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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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~ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olurn: -5 Number 43
Miami. Florida. Friday. October 26. 1962
Two Sections Price 20'
Katz, Dr. Goldmann Told
Argentina to Stop Terror
BUENOS AIRESLabel A. Katz (center), president of B'nai
receives "stronq assurances" from Argentine President
Jose Maria Guido (left! and Minister of Interior Rodolfo Mar-
tinez ... that their government will act firmly against out-
breaks of anti-Jewish terrorism. Martinez will shortly intro-
duce Cabinet decree outlawing anti-Semitic political move-
ments such as the Nazi-like Tacuara.
Police Probe Murder
Of Satmar's Disciple
NEW YORK (.ITA) Special
. I police and detectives
i\ i pi .ling a number of clues
[Mondaj in an effort to trace the
11 eat t<> death a 55-year-
ld Jev Rabbi Bernard Eisdorfer,
it disciple of the S...ir
hbi
orders
ier an

li
At the same time under
I Mayor Robert F. Waj
. itj Commissioner or In-
Louis I Kaplan, a
- under way of all fail's
ime and its aftermath,
i n investigation as to the
lion taken either by the
the city hospital after
dorfer had been found
red.
to police, two youths i
between 17 and 20 are being
sought in connection with the
crime The men had beaten Rabbi
Eisdorfer last Monday night and
robbed him of a large sum of mon-
ey, reportedly $2,000. which he
was carrying as donations to sev-
eral Yeshivot in honor of the forth-
coming cele bration of Simchas
Tor ah. He died four days later.
A refugee from Czechoslovakia,
h ho had received rabbinical ordin-
ation as a youth. Rabbi Eisdorfer
was a successful textile merchant
In the Williamsburg section of
Brooklyn, where thousands of Sal
mar adherents live the usual Sim
cli.is Tor ah celebrations were ting-
Continued on Page 16-A
I
M
I
'
Pnphne Rankin. whose
. killed at Dunkirk dur-
War II. said "I fell so
ist could not let him go
Police stopped the
fter Mrs Rankin's ac-
was pr.eceded by sus
I kling of the speaker and
of tomatoes and eggs
"as arrested.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for
^f^rheard organization, the
ccrps" of the British Na-
tional Socialist movement, said
the organization was still oper-
ating and that a meeting of its
members had been held last
week "to boost morale." This
was disclosed by Martin Web-
ster, one of a committee of four
of the neo-Nazis named to run
the movement while leader Colin
Jordan and three top lieutenants
are in jail on conviction of hav-
Continued on Page 9-A
NONtDUCATtD /HCfff ANTI-SCMI1IC
PAGl BA
fORM UNITtD FRONT PACt 10A
NEW YORK (JTA' Two as
surances that official Argentine
steps will be taken at Buenos Aires
to counter anti-Semitic manifesta-
tions in Argentina and to outlaw
political movements there promot-
ing racial or religious discord were
voiced in New York this week
Label A Katz. international pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith, just hack
from Argentina, announced he had
been promised by Argentina's Min-
ister of the Interior. Dr. Ro.lolfo
Martinez, that the latter would
place before the Buenos Aires Cab-
inet a measure that would, among
Other aims, ban the anti-Semitic
BCtivities of groups like the neo-
Nazi Tacuara movement. Cabinet
approval of the draft would amount
to the adoption of a law. since Par-
liament, recently dissolved, is not
expected to reconvene until nexl
year.
A* the same time. Gen. Pedro
Aramburu, former President of
Argentina, and one cf the spon-
sors of the rewly-formed United
Frcnt Aagainst Anti-Semitism in
Argentina, voiced similar assur-
ances to Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
president of the World Jewish
Cc-tgress, and Dr. Maurice L.
Perlzweig. director of the WJC
depar'ment of international af-
fairs. Gen Aramburu is here for
a lecture tour.
Katz. who met in Buenos Aires
last week with three top members
Continued on Page 2-A
Grim JFK Receives Award;
Nation Hears of Quarantine
British Fascist Meet Halted;
Spearhead Vows to Continue
ON(JTAV-:The wife of an American Army colonel lost her
is week over remarks of a speaker at a meeting organized
Fascist Union Movement at Tunbridgc Wells. Kent, and pushed
i i off the platform.
President John F. Kennedy
has been named 1963 recipient
of the America's Democratic
Legacy Award. The citation is
presented annually by the Anil-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith for "distinguished contri-
butions to the enrichment of our
democratic heritage
The announcement came even
as President Kennedy was pre-
paring to face the nation Mon-
day evening to spell out the war
risks involved in a seven-point
program set torth by the U.S.
Government designed to halt the
accretion ol nuclear missiles in
Cuba.
The nation listened grimly
as President Kennedy declar-
ed that a nuclear missile fired
from Cuba on any Western
Hemisphere nation wou'cl con-
stitute ar. attack by the Soviet
Union upon the United States.
The President clearly describ-
ed to a tense U S. the newly-
implement pr03ram of "quar-
antir.e," which would involve
search cf shiLs of all nations
on the high seas, sending car-
goes to Castro's Cuba.
Mr. Kenne. y warned thai ves-
sels failing to comply would be
tired upon and sunk, including
those from the Soviet Union In
his talk to the nation, the Presi-
dent (barged Soviet officials, in-
Cont;nued on Page 6-A
German Group
Urges Reelection
Of Sen. Dirksen
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
racial appeal for the reelection of
Sen Everett Dirksen of Illinois,
the Republican leader, and the re-
turn to the I'pper House of "our
own man" has been made by a Ger-
man American committee in Chi-
cago.
The commitiee. in a letter sent
to the membership lists of 225 Ger-
man societies in the Chicago area
warmly defended the Raiser's Ger
many an 1 Hitler's Third Reich
against charges of responsibility
for two world wars, and accused
the Democratic Party of being anti-
German and responsible for both
wars,
A staff writer of the Washington
Evening Star pointed out that "Sen.
Dirksen is of German descent. His
Democratic opponent. Rep. Sidney
R. Yates. is Jewish and the son if
Polish (Jewish) immigrants''
The letter, on Dirksen for Sen-
ator stationery, stated in part
that "flamed to a high pitch by
Continued on Page 5-A
Report Kennedy Moving Toward
Peace Between Israel and Arabs
NEW YORK(JTA)President Kennedy "is continuing diplomatic
negotiations" aimed at bringing the Aral, states together for pea
negotiations with Israel. Rep. Emanuel Celler, New York Democrat,
asserted here this week,
Moscow Synagogue Attacked Again
NEW YORK (JTA) For the
time during the current
' a son, a brick was thrown
ht through the window
M< scow Central Synagogue.
ing to a dispatch to the Nem
Herald Tribune from David
Miller, one of the newspaper's cor-
respondents in the Soviet capital.
similar occurrence had taken
It the synagogue on the eve
11 Rpaa Hashaoo, but. at that time,
services had not yet begun,
'he latest desecration, which en-
dangered Israel".- Ambassador in
Moscow. Yosef Tekoah. occurred
during the mass singing and dan.
ing in the house of worship where
Simchas Torah was being observ-
ed, MiHei reported. The newsman
was standing next to Mr Tekoah.
;n a special enclosure in the syna-
gogue set aside for the Israeli diplo-
matic mission, when the brick flew
through the window, showering a
number of persons with glass
splinters. The synagogue, at the
time was crowded with thousands
Speaking at a meeting of the
Brooklyn Jewish Community Coun
cil, the New York Congressman re-
called that, -hortly alter taking
office, Mr. Kennedy sent letters
to the heads of each of the Arab
Miller reported, while states in "a major initiative."' Rep.
thousands of -lews milled about in Celler said that, until now. "unfor-
the street outside innately, this has not succeeded.
President Kennedy is undismayed
No one was injured in Friday a|)(| js contmujng diplomatic uego
nights attack, according to Miller. | tiations along these ,ini.s no
After a brief, shocked silence, he
reported, the congregation inside,
as well as the many Jews packed
into the street outside, continue.I
singing and dancing. The celebra-
tion was led by Moscow's Chief
Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin. Miller
Continued on Pa.g 11-A
stated.
Rep. Celler told the Brooklyn
meeting that, "while our grants
to Israel have come to an end"
because Israel "no longer neeefs
grants," United States loans to
Continued on Page 7-A
Jewish Unit
Visits Poland
PARIS(JTA)A group of 35
American Jewish leaders, headed
bj Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, ex-
ecutive vie* president of the Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal, arrived here
this week from a four-day visit to
Poland the first by an American
Jewish group to postwar Poland.
The Jewish leaders, part of a
138-member UJA study Mission to
Europe aid Israel, gathered here.
conferred in Poland with religious
and cultural leaders of the Jewish
((immunity. They were welcomed
by the Mayor of Warsaw, Jamusi
Zarzycki.
Mayor Zarzycki emphasized
Ihe Nazi slaughter of the Jews
in Poland and the determination
of the Polish government to live
all possible aid to the remaining
Jews to restore their economic
and cultural life. The mayor de-
clared that no anti-Jewish dis-
crimination existed in Poland,
and that all doors were open to
Jews in government, in every
type of school and in state enter-
prises. That evaluation was
confirmed by Jewish community
le*Jers in Warsaw in their talks
with members of the UJA dele-
gation.
Rabbi Friedman told lh( War-
saw leaders that American Jewry
Continued on Page 8-A


Page 2-A
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Friday, October 26. 1962
Israeli Diplomat to Arrive Here Friday
For Miami Beach Histadrut Conference
of service as Israel's
ranking mo
suit in the United States. baa
ed in top Zionist and
positions in Germany
Consul General
Israel will arrive
David Tesher of
here Friday
M
Discussing plans for the 10th anniversary conference of the
Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami are left to right)
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Na=h and Mcshe Beirnan. executive di-
rector of the committee. The Noshes left for Israel prior to
the one-day conclave, scheduled Sunday at the Seville hotel
after helping arrange for the visit here of Israeli Consul Gen.
David Tesher. While in IsrcV. they will dedicate a major
contribution to the Histadrut Kupat Holirr..
Argentine to Halt Anti Sm'tism
Continued from Page 1-A
of the Cabinet, as well as Presi-
dent Jost Mario Guido. said the
Argentine chief of state had given
him "Strong assurances" that the
Government would act "firmly" to
protect its Jewish citizens as io
their physical safety as well as to
their political rights
"The President said," Katz re-
ported, 'that he personally in-
structed police authorities to see to
it that there would be strict en-
forcement of the law against anti-
Semitic vandalism and violence."
Among others with whom the
B'nai B'rith leader met. and from
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Dr. Carlos M Muaoz, and Minister
of the Econom) Livaro Llsojaray.
In his cc- ference with Dr.
Goldmann and Dr. Perzweig, Ce.-i.
Aramburu expressed conficsne*
that, as a resuit cf cVMtifirMonal
dec sions recently taken by the
Argentinian Government, stabil-
i*y wot ; be reestablished in the
country following the general
elections scheduled for next year.
Declaring that the anti-Semitic
totalitarian groups in his country
were "a tiny- minority" led by "ob-
wuu-ly abnormal people." the for-
mer Argentine Presioent sari sup-
pression of anti-Semitism was "in
ubstance a poiice porblem. wkicb
could be dealt w.th without diffi-
culty on short order
Shalom Cruise
Plans as Usual
It was bu-iness as usual Wednes-
day in the Miami Beach headquar-
ters of Zim Lines, as preparations
v ere completed for the arrival here
Nov 4 of the SS Jerusalem
Akiva Goffer, vice president of
American-Israeli Shipping Co.
iFla.). Inc. said his office is in
constant communication with Unit-
ed States authorities, and "there
has been absolutely nothing done or
said to alter plans for the gala
Caribbean cruises of the Jerusal-
em."
Reservations are being acceptel
for all cruises, including the 12-
day Shalom Cruise on N'ov 9 to
20 sponsored by the Greater Miami
Israel Assn. They may be ma le
at the Zim offices, 407 Lincoln R
bldg.
Goffer added that no shipping line
in the area, including Zim. con-
templated changing its scheduled
itineraries. He said that in the
event I'.S. State Departme.v j ;
thorities inform Zim othei .
money for reservations made ji
any of the Israeli line's cru -
would be promptly refunded
morning to take part in ? series
; ttvi ies ce^brating the 10th an
niversary of the foun:in of the
lifM "Histadrut "VWmmittee f
Grea'er Miami, according to J. Z.
Stadlan. president
The Israeli diplomat will be fet-
.1:30 a.m., Sunday, at a spec-
ial breakfast meeting at the Delano
hotel >f the Business and Profess-
!c-r>*| C tuncil for Kupat Holim His-
tadrut in Greater Miami. Mr-
Anna Brenner Meyers, new chair-
man )f the Council, will be host
Tesher will be 'he guest of hon-
or and principal speaker at the
a -rtuai conference of the Israel
Histadrut Committee at the Se-
villa hotel. Ht will speak at a
noon luncheon Sunday on current
deve'opments in the State of Is-
rael. Rabbi Leon Kronish is
chairmar of the one-day conclave.
ih Temple Be?h SSolom spiri-
tual ssdsr is honorary chairman
3: via Israel Histadrut Commit-
tee.
\ .i i gntertainment program co-
featuring Mr. and Mrs Michl Gib
a-. : Miss Carol Donn will be
presented during the luncheon pro-
jra
Miss Donn. it Miami Beach, who
has traveled throughout the United
Stated, ."a::j.ia, Japan, the Philip-
Choi Chapter
Oneg Shabbat
Jhai chapter. B'nai 3'nth Wom-
en, will hold an Oneg Shabbat on
Friday evening, 3:30 p m at Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
\-.r: 1235 Washington ave.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Al-
fred Reich, president of District 5.
B'nai B'rith Women
Also on the program as a speak-
r will be Irving Sehauman. past
president of Miami Beach Lodge of
3'nai B'rith.
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Israel. He was director of in?!?
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pines and Korea in her work, war Foreign Affairs during the
soprano soloist at Radio City Music' crisis.
i Hall. She has appeared on Arthur
Sioaj
Godfrey's television show, and won
lirst prize in Florida in the Metro-
politan Opera auditions
Mlcnl Gibson is a noted inter-
preter of Jewish songs and poetry,
and is celebrated for his pantomine
and satire. He is one of the re-
nowned stars of the Yiddish thea
ter in America.
Rabbi Kronish will report on
progress in plans for the new med-
ical center in Beersheba. capital
city of Israel's Negev desert region.
The S200.000 center is the major
project of Hista rut in Greater Mi
ami. Rabbi Kronish pointed out
there will be no fund-raising at any
nf Sunday's functi S
Assisting Rabbi Kronish with
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Nathaniel ;orotf. Dr. Isaac Unter-
man, Max Hechf, Dr. Simon Wil-
ensky. Max Astor, Mrs. Miriam
Halperin, Sam Jackson, Harry
Sachs, Simon Tenenbaum, and
Joseph Rabin.
Hundreds of delegates from the
Poale Zion. Farband. Pioneer
Women and other Labor Zionist or-
ganizations are expected to attend
the 10th anniversary conference
Reservations may be made at the
Histadrut office. 600 Lincoln id
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Discussing the Miami-Israel Festival of the Aits dinner are
',irom left) Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the Uni-
versity of Miami; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of
the reception committee; and Dr. Henry King Stanford, pres-
.dent of the University of Miami.
Israel Bond Art Festival
Slated for Sunday Evening
Art. fashions and many other
scets of the cultural world will,
.^h]i).'ht the Miami-Israel Festival i
11 the Arts dinner this coming
Sunday night at the Fontainebleau |
hotel,
Included in the colorful event to
11 sponsored by the Women's Divis-
ion df the Israel Bond Organiza-
oi "ill be an American preview
(.' a collection of outstanding. Is-.
;,iii works of art; the Dior-Israel;
j.-.i-hion offering; and presentation
(1 the Miami-Israel Cultural Award,
c Robert Frost, Philip Wyli'i
Ltcnard Rose. Dr. Joseph Weil and
A; Herbert Mathes.
Nominations for the award were
bj a board of selections un-
i tr the chairmanship of Dr. Henry
Stanford, president of the
University of Miami, assisted by
{amuel Friedland, chairman of the
-rail Bond Organization; J. Nev-j
< McArthur. well-known Miami i
ni business leader; and Dr.
'' Franklin Williams, vice presi-
of the University of Miami,'
i headed the nominations com-
.nee.
Leaders of the Israel Bond Or-
ion, in addition to Samuel
Friendland, are Jack A. Cantor.
airman for Florida State; Jack.
S l'opick. chairman of the board
<: governors: Maurice Revitz.
ciairman of the executive commit-
Ui. and Leonard Rosen, chairman I
0l the campaign cabinet.
Heading the Women's Division.
<:( Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman;
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. i
Samuel T. Shapiro and Mrs. Max
W( tz, honorary chairmen; Mrs.
Jack S Popick, chairman of the,
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BONN-(.TTAiPlans for a new
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were disclosed this week in Frei-
burg. At the same time, the pros-
ecutor of a former concentration
camp commander filed an appeal
against a Hamburg jury's verdict
of acquittal.
Freiberg officials said nine for-
mer Gestapo members were under
arrest in preparation for a trial of
a number of such former Nazis on
charges of mass slaughter of Jews
in Nazi-occupied Poland. They
said many witnesses in Wesi Ger-
many and abroad were being ques-
tioned for the forthcoming trial.
The Hamburg appeal concern-
ed Willi DiMantchoen, the for-
mer commandant, who was ac-
quitted of the charge he had
driven t suicide Dr. Fritx Sol-
mitx, a Jewish Socialist politi-
cian and Lubeck newspaper edi-
tor, 1933. A number of Ham-
burg political and trade union
leaders expressed regret that
the proceedings against Dusen-
schoen were not initiated earlier
than nearly 30 years aHer Dr.
Solmitx killed himself.
The Coblenz jury court trying 14
former SS officers on charges of
murdering more than 70.000 Jews,
Gypsies and Russians during the
Nazi occupation of White Russia
ruled against a charge by the de-
fense counsel that the presiding
judge was biased.
George Heuser, the leading de-
fendant in the Coblenz trial, con-
ceded to the court that he felt he
was "partly guilty." Heuser, 49.
was chief of the Criminal Investi-
gation Department of Rhineland-
Palatinate until his arrest on the
current charges in the summer of
1958. The prosecution charged
that Heuser got the police post by
forging a record to show his past
was clear.
Franx Stark, 61, who was born
in St. Louis, Mo., but raised in
Germany, and who is one of the
defendants, told the court that
when he killed Jews, Gypsies
and Russians, he had not given
the matter a second thought be-
c*we he
Nazi."
was "a convinced
The 318-page indictment charged
that the defendants shot, gassed
or buried alive victims selected
for liquidation. They were arrest-
j_ed and charged after the Ludwigs-
burg Center" for Investigation of
Nazi Crimes tracked down their
wartime records. The indictment
is supplemented by 12,000 pages of
documentary material. Nearly 200
witnesses are scheduled to testify
at the trial which is expected to
last 12 to 19 weeks.
In Bonn, Wllhelm Doering, a
former SS officer on trial on
] charges of complicity in the execu-
tion of 663 Russian Jews and 16
' children deemed by the Nazis as
! insane during the 1941-42 occupa-
tion of Russia, testified that he had
I received orders from Hitler and
Gestapo Chief Heinrich Himmler,
1 which "had to be obeyed."
Dr. A. Bradfisch, another former
SS officer who was sentenced to
10 years- at hard labor in a differ-
ent case, testified as a witness for
the defendant. Bradfisch also cited
the orders "which we had to obey."
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Volume 35 Number 43
Friday, October 26, 1962
28 Tishri 5723
America's Gravest Hour
To say that this is the gravest hour in
American history since Korea is to evaluate
uncritically the danger of the present situation.
The prospect of a nuclear war was an impossi-
bility in 1950. But the nation by mid-week
could conceivably be at the brink of one.
All of us join at this desperate time to
pray, each in his own way, that the seemingly
inevitable will not occur. And, whatever our
partisan feelings, we stand behind President
Kennedy in his decision to meet sguarely and
:.rmctively the Soviet incursion of the Wes-
tern Hemisphere.
Speculation is, of course, the dearest child
cf today's crisis; and we here add our own.
Bother than offering predictions about the fu-
ture, we suggest as being significant these two
facts:
1) That the Soviet Union, though in a con-
stant struggle with the free world since the con-
clusion of World War II, has never been re-
quired in all these years to employ her own
forces, relying instead on pawns for her cam-
paigns; in the case of Cuba, the massive use
of Russian military personnel committed to a
total war would be an absolute necessity.
2) That the sudden Red China-India "bor-
der" war delineates even more sharply the
Soviet dilemma posed by her intricate and at-
odds relations to both countries; the continuing
failure to overcome the dilemma, which is hard-
ly resolved by so simple a thing as the
surface cessation of the hostilities Wednesday,
leaves the Soviet flanks increasingly exposed.
None of which lessens the depth of the
abyss before us; but it at least offers a glim-
mer of hope in the present international chess
game whose stake is the survival of man.
THE TABUS TURN
Great Britain's reaction to the Cuban
crisis is not difficult to understand. On
the one hand, it represents the kind of
apathy emerging out of comfortable de-
cline, which Nikita Khrushchev mistaken-
ly suspects exists in the U.S. But more
important, it is the natural development
of the 1956 Suez-Sinai crisis, when the
Eissnhower Administration showed more
than apathy with respect to Britain's dilem-
ma when, in fact, Britain in her hour
of need, along with the foresighted action
of the State of Israel and France, was
stabbed in the back. Ike's blind "piety"
six years ago sowed the seeds for Eng-
land's slow warming to U.S. anxiety to-
day. We didn't care about the fire in their
back yard; and we mustn't be quick now
to judge their reticence to send out their
hook-and-ladders to help us with our own.
Festival of Arts Dinner
The Festival of the Arts dinner Sunday is
cnother in the many programs of the Israel
Bond Organization here whose activities go to-
ward impelling forward the economic and in-
dustrial upbuilding of the Jewish State.
In this sense, the dinner is a significant
contribution, for it spurs further South Florida's
energetic activities in behalf of the Israel Bond
drive.
Particularly, the Greater Miami Jewish
community has a noteworthy record in bond
purchasing that stands high in the annals of
the bond drive internationally. Functions such
cs the dinner this Sunday will, it is hoped,
raise Miami's status in behalf of Israeli pro-
gress even higher.
For it is the progress on the economic and
ustrial front, among others, that has served
to reinforce Israel's independence won so
dearly on the field of battle back in 1948.
/.-hand with her other achievements, Is-
ks forward to a totally free way of life
Bl ceserving people.
iDe me old fez and The same ok* -IricK
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
..
ORT Deliberations Here
The national board conference here of
Women's American ORT was to wind up
Thursday with a glamorous fashion show a
show aimed at more than titillating milady's in-
terest in her sartorial splendor.
For these items highlight one of the signif-
icant vocational training courses in the inter-
national ORT program, particularly as exemp-
lified by the Alice Seligsohn School of dress
design in Israel, among ORT's proudest in-
stallations.
ORT has as its main objective the tech-
nical training of indigent Jews in backward
lands, from which they have come to Israel
and other free countries, seeking a new way
of life. In their 600-odd schools over the world,
the Organization for Rehabilitation Through
Training endeavors to help these Jews toward
the new start of their dreams with the kind of
trade education that will give them immediate
employment in commerce and industry and
the immediate wherewithal for the achieve-
ment of personal dignity in self-sufficiency.
Deliberation on a national scale with re-
spect to the role of Women's American ORT
in this worldwide program has been the pur-
pose of the board meeting here at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel. And the fashion show, symbol-
izing one of ORT's outstanding technical
achievements in behalf of Jewish humanitarian
endeavor, is a fitting climax to the conference.
I WAS AT Hakofos the other
night, and sat in a con.
(Ilin IIP the Week t?"Ptive ">o U U11II g l II ^ "im tlon 1S most often far b m p
spirit Simchas Torah des;gned to generate :, this
was a strange oh- irvance
from which adults I i been '
excluded except as -; ators
1 suppose there is ,, for'
criticism of bi n i more
athletic c!i i ( Sin)_
chas Torah in which. Chagall-like, the Scrolls of Law fly Ihi jh the
air. and men shout to the heavens in an eye-rolling and ( lustivs
frenzy.
But the sheer delight of the occasion lies in our willing less to
suspend the more rational moments of our skepticism -., H,
the Tcrah as a palpable symbol of Jewish survival il i _h the
treacherous ages. To exalt in this touchstone oi cur ide tity, it
seems to me. is not an overdone thing. Still, the very oppos took
place where I attended the service, which was entirely .. n ,ner
to a variety of teen-age religious school classes and gro
I do not here criticize the educational impulse tc have
participate directly in the ceremonies of the synagogui 1 y are
the elders of tomorrow, who must some day be knowledgi m the
external ways of the Jewish religious experience. Bui to given
over the Hakofos to the teen-agers completely was to divi
spiritual significance, and to make the occasion a classrooi
The purpose of the ceremony is far from this, when n are
meant to show their joy in the end of the Torah ar.d in
Ding where men are taught an object lesson in historj
tomorrows lie in our yesterdays, and that the way we can : issurt
the future is to know and r< vere the past.
THE SPIRITUAL DIVESTMENT of the religious experiei which
' is an increasing hallmark of the synagogue, where vater
down the divine to make it mon palatable for the unedui
of an impatient mass, crawls all over the sleek hawkers
public relations statements heralding the soon-to-be publu I new
translation of the Bible.
Although I am least concerned about it. I can certaii
stand the reservations expressed by some observers that I
ation of the Elizabethan English mode tends to vulgarize Word
of God. Of course, the King James crew, and their prototy; -. had
no monopoly on extra-Hebrew Biblical understanding: but il
less true that the language, questionably accurate though of it
may be. beyond anything else turned into poetry what w<
Wise have achieved little mc re status than a low level oi ..
mentary
What makes the Bible believable in English is the exal
of its translation, in which the mundane words and lilt of
a-day speech are lifted to the heightened planes of poetr; >> the
ageless art of men cunning in style. If there is any clou!)' n this,
simply examine modernized versions of the Bible that ante late by
far the coming Jewish Publication Society edition, such is Good-
speed's, which sounds like gobble. Or read the uninspired | ip that
passes for the popularly-used translations of some of the most simple
and awe-inspiring prayers in the Siddur. They are a religious out-
rage and an offense to the ear.
The exalted language of poetry is an absolute prereqi isite to
the miracle and mystery of the religious experience. Ii scholars
yearn to vulgarize the extant meaningful translations. wh> not, fur
example, also seize upon other classics, and make modern works
of Shakespeare or John Donne or Christopher Marlowe?
The Histadrut Conference
The one-day conference of the Israel His-
tadrut Committee this Sunday will hear,
among others, from Consul General David
Tesher, of Israel. Also on the agenda is Dr.
Sol Stein, national director of the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel.
The conference, to be attended by dele-
gates from a variety of local Zionist-affiliated
organizations, will particularly bring to mind
the projects Miami is undertaking in behalf
of Kupat Holim programs.
Histadrut and Kupat Holim, medical arm
of the Israel federation of labor, have played a
significant and historic role in the emergence
of Israel in our time. The conference Sunday
should give those who attend its sessions some
new insights into what Histadrut programs
here hold for Miami in the future and what
tr.ey hold for Israel's betterment.
THE SCHOLARS WILL reply that Shakespeare and Donne an
lowe are not translations, and that to tamper with them
be to tamper with content no less than meaning. But thi
that the perpetrators of the new JPS Bible, according to the
licity releases, are also tampering with meaning. Indeed, Di
Orlinsky. chief of the crew, seems proud of precisely this
ment.
Thus, there are many complex theories offered at
archaeological discoveries to tell us that the opening line i
doesn't say what the Hebrew means. Or that, in the same
paragraph, "rooach Elohim miracbefes all pnai ha'sehom"
refers to the divine spirit of God, but to a 'primeval wind.'
the Jews of the Biblical era had no concept of soul; hence, it .
to translate "nefesh" as soul which, instead, becomes "mar
Nowhere, for the sake of newer accuracy, is the word, "soul
Here, the reduction of the language is accompanied bj
reduction in intellectual intent and this perforce becomi -
ad absurdum in spiritual purpose It would only seem logi
the next step tor these busy men is to excise God entirely
Bible. Perhaps they are ashamed of Hun as something
fashioned and unacademic. seeking in the "human zii
lation to divest the divine from the work as a whole I am
to feel that rabbinical scholars who are sociological Jews
quit being rabbis and become sociologists.
Should the spiritual v.mid make them uneasy, let then!
to another world: but let them not preach to me of its il
to rationalize their own defect! Ii. according to Orlinskj
must now set mj sights on "primeval winds'' ar.d deny m;
delight that .lews have always been intoxicated by "nefo
"neshamah sheh nofachtah be""the spirit Thou hast breal
me"then why should I remain Jewish and suffer all the al
travail being Jewish often guarantees? How can I believe an;
in the historical necessity of a Jewish continuum, or take I
the implied divine intent inherent in Jewish survival thro
ages? What is the point of being different if I am no longer dil
Mar-
would
ruth is
ir pub-
Harry
hieve-
recent
lenesis
>r that
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al that
m the

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I MIGHT AS well go to synagogue and read the "Iliad" or
both of which are also admirable works deriving from tl
(oopsi and the conscience of a Mediterranean people, fndev I"'
haps I shouldn't go at all but join, instead, the mighty parade marcn-
ing under the banner of the new translation: a banner BUggi '
the .lews of antiquity were little more sophisticated than then rain
basic neighbors.
Parenthetically, it should be noted that the Orlinsky *Pproff*i^,
;i boomerang capable of placing into serious question the
denial of the Christian revelation based, among other things, on ^
gross mistranslation of the Isaiah "saar ha'shalom" "prince
peace" passageand its "almah," or "young woman." wnicn ^
church declares to mean "virgin" when, in fact, the H
\ irgin is "bsoolah." ri.
Once having suggested that we. ourselves art no longe
in our own lai how can we claim ignorance in Othei
Most of all, the -oil of religiOUS belief Is the -
ation toward friendship with the divine. Make il all work-i
we will have Hung Irretrievably from our i
handful ol ms at our fin I we
mon one final effort I a fraction more.


Friday. October 26, 1962
fJenisfi noridfi^r
Page 5-A
UTTER TO THI EDITOR -
Reader Explains His library' Role
EDITC"?. The Jswish Florician:
1 ri r with rest your column
: 0< 12, a: Ml in agreement
,.: thai i "R msible, to say
st. if I > other reason
pres es Commun-
tioi a number of
is wit the leasl shred
I us claims,
ii turning guill
ivins cused an op-
_(i imself is ccr-
n ay of I
I am i yours, ti o.
. i : Mr Benson,
k iwledge, I
h:;n other than
have i in t.he papers
efoi i immenj in-
telligectly on what sorl ii program
he conducts, or what influence he
may have on his Scon"- Your sug-
" ftion that he .. le (,f the
story" .- a good one.
Regarding my part in the
Homestead library, I was asked
for ard save my suggestions on
the subject of what books to make
available. I recommends:' books
li':e "Masters of Deceit" and gov-
zrr:r.-1 publications, but not
"."ed 'tars" or anvihing similar,
/t the opering of 'he 'ibrary, I
was invi'ec. to rpeak and did ;o.
Attend r.g were a rurr.fcer of peo-
ple of varying ideas and outlook,
including both elected and ap-
pointed officials of the City of
Homestead. I looked over the mat.
Jack 3. Popick (right), chairman of the Southeast Division,
Ame..:an Friends of the Hebrew University, confers with
:e Rev.::. :o-chairman with Leonard Ratner, of Cleve-
:or the Nov. 3 dinner honoring Judge Louis E. Levinthal,
in ;: :/.e board of governors of Hebrew University of
. !em.
Plan Hebrew U. Banquet
erial which was on display and
saw nothing of the "Red Stars"
type and was sirprised to read
that this library's stamp appear-
ed on a ccpy of it
>' warding reading room- in gen-
ral, whether anti-Communist or
Christian Science or whatever, I
am sure you feel as I dothat this
5 is sufl itr ng that
ican citiz ran stai
posure to vario \ iew,
fhl to pub-
vii ws r how
as
we ha
"> ui Bcripl as be-
. bout as .i"'. ...
.i- ,i man can be" [ must say I feel
rn cl You are un r> ily
ir with recenl st
by prominent citizens ich
mer St cretary or State J imes
K Byri es, Sen J, Willi im Ful-
bright, and Sen Henry Jackson to
the effect that the UN has some-
times drifted afield ol the prin-
ciples on which n was established,
.nd that we should not expect too,
much from it.
Although I share these gentle-
men's views that the I'N is neither
infallible nor the answer to all our
prayers, this does not make me
"anti-UN" any more than it would
make a citizen "anti-U.S." if he
disagreed with certain policies and
programs, or the lack thereof, in
our federal government.
Tli> re is one curious coincidence.'
When this story came out original-
ly in the Miami News one Wednes-
day night. I read it on the plane to
New York, and Thursday mornings
I was sitting in the visitors' gallery
al the UN General Assembly, which
although not my first visit, was an-
interesting and worthwhile expe/
ence.
THEODORE C SLACK
Miami
Micmi, Dade county, federal government, and business
cials compare Miami's 1907 tire station with the Federc". b!dg.
now under construction at the same site. The occas.o:: ,
on Monday during cornerstone ceremonies. Pictured ! right) are Miami Commissioner Alice Wainwriaht, Mayor
Robert King High, U.S. Rep. Djr.te Fascell, Paul Ma::-:s r,
ident of the Downtown Business Council of the Micrr..-E
Chamber of Commerce, Metro Commission Chairman f.'.~y.
Gordon, Earl H. Lund, General Services Administration re-
gional director of the department of public buildings end Mi-
ami City Manager M. L. Reese.
German American Unit Urges
Reelection of Dirk sen to Senate
Continued from Pago 1-A
propaganda cf the worst sort,
both these wars were conducted
against the German nation and
everything German. The catastro-
phic holocaust engendered over
the entire world by these actions
of rapacity by the victors creat-
ed chaos and uncertainty of ex-
istence we live in today."
It went on to advise that "Ger-
man-Americans with the slightest
tinge of emotion and justice left
hould reflect upon these facts and
remember Let us demonstrate
by actions that we, as German-
Americans, want to have a voic-;
in government by reelecting our
own man as representative again "
The Star quoted A. M. Frey, sec.
retary of the German-American
Committee for Dirksen. as explain-
ing thai what was meant by th.-;
"rapacity of the victors" was thi
Morgenthau Plan, a plan for the
post-war treatment of Germany
prepared by the then Secretary of
the Treasury. Henry Morgenthau
Jr., that the Allies "bombed little
cities, old people and hospitals, not
just military targets" and "went
all out to bring terror into th-i
hearts of the whole people."
I Leonard Hat
act as hairmen for the
i Fi : Hebrew I'm
inner i iturday, Nov. :t.
Pi pi airman ol the
of the Am 'i
ends mnced at a
.'::: I
acth in Temple Men
i Hebi Ai ademy, I rael
tion, and Stat'
Bonds a member of
I t can Friends
ebre ni\ ersity.
nal figure in Israel
[sra stmenl Corpor
ad th nited Jewish Ap-
5 ft participated
1 fun ms of the Ameri-
nds, in which he is a na-
. pr
\i. ding R ivitz. Judge Louis
tal Philadelphia, guest
,.i th (inner, set for the
blea !. heads the su-
. itherit; I the II e bre w
ty, :h exercises ulti-
1'! fields of major
and Ratner said that
iends fi and Mrs, Pop-
ir Mrs. Jacob Rifkin
nd inner for the
tion ,: iques to these
s of t campus ol the
H re l*i i .' : Othci
ders in the i treater Miami an i
elude Mr, an i Mrs i harli i 'har-
cowsky.
Judge Let inl eived his
Ii gal education .it the University
of Pennsylvania, where he later
taughl as a law school lecturer.
After serving ..> special counsel for
public agencies, he became .lodge
e Commi n Pleas Court of
l hiladelphia County. Dun: | his
term as judge, while on a
month leave of absence beginning
June, 1947, the noted juris! was ap-
pointed by Secretary ol War Pat-
terson to serve as special advisor
on Jewish affairs to the United
States Military Command in Ger-
many. For his efforts in behalf
of countless Jewish survivors ot
Nazi persecution, Judge Levinthal
was honored with a special Hum-
anitarian Award from the United
Jewish Appeal, presented by Sen.
Herbert II. Lehman.
For many years. Judge Levinthal
has been actively associated with
the growth and development of the
Hebrew University ol Jerusalem,
and is a member ol the national
board of directors of the American
Friends ol the Hebrew University,
as well .i- honorary president o"
it- Philadelphia ch i| ti i
Dorit smoke another cigarette
until you learn what
A\rlCER()YS^^w^l;ilter
can do for your taste!
Beech T Group Hears Doctor
m of the Miami
Y" h ii Dr Sey m ii u r
er Of the Hade
Me Assn., speak on
Conl Tuesday, 11:30
the .; Mrs. Sidney
3 S rd.
Hbei ners, membership
i. n hat the group
mbe .) luncheon recent-
hom 'Mrs Jack Katz- :
2 Jr. i
The "Y" promoti i teneral
welfare ol Miami Beach Branch ol
,i .. Greater Miami Jewish
munity Center. Through theel
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purchased a bus, aircondil i
the auditorium, and new doors in
the trout and rear ol the building
New projeel is I i furnish the
lobby, and firsl fund-raising affair
will be a al ride ":
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F::day, Octc:
Grim Kennedy Gets Top ADL Award
Cv ~V
Continued fro^i Pt>fe 1-A
cludng N'ikita Khr
Andrei Gr< myko
"false" tl rten enl -
policy concernin h arm
Cuba.
Hopefully. !:.
SchultZ, national chairman Ol
the Anti-Defamation League, i
nounced the President will I
ceive the ADL award, a -liver
medallion, at a dinr.er to be hei I
in Washington. DC. on Jan 31
The President is being given
the award specifically for his
"dedication to democracy as re-
fleeted in his efforts to broaden
the benefits of civil rights and
to assure the application of con-
stitutional principles of freedom
to all Americans."
The award presentation and
the address by the President,
will mark the opening of th
League's observance of its 50th
anniversary.
THi .' m i ea'i Da -; -- :
Lo3-v has seen
*\sidd ea.li yar itMea 143
to 11 American ci'-xer or or-
ga-iia in far 'Vistin^Lisbed
cor'rib'jtlc-r ? -. hei s<3 ef freedom." Two
traaa* preslsm *.4>.Unjt-
eu
*r presl
Ita'es, (?wia>t O
eu itares, i_*wigrT u Gf""'-
io*fr in t?S3 and Harry S
Trurrn in 1949, are among the
recipient*. Last year's award
wir-.er was A:lai E. Steven-
'o-i, U.>. Ambassador to the
United Nation*.
Among other recinents are
Mrs EReanor Roosevelt; former
Herbert H. Lehman. I le
85th Congress of the United
States, for its passage of civil
rights legislati in in 1957: th >.
Ford, R eki teller and Carneg e
. ms; and the New York
Times. Look Magazine, and the
Colu Br i I isting System.
Four Mesivta Senior High School students are honored lor
their high performance in the National Merit Scholarship
qualifying test last spring. Shown are Larry Ciment, letter ot
commendation; Stuart Werner, semi-finalists. Robert Bel-
maker, semi-finalists; Howard Lauer. letter of commendation;
and Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, principal oi the Mesivta. pre-
senting each winner with a set of books.
Mesivta Students In 'Merit' Race
Possibly the highest percentage
oi winners in the National Merit
Scholarship competitions was an-
nounced this week when the Mesiv-
ta Senior High School. 1021 Biar-
ritz dr. Normandy Isle, qualified
two ol it> eight senior class mem-
bers in the nationwide examina-
tions.
The two semi-finalists i;
Belmaker and Stuart Werner, are
among more than 11.000 seniors
throughout the country to take
these high honors. The two youths
moved one step closer to winning
a four-year Merit Scholarship to
the college of his choice Letters of
commendation were received by
Howard Lauer and Larry Ciment.
also of the senior class of the
Mesivta.
The Mesivta, now in its third
year of operation, is headed by
Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, prin-
cipal. The school offers classes
from 10th through 121 h grade.
The semi-finalists and com-
mended students together consti-
tute about two percent of all high
school seniors This certatnlj sig-
nifies hy accompli*,
by all oi thes rters."
Rabbi Horovitz sai
Rabbi Alexan lei' S -- prin-
; ipal of the Hebrew Ac i
president of the Mesm a;
H. Louis Rottman, vic< pres
and Alexander Moscovits, chairman
,il the board ot trustees
The Mesivta went into three full
classes last mon'h at its new site,
and was formerly located at 10'h
st. and Michigan ave. The present
school houses 30 students, who stu ly
and board on campus. The Mesiv-
ta is the only all-day. Hebrew-Eng-
lish seni r tigh scho '. mth of
Baltimore.
sident K r "his
in | in half of separa-
: >hurch and state; his per
- ent and articul ite opposition
t fone- of the extreme left and
his expansion of equa
empl ivment and other opportun-
isms throughout the federal
establishment; his prompt and
vigorous enunciation of out-
rages perpetrated against min-
ority groups: and for the work
ol his Justice and other Execu-
tive Departments in a variety of
u-egregation situations, in pro-
tecting the right to vote, and in
e-forcing current civil rights
legista ion by new and resource-
ful means."
Above all." Mr. Schultz
said, "The President has used
the power of his office to give
us new moral leadership. He is
an able custodian of the demff-
cratu interests of the American

Harman Gets
U.S. Sriefing
JTABy Direct Teiet/pe Wire
WAS! '"
.- : noi ..
: I) the
Sti te Department in Mon lay night
Se retary ot State Dean Rusk
foi an emergency briefing on Uni>
ed States moves in connection with
the Cuban blockade crisis.
Mr Harman. it is believed, has
; conveyed to the Israel Government
his evaluation of developments at
least partially based on the extra-
ordinary briefing
Israelis are intently observing
Cuban developments, aware of the
parallel situation existing in the
Near East, where the Soviet Union
is providing a massive offensive
arms build up to a number of Arab
states hostile to Israel
The flow of Soviet missiles and
jet bombers I ; the Arab- motivat-
the recent American lecision
to provi Israel with defensive
lircraft missiles.
feB'NAI BRITHif
r, MEMBERSHIP RALLY
1 SHOLEM LODGE 11
A. David Rayvis left1, president oi Sholem Lodge, B
accepts new applications for membership from Milto: ::
chairman of membership for the lodge. Function v
of a Sholem membership drive in conjunction with I
al B nai B'rith campaign running through Decembe:
function. Rayvs announced that prizes, includinq
Nassau and Bimim, will be presented to members si
the largest number oi new Sholem members.
Tcnfe Mcme' Shov/ Here
Ann i il mi mbei ship if Tern-
pie Israel Sist held
' : A skit "Tante
Sisterhood pro-
jects was p id. Chairman of
the affair was Mrs G Lane.
Temple Zamora
Adult Education
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Classes In beginners' Hebrew
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an hour, followed by classes in
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Hebrew reading and Bible will open
Monday. Nov. 5. at 8:15 p.m., fol-
i by Bible classes from 9:15
Classes Pi lyer Book, Bibli
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Miami AJCommittee to Celebrate Tenth Year
Highlighting the tenth anniver-
fary of 'he Greater Miami chapter
American Jewish Committee, will
h< the chapter's annual meeting ai
i poral Country Club on Nov. 4.
Annual dinner chairman, .lames
!. Katzman. announced that to
, nmncmorate the organization's
I, nth year as an active group in
Ihr cnnnvTiiv. Human Kelacons
.srds will be given by AJC to
Mt. Sinai Hospital and 10 Bishop
Henry I. Lotlttlt, Episcopal Bishop
S .uth Florida.
The hosp'tal will be citsd for
ilt pioretring contributions to
the development of non-discrimi-
ra'ory po'icies ir. the administra-
tion of i.'s facilities. Bishop Lout-
tit will b* honored for his relig-
ious leadership in the improve-
ment cf intergroup understanding
in Florida.
A third award will be given by
I i chapter as a tribute to Sey-
r-our Samet. Florida State dircc-
r, "who has, through his devotion
. d loyalty, guided the chapter
i :ii its founding 76 members to
lh( "ver 1.000 members now active
the many facets of AJC life."
\s a .symbol of A.IC's pledge to
I hi future an orginial script, writ-
by Alfre.1 Boas, will have its
: Miiicr performance at the din-
rr Titled 'What's Up for Tom
this will be presented as a
ii.itic monologue acted and nar.
riled by Julian Burg. Theme will
ncern itself with the responsibil-
15 to be faced in the next decade
creating a secure and just world.
ning sessions will feature a
rkshop fr*>m 3 to S p.ni at the
ral. 'Does Social Discrimination
...v Matter- The Unequal
oalment of Equals." th.* topic
-or. for discussion, will feature
~he Chosen People." an award-
nning film produced by the N'a-
louncil of Catholic Men This
. ill be followed by a panel dis-
ssiorl of the issues. Charles II
nkelstcin and Raymond Lewis
JAMS K. KATZMAN
Sfv/MOt-'R SAMET
will he discussants, and Scymeur
Samet will act as moderator.
Special guests to be honored
by appropriate recognition at thj
dinner will be the fou.-der mem-
bers of the chapter. Thev w''l
be cited by Ralph Friedman,
chairman cf AJC's national ad-
miristrative board, who will fly
here for the occasion. Friedman
is chairman of the board of Stan-
dard Milling Co. He is a firmer
president and director cf the In-
dustrial Institute of Israel.
He recently serve ai liaison be-
tween AJC and the Catholic spon-
sored Pro-De< Univerait) ir. Rome
at meetings which sel :- Ciair
of Intergroup Relations there, the
first such chaii al a< > Euro] i n
institut .i: i. hij i.i i '.<..; ning,
Ollic (rs : nd membi rs of the
executive cemmittei ol the Great'
er Miam i pter to be elected i r
Nov. 4 art: President. David B
Fleeman: vice presidents, James
K. Katzman, Sidney Meyer. Col.
Nathan B Rood. Lee Ruwilch.
Leonard Wein: secretary. Jay Jan-
is; treasurer. R. W. Apte: chair-
man. Executive committee. Mr.'
Charles H. Finkelstein.
Executive committee. Dr. Charles
Beher. Myron M Behrman. Mrs.
Robert Berger, Warren H. Bern-
Stein, David Blumberg. Alfred Eoas.
Julian Burg. Alvin Casscl. Judge
Albert S Dubbin. Mrs Aaron Farr.
Aaron A. Foosaner. Mc'.vyn B
Frumkes. William E. Gladstone.
Judge Phillip Goldman. Jerome G
Greene. Marshall Harris. Jl
C Hofmayer, Dr. Louis Leml
Mrs. William A. Leone, Mrs. Mil-
ton F. Lesser, Pr Alan A Lir'on.
Max J. Lorber. Mrs Milton Mar-
gulis. Herberl L Markow. A Her-
bert Mathes Kenneth M.
Rabli Joseph R Narot. Lei I
Howard R. Scharlin, Roberl
Shapir Mi ai M Silver
man. Stuart Simon. Dr Rutr A.
Simons, Judge Harolj B Spaei
Kenneth Treister, M Wise
kAtfrl rft.cVrYUA/
Report Kennedy Pressing Israel-Arab Peace
Continued from Page 1-A
!-el have grown larger. He
!cid that in the fiscal year end-
-o June 1961, "our total aid to
>-e! was $77,000,000. In th*
:r. vear that ended on June
1962, our economic aid to
s-el totaled 584,000,000" while
- ca i-eraqed about $52,000,000 a
(Jr."
' ssing conditions which led
United States decision to
awk antiaircraft missiles to
Rep. CeUer said that, dur-
pasl summer, the I'nited
- warned Egypt that if it per-
in i's arms building, th"
States would have to grant
request to preserve the
and, when "Nasser turned
the Hawk decision f>l
DOG RACING
EVERY NiGHT
IXCEPT
UNOAV
NO MINORS
lowed Hi i Ided thai Egypt was
tot the onlj Arab country to re
eive weapons trom Moscow. He
;; Id five other Ar:.h governments
have receiver, arms from the So-
viet bloc."
Rep. Celler sa.o the Hawk decis-
ion would have "a sobering effect
on the Arab governments. They
will realize that they cannot arm
themselves to the teeth to destroy
Israel without repercussions from
the United States and from other
free world powers."
In addition to supplying Israel
wiih radar, ammunition, aerial
cameras, armed naif-tracks and
other military equipment, he de-
clared, thi : States has "pro-
vided trail ing fil i s and publica-
tions and military blue-prints
. i nable Israel to
manufaci in tarj | lipment
: rces."
Rep. Cotter said the Kennedy
A>'irlii'i*e'si|ci has made pro-
gress in the ."rugs'e egainst dis-
crimination direetet1 by Arab
s'a'es against American Jews,
succse.^n? n a'-ari'' many of
the Arab travel -sanctions pre-
vious'. fa< ng Je*s of this coun-
try.
former Pres
.....
! the United !
guvei ad a duty to
.... tensions be-
tween lsra< am I i Arab rt ti -
ll, sau ped that "our policy
w.n be I this point." and
advocated i regii nal development
. ,: le East which, he
held coi ease fni ons there.
;iu as in >nor ol Dr
82-yi ar-old Denver
ed by a Minister
P-vid Ben-Gurion and a personal
tribute from Colorado's Gov. Ste-
pnen L. h. McNichols.
Beth SEiclom Men
To Hear Debate
Brothci i : V Beth
S .. m will ;< ature a debate on in-
ti rntaioial ai .: d ni si ; issues al
ts open monthly breakfast on Sun-
day, 10 a.m ir. the Auditorium of
he Temple, according to an an-
nouncement by Dr. Harry E Hoik.
Brothe-.hood president.
Viewpoint ol the young American
conservative will- be debated ty
Stephen Mackauf, who won first
I ri in the National Speech Con-
test Mackauf is a former student
.i '. Beth Sholom religious school
Viewpoint <: the young Ameri-
can liter;.! will be upheld by Mason
Wolpert, member oi the Varsity
Debating Team <1 the Universitj
al Miai
JWV Day
In Corel Gables
In \ aluable
ncrvice: to the n emb rs ol the >m
nitj eterans a-tf non-vet-
erans .. iki." Mayor Roberl L.
.,: r'.i !es, has deslg-
:..( Ni : 'i isti War Vet-
i n .- 11 the I S Day in his city.
Mayor Searli (his week issued a
ri clamation designating the day
in honor of Murray Solomon Post
and Ladies Auxiliary.
The proclamation cites the or-
ganization for activities which
have brought credit upon the com-
munity."
ZIOHIST LEADER NAMED
JNF Foundation
Appoints Levine
Dy Special Report
Dr. Harris .1 Levine. former pres-
ident (i ihe Jewish National Fund,
and now is honorary president,
has been elected chairman of the
F'tindat'on for the JNF. it was an-
nounce.i by Albert Schilf, national
JNF president, at the last meet-
Ug of Ihe board of directors of
.he JNF.
Dr. Levine, an eminent physic-
ian, has a noted record as a civic
and Zionist leader in the United
-:,.u II. succeeds .Judge Bernarel
A. Rosenblatt, Of New York City,
who was forced to relinquish his
posl as chairman of th;' Founda-
tion because of illness.
The Foundation for the Jewish
National Fund was formed ten
years ago 10 mobilize the support
of American Jewry for soil-recla-
mation and afforestation in Israel
hrough bequests in wills, assign-
ment of insurance, and bond trans-
fers To date, it has amassed from
hese sources a potential of $18.-
000.000 which will be utilized for
the development of Israel's econ-
omic and agricultural resources
'Living Hebrew'
Back on TV
"Living Hebrew," the television
program which teaches the He-
brew language, will begin its fifth
vear on WTHS. ch. 2. on Thursday,
Nov. 1, at 6:30 p.m.
The broadcasts are sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish F.ducation
and the Community Television
Foundation. Instructor is Louis
Schwartzman, executive director of
ihe Bureau.
This year, the program will also
feature a return to elementary con-
versational Hebrew, with lessons.
by Dr. Aharon Rosen. Israeli edu-
cator, in a 12-week series, followed
by eight weeks of more advanced
social Hebrew.
Special booklets containing the
entire Living Hebrew television
si ins can be purchased at the
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ave,
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Friday. October 23, .962
United Jewish Appeal Unit
Makes Visit to Poland
Pert of the building committee of the Young Young Israel, Emanual Ungar, president of
Israel Congregation are (left to right) Harry the congregation. Dr. Sol Nussbaum and Her-
Lerner. Ben Lerner, chairman. Morris Lerner, man Eisenberg.
Rcbbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader of _______ _
Young Israel
Drive in Gear
The campaign to raise funds for
the new building of Young Israel
oi Greater Miami went into full
gear this week when Ben Lerner,
chairman of the building commit-
tee, announced- that a building
fund dinner ill be held Sunday
evening, Nov. 18. at the Deauville
hotel.
According to Rabbi Sherwin
Stauber. spiritual leader of Y
the goal of the campaign is
i,. raisi SI .....or a building ..;
990 \E 171s1 Si
ai present, the group holds serv-
ice- and educational classes in one
and over WO children
now attend classes in the old struc-
ture.
Emanuel I'ngar is president of
the consrej:ation.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
will be honored at the testimonal
affair.
The couple moved here from
Brooklyn. N. Y.. in 1934. They are
founders of the Jewish Home for
j the Aged and the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
Mr. Reinhard is a vice president
of the Academy and also a founder
of Beth Jacob Congregation on
Washington ave.
Dinner committee chairman is
Malvin Knglandcr, vice mayor of
Miami Beach. Honorary chairman
is Edward Silver, district attorney
of Kings county, Brooklyn. N.Y,
and past president of the National
Council of Young Israel.
Talking over the Cuban situation cl a special meeting of the
Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood are (left to right) Michael Sos-
sm, Brotherhood president; Luis V. Manrara, president of The
Truth About Cuba Committee; Allen Goldberg, program
chairmen, and past president of the Brotherhood; and George
Govin. repatriated prisoner, who participated in the April,
1961 Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba. The four men participated
in a Brotherhood session devoted to the Cuban crisis last week
at Sirkin Hall.
Anti-Semitism Greater Among
Non Educated in Argentina
Continued from Paje 1-A
was interest.d not only in honor-
ing the memory of the 3.000.000
Pi i, Jews i b> ,;"' Na"
i,i ;,i>.. in the 30.000 surviv-
ing Jews now In ; ';i'"1 He
-,, .. "- >>
the Joint l'" ''""''
and
i, r rth the JDi to
i live in
.11 fields
i : .: also '
I the ititsttim
, in i neient syjii
i, a hen S '-''' u>
Poles for hell n Pol h au
thoritics erect* I a emorial in thi
synagogue yard for the executed
p les, martin* l'< sv .
ml> one it the wi rid v ith a me-
morial for non-J' w -
The I'.IA '; also visited
Auschwitz and Birkenau, two
ramps i 're than 3.000.000
Jews from various Nazi occupied
countries were gassed The UJA
leaders placed wreaths at the two
camp sites and ;.t the monumenl
m Warsaw for th< Jewish Ghetto
Martyrs.
The religious Jewish commun-
ity in Warsaw and the Central
Cultural Organization of the
Jews of Poland each tendered a
dinner to the American visitors,
at which candid talks were given
about the li'e and problems of
the Jews in modern Poland.
Samuel Daroff, of Philadelphia,
replying on behalf of the delega-
tion, assured the leaders of Pol-
ish Jewry of the continued in-
terest of American Jewry in
their fate. H? pledged intensi-
fied aid to strengthen Polish
Jewish morale and its economic
position.
It was felt among visitors and
hosts that the visit had greatly
strengthened the ties of Polish
Jewry to world Jewry, and had
given the Polish Jews the feeling
that they were not isolated from
world Jewry.
Heading the -
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BUENOS AIES (JTA) A pri-
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in Buenos Aires, but that the in-
cdence of anti-Semitism tends to
i rninish the higher the edueation-
;. level of the individual.
Among university graduates, the
idence of admitted anti-Semitic
lings was found to he lower than
ing those with less formal edu-
tion. The highest incidence of
.ihle opinions about Jews
h school students was
i in private schools
The poll indicated that 42 per
cent of those unfavorably inclin-
ed toward Jews did not read a
newspaper regularly. Those who
ead two or more newspapers
daily displayed the lowest degree
of such feelings. Among male
vouths as a group, the highest in-
cidence of anti-Semitic feelings
was found to be among those in
he 17 to 18-year bracket.
The poll was taken immediately
Sfter the execution last May of
:f Eichmann and some of the
-tions dealt with opinion about
case. Most of those polled in-
stated the belief that Israel was
"not correct" in the manner in
which it captured the former Nazi
colonel in Argentina. The majority
disagreed with the sentence against
him.
The poll showed that, by income
groups, disapproval of the death
verdict was expressed by 64 per
cent of the wealthier class, 54 per
cent of those in the middle income
bracket and 48 per cent in the low-
est economic status. The higher-
income group also had a majority
of 53 per cent of those who felt Is-
rael had no right to seize Eichmann
in Argentina.
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Israel Film
Shown Here
Miami chapter. American Jew.
sh Congress, held a general meet-
ing on Wednesday, 12:30 p.m..
in the Coral Gables Masonic Lodge,
;: Valencia ave.
Sound film. "Adventure in Is
rael," was shown, and n fri ;fa
ments were served.
Program chairman was Mrs
Louis Gold. Mrs. Samuel Pen
chansky is president of the chap
tei
Sinai Will Host
Dental Gathering
On Saturday, Mt. Sinai Hospital
will he host for a day-long confer-
ence of the American Assn. of Hos-
pital Dental Chiefs.
The program will he held in the
hospital's Wo If son Auditorium,
preceding the annual meeting of
the American Dental Assn. n; Mi-
ami Beach, from Oct. 2!i to Nov
2
Dr. Frank .1 Houghton, president
of the association, and dean of tin
Loyola school of dentistry in Neu
Orleans, expects 90 hospital dental
chiefs to participate in the pro
gram. Dr. Bertram Thorpe, dental
chief at Mt Sinai, will attend
Dr. Daniel F. Tohin. secretary
.of the association, will direct the
porgram which will concentrate on
I the organization and activities ol
I dental services within hospital.-
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British Fascist Meet Halted;
Spearhead Vows to Continue
I *
r Miami spiritual leaders meet at the
' [iami Jewish Federation to plan thsix
: articipation in Federation's programs
: to righl urr> Rabbis Jonah Caplan.
le Adcth Yeshurun; Norman N. Shapiro,
David Ccngregation; Leon Kronish, Tem-
h Sholom; Mr. Sidney Lefcourt. presi-
dent ct rederat.on; end Rabbis Irving Lehr-
men. Temple Emanu-Et; and Joseph R. Narot,
Temple Israel. Not shown are Rabbis Mayer
Abramowitz, Temple Menorah; Max Lipschitz,
Beth Torah Congregation; and Herbert Baum-
card, Temple Beth Am.
Advisory Committee Termed to Aid
Federation CJA and Program Planning
i: .1 rabbinical ad
actively to \>*r
. rograms of the
. iish !'"'li ration
V 'i.i'-l.T. bj S
::l ul IV |< r
ing Judaeans
F i Prcgrarns
. Judaea ac
;an las) n :-
..: 25 Eroups in the
Miami and Hollywood
ir first meeting.
irbi nbh om. chairman of
,, i irida Zionist Youth
- mi announced.
itional groups will be formed
- of synagogues or in-
ah, Karbciihloom said,
lalified youth leaders will
ach uroup.
j the Young Judaea activ
< games, crafts. Israeli
..iid dancing, athletics, pic-
nics field days, regional and na-
mclaves, a winter camping
- .miner camps, and
lours and study programs in Is
halootzie Tootzie" Young
roup of Beth Torah Con-
participated in the I'm
ns ft stivities on Wednes-
l Is M Fisher Junior
and will also take
Temi Sholom in Pom-
Oct. 28 under the
Irving Kotnian.
We expect thai the committee
will not only help us in our of
i:~ durin the annual Coi
al campaign Lef-
court ex lained "Purpose < f the
. !\ '-i rj group is also to i s
.'i ur i :.- g humanit.....;. pro-
../.'
I t'.er i betl er
by actit
- p 0 i! COm I I lV:l
ully antii iti ; that
: II i ri : -
i iis on the r H a!o
li I piiiiai thropu ndea> or "
Leading members of the rabbin
.'i here will be asked to take a
more active role in Fedi ration af-
fairs through service on individual
committees that guide and plan
I-Y.lci at.on programs, l.ef court
reveaied. "The committees will in
elude those that allocate funds for
Fedoratu.,.]-affU-*..ted agencies in
Greater Miami, to national organ-
izations, and the United Jewish
Appeal." he said.

t.
Beth Am Men
Programs
i \:n Brother.hoo I
thly dinners to be
evenings at ~ :30
in Nov 21, will be
ri i
I anned by the Broth
monthly Sun-
: : to includi
lay. Oct 28, ML Sina'
Bai k w ill be a
ated will be
'( an relatives
- (l this year is
ring at Prida;
Joseph Moli w
nces full plans for
. ms,


Nuclear Center
Due at Technion
A Nuclear Engineering Center
will be constructed on the campus
if the Technion Israel Institute of
Technology t( llowing receipt of a
gift from the Sherman Foundation
if Card'ff. Wales, for one million
Israeli pounds.
News of the substantial contri-
bution was disclosed by Mrs Louis
liasser of Miami Beach, presi-
li ul of the South Florida Tech-
lion group, following her recent
( : fi i(' ce with national officials
n New York.
Abe :'.'. Hai rj S! 'man. of
,.- | i nted the gift to Tech
lion the largest single gift ever
ceivi : bj I ( hnii n fr n Great
foi the c i blishment of
i nuclear center thai wi
Shi rn an family name
i h ni a i enl will pro\ i a
rangi of fa< ilities, ii
i nui b ..: i(;. ti r for I
. i h rea rtor physics lab-
a sub i ritical ri actor.
i pul'ed iie..- Herat(r m
,iutati in i quipmenl. nuclear in
trumentation, and a number of
ratorii s to house ra liation,
(hemical en n< rii rid oilier
facilities
SOI HtlLPERN
Pharmacy Exec
Back from Confab
Sol Heilpern. Miami pharmacist,
has just returned from New York,
where he attended a meeting of
the National Assn. of Retail Drug-
gists.
Heilpern is president of the,
Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical;
Assn.
Locally, the organization has
just finished observing National
Pharmacy Week, during which it
presented a series of instructional,
radio and television programs
here.
During the observance. Heilpern.
who operates the ("enter Pharmacy
here, appeared in an address be-
fore the Rotary Club al Bal Har-
bour.
Heilpern is a Fellow of the
American College of Apothecaries,
-: president of the local chapter
ot the American Pharmaceutical
A sn., and a member of the execu
;\ e board of the Florida St) U
Pharmaceutu al Assn
He lives in Miami Shores al 169
NW 97th st.
Continued from Page 1-A
in^ violated the British Public
Order Act by organizing Spear
head.
Webster said "certain actions
have been ca led illegal, but Spear-
head, as an organ is not
illegal V e ha\ e not heard fr m
the police that Spearhead must be
dissolvi '- May Lei 71
i the notorious!;
anti Sei tii '. I I ese. leader
1 ist League, is
one ni the committee of four
A British National Socialist of
ficial said this week that a council
had been formed to direct the ac-
tivities of the movement in place
of the lour leaders who were .<
tenced here to prison.
Further details of the agree
ment made during the visit i"
Britain of George Rockwell, head
of the American Nazi Party, also
were disclosed. The agreement
provided thai Rockwell was to
lake over leadership, presumably
from his headquarters in Arling-
ton, Va., of the so-called World
Union of National Socialists, in the
event British National Socialist
leader Colin Jordan goes to pi'..-en
Jordan was sentenced to nine
months' imprisonment after he
and three of Ins lieutenants were
found guilty on two counts of a
four-point indictment, charging
them with violation oi the P
Order V I
The main objectives cf the
"Wcrld Union" were listed as
formation of a "monolithic" or-
ganization to fight the Jewish-
Communistic-Zionist apparatus of
treason and subversion, and to
promote "the Aryan race and
its Western civilization." Another
stated objective was "to find
and accomplish on a worldwide
scale a just and a final settle-
ment of the Jewish problem."
An eventual 'world order based
on race" was listed as still another
ultimate goal. Membership is re-
stricted to individuals and groups
who "acknowledge the spiritual
leadership of Adolf Hitler."
Jordan and his aide. John Tyn-
dall, filed applications in a London
court for permission to appeal
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Meanwhile, a campaign launch-
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With the House of Common-,
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The issue also tO'.ICl oil
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Friday. October 23, 1962
FORM UNITED FRONT
Argentinians Organize
Against Anti-Semitism
BUENIS AIRES (JTA) Lead-
ing Argentine political parties and
personalities joined this week in
the formation of a United Front
Against Anti-Semitism In a state-
ment announcing the new organiza-
!.( n. the signers declared the step
had been taken "to promote per-
manent action against all anti-Se-
metic manifestations and any form
ci racism."
Sponsors of the new group includ-
ed Dr Carlos Adrogue. former In-
terior Minister; Gen. Pedro Aram-
buru. former President of Argen-
tina; Oscar Alende. head of the
Union Civica Radical del Pueblo.
( .. of the largest political parties
in the country; Adolfo Vicchi, head
ci the Conservative Party; and
Americ Ghioldi. head of the Social-
ist Party. Included among the
tponsors was the University Stu-
cents Socialist Party The found-
ers of the new movement issued a
statement, declaring:
"World experience in this cen-
tury shows that anti-Semitism is
the most alarming symptom of
tensions among negative forces
which can put a stop to a coon-
try's growth and development. It
is also an index to the presence
c* unadapted or psychopathic
personalities whose actions, pro-
jected into social and political
*ie Ids, sharpen present difficul-
ties and make impossible demo-
cratic cohesion."
th< .-ami time, three Jews
whi wen arrested last July in an
h between police and
Jews guarding a synagogue dur-
,i j th< height oi the summer's
anti-Semitic incidents were releas-
ed, but two .lews were continued
i r detention.
That announcement was made by
Dr. Mariano Grondona, subsecre-
tarj of the Ministry of the Interior.
who -aid the two Jews who wire
i 11 released will be brought before
a court for a hearing. The clash
occurred in the Buenos Aires sub-
urb of Caseros when police in an
unmarked car were approached by
the Jewish synagogue guards and
ting broke out A police in-
tor was fatally wounded. The
1 AIA, representative body of Ar-
gentine Jewry, Is dealing with the
- gal aspec ol the ease facing the
twi accused Jews
The Rev. Julio Meinville. a Cath-
clic pries; and author of the virul-
ently anti-Jewish work. 'Mystery
ci the Jews in History.' meanwhile
reiterated this week his anti-Semit-
ic \iews in ;. letter to Harry "R
Luce, editor of Time Magazine.
The letter was published in the
El Mundo in Buenos
-
Mi v.. writing in r
' a Time arli( l< i n his anti-Si
Abe Horrowitz Masquerade
Vuxil
V'etera -
ieen n is juera i
-. thi L'nifii
i
activities, denied that he had been,
condemned by the Catholic hier-1
archy for his opinions on Jews. He I
said that his books had received |
the imprimaturs of the Archbishop :
Of Buenos Aires "Regarding my
affirmation that Jew s are the sons |
of the devil' I only repeat the
teachings of our Lord Jesus.'" he'
stated.
I
T Branch Has
New Supervisor
New youth activities supervisor
at the North County YMHA Branch
is Howard Margolis. who has spent
the last three years in Dade coun-
tv as a group worker at Youth
Hall.
In his new capacity. Margolis
will supervise the after-school, jun-
ior high and senior high divisions
He will be the first full-time group
worker to serve as an assistant to
the branch director at this loca-
tion.
The North County "Y" i< a
branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
While attending Ohio State Uni-
versity, Margolis was associated
with the Jewish Community Center
of Cleveland He served for three
summers as a counselor at Camp
Wise, which is conducted by the
Cleveland Center, and as a club
leader for the same agency. In
addition. Margolis was aquatic di-
rector for the YMCA in Lima. 0.
In his new assignment. Margolis
will l>e responsible for the organi-
zation of programs and supervision
of leader- in activities for children
ol elementary school age conduct-
ed during the afternoons. His even-
ing responsibilities will involve the
complete supervision and coordina-
tion of teen-age programs, includ-
ing club presidents council, inter
club activities, and special events
Among dignitaries participating in the Me Dante Fascell, State Rep. Cciey Matthews.
Ami pilgrimage Bon Voyage party recently Standing (left to right): County Commissioner
held here were seated ((left to right): Zev W. Tom Sasso and Mrs. Sassc, Miami 3each
Kogan. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president, Councilman D. Lee Powell, or.d Vice Mayor
INF Southeast region. U.S. Congressman ci Miami David Kennedy.
Miami Caravan Leaves for Israel
HOWARD MARGOUS
UF Maps Stellar TV Show Here
United Fund will kick off its 1962
fall campaign with an all-star tele-
vision simulcast on Saturday. No-
vember 3. it was announced by Will-
iam C. Lantaff. United Fund presi-
dent
The show, which will he carried
on all three local television chan-
nels, will star Gloria De Haven.
Henry Morgan. Dorothy Sarnoff.
and Mel forme Music will be un-
der the direction of Jacques Don-
Also featured will he ventriloquist
Kay Carole, the variety team of
Ferre and Man., plus the 75-voice
versity of Miami Symphony
Choir directed by Glenn Draper,
Emcees, representing ihe three
- are Clunk Zink. WTY.l.
! i layton. W< KT; and Virginia
Booker, wi.r.w
"This .- not a telethon." Lantaff
e\; bul \ ariety
ting Ihe volunteers ol
United Find of Hade County."
The show w ill be taped '>< I ire
ence of volunteers on Wed-
nesday. Oct. 31. at Dade County Au-
ditorium It will be televised on
Nov. 3, from 11:15 p.m., to 12:15
a.m.. on chs. 4. 7. and 10.
Volunteer producer will be Jer>
ome Chnur, who has i irected both
the Bell Telephone Hour and the
U.S Steel Hour.
Purpose of ihe program to
bring attention to United Fund Sun
day on Nov. 4, when thousands ol
volunteers will begin the door-to-
door campaign ;n an effort to raise
the 1962 campaign goal of $2,847,-
962
A group ci Greater Miamians
left Tuesday t> go lo Israel, where
the> will participate in the dedi-
cation oi Me Ami, this community's
twin citj to lie erected in Israel as
a project ol the Jewish National
Fund Council here.
Participants in lh< M< -\mi cara-
van an Mrs May Berg. Mr and
Mrs. Johan L. Berman, Judge and
Mrs Irving Cypen, Mr. and Mrs
Herman Dermer. Mr and Mr-
Ezra Finegold, Moysha Gimmel-
stein, Mrs Bettj 1 Gingiss, Mrs
George Goldberg, Mrs Kate Gold-
meer, Mr. and Mrs Peter Heller,
Mrs Ethel Herzog.
Mr. and Mrs Morris Kantor,
Mrs. Lena Karg. Mrs Milton Koch,
Dr. Zev w Kogan, Dr. and Mrs
Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Fannie Lieh-
nian. Dr. and Mr- Meyer Marks.
Mr and Mr- (ier-hen Miller. Mrs
Ros Mi.-i .-son. Mr and Mrs Hen-
ry Penchansky, Mrs Miriam Press
Louis Roissman, Mr and Mrs
Barred Rcthenberg. Mr and Mrs
Herbert Shapiro, am; Bernard Sil
ver
The .'.-> up v...- last week feted
at a boi ... -i functii n i the Al-
giers hotel. Digi itaries
who a .di i ssed i gal I
eluded Hei Dante l
state Hep Caiej Matth Vice
Mayor of Mian i David nnedy,
Miami Beat un .::... i Le<
Powell, and County Coir
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Isaac Woikowsky: Passing So. Florida Landmark
p HARR S MONHOFF
,i.v Hebrew
,,-. :-,, Woikowsky. a
,1 Miami : ; nearly 4i>
eath st. Older
- and :-- W isters were
to Igari ^hat a colorlul.
. of the pre-boom 1925
had passed away This
p i- rapidly dwindling.
., poop.' and newcomers
,'., i ve been surprised to see
Chris ins i- Jews at the
Funeral Chapel. Those
known :he deceased inti-
[natel: could appreciate the dcti-
nitivt emark- >t Dr. Joseph
v,-,,-, nose -."i!o-iy was accurate.
',,: and pene rating, without
:,,- exaggerations which
nistera feel to be nec-
,....,r :i sucn an u-casion.
I- Wolk \\ was always
"Ike." !t must be re-
el that lefore Gen. Kiscn
i o,: respectability
.1- Hi.
wini ha

i ihe terms
;,. .i eroga-
iboul "illy
. hen they
it was
tla te the
[ra or
-
He delih
unpopular
i i| suffer
1a, judg-
I Christian
instant visi-
: .-denl After School
;, Ike seemed t'>
in business.
as no mere money-grub-
he iva lal impression
; pose which
me facets in his com-
i I irn in Key West
le itholic school,
have had ex-
- ir they exercis-
over him.
Latin was so
'. 1'ild, to his
n im memory
i> in the on-
lacher in-
extent that
-: aki speare
ISAAC WOIKOWSKY
. winning personality
:. : ring an exchan : f wits,
\ under his skin, he
v oul I ret :
Julius Caesar
mirth,
en j
re waspis volui

He
"
!
cite ;
.
... (
the
1.....-. toothe the dull c >IJ
f death'
Primarily. Ike was a business-
man, but not in the conventional
or methodical manner. He had
the eontidence and esteem of three
generations of L Greif and Bro .
one Of the oldest and largest
clothing manufacturing concerns
in the U.S.A., and that means in
the world A skillful merchan-
diser ."id a most adroit clothing
buyer, the best in the countrj ac
cording < ompet tor h i never
aspired to become the big mer-
chant, which he could have been.
Before his health failed, mer-
chandisu nly a small part
About Harry Simonhoff
j, .... -i
... |t- '! : i J| Ml
' I- Simonho// :- -.-
number of volumes alreaoj
role <>) Jews
Oi the earl - Mi
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ombine to nesday from to .* m I i i p.m.
< foi my programs Luncheon will be served at noon
in the Cbine-e Kitchen restaurant
le and Shoshanna chap- Mr- Harry Beyer and Mrs Jack
'''' >p ins >r a Halloween | Lepen. oil are in charge of reser
luncheon and card party on Wed-1 rations.
of his -pi e venture- I!' .1
hotel, an apartment house or an
office structure was in distress,
he together with associates might
acquire a building or two, espec-
ially if the proceedings were in-
volved Then his active, fertile
brain reveled in the protracted
negotiations necessary if tying up
the loose ends of a complicated
transaction. His ingenuity and re-
sourcefulness in cooking up a deal
was surprising.
Native Floridian
But his interest waned as soon
as the deal became a fait accom-
pli. Then he would sell his in-
terest at a small profit. He sel-
dom went in for buying tracts of
vacant land This required pat-
ient holding and patience was
lacking in Ike's nervous, excitable
temperament
But this impatience came in
handy during the great land boom
of 192."). He was one of the very
few who emerged a winner after
the ipsi I The reason
was quite ibvious. He simply dis-
: ;i interests before
the debacle He had no time for
he future." Ye'
'! in ith qualitj. togel:
with a cynical istrus I \ acant
ties, prevented him
from piling up the fortunes othi
made in acquiring large tracts
during tl"- lepression.
Moscow Synagog
Attacked Again
Continued from Page 1-A
noted that it was "significant" that
many of the celebrants were young
people. The synagogue is in the
center of Moscow, only about a ;
half mile from Red Square, where
there are always heavy concentra-
tions of militia. Police are also
usually massed in Moscow where-
ever many people are congregated.
Miller reported no arrests or any
ether police action.
The synagogue, which for years
has beer, open for services seven
days a week, may be closed
weekdays on orders of Soviet au-
thorities, according lo a report
here this week in The Day-Jew-
ish Journal, a Yiddish daily.
The official Kremlin excuse for
the possible order to shut the house
ot worship on weekdays, according
to the report, is that the partial
closure "will prevent the illegal
trade in religious articles Gov-
ernment official- have charged
openly in recent months that the
synagogue is a center for alleged
"black market traffic" in Hebrew
ritual prayer shawls, phylacteries
and prayer books which, presum-
.1! |j. are donated to the congre-'
j ants b> I ireign 1 isitors.
It was also reported that N'aum
s Paller, president of the syna-
: me I his it rei ation
g the recent High Holi
-, n ices that the Government had
1 ei 11 requested for permission to
tune new prayer shawls woven for
the Jews who lack the taleithim.
Mr Paller was quoted as saying
that he had hired a weaver, who
is a non.lew, to make the taleithim,
and that he hoped permission tor
a Start on the manufacture might
be received soon.
Born and raised in Fl
was accustomed I <
v astelan I thai api ;alu<
less II was then impos-ible to
visualize the enormous -pur: oi
population, the Federal financing
of homes, or the coming of the
atomic and space age. Neverthe-
less, he did not do so badly tor
himself.
Early in the century. Key West
had a sizable Cuban population
Ike's father ran a store and had
many Cuban customers. Ike pick-
ed up enough Cuban-Spanish to
pass for a native. When among
them, he absorbed their gestures
and idioms, their voice inflec-
tions, mannerisms and slang to
the extent that he seemed trans-
formed into a genuine Latin Amer-
ican. He was ever ready with an
apt Cuban quotation when driving
home a point A hand-out to a
peanut politician he translated
.1- "goafs milk." and pett; erafl
he lesignated "bottelito," little
When anyoi showed htm
the price written on I he
would remark
w ill i :

His Sense of Humor
it j 11ract 1 vi
quality oi Ikes winning pers
it\ |a\ in his wry and dry humor
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salt and
a '
With a stt
rurd or 1
loose his still
: rmality or The
story goes that
pestere I him to see K > West
Among the sighl te is sn
the interior ol t;-. i il h ise Ike
left him wan lei il inside the
prison while he talked to the
Sheriff, a buddy since school*
days. He went oil to trans
some business and returned after
an hour. The visitor, locked in
a cell, could hardly appreciate
the humor in Ike'-, innocent greet-
ing. "Where dil you disappear1
was looking all over for you."
When he operated a store cus-
tomers would never let clerks
serve them, for they complained
"that would be missing the
show
,\ fitting summat m is express-
ed ir. a letter ol c indolence to th
widow of I- sky from
Dai id L ( xtremt Ij liffii pul in1 1
I .
for
: dship m most a

& B -
refer to 1 ,
I ir We s
mi n
able sense
hten up ai

Training School
Has Luncheon
Luncheon was to be held Thurs-
day noon at the DiLido hotel by
Miami Beach Jewish Home and
Training School for Retarded Chil-',
dren
The school recently opened it-
quarters at 543 Lenox ave.. with
Mrs, Ella Wallman a- founder pres-|
idenl
Chairman of the function was toj
be Mrs Eve Brick, with Mrs Rose
Kampf as co-chairman, Also in
charge ol arrangements was Mrs
Halperin, vice president.
When you move
to town...or to
a new home...
Your Welcome Wagon
Hostess will call with a
basket of gifts ... and
friendly greetings from
our religious, civic and
business leaders.
If you, or others you
know, are moving, be
sure to phone Welcome
Wagon.
HI 84994




I -
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vJenist ffrridi
Friday, October 26, 1962
College of Jewish Studies to Launch
Courses in Variety of Adult Subjects
Registration at the College of
Jewish Studies <>f the Bureau of
Jewish Education will open Oct.
JO and Nov. l. The college will
be*sponsored !hi year by cousin1-
gations in the Southwest and North
Dade areas. The program, Ix'th
for teachers and adult students
will bo greatly expanded this year
meeting in three I icatii ns.
The Miami bi im h ol the c il
lege will m leth Dafi Con
n 2625 SW 3i oi
uesda) evenings from 8 to 10
p.m., beginning Oct. 30 I
:ini brai ch w ill i ses in
Post Biblical Jewish History."
Elementary Hebrev Intermed-
ate Hebrew" and "Com
Hebrew." with the facultj i i
ing of Louis Si xe<
tive director oi the Bureau, Zvi
tosi kranz, Hersh Bi rman and
: ouis Gadon, insti ucl
>.i\ Id i i tion
The second hour on Tuesdays
will offer two forum sessions at
9 p.m. The topic of the first
semester forum will be "Giants
in Jewish Literature," the sec-
ond semester, "Message of the
Prophets." "Giants in Jewish
Literature" will consist of the
study of .ireat Jewish writers
and writings from the golden age
of Spain until today, including
Yehuda Halevi, Yehuda L. Gor-
don, Achad HaAm, Hayim Nach-
man Bialik, Saul Tchernihofsky,
Shalom Aleichcm, Isaac L. Per-
tx, and Martin Buber. The
second semester forum will pre-
sent a study of the great ethical
cachings of the Biblical prophets.
The two forum sessions will en-
list the following revolving fac-
ulty: Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld, Dr Nath
aniel Soroff, Rabbi Morns Skop.
Louis Schwartzman, Marim Kur-
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
GARDEN MAUSOLEUM
"THE SOUTH'S
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETERY"
N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVr
TU 5-1689
man. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Leo
in, Rabbi Samuel April. Rab-
bi Mordecai Podet, Dr. Joseph
Narot, Herbert Berger, Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman, Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard, Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Saul R .bin and R :i<:>i Herschel
Brooks
>f the col-
will be held in the North
Dade i ning X v 1. with
- alternal n; everj
ii Beth ': ii
r blvd.,
ish enter,
tdath Yes-
1025 NE Miai iardens
lr.; to 1 meth ation,
12250 '-'"' '' ; to Youi
rael, N'E 171s1 si
llowing coui
ed "Kn w Your T
[< brew ," "Inl ti He
the facult> msistii
ol ii
rector
n; Abrah
r i h
,tion: and Me; er S imberg
educational director ol Temple Ner
rhe North Da I) Branch will
also offer to forum
l to 10 p ni The firsl will be
... Je h I ife." a stud)
it the impact I
upon Jewish life al v arii us criti
cal -' Jewish history The
second forum will headline I
time of a Jew." a study of Jew-
ish thought and practices from
cradle to the grave The revolv-
ing faculty for the two forum si -
sions ill consist ol Rabbi Max
Lipshitz, Rabbi Samuel M Mach-
tei. Rabbi Henry Wernick, Rabbi
Sherwin Stauber, Herbert Berj
Rabbi Harold Richter. Rabbi Nath-
an Zwitman, Louis Schwartzman.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Rabbi
Simon April. Dr Nathaniel Soroff,
Dr. Isaac Unterman, and Kabbi
Morton Shalowitz,
The Miami branch and the
North Dade branch are offering
courses of study leading to
teachers license for Sunday
school and pre-schcol teachers,
and courses for adults who seek
serious Jewish study.
'l he third branch w ill mei
the Burea J wish Educal
build 15 N\v 3rd ave. for
training ol teachers for the com
munity, Courses will be offi
Thursda) mornings in ir
year program for preparation for
examination of the National Board
of License and for Hebrew teach-
er license tor Greati r Miami. The
subjects offered to prospective He-
brew teachers include "Bible."
"Prayers," "Writings" and "Mud.
ern Hebrew History." The courses
are arranged for special groupi
under the direction of Dr. Natn-
aniel Soroff. Bureau consultant.
Further courses in "Teaching
Methods" and in "Prayer Content"
will be offered to the Hebrew
teachers on Friday mornings and
afternoons under the direction of
Louis Schwartzman and Herbert
Berger, beginning Nov. 2. Courses
in 'Teaching Methods'" for post-
continuants and beginner teachers
in Sunday school departments will
be offered on Fridays at 3:30 p.m.,
nning Nov. 2. under the in-
Struction of Louis Schwartzman.
The college will also sponsor
Ulpan courses for adults both in
Miami and Miami Beach, a
course in intensive Hebrew in-
Justice Warren
, Due at Seminary
By Special Report
NEW YORKChief Ju
Warren will partii Ip ite ii
I day study session at the Jewi<
Theological Seminary of .
; on Sunday. Nov ;. n
nounced by Dr, I. mis Fit
chancellor of the instituti
Chairman of l
tner Fi deral Judgi -
.kind, vice chain::..::
, nary's board ol r
will ti
eol o |uj on the
I'.c\ end 1 i
Nathan Cohen center' confers with Jon Tannen (left1 and
Larry Feldrr. : on the two boys' prospective Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Menorah this year. Both were bom duiing
the year theii pan igned Temple Menorah's charter, and
will take part in Temple Menorah's Bar Mitzvah banquet at
[on Sunday, Nov. 4. Cohen is celebrating
. his seven::-. Bar Mitzvah. He is 92 years old.
structien. A special notice has
been sent to all Jewish oiganira-
tions in the community to bring
together all irte ested students,
to determine time and plac? of
instruction.
The i ill also sup rvise
the Bureau's annual TV Hebrew
ram, "Living Hebrew." which
a ill again be br ia leas' this j ar
over stati in WTHS, ch 2, on
Thursdays, beginning Nov. 1, at
6:30 p m
The firsl semester of the col
lege at Beth David will be held
Hum Oct 30 to Dec. 18. and the
first semeter in North Hade from
Nov 1 to Jan. 10. The second
semester at Beth David will be
from Jan I! to March 12. and the
second semester in North Dade
from .lan 17 to Mar. 21.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all.
Sunshine Chapter
Member Fete
B'nai B'rith Women. Sunshine
chapter, will hold its annual paid
up m< mbi rship affair n Tuesday,
: at the Americana h
Pi il in rlude entertain-
ment and
The publi Rest rv i
tions chairman i- Mrs Joseph
Samuels
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1962
Jenisi> fkjrSdHenn
Page 13-A
a >
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
r V IS
urf /our qualities in d"is-
- he who quic\ly understands
|(|) forget*. Iiis gam dis-
he who under-
,th difficulty and forget*
disappears
: he who understands
j difficulty
l. lie U'llO llll-
::. difficulty and for-
Iim is an tvil portion
*
r
ii characters sug-
ii ho attend the
;,!. lie who goes and
... :. [ secures ihe re-
lic who T''"
secures the re-
he who !!>'<>
is a saint; lie u'ho
practices d
:
hU frllou'
tingle rule, a
ix fir i
::. ought to
e son of

Bi aui stri
. .
.. and con
u said the '.
(I y, if ii be
( usness,
men
and the adorn-
the :: ... head;
a croi -. unto the wtst
.. id :: says, chil
.. i the croum of
adornment vf
/\./i.)l.-.l /ftiftc
J he ^/ Vcw
Israeli! Celebrate Simchas Torah
JERI SALEM i.ITA) Joyous
in synagogues and on
i marked the Simchas
: in Israel last week-
inds 'ook part in pub
inns in Jerusalem
\s\\ Chief Kahbi Itzhak
Minister for Religious
rh Warhaftig greeted
in Jerusalem's be-fla'g-
Si.....i'. outside the Hei-
thi Supreme Relig-
which organizes the
year In Tel Aviv,
greeted bj Mayor
ir and Chief Rabbi
'Guide- Alters Ritual Practices
JTA1 The Re-
Foundation, the re-
m founded by Rao-
M Kaplan with adher-
' si rvative and Re-
v dedicated to "the
I Judaism as a re-
civilization." issued its
' Jewish Ritual" this
atures of the Guide
'"' ion oi ihe full equal-
men in ritual matters,
I the traditional dis-
between the Cohen "the recognition of
1 ln "tual as legitimate un-
modern life." and
upon affirmative usages
on prohibitions.
R*bbis Reject New Bible
2J Y<'RK-(JTA)-TheMet.
\ Bard of Orthodox Rab-
itement this week
It* Jewry "to re-
;.Vr' >* religious use" of the
3n OL 7&a/m Of JHt
lavni s
r^eligjious &L^ife
The Loyal Temple Member
Should Attend the Services
By RABBI MORDECAI PODET
Temple Judea
Amnnc us is the person who is
the synagogue's highest hope, and
at the same time, it's greatest
menace. He is a Temple member,
probably in good financial stand-
ing, dues relatively up to date. And
whiie he is by no means over-oc-
cupied with Jewish aflairs, he (l subscribe to the English-Jewish
press, and he does scan this paper.
He may. in fact, be looking at this
very column. Who is he, this hiy "I
hope and dark menace to the syna-
gogue? Why is he so great a men-
ace?
He is the well-intentioned Jew
who luliuigs to the Temple, locally
shares its financial burdens, but
does not know and embrace thai
fur which the Temple stands, He
belongs because it seems somehow
right to belong, because it seems
socially or professionally desir-
able; because his wife's friendj do
or his: because his children
"ought" lo be m some religious school
He is potentially a menace lo the Temple, not because he is a bud
man. but because nut knowing, really, the teachings and ministrations
of the Temple, he cannot help but bring the values of the uninformed,
inexperienced Jew into the Temples sacred precincts. Since large num-
bers of such .lews are streaming into temples everywhere, there is a
grave danger that their inexperienced and uninformed Judaism may
corrupt the very fountainhead of Judaismthe Temple That is why
this Jew, though a member ot the congregation, may be. despite his
loyaylty, a menace to the Temple
It is hethis loyayl congregantwhose untrained expectation- exert
influence upon religious schools to consume time, energy and resources
for purposes at variance with the best and highest Jewish pedagogical
thought: rote learning, empty pageantry, elaborate if ineffective train-
ing for a life the pupil will never live. It is hethis yolay member
who unintentionally mocks Judaism by ycelebrating lavishly the cessa-
tion of his children's education in Judaism at the ripe age of thirteen.
How shall we convey to this loyal Temple member what he must
experience and know in order to be the Temple's hope and pride, and
not its menace? While there are many ways, one way stands out. The
regular, "ordinary" Sabbath service, week in and week outthis is the
oldest, and has been the most effective instrument for inculcating Jad-
aism in our people.
The services of the synagogue are not an end in themselves. They
teach, remind and incite us in the precepts and practices of our faith.
Attendance at a regular Sabbath service is not the highest duty of the
Jew. But it is one of his duties. The proper Sabbath service not only
helps prevent his distorting and diminishing the values the Temple rep-
resents. It also sends him out of the Temple better able and more ready
to live by his Judaism.
Then he might well be not a menace, but the hope and pride of the
synagoguethe Jew who knows and lives his Jewish allegiance
S
c r v i c e s
C7 It i s 'We eCettd
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
mi,st be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be retumcJ as prooT of
their lateness. '
RABBI MORDKAI PODfT
. one of our duties
i .. .....-."us use in me
1 the Torah sched-
ished next January
Publication Society
According to the Jew-
Society, the trans-
first to be made di-
traditional Hel
What is contained in the boxes of
the Tefilin (phylacteries)?
The four portions of the Bible
which contain mention of the com
mandment to wear the Tefilin arc
contained in these boxes, i Ex
l lo. Ex. 13: 11-16, Leut. 6: 4-10,
and lieut ii: 13-21). In the phy-
lactery used on the band all the
four portions arc written on one
parchment scroll In the phylac-
tery used on the head, the four
portions are written on separate
scrolls and lodged in separate com-
. partments.

Why is the phylactery of the arm
put on before the phylactery of
the head?
This is the order mentioned in
the Scriptures which commands
"Thou shall bind them for a sign
upon Thine arm and they shall be
lor frontlets between Thine eyes

Why are the phylacteries worn
only during prayer in the morn-
ing?
Originally the phylacteries were
worn all through the day. Since
the phylacteries arc holy objects
they require the body of one who
wears them to be pure and away
from contact with impurities
While this was possible in olden
i mes it i- not possible in currt nl
times because oi the various
i en iged in during th<
v hich make it imp< watch
> | are surroundini -
Therefore, they arc worn during
the morning prayers only, since at
that time the individual has jus!
ari-cn has | uril'led himself, and
certainly is in pure surroundii -
during his morning prayer.

Why is it that on Simchas Torah we
erd the reading of the Penta-
tuch and then begin again from
the beginning?
Tin- is don.- so thru the public
may be impressed with the fact
that one is never finished with the
Torah and that each time it is read
something new is gleaned. As a
matter of fact, this procedure is
followed in the prayi is too which
begin with Adon Ulum and end
with Adon Olam

Why is it that when the first pass-
ages from Genesis are read on
Simchas Torah the congrega-
tion repeats aloud certain sen-
tences?
The reason for this is because the
reading from Genesis on Simchas
Torah is not clone for reading alone
as it is done on the following Sab-
hath it is done also for study and,
therefore, the congregation repeats
certain sentences aloud to partici-
pate in this study and to affirm
their faith in the creation of the
world by the Almighty, It is also
claimed that es winch
shall declare the
sayii and
it v.. :,u it was morn-
GUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avc.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever.
Friday ."..:> p m Saturda) JO
Si rmon "-ai thi Woi Id l"r< -' I t'.r
ill.- 'We' of the "I?' Host 1 halo*
Sendot Hai rj I 'an mi >

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. LiDson.
Frida) ." r. i-in Saturday M a m Bai
Mltzvah Jlmmie, son of Mr and Mm
Solonv 'ii I 'n siii' >

BETH EL. 500 Sw win ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schift.
l-'iiilny .".::;" p.m. Saturday S n n m
Sermon "In thi Beginning Mlncha
, -.. p m
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fein.
i : i\ s !". | ill Sermon-: The Rtsyk
I >..i Satiirda) s l.i :i in i M
>' un. .-..ii uf Ml. and Ml I.-
.ml V. x..

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodcx. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
i. .- ri I i
S' i mi n '. Si-w !:-.' iiu i; -1
.,u. :- al women's- i mi u Shatiliat

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
.:>i |. in Saturday in ., m
Sfrmon rii nU i lod Thwe is ,i I '
iclnn

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW ::th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Raubi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Saturda) v c. ., m Sermon "Thi Bi -
nlna of >;. -i^ Si udi nta' Ber-
\ en to a.m.

BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. ie-m st. nd NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Iriilav s "n p.m. Sermon: "A Dis-
rate Fatal Mediocrity." Baa MIW-
in Sharon, daughter *< Mr .ml Mr
Gerald Zimmerman. Saturday '"
.i in Uai Mltsvah: Jamea, bi n of Mi*
.mil Mrs l: i n.ml Marks; Herman,
s..n of Mr. anil Mis MUITA) lir.-n-
bera;; Herbert, sn >>{ Mr. and -Mrs.
Saul Hliinu nl h.tl.

OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richtjr.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Pi da) 8 r< p ni. Sermon: "In the
Beginning, God." Saturday 8 30 a m
Sermon Portion "f the Week." Bar
Mltsvah l.ai...... s"ii "f Mr and
Mrs Harry Tropp,

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pt. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
fold.
Prlda) ;:: p m Saturda> V a m
Bar Mitivah: John, sen of Mr and
Mr s.i'n Seidman.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday '
Sermon "Stor> of Creation -

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mofern
Traditional.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643R SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
r i .
the I'nlvi
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I Pt I i :n.. i
irdaj 9 a m. It.ir
-..ii ..f ,\ii i nli .
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURLN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
mi. s. rmi i:. .
'I'm Satui daj '.' .
I lar M ll /'.ali Ira, son nl ^l .i nd
Mrs Sniiii \ Wasserman Mini
p in.
TEMPLE BETH AM. E950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantc- Charles
Kodner.
Friday v SO p.m. s. rmi 'Thi Sew
Translation of the Blbh "

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 av*. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.

TEMiPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hull, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rari I Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Fi iila \ si;, p n Sermon: Is I>lvi -
the Ans.i. i Sni in daj :' 30 .i n
Se! n I \ ..in."'

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
P'bbi Samuel Mendelowit*. Can-
tor.

TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 ChasJ
ave. Liberal. Ratbi Leon Kronish
Cantjr David Conviaer

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TEMPLf -^OLOM. ib NW
GEMS OF WISDOM
tii'cnest is an
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closi ':urr
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as not to expose <
\ in s YOHAI
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei-
iyj.i.i. 30 ;. n. Sermon: "Tour t rea
livi Bowers i 'in Shubbat Ii"-'
-..,.:..... i .- :' Junior fongr*
a.m. Sei mon 'The
Weekl) Portion

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
Friday 13 : >" Saturda) 9 a.ni
Killibi Herman Cohen i'.l preaoh on
The Weekl) Portion "f the Bible
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th it.
Reform. Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:13 a.m. 8erme>n "What < an
Religion and Tour Temple I'" for
Yi.il'"' Reception for new member*
of ih.' Temple will follow service.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown.
Friday 8 tr p m Bermon: 'who
Speaks fur Jewry?" Slaturday 19:30
a m, Bar Mltavah: Stanley, son of Mr
ami Mrs Abraham Stein,

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Prlda' s ::, p.m. Sermon: "The Story
of i :. ation Fai I or Fiction."
urda\ : a m, Sermon: "Tin- Portion
,,; Hi. Wl k Bar Mitivah Btl ^- ii
Mr .hi.i Mrs Arthur Kohl.

TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st. and
Tatutn Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
a\ s.i", p.m. Sermon "Commun-
ism, Christianity ami the Classroom.'

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12-00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
I idll ( s ; ". |, I,, | .'!,. iiitr BI n I. f
1 ...\\ i -Hl M iSi anil
, Torah." b) l >r Abba liill.i
. i <.i run! .n 111 B i Mltll all
Stanli >. .- n : Mi and Mrs Ufi d

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
WernicV Cantor Albert Glantz.
"I'll. Oel
n Shabbat hoel
.s gtei hoi .1 Sal urela) 9 a m
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabni
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack
Lerner.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Heishel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Zvi.
Pi Ida i i and S.lo p m, Sermon:
i r. Wntei thi i it finning .: Crea
Don rda: n i". a m Sermon
"And Cod Saw, What Hi Created Waa
i:.....I

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday S:3 S-i mon: "i Ii m
in tteelnnina ol Man." Saturda) I 10
., in Rar Mltx>ah Jan, sun ..f Mi
and Mi Reuben I I ..-!. I man.

YEHUCAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
h'w Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
i : Ida) s IS i'.ni saturda) 9 a m. Bar
Mltsvah Howard, son ol Mr. and Mm
Sidne) Strom.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.

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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Who are the Jews of Germany Who Chose to Return?
THE SURVIVORS. A Report on tho Jews in Germany
Today. By Norbett Muhlon. With an Introduction by
H.n Kohn JJt pp. N*w York: Thomas Y. Crowe-ll
Company. 301 Park Av*. So. S3.95.
FORTY-THOUSAND Jews live in Germany today. They
represent less than a tenth of the size of Germany's
Jewish population in 1933. which stood, mostly in the
upper middle class, 530.000 strong. Yet forty-thousand
is still a number which staggers the imagination of any
one who wonders why even one Jow would wish to live
In the country of hfs tears, among his terrorists.
German-born veteran reporter Norbert Muhlen has
visited Germany every year since 1948. talking with Jews,
Nazis and Germans. His presentation of what he calls an
"interim" report on the status of German-Jewish regen-
eration is a remarkable document in human relations.
Whether it suggests the foolhardiness of human endeavor
or whether it is an outline of foresighted courage is one
of the tew questions wtrttfr Mt. Muhlen does not try to-
answer; for this one, he says, he simply doesnt know.
For this one, he says, one can only hope.
But the other questions and their detailed answers
come thick and fast in the author's clear, steady style,
which tnrns even statistics into fascinating reading. Who
are the Jews who chose to return, and why did they so
choose' Are they oldsters who remained out of inertia
and will die away, or are tbey a more vital cross section
UH listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Some Fancy Arab Oratory at the United Nations
United Nations
FOR MORE THAN three weeks, the
General Assembly ground on withy
scarcely poop worth noticing M far as
Israel was concerned. Not that Israel
was not mentioned. Several of the Arab
representatives had already spoken their
pieces 111 what'; called here the 'general
debate"the procedure under which
Foreign Ministers and other Bigs pronounce the general
foreign policies 01 their respective governments. Of course
Israel WAS dragged in. And a few other diplomats, mostly
lrom African or other new members, made it their busi-
ness to say a lew nice words hinting that they don't exactly
hate Israel But on the whole, nothing noteworthy had
happeneduntil The Pay. Thenthe Israel Arab issues
exploded
1 Ahmed Ben Bella, the dapper Prime Minister of
new Algeria, took to the rostrum to deliver the first ad-
dress on brhalt of the new member state Algeria had
just been voted 111becoming the 109th member. Mr.
Ben Bella is the gentleman who was quoted some months
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
They Do Identify
Washington
TWO CONGRESSMEN loomed in
the Just-adjourned Kth Con-
gress as watchmen of Israel who
neither slept nor slumbered. Initi-
ating between them more than 300
Instances Of activity on Jewish is-
sues
One was .1 Democrat, Rep Leon-
ard Farbstc.n. the ether Republican. Rep Seymour
Halpem Both are of the Jewish faith and repre-
tenl New York districts The records of these two
Congressmen showed much more activity and effec-
tive participation than any other house members.
Some Senators, especially those from New York
Stale, wan very active on matters of Jewish con-
cern, sometimes with good effect But the Senators
usually delegated responsibility to staff members,
and wen somewhat las* personally or directly in-
solved th.in representatives Farbsteui or Halpem.
It appeared that more results were obtained in the
House
Representatives Farbsteia and Halpem saw as
consistent with the national interest a multitude of
matters of special concern to Jews In addition,
their records indicated balanced work in other legis-
late areas
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the House, fought for the IS. supply of defensive
missiles to Israel to the extent that an Assistant Sec-
retary of State spent hours with hirr. one day The
nd forth with Rep Halperr. u
he rushed to answer roll call bells Knowing Rep.
Hainan as Im Na* Bast arms
Isaac l < nat was trying te persuade him to
let things n si
ras Re| s 1 lanal letter I
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auo I" the effect thai he hoped lOO.OOO Algerians might be
tossed into the Arab pot of witch's brew to help kill Is-
rael Reliable Algerian leaders were embarrassed by his
outspokenness he had made that pledge while visiting
Cairo. Now, in the Assembly, Mr. Ben Bella felt com-
pelled to mention his "Arab brethren" again. He vowed
solidarity with the "Palestinians. It was a mild men-
tion. But he had made his position clear
2. Sir Zafrulla Khan, the Moslem-Pakistani president
of the Assembly, proved some people were correct when
they feared that, in regard to Arab-Israeli issues, he would
show himself as more Moslem than neutral He did not let
his detractors down As soon as Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreign
Minister of Israel, spoke to the Assembly, again urging
direct peace talks, up jumped, to exercise Tight of re-
ply. the Foreign Minister of Jordan. Dr. Azim Nussibeh.
He had a prepared script which, obviously, had been writ-
ten before he had heard Mrs Heir's speech To say the
least about himhe was viciously anti-Israeli.
3. The Jordanian had no sooner got through when
Ahmed Shukairy. the loudest barker in the menagerie of
Jen baiters, followed through. Shukairys poison need not
be repeated herewe've heard that same speech for many
years. But two points must be made: (a) by telling the
UN that if the UN does not "settle" the Palestine problem,
then we will do it outside the IN"he declared war
against a member state, against Israel; ibi by sitting there
maeaivly silent, instead of stopping this exhibition of
warmongering in the Assembly. Sir Zafrulla showed where
he stood.
A. Finally. Dr John H. Davis, commissioner-general
Of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Pales-
tine Refugees, chose to issue his annual report on that
day The Davis report, too. has been treated in the news
dispatchee, and need not be resummanzed here. But one
must recall one delicious item in that report, an item that
may not have been given sufficient emphasis.
Among the many things that worry Davis is the fact
that UNRWA has carried on its ration rollsfor many
vcarsany number of dead. He had to show that hi was
rectifying" the ration rolls He did. citing some very
fancy figures But in that section of the report, to back
hi.- figures, he referred to some statistics "as indicated in
Table 3 of the Annex."
You turn to the Annex, find Table 3 You examine
those figures and find further reference to footnote "e."
You read that footnote, printed in very small type And
what do you find" You discover that, among the refugee*
removed from the rolls, were a lot of "miscellaneous"
eases. And you find this in the footnote: "The deletion of
refugees in Israel from the Agency's records is also re-
ported mainly under this heading |40.930 persons over the
penod July 1950-July 1953).''
Dr. Davis" figures admit various things, among them
that a total of 69.482 dead had been removed 18.600 in
the last year alone So there is an admission that there
have been many dead on the relief rolls, also that 53.720
names were removed under the category of "false regis-
tration and duplication "albeit only &52 of these chiselers
had been caught in the last year. But what about the
4*.990 persons* Those were Arab refugees who had been
absorbed by Israel. And UNRWA is still claiming credit
far their "removal" from the relief rollsnine >wr-
aiter these removals" were completed, by Israel, and
not by UNRWA, back in 1953
willing to chance a re-establishmer.t? What is i like lor
a Jew in Germany today?
In answer to this question, Muhlen did exhaustive re-
search on the prevalence of anti-Semitism in Germany,
tracking down incidents, many of which had teen re-
ported in the world*press with great inaccuracy, errvting
out others unreported. The wide insecurity among Ger-
mans in their "new" relationships with Jews produces,
he finds, a heightened sensitivity to Jews and thirty Jew-
ish, culminating in the fashionable philo-Semiv.-ai now
rampant. But Anne Frank pilgrimages and municipal
leaning over backward to be more than kind, rrore than
fair, are uncomfortable offerings to Germany's .1 tws, who
rightly understand this as a reverse rather than an erad-
ication of prejudice, and who would prefer to reject spe-
cial privileges. It is safer often to be Ignored than loved,
they feel.
Of course, the strong leadership of the vdenauer
government, whose insistence on reparations agr-ements
forms one of the book's most interesting stories, has been
the major impetus. But Germany's "new Stereotype-
Jews wanted" has also provoked a desire for Jews whichO
is expressed by G e r m a n s in psychologically x-culiar
fashion: "They are necessary for us to learn the demo*
cratic way of life, just as the Americans need their
Negroes." It Is true that Jews often set their n role
as precisely this kind of moral irritant. But it is strange
to find the oyster willingly seeking cut its grain if sand.
Or is the oyster finally learning to value p
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
About the Big River
(?HE PRESS this week can
' story charging that the presi-
lent of the illustrious Te
Smanu-EI of New York v.
ned an apartment on fashionable
'ark Avenue because of his rehg-
on.
Mississippi i- an Indian
__neaning "the big river.' and
b;g n\er ol Prejudice flows everywhere This
week the papers carried the story of revoluti
Yemen. The Jews of Yemen were treated
than the Negroes in Mississippi. In Mis.-i-
vvhile most of the Negroes are sharecroppers, work'
ing the larms of others, there are some work:"
their own farms. In Yemen, no Jews were permit-
ted to own land or become farmers.
Thus. Jews were not allowed the health*. \
ireise of the muscles that farming entails. To oft-
set that, no Jews in Yemen were permitted to ride
a horse, si they get exercise by walking. There
were also ^rchitecural restrictions No synag
was allow id of a height greater than a V.
house of worship, so the Jews wet* lorced to bu:ld
their synagi f 11 in cellars.
In many parts of Germany, little more
hundred years ago, Jews were not allowed or. the
sidewalks and. in Czarist Russia at the beginr.mc of
this century, a Jewess to live in any of the bi* cities
like St. Petersburg had to have a certificate showing
that sht was a loose woman, practicing a forbidden
profession Only the immoral Jews were per- tied
to live in these saintly cities of Holy Russia.
Coming back to Mississippi, during the .':''1
War. there was a gentleman there by the Dame i
Henry S Foote For a time, he was governor He
had a phobia about Jews. He could not put bis fool
down without seeing a Jew. He was elected to the
Confederate Congress and spent half of his t;
tacking Jefferson Davis. President of the Confed-
eracy, because he had named a Jew. Judab P ben-
jamin, to his cabinet. Foote always referred to
Judah P Benjamin as Judas Iscariot Benjamin
Yet if there was anyone who deserved the r.ame
of the betrayer it was Foote himself. Before the
Civil War was over, Foote took his two fee: jnd
crossed over to the Union side, and the Confederate
Congress passed a resolution giving Fvote the oat.

Between You ami Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Closer Interreligious Contact a Two-Way Street
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MAR riN FINE
Attorney for i'l
1 ith r-".....r l i-le l!-: i1 II ;
Muim: -. PI *ld i
l i l I-S8, I' J-9
il Bld|
M, ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 571708
IN RE Eal if
JACOB BERNSTEIN rn
as JACK BERNSTEIN,
'. iaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ind All Hav-
ina Claim* Demands A^ali it Said
Batate:
Y">: are u.-r.:\ notified nil re-
quired) to preaei md -
man.Is which you maj M igainil
thi itate of JACOB BERN -
aim known u J v K BERNSTEIN
dor rand late >f Dade Coui | Fl
ida. t.i th Count) Judarei Dad
County, ml file the same n juid! site
aii'i is provided I Bed
Fl.., id Si ii ii In e n
the '."ii '
Ly, Florida within six calendar >mmtin-
frmii the time I I
hiiei.r. the -a'i' win be barred
i la ted Mi i in'.. PI irlda, thii
lav "( September, A.D I:" -
! v\Mi: IIE tNSTE S
A- Executrix
PM p iblic itlon of thli
the .ih da) of O w'
My< i .. m, Kavl ui v 'ataman
Attorne> s for Bs......trlK
ii...i ti w lai Streei
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 13 HBREBt OHTEN thai
the mi.I.-r-m i-1 '^'' '"J
bualm aa undei I
BE V IT MONT AP ^R I MEN rs i
Blan Iti Drive, Miami Bea
intend to reel i I rial '.
CleiH -if the i lr i I Courl of I' i i
County, i
i V UN
MILDRED '' VIN
ARONOV : BR
Attorn i I .'
SOf Al II ling
9 li 1-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY tllVBN lhat
the underalgned, desiring i" engage in
in,.-in-.-- .ii i: i he I itltlo i- ii ui" .- ..(
Peacock Lumber and Supply Com-
pany; Peacock Lumber and Supply
Co., it SOtS Douglas Road, Miami.
Florida Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of Hi.- Circuit Court
if I lade '.".nil. Floi Ida.
I'l-. ai'i mK i.i MHEIt COMPANY
ii Kla i". r|i I
SMI. IN, 1IA\ S g; IIRCNDWERQ
Attorneys f" Applicant
I ll Ainsley Building
10/ls-M, 11/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I IN THE CIRCUIT court of the
1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY
No. 62C 10844
LOTTIE PERMl'MUX,
Plaintiff.
vs.
rl..vi III'M FERMI s. IN,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TI I.AI'HS PERI SCSI N
I *de mnty, Florida
v iii. i'l.vims PERM l'SON. are
hereb) n nie-i thai BUI of l"om-
I'laint for i'iv -r has heell filed
agalnsl you, ind you are required t"
serve i cop) of your Answer *.r
Pleading I the i'-iii if Complaint "ii
the plaintiffs Attorney, law of-
fices OP I STANLEY LEVIN E,
..... gj luthwest Second Avenue, Miami
. .. Florida iFR I-1H original Answer or Pleading In ilie
>i :ii- Clerk "I the Circuit
Court in -r before the l'.th da) -f
N ber, I'"'..', if you fail t" du soi
Judgment b) default will taken
against you for the relief demanded
:n the BUI :' Complaint.
This i, ::' shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
i ,. thia ith i > "i i i' i"i"-i. A.D,
i ^-i
i: i EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Da le Co nty, Florida
veali Bl K M I.YM.VN
i -us Clerk
law IF* ICES F
' S r VNLEY LEVINE
. "M SW .'ii I Avenue
1 Miami :iii. Pla PR l 16S1
;.v i.Yi.i-; c. L1EBERA1AN
) r Plaintiff
io it-i9-n, ii i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N ITICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
'the undersigned, desiring i" encage In
lai inder the fictitious name ?!
I TERRY KE/ PERSONNEL al 1I"'U
' Building. North Miami Beach, Plor-
ii Intend* to register -.ii'l name with
i the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Fl." i 11
TKRIISA '! ll'LDEN
Bole Owner
10 5-U-l --'.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-2W18
NOTICE 18 IIKRKItY OIVEN that
Man in Morgenstern, holder "f Count)
Tax Sale Certificate No 8437 Issued
ihe 1st day of June, A.D. I960, has
filed same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed t*' be Issued
thereon Bald Certificate embraces
the following described property In the
County of Dade, state of Florida. t->-
wlt:
Lot in Peacocks Re-8ub Lots
,; ft J I'.IK In |Oa,i.llkel. IViae J.S1.
Ill the COUnty <( Hade. Slate .if
F'lorida
The assessment of said property un-
dei the said certificate was In the
name of Ethel I. Lewis.
Inless -aid certificate shall in- re-
deemed according i" law. th,- proper!)
described herein will I..- s..ld to in.
hlehest bidder at the Court H"us- dool
on the flrsi Monday In th.- month of
November, 19*2. which is the Mh day
of November, 1961
Hated this Mth day of September
1962.
F. li LEATHBRJfAN,
Clerk "f Circuit Court, lmrie
(seal! C.unty. Florida
By R M LEEPER,
Oepulv Clerk
1(1-5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57210C
l IN KF. l-Islal.- ..I
BENJAMIN MILLER
I leceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Bald
Estate
Y"ii are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present any claim' and le-
iiiainis which you may have against
the estate of Benjamin Miller de-
. as. il late "f I lade Count i. Florida
to the County Judgas of Hoi- Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
a provided In Section TtS.I'i, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in In.ide County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
listed at Miami. Florida, ihla li
day of October, A.D 196!
NEON A EPSTEIN
As Executor
First publication of "liis notice on
the Mh day ..' October, 1969.
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney f"i Executor
ISO Lincoln ltd.. M B Pla
in S-12-19-S6
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY
No. 82C 10960
lOANN PINAN
Plaintiff,
v.
rOHN I PINAN,
I l.-l'.-M I 111'
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
TO ri min J PINAN
1X4 i illnton Avenue
Bro iklyn 18, New York
You, JOHN J PINAN, are hereby
I thai i Bill at Complaint for
i'i\ ii,. i.....n filed aaalnst vou,
ii, i \ .I we required i" Berve a copy
of your Answer or Pleadlna to the
inn of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
y. Ml IAIN FINN. 310 llis-
Oayne Building, Miami, Pla., :nd file
Mi- original Answer or i'leading in
the office .f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19th da) of
November, 1962, itherwlse the allega-
tions uf said '......'-int will be taken
is infested by you.
Thla nonce i...... ue published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THF. JEWISH I'l."HUMAN
DONE AND .i!|ii-'"i-:n i- '
Plot ii. till 12th day of Octoberi
A O. 1
i: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Daue County, ri irida
B) K M I.YM.VN
I' ity clerk
VFI.V1N FINN
Rl iyn Bldg
'
-
10/19-S6, ll/S-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10569
THE WILLIAMSIll KCII
SAVINOS BANK,
Plaintiff.
\ a.
FINI.FY JONES, Trustee In
Bankruptcy, JOSEPH I. SHAW and
CATHERINE M. SHAW hla wlfi
VICTOR VASII.ESKI ami IRM A
VASILESKI Ins wife, and the
L'XITBD STATES <>t AMERICA,
1 i.-fendants
*"^*eic'- ^e i',"e
To: JOSEPH L. SHAW and CATH-
.!!.\r. .->....... 1.1. .-.-......r.
L'NKNOWN if alive and if dead,
the unknown heirs, devisees
grantees, assignees, llenors, cred-
itors, trustees or ''" r claimants
claiming by, through, undei
.iu.iin~t an) of ih.- above named
defendants who are deceased.
You aie hereb) notified that th-
above captloned aotlon has been In-
stituted against you In Hie Circuit
court of the ELEVENTH Judii I ll
Circuit of Florida In and f..r DADE
County to foreclose mortgagi ui.....
the follow Ing lies/ i Ibed real pi perts
Lot IS, Block 51 FIRST ADDITION
Tti CAROL CITY according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In I'lai Book
60, Page 19 ol the Public Records of
i lade i ounty, Florida
You are required to file your hii-
wer to plaintiffs complaint with the
Clerk ol the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN fink, nth Fl..."
I>ade Federal Bldg Miami St, Florida
not later than November 19. 19*2 .u a
Decree Pru Confeeso will be entered
against you
I 'ated: i iciol.er 16, 1962.
K C LEATHERM v.N
clerk of the Circuit Court
seall Ri c P COPBLAND
I leput) 'lerk
MARTIN FINK
Attorne) f." Plaintiff
nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg,
Miami SS, Florida
1" 19-26, 11 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undaraigned, desiring to engagi i"
business under the fictitious nami ol
Morris Lapklua i.icimi.iii ft Associ-
ates at 94" Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida intend to register saM
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court ,.f Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS LAPIDl'S
ll Vlti ILD LIEBMAN
Sole i min-"
CYPEN ft SALMON
Atturneya for Applicants
RIB Arthur Qodfrey Road
lu 12-19-2*. 11 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nann of
March.mi. Perkins, Cook and Sclten-
M .it Mii'7 Biscayne Huildins
Miami, fi.i Intend to register said
name ltli the Clerk .: thi Clri iii
Court "t "ale Count}', Florida.
VI Vlti HAN'T AND PERKINS,
l'Ri IFEKSIONAL ASSi K'lATII IN,
(a Pla Coi p '
in 19-86, 11 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN i
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business undei the fictitious nami
Al CIST BROS BAKERY at nil S
>th Street, Miami. Florida Intends
registei said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Courl ..t Dade Coui
Honda
vi ci ST BAKERY, INC.
la Flu i rp '
ARTHl'R Aid st
Attorney for Applicant
(07 Alnsli i Bldg
m 19 -.'.. : i
1 al
in
uf
VY.
Io
of
ity,
2 9
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10181
MIAMI BEACH FF.l'KRAI. SAVINOS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a
lulled states corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs
JODY HERRMANN, et al
I li-ten,hints
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JODY HERMANN ami RICHARD
HERMANN, her husband
Yul' ARE HEREBY notified that
suit has been filed In the above styled
Courl to for.-clos.- thai certain mort-
gage given by OREEX THISTLE,
INC., t" MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
SAVINOS AN I' LOAN ASSOCIA-
TION, dated March IS, 1957, recorded
March 14, I57 under Clerk's Pile No.
MM-4412-i, of the Public Records of
I 'tide County, Mori'la. naainnt the
following teacribed property, lying
ami being in Dade ('ounty, Florida,
to-wlt:
I-.I J in HI... k So of IVES ESTATES
SECTION I, according to ihe Flat
thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 60
at Page 79 "t the Public Records (
I lade l lOUnt) I* lol Ids
You are required t.. serve copy of
your answ.r ..I pleading on the Plaint-
iffs attorneya, Meyer, Weiss, Rosen
ft Rose, i"T Lincoln Road, M I a m I
Reach. Florida, and file the original
answer in the Office ( the Clerk of
the Circuit Courl on or before th*
6th da) of November, 1962; otherwise
the alienations of said Complaint will
he taken as confessed b) you.
Dated -il Miami. Dade County. Flor-
ida, this :'.rd das of October, 1962
E, B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
(seal) B) I. SXEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
I .-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57321-C
IN RE: Cm at- of
MARMARET BEROER
I ?. oeased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
inu Claims or l>emands AaaJnat said
Estate
You ..r. hereb) notified and re-
qulred to present any claims -nui de-
mands Which loll llial hav, aftftllist
the estate of MARMARET KISSSkR
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, t.. the Count) -Indites of Dade
County, anil file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Kid. Count). Florida, with six cal-
endar montha from in- date of the
fii-t publication hereof, or th.- earns
will he barred
ESTKIJ.K MI1J.KR
BERNSTEIN & MILLER
B) Milton Miller, Attorn- )
, i 'ongress Building
Miami. Florida
in 12-19-26, ll 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10666
Tin-: vvii.i.i VMsr.t lien SAVINOS
RANK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
FINI.FY JONES, TRl'STK.F. IN
BANKRUPTCY, MARLAND LAN-
Tlllfi.N and VVILM.V LANTHRON,
hi., wife, ALBERT MEXE I'.WYi:. a
single man. CATHLEEX DAWE, a
single won.in HELEN SUERMAN,
i:\ili I IRIX .iF THF ESTATE OF
MORRIS HORN, and th. I'.NTTKH
STATES IP VMER1C \.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl MARLAND 1. ANIHRi 'N and
WILM V LANTHRON, his wife,
RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN,
ALBERT MENE vvv K ., single
man. RESIDENCE I XKNOWN,
CATHLEEX DAWE, a single
woman. RES1DEXCE I'XKXOWN
ami iii. unknown apouae of any de-
fendant, whos. niatltal status is not
correct!) stated If living, and if any
of thi- nami-.I defl icl.-nts are d.-ad,
the llllkliow n ll.-irs. ,1, \ Is... s. Kraut-
... assignees, llenora creditor*, trus
tees >.i other claimants claimins by,
through, under or agalBSt any of the
above named defendants who are de-
You are hi reh) notil that the
:,i,\. captloned action has bean in-
stltuted against you In the Circuit
Coun ih. Eleventh Judicial C
nil ol Florida in and for Dade Coun-
t) to foreclosi a mortgage upon the
followliig described real .....rtv:
Lot 3. Block 69, FIRS I' Vi 'I HTll 'N
TO vi:m. CITY. a., or I ii^ to the
i'l.n thereof, recorded In Plat Book
'". Pagi 19, of thi Public R.....irda
..: Dado County, Florida together
with all structures, Improvementg
and flxtui i attachi .1 th.-i
You are required to file your an-
awer to plaintiff) complaint with the
Clerk "i" ihe aforesaid Court, and
Serve a cop) thereof upon plaint Ifaj
attorne; MART1X FIXE, Mth Floor
Had. F.-d. ral Bldg Miami S2, 1
Ida, not lai. i in.in \..\. mbi i S, i2
or a Decree Pro Confeeso will l- in.
against you.
Dated September 28, 19*-
i: c LEATHERM IN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(aeal) li\ K M, Ll man
Deput) clerk
MARTIN FINK
Attorne) for Plaintiff
l ith Floor l lade Federal Bldg,
vii.iml St, Floi Ida
in "12-19-26


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Friday, Cc'ober 26,

A Fond
GOP Dream
By MAX LERNER
Yoselle's Uncle Does an About-Face
The day Gen Eisenhower came to Boston was the day the money,
half a million of it, flowed into George Cabot Lodge's starved coffers,
hut it also was the clay the money leaked out, Ike got a big ovati >n
but the luckless Republicans suffered an ironic reverse when almost a
hundred thousand dollars of the dinner money in cash and checks was
rifled from an office sate Just when Eisenhcwer was telling the
Bostonians th:it the Democrats had bungled the Berlin wall and bungled
the Cuban Communist base and were letting the country trickle*
through their fingers some persons unknown .hopefully not Russians)
got clean away with then- haul <>t the Republican money
The moral i> Make sure your safe is secure before you talk ol the
nation's security being in unsafe hands
Nevertheless there is a revival oi Republican hopes across the
continent from California to Pennsylvania Eisenhower has been thrust
forward to raise the standard tor Republicans to rally around Where
previously he had attacked the Kennedy brain trusters for their youth
and brashness, his Boston speech took more crucial ground against
the Democrats by attacking President Kennedy's foreign policy and
also his brother Teddy
On neither issue can George Lodge hope to win Massachusetts
against the President and his brother, The Republicans hope at best
to get some ammunition from the "dynasty" issue for their campaign
id other states. It is the foreign policy attack which furnishes the
last best hope for the Republican strategists
During the eight years on his own Administration, Eisenhower
>aid. "No walls were built, no threatening foreign bases were estab-
lished." The cue is clear The Berlin wall and the Russian base in
'"uba will be the powerful.Republican argument in every election con-
test of importance across the nation.
Tlie Republican dream is that its party leaders and candidates
cill be able to attack the Kennedy Administration on Berlin and es-
pecially on Cuba without having to think up a program of action diff-
rent from the President's on either issue. They know that the coun-
try is aroused over Cuba. They also know, however, that the country
i- against intervention or a blockade which could bring war. They hold
the dream of every party OUl of power that of being in a position
to alack without any responsibility for action.
They are up against a skillful political tactician in President
Kennedy, who feels most exhilarated when he is campaigning and
knows how to lay a trap for his opponents. Kennedy has of course
been affirming what his Administration has done on the great domes
tic problems But he must know how vulnerable he is on Cuba. In
his important speech at Indianapolis, against Sen Capehart. he lashed
Out at those self-appointed generals and admirals who want to send
someone else's sons to war."
The signs are clear that he is hoping to tempt the Republicans into
declaring themselves the war party on Cuba, while he himself wants
to occupy high ground and claim for the Democrats the position of the
peace party at least on Cuba today. 1 don't think he is going to get
my takers, at least not from the Eisenhower wing of the Republicans
Thus both political generals arc- maneuvering carefully. Eisenhower
hinting that the (."uba policy is soft without actually coming out for
a hard policy which might mean war. while Kennedy wants to get
the- advantage of a peace position today without committing himself
iboul i long range polit j
1 suspect, however, that President Kennedy is less worried about
the Stand the Republicans will take than about the candidates who
urill emerge from these elections lo make a bid for the Presidential
nomination in 1JH>4.
The four most discussed candidates, reading from west to east,
.re \ixon of California Romney of Michigan, Scranton of Pennsyl-
vania, and Rockefeller Of New York The last is running for reelection
.~ Governor, the other three for their first term as Governor, Romney
and Scranton are largely sticking to State issues, Rockefeller tries to
steer clear of a national issue like the Kenedy policy in the Meredith
ase but can scarcely stay awaj from foreign policy, and Nixon is
back at his old Chotiner stand with his talk of Gov Brown being '"soft"
on Communism
Suppose the unexpecU I ->ere to happen: Suppose all four of the
Republican Presidential hopefuls were te come through with victories
Rockefeller's is certain. Romney's looks like a pretty sure thing,
Scranton sems to has.- 'he edge on Dilworth, and Nixon is pulling
tven with Brown If all four came through the Republican.- would be
in for a lively two years of internal party mayhem and murder
As for Preside tit Kel 1 doubt whether In- cirr- much one way
or another about Scranton But he would like to cut down Rocke
feller's margin of victory and help defeat Romney, because either of
them would be a forceful opponent He would doubtless enjoy another
campaign agair.>t Nixon and would lick him easily But I don't see
the Republicans in the mood to give such a benefaction to their
formidable Democratic opponent
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LONDON Shalom S h t a r k e s
changed his mind Tuesday and in-
structed his attorneys to file a
new writ of habeas corpus in a bid
to prevent his extradition to Israel
to lace charges of perjury and kid-
in the two-year disappear-
ai re an hiding ol his nep'tew.
v. selle Sc humacher
The 24-year-old religious teach-
11 eatl er h 11 indit i ed he would
accept a ru i the Home Secre
. rj 's office ordering his extradi-
tion to Israel An Israeli police of-
r was due to take him hack to
Israel on Tuesday
In li s pre\ ious stand, Shtarkes
rejected the proposal from his at-
limeys that a new writ be filed,
saying he bad declined to rely on
the "fairness of the Israeli courts"
to establish hi> innocence, which
he. has insisted on during his long
detention in Britain
In accordance with the new in-
structions, his attorneys applied
for a new writ, but thre seemed
little chance that the writ would
be issued.
Shtarkes was arrested in London
after Israel issued an extradition
warrant for him. which was sus-
N.Y. Police Probe
Rabbi's Murder
Continued from Page 1-A
cd with sorrcw among many Has-
-idim belonging not onlj to the
Satmar group hn also to other
liassidic laction-. There was also
much bitterness, many Jews in
Brooklyn complaining that they
have not been receiving sufficient
police protection.
Ten thousand .lews who attend-
ed funeral services for the laic
Rabbi Eisdorfer Friday carried
large banners blaming police and
O'her city officials for failing to
give the residents of the deterior
ated area sufficient protection
against hooligans
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mer after a search of three conti-' Orthodox education from h R ,.,'
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season's beginning for
tra al Miami Beach
m on Sunday night .
htful evening in Miami
ay evening in Dorothy
- three-ad dramatization
. of Edna St. Vincent
Temple Israel .
beautiful and touching
performance of The Diary ol
nm Frank" by Thespian Troup
Beach Senior High last
the auditorium Un-
lirection of Jay Jensen.
thi yi ung people gave a perform-
nee that was mature and thought-
ju| Talented Trudy Gertler.
who ,,. l the lead role of An/e
will surely be a star on
: [hat's the career she
irsue
I ivers Coop feted
nan of the group. Dr. Sam
, ;..., r and his wife, at a
h last week Gnesti of
ving for an extended
European tour Gaiety was the
, the afternoon, and it was
k> that Arnold 1'erlstein
his lovely wife. Mae.
She played many an
a favorite, and every-
, his voice in song .
round the piano were
an Hermans, George
! an and Harold Lewen,
Mrs Morris Lapidus,
Mr. and Mrs, Milton Jacobs, the
Peter Nordykes, Harry and
Schiff, and Elinor Holm.
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Dr. Julius Pearson and wife.
Ursula, have j;:st wingi
ivaj home from a five-week tr,p
across the Atlantic Aftet
tending a congress of the Inter-
national Society of Internal Med-
icine in Munich, they jetted to
England. France. Turkey and
Greece, leaving two weeks for
their look-see at Israel Found
themselves caught up in the won
cers of what has been accom-
plished there and would rather
talk about tha! country than any
other they have seen .
Another couple who spent their
holiday in Europe and Israel are
Eva and Nathan Castle. 4520 Al-
ton rd. During their two-
month-long sojourn they saw
friends in Paris and London and
traveled to Amsterdam. Belgium.
Greece. Italy. Holland and Switz-
erland Return trip made on
the United States .
That important 11th birthday
on Sunday ma le memorable for
Zena Merl Decky. with luncheon
for is of her friends at Picciolo's
restaurant, followed by the movie
at the Carib Hosts to the
young people, the birthday girls

I is netes>ary for the
[lowering of freedom."
i al we are challenged
one is in the field
rights and involves the
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Decky .
A milestone for Mrs. Ida Spiv-
zik. her 70th natal day. was cele-
brated among her friends in the
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge whicn
she serves as treasurer .
And Mr and Mrs. Jack Fine
accepted good wishes on their
4-Jth wedding anniversary from
the .Miami Bl
Entertainment
and snacks contributed to the
: and joy of the occasion

Gol len Wedding be Is
an I Mrs Max Ra--
kin, .: unexpected note was
struck urprise dinnerparty
f; r them by their many
friend- irorn Temple Ner Tamid
and the Chicago Club ... A per-
manent memento of the happy
evening presented to the Raskins
was a plaque inscribed with the
names and kind wishes of all
those present Shaped like a
book which they will want to read
often, the Raskins will be remind-
ed of the Murray Shaws. Sam-
ireenfielda, Mrs Sadie Tros-
ky, Mrs Fannie Sklar, Mrs Man-
ya Le&hin, Mr. and Mrs Louis
Hirsh, the Louis Cohens, the
Michael Glaziers, Miss Rita Gold-
man. Joseph Silvermans, Hermine
George Meisels, Ed-
Si i gala, .lack Wilsons. Ezra
. -. Leo Falks. Eii Spi< | <
. -. and .Mr and Mrs a. Ross.
Ellen Williams driving in her
Volkswagen from Hollywood,
Calif, 'he first week in Novem-
ber, to spend a few weeks wfth
her mother. Mrs. Helene Wolff
. Helene will then baby-sit
with the VW while Ellen takes
an extended tour of Europe .
With Paris as home base, she
will sec as much of the Continent
I >-hi can cover in a year .
Helene who is executive director
i: Community Concerts dreads
opening her mail or answering :he
I he phone these daysticket- to
the series have been sold out for
weeks, but requests continue to
pour in .
Resuming her duties as a Pink
Ml Sinai Ilosp.tal Gift
Continued on Pag* < B
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~Jewish Floipidmia
Miami. Florida, Friday. October 26, 1962
Section 3
4T VW MEN'S ORT CONVENTION HERE
Sen. McCarthy Urges Americans Respond
Resolutely to International Challenges
ol the n ir.ed Wi m a p i
lereiice ol Worn- of strength W< i ild ehno.se our
the Fon- place ol action and set our own
Eui ne Mc schei ule."
-.i,.> night Mrs Max M Rosenberg, nation-
ns respond to ..1 president ol Women's Vmerican
challenges lhatlORT, stated in her address to Ihe
into the overallI Conference that "ORT's outlook
the'basic has always been international in
- : certainty and stabil- character Its operations today in
mited measure of 20 countries reveal not only a pow
erful feeling for the family of na
tions but a strong sense of Ameri-
ca's role among them."
She said that ORT's program ol
vocational training for Jews all
the rights of our own I over the world was a "direct, cer
Iso the rights "f more' tain and proven way of giving them
ol the people of security, human dignity and inde
are of other races pencler.ee. Whether in Israel,
and i France, India or Iran, the OUT stu-
. dent who learns a modern trade
that of economic productive and co-
ncludes positive ac- JJ (if his commuaity ls
economic growth .. u ,,, Biu
_.,,., ,u using too s that help buil.l not only
- o four people and .... fc_._ ..f
,. I,,. ,,.,.! t...nv,' hut the house 01
Against the skyline of midtown Miami, Cedars
of Lebanon women salute their founders at
cake-cutting ceremonies in the Dupont Plaza
hotel. Mrs. Edward Melniker (extreme right)
represented the Assn. of Florida Hospital
Auxiliaries, brought greetings on the Auxil-
iary's loui'.h anniversary, and lauded its serv-
i al the same time to
' '"' >:'meume l" freedom ORT fashions individual j
international security
i> lold 300 mem- _______________
nization, gathered c ..L
the l s to con. Volunteer bervsce
urrenl needs of OHT, T _J.J
ming agencv which TO OG CXDCInaeCl
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vocational schools m
at Americana "have
and effectively in
:' I some way- our re
-i r since the object
uld be defined and
its limitations deter
" SOSfNBfRG
In response to the increased in-
tere-t and participation of resi-
dents, tie Jewish le me for ihe
Aged and Ihe Greater Miami Sec-
tion. National Council of Jewish
Women are making plans to ex-
pan i their volunte< r si n ice
.ram.
On Monda>. from t1 30 m to
12:30 p ni the Home will conduct
its annual orientation and training
course for new Council volunteers.
The orientation session is part of
the in-service training and profess-
ional supervision which volunteers
are assured on the job.
For the past year, volunteer
' workers of the National Council of
Jewish Women have served re l
dents of Douglas Gardens in a
variety of activities As group-
work leaders, volunteers apply
their skills in such activities as cer-
amics, sewing and basketry, card
playing and folk dancing, choral
groups. 1c at here rait- and newspap
er-pubbshlng. Other volunteers
make fri. ndly < Isits t< and
the lonely, while si me function as
letter wtiters for the residents
Mr- Marguerite Siege! is
citizen chairman of the program.
"Coffee" at the home of Mrs. Louis Glasser is the site for dis-
cussion of plans for the Technion annual banquet Ncv. 28
at the Fontainebleau hotel. Chairman of the dinner is Al
Sherman (center), vice president of Mechanic's Uniform Serv-
ice, and an officer of the South Florida Technion chapter.
They are shown with Dr. H. Franklin Williams, secretary, who
is a vice president ol the University oi Miami.
Sinai Women Will Tour Hospital
Second in a series of member-
ship coffees will be given by the
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
;al on Tuesday at 10 a.m.
Mrs Herbert Mathes. president
of the Auxiliary, will welcome
-ut-:- A film will be shown high
lighting the many facets ol tl
tal in which the Auxiliary
i .. \ ital r
Mrs dward Roth, tour G
and members of her commit
ice work and programs to help complete the
hospital's upper three floors. Shown with
Mrs. Melniker are (left to right) Mrs. Samuel
T. Sapiro, Mrs. Julian Robinson, Mrs. Doran
Zinner. chairman oi the reception, and Mrs.
Rose Coleman.
FOR TECHNION
Dr. Williams
To Talk Friday
Dr. H Franklin Williams, vice
president ol the University of Mi-
ami. \> '.' Ic cues- -piaker at a
tea pivei by Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
on Friday, l p.m.. at her home.
Tao-i W. Treasure dr.
Thi i ial is oni of a county-
wide -i of functions sponsored
bj tie South Florida chapter of
Techi ion. Women's Division, to i\-
vit<......mbers
Tech; ion is the only engineering
I a el of univ rsitj stan-
ich trains scientists agri-
culturist* and research specialists
'i create reservoir of trained
citizens who will help the country
i me si II sufficient.
Dade women do not raise funds
fi the university They use their
membership dues to provide schol-
. rsl ips lor student'-, laboratory ex-
i s, tuition, and textbooks. For
< cry SI.000 raisi bj dues, ti.e
en's chapter i- able to spon-
r another student to Technion.
\'ie< president in charge of South
Fl rida member recruitment is
T udj Hammerschlag Mrs.
. I'M lent.
Sefh Israel Cord Party
Pisterl di ol Beth Israel Congre-
sponsoring i card party
; on Wi ) evening
Hel rev, v < e my bl Ig .
1 ee dr Mn Isadora
( hair:
tee will take prospective members
on a guided tour of the hos] ital
Mrs. John Owen, vice presiden
will be available for inten i<
!( Ik Ip place new
Mrs Saul H. Mark and Mrs
i re n m
M stes i le daj
will be Mesdames Raymond Fein
Kern. Mil ki \ Mi
lulei Kramei
Albert Chisll Yah
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of the hostess committee f^r the
Festival of the Arts dinner dis-
- loi the event which will take place
ie For.tainebleau hotel. From left
Wemkle, Mrs. George Goldberg,
Halpeiin, Mrs. Murry Koretzky.
M
Sun
Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
The event will be held under the auspices of
the Women's Division for Israel Bonds, with
Mrs. Jack Katzmcn as chairman end Mrs. Emil
Morton as chcirman cf the Dior-Isrcel fashion
presentation.
louse of Dior to Salute Israel in Style;
ludith Mazor Due at Fashion Festival
The H of Dior salutes the
Itat, iel This is the story
ique Dior Israel col-
, ill he featured at
l-i..el Festival of the
ins Sunday night at the
I hotel, it was pointed
lack Katzman. chair
[srael Bond Women's
[i whose auspices the
Im held
n ,, gesture of encouragement
i lulation to Israel's bur
,mil fashion indus-
rld's most renowned
I. i has created a group
most of them made
Marc Bohan,
ii i designer, di
rtion of the collec-
ht new ensembles
li i b) Israel's most
turier Lola Beer
are special de-
signs of handloomed fabrics by
Ma-kit. mainly created by Finy
l.eitersdorf; furs by the Houses of
Stefan Braun and Neulander; knit-
wear by Aled and Klanit: and cou-
ture type beach ensembles by Cot
lex The Israeli fabrics being used
by Dior wen designed by Maskit.
Laglom. and lsser dreenfeld and
Sons.
TV Dior Israel collection had its
world premiere in Paris, at the
Avenue Foch mansion of the Baron
Kdmond de Rothschild, the Euro-
pean preside..: of the Israel Bond
Organ'tation. It is the seventh ot
the annual fashion >h"ws that haw
toured some HO American and Ci.:
adian communities under the
spices ot the :-; a< I Bond dine
It i> anticipated that the Dior-
Israel i ... ctioi th first
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Mr- Kmil Morton is chairman
Of the Dior-Israel fashion presenta-
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Israel's beauty queen for 1962-G3.
who scored notably as a finalist in
the Miss Universe contest held in
Miami in July, returns to the scene
of her triumph this weekend to
take part in the Miami Israel Fes-
tival of the Arls dinner as com-
mentator for the Dior-Israel fashion
presentation.
A '"Savra." Judith Mazor was
bom is; >ears ago in Tel Aviv, just
four year;- betore the establishment
of the state. A high school grad-
uate, >he majored in foreign lan-
RUaget and is fluent in English.
French and Spanish, in addition to
her nativt Hebrew. She intend^ t.>
ci : tinu her studies at the Hebrew
; versity with emphasis on -
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Thi i i eaut) the
i, k father and
I rkisl mother who is a beSuty in
her already turned
dow! er of movie i iffers
Fi etion of her U.S
eturn to 1st
I entei !hi i
Won f Israel for
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. i | ntesl Miss Is
has i est appearances
for m om< n's group: ehall
Stah I Bonds
Emanu-EI PTA
Installs Officers
Mrs. Seymour Alterman has been
installed as new president of the
religious school l'TA of Ti -iiiple
Emanu-EI.
At the installation ceremonies at
the North Branch School, the chair-
man of the evening was Mrs. Mil-
ton Feller
After thanking Mrs. Elliot Har-
ris, outgoing president. Dr. Irving
Lehrman. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. spoke on "Traditon
vs. Superstition."
"A program of activity, bringing
the faculty, parents and children
into closer harmony.'' is being
planned by Mrs. Alterman.
A PTA board meeting presided
over by the new officers will be
held at the Temple's Sirkin Hall on
Nov 1-1 at 10 a.m.
Mrs Philips Brooks is the new !
membership vice president, and
other new officers are Mrs. Paul
Blumherg. recording secretary, and
Mrs. Ronald Ager, social secretary
Women Sponsor
Sunday Social
Tilereth Israel Si>terhood will
sponsor games party on Sunday
at 7:30 p m.. in the social hall. 6500
N. Miami ave
Hostesses are Mrs Harry Lerner.
Mrs. Joseph Saul. Mrs Bertha
tow an. and Mrs. Joseph Jarlow.
(in Monday evening, the Sister-
hood held a regular meeting in the
social hall.
MRS. StYMOVR AITERMAN
Beth David Ladies
Launch Cotillion
Beth David Sisterhood this \ eek
announced the inauguration ol its
annual Senior Cotillion classes
In addition to it.- social and
structional aspects, the program
also provides the Sisterhood ith
an additional source of income
Mrs. Louis Spector and Mrs
Mack are co-chairmen of the pro-
ject, an.l jointly announced th.- se-
lection Of Don Yinton. of the E en
ROC hotel, as dance instructor
Next meeting will take place at
Beth David Congregation on -
day at 7 p.m.
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tacular models of the Israeli
portion ol the Dior-Israel col-
lection. Designed by Lola
Beer, this Empire-line eve-
ning dress !s in yellow
crepe, incorporating large
splashes ci silver flowers.
The same material lines the
lemon faille evening match-
ing coat. The creation is
among fashions to be shown
Sunday at the Miami-Israel
Festival cf the Arts.
Appei Fund Drive
To Wind up Here
Great* i Miami Worm n Auxil
,..:\. .'.i : sh Home for th< \ged.
group will meet next Tuesday noon
in th> Rubaiyal room <.f the Ugh rs
hotel.
Mrs. Sol Silverman. honorary
presidt t, will give the invocation.
Mrs Lawrence Silverman, presi-
dent, will give the address of wel-
come The meeting will culminate
the Sidnej Appel Medical Fund
rjriv oi which Mrs, Charlotte Katz
is chain Uemb rs are request-
,. Ippel m< heal
booklets, \ al ial prizes will be
.i
Progrc -- 11 the Auxil arj parti-
, ipation in the new building fund
drive will be reported by Mrs. Sol
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Pcge 5-B
Going over details of the Nov. 1 coffee for the Women's Divis-
jon .\-- erican Friends of the Hebrew University, are Mrs.
Samue s:monhoH (left), chairman; Mrs. Emil Friedlander,
chairmar. of events; Mrs. Trudy Hamer=chlaq. Florida chair-
man for the Society of the Book; and Mrs. Harold Shapiro,
membe: zi the board.
Univ. Women To Help Library
On -p ly, Nov. l. at her Di-
Lido ]. ime, Mr- Anna Brcn-
i ., national vice president
0[ W'Mi i Division, American
Friends Hebrew University,
[will entertain a group of Greater
Miami .' n leaders, To be dis
, morning coffee Is the
[Jewish National and University
Library 11 the new campus of the
lllebrev ;. iersity in Jerusalem.
-Heari the Hebrew University,
Ithe hbrai also the national lib-
|rjr> oi Ihi Slate of Israel and
fcerves ihi Knesset, government
|mini>tr;< | ublic institutions and
he prii" t citizen," Mr- Meyers
-- at the Hebrew Un-
pversit} ring will be 15 women
.oca! Women
)ff to Confab
South i
resenti
rentii i
Eociet}
place \
VI
Mrs i"
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teterai
phis par
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uesdaj
feceptii
losen
LS i
Mr-
} elphii
Folli
Mrs ; i
presii
< deli.'.
irs. Ju
lei in \-
otables
ad welfan
will be well rep
he first national eon-
\mcrican Technion
i n's I>i\ision to take
" and 8 in Philadelphia,
p Thau, the first Worn
president here, will
lied at the import a I
on by Mrs. Leo Rut-
rs Trudy Hamerschlag,
zers ot the group in
the state.
ill leave Miami on
! attend the special
n by Mrs. Maurice
Official welcome to all
tl -
Schoenfeld, of Phil.
vent ion chairman.
the opening address
man J, Leffert, nation-
of Technion's women.
will hear talks by
Helm. Consul of I-
York City, and other
the tul 1 .it education
delicatessen Open
in Coral Gables
Follow .
|heri*s D<
pip 3f
fables i
lyle I'-, i
Featun
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its grand opening.
lessen an i Sandwich
ilusia ave., Coral
in full operation eat-
Who are interested
' -'1 and delicate-sen
bake I goodies made
Cheri's, gourmet
' red platter-
lables shop also tea-
as Manischewitz
llaw and
- an I k isher franks
knock vvurst. Also
uch items as Break-
chi Temtee
'ames Party Set
0r Kendall
1 < >> sident of
\'" S id, an
' Plan- have been made
I held x
E Vged on
m 2 to 4 p.m.
larrar ^arge
|iliri. ei Baum
Playhouse Production Slated
Sisterhoi le Heights Jew
ish Congregation will present Ivan
Kivitt, of the Merry Go Ro
Playhouse, in '"Pinno chio" oi -
day'. N,.\ I, al p m T ekets may
i e purchased at the door.
Rev. Graham Speaks to A JConq. nswer vfollowed
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. president of
Some 50 guests gathered at the [ Mandler was chairman for the -re Florida Women's Division of
home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard evening and introduced the guest 'he American .Jewish Congress,
Mandler, 7:toi SW 134th ter., onl .peaker, Rev, Edward T. Graham, reeted the guests and assist) I
Wednesday at a meeting of the! who spoke on "What Integration Mrs Mandler at the refreshment
American Jewish Congress Means to Me" A question and t.ib'c following the discu toi
who have already demonstrated
their interest in the library by be-
coming "Women of the Book." Mrs
Trudy Hamerschlag Florida chair-
man for the Society of the Book,
is herself one of the women who
will have their names inscribed in
Jerusalem during the coming
months.
In describing the accomplish-
ments of National Women's Divis-
ion, which has undertaken a mill-
ion-dollar project to build, equip
and maintain the Jewish National
and University Library, Mrs. Ham-
merschlag note.1 that 'the resur-
rection of the library has been one
"f the most thrilling chapters in
the brief history of the State of
Israel."
The Nov. 1 coffee will be follow-
ed by a "Presidents' Reception" in
the home of Mrs Samuel Simon-
huff on Nov. 15. where Dr. Henry
King Stanford, president of the Uni-
versity of Miami, will speak Guest
of honor at the reception will be
Mrs Samuel T Sapiro in recogni-
tion of her many years of devotion
to the Hebrew University.
Academy PTA Will
Install Officers
Installation of officers of the He-
brew Academy PTA will be held
Saturday night in the Max Silver
berg Dining Hall at the Academy.
2400 Fine Tree dr.
Officers to be installed by Rabbi
Alexander S Gross, principal, in-
clude Mrs Sheldon Dearr. presi-
dent; Mrs. Zvi Berger. Mrs. Sam-
uel Gomberg. Mrs Leonard Rosen.
Mrs. Leon Keinhard. Mrs Tobias
Simon and Mrs Sam Rosner. vice
presidents; Mrs Sam Shapiro, re-
cording secretary. Mrs. Abe Hof-
fenberg and Mrs Fred Zisquit.
corresponding secretaries; Mrs.
Henry Penchansky, social secre-
tary; Mrs Marvin Cboos. treasur-
er; Mrs. H. Louis Rottman, chap
lain; Mrs Maurice Kellner, his-
torian.
The ceremony will be followed
by a reception for the 32 faculty
members of the school and more
than 60 parents of newly enrolled
students will be honored.
Dr Clyde M Brown, supervisor
of the honors program for intellec-
tually superior math students at
the Academy, will be guesl speak-
er. Ills topic will be Tomorrow's
Mm s Demand Challenges Today "
On the arrangements committee
are Mrs. Morry H Fox, Mrs Lcon-
. rd Adler and Mrs Sam Rosner
\lr~ zvi Berger is program chair
man.
Roosevelt Temple Party
Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian
sisters, will hold a card and games
party on Tues I ly evening, B p
Bt Pythian Hall 1601 1
Proceeds are for the o\
charitj pro.,'. Roj Graham
is overall chairman.
for almost 40 years
on Holidays
and every day
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Friday, October
26. 1962
7'
ranee a
JZ.U
ntan
We
the
Women
JEAN
WCMAN OF THE WEEK
Jean (Mrs. Morris) Landsburgh says she only remembers three
things about being a little girl in New Rochelle. N.Y. having her
tennis out. lighting with her sister. Ruth, and a feeling of dullness.
Th< tonsils are long since past history: she gets along famously with
be; sister today ;and. far from being dull, she leads a most exciting
Jean went to five high schools, winding up in Miami Beach High,
i Goucher. and the University of Miami. She was Jack of all Trades
i er mothers shop on Lincoln rd. bookkeeper, salesgirl, buyer.
I window dresser. When Morris" mother met Jean and found out
she had gone to Goucher. she reported excitedly that he had. too.
Jtan. it turned out, was one of the few Goucher girls he hadn't met.
They met. all right and were married a year later. Everyone
VS the fabulous Landsburg story: how Morris started out with lour
:.,hwm watches from Cuba, later sold 160 watches,
^^jw switched his field, and bought his first hotel.
A Ht. From this bczinninu. cam.' the mightv pres-
M km
T The Landsburghs have three children,
Ti /^W P% l.' nard 20, Ellen IT and Mickey, as a result
I 1 B of whom PTA still plays a part in Jean's life
- ^ M 9 SI e's having a huge fund-raising affair. Murals
' jU^^ an I Fashions for North Beach School at home.
*^^K which is just perfect for entertaining. Nation-
^f^ y al Council of Jewish Women. Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, and PTA, among ethers, have all
found this out long ago. and benefited from it.
This in addition to the Landsburghs' own en-
tertaining.
Jean's green thumb has been working
overtime these days. She has just finished
putting out 500 plants in flower beds that re-
mind one of the North. In addition, she paints
in oil and plays some golf. But mostly, she
I els back and forth to Las Vegas, wnere Morris owns the Flamingo.
Kt's on the go constantly, and Jean never misses an opportunity to
ith him whenever possible. The Landsburghs, incidentally, have
. returned from Beverly Hills. Calif., where they attended one of
Vrx most glamorous social events of the past few years, co-hosted by
v ton Berle and Fhil Silvers.
Entertaining celebrities is now second nature for Jean, just as
i. the gracious hostess she is. With her sleek black hair, sparkling
>< and vivid looks. Jean typifies the hostess with the mostest.
* *
A WOW OF A LUAU
David and Phyllis Nabat had a luau. It was fun, very informal
intimate. The girls came dressed appropriately to sit on the
feer in skinny pants. The colorful leis around the guests' necks didn't
keep them from eating every kind of Polynesian food there is. Stanley
end Joni Tate. Dr. George and EUie Stryker, Bernie and Judy Seider- ,
82, Bob and Lynn Krinzman, and Dan and Pearl Elkind were there.
Tfcey got a big kick out of listening to Erwin Harris. In addition to ,
hi? wife Sonya. he brought along a copy of the script and some pictures
ct dieting his story that was to be on television the next night he's
tit Erwin Harris to whom the Cuban government owes the $329,000,
- anyone who saw the program now knows.
* *
CREAM BOAT
When pretty Natalie (Mrs. Melvym Frumkes modeled at her Tem-
| Beth Am Sisterhood fashion show, little did she dream of the
- quel. The fashion commentator asked her if she would model pro-
fessionally. So two children and several married years later. Natalie
stered again for modeling, which she did before she was married.
^ '.- enjoying it immensely doing what comes naturally.
* *
GCC08YE GRANDMA
Janet (Mrs. Nat) Sinder droped Lori off at her grandmother's.
Samuel Kanner. en route from her home in Lakeland to New
} I k. Grandmother Ruth spent every waking minute with Lori and
. rtamed her royally. No stone was left unturned, or rather, no toy
. left unbought. But as soon as mother poked her nose in the door.
1' .i said ""Goo * *
NUTS
Rjymond and Del Rubin motored to Camilla. Ga. to visit their
c isms, Robert and Gail Finegold. on their pecan farm The golden
. was in blcom on the way. and people were sneezing like crazy.
I < I took along a car full of stepping stones (her husband's business*
. a wonderful sponge cake that someone makes for their donor for
dollars. They ate pecans just like peanuts all the while they were
there.
* *
STRANGER THAN FICTION
Dr. Lester Russin and Sarah were in Washington, where the doc-
. gave a paper for the Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Then on to New
V< rk. where they enjoyed seeing "No Strings" and "How to Succeed
ii Business." At Danny's Hide-Away, they saw Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Backui (Mr. MaGoo to you), Jack Leonard, and Billy Daniels and
bit wife. At lunch at the Stage Delicatessan. their waiter brought
c .t a man to share their table. Both men stood with their mouths
i "n. The stranger was Jake Brown, now an attorney for C.I.O. and
A.F.L. with whom Dr. Russin had gone to school. Then to New Or-
Inns, where they bumped into Sidney Lefcourt at the airport.
*
THE TRAVELING KAPLANS
Irving and Sylvia Kaplan just came back from Europe in time
to have a banquet for all the visiting Amigos at their Tobey's restau
i. r Their daughter, Laura, a junior at Miami Beach High School.
was very active in the project. Next on the agenda is a trip with
I .- ra to New Orleans to spend Thanksgiving with their middle daugh
n,\ Bonnie, who entered Sophie Newcomb after only three years of
i school. Now she is on a Fellowship Scholarship program at Tulane,
ch will enable her to teach college after five years.
^_5 ocialitc
Continued from Page IB
Shop is Mrs. Harriet Taper, who
took a few weeks off while she
joined her brother. Dr Milton
Goldman, and his wife on a trip
to Mexico Destination was
determined by a cardiologist con-
gress which Dr. Gol Iman attend-
ed .
Reversing the process, Or Har
old Blank, here for a denial con
vention, arrived a little earlj this
week so that he could visit with
h;< parents. Jean and Adolph
Blank, 8:so Michigan ave He -
slated to deliver a lecture to I
convention on the first, in the
Honeymoon After
Vows for Hagens
Miss Marion Schoen iwiti and
Manfred M Hagen exchanged nup-
tial vows on Sunday, Ocl 21, in the
garden ol the bi 1,"mi'
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
the evening ceremony, which was
followed bj a re *pti
supper
A graduate f An incoln
High in Brooklyn, N Y the bride
u the daughter ol Mrs Ruth
Schoenowitz, 1620 Pennsyl
ave.. and the late Gusl hoen-
owitz.
The bridegroom is a
Miami Beach Seni ir Hig
tended the University if Miami.
His parents are Mr an i Mrs Lei-
bish Hagen
After a honeymoon I iur of the
State-, the newlyweds .vill live in
New York.
K^tsabel \^fi
rove
)
Miami Beach Auditorium
Wife Ruth, remained at home in
Great Neck so that Ronnie 14,
and Terry 11 wouldn't miss
school.
.
Bee and Maxwell Hyman could
.::,, a baseball team of their
own if they were so inclined .
Ninth grandson. Glenn, born to
Sue and Ted Hyman. of Ral-
eigh .
\ delightful piece of news
greeted Mrs. liana Robinson. 1321
Flamingo Way. when she return-
ed from a four-month holiday in
New Mexico, Texas and New Jer
se5 Attornej General of Flor-
ida Richard Ervin called"^
to say that her oil pain, ..";;
of Old England," had fi '
cepted and will hang in the &,.
House of Tallahassee !
Although the "No Visitors"
is still up on hu door CedS
of Lebanon president. Samuel-
Sapiro, is now on the mend
The di Pilippis \rturoandu,
are entertaining tht- Young p
ronetses and then
cocktails a! their home on Sundti
evening Thi n sUre ,0
lots Of talk ab
dance the Young
having on No*
Country Club
Brandeis Univ.
Women to Meet
Miami Beach i
1 Diversity Mali n
mittee, will havi -.'
ing on Wednes
Country Club \
will be guests
Wall
Badanes, Shaftan
Eye Mar. 31 Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bandanes, 600
SW 2ist rd announce the en ig<
ment and approaching marriage ol
their daughter. Arlyne, to Perrj
Mitchell Shaftan. son of Mr an 1
Mrs. Kirvin K Shaftan, 29 Bay
Heights dr.
The bride-elect is i graduate of
Miami Senior Hiiih. and served as
president of Tri Beta Council. She
attended Ohio State University and
is a member of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority.
The prospective bridegroom is
also a graduate of Miami Scm High, and attended the University
of Miami.
Wedding date for the young
couple is Mar. 31
MRS. MANWID HAGEN
the "Petite" lui
t( Mr- William Hi
dent
Those Who I
of Brandeis can
Mass as well ...
dents in classr
hall, w ill 1h' en sent -.:.-.-
\ ice president, M: |
well.
The Miami B< -
of 125 chapter- f th< S
Women's Committi
States celehr.itin sal I
sary of Brandi is I I
first Jew ish -;.....
ian school n! "|
the western hem | here
The non-fund i
is working tow
million books on the si
library. Vice pre ol" I
funds! Mrs Albert 0 Leva, :!l|
present the (let. BCT pr>|
ject entitled I irned Jounui
Patrons
Mrs. Leon Alien :- number^:?!
vice president, and Mr.- Saul
I Betagile. and Mr- Julius RittB
are in charge ol reservations.
Bloom, Winkler
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs Jack Bloom and
Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Winkler,
both of New York, announce the
engagement ol their children,
Gloria and Harold
The couple plan : i be v e I on
Thanksgiving Day. Nm
They are planning a s >uth v
can honeymoon, and will In
North Miami Beach
Ptlklngton
MISS ARIYM BADANIS
: BIRTHDAZE :
Goodmans Tell
Daughter's Troth
Mr. and Mrs Charles Goodman
0111 SW 17th st West Miami, an
nounce the engagement of then-
daughter, Carol .lean, to .1
L Touchard. Sr New Orleans, La
A January wedding is planned
Shoshana Chapter Tea
Shoshana chapter, B'nai B'nth
Women, is inviting prospective
members to a tea on Tuesday even
ing at the home of Mrs Martin
Gold. 18932 NW loth pi. in charge
ol reservations is Mrs Morton
Levin
\ lau inter Mavra Eileen, was
Sandra Mae and Martin
lluruiti on Ocl 16 il Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital
Maternal irents are Mr
and Mi- ,i,.> Mark iwitt, of Tam-
pa Markowitz is a pasl president
1 the Fl rida state Federation of
B'rith Men's Lodges, and cur-
rently i- a member of District
Grand Lodge 5 hoard ot governors
Mrs Markowitz is a past president
ol the Honda State Women's Assn.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mr- Eli llurwitz He i- past
president ol Sholom Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. and of Greater Miami board
ol directors of B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization. He is now regional
chairman for Florida B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization, and vice pres-
ident ol South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges
Barbara Jane
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The Barbara Jane omen's sWl
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The establishmcni teal uresi
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at the Bel A,re hotel There will
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and supper Chairman u Mrs
Jack Dernis. Co-chairman is Mr.
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*Jenisii ftcridian
Friday, October 26,
Sinai to Prevue
Jubilee Ball
On Thursday evening, Nov. 1. the
board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital will sponsor a cocktail party
in the Place de Theatra at the
Diplomat hotel.
The party will be a private pre-
vue of Mt. Sinai's Jubilee Ball to
be held at the Diplomat on Sat-
urday, Dec. 15. celebrating the an-
niversary dale of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital.
The ball, according to Benjamin
G. Kline, chairman, will be "to
greet old friends and make new
ones for Mt. Sinai. The event.""
he adds, "will commemorate, for
the hospital and for the commun-
ity, 13 year- of sharing the respon-
sibility of healing all who come to
its loors regardless ol race, col-
or, creed or the ability to pay."
Plans of the ball to be reported
at the cocktail parly will be given
by subchairmen Mrs. Leonard
Friedland and John Poulos. deco-
rations; Mrs Jerry Blank, enter-
tainment; Mrs. Inez Krensky. gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, recep-
tion; Dr. Lester A. Russin, stter-
ing; Ernest Janis and Carl Weinkle.
tickets; and Leonard Wien. journal.
Rabbi Caplan Airs
Foreign Policy
"Our foreign policy has become
the sacred cow of American poli-
tic.-.'" Rabbi Jonah Caplan declar-
ed in a statement here this week.
"The errors of one administration
become the policies of [he next ad-
ministration, and this means we
vhen. we come out of the present
crisis alive."
Declaring that "this will require
a rethinking oi our foreign af-
fairs." Rabbi Caplan i- planning to
discuss the issue in a talk entitled
'"The Thre.ii ol Communism anfl
tht Duplicity of American Foreign
Policy" on Friday evening. 8:15
p.m at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
of which he is spiritual leader.
Wigs on Parade
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Abe Hor
row itz Post. Jewish War Veterans,
i- planning a social program at
the Unified bldg.. No Miami Beach.
Thursday evening, Nov. 15 Ha'.r-
-t\:ng of wigs will be presented.
have some
happiness
for dinner
tonight
Hv some real old-fashioned
tasting Kasha tor dinner... and
hear the family cheer! Remem-
ber rj* deep-down good
Grandma's Kasha used to
taste1 Do you wonder huw
she male it' look on the
WOLFF'S KASHA packitje.
Just folio* the economi-
cal directions. It's as
easy as beating an eg
and criouplflf an on-
ion .. to put taste
happiness on the
table tonight.
THAT'S THE
MAGIC OF
KASHA!
KASHA
BRown
*CKWHEAT
g*oats
Wto, KASHA
l/SlJUMi Iril :s Brown
I | y
"'I Creamy Kernl (gr.ts)
K.i >, Kasha Soup.
flee KASHA COOKtOOKI
Ja :t add-ess roqjest to:
Phjllu Walrf, Penn Yan, N. Y.
The Courier
Politics in the air already for nexl year's councilmanic sweep-
stakes in Miami Beach and the biennial mayoralty showdown in North
Miami Beach. In the latter city. A. J. (Stumpy Kaplan is building up
siipport tor a second bid for the city's top post. Kaplan formerly
headed the Beach .laycees On the other side of the causeway.
former Mayors D Lee Powell and Harold Shapiro rate early favoritism,
jlcng with incumbents Melvin Richard and Marcie l.ibcrman. Ready-
ing lor .. second try is Ted Cohen, and Hal Hertz is girding lor a
fourth effort. Darkhorses include attorney Paul Grand, past com-
mander of the Jewish War Veterans, and hotelman Sam I.achnian .
Dr Irwin II. Bloek ol Miami Beach, president elect of the Florida
Podiatry Assn.. elated at visit to meeting of the Dade and Broward
County Podiatr\ Societies by this contingent of top feet: Dr. James
Lieberman, of Atlanta, chief and director of the national medical
BUdio-visual facility of the Public Health Service; Dr. Benjamin C.
Mullens, of Bmghampton. N.Y.. national president: Gerald C.earty.
executive secretary of the American Podiatry Assn.; and Dr. Marvin
Shapiro, of Toledo, chairman of audiovisual education for the national
group. Session was held at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
* *
Col. Mitchell Wolfson. of Wometco. past president of the Theatre
Owners of America, is honorary chairman and Mrs Wolfson honorary
women's chairman for 15th annual conclave of the group, slated Nov.
6 at the Americana hotel Miami Window Corp. president. Robert
Russell, is the new president of the Architectural Aluminum Manufac-
turers Assn. Mrs. Louie Bandel. president of the Shenandoah
Elementary School PTA. convinced her husband. Louie, to be on a
panel on "Americanism vs. Communism." He's the former Miami
city commissioner Elected regional vice president of the National
Shoe Manufacturers Assn. is Alfred Gerd, president of Miami's Allure
Shoe Corp. .
Hank Meyer planning to expand his public relations operation into
Europe Lee Howard. Surfside councilman, has authored a humor-
OUS new book on politics County National Bank of North Miami
Beach, which has Beach attorney Milt Mamber and insurance execu-
tive Al Savage on its board, readying an opening on NE 167th st.
* + *
Jack Levrant, secretary ol Collectors Club of Miami Beach, re-
ports the stamp trading group meets on second and fourth Mondays
f each month Miami Beach's Charles Jacobi was named presi-
denl of the Southern Apparel Exhibitors Board members include
Mike Roth. Mike Feldman. Robert Wemstem. Maurice I.uxenberg and
Murray Sonnett .
Starting his 25th year as a funeral director, the past 15 years
with Riverside Memorial Chapels, is Leonard Zilbert. recently named
a vice president of the organization Michael Sossin readying major
announcement on opening of a kosher senior citizens hotel in Miami
Beach, in addition to his Blackstone retirement residence operation ...
I.aura Zeldin. of Cutler Ridge, won one of the prizes in the recent
annual art contest sponsored by the City of Miami Beautification Com-
mittee. Members of the committee include Ronald Lipton. Dr. Irv-
ing Gordon. Helen Alpert. Charles R. Ashmann and Lewis Goodman
. Dr. David Klein begins his fourth year as leader of the Shakes-
peare Reading Circle at the Miami Public Library Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. He and Mrs KJein just returned from an around the world
trip .
Mrs. Philip Kopelman. of North Miami Beach, has been named
fund-raising coordinator for the Florence Crittenton Home of Dade
County, seeking to build a suitable home for unwed mothers in this
area Mert Maden. president of Madden and Smith Aircraft Corp..
will meet members of the Carriage Club caravan in Colorado Springs
for this weekend's University of Miami defeat of Air Force by a 28-14
-core
* *
Mrs Malvin Englander. Democratic state committeowoman. pre-
dicts that Dade will give Democratic candidates thumping 21 victory
margins, with voting interest soaring as a result of the Cuban crisis
. Mayor Sidney King, of Surfside. up and around again, leading
campaign to pass Surfside compost plant bond issue Nov. fj
Mrs. Tommy Gerard and Ben Grenalds in "Early Bloomers
set for Saturday eveninq, Oct. 27 and Nov. 3. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Director is Bob Brenner, with music by Bob Rosen
'Early Bloomers'
At Beth Sholom
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shol-
om is presenting an original musi-
cal comedy. "Early Bloomers."
this Saturday and again next Sat
urday. Nov. 3. Curtain time in the
Temple auditorium will be 8:30
p.m.
The show, with lyrics and music
b) Bob Rosen, is being directed
by Bob Brenner
Cast members are Mrs Stanley
Arkm. Mrs. Tommy Gerard. Leon
I'nyer, Mike Cooper. Joe I'ardo.
Stan Halper, Mrs. Bennett Lee. Sam
Siavin and Albert Sadowsky.
In charge of tickets is Mrs. Mar-
vin Cooper Tickets may also be
purchased at the Temple office.
Breath of life Chapter
Breath of Life chapter. Chil.
dren's Asthmatic Research I:.
tute and Hospital, will hold its
nual Halloween party Saturday
evening at Temple Zamora. Them
will be "Cleopatra. Anthonv and a
NiLiht on the Nile." Chairman i
Mrs. Milton Katz.
Phi Sigs Will
Plan Luncheon
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami will hold its regU
lar monthly meeting Thursday
evening. Nov. 1. in the home of
Mrs Marvin Gross. 231 NE 192nd
St.
Dr. Florence Denmark, iirand
archon. and Mrs Harreyette Deck
elbaum, first vice tram! archon,
of national Phi Sigma Sigma, will
be guests.
Plans for the 13th annual dessert
luncheon to be held at the Fon
tainebleau hotel will be ditCUSSed
Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Ir-
win Potash, and all furuls raised
are used for young scientist schol-
arships.
Special Matinee
At Grove Theatre
A special ladies matinee ol the
French fane. Tajama Top-, star-
ring June Wilkinson. John \
and Cliff Halle, will be presented
Sunday. 2:30 p.m., at the Cocon.it
Orove Playhouse, with women ad*
mitted for half price
Producer Zev Bufman and thea-
ter operator Martin Capian -.> !
"First to call the box oftice Hill
get the seats available at hall pi
for next Sunday afternoon'- per-
formance."
"I'ajama Tops." now in it> thiri
week, has been playing to -ell out
crowds every night, but a few -
are available lor next Sunday's I
matinee
Gil Rappaport To be Honored
Lews B. Rudnick. of Coral
'".nhlos. national vice president of
the Zionist Organization of Ameri-
ca, announced Wednesday that tIn-
closing banquet oi the 25th annual
conference of the Southeast region
of the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica at the Diplomat hotel on Nov
25 will honor Gil Rappaport.
utive director oi the region, lor
ten years <: service to the organi-l
Rudnick said that the I anquel has

nd of the which will
m all
- itheasl
The r she kill bring I
the < sing --ioi I the conl
lai Zioi
i-i ;,.
: munity l< from the
- n

atti
Rappaport. who is a graduate
attorney, attended the University
cf Louisville and the University
o' Kentucky. He is a member of
Zeta Beta Tau, University of
Kertucky chapter; and Z A.M.,
Uriwersity cf Kentucky, scholas-
tic fraternity. While at the Uni-
versity, he was chairman of the
young adult division of the UJA,
was president of Hillel Founda-
tion, ar.d organizer and first pres-
ident of the Campus chapter of
the Intercollegiate Zionist Fed-
eration of America. He was also
a member of Beta Tau Chi social
fraternity of University of Louis-
ville, and president of the Debat-
ing Club.
has been a resident of
" ch for thi past
past presi leni
B< K Ma sad He
vice chairman of the Zionisi Youth
I Of I South Flor-
ida Zioi mcil.
In :' npletion ol
five years with the ZOA, R
;>.>rt u as av irde I a tri]
by the .- utheast regioi
..... .,
ol ZOA membi r
tour of Israel and [hi
reunifies of Bui
Cotillion Set
At Beth Shirah
First session of Cotillion al Tem-
ple Beth Shirah will be held on
Sunday at 5 p.m Dance instruc-
tors for the 20 boys and -iris will
be Mr and Mrs. Robert Mandell
The Cotillion program will in-
clude instruction in the social
-rae,-. as well as in classical and
modern dancing.
Classes are open to seventh.
eight and ninth made students, ami
registration will continue all
through November, as well as at
the first session on Sundaj
chairmen of the Sisterhood Co-
tillion committee are yirs \.,t
Meltzer and Mr- David Markenson
Follow the sun to
Library Now Open
s
new h
Baj Libi u opened its
:m,; irters mmun-
itj Center oi C dlins
Florist Offers Exhibition
Murr mon Auxiliary, Jew-
ish War '. Tut
evening at the Mil j( 3737
I Cora, Gables I a flor/f
exhibit by Elton Edelman
Brown
Buckuhtat
Croats
. ,-. -
Woffll -is-iSoup
Follow the fun to the Sheraton*
Aviv, at the glittering resortt
of Israel's sun-dazzled Med
raneancoast. Balcomedgues! re
coal air-conditioning, terras.
nimg pool, fabulous food
seeing, gala nightlife at your
For reservations, call you'
agent or nearest Sheraton 1
In Miami call PL 4-1667
SHERATGK;
IM Ml
SCIAl QISCOWT RATK-M*. uno-"


Friday, Cclober 26. 1962
* knif fhirtidlii^in
Foge 9-B
SCO
by ALAN SHECTER
il <. i.. -. e Artist Eu-
to i xplain u hal
in ;i painting, and
'.i-, But his refusal it-
I ffer insight into art ap-
i could use words to ex
-- what I try to achieve in a
there woul I be no need
it,' he declares "Words
kI because art and its
rial roots are so intangible."
sin teaches art at the I'm
, oi Miami. Not long ag >,
in.i. azine reproduced ;i
n painting ol a football
, xposing millions to his tal-
paintings bring as much
00, and M' has received
national recognition for his

m believes artists, like
Ise, don't fully under
The artist ration-
lit) when be paints,
hal he feels about his
Invariably. Massin says,
;- never finished the
i artist starts it because
- al the end are alwa> s
nl (nun the waj hi' it'll al

Dramatic Changes Due
matic and historical changes
i liberties are taking place
iys, and Jewish Ploridians
ngside seats
ett Roth, Florida chairman
i Anti-Defamation League,
Ih i
Court verdic ill rie-
ble-reading i Florida
schi s to be in violation
i "' ision separat-
ing church from stati R ith is
: li rlj i on< rned al .: pub
lie rei this decision when
u is re ndi
Roth noted to this colun nisi
M< nday that the decision will be
unpopular locally and nationally
. both Je .- and non-Jew s,
Hr reports that the ADL is plan
educational programs de-
signed in h,;p enlighten all Amer-
icai as i" the legalitj and im-
portance Of the schools.
*
Making 'Do'
When the formi r Nancy Labo-
vitz married Dr Jack A Da' is
me ago, her flair
for art lei ri ratioi
had lo taki second plai < to w ife-
l> and later maternal dutii
No- erthi less, Nancj still finds
time to paii htful eye pleas-
ing designs on bare walls in
homes from North Miami Beach
to Perrine. Her art work makes
for unceasing conversation.
Nancy's daughter, Kim, sleeps
in a bed with no headboard The
bed looked lonesome against the
bare wallso Nancy painted a
headboard on the wall behind the
bed.
ne, who plays Lt.
imin Vandervoort,
with his officers of
2nd Airborne in "The
Day," starting at the
Theatre on Wednes-
ay. Nov. 21. Also starring
e Steve Forrest. Tom Tryon.
a Stuart Whitman.
Kinneret Chapter
Party on Monday
Kinneret chapter. Mizrachi Wom-
en, will hold it- first "President's
Cake, Coffee and (.'hatter'' party
Monday evening al the home of
president, Mrs Sophie Schrager
i'.ii s\v nth st,
Mi- Stoi i Mizi achi co-
ordinator, will extend greetings
A skit, Fashion First." and a
dim on membership will b< pre-
sented.
Mr? i Ri th i- member-
ship i
Second Annual
'Night in Italy1
Miami Beach opera committee
i- sponsoring the second annual
"Night in Italy" dinner dance, to
be held at the Eden Hoc hoti I on
Saturday, Dec 5
At a meeting, with Mrs Emil
Morion hostess architect Morris
Lapi lus -box' nl sketi hes of a little
"theatre in the round" for tlu
Pompeii ri om, when the dance will
be held
Mrs Da\ nl Hocl berg, a ( o-< hair-
man, w ill ha> e a coffi e al hi r I
on Pinetn e dr oi '! ui So\
!0 for h> sti sses rid committee
membi rs il I hi dam e
Heller Speaks
To JWV Meet
ik, oi
nl Pi Jewish WS1
- ol the i ted SI

of Wesl
as : h Id on Thur .;
' i Miami Ti wn Hall
jam was to be .
I an ad I ess bj Daniel Neal Hell-
i i. recentl> i lected national judge
ocate, the second highest ol
fice JWV.
Hi- subject was to be 'The Hole
ol the Jewish Veteran in (he Com-
munity."
Pn gram, which i> open to (he
public. was to be preceded by a
short business meetinj
8:30 p.m.
beginning al
Acdemy Dinner
Set Dec. 16
The 15th annual Hebrew Aca.l-
i my scholarship dinner slated for
Sunday. Dec 16, at (he Deauville
hotel will be headed by B l Bind-
er, who was appointed chairman
of the affair (his week
Binder, president ol the Hebrew
v i my for -oven years, was nam-
i d honorarj life pn -id, nt last
month
The dinner will be in honor of
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
board of directors of the Hebrew
Academy.
Dinner hosts include Benjamin
Appel, Richard Rasker. Jerome
Bienenfeld, Adolf Blank. Dr. Louis
A Bunim. Samuel Cohen. Max
Deakter, Louis DeCoveny, Morris
Dubler, Irving Firtcl.
Henry Gewitz. Nat Glickman.
Morris Goldfarb. Joseph Gonshor,
Henry Groudan. Hyman Jablon.
Milton Kahn. Jacob Kaufman.
George Kimmel. Frieda Koch.
Harry Korelzky. Aaron S Lauer.
Oscar M amber, Henry Penchansky.
Jacob Rifkin. Julius Rosenstein,
Jerry Scbecter, Sam Shapiro, Dr.
Matthew Zuckerman
Yafis Plan
Theatre Party
An evening at the theatn will
be presented by the You \ d I
Friends ol Israel on Saturdi \ even-
,i .
The district has resen ed a block
of seats for Ketti Fring's Pulitzer
inning play, "Look Home-
ward Angel." at ih. Studio M
Theatre. Jos Bird rd., Coral Gables
[n-charge ol reservations arc Paula
Sernaker and Shellej Schrold
Following the theatre, a pizza
parly has neon planned at the Hod
Diamond Inn, 117 NW 42nd ave .
Miami A car pool will leave from
Temple Emanu-El al 7:30 p.m All
single adults, between the ages of
2o and 35. are invited to attend.
Talented Tots
Eyed at Playhouse
is now pla\ ing w eek-
at Studio M Play-
"Rapunzel'
end matinee
housi
Children who can do trick-, per-
form magic, make funny faces,
sing or dance, and wish to appear
on the stage at the Pied Piper Play-
house m Studio M. may appl) at
he 1 heat re any day.
Those selected to take part in
the "Rapunzel" matinees will be-
ceive a season's subscription to the
Pied Piper Playhouse
39h Q
*. rnend^ of Chamber Music oi Miami nexi
in\ !,Venin<3 at ,he White Temple Auditorium. Program
ctiDf et WiU open ,he eiqh,h annual membership sub-
TueJ-' Senes of Friends Chamber Music of Miami next
Quartet1!?6 Quar,et No' n in F minor, op. 95. Beethoven:
X. 575.5?' 5' 1934' Bar,ok; and Quartet No. 21 in D major,
include Jin- Gp ^"dor Vegh, first violin; Sandor Zoldy. second vio-
rges lanzer. viola; and Paul Dzabo, cello.
Youth Program
At Beth David
Mr- Michael Schaehter. chair-
man of the Youth Commission at
Iieth David Congregation, this week
announced the launching of an ac-
tivities program for to 12-year
olds
Evening activities are scheduled
daily Monday through Thursday.
including arts and crafts, baton.
bowling, chess, modern and folk
dancing, dramatics, knitting and
sewing, models, sports, stamps and
coins, music, and photography,
Irwin Weintraub Is youth activi-
ties director.
I
Temple Beth Shiruh officially takes over foi-r acres of land
at SW 77th ave. and 120th St., on the site of its new House of
Worship. Signing the purchase agreement is Samuel H. Rob-
erts (seated1. Looking on stundinq left to right are Mis. Rob-
erts, Mr. and Mrs. William Summers, Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Beth Shirah Buys 4 Acres
Mr and Mrs, Samuel Roberts.|
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Reichert,
and Mi. and Mr- William < Sum
mers this week conveyed to Temple
Beth Shirah four acres of land for
the future chapel oi Beth shirah on
SW 120th st. and 77th ave.
The site is close to South Dixie
hwy.. Cutler rd and the Palmetto
Elementary Junior and Senior High
Schools, and is also situated just
beyond the Palmetto By-Pass, af-
fording easy access to many mem-
bers living in the Southwest sec-
tion of Miami.
Legal transfer was handled bj
members ol the Temple Beth Shir
ah advisory council. Howard Mand-
ler, Leon Roth, and Leo Martin.
Temple Beth Shirah was founded
in July, 1961 by Rabbi Morns skop
and Cantor Merman K Gottlieb,
and ;- affiliated with Reconstruc-
tion's! Judaism The Advisory
Council directs the policy of the
'l en
Le Rotl chaii nan of the
council, Lee Aen nson, actin chair
man oi the M nd Mrs
. mbi i hairman i I
Sisterl also si n i on the
\ isoi \ c i un< il
Plans of the building committee,
headed by Seymour Drexler, archi-
tect, and Morn- Herman, chair-
man, will be disclosed at the next
meeting of the Temple in Novem-
ber.
Tikva Chapter
Party Sunday
Tivka chapter ol Pioneer Women
will hold a welcome home party for
Kenneth Halperin. son of Mrs.
Charles Strauch, on Sunday. 7.3C
p.m at the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1235 Washington ave
Mrs Milton Green, presid......f
'he Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women, whl be guest
speaker Her subject is "R -ach
Out an l 'n erstanding Hand"
Mrs si au h ,\ ill be hostess
the evening in her son's hone.!
for
All-Day Boat Ride
-
ih. "Dre; mboat" fi r an
! I audi all
Dai cii i nti m -
i : I I be in u l<
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The most Hilarious adult
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t.
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also starring Cliff Halle
Saturday 8:00 t 10 3j
Sunday Mat. 2:3
Eve. 8 30
call Mildred Krissrl
for group discounts.
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HELD
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Friday, October 26. 1962
K[$ar ^SVLitzvah
John Fligelman
Bar Mitzvah of John David Flig-
elman will be observed at South-
west Jewish Center on Saturday
morning, Oct. 27. with Rabbi Maur-
ice Klein officiating.
A student at Palmetto Junior
High, the Bar Mitzvah attends the
Center's Hebrew and religious
schools. His hobbies are motor
mechanics, swimming and football.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Fligel-
man. 12330 Pine Needle In.. So. Mi-
ami, will honor their son at the
Kiddush following the ceremony,
and at a reception in their home
on Sunday at 3 p.m.
*
Jonathan Seidman
Services at Flagler-Granaila Jew-
ish Center conducted by Rabbi
David Rosenfeld on Saturday morn-
ing, Oct. 27. will include the Bar
Mitzvah of Jonathan L. Seidman.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seid-
man, the celebrant is a student at
Kinloch Park Junior Hi>:h
A reception and dinner at the
Ritz Plaza hotel will be held in his
honor.

Lawrence Rothstein
Lawrence Michael, son of Mr.
and Mrs Fred Rothstein. will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Oct 27. at Young Israel of Greater
Miami, with Rabbi Sherwin Staub-
er officiating.
A student at North Miami Beach
Junior High. Lawrence studies the
piano, and is a member of Young
Judaea.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Bar-
celona hotel.
* ? *
Joel Stein
Temple Judea will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Joel Stein on
Saturday morning, Oct. 27. with
Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating.
Stanley is a student at Ponce de
Leon Junior High and plays trom-
bone in the school band.
Mr and Mrs Abraham Stein, 301
Velarde, Coral Gables, will host the
Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening
and the Kiddush following Satur-
daj services in honor of their son
*
Sam Vova
Sam. son of Mr and Mrs Leon-
ard Vova, ill become Bar Mitz-
vah .n Beth Emeth Congregation
on SJturday morning, Oct. 27. Rab-
bi Simon April \wll officiate.
The celebrant is a stuaenl in the
congregation's Hebrew school, and
attends North Miami Beach Junior
High. He is a member oi the Boj
Scouts
Mr and Mrs. Vova dl host the
Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening,
and also honor their son at a din-
ner in the Royal Hungarian restau-
rant on Saturday evening

lowrenct Rothitein
John fligelman
Sam Vova
Jonathan Seidman
Stanley Stein
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of How
ard. son of Mr. and Mrs Sidnej
Strom, during services Saturdaj
morning. Oct. 27, at Congregation
Yehudah Moshe.
Howard is a student at North Mi-
ami Beach Junior lli.uh. and h is
attended Popiel religious school for
si veral years.
The Oneg Shabbat on Frida>
i vening and a reception l Mowing
thi ci remonj on Saturday will be
held in honor ol the celebrant
Mitzvah will be honored at a re-
ception and buffet in the Temple
following !h ceremony.

Jan Lederman
rdaj morning services, Oct.
27 T< mph Zion "ill include the
Bar Mitzvah of Jan Lederman, with
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating
Jan is an eighth grade honor stu-
dent at West Miami Junior Huh.
and plays trumpet in the school
concert band. He pi
tinue his studies in the 1
confirmation class
Parents oi the celebr ire Mr.
and Mrs Reuben D. Le -rman who
will he,nor him at the 0
on Fridaj < vening and
dush following the ce my
Mr and Mrs WilUa H Whit-
man and Mr. and Mrs.
erman arc grandparent
Mitzvah
Howard Ctrom
Rabbi Morton Shalowitz will
of-
Hatikvah MlZrachi One-Man Stow Here
Installs Officers
Newly-elected officers and board
of directors of the Hatikvah chap-
ter. Mizrachi Women, will be in-
stalled at a luncheon at the Ritz
Plaza hotel on Monday noon.
According to Mrs I-rael Teitch.
outgoing president, and installation
arrangements chairman, "a most
entertaining and interesting after-
jioon has been planned."
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
install the nd tell of the
hi projects he visit-
. b !..- r< c nt trip to Is-
rael
tion-
Sev.
-
afti n oon.
S'ewlj offici rs I be in-
lied arc- pres ''. lacob
.-. honorary president Mrs Is-
nt, Mi-
dames Morris Bienenfeld, Morris
Dubler. Jack Davis, Emma Ratner,
Harrj S rer. Mrs.
Jlerman: recording secretary'. Mr*
Fred Zisquit: financial secretary,
Mrs. Edna Baer: social -
Mrs. Henry Groudan: trustees, Mi-
dames Julius Rosenstein, Si
Bieler and Sally Gold.
Board of director.- art- Mesdames
Louis Adler, Adolf Blank. H Bronf-
man. Louis Ciment, Jack Ciment.
Herman Eisenberg, Jack Fox. Alex-
ander Gross, Sam Herman. Hyman
Lieberman. Lilly Laster. R. Prot-
zel, Olga Putz. Ellas Ro3ch, Sid-
ney Rubinowitz. Lee Strauss. Jer-
ry Schechter, Abe Seif, Isidore
Spolter. Tibor Stern, and J Wei--
berg.
Art of Marvin Bloom will be pre-
sented at the Art Unlimited Gal-
lery. 82W NF 2nd ave.. from Oct.
27 to Nov. 15 Preview will be
on Oct. 27 from 2 to 5 p.m. Works
by the 26-year-old Bloom will be
on exhibit in a one-man show
Gallery director is Warren Soned
Menorah Women's Program
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hold a 'member briniMi member"
tea at the home of Mrs Sol Frank-
el, 1231 95th St.. Bay Harbor Is-
lands, on Wednesday noon. A pro-
with members of the Sister-
will be- presented by Mrs
Feldmai program vice
president Mrs Raj Morse is Sis-
terhood pri idenl and Mrs. Ben
ship vice p si
Jimmie Dresnick
Jimmie, son of Mr and Mrs Solo-
mon Dresnick. will be Bar Mitzvah
during services conducted by Rab-
bi Norman N Shapiro at Beth Dav-
id on Saturday morning. Oct. 27
An eighth grade student at Shen-
andoah Junior High. Jimmie plays
the accordion and participate.- in
sports.
He will be honored at the Kid-
dush following ih ceremonv

Stanley Sher
Bar Mitzvah of Stanley Mark
Sher will be observed on Saturday
morning. Oct. 27. at Temple Sinai,
with Rabbi Daniel Lowy officiat-
ing.
Stanley is an eighth grade stu
dent at Palm Springs Junior High
and is active in the athletic pro-
gram there.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Sher.
5491 W. 8th ct., Hialeah. the Bar

Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychiatrist, is shown as he addresses
monthly brunch of Temple Israel's Senior High School De-
partment. Some 100 young men and women atter.ded the
session on teen problems. At the table with Dr. Gilbert are
(left to right) Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein. religious school diiec-
tor; Leonard Schwartz, youth advise:: and Dr. Joseph R.
Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Isrcel.
There are profits in dreams!
Men's Club
Golf Tourney
Men- Club of Beth David Syna-
e will sponsor a coif tourna-
ment on Sunday at Doral Country
Club.
Charles Z rn, a former
president of Beth David Men's Club.
;- chairman ol this special event.
Assisting Spingarn are Artie Kr.t\
itz and Sol Dresnick
First tee-off i- -che'.uled for 8,
am., am! ips of four will tee-'
off every n-ven minutes. Prizes
will be presented to winners at the
next meeting of the club scheduled
lor Tuesday.
So. Beach Men
Launch Program
South Beach Men's Clui was to
its fall program of events
Thursday at the South Beach
Elementary School. Guest speak-
er was to be Dr. Michael I. Hor
witz.
The club will hold its annual
night party on Saturday, Nov 3. at
the Barcelona hotel Guests will
include Circuit Court Ju.ige Will-
A Meadows, Jr. Hal P
Dekle. George E Schultz. Crimi-
nal Court Judges Gene Williams
and Jack A. Falk
On Thursday. Nov 8. the club
will have its annual blood bank
drive, followed by a film explain-
ing the purpose and use of blood.
Einstein Urit
Presents Skits
Albert Einstein group of Hadass-
ah held its annual membership,
luncheon la.-t Tuesdaj afternoon at
Temple Yehudah Moshe The cham-
1 BS under the -
in of Mrs. David Dogoloff.
Program included humorous -ki'-
directed by Mrs Norman Ly
with Dr Sam Spira at the p..
Leading role was taken I > Mrs
Adolph Ja<
President of the group is Mrs
Seymour Sherman. Mr- Merle
Lit man is membership secret
Emma Lazarus Party
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B rith. Business and Professional
group, will have a "Bunko" party-
Tuesday evening at the Jefferson
hotel. Chairmen are Mrs Mae Blum
and Mrs. Doris Lezak.
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SIDNEY S. KRAEMER
245
UN 61875 SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE
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f,.r the i lief demamli 'I in Ihi Hill
..i i 'umplalnl
Thi- n lice .ii ill I" -niliii-li. .1 once
each week M foul I'onaecutlvi ..k--
iii TIIK .IK\\ ISM I'l.' IRIIMAN
I'.iNl-: Wl' ORDKRKD ;ii Miami,
I'l,.: nl i. -lii. :':'.iil day "' lobei.
\ l' 1962
K M I.KATHERM \X, Clerk,
ill C i i.i.i. i 'ounty, Hoi Ida
seal) Hy: C P CoPEI. \.\l>
Deput> Clerk
MKI VIN I Mi'l'.i 'I-'I-'
I'.i li. \ 12*
N M ., i i I'., .,. ii I l.i
Attorn, :..r Plain) Iff
in !6, 11 2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 11184
i.knwi inn i- in-: as.
I- alnl
ma ii.". m:i:t m VHV ki:i:as.
Defci dai
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i i Mai | ii el Mar> Pn a*
jl (Irani Vven
Kiinl i irange, Sew .i, i m )
V.,ii. Margari i Ma rj Ki.., ar<
hi i ebj notlfli ,1 thai Hill ol Com-
..l.uiii f, r Dlvorci ha b< n filed
,i,, in you, an I you are requln i In
.-..|.\ .,f \..ni Vnawer oi Plead
i |o ih. Hill of "'..mi.hum ,.n the
Plaintiff iittorm v. Hllerj K Sll\< i
niiin. \i i'.i \) ne Rulkllng, Mi iml
::. li.....i.i un! file Ihi original \n-
,,>, i .. in Ihi offlci of ih-
,!.,;, in -iirt mi ..I l
-,.,-. ih, |9th i.iv "I Sovembei 1962
If y, | ra|| I,, do ..l-im nl i" di
... n agalnal -
>..... ilen andeil In the Rill "i
ilni
T ,;. iol .ill hi puhllahed onc<
. ., fn i,,ni p wi k-
ii TIIK J I V\ l.-H I- I RI I >IAS
I 'N' K a SI' i Ici 'i:i:i:i > al Miami,
I7H ... 11.In rA.P
I! ll I.KATHKRMAN Clerk,
.-... i ,.|. i "mini v l-'i..i iili
. |l) K M I.V\1 \N
I Kit) I'lelk
IIII.KRV K S1I.VKRM \S
\1
M......
\ii......\ for Plalnl n
in l
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE is HKR BUY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
del ih,- fictitious name of
.'IK'S I SIP I'ARM ill 23735
S-otitH I'..I. i-ai llignxva .;.. ;| ... p|r.
Ida im. ml- in res later xaid name with
Ihe Clerk ol the Circuit Court of I >ade
Count). I'!..i ,1 .
UEl IR(!E Dt'NNIGAN
Sole i iwnei
.1 I AVI11 MERMAN
Attorne> for Applranl
in 26, l: 2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELF.VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7056
i i.\ VI.I '111 .1 W I l.l.l A MS,
Plaintiff,
PEARI, ll' >SE uil.l.l VMS,
11, fondant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: I'KAIU. ROSE WILLIAMS
106 Bro k.- Stn el
Easl floaton, Mnaaachuaetts
You, PKAItl. ROSE WILLIAMS il
hereb) notified that a Hill of I'om-
plalnl fur Divorce haa been filed
agalnal you, and you are required to
serve a cop) of your Anawi r oi
Pleading to Ihe Hill of "'..mi'laini on
the Plalntlff'i attorney, i.kvvis K.
COHEN, I ISO S.W l-'ii -i Street, Suite
807, Miami 36, Florida and file the
Inal Answer m Pleading In the
office nf the Clerk of the Clrculi
<.....i on '.- i" ("i the 5th das il
November, 1963. If you fall to do so
Judgment bj defaufl will I" l ik. n
agalnal you for the relief demanded
in the I I'll "i 'oinplu Inl
Thi. notlci Khali be published once
each u.i-l. for four consecutive weeke
in TIIK I KWISII I'l.i IRII 'IAN
DONE \M' i nil >i:iu:i' ai Miami
Moi Ida, Uii- lal da) of October, A l>
191
E H I.EATHERMAN, I 'lerk,
It Court, I >ade I'.....H ) Hi
I i I' ( 'i .|-|-'.I.ANI>
I ii put) Clerk
LEWIS I-' COHEN
l ISO s\v lal 81 Suite 307
Miami III, Kla I'll 3-6381
10.5-12-19-36
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thi- undersigned, di-airinK to engag
Ihimii. ss iiii.i. i the in ii I-, i -
JIMMY DESTRO ITKS > 935 I.
-.in Road. Miami Beach, I li rids
i.mis to register said name with
Clerk '( the Clrculi Court of I
County, Florida.
JIMMY I >BSTRl'
ANGELO ALI
Attorne) for Applicant
1" 12-19-26,
that
in
..I
in. -
In-
the
Hide
11 2
MRS. REBECCA LUBIN
mi. nl 775 X\V lSth ave, died Oct. 14.
She came here li years -ik" from New
1 Surviving are la sons M -v
,i and Marvin; a brother and five
trandchlldren. Services were in New
v, rk with Riverside Memorial Chattel
in charge
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring; to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DEW DROP INN at 7801 N\V 27th
kvi Mi.inn, PTa., intends to register
said name with the Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit Court of I iade Countv, Klnrida.
IDA PEINMAN
Sole I "mi. r
KKS.-l.l-.ll a,- GARS
Ait,.i a. > h foi Applicant
1998 SW Ihi stn el
in :;. 11 3-9-u
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52489- B
IN RE: Estate "f
AIA'IN EORMAN KNoWL.ES
I leceased
NOTICE OF INTENT',-N TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
riled ni) Km.il Re|M>rl and Petition for
Distribution and l-itnil Discharge as
\dminiatrator of tin estate ,.r Alvln
Horman Knowles, deceased and thai
"ti Ihi 29th da) nf N.....nl.. i. 1962,
uill apply to ih.. Honorable Cojntv
ludgi of Dade i 'ount) l-lm Ida, for
approval ..r ~.ii,i Plnal Report ami for
distribution and final riischargi an
Admlnlstratoi < thi --i-t.it.- of the
ibove-named decedenl This 1Mb das
..r i ictobi r, "
AINSI.EE 11 1 Kkl 'IK
Adininlsti-ator
AINSI.EE ll I- Klil'li:
\tt..T
1782 West I'l.ml, St.
Ml .in- Florida
in 36, ll 3-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11470
THE DOLLAR SAVINGS HANK
nl SEW HiRK CITY
Plaintiff,
\ s.
NORMAN EARL VAN ORDER ami
KI.S1K M VAN ORDER his wife,
.ind FIRST NATIONAL LANK
i'l MIAMI
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
i'o NuiiMAN i:\iiL\AN Mini-:!:
and KI.SIK M. VAN ORDER,
his it,-
711 Montgomery st
Bj raouse, N.-w York
^",iii at.- hereby notified that the
it.i.\, daptloned action has been in-
stituted agamsl you In the Circuit
Co t nf thi Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit nf Florida in and for Dade Coun-
t\ t, t,.i,.,iloae .i mortgage upon ihe
following described real properts
Lot :i. Block 73, Carol City, Second
Addition, according Ihe plat
thereof recorded In Plat Book 6s at
page Tv. Sheet I, ,'f Ihi niibJIi rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida, to-
gethet with fin roluwlng items of
proper!) which .ir. ha'ated in ami
permanentl) inatalled as a part nf
ih. improvements "ti said land ; I-:
Garbage Disposal FA588R, Q E Re-
frigerator LW-II. 11 K li 'ti Oven
ami Rangi .l-'..v. ami i >"T. V'cni
tian Blinds in,I Traverse Rods, Two
i.') Tub enclosuri s
\'i,ii ., i. n-i|iii. ..I in .i|. ,i n -
- wer to plaintiff plainl with the
i"lerk "f the ii'i.i, -.mi Court, and
ser)......p) theri-of hi -i. plaintiff's
attorne) MARTIN FINK, 14th l......
I >ade hederal Bids Mian i 12, Floi -
iila. in.: later than \"\ mbei -
or ii I "ecn I.....'niifi so ill In i n
I, i.-,1 againsi ion
I. ITKI li lobt !l li" '
I-: B I.EATHERMA S
i>r the Circuit Com l
H> \ \ HEW kit.
11,|. .' k
M KKTIN FINK
\ > foi Plalnl
1 iih 1- |,i. r I '.1,1. i IMg
Mi.i ii.i
-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 0251
I'll K Wl l.l.l IMSKI'RGH
SAVINGS HANK
nl Iff.
\ -
j, .is, ii \ RLK.S II \ \\ Ml and
MARY I.Ki: HANNAH Ills wlfi
M VNI'KI.I IMRAS and IA Y COM RAM
and AHI ,EN K '< 'Ml: \S his w if,-.
and Jl 'UN p SHALE JR
I left mliiiit
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO JAY COMRAS ami ARI.ENE
, -i IMR \s hlr Hi
106 i Tow ells Road
Highland Park, N I
You at l" reb) noi Ifled t hal i hi
above captloned action has been In
stltiit.il agalnal you in the Circuit
("ourI ,if tin- Eleventh Judicial Clr-
culi of Florida In and for [>ade Coun-
ty t,i foreclose a mortgage upon the
following described real property:
Lot :'" in Block 67. ,.f FIRST ADDI-
TION TO CAROL i'ITY. according
in the Plal thereof, recorded In I'l.i
Honk 60, .ii Page 19, of the Public
Records ol Dadi County, I-lorlda.
You .i re requli ed lo file your an
*\\,-r i,. I'auititfs complaint with the
i 'lerk "t thi afon said I 'oui t. and
nerve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
attorne) MARTIN FINE, iiih Floi r
i '.,.1, i ,i. ral Rldg Miami S2, i
Ida, a.'i l it' i < li.in Nnvemla i 26
or s I i-i-r.-i Pro Confesso will hi n
i.i, ,i against you
l 'in, .1 i i. i..i.. i _'i. 1963.
E H I.EATHERMAN,
i "lerk of the i 'irctill < "ourl
is. all B) K M I.YMAN
11, iml \ i 'lerk
\l VRTIN FINE
Attorne) for Plaintiff
nth Flooi Dadi l-',i, ral Bldg,
Miami il' Florida
'.. II '-'-'- 16
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the Fictitious name of
CARPET TOWN ill 9830 N.W. 7th
Ave., Miami, l-'l.i anil elsewhere In
IV,il. Co., l-'la., inl.nils t.. register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit 1'iiiirt of Dade County, Florida
CARPET TOWN, INC.
B) George LighthaJI Pi sldi nl
V ROBERT CARLISLE
Attorne) for Applicant
30 s I-: First Avenue
Miami 33, Florida
in -;. ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan nf
CHEZ ZH'NNi: .it >7ii s w 186 Ter-
race, Miami .7. Florida intends t"
register said name with the Clerk "f
thi Circuit Corn of Dad< County,
Florida
MARILYN SiiriAiK
Sole i iu ii. r
jim McDonald
Attorne) f"i- Applli ant
115 N Kronii Ave., Honti stead
III 26, I'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7651
THE WILLIAMKBl'RGH
SAVINGS HANK.
Plaintiff.
vs.
I M IN \ I.I' K I 'I'l'. a single in.hi.
and BETTY l."l" lM>D. s single
woman, and l> ll'ISE C. II' 'SS
I 'rt- ndantfi
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti i BETTY I.i 'I' I" 'I 'I'.
RESIDENCE CNKNOWN, and
thi unknown spouse of said defen-
dant if married and alive, and if said
iii-f.ml.mi is dead, thi unknown heirs,
,|,\ is. ,-s. grantees, assignees, lletiors,
creditors, trustees or other claimants
claiming by, through undi i > i against
an) ..I tin- above named defendants
who are deci ased
v,.,i n hen b) notlfli .1 thai Ihe
abovi captloned action has been In
-ntiit.ii agalnal you in the Clrculi
Court "f th.- Kiev, nth Judicial Clr-
culi of Florida i" and for Dadi Coun-
ty to foreclosi a mortgage upon the
following described r.iil property:
Lot 23, Block 63. SORWOOH 1th
ADDITION, according to the Plal
thereof, recorded In Plal Book ".7
at Page :'! of th.- Public Records of
Dade County, Florida, together with
Venetian Blinds
Vmi in, i,-i|iiii-,il t,. file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk "I the aforesaid Court, and
serve copj thereof upon plaintiffs
attorne) MARTIN FINE. Mth Floor
Dade Federal Bldg., Miami IS, Florida
noi later than November 38, 1963 or
a Decree Pro Confesso wiil be entered
agalnal you.
IIATEJ i > lobei -i. 1962
i: B LEATHERMAN
ri. rk "f ih. Circuit Court
i-,-i,l i B> S A HEWETT.
i leputy "lei k
MARTIN FINE
Attorne) foi Plaintiff
nth Hoi t D ..i" I deral UI
Miami 32, Florida
in l'i:. 11 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10742 (Pearson)
i S il.l'As. IN, JH as Vdmlnlsl
Vetcrani Vffalrs n t>l fl.....f the
I tell States nf Ami i .i iml his
' : ;
I hill .I--ILM-.
Pig ntlfl
RAI I'll l MANl'l.l.v and VED I
M \\' i I.I. \ hi- .v ill
I left mlants
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti RALPH I MA M-'.I.I.A and VKI >A
M VNKI.I \ Ills ivlfi r li\ in-.
ng .ui>
- .ml I -. ndanl II thi hav< remar-
ried, in-1 ii ,1. .,.1 i" th-
di-\isei ranti'i
[ei irusti'es and all
other i., i .-ti- : liming
unilei
^v li. >s. residi nces
\ i ii ARK II KRKIIY Si iTIFIKI that
i -nil has been
b) I s IH.KASON JR .,.- \
la'triitol
. er of the 'nlted States of A
and his sui-cesso in such offlci and
his or their assigns, in Ihi above-
. ntltled i "ourt, to fon loa, ., mori
gage encumbering the following des-
. rlhed pniperl y, to wll
Lot I. Block 17. nl FIRST Al'l'l-
I'li IN TI "ARI >L 'IT^
to the plat thereof, recorded in Plal
Hunk 60, .it page 19, ,if the public
records and you .ii- required t,, file your an-
.v ii li i he '"., i k nf th< Mrcull
1'iiiirt ,,f I Hide County, Florida, .it the
Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on m
before Sovembi i 38, 1943, and t,.
aervi .i copy "i such answer uimn
mviiis HEIMAN, KAPLAN and
i' \ r .- \l A N Plaintiff's attorneys,
u ii..-. addi ess is Eli \, n Flft) B lild-
iii^. li," S.W Fk-sl Street, Miami :'..",.
I lot Ida, ......i he foi ii,l ., ,.-.
i ui, ,l l the laws ..t I- lorlda H ) ou
fall tn do so, th.- complaint will be
taki n ,i- confessed b) \..u and s I li
ree Pi Confesso will i" entered
agalnsl you f"i Ihe relicl demanded
In 11" omplalnl
DATKI 'Ins -'Iih dn of .....i i
1963
i: B LEA rilKRM \ S
i lei i, of the "Ircull I
I ';,iii. I 'i.iint \. 1- ,.|
|-.il' B) S \ HEW E IT.
I leput) '
Myers Helman, Kaplan and Cataman
Ell v.-n Flft) Hull,linn
II 8.V4 I'm RI street
Miami i'. Floi Ida
io .';. ii i 9-i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl ''I'l' 'K IS HEREBY GIVEN
the ... ,.!.. in
busim ndei the flctltli is name of
RAY'S iri'sr li' irsi' al 67 w si
Street, Hiali h h Inti nd to rel -
-., d ume ii ii the flei k ol the
i 'Ircull '"iirt of l Wde "o int) r lor-
lda.
PHILIP J R \ V
LENA K RAY
ARl Si IVITZ, SILVER -' 'HI I.
Attoi :i"'- > for Applicants
RII7 Aill.-l, ^ HtlildlllK
Miami 32, Florida
in 13-19-36, 11'2
________
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HLHF.I'.Y GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious names of
l.i. Flora Hotel, I at Flora Apartment*
and l.i. Flora Motel al 1388 I'ollina
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida intend*
tn register said names with the Clerk
..' ihe circuit Court "i Dade County,
Florida
I \ I- l.i oi \ IH rTEL CORP
a Florida "oi p
B) Ed ard Schwa rts, Presldi nl
HENRY A, KAMI'
Att,.i ne) for La Hoi a Hotel
1" :>:. II 3-9-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi- undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Mi, w.i,i, Mens Shop and Golden
Gati Shop al 19406 Collins Avenue In
I i;i,i, County, Florida Mend t" reg-
Ihi -iii'l ii.im. -li Ihe i ii ''k nf
ihi I'lrcull 'out nl 11 idi Count) .
Florida.
Dated ai Miami Beach, Florida, thin
22 'lav ..t Ictober, 1963
IRVING WKftBRM \N
LILLIAN W'EBBRMAN
Kh\m:K & MANNHEIMER
Attoi neys for Appllcn nta
I" :;. n 3-9-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DA-DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10667
THE wil.l.l \ \isi:ill:ll
SAVINGS HANK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
KINLKV JONES, Ti
Bankruptcy, WILLIAM K GRIFFIN
and ARDEI.LA GRIFr IN his wRi
DWAYNE I. NYKAMP and MARY
i: NVK AMI' hi- wif". VICTl 'll
VAMLESKI and 1R.MA V \SILESKI
Ins wife, and HOMFJ MILK EMPLOY-
i:i:s F'EDERAI. CREDIT I'NION and
THE I'NITKI' ST VTES T AMERICA
I lefendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
I'll WILLIAM K GRIKFIN and AR-
I'KI LA GRIFFIN, his wlfi
RE811IENCE INK N't IW N
DWAYNE I. NVK AMI' an.I
MARY !: NYKAMP his wife.
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN if
.ili\.- and If dead, the u-elrnown
heirs, devisees, grantees, asstgn-
. -. Ilenors, rddltors, trustees
or other claimants claiming by.
tin..nub. under or against an) ol
the above named defendants who
are rieceaei .1
You are hereb) notified that the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted agalnsl you in the Clwult
Court nf the ELEVENTH Judicial
Clrculi "f Florida In and i"t DADB
County to foreclose .i nortgage upon
th.- following .1.-.-1I...I real property:
l...t 13, nil, k S3 FIRST ADDITION
TI "AR ll. i'ITY, ni ordlng t" the.
Plat ihcreol i ded In Plal Hunk
in. i ',, Public Record*
..f Dade County, Florida
You an i quii pd to file your an-
Kwei t.. idalntlfr's complaint with th*
Clerk Ihe u in ald Court, and
sen........- thereof upon plalntifr*
Hornet M \i; iiN FINE, nth Flooi
Dadi Federal Bldg., Miami :::'. Florida,
not later than Sovembei 19, 1962 or a
i.., ., i.. Confesso will be enti !
aga I -: you
I ... li .i i ii lobei 1962
I-: It I.I' VTHF7RM \N
'l.i k of Ihi 'ii. lit Court
,-..,,, li P COPELANP
IVptlt) ''l.ik
\l iRTIN FINE
Attin n. i fo Pis
I ith Flo. i im.I. FVderal I
Miami '.-. Florida
l" 19
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C "02t.
.1 I K ISI. \ K Ml IRTil \'::
i -i >H i'i iR \ I'll >S F I LORIDA,
Plaintiff,
\ s
I \ K Mi '!' 'N VGI.F: lid MRS JAi K
\' \|i iN \GI .!: and
i Wll- RF:YN< 'LI'S.
I fendantf
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti > .1 \ M I'.- RK> Nl 'I -
Kl'.-ll lENi I"' SKM IW S
Hpousi "f sai.l ile-
-, ml ml ,. .1 .mil ...:\ .1 lilt
II -., Id .1, fi ndanl Is dead, thi
unknown heirs, devisee*, gran-
li .- naslgm es, Ilenors, ci edl
lees oi ii. l.iim.mis claim-
ing b). through, undi t oi agalnsl
;in\ ..; ihi above named defen-
ds nts ** h" i dei eased
You in.- h-reb) notified that the
ibove captloned action haa been in-
stituted .iL;.iiti-t you In the Circuit
Court "t the Eleventh Judicial Clr
mi ..f Florida In .....I f"i Dade Coun-
ty t<> foreclose .. .....rtgage upon th.-
following iiis- i iln ii real property
Lot v. in Block it. of IVE8 BM
TATES SECTION Kul It, according
to ih, Plal thereof, as recorded in
Plal Book '.". at Page ''.< ( th.-
Publii Records ..f Dade County,
Florida
You .....-iii i r-..t t.. til" miiii .in
-w-i t,. plaintiff's complalnl with thi-
i "I. rk "i 'l.. m esald i 'oui t, ami
. n cop) i ii, i, upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor.
Im I", dl i.' Bldg Mi.in.i :
n..i Lit. i i ha ii Nn emhei
i i',., rce Pro Confi sao \\ ill be n-
i ga I n si yi i
I '.it, il i '. |l ,. :
k n lf:.\therm w
fieri
. ..li H\ K M I.YMAN
i'. : 'lerk
MARTIN PINE
ne) ',' I 'li
l ith Floor i adi tVdera] Bl.lg.
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Friday. October 26, 1962 Menisfi fhrkJton Pcge 5-B Going over details of the Nov. 1 coffee for the Women's Divisj on .\-erican Friends of the Hebrew University, are Mrs. Samue s:monhoH (left), chairman; Mrs. Emil Friedlander, chairmar. of events; Mrs. Trudy Hamer=chlaq. Florida chairman for the Society of the Book; and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, membe: zi the board. Univ. Women To Help Library On -p ly, Nov. l. at her DiLido ]. ime, MrAnna Brcni ., %  national vice president 0 [ W'Mi i Division, American Friends %  Hebrew University, [will entertain a group of Greater Miami .' %  n leaders, To be dis morning coffee Is the [Jewish National and University %  Library 11 the new campus of the lllebrev ; iersity in Jerusalem. -Heari the Hebrew University, Ithe hbrai also the national lib|rjr> oi Ihi Slate of Israel and fcerves ihi Knesset, government |mini>tr;< | ublic institutions and he prii" t citizen," MrMeyers %  at the Hebrew Unpversit} • ring will be 15 women .oca! Women )ff to Confab South i resenti rentii i Eociet} place \ VI Mrs i" en'Divi! I stein ai teterai phis par he tr;i uesdaj feceptii • losen LS i • Mr}• elphii Folli Mrs ; i presii • %  < %  deli.'. irs. Ju lei in \otables ad welfan will be well rep •he first national eon\mcrican Technion i n's I>i\ i sion to take and 8 in Philadelphia, p Thau, the first Worn • president here, will lied at the import a I • on by Mrs. Leo Rutrs Trudy Hamerschlag, zers ot the group in the state. ill leave Miami on attend the special %  n by Mrs. Maurice Official welcome to all tl Schoenfeld, of Phil. vent ion chairman. the opening address man J, Leffert, nationof Technion's women. • will hear talks by Helm. Consul of IYork City, and other the tul 1 .it education delicatessen Open in Coral Gables Follow %  |heri*s D< pip 3f fables i lyle I'-, i Featun 1 i : I its grand opening. lessen an i Sandwich ilusia ave., Coral %  in full operation eatWho are interested -'1 and delicate-sen %  bake I goodies made Cheri's, gourmet %  red platterlables shop also teaas Manischewitz llaw and %  an I k isher franks %  knock vvurst. Also uch items as Breakchi Temtee 'ames Party Set 0r Kendall 1 < >> sident of \'" S id, an Planhave been made I held x E Vged on m 2 to 4 p.m. larrar ^arge |ili r i ei Baum Playhouse Production Slated Sisterhoi le Heights Jew %  ish Congregation will present Ivan Kivitt, of the Merry Go Ro Playhouse, in '"Pinno chio" oi day'. N,.\ I, al p m T ekets may i e purchased at the door. Rev. Graham Speaks to A JConq. nswer v !" f ollowed — Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. president of Some 50 guests gathered at the [ Mandler was chairman for the -re Florida Women's Division of home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard evening and introduced the guest 'he American .Jewish Congress, Mandler, 7:toi SW 134th ter., onl .peaker, Rev, Edward T. Graham, reeted the guests and assist) I Wednesday at a meeting of the! who spoke on "What Integration Mrs Mandler at the refreshment American Jewish Congress Means to Me" A question and t.ib'c following the discu toi who have already demonstrated their interest in the library by becoming "Women of the Book." Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag Florida chairman for the Society of the Book, is herself one of the women who will have their names inscribed in Jerusalem during the coming months. In describing the accomplishments of National Women's Division, which has undertaken a million-dollar project to build, equip and maintain the Jewish National and University Library, Mrs. Hammerschlag note.1 that 'the resurrection of the library has been one "f the most thrilling chapters in the brief history of the State of Israel." The Nov. 1 coffee will be followed by a "Presidents' Reception" in the home of Mrs Samuel Simonhuff on Nov. 15. where Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami, will speak Guest of honor at the reception will be Mrs Samuel T Sapiro in recognition of her many years of devotion to the Hebrew University. Academy PTA Will Install Officers Installation of officers of the Hebrew Academy PTA will be held Saturday night in the Max Silver berg Dining Hall at the Academy. 2400 Fine Tree dr. Officers to be installed by Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal, include Mrs Sheldon Dearr. president; Mrs. Zvi Berger. Mrs. Samuel Gomberg. Mrs Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Leon Keinhard. Mrs Tobias Simon and Mrs Sam Rosner. vice presidents; Mrs Sam Shapiro, recording secretary. Mrs. Abe Hoffenberg and Mrs Fred Zisquit. corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Henry Penchansky, social secretary; Mrs Marvin Cboos. treasurer; Mrs. H. Louis Rottman, chap lain; Mrs Maurice Kellner, historian. The ceremony will be followed by a reception for the 32 faculty members of the school and more than 60 parents of newly enrolled students will be honored. Dr Clyde M Brown, supervisor of the honors program for intellectually superior math students at the Academy, will be guesl speaker. Ills topic will be •Tomorrow's Mm s Demand Challenges Today On the arrangements committee are Mrs. Morry H Fox, Mrs Lcon. rd Adler and Mrs Sam Rosner \lr~ zvi Berger is program chair man. Roosevelt Temple Party Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian sisters, will hold a card and games party on Tues I ly evening, B p Bt Pythian Hall 1601 1 Proceeds are for the o\ charitj pro.,'. 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~ death a 55-yearld Jev Rabbi Bernard Eisdorfer, it disciple of the S % %  ••... ir hbi orders ier an • %  li At the same time under I Mayor Robert F. Waj itj Commissioner or InLouis I Kaplan, a under way of all fail's ime and its aftermath, i n investigation as to the lion taken either by the the city hospital after •dorfer had been found red. •• to police, two youths i between 17 and 20 are being sought in connection with the crime The men had beaten Rabbi Eisdorfer last Monday night and robbed him of a large sum of money, reportedly $2,000. which he was carrying as donations to several Yeshivot in honor of the forthcoming cele bration of Simchas Tor ah. He died four days later. A refugee from Czechoslovakia, H ho had received rabbinical ordination as a youth. Rabbi Eisdorfer was a successful textile merchant In the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, where thousands of Sal mar adherents live the usual Sim cli.is Tor ah celebrations were tingContinued on Page 16-A I M I %  Pnphne Rankin. whose killed at Dunkirk durWar II. said "I fell so ist could not let him go Police stopped the %  fter Mrs Rankin's acwas pr.eceded by sus I kling of the speaker and of tomatoes and eggs "as arrested. Meanwhile, a spokesman for ^f^rheard organization, the ccrps" of the British National Socialist movement, said the organization was still operating and that a meeting of its members had been held last week "to boost morale." This was disclosed by Martin Webster, one of a committee of four of the neo-Nazis named to run the movement while leader Colin Jordan and three top lieutenants are in jail on conviction of havContinued on Page 9-A NONtDUCATtD /HCfff ANTI-SCMI1IC PAGl BA fORM UNITtD FRONT PACt 10A NEW YORK — (JTA' — Two as surances that official Argentine steps will be taken at Buenos Aires to counter anti-Semitic manifestations in Argentina and to outlaw political movements there promoting racial or religious discord were voiced in New York this week Label A Katz. international president of B'nai B'rith, just hack from Argentina, announced he had been promised by Argentina's Minister of the Interior. Dr. Ro.lolfo Martinez, that the latter would place before the Buenos Aires Cabinet a measure that would, among Other aims, ban the anti-Semitic BCtivities of groups like the neoNazi Tacuara movement. Cabinet approval of the draft would amount to the adoption of a law. since Parliament, recently dissolved, is not expected to reconvene until nexl year. A* the same time. Gen. Pedro Aramburu, former President of Argentina, and one cf the sponsors of the rewly-formed United Frcnt Aagainst Anti-Semitism in Argentina, voiced similar assurances to Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Cc-tgress, and Dr. Maurice L. Perlzweig. director of the WJC depar'ment of international affairs. Gen Aramburu is here for a lecture tour. Katz. who met in Buenos Aires last week with three top members Continued on Page 2-A Grim JFK Receives Award; Nation Hears of Quarantine British Fascist Meet Halted; Spearhead Vows to Continue ON—(JTAV-:The wife of an American Army colonel lost her is week over remarks of a speaker at a meeting organized Fascist Union Movement at Tunbridgc Wells. Kent, and pushed • i i off the platform. President John F. Kennedy has been named 1963 recipient of the America's Democratic Legacy Award. The citation is presented annually by the AnilDefamation League of B'nai B'rith for "distinguished contributions to the enrichment of our democratic heritage The announcement came even as President Kennedy was preparing to face the nation Monday evening to spell out the war risks involved in a seven-point program set torth by the U.S. Government designed to halt the accretion ol nuclear missiles in Cuba. The nation listened grimly as President Kennedy declared that a nuclear missile fired from Cuba on any Western Hemisphere nation wou'cl constitute ar. attack by the Soviet Union upon the United States. The President clearly described to a tense U S. the newlyimplement pr03ram of "quarantir.e," which would involve search cf shiLs of all nations on the high seas, sending cargoes to Castro's Cuba. Mr. Kenne. y warned thai vessels failing to comply would be tired upon and sunk, including those from the Soviet Union In his talk to the nation, the President (barged Soviet officials, inCont ; nued on Page 6-A German Group Urges Reelection Of Sen. Dirksen WASHINGTON — (JTA) — A racial appeal for the reelection of Sen Everett Dirksen of Illinois, the Republican leader, and the return to the I'pper House of "our own man" has been made by a German American committee in Chicago. The commitiee. in a letter sent to the membership lists of 225 German societies in the Chicago area warmly defended the Raiser's Ger many an 1 Hitler's Third Reich against charges of responsibility for two world wars, and accused the Democratic Party of being antiGerman and responsible for both wars, A staff writer of the Washington Evening Star pointed out that "Sen. Dirksen is of German descent. His Democratic opponent. Rep. Sidney R. Yates. is Jewish and the son if Polish (Jewish) immigrants'' The letter, on Dirksen for Senator stationery, stated in part that "flamed to a high pitch by Continued on Page 5-A Report Kennedy Moving Toward Peace Between Israel and Arabs NEW YORK—(JTA)—President Kennedy "is continuing diplomatic negotiations" aimed at bringing the Aral, states together for pea negotiations with Israel. Rep. Emanuel Celler, New York Democrat, asserted here this week, Moscow Synagogue Attacked Again NEW YORK — (JTA) For the time during the current •' a son, a brick was thrown ht through the window M< scow Central Synagogue. ing to a dispatch to the Nem Herald Tribune from David Miller, one of the newspaper's correspondents in the Soviet capital. • similar occurrence had taken It the synagogue on the eve 11 Rpaa Hashaoo, but. at that time, services had not yet begun, %  'he latest desecration, which endangered Israel".Ambassador in Moscow. Yosef Tekoah. occurred during the mass singing and dan. ing in the house of worship where Simchas Torah was being observed, MiHei reported. The newsman was standing next to Mr Tekoah. ;n a special enclosure in the synagogue set aside for the Israeli diplomatic mission, when the brick flew through the window, showering a number of persons with glass splinters. The synagogue, at the time was crowded with thousands Speaking at a meeting of the Brooklyn Jewish Community Coun cil, the New York Congressman recalled that, -hortly alter taking office, Mr. Kennedy sent letters to the heads of each of the Arab Miller reported, while states in "a major initiative."' Rep. thousands of -lews milled about in Celler said that, until now. "unforthe street outside innately, this has not succeeded. President Kennedy is undismayed No one was injured in Friday a|)(| js contmu j ng diplomatic uego nights attack, according to Miller. | tiations along these ini s •• no After a brief, shocked silence, he reported, the congregation inside, as well as the many Jews packed into the street outside, continue.I singing and dancing. The celebration was led by Moscow's Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin. Miller Continued on Pa.g 11-A stated. Rep. Celler told the Brooklyn meeting that, "while our grants to Israel have come to an end" because Israel "no longer neeefs grants," United States loans to Continued on Page 7-A Jewish Unit Visits Poland PARIS—(JTA)—A group of 35 American Jewish leaders, headed bj Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, executive vie* president of the United Jewish Appeal, arrived here this week from a four-day visit to Poland the first by an American Jewish group to postwar Poland. The Jewish leaders, part of a 138-member UJA study Mission to Europe aid Israel, gathered here. conferred in Poland with religious and cultural leaders of the Jewish ((immunity. They were welcomed by the Mayor of Warsaw, Jamusi Zarzycki. Mayor Zarzycki emphasized Ihe Nazi slaughter of the Jews in Poland and the determination of the Polish government to live all possible aid to the remaining Jews to restore their economic and cultural life. The mayor declared that no anti-Jewish discrimination existed in Poland, and that all doors were open to Jews in government, in every type of school and in state enterprises. That evaluation was confirmed by Jewish community le* J ers in Warsaw in their talks with members of the UJA delegation. Rabbi Friedman told lh( Warsaw leaders that American Jewry Continued on Page 8-A


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LEGAL NOTICE
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MRS SOPHIE CHUBIN
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LEGAL NOTICE
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKITY OI\ EN
hi i mil i i" .1 di i hi- ngag
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JOCTH FLORIDA AOBNOY at
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
... JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLCR'DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 62C M438
\ nd KSTHKIt 111 'SK I \\
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
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SMITH and M VRi !
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trustee* ol Tin w nut
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and ill'- u ii 1-.
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NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 11426
I \i K Wl il il '.
I Ma in t If r,
CONNIE Wl KID,
I', ti nlani
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Pi i -i .\ \ I K v\-. ii 'I >, ..! I'm. Sli. '
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\ liereb) notlfli .1 lhal i lllll
,.r Complaint fw Dlvoi-ee ha*
filed .it ilnat you, and you .....-
quired to aervi u eop> of your Anawei
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nn Ihi plaintiff* Vttorney, MKIA'IN
I Ml Ki il K I'i- I tog I.- N M
H, ,, :, 82, i-1. .ri i.i and file the oi Ig-
,i \i:-m. ..: Pleading in ihi "
.i ihi Clerk of Ihe Pin lit Court on
Stl day "f Noi.....bei.
fall to di n Judgini in
by di : lull will) b* tak< it againut you
ri'llel deman l< 'I In the Hill
ni i'i.n plain!
i. i..-.. ghall publlahed onee
, ih week fil four I i llvi wei-ke
in tiik .n:\\ isn i'i.' iRHMAN
IHNE \M' i ii:l ii:ui:i> ^ii Miami,
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notice by publication
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 11184
I.KNWl 'i il' w I- RE \H
Plain-
M \i;.; \i:i:t M \H\ r"RE v.-
11, i, da i
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. i Mai :i el Man Pr< aa
: .:-.ini Avi nue
K ixl "range, New J< i )
V.,ii. -.' irgarel Ma rj Pri .' -. ai
ii. reliy notlfli .1 thai a Hill ol I '"i"
plninl fi r IMi ore* haa hi n flh d
agaln> I you, and > ou are i. quired in
., \. op> i>f ^ .-ui Vnewer or Plead
,. tii. mil nf Complaint on thi
ntlffa .ittorney. Hlleri K Sllxi r-
i \i. ::: I'.i- lyni Rulfdliig, Miami
:_ ii... |r hi.i rile thi orlglnul \n
n-er oi ii ili. offli i.f 11"
Clerk ni the On nil I' .'in on or hi
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I fail do ', ludgmi nl h> di
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NOTICE BY PUBLIC*T,ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7056
i\ VI. i IRP .1 WILLIAMS,
Plaintiff,
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BAR I, Kl ISE W 11.1,1 A.MS.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PEARL Id WE \\ II.I.IAMS
106 Brooka Street
Kaal Hoaton, Mnaaarhuai 11 -
v..u. PEARL, ROSE WILLIAMS, are
hi n b) notified thai a mil of <"om-
plalnl for Divorce haa been filed
against you, and you are required to
in., a o.p\ of (.an Anawi i .a
Pleading t.. the Hill ( I'nmplalnt on
the PlalntlfTa attorney, LEWIS v
COHEN, 115(1 8.W Klcal Street, Suite
l'iiT, Miami :::. Florida and file the
original Inswer or Pleading In the
office nf the Plerk "f the Plrcull
Pourl mi or before the 5th daj if
November, 1962. If you fall to do bo
judgment b) default will bi taken
agalnal you for the relief demanded
Il ih, Hill i.f i -..-111.1. mt
This notice ahall be published onem
eai li i k I conai cutli e weeka
in Till: JEWISH I'M Hill 'I \ N
1" INE \NI' IRDBRI l' at Mia
Ida, Ihla 1st daj ol i tober, A l>
E I: LE vT'li'KM W Clerk,
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1.....w.-- 'lerk
LEWIS K I'HIIKN
>v |m SI Sal'i -'"7
pr ... m
10.5-12-19-26
LEGO.L NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
PERRY BELMONT FRANK
, Una in sm-f.-nl. died
let 13 He i..Hie here 11 yeara ago
rum Vew Y< ik Surviving are his
a if... i'i.-is. Ron, Perrj H ji and
>.. grandchildren Bervlcea were
:.; a Rlverelde Memorial t*hapel,
Vlton rd
MRS. REBECCA LUBIN
SO, nl 77S N\v nth ave., died Oct. 14.
Shi came here 11 yearavkgo from New
York. Surviving are l aona Mi v
.1 nl Marvin: a Imilher and five
tramlchlldren. Service* Were In Nev.
\.- with itiv.isi.le Memorial Chattel
in haige
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY UIVEN that
Ihi undersigned, desiring to engage In
del ih,. fictitious name of
'K'S I S|.|i CARS at ...::..
"|'I1 I'' i. I 11 !_ li \\.", \ i;,hi|,n. ii,,, -
Ida intend* rei later ~.,i.i nami with
the clerk nl the Plrcull Court of Dade
County Ploi .I .
UEl 'li'.i: Dt'NNIOAN
Si ile i iwner
.1. DAVID MKH.M \N
Attorney for A| pleanl
in :';. 11 :'-:.-ii!
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
[he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
DEW DROP INN al 7S01 NW 2Tth
Ale. .Miami. Fla inl.mis to register
sail name with the Clerk of the Or-
. nit Court of Dade County, Florida
IDA KKIN.MAN
Soli i hi in i
KKSM.KIt \- fJARS
Alt..i ii. fill Vpplil ant
..... >\\ !- Street
l" -':. 11 .'-:-!!;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52489-B
IN RE: Estate nf
ALVIN KORMAN KNOWLES
deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTI.-N TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
Nl ITU "K i- hen by gh en that I haVi
nli .1 mi I'mai R,.|Hirl and Petition foi
1 Ibutlon and Klnal I 'is. harm
Vdmlnistralor < Ihi estate ..- Alvln
hot-man Knowles, deceased and that
on ili. _Mnli day nf N.....nher, l62.
"ill apply In Ih* Honorable Cuntv
Piidgi .a Dade Counts. Florida, foi
appi oval nf said Kit al I:. ; i an.I for
distribution and final dlschargi ai
Vdmlnlstral.....f ihi estate Ihe
ibovi -nami .1 d< edem This imIi das
of i ictobi r, 1962
MNSI.EE i: I ERDIE
Adinlnlsl rat' >r
\ INSLEE I! I ERDIE
Minn
17X2 Wesl hlaglei St.
Mum: I." Florida
1" 26, ll '.'-!i-l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11470
THE I i'H.I.Alt SAVINOS HANK
' 'I NEW VURK i'ITY
I'lalntlff,
\ H.
NORMAN EARL VAN ORDER and
ELSIE M VAN ORDER liis wife,
and FIRST NATIONAL HANK
I MIAMI
I lefen.I.I Ills
NOTICE OF SUIT
In NORMAN EARL VAN ORDEH
and ELSIE M VAN ORDER.
his Wife
Til Montgomers St
Syracuse, New York
Von are herebs notified lhal the
il.i.v. .aptn.ned action has been In-
tltuted agalnal you in the Circuit
Court nf the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit i.i Florida In and for Dade Coun-
ts tn foreclose a mortgage upon the
following described real properts
l...i S, Block 71. Carol Pity, Second
Addition, according to the plat
Ihereol r.....rded In flat Book ;". al
liaga "s, Sheet I. ,.f the ouliHc n c-
orda "i Hade County, Florida, to-
gelhi i nli ih. foi nw nm m in- ..i
propel11 whli-h .in liH-ated In and
permanently Installed as a part ..f
ili. inipr..' in. nis ..n said land : I'
Garbage Hlsposal PA5H8R, u R lt.--
:i ik ratoi l.w 11. i; i: i. in i iven
and Rangi i i and l ''. \ m
Han Hlinda and TraviMsi Roda Two
12) Till. n.-I...-in, *
Vi.ii .. i i, in plaintiff urn pin in i with ih,.
I "lerk ..I th, il......11,1 i '..1,1 I, ,li.l
-I vi .....PS then if ii|......Inintiff's
attornes MARTIN FINE, ; nli I .....i
I'...I. hederal Hldg M i 12, Flor-
ida nnl latei ih i Now mlwi v .....I
i .. I '... i.. I will be en
I i.il mi nisi \ .,ii
I KTEI | '. lot*
E II I.EATHERM \\
of Ihe I lilt I '..in t
III N \ HEM ETT
I lepuly Clerk
M \H TIN FIN i
.i .. I '..I III- :
! i.i, I ||
I I.I.,
. ||
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 9251
I'HE Wl l.l.l V.MSItl i:.: II
SAVINOS HANK
Mini.
\ a
.I. u-s.il VRLES HANNAH and
M M.\ I.EE HANNAH II Ifi
MANI 'El. '' 'Ml; \s and JAY" I iMR VS
\ III BN E ''' i\l RAS hi '.
and I' HN I' SHALE JR
l lefi ndanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
fi JAY i'i 'Mi: VS an.i A itl.ENE
' IMRAS In.- will
106 Towi lla Road
ll lull la ml Park, N i
You ai ii. rebs notified that Ihi
above captioned action lias been In-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Court "f tlie Eleventh Judicial I
.-mt of Florida In ami foi Hade r......
ii in foreclose a mortgage upon th.-
follow Inf. di i ii.. a real propi rt j
Lot 20 in Block B7. ..f FIRST AHI'l-
Tlt N Ti' CA in 'l. "ITT, aci ordlng
in th.- Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
l.....k 60, al Page 19, of thi Publii
Records nl Hade County, Morlda
You are required ta file youi an
nwer to Paintlff'a complaint viiih ih,
. ii ik ..t Hi. afon said t "oui I, and
-.i\, ., ...;.\ thereof upon plaintiff*
.iii..i n. > MA i:tin FINE, I nil I
I '.,.1. I edi i.il Rldg Miami 32, I
iia not litii i li.ui Novembei.......
or a I'. i I 'i.. 'onfesso a ill hi n
lered against you
l inn .1 i i. lobei i I I".-
K li I EATHERM VN
. i.i I, i.i i he it. mt i 'ourl
i ..li Bj K \l I.Y.MAN
l'. put) ierk
M \ Iff in PINK
Attoi il v for Plaintiff
nth H....i : i-..i. ral Bldg,
Miami 12 Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NA4HE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under i h* i.. .
JIMMY HESTRO, PURS a' :.;:. Linc-
oln Road, Miami I'.. I, h. I li ii.la In-
tend* i" register aald name wlih the
' 'I. ik ..i the in nit Com i of l >ade
County, Florida.
JIMMY DESTRI '
ANOELO \l.l
Attorney for Applicant
in 12-19-26, il !
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, des ring to engage In
I business under the fictitious name of
CARPET town at :':'" N.W 7th
Ave. Miami, l-'la an.) elsewhere ill
Dade Co., Fla., Intends to reglstet
snld name with the Clerk of the iir-
. nlt Court of Dad* County, Florida
i "ARPET TOWN, INC.
By: George UghthaJI, President
V ROBERT CARLISLE
Attorney for Applicant
20 8. E Flral Vven
Miami 32, Ploi Ida
I" 26, II 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREH1 OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan. of
CHEZ ZH'N'.Ni: ni S870 S.W 186 Ter-
race, Miami .7. Plorlda Intenda to
register said name with thi Clerk of
Hi. Circuit Corn of I adi 'iMinty,
Florida.
MARILYN SHl'PACK
Sole 'w n.-r
JIM M 1" IN \'.H
\ Homes for Applii ant
II N Kn.iii.. Ai. 11,.ii i. ad
in 26, II

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7651
THE WILLIAMKBI'ROH
SAVINOS HANK.
Plaintiff.
I i.n \ i.i i K I 'I 'I'. a single iii in,
and BETTY la il' I" DD, a slngli
woman, and la il'ISE P It' >SS
i.. f, ndants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TI BETTY I.i il" I" IIID,
RESIDENCE CNKNOWN, and
ih. unknown spouse "f aald defen-
dant if married and alive, and II said
defendant is dead, the unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustee* or other claimant*
claiming by, thr-.imh unit, i re as., nsl
any of the above named defendant*
who at ii > ased
V,..i ik hereby notified lhal Ihe
above raplloned a. nun lias been In-
stituted agalnal you In the Circuit
c.iirt .f the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida In and for Dadi Coun-
ty to forecloei mortgage upon the
following described real property:
I .a 23 Block 62. Ni iRWt KJI' Ith
Al 'I UTIt IN, ai "' ding '" tin- Plat
thereof, recorded In Plai Book '.7
at Page 91 of th. Public Records of
Hade County. Florida, together with
v. n. t i.i ii Blinds
You are required to file your an-
awet ii. plaintiff'* complaint ith the
ii. rk <>f the aforesaid Court, and
m. a cop) thereof upon plaintiff*
attornes MARTIN rINE, nth Floor
Hade Federal Bldg., Miami t:' i
n..t later than Noi .nil., r 28,
a Oecree Pro Confesso .inl be entered
against you,
IIATBP '.....bei -i. 1962
K l: LEATHBRMAN
i i. rk .a th. circuit 'ourl
i-..,l. Hj N A MEW ETT,
i ieput> cu-rk
\i VRTIN FINK
\ foi linlni
i ith i- Hudi I edcial II
Miami ::_'. Florida
1" 36, II 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10742 (Pearson|
is,; |.| -.vs., i\ ||; .,- \,i
Veil III I'i.. : .....f the
t 'mt.-ii state* nl \ nn I-., i nd his
i .. ii .tiii and in- oi
..--ii.n-.
i 'la ntlfi
\ s
i:ai en i \i v.ni'i.i. \ md \ i" \
MAN El.I.A
I let. ndai -
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti l: il.l'll I M VNEL1. \ ami VEDA
MANEI : \ III* living
in;
said Iii
i ui In ihi
.....
nd all
li
.11,1. I '.I .i-';i :?.-! ihi'SI I '. '. II.lalll s
w host
I ill ARE IIEREHi NOTIFIEH lhal
ha* I., en lir 'light again*
Iii i s lil.EASON .11: ..- \
ffali-s, an Offi-
cer "f ih.- im lea ol A met lea
ami his sii. i'cssoi h in siicl -1 and
hi* in Ihelt .i -us. in i hi aboi -
entitled Court, t.. foreclosi .. mort-
gage encumbering the following des-
I .hell prop, M. '.. Wit
Lot I, Block 17. nl FIRST Al'l'l-
TH IN 'li CARi 'I. ITi mi ordlng
in the plat Hi. ded In Plal
Hook 60, .ii pagi w. a\ Ihe publii
i ....nis ..f i lade '..niit |. I- hii Ida
ami you are required t.. file youi an-
sw r ii iih i he '' : 1. nl thi "In Ull
Court of Hade Counts', Florida, al the
Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on oi
before Novembei 88, IMS, ami t..
s.i\, ., cops -a such answer upon
MYERS rIElMAN, KAPLAN and
' ITi M \ N Plaintiff* an-
il ii..-. address i- Eleven Flfts Build-
ing, ii a' .; w First Street, Miami 36,
I lorlda, nn ni before said ttati aa re-
Tin .1 in the laws "t I- lorlda II you
fail to ih. so, ih.- complaint will be
;.ik. n .i- ..in, ssed hi i ou and a I le-
. i.-.- Pi Ponfessn .. ill hi
against yon f,.i Ihi n I.......
in tli.....mplalnl
I' \ii:i i ihla !4th dai ol loin i

E. H I ,i:a i'H i i; \i i \
i i.i k of the ii t
l iad< i '..hii; v. i- ..ilia
B) N \ HEM E iT.
I'eplll.l '
Hi liiian. Kaplan and I al~iii.ui
i Flfts Building
II s \\ First Rtri i I
Maun:
1 26, 11 J-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERY 'il^ BN al
the undersig ed, desiring l< engage in
busim ndet the fictltli is name of
i;\Vs i :ii:s f ii'irsr .. 67 West
i.i street Hiali ih Inti nd to reg-
latei -.. .. ..in.. Ith he lerk ol the
Circuit 'ourl "i i lade i "o mt) F
Ida.
PHILIP J RAT
LENA K RAY
ARi NOVITZ, SILVER SCHER
Attuineya for Appllcanl*
kiit Am.-:. Building
Miami 32, Florida
19-26 i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
i ihe underalgned, desiring t" engage in
business under thi fictitious name* of
I.;. Flora Hotel, I.i Mora Apartments
ami I.a Flora Motel at 1238 Collins
Avenui Miami Beach, Florida Intends
t., register aald names with the Cleric
of the Circuit C.....i Dade County,
Florida
I I I- li 'It A IH iTKI. i IRP
a Florida "oi p
B) Edward Schwartz, President
HENRY A KAMI'
Aii..! ne) for l-a l-l.! a Hotel
1" 26, 11 2-8-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring '" engage in
business under the fictitious num.- of
Mm -Webb Men* Shop and Oolden
Oati Shop at IS'....."ollln* \i enue In
Hade County, Florida ntend t" reg-
latei till said nami with Ihe Clerk of
ihe 'V. ni '' in ol Hadi County,
Florida.
Dated al Miami Beach, Florida, this
> ilai ol Octi i" 1962
IRVINO M KBEKM VN
LILLIAN VVEHBRM N
Ki iVNKR .v MANNHE1MER
in... n. i for Appllciints
I" 26 11 2-9 16
IN THE CIROUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICI A L C I RCU IT OP
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10667
THE W l l.l.l VMRRPROH
SAVINOS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PINLEY JONES ii isti
Bankruptcy, WILLIAM E ORIFFIN
and ARDELLA 'M'.ll-i- IN i* u ifi
HWAVNi: I. NYKAMP and MARY
E. NYKAMP hi- wife, VICTOR
VAKILESKI and lli.M \ V \sll.EsKl
Ins wif.. and HOME MILK EMPLOY-
EES FEDERAL CREDIT I'NION and
nil-: r nit El i STATES of 'M ERICA
I f.-nilaiits
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO wii.i.iam i-: (SRIFFIN and \lt-
OEI LA i IRIFF1N, hi- w if.
RESIIIENCE IN'K.Ni iWN
I W A YN E I. N YK A M P a nil
M VI'. V E N VK A Ml' Ins Wife,
RESIDENCE CNKNOWN il
alive and If dead, the unknown
li. irs. devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, crejdltors, trustee*
or other clalmartta claiming by.
tin,.nuh iinih r .t ': i nsi any of
the above named defendant* who
.,.. deci as..I.
You are herebs notified that the
above captioned action has been In-
stituted agalnal vou In the Circuit
Court "f the ELEVENTH Judicial
Circuit ..f Florida in and for DADE
li.'inii t. foreclose a nortgagi' upon
'the following described real property:
l...t 1".. Block .7 FIRST AM'ITluN
ii. CAROL CITY, according to the
Plal il.....' rded In Plal Hook
ai ni i ,. ih< liililie Records
..f l >:,,i. i 'ounl.i. Florida
You .......lulled t.. file your an-
-w.i iii plaint fl .....iplalnl with the
,-|. rk .a ih. d Court, and
- ..... thereof ipon plaintiffs
Iti.rnei \l VRTIN FINE. Mth Fl.....
Dud. Federal Bldg Miami :::'. Florida
not lali r than Noi 1962 or a
11. i -.. Confesso will be enti I -i
agl msl I..II
Haled 'i loh< : '.
E H I.I" VTHERM \ N
i.i k ..f ihi 'in in i 'ourl
...... n i' P ri 'l'i:;.ANi
l'. ;. ..
\l VRTIN FINK
\i n. -.- Iia Intil
I Ith I- loot I indi I-'- di
M .inn ;.' l-i"!
i i ;-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1102b
.1 I K ISL I K Mi IRTt: V'H-'
i -i IRPI ill \ I'H IN OF I ..' IRI1 I.
Plaintiff,
I \ k Mi ill iN.I IRS. JACK
McMONAH .iml
.1 VMES REYNi ILI >S.
11. '.- '.. la
NOTICE OF SUIT
ii' .1 VMES IIK>
II EMI iKNi I" INK Ni i\\ \
.: ,.\\ ii npousi ol -a Id il.'-
rrii nd allvi and
II ndant la dead, tin
unknown heirs, devisees, gran-
Ire* ......... ii. ii. rs, eieditors,
i nsi., ..r I hi i i I.i i ii ia nis la i m
Ing i" ihro gh, under or against
am ..: th. ubnvt named defen-
ds ni s who ai .I. .i aed
I o i an hi ii b) notified that the
abovi capl loni i ai lion haa i" en In
stltuted against you In the Circuit
Court "' the Eleventh Judicial CIr
cull "f Florida In and for Dade Coun-
ts to foreclose a mortgage upon ttve
following described real properts
Lot v. in Block 14, of IVES B)8
i'ATKS SECTION Koiit. according
lo ihi Plal tin reol aa ri corded In
lial Book '". ai Pag* 7* of the
Public Record* ..f Dade Pountj,
Florida
You are i equlri il lo fill s*out an
M.i :.. plaint Iff* complnlnl with the
Plerk ol ih- sforesald Court, ami
,i cops ihereol upon plaint iff'-.
attorm > m VRTIN iini:. i ith Floor.
I i.i le Fedi 'a Bldg Miami 12, Fl
not latei than Novembei 19, 1962 or
a 11... r. Pro Confesso iv ill be n-
i. i. ,i agalnal j
Hated October
i: i: LI VTHERM VN
Clerk of the Cli 1 i '..art
iseal) By K M LI M VN
lieputi "let k
MARTIN KINK
Attorm i for li.- It
nth 1 aj itl.Ig.
Miami St, l-i.
11/2,9



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Page S-A %  F::day, Octc: Grim Kennedy Gets Top ADL Award Cv ~V Continued fro^i Pt>fe 1-A cludng N'ikita Khr Andrei Gr< myko "false" tl rten enl • policy concernin h • arm Cuba. Hopefully. !•:.•• %  %  %  SchultZ, national chairman Ol the Anti-Defamation League, i nounced the President will I ceive the ADL award, a -liver medallion, at a dinr.er to be hei I in Washington. DC. on Jan 31 The President is being given the award specifically for his "dedication to democracy as refleeted in his efforts to broaden the benefits of civil rights and to assure the application of constitutional principles of freedom to all Americans." The award presentation and the address by the President, will mark the opening of th League's observance of its 50th anniversary. THi .' m i ea'i Da -; --• : Lo3-v -•• has seen *\sidd ea.li yar itMea 143 to 11 American ci'-xer or orga-iia in far 'Vistin^Lisbed cor'rib'jtlc-r % -. .Unjteu *r presl Ita'es, (?wia>t O eu itares, i_*wigrT u Gf""'io*fr in t?S3 and Harry S Trurrn in 1949, are among the recipient*. Last year's award wir-.er was A:lai E. Steven'o-i, U.>. Ambassador to the United Nation*. Among other recinents are Mrs EReanor Roosevelt; former Herbert H. Lehman. I le 85th Congress of the United States, for its passage of civil rights legislati in in 1957: th >. Ford, R eki teller and Carneg e ms; and the New York Times. Look Magazine, and the Colu Br i I isting System. Four Mesivta Senior High School students are honored lor their high performance in the National Merit Scholarship qualifying test last spring. Shown are Larry Ciment, letter ot commendation; Stuart Werner, semi-finalists. Robert Belmaker, semi-finalists; Howard Lauer. letter of commendation; and Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, principal oi the Mesivta. presenting each winner with a set of books. Mesivta Students In 'Merit' Race Possibly the highest percentage oi winners in the National Merit Scholarship competitions was announced this week when the Mesivta Senior High School. 1021 Biarritz dr. Normandy Isle, qualified two ol it> eight senior class members in the nationwide examinations. The two semi-finalists i; Belmaker and Stuart Werner, are among more than 11.000 seniors throughout the country to take these high honors. The two youths moved one step closer to winning a four-year Merit Scholarship to the college of his choice Letters of commendation were received by Howard Lauer and Larry Ciment. also of the senior class of the Mesivta. The Mesivta, now in its third year of operation, is headed by Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, principal. The school offers classes from 10th through 121 h grade. %  The semi-finalists and commended students together constitute about two percent of all high school seniors This certatnlj signifies hy accompli*, by all oi thes rters." Rabbi Horovitz sai Rabbi Alexan lei' S -prin; ipal of the Hebrew Ac i president of the Mesm a; H. Louis Rottman, vic< pres and Alexander Moscovits, chairman ,il the board ot trustees The Mesivta went into three full classes last mon'h at its new site, and was formerly located at 10' h st. and Michigan ave. The present school houses 30 students, who stu ly and board on campus. The Mesivta is the only all-day. Hebrew-English seni r tigh scho %  '. • mth of Baltimore. sident K r "his in | in half of separa: >hurch and state; his per ent and articul ite opposition t •• foneof the extreme left and his expansion of equa empl ivment and other opportunisms throughout the federal establishment; his prompt and vigorous enunciation of outrages perpetrated against minority groups: and for the work ol his Justice and other Executive Departments in a variety of u-egregation situations, in protecting the right to vote, and in e-forcing current civil rights legista ion by new and resourceful means." •Above all." Mr. Schultz said, "The President has used the power of his office to give us new moral leadership. He is an able custodian of the demffcratu interests of the American %  Harman Gets U.S. Sriefing JTA—By Direct Teiet/pe Wire WAS! '" .: noi .. %  : I) the Sti te Department in Mon lay night Se retary ot State Dean Rusk foi an emergency briefing on Uni> ed States moves in connection with the Cuban blockade crisis. Mr Harman. it is believed, has ; conveyed to the Israel Government his evaluation of developments at least partially based on the extraordinary briefing Israelis are intently observing Cuban developments, aware of the parallel situation existing in the Near East, where the Soviet Union is providing a massive offensive arms build up to a number of Arab states hostile to Israel The flow of Soviet missiles and jet bombers I ; the Arabmotivatthe recent American lecision to provi • Israel with defensive lircraft missiles. feB'NAI BRITHif r, MEMBERSHIP RALLY 1 SHOLEM LODGE 11 A. David Rayvis left 1 president oi Sholem Lodge, B • accepts new applications for membership from Milto: :: chairman of membership for the lodge. Function v of a Sholem membership drive in conjunction with I al B nai B'rith campaign running through Decembe: function. Rayvs announced that prizes, includinq Nassau and Bimim, will be presented to members si the largest number oi new Sholem members. Tcnfe Mcme' Shov/ Here Ann i il mi mbei ship %  if Ternpie Israel Sist held : -• A skit "Tante Sisterhood projects was p id. Chairman of the affair was Mrs G • Lane. Temple Zamora Adult Education ;t 'ii! adult iti n courses will begin this Wednesday morning Classes In beginners' Hebrew reading will start at 10 a m.. for an hour, followed by classes in Bible from 11 to 12 noon. Evening sessions in beginners' Hebrew reading and Bible will open Monday. Nov. 5. at 8:15 p.m., foli by Bible classes from 9:15 Classes Pi lyer Book, Bibli n n mies ind his• %  ••••' held evei .".fr >m All c wirs s will bi Hershel Brooks, an I lasses meet at the Temp Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion ^ft You'll find complete t£ facilities to exactly satisfy 0T your needs in the Kisme' tP Aladdin, Scheherazade -•' W Rubaiycit Rooms, be il fo' : ^ wedding or a private --": it th For Very Special Occasions... • vmat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300 available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. 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b* > A fkri'dltor
Iriday, Qctri), 26 s
WHAT SOUTH FLORIDA PARENTS SHOULD KNOW
^4 c2)ituvkng 1A* from^SuL^
Preparing for the Cedars of Lebanon "Diamond Luncheon,''
fashion and jewel pcrade on Nov. 2 are (left to right: God-
mother Mrs. Sidney Longer and Life Guardian Mrs. Milton
Adler. They are shown with several Parisian Pierre D'Alby
imports to be featured by Starlight Charm School models.
More than 600 women are expected to attend the social at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
Diamonds-Furs-Fashions to be Featured
At Cedars Auxiliary Luncheon Here
Diamonds, furs, fashions and
custom-made wigs will hold the
spotlight at Cedars of Lebanon
Auxiliary's "Diamond Luncheon"
on Nov 2 at the Fontainebleau
hotel
Slated as "No 1 social event of
the year." the service group has
selected for its theme. "Faces New
for -62."
"We will pay tribute to the hun-
dreds of new members who have
enrolled in the Auxiliary and. at
the same time, honor those who
have been elevated to the designa-
CERTIFIED
KOSHER
AND PARVE
AJAX
is used in over 3 times
as many New York Jew-
ish homes as any other
cleanser because Ajax
has new instant Chlo-
rine Bleach that bleaches
cut stubborn food stains
In seconds. For stains,
greasy film, black pot
marks, nothing cleans
and bleaches better than
new Ajax.
Product of Colgate-Palmolive
lion of Golden Godmothers and
Golden Guardians." said Mrs. Nath-
aniel Levin. Auxiliary presi ent
The entertainment committee an-
nounced a glamor-packed show
headlined by a "wig-transforma
tion" performed by cosmetologist
Ruth Regina in less than 12 -or
ends in full view of the audience
A fashions and furs parade of
latest Parisian imports by Pierre
D'Alby and furs by Adrian Thai
will follow, featuring a line of top
models from Starlight Charm,
School.
Nearly Si.000.000 in gems is
to be modeled by Gloria Mars, well-
known dancer and nightclub star,
who will be wearing diamond*,
bracelets, and a tiara flown here
from New York City for the oc-
casion.
Appropriately; titled "the Caval-
cade of Gems." the audience will
have an opportunity to view the
diamonds at close range as model-
walk from table to tahle. Armed
.Harris will be at each entrance
during their performance.
The priceless jewels an
Nat Koslow collecti n internal -
all) fami d g< n d< il
eler. with bi Belgi im,
New Yi rk. and at the Fonts
hleau hotel.
The n< te.l collector agi
arrange fur the shipmi nt
B< ach "as a gesture of ft
. Cedars i I :
. tor-j ommi ntat
entire pi I .. /.: p, d
l hi Star!
Sen fashion editor
Jewish Floridian.
The Cedars Auxiliary has a
to raisi n thi
a ming year for completion ol thi
hospital's upper three floors They
have already raised S100.000 for
capital funds and equipment in the
; year, in addition to p> norm-
ing volunteer work at th ho pital
Pi gram and arrangements com-
mittee includes Mesdames Milton
Adler. Dorothy Aronovitz, Abra
ham Barkan. Milton Cash, Gertrude
Dunner, Irene Fink Herbert Hal-
pern. David Hess. Sidney Langer,
Edward Lewi-. Benjamin Oren,
Max Pepper. Goldie i
Rochkind. and Samuel Schulefand
Mr- Samuel T. Ss I l. th<
host -- committee, which includes
Me- nej Ar mo\ iti Joe
ir nan, Sanford K Bronstein
Charles Entcrline. Hernia
Norman Gladsden. Joseph Hani
mond. Ted Lotterman,
Mart. -he--. Raymond Rubi
Specter, and William Weintra
By ROBERT ZUCKERMAN
Suburbias Coddled Kids." is a
brisk, funny, and frightening n
,., on ,ne eddied and over-in-
dulged children of suburbia What
kind ol world are the kids in su
burbia looking out upon, what
pressures are forced upon them
by their status- seeking parents,
and why is growing up in tl
communities psychiatncally dan-
,, US7 These are some of the
problems the author is concei
with
Peter Wyden, who has
sociological eye. point- to the
changing character ol suburbia,
noting that historically, suburbs
havi been select communitii al
trading migr uits I re ir
search of their own Wh< ri thi -.
class-conscious segments
small, the impacl n thi ir chil
Ired was tempered In thi
i.-'i century-- 'n>s sanw ,llu'rin-
process engulfs millions
Kid- come to km only
neatlj manicured fumeli
ranch type or spin level comn
ties, where there
old people, no poor, no N gro< -
or Jews, and : xplore
i xcept bj mother-chauffi n
This look-alike societ) quiti
urally por luces
with a premiui
gregari* usi -
...ir.
.'-..ir.nler
.- : -' II I
. I) 10
- err
thi iii
-. .: Hi u un I
........'" -' '''
Another danger of suburbia is
the "Grcal Expectations Syn-
drome." which involves pushing
children after academic targets
far beyond their ability The con-
.,,|Ul rices : such parental pres-
sures the range from st mi
aslic failun i
chological n
den calls our
to clarify tin
stimulai ii
them Wl
dren today
ing the ,
growing
pace, becausi
at an adult t
more -fn0l|
''! justmesu
tcntion tothiji
' react f
ren and
can der.> ^
"' "i danttttfl
-roTmB
- at a
urestji
Wyden has one a fine Job|J
examining ihi -intellectasl |
foot" we an giving ourhsi
the overcharged atmospheJ
suburban An rici If. ^i
-erves a widi reading.
SUBURBIA'S CODDLED
By Peter Wyden.
4 Co. NY 134 p.. i
Beth Torah Has 'Coffee' Series
Str, ng the BOD I Between
School" l- the theme ol
. : hi mi 'it' es" now be-
by the PTA of the
i f Beth Torah ion
regal i Mrs Ronald Freidi I,
m ounced
rection "f Mr- I irl
membership vice presi-
dent, ch class meet
Max \ Lipschitz, Abra
educational direc-
......it individual teacher to
discuss th<
tor the pui | nf ennchaji
progcan of i n^J
operatii i
Values ..,
si ruction an
odoli gj ol .. rlebmsj
i-h histop pi i and
explaine
Memtx! |
h '-'< sse* i
S a in in J SI
man. Mrs ..i!en. anil
Nathan G
So what?
They're just as delicious and just as strict!)
vegetarian this way. In fact, the only mis**
you can make is not having more He""
Kosher Vegetarian Beans in the house whc
they start asking for seconds. Which the)
always do.



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Fiiday. October 26, 1962 feHf m,i tr'iJIii^i'P rcae 3-A Germany Planning Big Nazi Trials Discussing the Miami-Israel Festival of the Aits dinner are ',irom left) Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the reception committee; and Dr. Henry King Stanford, pres.dent of the University of Miami. Israel Bond Art Festival Slated for Sunday Evening Art. fashions and many other scets of the cultural world will, .^•h]i).'ht the Miami-Israel Festival i 11 the Arts dinner this coming Sunday night at the Fontainebleau | hotel, Included in the colorful event to 11 sponsored by the Women's Division df the Israel Bond Organizaoi "ill be an American preview (.' a collection of outstanding. Is-. ;,iii works of art; the Dior-Israel; j.-.i-hion offering; and presentation (1 the Miami-Israel Cultural Award, •c Robert Frost, Philip Wyli'i Ltcnard Rose. Dr. Joseph Weil and A; Herbert Mathes. Nominations for the award were bj a board of selections uni tr the chairmanship of Dr. Henry Stanford, president of the University of Miami, assisted by { %  amuel Friedland, chairman of the -rail Bond Organization; J. Nev-j < McArthur. well-known Miami i ni business leader; and Dr. %  Franklin Williams, vice presiof the University of Miami,' i headed the nominations com.nee. Leaders of the Israel Bond Orion, in addition to Samuel Friendland, are Jack A. Cantor. •airman for Florida State; Jack. S l'opick. chairman of the board <: governors: Maurice Revitz. ciairman of the executive commitUi. and Leonard Rosen, chairman I 0l the campaign cabinet. Heading the Women's Division. <:( Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. i Samuel T. Shapiro and Mrs. Max W( tz, honorary chairmen; Mrs. Jack S Popick, chairman of the, board; Mrs. Eiise A. Adams. Mrs. Jam Blank; Mrs. Jack A. Cantor, Mrs. Benjamin Frankenstein. Mrs. Fred Somerstein and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, vice chairmen. standard beams o< Ir.i-I include % %  McadanMb: ''*• -M. AIb.il. BMa*l l>. Ansln. %  ISauer, it ith J Rerger, Rer, Blum, %  M Ham Uom.-i.ln. Charl.s Charcow<>. '< %  --j >i Cohen, Morris Ooopar, •• -li rzeeh, Max BeaJitar, A. C. Hiu-. Pox, Samuel Friedland, Jennie Groaalnmr, laadora Hum, Samuel Klpnia, David .t. Light. Hen Marowltl, A .1 Molaaky, Have MaiKulis, l-ouls Merwltzer. Max Orovlta, Maurlo RevitS, 1'hil Kevin, Jacob Rttkin, Ira Rosen, Leonard Roa, ii. IU1.v1m.1ul liuliin. Sevmour liulin Uouli B Rudnlck, I Ian B Ruakln> Hairy Silver, Hen Smerlln*", Joseph P. Stein. Nat W.ildrnan ComnUttM ,.l hoati includes the Meidame* Paj Abtln, Mayer AbramoWitl, William A^ranove, Joseph Apulabau*n, Joaepb Arkln, Joseph Ash, t>orj Auerbach, Abram Baker, Merman Baarh, Mayer A. Raskin, Herbert Ikiunuutrd. Prances Beckerman, Sam J. Belaky, Arm, BerlCQWItl, s.ui, ,n.i Berlant, Theodore Berman, Morris i>n ii, nfiiii. Benjamin Bildner, Uewii B. Boweri Paul Brandwen, Shepard Broad* Jonas J. Hn.iman. Jai Carper, Ben Cohan, A. .Edward Cohen. Joseph Cohen, Morria"Cooper, Jaccli Coaow, Irvlnti % ypen. Sam K. I'.iiu. .s. Joaepb I'en mark. Clara B. Penner, Sam Itorfman, l.. %  Elsenateln, Leon J. Hll. Ren K.-sm. Paul Paske, .n W. Kildman. Batty 1'. Pauar, Marshall N. hetier, Dorothy Krleaer, Fink. Samuel CYankel, sol Kranki I, Slant*) Pt'ehlinct, llenjamin Kiieilmuii. Leo rielvan, linn; Qenat, Morris Qetii' nry Utlbert i iii. Oilier, N'orim, Uladeden. Loiiia (Slasser, George Goldberg, 1.11 Jan Goodman, I'aul rt uoruon, Edward N. iliad. Saiiiuil ilraobaii. lrwin M. Oreene, Mllti n Clreene, KUward UreenHeld. Louis Grossman, Sidney ilruber, Chuek !•". Hall, Samuel J. Halperin, Trudy Hamerschlag, A. .1 Harrla, Max II.. h:. Morris llh.-.h, Si, In, •> Gruber, Manuel Jowloff. Howard Km., Barnard Kats, Max Kolker, Murraj ICoretiCal Kuvena, Ines KIHK>. Leon Kronish, Sairu), i Kuiolt; Xniiuin Ku shin. Snni l.a, hnian. Mo* Langer, Morris I .apiiius, l-ee Lebow, Irving Lehrinan, Samuel <". Levenaon, Isadon Mebhober, Mnx Llpschltz, Joaepb M. Upton, Martin s Lodge, Milton i.nbsvrr, s.iin iMby. iMrorv* M. Malin, l.lllian Mantlet, Ben Markowita, Larry Marks, Milton Mannhelmer, Raron nioui Silver man. Sol SUverman, Harry slmonhoff. Sam Slmonhoff, Milton Sirkin. Harry •Siikln. Louis F. Sni'iman. I.toiiard J. Solomon. Roberl Som.i.-te n. Ralph Speru. N.lhnn Spiegelman, Alfred Stone, Israel Teltch, Philip P. Thau. Harold Thiirnmn. Jack Toppcll. Abraham I. I'alander. Harry Warren, Henr\ n. Wernlck, Leonard A, Wctn, bam wlessel, Harrx Yanlch, Manuel ravetow, Matirloe L ZaretskV, Matih.w Zuckei man liKiblltkea If IB H.rae Owa*< Host Oaarat^ TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN "The Sign of Good Housekeeping' COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK CALL F R 7-1411 artater Miami's Urgtit ExttrmiMfor BONN-(.TTAi—Plans for a new trial of former Naris in mass murders of Jews during the war were disclosed this week in Freiburg. At the same time, the prosecutor of a former concentration camp commander filed an appeal against a Hamburg jury's verdict of acquittal. Freiberg officials said nine former Gestapo members were under arrest in preparation for a trial of a number of such former Nazis on charges of mass slaughter of Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland. They said many witnesses in Wesi Germany and abroad were being questioned for the forthcoming trial. The Hamburg appeal concerned Willi DiMantchoen, the former commandant, who was acquitted of the charge he had driven t suicide Dr. Fritx Solmitx, a Jewish Socialist politician and Lubeck newspaper editor, 1933. A number of Hamburg political and trade union leaders expressed regret that the proceedings against Dusenschoen were not initiated earlier than nearly 30 years aHer Dr. Solmitx killed himself. The Coblenz jury court trying 14 former SS officers on charges of murdering more than 70.000 Jews, Gypsies and Russians during the Nazi occupation of White Russia ruled against a charge by the defense counsel that the presiding judge was biased. George Heuser, the leading defendant in the Coblenz trial, conceded to the court that he felt he was "partly guilty." Heuser, 49. was chief of the Criminal Investigation Department of RhinelandPalatinate until his arrest on the current charges in the summer of 1958. The prosecution charged that Heuser got the police post by forging a record to show his past was clear. 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Page 10-B
*Jewis*florSdiari
Friday, October 26. 1962
$ar JMitzvalt
John Fligelmn
Bar Mitzvah of John David Flig-
( Iiikiii will be observed at South-
west Jewish Center on Saturday
morning, Oct. 27. with Rabbi Maur-
ice Klein officiating.
A student at Palmetto Junior
High, the Bar Mitzvah attends the
Center's Hebrew and religious
schools. His hobbies are motor
mechanics, swimming and football.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Fligel-
man, 12330 Pine Needle In.. So. Mi-
ami, will honor their son at the
Kiddush following the ceremony,
and at a reception in their home
on Sunday at 3 p.m.

Jonathan Seidman
Services at Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Center conducted by Rabbi
David Rosenfeld on Saturday morn-
ing. Oct. 27. will include the Bar
Mitzvah of Jonathan L. Seidman.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seid-
man. the celebrant is a student at
Kinloch Park Junior High.
A reception and dinner at the
Ritz Plaza hotel will be held in his
honor.

Lawrence Rothstein
Lawrence Michael, son of Mr.
and Mrs Fred Rothstein. will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Oct. 27. at Young Israel of Greater
Miami, with Rabbi Sherwin Staub-
er officiating.
A student at North Miami Beach
Junior High. Lawrence studies the
Hatikvah Mizrachi
Installs Officers
Newly-elected officers and board
of directors of the Hatikvah chap
ter. Mizrachi Women, will be in-
stalled at a luncheon at the Ritz
Plaza hotel on Monday noon.
According to Mrs Israel Teitch.
outgoing president, and installation
arrangements chairman, "a most
entertaining and interesting after-
noon has been planned."
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
piano. and is a member of Young
Judaea.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Bar-
celona hotel.

Joel Stein
Temple Judea will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Joel Stein on
Saturday morning, Oct. 27. with
Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating.
Stanley is a student at Ponce rie
Leon Junior High and plays trom-
bone in the school band.
Mr. and Mrs Abraham Stein. 301
Velarde. Coral Gables, "ill host the
Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening
and the Kiddush following Satur-
day services in honor of their son

Sam Vova
Sam. son of Mr. and Mrs Leon-
ard Vova. will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Kmeth Congregation
on Ssturday morning, Oct. n. Rab-i
bi Simon April "ill officiate.
The celebrant is a student in the
congregation's Hebrew school, and
attends North Miami Beach Junior
High He is a member of the Boy
Scouts.
Mr and Mrs. Vova will host tin
Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening,
and also honor their son at a din-
ner in the Royal Hungarian restau-
rant on Saturday evening.
*
Howard Strom
Rabbi Morton Shalowitz will of-
Lawrence Rothstein
John fligelmon
Sam Vova
Jonathan Stiiman
Stanley Stem
One-Man Shn>w Here
Art of Marvin Bloom will be pre-
sented at the Art Unlimited Gal-
lery. 8246 NE 2nd ave from Oct.
27 to Nov. 15. Preview will be
on Oct. 27 from 2 to 5 p.m Works
by the 26-year-old Bloom will be
on exhibit in a one-man show
Gallery director is Warren Soned
Menorah Women's Program
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hold a "member-bring-a-member"
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will tea at the home of Mrs Sol Frank-
;.- ..II the group and tell of the
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of How-
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs Sidnej
Strom, during services Saturday
morning. Oct. 27. at Congregation
Yehudah Moshe.
Howard is a student at North Mi-
ami Beach Junior High, and has
attended Popiel religious school for
s< veral years.
The One:; Shabbat on Friday
evening and a reception following
the ceremon) on Saturday will be
held in honor of the celebrant
*
Jimmie Dresnick
Jimmie. son of Mr and Mrs Solo
man Dresnick, will be Bar Mitzvah
during services conducted by Rab-
bi Norman N Shapiro at Beth Dav-
id on Saturday morning. Oct. 27.
An eighth grade student at Shell-
andoah Junior High. Jimmie plays
the accordion and participates in
sports.
He will be honored at the Kid-
dush following ;i. ceremonv

Stanley Sher
Bar Mitzvah of Stanley Mark
Sher will bo observed on Saturday
morning. Oct. 27. at Temple Sinai,
with Rabbi Daniel Lowy officiat-
ing.
Stanley is an eighth grade stu
dent at Palm Springs Junior High
and is active in the athletic pro-
gram there.
Son ol Mr and Mr- Alfred Sher.
5491 W. 8th ct.. Hialeah. the Bar
Mitzvah will be honored at a re-
ception and buffet m the Temple
lollowing ih< ceremony.
Jan Lederman
Saturdaj morning services, Ocl
27, ,.i Tempi* Zion will include the on Friday evening and
Bar Mitzvah of Jan Lederman, with
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating
Jan i- a:. < ighth grade honor stu-
dent at Wot Miami Junior High,
and plays trumpet in the school
concert land. He pi ins 1
timn bis studies in the 1
confirmation class.
Parents of the celebr
and Mrs Reuben D. Le
will hinor him at the i
il lh< Kid-
dush lollowing the ce nony
Mr. and Mrs William :i Whit-
man and Mr. and Mr-
erman an grandparent'
Mitzvah
Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychiatrist, is shown as he redresses
monthly brunch of Temple Israel's Senior High School De-
partment. Some 100 young men and women attended the
session on teen problems. At the table with Dr. Giibe:'
(left to right) Cantor Jacob G. Bernstein, religious school
tor; Leonard Schwartz, youth advise:: and Dr. Joseph R.
Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel.
various Mizrachi projects he visit-
ed during his recent trip to Is-
rael,
Mr- Alfn rej nal co-
ordinator, will the nation-
held r< cently in New
York.
Mr- Jack '\- lecte i
, : will dm cl airman
ol the afternoon.
Newly-elected officers to be In-
stalled are president, Mrs. Jacob
Katz; honorary president, Mrs, Is-
rael Teitch; vice president. Mes-
dames Morris Bienenleld. Morris
Dubler. Jack Davis, Emma Ratner,
Harry Schwartz: treasurer. Mrs.
Herman; recording secretary, Mrs
Fred Zisquit: financial secretary,
Mrs. F.dna Baer; social secretary.
Mrs Henry Groudan: trustees, Mes-
dames Julius Rosenstein. Sa lie
Bieler and Sally Gold.
Board of directors are Mesdames
cl. 1231 95th St., Bay Harbor Is-
lands, on Wednesday noon. A pro-
gram with members of the Sister-
hood will in- presented by Mrs
Joseph Feldman, program vice
president Mrs Raj Morse is Sis-
terhood president, ami Mr- Ben
Krovetz Is memo* rship \ ic
dent.
There are profits in dreams!
Men's Club
Golf Tourney

Men's Club of Beth David Syna-
gogue will sponsor a golf tourna-
ment on Sunday at Doral Country
Club.
Charles /. Spingarn, a former
president of Beth David Men's club.
i- chairman of this special event
Assisting Spingarn arc Artie Krav-
itz and Sol Dresnick
First tee-off is scheduled for 81
a.m., and groups of four will tic
Louis Adler. Adolf Blank. H Bronf- ()ff everv reven minutes. Prizes
man, Louis Ciment. Jack Ciment. wjl| ,, presented to winners at the
Herman Kisenberg. Jack Fox. Alex- ex, ,,.,,,, ,lf ,*,,, ciub scheduled
ander Gross. Sam Herman, Hyman lor -]U(.M|;iV
Lieherman. Lilly Laster. R. Prot-1
Eel, Olga Putz. Ehas Rosch, Sid-
ney Rubinowitz, Lee Strauss, Jer-
r> Schechter, Abe Seif, Isidore
Spolter. Tibor Stern, and J W'eis-
berg.
So. Beach Men
Launch Program
South Beach Men's Club was to
launch ,ts fall program of event-
this Thursday at the South Beach
Elementary School. Guest speak-
er was to be Dr. Michael L Hor
wits.
The club will hold its annual
night party on Saturday. Nov. 3. at
the Barcelona hotel Guests will
include Circuit Court Judge Will-
iam A. Meadows. Jr. Hal P.
Dekle, George E Schultz. Crimi-
nal Court Judges Gene Williams
.and Jack A. Falk
On Thursday. Nov. 8. the club
will have its annual blood bank
drive, followed by a film explain-
ing the purpose and use of blood.
Einstein Unit
Presents Skits
Albert Einstein group of Hail. -
ah held its annual membership
cheon last Tuesdaj afu moon al
Temple Yehudah Moshe The c'lam-
pagne luncheon was under the sup-
ervision of Mrs. David Dogolofl
Program included humorous skits
directed by Mrs Norman Ly
with Dr. Sam Spira at the piano
Leading role was taken by Mrs
Adolph Jacol -
President of the group ;- Mrs.
Seymour Sherman. Mrs Merle
Litman is membership seen

Emma Lazarus Party
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'rith, Business and Professional
group, will have a "Bunko" party
Tuesday evening at the Jefferson
hotel. Chairmen are Mrs Mae Blum
and Mrs. Doris Lezak.
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Page 14-A fr M ." so choose? Are they oldsters who remained out of inertia and will die away, or are tbey a more vital cross section UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Some Fancy Arab Oratory at the United Nations United Nations HOR MORE THAN three weeks, the General Assembly ground on with, scarcely a peep worth noticing as far as Israel was concerned. Not that Israel was not mentioned. Several of the Arab iepresentative6 had already spoken their pieces in what's called here the "general debate' —the procedure under which Foreign Ministers and other Bigs pronounce the general foreign policies oi their respective governments. Of course Israel was dragged in. And a few other diplomats, mostly from African or other new members, made it their business to say a few nice words hinting that they don't exactly hate Israel. But on the whole, nothing noteworthy had happened—until The Day. Then—the Israel-Arab issues exploded. 1 Ahmed Ben Bella, the dapper Prime Minister of new Algeria, took to the rostrum to deliver the first address on behalf of the new member state. Algeria had just been voted in—becoming the 109th member. Mr. Ben Bella is the gentleman who was quoted some months Capitol Spotlight: B y MILTON FRIEDMAN They Do Identify Washington TWO CONGRESSMEN loomed in %  the just-adjourned 87th Congress as watchmen of Israel who neither slept nor slumbered, initiating between them more than 300 instances of activity on Jewish issues. One was a Democrat, Rep Leonard Farbstein, the other Republican. Rep. Seymour Halpern. Both are of the Jewish faith and represent New York districts. The records of these two Congressmen showed much more activity and effective participation than any other house members. Some Senators, especially those from New York State, were very active on matters of Jewish concern, sometimes with good effect. But the Senators usually delegated responsibility to staff members, and were somewhat less personally or directly involved than representatives Farbstein or Halpern. It appeared that more results were obtained in the House. Representatives Farbstein and Halpern saw as consistent with the national interest a multitude of matters of special concern to Jews. In addition, their records indicated balanced work in other legislative areas. Rep. Halpern. the only Jewish Republican in the House, fought for the U.S. supply of defensive missiles to Israel to the extent that an Assistant Secretary of State spent hours with him one day. The diplomat ran back and forth with Rep. Halpern as he rushed to answer roll call bells. Knowing Rep. Halpern as the stormy petrel of the Near East arms issue, the diplomat was trying to persuade him to let things rest. It was Hep. Halpern's personal letter to President Kennedy, detailing the Arab build-up with Soviet jets and rockets, that elicited the first indication of the decision to supply Hawk missiles to Israel. Earlier in the session. Rep. Halpern had helped persuade President Kennedy to personally raise the anti-Jewish bias question with King Saud when the Saudi Arabian monarch was a White House guesl Rep. Farbstein is the only Congressman ol Jew. jsh faith in either the House or Senate lo serve on the Foreign Aifairs Committee. In that capacity he has displayed great courage and independence. Rep. r;-:-t< %  %  in .-. dramatic juncture in the last -i%  %  ;.. stood against the tide in a masterful address on the House iloor. It was the darkest hour of the Soblen crisis He described the many facel oi the iaining how illogical and unlair it was to single out Israel for one-sided denunciation. His explanation of the Israeli position attract wide attention and helped extricate Israel fr n critical D. It also ad;:ed a dimension ol honor and honesty tc the American stand. ago to the effect that he hoped 100,000 Algerians might be tossed into the Arab pot of witch's brew to help kill Israel Reliable Algerian leaders were embarrassed by his outspokenness-he had made that pledge while visiting Cairo. Now, in the Assembly, Mr. Ben Bella felt compelled to mention his "Arab hre'.hren" again. He vowed solidarity with the "Palestinians." It was a mild mention. But he had made his position clear. 2. Sir Zafrulla Khan, the Moslem-Pakistani president of the Assembly, proved some people were correct when thev feared that, in regard to Arab-Israeli issues, he would show himself as more Moslem than neutral He did not let his detractors down. As soon as Mrs. Gold* Meir. Foreign Minister of Israel, spoke to the Assembly, again urging direct peace talks, up jumped, to exercise "right of reply.'' the Foreign Minister of Jordan. Dr. Azim Nussibeb. He had a prepared script which, obviously, had been written before he had heard Mrs Meir's speech. To say the least about him—he was viciously anti-Israeli. 3. The Jordanian had no sooner got through when Ahmed Shukairy. the loudest barker in the menagerie of Jew baiters, followed through. Shukairy's poison need not be repeated here—we've heard that same speech for many years. But two points must be made: ia) by telling the UN that if the UN does not "settle" the Palestine problem, then "we will do it outside the IN"—he declared war against a member state, against Israel; (b) by sitting there massivly silent, instead of stopping this exhibition of warmongering in the Assembly. Sir Zafrulla showed where he stood. 4. Finally, Dr John H. Davis, commissioner -general of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, chose to issue his annual report on that day The Davis report, too. has been treated in the news dj-patches. and need not be rosummarizcd here. But one must recall one delicious item in that report, an item that may not have been given sufficient emphasis. Among the many things that worry Davis is the fact that UNRWA has carried on its ration rolls—for many years—any number of dead. He had to show that he was "rectifying" the ration rolls. He did. citing some verj fancy figures. But in that section of the report, to back his figures, he referred to some statistics "as indicated in Table 3 of the Annex.' You turn to the Annex, find Table 3 You examine those figures and find further reference to footnote "e." You read that footnote, printed in verj small type And what do you find? You discover that, among the refugees removed from the rolls, were a lot of "miscellaneous" cases. And you find this in the footnote: "The deletion of refugees in Israel from the Agency's records is also reported mainly under this heading 140.930 persons over the period July 1950-July 1953)." Dr. Davis' figures admit various things, among them that a total of 69.482 dead had been removed — 18.600 in the last year alone So there is an admission that there have been many dead on the relief rolls, also that 53,720 names were removed under the category of "false registration and duplication"—albeit only 852 of these chiselers had been caught in the last year. But what about the 40.930 persons? Those were Arab refugees who had been absorbed by Israel. And UNRWA is still claiming credit for their "removal" from the relief rolls—nine years after these "removals" were completed, bv Israel, and not by UNRWA, back in 1953. willing to chance a re-establishment'.' What is i ike tor a Jew in Germany today? In answer to this question, Muhlen did exha stive research on the prevalence of anti-Semitism in Germany tracking down incidents, many of which had ,^-n reported in the world*press with great inaccuracy, rr ting out others unreported. The wide insecurity an g Germans in their "new" relationships with Jews produces he finds, a heightened sensitivity to Jews and thii gg j tw ish, culminating in the fashionable philo-Semi: %  • n now rampant. But Anne Frank pilgrimages and %  imcipal leaning over backward to be more than kind, iv :re than fair, are uncomfortable offerings to Germany's J „ wno rightly understand this as a reverse rather than u eradication of prejudice, and who would prefer to re ct special privileges. It is safer often to be ignored than loved they feel. Of course, the strong leadership of the • ienauer government, whose insistence on reparations a*-ements forms one of the book's most interesting stories, is been the major impetus. But Germany's "new >u--jtypeJews wanted'' has also provoked a desire for Jews tthiciv> is expressed by G e r m a n s in psychological!} K.-cuuar 1 fashion: "They are necessary for us tc Warn tl democratic way of life, just as the Americans need their Negroes." It Is true that Jews often see their m n role as precisely this kind of moral irritant. But it is Grange to find the oyster willingly seeking cut its grain n sand. Or is the oyster finally learning to value pearls? Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ About the Big River ITHE PRESS thiweeK I %  story charging that the presilent of the illustrious Temple Smanu-EI of New York as tolled an apartment en fashionable *ark Avenue because of his -digon. Mississippi ian Indian rori Meaning "the big river." ar.J the b,g river u Prejudice flows every when Th week tin papers earned the storj of re\ Yemen. Th< Jews of Yemen wen treated orse than the Negroes in Mississippi. In Mississippi, while mosl ol the Negroes are sharecroppers, working the larms of others, there are some walking, There wen also archrtecural restrictions No sym was allowed of a height greater than a Moslem house of worship, so the Jews win t< reed t" iw'ki their synagogues in cellars. In many parts of Germany, littl< more than a hundred years ago. Jews were not allowed • %  < sidewalk: and, in Ctariat Russia at th. begin this century, a Jewess to live in any i f the bii cities like St Petersburg had to have a certificate shouinj that she was a loose woman, practicing a forbidden profession Only the immoral Jews were permitted to live in these saintly cities of Hol> Russia, Coming back to Mississippi, during the CW War, there was a gentleman there b> the name of Henry S Foote For a time, he was governor. W had a phobia about Jews. He could not put his w down without seeing a Jew. He was elected to* Confederate Congress and spent halt of his Iin "\'' tacking Jefferson Davis, President ol the Confw eraey, because he had named a Jew. Judah P B f jamin. to his cabinet. Foote always referred Judah F Benjamin a* Judas lscanot lieiijamin. Yet if there was anyone who deserved the nam of the betrayer it was Foote himself Before Civil War was over, Foote took his two feet J" cr. ssed over to the Union side, and till Confed r£, Congress passed a resolution giving Foote the Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Closer Interreligious Contact a Two-Way Street WWITH THE Ecumenical Council now in session, it can be revealed thai some : the Catholic Church in the %  .el states ._ who are participating in the Council session — wore verj much i l set I y ., resolution adopted al a receni i tion of one of the American rah1 ips This resolution strongly having anj Jewish observe • • cal Council Although there was no q i an observer-or one th. a il. was taken as an indicatio nthal Jewish clergymen %  Bh they want the Bcumei -' I Jewish aunt: pmenl of closer Ci I i 0 f the f*l resi iitioi thus strengthene I th< | ents within the E< '' "',', i ki own I i any revision ol ihi l u eii lional attitui i ti ward Jews, it i| %  oup of Church di| i *' oll ine i an v ere ini lined to secun i •in Ecumenical Council in fav< in the Catholic '' vv inch stand now. th. q (l( ^ lews an int< rested ( lltw iitiJ both in the litui ti havi ittle chance of COI Council. Ho %  Ul il may DOS! I anti-Semitisn • ( veil SUCh • ted in thi months of the I „ut a* : otto be sessi 0



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I Tiiday. October 26. 1962 IMW" #; rirrirlii tr Page 11£ Oi/ I i* itf LEGAL NOTICE a K # c s MRS SOPHIE CHUBIN • i;i, (i M .1 ii Bern h, died ii, i u >'• %  "' %  "" f,,m Surviving an twi Hj iIn. i ii lighter* ... K MI Fas Row |., |IJ RllHF. I"" I-!' ''I i. ii .ni.l tu.. great • 'i Hen wen Oct. I! Mi IT ••' I hap* I, Not %  vuEL WEINSTEIN si:: •jni st., die i i let 1 5 lu \. an ago from H k. retired wa tei Hun is if, iju ale; two %  am, a ,n I five grandihlldreii Set v n New V..1K with Beyet Don in i haege. MRS. TESSlE LIGHTER \'VV !i'l i I i-'l "•! 11 i. -. \. II j ear* afro from \ ^ sun ii ing II %  hi i hus. limn, II. Arthur: two \|. S. |v ,i Pl ;.:-'•-ill .illil u Ii HIII Hi I i %  • %  • w-i re Cordon Funeral Home, LOUIS LYONS ,. Hi Washington ave Mil ,.,i |3 II. tame here II from Philadelphia nod i ,.,|, M ,i in He ItU .i I A Id War I, %  M.iM'n and th,. Elk* Surviving KOIH rt, and M % %  '• r. Mrs. Service* wi re %  15 i mi %  ;il Home i 1 \ in hen In hai i riled In I hi %  ui i bj the ab ivi Ii.l I || .. ;...., ii • Ml. plaintiff* 111 I .... Ved herein* ItKHl i:!•: %  .• i iRBH in r V"| %  ... ;.|. .1 VKONOVITZ, SILVER ft lllllll II md %  %  I'Iri mi i 'ourl i.f the .... rid ...... -. %  i i %  i II i %  .II • Miami llih inl .i.i\ .TIIKItMAN %  in-t I• : 1 i I" I'I -I'LL VNII %  III:I: %  %  p'Fmfied, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very rea comfort to all. M, *"'stnci,is,vr )(A are i eal J %  ui. h ill. s, i > were Oel 1* In Ide Memorial Chapel, Douglas I'". LEGAL NOTICE iso I • c UK'!' R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKITY OI\ EN %  hi i mil i i" .1 di i HI' %  • • ngag ;->. undei 'in II titloua nami %  JOCTH FLORIDA AOBNOY at Hog 61 -1922, Miami K1, I loi Ida Inti i, II glsti r said name with the P ,.f the in 'in Pourl of iNiile •"'•" Hi.rlda. PRANK IH.IIM.AS Sole i lw in r that in ,• of nil* Ink nl> II VRS FRIEDA NEWMAN „• %  nil -• ,ii. d (VI li She ...... ago from Ni rvulng .II • daughti r, M.irgi I ulster. n and OIK great LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ... JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLCR'DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 62C M438 \ nd KSTHKIt 111 'SK I \\ \ i 'I I II OK \ ,-. • ,i~ %  NOTICE TO APPEAR ri .i iiai'A \ I'A NTS II N .-' i| I'll "!•' PRINCE .. %  • voluntary m ." i SMITH and M VRi ,Y a* nli II trustee* ol Tin w nut I rlnci Ion, .1 .Ilsst.ll ''l rlatlon i nd I. C ..i VINA SMITH, VII UK VY. husband i.f Mil:!: \ V HI. I the iin..f Tin Wonn •! ., lissolvi : v.. inkinm n to he and ill'u II 1-. i.igrantees and i-rcd•s >u* !. urn INK h> %  • s., hi llllkhi.U n • and II dead their ill il-f. -. legatee* III :•. i -.n.know i. %  II ui %  :.i imlng K III foil vv inill i ItlM BTi IN PARK, acthi I In Hi f. I k i Pngi l iv .I I hi I'.i-u i ni NOT CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 62C 11426 I \i K Wl il il '. I Ma in t If r, CONNIE Wl KID, I', ti nlani SUIT FOR DIVORCE Pi i -i .\ \ I K v\-. II 'I >, ..!•• I'm. Sli. • • ; %  .. I : IVtHCom n \ liereb) notlfli .1 lhal i lllll ,.r Complaint fw Dlvoi-ee ha* • filed .it ilnat you, and you • quired to aervi u eop> of your Anawei .. Plm.ll I till of I nn Ihi plaintiff* Vttorney, MKIA'IN I Ml Ki il K I'iI tog I.N M H, ,, :, 82, i-1. .ri I.I and file the oi Ig• ,i \I:-M • ..: Pleading in ihi .i ihi Clerk of Ihe Pin lit Court on Stl day "f Noi bei. fall to di n Judgini in by di : lull will) b* tak< it againut you ri'llel deman l< 'I In the Hill ni i'i.n plain! i. i..-.. ghall !•• %  publlahed onee ih week fil four I i llvi wei-ke in TIIK .n:\\ isn i'i.' iRHMAN IHNE \M' i ii:l II:UI:I> ^ii Miami, i inia -':'.nl daj "i • %  lolier, AC : i: II I.I:ATHI:I:M A*, cu-rk, %  ••:. lit Conn i '.ni. i "ountj. 1-1 in |tj I' P i 'i il'KI. \ NI i I leputy l "l. %  : k MKI.VIN I MI'K' 'IK I'i. Kux i • N M .. ill Hi ach • l la ,\ioi m %  for I "... ;II %  .•>;. 11 2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11184 I.KNWl 'i il' w IRE \H Plain• M \i;.; \I:I:T M \H\ r"RE v.11, i, da i • SUIT FOR DIVORCE i Mai :i el Man Pr< aa : .:-.ini Avi nue K ixl "range, New J< i -• ) V.,ii. -.' irgarel Ma rj Pri .' -. ai • ii. reliy notlfli .1 thai a Hill ol I '"i" plninl fi r IMi ore* haa hi • n flh d agaln> I you, and > ou are i. quired in ., \. op> i>f ^ .-ui Vnewer or Plead • ,. tii. mil nf Complaint on thi ntlffa .ittorney. Hlleri K Sllxi r%  i \i. :: %  : I'.ilyni Rulfdliig, Miami :_ %  II... |R HI.I rile thi orlglnul \n n-er oi II ili. offli i.f 11" Clerk ni the On nil I' .'in on or hi •..,. Hi,, r.nii : i. n| Sovembei 1*62 I fail • • do ', ludgmi nl h> di %  bi taken agalnal Hi,. .iini li. HIII ..I linl : hi puhllahed Itlve Week* UK IK l.-M I' I OnilH \N [MINE VNI> i'lll'i:i:i:i' al Miami. •.. %  AM r |i I.KATHERM \N %  %  • • %  %  • i 1.1. .. :ir Kli i id |!> K I.VMAN I .. .,ii \ i 'i. i k HII.KHY !•' SII.VEItM \s U-112 I \l 12, liirida : : i '., 1" t • 'I U KI @Hftout Q/lfoo MOCOWM MO 1-7693 NOTICE BY PUBLIC*T,ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7056 %  i\ VI. i IRP .1 WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, \> BAR I, Kl ISE W 11.1,1 A.MS. I i. fl II.lallt SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PEARL Id WE \\ II.I.IAMS 106 Brooka Street Kaal Hoaton, Mnaaarhuai 11 v..u. PEARL, ROSE WILLIAMS, are hi n b) notified thai a mil of <"omplalnl for Divorce haa been filed against you, and you are required to %  in., a o.p\ of (.an Anawi i .a Pleading t.. the Hill %  •( I'nmplalnt on the PlalntlfTa attorney, LEWIS v COHEN, 115(1 8.W Klcal Street, Suite L'IIT, Miami ::•:. Florida and file the original Inswer or Pleading In the office nf the Plerk "f the Plrcull Pourl mi or before the 5th daj if November, 1962. If you fall to do BO judgment b) default will bi taken agalnal you for the relief demanded Il ih, Hill i.f i -..-111.1. mt This notice ahall be published onem eai li i k I %  conai cutli e weeka in Till: JEWISH I'M Hill 'I \ N 1" INE \NI' IRDBRI l' at Mia Ida, Ihla 1st daj ol i %  tober, A l> E I: LE vT'li'KM W Clerk, • I 'oil! I, II II %  It) I" "1 •'' li-' I !• I'I IRELAND 1 w.-' 'lerk LEWIS K I'HIIKN >v |m SI Sal' i -'"7 PR ... m 10.5-12-19-26 LEGO.L NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PERRY BELMONT FRANK Una in • sm-f.-nl. died let 13 He i..Hie here 11 yeara ago rum Vew Y< ik Surviving are his A if... i'i.-is. Ron, Perrj H JI and >.. grandchildren Bervlcea were :.; a Rlverelde Memorial t*hapel, Vlton rd MRS. REBECCA LUBIN SO, nl 77S N\v nth ave., died Oct. 14. Shi came here 11 yearavkgo from New York. Surviving are l aona Mi v .1 nl Marvin: a Imilher and five tramlchlldren. Service* Were In Nev. \.-„ with itiv.isi.le Memorial Chattel in haige NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY UIVEN that Ihi undersigned, desiring to engage In del ih,. fictitious name of 'K'S I S|.|i CARS at ...::.. %  "|'I1 I'' I. I 11 %  _• li \\.", \ I;,HI|,N. ii,,, Ida intend* rei later ~.,i.i nami with the clerk nl the Plrcull Court of Dade County Ploi .I UEl 'li'.i: Dt'NNIOAN Si ile i iwner .1. DAVID MKH.M \N Attorney for A| pleanl in :'•;. 11 :'-:.-ii! NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that [he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under Ihe fictitious name of DEW DROP INN al 7S01 NW 2Tth Ale. .Miami. Fla inl.mis to register sail name with the Clerk of the Or. nit Court of Dade County, Florida IDA KKIN.MAN Soli i HI in i KKSM.KIt \fJARS Alt.. i II. fill Vpplil ant >\\ !%  Street l" •-'•:. 11 •.'-:•-!!; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52489-B IN RE: Estate nf ALVIN KORMAN KNOWLES deceased NOTICE OF INTENTI.-N TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE Nl ITU "K ihen by gh en that I haVi nli .1 mi I'mai R,.|Hirl and Petition foi 1 % %  Ibutlon and Klnal I 'is. harm Vdmlnistralor % %  < Ihi estate ..Alvln hot-man Knowles, deceased and that on ili. M nli day nf N nher, l62. "ill apply In Ih* Honorable Cuntv Piidgi .a Dade Counts Florida, foi appi oval nf said Kit al I:. ; • i an.I for distribution and final dlschargi ai Vdmlnlstral f ihi estate %  •! Ihe ibovi -nami .1 d< %  edem This IMII das of i ictobi r, 1962 MNSI.EE i: I ERDIE Adinlnlsl rat' >r \ INSLEE I! I ERDIE Minn • 17X2 Wesl hlaglei St. Mum: I." Florida 1" 26, ll '.'-!i-l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11470 THE I i'H.I.Alt SAVINOS HANK 'I NEW VURK I'ITY I'lalntlff, \ H. NORMAN EARL VAN ORDER and ELSIE M VAN ORDER liis wife, and FIRST NATIONAL HANK • •I MIAMI I lefen.I.I Ills NOTICE OF SUIT In NORMAN EARL VAN ORDEH and ELSIE M VAN ORDER. his Wife Til Montgomers St Syracuse, New York Von are herebs notified lhal the il.i.v. .aptn.ned action has been In%  tltuted agalnal you in the Circuit Court nf the Eleventh Judicial Circuit i.i Florida In and for Dade Counts tn foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real properts l...i S, Block 71. Carol Pity, Second Addition, according to the plat Ihereol r rded In flat Book •;". al liaga "s, Sheet I. ,.f the ouliHc n corda "i Hade County, Florida, togelhi i nli ih. foi nw nm m in..i propel11 whli-h .in liH-ated In and permanently Installed as a part ..f ili. inipr..' in. nis ..n said land •: I' Garbage Hlsposal PA5H8R, u R lt.-:i IK • ratoi l.w 11. i; i: i. in i iven and Rangi i %  i and l % %  '. \ %  m Han Hlinda and TraviMsi Roda Two 12) Till. n.-I. ..-in, Vi.ii .. i • i, MA i: TIN FINE, I nil I I '.,.1. I edi i.il Rldg Miami 32, I iia not litii i li.ui Novembei or a I'. i • I 'i.. • 'onfesso a ill hi n lered against you l inn .1 i i. lobei i I I".K li I EATHERM VN i.i I, I.I i he %  it. mt i 'ourl i ..li Bj K \l I.Y.MAN l'. put) ierk M \ Iff IN PINK Attoi IL v for Plaintiff nth H....i :• %  !• i-..i. ral Bldg, Miami 12 Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NA4HE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under i h* i.. •. JIMMY HESTRO, PURS a' :•.;:. Lincoln Road, Miami I'.. I, h. I li ii. la Intend* i" register aald name wlih the 'I. ik ..i the in nit Com i of l >ade County, Florida. JIMMY DESTRI ANOELO \l.l Attorney for Applicant in 12-19-26, il NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, des ring to engage In I business under the fictitious name of CARPET TOWN at :':'" N.W 7th Ave. Miami, l-'la an.) elsewhere ill Dade Co., Fla., Intends to reglstet snld name with the Clerk of the iir. nlt Court of Dad* County, Florida i "ARPET TOWN, INC. By: George UghthaJI, President V ROBERT CARLISLE Attorney for Applicant 20 8. E Flral Vven %  Miami 32, Ploi Ida I" 26, II 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREH1 OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan. of CHEZ ZH'N'.Ni: ni S870 S.W 186 Terrace, Miami .7. Plorlda Intenda to register said name with thi Clerk of Hi. Circuit Corn of I adi • 'iMinty, Florida. MARILYN SHl'PACK Sole 'w n.-r JIM M 1" IN \'.H \ Homes for Applii ant II • N Kn.iii.. Ai. 11, .II i. ad in 26, II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7651 THE WILLIAMKBI'ROH SAVINOS HANK. Plaintiff. I •' I.N \ i.i i K I 'I 'I'. a single III in, and BETTY la il' I" DD, a slngli woman, and la il'ISE P It' >SS i.. f, ndants NOTICE OF SUIT TI • BETTY I.i il" I" IIID, RESIDENCE CNKNOWN, and ih. unknown spouse "f aald defendant if married and alive, and II said defendant is dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustee* or other claimant* claiming by, thr-.imh unit, i re as., nsl any of the above named defendant* who at • %  ii • > ased V,..i IK hereby notified lhal Ihe above raplloned a. nun lias been Instituted agalnal you In the Circuit c.iirt .f the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dadi County to forecloei mortgage upon the following described real property: I .a 23 Block 62. Ni iRWt KJI Ith Al 'I UTIt IN, ai "' ding '" tinPlat thereof, recorded In Plai Book '.7 at Page 91 of th. Public Records of Hade County. Florida, together with v. n. t i.i II Blinds You are required to file your anawet ii. plaintiff'* complaint ith the ii. rk <>f the aforesaid Court, and %  m. A cop) thereof upon plaintiff* attornes MARTIN rINE, nth Floor Hade Federal Bldg., Miami t:' i n..t later than Noi .nil., r 28, a Oecree Pro Confesso .inl be entered against you, IIATBP bei -i. 1962 K l: LEATHBRMAN i i. rk .a th. circuit • 'ourl i-..,l. Hj N A MEW ETT, i ieput> cu-rk \i VRTIN FINK %  \ foi linlni i ith i. Hudi I edcial II Miami ::_'. Florida 1" 36, II 2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10742 (Pearson | is,; |.| -.vs., i\ ||; .,\,i • Veil III I'i.. : %  f the t 'mt.-ii state* nl \ nn I-., i nd his • i .. ii .tiii • and inoi ..--ii.n-. i 'la ntlfi \ s I:AI en i \i V.NI'I.I. \ md \ i" \ MAN El.I.A I let. ndai NOTICE OF SUIT Ti l: il.l'll I M VNEL1. \ ami VEDA MANEI : \ III* %  "• living in; said Iii i ui In ihi ..... nd all li .11,1. I '.I .i-';i :?.-! ihi'SI I '. '. II.lalll s w host I ill ARE IIEREHi NOTIFIEH lhal ha* I., en lir 'light again* Iii i s lil.EASON .11: ..\ ffali-s, an Officer "f ih.%  im %  %  lea ol A met lea ami his SII. I'CSSOI H in siicl -1 and hi* in Ihelt .i -us. in i hi aboi %  entitled Court, t.. foreclosi .. mortgage encumbering the following des• I .hell prop, M. '.. Wit Lot I, Block 17. nl FIRST Al'l'lTH IN 'li CARi 'I. ITi mi ordlng in the plat Hi. ded In Plal Hook 60, .ii pagi w. a\ Ihe publii i ....nis ..f i lade '..niit |. Ihii Ida ami you are required t.. file youi answ r II iih i he '' : 1. nl thi "In Ull Court of Hade Counts', Florida, al the Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on oi before Novembei 88, IMS, ami t.. s.i\, ., cops -a such answer upon MYERS rIElMAN, KAPLAN and %  ITi M \ N Plaintiff* anil II..-. address iEleven Flfts Building, II a' .; w First Street, Miami 36, I lorlda, nn ni before said ttati aa reTin • .1 in the laws "t Ilorlda II you fail to ih. so, ih.complaint will be ;.ik. n .i. ..in, ssed hi i ou and a I le. i.-.Pi Ponfessn .. ill hi against yon f,.i Ihi n I in tli mplalnl I' \ii:i i ihla !4th dai ol %  loin i %  E. H I ,I:A i'H i i; \i i \ i i.i k of the II t l iad< i '..HII; v i..ilia B) N \ HEM E iT. I'eplll.l Hi liiian. Kaplan and I al~iii.ui i • %  Flfts Building II s \\ First Rtri i I Maun: 1 26, 11 J-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERERY 'il^ BN al the undersig ed, desiring l< engage in busim ndet the fictltli is name of i;\Vs i :ii:s f • ii'irsr ..• 67 West i.i street Hiali ih Inti nd to reglatei -.. .. %  ..in.. Ith he lerk ol the Circuit 'ourl "i i lade i "o mt) F Ida. PHILIP J RAT LENA K RAY ARi NOVITZ, SILVER %  •. SCHER Attuineya for Appllcanl* KIIT Am.-:. Building Miami 32, Florida 19-26 i i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that i ihe underalgned, desiring t" engage in business under thi fictitious name* of I.;. Flora Hotel, I.i Mora Apartments ami I.a Flora Motel at 1238 Collins Avenui Miami Beach, Florida Intends t., register aald names with the Cleric of the Circuit C i • %  Dade County, Florida I I Ili 'It A IH iTKI. i IRP a Florida %  "oi p B) Edward Schwartz, President HENRY A KAMI' Aii..! ne) for l-a l-l.•! a Hotel 1" 26, 11 2-8-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, desiring '" engage in business under the fictitious num.of Mm -Webb Men* Shop and Oolden Oati Shop at IS' ollln* \i enue In Hade County, Florida ntend t" reglatei till said nami with Ihe Clerk of ihe 'V. ni ''• in ol Hadi County, Florida. Dated al Miami Beach, Florida, this >•• ilai ol Octi i" • 1962 IRVINO M KBEKM VN LILLIAN VVEHBRM '• N Ki iVNKR .v MANNHE1MER in... n. i for Appllciints I" 26 11 2-9 16 IN THE CIROUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J U DICI A L C I RCU IT OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10667 THE W l l.l.l VMRRPROH SAVINOS BANK, Plaintiff, vs. PINLEY JONES ii isti • Bankruptcy, WILLIAM E ORIFFIN and ARDELLA 'M'.ll-iIN i* u ifi HWAVNi: I. NYKAMP and MARY E. NYKAMP hiwife, VICTOR VAKILESKI and lli.M \ V \sll.EsKl Ins wif.. and HOME MILK EMPLOYEES FEDERAL CREDIT I'NION and nil-: r NIT El i STATES OF 'M ERICA I •••f.-nilaiits NOTICE OF SUIT TO WII.I.IAM i-: (SRIFFIN and \ltOEI LA i IRIFF1N, hiw if. RESIIIENCE IN'K.Ni iWN I W A YN E I. N YK A M P a nil M VI'. V E N VK A Ml' Ins Wife, RESIDENCE CNKNOWN il alive and If dead, the unknown li. irs. devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, crejdltors, trustee* or other clalmartta claiming by. tin,.nuh iinih r .t •':• i nsi any of the above named defendant* who .,.. deci as..I. You are herebs notified that the above captioned action has been Instituted agalnal vou In the Circuit Court "f the ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit ..f Florida in and for DADE li.'inii t. foreclose a nortgagi' upon 'the following described real property: l...t 1".. Block .7 FIRST AM'ITluN ii. CAROL CITY, according to the Plal il rded In Plal Hook •ai ni i %  ih< liililie Records ..f l >:,,i. i 'ounl.i. Florida You lulled t.. file your an-w.i III plaint fl iplalnl with the ,-|. rk .a ih. d Court, and -• thereof ipon plaintiffs Iti.rnei \l VRTIN FINE. Mth Fl Dud. Federal Bldg Miami :::'. Florida not lali r than Noi • 1962 or a 1 1 i %  -.. Confesso will be enti I • -i agl msl I..II Haled 'i loh< : %  %  '. E H I.I" VTHERM \ N • i.i k ..f ihi 'in in i 'ourl • n i P ri 'l'i:;.ANi • l ;. • .. \l VRTIN FINK \i % % %  n. -.Iia Intil I Ith Iloot I indi I-'di %  M .inn ;.' l-i"! i I ;-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1102b .1 I K ISL I K Mi IRTt: V'H-' i -i IRPI ill \ I'H IN OF I ..' IRI1 • I. Plaintiff, I \ k Mi ill iN.I IRS. JACK McMONAH • .iml .1 VMES REYNi ILI >S. 1 1 '.%  '.. %  la NOTICE OF SUIT ii' .1 VMES IIK> II EMI iKNi I" INK Ni i\\ \ .: ,.\\ ii npousi ol -a Id il.'rrii nd allvi and II ndant la dead, tin unknown heirs, devisees, granIre* ......... ii. ii. rs, eieditors, i nsi., ..r I hi i i I.i i ii ia nis la i m Ing i" ihro gh, under or against am ..: th. ubnvt named defends ni s who ai • .I. .i aed I o i an hi ii b) notified that the abovi capl loni i ai lion haa i" en In stltuted against you In the Circuit Court "' the Eleventh Judicial CIr cull "f Florida In and for Dade Counts to foreclose a mortgage upon ttve following described real properts Lot v. in Block 14, of IVES B)8 i'ATKS SECTION Koiit. according lo ihi Plal tin reol aa ri corded In lial Book '•". ai Pag* 7* of the Public Record* ..f Dade Pountj, Florida You are i equlri il lo fill s*out an •M.i :.. plaint Iff* complnlnl with the Plerk ol ihsforesald Court, ami ,i cops ihereol upon plaint iff'-. attorm > M VRTIN IINI:. i ith Floor. I I.I le Fedi 'a Bldg Miami 12, Fl not latei than Novembei 19, 1962 or a 1 1 ... r. Pro Confesso iv ill be • ni. i. ,i agalnal j Hated October i: i: LI VTHERM VN Clerk of the Cli 1 i '..art iseal) By K M LI M VN lieputi "let k MARTIN KINK Attorm i for li.It nth 1 aj itl.Ig. Miami St, l-i. %  %  11/2,9


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Browsing With Books: Bv HIIARY MINPIIN
Who are the Jews of Germany Who Chose to Return?
THE SURVIVORS. A Report on th J*ws in Germany
Today. By Norbort Muhlen. With an Introduction by
Hans Kohn. 228 pp. New York: Thomas Y. Crowetl
Company, 201 Park Avo. So. S3.95.
CORTY-THOUSAND Jews live in Germany today. They
represent less than a tenth of the size of Germany's
Jewish population in 1933. which stood, mostly in the
upper middle class, 530.000 strong. Yet forty-thousand
is still a number which staggers the imagination of any-
one who wonders why even one Jew would wish to live
in. the country of his tears, among his terrorists.
German-born veteran reporter Norbert Muhlen has
visited Germany every year since 1948. talking wilh Jews,
Nazis and Germans. His presentation of what he calls an
interim" report on the status of Germ"n-'rwl*h J.f"'
eration is a remarkable document in human relations^
Whether it suggests the foolhardmess of human endeavor
or whether it is an outline of foresighted courage is one
of the few questions wtdetr Mr. Muhlen does not try to-
answer; for this one. he says, he simply doesnt know.
For this one, he says, one can only hope.
But the other questions and their detailed answers
come thick and fast in the author's clear, steady style,
which tnrns even statistics into fascinating reading Who
are the Jews who chose to return, and why did the> so
choose? Are they oldsters who remained out of inertia
and will die away, or are tbey a more vital cross section
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Some Fancy Arab Oratory at the United Nations
United Nations
HOR MORE THAN three weeks, the
* General Assembly ground on with,
scarcely a peep worth noticing as far as
Israel was concerned. Not that Israel
was not mentioned. Several of the Arab
iepresentative6 had already spoken their
pieces in what's called here the "general
debate'-the procedure under which
Foreign Ministers and other Bigs pronounce the general
foreign policies oi their respective governments. Of course
Israel was dragged in. And a few other diplomats, mostly
from African or other new members, made it their busi-
ness to say a few nice words hinting that they don't exactly
hate Israel. But on the whole, nothing noteworthy had
happeneduntil The Day. Thenthe Israel-Arab issues
exploded.
1 Ahmed Ben Bella, the dapper Prime Minister of
new Algeria, took to the rostrum to deliver the first ad-
dress on behalf of the new member state. Algeria had
just been voted inbecoming the 109th member. Mr.
Ben Bella is the gentleman who was quoted some months
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
They Do Identify
Washington
TWO CONGRESSMEN loomed in
the just-adjourned 87th Con-
gress as watchmen of Israel who
neither slept nor slumbered, initi-
ating between them more than 300
instances of activity on Jewish is-
sues.
One was a Democrat, Rep Leon-
ard Farbstein, the other Republican. Rep. Seymour
Halpern. Both are of the Jewish faith and repre-
sent New York districts. The records of these two
Congressmen showed much more activity and effec-
tive participation than any other house members.
Some Senators, especially those from New York
State, were very active on matters of Jewish con-
cern, sometimes with good effect. But the Senators
usually delegated responsibility to staff members,
and were somewhat less personally or directly in-
volved than representatives Farbstein or Halpern.
It appeared that more results were obtained in the
House.
Representatives Farbstein and Halpern saw as
consistent with the national interest a multitude of
matters of special concern to Jews. In addition,
their records indicated balanced work in other legis-
lative areas.
Rep. Halpern. the only Jewish Republican in
the House, fought for the U.S. supply of defensive
missiles to Israel to the extent that an Assistant Sec-
retary of State spent hours with him one day. The
diplomat ran back and forth with Rep. Halpern as
he rushed to answer roll call bells. Knowing Rep.
Halpern as the stormy petrel of the Near East arms
issue, the diplomat was trying to persuade him to
let things rest.
It was Hep. Halpern's personal letter to Presi-
dent Kennedy, detailing the Arab build-up with So-
viet jets and rockets, that elicited the first indica-
tion of the decision to supply Hawk missiles to
Israel.
Earlier in the session. Rep. Halpern had helped
persuade President Kennedy to personally raise the
anti-Jewish bias question with King Saud when the
Saudi Arabian monarch was a White House guesl
Rep. Farbstein is the only Congressman ol Jew.
jsh faith in either the House or Senate lo serve on
the Foreign Aifairs Committee. In that capacity
he has displayed great courage and independence.
Rep. r;-:-t< in .-. dramatic juncture in the
last -i- ;.. stood against the tide in a masterful
address on the House iloor. It was the darkest hour
of the Soblen crisis He described the many facel
oi the iaining how illogical and unlair it
was to single out Israel for one-sided denunciation.
His explanation of the Israeli position attract
wide attention and helped extricate Israel fr n
critical D. It also ad;:ed a dimension ol
honor and honesty tc the American stand.
ago to the effect that he hoped 100,000 Algerians might be
tossed into the Arab pot of witch's brew to help kill Is-
rael Reliable Algerian leaders were embarrassed by his
outspokenness-he had made that pledge while visiting
Cairo. Now, in the Assembly, Mr. Ben Bella felt com-
pelled to mention his "Arab hre'.hren" again. He vowed
solidarity with the "Palestinians." It was a mild men-
tion. But he had made his position clear.
2. Sir Zafrulla Khan, the Moslem-Pakistani president
of the Assembly, proved some people were correct when
thev feared that, in regard to Arab-Israeli issues, he would
show himself as more Moslem than neutral He did not let
his detractors down. As soon as Mrs. Gold* Meir. Foreign
Minister of Israel, spoke to the Assembly, again urging
direct peace talks, up jumped, to exercise "right of re-
ply.'' the Foreign Minister of Jordan. Dr. Azim Nussibeb.
He had a prepared script which, obviously, had been writ-
ten before he had heard Mrs Meir's speech. To say the
least about himhe was viciously anti-Israeli.
3. The Jordanian had no sooner got through when
Ahmed Shukairy. the loudest barker in the menagerie of
Jew baiters, followed through. Shukairy's poison need not
be repeated herewe've heard that same speech for many
years. But two points must be made: ia) by telling the
UN that if the UN does not "settle" the Palestine problem,
then "we will do it outside the IN"he declared war
against a member state, against Israel; (b) by sitting there
massivly silent, instead of stopping this exhibition of
warmongering in the Assembly. Sir Zafrulla showed where
he stood.
4. Finally, Dr John H. Davis, commissioner -general
of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Pales-
tine Refugees, chose to issue his annual report on that
day The Davis report, too. has been treated in the news
dj-patches. and need not be rosummarizcd here. But one
must recall one delicious item in that report, an item that
may not have been given sufficient emphasis.
Among the many things that worry Davis is the fact
that UNRWA has carried on its ration rollsfor many
yearsany number of dead. He had to show that he was
"rectifying" the ration rolls. He did. citing some verj
fancy figures. But in that section of the report, to back
his figures, he referred to some statistics "as indicated in
Table 3 of the Annex.'
You turn to the Annex, find Table 3 You examine
those figures and find further reference to footnote "e."
You read that footnote, printed in verj small type And
what do you find? You discover that, among the refugees
removed from the rolls, were a lot of "miscellaneous"
cases. And you find this in the footnote: "The deletion of
refugees in Israel from the Agency's records is also re-
ported mainly under this heading 140.930 persons over the
period July 1950-July 1953)."
Dr. Davis' figures admit various things, among them
that a total of 69.482 dead had been removed 18.600 in
the last year alone So there is an admission that there
have been many dead on the relief rolls, also that 53,720
names were removed under the category of "false regis-
tration and duplication"albeit only 852 of these chiselers
had been caught in the last year. But what about the
40.930 persons? Those were Arab refugees who had been
absorbed by Israel. And UNRWA is still claiming credit
for their "removal" from the relief rollsnine years
after these "removals" were completed, bv Israel, and
not by UNRWA, back in 1953.
willing to chance a re-establishment'.' What is i ike tor
a Jew in Germany today?
In answer to this question, Muhlen did exha stive re-
search on the prevalence of anti-Semitism in Germany
tracking down incidents, many of which had ,^-n re-
ported in the world*press with great inaccuracy, rr ting
out others unreported. The wide insecurity an g Ger-
mans in their "new" relationships with Jews produces
he finds, a heightened sensitivity to Jews and thii gg jtw'
ish, culminating in the fashionable philo-Semi: n now
rampant. But Anne Frank pilgrimages and imcipal
leaning over backward to be more than kind, iv :re than
fair, are uncomfortable offerings to Germany's J wno
rightly understand this as a reverse rather than u erad-
ication of prejudice, and who would prefer to re ct spe-
cial privileges. It is safer often to be ignored than loved
they feel.
Of course, the strong leadership of the ienauer
government, whose insistence on reparations a*- -ements
forms one of the book's most interesting stories, is been
the major impetus. But Germany's "new >u--jtype-
Jews wanted'' has also provoked a desire for Jews tthiciv>
is expressed by G e r m a n s in psychological!} K.-cuuar1"
fashion: "They are necessary for us tc Warn tl demo-
cratic way of life, just as the Americans need their
Negroes." It Is true that Jews often see their mn role
as precisely this kind of moral irritant. But it is Grange
to find the oyster willingly seeking cut its grain n sand.
Or is the oyster finally learning to value pearls?
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
About the Big River
ITHE PRESS thi- weeK
I story charging that the presi-
lent of the illustrious Temple
Smanu-EI of New York as to-
lled an apartment en fashionable
*ark Avenue because of his -dig-
on.
Mississippi i- an Indian rori
Meaning "the big river." ar.J the
b,g river u Prejudice flows every when Th
week tin papers earned the storj of re\
Yemen. Th< Jews of Yemen wen treated orse
than the Negroes in Mississippi. In Mississippi,
while mosl ol the Negroes are sharecroppers, work-
ing the larms of others, there are some their own farms. In Yemen, no Jews wire permit-
ted to own land or become farmers
Thus, .lews were not allowed the healthy ex-
ercise of the muscles that terming entails To off-
set that, ni Jews in Yemen were permitted rldt
a hor-<. si they get exercise b> walking, There
wen also archrtecural restrictions No sym
was allowed of a height greater than a Moslem
house of worship, so the Jews win t< reed t" iw'ki
their synagogues in cellars.
In many parts of Germany, littl< more than a
hundred years ago. Jews were not allowed "<
sidewalk: and, in Ctariat Russia at th. begin
this century, a Jewess to live in any i f the bii cities
like St Petersburg had to have a certificate shouinj
that she was a loose woman, practicing a forbidden
profession Only the immoral Jews were permitted
to live in these saintly cities of Hol> Russia,
Coming back to Mississippi, during the CW
War, there was a gentleman there b> the name of
Henry S Foote For a time, he was governor. W
had a phobia about Jews. He could not put his w
down without seeing a Jew. He was elected to*
Confederate Congress and spent halt of his Iin"\''
tacking Jefferson Davis, President ol the Confw
eraey, because he had named a Jew. Judah P Bf"
jamin. to his cabinet. Foote always referred
Judah F Benjamin a* Judas lscanot lieiijamin.
Yet if there was anyone who deserved the nam
of the betrayer it was Foote himself Before
Civil War was over, Foote took his two feet J"
cr. ssed over to the Union side, and till Confedr,
Congress passed a resolution giving Foote the
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Closer Interreligious Contact a Two-Way Street
WWITH THE Ecumenical Council now in
session, it can be revealed thai some
: the Catholic Church in the
.el states ._ who are participating in
the Council session wore verj much
i l set I y ., resolution adopted al a receni
i tion of one of the American rah-
1 ips This resolution strongly
having anj Jewish observe
' cal Council Although there was no q i
an observer-or one th.
a il.
' was taken as an indicatio nthal Jewish clergymen
Bh they want the Bcumei
' -' I Jewish aunt:
pmenl of closer Ci I i 0f the f*l
resi iitioi thus strengthene I th< |
ents within the E< '' "',',
. i ki own I i any revision ol ihi l u eii
lional attitui i ti ward Jews, it i| -
oup of Church di| i *' oll ine i
an v ere ini lined to secun i
in Ecumenical Council in fav<
in the Catholic '' vv inch
stand now. th. q "(l( ^
lews an int< rested ( lltwiitiJ
both in the litui ti
- havi ittle chance of COI
Council. Ho
Ul il may DOS! I
anti-Semitisn
( veil SUCh
ted in thi months of the I '
ut a*
: otto be
sessi0"



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I'.#' ftrridliTir Friday, Cc'ober 26, %  A Fond GOP Dream By MAX LERNER Yoselle's Uncle Does an About-Face The day Gen Eisenhower came to Boston was the day the money, half a million of it, flowed into George Cabot Lodge's starved coffers, hut it also was the clay the money leaked out, Ike got a big ovati >n but the luckless Republicans suffered an ironic reverse when almost a hundred thousand dollars of the dinner money in cash and checks was rifled from an office sate Just when Eisenhcwer was telling the Bostonians th:it the Democrats had bungled the Berlin wall and bungled the Cuban Communist base and were letting the country trickle* through their fingers some persons unknown .hopefully not Russians) got clean away with thenhaul <>t the Republican money The moral i> Make sure your safe is secure before you talk ol the nation's security being in unsafe hands Nevertheless there is a revival oi Republican hopes across the continent from California to Pennsylvania Eisenhower has been thrust forward to raise the standard tor Republicans to rally around Where previously he had attacked the Kennedy brain trusters for their youth and brashness, his Boston speech took more crucial ground against the Democrats by attacking President Kennedy's foreign policy and also his brother Teddy On neither issue can George Lodge hope to win Massachusetts against the President and his brother, The Republicans hope at best to get some ammunition from the "dynasty" issue for their campaign ID other states. It is the foreign policy attack which furnishes the last best hope for the Republican strategists During the eight years on his own Administration, Eisenhower >aid. "No walls were built, no threatening foreign bases were established." The cue is clear The Berlin wall and the Russian base in '"uba will be the powerful.Republican argument in every election contest of importance across the nation. Tlie Republican dream is that its party leaders and candidates %  cill be able to attack the Kennedy Administration on Berlin and especially on Cuba without having to think up a program of action diff%  rent from the President's on either issue. They know that the country is aroused over Cuba. They also know, however, that the country iagainst intervention or a blockade which could bring war. They hold the dream of every party OUl of power — that of being in a position to alack without any responsibility for action. They are up against a skillful political tactician in President Kennedy, who feels most exhilarated when he is campaigning and knows how to lay a trap for his opponents. Kennedy has of course been affirming what his Administration has done on the great domes tic problems But he must know how vulnerable he is on Cuba. In his important speech at Indianapolis, against Sen Capehart. he lashed Out at those self-appointed generals and admirals who want to send someone else's sons to war." The signs are clear that he is hoping to tempt the Republicans into declaring themselves the war party on Cuba, while he himself wants to occupy high ground and claim for the Democrats the position of the peace party — at least on Cuba today. 1 don't think he is going to get •my takers, at least not from the Eisenhower wing of the Republicans Thus both political generals arcmaneuvering carefully. Eisenhower hinting that the (."uba policy is soft without actually coming out for a hard policy which might mean war. while Kennedy wants to get theadvantage of a peace position today without committing himself iboul i long range polit j 1 suspect, however, that President Kennedy is less worried about the Stand the Republicans will take than about the candidates who urill emerge from these elections lo make a bid for the Presidential nomination in 1JH>4. The four most discussed candidates, reading from west to east, .re \ixon of California Romney of Michigan, Scranton of Pennsylvania, and Rockefeller Of New York The last is running for reelection .~ Governor, the other three for their first term as Governor, Romney and Scranton are largely sticking to State issues, Rockefeller tries to steer clear of a national issue like the Kenedy policy in the Meredith ase but can scarcely stay awaj from foreign policy, and Nixon is back at his old Chotiner stand with his talk of Gov Brown being '"soft" on Communism Suppose the unexpecU I ->ere to happen: Suppose all four of the Republican Presidential hopefuls were te come through with victories Rockefeller's is certain. Romney's looks like a pretty sure thing, Scranton sems to has.'he edge on Dilworth, and Nixon is pulling tven with Brown If all four came through the Republican.would be in for a lively two years of internal party mayhem and murder As for Preside tit Kel 1 doubt whether Incirrmuch one way or another about Scranton But he would like to cut down Rocke feller's margin of victory and help defeat Romney, because either of them would be a forceful opponent He would doubtless enjoy another campaign agair.>t Nixon and would lick him easily But I don't see the Republicans in the mood to give such a benefaction to their formidable Democratic opponent YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED W can answer your phone in your own name. Less than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. 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Page 10-B Friday, October 26. 1962 K [$ ar ^SVLitzvah John Fligelman Bar Mitzvah of John David Fligelman will be observed at Southwest Jewish Center on Saturday morning, Oct. 27. with Rabbi Maurice Klein officiating. A student at Palmetto Junior High, the Bar Mitzvah attends the Center's Hebrew and religious schools. His hobbies are motor mechanics, swimming and football. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Fligelman. 12330 Pine Needle In.. So. Miami, will honor their son at the Kiddush following the ceremony, and at a reception in their home on Sunday at 3 p.m. • Jonathan Seidman Services at Flagler-Granaila Jewish Center conducted by Rabbi David Rosenfeld on Saturday morning, Oct. 27. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan L. Seidman. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seidman, the celebrant is a student at Kinloch Park Junior Hi>:h A reception and dinner at the Ritz Plaza hotel will be held in his honor. • • Lawrence Rothstein Lawrence Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Rothstein. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct 27. at Young Israel of Greater Miami, with Rabbi Sherwin Stauber officiating. A student at North Miami Beach Junior High. Lawrence studies the piano, and is a member of Young Judaea. A reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at the Barcelona hotel. &f Joel Stein Temple Judea will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Joel Stein on Saturday morning, Oct. 27. with Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating. Stanley is a student at Ponce de Leon Junior High and plays trombone in the school band. Mr and Mrs Abraham Stein, 301 Velarde, Coral Gables, will host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush following Saturdaj services in honor of their son • Sam Vova Sam. son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Vova, ill become Bar Mitzvah .n Beth Emeth Congregation on SJturday morning, Oct. 27. Rabbi Simon April \wll officiate. The celebrant is a stuaenl in the congregation's Hebrew school, and attends North Miami Beach Junior High. He is a member oi the Boj Scouts Mr and Mrs. Vova dl host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, and also honor their son at a dinner in the Royal Hungarian restaurant on Saturday evening lowrenct Rothitein John fligelman Sam Vova Jonathan Seidman Stanley Stein ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of How ard. son of Mr. and Mrs Sidnej Strom, during services Saturdaj morning. Oct. 27, at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Howard is a student at North Miami Beach Junior lli.uh. and h is attended Popiel religious school for si veral years. The Oneg Shabbat on Frida> i vening and a reception l Mowing thi ci remonj on Saturday will be held in honor ol the celebrant Mitzvah will be honored at a reception and buffet in the Temple following !h ceremony. • • • Jan Lederman rdaj morning services, Oct. 27 %  T< mph Zion "ill include the Bar Mitzvah of Jan Lederman, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating Jan is an eighth grade honor student at West Miami Junior Huh. and plays trumpet in the school concert band. He pi tinue his studies in the 1 confirmation class Parents oi the celebr ire Mr. and Mrs Reuben D. Le -rman who will he,nor him at the 0 on Fridaj < vening and dush following the ce my Mr and Mrs WilUa H Whitman and Mr. and Mrs. erman arc grandparent %  Mitzvah Howard Ctrom Rabbi Morton Shalowitz will ofHatikvah MlZrachi One-Man Stow Here Installs Officers Newly-elected officers and board of directors of the Hatikvah chapter. Mizrachi Women, will be installed at a luncheon at the Ritz Plaza hotel on Monday noon. According to Mrs I-rael Teitch. outgoing president, and installation arrangements chairman, "a most entertaining and interesting afterjioon has been planned." Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will install the nd tell of the hi projects he visit. B !..r< c nt trip to Israel tionSev. afti n oon. S'ewlj offici rs I be inlied arcpres %  '. lacob .-. honorary president Mrs Isnt, Midames Morris Bienenfeld, Morris Dubler. Jack Davis, Emma Ratner, Harrj S rer. Mrs. Jlerman: recording secretary'. Mr* Fred Zisquit: financial secretary, Mrs. Edna Baer: social Mrs. Henry Groudan: trustees, Midames Julius Rosenstein, Si Bieler and Sally Gold. Board of director.artMesdames Louis Adler, Adolf Blank. H Bronfman. Louis Ciment, Jack Ciment. Herman Eisenberg, Jack Fox. Alexander Gross, Sam Herman. Hyman Lieberman. Lilly Laster. R. Protzel, Olga Putz. Ellas Ro 3 ch, Sidney Rubinowitz. Lee Strauss. Jerry Schechter, Abe Seif, Isidore Spolter. Tibor Stern, and J Wei-berg. Art of Marvin Bloom will be presented at the Art Unlimited Gallery. 82W NF 2nd ave.. from Oct. 27 to Nov. 15 Preview will be on Oct. 27 from 2 to 5 p.m. Works by the 26-year-old Bloom will be on exhibit in a one-man show Gallery director is Warren Soned Menorah Women's Program Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold a 'member briniMi member" tea at the home of Mrs Sol Frankel, 1231 95th St.. Bay Harbor Islands, on Wednesday noon. A prowith members of the Sisterwill bepresented by Mrs Feldmai program vice president Mrs Raj Morse is Sisterhood pri idenl and Mrs. Ben ship vice p si Jimmie Dresnick Jimmie, son of Mr and Mrs Solomon Dresnick. will be Bar Mitzvah during services conducted by Rabbi Norman N Shapiro at Beth David on Saturday morning. Oct. 27 An eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High. Jimmie plays the accordion and participate.in sports. He will be honored at the Kiddush following ih ceremonv • • Stanley Sher Bar Mitzvah of Stanley Mark Sher will be observed on Saturday morning. Oct. 27. at Temple Sinai, with Rabbi Daniel Lowy officiating. Stanley is an eighth grade stu dent at Palm Springs Junior High and is active in the athletic program there. Son of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Sher. 5491 W. 8th ct., Hialeah. the Bar Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychiatrist, is shown as he addresses monthly brunch of Temple Israel's Senior High School Department. Some 100 young men and women atter.ded the session on teen problems. At the table with Dr. Gilbert are (left to right) Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein. religious school diiector; Leonard Schwartz, youth advise:: and Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Isrcel. There are profits in dreams! Men's Club Golf Tourney MenClub of Beth David Synae will sponsor a coif tournament on Sunday at Doral Country Club. Charles Z rn, a former president of Beth David Men's Club. ;chairman ol this special event. Assisting Spingarn are Artie Kr.t\ itz and Sol Dresnick First tee-off i-che'.uled for 8, am., am! ips of four will tee-' off every n-ven minutes. Prizes will be presented to winners at the next meeting of the club scheduled lor Tuesday. So. Beach Men Launch Program South Beach Men's Clui was to its fall program of events Thursday at the South Beach Elementary School. Guest speaker was to be Dr. Michael I. Hor witz. The club will hold its annual night party on Saturday, Nov 3. at the Barcelona hotel Guests will include Circuit Court Ju.ige WillA Meadows, Jr. Hal P Dekle. George E Schultz. Criminal Court Judges Gene Williams and Jack A. Falk On Thursday. Nov 8. the club will have its annual blood bank drive, followed by a film explaining the purpose and use of blood. Einstein Urit Presents Skits Albert Einstein group of Hadassah held its annual membership, luncheon la.-t Tuesdaj afternoon at Temple Yehudah Moshe The cham1 BS under the in of Mrs. David Dogoloff. Program included humorous -ki'directed by Mrs Norman Ly with Dr Sam Spira at the p.. Leading role was taken I > Mrs Adolph Ja< President of the group is Mrs Seymour Sherman. MrMerle Lit man is membership secret Emma Lazarus Party Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B rith. Business and Professional group, will have a "Bunko" partyTuesday evening at the Jefferson hotel. Chairmen are Mrs Mae Blum and Mrs. Doris Lezak. Capitalize on a dream! Are you a young careerist just getting started'.' Do you feel in your bones that the future will bring greater income and mor comfort? Then capitalize on this sensible feeling by acting now! The nt development in Living Insurance from Equitable guarantees you the right to get more insurance in the future, no matU r what tin state ofyourhealth may be at the time! 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Fcce 6-B *Je*ist> Flerxjiir Friday, October 26. 1962 7' ranee a JZ.U ntan We the Women JEAN WCMAN OF THE WEEK Jean (Mrs. Morris) Landsburgh says she only remembers three things about being a little girl in New Rochelle. N.Y. — having her tennis out. lighting with her sister. Ruth, and a feeling of dullness. Th< tonsils are long since past history: she gets along famously with be; sister today ;and. far from being dull, she leads a most exciting Jean went to five high schools, winding up in Miami Beach High, • i Goucher. and the University of Miami. She was Jack of all Trades i er mothers shop on Lincoln rd. — bookkeeper, salesgirl, buyer. I window dresser. When Morris" mother met Jean and found out she had gone to Goucher. she reported excitedly that he had. too. Jtan. it turned out, was one of the few Goucher girls he hadn't met. They met. all right — and were married a year later. Everyone VS the fabulous Landsburg story: how Morris started out with lour : .,HWM watches from Cuba, later sold 160 watches, ^^ %  %  jw switched his field, and bought his first hotel. A Ht. From this bczinninu. cam.' the mightv presM km %  T The Landsburghs have three children, Ti /^W P% l.' nard 20, Ellen IT and Mickey, as a result I £ 1 B of whom PTA still plays a part in Jean's life ^ M 9 SI e's having a huge fund-raising affair. Murals jU^^ an I Fashions for North Beach School at home. *^^K which is just perfect for entertaining. Nation^f^ y al Council of Jewish Women. Combined Jewish Appeal, and PTA, among ethers, have all found this out long ago. and benefited from it. This in addition to the Landsburghs' own entertaining. Jean's green thumb has been working overtime these days. She has just finished putting out 500 plants in flower beds that remind one of the North. In addition, she paints in oil and plays some golf. But mostly, she I els back and forth to Las Vegas, wnere Morris owns the Flamingo. Kt's on the go constantly, and Jean never misses an opportunity to ith him whenever possible. The Landsburghs, incidentally, have returned from Beverly Hills. Calif., where they attended one of Vrx most glamorous social events of the past few years, co-hosted by v ton Berle and Fhil Silvers. Entertaining celebrities is now second nature for Jean, just as %  i. the gracious hostess she is. With her sleek black hair, sparkling ><• and vivid looks. Jean typifies the hostess with the mostest. A WOW OF A LUAU David and Phyllis Nabat had a luau. It was fun, very informal intimate. The girls came dressed appropriately to sit on the feer in skinny pants. The colorful leis around the guests' necks didn't keep them from eating every kind of Polynesian food there is. Stanley end Joni Tate. Dr. George and EUie Stryker, Bernie and Judy Seider, 82, Bob and Lynn Krinzman, and Dan and Pearl Elkind were there. Tfcey got a big kick out of listening to Erwin Harris. In addition to hi? wife Sonya. he brought along a copy of the script and some pictures c t dieting his story that was to be on television the next night — he's tit Erwin Harris to whom the Cuban government owes the $329,000, anyone who saw the program now knows. CREAM BOAT When pretty Natalie (Mrs. Melvym Frumkes modeled at her Tem| Beth Am Sisterhood fashion show, little did she dream of the quel. The fashion commentator asked her if she would model professionally. So two children and several married years later. Natalie stered again for modeling, which she did before she was married. ^ • '.enjoying it immensely — doing what comes naturally. GCC08YE GRANDMA Janet (Mrs. Nat) Sinder droped Lori off at her grandmother's. Samuel Kanner. en route from her home in Lakeland to New } I k. Grandmother Ruth spent every waking minute with Lori and rtamed her royally. No stone was left unturned, or rather, no toy left unbought. But as soon as mother poked her nose in the door. 1' .i said ""Goo| ject entitled I irned Jounui Patrons Mrs. Leon Alien :number^:?! vice president, and Mr.Saul I Betagile. and MrJulius RittB are in charge ol reservations. Bloom, Winkler Engagement Told Mr and Mrs Jack Bloom and Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Winkler, both of New York, announce the engagement ol their children, Gloria and Harold The couple plan : i be v e I on Thanksgiving Day. Nm They are planning a s >uth v can honeymoon, and will In North Miami Beach Ptlklngton MISS ARIYM BADANIS : BIRTHDAZE : Goodmans Tell Daughter's Troth Mr. and Mrs Charles Goodman 0111 SW 17th st West Miami, an nounce the engagement of thendaughter, Carol .lean, to .1 L Touchard. Sr New Orleans, La A January wedding is planned Shoshana Chapter Tea Shoshana chapter, B'nai B'nth Women, is inviting prospective members to a tea on Tuesday even ing at the home of Mrs Martin Gold. 18932 NW loth pi. i n c harg e ol reservations is Mrs Morton Levin \ lau inter Mavra Eileen, was Sandra Mae and Martin lluruiti on Ocl 16 il Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Maternal irents are Mr and Mi,i,.> Mark iwitt, of Tampa Markowitz is a pasl president •1 the Fl rida state Federation of B'rith Men's Lodges, and currently ia member of District Grand Lodge 5 hoard ot governors Mrs Markowitz is a past president ol the Honda State Women's Assn. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and MrEli llurwitz He ipast president ol Sholom Lodge. B'nai B'rith. and of Greater Miami board ol directors of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. He is now regional chairman for Florida B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, and vice president ol South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges Barbara Jane Store-Wide Sale The Barbara Jane omen's sWl 2121 Coral W.e -ouncedij store-wide sal. b< nning tri'I The establishmcni teal uresi well-known brand, as MMS"! Mr Thomas Miss ["rude, Jf n r, Maidenf M "J ud Nymph. Gossai I Exquisiti I and others Jo Ann LOI ol Barbara Jai %  that In additi regular Mondav throu I : -> !n '^ v. Ill remain • : .. am evening, ai i W*"l ize m petites %  '• %  sizes. A fine selecti I alsobefeatui s* 0 !" jiUftTfconMf ^ J SAFETY HARBOR, M*l "FREE G lf "J Of Mr "> umfl "' Tel. 726-H61 Harmony Masquerade Dance Harmony chapter of B'nai I! nth Women will hold its annual masquerade dance on Saturday evening at the Bel A,re hotel There will 1 be music, dancing, entertainment and supper Chairman u Mrs Jack Dernis. 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Si • \ |< ,s wi re ''•' 15 I Itll :.l II' •''•. MRS FRIEDA NEWMAN .\\ ||i .1 i i, f II Slli' %  .ear* .if from Si w %  i ; liia an H laugl ler, Margt-r: a son, .• -i-i, r, and one (real LEGAL NOTICE IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ., JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOP DA. IN AND FOR DADE C0L1TV IN CHANCERY, No 62C '1438 \ .,?. i i:s I'HKII 111 KK IN'. \ ill I! i >F V ell I all • NOTICE TO APPEAR 'i.' IKII 'A \Ii\ \ rs \ i I I r. i >r PRIN'i'KVI M'ri is-'iri \ -Mini .HI. i v \r.; \ .,% %  !. Kill trustees ol TinWorneton, .i dlasolt ed riatlon, i ml I. i I ..f VINA KM ITU, Ml ItKAY, husband ..f VII i:!t A v and the un ..< The Won i .i llssolved i-oliinnol kn.iAn lo be .i in I Mi,itnknov. n : .i niei N and • n il s ii. lalmlni l>> :.l unknou n ..ml II dead their %  I-,-, v leg* l • %  i kn,.\vn ,.t i %  lalmlng an I IIIfollow un; .1. ItlNVRToS PARK, ii%  hi Pin tin •. ..f. i.,... .i %  Bo. '.. ; Page 1iv •!' 'in : |I.I.|, hen ha* !... n in.-, I in iln n> ilnabove lOI I • l.i I • li. plaintiffs in .ml •• lii\,.tv.d. hen Inal.i.vi 11 KKHV RKijI'lRKD -.. %  vni-i nsw p ... plead %  HMiNOVITZ. sil.VKi: ,v Ids' .HI .... |, %  "In nit Court nf the ....... I I..mi.i ,.|, .,, |„ • ? I 962 III • I i'. .n I'll i ;:. I VII .1 'InIII dav in I:\IAN. Ill I 'MUM I %  id i %  HI. i. VND HKR • i.l.i I" :'•'.. 11 :'-'.•• 16 PERRY BELMONT FRANK ..'. ,.i % %  ;.. Collins avi Surfslde, died ll, r-ame here ll years ago rum v u Vi rk Surviving ari his A If.-. I N>rl son, Pern R j> and H'o grandchildren Bervlces were ID ii Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton nl KU I e. UN r ) R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. iTH'K IS HKRKITY <;i\ UN i hi ui slgni d, di irlng to i ngav business un,hi Ihe lliiiii.il> nani SI il'TH Fl RH v W1RNCTT al Itnx 61-1922, M:aini 81, rlolida in .. i, glati r -.nil name ith Ihe ,.f Hi,iii.iiii Court of I Hide Cou rlorlda PRANK I H.| -I;I. AS Sole • Iwner 10/26, u -'that in ol P.O. ml. I, rk ii t >, i>; Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are "'*• SUCH •Mvr II ,•, •• MM//// J/fo ^ (r////ft/7/ Mptbiii MO 1-7693 NOT.CE QY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11426 I MK Wl ll>, plalntUf, \ H i -i INNIE Wl 'l >. I ., :. nhinl SUIT FOR DIVORCE lii i IIW'IK \V"'il'. Ill" I'm. Street .;•.... I : i \V iHCOnnin Y.II are hi n b> notlfli >l thai H Mill ,,r Ciimplainl foi Divorce ha* i filed agalnal you, and you an required to aervi .i cop> of your Anawei %  %  Pli .. ling 1" IlnII II %  '" ,,n thi ; i ntlfl Attornej. MK1.VIX I Ml'RI 'I V. P <' Rog I2'>. S Miami ll, .. i, *2, ilorlda; and file the oi lg• ,i \II-A % %  : Pleading in Ihi office %  i I hi i'l. i k of the I'm ii' Court on i., i.i, %  II. _i.' h il.i> .-I N.v i-iiili, r, 1961 i ... fall to dn no, judgment del lull "nil be iak n agalnul you f,.r the i • lief demamli 'I in Ihi Hill ..i i 'umplalnl Thin lice .ii ill I" -niliii-li. .1 once each week M foul I'onaecutlvi ..k-III TIIK .IK\\ ISM I'l.' IRIIMAN I'.iNl-: Wl' ORDKRKD ;ii Miami, I'l,.: nl i. -lii. :':'.iil day "' %  lobei. \ l' 1962 K M I.KATHERM \X, Clerk, ill C i I.I.I. i 'ounty, Hoi Ida %  seal) Hy: C P CoPEI. \.\l> Deput> Clerk MKI VIN I Mi'l'.i 'I'I-' I'.i li. \ 12* N M ., i i I'., .,. ii I l.i Attorn, :..r Plain) Iff in !6, 11 2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11184 I.KNWI inn iin-: AS. Ialnl %  • MA ii.". M:I:T M VHV KI:I:AS. Defci dai %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE i %  i Mai | ii el Mar> Pn a* jl (Irani Vven Kiinl i irange, Sew .i, i m ) V.,ii. Margari i Ma rj Ki.., ar< hi i ebj notlfli ,1 thai .• Hill ol Com..l.uiii f, r Dlvorci ha b< %  n filed ,i,, in %  you, an I you are requln i In .-..|.\ .,f \..ni Vnawer oi Plead i %  |o ih. Hill of "'..mi.hum ,.n the Plaintiff iittorm v. Hllerj K Sll\< i niiin. \i i'.i \) ne Rulkllng, Mi iml : %  :. li i.i un! file Ihi original \n,,>, i .. in Ihi offlci of ih,!.,;, in •" -ii rt mi ..I l -,.,-. ih, |9th I.IV "I Sovembei 1962 If y, | r a || I,, do ..l-im nl i" di • ... n agalnal > ilen andeil In the Rill "i ilni T ,;. iol %  .ill hi puhllahed onc< ., fn i,,ni • p wi kii TIIK J I V\ l.-H II RI I >IAS I N K A SI' i • I c i 'i:i:i:i > al Miami, I7H ... 11.In rA.P I! ll I.KATHKRMAN Clerk, •.-... %  i ,.|. i "mini v l-'i..i iili |l) K M I.V\1 \N I Kit) I'lelk IIII.KRV K S1I.VKRM \S \1 M \II \ for Plalnl n in l %  • NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE is HKR BUY GIVEN that the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In %  %  del ih,fictitious name of .'IK'S I SIP I'ARM ill 23735 S-otitH I'..I. i-ai llignxva .;.. ;| ... p|„ r Ida im. mlin res later xaid name with Ihe Clerk ol the Circuit Court of I >ade Count). I'!..i ,1 UEl IR(!E Dt'NNIGAN Sole i iwnei .1 I AVI11 MERMAN Attorne> for Applranl in 26, l: 2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELF.VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7056 i i.\ VI. I '111 .1 W I l.l.l A MS, Plaintiff, PEARI, ll' >SE uil.l.l VMS, 11, fondant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: I'KAIU. ROSE WILLIAMS 106 Bro k.Stn el Easl floaton, Mnaaachuaetts You, PKAItl. ROSE WILLIAMS IL hereb) notified that a Hill of I'omplalnl fur Divorce haa been filed agalnal you, and you are required to serve a cop) of your Anawi r oi Pleading to Ihe Hill of "'..mi'laini on the Plalntlff'i attorney, I.KVVIS K. COHEN, I ISO S.W l-'ii -i Street, Suite 807, Miami 36, Florida and file the Inal Answer m Pleading In the office nf the Clerk of the Clrculi <• i on '.i" ("i %  the 5th das il November, 1963. If you fall to do so Judgment bj defaufl will I" l ik. n agalnal you for the relief demanded in the I I'll "i 'oinplu Inl Thi. notlci Khali be published once each u.i-l. for four consecutive weeke in TIIK I KWISII I'l. i IRII 'IAN DONE \M' i nil >i:iu:i' ai Miami Moi Ida, Uiilal da) of October, A l> 191 E H I.EATHERMAN, I 'lerk, It Court, I >ade I H ) Hi I i I' ( 'i .|-|-'.I.ANI> I ii put) Clerk LEWIS I-' COHEN l ISO s\v lal 81 Suite 307 Miami III, Kla I'll 3-6381 10.5-12-19-36 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thiundersigned, di-airinK to engag IHIMII. ss iiii.i. i the in %  ii I-, i JIMMY DESTRO ITKS > %  • 935 I. -.in Road. Miami Beach, I li rids i.mis to register said name with Clerk '•( the Clrculi Court of I County, Florida. JIMMY I >BSTRl' ANGELO ALI Attorne) for Applicant 1" 12-19-26, that in ..I in. Inthe Hide 11 2 MRS. REBECCA LUBIN MI. nl 775 X\V lSth ave, died Oct. 14. She came here li years -IK" from New 1 „ Surviving are la sons M -v ,i and Marvin; a brother and five trandchlldren. Services were in New v, rk with Riverside Memorial Chattel in charge LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring; to engage In business under the fictitious name of DEW DROP INN at 7801 N\V 27th kvi Mi.inn, PTa., intends to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of I iade Countv, Klnrida. IDA PEINMAN Sole I "MI. r KKS.-l.l-.ll A,GARS Ait,.i a. > H foi Applicant 1998 SW IHI stn el in : %  •;. 11 3-9-u IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52489B IN RE: Estate "f AIA'IN EORMAN KNoWL.ES I leceased NOTICE OF INTENT', -N TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have riled ni) Km.il Re|M>rl and Petition for Distribution and l-itnil Discharge as \dminiatrator of tin estate ,.r Alvln Horman Knowles, deceased and thai "ti Ihi 29th da) nf N nl.. i. 1962, uill apply to ih.. Honorable Cojntv ludgi of Dade i 'ount) l-lm Ida, for approval ..r ~.ii,i Plnal Report ami for distribution and final riischargi an Admlnlstratoi % %  < thi --i-t.it.of the ibove-named decedenl This 1Mb das ..r i ictobi r, AINSI.EE 11 1 Kkl 'IK Adininlsti-ator AINSI.EE ll IKlil'li: \tt..T 1782 West I'l.ml, St. Ml .in!• Florida in 36, ll 3-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11470 THE DOLLAR SAVINGS HANK nl SEW HiRK CITY Plaintiff, \ s. NORMAN EARL VAN ORDER ami KI.S1K M VAN ORDER his wife, .ind FIRST NATIONAL LANK i'l MIAMI Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT %  i'o NuiiMAN i:\iiL\AN Mini-:!: and KI.SIK M. VAN ORDER, his it,711 Montgomery st Bj raouse, N.-w York ^",iii at.hereby notified that the it.i.\, daptloned action has been instituted agamsl you In the Circuit Co t nf thi Eleventh Judicial Circuit nf Florida in and for Dade Count\ t, t,.i,.,iloae .i mortgage upon ihe following described real properts Lot :i. Block 73, Carol City, Second Addition, according !• Ihe plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 6s at page Tv. Sheet I, ,'f Ihi niibJIi records of Dade County, Florida, togethet with fin roluwlng items of proper!) which .ir. ha'ated in ami permanentl) inatalled as a part nf ih. improvements "ti said land •; I-: Garbage Disposal FA588R, Q E Refrigerator LW-II. 11 K li 'ti Oven ami Rangi .l-'..v. ami i >"T. V'cni tian Blinds in,I Traverse Rods, Two i.') Tub enclosuri s \'I,II ., i n-i|iii. ..I in %  .i|. ,i n wer to plaintiff %  plainl with the i"lerk "f the ii'i.i, -.mi Court, and ser) p) theri-of HI • %  -i. plaintiff's attorne) MARTIN FINK, 14th l. I >ade hederal Bids Mian i 12, Floi iila. in.: later than \"\ • mbei or ii I "ecn I 'niifi so ill In i n I, i.-,1 againsi ion I. ITKI li lobt !l li" I-: B I.EATHERMA S i>r the Circuit Com l H> \ \ HEW KIT. 11,|. .' %  • %  k M KKTIN FINK \ %  • • > foi Plalnl 1 iih 1|,i. r I '.1,1. i IMg Mi. i ii. i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 0251 I'll K Wl l.l.l IMSKI'RGH SAVINGS HANK nl Iff. \ j, .is, ii \ RLK.S II \ \\ Ml and MARY I.Ki: HANNAH Ills wlfi M VNI'KI.I %  IMRAS and IA Y COM RAM and AHI ,EN K •'< 'Ml: \S his w if,-. and Jl 'UN p SHALE JR I left mliiiit NOTICE OF SUIT TO JAY COMRAS ami ARI.ENE -i IMR \s hlr Hi 106 i Tow ells Road Highland Park, N I You at • l" reb) noi Ifled t hal i hi above captloned action has been In stltiit.il agalnal you in the Circuit ("ourI ,if tinEleventh Judicial Clrculi of Florida In and for [>ade County t,i foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot :'" in Block 67. ,.f FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL I'ITY. according in the Plal thereof, recorded In I'l.i Honk 60, .ii Page 19, of the Public Records ol Dadi County, I-lorlda. You .i re requli ed lo file your an *\\,-r i,. I'auit itfs complaint with the i 'lerk "t thi afon said I 'oui t. and nerve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorne) MARTIN FINE, iiih Floi r i '.,.1, i ,i. ral Rldg Miami S2, i Ida, a.'i l it' i < li.in Nnvemla i 26 or s I •i-i-r.-i Pro Confesso will hi %  n i.i, ,i against you l 'in, .1 i i. i.. i.. i _'i. 1963. E H I.EATHERMAN, i "lerk of the i 'irctill < "ourl is. all B) K M I.YMAN 11, iml \ i 'lerk \l VRTIN FINE Attorne) for Plaintiff nth Flooi Dadi l-',i, ral Bldg, Miami IL' Florida •'.. II '-'-'•16 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the Fictitious name of CARPET TOWN ill 9830 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami, l-'l.i anil elsewhere In IV,il. Co., l-'la., inl.nils t.. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit 1'iiiirt of Dade County, Florida CARPET TOWN, INC. B) %  George LighthaJI Pi • sldi nl V ROBERT CARLISLE Attorne) for Applicant 30 s I-: First Avenue Miami 33, Florida in •%  •;. ii %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan • nf CHEZ ZH'NNi: .it >7II s w 186 Terrace, Miami .7. Florida intends t" register said name with the Clerk "f thi Circuit Corn of Dad< County, Florida MARILYN SiiriAiK Sole i iu II. r JIM MCDONALD Attorne) f"iApplli ant 115 N Kronii Ave., Honti stead I II 26, I' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7651 THE WILLIAMKBl'RGH SAVINGS HANK. Plaintiff. vs. I M IN \ I.I' K I 'I'l'. a single in. HI. and BETTY l."l" lM>D. s single woman, and l> ll'ISE C. II' 'SS I 'rtndantfi NOTICE OF SUIT Ti i BETTY I.i 'I' I" 'I 'I '. RESIDENCE CNKNOWN, and thi unknown spouse of said defendant if married and alive, and if said iii-f.ml. mi is dead, thi unknown heirs, ,|,\ is. ,-s. grantees, assignees, lletiors, creditors, trustees or other claimants claiming by, through undi i > i against an) ..I tinabove named defendants who are deci ased v,.,i n • hen b) notlfli .1 thai Ihe abovi captloned action has been In -ntiit.ii agalnal you in the Clrculi Court "f th.Kiev, nth Judicial Clrculi of Florida i" and for Dadi County to foreclosi a mortgage upon the following described r.iil property: Lot 23, Block 63. SORWOOH 1th ADDITION, according to the Plal thereof, recorded In Plal Book ".7 at Page :••'! of th.Public Records of Dade County, Florida, together with Venetian Blinds Vmi in, i,-i|iiii-,il t,. file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk "I the aforesaid Court, and serve copj thereof upon plaintiffs attorne) MARTIN FINE. Mth Floor Dade Federal Bldg., Miami IS, Florida noi later than November 38, 1963 or a Decree Pro Confesso wiil be entered agalnal you. I IATEJ i > %  lobei -i. 1962 i: B LEATHERMAN ri. rk "f ih. Circuit Court i -,-i,l i B> S A HEWETT. i leputy "lei k MARTIN FINE Attorne) foi Plaintiff nth Hoi T D ..i" I • deral UI Miami 32, Florida in L'I:. 11 2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10742 (Pearson) i S il.l'As. IN, JH as Vdmlnlsl Vetcrani Vffalrs n t>l fl f the I tell States nf Ami i • .i iml his %  %  %  : ; I hill .I--ILM-. Pig ntlfl RAI I'll l MANl'l.l.v and VED I M \\' i I.I. \ hi.v ill I left mlants NOTICE OF SUIT Ti RALPH I MA M-'.I.I.A and VKI >A M VNKI.I \ Ills ivlfi r li\ in-. ng .ui> .ml I %  -. ndanl II thi hav< remarried, in-1 ii ,1. .,.1 i" thdi-\isei ranti'i [ei irusti'es and all other i., i .-ti. : liming unilei ^v li. >s. residi nces \ i ii ARK II KRKIIY Si ITIFIKI that i -nil has been b) I s IH.KASON JR .,.\ la'triitol er of the • 'nlted States of A and his sui-cesso in such offlci and his or their assigns, in Ihi above. ntltled i "ourt, to fon %  loa, ., mori gage encumbering the following des. rlhed pniperl y, to wll Lot I. Block 17. nl FIRST Al'l'lI'li IN TI "ARI >L 'IT^ to the plat thereof, recorded in Plal Hunk 60, .it page 19, ,if the public records for Applicants RII7 Aill.-l, ^ HtlildlllK Miami 32, Florida in 13-19-36, 11'2 _— NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HLHF.I'.Y GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious names of l.i. Flora Hotel, I at Flora Apartment* and l.i. Flora Motel al 1388 I'ollina Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida intend* tn register said names with the Clerk ..' ihe circuit Court "i Dade County, Florida I \ Il.i oi \ IH rTEL CORP a Florida %  "oi p B) Ed ard Schwa rts, Presldi nl HENRY A, KAMI' Att,.i ne) for La Hoi a Hotel 1" %  :>:. II 3-9-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thiundersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name of Mi, w.i,i, Mens Shop and Golden Gati Shop al 19406 Collins Avenue In I i;i,i, County, Florida Mend t" regIhi -iii'l II. im. -li Ihe i ii ''k nf ihi I'lrcull 'out • nl 11 idi Count) Florida. Dated ai Miami Beach, Florida, thin 22 'lav ..t Ictober, 1963 IRVING WKftBRM \N LILLIAN W'EBBRMAN KH\M:K & MANNHEIMER Attoi neys for Appllcn nta I" :•;. n 3-9-H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DA-DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10667 THE wil.l.l \ \isi:ill:ll SAVINGS HANK. Plaintiff, vs. KINLKV JONES, Ti Bankruptcy, WILLIAM K GRIFFIN and ARDEI.LA GRIFr IN his wRi DWAYNE I. NYKAMP and MARY i: NVK AMI' hiwif". VICTl 'll VAMLESKI and 1R.MA V \SILESKI Ins wife, and HOMFJ MILK EMPLOYi:i:s F'EDERAI. CREDIT I'NION and THE I'NITKI' ST VTES T AMERICA I lefendants NOTICE OF SUIT I'll WILLIAM K GRIKFIN and ARI'KI LA GRIFFIN, his wlfi RE811IENCE INK N't IW N DWAYNE I. NVK AMI' an.I MARY %  : NYKAMP his wife. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN if .ili\.and If dead, the u-elrnown heirs, devisees, grantees, asstgn•. -. Ilenors, rddltors, trustees or other claimants claiming by. tin..nub. under or against an) ol the above named defendants who are rieceaei .1 You are hereb) notified that the above captloned action has been Instituted agalnsl you in the Clwult Court nf the ELEVENTH Judicial Clrculi "f Florida In and i"t DADB County to foreclose .i nortgage upon th.following .1.-.-1I...I real property: l...t 13, nil, k S3 FIRST ADDITION TI "AR ll. i'ITY, ni ordlng t" the. Plat ihcreol • i ded In Plal Hunk in. %  i %  ',, Public Record* ..f Dade County, Florida You an i • quii pd to file your anKwei t.. idalntlfr's complaint with th* Clerk %  •! Ihe u in %  ald Court, and sen thereof upon plalntifr* Hornet M \i; iiN FINE, nth Flooi Dadi Federal Bldg., Miami :::'. Florida, not later than Sovembei 19, 1962 or a i ., %  i •.. Confesso will be enti • %  aga I -: you I ... li .i i ii lobei • 1962 I-: It I.I' VTHF7RM \N • 'l.i k of Ihi 'ii. lit Court ,-..,,, li %  • P COPELANP IVptlt) ''l.ik \l iRTIN FINE Attin n. i fo Pis I ith Flo. i IM. I. FVderal I Miami '.-. Florida l" 19 IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C "02t. .1 I K ISI. \ K Ml IRTil \': : i -i >H i'i iR \ I'll >S F I LORIDA, Plaintiff, \ s I \ K Mi %  !' 'N VGI.F: lid MRS JAi K \' \|i iN \GI .!•: %  and i WllRF:YN< 'LI'S. I fendantf NOTICE OF SUIT Ti > .1 \ M I'.RK> Nl 'I Kl'.-ll lENi I"' SKM IW S Hpousi "f sai.l ile-, ml ml • %  ,. %  .1 .mil ...:\ .1 lilt II -., Id .1, fi ndanl Is dead, thi unknown heirs, devisee*, granli .•naslgm es, Ilenors, ci edl lees oi %  ii. %  l.iim.mis claiming b). through, undi t oi agalnsl ;in\ ..; ihi above named defends nts ** h" i %  %  dei eased You in.h-reb) notified that the ibove captloned action haa been instituted .iL;.iiti-t you In the Circuit Court "t the Eleventh Judicial Clr • mi ..f Florida In I f"i Dade County t<> foreclose .. rtgage upon th.following iiisi iln ii real property Lot v. in Block it. of IVE8 BM TATES SECTION Kul It, according to ih, Plal thereof, as recorded in Plal Book '.". at Page ''.< • %  ( th.Publii Records ..f Dade County, Florida You %  iii i r-..t t.. til" MIIII .in -w-i t,. plaintiff's complalnl with thii "I. rk "i 'l.. m esald i 'oui t, ami n cop) i ii, i, upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor. Im !• I", dl i.' Bldg Mi.in. i : n..i Lit. i i ha ii Nn emhei i i',., rce Pro Confi sao \\ ill be ni ga I n si yi i I '.it, il i '. |l %  ,. : K n LF:.\THERM W fieri -• ..li H\ K M I.YMAN i'. : 'lerk MARTIN PINE ne) ',' %  I 'li l ith Floor i adi tVdera] Bl.lg. \i '.inn 33 i'i, i %  11/! .9



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F: ,day. October 26. 1962 lenist> fhrldHaun ll-A Isaac Woikowsky: Passing So. Florida Landmark p HARR S MONHOFF ,i.v • Hebrew ,,-. :-,, Woikowsky. a ,1 Miami : %  ;• nearly 4i> eath • st. Older and :-W isters were to Igari ^hat a colorlul. of the pre-boom 1925 had passed away This p irapidly dwindling. ., poop.' and newcomers „,„'., i ve been surprised to see Chris ins iJews at the Funeral Chapel. Those known :he deceased inti[natel: could appreciate the dctinitivt emark>t Dr. Joseph v,-,,-, nose -."i!o-iy was accurate. „',,:• and pene rating, without :,,%  exaggerations which nistera feel to be nec,....,r :i sucn an u-casion. IWolk \\ %  % % % % %  was always "Ike." !t must be reel that lefore Gen. Kiscn i o, : respectability .1Hi. • wini ha i ihe terms ;,. .i erogaiboul "illy • %  hen they it was tla te the • [ra or %  He delih • unpopular i %  i| suffer 1a, judgI Christian %  instant visi: .-denl After School ;, Ike seemed t'> in business. as no mere money-grubhe iva lal impression ; pose which me facets in his comi I irn in Key West le • itholic school, • have had ex• ir they exercisover him. Latin was so •'. %  1'ild, to his n im memory i> in the on• lacher inextent that -: aki speare ISAAC WOIKOWSKY winning personality :. : ring an exchan :• %  f wits, \ "• %  • %  under his skin, he v oul I ret %  • • %  : %  Julius Caesar mirth, en j re waspis volui • He %  cite ; %  ... ( %  the 1 -. toothe the dull c >IJ f death' Primarily. Ike was a businessman, but not in the conventional or methodical manner. He had the eontidence and esteem of three generations of L Greif and Bro one Of the oldest and largest clothing manufacturing concerns in the U.S.A., and that means in the world A skillful merchandiser ."id a most adroit clothing buyer, the best in the countrj ac cording < ompet tor %  h i never aspired to become the big merchant, which he could have been. Before his health failed, merchandisu nly a small part About Harry Simonhoff j, .... -i ... |t%  '! : i J| Ml ISimonho// :-.• %  %  number of volumes alreaoj • role <>) Jews Oi the earl p ins >r a Halloween | Lepen. oil are in charge of reser luncheon and card party on Wed-1 rations. of his -pi e ventureI!' .1 hotel, an apartment house or an office structure was in distress, he together with associates might acquire a building or two, especially if the proceedings were involved Then his active, fertile brain reveled in the protracted negotiations necessary if tying up the loose ends of a complicated transaction. His ingenuity and resourcefulness in cooking up a deal was surprising. Native Floridian But his interest waned as soon as the deal became a fait accompli. Then he would sell his interest at a small profit. He seldom went in for buying tracts of vacant land This required patient holding and patience was lacking in Ike's nervous, excitable temperament But this impatience came in handy during the great land boom of 192."). He was one of the very few who emerged a winner after the ipsi I The reason was quite ibvious. He simply dis: %  ;i interests before the debacle He had no time for he future." Ye' • '•! in ith •• qualitj. togel : with a cynical istrus I \ acant ties, prevented him from piling up the fortunes othi made in acquiring large tracts during tl"lepression. Moscow Synagog Attacked Again Continued from Page 1-A noted that it was "significant" that many of the celebrants were young people. The synagogue is in the center of Moscow, only about a ; half mile from Red Square, where there are always heavy concentrations of militia. Police are also usually massed in Moscow whereever many people are congregated. Miller reported no arrests or any ether police action. The synagogue, which for years has beer, open for services seven days a week, may be closed weekdays on orders of Soviet authorities, according lo a report here this week in The Day-Jewish Journal, a Yiddish daily. The official Kremlin excuse for the possible order to shut the house ot worship on weekdays, according to the report, is that the partial closure "will prevent the illegal trade in religious articles Government officialhave charged openly in recent months that the synagogue is a center for alleged "black market traffic" in Hebrew ritual prayer shawls, phylacteries and prayer books which, presum.1! |j. are donated to the congre' j ants b> I ireign 1 isitors. It was also reported that N'aum s Paller, president of the syna%  : me I his it rei ation • g the recent High Holi -, n ices that the Government had 1 ei 11 requested for permission to tune new prayer shawls woven for the Jews who lack the taleithim. Mr Paller was quoted as saying that he had hired a weaver, who is a non.lew, to make the taleithim, and that he hoped permission tor a Start on the manufacture might be received soon. Born and raised in Fl was accustomed I < v astelan I thai api ;alu< less II was then impos-ible to visualize the enormous -pur: oi population, the Federal financing of homes, or the coming of the atomic and space age. Nevertheless, he did not do so badly tor himself. Early in the century. Key West had a sizable Cuban population Ike's father ran a store and had many Cuban customers. Ike picked up enough Cuban-Spanish to pass for a native. When among them, he absorbed their gestures and idioms, their voice inflections, mannerisms and slang to the extent that he seemed transformed into a genuine Latin American. He was ever ready with an apt Cuban quotation when driving home a point A hand-out to a peanut politician he translated .1"goafs milk." and pett; erafl he lesignated "bottelito," little When anyoi showed htm the price written on I he would remark w ill i : • His Sense of Humor it j %  11ract 1 vi quality oi Ikes winning pers it\ |a\ in his wry and dry humor INDIAN RIVER TEMPLES MO "K 01 WHITE SEEDIESS GRAPEFRUIT HALF $M BU. *fr 95 >umn IAST OF MISS. _*IL OSOIM MOMULT fILLEP iOWlD—OHUHEO-OIMKMTItD 'l lf BL *? L • ITS* IISCATNS BIVO. Ml I „ "I 1-25)1 — FR 3-tlTS F> 4-J710 — FR 4-783 QIUNSt JUICt WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY I salt and a With a stt rurd or 1 loose his • still : rmality or The story goes that pestere I him to see K > West Among the sighl • te %  is sn the interior ol t ; -. i il h ise Ike left him wan lei il inside the prison while he talked to the Sheriff, a buddy since school* days. He went oil to trans some business and returned after an hour. The visitor, locked in a cell, could hardly appreciate the humor in Ike'-, innocent greeting. "Where dil you disappear 1 £ was looking all over for you." When he operated a store customers would never let clerks serve them, for they complained "that would be missing the show ,\ fitting summat m is expressed ir. a letter ol c indolence to th %  widow of Isky from Dai id L


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Page 2-B b* > A fkri'dltor Iriday, Qctri), 26 s WHAT SOUTH FLORIDA PARENTS SHOULD KNOW ^4 c 2)ituvkng 1A* from^SuL^ Preparing for the Cedars of Lebanon "Diamond Luncheon,'' fashion and jewel pcrade on Nov. 2 are (left to right: Godmother Mrs. Sidney Longer and Life Guardian Mrs. Milton Adler. They are shown with several Parisian Pierre D'Alby imports to be featured by Starlight Charm School models. More than 600 women are expected to attend the social at the Fontainebleau hotel. Diamonds-Furs-Fashions to be Featured At Cedars Auxiliary Luncheon Here Diamonds, furs, fashions and custom-made wigs will hold the spotlight at Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary's "Diamond Luncheon" on Nov 2 at the Fontainebleau hotel Slated as "No 1 social event of the year." the service group has selected for its theme. "Faces New for 62." "We will pay tribute to the hundreds of new members who have enrolled in the Auxiliary and. at the same time, honor those who have been elevated to the designaCERTIFIED KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX is used in over 3 times as many New York Jewish homes as any other cleanser because Ajax has new instant Chlorine Bleach that bleaches cut stubborn food stains In seconds. For stains, greasy film, black pot marks, nothing cleans and bleaches better than new Ajax. Product of Colgate-Palmolive lion of Golden Godmothers and Golden Guardians." said Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Auxiliary presi ent The entertainment committee announced a glamor-packed show headlined by a "wig-transforma tion" performed by cosmetologist Ruth Regina in less than 12 -or ends in full view of the audience A fashions and furs parade of latest Parisian imports by Pierre D'Alby and furs by Adrian Thai will follow, featuring a line of top models from Starlight Charm, School. Nearly Si.000.000 in gems is to be modeled by Gloria Mars, wellknown dancer and nightclub star, who will be wearing diamond*, bracelets, and a tiara flown here from New York City for the occasion. Appropriately; titled "the Cavalcade of Gems." the audience will have an opportunity to view the diamonds at close range as modelwalk from table to tahle. Armed .Harris will be at each entrance during their performance. The priceless jewels an Nat Koslow collecti n internal all) fami d g< n d< il eler. with bi Belgi im, New Yi rk. and at the Fonts hleau hotel. The n< te.l collector agi arrange fur the shipmi nt B< ach "as a gesture of ft Cedars i I : tor-j ommi ntat entire pi I .. /.: p, d l hi Star! Sen fashion editor Jewish Floridian. The Cedars Auxiliary has a to raisi n thi a ming year for completion ol thi hospital's upper three floors They have already raised S100.000 for capital funds and equipment in the ; year, in addition to p> norming volunteer work at th ho pital Pi gram and arrangements committee includes Mesdames Milton Adler. Dorothy Aronovitz, Abra ham Barkan. Milton Cash, Gertrude Dunner, Irene Fink Herbert Halpern. David Hess. Sidney Langer, Edward Lewi-. Benjamin Oren, Max Pepper. Goldie i Rochkind. and Samuel Schulefand MrSamuel T. Ss I l. th< host •-committee, which includes Me• nej Ar mo\ iti Joe ir nan, Sanford K Bronstein Charles Entcrline. Hernia Norman Gladsden. Joseph Hani mond. Ted Lotterman, Mart. -he--. Raymond Rubi Specter, and William Weintra By ROBERT ZUCKERMAN •Suburbias Coddled Kids." is a brisk, funny, and frightening n ,„„., on ne eddied and over-indulged children of suburbia What kind ol world are the kids in su burbia looking out upon, what pressures are forced upon them by their statusseeking parents, and why is growing up in tl communities psychiatncally dan,, US 7 These are some of the problems the author is concei with Peter Wyden, who has sociological eye. pointto the changing character ol suburbia, noting that historically, suburbs havi been select communitii al trading migr uits I re ir search of their own Wh< ri thi -. class-conscious segments small, the impacl n thi ir chil Ired was tempered In thi •i.-'i century n > s sanw ,llu rin process engulfs millions Kidcome to km only neatlj manicured fumeli ranch type or spin level comn ties, where there old people, no poor, no N gro< or Jews, and : xplore i xcept bj mother-chauffi n This look-alike societ) quiti urally por luces with a premiui gregari* usi • ...ir. .'-..ir.nler .%  : -•' II I I) 10 err thi iii -. .: %  Hi U un I %  '•" -' ''' Another danger of suburbia is the "Grcal Expectations Syndrome." which involves pushing children after academic targets far beyond their ability The con.,,| Ul rices : such parental pressures %  the range from s t mi aslic failun i chological n den calls our to clarify tin stimulai ii them Wl dren today ing the • • —growing pace, becausi at an adult t more fn0l| • %  % %  '•! justmesu • tcntion tothiji react f ren and can der.> ^ %  "' %  "i danttttfl • -roTm B at a ••urestji Wyden has one a fine Job|J examining ihi -intellectasl | foot" we an giving ourhsi the overcharged atmospheJ suburban An rici If. ^i -erves a widi reading. SUBURBIA'S CODDLED By Peter Wyden. 4 Co. NY 134 p.. i Beth Torah Has 'Coffee' Series St r ng the BOD I Between School" lthe theme ol : hi mi 'it' es" now beby the PTA of the i f Beth Torah ion regal i Mrs Ronald Freidi I, m ounced rection "f MrI irl membership vice president, ch class meet Max \ Lipschitz, Abra • educational direcit individual teacher to discuss th< tor the pui | nf ennchaji progcan of i n^J operatii i Values .., si ruction an odoli gj ol .. rlebmsj i-h histop pi • i and explaine Memtx! | h '-'< sse* • i S a in in J SI man. Mrs ..i!en. anil Nathan G So what? They're just as delicious and just as strict!) vegetarian this way. In fact, the only mis** you can make is not having more He"" Kosher Vegetarian Beans in the house whc they start asking for seconds. Which the) always do.



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Fuge 14-A IfHf^fkradHnf' Friday Cc obei 26. 1.362 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Who are the Jews of Germany Who Chose to Return? THE SURVIVORS. A Report on tho Jews in Germany Today. By Norbett Muhlon. With an Introduction by H.n Kohn JJt pp. N*w York: Thomas Y. Crowe-ll Company. 301 Park Av*. So. S3.95. F ORTY-THOUSAND Jews live in Germany today. They represent less than a tenth of the size of Germany's Jewish population in 1933. which stood, mostly in the upper middle class, 530.000 strong. Yet forty-thousand is still a number which staggers the imagination of any one who wonders why even one Jow would wish to live In the country of hfs tears, among his terrorists. German-born veteran reporter Norbert Muhlen has visited Germany every year since 1948. talking with Jews, Nazis and Germans. His presentation of what he calls an "interim" report on the status of German-Jewish regeneration is a remarkable document in human relations. Whether it suggests the foolhardiness of human endeavor or whether it is an outline of foresighted courage is one of the tew questions wtrttfr MT. Muhlen does not try toanswer; for this one, he says, he simply doesnt know. For this one, he says, one can only hope. But the other questions and their detailed answers come thick and fast in the author's clear, steady style, which tnrns even statistics into fascinating reading. Who are the Jews who chose to return, and why did they so choose' Are they oldsters who remained out of inertia and will die away, or are tbey a more vital cross section UH listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Some Fancy Arab Oratory at the United Nations United Nations F OR MORE THAN three weeks, the General Assembly ground on withy scarcely %  poop worth noticing M far as Israel was concerned. Not that Israel was not mentioned. Several of the Arab representatives had already spoken their pieces 111 what'; called here the 'general debate"—the procedure under which Foreign Ministers and other Bigs pronounce the general foreign policies 01 their respective governments. Of course Israel WAS dragged in. And a few other diplomats, mostly lrom African or other new members, made it their business to say a lew nice words hinting that they don't exactly hate Israel But on the whole, nothing noteworthy had happened—until The Pay. Then—the Israel Arab issues explo d ed 1 Ahmed Ben Bella, the dapper Prime Minister of new Algeria, took to the rostrum to deliver the first address on brhalt of the new member state Algeria had just been voted 111—becoming the 109th member. Mr. Ben Bella is the gentleman who was quoted some mon t h s Capitol Spotlight: B y MILTON FRIEDMAN They Do Identify Washington T WO CONGRESSMEN loomed in the Just-adjourned Kth Congress as watchmen of Israel who neither slept nor slumbered. Initiating between them more than 300 Instances Of activity on Jewish issues One was .1 Democrat, Rep Leonard Farbstc.n. the ether Republican. Rep Seymour Halpem Both are of the Jewish faith and repretenl New York districts The records of these two Congressmen showed much more activity and effective participation than any other house members. Some Senators, especially those from New York Stale, wan very active on matters of Jewish concern, sometimes with good effect But the Senators usually delegated responsibility to staff members, and wen somewhat las* personally or directly insolved th.in representatives Farbsteui or Halpem. It appeared that more results were obtained in the House Representatives Farbsteia and Halpem saw as consistent with the national interest a multitude of matters of special concern to Jews In addition, their records indicated balanced work in other legislate areas K

wraiter these removals" were completed, by Israel, and not by UNRWA, back in 1953 willing to chance a re-establishmer.t? What is i like lor a Jew in Germany today? In answer to this question, Muhlen did exhaustive research on the prevalence of anti-Semitism in Germany, tracking down incidents, many of which had teen reported in the world*press with great inaccuracy, errvting out others unreported. The wide insecurity among Germans in their "new" relationships with Jews produces, he finds, a heightened sensitivity to Jews and thirty Jewish, culminating in the fashionable philo-Semiv.-ai now rampant. But Anne Frank pilgrimages and municipal leaning over backward to be more than kind, rrore than fair, are uncomfortable offerings to Germany's .1 tws, who rightly understand this as a reverse rather than an eradication of prejudice, and who would prefer to reject special privileges. It is safer often to be Ignored than loved, they feel. Of course, the strong leadership of the vdenauer government, whose insistence on reparations agr-ements forms one of the book's most interesting stories, has been the major impetus. But Germany's "new StereotypeJews wanted" has also provoked a desire for Jews whichO is expressed by G e r m a n s in psychologically x-culiar fashion: "They are necessary for us to learn the demo* cratic way of life, just as the Americans need their Negroes." It Is true that Jews often set their n role as precisely this kind of moral irritant. But it is strange to find the oyster willingly seeking cut its grain if sand. Or is the oyster finally learning to value p Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ About the Big River ( % HE PRESS this week can %  story charging that the presilent of the illustrious Te Smanu-EI of New York v. ned an apartment on fashionable 'ark Avenue because of his rehgon. Mississippi ian Indian neaning "the big river.' and b;g n\er ol Prejudice flows everywhere This week the papers carried the story of revoluti Yemen. The Jews of Yemen were treated than the Negroes in Mississippi. In Mis.-ivvhile most of the Negroes are sharecroppers, work' ing the larms of others, there are some work:" % %  their own farms. In Yemen, no Jews were permitted to own land or become farmers. Thus. Jews were not allowed the health*. \ ireise of the muscles that farming entails. To oftset that, no Jews in Yemen were permitted to ride a horse, si they get exercise by walking. There were also ^rchitecural restrictions No synag was allow id of a height greater than a V. house of worship, so the Jews wet* lorced to bu:ld their synagi f 11 in cellars. In many parts of Germany, little more hundred years ago, Jews were not allowed or. the sidewalks and. in Czarist Russia at the beginr.mc of this century, a Jewess to live in any of the bi* cities like St. Petersburg had to have a certificate showing that sht was a loose woman, practicing a forbidden profession Only the immoral Jews were pertied to live in these saintly cities of Holy Russia. Coming back to Mississippi, during the •.':' %  '1 War. there was a gentleman there by the Dame i Henry S Foote For a time, he was governor He had a phobia about Jews. He could not put bis fool down without seeing a Jew. He was elected to the Confederate Congress and spent half of his t; tacking Jefferson Davis. President of the Confederacy, because he had named a Jew. Judab P benjamin, to his cabinet. Foote always referred to Judah P Benjamin as Judas Iscariot Benjamin Yet if there was anyone who deserved the r.ame of the betrayer it was Foote himself. Before the Civil War was over, Foote took his two fee: jnd crossed over to the Union side, and the Confederate Congress passed a resolution giving Fvote the oat. Between You ami Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Closer Interreligious Contact a Two-Way Street W ITH THE ... a — were %  • '.' %  sh %  5 no q;iei %  is ar. indici' • %  BCWSM I fer ( %  are nevertheless %  • resolution thus si is within tin • %  dipose any revis Jews It ipst fact uneil in favor ••: rev ising "••-'" %  I i : < 1 a — 1. ^ Bowevi on is not to I the ( 1 c<


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Friday. October 26, 1962
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Emanu-EI PTA
Installs Officers
Mrs. Seymour Alterman has been
installed as new president of the
religious scb*>uJ i'TA of TciiiiiIc -
Emanu-EI.
At the installation ceremonies at
the North Branch School, the chair-
man of the evening was Mrs. Mil-
ton Feller.
After thanking Mrs. Elliot Har-
ris, outgoing president. Dr. Irving
Lehrman. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI, spoke on "Traditon
vs. Superstition."
"A program of activity, bringing
the faculty, parents and children
into closer harmony." is being
planned by Mrs. Alterman.
A PTA board meeting presided
over by the new officers will be
held at the Temple's Sirkin Hall on
Nov. 14 at 10 a.m.
Mr- Philips Brooks is the new
membership vice president, and
other new officers are Mrs. Paul
Blumberg. recording secretary, and
Mrs. Ronald Ager. social secretary
MRS.
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SEYMOUR ALTtKMAN
lei -of
I
the hostess committee f Festival of the Arts dinner dis-
- !oi the event which will take place
Ihe For.tainebleau hotel. From left
:i; Weinkle. Mrs. George Goldberg,
Halpeiin, Mrs. Murry Koretzky.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
The event will be held under the auspices of
the Women's Division for Israel Bonds, with
Mrs. Jack Katzmcn as chairman and Mrs. Emil
Morton as chairman cf the Dior-Isrcel fashion
presentation.
use of Dior to Salute Israel in Style;
Mazor Due at Fashion Festival
|. of Dior salutes the
This is the story
ique Dior-Israel col-
ii h will be featured at
hrael Festival of the
i Sunday night at the
hotel, it was pointed
Jack Katzman. chair-
Israel Bond Women's
: whose auspices the
r held,
a Lie-ture of encouragement
tulation i<> Israel's bur
ii ,iihI fashion Indus-
ill- most renowned
i has created a group
most <>f them made
Marc Bohan.
designer, design-
portion of the collec-
hi new ensembles
ii i by Israel's most
nturier, Lola Beer
are special de-
li
lr -
I
-igns of handloumed fabrics by
Ma-kit. mainly created by Flnj
Leitersdorf; tors by the Houses of
Stefan Braun and Neulander; knit-
wear by Aled and Elanit; and cou-
ture-type beach ensembles by <.;>>;
lex The Israeli fabrics being used
by Dior were designed by Maskit.
Laglom, and 1-ser (Ireenfeld and
Sons.
The Dior Israel collection had its
world premiere in Paris, at the
Avenue Foch mansion of Ihe I'aron
Edmond de Rothschild, the Euro-
pean president of the Israel Bond
Organ cation It is the seventh ol
the annual fashion shows that hav<
toured some SO American and Can-
adian communities under the au-
spices "i thi Israi l Bond drive.
It is anticipated that the Dior-
kind in which ihe House of Dior has
ever participated, will achieve un-
precedented success,
Mr- Emil Morton i- chairman
ol the Dior-Israel fashion presenta-
tion.
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Taken in Gen. Moshe Day-
an's gardens iri Zahala, Is-
rael, this is one of the spec-
tacular models of the Israeli
portion of the Dior-Israel col-
lection. Designed by Lola
Beer, this Empire-line eve-
ning dress is in yellow silk
crepe, incorporating large
splashes cf silver flowers.
The same r^aterial lines the
lemon faille evening match-
ing coat. The creation is
among fashions to be shown
Sunday ct the Miami-Israel
Festival cf the Arts.
Women Sponsor
Sunday Social
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
sponsor a games party en Sunday
al 7:30 p m., in the social hall. 6500
N. Miami ave
Hostesses are Mrs Harry Lcrncr.
Mrs. Joseph Saul. Mrs Bertha
Cowan, and Mrs. Joseph Jarlow.
On Monday evening, the Sister-
hood held a regular meeting in the
sucial hall.
Beth David Ladies
Launch Cotillion
Beth David Sisterhood this \ eek
announced the inauguration ol its
annual Senior Cotillion classes
In addition to its social and in-
structional aspects, the program
also provides the Sisterhood \ ith
an additional source (if incom
Mrs. Louis Specter and Mrs Roy
Mack are co-chairmen of the
ject. an,I jointly announced the se-
lection of Don Vlnton, of the Eden
Roc hotel, as dance instructor
Next meeting will take plac al
Beth David Congregation on Sun-
day at 7 p.m.
Israel's beauty queen for 1962-63. I
who scored notably as a finalist in
the Miss Universe contest held in
Miami in July, returns to the scene
ol her triumph this weekend to
take part in the Miami Israel Fes- |
tival of the Arts dinner as com- *
mentator for the Dior-Israel fashion
presentation.
A "Savra," Judith Mazor was
born if years ago in Tel Aviv, just
four years betorc the establishment
ol the state. A high school grad-
uate, she majored in foreign lan-
guages and is fluent in English.
French and Spanish, in addition to '
her native Hebrew She intends to
continut her studies al the Hebrew (
L'niversitj with emphasis on soc-
j
Thi i- i eauty, the
. reek father and
: rkisl ther who is .. beauty in I
her i n rij lit, has alri ...a turned
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eturn t<
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Gr< -: i Miami Women's Auxil-
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hotel.
Mr- Sol Silverman, honorary
president, will give the invocation
Mrs l.. renc< Silverman, presi-
di a ill givi (he address of wel-
car., ii meeting will culminate
the Sidnej Appel Medical Fund
drivi of whi< h Mrs, charlotte Kati
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Progress i f the Auxiliarj par;.
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FLORIDA. ,N AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1J56S
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-k of the Ii eult C irl
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MARTIN FINE
Attorney f.>- Pla nl
t itn Floor D tde Fe i-m H' l*.
Mi*lJ2. Florida ..,.,.,,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN that
the underslgne I, dealrlng to engage In
buelneaa under the ficlltloua namea ..r
Ceaoook Lumber and Supply Com-
pany: Peacock Lumber and Supply
i .. it 1015 r luuglaa Road, M laml,
Intenda ; i register said namea
with the Clerk '' the Circuit Court
of I lade Co inty, Floi Ida.
I'LACUCK LI MBER COMPANY
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SI Mi >.N HAYS Attorne) s for Applicant
i : Ainalej Bulldii I
10/19-26. 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 FEROCSON.
Plaintiff.
CLAOII .- PERU) son.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl l: 'LAI 'MS FEROL'Si IN
i tde i' ,nnt. Florida
You. i'i.Aims FERGUSON, ire
.;. ,v ii .-iiiro that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divori-e has been filed
agalnat you, ind you are required to
>.-:\.. ,,\ of your Anawer ..r
the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff- Attorney, law OF-
FICES OF i STANLEY l.i:\ink.
.... gouthweal Second Avenue, Miami
36, 1'ioi. la PR -1681) and file the
original Anawer or Pleading in the
the Clerk of the Circuit
court hi or before th.- ISth da) of
'.:: If you fall to do aoi
Judgment 05 lefault will be taken
agalnal you for the relief demanded
in the mil of Complaint,
Thla notli shall publlahed once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE I E\\ ISH Kl.i IR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
! .... thla Uh la) ,,i i k'tober, A.D.
itn
E i EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
leeal) Bi K M. i.yma.n
DePUt) I'lerk
LAW "l"l ICES OF
I. STANLEY LKV1NE
100 SW in I A wnue
Ml hi i '... i-la -Kit i-liw:
H LYLE D. LIEBERMAN
Atl ii -) t Plaintiff
10 It-lv-M, ll 2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20Q18
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Martin Moigenxtern. holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No J487 Issued
the 1st day of June. A.D, IM0, has
filed same In my office, and has made
application for a tax deed t<- be issued
thereon. Said Certificate embrace*
the following described property in the
County of Dade. state of Florida, to-
wit:
Lot 13 Peacocks Re-Sub Lota
..2 Hi 4 Blk. I i'li.B'K>k-i Page J.SJ..
In the County of Hade. State of
Florida.
The assess.....nt of said
del the said certificate
name of Ethel L, I.- aria
Unless said certificate
deemed aocordiiu; t-. In
described herein will be
highest bidder at the Court House door
on th.- first Monday in the month ,,(
November, ]'.'.!. which is the Sth 'lay
,,f No\ellll,,-l. {'*".
Hated this '.'th day of Sel-t. rnlor
I Ml
B |i LBATHBRMAN,
i l.-ik of circuit C.urt. Hade
(seal) Counter, Florida
By R M LEBPER,
H.-putv Clerk
IO/S-12-lv-U
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. J7210C
IN UK Estate of
benjamin miller
'notice to creditors
To All Creditors and All Person. Hav-
ing Claims .t llemand* Agalnal Sii'l
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claim* and le-
manda which you may ha agalnal
the estate of Benjamin Miller de-
ceased late of I'i-I.' Countv. Florida.
to the county Judges of Had- Coun-
ty, and file tiie same in dupia ..ie and
an provided In Section 7s.l'i, Florida
statutes. In their offices In the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within six calendar months
tr.-in the time of the first Duplication
hereof, or the same will i, barred
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
day of October, A.D 1982.
I.Ki'N A EPSTEIN
\s Executor
First publication of 'hi* notice on
the sth day ,.' October, 19J
LEON A EPSTEIN
s ttornej for Executor
4-.'ii Lincoln ltd M P. Fla
in 5-H-19-M
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJewist Fh>ridHai7
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal w
rates .
Oinl I It 3-4605
ior messenger terries
Inkni


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notified that the
' Il n has lieen 111 -
"' you in th- Cln-uit
K.LBVENTH Judicial
In In and for BADE
mortgagi upon
i 'bed re ii propert) :
ii scott lake
->;' rii'.N six. accord
l lat thereof, r., orded
' "I '. at Pane n of
, "'ds of Hade
f.[ur""- together wit*
.. t.. ni.. your an-
'iildaint with the
t,.,es:,i,| CoUM, alld
!,' "''*-. Miami St, Florida
Novembei 19, I9! or a
"'-so win |. entered


ict.
i: n
1' i IK, 19(2
> I HERMAN
,1. I L '-*->! A A
, 'h-Circuit Court
, P COPELAND
k |.1>J[e"ut> flork
\ '' Plaintiff
' lt-M, 11 2-U
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. S7170B
IN RK Estate of
Jacob BERNSTEIN ls.i >wi
as JACK BERNSTEIN,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CRKOITOR3
To All Credltoi .ml All '" Hav-
i ins: claims or Heine:.!- against Sd i
Estate
Y'ou are lier.- notified in] re-
quired to present anj talma, inn Ie-
mands iiiih you may lu -
the estate of JACOB BERNST n
also known is JACK 1RNSTEIN
deceased late if Dade oui Flor-
Ida. to the Count] Judgei
County, and file the ime n duplicate
and .- ;: 8 '
Florid i Statui In
he Countv C
tv. Florida Ithlti six iton lar i ontl
from the time if the Ilr ll p
hereof, or the -.ime will be barred
Dated it Miami, Florida, thla !7tn
dsy of September, a i i".
FANNIE BE tNSTI N-
A-. Executr \
Frlsl pub il f thla n ii a
the ai. d .. if < ictober, I9CI
Myers, Helir tn, Kapl in 1 mi
Attorneya for Executrix
1150 tf.V* i eei
10 S-12-1 --'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBREBY HVEN that
the undersla ie I, I all aa to enga
business '
BEACMONT APARTMENTS it 1940
Blarrlti Drive, Miami Be/a
intend t-. i -,i lid rial
Clerk of the "Ire ill Com I of 111 i
i 'Minn Fl .
MICHAEL l\ IN
MILDRED .'
\l(oM\ I r/.. S1LV1 CBR
Attorne I
:: .,1 lito;
M, .Ii

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N .11 'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
rERRY KK/ PERSONNEL at IBtM
Building. North Miami Beach, Flor-
ida Intenda to register aald name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
,' mnty, i-i..: i i.
TERESA Ol ll'LDEN
S >le Owner
________________ 10 5-12-13 16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY
No. S2C 10980
IOANN I'INAN.
Plain tiff,
v.
IOHN I I'INAN.
Defen I m'
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
TO IOHN J FIN AN
i>i i lint.in Avenue
Bro iklyn !<. New York
You. JOHN J kinan are hereby
notified that i BUI of Complaint for
Dlvor has i,--ti filed against you.
ii. I \ ,-i ire ro*.|uired to seri e a copy
if your Answer .-i Pleading to the
Bin of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, MELVIN FINN, sio BIs-
oayne Building, Miami. Fla., and file
th.- original Anawer or Pi.-a.iing In
the offl -f the Clark -f the Circuit
Court "ii oi Ii,- I uh da) >(
November, 1962, otherwise the allega-
tions of said ''....... inl will be talon
i- mfeea 1 by you.
This nonce ..... ue published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
: > iNE AND in '!' i-:i> .-
this 11th day of October,
A D. 1961
B. B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
ourt, i. .a. i ...in -. i-1 uida
B) K M I.YMA.N
Deputy I "lerk
MKI.VIN FINN
". Rlscayne BIdg
r tintlff
10/19-26. 11/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10569
THE WILLIAMSBl'ROH
SAVINGS HANK.
Plaintiff,
FINIJSY JONES, Trust.-.- in
Bankruptcy. JOSEPH I. SHAW and
CATHERINE Q. SHAW hi- wife,
VICTOR VASILESKI and IRMA
\ASII-KSKI hia wife, and the
I'NITED STATES OJ AMERICA,
Defendants,
*">*eicr" ~r ni'"'
To: JOSEPH L. S"HAW and CATH-
I'.UI.'I, .. .->....... 1....-.1...... 0.
L'NKNOWN If alive and if dead
the unknown heir.-, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors. cred-
itors, trustees or Other claimants
claiming by, tin..nth. undei oi
agalnsl an) of th,- above named
defendants who are deceased.
You are hereb) notified thai the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Court of the ELEVENTH Judicial
Circuit of Florida in and for DADE
County to tor.-cios. a mortgag.
the follo Ing d< -. i Ibi d .' properts
Lot 13, Block 51 FIR8T ADDITION
TO CAROL CITY according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book
60, Pag.- is ol the Public Records of
Hade Countx. Florida
Y'ou are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs complaint "ith the
ci.-rk ,,i th.- aforesaid Court, and
serve a com thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Flooi
Hade Federal BIdg Miami It, Florida
not lat.-r than Novembei 19, 19*2 ,a a
Decree Pro Confesso will ht entered
against you.
I ..ated: ict,,I,,r 16, 1962.
E. II LEATHERM \N
< 'lerk of th. Cii. ull Curt
(seal) By: C. P. COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN FINK
Attorne) for Plaintiff
Htli Floor Had.- Federal BIdg.
Miami 11, Florida
in 19-26, 11 2-9
11 :
I de ", -ii ii tv. Fl.,ri<
MORRIS LAP1DCS
HAItol.H LIBBMAN
s..|e i iwners
CYPBN SALMON
Attorneys for Applicants
Arthur Qodfrej Pool
lo 12-19-26,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enf
business undei th.- fictitious nam< of
March.nt. Perkins. Cook and Schen-
erlein at M101 Blscaym Ruildlna
Miami, Fla.. intend to register said
name w it h the t 'lei k ..! til.
Court of Dade County, Florida,
MARCHANT AND PERKINS
PROFESSIONAL ASStHMATII IN,
(a Fla Coi p i
in 19-26, ll :.'-<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to engaa
business undei the tutuI,.us nam
MillST BROS H VKBRY u Ml s
Mil Street. Miami. Florida intends
register said nam. with th. Clerk
the circuit Courl Dade Con
Honda
AI .ilST BAKERY, INC.
i a Fla i'. rp I
ARTHl'R aic.i st
Attorney for Applicant
(07 Alnale) BIdg
in ni.-j.i. ii -2-9
that
W.
of
111.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10181
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL BAVINOS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a
I uh .i Statea oorporettien,
Plaintiff.
\s
JODY HERRMANN, el al
i ?. fsndants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JODY HERMANN and IIICHARD
in: km ANN. he, husband
Yid" ARE HERBBV notified that
rail hat been filed in the above styled
Court to foreclose that certain m.rt-
gage gi\en l.y GREEN THISTLE
INC.. : M1W1I BEACH FEDERAL
KAVINUS AND LOAN ASSOCIA-
TION dated March 13, 1957, r. corded
March 14, 1967 undei Clerk's Ml,- No.
UO-4412-i, of the Public Records ..f
Hade County, Florida, against the
following Sescrlbed property, lyingj
ami being m bade County, Florida.
to-wlt:
Is,i j in HI... k :;:, ,.f IVES ESTATES
SECTION I, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded lo Plat Book 10
at Pagi 79 of slu Publii Recorda >(
Had.- County, Florida
You are required to serve copy of
your answer or pleading ..n the Plaint-
iff's attorneys, Meyer. Weiss, Roeen
.v Rose, U'T Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
anawer In the Office of the i'lerk of
the circuit Court -.ii <.i before the
',th da) of November, 1962; otherwise
the allegations of said Complaint will
be taken as confessed b) you.
Hated at Miami. Hade County, Flor-
ida tin- :'.r,l das of October, i:<2.
E B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
(seal) B) I. SNEEDEN
Deputy cierk
10. 5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57321-C
I.N RE Estate of
MARGARET BEROER
11. ceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pel-ons Hav-
ing Claims <>r I'.-mands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and re-
quired to present any claim- and de-
mands which you ma) have aJNMnst
the estat..... marcaret lu-agBKR
deceased late of Made Count), Flor-
ida, to the County Judges ol Dad*
Count.v. and file the -anie In their
,,1'fices in th- County Courthouse In
I 'ail.- Count), Florida, with six cal-
endar months from th- date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will he barred
ESTELLR MllJ.KR
BERNSTEIN & Mil.I.Hi;
B) Milton Miller. Attorney
Cngr. -.- Building
Mia ml, Flot (da
M IS-1-W, ll/J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10566
THE WILLIAMSBl'ROH SAVINOS
BANK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
FINLEY JONES, TRUSTEE IN
i: VNKRCPTCY, GARLAND I.A.N-
THRON and WI1.MA LANTHRON,
hi- wife, ALBERT GENE hawk, a
single man. I'ATHLEEN DAWE, a
single woman. HELEN SHERMAN,
EXECCTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF
MORRIR HORN, and the 1'NITEH
STATES OF AMBRJC \.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: GARLAND I.A.NTHRuN and
Wll.MA LANTHRON, his wife,
RESIDENrI: I'NK NowN.
m.hi:k r UENB l lAWE, .. single
man. RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN,
CATHLEEN DAWE. a single
woman, RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN
and ih- unknown spouse of any ,i,-
int. WDOBa maiital status is not
orrectl) stated If living, and if any
of the name,i defendants are dead,
the unknown heirs, devisees, grant-
.-. assignees, lienors, creditors, trua-
nt ..th,- claimants claiming by,
through, under or against any of the
above named defendants who are l-
<,- .1
You are hereb) notified that the
captloned action has been In-
stltuted igalnsi you in th- Circuit
Court of the Kleventh .ludl.-iai Clr-
euli ol Florida In and for Hade Coun-
ts t" foreclosi a mortgage upon the
following described real iropertv:
Lot :;. Block 69, FIRST ADDITION
TO CAROL city........ I ns to the
Plat thenof. recorded In Plat Rook
". Pag. !, of ih. Public Recorda
n.-oie County, Florida together
with ail structures, Improvementa
.. ni fixtures attachi .i thereto
You are required to file your an-
awer lo plaintiff* complaint mil. the
Clerk of ih.- aforesaid Court, and
serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
Bttornej MARTIN FINE, ll'h Floor
Hn.le Federal BIdg Miami 12, Flor-
Ida, not later than November '. I9>1
... .. Decree Pro Confesso will )>. en-
. red against you.
I iat, ,1 s,pt.mi., r 28, 196!
i: R i.i-: VTHERM \\ Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
ISeaH ll\ K M L\ MA N
1 leputy cierk
M \KTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
i uh Floor i :^u Fedi ral Bids.
Miami 11, Flo-nla
M l-11-ll-M



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Page 10-B Jewis*florSdiari Friday, October 26. 1962 $ar JMitzvalt John Fligelmn Bar Mitzvah of John David Flig( IIIKIII will be observed at Southwest Jewish Center on Saturday morning, Oct. 27. with Rabbi Maurice Klein officiating. A student at Palmetto Junior High, the Bar Mitzvah attends the Center's Hebrew and religious schools. His hobbies are motor mechanics, swimming and football. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Fligelman, 12330 Pine Needle In.. So. Miami, will honor their son at the Kiddush following the ceremony, and at a reception in their home on Sunday at 3 p.m. • • Jonathan Seidman Services at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center conducted by Rabbi David Rosenfeld on Saturday morning. Oct. 27. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan L. Seidman. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seidman. the celebrant is a student at Kinloch Park Junior High. A reception and dinner at the Ritz Plaza hotel will be held in his honor. • • Lawrence Rothstein Lawrence Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Rothstein. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Oct. 27. at Young Israel of Greater Miami, with Rabbi Sherwin Stauber officiating. A student at North Miami Beach Junior High. Lawrence studies the Hatikvah Mizrachi Installs Officers Newly-elected officers and board of directors of the Hatikvah chap ter. Mizrachi Women, will be installed at a luncheon at the Ritz Plaza hotel on Monday noon. According to Mrs Israel Teitch. outgoing president, and installation arrangements chairman, "a most entertaining and interesting afternoon has been planned." Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prinpiano. and is a member of Young Judaea. A reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at the Barcelona hotel. • • Joel Stein Temple Judea will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Joel Stein on Saturday morning, Oct. 27. with Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating. Stanley is a student at Ponce rie Leon Junior High and plays trombone in the school band. Mr. and Mrs Abraham Stein. 301 Velarde. Coral Gables, "ill host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush following Saturday services in honor of their son • • • Sam Vova Sam. son of Mr. and Mrs Leonard Vova. will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth Kmeth Congregation on Ssturday morning, Oct. n. Rab-i bi Simon April "ill officiate. The celebrant is a student in the congregation's Hebrew school, and attends North Miami Beach Junior High He is a member of the Boy Scouts. Mr and Mrs. Vova will host tin Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, and also honor their son at a dinner in the Royal Hungarian restaurant on Saturday evening. • Howard Strom Rabbi Morton Shalowitz will ofLawrence Rothstein John fligelmon Sam Vova Jonathan Stiiman Stanley Stem One-Man Shn>w Here Art of Marvin Bloom will be presented at the Art Unlimited Gallery. 8246 NE 2nd ave from Oct. 27 to Nov. 15. Preview will be on Oct. 27 from 2 to 5 p.m Works by the 26-year-old Bloom will be on exhibit in a one-man show Gallery director is Warren Soned Menorah Women's Program Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold a "member-bring-a-member" cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will tea at the home of Mrs Sol Frank;...II the group and tell of the ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs Sidnej Strom, during services Saturday morning. Oct. 27. at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Howard is a student at North Miami Beach Junior High, and has attended Popiel religious school for s< veral years. The One:; Shabbat on Friday evening and a reception following the ceremon) on Saturday will be held in honor of the celebrant • Jimmie Dresnick Jimmie. son of Mr and Mrs Solo man Dresnick, will be Bar Mitzvah during services conducted by Rabbi Norman N Shapiro at Beth David on Saturday morning. Oct. 27. An eighth grade student at Shellandoah Junior High. Jimmie plays the accordion and participates in sports. He will be honored at the Kiddush following ;i. ceremonv • • • Stanley Sher Bar Mitzvah of Stanley Mark Sher will bo observed on Saturday morning. Oct. 27. at Temple Sinai, with Rabbi Daniel Lowy officiating. Stanley is an eighth grade stu dent at Palm Springs Junior High and is active in the athletic program there. Son ol Mr and MrAlfred Sher. 5491 W. 8th ct.. Hialeah. the Bar Mitzvah will be honored at a reception and buffet m the Temple lollowing ih< ceremony. Jan Lederman Saturdaj morning services, Ocl 27, ,.i Tempi* Zion will include the on Friday evening and Bar Mitzvah of Jan Lederman, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating Jan ia:. < ighth grade honor student at Wot Miami Junior High, and plays trumpet in the school concert land. He pi ins 1 timn bis studies in the 1 confirmation class. Parents of the celebr and Mrs Reuben D. Le will hinor him at the i il lh< Kiddush lollowing the ce nony Mr. and Mrs William :i Whitman and Mr. and Mrerman an grandparent' Mitzvah Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychiatrist, is shown as he redresses monthly brunch of Temple Israel's Senior High School Department. Some 100 young men and women attended the session on teen problems. At the table with Dr. Giibe:' (left to right) Cantor Jacob G. Bernstein, religious school tor; Leonard Schwartz, youth advise:: and Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel. various Mizrachi projects he visited during his recent trip to Israel, MrAlfn rej nal coordinator, will the nationheld r< cently in New York. MrJack '\• lecte i : %  will DM cl airman ol the afternoon. Newly-elected officers to be Installed are president, Mrs. Jacob Katz; honorary president, Mrs, Israel Teitch; vice president. Mesdames Morris Bienenleld. Morris Dubler. Jack Davis, Emma Ratner, Harry Schwartz: treasurer. Mrs. Herman; recording secretary, Mrs Fred Zisquit: financial secretary, Mrs. F.dna Baer; social secretary. Mrs Henry Groudan: trustees, Mesdames Julius Rosenstein. Sa lie Bieler and Sally Gold. Board of directors are Mesdames cl. 1231 95th St., Bay Harbor Islands, on Wednesday noon. A program with members of the Sisterhood will inpresented by Mrs Joseph Feldman, program vice president Mrs Raj Morse is Sisterhood president, ami MrBen Krovetz Is memo* rship \ ic dent. There are profits in dreams! Men's Club Golf Tourney • Men's Club of Beth David Synagogue will sponsor a golf tournament on Sunday at Doral Country Club. Charles /. Spingarn, a former president of Beth David Men's club. ichairman of this special event Assisting Spingarn arc Artie Kravitz and Sol Dresnick First tee-off is scheduled for 81 a.m., and groups of four will tic Louis Adler. Adolf Blank. H Bronf()ff everv rev en minutes. Prizes man, Louis Ciment. Jack Ciment. wjl| ,„, prese nted to winners at the Herman Kisenberg. Jack Fox. Alex„ ex „„,,.,,„,, lf ,*,,, c i ub scheduled ander Gross. Sam Herman, Hyman lor -] U ( M | ;iV Lieherman. Lilly Laster. R. Prot-1 Eel, Olga Putz. Ehas Rosch, Sidney Rubinowitz, Lee Strauss, Jer%  r> Schechter, Abe Seif, Isidore Spolter. Tibor Stern, and J W'eisberg. So. Beach Men Launch Program South Beach Men's Club was to launch ,ts fall program of eventthis Thursday at the South Beach Elementary School. Guest speaker was to be Dr. Michael L Hor wits. The club will hold its annual night party on Saturday. Nov. 3. at the Barcelona hotel Guests will include Circuit Court Judge William A. Meadows. Jr. Hal P. Dekle, George E Schultz. Criminal Court Judges Gene Williams .and Jack A. Falk On Thursday. Nov. 8. the club •will have its annual blood bank drive, followed by a film explaining the purpose and use of blood. Einstein Unit Presents Skits Albert Einstein group of Hail. ah held its annual membership cheon last Tuesdaj afu moon al Temple Yehudah Moshe The c'lampagne luncheon was under the supervision of Mrs. David Dogolofl Program included humorous skits directed by Mrs Norman Ly with Dr. Sam Spira at the piano Leading role was taken by Mrs Adolph Jacol President of the group ;Mrs. Seymour Sherman. Mrs Merle Litman is membership seen • Emma Lazarus Party Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith, Business and Professional group, will have a "Bunko" party Tuesday evening at the Jefferson hotel. Chairmen are Mrs Mae Blum and Mrs. Doris Lezak. Capitalize on a dream! Are you a young careerist just .eottintr Btart< Do you feel in your bones thai the future will bring greater income and mor comfort? Then capitalize on this sensible feeling by acting now! 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' Pcce 8-A vJtnisfi Hark/ton Friday. October 23, .962 United Jewish Appeal Unit Makes Visit to Poland Pert of the building committee of the Young Young Israel, Emanual Ungar, president of Israel Congregation are (left to right) Harry the congregation. Dr. Sol Nussbaum and HerLerner. Ben Lerner, chairman. Morris Lerner, man Eisenberg. Rcbbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader of Young Israel Drive in Gear The campaign to raise funds for the new building of Young Israel oi Greater Miami went into full gear this week when Ben Lerner, chairman of the building committee, announcedthat a building fund dinner ill be held Sunday evening, Nov. 18. at the Deauville hotel. According to Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. spiritual leader of Y the goal of the campaign is i,. raisi SI or a building ..; 990 \E 171s1 Si AI present, the group holds serviceand educational classes in one • and over WO children now attend classes in the old structure. Emanuel I'ngar is president of the consrej:ation. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard will be honored at the testimonal affair. The couple moved here from Brooklyn. N. Y.. in 1934. They are founders of the Jewish Home for j the Aged and the Hebrew Academy. Mr. Reinhard is a vice president of the Academy and also a founder of Beth Jacob Congregation on Washington ave. Dinner committee chairman is Malvin Knglandcr, vice mayor of Miami Beach. Honorary chairman is Edward Silver, district attorney of Kings county, Brooklyn. N.Y, and past president of the National Council of Young Israel. Talking over the Cuban situation cl a special meeting of the Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood are (left to right) Michael Sossm, Brotherhood president; Luis V. Manrara, president of The Truth About Cuba Committee; Allen Goldberg, program chairmen, and past president of the Brotherhood; and George Govin. repatriated prisoner, who participated in the April, 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba. The four men participated in a Brotherhood session devoted to the Cuban crisis last week at Sirkin Hall. Anti-Semitism Greater Among Non Educated in Argentina Continued from Paje 1-A was interest. d not only in honoring the memory of the 3.000.000 Pi I, Jews i b> ,; "' Na i„,i ; ,i>.. in the 30.000 surviving Jews now In %  ; ;i '" 1 He -,, .. • %  > %  > the Joint l' %  •" %  ''""'' %  and • i, r rth the JDi to %  i live in .11 fields i : %  • .: also %  %  I the ititsttim in i neient syjii i, A hen S • %  '-'' % %  %  u> Poles for hell n Pol h au thoritics erect* I a emorial in thi synagogue yard for the executed p les, martin* l'< sv ml> one it the wi rid v ith a memorial for non-J' w The I'.IA ';• %  •' also visited Auschwitz and Birkenau, two ramps %  i 're than 3.000.000 Jews from various Nazi occupied countries were gassed The UJA leaders placed wreaths at the two camp sites and ;.t the monumenl m Warsaw for th< Jewish Ghetto Martyrs. The religious Jewish community in Warsaw and the Central Cultural Organization of the Jews of Poland each tendered a dinner to the American visitors, at which candid talks were given about the li'e and problems of the Jews in modern Poland. Samuel Daroff, of Philadelphia, replying on behalf of the delegation, assured the leaders of Polish Jewry of the continued interest of American Jewry in their fate. H? pledged intensified aid to strengthen Polish Jewish morale and its economic position. It was felt among visitors and hosts that the visit had greatly strengthened the ties of Polish Jewry to world Jewry, and had given the Polish Jews the feeling that they were not isolated from world Jewry. Heading the ration is JosE] ..I cha : :i ; in the survey ; beii by Edward M ral chotriMB %  %  •I bution I • airmi i \ ency, 1 oth I %  !•! 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Those who •ead two or more newspapers daily displayed the lowest degree of such feelings. Among male vouths as a group, the highest incidence of anti-Semitic feelings was found to be among those in •he 17 to 18-year bracket. The poll was taken immediately Sfter the execution last May of :f Eichmann and some of the -tions dealt with opinion about case. Most of those polled instated the belief that Israel was "not correct" in the manner in which it captured the former Nazi colonel in Argentina. The majority disagreed with the sentence against him. The poll showed that, by income groups, disapproval of the death verdict was expressed by 64 per cent of the wealthier class, 54 per cent of those in the middle income bracket and 48 per cent in the lowest economic status. The higherincome group also had a majority of 53 per cent of those who felt Israel had no right to seize Eichmann in Argentina. 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Page 8-B *Jenisii ftcridian Friday, October 26, Sinai to Prevue Jubilee Ball On Thursday evening, Nov. 1. the board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital will sponsor a cocktail party in the Place de Theatra at the Diplomat hotel. The party will be a private prevue of Mt. Sinai's Jubilee Ball to be held at the Diplomat on Saturday, Dec. 15. celebrating the anniversary dale of Mt. Sinai Hospital. The ball, according to Benjamin G. Kline, chairman, will be "to greet old friends and make new ones for Mt. Sinai. The event."" he adds, "will commemorate, for the hospital and for the community, 13 yearof sharing the responsibility of healing all who come to its loors regardless ol race, color, creed or the ability to pay." Plans of the ball to be reported at the cocktail parly will be given by subchairmen Mrs. Leonard Friedland and John Poulos. decorations; Mrs Jerry Blank, entertainment; Mrs. Inez Krensky. gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, reception; Dr. Lester A. Russin, sttering; Ernest Janis and Carl Weinkle. tickets; and Leonard Wien. journal. Rabbi Caplan Airs Foreign Policy "Our foreign policy has become the sacred cow of American politic.-.'" Rabbi Jonah Caplan declared in a statement here this week. "The errors of one administration become the policies of [he next administration, and this means we , Kasha Soup. flee KASHA COOKtOOKI Ja :t add-ess roqjest to: Phjllu Walrf, Penn Yan, N. Y. The Courier Politics in the air already for nexl year's councilmanic sweepstakes in Miami Beach and the biennial mayoralty showdown in North Miami Beach. In the latter city. A. J. (Stumpy Kaplan is building up s iipport tor a second bid for the city's top post. Kaplan formerly headed the Beach .laycees On the other side of the causeway. former Mayors D Lee Powell and Harold Shapiro rate early favoritism, jlcng with incumbents Melvin Richard and Marcie l.ibcrman. Readying lor .. second try is Ted Cohen, and Hal Hertz is girding lor a fourth effort. Darkhorses include attorney Paul Grand, past commander of the Jewish War Veterans, and hotelman Sam I.achnian Dr Irwin II. Bloek ol Miami Beach, president elect of the Florida Podiatry Assn.. elated at visit to meeting of the Dade and Broward County Podiatr\ Societies by this contingent of top feet: Dr. James Lieberman, of Atlanta, chief and director of the national medical BUdio-visual facility of the Public Health Service; Dr. Benjamin C. Mullens, of Bmghampton. N.Y.. national president: Gerald C.earty. executive secretary of the American Podiatry Assn.; and Dr. Marvin Shapiro, of Toledo, chairman of audiovisual education for the national group. Session was held at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Col. Mitchell Wolfson. of Wometco. past president of the Theatre Owners of America, is honorary chairman and Mrs Wolfson honorary women's chairman for 15th annual conclave of the group, slated Nov. 6 at the Americana hotel Miami Window Corp. president. Robert Russell, is the new president of the Architectural Aluminum Manufacturers Assn. Mrs. Louie Bandel. president of the Shenandoah Elementary School PTA. convinced her husband. Louie, to be on a panel on "Americanism vs. Communism." He's the former Miami city commissioner Elected regional vice president of the National Shoe Manufacturers Assn. is Alfred Gerd, president of Miami's Allure Shoe Corp. Hank Meyer planning to expand his public relations operation into Europe Lee Howard. Surfside councilman, has authored a humorOUS new book on politics County National Bank of North Miami Beach, which has Beach attorney Milt Mamber and insurance executive Al Savage on its board, readying an opening on NE 167th st. + Jack Levrant, secretary ol Collectors Club of Miami Beach, reports the stamp trading group meets on second and fourth Mondays f each month Miami Beach's Charles Jacobi was named presidenl of the Southern Apparel Exhibitors Board members include Mike Roth. Mike Feldman. Robert Wemstem. Maurice I.uxenberg and Murray Sonnett Starting his 25th year as a funeral director, the past 15 years with Riverside Memorial Chapels, is Leonard Zilbert. recently named a vice president of the organization Michael Sossin readying major announcement on opening of a kosher senior citizens hotel in Miami Beach, in addition to his Blackstone retirement residence operation ... I.aura Zeldin. of Cutler Ridge, won one of the prizes in the recent annual art contest sponsored by the City of Miami Beautification Committee. Members of the committee include Ronald Lipton. Dr. Irving Gordon. Helen Alpert. Charles R. Ashmann and Lewis Goodman Dr. David Klein begins his fourth year as leader of the Shakespeare Reading Circle at the Miami Public Library Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. He and Mrs KJein just returned from an around the world trip Mrs. Philip Kopelman. of North Miami Beach, has been named fund-raising coordinator for the Florence Crittenton Home of Dade County, seeking to build a suitable home for unwed mothers in this area Mert Maden. president of Madden and Smith Aircraft Corp.. will meet members of the Carriage Club caravan in Colorado Springs for this weekend's University of Miami defeat of Air Force by a 28-14 -core Mrs Malvin Englander. Democratic state committeowoman. predicts that Dade will give Democratic candidates thumping 21 victory margins, with voting interest soaring as a result of the Cuban crisis Mayor Sidney King, of Surfside. up and around again, leading campaign to pass Surfside compost plant bond issue Nov. fj Mrs. Tommy Gerard and Ben Grenalds in "Early Bloomers set for Saturday eveninq, Oct. 27 and Nov. 3. at Temple Beth Sholom. Director is Bob Brenner, with music by Bob Rosen 'Early Bloomers' At Beth Sholom Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom is presenting an original musical comedy. "Early Bloomers." this Saturday and again next Sat urday. Nov. 3. Curtain time in the Temple auditorium will be 8:30 p.m. The show, with lyrics and music b) Bob Rosen, is being directed by Bob Brenner Cast members are Mrs Stanley Arkm. Mrs. Tommy Gerard. Leon I'nyer, Mike Cooper. Joe I'ardo. Stan Halper, Mrs. Bennett Lee. Sam Siavin and Albert Sadowsky. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Marvin Cooper Tickets may also be purchased at the Temple office. Breath of life Chapter Breath of Life chapter. Chil. dren's Asthmatic Research I:. %  tute and Hospital, will hold its nual Halloween party Saturday evening at Temple Zamora. Them %  will be "Cleopatra. Anthonv and a NiLiht on the Nile." Chairman i Mrs. Milton Katz. Phi Sigs Will Plan Luncheon Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami will hold its regU lar monthly meeting Thursday evening. Nov. 1. in the home of Mrs Marvin Gross. 231 NE 192nd St. Dr. Florence Denmark, iirand archon. and Mrs Harreyette Deck elbaum, first vice tram! archon, of national Phi Sigma Sigma, will be guests. Plans for the 13th annual dessert luncheon to be held at the Fon tainebleau hotel will be ditCUSSed Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Irwin Potash, and all furuls raised are used for young scientist scholarships. Special Matinee At Grove Theatre A special ladies matinee ol the French fane. Tajama Top-, starring June Wilkinson. John \ and Cliff Halle, will be presented Sunday. 2:30 p.m., at the Cocon.it Orove Playhouse, with women ad* mitted for half price Producer Zev Bufman and theater operator Martin Capian -.> "First to call the box oftice Hill get the seats available at hall pi for next Sunday afternoon'performance." "I'ajama Tops." now in it> thiri week, has been playing to -ell out crowds every night, but a few are available lor next Sunday's I matinee Gil Rappaport To be Honored Lews B. Rudnick. of Coral '".nhlos. national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, announced Wednesday that tInclosing banquet oi the 25th annual conference of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America at the Diplomat hotel on Nov 25 will honor Gil Rappaport. utive director oi the region, lor ten years <: service to the organi-l Rudnick said that the I anquel has • nd of the which will m all itheasl The r she kill bring I the < sing -• --ioi I the conl lai Zioi i-i ;,. : munity l< from the n %  atti Rappaport. who is a graduate attorney, attended the University cf Louisville and the University o' Kentucky. He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau, University of Kertucky chapter; and Z A.M., Uriwersity cf Kentucky, scholastic fraternity. While at the University, he was chairman of the young adult division of the UJA, was president of Hillel Foundation, ar.d organizer and first president of the Campus chapter of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America. He was also a member of Beta Tau Chi social fraternity of University of Louisville, and president of the Debating Club. • has been a resident of ch for thi past past presi leni B< K Ma sad He vice chairman of the Zionisi Youth I Of I South Florida Zioi mcil. In : npletion ol five years with the ZOA, R ;>.>rt u as av irde I a tri] by the .%  utheast regioi ..... ., ol ZOA membi r tour of Israel and [hi reunifies of Bui Cotillion Set At Beth Shirah First session of Cotillion al Temple Beth Shirah will be held on Sunday at 5 p.m Dance instructors for the 20 boys and -iris will be Mr and Mrs. Robert Mandell The Cotillion program will include instruction in the social -rae,-. as well as in classical and modern dancing. Classes are open to seventh. eight and ninth made students, ami registration will continue all through November, as well as at the first session on Sundaj chairmen of the Sisterhood Cotillion committee are yirs \.,t Meltzer and MrDavid Markenson Follow the sun to Library Now Open s new h Baj Libi u opened its : M ,; irters mmunitj Center oi C dlins Florist Offers Exhibition Murr mon Auxiliary, Jewish War '. Tut evening at the Mil • j ( 3737 I Cora, Gables I a flor/f exhibit by Elton Edelman Brown Buckuhtat Croats ,-. Woffll -is-iSoup Follow the fun to the Sheraton* Aviv, at the glittering resortt of Israel's sun-dazzled Med raneancoast. Balcomedgues! re coal air-conditioning, terras. nimg pool, fabulous food seeing, gala nightlife at your For reservations, call you' agent or nearest Sheraton 1 In Miami call PL 4-1667 SHERATGK; IM Ml SCIAl QISCOWT RATK-M*. uno-"



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Page 2-A itmtid) ft-r-rirfinr Friday, October 26. 1962 Israeli Diplomat to Arrive Here Friday For Miami Beach Histadrut Conference of service as Israel's ranking mo suit in the United States. baa ed in top Zionist and positions in Germany Consul General Israel will arrive David Tesher of here Friday M Discussing plans for the 10th anniversary conference of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami are left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Na=h and Mcshe Beirnan. executive director of the committee. The Noshes left for Israel prior to the one-day conclave, scheduled Sunday at the Seville hotel after helping arrange for the visit here of Israeli Consul Gen. David Tesher. While in IsrcV. they will dedicate a major contribution to the Histadrut Kupat Holirr.. Argentine to Halt Anti• Sm'tism Continued from Page 1-A of the Cabinet, as well as President Jost Mario Guido. said the Argentine chief of state had given him "Strong assurances" that the Government would act "firmly" to protect its Jewish citizens as io their physical safety as well as to their political rights "The President said," Katz reported, 'that he personally instructed police authorities to see to it that there would be strict enforcement of the law against antiSemitic vandalism and violence." Among others with whom the B'nai B'rith leader met. and from JAC03 SCHACHTER Pioneer Yiddish Broadcaster CELEBRATING 31 YEARS ON THE AIR PROGRAM IS HIARD TWICE WEEKLY SUNDAY 2 P.M. FRIDAY 4:15 P.M. 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Aramburu expressed conficsne* that, as a resuit cf cVMtifirMonal dec sions recently taken by the Argentinian Government, stabili*y wot ; be reestablished in the country following the general elections scheduled for next year. Declaring that the anti-Semitic totalitarian groups in his country were "a tinyminority" led by "obwuu-ly abnormal people." the former Argentine Presioent sari suppression of anti-Semitism was "in ubstance a poiice porblem. wkicb could be dealt w.th without difficulty on short order Shalom Cruise Plans as Usual It was bu-iness as usual Wednesday in the Miami Beach headquarters of Zim Lines, as preparations v ere completed for the arrival here Nov 4 of the SS Jerusalem Akiva Goffer, vice president of American-Israeli Shipping Co. iFla.). Inc. said his office is in constant communication with United States authorities, and "there has been absolutely nothing done or said to alter plans for the gala Caribbean cruises of the Jerusalem." Reservations are being acceptel for all cruises, including the 12day Shalom Cruise on N'ov 9 to 20 sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Assn. They may be ma le at the Zim offices, 407 Lincoln R bldg. Goffer added that no shipping line in the area, including Zim. contemplated changing its scheduled itineraries. He said that in the event I'.S. State Departme.v J ; thorities inform Zim othei money for reservations made JI any of the Israeli line's cru %  • would be promptly refunded morning to take part in ? series ;„ %  ttvi ies ce^brating the 10th an niversary of the foun:in of the lifM "Histadrut "VWmmittee f Grea'er Miami, according to J. Z. Stadlan. president The Israeli diplomat will be fet.1:30 a.m., Sunday, at a special breakfast meeting at the Delano hotel >f the Business and Profess!c-r>*| C tuncil for Kupat Holim Histadrut in Greater Miami. MrAnna Brenner Meyers, new chairman )f the Council, will be host Tesher will be 'he guest of honor and principal speaker at the a -rtuai conference of the Israel Histadrut Committee at the Sevilla hotel. Ht will speak at a noon luncheon Sunday on current deve'opments in the State of Israel. Rabbi Leon Kronish is chairmar of the one-day conclave. ih Temple Be?h SSolom spiritual ssdsr is honorary chairman 3 : via Israel Histadrut Committee. \ .i i gntertainment program cofeaturing Mr. and Mrs Michl Gib a-. : Miss Carol Donn will be presented during the luncheon projra • % %  Miss Donn. it Miami Beach, who has traveled throughout the United Stated, ."a::j.ia, Japan, the PhilipChoi Chapter Oneg Shabbat Jhai chapter. B'nai 3'nth Women, will hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, 3:30 p m at Washington Federal Savings and Loan \-.r: 1235 Washington ave. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of District 5. B'nai B'rith Women Also on the program as a speak%  r will be Irving Sehauman. past president of Miami Beach Lodge of 3'nai B'rith. s sery. governing Israel. He was director of in?!? mation for the Israel Ministry d pines and Korea in her work, war Foreign Affairs during the soprano soloist at Radio City Music' crisis. i Hall. She has appeared on Arthur Sioaj Godfrey's television show, and won lirst prize in Florida in the Metropolitan Opera auditi ons Mlcnl Gibson is a noted interpreter of Jewish songs and poetry, and is celebrated for his pantomine and satire. He is one of the renowned stars of the Yiddish thea ter in America. Rabbi Kronish will report on progress in plans for the new medical center in Beersheba. capital city of Israel's Negev desert region. The S200.000 center is the major project of Hista rut in Greater Mi ami. Rabbi Kronish pointed out there will be no fund-raising at any nf Sunday's functi S Assisting Rabbi Kronish with conference arrangements are J. Z Stadlan, trvirg Sachs, Dr. Nathaniel ;orotf. Dr. Isaac Unterman, Max Hechf, Dr. Simon Wilensky. Max Astor, Mrs. Miriam Halperin, Sam Jackson, Harry Sachs, Simon Tenenbaum, and Joseph Rabin. Hundreds of delegates from the Poale Zion. Farband. Pioneer Women and other Labor Zionist organizations are expected to attend the 10th anniversary conference Reservations may be made at the Histadrut office. 600 Lincoln id Tesher. a veteran of five years %  *&<#t TERMITES WORK All YEAR AROUND Urlcin for MM sake at your horn* LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS AllY PICK-UPS New York, New j.. •V. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Waik %  • %  ton, Boston all other points DIAL JE 8-83S3 M. llebermi* & Sow 1204 WASHINGTON AVE., MB. WE INSTALL CLASS FOR EVERY P1'RK>OSE S10f FRONT PUTI AND WINDOW GLASS Furniture Taps, Btvrled Mirreri ana teiiiveriaa Our Specialty L1G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 13* S.W. It* ST. 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rri d0y. O ctober 26, 1962 +Jmistifhridiari Peg* 3-B of the hostess committee f^r the Festival of the Arts dinner disloi the event which will take place ie For.tainebleau hotel. From left Wemkle, Mrs. George Goldberg, Halpeiin, Mrs. Murry Koretzky. M Sun Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. The event will be held under the auspices of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds, with Mrs. Jack Katzmcn as chairman end Mrs. Emil Morton as chcirman cf the Dior-Isrcel fashion presentation. louse of Dior to Salute Israel in Style; ludith Mazor Due at Fashion Festival The H of Dior salutes the Itat, iel This is the story ique Dior Israel col, ill he featured at l-i..el Festival of the ins Sunday night at the I hotel, it was pointed lack Katzman. chair [srael Bond Women's [i whose auspices the IM held n ,, gesture of encouragement i lulation to Israel's bur • ,mil fashion indusrld's most renowned I. i has created a group most of them made Marc Bohan, ii i designer, di rtion of the collecht new ensembles li i b) Israel's most turier Lola Beer are special designs of handloomed fabrics by Ma-kit. mainly created by Finy l.eitersdorf; furs by the Houses of Stefan Braun and Neulander; knitwear by Aled and Klanit: and couture type beach ensembles by Cot lex The Israeli fabrics being used by Dior wen designed by Maskit. Laglom. and lsser dreenfeld and Sons. TV Dior Israel collection had its world premiere in Paris, at the Avenue Foch mansion of the Baron Kdmond de Rothschild, the European preside..: of the Israel Bond Organ'tation. It is the seventh ot the annual fashion >h"ws that haw toured some HO American and Ci .: %  adian communities under the spices ot the :-; a< I Bond dine It i> anticipated that the DiorIsrael i ... ctioi th first ii I:\RVS TOM CONTINcNTAl ing, Men & Women 25 years. 5 Miami Ave. PR 3-9182 £ptrt l %  rations. SIS WILLENS i 1 v itrs you to se?e DECOR IN PAPER 'I RSONALIZED • A INVTATlONS occ.ision PL 9-3975 any time """"^ 4 4 4 Scam< 'fss formerly on Giralda Avenue < E*>-ERT ALTtRATIONS Will MRS. DEMETRY "-own Coral Gables 4 HI 3 1211 J 3*60 S* 23rd Terrace ..-] EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS p b. FR 9-401 WTHO00X CONGREGATION ""*' B 'a l, "eks retired mon to act BAAl KOREH. '* for information P.O.B. 182, "<•" %  Beach 39, Fla., or Call JE 8-2035 WIDOW WOULD LIKE TO SHARE P 'ite Horn, in SW Section """ Another Lady. Cfl ll HI 3-3693 k • ir which the House of Dior has i\ir participated, will achieve unprecedented success. MrKmil Morton is chairman Of the Dior-Israel fashion presentation Israel's beauty queen for 1962-G3. who scored notably as a finalist in the Miss Universe contest held in Miami in July, returns to the scene of her triumph this weekend to take part in the Miami Israel Festival of the Arls dinner as commentator for the Dior-Israel fashion presentation. A '"Savra." Judith Mazor was bom is; >ears ago in Tel Aviv, just four year;betore the establishment of the state. A high school graduate, >he majored in foreign lanRUaget and is fluent in English. French and Spanish, in addition to her nativt Hebrew. She intend^ t.> ci : tinu her studies at the Hebrew ; versity with emphasis on 111 Thi i i eaut) the i, • K father and I rkisl mother who is a beSuty in her already turned dow! er of movie i iffers Fi etion of her U.S eturn to 1st I entei • !hi i Won f Israel for :. i ::: triun | I %  i | • ntesl Miss Is %  has i est appearances for M om< n's group: ehall Stah • •' I Bonds Emanu-EI PTA Installs Officers Mrs. Seymour Alterman has been installed as new president of the religious school l'TA of Ti -iiiple Emanu-EI. At the installation ceremonies at the North Branch School, the chairman of the evening was Mrs. Milton Feller After thanking Mrs. Elliot Harris, outgoing president. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. spoke on "Traditon vs. Superstition." "A program of activity, bringing the faculty, parents and children into closer harmony.'' is being planned by Mrs. Alterman. A PTA board meeting presided over by the new officers will be held at the Temple's Sirkin Hall on Nov 1-1 at 10 a.m. Mrs Philips Brooks is the new membership vice president, and other new officers are Mrs. Paul Blumherg. recording secretary, and Mrs. Ronald Ager, social secretary Women Sponsor Sunday Social Tilereth Israel Si>terhood will sponsor games party on Sunday at 7:30 p m.. in the social hall. 6500 N. Miami ave Hostesses are Mrs Harry Lerner. Mrs. Joseph Saul. Mrs Bertha tow an. and Mrs. Joseph Jarlow. (in Monday evening, the Sisterhood held a regular meeting in the social hall. MRS. StYMOVR AITERMAN Beth David Ladies Launch Cotillion Beth David Sisterhood this \ eek announced the inauguration ol its annual Senior Cotillion classes In addition to it.social and structional aspects, the program also provides the Sisterhood ith an additional source of income Mrs. Louis Spector and Mrs Mack are co-chairmen of the project, an.l jointly announced th.selection Of Don Yinton. of the E en ROC hotel, as dance instructor Next meeting will take place at Beth David Congregation on day at 7 p.m. South Florida's Most Complete Department Stores • MIAMI • MIAMI BEACH • 163rd ST. • FT. LAUDERDALE • WEST PALM BEACH • t:£. T FUl NEW DA^EIAND ', :,l Call i Taken in Gen. Moshe Dayan's garden? in Zahala, Isuel, this :s one of the B] tacular models of the Israeli portion ol the Dior-Israel collection. Designed by Lola Beer, this Empire-line evening dress !s in yellow crepe, incorporating large splashes ci silver flowers. The same material lines the lemon faille evening matching coat. The creation is among fashions to be shown Sunday at the Miami-Israel Festival cf the Arts. Appei Fund Drive To Wind up Here Great* i Miami Worm n Auxil ,..:\. .'.i : %  sh Home for th< \ged. group will meet next Tuesday noon in th> Rubaiyal room <.f the Ugh rs hotel. Mrs. Sol Silverman. honorary presidt • t, will give the invocation. Mrs Lawrence Silverman, president, will give the address of welcome The meeting will culminate the Sidnej Appel Medical Fund rjriv oi which Mrs, Charlotte Katz is chain Uemb rs are request,. %  Ippel m< heal booklets, \ al ial %  prizes will be %  .i Progrc -11 the Auxil arj parti, ipation in the new building fund drive will be reported by Mrs. Sol ... md (hairma Invitations to the social taking pli \ ; 29 at the Deau\ llle hot* I, nonall Lift Givei and Share ers ol the n %  fund, tril uted. SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 PERSONAL FLCRAL CONSULTANT FFAIR tc REMEMBER BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach There IS a : •• i -lowers TRY OURS WEDDINGS-BAR rkVTZVAMS-GARDEN PARTIES BIRTHDAY ANNVERSARY & HOSPITAL BOUQUETS ERIE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Rabbi Shapiro on Television a an N Shapiro will participate in a telecast ol the •Jewish Worship Hour on ch 10, VYLBW. this Sunday, 11 a m His topic will be "The Essentials of I lie." Rabbi Shapiro Ispiritual leader f Leth David I ation DADE COUNTY'S NEWEST AND fINEST FACILITY j-^aunelto COXVALESCENT HOME Complete care for bed end ambulatory patient*. 24-hour H.N. care, dieleticaily controlled meale. 100'c air-conditioning and heated. Your Inspection Invited. 7600 SW 8th ST., Miami, ri. Modesto Otero, Administrator At Palmetto By-Pass Telephone 226-2525



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%  HP kiday. October 26, 1962 jtw; #. flmridUan Page ISA LEG At MOT ice -_ -nuNTY JUDGE'S COURT ', T "V 3 FOR OAOE COUNTY. |N / ,DA. IN PROBATE No 5/201-C \ r ~ CI TO CREOITORS ... .. „ m i A" Persons Huv1 ,,. .. ,-, iAgainst Said I-" %  „> notified ami •' %  .,„ in) taems and ''•'• ,„ m i) nave igani-t HARRY K HUMAN de, [,,1'. •unity. Florida, 'i ..... 11 „ !•,.!• Co'un%  lie same In their offli ea ',"' Co il — '" l)ad j., Kin "lx cal.-ndai ,,,. M If the first the same will E H ROTHetAM K.N II ; ,S\ .V KESSLBR Ml : 1Q/>.|| la-M „ THt COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT N ,N AV" 'OR 3AD€ COUNTY. F.C^'DA N PROBATE No. 57M-e : -TKWART. lfc NC : 'cE TO CREOITORS ... ,.i AI Persona Hav....„ m Vgatnsi Bald ii. i and rain -talma .mil den ., hare against ... RT M STEWART ,.( ....iCounty, Flor• Fudges ..' I >ad. iim in their ,.Court house In I i. 'A ithin .-IN calof 111HUM rAMGW %  the dal II her • if, or Hi:INX IK H VTBINKLE Bxeci A KKSSl.ER • 1>| S-12-1S -of OLNTY JUOGE'S COURT IN \r FOR OAOE COUNTY. Ft I -.DA. IN PROBATE No. 55448-A !l \M'KKU. JTlCfc C : INTENTION TO MAKE >PUC• -named decs I) .• KM.'! %  I. 1 %  ••',.' %  s L'RSIN %  I > %  .-!,.-> i i: 12-19-26, 11 2 THE COUNTY JLDJE'S COURT |IN A\r FOR D4DE COUNTY. FL.^R DA. IN PROBATE No. 57227S • ,.| |BI \ WIN i. ..-.SI:NT NO. -E TO CREDITORS • ind Ml Penrons Hnv \_ilnat Sal l property nnwas in the shall lrethe propert) %  old to the LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE II t %  notified and re• '.' inj %  iainih and ive .gain il M II bl It, IIKXJAM1N JOSSRM I rADE .•.•limy. Fl< .-i idgi of i lade %  "•• ir duplU'ulc hied in Section TSJ.lS, '• In their offli as m thouae In Dade Connihln .-i\ alendar months thl first piihttr.itliin %  niiii i„, barred. iml Florida, this 17th \ l •. l!2. HI "• UF.TTA JORSEM '.K\. utl l\ N VRRER %  e> -.\.. utl i\ 1: Mlain Reach. H in S-iJ. ig.si [HE C RCUIT COURT OF THE H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LORlDA N AND FOR OAOE C01N7V IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10472 SAVINUH HANK OF % %  M:W VORR • ri ,I n Hi I.N MNSKKV and I A IKS o r AMERICA •OTICE OF SUIT MNSKKV s i IN KNOWN: the use of said defen•I and alive, and If inknown heirs, devls'• %  ''* naalKi %  llenora, UHteea ,r othei elalm"a b>, tlirouKh. under inj .,r tii,, H i,„v,, • '"lain, |ii, ar, di IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C PCUIT OF FLORIDA. ,N AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1J56S \\ I.. 3 : iDKRAL iAVINOS AND LOAN \ --'' : v -N Plaintiff, FIN I.H:Y JI -NK-. Tr latee II mkruptcy, r I • *'TT u %  la IBBI K Si' I"'' hi U SAM["EL i'i >HES in 1 l' i.!-N '' 'I' EN his wife Ml I the Um %  • 3TATfS8 (F AMERICA, Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT TO T I > SCOTTf in.I il" H I St> -T I*. I' a Ife REWDEN "E INKNIWN l>. SAMUEL !OHGN •• I'i i! J.Y I MM EN, niv Ife, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN, f HI i if lead, •' unknon n heirs, devi -. frarteea laalgn..... lienora, ,-reditora. u*uateea ,,r ithei ." ; liming bj, through, undei if uialiia iny ,-f the ... ive nan I I la ta who r ,. tecea le I v u ir.herebj notified that the ibove %  iptloned ictlon hn '• ten B It ii.-1 ifalnal %  "i In %  :, • • %  ELEVEN in .' %  .; %  Florida it ... n VMI: •...,!•, \ • %  %  lose i % %  .:,.: ipon ... ... | re Lot 18 • Second Addltloi to Carol City • >Mliujt to ie Plat ... | i II ,., %  -.. ft :. Publ o K.-.' • i. .f ii..i,County, Florida. %  • %  %  A •' IE W ishing M loh ne Mo l-l N %  v\ \IOR HE Dr er Model Nii.vmoR. •.' Tub encloaHI .-.-. \ ei %  •' Ian I lllndj in i Pi n area Roda Yon .a• %  %  i I to flli your inIWI to tiff I %  %  llnl •> i*h th CterR ol tile Uorei. .' Com I md eerve %  ipj thei eof n att.rn.i. MARTIN FINE, 14th I in.ie i -I ral Blda Mini lor J 1 I not later than Movembei M ir l lecree P •,..,.. %  Dated %  • • ; !•: B LBATHBRMAN %  •!• -k of the Ii eult C irl taeal) B) C P JOPRLAND I >. : i, i MARTIN FINE Attorney f.>Pla nl t itn Floor D tde Fe i-m H' l*. Mi*lJ2. Florida ..,.,.,,. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN that the underslgne I, dealrlng to engage In buelneaa under the ficlltloua namea ..r Ceaoook Lumber and Supply Company: Peacock Lumber and Supply i •.. it 1015 r luuglaa Road, M laml, Intenda ; i register said namea with the Clerk • %  '' the Circuit Court of I lade Co inty, Floi Ida. I'LACUCK LI MBER COMPANY a l-'la. I', r|i I SI Mi >.N HAYS .-:\.. ,,\ of your Anawer ..r the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffAttorney, LAW OFFICES OF i STANLEY l. I:\INK. .... gouthweal Second Avenue, Miami 36, 1'ioi. la %  PR -1681) and file the original Anawer or Pleading in the • the Clerk of the Circuit court HI or before th.ISth da) of %  • : • : If you fall to do aoi Judgment 05 lefault will be taken agalnal you for the relief demanded in the mil of Complaint, Thla notli shall %  %  publlahed once each week for four consecutive weeka in THE I E\\ ISH Kl.i IR1DIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. .... thla Uh la) ,,i i k'tober, A.D. itn E i EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida leeal) Bi K M. I.YMA.N DePUt) I'lerk LAW "l"l ICES OF I. STANLEY LKV1NE 100 SW in I A wnue Ml HI i '. %  .. i-la -Kit i-liw: H LYLE D. LIEBERMAN Atl II % %  -) %  t Plaintiff 10 It-lv-M, ll 2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20Q18 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Martin Moigenxtern. holder of County Tax Sale Certificate No J487 Issued the 1st day of June. A.D, IM0, has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed tk-i Page J.SJ.. In the County of Hade. State of Florida. The assess nt of said del the said certificate name of Ethel L, I.aria Unless said certificate deemed aocordiiu; t-. In described herein will be highest bidder at the Court House door on th.first Monday in the month ,,( November, ]'.••' %  .!. which is the Sth 'lay ,,f No\ellll,,-l. {'*•". Hated this '.'th day of Sel-t. rnlor I Ml B |i LBATHBRMAN, i l.-ik of circuit C.urt. Hade (seal) Counter, Florida By R M LEBPER, H.-putv Clerk IO/S-12-lv-U IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. J7210C IN UK Estate of BENJAMIN MILLER 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person. Having Claims .T llemand* Agalnal Sii'l Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claim* and lemanda which you may ha •• agalnal the estate of Benjamin Miller deceased late of I'I-I.' Countv. Florida. to the county Judges of HadCounty, and file tiie same in dupia ..ie and an provided In Section 7s.l'i, Florida statutes. In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months tr.-in the time of the first Duplication hereof, or the same will i, barred Hated at Miami. Florida, this 1st day of October, A.D 1982. I.Ki'N A EPSTEIN \s Executor First publication of 'hi* notice on the sth day ,.' October, 19J LEON A EPSTEIN s ttornej for Executor 4-.'ii Lincoln ltd M P. Fla in 5-H-19-M ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewist Fh>ridHai7 solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal w rates Oinl I It 3-4605 ior messenger terries Inkni \\. • • 1... %  notified that the Il n has lieen 111 "' you in thCln-uit K.LBVENTH Judicial •In In and for BADE • mortgagi upon %  i 'bed re ii propert) : • ii SCOTT LAKE ->;•' rii'.N six. accord l lat thereof, r. orded "I '. • at Pane n of "'ds of Hade f.[ ur ""together wit* .. %  • t.. ni.. your an• 'iildaint with the •t,.,es:,i,| CoUM, alld !,„' "'•'*-. Miami St, Florida Novembei 19, I9! or a "'•-so win |„. entered %  ict. i: n 1 i IK, 19(2 > I HERMAN ,1. I L '-•*->! A A 'h-Circuit Court P COPELAND k |. 1 >J[ e ut > flork \ %  Plaintiff lt-M, 11 2-U IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. S7170B IN RK Estate of JACOB BERNSTEIN ls.i >wi as JACK BERNSTEIN, Deceased NOTICE TO CRKOITOR3 To All Credltoi .ml All '" •" Havi ins: claims or Heine:.!against Sd i Estate Y'ou are lier.%  notified in] required to present anj talma, inn Iemands iiiih you may lu %  the estate of JACOB BERNST N also known is JACK 1RNSTEIN deceased late if Dade • oui FlorIda. to the Count] Judgei County, and file the %  ime n duplicate and .;•: 8 %  '• Florid i Statui In %  • he Countv C tv. Florida Ithlti six %  iton lar i ontl %  • from the time if the Ilr ll p hereof, or the -.ime will be barred Dated it Miami, Florida, thla !7tn dsy of September, A I i". FANNIE BE tNSTI N A-. Executr \ Frlsl pub il f thla n ii a the ai. d .. if < ictober, I9CI Myers, Helir tn, Kapl in 1 • MI Attorneya for Executrix 1150 tf.V* i -• -• %  eei 10 S-12-1 •%  -' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HBREBY HVEN that the undersla ie I, I all aa to enga business BEACMONT APARTMENTS it 1940 Blarrlti Drive, Miami Be/a intend t-. i -,i %  lid rial Clerk of the "Ire ill Com I of 111 i i 'Minn Fl MICHAEL l\ IN MILDRED .' \l(oM\ I r/.. S1LV1 %  CBR Attorne I :: .,1 lito; M, .Ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N .11 'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of rERRY KK/ PERSONNEL at IBtM Building. North Miami Beach, Florida Intenda to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade ,' mnty, i-i..: i i. TERESA Ol ll'LDEN S >le Owner 10 5-12-13 16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY No. S2C 10980 IOANN I'INAN. Plain tiff, v. IOHN I I'INAN. Defen I m' SUIT FOR OIVORCE TO IOHN J FIN AN i>i i lint.in Avenue Bro iklyn !<. New York You. JOHN J KINAN are hereby notified that i BUI of Complaint for Dlvor -• has I,--TI filed against you. ii. I \ ,-i ire ro*.|uired to seri e a copy if your Answer .-i Pleading to the Bin of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, MELVIN FINN, sio BIsoayne Building, Miami. Fla., and file th.original Anawer or Pi.-a.iing In the offl • -f the Clark -f the Circuit Court "ii oi Ii,I uh da) %  >( November, 1962, otherwise the allegations of said '' inl will be talon imfeea %  1 by you. This nonce ..... ue published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. : > iNE AND in '! %  •'• i-:i> .this 11th day of October, A D. 1961 B. B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk, %  ourt, i. .a. i ...in -. i-1 uida B) K M I.YMA.N Deputy I "lerk MKI.VIN FINN •". %  Rlscayne BIdg • r tintlff 10/19-26. 11/2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10569 THE WILLIAMSBl'ROH SAVINGS HANK. Plaintiff, FINIJSY JONES, Trust.-.in Bankruptcy. JOSEPH I. SHAW and CATHERINE Q. SHAW hiwife, VICTOR VASILESKI and IRMA \ASII-KSKI hia wife, and the I'NITED STATES OJ AMERICA, Defendants, %  *">*eic r ~ r %  ni'"' To: JOSEPH L. S"HAW and CATHI'.UI.'I, .. .-> 1....-.1 0. L'NKNOWN If alive and if dead the unknown heir.-, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors. creditors, trustees or Other claimants claiming by, tin..nth. undei oi agalnsl an) of th,above named defendants who are deceased. You are hereb) notified thai the above captloned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit Court of the ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for DADE County to tor.-cios. a mortgag. the follo Ing d< -. i Ibi d •.' properts Lot 13, Block 51 FIR8T ADDITION TO CAROL CITY according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 60, Pag.is ol the Public Records of Hade Countx. Florida Y'ou are required to file your answer to plaintiffs complaint "ith the ci.-rk ,,i th.aforesaid Court, and serve a com thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Flooi Hade Federal BIdg Miami It, Florida not lat.-r than Novembei 19, 19*2 ,a a Decree Pro Confesso will ht entered against you. I ..ated: • ict,,I,,r 16, 1962. E. II LEATHERM \N < 'lerk of th. Cii. ull Curt (seal) By: C. P. COPELAND Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINK Attorne) for Plaintiff Htli Floor Had.Federal BIdg. Miami 11, Florida in 19-26, 11 2-9 11 %  : I de •", -ii ii tv. Fl.,ri< MORRIS LAP1DCS HAItol.H LIBBMAN s..|e i iwners CYPBN SALMON Attorneys for Applicants Arthur Qodfrej Pool lo 12-19-26, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enf business undei th.fictitious nam< of March. nt. Perkins. Cook and Schenerlein at M101 Blscaym Ruildlna Miami, Fla.. intend to register said name w it h the t 'lei k ..! til. Court of Dade County, Florida, MARCHANT AND PERKINS PROFESSIONAL ASStHMATII IN, (a Fla Coi p i in 19-26, ll :.'-•< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring to engaa business undei the tutuI,.us nam MillST BROS H VKBRY u Ml s Mil Street. Miami. Florida intends register said nam. with th. Clerk the circuit Courl ••! Dade Con Honda AI .ilST BAKERY, INC. i a Fla i'. rp I ARTHl'R AIC.I ST Attorney for Applicant (07 Alnale) BIdg in ni.-j.i. ii -2-9 that W. of 111. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10181 MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL BAVINOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a I UH .i Statea oorporettien, Plaintiff. \s JODY HERRMANN, el al i % fsndants NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JODY HERMANN and IIICHARD in: KM ANN. he, husband Yid" ARE HERBBV notified that rail hat been filed in the above styled Court to foreclose that certain m.rtgage gi\en l.y GREEN THISTLE INC.. :•• M1W1I BEACH FEDERAL KAVINUS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION dated March 13, 1957, r. corded March 14, 1967 undei Clerk's Ml,No. UO-4412-i, of the Public Records ..f Hade County, Florida, against the following Sescrlbed property, lyingj ami being m bade County, Florida. to-wlt: Is,i j in HI... k :;:, ,.f IVES ESTATES SECTION I, according to the Plat thereof, recorded lo Plat Book 10 at Pagi 79 of slu Publii Recorda %  >( Had.County, Florida You are required to serve copy of your answer or pleading ..n the Plaintiff's attorneys, Meyer. Weiss, Roeen .v Rose, U'T Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original anawer In the Office of the i'lerk of the circuit Court -.ii <.i before the %  ',th da) of November, 1962; otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confessed b) you. Hated at Miami. Hade County, Florida tin:'.r,l das of October, i:<2. E B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk (seal) B) I. SNEEDEN Deputy cierk 10. 5-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57321-C I.N RE Estate of MARGARET BEROER 11. ceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pel-ons Having Claims <>r I'.-mands Against Said Estate: You are hereb) notified and required to present any claimand demands which you ma) have aJNMnst the estat MARCARET lu-agBKR deceased late of Made Count), Florida, to the County Judges ol Dad* Count.v. and file the -anie In their ,,1'fices in thCounty Courthouse In I 'ail.Count), Florida, with six calendar months from thdate of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred ESTELLR MllJ.KR BERNSTEIN & Mil.I.Hi; B) Milton Miller. Attorney Cngr. -.Building Mia ml, Flot (da M IS-1-W, ll/J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10566 THE WILLIAMSBl'ROH SAVINOS BANK. Plaintiff, vs. FINLEY JONES, TRUSTEE IN i: VNKRCPTCY, GARLAND I.A.NTHRON and WI1.MA LANTHRON, hiwife, ALBERT GENE HAWK, a single man. I'ATHLEEN DAWE, a single woman. HELEN SHERMAN, EXECCTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF MORRIR HORN, and the 1'NITEH STATES OF AMBRJC \. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: GARLAND I.A.NTHRuN and Wll.MA LANTHRON, his wife, RESIDENrI: I'NK NowN. M.HI:K r UENB l lAWE, .. single man. RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN, CATHLEEN DAWE. a single woman, RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN and ihunknown spouse of any ,i,int. WDOBa maiital status is not orrectl) stated If living, and if any of the name,i defendants are dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, grant• • .-. assignees, lienors, creditors, truant ..th,claimants claiming by, through, under or against any of the above named defendants who are l<• %  ,-• .1 You are hereb) notified that the captloned action has been Instltuted igalnsi you in thCircuit Court of the Kleventh .ludl.-iai Clreuli ol Florida In and for Hade Counts t" foreclosi a mortgage upon the following described real iropertv: Lot :;. Block 69, FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY. I ns to the Plat thenof. recorded In Plat Rook • %  ". Pag. !, of ih. Public Recorda n.-oie County, Florida together with ail structures, Improvementa .. ni fixtures attachi .i thereto You are required to file your anawer lo plaintiff* complaint mil. the Clerk of ih.aforesaid Court, and serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's Bttornej MARTIN FINE, ll'h Floor Hn.le Federal BIdg Miami 12, FlorIda, not later than November '•. I9>1 ... .. Decree Pro Confesso will )>. en•. red against you. I iat, ,1 s,pt.mi., r 28, 196! i: R I.I-: VTHERM \\ Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida ISeaH ll\ K M L\ MA N 1 leputy cierk M \KTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff i uh Floor i :^u Fedi ral Bids. Miami 11, Flo-nla M l-11-ll-M



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I Page 12-A vJenist ffrridi Friday, October 26, 1962 College of Jewish Studies to Launch Courses in Variety of Adult Subjects Registration at the College of Jewish Studies <>f the Bureau of Jewish Education will open Oct. •JO and Nov. l. The college will be*sponsored !hi year by cousin 1 gations in the Southwest and North Dade areas. The program, Ix'th for teachers and adult students will bo greatly expanded this year meeting in three I icatii ns. The Miami bi im h ol the c il lege will m leth Dafi Con • n 2625 SW 3i oi uesda) evenings from 8 to 10 p.m., beginning Oct. 30 I :ini brai ch w ill i ses in Post Biblical Jewish History." Elementary Hebrev Intermedate Hebrew and "Com Hebrew." with the facultj i i ing of Louis Si %  xe< tive director oi the Bureau, Zvi tosi • kranz, Hersh Bi rman and : ouis Gadon, insti ucl >.i\ Id i i tion The second hour on Tuesdays will offer two forum sessions at 9 p.m. The topic of the first semester forum will be "Giants in Jewish Literature," the second semester, "Message of the Prophets." "Giants in Jewish Literature" will consist of the study of .ireat Jewish writers and writings from the golden age of Spain until today, including Yehuda Halevi, Yehuda L. Gordon, Achad HaAm, Hayim Nachman Bialik, Saul Tchernihofsky, Shalom Aleichcm, Isaac L. Per•tx, and Martin Buber. The second semester forum will present a study of the great ethical cachings of the Biblical prophets. The two forum sessions will enlist the following revolving faculty: Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Rabbi David Rosenfeld, Dr Nath aniel Soroff, Rabbi Morns Skop. Louis Schwartzman, Marim KurLAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVr TU 5-1689 man. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Leo in, Rabbi Samuel April. Rabbi Mordecai Podet, Dr. Joseph Narot, Herbert Berger, Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Saul R .bin and R :i< : >i Herschel Brooks >f the colwill be held in the North Dade i ning X v 1. with alternal n; everj • ii Beth ': ii r blvd., ish enter, tdath Yes1025 NE Miai iardens lr.; to 1 meth ation, 12250 '-'•"' • %  '' ; to Youi rael, N'E 171s1 si llowing coui ed "Kn w Your T [< brew ," "Inl ti He the facult> msistii ol ii rector n; Abrah r i h ,tion: and Me; er S imberg educational director ol Temple Ner rhe North Da I) Branch will also offer to forum • %  l to 10 p ni The firsl will be ... Je h I ife." a stud) it the impact I upon Jewish life al v arii us criti cal -' Jewish history The second forum will headline I time of a Jew." a study of Jewish thought and practices from cradle to the grave The revolving faculty for the two forum si sions ill consist ol Rabbi Max Lipshitz, Rabbi Samuel M Machtei. Rabbi Henry Wernick, Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, Herbert Berj Rabbi Harold Richter. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman, Louis Schwartzman. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Rabbi Simon April. Dr Nathaniel Soroff, Dr. Isaac Unterman, and Kabbi Morton Shalowitz, The Miami branch and the North Dade branch are offering courses of study leading to teachers license for Sunday school and pre-schcol teachers, and courses for adults who seek serious Jewish study. 'l he third branch w ill mei the Burea J wish Educal build 15 N\v 3rd ave. for training ol teachers for the com munity, Courses will be offi Thursda) mornings in ir year program for preparation for examination of the National Board of License and for Hebrew teacher license tor Greati r Miami. The subjects offered to prospective Hebrew teachers include "Bible." "Prayers," "Writings" and "Mud. ern Hebrew History." The courses are arranged for special groupi under the direction of Dr. Natnaniel Soroff. Bureau consultant. Further courses in "Teaching Methods" and in "Prayer Content" will be offered to the Hebrew teachers on Friday mornings and afternoons under the direction of Louis Schwartzman and Herbert Berger, beginning Nov. 2. Courses in 'Teaching Methods'" for postcontinuants and beginner teachers in Sunday school departments will be offered on Fridays at 3:30 p.m., nning Nov. 2. under the inStruction of Louis Schwartzman. The college will also sponsor Ulpan courses for adults both in Miami and Miami Beach, a course in intensive Hebrew inJustice Warren Due at Seminary By Special Report NEW YORK—Chief Ju Warren will partii Ip ite ii I day study session at the Jewi< Theological Seminary of ; on Sunday. Nov ;•. n nounced by Dr, I. mis Fit chancellor of the instituti Chairman of l tner Fi deral Judgi .kind, vice chain::..:: nary's board ol r will ti eol o |uj on the I'.c\ end 1 i Nathan Cohen center' confers with Jon Tannen (left 1 and Larry Feldrr. : on the two boys' prospective Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah this year. Both were bom duiing the year theii pan igned Temple Menorah's charter, and will take part in Temple Menorah's Bar Mitzvah banquet at [on Sunday, Nov. 4. Cohen is celebrating his seven::-. Bar Mitzvah. He is 92 years old. structien. A special notice has been sent to all Jewish oiganirations in the community to bring together all irte ested students, to determine time and plac? of instruction. The i ill also sup rvise the Bureau's annual TV Hebrew ram, "Living Hebrew." which A ill again be br ia leas' this j %  ar over stati in WTHS, ch 2, on Thursdays, beginning Nov. 1, at 6:30 p m The firsl semester of the col lege at Beth David will be held Hum Oct 30 to Dec. 18. and the first semeter in North Hade from Nov 1 to Jan. 10. The second semester at Beth David will be from Jan I! to March 12. and the second semester in North Dade from .lan 17 to Mar. 21. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. Sunshine Chapter Member Fete B'nai B'rith Women. Sunshine chapter, will hold its annual paid up m< mbi rship affair • n Tuesday, : at the Americana h Pi %  %  il in rlude entertainment and The publi Rest rv i tions chairman iMrs Joseph Samuels MIAMI S f XCIUSIVE JEWISH CEME IEKY o4mk Mth AND COMMUNITY MAUSOIEUM lot info'mation MO 1-7693 BEYER Funeral Home JEWISH OWNED AND OPERATED 16660 NE. 19th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI BEACH Wl 7-8691 HARRY W. BEYER, F.D. Emanuel Mandel Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI &. DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies tor Synagogues. Schools & Pr ivate Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12-th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR NATIONAL MONUMENT CO. + PERSONALIZED MEMORIALS AUTHORI2CD DC ALE* ^jm N A> MONUMENTS MAUSOLEUMS GRANITE S BRONZE MARKERS MARBLE BENCHES ft VASES HI 6-6009 3250 S. W. 8 ST., MIAMI CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR STAR GRANITE We tnecialite in building Jewish Monuments Our work is Guaranteed. MARKERS s 2' 30 Includes Name, Date and Delivery to Cemetery ON 3-DAYS NOTICE CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 SW 42r.d Street MO 1-4055 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale ft Retail ISKAtli GIHS AND NOVtLTIlS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 I PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES'" FAMILY MEMORIALS To I've in Hearts We leate Behind It to lit* Forever. Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY, OCT. 28th, 1962 Ml. Nebo Cemetery MIRIAM ABRAMOWiTZ, 11 a.m. Rjbbi Solo* MORRIS SKOR, 1 p.m. Kubb. Mord II Pod Alt. Sinai Memorial Park MOILIE TOBAK, 2 p.m. K.ibb: S 'I "•: •" %  "M.IN Theii S m Eternal i'PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 40922 WE mClAUIi in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 r\ CHOOSE YOUR MEMORIAL HERE FOR ERECTION ANYWHERE IN U.S. Through association with over 500 other too monument emiani throughout the cruntry, we design and carve your monument ycur personal satisfaction, and ship it to the reliable local %  •* atct' dealer where yeu want it to go for exoert erection n local cemetery. V.'e guarantee satisfaction. „—-— %  uf ur THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 3253 SW 3th ST. HI 4-1614 The Only 7-Story Building in the Bloc^



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Friday, Cclober 26. 1962 kni§f fhirtidlii^in Foge 9-B SCO by ALAN SHECTER il <. i .. -. e Artist Euto i xplain u hal in ;i painting, and % %  '.i-, But his refusal itI ffer insight into art ap• i could use words to ex -what I try to achieve in a there woul I be no need it,' he declares "Words KI because art and its rial roots are so intangible." sin teaches art at the I'm •, oi Miami. Not long ag >, in.i. azine reproduced ;i n painting ol a football xposing millions to his talpaintings bring as much 00, and M' has received national recognition for his %  • m believes artists, like Ise, don't fully under The artist rationlit) when be paints, hal he feels about his Invariably. Massin says, ;never finished the i artist starts it because al the end are alwa> s • nl (nun the waj hi' it'll al • • Dramatic Changes Due matic and historical changes i liberties are taking place iys, and Jewish Ploridians • ngside seats ett Roth, Florida chairman i Anti-Defamation League, % %  Ih i Court verdic ill rieble-reading i Florida schi s to be in violation i %  ision separating church from stati R ith is : li rlj i on< rned al .: pub lie rei this decision when u is re ndi Roth noted to this colun nisi M< nday that the decision will be unpopular locally and nationally both Je .and non-Jew s, Hr reports that the ADL is plan educational programs designed in h,;p enlighten all Americai as i" the legalitj and importance and later maternal dutii • Noerthi less, Nancj still finds time to paii htful eye pleasing designs on bare walls in homes from North Miami Beach to Perrine. Her art work makes for unceasing conversation. Nancy's daughter, Kim, sleeps in a bed with no headboard The bed looked lonesome against the bare wall— so Nancy painted a headboard on the wall behind the bed. • ne, who plays Lt. imin Vandervoort, with his officers of 2nd Airborne in "The %  Day," starting at the Theatre on Wednes%  ay. Nov. 21. Also starring e Steve Forrest. Tom Tryon. a Stuart Whitman. Kinneret Chapter Party on Monday Kinneret chapter. Mizrachi Women, will hold itfirst "President's Cake, Coffee and (.'hatter'' party Monday evening al the home of president, Mrs Sophie Schrager I'.II s\v nth st, MiStoi i Mizi achi coordinator, will extend greetings A skit, Fashion First." and a dim on membership will b< presented. Mr? %  i Ri th imembership i Second Annual 'Night in Italy 1 Miami Beach opera committee isponsoring the second annual "Night in Italy" dinner dance, to be held at the Eden Hoc hoti I on Saturday, Dec 5 At a meeting, with Mrs Emil Morion hostess architect Morris Lapi lus -box' nl sketi hes of a little "theatre in the round" for tlu Pompeii ri om, when the dance will be held Mrs Da\ nl Hocl berg, a ( o-< hairman, w ill ha> e a coffi e al hi r I on Pinetn e dr oi '! ui So\ !0 for h> sti sses rid committee membi rs il I hi dam e Heller Speaks To JWV Meet ik, oi nl Pi Jewish WS1 ol the i ted SI %  of Wesl • as : h Id on Thur ; %  i %  Miami Ti wn Hall jam was to be I an ad I ess bj Daniel Neal Helli i. recentl> i lected national judge ocate, the second highest ol fice JWV. Hisubject was to be •'The Hole ol the Jewish Veteran in (he Community." Pn gram, which i> open to (he public. was to be preceded by a short business meetinj 8:30 p.m. beginning al Acdemy Dinner Set Dec. 16 The 15th annual Hebrew Aca.li my scholarship dinner slated for Sunday. Dec 16, at (he Deauville hotel will be headed by B l Binder, who was appointed chairman of the affair (his week Binder, president ol the Hebrew v i my for -oven years, was nami d honorarj life pn -id, nt last month The dinner will be in honor of Leonard Rosen, chairman of the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy. Dinner hosts include Benjamin Appel, Richard Rasker. Jerome Bienenfeld, Adolf Blank. Dr. Louis A Bunim. Samuel Cohen. Max Deakter, Louis DeCoveny, Morris Dubler, Irving Firtcl. Henry Gewitz. Nat Glickman. Morris Goldfarb. Joseph Gonshor, Henry Groudan. Hyman Jablon. Milton Kahn. Jacob Kaufman. George Kimmel. Frieda Koch. Harry Korelzky. Aaron S Lauer. Oscar M amber, Henry Penchansky. Jacob Rifkin. Julius Rosenstein, Jerry Scbecter, Sam Shapiro, Dr. Matthew Zuckerman Yafis Plan Theatre Party An evening at the theatn will be presented by the You \ d I Friends ol Israel on Saturdi \ even,i The district has resen ed a block of seats for Ketti Fring's Pulitzer inning play, "Look Homeward Angel." at ih. Studio M Theatre. Jos Bird rd., Coral Gables [n-charge ol reservations arc Paula Sernaker and Shellej Schrold Following the theatre, a pizza parly has neon planned at the Hod Diamond Inn, 117 NW 42nd ave Miami A car pool will leave from Temple Emanu-El al 7:30 p.m All single adults, between the ages of 2o and 35. are invited to attend. Talented Tots Eyed at Playhouse is now pla\ ing w eekat Studio M Play"Rapunzel' end matinee housi Children who can do trick-, perform magic, make funny faces, sing or dance, and wish to appear on the stage at the Pied Piper Playhouse m Studio M. may appl) at •he 1 heat re any day. Those selected to take part in the "Rapunzel" matinees will beceive a season's subscription to the Pied Piper Playhouse 3 9h Q *. rnend ^ of Chamber Music oi Miami nexi in\ !, Venin< 3 at ,he White Temple Auditorium. Program •ctiDf et WiU open ,he eiqh,h annual membership subTueJ !" -' Senes of Friends Chamber Music of Miami next Quartet 1 !? 6 Quar,et No n in F minor, op. 95. Beethoven: X. 575.5?' 5 1934 Bar,ok; and Quartet No. 21 in D major, include


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ridoy. October 26. 1962 %  *v* ,-* #• ft^rHiari Page 15-A ..EGA'.. NOTICE ? uf -OUNTS JUDGE'S COURT No 5;201-C UOTHMAN, "\ r CE TO CREDITORS .. „, md Ail Persons Hav. '.. |„ .. ,:i iAgainst Bald rdmiw It! I ndfl %  %  III thi thliar • i. :< JINK ... i., % % %  % %  I 1 "' 1 '•'• ...„ ins itaema and ''• %  i .ii m u bav~e igainst ii.\i:l: COUNTY. F -RiDA ,N PROBATE No. i'XM 8 -I STEWART. "HOTXTOCREO.TORS I All I" I .1 • ... %  If" %  • %  I 'II „ and A na Han i lem in Against Said itiried and reini claims and demaj ha against .; RT M STEW ART ,,r ; ',.(• %  i 'ounty, Floi lunges ..' I: %  t ••'i %  irm In th.-lr i'..infhouse in All hill .-.\ cat % % %  the %  .tat. ,.f ththe eamc iMK II Wi'lNKI.F. Ex ecuI it %  > KKSSLBR lldi %  In S-12-19-26 I THI Ol NTV JLOGE'S COURT IN \: FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55448-A %  I v I IANDRBLL l'. ..-.-• lOTICt CINTENTION TO MAKE PPLlC' T 'ON FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE \ it given ih.u l have ind Petition for -••ii .i i ilscharge a* eel ite i WILLIAM IND1I '---I and that "ii %  s %  pmher, 1962, will Honorable JudSaa ol -i. i' (• %  i" 1 Ida, t.n approval >i md in! dlatt Ibutton \ --itrix ..t • -• %  ,i..>\ e-named !• ce ii 1,-L l.i. IMS : IIYI..-S L'RSIN \'\ irne) lini ML | '. %  -"• %  2*. II I I-% % %  ,,'LNTV JL DOES COURT IN n: FOR DDE COUNTY, Fl n DA. IN PROBATE No. 572273 ..i Bl S VM1.N JOSS EM i -• %  V! 1 |V i • ll %  l | .1 • II I • Mntv. %  n. % %  %  -.i II I II fRON : ••rn. v • Ui 6 TO CREDITORS md All Persona ir.iv i %  • -:i. .n.i~ Against s.ii I inb) i. itlfled ind i••%  -.'Hi m) i.iims .md dema) ri ive again i*. i :i' VIA MI v .in.-sr\i • % %  < i %  %  .: %  i: County, Fli % %  int) Judges of I >.i.l.' i mi ii duplicate hied in flection ?ss.m. In their oftk • la n thouae In Dade ('onn> lx %  ilendai montha • thi r'rr publication ime VMM be barred. ui I'I.III.II., thl, .'7th VI'. %  '• %  : 'VI' IKSBM AKxw iitrlx VRIIKR ll.XfOUtl i\ Miami Beach, Ma lt)/5-i;-19- LEGAL NOTICE bsleii rci J |T COURT OF THE •pVn.''' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DAD6 COI'NTV IN CHANCERY N. 62C IPS72 I S.W INUM HANK i >!•' XRW VORR i HKiTn PI IM.I.I hi: r\ • Ti ustee in Hi i.\ .-INSKKV and STATES i'IAMERICA NOTICE OF SUIT %  'SINSKKV ^•K I-NKNOWN: the • "I -Hi,| .I. (,.„. ""-I and altve, and if ... unknown hi.| r .. devla'--IKII.'.S, Henora, lew r otHai .lalni'i by. tiimiiKh. under '"> .-f the above ndantu h" ur. • %  'U t! iCt. I •• i ho I the >art ->• ^~ l iP' ; : l %  tut. "" %  i .ii i i %  f"y i .1 |" i ih. C .|1|, ; • II t II, i) notified that the : '' tlon hai linn in "'you in the Circuit ELEVENTH Judicial rl and fur I'.Vl'K ''• %  -• .'i linn ic.ii;.uiMiri "| MI.,, i real pi-opi i SCOTT I.AKE accord %  vcordad """ • %  al Pan n of ,.'. jecordj ,.f i •...!. %  .""•in. tocethar with Hllnda. '" fli.your a nJIAV,, \." SCOTT l.v -' -TI.'N six, acoo %  Plai thereof, recor I.. ,,1... inymir iinirk ,„' ,'. ~ lomplalnt with the %  • %  % %  i-.-Hi.i Court, and ', r '"' M Ti'iv'",; 1 ;"" Plalntlffa r %  •"IT l". '' ,NI: ""' '•"' I'l" %  Miami Florida %  I l2 .., %  %  will i,. entered l.v iw • gATHERMAN ill Court ,. P COPBLAND ITu r^:' 1 "' 1 Clerlt r lir, |,N I'lal.Ufi LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF FLORIDA. iN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C I066S WES %  '' %  %  VI. s\\ | NO a AND LOAN A SSI' 'IAT iN. Plaintiff, I H KIN1.KY JONBS. Truatee n li inkruptcy, %  %  % %  Rl iDIII E Si' l i" r hla i :' %  fl SAMIKI. I'OHBN i TI 1 Pi 'i.IA I.' "HEN, hia wife .rl the UNITED STATE8 i.r VMI-.Kl'-.V D fondant* NOTICE OF SUIT T<> T I • SCI i'!'T iml .:• B SI'' -TT. h!4 wife, BEKIDEN "!•: INKS" >WN l>, KAMt'EL 'iiHr'N ir. I I' <]J.\ COHEN, hiw fe, RESIDENi '! %  : UNKNOWN, f |\.. in i if de i i th unknoa helra devlaeea, rrarteea laalatn••• -. !II-III..-lit i % • iiithei ;.-•,•-HI t. throujth. undei if ufali mi of the ...' i\-name I lefen ii 'i'. • .ir.lecea -•• I Y u are hereb) notlfle I thai the ,b .\ • iptlnne I at 'i >n hi'• ten In atituted ululnat you In i-,,iin • ELEVEN I'H Ju II •loritra In and foi OADE I • %  ; toon ...... |n .. ii • 31 %  • .-. :'. >• %  • i v Id • • l0 cai I 'tty • • •' i na I • i he Plal %  led In Plat Bo ih •'"'. at Page 71 %  if l Publ • %  K... %  i, .f "i.ie County. Florida. thi r -A-i-ii IB w i M ic %  T.. M So v\ v' ill HE I'r •-M i.l..| V iiViloR. :' T-ili -M'-l ..-in.-.., \ %  %  • %  ,-•: in Biin iin i n i ,...., -d to fill %  % %  inLEGAL NOTICE Rod* v ..'I i -d to fill inu • tO ••' %  'II ill 'I'll ih ri.-rk il the >' "•• %  -1 'i Court, and serve i ip) • hereof u n pin attorney, MARTIN PINK ; II I i,,,i,. Federal m u Ml->rl I not later rh.m November 19 % %  | ., -, .. !• %  ,iif.-~.i will againal m I.,... i k'tohei !•; B L.EA rHEKM v N -|rk of *h %  1 • % %  ii' •' laeall By: C P .AND IPUI • %  %  MAR riN FINE Attorney for i'l • 1 ith r-" r l • i-le l— %  !•-: %  i 1 II %  ; Muim: %  -. PI *ld i l i l I-S8, I' J-9 il Bld| M, II IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 571708 IN RE Eal ••• if JACOB BERNSTEIN rn as JACK BERNSTEIN, '. ••• iaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* ind All % %  %  %  Havina Claim* .• Demands A^ali it Said Batate: Y">: are u.-r.:\ notified nil required) to preaei md • %  man.Is which you maj M igainil thi %  itate of JACOB BERN aim known u J v K BERNSTEIN dor rand late >f Dade Coui | Fl %  ida. t.i th Count) Judarei Dad County, ml file the same n juid! site aii'i is provided I Bed Fl.., id Si ii ii %  In %  % %  e n the • '."ii • %  %  Ly, Florida within six calendar >mmtinfrmii the time I I %  %  hiiei.r. "• the -a'i' win be barred i la ted •• Mi i in'.. PI irlda, thii • lav "( September, A.D I:" %  • v\Mi: IIE tNSTE S AExecutrix PM %  p iblic itlon of thli the .ih da) of O w My< i • %  .. m, Kavl ui v 'ataman Attorne> s for Bs trlK ii...i ti w lai Streei NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 13 HBREBt OHTEN thai the mi.I.-r-m i-1 '^'' '"J bualm aa undei I BE V IT MONT AP ^R I MEN rs i Blan Iti Drive, Miami Bea intend to reel i I rial '. CleiH -if the i lr i I Courl of I i i %  County, i i V UN MILDRED '' VIN ARONOV : BR Attorn %  i I %  .' SOf Al II ling 9 li 1-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY tllVBN lhat the underalgned, desiring i" engage in in, .-in-.-.ii i % %  : i he I itltlo iii ui" ...( Peacock Lumber and Supply Company; Peacock Lumber and Supply Co., it SOtS Douglas Road, Miami. Florida Intends to register said names with the Clerk of Hi.Circuit Court • if I lade • '.".nil. Floi Ida. I'l-. AI'I MK I.I MHEIt COMPANY II Kla i". r|i I SMI. IN, 1IA\ S g; IIRCNDWERQ Attorneys f" Applicant I ll Ainsley Building 10/ls-M, 11/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY No. 62C 10844 LOTTIE PERMl'MUX, Plaintiff. vs. rl..vi III'M FERMI s. IN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TI • • I.AI'HS PERI SCSI N I *de •' mnty, Florida v III. i'l.vims PERM l'SON. are hereb) n ••nie-i thai %  BUI of l "omI'laint for i'iv -r -• has heell filed agalnsl you, ind you are required t" serve i cop) of your Answer *.r Pleading I the i'-iii if Complaint "ii the plaintiffs Attorney, LAW OFFICES OP I STANLEY LEVIN E, ..... gj luthwest Second Avenue, Miami •.. Florida iFR I-1Hi :iiClerk "I the Circuit Court in -r before the l'.th da) -f N ber, I'"'..', if you fail t" du soi Judgment b) default will !•• taken against you for the relief demanded :n the BUI •:' Complaint. This i, •::' %  %  shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. i ,. thia ith i •> "i i i' i"i"-i. A.D, i ^-i i: • %  i EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Da le Co nty, Florida veali Bl K M I.YM.VN i • -us Clerk LAW IF* ICES F S r VNLEY LEVINE "M SW .'II I Avenue 1 Miami :iii. Pla —PR l 16S1 ;.v i.Yi.i-; c. L1EBERA1AN %  •) r Plaintiff io it-i9-n, ii i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N ITICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai 'the undersigned, desiring i" encage In lai inder the fictitious name • % I TERRY KE/ PERSONNEL al 1I"'U Building. North Miami Beach, Plorii Intend* to register -.ii'l name with i the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl." i 11 TKRIISA '!• ll'LDEN Bole Owner 10 5-U-l --•' %  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-2W18 NOTICE 18 IIKRKItY OIVEN that Man in Morgenstern, holder "f Count) Tax Sale Certificate No 8437 Issued ihe 1st day of June, A.D. I960, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed t*' be Issued thereon Bald Certificate embraces the following described property In the County of Dade, state of Florida. t->wlt: Lot in Peacocks Re-8ub Lots ,; ft J I'.IK In |Oa,i.llkel. IViae J.S1. Ill the COUnty <•( Hade. Slate .if F'lorida The assessment of said property undei the said certificate was In the name of Ethel I. Lewis. Inless -aid certificate shall inredeemed according i" law. th,proper!) described herein will I..s..ld to in. hlehest bidder at the Court H"usdool on the flrsi Monday In th.month of November, 19*2. which is the Mh day of November, 1961 Hated this Mth day of September 1962. F. li LEATHBRJfAN, Clerk "f Circuit Court, lmrie (seal! C.unty. Florida By R M LEEPER, Oepulv Clerk 1(1-5-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57210C l IN KF. l-Islal...I BENJAMIN MILLER I leceaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS i To All Creditors and All Person* Having Claims or Demand* Against Bald Estate Y"ii are hereby notified and required i" present any claim' and leiiiainis which you may have against the estate of Benjamin Miller de. as. il late "f I lade Count i. Florida to the County Judgas of HoiCounty, and file the same In duplicate and a provided In Section TtS.I'i, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in In.ide County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred listed at Miami. Florida, ihla li day of October, A.D 196! NEON A EPSTEIN As Executor First publication of "liis notice on the Mh day ..' October, 1969. LEON A EPSTEIN Attorney f"i Executor ISO Lincoln ltd.. M B Pla in S-12-19-S6 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenist> Ikridtitr solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal „ rates Dinl I It 3-4695 ior messenger senrlce NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY No. 82C 10960 lOANN PINAN Plaintiff, v. rOHN I PINAN, I l.-l'.-M I 111' SUIT FOR OIVORCE TO ri MIN J PINAN 1X4 i illnton Avenue Bro iklyn 18, New York You, JOHN J PINAN, are hereby I thai i Bill at Complaint for i'i\ •• ii,. i n filed aaalnst vou, II, i \ .I we required i" Berve a copy of your Answer or Pleadlna to the inn of Complaint on the Plaintiffs y. Ml IAIN FINN. 310 llisOayne Building, Miami, Pla., :nd file Mioriginal Answer or i 'leading in the office .f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th da) of November, 1962, itherwlse the allegations uf said •' int will be taken is %  infested by you. Thla nonce i ue published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THF. JEWISH I'l."HUMAN DONE AND • .i!|ii-'"i-:n i•' Plot ii. till 12th day of Octoberi A O. 1 %  i: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Daue County, ri irida B) K M I.YM.VN I' • %  ity clerk VFI.V1N FINN •• Rl iyn Bldg %  10/19-S6, ll/S-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10569 THE WILLIAMSIll KCII SAVINOS BANK, Plaintiff. \ a. FINI.FY JONES, Trustee In Bankruptcy, JOSEPH I. SHAW and CATHERINE M. SHAW hla wlfi VICTOR VASII.ESKI ami IRM A VASILESKI Ins wife, and the L'XITBD STATES <>t AMERICA, 1 i.-fendants *"^*eic'^ e i' "e To: JOSEPH L. SHAW and CATH%  •.!!. \r. •. .->....... 1.1. .-.•-. r L'NKNOWN if alive and if dead, the unknown heirs, devisees grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees or •''"• r claimants claiming by, through, undei • % %  .iu.ii n~t an) of ih.above named defendants who are deceased. You aie hereb) notified that thabove captloned aotlon has been Instituted against you In Hie Circuit court of the ELEVENTH Judii I ll Circuit of Florida In and f..r DADE County to foreclose -• mortgagi ui the follow Ing lies/ i Ibed real pi perts Lot IS, Block 51 FIRST ADDITION Tti CAROL CITY according to the Plat thereof, recorded In I'lai Book 60, Page 19 ol the Public Records of i lade i ounty, Florida You are required to file your HII•wer to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk ol the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINK, nth Fl..." I>ade Federal Bldg Miami St, Florida not later than November 19. 19*2 .u a Decree Pru Confeeso will be entered against you I 'ated: i iciol.er 16, 1962. K C LEATHERM v.N clerk of the Circuit Court • seall Ri c P COPBLAND I leput) 'lerk MARTIN FINK Attorne) f." Plaintiff nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg, Miami SS, Florida 1" 19-26, 11 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undaraigned, desiring to engagi i" business under the fictitious nami ol Morris Lapklua i.icimi.iii ft Associates at 94" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida intend to register saM name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ,.f Dade County, Florida. MORRIS LAPIDl'S ll Vlti ILD LIEBMAN Sole i min-" CYPEN ft SALMON Atturneya for Applicants RIB Arthur Qodfrey Road lu 12-19-2*. 11 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nann of March.mi. Perkins, Cook and ScltenM .it Mii'7 Biscayne Huildins Miami, FI.I Intend to register said name ltli the Clerk %  .: thi Clri iii Court "t "ale Count}', Florida. VI Vlti HAN'T AND PERKINS, l'Ri IFEKSIONAL ASSi K'lATII IN, (a Pla Coi p in 19-86, 11 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN i the undersigned, desiring to engagi business undei the fictitious nami Al CIST BROS BAKERY at nil S •>th Street, Miami. Florida Intends registei said name with the Clerk the Circuit Courl ..t Dade Coui Honda vi ci ST BAKERY, INC. la Flu i '• rp ARTHl'R Aid ST Attorney for Applicant (07 Alnsli i Bldg m 19 -.'.. : i 1 al in uf VY. Io of ity, 2 9 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10181 MIAMI BEACH FF.l'KRAI. SAVINOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a lulled states corporation, Plaintiff, vs JODY HERRMANN, et al I li-ten, hints NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JODY HERMANN ami RICHARD HERMANN, her husband Yul' ARE HEREBY notified that suit has been filed In the above styled Courl to for.-clos.thai certain mortgage given by OREEX THISTLE, INC., t" MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINOS AN I' LOAN ASSOCIATION, dated March IS, 1957, recorded March 14, I57 under Clerk's Pile No. MM-4412-i, of the Public Records of I 'tide County, Mori'la. naainnt the following teacribed property, lying ami being in Dade ('ounty, Florida, to-wlt: I-.I J in HI... k So of IVES ESTATES SECTION I, according to ihe Flat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 60 at Page 79 "t the Public Records %  •( I lade l lOUnt) I* lol Ids You are required t.. serve copy of your answ.r ..I pleading on the Plaintiffs attorneya, Meyer, Weiss, Rosen ft Rose, i"T Lincoln Road, M I a m I Reach. Florida, and file the original answer in the Office ••( the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or before th* 6th da) of November, 1962; otherwise the alienations of said Complaint will he taken as confessed b) you. Dated -il Miami. Dade County. Florida, this :'.rd das of October, 1962 E, B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk (seal) B) I. SXEEDEN Deputy Clerk I .-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57321-C IN RE: CM atof MARMARET BEROER I % oeased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hav. inu Claims or l>emands AaaJnat said Estate You ..r. hereb) notified and requlred to present any claims -nui demands Which loll llial hav, aftftllist the estate of MARMARET KISSSKR deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t.. the Count) -Indites of Dade County, anil file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Kid. Count). Florida, with six calendar montha from indate of the fii-t publication hereof, or th.earns will he barred ESTKIJ.K MI1J.KR BERNSTEIN & MILLER B) Milton Miller, Attorn) i 'ongress Building Miami. Florida in 12-19-26, ll 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10666 Tin-: VVII.I.I VMsr.t lien SAVINOS RANK. Plaintiff, vs. FINI.FY JONES, TRl'STK.F. IN BANKRUPTCY, MARLAND LANTlllfi.N and VVILM.V LANTHRON, hi., wife, ALBERT MEXE I'.WYi:. a single man. CATHLEEX DAWE, a single won.in HELEN SUERMAN, i:\ili I IRIX .iF THF ESTATE OF MORRIS HORN, and th. I'.NTTKH STATES • IP VMER1C \. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT Tl • MARLAND 1. ANIHRi 'N and WILM V LANTHRON, his wife, RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN, ALBERT MENE vvv K ., single man. RESIDENCE I XKNOWN, CATHLEEX DAWE, a single woman. RES1DEXCE I'XKXOWN ami iii. unknown apouae of any defendant, whos. niatltal status is not correct!) stated If living, and if any of thinami-.I defl icl.-nts are d.-ad, the llllkliow n ll.-irs. ,1, \ Is... s. Kraut... assignees, llenora creditor*, trus tees >.i other claimants claimins by, through, under or agalBSt any of the above named defendants who are deYou are hi reh) notil • •! that the :,i„,\. captloned action has bean instltuted against you In the Circuit Coun • %  • ih. Eleventh Judicial C %  %  nil ol Florida in and for Dade Count) to foreclosi a mortgage upon the followliig described real %  rtv: Lot 3. Block 69, FIRS I' Vi 'I HTll 'N TO •• vi:m. CITY. a., or I II^ to the i'l.n thereof, recorded In Plat Book '". Pagi 19, of thi Public R irda ..: Dado County, Florida together with all structures, Improvementg and flxtui i attachi .1 th.-i %  You are required to file your anawer to plaintiff) complaint with the Clerk "i" ihe aforesaid Court, and Serve a cop) thereof upon plaint Ifaj attorne; MART1X FIXE, Mth Floor Had. F.-d. ral Bldg Miami S2, 1 Ida, not lai. i in.in \..\. mbi i S, i2 or a Decree Pro Confeeso will lin. against you. Dated September 28, 19*i: c LEATHERM IN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (aeal) li\ K M, Ll MAN Deput) clerk MARTIN FINK Attorne) for Plaintiff l ith Floor l lade Federal Bldg, vii.iml St, Floi Ida in "12-19-26



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Friday. October 26. 1962 *Jml$t) fkrMKtJun Page 9-A British Fascist Meet Halted; Spearhead Vows to Continue I r Miami spiritual leaders meet at the [iami Jewish Federation to plan thsix : articipation in Federation's programs : to righl urr> Rabbis Jonah Caplan. le Adcth Yeshurun; Norman N. Shapiro, David Ccngregation; Leon Kronish, Temh Sholom; Mr. Sidney Lefcourt. president ct rederat.on; end Rabbis Irving Lehrmen. Temple Emanu-Et; and Joseph R. Narot, Temple Israel. Not shown are Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah; Max Lipschitz, Beth Torah Congregation; and Herbert Baumcard, Temple Beth Am. Advisory Committee Termed to Aid Federation CJA and Program Planning i: .1 rabbinical ad • actively to \>*r %  rograms of the iish !'"'li ration V %  'i.i'-l.T. bj S ::l ul IV |< r ing Judaeans F i Prcgrarns Judaea ac %  • ;an las) N : ..: 25 Eroups in the Miami and Hollywood ir first meeting. irbi nbh om. chairman of ,, i irida Zionist Youth MI announced. itional groups will be formed of synagogues or inah, Karbciihloom said, lalified youth leaders will ach uroup. j the Young Judaea activ < games, crafts. Israeli ..iid dancing, athletics, picnics field days, regional and namclaves, a winter camping .miner camps, and lours and study programs in Is %  halootzie Tootzie" Young roup of Beth Torah Conparticipated in the I'm ns ft stivities on Wednesl Is M Fisher Junior and will also take Temi • Sholom in PomOct. 28 under the Irving Kotnian. We expect thai the committee will not only help us in our of i : ~ durin the annual Coi al campaign Lefcourt ex lained "Purpose < f the !\ '-i rj group is also to %  i s .'i %  ur i :.g humanit ; pro%  / .'• I t'.er i betl er by actit p %  0 i! COm I I %  lV:l ully antii iti ; that : II i ri • : i IIS on the r H a!o li I piiiiai thropu %  ndea> or Leading members of the rabbin .'i here will be asked to take a more active role in Fedi ration affairs through service on individual committees that guide and plan I-Y.lci at. on programs, l.ef court reveaied. "The committees will in elude those that allocate funds for Fedoratu. .]-affU-*..ted agencies in Greater Miami, to national organizations, and the United Jewish Appeal." he said. %  t. Beth Am Men Programs i \:n Brother.hoo I %  thly dinners to be evenings at ~ :30 in Nov 21, will be ri i %  I anned by the Broth • monthly Sun: :• to includi lay. Oct 28, ML Sina' Bai k w ill be a ated will be %  '( • an relatives (l this year is %  • %  ring at Prida; Joseph Moli w nces full plans for ms, Nuclear Center Due at Technion A Nuclear Engineering Center will be constructed on the campus if the Technion Israel Institute of Technology t( llowing receipt of a gift from the Sherman Foundation %  if Card'ff. Wales, for one million Israeli pounds. News of the substantial contribution was disclosed by Mrs Louis liasser of Miami Beach, presili ul of the South Florida Techlion group, following her recent ( : fi i(' ce with national officials n New York. Abe : %  % %  .'. Hai rj S! %  '•man. of ,.| i nted the gift to Tech lion the largest single gift ever ceivi : bj I ( hnii n fr n Great foi the c i blishment of i nuclear center thai wi Shi rn an family name i h ni A i enl will pro\ i a rangi of fa< ilities, ii i nui b ..: i(;. ti r for I i h rea rtor physics laba sub i ritical ri actor. i pul'ed iie..Herat( r • m ,iutati in i quipmenl. nuclear in %  trumentation, and a number of ratorii s to house ra liation, (hemical en n< rii rid oilier facilities SOI HtlLPERN Pharmacy Exec Back from Confab Sol Heilpern. Miami pharmacist, has just returned from New York, where he attended a meeting of the National Assn. of Retail Druggists. Heilpern is president of the, Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical ; Assn. Locally, the organization has just finished observing National Pharmacy Week, during which it presented a series of instructional, radio and television programs here. During the observance. Heilpern. who operates the ("enter Pharmacy here, appeared in an address before the Rotary Club al Bal Harbour. Heilpern is a Fellow of the American College of Apothecaries, -: president of the local chapter ot the American Pharmaceutical A sn., and a member of the execu •;\ e board of the Florida St) U Pharmaceutu al Assn He lives in Miami Shores al 169 NW 97th st. Continued from Page 1-A in^ violated the British Public Order Act by organizing Spear head. Webster said "certain actions have been ca led illegal, but Spearhead, as an organ is not illegal V e ha\ e not heard fr m the police that Spearhead must be dissolvi %  %  •May Lei •• 71 i the notorious!; anti Sei tii '. I I ese. leader 1 ist League, is one ni the committee of four A British National Socialist of ficial said this week that a council had been formed to direct the activities of the movement in place of the lour leaders who were .< tenced here to prison. Further details of the agree ment made during the visit i" Britain of George Rockwell, head of the American Nazi Party, also were disclosed. The agreement provided thai Rockwell was to lake over leadership, presumably from his headquarters in Arlington, Va., of the so-called World Union of National Socialists, in the event British National Socialist leader Colin Jordan goes to pi'..-en Jordan was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment after he and three of Ins lieutenants were found guilty on two counts of a four-point indictment, charging them with violation oi the P Order V I The main objectives cf the "Wcrld Union" were listed as formation of a "monolithic" organization to fight the JewishCommunistic-Zionist apparatus of treason and subversion, and to promote "the Aryan race and its Western civilization." Another stated objective was "to find and accomplish on a worldwide scale a just and a final settlement of the Jewish problem." An eventual 'world order based on race" was listed as still another ultimate goal. Membership is restricted to individuals and groups who "acknowledge the spiritual leadership of Adolf Hitler." Jordan and his aide. John Tyndall, filed applications in a London court for permission to appeal The Chatterbox Restaurant TRY OUR FAMOUS CHARCOAL-BROILED ROUMANIAN STEAK 1220 NE 163rd St. WI 5-3281 NrNr>>Nr\*Ar\>Nr>eNi^r^^^WWWV their convictions on charge ol having violated the Public Order Act Meanwhile, a campaign launch> a Londi n borough council to strengthen the Public Order Act '<> l'i> \. nl riots ini ; % % %  I by r a preaching rac al or religio tred i"( ceived bai kin troi th< VIi l ropolil an Boroughs St u inn : Committi n resentini M I oroughs I I IP itj The ; of Di ish Ji wi : also conducting a drive to obtain million signatures lor a pelil in •< Parliament foi I lal obji ctive With the House of Common-, scheduled to reconvene thii month, the joint committtee appealed to Home Secretary HenryBrooke for action to make such incitement a criminal offense. The issue also •* tO'.ICl oil by K N. Carvalho, oresidi nt ol the Anglo-Jewish Assn at a meetni the organization's council. lie said lie agreed thai the nei Fascist groups thrived on publicity and that he '%  agi e< %  with Uu advice if t... Board ol Depu %  s if tish Je that the the iic.tement sb it fr* ni ."" sponse '' %  : i* %  •.••! (• nflicl ; i-d resultant publicity for the neoNazis rOXTG.\K.\TAL DINING ROOM ami's Only "Shomer Shabbc" -•:•; RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD.. Miami 226-1744 i-CONTINENTALt $ CATERERS V %  v %  CATERING for BAR MITZVAHS & WEDDINGS THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT JE 8-5401 CHERI'S DELICATESSEN & SANDWICH SHOP 380 ANDALUSIA. CORAL GABIES Next to New Publix Free Delivery 443-8254 Cent Air-Cond. I Ind. Conr. ^FK Sicns New Postal Hike B?!S Kenm dy has si] • al rale bill into law, of two new stamps ati s increase next • ounced by Postmas' J i Iward Day. 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Friday. October 26, 1962 fJenisfi noridfi^r Page 5-A UTTER TO THI EDITOR Reader Explains His library' Role EDITC"?. The Jswish Florician: 1 ri r with rest your column : 0< 12, a: Ml in agreement ,.: thai • i %  "R other reason • pres es Communtioi a number of is wit the leasl shred • I us claims, ii turning guill ivins cused an op•_(i • imself is ccrn • • ay of I I am • i yours, ti o. i : Mr Benson, k iwledge, I %  h:;n other than have i in t.he papers efoi i immenj intelligectly on what sorl ii program he conducts, or what influence he may have on his Scon"Your sug" ftion that he .. le ( ,f the story" .a good one. Regarding my part in the Homestead library, I was asked for ard save my suggestions on the subject of what books to make available. I recommends:' books li':e "Masters of Deceit" and gov%  zrr:r.-1 publications, but not "."ed 'tars" or anvihing similar, /t the opering of 'he 'ibrary, I was invi'ec. to rpeak and did ;o. Attend r.g were a rurr.fcer of people of varying ideas and outlook, including both elected and appointed officials of the City of Homestead. I looked over the mat. Jack 3. Popick (right), chairman of the Southeast Division, Ame..:an Friends of the Hebrew University, confers with :e Rev.::. :o-chairman with Leonard Ratner, of Cleve:or the Nov. 3 dinner honoring Judge Louis E. Levinthal, in ;: :/.e board of governors of Hebrew University of !em. Plan Hebrew U. Banquet erial which was on display and saw nothing of the "Red Stars" type and was sirprised to read that this library's stamp appeared on a ccpy of it >' %  warding reading roomin genral, whether anti-Communist or Christian Science or whatever, I am sure you feel as I do—that this 5 is sufl itr ng that ican citiz ran stai posure to vario %  \ iew, fhl to pub%  vii ws r how as we ha "> ui Bcripl as be. bout as .i"'. ... .i,i man can be" [ must say I feel rn cl You are un r > ily ir with recenl st by prominent citizens ich mer St cretary or State J imes K Byri es, Sen J, Willi im Fulbright, and Sen Henry Jackson to the effect that the UN has sometimes drifted afield ol the principles on which n was established, %  nd that we should not expect too, much from it. Although I share these gentlemen's views that the I'N is neither infallible nor the answer to all our prayers, this does not make me "anti-UN" any more than it would make a citizen "anti-U.S." if he disagreed with certain policies and programs, or the lack thereof, in our federal government. Tli> re is one curious coincidence.' When this story came out originally in the Miami News one Wednesday night. I read it on the plane to New York, and Thursday mornings I was sitting in the visitors' gallery al the UN General Assembly, which although not my first visit, was aninteresting and worthwhile expe/ ence. THEODORE C SLACK Miami Micmi, Dade county, federal government, and business cials compare Miami's 1907 tire station with the Federc". b!dg. now under construction at the same site. The occas.o:: on Monday during cornerstone ceremonies. Pictured ! special counsel for public agencies, he became .lodge e Commi n Pleas Court of l hiladelphia County. Dun: | his term as judge, while on a month leave of absence beginning June, 1947, the noted juris! was appointed by Secretary ol War Patterson to serve as special advisor on Jewish affairs to the United States Military Command in Germany. For his efforts in behalf of countless Jewish survivors ot Nazi persecution, Judge Levinthal was honored with a special Humanitarian Award from the United Jewish Appeal, presented by Sen. Herbert II. Lehman. For many years. Judge Levinthal has been actively associated with the growth and development of the Hebrew University ol Jerusalem, and is a member ol the national board of directors of the American Friends ol the Hebrew University, as well .ihonorary president o" itPhiladelphia ch i| ti i Dorit smoke another cigarette until you learn what A\ r lCER()YS^^ w ^l ; ilter can do for your taste! Beech T Group Hears Doctor m of the Miami Y" h II Dr Sey m ii u r er Of the Hade Me Assn., speak on Conl Tuesday, 11:30 the .; Mrs. Sidney • 3 S rd. Hbei ners, membership •i. n hat the group mbe .) luncheon recenthom 'Mrs Jack Katz: 2 • Jr. i The "Y" promoti i teneral welfare ol Miami Beach Branch ol ,i .. Greater Miami Jewish munity Center. Through theel ol the organization, the "V has purchased a bus, aircondil i the auditorium, and new doors in the trout and rear ol the building New projeel is I i furnish the lobby, and firsl fund-raising affair will be a %  al ride : Nov. 24. •Rtj.US. Paw: Ofic Pure. Safe Filter Material Woven By Special Process. This remarkable filter starts with the straight filtei strands as mosl good filters—then Viceroy weaves them b> a special process the amazing Deep-Weave Filter, The Deep-Weave Filter wea' es on reweaves the smoke —sends every puff deep through the filter to give you wonderful st taste a taste that's never rough, never rawl This is the filter yi i can Irusl to • SI RONG NOT TOO LIGHT... 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Friday. October 26, 1962 Jf*i#? fhtrktidiri Page 7-A Miami AJCommittee to Celebrate Tenth Year Highlighting the tenth anniverfary of 'he Greater Miami chapter American Jewish Committee, will h< the chapter's annual meeting ai i poral Country Club on Nov. 4. Annual dinner chairman, .lames !. Katzman. announced that to nmncmorate the organization's I, nth year as an active group in Ihr cnnnvTiiv. Human Kelacons .srds will be given by AJC to Mt. Sinai Hospital and 10 Bishop Henry I. Lotlttlt, Episcopal Bishop S .ut h Florida. The hosp'tal will be citsd for ilt pioretring contributions to the development of non-discrimira'ory po'icies ir. the administration of i.'s facilities. Bishop Louttit will b* honored for his religious leadership in the improvement cf intergroup understanding in Florida. A third award will be given by I i chapter as a tribute to Seyr-our Samet. Florida State dirccr, "who has, through his devotion d loyalty, guided the chapter i :ii its founding 76 members to lh( "ver 1.000 members now active the many facets of AJC life." •\s a .symbol of A.IC's pledge to I hi future an orginial script, writby Alfre.1 Boas, will have its : Miiicr performance at the dinrr Titled 'What's Up for Tom this will be presented as a ii.itic monologue acted and nar. riled by Julian Burg. Theme will ncern itself with the responsibil15 to be faced in the next decade creating a secure and just world. ning sessions will feature a rkshop fr*>m 3 to S p.ni at the ral. 'Does Social Discrimination ...v Matter— The Unequal oalment of Equals." th.* topic -or. for discussion, will feature %  ~he Chosen People." an awardnning film produced by the N'alouncil of Catholic Men This ill be followed by a panel disssiorl of the issues. Charles II nkelstcin and Raymond Lewis JAMS K. KATZMAN Sfv/MOt-'R SAMET will he discussants, and Scymeur Samet will act as moderator. Special guests to be honored by appropriate recognition at thj dinner will be the fou.-der members of the chapter. Thev w''l be cited by Ralph Friedman, chairman cf AJC's national admiristrative board, who will fly here for the occasion. Friedman is chairman of the board of Standard Milling Co. He is a firmer president and director cf the Industrial Institute of Israel. He recently serve ai liaison between AJC and the Catholic sponsored Pro-De< Univerait) ir. Rome at meetings which sel %  •:% %  Ciair of Intergroup Relations there, the first such chaii al a< > Euro] i n institut .i: i. hij i.i i '.< .; ning, Ollic (rs : nd membi rs of the executive cemmittei ol the Great' er Miam i pter to be elected i r Nov. 4 art: President. David B Fleeman: vice presidents, James K. Katzman, Sidney Meyer. Col. Nathan B Rood. Lee Ruwilch. Leonard Wein: secretary. Jay Janis; treasurer. R. W. Apte: chairman. Executive committee. Mr.' Charles H. Finkelstein. Executive committee. Dr. Charles Beher. Myron M Behrman. Mrs. Robert Berger, Warren H. BernStein, David Blumberg. Alfred Eoas. Julian Burg. Alvin Casscl. Judge Albert S Dubbin. Mrs Aaron Farr. Aaron A. Foosaner. Mc'.vyn B Frumkes. William E. Gladstone. Judge Phillip Goldman. Jerome G Greene. Marshall Harris. Jl C Hofmayer, Dr. Louis Leml Mrs. William A. Leone, Mrs. Milton F. Lesser, Pr Alan A Lir'on. Max J. Lorber. Mrs Milton Margulis. Herberl L Markow. A Herbert Mathes Kenneth M. Rabli Joseph R Narot. Lei I Howard R. Scharlin, Roberl Shapir Mi ai M Silver man. Stuart Simon. Dr Rutr A. Simons, Judge Harolj B Spaei Kenneth Treister, M Wise kAtfrl rft.cVrYUA/ Report Kennedy Pressing Israel-Arab Peace Continued from Page 1-A !-el have grown larger. He !cid that in the fiscal year end-o June 1961, "our total aid to >-e! was $77,000,000. In th* :r. vear that ended on June 1962, our economic aid to s-el totaled 584,000,000" while cal DOG RACING EVERY NiGHT IXCEPT •UNOAV NO MINORS lowed Hi I Ided thai Egypt was tot the onlj Arab country to re eive weapons trom Moscow. He ;; Id five other Ar:.h governments have receiver, arms from the Soviet bloc." Rep. Celler sa.o the Hawk decision would have "a sobering effect on the Arab governments. They will realize that they cannot arm themselves to the teeth to destroy Israel without repercussions from the United States and from other free world powers." In addition to supplying Israel wiih radar, ammunition, aerial cameras, armed naif-tracks and other military equipment, he declared, thi : States has "provided trail ing fil i s and publications and military blue-prints %  i nable Israel to manufaci in tarj • | lipment • : rces." Rep. Cotter said the Kennedy A>'ir l ii'i*e'si | ci has made progress in the ."rugs'e egainst discrimination direetet 1 by Arab s'a'es against American Jews, succse.^n? n a'-ari'' many of the Arab travel •-sanctions previous'. fa< ng Je*s of this country. former Pres the United guvei ad a duty to .... tensions between lsra< am I i Arab rt ti ll, sau • ped that "our policy w .n be I this point." and advocated i regii nal development : le East which, he held coi ease fni ons there. ;iu as in >nor ol Dr 82-yi ar-old Denver ed by a Minister P-vid Ben-Gurion and a personal tribute from Colorado's Gov. Stepnen L. h. McNichols. Beth SEiclom Men To Hear Debate Brothci i : V Beth S .. m will ;< ature a debate on inti rntaioial ai : d ni si ; issues al ts open monthly breakfast on Sunday, 10 a.m ir. the Auditorium of he Temple, according to an announcement by Dr. Harry E Hoik. Brothe-.hood president. Viewpoint ol the young American conservative willbe debated ty Stephen Mackauf, who won first I ri in the National Speech Contest Mackauf is a former student .i '.• Beth Sholom religious school Viewpoint <: the young American liter;.! will be upheld by Mason Wolpert, member oi the Varsity Debating Team <1 the Universitj al Miai JWV Day In Corel Gables In %  \ aluable ncrvice: to the n emb rs ol the >m %  nitj eterans a-tf non-veterans .. iki." Mayor Roberl L. ., : r'.i %  • !es, has deslg:..•( Ni : 'i % %  isti War Veti n •.11 the I S Day in his city. Mayor Searli (his week issued a • ri clamation designating the day in honor of Murray Solomon Post and Ladies Auxiliary. The proclamation cites the organization for activities which •have brought credit upon the community." ZIOHIST LEADER NAMED JNF Foundation Appoints Levine Dy Special Report Dr. Harris .1 Levine. former president (i ihe Jewish National Fund, and now is honorary president, has been elected chairman of the F'tindat'on for the JNF. it was announce.i by Albert Schilf, national JNF president, at the last meetUg of Ihe board of directors of .he JNF. Dr. Levine, an eminent physician, has a noted record as a civic and Zionist leader in the United -:,.u II. succeeds .Judge Bernarel A. Rosenblatt, Of New York City, who was forced to relinquish his posl as chairman of th;' Foundation because of illness. The Foundation for the Jewish National Fund was formed ten years ago 10 mobilize the support of American Jewry for soil-reclamation and afforestation in Israel hrough bequests in wills, assignment of insurance, and bond transfers To date, it has amassed from hese sources a potential of $18.000.000 which will be utilized for the development of Israel's economic and agricultural resources 'Living Hebrew' Back on TV "Living Hebrew," the television program which teaches the Hebrew language, will begin its fifth vear on WTHS. ch. 2. on Thursday, Nov. 1, at 6:30 p.m. The broadcasts are sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish F.ducation and the Community Television Foundation. Instructor is Louis Schwartzman, executive director of ihe Bureau. This year, the program will also feature a return to elementary conversational Hebrew, with lessons. by Dr. Aharon Rosen. Israeli educator, in a 12-week series, followed by eight weeks of more advanced social Hebrew. Special booklets containing the entire Living Hebrew television si ins can be purchased at the olfice of the Bureau. 135 NW 3rd ave, Toi ToGUST BROS RY £ A Is the BEST.' • __ 9 PLANTATION SHUTTERS / as low as $ 26 for a 4-panel window shutter expertly installed in your home! WIDTH S6" 53" 73HflGMT %  aril 37 37m 37NO. OF f ANUS 4 12 pmcr $36 oo 51.00 73.00 loa.oo rXiTliniHAt •" •*• rlASTICIZED pint IMH. Ni rLAIUKIftV. nktt, mini pb mutters. WIDTH HEIGHT 3*" x 31" 32" x 31" 73" a 31" IO" x 51" ai — *c Mi weed to insure nfid slrentlk and alia* a lue satii tiaisa. Clftli er wliiM sited witi IM titl prices abate. All out prices include plasticiied paintmi aid ustallatien. WB WILL BMNQ SAMPLES AND PICTURES TO YOUR HOME WEE ESTIMATES 12203 N.E. 13th Ct. Miami 61, Florida Call PL 1-3051 PLANTATION SHUTTERS TV* also monufattura Shojl S


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f ^ n \ M K : / u n ~ by ISABEL GROVE season's beginning for tra al Miami Beach m on Sunday night htful evening in Miami ay evening in Dorothy three-ad dramatization of Edna St. Vincent • Temple Israel beautiful and touching performance of The Diary ol n m Frank" by Thespian Troup Beach Senior High last the auditorium Unlirection of Jay Jensen. thi yi ung people gave a performnee that was mature and thoughtju | Talented Trudy Gertler. who ,,. L the lead role of An/e will surely be a star on : [hat's the career she irsue %  • I ivers Coop feted nan of the group. Dr. Sam ;...„, r and his wife, at a h last week Gnesti of ving for an extended European tour Gaiety was the the afternoon, and it was K> that Arnold 1'erlstein • • his lovely wife. Mae. She played many an A favorite, and every, his voice in song round the piano were an Hermans, George an and Harold Lewen, Mrs Morris Lapidus, Mr. and Mrs, Milton Jacobs, the Peter Nordykes, Harry and Schiff, and Elinor Holm. Dr. Julius Pearson and wife. Ursula, have j;:st wingi ivaj home from a five-week tr,p across the Atlantic Aftet tending a congress of the International Society of Internal Medicine in Munich, they jetted to England. France. Turkey and Greece, leaving two weeks for their look-see at Israel Found themselves caught up in the won cers of what has been accomplished there and would rather talk about tha! country than any other they have seen Another couple who spent their holiday in Europe and Israel are Eva and Nathan Castle. 4520 Alton rd. During their twomonth-long sojourn they saw friends in Paris and London and traveled to Amsterdam. Belgium. Greece. Italy. Holland and Switzerland Return trip made on the United States That important 11th birthday on Sunday ma le memorable for Zena Merl Decky. with luncheon for is of her friends at Picciolo's restaurant, followed by the movie at the Carib Hosts to the young people, the birthday girls I is netes>ary for the [lowering of freedom." i al we are challenged one is in the field rights and involves the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decky A milestone for Mrs. Ida Spivzik. her 70th natal day. was celebrated among her friends in the Sunshine Rebekah Lodge whicn she serves as treasurer And Mr and Mrs. Jack Fine accepted good wishes on their 4-Jth wedding anniversary from the .Miami Bl Entertainment and snacks contributed to the :• and joy of the occasion • • • Gol len Wedding be Is an I Mrs Max Ra-kin, .: unexpected note was struck urprise dinnerparty f; r them by their many friendirorn Temple Ner Tamid and the Chicago Club ... A permanent memento of the happy evening presented to the Raskins was a plaque inscribed with the names and kind wishes of all those present Shaped like a book which they will want to read often, the Raskins will be reminded of the Murray Shaws. Samireenfielda, Mrs Sadie Trosky, Mrs Fannie Sklar, Mrs Manya Le&hin, Mr. and Mrs Louis Hirsh, the Louis Cohens, the Michael Glaziers, Miss Rita Goldman. Joseph Silvermans, Hermine George Meisels, EdSi i gala, .lack Wilsons. Ezra -. Leo Falks. Eii Spi< | < • -. and .Mr and Mrs A. Ross. Ellen Williams driving in her Volkswagen from Hollywood, Calif, 'he first week in November, to spend a few weeks wfth her mother. Mrs. Helene Wolff Helene will then baby-sit with the VW while Ellen takes an extended tour of Europe With Paris as home base, she will sec as much of the Continent I >-hi can cover in a year Helene who is executive director i: Community Concerts dreads opening her mail or answering :he I he phone these days— ticketto the series have been sold out for weeks, but requests continue to pour in Resuming her duties as a Pink Ml Sinai Ilosp.tal Gift Continued on Pag* < %  B c the W ovnan s lAJorlJ ~Jewish Floipidmia Miami. Florida, Friday. October 26, 1962 Section 3 4T VW MEN'S ORT CONVENTION HERE Sen. McCarthy Urges Americans Respond Resolutely to International Challenges ol the n ir.ed Wi m a p i lereiice ol Wornof strength W< i ild ehno.se our • the Fonplace ol action and set our own Eui %  ne Mc schei ule." -.i,.> night Mrs Max M Rosenberg, nationns respond to ..1 president ol Women's Vmerican challenges lhatlORT, stated in her address to Ihe into the overallI Conference that "ORT's outlook the'basic has always been international in : certainty and stabilcharacter Its operations today in mited measure of 20 countries reveal not only a pow erful feeling for the family of na tions but a strong sense of America's role among them." She said that ORT's program ol vocational training for Jews all the rights of our own I over the world was a "direct, cer Iso the rights "f more' tain and proven way of giving them ol the people of security, human dignity and inde are of other races pencler.ee. Whether in Israel, and i France, India or Iran, the OUT stu. dent who learns a modern trade that of economic productive and concludes positive acJJ (if his commuaity ls economic growth .. u ,,, „„, „ B i u „ _.,,., ,u %  using too s that help buil.l not only o four people and .... fc _„._ .. f ,. I,,. ,,.,.! t...nv,' hut the house 01 Against the skyline of midtown Miami, Cedars of Lebanon women salute their founders at cake-cutting ceremonies in the Dupont Plaza hotel. Mrs. Edward Melniker (extreme right) represented the Assn. of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries, brought greetings on the Auxiliary's loui'.h anniversary, and lauded its servi al the same time to '"' >: me „ ume l freedom ORT fashions individual j international security i> lold 300 memnization, gathered %  %  „ c ..L the L s to con. Volunteer bervsce urrenl needs of OHT, T %  %  „. —_ J.J ming agencv which TO OG CXDCInaeCl ....... I "l 1 :.. %  vocational schools m • at Americana "have and effectively in : •' I some wayour re %  -i r since the object •uld be defined and its limitations deter "• SOSfNBfRG In response to the increased intere-t and participation of residents, tie Jewish le me for ihe Aged and Ihe Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women are making plans to expan i their volunte< r si n ice %  .ram. On Monda>. from t 1 30 % %  m to 12:30 p ni the Home will conduct its annual orientation and training course for new Council volunteers. The orientation session is part of the in-service training and professional supervision which volunteers are assured on the job. For the past year, volunteer workers of the National Council of Jewish Women have served re l dents of Douglas Gardens in a variety of activities As groupwork leaders, volunteers apply their skills in such activities as ceramics, sewing and basketry, card playing and folk dancing, choral groups. 1c at here raitand newspap er-pubbshlng. Other volunteers make fri. ndly < Isits t< and the lonely, while si me function as letter w t iters for the residents MrMarguerite Siege! is citizen chairman of the program. "Coffee" at the home of Mrs. Louis Glasser is the site for discussion of plans for the Technion annual banquet Ncv. 28 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Chairman of the dinner is Al Sherman (center), vice president of Mechanic's Uniform Service, and an officer of the South Florida Technion chapter. They are shown with Dr. H. Franklin Williams, secretary, who is a vice president ol the University oi Miami. Sinai Women Will Tour Hospital Second in a series of membership coffees will be given by the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai ;al on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Mrs Herbert Mathes. president of the Auxiliary, will welcome -ut-:A film will be shown high lighting the many facets ol tl tal in which the Auxiliary i .. \ ital r Mrs dward Roth, tour G and members of her commit ice work and programs to help complete the hospital's upper three floors. Shown with Mrs. Melniker are (left to right) Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs. Julian Robinson, Mrs. Doran Zinner. chairman oi the reception, and Mrs. Rose Coleman. FOR TECHNION Dr. Williams To Talk Friday Dr. H Franklin Williams, vice president ol the University of Miami. \> '.' Ic cues -piaker at a tea pivei by Mrs. Leonard Zilbert on Friday, l p.m.. at her home. Tao-i W. Treasure dr. Thi i ial is oni of a countywide -i of functions sponsored bj tie South Florida chapter of Techi ion. Women's Division, to i\vit< m bers Tech; ion is the only engineering I a el of univ rsitj stan%  ich trains scientists agriculturist* and research specialists 'i create reservoir of trained citizens who will help the country i me si II sufficient. Dade women do not raise funds fi the university They use their membership dues to provide schol. rsl ips lor student'-, laboratory exi s, tuition, and textbooks. For < cry SI.000 raisi bj dues, ti.e en's chapter iable to sponr another student to Technion. \'ie< president in charge of South Fl rida member recruitment is T udj Hammerschlag Mrs. I'M lent. Sefh Israel Cord Party Pisterl DI ol Beth Israel Congre%  sponsoring i card party ; on Wi ) evening Hel rev, v < e my bl Ig 1 • ee dr Mn Isadora • ( hair: tee will take prospective members on a guided tour of the hos] ital Mrs. John Owen, vice presiden will be available for inten i< !( IK Ip place new • Mrs Saul H. Mark and Mrs i re n • m %  M stes i le daj will be Mesdames Raymond Fein Kern. 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day, October 26. 1962 Jenisi> fk jrSdHenn Page 13-A %  a > SAYINGS OF FATHERS r V — IS urf /our qualities in d"is. he who quic\ly understands |(|) forget*. Iiis gam dishe who under,th difficulty and forget* %  disappears : he who understands j difficulty l. lie U'llO llll: : difficulty and forIIM is an tvil portion • r • ii characters sugii ho attend the ••;,! %  lie who goes and ... :. [ secures ihe relic who T''" • secures the rehe who !!>'<•> is a saint; lie u'ho practices d : %  • hU frllou' tingle rule, a ix fir i ::. %  ought to e son of %  Bi aui • stri %  .. and con • u said the '. (I y, if ii be •( usness, men and the adorn• the : : .. % %  head; a croi -. unto the wtst .. id :: says, chil .. i the croum of adornment vf /\./i.)l.-.l /f t iftc£ J he ^/ Vcw Israeli! Celebrate Simchas Torah JERI SALEM I.ITA) — Joyous in synagogues and on i marked the Simchas : in Israel last weekinds 'ook part in pub %  inns in Jerusalem \s\\ Chief Kahbi Itzhak Minister for Religious rh Warhaftig greeted in Jerusalem's be-fla'gSi i'. outside the Heithi Supreme Religwhich organizes the year In Tel Aviv, greeted bj Mayor ir and Chief Rabbi 'GuideAlters Ritual Practices JTA1 The ReFoundation, the rem founded by RaoM Kaplan with adher' si rvative and Rev dedicated to "the I Judaism as a recivilization." issued its Jewish Ritual" this atures of the Guide '"' ion oi ihe full equalmen in ritual matters, I the traditional dis!" between the Cohen * religious use" of the 3n OL 7&a/m Of JH t lavni s r^eligjious &L^ife The Loyal Temple Member Should Attend the Services By RABBI MORDECAI PODET Temple Judea Amnnc us is the person who is the synagogue's highest hope, and at the same time, it's greatest menace. He is a Temple member, probably in good financial standing, dues relatively up to date. And whiie he is by no means over-occupied with Jewish aflairs, he (l | are surroundini Therefore, they arc worn during the morning prayers only, since at that time the individual has jus! ari-cn has | uril'led himself, and certainly is in pure surroundii during his morning prayer. Why is it that on Simchas Torah we erd the reading of the Pentatuch and then begin again from the beginning? Tinis don.so thru the public may be impressed with the fact that one is never finished with the Torah and that each time it is read something new is gleaned. As a matter of fact, this procedure is followed in the prayi is too which begin with Adon Ulum and end with Adon Olam • • • Why is it that when the first passages from Genesis are read on Simchas Torah the congregation repeats aloud certain sentences? The reason for this is because the reading from Genesis on Simchas Torah is not clone for reading alone as it is done on the following Sabhath it is done also for study and, therefore, the congregation repeats certain sentences aloud to participate in this study and to affirm their faith in the creation of the world by the Almighty, It is also claimed that es winch shall declare the sayii and it v.. :,u it was mornGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avc. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever. Friday ."..:> p m Saturda) %  JO Si rmon ai thi Woi Id l"r< -' • • I t'.r ill.'We' of the "I?' Host 1 halo* Sendot Hai rj I 'an mi > — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Conaervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. LiDson. Frida) ." %  r. i-in Saturday M a m Bai Mltzvah Jlmmie, son of Mr and Mm Solonv 'ii I 'n siii' %  > — • — BETH EL. 500 Sw win ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schift. l-'iiilny .".::;" p.m. Saturday S n n m Sermon "In thi Beginning Mlncha -.. p m BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. i %  : i\ s !". |• ill Sermon-: The Rtsyk I >..i Satiirda) s l.i :i in i %  M >' un. .-..II uf Ml and Ml I..ml V. x.. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodcx. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. i. • .• ri I %  i %  S' i mi n '. Si-w !: %  -.' iiu i; %  -1 %  .,u. :al women'si mi u Shatiliat — • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. .:>i |. in Saturday in ., m %  Sfrmon rii nU i lod Thwe is ,i I '•• iclnn • — • — BETH KODESH. 1101 SW ::th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Raubi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Saturda) v c. ., m Sermon "Thi Bi nlna of >;• %  .• -i^ Si udi nta' Ber\ %  en to a.m. — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. ie-m st. nd NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip %  chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Iriilav s "n p.m. Sermon: "A Disrate • %  Fatal Mediocrity." Baa MIW%  in Sharon, daughter %  < Mr .ml Mr Gerald Zimmerman. Saturday '•" .i in Uai Mltsvah: Jamea, BI n of Mi* .mil Mrs l: i n.ml Marks; Herman, s..n of Mr. anil Mis MUITA) lir.-nbera;; Herbert, sn >>{ Mr. and -Mrs. Saul Hliinu nl h.tl. — • — OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richtjr. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Pi da) 8 r< p ni. Sermon: "In the Beginning, God." Saturday 8 30 a m Sermon Portion "f the Week." Bar Mltsvah l.ai s"ii "f Mr and Mrs Harry Tropp, — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pt. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfold. Prlda) •;•::• p m Saturda> V a m Bar Mitivah: John, sen of Mr and Mr s.i'n Seidman. • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday Sermon "Stor> of Creation — • — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mofern Traditional. — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643R SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. r i the I'nlvi \l | (| : i I Pt I i :n.. i irdaj 9 a m. It.ir -..II ..f ,\ii i nli • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURLN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Morris Berger. MI. s. rmi i:. 'I'm Satui daj '.' I lar M ll /'.ali Ira, son nl ^l .i nd Mrs Sniiii \ Wasserman Mini p in. TEMPLE BETH AM. E950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantcCharles Kodner. Friday v SO p.m. s. rmi • 'Thi Sew Translation of the Blbh — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 av*. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — • — TEMiPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hull, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rari I Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Fi iila \ si;, p n Sermon: Is I>lvi the Ans.i. i Sni in daj : %  30 .i n Se! n I \ ..in."' — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative P'bbi Samuel Mendelowit*. Cantor. • — TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 ChasJ ave. Liberal. Ratbi Leon Kronish Cantjr David Conviaer %  s TEMPLf -^OLOM. ib NW GEMS OF WISDOM tii'cnest is an %  %  % %  ieehng. of in%  \ ADLER. • Since tl truction of the Tern. have hcf" closi :urr TAL-MI i' • S, .:: %  • %  feeling ticijuiri •( HNITZI I K • • • W'l.c '• • %  to In* • master. SPINOZA '.u felt JWEIC • n/n : '-••• as not to expose < % % %  \ in s YOHAI 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S M. MachteiIYJ.I.I. 30 ;. n. Sermon: "Tour t rea livi Bowers i 'in Shubbat Ii"-' -.. %  ,.:..... i .-• • %  : %  Junior fongr* a.m. Sei mon 'The Weekl) Portion — • — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler Friday *• 13 : %  >" Saturda) 9 a.ni Killibi Herman Cohen i'.l preaoh on ••The Weekl) Portion "f the Bible — • -• TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th it. Reform. Rahbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:13 a.m. 8erme>n "What < an Religion and Tour Temple I '" for Yi.il'"' Reception for new member* of ih.' Temple will follow service. — • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown. Friday 8 t r p m Bermon: '•who Speaks fur Jewry?" Slaturday 19:30 a m, Bar Mltavah: Stanley, son of Mr ami Mrs Abraham Stein, — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Prlda' s ::, p.m. Sermon: "The Story of i %  :. ation Fai I or Fiction." urda\ :• a m, Sermon: "TinPortion ,,; Hi. Wl • k Bar Mitivah Btl ^II %  Mr .HI. i Mrs Arthur Kohl. — • — TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st. and Tatutn Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. a\ s.i", p.m. Sermon "Communism, Christianity ami the Classroom.' — • — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12 00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. I idll ( s ; ". |, I,, | .'!,. iiitr BI n I. %  f 1 ...\\ i -Hl • M ISI anil Torah." b) l >r Abba liill.i i <.i run! .n 111 • B i Mltll all Stanli >. .%  n : Mi and Mrs Ufi • d — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry WernicV Cantor Albert Glantz. "I'll. Oel • n Shabbat hoel .s gtei hoi .1 Sal urela) 9 a m • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabni Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack Lerner. — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi Heishel Brooks. Cantor Ben Zvi. Pi Ida i i and S.lo p m, Sermon: •i % %  r. Wntei thi i it finning .•: Crea Don rda: N I". a m Sermon "And Cod Saw, What Hi Created Waa i: I — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday S:3 S-i mon: "i Ii m •in tteelnnina ol Man." Saturda) I 10 ., in Rar Mltx> ah Jan, sun ..f Mi and Mi Reuben I I ..-•!. I man. — • — YEHUCAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie h'w Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. i : Ida) s IS i'.ni saturda) 9 a m. Bar Mltsvah Howard, son ol Mr. and Mm Sidne) Strom. — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. %  T CIUSJ CANDIEUGHTING TIME 28 Tishri — 5: 26 p.m.



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Page 4-A vJtnisti Hcridi^r Friday, October 28, 1962 %  ,.. -'I "Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published every Friday slice 1927 by The Jewish Florldlkn at 1"0 N K. Sixth Street, Miami 1. Florida. Second-Claas Postage Paid at Miami, Florid*. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member ot the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Xashruth of the mtrchandlso advertised ::i its columns. RATES: SUBSCRIPTION Local Area One Year IS.00 Three Years $10.X Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 43 Friday, October 26, 1962 28 Tishri 5723 America's Gravest Hour To say that this is the gravest hour in American history since Korea is to evaluate uncritically the danger of the present situation. The prospect of a nuclear war was an impossibility in 1950. But the nation by mid-week could conceivably be at the brink of one. All of us join at this desperate time to pray, each in his own way, that the seemingly inevitable will not occur. And, whatever our partisan feelings, we stand behind President Kennedy in his decision to meet sguarely and :.rmctively the Soviet incursion of the Western Hemisphere. Speculation is, of course, the dearest child cf today's crisis; and we here add our own. Bother than offering predictions about the future, we suggest as being significant these two facts: 1) That the Soviet Union, though in a constant struggle with the free world since the conclusion of World War II, has never been required in all these years to employ her own forces, relying instead on pawns for her campaigns; in the case of Cuba, the massive use of Russian military personnel committed to a total war would be an absolute necessity. 2) That the sudden Red China-India "border" war delineates even more sharply the Soviet dilemma posed by her intricate and atodds relations to both countries; the continuing failure to overcome the dilemma, which is hardly resolved by so simple a thing as the surface cessation of the hostilities Wednesday, leaves the Soviet flanks increasingly exposed. None of which lessens the depth of the abyss before us; but it at least offers a glimmer of hope in the present international chess game whose stake is the survival of man. THE TABUS TURN Great Britain's reaction to the Cuban crisis is not difficult to understand. On the one hand, it represents the kind of apathy emerging out of comfortable decline, which Nikita Khrushchev mistakenly suspects exists in the U.S. But more important, it is the natural development of the 1956 Suez-Sinai crisis, when the Eissnhower Administration showed more than apathy with respect to Britain's dilemma — when, in fact, Britain in her hour of need, along with the foresighted action of the State of Israel and France, was stabbed in the back. Ike's blind "piety" six years ago sowed the seeds for England's slow warming to U.S. anxiety today. We didn't care about the fire in their back yard; and we mustn't be quick now to judge their reticence to send out their hook-and-ladders to help us with our own. Festival of Arts Dinner The Festival of the Arts dinner Sunday is cnother in the many programs of the Israel Bond Organization here whose activities go toward impelling forward the economic and industrial upbuilding of the Jewish State. In this sense, the dinner is a significant contribution, for it spurs further South Florida's energetic activities in behalf of the Israel Bond drive. Particularly, the Greater Miami Jewish community has a noteworthy record in bond purchasing that stands high in the annals of the bond drive internationally. Functions such cs the dinner this Sunday will, it is hoped, raise Miami's status in behalf of Israeli progress even higher. For it is the progress on the economic and ustrial front, among others, that has served to reinforce Israel's independence won so dearly on the field of battle back in 1948. /.-hand with her other achievements, IsKS forward to a totally free way of life Bl ceserving people. iDe me old fez and The same ok* -IricK the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN .. ORT Deliberations Here The national board conference here of Women's American ORT was to wind up Thursday with a glamorous fashion show — a show aimed at more than titillating milady's interest in her sartorial splendor. For these items highlight one of the significant vocational training courses in the international ORT program, particularly as exemplified by the Alice Seligsohn School of dress design in Israel, among ORT's proudest installations. ORT has as its main objective the technical training of indigent Jews in backward lands, from which they have come to Israel and other free countries, seeking a new way of life. In their 600-odd schools over the world, the Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training endeavors to help these Jews toward the new start of their dreams with the kind of trade education that will give them immediate employment in commerce and industry — and the immediate wherewithal for the achievement of personal dignity in self-sufficiency. Deliberation on a national scale with respect to the role of Women's American ORT in this worldwide program has been the purpose of the board meeting here at the Fontainebleau hotel. And the fashion show, symbolizing one of ORT's outstanding technical achievements in behalf of Jewish humanitarian endeavor, is a fitting climax to the conference. I WAS AT Hakofos the other night, and sat in a con (Ilin IIP the Week t?"Ptive ">o> the ageless art of men cunning in style. If there is any clou!)' n this, simply examine modernized versions of the Bible that ante late by far the coming Jewish Publication Society edition, such is Goodspeed's, which sounds like gobble. Or read the uninspired | ip that passes for the popularly-used translations of some of the most simple and awe-inspiring prayers in the Siddur. They are a religious outrage and an offense to the ear. The exalted language of poetry is an absolute prereqi isite to the miracle and mystery of the religious experience. Ii scholars yearn to vulgarize the extant meaningful translations. wh> not, fur example, also seize upon other classics, and make modern works of Shakespeare or John Donne or Christopher Marlowe? The Histadrut Conference The one-day conference of the Israel Histadrut Committee this Sunday will hear, among others, from Consul General David Tesher, of Israel. Also on the agenda is Dr. Sol Stein, national director of the National Committee for Labor Israel. The conference, to be attended by delegates from a variety of local Zionist-affiliated organizations, will particularly bring to mind the projects Miami is undertaking in behalf of Kupat Holim programs. Histadrut and Kupat Holim, medical arm of the Israel federation of labor, have played a significant and historic role in the emergence of Israel in our time. The conference Sunday should give those who attend its sessions some new insights into what Histadrut programs here hold for Miami in the future — and what tr.ey hold for Israel's betterment. THE SCHOLARS WILL reply that Shakespeare and Donne an %  lowe are not translations, and that to tamper with them be to tamper with content no less than meaning. But thi that the perpetrators of the new JPS Bible, according to the licity releases, are also tampering with meaning. Indeed, Di Orlinsky. chief of the crew, seems proud of precisely this ment. Thus, there are many complex theories offered at archaeological discoveries to tell us that the opening line i doesn't say what the Hebrew means. Or that, in the same paragraph, "rooach Elohim miracbefes all pnai ha'sehom" refers to the divine spirit of God, but to a '•primeval wind.' the Jews of the Biblical era had no concept of soul; hence, it to translate "nefesh" as soul which, instead, becomes "mar Nowhere, for the sake of newer accuracy, is the word, "soul Here, the reduction of the language is accompanied bj reduction in intellectual intent and this perforce becomi ad absurdum in spiritual purpose It would only seem logi the next step tor these busy men is to excise God entirely Bible. Perhaps they are ashamed of Hun as something fashioned and unacademic. seeking in the "human zii lation to divest the divine from the work as a whole I am to feel that rabbinical scholars who are sociological Jews quit being rabbis and become sociologists. Should the spiritual v.mid make them uneasy, let then! to another world: but let them not preach to me of its il to rationalize their own defect! Ii. according to Orlinskj must now set mj sights on "primeval winds'' ar.d deny m; delight that .lews have always been intoxicated by "nefo "neshamah sheh nofachtah be"—"the spirit Thou hast breal me"—then why should I remain Jewish and suffer all the al travail being Jewish often guarantees? How can I believe an; in the historical necessity of a Jewish continuum, or take I the implied divine intent inherent in Jewish survival thro ages? What is the point of being different if I am no longer dil Marwould ruth is ir pubHarry hieverecent lenesis >r that al that m the %  i al. 1 lish "i %  I, the I MIGHT AS well go to synagogue and read the "Iliad" or %  both of which are also admirable works deriving from tl (oopsi and the conscience of a Mediterranean people, fndev I"' haps I shouldn't go at all but join, instead, the mighty parade marcning under the banner of the new translation: a banner BUggi the .lews of antiquity were little more sophisticated than then rain basic neighbors. Parenthetically, it should be noted that the Orlinsky *P pro ff*i^, ;i boomerang capable of placing into serious question the denial of the Christian revelation based, among other things, on ^ gross mistranslation of the Isaiah "saar ha'shalom"— "prince peace" passage—and its "almah," or "young woman." wnicn ^ church declares to mean "virgin" when, in fact, the H \ irgin is "bsoolah." ri Once having suggested that we. ourselves art no longe in our own lai how can we claim ignorance in Othei Most of all, the -oil of religiOUS belief Is the ation toward friendship with the divine. Make il all work-i we will have Hung Irretrievably from our i handful ol ms at our fin I we mon one final effort I a fraction more.



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Page 10A +Jewistfk>ridii&n Friday. October 23, 1962 FORM UNITED FRONT Argentinians Organize Against Anti-Semitism BUENIS AIRES —(JTA)— Leading Argentine political parties and personalities joined this week in the formation of a United Front Against Anti-Semitism In a statement announcing the new organiza!.( n. the signers declared the step had been taken "to promote permanent action against all anti-Semetic manifestations and any form ci racism." Sponsors of the new group included Dr Carlos Adrogue. former Interior Minister; Gen. Pedro Aramburu. former President of Argentina; Oscar Alende. head of the Union Civica Radical del Pueblo. ( .. of the largest political parties in the country; Adolfo Vicchi, head ci the Conservative Party; and Americ Ghioldi. head of the Socialist Party. Included among the tponsors was the University Stucents Socialist Party The founders of the new movement issued a statement, declaring: "World experience in this century shows that anti-Semitism is the most alarming symptom of tensions among negative forces which can put a stop to a coontry's growth and development. It is also an index to the presence c* unadapted or psychopathic personalities whose actions, projected into social and political *ie Ids, sharpen present difficulties and make impossible democratic cohesion." %  th< .-ami time, three Jews whi wen arrested last July in an h between police and Jews guarding a synagogue dur,i j th< height oi the summer's anti-Semitic incidents were released, but two .lews were continued i r detention. That announcement was made by Dr. Mariano Grondona, subsecretarj of the Ministry of the Interior. who -aid the two Jews who wire i 11 released will be brought before a court for a hearing. The clash occurred in the Buenos Aires suburb of Caseros when police in an unmarked car were approached by the Jewish synagogue guards and ting broke out A police intor was fatally wounded. The 1 AIA, representative body of Argentine Jewry, Is dealing with the gal aspec ol the ease facing the twi accused Jews The Rev. Julio Meinville. a Cathclic pries; and author of the virulently anti-Jewish work. 'Mystery ci the Jews in History.' meanwhile reiterated this week his anti-Semitic \iews in ;. letter to Harry "R Luce, editor of Time Magazine. The letter was published in the El Mundo in Buenos Mi • v.. writing in r a Time arli( l< i n his anti-Si Abe Horrowitz Masquerade Vuxil V'etera ieen n is juera %  i %  • -. • thi L'nifii i activities, denied that he had been, condemned by the Catholic hier-1 archy for his opinions on Jews. He I said that his books had received | the imprimaturs of the Archbishop : Of Buenos Aires "Regarding my affirmation that Jew s are the sons | of the devil' I only repeat the teachings of our Lord Jesus.'" he' stated. I T Branch Has New Supervisor New youth activities supervisor at the North County YMHA Branch is Howard Margolis. who has spent the last three years in Dade countv as a group worker at Youth Hall. In his new capacity. Margolis will supervise the after-school, junior high and senior high divisions He will be the first full-time group worker to serve as an assistant to the branch director at this location. The North County "Y" i< a branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. While attending Ohio State University, Margolis was associated with the Jewish Community Center of Cleveland He served for three summers as a counselor at Camp Wise, which is conducted by the Cleveland Center, and as a club leader for the same agency. In addition. Margolis was aquatic director for the YMCA in Lima. 0. In his new assignment. Margolis will l>e responsible for the organization of programs and supervision of leaderin activities for children ol elementary school age conducted during the afternoons. His evening responsibilities will involve the complete supervision and coordination of teen-age programs, including club presidents council, inter club activities, and special events Among dignitaries participating in the Me Dante Fascell, State Rep. Cciey Matthews. Ami pilgrimage Bon Voyage party recently Standing (left to right): County Commissioner held here were seated ((left to right): Zev W. Tom Sasso and Mrs. Sassc, Miami 3each Kogan. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president, Councilman D. Lee Powell, or.d Vice Mayor INF Southeast region. U.S. Congressman ci Miami David Kennedy. Miami Caravan Leaves for Israel HOWARD MARGOUS UF Maps Stellar TV Show Here United Fund will kick off its 1962 fall campaign with an all-star television simulcast on Saturday. November 3. it was announced by William C. Lantaff. United Fund president The show, which will he carried on all three local television channels, will star Gloria De Haven. Henry Morgan. Dorothy Sarnoff. and Mel forme Music will be under the direction of Jacques DonAlso featured will he ventriloquist Kay Carole, the variety team of Ferre and Man., plus the 75-voice versity of Miami Symphony Choir directed by Glenn Draper, Emcees, representing ihe three are Clunk Zink. WTY.l. i layton. W< KT; and Virginia Booker, wi.r.w "This .not a telethon." Lantaff e\; bul \ ariety ting Ihe volunteers ol United Find of Hade County." The show w ill be taped '>< I ire ence of volunteers on Wednesday. Oct. 31. at Dade County Auditorium It will be televised on Nov. 3, from 11:15 p.m., to 12:15 a.m.. on chs. 4. 7. and 10. Volunteer producer will be Jer> ome Chnur, who has i irected both the Bell Telephone Hour and the U.S Steel Hour. Purpose of ihe program %  to bring attention to United Fund Sun day on Nov. 4, when thousands ol volunteers will begin the door-todoor campaign ;n an effort to raise the 1962 campaign goal of $2,847,962 A group ci Greater Miamians left Tuesday t> go lo Israel, where the> will participate in the dedication oi Me Ami, this community's twin citj to lie erected in Israel as a project ol the Jewish National Fund Council here. Participants in lh< M< -\mi caravan an Mrs May Berg. Mr and Mrs. Johan L. Berman, Judge and Mrs Irving Cypen, Mr. and Mrs Herman Dermer. Mr and MrEzra Finegold, Moysha Gimmelstein, Mrs Bettj 1 Gingiss, Mrs George Goldberg, Mrs Kate Goldmeer, Mr. and Mrs Peter Heller, Mrs Ethel Herzog. Mr. and Mrs Morris Kantor, Mrs. Lena Karg. Mrs Milton Koch, Dr. Zev w Kogan, Dr. and Mrs Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Fannie Liehnian. Dr. and MrMeyer Marks. Mr and Mr(ier-hen Miller. Mrs Ros Mi.-i .-son. Mr and Mrs Henry Penchansky, Mrs Miriam Press Louis Roissman, Mr and Mrs Barred Rcthenberg. Mr and Mrs Herbert Shapiro, am; Bernard Sil ver The •.'.-> up v...last week feted at a boi ... -i functii n i the Algiers hotel. Digi itaries who a .di i ssed i gal I eluded Hei Dante l state Hep Caiej Matth Vice Mayor of Mian i David nnedy, Miami Beat un .: %  :... i Le< Powell, and County Coir Tom Sasso Leon J Ell, i ."< sidenl ish Nation.,, f in I of Gt er Miami, now ,i ..: ii I i I'..' st, "ill join the caravj Isra part in the it a; atn n I Also sp< ..-..-• i .''. the function wen Kabl Ma\ ibramown/, pi! >.<.! ul Southi.,-t region, 11 n Ii man. chairn .; dal r i for the J> \. I lure. who will I:I II prayer at thi :• c< mj in Israt 1 on N. .. 5. • SAM TENDLERS { SIMONIZ XING STATION j .l. 2nd AVE. I n S*l '. 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Friday. October 26, 1962 -JmistifhrXUar? Peg* 3-B Emanu-EI PTA Installs Officers Mrs. Seymour Alterman has been installed as new president of the religious scb*>uJ i'TA of TCIIIIIIC Emanu-EI. At the installation ceremonies at the North Branch School, the chairman of the evening was Mrs. Milton Feller. After thanking Mrs. Elliot Harris, outgoing president. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, spoke on "Traditon vs. Superstition." "A program of activity, bringing the faculty, parents and children into closer harmony." is being planned by Mrs. Alterman. A PTA board meeting presided over by the new officers will be held at the Temple's Sirkin Hall on Nov. 14 at 10 a.m. MrPhilips Brooks is the new membership vice president, and other new officers are Mrs. Paul Blumberg. recording secretary, and Mrs. Ronald Ager. social secretary MRS. X, ,-.tt.. SEYMOUR ALTtKMAN lei -of I the hostess committee f Israel's bur II • ,IIHI fashion Indusillmost renowned i has created a group %  most <>f them made Marc Bohan. designer, designportion of the collechi new ensembles ii i by Israel's most nturier, Lola Beer are special deli lr I -igns of handloumed fabrics by Ma-kit. mainly created by Flnj Leitersdorf; tors by the Houses of Stefan Braun and Neulander; knitwear by Aled and Elanit; and couture-type beach ensembles by <.;>>; lex The Israeli fabrics being used by Dior were designed by Maskit. Laglom, and 1-ser (Ireenfeld and Sons. The Dior Israel collection had its world premiere in Paris, at the Avenue Foch mansion of Ihe I'aron Edmond de Rothschild, the European president of the Israel Bond Organ cation It is the seventh ol the annual fashion shows that hav< toured some SO American and Canadian communities under the auspices "i thi Israi l Bond drive. It is anticipated that the Diorkind in which ihe House of Dior has ever participated, will achieve unprecedented success, MrEmil Morton ichairman ol the Dior-Israel fashion presentation. Israel i llet tion, the first • : ii I:\RVS CONTINcNTAL w c-: T ,,-ring, Men & Women >; • ration*. 25 years. S Mi.^mi Ave. FR 3-9182 I / SIS WILLENS to see IECOR IN PAPER 1 RSONAUZED • & INV.TATIONS occ ition PL 9-3975 any time MRS. DEMETRY Kiown Corol Gables i 4 4 Seam< formerly on Giralda Avenue E WEST PALM BEACH BEAUT Fill NEW CACELAND Appel Fund Drive To Wind up Here Gr< -: %  i Miami Women's Auxiliary, J< -h Home for th. Aged, group will meet next Tuesday noon in thi R %  a \ al room 11 the Algiers hotel. MrSol Silverman, honorary president, will give the invocation Mrs l.. renc< Silverman, presidi • A ill givi (he address of welcar., II meeting will culminate the Sidnej Appel Medical Fund drivi of whi< h Mrs, charlotte Kati is chairmi lembers ire requestIppel • \ 5 will be • Ii Progress i f the Auxiliarj par;. : building fund A-ill l e reporti d by Mrs. Sol building fund chairman ., %  to thi social takin • the Deauville hotel, hon: :, Givers and Share owners ol the new bnilding fund. tribi Call %  SY!> MILSEN JE 2-3231 PERSONAL FLCRAL CONSULT AFFAIR tc REMEMBER BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach There IS a Differenci Mowers TRY OURS V.ECCNGS-BAR M TZVAMS-GARDEN PARTIES BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY A HOSPITAL BOUQUETS FRH DIUVERf ALL GREATIR MIAMI Rabbi Shapiro on Television %  N Shapiro will ticipatt in a telecast ol the %  Jewish Worship Hour' on ch. 10. VVLBW, Hi.Sunday, i 1 a.m His topic will be "The Essentials of I ife." Rabbi Shapiro is spiritual •