomes a public figure, as all three of these bovs of roughly the same age have become, loneliness walks constantly with them. Jim Meredith is a lonely man now as he reads his assigned text bock chapters with the U.S. marshals in continuing attendance. It is a lonely thing to enter or leave a classroom, watch il g to see whether one ol the students will say -110110 or "Good morning" to you. measuring the erosion process by those greetings. w< ighing them against the jeers. • • • But whatever the jeers or cheers, I wouldn't change Jim Meredith's loneliness for that of Floy,! Patterson. One of the saddest things 1 have read was Milton Gross's talk with him. with its account of him he drove all night after a fight wearing a false mustache and beard which he had prepared beforehand, expecting to be beaten. It was a harrowing story of a young man so self-distrustful and self hating that his one impulse was to blot out his own Identity. It is lure that Jim Meredith conns through so beautifully, neither hiding his identity nor blazoning it. but quietly, with dignity, asserting that h< is what he i-. must do what he is dome, and do no other. Despite the Mood and bitterness of Oxford, it is a good thinfor a voting Negro to be preparing himself for functioning in America tomorrow and on all the tomorrows not as a paid, cheered and booed ..nor, but as a hi man being Dr. Stein Will Speak at One-Day Histadrut Meet Dr Sol Stein, national executive director of the National Committee tor Labor Israel, will -hare speaKing honors with Consul Genera David Toher at the Oct. 28 annual inference of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, DI Stein will talk at the noon luncheon a the Seville hotel, which will highlight the day-lone conclave Announcement was made by Rabbi Leon Kronish. conference Chairman. He came to the United States in 1940 from Belgium, where he had been Jewish National Fund director for five years Prior to joining the National Committee tor Labor Israel. Dr. Stein directed JNF activities for 19 years in Phil adelphia and surrounding territory. Born in Vilna, he taught in the Tarbut schools there until 1925, when he went to study economics in Belgium. After gaining a doc. torate at the University of Ghent, he continued his activities in the Labor Zionist movements in Poland and Belgium, editing Franco-Yiddish papers in the latter country. Several hundred delegatefrom the Poale Zion. Farband, Pioneer Women, and other Zionist organizations will attend the one day con ference. which marks the 10th anniversary of the organization of tinIsrael Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami. Joseph P. Zuckerman has been named chairman of the arrangements committee for Ihe conclave Committee members include Irving M. Sachs, Max Ilecht. Mr-. Miriam Halperin, Jacob Schachter, Max Astor, Harry Sack-. Simon Tetcnbaum, Sam Jackson, Dr. Simon Wilensky, Mrs Sonia Bobbins and .1 /., Stadlan, president of the Irael Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami. OR. SOt STEIN Special Service At Beth David A special service will be inaugurated at Beth David for children and teen-agers on the eve of Simchas Torah. To be held in the main sancturary, beginning at 7:15 p.m.. teen-agers and pre Bar Mitzvah bovs will take the place of adults in the Torah processions. Service leader will be Robert Stone; Torah reader. Edwin Pont; and chanter. Bruce Kaler. Refreshments will he served by the Sisterhood under the chairmanSinai Founders Mark Birthdays Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Biv nital was to hold a combined meeting and birthday celebration at the Carillon hotel Thursday The group, compose i 11 and women who have .tribute! a minimum of 150,000 | ward Mt Sinai Hospital, celebrated thi day occasions of five ol :'. bers. Honored were Founders Jerry Blank, Benjamin Kane and Howard Kar.e. Ben Markowitz and Max Schlcssberq. The club's traditional birthday affairs are hsM to horor these occasions beginning at age 35 and at Syear intervals thereafter. According to Leonarl Wiea, chairman of the club, the birthdays of the honorees at Thurs day's function occurred during the summer months. Wien. on behalf of Ml Sinai Hospital and its board of trustees, was to present each honoree with an onyx paperweight carrying the seal of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Founders Club, the name of thi recipient, and the date ol the occasion. .ship of Mrs. James Young and Mrs, Ben Plotkin Do you think a good Dolitical novel will ever be written around a hero like Jim Men lith and an episode like the one that happened on the campus at Oxford. Miss.? Or perhaps a political pla> When 1 saw the pla> from C. P. Snows novel. "The Affair, which has been dramatized, staged and acted with elegance. I saw an effort to use a staid Cambri college as an arena for a sharp and searching encounter of political ideawhose inner ferocity peered out although just bare'o through the mask of urbanity which Snow s teration still wears unlike today's Dead End kids But who will dare take up the challenge of the enactments of violence obscenity and spewed-forth hate on the Mississippi campus so unlike Snows as theme for a play ol ideas which would have de,i Bernard Shaw | assii n for paradox and mischief m ideas, but whi ih would get out • ntrol of any American dramatist l Know today? • • • The Meredith-written statement, assailing the Army which was called out to protect him. must seem a bombshell to many who were on its s.de. but while 1 'hink it was an avoidable mistake to issue it. 1 .,, %  it as a refusal to play the game Everyone has talked of him as champion ol ii tegration, but he refuses the I uui I [Ming tration. bt '"' ,1,v self and m> peopli \' !" iy. he : ',! 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