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The Jewish Floridian ( November 2, 1962 )

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T eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ,e 35 — Number 44 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 2. 1962 Two Sections — Price Zl' rael Condemns World Anti-Semitism at UN IH TOP COMMNITV LEADERS "JA Names Friedland, anis as Co Chairmen / Pivotal Campaign 1ES7IGATE FIRST ivil Rights een in Peril IXG BEACH. Calif. — (JTA) — lagenc.v of the Long Beach Jew nmunity assailed this week • si d anti-Communist amend:. which will be on the Calihia ballot in November, as proy a whole array of denountiith privileged irresponsibilIt (he ..'M time, an interfaith the "Northern Calls Citizens Against Proposition (the amendment's ballot numformed to fight the draft. :\U rship of the group comcitizens of various faiths, in(( several of the Jewish relight* Community Relations Comite of the Jewish CommonFederation of Long Beach atcked the proposed amendment a report which was published the Jewish Federation News Ire The report urged Long ch Jews to "investigate before vote" and offered speakers the issue to Jewish organizais. h< report noted that the proContinued on Page 12-A Samuel N. Friedland and Ernest Janis, noted Miami civic and philanthropic leaders, have accepted the co-chairmanship of the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, it was announced Wednesday by Sidney Lefcourt. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. "As sponsors of the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, which helps Federation and its agencies meet the needs of 25.000 of our friends and neighbors in the Miami community, and mobilizes support for the United Jewish Appeal dedicated to saving lives throughout the world, we are most fortunate to have as co-chairmen two leaders who fully understand the problem at home and abroad "I know of no men who are more devoted and who better understand the importance of CJA than Friedland and Janis." declared Lefcourt. Speaking of the work of FedContinued on Page t-A Comay Speaks Out Against Terrorism in Argentina, Rising Tide of Neo Fascism BIGOTRY ABUJID, PC. 9A; MOftf JEWS CONDEMNED. PC 11 A SAMUll FRIEDLAND UNITED NATIONS— (JTAl— Israel spoke up sharply this week at the United Nations against antiSemitism and racism throughout the world, pinpointing the recent .outbreaks of anti-Jewish activities of neo-Nazis and neo-Fascists in Britain and the United States, and sharply condemning anti-Jewish religious and cultural discriminations in the Soviet Union. The Israel statement, dealing with the entire gamut of "manifestations of racial prejudice and national and religious intolerance."' was made before the General As* sembly's 110-mcmber Social. Humanitarian and Cultural Committee by Michael S. Comay, permanent chairman of Israel's delegation here. He did not cite any country by name, but his reterences to the lands involved in one form of anti-Semitism or another were unmistakable. The Social, Humanitarian and Continued on Page 7-A DURING CUBA CRISIS OtNtST JAMS Keep Border Peace, U.S. Requested Israel and Syria JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The United States asked Israel and Syria to do their utmost to avoid new border clashes in view oi th< Ru>soAmerican crisis over Cuban arms. Defendants in Giant Trial Admit Killing Minsk Jews COBLENZ — (JTAl — Two more defendants, in the trial of 14 former SS officers and men on charges of murdering 70.000 persons in Nazioccupied White Russia during World War II admitted this week they had participated in the mass killings Johannes Feder, a former SS of5. Declared 'Underdeveloped' In Matters of Jewish Culture SEW YORK (JTA) — A leadi ducator asserted here • week that, whatever American r : culture, "we make sure leasl on ocean away He fl" the argument that "there automatic transmission I Jeu '~h culture from Israel" to United States, the speaker, Dr. Judah Shapiro, petai ol the board of the NaP nal Foundation for Jewish CulT r< also told the annual convenF of the board of directors of National Council of Jewish [omen that the United States was ?n underdeveloped country for Wish culture." I Mrs Leonard Weiner, NCJW, % ice president, announced that P/* organization has set up • $5,*cholar$hip grant, to be %  *"ded annually tor four year* ^ r original research and writing Jewish life The initial grant was awarded for the current year to Dr. Erich Rosenlhal. associate professor of anthropology-sociology at Queens College, for a study on the American Jew in terms of group cohesion. Mrs. Charles Hymes. president. announced that the organization was forming a nationwide service corps for senior citizens, modeled 1 on the Peace Corps. Under the plan, retired people would volunteer to help staff undermanned health, welfare and educational! services in their communities on a 1 non-sectarian basis. Mrs Hymes also announced that | Argentine Jewish Women, responding to official Argentine Govern-1 I ment's assurances that authorities there will stamp out anti-Semitism. I are expressing confidence in their, country's future by purchasing Arj Continued en Page (A fuer and a Criminal Investigation Department inspector in Cologne after the war, said he had "merely supervised" the transportation ol Jewish men. women and children from the Minsk Ghetto. He testified that he had seen the gassing o: Jews in specially built vans and that, subsequently the bodies were thrown into a ditch for disposal. The indictment against the 14 ex. Nazis charges that they kille i more than 30,000 Jews A. Merbach, 50, charged with murder in 24,000 cases, admitted guilt in the killing of some 5,000 Jews whose execution he said he had to witness. He said that, in the spring ef 1942, he had taken part in the execution of 1,000 Jews and that, on another occasion, when 10,000 persons "had to be killed" within three days, he was Cont : nued on Page 6-A That message was conveyed to ihe Israel Government of the Unitid States Embassy in Tal Aviv along with continuing information on developments in the crisis. Syria was similarly approached In other aspects of the problem. American Ambassador Walworth Harbour. U.S. Ambassador to Israel, met with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Mrs. Golda Meir. IsraelForeign Minister, to discuss possible Middle Fast developments stemming from the RussianAmerican dispute. In Washington, Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman was one of the diplomats summoned to the State Department by Secretary of State Dean Rusk for *n emergency briefing on United States moves in the Cuban quarantine. The Arab press and radio, notably in Damascus, sought to link the recent U.S. decision to sell Hawk missiles to Israel with the st long American action against Cuba as somehow related and proving United States "hostility" to the Arab countries. United Nations experts noted Continued on Page 9-A CAME TO MIAMI JWB Planners Were Prepared For Inevitable By Special Report Moving swiftly to cope with human needs arising from the impact of President John F Kennedy'.-, order imposing a quarantine on the shipment of offensive military materials to Cuba, the National Jewish Welfare Hoard last week set into motion a program that reached as far south as Miami. JWB is the agency authorized by the government to serve the religious, welfare and morale needs o£ Jewish military personnel in the U.S. Armed Forces and their dependants, and is responsible for reContinued on Page 5-A Nazi Papers Say Lindy Aided Hitler WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The State Department published this week captured German Foreign Ministry documents revealing that the Nazi Fmbassy in Washington claimed that it maintained contacts with Col. Charles A. Lindbergh through a U.S. general staff clique "which has the greatest import ance as a counterweight against Jews." Friends of Col. Lindbergh, according to the Nazi communication, asked the German Embas-y to have the Nazi press stop praising Lindbergh because it undermined his oppositon to the "interventionist." policies of President Roosevelt On April 27, 1941, Naii Charge d'Affaires Hans Thomsen and Gen. Friedrich von Boettichcr reported to Berlin, conveying the request President Roosevelt had just denounced Lindbergh's "America First," agitation. In a communication marked "most urgent and top secret." the \i.zi told the German Foreign Ministry and the German chief of genir;.l stalf that "Lindbergh repreCcntinued on Page 10-A



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Friday. November 1962 fJenisI!/Tk/nfJ/rJir? Page 3-A Inited Fund Sunday This Weekend fill Launch $2,847,962 Campaign ... | Fund 1962 fall cam %  niitn opens Sunday, when thou 1 ", volunteers througnou' hade count) will begin soliciting [heir neighbors in an effort to nist Thecan I aign "ill be started with kickolf b w on Nov 3 when an hour-lor.i all-star salute to volun,,.,. A: '< presented. Srrirr9 e able to reach every home in Dade county." said Will | ;in Lantaff, United Fund president in ted out that the presnt Cuban crisis has put an immeiate strain on the services of the. U(l Cross. Travelers Aid Society ind I'SO, all United Fund meml r • gencies. "These three agencies have been isked to expand their services, and hey need immediate support. 1 jin sure that everyone will want i) respond in view of the situation," Lantaff added. Lestor R. Barnhill, chairman of the United Good Neighbors Division, which covers door-todoor solicitation and small businesses, tmphasiied the need for a successful campaign '.The Slogan for the 1962 fall campaign is: "Help Them All All At Once." United Fund will hold its first; report luncheon meeting on Tuesday at the Dupont Plata hotel. Vance Packard to be Heard in Second Of Temple Israel's Forums on Nov. 13 VAMCE P4CKAX0 Dade Houses of Worship to Help Open United Fund Sunday Campaign Here •• churches and synobserve United Fund ••i weekend with hun" ( i r ,.,i• ol worship devotpart of their religious It the community wide ol support for the 1062 i |, fund campaign thousands Of special i niti Sabbath program covli tins ill be distribut11. on Friday niht (Jewish Saturday (Jewish and Vdventisl I and Sun or through chilis and Sundaj school %  home lo their parWilliam C. Lantaff, president E.'obiiiked It 31 of the United Fund of Dade County, and Jay I. Kislak, campaign chairman, said this year's United Fund Sabbath "is by far the best in Dade history." Chairman of Tinted Fund Sabbath for churches and synagogues i. Dr Max Karl, director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews Serving with him are John Ward, editor of the Catholic Voice, Catholic chairman; Luther C Pierce, executive director of the Greater Miami Council of Churches. Protestant chairman: and Gerald Schwartz, public relations counsel [or the Town of Surfside, synagogue chairman. Home OwtjajeJ Homo Operated v ,' TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN "Tho Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK \CALL F R7 1411 / Oreattr lit—ft Ufftf*.IxtemlBattf Floridians Will Vote on Tuesday Floridians are expected to go to the polls in record numbers for a ; non-presidential general election Tuesday, with voting places open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. All registered voters. Democrats, Republicans and Independents, can ballot in the general election. Only two statewide races are on the ballot. Democrat George Smathers is opposed in his bid for reelection to the Senate by Kmerson Rupert, and Railroad and Public Utilities Commissioner Jerry W. Carter faces GOP opposition from II. B. Foster. Dade voters will fill two Congressional seats. Incumbent Dante Fascell faces Republican Jay McGlon in the fourth district, while the new third district in the northern part of the county pairs former United States Sen. Claude Pepper, Democrat, and Robert Peterson State legislature races find Dem 1 ocrats George L. Hollahan. Earl I'aircloth and Carey Matthews opposing GOP standardbearers Elwood T. Lippincott. Charles P. English, and Al Schrader. School board contests match Democrats Jim Hendrie. llelene J. Voslob and G, Holmes Brad Jock again Ralph T. Craigo III, Charles P, English, and Arthur A Atkinson. English is on the ballot twice, Also on the ballot will be proposed amendments to Florida's constitution, including a ^-apportionment proposal wich would increase House membership to 135 members from 95, and the Senate to 4ti from SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS /MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 H.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED W can answer your phone in your own name. Less &f "•n $5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 Vance Packard, the man who made household words of "status seekers."' will be featured speaker for the second in the Town Hall Forum Series of Temple Israel on Tuesday evening, Nov. 15. at t'/ Temple. With the recent publication of "The Wastemakers," Packard is I the only author in recent years to have three best-sellers in a row in the non-fiction field. He previous [ ly made the No. 1 spot with "The Hidden Persuaders" and "The Status Seekers." I A social critic of the first rank, Packard pioneered in alerting the American public to the techniques employed for "persuasion in depth" advertising. More than a million copies of his book, "The Hidden Persuaders," are in print. For the "Status Seekers." he traveled in 15 states and eight for( eign countries and brought together the findings of more than 150 sociologists. His findings showed a trend toward a more rigid class system in supposedly classless America, which in one way or anolher affects the lives of every citizen. The work includes a significant chapter on the relationship of status and the Jew in American society. Temple Israel's Forum Series is ilmost a complete sell-out, but here are still some tickets available for the remainder of the series, which will include John Mason Brown, noted literary critic, and Gen. Carlos Romulo. who will be heard in February and March. Jewish Culture 'Underprivileged' Continued from Page 1-A gentine Government bonds. She •old the board meeting that the Consejo Argentino de Mujeras Israelitas, an affiliate of the International Council of Jewish Women, had joined with other volunteer or; ganizations in Argentina in the bond ; buying effort Addressing the NCJW board. Label A Katz. B'nai B'rith mter. national president, also reported on the Argentine Jewish situation. • *.*••***** Keep Florida Strong with THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All procfcdi go towards support of tho Horn*. You may contribute, take • tax deduction or we will pay ceth for same Remtmblr we are NOT %  profit-making organixation Wo • ro helping your community to loop it. dignity. By helping othert you •re helping yoursc-W! Manufacturer* and jobbers—remember—we can use all your >utcasti or misfits. Pease call us for earlypick-up. 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Friday. Nowmber 2. 1962 hni*,l fhridlia,r Poge 5A LfTTIR TO THI EDITOR Reader Agrees Bible Must Maintain Spirit EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I applau.1 Leo Mindlin on i xcellent column on the new! I s forthcoming translation of Bible. ment on the cold, scientific, translation, I would Indeed for recogniied scholars. I c< rtain that heated, adverse, criticism will be forthcomiside from lln-. what has i ned, .mil what lost, by this tori Has "Yiras Shomayfor the Eternal—been : Or has the Bible been jusl another book? -k> is quoted as sayim| r ivemcnt" in the ntcnre ol the Bible is • ia!i m "f the implication v bi gan al this point, rrol fact traditional com-tatcs lhal Mis world was not created by God. Be. how -iil) it is lor an) finite lo tate when Eternitj bewhen wc consider the mean: Eternity, which had no be The Bible is not < scientific *crk, and nevr was it consider d so. The Bible came to fill a human need for some contact ith the non-scientific, mystical Eternal. The Bible, very proper ly, is couched in poetic, dramatic :*ngu*ge and abounds in metachor and allusion, with veiled efferences. It has a definite purposeful rbjective — to inspire man; to lift him up higher than his limited, finite existence; to %  .ly his incomprehensible cr.ging to reach out for some•hing beyond himself, perhaps unable, so that he can fulhis puzzling unknown desny. %  • thai detracts from the thi i letic st>'.<'. the majei i i nr the wonts implications i at harm I i the spir Rabbi Jaffc Gets Doctoral Degree '/.. Jaffe, spiritual • • Both El of Holly%  is recently been awarded : Doctor of Theolog) irl n Seminary, Col. Ihi -:dealt v ith "Making %  Experience Meaningful In is School" i>r Jaffe was ned at the Hebrew Union Coil' %  Ai-h Institute of Religion in %  here he received an MHI. 50 holds a Master of Arts • i from Teachers College Ol a University, DOCRACiNG EVERY NIGHT ilnal facet of human living. The picayune, speculative, theoretical el fort ny Dr. urlinsky et al to "alibi" the Red Sea crossing, to remove the traditional supernatural miracle aspect, to force the story to conform to the limits of thenminds, constitutes a definite doe eration. For this misguided ef fort affirms that God is not able to suspend, at His Will, the natural forces thai lie Himself creau I When will the ill advised effortof these sociological Jews." %  Mr Mindlin calls mem, stop transforming the '•Spirit ol God" jusl a lot ol 'Mnd. or my immoi I soul into an animal concept? As a .ii who has felt that our eternal mission has am pi) justified our continued, albeit troublefilled survival, I feel deeply ashamed thai this aberration should come from our camp, urn the tamp "i Ji ish The Jewish Publication Society Speculating facetiously. I venture to say that the number of converts to Judaism would have increased greatly if Dr. Orlinsky & co. had favored an other publisher sponsored by the multitudinous proselytizing groups among us. As a final thought. I wonder what this new ••transformation" has to say about the "old" injunction in our Torah against following false prophets and leaders? Will this be taken to exclude those who seek to destroy the majestic grandeur of the greatest inspirational work that we humans have ever had 0 GEORGE GOLDBERG Miami %  XCEPT SUNDAY p 800 ftp' NO MINORS %  f i Sept. 28Jan. 12 Chaplain Samuel Sobel, Jewish chaplain, Fifth Naval District. Norfolk, Va., lends a helping hand to a youngster evacuated by air from U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as a Marine in background helps another boy off the troop-carrier. Youngsters were in the fir?t planeload oi families of Naval and Marine Corps personnel at the Guantanamo Bay base who were sent home following President Kenndy's order to guarantine shipments of offensive military eguipment to Cuba. Medley Names Kamp as Judge The City of Medley recently apconvention held this past week. pointed local Miami Beach attorJudge Kamp was a f orm er Mi ncy, Henry A Kamp. as associate am j Beach candidate for the school municipal judge beard, past commander of the Judge Kamp was also elected to SurfsideBay Harbor Jewish War the hoard of directors of the FlorVeterans, and member of the ida Municipal Judges Assn.. at a Knights of Pythias. JWB Planners Were Prepared For Inevitable Continued from Pa.-je t-A cruiting, ecclesiastically endorsi and serving Jewisn chaplains la -ill branches of the military. Miami organizational and spiritual leaders met Sunday at 'he offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to hear a detailed report of the program frsm two top officials of the National Welfare Board. Here to brief the community leaders were Joseph Gricnhut Hi tor of field operations of JWB's Armed Forces and Veterans 5 rvices, and Nathan Loshak. region* ..; JWB consultant for Jewish C immunity Centers in the South. JWB's Commission on Je ish ( haplaincy alerted all civilian his serving as part-time Je ish chaplains at military installs! ii, the Southeast to a state of r Iin i rdt r that they woul able to provide increased relig and mor.de services required by Jewish military personnel mo into that area. Arrangements were complel I for Rabbi Nathan Witkin, direct >r of JWB's Armed Forces Service ("enter in Balboa. Canal Zone, to mobilize Jewish community resources required to meet the religious and welfare needs of Jewish military personnel moving into the Caribbean area on or adjacent to such places as Puerto Rico. Virgin Islands. Bermuda. Bahamas. Jamaica and Trinidad-Tobago. Immediate direct service .as also established for dependents of Navy and Marine Corps personnel evacuated from Guantanamo Bay. Cuba, at Norfolk. Va., by Chaplain Samuel Sobel. Jewish chaplain at the Norfolk Naval Base, and 5y David Zwerdling. USO-JWB V:> ginia area director. turrtnl C'viderd Rate on Savings INSURED SAVINGS • LOW COST HOME LOANS 4 PAID AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Your Dentist is a specialist ...and so is Dade Federal There have been many great advances in dental care in recent years and your dentist must keep abreast of these changes. This means adding new equipment, developing new techniques, and constantly studying new discoveries...all after many years of intensive schooling. 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Friday. November 2. 1962 *Jeni$fi fhridHimn Page 7-A Israel Condemns World Anti-Semitism at UN Conttrwed from Page 1-A Cultural Committee began Monday mc.iing to debate a resolution, pending in various forms Sl ,-ce January, 1963, ori 3 ina!!y adopted by the Human Rights Commisticn's Subcommission on Prevent ion of Discrimination and Protec'ion of Minorities. Since 1960, the draft has gone through various st?ies, being watered down to *he draft en the a-?en-'i Monday so thot the term "antiCemititm does not appear. Arab ieorese natives, backed by the Soviet e'ec, were chiefly resio-.s ,i,le for deletion of oecific nientio-. of an'i-Semitism. however, the draft is still considered a strong coio'emnution of a'l forms c> tacism. Mi i omay was the opening %  iii,. L immittee debate t, ; He expressed i> that the ti-xt should reference to anti-Semil : requested n< t only that the rex ution be adopted but also i :., Vssembl} instruct the L'ni\ • %  Secretary General to j it Assembly in 1963 on if any, member states i %  v. ipe out anti-Semitis With l naming the USSR, but :. ctly at the Kremlin re' 'omay told the commiti | refer to what maj br< adlj i„ •. ultura discrimination ( re mil '•' %  groups are thi freedom an i facilities n their distini live Inngu :i_.' lit • ruture an 1 traditions II i. paii oi :' i state that a : the Jev ish peoph : wn singled I %  i in a land "Inch offi ( nizes I le identity <>l nati and reli ou thin Hborders includJewish group, the mem i which are formally de • 'heir d< uments •>! iden li • .,tii ing Jew ish in nationality \,i religious group, i"<>. this is d< p'". % %  i'il of the pn i lives i huh are still extended to other faiths, such as the proucticn oi sacred books and art!'"-. • • training ol clerics, a:'.;l contact between the differenl local .•ommunties within the country, or between them and Jewish comuunities elsewhere "In brief, the Jewish community .'. thai iiuntrj has be n tra .;. ill} t oil irom II i>,'. n rich r iligious md cultural heritage as well as rom nJewi h brethren in the i st 11 the world Their helplessless ; s aggravated by the growing though by i %  a is oi v. il to find .1 i h *capi. ats for •o n. mic diffii nil ies." Bracketip/j the situation of Jews in the Soviet Union and the anti-Semitic outbreaks in Latin America, Mr. Comay told the committee that "hardly a week has gone by during the current year without a report of some act of anti-Semitic violence in some country. Bombs have been thrown at Jewish schools. Jewish business premises have been machinegunned. Synagogues have been bombed or set afire, or their windows shattered by stones or bricks. Gatherings have been attacked by organiied gangs of hoodlums. Swastikas and filthy slogans have been smeared on bui'dings. Jewish cemeteries have been e'escrated ar.d tombstones uprored. And, during this last summer, there were two incidents cf young people abducted and tortured with swastikas branded into their flesh.'' Mr. Comay, who visited S uth Vtnerica lasl summer, durii heighl of tli<' iv-'.; n il anti jemitism in various countries, in hiding Argentina, Uruguay and Guatemala, declared: ii mi{ hi !' tempting I i dismiss most of these incidents as the work of lunatics or juvenile delinquents But, of ,ale, organized Nazi groups have tecome b ilder in some countries. Their loaders are frustrated wouldehrers, sum unded bj youththe authorities of the countries concerned. Those manifestations aro f.ir from being only a Je ih matter. They maj starl with m' ful and black-shirted storm-troopof the Rockwells and Colin Jorj ow i 8n feeling, but thi' attack or.who were hardly born when dans and their eounteroarts in %  < ,the Third Reich died In their luui.i.ir^.n: hroad-ns o-i" to includo other public raUies there are heard once '""" AmCTlca and e,8ewherc are ?roups against whom latent prejagain the obscene cries of the Nazi arousing the contempt of responudicc ca> be inflamed, and in due era. sible public opin'on, a"d mrre • %  • % %  course il may undermine the ... oils attention t h ;in h'hiTto from I have no wish to exaggerate the size or importance of those groups, or the measure of their menace. Yet we cannot ignore thorn, or persuade ourselves that they will wither awaj before derision, Such movements feed up on intolerance and envy; they gain support from former Nazis who have found refuge elsewhere, or irom local reactionary elements; and they seem to find funds for public demonstrations, floods ol anti-Semitic pamphlets, and the legal costs ol their defense on those occasions when they are prosecuted." Mr. Comay also criticized "lawabiding and liberal" countries like the United States and Britain. naming such neo-Nazis as England's Colin Jordan and America's Georue Lincoln Rockwell on whose behalf, he charged, "freedom of spech is invoked to protect its verj negation: the preaching of totalitarian doctrines "In the face of this democratic quandary," he said, "insufficient account has been taken of the fact that Nazism in all its manifestations became recognized as criminal after World War II, and that mary Nazi leaders have been found guilty of this crime not only at the Nuremberg Trials but under various national legal systems since then. Freedom of expression has certain obvious limits; it cannot properly be exploited to propagate concepts which the civilized world has branded as inherently criminal." "Lei me say in all fairness." 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Pcce 8-A +Je*isHTcridK5r Friday, November 2. \%i War For India By MAX LERNER ;t uas three years ago. almost to the day. that the Indian people is still an undeclared war on China's side but noneihele-.. The Chinese tactic is to attack and to accuse the Indians of ag. -sion Thi1scarcely surprising i: :< war according to the Chin.-, The Indians have auain been taken by surprise and again are eked Rt thinese duplicity. • • • The sad fact is that, despite the three years' time the Indian Deft Ministry has had for preparation, and the ample warnings of what coming, th<\ 'in! not prepare adequately. Defense Minister Krishna on -a>that the Indians in the Ladkh area have no roads and have t e supplied by low-flying planes which can be shot down by rifle thai they have not been trained for the climate, as the Chinese .ers have: and that even the sun conspires against them, being "—a curiously un-Churchillian confession of hopeless helplessAnil he adds that the Chinese will be forgiven if they stop and ave: "Even after what the Chinese have done to us. if they mend r ways and desire a peaceful settlement, they will not find our P. me Minister unwanting in statesmanship." The feet-and-knees bit is gone, and the tough pose, and what has :• <.ced it is a plea for peace at almost any price • • • I say this, despite the prevalent American feeling about Menon, v rout rancor India's plight is the free world's plight, and the danger ; ;-.dian freedom is too great to allow for personal feeling. Nehru has been pressed by the Socialists to break off relations China, but he is doubtless waiting to see what the Russians can 1 ith their good offices His w hole China policy has been based part!. %  n trying to appease the Chinese, but mainly on wooing the Soviet ITr.Ion and thus playing Russia against China. The Russians have given ]rc:a economic aid and promised to sell it some MIGs as well. The r^p rt is that Nehru has had a conversation with the shrewd Russian assador at New Delhi. Benediktov There are several things the Indians might have done to meet the r *ary crisis they >awing coming. They might have reached a meet.. A minds with Pakistan, and formvd a common defense perimeter it: but this would run counter to Menon's conviction that Pakistan 1; more dangerous enemy than China. They might have taken their < • to the L'N. where they have championed Red China's cause so long with so little gratitude. But this would have meant embarrassing -1a and the East European Communist states, who would have had 1 e counted publicly on the issue between China and India They .t even have trusted the U.S. ana its intentions sufficiently to take 1 heavy military aid America would giadly have given, but that iu> U :iikable because it would outrage Russia. Thus the un erstanding with Khrushchev was the pivot of India s a policy, and it didn't work The very thing the Indians might • relied or. heavily—the split between China and Russia — has w orkigainsl •;. since Russia and China have gone so far in their k the Russians have no pr—ure they put on the Chinese They < .ot threaten to withdraw economic or military aid which they are r %  i\\ TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5430 Sunset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516 7551 Dadeland Mall Ph. 667-2524 Friedland, Janis Will Co Chair CJA 3 Continued from Page 1-A eration and of the Combined Jewish Appeal, Friedland, whs is honorary president of Federation, said that "the need for services sponsored by the Jewish community is equally vital at home and abroad, and that the respsnsibility upon the community is increasing daily. %  ij one who is familiar with 'he life-savii rk ol the the I iti'J h Appeal and its agencies in continuing the ma s imi and al ol immigi pe, N >rth Afr 1 : lem c intri I : % %  • %  mam lri| to I• %  : in which : ,-ed as coi t ras t e • th. modern h 11 in Israel thai w< n ready I them thanks ntributi Vmen can Jew rj "I am e iuallj I imili ir ith the problems ol our ov munit> and recognize that the ra] of population brings with 1 creased lemands health and welfare servii • land continued, "I have ace. manship for the 19 Jewish Appeal drive I realue the growing urgencj ol the.-e prol lems and reci gmze that Mil} Ihri I .ration 5 needs ai and I morrow's Miami community." Janis said thai 1963 Egyptian Spy Ring Smashed JERUSALEM JTAi Israeli officials annoui • week the arrest of five Israeli Arabs as Egyptian spies, and the smai ot a well-organized espionage ring maintaining contact with Egyptian intelligence. Interrogation of the five Arabs revealed that they recently returned to Israel from the Gaza Strip When arrested, ofliciaN said, the Arabs were carrying large amounts of money in Israeli pounds, and a collection of Israeli identilication documents. Officials said the ring held its meetings in the Tel Aviv zone. A member of the group recently crossed into Gaza with a Jewish girl friend who was arrested there and held aa hostag I ir the Arab's "good conduct most significant year for our Greatel Miami Jewish Federation and for the United Jewish Appeal, as it marks the silver anniversary of dedicated service by each of these organizations. These two extraordinary anniversaries are of most vital importance to US, and I have accepted the cc-chairmanahip with Friedland knowing that this will not be a i,.r reviewing a quarter eenturj o| activity, but a time for planning to meet vital local and initional needs needs that will „,,]!• itly in our own lifetime." Janis stated Federation and its agencies comprise our community's most important network of health and welfare agencies. Too frequently, we fail to realiie the large number of cur friends and neighbors who have been helped by Federation's agencies. We tend to overlook the fact that these agencies were called upon because they were able to provide exceptional care and counseling through staffs of the highest professional quality." In announcing the appointments, Lefcourt said that the newly-se. chairmen "possess distinshed recoi ds ol 1 mmunal ler 11 : are nun.:" re I among the lership of Miami's finest or izations ind communal instituPri di nl ot the Stan ard Club : remple Israel, nis is i urrentl) treasurer "f the Gn ater Miami Jewish Federation He irman of the B lildi r Division ol the Combined Ji wish Vppeal, 1.1 member of the Pres • %  • Council of Brandeis L'nivei sit) a trustee and executive committee member ol Ml Sinai H '-pit.il. and a member of the executive committee ol the AntiDefamation League ol B'nai B'rith Chairman of the board ol Temple Emanu-EI and honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Friendland is also a trustee of Mr, Sinai Hospital, a Fellow ot Brandeis University, and chairCedars Trustees To be Oriented Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will conduct a trustees' 0 tation pro gram on Nov 26 to acquaint hospital leader, with flMCti || department, it was announced b> Sanford K I$r tor. "The educati 1 | trustees' training will include visual displays and photo exhibitas well as on-the-spot observation of department* in act; 11 said Mrs Claire Wise, who %  > coordinating the program Limited strictly t a trustees, the Nov. 26 conference will pinpoint hospital policy, personnel procedures, and plant inspection of new equipment. An original skit. "Trustee Talk," has been made available to businessmen and executives who accept positions with the board. Cedars trustees are now engaged in a capital fund drive to secure contributions for completion of the upper three floors of the six jtorj structure, thus providing an additional 174 beds for the hospital Total btJ capacity would then be 282. V^/ tUCTRIC GLASS I0TT0M ^^ BOATS man of the 1962 Miami | >rae | ^ Committee. "In recognition of ='isting uish(( humanitarian service," e 1 land was named by the Syivan,*,,,. 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Friday, November 2, 1962 Jewish fh)rMfrn Page 9-A Israel, Syria Urged to Keep Peace which in effect opposed'the naval | quarantine on Cuba while the Arabs continued their long-standing complete economic blockade of Israel. Continued from Page 1-A i The study was compiled by Fran„„„ %  .. cis O. Wilcox, U.S Assistant Secrelarge inconsistencies in that stand, ._,, „ f c .„.„ *„i.„,. n ,.ii n •.KM. ;., „—. J-.U.. ;|tary of State for International Organizational Atfairs from 1956 to 1961. Mr. Wilcox analyzed the vot-' ing pattern of non-aligned nations at a street corner near the Embassy. The police, asserting the demonstrators were interfering j with traffic, dispersed them after a minor clash in which a nurrt_ ber of the pro-Communists wtr* arrested. In a related development. Prim* Won of the United States in placing Hank anti-aircraft missiles, "these weapons that are ready for aggression, at Israel's disposal at ) D.T. Diagnisi3. Dilemma and Testing is the theme of the a time when Israel is announcing ion by board members of Jewish Vocalional Service ,r "' determination to complete the Ufa* a. the Sheltered Workshop. 11 NE 52nd st. Board !" £ £ J*""ft '.he Negev de-ert by tone, and at on 80 important roll call votes in I. was pointed out that the same „ JJ h (;enpra A ah sates which urged the Unit(1| sessi()ns mc|u(|i ^ RL! h ," .7,1 S K VI and committee meetings. The conMinister David Ben-Gunon warnRussia to negotiate differences have i .„ adamantly refused to practice that l lu: !" ,ns ere #*"?!*. '" .f* ed his countrymen that it was danpreachment in regard to Israel T • S8 .f ed b> ht Forei8n Pollcy wrous for most of the population Association. In a tvnicil stati'mi-nt "Suiai ii ., %  < i_> ,0 be concentrated along Israel in a i>pit siatimmt. M\dt aiPolice meanwhile threw a corArab the Damascus newspaper ,)„„ aroun d the American Embassy which reflects Government views, building here in Tel Aviv when Isthe Cuban developments as rae p s tjnv Communist Party an• nounced a march to the Embassy to protest the United States quarantine against Cuba. Some 200 protestors assemb'ed chores in an era of nuclear-tippe I missiles and urged dispersal I empty areas in Israel's northern and southern sections. The warning was contained in the Prirru Minister's preface to the Israel Yearbook which is due to be issued soon. making the presentation here are Mrs. Gerald Soltz, 6300 S • 3rd St.. vi:e president of the agency; Mrs. Sam Slark, 5025 5 66th ave.; and Sidney Efronson. 5930 SW 62nd pi. Charge Soviet Using U.S. Leaders to Abet Bigotry Temple Execs Plan Convention An outstanding array of expert a time when the United Nations talent will provide an exciting prowill begin debating the United B ram "' workshops anil discussions States Johnson Plan, which is pnat Ihe 21st annual convention of marily designed to rehabilitate the ,ne National Assn. of Temple AdPalestine Arab refugees and finalrnir.istrators in Houston, Tex Nov. Ij liquidate the Palestine problem 5 '" 9 —clearly reveals how terrible the \i rs Milton S. Malakoff, Temple ship Plan, work-hops on new new United .States plot against the Beth Sholom; Edward Cohen, Ternsources of income, personnel tecriThe executive board will ort* \ene on Monday, N >v S, ar.d early arrivals will be the guests of tho local executives at an informal gec% together that evening. j Discussion of the NATA Fellow£ %  > Special Re^art The l\ kmen's rcl •. national aternal in i cultural orcharge I We inesday that o disl guishe I m mbers of the lewish immunity are ii ems %  i be used as for ant liti %  in Sm %  issij vat at stai u. i .eon i-m in the Soviet Union at the present time. Recent trials of .lews, ihe Department t"ld us. were ostensibly not lor religious activity but for alleged involvement in -peculation or other criminal offenses' The Kornienko letter quoted Prof Herman as saying: ""In the past month. I have read reports in American newspapers that anti' % %  •• ssman, % %  %  tive director Semitism is supposedly growing in the American Council for Judathe Soviet Union. To my mind. Harold S. Herman, pro ilure is a large element of subjecj r oi aw at Harvard, are betivism and inaccuracy in these rei II by the Soviet embassy ports 1 know they are often eonI ti nswer protests inspired nected with the recent trials in the li tin arcurrTulating evidence of csSR of big speculators, thieves S let anti-Semitism reported in ao d embezzlers. However, this !.i the pr st and in the United Nations m y opinion, does not mean that any : thei agencies. Nattier Chanin, general secretary of -~t Workmen's Circle, said that tru Soviet embassy had cited stall~ients made by both men in answtto a protest his organilation hsd made against anti-Soviet ant' Semitism. He said it had M quced an Israeli named Mr. Zahavi. "Upon inquiry," Chanin said, "2-havi turned out to have served as a Communist member of the Israeli Knesset." ., • tter • > the Workmen's •nil h> G lorgi M KorSoi let ib issy quoted saying "We have talkit 1 iviet experts in the govI out; th •> see no sub of the broad charge of nt Jew in the Soviet I ion The State Department %  it told others, 'here is i ent-il "I anti-Semit policy of discrimination is bein; pursued against the Jews. My Jewish friends in the Soviet Union, with whom I discussed this question, confirmed this. For among those convicted are not only Je\i but individuals of other nationalities. "1 would like to draw a compariArabs is." An evaluation of the United Nations voting records revealed Israel's record was the most proAmerican, while the Arab -tales -ided overwhelmingly with the Soviet Union The Cuban crisis dramatized the findings. Israel's votes coincided with the U.S. stand 48 times, and only four times with the Russian vote. The Israeli record, from a viewpoint of most frequent similiarity with the American position, surpassed even such nations as Ireland, Sweden, Finland, Austria ar.d Cyprus. Votes by the Arab League states compared with those of leftest Indonesia in frequent support of the Soviet side. Rabbi Rottman Is Honor Guest Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, vice president of Mesivta Senior High School, and spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation, will be guest of honor at the second annual scholarship dinner of the Mesivta pie Israel; and Ellis Robbin, Tern nique, machine accounting, anct pie Beth F.I, Hollywood, will be congregational archives will ba the Miami Reform administrators technical features. in attendance. Cohen, editor of the national magazine, and a men; her of the national executive will be moderator of the Problem Clinic. Beginning with registration Tuesda) morning, the four-da) session will be climaxed with Sabbath eve -i rvices and a reception at TernAll business sessions will be h^'if. .it the new Sheraton-Lincoln hotel. i Southwest Wife Club Affair Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhi od held its annual nite club) affair on Saturday. 9 p.m., in thw Casablanca hotel A cruise for tw< pie Beth Israel on Friday evening, to Binvhti was given awa) JU£* 'Keep JERRY W. CARTER son with the position of Italians in on Sunday. Dec. 2. at Wal.lman's the United States. The majority hotel of the gangsters in the United chairman for tne evcnt is AU X States are individuals of Italian an der Moscovits. who will be ass.sl origin But one cannot, and to my ed by SamU el Reinhard and Louis mind one does not, draw the con^] onU | ( ? ,. n elusion from the tact that thev are brought to trial and severely punHonorary chairman. Leo Robin [shed, that the United States pur son, will have Harry Genet as cosues a policy of discrimination chairman, and Louis Pollack has Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. ouAtrrr coNTtAcrwc t wtvict 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3 2616 against Italians. "It is sometimes also said that •very action of a state directed against the Jewish religion is • manifestation of anti-Semitism. But here it seems o me, cne m jst always bear in mind whether this action concerns on ligion, particularly, th or all other religions too. If a state pursues the same policy in regard to alt religions. Orthodox, Catholic and others, one can call if anything, but certainly not anti-Semitism." Chanin said that 'correspondence with Sussman and Prof. Berman has established that the quotations were accurately attributed to them been appointed chairman of the arrangements committee. All students attending the Mesivta, 1"21 Biarritz dr.. now in the third year of operation, attend on full or partial scholarships. ly one re UlpCM COlaTSeS e Jewish, sr To Begin Here '08 bfTTft NCUfM VIS/T TH! MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Physical Therapy • B>i/ Conditienii.a Ceet-ol Diagnosis OA4 X-tey Colonic lr-'ji'.jns Cabinets and Manage Ultra Soak Therapy 7235 Biscayne Blvd. PHON! PL 7-7234 Ulpan courses of intensive Hebrew sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education will begin on Nov. 6 and 12. Ulpan courses in two sections will be held at Beth Israel Congregation, from 8 to 10 p.m. Beginners courses will be held In fact, the full text of Sussman'sion Monday under the direction of statement is worse than the excerpt Meyer Samberg, education director from it that the Soviet embassy is of Temple Ner Tamid. The intercirculating In line with the exmediate group w ill mefl on Tues treme anti Zionist policy of the day under the direction of Herbert American Council for Judaism Berger, assistant director of the Sussman is trying to create the imBureau, and a third group is be-1 pression that the reports of Sov: ing organized at Beth tmeth Conlet anti-Semitism are merely Zion-, gregation ist lies calculated to whip up senRegistration in all groups of the timent for Israel Ulpan sessions may be made at Chanin said that he considered the Bureau of Jewish Education Prof Berman's statement "deplorbuilding. 135 NW 3rd ave. able not only because of its sly .— and evasive language, hut because of its unwarranted slurring of mans view of criminality among Americans of Italian descent. I Italians owes more to television suspect he said, that Prof. Berthan to actual crime Statistics. Regardless of whether you vote as a Democrat or Republican You cart vote and keep Jerry Carter your Commissioner of Florida Railroad and Public Utilises. JERRY CARTER has the eipe-ie-c* as your Commissioner in doatinq with the in*ricactcs of transporitton and u*i'ity rate regulations, plus hij so'id background and knowledge of the astute handling of commission business. JERRY CARTER has saved Florida Residents. nearly $200,000,000. ON ELECTRICITY, GAS and PHONE BILLS. JERRY CARTER'S PREVIOUS RECORD TALLAHASSEE AREA — Jcry Carter was diieclly resoooible for refunds to 'he customers ol Sou'heas'e-n Telephone Company in North Central and Northwest Florida o( rearly $1 million. SOUTH FLORIDA Four |4) separate rate reductions on Florida Power and Light Co. were ordered by the commission In I9S7 reducing electric light rales $.725.000 annually. Another $200 000 in M). another 6', 4 million in I960 and another for J2 million. Total nearly >iS million in this vast area alone. PENSAC0LA The Commission ordered rate reductions o( $257,501 annually — went into •Kct January 1958. (Gull Power Co.) JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted to $105,727 (Jacksonville Gas Co.) MADISON Commissioner Carter brought before the commission the phone company serving Madison, into a public hearing on rates and in inadequate and inefficient service. Charges were cut ONE HALF! This action spurred other phone companies in the state to install more modern and efficient equipment under the supervision and through the cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commission. All FLORIDA Reduced rates for natural gas have gone into effect all over the state by order of the Commission. Jerry Carter's F'rst act was to urge investigation and it resulted in the first statewide 10 percent reduction of eichange phone charges; and abolished a 50e per month charge for desk and hand phones. Reflect JERRY W. CARTER C OMMISSIONER FLORIDA RAILROAD & PUBLIC UTILITIES Group 2 >



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Page 10-A •fiJenist fhridftan Friday. November 2, 1 962 Greater Miami Zionists meet to map the 25th cnnual Southeast region ZOA conference at the Diplomat hotel Nov. 22 to 25. Seated first row (left to right' are Julius Trushin. Sarah Goodman, David Goodman. Louis Rabinov.itz. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Fishman, and Sender Kaplan. Second row are Mr. and Mrs. Ilia=s Siegelman. Joseph Mechlow, Joseph Spar. Louis Lesselroth, Al Lefkowitz. Herman Wilson. Philip Thau, and Joseph Alter. Third :ow ire Ben Appel, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weintraub. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman. Standing (left to right) are Gardy Goodman. Martin Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Al Osheroff, Mrs. Fanny Ruddy. Mrs. Julius Trushin. Theodore Trushin, Abe Grunhut, Dr. Milton Lubarr, Gil Rappaport. Harold Shapiro, Al Sherman. Louis B. Rudnick. David Goodwin, Mrs. Bessie Greenwald, and Mrs. Sylvia Meyers. Theme of the conference will be "A Quarter of a Century of Achievements for Israel." Giller to Chair Dinner Honoring Rappaport Here on Sunday evening, Nov 25, Greater Miami .1 -wry will loin with delegates from the 12 istricts of the Southeast region of thpe I on i American Jew s "a herd a ghetto psychology thai ill •an American citizen." Though the vast majority of American Jews are not Zionists they are apparently "unaware of i! Jewish political nationalism done to their thinking, feeling I conduct." declared Rabbi MorS. Lazaron, of Palm Beach. F a. Rabbi Lazaron was [he featured eaker at a meeting of the Coun<. I's New York chapter in the Hotel Debnonico. Dr. Lazaron observed that the vast majority of American Jews are not "Jewish" nationalists, end "have no intention to leave here and go to Israel," though they have worked for its estabI'shment and supported it, out of praiseworthy motives. But they seem unable or unwilling, he said, "to recognize that there is a difference between the sense of kinMETRO INDUSTRIES INC. 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He cited newspaper account.charging thai the announcement was timed shortly before congressional and state elections as "evidence that Proceeds for Youth Aliyah I. H. Goodman group of IUI .. ah held an all-gamei part Saturday at the homi oi v. '" Mill) r. 3167 Royal Palm u t e dwill go to the Youth ect. New Cuban Youth Club Young Judaea this week inpounced a new group for Jewish hoys and gir pup. organized fi r ii South Beach area, will h initial meeting on S I ••o in, 3 30 p.m., al Ki i Sj nagogue, The group w ill be • reel on of Shalom Epell Paul left, executive in charge of information man of the annual Israel cade of Starat the Mi. in Auditorium He is also a vice chairman of the Greater Mian ZO \ District brick fund for the Mortimer May Dormitor) in Kfac Silver TWIX CITY GLASS CO. GUARANTEED MIRRORS STORE FRONTS FURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVERING AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1123 16th Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service ''GREATER MIAMI'S FIRST An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE FR 9 1593 %  •' i ecision among L'nited Stal s lews ivas m I I. -: on th \ Imii istration Dr Lazaron agreed with an editorial comment thai the move had been led b> suspicion if mil domesl ; ics with a di q II stii n ol I ireign policj He added I he implicatl a ol this ini Ii nl iunpleasantlj obvious The speaker referred to the Vai lean's refusal last week to accredit an Israeli observer at the current Ecumenical Council. Said Dr. Lazaron: "Israel i.a state, a nai oi ,i political entity. No other state or nation or political entity is represented at the KcumeiiiiV Council, which is a religious convocation. On what grounds then can the State of I-rael object? Bui what is more Important to American .lews is the presumption on Israel's part that it represents the religion ol Judaism Duea represent your Judaism and mine 0 Dr. Lazaron also deplored the "balanced ticket" custom of political parties before the electorate, offering "a Jew to appeal to Jewish voters, a Catholic to appeal to Catholic voters, a Protestant to appeal to Protestant voters." This may be good politics, he contended, "but it is bad Americanism (and) an insult to Jews, Catholics and Protestants." The speaker gave the Soblen i asi another i xample "ol the el fee on Jewuf / ainwashing." He recalled hovi American Jews and their organizations had b barded Israel with telegrams, pel and telephone calls to return Soblen to the Tailed States. 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Friday. November 2, 1962 tfnisffffl" h si No Vliami B h ; i ane Sharp w as co hi stcss. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th Av*. FR 3-7180 Ha^a your roof repaired new; you will aave on a new roof later. "Saata'tory Work by Experienced Men" YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 Soviet Sentences 6 Jews On Economic Crimes Cftarge Cuban crisis. Tesher pointed out marked similarly between the Cuban situation and the 1SJ.".6 Sunn i risis Al thai time he was director ol information for Israel s forffici in Jerusalem i i i onsul general ?aid the lessi • .: (if East-West tensions will gri tlj help Israel, "because Be volati %  • ire ol the Mi Idle East is heightened by cold >var crises." He praised Histadrul for its "suec< --ml efforts in • stablishing and maintaining the Afro-Asian Institute, v. hid he termi d "a decisive facti succi -in < stablishncreasingly friendly and fruit. ful relations with Ihi i : Asia and r\fri< a Bui ;' ;in ilmi ;ram, Kui al H m, thai Histadrul plaj ,i predominant role. Man; Americans are vtill startled to learn thai Histadrul si n i some 7 I percent ol Israi I's population w,;ii i I programs. And with • %  meoical c nt rs I and centers being built to service the scattered populatioi hi Negev, Kupal Holim must opera:, al real defi< il Dr. Sol Stein, executive director of the National Committee for Labor Israel, praised the Greater Miami Histadrut for undertaking the new medical center project. :. prisiilci lii %  Irut toi ittei en M nted ..comerchairmai of Farbi i Zion, Pioneer \\ on ei i i Zii ni I organizations pr ki more active roll in th< campaign, both in ...\ ing ai woi I LONDON — iel Union has -i ntenci d six Jew to death, and i n prison terms to nine others, on charges of spi i ulation in I i ireign currency. the Mos this Sentent ing followed com fir a two-Meek trial, a< cor to the So\ iel n< u spaper Pravda I'krainy. which had noted that many ol the 150.000 -lews of Charnovitz have relatives abroad. All I ersonal property of the IS defendants was ordered confiscated. The six sentenced to die were to be executed by shooting The indictment charged that 55 pounds cf gold ingots, diamonds and foreign currency were found in possession of membsrs of the alleged ring. One of the defendants was an 31-year-old man. Alter Eronstein. who was accused of currency dealings amounting to more ihan S1OO.0OO He was cr.e of the six sentenced to die. The other five were liste Yefim Margoshes. Moishe Meyer Zayate, Srul Ziniilevuh, Ronis and E-'elika Mester It wi believed in London thai the death scntei were carried out before the Mosi i>v. radio announcement i Those %  ntenced to varying pnsi i: tern: %  ( n Hi S '• rnl Esther Wi inbi rn, Enzi '. Koifmai Samuel L< • anti I. Mi ndi Floi %  I oim, !!• • %  Nat el. U :i ,ii '. eel Kohen Th n oi the 151 dant zed. The indictmi nt i thi le. | mtact i Mosc %  i.' i. Kishinev, Minsk and Bi ties v ith large Jewish populatii i s. Chi vitz is a city in Bukovia which annexed by the Soviet Ukraine alter World War II. Luby Offices Up North The growing popularity of long term car and truck leaf I ivas underscored this week with the announcement by Sam I ubj, i that Lubj Chi t rolet. on of the nation's largi tuti lealer OPhad i pened li asm 'fices in Ni".'. York and Bostoi %  ••>•• %  •••••••••• • SAM TENDIERS SIMONIZ • AND CAR WAXING STATION • 13th ST. A N.E. 2nd AVE. 1 Oppoiite Sean Cai t WH 2 S FR 4-8579 • .*•••* % %  •••••*•••••••• at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. • Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 84994



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Page 12-A ^Jewistftcridlar Friday. November 2. 1962 "Spirit of Sukkoth" was the theme of the first end second grades of the Foundation School c: Temple Emanu-El recently, as the boys and cirls dressed in costumes denoting symbols of the holiday. Rear ar3 teachers, Mrs. Ruth lerger and Mrs. Fay Feinstein, and the Ternpie's education director, Morris Tarasow, who erected the special program in the Sukkah. Children who took part in the festivities include Susan Alterman. Debra Anderson, Jay Feinstein. Joanne Goldring, Eric Katz, Robin Koplin. Henry Mechulan, Andrew Schultz.'Jay Adler, Cynthia Alterman, Jcv Anderson. Ira Buchwald, Shiia Goldring, Lori Hanff, Sara Ann Rubinstein, Jonny Schecter, and Robi Lou Schwartz. Rabbis Approve Basic Standards For Bar Mitzvah Kabbis and educational directors OJ the North Dade area endorsed the Bar Mitzvah standards recommended by the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami and the Bureau of Jewish Education in a joint meeting held here recently. The requirements call for Sabbath morning Bar Mitzvah at all, Jewish congregations to be limited •,i those Jewish students who have had a minimum of three years of satisfactory attendance at a daily Hebrew school of recognized standing, with four hours or more of weekly instruction or its equivalent Standards also call for Bar Mitzvah candidates to pass a test before beginning preparation for his Bar Mitivah training. The test will include a minimum area of Jewish knowledge in the understanding of the Hebrew language; ability to read Hebrew prayers and understanding of basic customs and ceremonies of Jewish life; an understanding of the early chapters of Genesis; and some knowledge of major events and personalities of Jewish history and of the contemporary Jewish world. The test for the Bar Mitzvah candidate has been drawn up by a joint committee of the Bureau and the Rabbinical Assn.. and is to be administered to the Bar Mitzvah Beth Jacob Will Erect Memorial "innual meting ol B;;h Jacob legation this weeli %  | the -, endal bi Tihor II of Beth Jac, • %  %  pon tl ei tire wesl • : syna mi morial %  Jewish i rtj.'ol Nazi tyrai W< :ii %  -' %  wall I le in Jerusalem, ii Jewish history I • "Presently, the Jewish people I, .. .'. iling Wall becausi t is in the old city under Jordanian Government control. which has failed to honor it* part i: •;it : i armistice agreeCivil Rights Seen In New Danger Continued from Page 1-A t cd amendment was meant to prevent Communists and other subversives from taking advantag" of privileges and protections guari %  teed by the Constitution. However, the committee added. | reposition 24 proposes to do this I ; violating the basic controlling concept of American justice —trial t jury and innocent until proven tj ment." Rabbi Stern explained. Several artists, in conjunction with Rabbi stern, are currently prei ai ii thi di sign of the memh will symbolically "V pict the concentration camps, quo• %  %  :• thi Si ri| i -. and | %  • i ffects. • su< h wi thi -: • sat' ifice i f our on Inren." Rabbi Stern di i Ian d \l rris B Frank, president ol Beth Jacob, '.apledged full support ol the congregi lion ai nounced thai the memorial will be pen to the entire community. can lidate by the rabbi or education director of his congregation or a member of the professional staff of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The North Dade rabbis and educators also outlined plans for a community-wide mass rally for Jewish Book Month and a joint adult education series for the North Dade area. Those attending included Rabbis Max Lipshitz. Jonah E. Caplan, Simon April. Harold Richter. Samuel L Machtei and Sherwin Stauber. Educators included Abraham J. Gittelson. of Beth Torah; Bruce Richman. of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood; Irving Rottman. of Temple B'nai Sholom; and Louis Schwartzman and Herbert Bcrger. of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The recommended Standards for liar Mitzvah have been in effect since Sept. 1, 1950 and are now being reviewed by a special joint committee of the Bureau an. 1 the Rabbinical Assn AMERICAN ISRAFLI REl'GIOUS STORE .-, AbHIMGTO'-AVL JE Complete • %  %  Domei'.n Gifts t • S n Hebrew School and Indiv lua I PeliQic.-s items i—Ptt i %  I aaaa—BJ GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fta. HARRY GORDON DENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL D ki'.'CR LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVr BEYER Funeral Home JEWISH OWNED AND OPERATED 16660 N.E. 19th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI BEACH WI 7-8691 HARRY W. BEYER, F.D. Emanuel Mendel Bureau of Jewish Education Coordinates NaHpnal.BoolLMpnth Observance Here % I Nation;.! Jewish Rook Month will be observed from Nov. 16 to Dec. i 16 Locally, the celebration is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Bur. an will offer a threefold service to the community during Jewish Book Month: a special reviewing service to Jewish organizations, two community-wide meetings on Jewish books, and exhibits ol Jewish books in libraries and book -'ores The Bureau is publishing a selected list ol Jewish books for the v, 6< from which organisations may make their -elections. The book review committee has been organized to meet with the reqm Mi \\ >• B Frumkes, David Ros. Mr? Alfred Stone, Abrai n. I Don Michclson, Hi K Kalusin II. rzl Honor. Mrs. Hell Judpe Fred Barad. Mrs David Muskal Mrs, Arthur F'ekelner. Mrs Tobias Sifon, Mrs Edith J Mrs A n d r e w Bialolenki Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Rabbi -. muel April. Mrs Henry Wernick. Mrs Morns Skop. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, Rabbi Harold Richter, Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Meyer Sam berg, Louis Lasavin, Mrs Eleanor Lipton. AI Sherman. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Herbert Berger, and Louis Schwartzman. On Monday, Dec. 3. a public meeting has been scheduled for the Oceanfront Auditorium at 8 p.m., where the theme will be "Jewish Books of the Shtetl The program will also include a film, "A Ghetto Pillow."" and an exhibit of art depicting the shtetl of Eastern Europe. To close Jewish Book Month, a public meeting will be held on Sunday. Dec. 16. in the North Dade area, and will be co-sponsored b\ Jewish coi gregations tl The Bureau has made ivailabli to all libr: lies and book ston special exhibit of Jewish books in. eluding attractive posteri of the Jewish Book Council >i America, national sponsor ol iah Book Month, is i Eternal Book." The Jewish Book Mont:( tee of thf Bureau consists Sherman. Mrs Joseph Hunt. vyn Frumkes. Rabbi Mori vn/. Saul Rabin, Joseph \ A Baskin '•'. rberl Bloom, J Stadlan. Stanley Bartel, R uel April. 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Friday, November 2, 1962 *Jenisl> Fk>rkJSan Page 13-A. -1.' 'i.NMMiiuuaMMHur in -i .irnim.i.,. SAYINGS OF FATHERS R. Chanina. the ton of Dosa. He in whom the fear of sin • before wisdom, his wisdom I ci.lure, bt he is whom wis; i comes before the fear of sin. wisdom will not endure. • He used to say He whose deeds %  h(J Wisdom, his wisdom endure; but he whose U'udum :. deeds Ku wisdom u'lll jure. • athan Mta. Wno*o fulfills ; ah in the mtol >J poverty, the end fulfill it m the • :, ealth; J-.J whoso ntf %  Torah in the midst of all i>i the eij neglect it n of r %  to w\ Fudge • il alone, ••..;-. ". : ; %  llone idi e %  • % %  iudicidl Al. I '.ew. for is then "i.;.' / t for thee >tn/>< I %  • %  I '\ fi\ji\-n v. / I.tkc~ It Y i-'.iel Accepts Chicago Plan II SALEM — JTA) — A proya Chicago burial com i stablish .i cemetery for "i Jews in Israel has been j ythe Minitser for Relig • Iffairs, though he opposes i HI principle, a spokesman Ministry said this week. spokesman commented on i ports that Minister Zerach %  '• iftig had granted a license to ago Shalom Memorial I\/k for that purpose. The %  said that representsthe Chicago firm had been -nice the company had d the necessary permit two before Dr. Warhaftig "I Minister, he considered eel aa fait accompli." Health Payments for Mohalim VGO i JTA ) — The Chiir.ua I Council disclosed I'ek that it was negotiating Bl le Cross and Blue Shield and medical plans to pro> merits fur ritual circum hen performed by a liei approved by hospiations were undertak' i suggestion of Rabbi Alvtn • i man He asserted thai i hicago were seeking to rents ol Jewish bo) s to cisions performed bj %  ither than b) a mohel, "as measure," since mo re not rec ignized by Blue • and Blue Shiel I I ir bene I Ills. Religious Spirit for Peace HP — (JTA) — A New bl i told a gathering of 1,800 priests and la) leaders bis week that if the world ared from catastrophe defrom the current Russon crisis over Cuba, there prospect of one of the most and potentially enriching •al eras since the emergence m and Christianity as religious traditions." : ri diction was made by Rabin H Tanenbaum, director religious Affairs of the Jewish Committee, in Iress to the Quinquennial Conine Third Order of St. He told the Catholics that igiously committed people welcome the current Ecuil Council in Rome, as many and Jews have done, manifestation of the Divine work in the world." Or* \7Ae iQealm Of\Jliiamis Religious JZift The Jew Has Never tost Sight of the Soul of Man By RABBI LEON KRONISH Tempi* Beth Sholom There are some things which must be said about faith. There is no such thng as an abstract faith. There is no such thing as "religion" — a vacuum. Each faith has its own coloration and conviction, its own passion and past, its own folklore and future There is no doubt that the world needs faith, but this a meaningless term Each individual needs to develop his own particular brand of faith Each Jew needthe Jewish faith We gel confu>ed because people talk of faith anil Cod. and think a mere utterance of these terms does represent, somehow, the essence of faith If we say "Under Go I." in the pledges of allegiance, somehow w e are bein m ri i eli |ious If we sneak a prayer into a school ve think we are doing something spiritual I: -,i>. I believe ni Go are being pious Neither God, nor religii n, nor faith exists in the abstract. For Jews, God exisl %  • sensed and is experienced hen m the symbolic surroundings ol the sanctuary, Faith cannol be coerced, or legislated, or imposed "You thought, once, Ihe) could leach prayer b) torture, and they bunie,I and bound and beat their victims until this deity or that u.is acknowledged and exalted, a< to Paul Kresh, writing in "American Ju laism," September, 1962 Now they hate the courl that upholds the private and sacred nature nf prayer. Conviction cannot be coerced Nor can religion be reduced to a "common core" of the meat religious faiths of the western world, and this common core to be injected as a daily dose lor the children in our public schools. There is no such thing as a "non-denominational" Ten Commandments or a "non-sectarian" grace in the public school lunch room All these nun sectarian, non-demoninational" common core approaches sap the vitality of real religion. Judaism or any other religious %  tpui u.wo s)i gunsMSOd qoea suouipiui amaeds ui poipoquia si qjiej viduality, without which its devotees find their religion unrecognizable and watered down to the point of no meaning. Each religion has its own particular personality and passion. The fact that the Bible is the source of democracy does not make democracy the substitute for the Bible Nor can democracy support any or all religious faiths. All that our democratic society is expected to do. and this it has done, and is continuing to do. is create a climate favorable for each faith to flourish, nor more, no less. If we Jews are to make our contribution toward the total fund of faith for this worrying world, we will use our own unique attitude. While the Jew has always sought to save his own soul, he has never lost sight of the soul of mankind. But he can be of no use to humanity if he does not exist as a Jew Sir v i c e a J hi a Ci/e e h e n a Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be rttumod as prooT of their lateness. ^OUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carl/1* av. itiniNUUnin "• "" ""'"'"' Orthodox. Raboi itaac Ever. Friday .V.l'i p.m. Baturda) : '" a.m. Sermon: "The Tower of Babel liullt b> Socialism and Communism." Mincha 5:15 p.m. Shalos Seudoth h"M Sam Klein, vi, .• president of the s> nagog GEMS OF WISDOM RABBI HON KRONISH ... no substitute TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Temple Beth Sholom marked its twentieth anniversary year, when the doors of its magnificent sanctuary opened for lh-h Holy Day services on Sept 28 under the spir itual leadership of Rabbi I. eon Kronish, assisted b) Cantor David Conviser and the choir In 1942, in the midst of war. Temple Beth Sholom was organized by B group of men and women a| 761 4'.-t si In 1945, it purchased the old Chase Avenue hotel and turned it into a Temple, where the COD gation grew and worshipped for ten years, and conducted its religious school for 15 years. Under the leadership of Rabbi Kronish, who came to accept the pulpit from New York in i:44. Beth Sholom has grown from a mere handful to a citadel oi Liberal Judaism, serving the spiritual needs ol itB50 member families. Temple Beth Sholom belongs to 'the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and its leadership has served on the national executive board, and is active in the South Florida Federation of the l AHC. Services are held throughout the year every Frida) evening at 8:15, and every Sabbath morning at 10:43 and, of course, an the High Hoi) Days and on all major i stivals %  The new, I ill) sir con litioned re This d in ..::,'•! With the S; I !i g(< M .." %  \ II MAX A I II'-' inrz (loordinal bui : %  %  -. Gem I W .. ligious school is one of the most important units ol the Temple organization. One of the largest Anglo-Jewish ;; ] i aries in this area with more than 2,500 volumeol Judaica and Hebraica, is open not only to the members, bul t<> the general community as well. The Temple's policy is promulgated and guided by itofficers and board of directors James M Albert is president Of the ion. re gation, The strong arms of the Temple, through which many ol its pro grams are carried out, consists of the Sisterhood, the Brotherhood and the PTA Sisterhood president is Mrs Louis Snetman. Dr, Harry i: walk is president of Brother hood, and heading the PTA is Mrs. Irving Kushman 6 p., not threw Either BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. Frtda> s i r p.m Consecratl in service**. Katurda} %  a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Oscai S'andlei •• — BETH EL. 500 Sw urn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. I Ida) %  l", |> in Saturday v %  • '" -. n \ pting Rei ponslbllll f..ii MIUVHII r*r*d, -n "i Mr and Harol i %  •• %  • kow Its • — BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd avConservative Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hynon Fein. -. n %  T M %  !. %  > 1:1." %  — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. %  • BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Vai.nce Maniches i i,la\ i |, m Satin d iy • %  .'. %  ,n of Sill Mltxva W Mi Hurry •!. <>alli • — BETH KODE5H 1101 SW ITth .ivr Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. KTtdav •• I". | v %  ha\ • %  V Sal % % %  ..• I a ni >, ii n Fl 1 %  %  r — • — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. lu-ttn st. ,id NE 11th ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. I -i idai %  % %  and '." p m Saturdaj i ., n n.o Mltxxah: Stev< n, son ..: Mr and Mrs .1 %  • % %  1~ in Sermon: "Knowledge ,,: iii. I.,.i .1 Students of the Hebrew m-hool will lie consecrated Saturdav R '." a in Sermon "Portion "i the Week." Bar Mltsvah: Stanley, -,,n of Mr and Mrs Harrj Wexler • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenteld. Cantor George Goldberg. FrMa) "> S'l pm Saturda) s 30 a m Mill, ha •! !"• p "I ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen I-1 Idas y •'" %  P "' Sal irdaj I a.m Rai Mllzvah Harvey, son of Mr and Mrs ruis llennett. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Seif. i ig i p.m Saturdnj B a m. Sermon "The Flood In our T — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. |'l |.|.,\ ;. in I ideal -i"-.ik, %  : I II ,l,,hn II.ill Jones, |i.vi hoi lst, I i nhv > In %  hi Hi I %  rinr Mltzwil Hos • ; Mi and Mis Philip Kat* • — TEMPLE SOUTH VESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd -t Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Morris Berger. — • TEMPLE SETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgird. CantoCharles Kodner. — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. laj 15 p in St-i mon ipi %  \ • Sal urdu> il n — • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hail, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. R a r. i f Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. p p.m Si riii"ii %  \, ., Itllil, liar Ml :/v .iii Sldi'ej %  \: md Mi Samuel Kaski > %  m. Sermon: "I %  • %  -• nds 1I...11! iii, "ri ii — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor. • — TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 41-14 Chas ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Conviser. Ki I.I.I, r. ; %  m Dm -i apt aker t>r li hranklin Williams, vice president 1 ,iii,i nf communit> affali al .,f Miami whose lopli ill bi Poi %  Five V< daj l" !•' %  a in — • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei — • — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler li He • learning but not i frur o< Heaven has thir inside, but I nut -i %  '\s to the trea*urj H.cannot enter. I MAU'li -^BB.^TM • • • There u i iifl '<••• oetu ten fear %  'emg afrai I >•' HIWI %  SAW i: • Fear not,' ... %  %  truly Cod EDM Hu • • I %  • %  %  %  %  lVI si I %  !.. Il ...-! %  --' II — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 13" NE 19th st. Reform. Ranbi Joseph R. Nj-ot Cantor Jacob Borns'ein. -. %  %  w, .no v — • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo av'. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecu Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown K, Ida % • %  i' m Ti npli I lea I ,.,. |,,n of Ti mple Touth will offer eative Sabbat I Si vice Ith % apecl il i meg Sha s> am for fJr< ater Mian I Fedi ra lion I Ti mpia V,.mil to f"ll" Saturda> 10 SO a rn. Baa Mltsvah Sandy, dauKhter of Mr. in, l MrEdwai il H ai kman — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frida; IS P m Sal irdaj 9 i m. Sermon "The Portion of th. Law Rai Mltsi ih Joseph, son of Hi* Adolph Kit-in — • — TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th St. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can. tor Saul H. Breeh. Prlda) IS i'in Sermon: "What .1 idaism i".in l •" For Me Children ,il the religious school who celebrated ,i.o in i. mbi r and Xo> • mtr win be i.i.--. i Saturdaj C| W Rai Mill rah J N'oi n an, son of Mrs. Pauline Koplin — • — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabol Daniel M. Lowy. Friday <: IS p.n \ %  .-. ni.ii : Jew i-ii 'hapl iln — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Vi<~t ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wermck. Cantor Albert Glantj I-,i., \ In p in Si • %  T er of thi %  Shal c i • Sist• Sa t urda I a TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB Ml Fnmingo Way Conservative. RaDol Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor JacW Lerner. • — TEMPLE ZAVORA. 44 Zamors a • Rabbi Herscnei Brooks Cantor Ben Zvi ... ,. [ a ,. V .'• %  • S • 11 • > -.. .. %  -. %  In Ul Mel TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 1'th st. Conservative Rabbi Alfred Wanman. Cantor Seymour HinkeS. Frldi j %  N shnbhat hoi ts Mi and M Max T tube In honosj i-eddil s iui Mltsva Aln of Mi I Mi Ben • thai — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Oix> hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheidan Stemmetz Cantor Maurice Neu. s ,1 %  .1 I -,,,\' VI Ml •• I Mri'avl Ii • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 17' at. Orthodox Raabi Sherwin Stauber i % %  x • %  Saturda; Sermon Shi i if F %  -i CANDltUGHTING TIM 5 Heshvan — 5:21 p.mT



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Pcge U-A l*.**i*Hnk iriiil" Friday, November 2, 1962 UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Memories of How Uganda Might Have Been a Jewish State ii.ii rvmorpss a votim? Jew. a "Zion Zioni-t irt^A United Nations U GANDA, UNTIL very recently a British Protectorate in East I Africa, is now a sovereign state. It [has just become the 110th member I of the United Nations. And as Idiplomats virtually fell over one another in their hurry to curry inI creasing favor with the African bloc. East outsnouting West, Europeans and Americans vying with Russians. Czechs and Outer Mongolians to prove they love Uganda to the utmostone thought came to the mind of one observer: "It might have been a Jewish state." Uganda has an area of 93,981 square miles—almost 12 times the area of Israel. The latest figures show it has a population of 5.262.000— including only 3.500 Europeans On one side. Uganda is flanked bv Kenva—an African area which most of us remember as the British Colony and Protectorate where the Mau Mau staged serious revolts some years ago. Both Uganda and Kenya figure in the memories evoked by the admission of this latest member to the UN club.' The names of some of the greatest leaders—and thunderers of fiery oratory—come to mind as one recalls I'ganda: Theodor Herzl himself and his loyal friend. Max Nordau. Menachen Mendel Ussishkin, the pepperv Israel Zangwill, and a young man who was later to rim to very meat heights. Chaim Weizmann. The Sixth World Congress of the Zionist Organization was in session at Basle, when Herzl threw his bombshell. To the assembled Zionists, he presented a letter from Sir Clement Hill, permanent head of the British Foreign Office, offering to the Jewish people an area in East Africa where the Jews could establish a colony or settlement which would gain autonomy in five years. Ussishkin, leader of the sizeable delegation from Russia, was horrified—and said so in no uncertain terms. Zangwill jumped to Herri's defense—the Britisher had known all about the preceding negotiations between Herzl and the British Government con cerning "the Uganda project" (il was a misnomCapifof Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN er actually the territory lay in neighboring Ken} a Nordau. ever faithful to his friend Herzl. was tor tne idea-historians say he supported the "Iganda pro jeet" against his own better judgment. If Nordau's heart was not wholly in the matter— his eloquence was. He coined an unforgettable phrase. While we Jews wait for Palestine, he told the Congress, while we walk the long, hard road we need shelter for the night. That, he said, would be Usanda-the Jews stepping stone to ultimate statehood in Palestine-the "Nachtasyl." Shortly after On the Election Front Washii F OUR JEWS MAY serve simull lj in the Unit) : ''"' the first time in history—il thej are lavhe polls on So\ 6 The most inti llh ,!,,,. \ i • • ho has -< r\ ed • e House since 1948 H | '< i M ide resp i' among his col • %  ie. President Kennedy will campaigi ally in 111 [or Rep N ates Bi t he neverthele • n uphill i •i e veteran Senate Minor it > I Si Everett v! Dirksen Supporters ol Sen Dirksen have used ra< als which the Senator has so far failed to repudiate Rep i rt< ... brilliant and appealii i ator, identified with progressive causes His opponent is a spokesman of Republican conservatism In Connecticut, another New Frontier candidate, Abraham Ribicoff. is running against Horace Seely-Brown, Jr., i popular Republican. Mr Ribicofl is given the edge. He is widely known as a former Governor of the state. He also served in Washington as a Congressman and, more recently, as the Kennedy-appointed Secretary of Health. Education, and Welfare. The President visited Connecticut on behalf of Ribicoff. The White House sees the election of Ribicofl and Yates as vital to success next session for the Medicare program and other moves for human progress Sen. Ernest Gruening. another Democrat of Jewish background, is seeking reelection In Alaska against Ted Stevens Sen Gruening has been attacked by anti-Semites as the "Yid of the Yukon." He is still such a sincere New Dealer that he actually fought the New Frontier on such measures as the communications satellite bill which, be felt, involved undue concessions to big business A liberal who promoted Alaskan statehood. Sen. Gruening is also an authority on Latin America. In 1933. he was designated by Franklin I). Roosevelt to represent the United States at the Rio Conference and there formulated the "Good Neighbor Pol icy ." Set! Jacob K Javits. running for reelection in New York State, is the only Senate candidate of Jewish faith on the Republican ticket anywhere. His vitality and leadership on many issues of liberal interest have enlisted support in both parties and from independents Elected to the Senate in 1956, Sen. Javits served previously in the U.S. House of Representatives and as a New York State Attorney General His reelection is deemed likely although his opponent, James B. Donovan, is a distinguished attorney with a record of effective activity in humanitarian causes. All four Jews seeking Senate seats are leading advocate* of civil rights and civil liberties. They enjoy broad popular appeal without regard to religious background. The only one suffering significant opposition based on appeals to prejudice appears to be Rep. Yules. foreign News Letter B y JOSHUA JUSTMAN King Murdered Calmly Jerusalem DERHAPS THE MOST %  surprising aspect of the overthrow of the regime in Yemen and the murder of King Mohammed el Bailer was that it evoked so little surprise and so little reaction in the Western capitals True, hea s have been rolling in Yemen for quite some time and with a frequency that have turned it into almost a national pastime, and indeed, we would not have expected much commotion over the fact that yet another Yemenite ruler had lost his head However, the murder of el Bader is of special significance It was not a result of the usual Internal struggle for power. It was wholly engineered from without. It was not a coup from within, but a conquest from without, planned in Cairo and executed bj itagents And most significant of all it was not a coup against anti-Nasserist elements. King el-Bader was a staunch supporter and ardent follower Of Mr Nasser it was el-Bader who several years ago, during the rule ol lulather, brought about the Fedcration between Yemen and Egypt. Also in his attitude toward Moscow, el Bader followed m Nassei footsteps and both Khrushchev and Nasser were the first to s, • ,i el Bader warm messa ••ol conlions when he ascended the throne the death murder ol his father Strai t ma; appear il v* as nol ur* xp< i akdown ol the Yemen-Egypt Federal \ ss< nleashed nine-" dm \ itriolic camp ^ mei nol onlv against the old Kit oni i with the radio and press campai Nasserisi ed Yemen t il I foi he ultimate takeo\ er %  it-velopn cuts closely. Nas cleai it was the conqui si ol Y< m a The death i murder' of thi K coming to power ol his son, el-Bader, Nasser's plans True el Bader was read) his leadership, but Nasser knew thai El Ba er timents were nol too widely shared in the S Palace and hence he decided that the time was i to strike and replace him with the Chief Ol Stal Yemen's armed forces, who was brought up educated in Egypt and who. indeed, has for man) years served as Nasser's chief agent in Yemen that Congress, a young Jew, a "Zion Zionist," tried to assassinate Nor.au at a meeting in Pan, f tunately, the fanatia was a better Zionist than a marksman—he missed Nordau at point blank The young Weizmann lined up against the man Herzl whom he loved. The Zionist Organization was split. The Sixth Congress did appoint a commission to prove the idea The Russians stalked out Zang. will rushed onto the hustings, forming his own territorialist organization—parts of which are still active Throughout the Jewish world, the issue raged The great Herzl himself was assailed—although he never gave up his dream of a Jewish State in Palestine, wishing only, like Nordau. to secure an oasis where the Jews might rest en route to the ancient Palestinian Homeland. All this—and more—came to mind as Uganda was voted into membership in the United Nation-. History, with the aid of Herzl himself, with Jewish blood, toil and sweat, had settled the Uganda arg i ment Voting for the admission of Uganda to ,'N membership, was a member now old—a member whose admission card was 59, against Uganda's 111) — a state called Israel. Almost 60 years since that battle began at Basle, Iganda was in It might have been a Jewish state Off* the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Tales from My Files aaY FATHER WAS a great -lorv teller. "" When not burdened by the n chores of the day. he could weave tales of past with a lingering charm thai the true quality of art. He was al his best however when spinning tales ol our childhood lives. He could recall in full detail the "chochmes" of all the children and retell them with the freshness ol folks-tale His favorite stor) was about my first childish escapade and the frantic moments my parents went through as agonizingly pondered the fate Of their firs' hen saver. We were visiting with our paternal grandparents an adjacent town The dav was bright over thi Ukranian town The distant pastures were greet and beckoning The scent from the orchards wafte wooden house which was gradfather's home and year old child could nol resist the charm ol tl that la) so close within his grasp though he bad re| cautioned against trespassing the "goyisch" There bad been a wave ol pogroms in the all that separated our Jewish community from tl ol tear 111 front of ulistance ol perhaps | yards, Bui to Ihe live year old child the l< the d inci t anished i thingm -as hi %  Ihe oth< ;• sidi of thi B) th lime m) parents realized 1 w is i i i I ihoui h: to setting The rx ..n I %  tl e field and market M) re now beginning to reai h h) >ti ha as thi > speculated the late I I tin %  pyi Bui the child was quite considerate ol Ere reall) deep alarm possessed them, he i ilked Into the house with mud oh hiface, .. i the righl eve and unsatiablc appetite When the mud OH thi' face was wiped Off cleansed and the appetite satiated, there was the ex| I lion to come Where had I been and why? To thi end of ins days, my father would laugh to liw tears when he recalled my confession that I hac. lured b> a shiksele. Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Two Year Books Noted by Contrast AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK 1962. Volume 63. Edited by Morris Fine and Milton Himmelfarb. 62S pp. New York: The American Jewish Committtee, and Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America $6.00. BERHAPS ONE of the best buys in bookdom, in an era of %  increasing prices and often decreasing quality, ithe American Jewish Committee's "Year Book." Now in its 63rd consecutive year, the compendium of Jewish affairs continues to reflect with fascinating detail every aspect of American and world Jewish life. If It's history you want. Salo Baron's splendid essay on "European Jewry Before and After Hitler" offers it from the heart and mind of a master historian Drama? In the same section, 130 pages on the Kichmann trial, the dialogue between defense attorney Robert Servatius and Witness Baron is spellbinding; the irony of two highly civilized men discussing the philosophical basis for persecution and genocide ("Hegel and Spongier may be sometimes right .") is a spectacle of a kind of madness and an intellectual image which does not readily dissolve There is the usual fine civic, political and communal wrap-up of American Jewry, including a civil rights survey, and the country b) country tour ol Jewish Itfe "Year Book" statistics, which never fail to intrigue me, reveal 1 a world Jewish population estimated at 12 millioi against the WVj million in 1939; Baron points out the extent ol the decline should be Judged by the fact that, had there been no Hitler, Jews would have numbered about 20 million by now. assuming average growth • • • THE ISRAEL YEAR BOOK. 1962. Edited by Dr. L Ber er, A. Hirschberg, R. Levin, and S. Yedidyah. 315 PPIsrael: Israel Yearbook Publication Ltd. The Israel Year Book, which incorporates the 1' .destine Yearbook and Israeli Annual formerly published here ) the ZOA. is not the same type as the Year Book above It is a collection of articles, often by notables such as Mosne Dayan and ministers of various agencies, on diverse as "~ of the Slat. They include many on industrics-diamon. is. roads and rails, industrialization trends and tasks other economic prospects—policy. Common "**"*__ velopment. and so forth. Archaeology and Biblical •* c compose three articles; an interesting proposal ior international Zionist saving scheme forms another, scope is broad, but the use of the book Is hampercri the lack of a table of contents or index. The book cai advertising for Israeli firms, which points to itsi gre value, l should judge, [or the businessman rather for the casual reader.



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II i-i. or othel claim MI: b) ; hrough %  f • II ..: i he H ho> %  '.'. who .' %  %  • .. % %  %  %  \.. notified ii %  thi • ni i .! %  lion li I" • n In : :. : -.'I 111 1 >• I %  Bl.KVKNTH I i l>AI>K SI .1 • I '-• ll|Mlll mi ill cl iiI %  k II SCOTT L.\K K SKi-TH IN SIX. : I tin I'la I Hi' f, r Ii • i:....k •• • sl Pagi |{, m d* of 1 mdi %  |oi Ida togi %  hi i '.v Ii 1 I 1 Inds \ ired to file yi '...... im ,n H i oiiiplalnl uli Ihe rin • • i it, and ,. i %  • .-.ii pl.iinllff'i MARTIN I SB, 1 in :. Miami !, Florida ellllii 19, 1 "-' '•! .• nfi KSO ill be enteied ... ik'l rr 16, 1962 i: H LBATHBRMAN Ii of I !;. Ciri in Court Bs %  P Col'BLAND 1 1 %  11 v clerk • N KINK %  • Plaintiff • uli ^ %  deral Bldg. M I" 19-26, 11 2-8 i\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55448 A IX %  • I.I \M I ANDREt.L • I _t OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE • •.'.. L i\ ii i li.t I hav< I Ki purl .HI l Pi titlon foi i iinal l '!%  I. irge as •..in. if w ll.l.lAM cased and I hal oi .' \ ..\ nil., i ... • u Honoi Iges of Kloi lila, foi approval "' Id purl .in.l foi diall Ibiltlon ,i .-. in KXI ciitrix %  •' %  • he abm • ii.iiu. .1 n I .|.,v ..i •. i. hi i I'HYI.ISS I KSIN II Vitornes H ilMing 1 i—I !; i" 12-19-26, li :• '• "ICOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57321-C • .-. ol Hi VIIKT I'.KUCKK I NOTICE TO CREDITORS nd All Persons Ha\ • oi 11. manils Againsl Said hi ebj notlfli i and n %  H ni .uiv lain ind di •'in. ii you ma> lias, againsl MARGARET liBRllEII I • %  ol M...I. Connty, Klor• Count} Judges of Dad ind file the same in their %  II the County Courthouse In U Florida, with six calth from the date of the • n hi reof, or the u i ,. l ,, 1 STKI.I.K MM. I. Kit s a MII.I.KK N1 l"n Miller. Attorm y Hulldlna !'. i a l" 12-19-26, 11 'I _,. NOTICE UNDER VI,T, ,. TITI0US NAME LAW is HKRHin I;I\ BN that • ned, desiring to engagi In indei Hi, n, minus name "I •ins. I.i.-I.iii.ui ft Aaaot-I• Lincoln I;...,.I, M i., m i %  Inn i .1 in i. i. i Ihe clerk of the ClrcuH ['•de Connty, Florida •MORRIS LAPJOHK HAROLD L-IRRMAN Sole i >n mi s .'vi..... s,.i, i in n,. SALMON '" M %  • • Vppl i i.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10566 \\ KST Sll'i: IBDEH VI. S WIN'i-.S VNI' LOAN ASS" 1 VTH N, I lalntlff, KIN I I:Y JONES, Trustee ni -. ITT and liOltltIB Si'i'l'T, lii>" •.'• II SAMri:i. ci iHEN nd POLA.Y Ci >HBN, ., -. wlfi .ml tbi UNITED STATES .•I VMKR1CA. Iirfendants NOTICE OF SUIT I', X I SCI ITT ni" I" HBI ISi-, T r, hn wife, RESIDENCE I N K N i %  VV N l • > \ MI'BI. Ci 'lli'N and li i| l.Y Ci itlKN, Ins Ifi RESII >KN' K I'NK Ni 'W N, if nllvi nnd II di iid, Ihi unknow i %  ,\. \ Isei -. Rl .II !•• %  .-. .IS-II:II ,.,., '• UStl • ni othi %  %  laiinani i lalming b: ilir.. igl del igali sl any ol %  hi nhove "a da its > li" an rt ISI i •, notll li 'i lhal ll • .,!.,., .. %  lui %  i ai • Ion li — !'• • 'i I" |i • ,..ii ,n Ihe I'lvuli ,•,,.,,, ,.| • ILI VBN III Judicial i in and foi l \ I 'I. .-,. ln ts %  i. reel -• .. mortng< ipor %  !.. Ins di si %  il" .1 i' 'l I" I...1 19, Blot k I. Second Addition in Carol iMtj aii'iirding t" ihe Plat Ihfi eof, i. urdi •! in Plal H""k (5, .,, |. a g, ;.. shi %  i of the Public i;, ,u ,.t Until i ".unity. Florida, ii. r with HE Washing Machine Modi I No \VA6roiR. UB Dryei M,. i No DA6loR, -' Tub encloaui-es, Venetian Blind* and Traverae Rials V. M VRTIN FINE, l lib Flooi |>adi I'.'.l. ral Bldg Miami 12, Florida II. .t latir Hian Novemhn 19, 1962 or a Pro i 'onfesso ill bi • nti 11 n T \ ..II I lati .1 i. lobei 16, 1962 K II I.KATHERM VN CIi rk of the i ii %  ill Court im aii Bs c p Ci iPEL VND i '•",. ii Clerk \l VII ll N FINK n.y fo I'la i nil iI >ade Ki di ral H l~ Miami '-. KI I" 19-26, 11 --!• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C .0569 NIK \\ II.1.1 VMSBCRdll SAVIN';.BANK, Plain I' INI.I:Y ,II >N i:> Ti -•• • in Banki U| li i. H iSBPH I. SHAW and \ rilBRINE G. .-ll W\ his wife. Vli'Ti ill V VSIIJiSKI and IKMA \ VSI I.BSKI ln> w Ifi and the KNITBD ST VTKS Ol VMBRICA, 1 lefendnnts NOTICE OF SUIT To Jl ISKI'H I. -I' VW and CATHERINE %  : SHAW, RESIDENCE I'SKSon N n alive and II %  %  ad unknow n heirs, de> Isi •-. %  -. I nors, • %  •• Ioil minis laimli K i" Ihm igh. undi againsl an] of the Bbovi named • III. ndanta ">i" ari dei eaai n Y,,ii are herebs notified thai thi above caplloned action haa been Inatituti .1 againsl you n the i in iiit Courl .i Ihe Kl.KVKNTH Judicial en. .it ..f i'l."i.i in and for BADE Counts '" '•• %  '"" %  mortpagi the following di scribed ren pi 3i niock -•" FIRST VDDI1 ION -, %  | |AROI, • '\T\ •• cordlna i" Ihe Plal thereof, rei orded In Plal Book ,..,. page i l il Ihi Publli Records ol I lade i ounl) Kloi Ida Y...I are requlrod to Hie your an-u,., to Blalntlffa Bomplalnl nh the Clerk "i '><•' i"i' %  • """ ""' ., v. j ,',.|,v tli. reof upon i.l.iiiitin f MARTIN FINK, ml, M.-i l.„l.. Kederal BI Mlanil IS. KJorlda „.., later than November 1. 1962 i ,.,. ronfi %  '"" he i nti red againsl sou. Han .i October 16, 1963. r ii I.I: \ IIII:I:M \N '|| ii, ,,r thi i Si %  nil i '"Ui I ,..ali By; C. I' COPKI. VND ii. Clerk MA); TIN FINK Mim ni } f"i Plalntlfl IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No 62C 11438 BKN BOSK IN .ni" KST1IBR la..-KIN. hiwife, Plaintiffs, \ .THE Wl IMBN s • -I.i "B i IF I'KIN'i "ETl IN. eli i i als I '. lendanta. NOTICE TO APPEAR Till-: STATE tiF l'l."l:ll'\ ; r< i THE DEFKNDAN l*S 1 THE WOMEN'S Cl.l B OF PRINCB| TON .. dissolved voluntars assoi'iali.ll VINA SMITH and MARIi\ RET Mil:!: \ V as sole .-'.n Is ng m. ml %  %  !.and ti usli • ..a The Women's Club of Princeton, a dissolved \ ui .iii.i: \ assi •' i.it Ion: nnd L I SMITH, husband of VINA S"M1TH. and JOHN 1. Ml'RRAY, husband "f MARGARET Ml'RRAY, and the unknown m.-ml "f The Women's Club .d Princeton, a dlssolvi .1 ..,| >.. latlon nol known to be dead oi ili' • and thi un Ki %  tees and creditors or other pi rains • lalming bs, h .,, nn.li r said unknown nu mi., i H, If i i\ • i nd If di ad i heir unknow n in ii -. des i-. %  legatei oi aranlei -. and all persons know n "i unkndwn havlni r claiming ans Interest in an.l i" the following deal .1 land. t.. W It U.I 2. I'lUN'KT' i.N PARK, ll IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52489-B IN RK: Estate of AI.YIN FORMAN KNOWI.KS I leceased NOTICE OF INTENTI.-N TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given iti..t I have filed ni.v Final Report and Petition f"r 1 listrii.iitn.n ami Final Discharge •< %  Administrator of Ihe estate of Alvin I-"1.1*111.111 Knowles, deceased: and thai on the 29th day of November, 1962, will apply i" the Honorable County Judges .a Dadi County, Florida, f..i approval of said Final Report and for diRiriliiitii>ti and final dlschan Administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent. Thla 1Mb day ..f i tctober, 1962 AI.NSI.KI-: it i I:I:I >i i: Admlnlstiai •!• AIN8LEE K FERDIB Attorn. ". IT 1 --; West Flagler st Miami 33, Florida m 26. 11 2-9-H IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11470 THE DOLLAR KAVINOS BANK %  IF NEW YORK CITY Plaintiff, lo 12-19-26, 11 -1 %  cording lo ih. Plal then "f. rei ,i in I'l a' Book :. Pagi I IS. if Ihe Public Kecordg ..f l. %  i. %  County, I lorlda You a .I >i ii "f i "ii an hen l>s notified that suit has been filed in ihe .,i„.\. named Courl bj ihe above named plaintiffs for the iiurposi ol quieting title of the plaintiff." in and :.. tin properts Involved, herelnabove .l.s. i il.. 'I Yol' ARK HEREBY REQCIRED to serve a cops of your anawer oi pleadInga on ARONOVITZ, SILVER ft si'in:i:. the plaintiffs' attorneys, and to file Ihe original In the office ni the Clerk of the ClrcuH Courl ol the I Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for I l-ade County, Florida, oh or before thi 26th day ..; November, 1962, In Idffault "i which a Decree Pro Conn ill hi • ni. • ed .malii.-l you and ach of you. DONE VND ORDERED at Miami. i. :. %  i 'mints. I la, this 23nl das i| .. •..!.. • \ 1 1 1962 K B LKATIIBRMAN, i'l. \ l> of the Circuit i '..nrt liaile l' i Florid i i -.ni %  Bj • %  P. Cl IPBI.AND Depul) Clerk v i;. >N' 'V ITZ Sl l.\ EH and Si 'HER Vttorni*} s foi 1 'la Intlffs Ituildlim Miami ti. Horlda in .'•:. n • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY No. 62C 10844 Liiirll-: IKIti.lM'N. Plaintiff, vs. I'l.AI'irs FERGCSON, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE ia i i 'i. vi'irs Ki:i:i:rsi >N Pade Count} Florida you, i'l.Aim s FERGCSON, are hi i. b) notified lhal a Bill ..f Complain! for Divorce lias been filed againsl you, and you are required I" serve a copi of your Answer oi Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, LAW OFFICES OF I STANLEY LEVINE, 900 Southwest Second Avenue, Miami :!•;. Florida i Kll I-168II and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office "f the Clerk "f Ihe ClrcuH Court mi or before the i .tli daj "f November, 1962 If you fall t" do so, ludgmeDl 1'.' dofaull will be taken againsl you for Ihe relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint Thla notice shall bi published once each week foi foui consecutlvi weeka in THE JEWISH F1JORID1AN DONE AND ORDERED *t Miami, i lot Ida, tin.'li dn> of i L lobi i V.D r R I.I: \ i IHI; MAN, I'l.-rk. Circuit Court, Bade Couaty, Florida ,-, ...ii Bj K M LYt\N 1 i(|.ii> Clerk I..WY OFFICES OF I STANLEY l.i:\ INE 90 sw 2nd A\. im. !•: Kla. —FR 1 I6SI Bi VI.i: l LIEBERM VN NORMAN BARL VAN ORDER and ELSIE M VAN ORDER his wife, and FIRST NATIONAL II VNK i .1 Ml VMI, I lefemlants NOTICE OF SUIT TO NORMAN BARL V VN I IRDER and ELSIE M VAN ORDER, his ifTI i Montgomery Sl. S\ rai use, Ni Yoi k You ai.liei. i.> notified that the abos'e captioned action has been In.i i you in Ihe %  '.i nil of the Bleveni li Judicial • 'lrF lorlda li mid fn |i li ty t<> foreclose a mortgage upon the following desciibeil real properts i .a l, BliH-k : I, i 'a: ol Cits %  % %  -•' ond xdilii Ion, a. ci 'i ding t,. the plal 'li. eol reci i'l.1 In Plal Biaik SS al • :•. She. t l, of Mr. |. ildl .' "i i lade i 'ounty, Florida, toKI thi i w n h the follow Ing iti m t pi opei ty which ..: • located In and p.Ttnan. nil} liistalb .1 as a p u t ..t the Improvements on said land i; E RI I ilsposal F \ %  •-!:. G.E Re•i Igi i.i' LVV 11, G.E b in Oven and Rangi .1 -''" an I .1 %  ••'. Vi ne Han Blinds a ii i Tra lersi Rods, Two I .'i T lb n. loaui %  ..-• s*-.'! ai. required N> file your an-'" % %  i" plaintiff'a complaint ith the i ii rk of Ihi aforesaid 'oui t. and nerve %  cops thereof upon plaintiff's attornes MARTIN FINE, li'h Floor Pad., l-.d.-ral Bldg Miami .'..'. Floi Ida. nol I.Her than Novembel • or a Decree Pro Confesso will % %  en tere.i againsl \ ou IIATEI l ober 24 1962 B. l: LEATHERMAN ci.rk of the i ircult Com t (seal) Bi N. v HEWETT, i puty Clerk MARTIN KINK Attorne} for Plaintiff nth Floor l 'adi I %  deral Bldg Miami .::. Florida in :'•:. 11 J-II-IK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 9251 THE WILLIAMSBCRGH SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, vs JOBSCHARLKS HANNAH and MARY LEE HANNAH Ins wlfi MAN li: I. CoMKAS and JAY i • 'Ml: \s and ARI.BNE fi'MKAS his wife, and n IHN P SHALE .11: I >. fell, I., NOTICE OF SUIT TO JAY i-i'Mi: VS ..n. VRI.ENB i IMRAS hiw it. %  i i %  -.. i:... i -1 Highland I'ark. N J You ai a hi reb} nol i ;. hal Ihe • i uptloned ui lion has been in -i r ui' .! againsl >. u In thi i Blevi nth Judicial I iruit of Florida In and foi I lade Counts to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real properts I .ol :'" in Hi... n 67. of FIRST \i •' 'I Tln.N TO I'AHUI, CITY, according to thi Plal thi reof, recorded In Plal Book SO, ai Page 19, of the Public Records ol Bade County, Florida Y.'ii are required to file yo suer i.i I'aintnts complalnl with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a cops | hi f upon pi ilntlffa attornes MARTIN KINK, llth Floor Had.' Federal Bldg.. .Miami 32, 1 Ida, nol later than November 26, 1962 ora I i.'i-ree Pro Confesso will be eni. i ed aga msi \ .ii I 'at. .1 i i.ti.l.. i _".. IM2. i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the • 'li cull %  "ourl Iseall Bs l< M. I.YMAN i >eput) Clerk \l VRTIN KINK Vttoi nes foi Plaintiff i nb Flooi I' i.i. I • di ral Bldg Miami S2, Florida in •.'•:. l! 1-16 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! > Jenisti Floridiain solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guoTante* accurate service al legal rates Dial FR 3-1605 lor messenger serric LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10742 (Pearson) I s GI.EAsoN, JR as Administrator ol Veterans Affairs, an officer of tl I'lnt.d States nf America, and hiaui > • asors In such office, and hla oi their assigns, Plaintiff, \ s RALPH J M ANKI.I.A and VEDA MANE1.LA, inwlfi Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT TO: RALPH .I MANELLA and VEDA M ANKI.I.A. his wife, if liwn including an) unknown spouses of -.nd Defendants if they have remarried, and if dead t" their unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignee* creditors, llenors, trustees and all other persona claiming I>>. through, under or against these Defendai whost residences may !•• unknown YOI" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bull has i.e.-ii broughl against you by I s GLEASON, JR., as AdminK tra I oi .• %  Veterans Affairs, an Officer of tinI'nited states ol America, and his suci'essors in auch office, and his or their assigns, in the abi\ • entll leil i "oiirt, to fort i lose a mo ^.i^. encumbering the folios ing dea. rlls .1 pi-opert) In wll Lot 1. Kl...k 17. ..I FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according to tli. plal there..!, i.e.-tile.I ill Plal Book 6u, al page l, of the public re is "f i'.1.1. Counts*, Florida ami >"ii are required to file your angwer with the Clerk of the Circuit :• .. %  i'.i.i.County, Florida, at the i 'o iri house li \l laml, Florida, "ii ..i h, ton Novi mbi I -v 1962, and to I v, \ .. ., cop) -.: such answer upon i MYERS, IIEIMAN, K VPLAN and i %  \ T .M A N I'l ilntiff's attorm -. whose address Is Eleven-Fifty Build" niK. il."." s w Firsi Street, Miami 16 la, "ii "i la-fi ie ssid -late, as required l" the I..M.a llorida If you fall i" do so, the complaint will bi :. i^ onfesseil bs yi %  and .. 1 'cree Pro Confesso will be entered againsl you for the relief demanded in tincomplaint DATED tins jlth day of Octobi i. K. B LEATHERM VN I'l. rk of the i 'Iri Hit I '"HI t l lade Count). llorlda iseal. Bs N A HEWETT, l >eputs Clerk Myers, Helman, Kaplan and I'aisnian Eleven-Klft) Building 11"." s W Firs! Stt.et Miami 16, Florida lo :'ii, ll '2-9-16 i-26. 11 Mi. ne) i"i I ''.. ii.in' ju 12-19-26, ll 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTJUK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business in the fictitious nami i KAYS OCEST Hi'isi'al | ; 7 Weal .Mi.l site, t, lliHli-nh Intend to register said name with the i "lerk of the Qlrcull Courl "t Dad* County, Flori.i.. 1'lill.ll' .1 R \Y LENA l< BAY AltO.Ni'Virz. SILVER 4 MCHER Vltorneya for AppffcanTs •'"7 A insh \ Building Miami 12, Florida 1" 12-19-26, u 2 NOTICE UNDEK FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name of Al'Ul'ST BROS BAKERY at 3*1 SW. Mb Street, Miami. Florida intends to reglstel said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida Aim ST BAKERY, INC. i a Fl I i 'Il> I ARTHCR Al lil.-l Attorney foi Applli ant 607 Alnsle) Bldg. 10 19-26, 11,2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under thi fictitious name ..i Man-hunt, Perkins, Cook and Schen. %  il. in at Mi". Biscaym Building, Miami, I'la ill.end to register said name with the Clerk "l Ihi Cln tit i 'ourl ol 1 'ale < '..il FH > t-l.-l Ida MARCHANT AND PERKINS, I'Ki'l il.-.-i. i\ \,. VSSOCIATION la Fill l'"i p i I" IH-L'li. 11 -' V NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi undersigned, desiring to engage In b isi in %  under I he fli miens name ol CHEZ /.1'iNN'K al "^7" sw is* Terrace, Miami "' i"i Ida Intends t. register Bald nami with the Clerk of the Clrcull i'oi 11 of Dade Coonty, l'l"ti.la M VRILY.N SHI'PACK Sole i rw ml MM Mi I % %  INALD Vttorni f"i Vppllcant 315 N Krome Avi Homestead • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business iindei the fictitious name of CARPET TOWN al 9820 N W 7th AVI Miami, Kla. ami -KeMloie in 1 ,,., i '.. I'la int. nils to r. nisi, r -.ini name with ihi Clerk oi the Circuit Courl ol I'aiie County, Florida i VRPET TOWN, IN.' By: jjeorgw Light hall President V ROBERT •' VRI.1SLB Attorney for Applicant L'" S K. K:i si Aval • Miami 22, Florida | 1" 26, n • :•' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I the miitcraigneri. desiring to engage in business under ih. fictitious name of JIMMY DKSTRO. KI'US at 9SS Uncoin Boad, Miami Beach, Florida In tends t" register aald name w-ith the 'ii i k of the Cln uil court of Dade County, Florida. JIMMY DE8TRO ANGEI.O M.I I Attoi ne) lei' Applicant HI 12-19-M, 11,2



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r\ the w oman s UJorU ~]re\vw]is]li Fjlondbtaxi Miami. Florida, Friday, November Sec; k i V.'eme: Group of National Children's Cardiac Hospital holds a fashion show and membership tea at Westbrooke Club. Discussing the heart fund for young cardiac oatier.ts are (left to rights Mrs. Richard Blank, president; Mrs. :;ie, tea chairman; Mrs. Jack Stone, and Mrs. George •jir.an. Diamond Luncheon' at Fontainebleau To Honor Active Cedars Women %  ii up of local women • •• i ,i to receive ;i ii""' lie service award lor the | rogress of Cedars % %  %  ;pital as "tlic President's citations will recogut standing achieveipbuilding of Cedars ative months s wil take pi ice at "Diamond Lunchai the Font %  a unced b> i-l Levi pi limax 'hi' Hie I nnans : inchcon •. | %  • noted .' •". c olle< lion \ alucd • 1,0 0 featuring Iamond" Selected marquis i met aids ar' held in bj a network ol tine ling • he effect of dia. v it hi The luncheon is sponsored as a community observance in honor of women who have boosted their con tributions to the Golden God Mother and Golden Guardian categories. For increased donations to the building fund, they will receive the coveted diamond-Mud led ftold charms bearing their personal identification and the Cedars caduceui nia. Especially assembled for the Cedars event w ill be a fi ol Parisian imported suits • lie D'Alby, In the manner of ( hanel and Di r in Thai will show I and i els will w< .0 w igs bj h Regina, an autl ::> ii I fashion wigs ai 'l hail %  eces. Other citations %  •'•i" be awarded to ii. chosen as "Builders Cedars." They are among Ihc 300 founders of the Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary four years ago who have continued to perform volunteer services in the hospital, and give "ex irj Ii adership" in the iomen*.Ii' on fund rais i \ iiii Emcmu-EI Ladles Send 2 Delegates Mrs Si.l Gold teii presi 'enl o' Ihe Temple Emanu \". Sisterhood, has been invited to join the guest speakers at the biennial convention of the National Women's Laue ol ihe United Synagogue ol America at the Concord hotel, Kiamesha Lake. N.Y., starting N'ov. ii Mrs Goldstein, accompanied by Mrs. Alexander Kogan, a memb ol the Sisterhood's board of dire< tors, will leave for the eonventibr on Nov. 9. Her topic will be "Tin (;irl Scout M"ve—'. the future attorney was also '"'"' outstanding contestant" "the Moot Court competitions in •nich he and colleague Michael "'" won in the junior-senior Graduating from IM hool in January. Richard •• %  Of three law students *•<> will represent the school in "J regional tournament to he n *W in Atlanta, ('.a., next month. • what seemed like a ."•"righl invitation to dinner !" n Herman and Kave Rubin. Helen and husband Jack Rubin found when they arrived that the shouts ol "surprise" they heard were in honor ol Jack's 60th birthday Color scheme for the decor, as well as for the imposing birthday cake, was a beautifully-muted combination ol mocha and yellow Enjoying the !• %  sth ities, as well as his dad's obvious surprise, son Mark and his pretty Suzanne and her parents, George and Lucille Talianoff Others sharing the delightful evening, George and Dorothy Shim. Harold and Ethel Cohen, Lou and Cert Wolfe and the Irving Brauera Recently returned from six weeks on the continent, Dr. and Mrs. David (Marcia) Brezin Trip started with a flight to Oslo and visits to Norway. Sweden. Denmark and Austria After attending a surgical meeting in Paris, they drove through central France, lingering all too briefly on the Riviera and in Monaco Sailed home on the SS France, just in time to bid adieu to F.manuel and Ruth Pollock-Mama'brother and Dr lirc/in's sister— who are now cruising for 40 days on the SS Atlantic The Pollocks will celebrate their silver Workinq on preparations for their annual banen's Division president; Mrs. Louis Glasser. quet on Nov 28 are these members of Techchapter president; and Mrs. Fannie Goldberg, nion's South Florida chapter shown at a meetStanding 'left to right) are Mrs. Jack Rifkin. inq at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack KatzMrs. Tiudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Frances Enman Seated are Mrs. Philip Thau. Worntine, and Mrs. Clara Denner. wedding anniversary against the romantic backdrop oi the blue Mediterranean. • • • Another couple who will be on the high seas for their anniversary are Aida and Isldor Yaslo. who will sail away Nov. H on the SS Jerusalem for the 12-day Shalom Cruise in the Caribbean Europe beckoning to the Morris Libermans, Ol Miami Peach. too Leaving the end of the month for a sx week jet trip which will take in Paly. Israel, Spain. Portugal and France While m Paris they'll >> guests of Renault, internationally known French Motor Company. • • Back in her lovely Morion Towers apartment. Lillian Kratf has c n led a three month holiday chock fui! of sight seeing and fun Started with a flight to London, where .-he met son Robert 17, who spent the summer friends there Alter visitto all tht historical and beautiful spots II. England, the two went to Paris lor a week for more of the same Then on her own. Lillian made her first trip to Italy and its lovely cities Among memorable evenings was a performance of "Otello" in Venice in thi courtyard of the magnificent Doges Palate, which W| used a: a background And in ne, it was "Aida" beautifully -unt on the huge stage erected in thi rums of the Caracula Bartis stop a.Israel, w here Continued on Page 6B



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?-- 2-3 (. M < f f/r ridHfoifi Friday. Ncverr.be: ; iggJ Council Divisions Meet Wednesda tig pkmj :-,.the Todab-Thankagiving .... luncheon which B'nai B'rith Women' %  bar* an behalf -,: Israel Bonda are .: B'na. B'rith group* here and exe .ftfMrs Gerald Soltz. Isiae: Bond r B'na n.-.:.-.. The Todah-Thanksgiving Festival Luncheon will take p.ace on Wednesay Nov 28, at the Deauville hotel. %  ': with Mrs. Soi z are from left Mrs ey Toper president Harmony group Mrs. Flora S lent, Chai group M Robert Gross, president. Eleanor Roost group; Mrs. Soi Mo^es lent Men group: iron: seated Mrs Florence Bern .dent. Sunshine group; Mrs. Le : .e.3. president, Shoshana gro B'nai B'rith Women Pian 'First' With Joint Thanksgiving Israel Bond Function tng *iil r>cph Cooper, life membersiiip chairmen. Beba Idelson Chapter Meeting Be i i ••.n chapter ol Pioneer h : its Kl ular meeting this Thursday. i p.m.. Ir ihi Washington Federal > and Loan bids. Mrs. I-aac Offenhenden. presi *as to intr iduce Dr Celia Davis cultural chairman, who was to conduct the afternoon progi Wk KASHA Ve/ioM. lutntlouB BfO h .•--*.:• G'oatt. A o •njoy V.. % C**r*jr Ka>rnJt (flnU) Kuha N G'ftvy, Kasha Soup. f*£t KASHA COOKIOOtt Jyi' icoei! *q.st to: ?h, i Wolff, Fon Yan, M. T



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November 2, 1962 *Jewisfr fhrldKom Page 3-B \\ the national board meeting of Women's American ORT ^n the Fontainebleau hotel last week are (left to right) Mrs. amuei Avrach, member of the executive committee of the outhos: Florida region; Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, conference chairman; Mis. Harry Rosenblatt. Southeast region president; and vlrs. Ficrence Kupperman. regional chairman for United Jewsh Appeal. Kadcmesh Chapter Fetes Bof k Month Kadimah ch ipter of P eer Women meetinj 1 hurs IJ % %  8:15 p.m., at Beth I>*VI I 9ymv %  -•in', will be in honor of Jewish Book Month Mrs Morris Skop will review "Rembrandt, the Jews, and the Bible," by Dr. Franz Landsberger, which deals with the histories background of the Rembrandt era. Wife of Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Shiran, Mrs. skop is at present teaching art in the Dade county public si hool system. She has had se\ exhibits, and won first place in portraiture for ihe State of Florida some years ago, Mrs. Annette Blacker, program chairman, will introduce Mrs Skop \ lit summary of the life am work iii Chaim Weizmann, first President of Israel, will commemorate the will anniversarj of his death. Mrs Harold Shapiro. Amer ican affairs chairman, will give the review. Mrs. Fred Sandier, chairman of the Night Club Nite" at the Carillon hotel on Dec. 8. will report on ihe activities of her committee. Mrs. Moses Meyer will be hostess, assisted by Mrs K Kalman and Mrs. llyman Selcer / Reviewing a member-bring-a-member tea aiven by Temple Menorah Sisterhood are (left to right i Mrs. Ben Krovetz, Mrs. Sol Frankel, and Mrs. Joseph Feldman. Women Plan Book Reviews A series of book reviewby Rah Ashbes and Mrs George Kramer. hi Herbert Baumgard will be spon I Q n Saturday. Nov. 17. all paidsored by the Sisterhood of Temple up sisterhood members will be Beth Am throughout the winter. guests at a cocktail party. ArFirst book to bo reviewed will be rangements chairmen are Mrs. 'Ship of Fools." by Katherine PorSamuel Berkovwtz and Mrs. Rooter Chairmen are Mrs Norman ert Goldstein. ons ISABEL GROVE : nctioii for Women's RT conference held last Ice! ami Beach was a lunch nThur ;. at the Fontainebleau Hi d in the Fast ballroom the afternoon featur iere display of fash :il> _-,, l and executed by ung ORT students at the Alexan• Syng; owski School in Isradj i I | •. bj M it aret Newman le • i r and mod bers ol the Southeast I i ion. orations Israel Iran Tunisia, Mon modclini in the %  • ..nl Kotzen and B Mrs. KoUei B 'i oek how B lopped w'.iii a jack B .'.I. ami Mrs Lipsk> B 'nl h.ur with a white %  mble Seate I at the I • ihem during lunch I Donald Blech in a I • -n aw garden hat %  i dri ss and Mrs v ho wore a very at %  .it on black sweater inll of the room from Honduras, Malik with Mrs. Luis before settling here lived in Honduras i" the afternoon "as Hi arts to Their Hands h rence • it pi; | | %  mta with the local to over :soo naopened with a evening at the Southeast region, chose a white frock with gold threads running through the satin, featuring a white mink collar. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. immediate past president of the local unit, wore blue lace with a white orchid corsage, and Mrs Florence Kupperman, of the executive board, se! off her lovely red hair with a pink fitted sequlned sweater over a white chiffon skirt topped with a pink theatre coat Sharing a table. Mrs Abbe Lane in champagne brocade with mat jacket trimmed with mink cuffs and Mrs Michael Fields, v hose white enseml le had a print I and Jacket lined with the %  pattern, with imi natit Pi ; ilar black for si vcral ol • Mrs Martin Lodge's had a ca -uie top an : mati I Leo (Jro.ss covered her \ Mack "h a lush mink capi v ablack lace for Mrs PI Stark and a -ilk suit for Mrs Sam uel Garfinkcl Black and gold bro a


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Fcge 4-B 9-Jenist kltrHifr Friday, November 2, 1962 Sinai Sisterhood Social Supper A social supper for the entire family ibeing ipoittored by Tempi, sii ai Sisterhood on Sunday, from 5 to 7 p.m al the Temple. Funds raised "ill be used for kitchen equipment in the perma Next Thursday from Q a '' noon, the Sisterhood will i orientation and leadersh p • %  session at the Hot Shoppi r. -; lu rant. 950 No. Miami Bi Mrs Aaron Kanner klll'lH'I! l-l|lH|-"i. ... l"Wnent Temple building soon to be dent of the Southeast I. Life-Givers" gather at a meeting of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home :cr the Aged. Standing (left to right) are Miss Hannah Seligson, Mesdames Minnie Levine, Mollie Silverman. development fund chair.r.an, Dr. Celia Wohl. Ida Kayes, Frances Makovsky. Anna Baum, Anna Wiesen, Dora Slewett, Tema Rossein, Samuel Tress, Lena Dublen, and Jennie Cohen. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Yetta Pollack, Miss G o 1 d i e Riess. Mesdames Fannie Schiff, Isidor Cohen. Shari Silverman, president, Fannie Lipshitz, and Sophie Rosenthal. Meeting was at the Algiers hotel. Women's Courses At Beth David rsl semester il the nen"s Institute w | Dec. Fr m 9:30 to 1 w in \\ Lips i i lass n Hebrew I irdii to Mrs M Kell hairman ol I i David Sisti rhw ilt ed nmit. -: nsi i of Ih am. i Norman N will ture and lead the disc ission on • Preface to Morals" from 10.30 to 12 noon in the Social Hall. Text to be used is "Everyman's Talmud." bj Dr A. Cohen The second .semester will consist ol >i\ sessions from Jan s through Feb. 12. ending in an all-day Kalian i convocation). The courses are free to members oi Beth David and their friends. Registration will take place at the lirst session on Tuesday f NOW! : 5 for magtc-easq meals..5 : W KOSHER : iSLICED BOLOGNA: WILNO' KOSHIR •OlOGNA <9 Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-635: J*'erected Serving with Mrs Jules Slade, chairman, arc Mr and Mrs Harry Kauffman. Mrs Ham shopmaker and Mrs Nat Borrok are planning the entertainmenl for the children, and Mrs David Field is captain of dining room service Children's Aid Unit to Benefit Luncheon and card party will be given t>> the Miami Beach chapter ol Children"s Asthma Research In stitute and Hospital at Denver on Saturday trom noon to 4 p.m., at tin House of Hoo on the 79th si -. %  way Mrs Sidney Ritterman is president of the chapter ceeds will go to itment an I n s< an I pi • \ Mrs. Bert ., • l.s I i %  A-:! %  %  %  i : mi Temple Sisterhoods wil discussions. Reservations chairrnai y-, Daniel Lowy STARRING Mrs. Irving Fell, president of the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service, Mrs. David Kirsh, the committee's Family Life conference chairman, and JFCS executive director, Leon Fisher, plan for their Family Life conference to be held Dec. 4 at the Everglades hotel. Theme of this year's conference will be 'Family Life in the Community.'' Rabbi Schiff on Television Coffee to Honor Service Aides A coffee honoring volunteers who have completed seven weeks of training will be held in Wolfson Auditorium at Mt. Sinai Hosptial on Monday at 10 a.m. Called servi/ aides, the women have been fullytrained under the supervision of volunteer Registered Nurses who arc members of the Women's Auxiliary The volunteer service aides a-sist {he nurses in patient care Duties include feeding, bathing, bed-makadmitting and discharging Attending I ffee will be hospital -*ati mi "Man in Bosun, i ssistanl dire r dministration, nd Mi Ross, dh ... ill bi Mrs A Hi rbi ri M •: %  .'. • n's Auxiliarj >! Yal N Levinsoi lent in ind %  > %  %  MrRalph Dubei Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El. and vice president of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami, will be guest speaker on "Still Small Voice" this Sunday morning, 10 am over ch 7, WCKT. His topic will be "Man's Role in the L'ni verse.'' Shoshana Ladies Entertainment Shoshana chapti r, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its annual paid up membership affair Tuesdaj evening in the Terrace room of the Dupont Plaza hotel. Entertainment will feature Herb Carter and Barry Sinco, of local night dubs. Awards will be given (or decorative center pieces displayed by members. .MrHoward Spreehman is chairman of the project. Hostesses for the evening are Mesdames Gerald Alin. John Reich. Dick Danziger, Martin Rosenthal and Herman Rosenthal In charge of reservations are Mrs Fred Garber and Mrs Robert Tavlm. membership vice president not a powder, I not a crystal. I but a/Vf MM ^detergent! J New Fab is power-blasteJ under more than 303 pounds of pressure. This compresses cleaning energy in every tiny beai and gives New Fab penetrating power to get your toughest wash not Just surface clean—but CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH! 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Page 6-B Itwltt n>r**-f*7ir Frida y November 2, iFnd m k-adassah November Mec^ngs 3 Youth Atlyah Anni -y %  ;s hen : • 'I,!.'. %  Mil. v. Naomi cKap'eper, president, Saturday i > I lei House i • Miami i ampu> Arthur GfO! Planning Miami chapter oi Hadas.?Gh pai pction in celebration of the 28th anniversary oi Youth Aliyah ate seated (left to ri< Avva: Joseph Milton, president, Miami chapter; C'c.ire Collins, Mt. Scopus. Standing are Mesdames Julius Kletsky, Torah; Sol Harris, Chaim Weizmcnn; Elaine Sulzbura. Tikvah; Max Swartz, fundpresident, Miami chapter; Louis .yah coc etc:: D I Merman Menorch. Not si. ore M tld Dorfman, Chai; Arthur Grossman, Naomi; Son: Srira, Albert Einstein; Herbert Oppanheimer, Aviva; and Miss Fee. Teitier, Tikvah. 4*^ o c i a / i te Isabel K-jvove Continued from Page 1-B she spent three weeks touring the country from "tip to toe." a quick stop in Athens, and then the Leonardo da Vinci from Rome to New York, a month there, and finally home Estelle and Emil Gould, of CoralGables, took son Dennis ; ighter Laurie for a threemonth grand tour of KuroiH? this summer Family circle was completed when Cathie-Ellen, studied al the Sorbonne last v inter, joined them ... A junior at Smith, where she is majoring in French, Cathie has been chosen head of Smith's Rally Day Pursuing their academic careers, Dennis is completing his senior year at the University of Miami and Laurie attends Everglades ., Elaine Rothenberg was sitting around her Westbrooke Country Club eabana last week with no.'.iing more ambitious on her mind than a trip to the beauty parl >r, vhen she received a phone call irom her husband Barry, asking how fas) she could pack for a trip to Israel Breaking all known records, the Rothenbergs are now ofl to Israel u ith the Jewish National Fund to help dedicati Me Ami, Israeli twin city ( : Miami Picking up In r Pink Ladj lutIII Si u Hospital again is Mrs Lillian Bernsti n, who • ten weeks in scenic New England Toured Mass setts, Maine New Hampshire, and Cape Cod Stopped off in New York for more sophisticated entertainment (f Broadway shows and fine dining spots and then home. Miami Beach set.prettier and sounds tietter every day One of the reasons, opera star Roberta i Fields i Peters has become a permanent resident Moving into her Crystal House apartment soon with husband Bert and their children Pounder-president Jerri (Mrs Paul Pollak got the "This is Your Life" treatment from the Props on Wednesdaj at the Eden Roc hotel No secretleft now. but all done for laughs and with affection tor Jerri who has sen ed the organization well in the four years she has been at the helm Now she's stepping into the national picture and will be succeeded locally bj Marge Pepper Coffee for members of the Orchid Ball Committee to be hosted by lovely Mrs Ben Chen in her line Alto Island home on the 16th Guests will hear all about the fa-hum show lunch eon in earls December to b< the I'M ai i< laou ( ancer Re search Institute Bi • k< jit secret as ol this moment) is what Arleni %  Blasbi plan to %  ear for the |) "' I Cl % % %  annual Masqu< Dei uville on Saturday nighl A group enter: • isi th -' vi ral pals Ids are it will be far out." Mt. Scopus %  | %  g< S P 12, at t Youth .A nal Ch iiring the Ilins Mile ish fill%  ; hj v .:' to 1 I I %  •:..: group ol 13 I -....-.. Youth A :> ah has since sottli n habilitated in 1 %  childn rifs. Hadas'ah. th mi n's Z Oi izatioi preset of Youth A in the L'.S Pi • %  %  Albert Einstein president '•' %  \ \ t VI. !,,.-.. %  Irwin Li-s. H a-sah 1 esented by < lei c .| shions ol Mi eael Ith ha I) les b> Shir.i and .lack Aviva chapter. MlMien Mich aelson. president, and Mrs Her bert Oppenheimer, c hair m a n luncheon will be Moi Nc \ 5, ,.t Doral Country Club due-: speaker iRabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple B< Shi lorn I ..shii -how will be by Reinstein's. • • Chai chapter brunch.-on. 10 30 a.m., will be Monday. Nov :, al the Algiers hotel Mrs. Michael Krop i. president, and Mrs. Ronald Dorfman, chairman Guesl -peak er will be MrBernard Kramarsky. with fashion show by Lory's and wigs by Crowning Glory. Also ,-i heduli d ian intcn iew on M Turnerprogram, ch. 10. Thursday Nov. 8. al in. I I %  -. i".a •itv 4 %  Mrs. Tikvah meet • 1 Wed-1 : e sdaj • \ i I r500 SW 1 51 1 L chairmai 1 C hapter is A 1 Lf man Bl .' Tor^b J 1 n Dora 1 1 Not 12, will 1 Mrs Dorol • 1 %  a musical pi %  1 M • 1 %  | L. :. moon is l're-hicllt Miar:[ h. of Ha assah is with Mrs Mi x %  1 K< fund-raising \:>> 1 • 1 chairmen ol \ \ Louis Schwai tzmai ai -| in.uir Sehuln. : Social Club Will Note Anniversary! / AMFRICA'S No. I 100% PURE BEEF PRODUCTS orUy the finest in taste and quality from Kosher Zion made fresh daily in our new, modern, clean, stainless steel kitchens, under strict U.S. Government inspection and Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO CHICAGO 8, ILL. COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC., 855 Biscoyne St., Miami Beech Phones: JE 8-6232, JE 8-6231 MK. AND MRS. MICHAHSON Michaelsons Will Mark 50 Years Mr. and Mrs Philip Michai l 6 Pennsylvania ave. Miami Beach, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversarj on SaturdayMr. Michaelson and his wife, \ure married on No\ 3 '%  I in Now York City The couple came to Miami Beach in where he now operates a shot store, I he Mi. ha\ e three sons. Leo f Si Pi ti sbui \ ham, v ... .!,.,, |!;i M Bi ..eh Thi 5 also have I childi Mr and Mrs. Michaelson will '>. at a dinner partj giv. i thi ir -i ns and daughters M i Vmi :n ai a hotel on Saturdav evening to mark the occasion, Casting Call Sunday A casting call for "Cat on a Hbl Tin Roof" has gone out from the Gallerj Playhouse, 21] Giralda ave Coral (.ableAudition[or the 13 available roles will he held 1 n Sunday, 2 p m., at the Playhouse. Wk> KASHA Brown Buckwheat Groats %  Woltt s Kas'i '• *" %  • %  SOUP Chaim Weiimann pledgi lui will 1 '. • laj. \o\ 18 at the Holi I; y Ini kell av< w ill :• i ..Hi. .i lest -p. aker and a n isii ile Mrs pre? %  • %  Menorah will hold its pl< %  %  hi on on Mondaj. \o\. 12, at u. -'\.. '. i untt Guesl 5] i aker will I. Mrs Daniel V Heller, and hal fashions will lu presi nti i bj J. r lai Marsh I 'hair "l the afl s Mrs I 'avid Alt< rman, and presi li nt if Mi Harold Abbot) Cerebral Palsy Fashion Show Mian W %  i n's I nil of 1 al Pal> '.%  %  • •' II ym Terrace Thi • %  Pn n in 1 : %  > lalizes li nd domes) and features a bridal room v rrator will 11 Mrs Ton, | ej Music and songs are by Thel ma kaai. of the K.iai Music StudioSuganne lAsmiuum (AL0IH HU uoum smnua A iifii t".pl mnHrW %  eMSMI |u*itM MefaH I0CT0* trriOVB '01 DiUITKV 10* cAtom Dim 'AM s *-07 IOIJU Ml Al root "Wtt iwan GOAWNTKO NON-fATHNING! Miami Frieni S celebrate its second with a dinner ..: B< th El i ion on S tindaj .! I Music foi t ar. ment ill b. | i led n om the Trust Funds cording Industi ;.i btaine cooperation of l.eia) 655. in charge of rea rvati i Brafl and Max lai sha i t the group c I airman freshments ittee na Levine. mq %  •he R I If you like KREPLACH IN SAUC£ You'll love MEATLESS CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and eheese.-.seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and •asier than the frozen hind. S much thriftier, too-costs only, •bout 15c per servingl



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Friday, November 2. 1962 %fu.it + IFf^rf'^l^ir Page 7-B 3Levin (right), social director of Westbrooke Country Club ->resen*s trophies to the top winners in the club's first Mah'longg tournament. Receiving their trophies are (left to iqht Mrs. Eli (Lorraine) Schutzer, second place winner, and Mrs. Alan (Renee) Goldfin. champion. Presentations were made at a luncheon at the club. JWV Auxiliary Donor Affair v ... Bruce Brown Auxiliary! The Auxiliary will ho honored -i Jewish War Veterans of thelvrtlh an official visit from Mrs. EdII hold its annual donor afward Levine, president of the Dex evening at the Carillon partment of Florida Ladies Auxilotel iVrrangementa chairmen are iary on Tuesday evening at a reg%  ilr> Edwin Feibelman and Mrs.'ular business meeting in Pythian tobert Alexander Hall. 4601 W. Flagler st. r y 1 R 1 I I i'I t re-l A:I Kneseth Esrael Luncheon Slated First luncheon of the season for Kneseth Israel s rterhood will be >n I by Mrs Dorothy Blatt mi Tuesday. Hospitality chairman, Mrs. !si dore Ruppert, will I %  • assisted by Mrs. Harry Weiss and Mrs Etta Mandcll. Sisterhood president is Mrs l B Eisei stein Board Women To Meet Here Reeu'ar monthlv board meeting ol Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary will be held ol Too-'lav. Nov. 13. at the hospital, it was announced by president, Mrs, Nathaniel Levin on the agenda will be a discussion of the women's role in the upcoming celebration of the hospital's first anniversary during the week of Dec. 2 to 9. Also under consideration is a stepped up, in-service program for volunteers at the hospital to relieve professional nurses of many routine tasks Mrs Morris Blau will report on the progress of the Lobby Shon. and Mrs Samuel T. Sapiro, chairman of the Women's Division, will submit latest figures on the results of their fund-raising efforts for completion of the upper three floors AiRS. ROSt KUIN School Invites Parents to Brunch A "Get-Acquainted" brunch t*v mothers of the children attending Temple Ner 'l im i religi IUS Bcho i %  ill be hel i in Sklar Au litorium if Temple Nc Tamid on Wednesday ,t 11:30 a.m Parents will have the opportunity to meet with the staff and to visit \\i;h the director of the chool. A skit ei titled "You May be th one'' will be presented Serving %  on the i % %  % %  ee a 'e the execui\ i oi ai I ol Sisterhood and Mes' dames R ill h Mervis, Sam Pearlman, Paul v. il I Don Prichi ffici ". and Lou i Cohen, chairman of the relig school, Meyer Samberg, educational direct! r, and Mrs. Murraj A. Shaw, president of Sisterhood. Service Center Needs Hostesses Rose Field Klein, coordinator Of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Center, has put out a call for 500 additional volunteer junior hostesses Young ladies, between the ages of 17 and 25. are needed to serve three or four hours per week, any evening, at their own convenience. Mrs. Klein declared. The Center is open seven evenings per week. There are dancing. games and refreshments every evening. Chaperones are in attendance at all times. "There is never a charge for anything. The only requirement is a 1 pleasant disposition and good character references.'" according to Mrs. Klein. Girls may apply any evening from 7 to 10:30 p.m. The Center is located on the Ocean at 10th St., Miami Beach. Purpose of the Center is to provide a home away from home for young men in service. .. COMPARE The Rival Candidates for Congress in Florida's 3rd District North Dade County 45 t l KRS OLD AGE 63 YEARS OLD <> it : HEIGHT 5 ft. 8 in. \ll \MI HI \( H RESIDENCE CORAL GABLES I vtcnsivc dut> m Secret Intelliger mage wort, in I aim \n\ \ is \rm\ •.i v | i ,csi jaw I I i MILITARY RECORD 67 days as enrollee in Student Arm) Training i orps (SAT( '. I niversit) of Alabama,Oct. 7 • Dec. 12, 1918. \l IOR\l Y OCCUPailON AITORM'Y NO catcs < nailing protect person? with hard-earned savin I incomes from losing out bt inflation. Historj h m that man) free nations have perished, not from attack nm without, but from uncontrolled spending policies within. BIG SPENDER OF YOUR MONEY! yCQ n e M mi Herald says (Ocl | ltd thai voting for him would be "giving .i blank check to the Administration." While he was a I s. Senator, (1936-50), the purchasing power of your dollar dropped from 101.4* to 51.6* In this period Pepper earned his reputation as "the Hie. Spender" ol your tax monies, without regard to its damaging results on the economy. YES He "ill work for enforcement of the Monroe Doctrine—including an immediate blockade of Cuba and recognition of a Cuban Government in Exile. He leeta tinvd.it> and indecision have cost us greatly and cannot be tolerated. ADVOCATES STRONG MEASURES AGAINST COMMUNIST CUBA? MA His statements in recent months have llU reflected hesitation and indecision. ROBERT PETERSON m Believes in the individual's right and £5&**' abilitv t-> govern himself without execsSTRENGTHEN sue government interference.Wants Government FRE r: to stop coinpetingwithfrecicotiipetitive enterprise. gompfTITIVE ENTERPRISE? IJA Pepper has a long record of advocating lU the encroachment of big government on individual and local rights, diminishing freedom of choice and action for indiv iduals and businesses. yr( WHOI EHEART1 DLY, under a voliCO unlar) plan based on private enterprise in the American tradition, which gives tax deduc%  ir insurance premiums and also protects ih< se without income Plan gives broader coverage than state-controlled method ot his opponent. DOES HE ADVOCATE MEDICAL CARE FOR THE AGED? VCC — BIT under the misleading proposal Itv which would be compulsory and which compels workers to support millions of people who don'l need help, at great extra cost. It also i.uls to provide adequate aid for millions who do need it. m Peterson has an extensive, pi • i ms and I immunisl FBI / m I -'"n \ -' ;••'•'''• %  s I :cncc \ctivc %  I il-Oivcn HAS HE SHOWN GOOD JUDGMENT IN EVALUATING THE THREAT OF COMMUNISM? IJA Time Magazine said (April I*. l<0) IW "He became an apologist fur Rantai i •> rign Policy ... he proposed that the IS. destroy i v.rv aloni bomb VM have.'' I Saturday I veiling Post I Vug -: ; i >46) said: "Be soft with Russia, he argues, and thin avoid war." 1 he Miami Herald stated i M" i .'". 19501 "He has attempted to explain aa> the pro-Stalin, pro-radical statements of hisenatorial career... as he has sought to avoid references lo Us friendships for and championing of exponents of radicalism." CLAUDE PEPPER &f PETERSON ENDORSED BY MIAMI HERALD, OCTOBER 22, 1962 rC CriOUU C, \ ^7" nswh0 wleve in h e candidate of stature. U< is MOB PETERSON ... We think he would I o. the first ume in man) years Dade ,unt ^^ sman ._ „^ : cJiloriaI> 0clobcr 22> 1%2 two-party system have an opportunity to support a moaeraic iv-cj ._ __, .„ ---,.-„# YOU CAN VOTE FOR PETERSON PPOARDIESS OF WHETHER YOU ARE REGISTERED AS A DEMOCRAT OR AS A REPUBLICAN „., >,.. Poid for by Peterson Campaign Fund (G.O.P. Candidate)



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Pcge 8-B vJenisti floriRMfor Friday. Novemb 2. 1962 Beverly Jacobson Engagement Told; Groom-io-be is Jeffrey Lefcourt *v * nler v it ,ve I her. She -' irte me^5er\ and has remained in tl ese years .: is volunteer program consultant in Home Service Presently, here in is chairman <>f > Set • ;ce commit! he D % % %  Counter f Family Sen ice in disaster, as well as vii bain Volunteers This occupii s mosl he has been nal • '" l from -. • Europe ol so many lei i les i Over the years M % %  has written \• irs in ever) co intry, -pain i to see ne In pi i son. Reading is Mia's secret i ission, and sandwiched in between the lat.-liction are all of the current Who Done Its. Stir up a foaming, ex> ng Toii\ brew of Red Cross, psychology, mystery stories, bridge and asta, a dry sense if humor, and you have Mia Levy. {. GAY NIGHT AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB The new cocktail lounge that is almost completel at Westview ved as good an excuse as any for a party, according to Richard Haft. I is this year's chairman of entertainment. His warmth and friendss yol the dinner dance off to a good start. Tables for eight were e in li^ht green and pink At Mr. Haft's table were Flora Carlis, rris Lan askin and Beverly Schneider, and Leonard and Diane Trisi Dr Harold Rand and his Goldie were hosts to their table consist. of Dr. Ml Mrs, Victi r Dembrow, Judge and Mrs Milton Friedman, an I Mrs. Mart) K the Al Kaplans, and the -lack Sandlers ie or, black, which was pred n seen that evemr.-. Among and Mrs. Stanley Weinkle, Mr and Jack Games. Al Pallot and his Hermine. who is : !' ey, Johi %  %  in, L i at %  '• i nd Mrs. 1 Televisi w's Fin my N son ai made quite %  V >-AT DU;T Dust nth .''ry %  \ l-r. '. Dan and Molt; %  -'..:: I -• ,\ as Molly's first t idor : ill I Sam Frieilands the J ke '•" : %  i. Max Orovitzes i ht Into 111 t to see \ here new Dan i el is being b ill It was so I '-':• they i Id %  iut the i orr.i rsi n '' en i n to R '• pnthei ex Iting ad\ ent is their | ludii 11 • • % %  leryth as mosl except I that M 11) ith her OLD TIMERS ROUND-UP Football players with iald heads, erst-while flappers I i trifle • tronly, but everyone sparkling with that good, "remember when'' t-, ling enjoyed a wonderful t-together in honor of Homecoming Week 1 : the University of .Miami Chancellor and Mrs, Jay F W Pearson i. .e a cocktail party for 2C0 alums and old-timers at their home in Bi v yPoint Baron and Polly de Hirsch Meyer were chatting with Aaron and Myra Farr. Myra. like the devote.! wife she is. insisted that Aaron locked much younger than all his Glee Club cohorts. Charles and Audrey Finkelstein, Jack and Reba Daner, the Sam Weissels and the Mor|i< Pays ware busy remembering, too. A FEELING OF NOSTALGIA The old guard brought out their jeweled sorority pins and pinned I'.on to their bosoms to wear to the Alpha Ep-ilon Phi Founder's Day luncheon g.ven by the Alumnae. Florence (Mrs. Sidney) Lewis started her talk b) saying 'It's forty years of Alpha Epsilon Phi for me this month." Nonii (Mrs Marvini Zank. Mildred (Mrs. Jess) Spirer. Ruth (Mrs. Charles) Kruglick, Coleen I Mrs RobertWerner. Red (Mrs Sami. i Flinoff. Barbara (Mrs. Norman Brown. Rhoda (Mrs. Morris) Levlit and Glorida (Mrs. S. Ronald) Pallot never miss a meeting or party. Judy (Mrs. Arthur) Gilbert was showing pictures of their newest, whom they call Sister Ro let BI -'"' l .. • • • and Mark M, Weiss Cerem in) rmed b) R Kt • in Ihe Sevil eceptiot and i i • (i. • For hi r e Iding, the bi i light peau dc rin5-St) I Ol alcn< on Jewel nei klinc and elbow ler >th sleeves Thi controlled skirl : I a full court train \ louble poul vei I imported illusion net : from a I |] cand s Mi-El line K: anzli r and Vera Rot hfeld and Car li nberg were bi i maids Dr E Iwat d Weiss the bi 11< room brol her, set ved as man. and ushers *ere Frank Sherman and Joseph Schwartz, the bride's brother, Parents 'if the newly weds are Mi and Mrs Edward Schwartz, 4538 Sheridan ave., and Mr and Mrs. William Weiss, 1410 16th -t The new Mr and Mrs Wi iss both graduated from Miami Beach Sen ior High and the Walsh School of Business, The former Miss Schwartz attended the Universit) oi Miami Her husband is now an ii.\ estmenl bri ker Following a Carribean cruise, the youi ? couple w ill li\ e al Morton Towers. 9':\ to Toback, Galbut Betrothed Here Libb) K. Toback ai d How at \ Galbut are plai Announcement nu nt has beci ents Mi and Mrs Jack i ."isn Maggiore, Coral i, The future bridegn om I %  son "i Mr. and Mi Pa Diane Fleishman To Wed Nov. 23 Diane Fleishman and Kenneth Beckerman will be married y v 23 at the Concordia club in Pitts burgh. Their betrothal is being announced by the future brideparents. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert White, of Pittsburgh, Mr Beckerman is the son of Mrs. Frances Beckerman. 765 West 50th st., Miami Beach, and the late Samuel Beckerman. The bride-elect attended the University of Michigan and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh Her fiance is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology. Single Adults Celebrate %  \ tits i i tib : business • !: '-' i" fessi II I mi n and women, icelebrating itsixth year with a night club party Saturdd) evening at the Shelborne h I A:RS. MARK WEISS Miss Goodman Eyes Jen. Rttcs Mr and Mrs C r 6111 W 17th St.. W-III iv • he i lean, t Jr, • ep i l. 'i N i i ; .." 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Friday. November 2. 1962 Jen ifit nrrirfinn Page 9-B \ ISR4EL i: • • • %  Greater Miami I sore i Miami-Israel i Arts" dinner even in 3 it the Fontainerman of the Division, Mrs Jack greeted guests wearurqu iise and silver lame Her sheath aist-length jackin ligan stj le and • %  sleeves. II r wore a two. bronze and gold • i bu jle beads were 1 1 {littering ball u. mmed the hem iuse and theascol %  •-. exciting shade Ik ff in as the choice 1) %  \. iskal Her bodI in the surplice • iad narrow rhine%  ;>. and the the cla 5sic fullness .' Benjamin I the evening was %  n and charcoal ent sequins di : her sheath. • bj Mrs. David figure molding Grcssmans TeH Tcby Gail's Troth Mrs • m B Grossman, 61 11 nounce the en• laughter, Toby Jer L iris, son of Sam 15 BSt 1 -• and the late • Ide-ele t is a junior at the l ir-.ty of Miami, where she is • Dean's List She is vice tr.t of C illege Board, pa.-\ idenl %  : Orange Key Leadhonorary and AWS-Town .1 i M hostess, secretary1 r of th %  freshman and re class, and serves on ir) I of the dean. al 1 past president "f B'rith Girls, sid t of District ">. iris Her sororiT) l. Phi. %  University of ; \ c bridegi 1 the General :•. e in Washington, i %  %  ••!> with the Ti easury DepartROOM WANTED SiarJ Optional! tamily j, Mined College Boy, C 'I 7-3 3or 6-7 p.m. HI 1-2179 COMPANION WANTED •( • lonely '--..: in Widow Nc • jreinj. R>om tnd Board in Air Cj r.i i.med Home. HI 5-1203 sheath ol gold lame, and featuring a folia e design of textureembossed gold leaves. Sleeveless, and with a bateau neckline, only additional detailing on the dress was a small Hat, selffabric b iv placed over one hip Mrs Lillian Nelson chose the classic black silk crepe. Her shift silhouette featured a softly-drape i bodice and a low scooped neckline Turqu >>• chiffon was the choice uf Mrs. Marvin Lewis, and her gown ha I a low scooped ncckli full skirt. V • %  kJRS. R berl Brenner's sheath %  was of midmghl blue lame. Her neckline was as) metrically draped to one side and caught with a jeweled pin. Daughter Ilelene chose a floor-length white chantilly 11 e strapless gown, and her bouffant skirl was created with %  crs 1 lace A -ilk pr7 v ith a plui h m ckiin v as the select ion t Mrs Donald Gn ene i %  -..'< %  floral print was in f red vhich combined both lue and orange shadings on 1 1 ackground of green and l lac The -km featured the controlled fullness of a modified bell silhouette. Burnt orange chiffon, completely covered with matching colored sequins, was worn by Mrs. Seymour Friend. Her skirt was a sheath, with the bodice slightly blouson. A powder blue silk sheath was the choice of Mrs. Rose Butler. Her bodice had a deep V neckline, and featured lace appliques trimmed with rhinestones and pearlMrs. F.lly Content chose a lame brocade -heath in a paisley design of blue and green on white. Mrs. Jack Rabinovitch's gown was long-sleeved in black illusion with alencon lace appliques. A black peau lie soie cummerbund at the w.ii-i continued down the back to form a pleated -kit:. A mulberry-colored satin -heath with a matching stole was the choice of Mrs. Le<,:i Kronish, Her be, lice was sequined, and also featured crystal droplcttes Mrs Louis Glasser's warped silk taffeta ensemble was in a water1 Dior wash prim of tones and -hadeol the newest and brightest of pinks. Mrs I. M WeinJWV Post Fetes Kauffmcns Here Mr and MrA Henry Kauffman .'.ere guests of honor at a testimonial dinner given by the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, Posl 330. Miami Beach, in recognition of their "outstanding service to the lerans of all w ars" The couple have lived on Miami Beach for the past 15 years, anil Kauffman is nov r\ ii as com:. ander of the Legion ol Valor, chapter 2.5. He has the Distinguished Service Cross, the Silver Star, the Purple Heart with a cluster, and the Coveted Award presented to him by Gen. John J. Pershing stein's choice for the evening v/i a gold and silver lame brecade sheath with a draped neckline. |u|RS. Frank Marks wore a black %  wind sheath, which was sleeveless and had a high neckline. "Spider webs ol rhinestones ma e her fire.-., eye-catching. A Hack peau de soie halternecked sheath was the choice of Mrs Ann Schick, featuring overall embroidery in a floral motif of black cavicr beads. Shell pink illusion with chantilly lace appliques was worn by Mrs Ruin Johnson Berger The pafern oi the lace was detaile l with matching colored iridescent sequins. An emerald green silk ci • covered with matching colot c satin bui le b< a Is, was Mrs Al Harle's 1 h lice for Ihi in j. Mrs. Austin Burke w ir • • ess b ai k silk a'apaca, with a bateau neckline and bell sil1 te skirt. R'-• k v choice ol Mi • Anra Brenner Meyers Her gov n was ol til ) lace and eml roid re I with black iridescent se njins. A black v > MRS. T03Y GROSSMAN Emma Lazarus Member Meet Emma Laz irus chapter of B'nai B'rith, Busine an I Professional A men, will hold a member bring• member part> on Sunday at 1:30 p.m Site will be the home of MrLaura Weinstock, 5780 82nd st Mrs Irving Herbert, program vice president, will present Mrs. David Sh.-ip.e-. districl -erv.ee officer President of the group 1Mrs Ad. le Baum, and membership wee president is Mrs. Ruth Bar-on. Brandeis Hadassah Meeting Brandeis group of Hadassah will meet Monday. 11:30 a.m.. at the Fontainebleau hotel. They'll Beautify Center Branch Mrs. Jack Amazon was elected president of the Women'.Division of the Miami YMHA Branch at a special membership coffee last week. Also elected to office were Mrs Herscbel Rosenthal, vice president in charge of membership; Mrs Stanley Spieler, vice president in charge of program; Mr.-. Jerome Kramer, secretary; and Mr-. Arthur stein, treasurer. At the meeting, conducted in the home of Mrs Martin Belle, the group undertook a program of support of "Y," and plan.have already been made to raise fundlor itproject, which will be the beau-, tification and renovation of the "Y" facility al 450 SW 16th ave Guest speaker was Mrs. Solomon Kann, pasl president of the Miami Beach YMHA Women's Division, who discussed the history and ac complishmenls of her group. Next membership meeting will be held on Tuesday, Nov 27, 10 a.m., at the home ol Mrs. Arlcne Rome, 120 Shore dr \V Miami. A'R. AND MRS. A. H£NRY KAWMAN vet sheath was worn by Mrs Morr;Luck, with bracelet-lengthi s and a scooped neckline. A white Milk brocade dinn-r suit was the choice of Mrs. Irv i Greene. Her sheath dress had a -qua red neiklme. and her hiplength jacket was trimmed at the? neckline with a collar of blaclc diamond mink. Mrs. Joseph O h. n re a black alencon laca shea'h, which was embroidered th black cavier beads and jen crv stal tea-droplettes. • M RS. Mux Weiti chose an jsembie she just bought md was detailed wl tv Her neckline • md her bodice u is Ira >• • • iris. Daughter Fl r> %  satin I ..'Ii • Her strapless bodml lered -. Nursery Schools To bo Theme I -• ... i -• rii ol V.I.I V •" a arly childhood i %  Southwesl YMHA i i • %  • %  Wed .;• lay e 1 ~ '' %  M .. lean B. S h rtz, n v >d lespeak 'I* rj Sch i %  a 1. %  irtz was previ sly i r %  irk a i .. ic. pTA (. v that, in ai p ttcr rst .1 | i .." %  &f t Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CONSULTANT" for an AFFAIR to REMEMBER BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach There IS a Difference in Flowers-TRY OURS WIDDINGS-BA* MITZVAHS-GARDfN PART1IS BIRTHDAY ANNVERSARY t HOSPITAL BOUQUETS FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Garden Club Meeting Monday Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club will hold its first meeting at the newly opened Miami Beach Carden Venter and Conservatory on Monday noon. Theme of the after noon will be "Houaewarming." Mrs. Edwin B. Dean, national accredited judge, will demonstrate arrangements of leaves and plants for permanent use in the home. Mrs A Lester Stepner will suggest "Landscape Tips." On Tuesday, the club is holding a house plant sale at the home of Mrs. Seymour Rubin. 850 Lake view dr.. from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. President of the group is Mrs. Harry Moscoe. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 CORAL GABLES CONVALESCED HOME "A Friendly and Gentle Atmciphere For Tr...f 1 % %  ;. I .•'. e • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPEC Al DIETS OBSERVED • All ROOMS ON GRO'JNO FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SPACIOUS GROUNDS S SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rosenthal. Director -Owner former Aswt l>ir. Mt Plr Jrwlwh Hon.Sm.ii Hoar*.. Cl^ve'land A '..r AB.'J. Pitts!' :-->• CA 6-1363 7060 SW. 8rh ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA



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Page 10-B Jewlstiffrrldfor Friday, November 2 The Courier C^era/a i^chwartx Leonard Rosen, head of Gulf American Land, and J. A. Cantor, with numerous Florida real estate investments, breathed much easier at the cooling off oi the Cuba crisis, which had dropped the price of stock prices related to realty holdings here Actually, of com--. Floi Ida got its bis impetus from World War II. the Korean War. and now the Cape Canaveral build-up. Charles Friedlander is board chairman of Image, Inc.. new Una public relations and marketing firm Saul Weingarten. executive director of Lincoln Road Mall Assn., delighted over response to the .Museum on the Mall, which will be shown here by arrangements with the Ford Museum Akiva Goner is promoting a Queen of Clubs contest for Zim Lines' Country Club cruises. Jack S. Popick. president of Mechanics Uniform Service, returnei vith Ruth this week from a trip to Washington, D.C., where brother Nat was co-chairman with Abe Kay of a B'nai B'rith Foundation dinner. • • • Alan (Pepe) Citron, newly-named managing editor of the Miami Beach Sun. insists he can still fit into the same formal he wore when he left as city editor of the same newspaper nine years ago for a New Orelans public relations position Nathan Perlmutter. the able executive director of Florida's Anti-Defamation League office, has a concise and readable article on former Sen. Claude Pepper's bid for a return to Congress in the current issue of the Nation. He points out that Miami Beach — Pepper country — was artfully carved, but neglect! to note that the remainder of Dade county also had a northsouth division, which left labor-strong areas in the same third district. Jerry Berger. producer of the Builders Home Show slated NJov 22 to 27 at Beach Convention Hall, is plugging Operation Good Will, a mobile trade fair which he will produce for a tour of 11 Latin American countries next summer Herbert L. Simon. Miami Board of Realtors prexy. heads Miami's "Operation Fix-Up" campaign New president of a corporation which recently purcha>ed U.S. Cosmetic Care, a subsidiary of Sandra de Haviland. Ltd., of London is Armand Cerami. co owner of Tony's Fish Market • • • John Feller's all excited about opening of his new Johnnie and Mack plant on N\V 36th St., with a big open house Sunday feting the S300.000 facility Sam Liew. president of the Beach Jaycees iL.kinj time out 'rom All Chemicals Corporation duties to push for rezoning of a residential let tor construction of a new synagogue by Beth Israel. During i debate, the Junior Chamber supported the re / ning on grounds that the recent Supreme Court decision "created .. vacuum of religion in the public scl making it necessary that s\nau igues and churches fill the void." lit A.-sn. <>f Greater Miami sol .> seminary f<>r clergj of all faiths Thursday, with Drs. Enul Isberg and Louis Leml i playing prominent roles. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, as past president Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. was to give the invocation Mayor Kenneth oka planed to Montivideo, Uruguaj to repri Beach at the International Union of Municipalities S %  who doubles as the ho orary c i ia %  • Las Vegas on city busini Add Dr in" Beach ti cian, to the probable list of starters ( c derby next year Norman Broad, son ol Mr and Mrs named "outstanding student" oi the Uni %  • • • • pres lenl of the Bank of Dade County v th J iVeii on as board Surfside will its new on Nov. 11, with Maj ir Sidney Vice Mayor Lou Hoberman and Councilmen Lee Howard, Irving promis to] tch acti\ities all day. Numerous ; e backing the reapportionment amendinch will be on Tuesday's general election ballot so thej can ood .-hot at %  • %  • Dados 15 new seats in the state legislature An: %  those be >onv l for races d the amendment — opposed by 0 : %  Joseph l; \ %  nil F iv a:. ('. hen for ,: %  i nnvention. pie Israi adm • 'irector, E 1 Cohen, will c< I %  -i minar on "H ard Resp • it Mobile. From their h leave for the 21st annual > ''on of the National Assn ol Ten pie Administrators in llousti will be moderator of a Clini Problem.-, there. Cooling of the Cuban crisis heated interest in the 1962 Shalom Cruise of the Creator Miami Israel Assn i'> president. Maurice Revitz. reported Wednesday. Revitz said there are still some resen ations available for the No* s to 20 cruise to seven Caribbean islands Ihe SS Jerusalem The> may be secured at the Zim Lines i ffici 107 Line. 'In rd. "In view of the recent crisis, our peace and good-will mission assumes even large proportions," Leonard Solomon, a founding officer of the association, asserted. The Shalom Cruise, designed to i L'nn States rai I ai %  ill depar 1 I klartii the Virgin Islands and the Dominician Republic, Patron^ ol the cruise -ire I-rael Consul and Mrs Zeex Z Dover other officers of the sponsoring Greater Miami Israel Assn include Ben E'sen, Phil Revitz, .lack S Popick, Max Weitz, Ben Frankenstein Fred K s Vnsin CONTINENTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" -:•: RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD., Miami 226-1744 & ^CONTINENTAL^ y •v CATERERS V ^ ^ %  f.fp*The Chatterbox Restaurant} TRY OUR FAMOUS CHARCOAL-BROILED ROUMANIAN STEAK 1220 NE 163rd St. Wl 5-3281 bAIBKIitt 'Or OAK Ml.ii-nj & WcODINGS lrit ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT JE 8-5401 CMfftf'S DELICATESSEN & SANDWICH SHOP 380 ANDALUSIA CORAL GABLES Next to New Pubfix f'ee Deliver y 443-8254 "^>^3> MV^^V^^^VVVW/^AWWiV^^^V^^^^^/^^^VVt DELICIOUS ALL-AMERICAN COOKING Phones Bus: 443-8670 Res: 667-2094 WSDDING RECEPTIONS 0!NN:RS LUNCHEONS COFFEES TEAS COCKTAIl Pi'" ES Juanita s catering service 814 S.W. 22nd Avenue Miami 45, Florida TAKEOUT SERVICE CASSESOLES F3UI T VOIDS CAI A?S MOT AND COLD COOKIES KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Rim • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS Co-Owner OPEN EVERY NIGHT MIAMI BEACH'S SMARTEST RESTAURANT 9561 East Bay Harbor Drive Reservations Vincent UN 8-S7e M iwiiK iMfkM lienm Oflwn CM. 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Friday, November 2. 1962 ff';t M,r irnrflii^iiir Page 11-B Dinner Saturday fo Honsr Levlnthal; I H( N r m Ccr tee Her Shown rehearsing a key scene in "Sabrina Fair," which will be presented by the Temple Israel Players on Nov. 17 to 19, are Joseph Gardner, Seymour Eisenield, and Kathy Lewy. Ail staging, scenery, lighting and direction are by Temple members. Union of American Hebrew Congregation Plans Regional Conference This Weekend By Special Report •• record attendance >i( lay anil rabbinic loaders will be gathcre I •'i.week [or thr biennial confer Sou heasl Council ol Union ol American Hebrew re tions i M biie, Ala from IJ through Monda> a) the Ad ,1 Si mines hi lei, • • rence will be held joint' i ihi uthi asi District of National Fedt ration i I remple -terhoods, e Count ol the VHC Thr L'nion is the central i Ration bodj of 640 Reform h 'i n i les in the United • ites, Canada, Panama, and the •ili West Indies, with a mem:> ol over one million. Greater Miamians to particioate in the deliberations include Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, spiri'ual leader of Temple Beth Am, So, Miami, who will present the nvocatior. at a luncheon Sunday, whose theme is "Story of Our Camp," and Edward Cohen, administrative d'rector of Temple israel, who will be principal speaker at a workshop on Temple Administration en Sunday from 2 •o 4 p.m. bi Maurice II Eisendrath VHC president, will a Idress the J~) i r / L J .i ; c F irsl child, David Howard, born "I 18 to Mr and Mrs. Jay I. Goldi r. of Miami Beach, Grand i nta are Mr. an.! tin Abe iff. Born to the former Loretta Rest• baum and Lloyd Arnel. of Scarsi NY on Oct 12. a daughter, Lisa, The Kcstenbaums also have • son Ross, 3. Grandparents are 'Hi Mrs, Samuel Kestenbaum, 'f Miami conference al the banquet session on Sunday evening. Other speakers include Rabbi Erwin I. Herman, director of region ;il activities of the L'AHC; Gun%  her Lawn nee, \ VHC director ol publ'c informal ion. Mi !\ in T -• Council pr< •. Km \\ ille, Ti i n M ss .lane ns exei uti> c director of the Nati ii al I %  • < i Ten. sisterhoods ; MrDrej fus. Sr | nt of the S ithe, I I • eratioi f Ti pie Sis! minpham, Ala : ai Rabbi Hi I skirl). ill. i—ciati ti r ctor ol the National %  %  ol top i 'I he 150 dele ati nsidci su< h issw athe effi -' ol thi S i] r< me Court ... blic edui lion on thi coi the Southeast, how to m< I I he • m> ing nei eligi "i-, h miunaffilial i d j( ish fam ies I R e t o i %  PI Ii r undi %  ; idi non-Jews, rams for the youi men • n en in the temple A special luncheon meeting on Sunday will be devoted to the work cf the new region camp, the Unior-lnstitute located in Cleveland, G*. Alvin Hamburger, of Atlanta, Ga will report on the first year's activities of the camp project. Films of the year's camp sessions will be shown. On Sunday afternoon, temple representatives will attend a series of three workshops on synagogue administration and financing, pub licit v and public relation-, and youth, The Sisterhood represents lives will hold their workshops simultaneous!) on human relations and SEFTS presidents' leadership training programs ent i %  H< : %  • salem, the Division ol \mei • I f thi Hel i I'ni' • lini er at the Fontaim • hotel Satur. 5 i ; al i omn ittei "aware thai tion ol Judgi Levinthai h 'i international post honors Great • Miami equally, expecfu mity participation on Ih haopj asion." il was an5 Ii airier and M i Revitz. dinner chairmen. Temple Israel Plcyers Stage 'Sabrina Fair' Thi i • %  | Israi Players v ill maki t on the loi dra matii • i\hei pn ent %  Fair" thi ol Mi v 17. 18 ai I stage i I the VIorris 1 n Auditorium. ally as a Drama Workshop for Temple Israel ol Greater Miami members, under the professional direction of Mrs Joseph Portnoy, the Players have become a cohesive eroup which is -elf-sufficient in its own ranks, from actors to scenic designers and lighting experts. In selecting "Sabrina Fair" as its initial production, the Players chose a comedy which was a great success both on Broadway and as a motion picture. Cast members for this presentation are Kathy Lewy, Stella Auslander. Ira Mogul, Seymour Kisenti Ul. Rhea Gladwin, Joseph Gardner. Renee Hurwitz, Debi Hoffman. Kathy Wells. Jay Kaplan. Marlene Gerstein, Clifford Gordon and Arnold Scher Sue Moss and Sally v irken are the set desigi d Juli Werner i. in char %  i f building of the inWilliam Schiff, Ii thts; Elma Ettmai and Hi i i Narot, tnthony Lane, managi r i und out the backIra Mogul is in (sales Pie;id?nt cf the local division. Jack S Poplck. said that Judge Levinthal has recently returned from the university campus, and the meeting will hear an up-'othc-minute report on Israel ar.d the role that education plays in the present world crisis." er com mi',: %  are Sidnej Ansin, Rabbi M lyer Abramowitz. Mr and Mrs. I harles Charcowsky, Emil Friedlander, Harry um.:. Henry Gilix it. Ben Giller, Mrs. Rhea C, Gladwin, Mrs. Louis r, Jack D Gordon, Dr. Philip GOtlieb, Dr .1 A, Greenhouse. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Louis Hirsch, Samuel Lachman, Dr. Meyer B, MarkMrs Anna Brenner Meyers star.li> C Myers, Hon, Kenneih Oka Da\ id Pr ivus, Jack S Popick, Maurice R i itz, Jacob Rifkin, Leo Robinson, Mrs Oida C R i is R ; %  >] muel T ipiro, Mi • Stimiu I Simonh fl Hon, Hat Spai H man. Dr Ji si ph .! A'eidbert i Wi :/.. JUDCt LOUIS LIVWHAl rrocesds hr Kitchen Sistci t Jew sh i: -' P ertaki + + + %  %  %  *** %  + + + %  + + + + + %  *. + +* + %  + + + + + + • + Let's Keep AMERICA | • on the go! RE-ELECT CONGRESSMAN DANTE Democrat 4th Cong. District Beth David USY Sets Schedule Beth David L'SY will be the host this Saturday evening to a gala I | ant sj dance in Spector Hall. Dancing will be to the music • the "Bon-Bons c:: Sui day, the l SY will hold a s nth Florida sub-regional coni-iavi at remple Beth Torah from Id to i p.m On Monday, members will hoi i an executive board meet.; at B< th David On the teen-agers "ill : n akfi -t and in So> |S and 25, 'here will be .1 membership meetings in the Youth Loui Beth David. 'Gay Nineties' Due at Zamora Temple Zamora Sisterhood will have a "Gay Nineties" night at the Temple on Saturday, Nov 17 Entertainment will feature a sex tet of singing waiters. Harry Pines, joe Kwarl I'y Spector, Billy Leav itt. Joel Cohen and Sam Miller. with Mrs. Sheila Steinberg at the piano. Also to be prevented is a skit with Herman Douglas as a key stone cop. a silent film, and dancing Serving on the committee with Mrs Harriet Spector. chairman, are Mrs Ruth Sluiman. Mrs Sya Cohen and Mrs Alma I'.rooks DANTE FASCELLS PLATFORM TO KEEP AMERICA ON THE GO! if Continued efforts to combat the menace cf •ernational communism if I ed-efforts to crush regime jba and halt its ma ignai I I in the western hemisphere ic Cont nued efforts to maintain an alert II ly strong America if Continued efforts to ... potential d the re • S rida if Continued efforts to improve me econc c strength cf the United States if Continue to give personal and i ition to any problem brought to me by any constituent from my District. CONGRESSMAN DANTE FASCELL is pledged to keep America on the go! Let's re-elect a man of PROVEN ABILITY and ACHIEVEMENT for an "A-OK" AMERICA ... an America that will continue on a GO" course in the future! IF YOUR HOMIE OR PLACE OF BUSINESS NEEDS ROOF ATTENTION NOW is the time to CALL HI 5 2443 MONTGOMERY ROOFING • KKKK BSTI MATES 369 GRANELLO AVE. CORAL GABLES Rabbi Shapiro to Speak Rabbi Norman N Shapiro will bo speaker on radio station \\ GBS this Sundaj at 9 15 a m His topic ili be "What Ails Is?" PULL LEVER 2A Pd. lor by Slate Democratic Committee to He-elect Dante fascell + **** ****** ***** ****** *****-*-** *****



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I Page 12-B rJenistflcridKan Friday, November 2. 1962 Bond Sales Hit $1714,300 as Miamians Turn Out in Force to Honor Quintet Israel Bond sales in Greater Miami reached a tola! of $1,714,300 by the end of the Miami-Israel Festival of the Arts dinner Sunday tight at the Fontainebleau hotel, it was announced by Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Israel Bond Organization. The new total was attained following the initial presentations ol the Miami-Israel Cultural Awards ( ducted by l)r Henry King Stanford, president ot the Universitj i Miami. The gala fjnetion, included, in additon to the Cultural Awards teremony, a premiere showing of rew Israel art works and a fash.:- presentation featuring the -;~ied Dior-Israel collection. .... keynol (,: ;\i i v ening whe i sci : < th< Mi: mi <• mmui '>'r ?ar fcr Israel, "not only as a brave nation but for its cultural achievements." Recipients oi the Miami-Israel Cultural Awards were poet Robert Frost, cellist Leonard Rose, author Philip Wylie. scientist Joseph Wiv and architect A. Herbert Matties. In accepting his award. Frost, a parti-time resident of Miami, penned a special message for the occasion, in which he compared mod• rn Israel's heroic struggle for independence with the bravery of the Israelites of old. Wrote Frost: "As everybody must krow, I am in favor of b r ave rations, little and big. I have b?e'i a Baltour Israelite from a'oretime, and w;s recently romantically confirmed in my pelit'ci when I stood face to face with Neherriah. (he Restorer, in person by 1lu great stones in Situ {[ happened on all by myself) of the wall resto'^d thret-lhousand lHl'i CM CAN-CAN ".. x. : %  : Revui will ess -' I' Eeach the Cat I. Above • :: 1 e the Can Can D< -.cars, %  ]a. obs, Mrs. He n 1 y CooperMis. Stcn as. Below [left to right are the Bill Bailey Dcncers, Mrs. Sylvia Smith. Mrs. Stanley 3S, end Mrs. Henry Ccopeismith. Under the direction ri Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, "ter coordinator for Hac~=sah Medical Center, the t."o-.v will feature music diverted by Mrs. Murry I. Hosenthal, with choreogrcphy • y Mrs. Pat Russell. V^=r ryr EXAMINATIONS tit GLASSES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Saniox QidiiuiL U)skoMSL DADE EYE CLINIC "£IJJL COASL fit fajaAmablsL JSLSA. OFFICE HOURS: Mon. Sat. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Eves. Mon., Wed.. Fri. — 5 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. Information and Appointments CALL 885-2724 N.W. 62nd St. at LeJeune Rd. years ago in defiance of Sanbalat. His is one of the most stirring stories of the Bible, one children are not able to hear enough of. I trust you will read it again now to pleas, me, if I may be your guide in reading by way of thanking you for this honor." Nomination.for the awards were made by a committee of distinguished citizens headed by Dr. Stanford as chairman with Fried land, and J. Neville MeArthur. Miami civic and business leader, as co-chairmen. I)r Stanford pointed out thai each of the honorees has made a iistinct contribution to Israel in his Own area ol endeavor. Frost, at the age of 87. lectured at trie Hebrew University. Philip Wylie literarj work-, both in the original and in translation, are being wideI) circulated in Israel. Leonard Rose, world renowned cellist, has performed extensively with the Israeli Philharmonic. Dr. Joseph Weil, dean of the %  neering at the l ni it; ol Florida, was a consultant in the establishmenl of Israel's And A Herb rl Mathes, a leading Miami architect. v as consultanl in the construction ol Israel's three major hotels, t'/ L.-J**V Alvin Cassel and Mrs. Milton Marguhsdis Pan fcccadia and the Dan Camel. Understanding, a series oi eiqht programs tc He is consultanl architect for the ing the season by the Greater Miami chapter, civic auditorium in Haifa ish Committee, over WTHS ch. 2. cuss "See'i be oiiere^ America:-. s An overflow audience of more than 750 heard Ph'lip Wylie call upon "the reactivation of love" in the struggle for human survival in our time The dinner was preceded by a preview of a collection of new works by Israel's leading artists brought to Miami for the occasion bj Ytinka Mann, director of the Jerusalem Art Center. The Dior-Israel Festival of fashions, highlighting haute couture creationby the famed House of Dior and the leading designers of Israel, featured Miss Israel of 1962. Judith Mazor. as t,i>hion commentator. Participants in the porgram in itii •. to Dr Stanford. Friedland, .1 Neville MeArthur i nd the honorees were V'.Jack Katzmat chaii : the Israel B W 1 < Division; Mrs Emil Morn (hi it %  • a ol the I shion presi 1 : : tl i : esident ul I Max Orovil in< r; 1 Abrai K AJC Chapter Slates TV Series The American Jewish Committee, in cooperation with the Communitj Television Foundation, will present a series of eighl Human Relations programs on ch. 2. WTHS. thisea"Seeds of Understanding series title, will i< prod Mrs Milton Margulis. ex board member oi AJC Ser ho-t and moderate r will b, Al\: ami. T celebration of their tenth tassel, vice president of the anniversary of the chapter in Milive board, forrmr pro-, Jewish Family and Children vice, and natior.al board 1 f Hias First program. U I e viev N 5, at 9:30 p.m.. will feat %  film, "Brotherhood ol Man ial guesl will be th K-". J Leonard, chaplain of Wesl Chapel at the I ersit] "The pi ogt % %  • desi highlight the cot e to nei ; v %  1 Ni **. 1 I — w Academy Miss Berkovv'itz Mrs, Joseph 1 resident ol Hebrew Academy Women, has ite i Miss Sue B< rkow hi a? chairman of the Hebri Acad( mj dedication journal Miss Berkowitz is secretary of the Miami Beach Taxpayers An and a director ol the Bureau "! Jewish Education and the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center she serves u a Pink Lady in the Patients Library of ML Sinai Hospital, and was recentlj awarded a 1,700-hour Service Pin. she is also a member of the board of govern-'"dca. ors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Miss licrkowit/ rccen %  MA degrees from New York University, and was a teacher in the Ne York City school system for man) Men's Club Has Golf Tcurrtey Club 1 B< •". D held its fir-l %  The highest 1 Lubel; the Dian Oth • nni • r< %  r irvii U U >u Herbert I Mitt hell Goldman, M ,v %  Harrj Dian md \ e Kri ./ l)r Morris A Kit imai Si m uel Miller, Edward Rubin, am! 1 uel 1 Sonny 1 Schafer. Label Katz Will Speak Here for Reform Campaign Label A Katz, president of B*nai r.'rith, will I" 11 speaker at the annual kick.!: dii • r for I 1 Combim Campj 1 I American Reform Judai 1 at tl e Dui % %  I Si \ hole the to] ; .. 1 a 1< idi r The six KOI ral BJ I liami J are spoi purpi 'i is 1 rlrt ./ %  ppoi II c nat ioi • %  f Reforn Juda si I 'nion I li e Jew ish Inst m : Ri li| and the Hebrev 1 n ;n ations Robert H. N'I chairman Co 1 I 1 James \1 Alb< rl and David J Light, and Temple chairmen an Murraj Dubbin, Beth Am: Pi ul R, Goron, Beth Sholom; Arnold Wisser, Hialeah Reform: Jack 1. Levkoff, Temple Israel. William .1 Wl issal, Temple and Berl Di 1 Mm, Tempi) Sinai. Greater Miami representatives on the board of trustees of the Union ol American Hebri >\ Congregatioi 5 an San A Goldstein, David J. Light, H(iir> E Wolff and I ouis E Wolfson An added l< al in of thi even am I] hi ihtlighl the ogram I teen-agi rs al the net 1 amp (or the Si %  Rabbi Her Sholon ho si n 1 camp staff last sun n pn pan d .. Sukkah Builders Win Awards Jill 1 • %  %  Bi schoi .: modi I Sukl • %  • : 1 i :i! Festi\.. Second plat 1 Margoles, Carj drew Sandier, witl Mind; rt-cei> ing a spt cii rd 5 tO-8 year old | Awar. > wen disti Ronald Friedel, ri PI A president at cha r< 1 SI 1 \ ices. Judge. 1 -1 ; mond and Mrs. Beth R Dignified, beaut.fu! and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed levedc-.es are a source comfort Exccu/'/o Bocrd Crunch 1 N'cr 1 • moth1 '~ ol '' 1 hil %  1 mpli 1 an of the im, which is planned to out line the curriculum of I to the pare;.1. MI*W,txCl-e,:Vl irwisHcr-'in^ A-.PCOMMUN 11 WAUSOIt' '•' MO 1-7693



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Friday, November 2, 1962 *Jcnisfi tic rid linn Page 13-B SCOPE by ALAN SHECTER t does it feel like to have iour life threatened by a racial >t who has been described an "extremely dangerous by Miami police 0 Tali energetic Richard K. Ger will have to live with the threat of his assassination as as I'unald Branch is alive. I lorida State's Attorney has i --fully prosecuted Branch and won two six-year convictions the vicious threat to his his efforts. Gerstein says "no comto this Damocles gword Iging over his head. It is • asure of the man that he : • %  concerned about prinand the law than about his ,il safet) Florida law go\ possession and trans) ; expl ishes is ina I n flatly i •thi :'.' \t Slate I c pi II • thi lav W : ii!> .1.. "uting for Miami : .i i t li .:. i work ;ichair%  i i nrpi i Singi p Hist liii I'll hore livei sit) id Miami As an nl D ide's Industrial • l im mission, Singer li nl that business leaders contribute this sum for .i tiding to house the most %  I electronic computer Florida has ever seen. • i believes the computer ;reatlj to this area's fa(oi luring more industrial ment. Thus, he has voluneered to sell other businessmen on contributing to the project. Competing and Computing i i inputer systems a all, hard to come by. I lu.ii I ,i Fox foresees Renowned Cellist To Perform Here Parnas, the Americani %  innii cellist, will • i lorida debut with the > nl Miami Symphony Oron Sunday and Monday v<\ i! and 12, the orsei ond pair <>i com i i Fal lien Ses itzkj wnl form Camllle i onci i to for Cello ind and Peter llyitch Tchai Rococ i Variations Stemming from a musical fam• the 32-year-old cellist began ItudUl at the Community Music School in St. Louis, and continued his education at the •lis Institute in Philadelphia und i the tutelage of the renowned Gregor Piatigorsky. Parade his debjt in the cont world at 15, and at 23 be"io first cellist with the St. Symphony Orchestra. Parnas played ;i distin: le ai the Pablo Casals ol Music in Prades, and Puerto Rico. In an extensive Euroi i ning the Italian Radio Mel international conti st for icians f 'ag\er Membership Party in Fla ei Granada the Sisterhood in • iendship Club will membership party Saturday evenirium An orchestr i II furnish the music foi rtainment, Tribute to Moskowitz At the closing Sabbath summer services at the Sterling hotel, Emil Moskowitz was given a "tribute oi apprecaition." Moskowitz served as rabbi at the services, Mr. and Mrs. Moskowitz are now ba home in Passaic. N .1 where he ichairman ol the board Jersey Rug and Cai Thej will retu the Sterling on Dec the w inter se Ner Tamid Men To Hear Debate cluh at I'' mple Ner Tamid ;„ spoi • irii : i blw i I ank It ve al n Sunday Blood don ve .i turkej First dinner meeting <>l the Men's Club will be held on Wednesday, • Michel's restaurant on Normandj Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will act n [or a discussion on %  .Me,iu,.re' bj two phj sicians an 1 an a Evenii : will include music and ing vastly-improved learning propen sities for collegians if Singer is successful and the computer is installed at the university. Chairman of the schools Marketing Department, Fox says a number of UM courses will be revised to take advantage of the computer equipment. "There will be exciting results when students try to 'fight' the computer." predicts Fox. "While tuning their minds to beat the machines, they will absorb more learning in a shorter time because of the challenge." Two Points of View outspoken Miami Beach Councilman Melvin Richard urges \uters to reject the proposed reapportionment plan in Tuesday's .HI. "We have a right to represents,-i e, and we can • before th next gislature : cted," M et rii i on n ission Mex G %  %  • %  The iosed reappor in is not thi • con tti : I an %  it we've • irdon tells Gordon saj he studied the and feels it is in the be.-t interests ol Dade coun tj that il i ; asse I He believes n HI the plan will form a good basis for still fairer reapportionment in the future, ANSWER COMING Question of the Week: Will Dade county's builders of homes .mil apartment houses actually sell and rent to Negroes when President Kennedy issues his executive order banning racial discrimination in Federally assisted housing? Nearly a dozen Jewish and non-Jewish builders participating in the FI1A program were asked this question. [ Not one of them is willing to be i quoted on the explosive issue. | The answer will be given when the President issues the order —| probably before the end of the year Negroes are bound to test it. Youth Orchestra To be Heard Recently-organised Miami Beach Youth Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of B Warren Siguor, will .present its premiere concert on Sunday evening at Ida M. Fisher Junior High School Auditorium. Miss Carol Donn. coloratura so-; piano, will be featured soloist. Also to appear as guest artist is Miss Selaine Benaim, pianist. Signer is orchestra director of Miami Beach High School and a violinist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. The youth uroup is composed of musicians under 21 years of age Parents to Meet Academy Faculty Parents of Hebrew Academy students will meet with the Hebrew and English teachers on Thursday. Nov. 8. according t Mrs. Sheldon Dearr, PTA president. During special conferences to be held from 8 30 to 3 30, members ol the I iculty will be a projected view of the year's i dui ational pr m .md discuss the indivi res if st I. Horo\ itz, ,i--;-' %  principal ii ar ements for thi nee Rabl er S Gross, prin%  rti "the conferfollow ibution oi the first 11 port i ards, and w ill as an excellent mi dium to make %  enl i are ol their children's scholastic achievements, and ways in which parents can help the school in maintaining maximum parent-teacher cooperation." Alison Podel (left), president of the Greater Miami Federation of Temple Youth, discusses final plans for the Nov. 2 to 3 "conclavette" with members of Temple Judea of Coral Gables Youth Group. Left to right are Miss Podel; Marsha Goldberg, secretary; Eric Balber, vice president; Stuart Jasper; Lou^ Toback, president. Judea Youth Map Gathering ilar Frid %  sep Templi %  • %  • %  ; '..'.' %  Mi : Mrs %  (scar Firate, wil >1 ciati Th "Al Capoi • .• ill be delivered I i son of Dr, ai I Mrs 133] s\\ 15th st After Saturday sen i lunch, the group wil luct sem to be %  v tecut i tior.s : i social fund-rai I As ance %  ttei i. f i %  • .larsha %  • pirer, ( heryl K ••.-...••. i %  ttee S • %  %  Podell Half Century For Halperns Half century of marriage was celebrated by Mr. and Mrs Ellas Halpern last Sunday with a cock tail party in their home at 2153 No Bay dr. Festivities continued with the Halperns and their 26 guests enjoying dinner and the show at La Ronde supper club of the Fontaine bleau hotel. The Halperns were married in Cambridge, Mass.. and lived / Boston until the spring of 1951. when they moved to Miami Beach Members of Temple Emanu-KI. Halpern is treasurer of "The FortyMiners" there. He also belongs to the ZOA. B'nai B'rith. and American Society for Technion. Mrs Halpern is a member of T e m p 1 e Bmanu-EI Sisterhood. Women's Division of Technion. Ml Sinai Hospital Auxiliarv, Hadassah, %  I lev -ii Home for the Age i High spot of the 50th anniversary party was the presentation of j bronze plaque to the couple by their nave and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Thau. Friends and relatives present tneluded Mr and Mrs. Morris Hirsch, Iir and Mrs Adolfo Fastlicht, of Mexico City, Mrs. Rebecca Hilsenrad, Mrs, tille Pines, and Mr. an I Mrs. Abraham Trunks. From Dorchester, Mass., came Mr and Mrs Ben Yanofsky, an 1 localites were Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thaw. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Shaneueid, Mr and Mrs. Sidney Spiegel, .n 1 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hagler MR. AND MRS. MAS HALPERN Moadon to Honor Israel Travelers A reception given by the Hebrew uage "Moadon" on Satui %  vening al the Washington Federal Sui ings and Loai Assn 1234 Was* ii gton ave will honor members ho \ isited Israel during the sum mer. Guests of honor will be Rabbi Shimon Azuli, Dr and Mrs lsaa< L'nterman, Mrs. Nettie Goldstein, Mr and Mrs Aaron Uebman, Mr and Mrs David Freedman, and md Mrs Nathaniel Soroff. Guest speaker will be Isaia M, Adler, educator and falmudic scholar, whose topic will be "Origin Substance ol Rabbinic Ordina lion." Adler recently moved to Miami from Indianapolis AMNACH "' Open 1:45 0. HMY.THOMAS li THI UAIt fl >UNNIMT KT SNA'CHII l~ .,.._ ~i ;..-;'•' 6 45 •6-45 IT EXISTS TODAY1 *F* TODAY '... \ %  es OL TCH ESP fBESSI^^l I Open 6 45 TODAY* /QjJR % %  '^^.•Wj.i-'inJ Mi'jUMi-'. LAUGH TW/TE AT 9:So ALWAYS THE UNEXPECTED AT Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant THE COUNTRY STORE LUNCHEON 11:30-3:00 P.M. DINNER 6:00-10:00 P.M. SUNDAY MIDDAY — 6:00 P.M. (CLOSED MONDAY) RAY will : %  N D0N ROBINSON 2880 FLORIDA AVE. HI 4-3045 (1 Block O'f Grand Ave. Near P.O. IN PERSON ON STAGl The most Hilarious adult comedy in year s"—Tim e l RESERVED SEATS 3.50 2.50 1.50" '* Weekdays at 8.30 Saturday 8:00 t 10 30J it-..t •/ILKIN^UIM and JUrtN MGAR Closed Monday Sunday Mat. 230 also starring Cliff Halle M.iclred Knssel for group rJitCOUHtS. COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE HiMUt, % Ralph Marino's GALLERY PLAYHOUSE HELD OVE? "THE FIFTH SEASON" By Sylvia Regan HI 4 1463 Tickets 52 00-Studenn Si 50-Saturday S2 50 211 GIRALDA AVENUE CORAL GABLES 4 i



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Page 14-B ten Bslffk irUdlLiir Friday, November 2. 19S2 JLjctv <^yVtitzvah Robert Sandier Robert Ira. son of Mr and Mrs I scar Sandier, will become Bar Mitzvah at services conducted by Rabbi Norman N Shapiro on Saturday mornmj;. Nov. 3. in the main sanctuary of Beth David Congre gation. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior liiuh and a sport enthusiast. Following services his parents v ill host the Kiddush. • V V Stan Glickman Saturday morning services, Nov. 3. at Temple Zamora will include the Bar Mitzvah of Stan Glickman Rabbi Hershel Brooks will officiate. The celebrant is the SOD Ol Ml an.l Mrs Benjamin Glickman. lid Zamora. Cora] Gables, and grandsi n of Mr and Mrs Sam Silver slein. He is a junior a: Ponce de Leon Junior High. Sandy Blackman Sandy Blackman will be Bas Mitzvah at Temple Judea on Sat Sandy Blackman Robert Sandier Sidney Kaskey Stan Glickman f i morning, New 3, with Rabbi Mordceai 1'ooet officiating An eighth grade student at South Miami Junior High, she plays in the school concert orchestra, and participates in the athletic program. Valedictorian of her Hebrew school graduation class, the celebrant wa.a straight A student, and will continue with her Studies there Mr and Mrs. Edward Blackman. 57741 SW 84th pi.. So. Miami, will host the Oneg Shabbal on Fridaj evening and the Kiddush following the ceremony in honor of their hter. • Howard Katz Bar Mitzvah of Howard Katz will be observed during services Saturday morning, Nov. 3, conducted by Rabbi Maurice Klein at Southwest Jewish tenter. An eighth grade student at Rockway Junior High, the celebrant's outside recreations include horseback riding and bowling. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Katz will honor their son at a reception in their home, 8501 SW 33rd ter following the ceremony. Alan Leventhal On Saturday morning. Nov. 3, Alan, son of Mr and Mrs. Bernard Leventhal, will observe his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. An eighth grade honor student at Kinloch Junior High. Alan plans to continue his studies in the Temple confirmation class Grandson of Mr, and Mrs. William Richard and Mrs Ann Leventhal, the Bar Mitzvah will be honored by his parents at the Kiddush following the service-. Sidney Kaskey Rabbi Morn.A Skop will officiate at the Bar Mit/.vah of Sid ney Kaskey during services Saturday morning, Nov. 3. at Temple Beth Shiran. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at Cutler Ridge Junior High, and hihobby is carpentry Mr. and Mrs Samuel Kaskey, SW 156th st and daughters Dera and Eda-Phyllis will be hosts %  Kiddush following the ceremony. Fred Berkowiti Bar Mitzvah of Fred Berkowitz will be observed on Saturday morq\n\ 3, during services at regation Beth El, conducted bj Rabbi Solomon Schifl An eighth grade student at ponce de Leon Junior High, the celebrant Ithe -on ol Mr. and Mr-. Harold Berkowitz, 44o Castonia ave ("oral Gables Philip Berkowitz, honorary IIIipresident ot the congregation, ithe Bar Mitzvah's grandfather William Galinsky Rabbi Tiber 11 stern will officiate Bl the Bar Mitzvah of William Paul, son ol Mr. and Mrs Han*) <; Galinsky, 1470 Lincoln ter dur ing services Saturday morning, Nov. 3, at Congregation Beth Jacob William is an eighth gra !e -Mi dent at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, and is an active athlete Mr and Mrs Harry Shapiro are grandparents ol the celebrant. Harvey Bennett in. Saturday morning, Nov. 3. at the Israelite (.'enter. Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bennett. 13201 SW 83rd ave Kendall, will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. Harvey is a student at the Center's religious school, and attends Palmetto Junior High In honor of their son's Bar Mitzvah, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening. Planning a Nassau cruise aboard the SS Jerusalem'on Sunday are seated < left to right! Bernard Katz, Louis'B. Rudnick, and Jacob Rifkin. Standing (left to right' are Eph Collins. Herman Weintraub, Morris Simon, Joseph Mechlow, Josh Rechun, Gil Rappaport, and Abe Grunhut. chairman. The SS Jerusalem, with some 3C0 members of the Gr*nt=r Miami District of the Zionist Organization c: Aicu aboard, will sail from Pier 3. Abraham Grunhut. chairman of the cruise, said \Y\e Jerusalem will be used aM^A^ He has control over his own future if you give him the vetc kind of insurance from Equitable-note/ It gives him the right to obtain additional protection-every three years from 25 to 40-regardless of hi* health at that time. Without taking an additional medical examination! • Without filling out a questionnaire! And at standard rates! For details j on this remarkable new development in Living Insurance, call The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. A g >-f" r Bus. Dial FR 1-5691 RES. Dial UN 6 1875 SIDNEY S. KRAEMER SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE associated w.th W. L. PEARSON AGENCY 245 S.E. Ut STREET-SUITE 220 MIAMI 32, FLORIDA



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5day. November 2, 1962 I*** icf Mrriirlliintf "=— Page 15-B [eth Am Leaders )ff fro Confab : .lives from Temple \MI HitendinK ihe bi-annual tion of ihe National Federremple Sisterhoods and ., n ol American Hebrew a t ions, Southeast region, in Herbert M. Baumgard; pn sident, Joseph A" .Hid Mrs Altschuller; SisI president, Mrs. Byron and Mr Cherkas; Mr %  George Malin, and Mrs. s, al held m Mobile, Ala., at i \ Imiral Sennes hotel, the conis scheduled from Nov. 2 h 5. il guest at services Friday in Temple Beth Am will be Marius Ranson, formerly of i Emanuel, Ft. Lauderdale. on Sunday morning, 1" a in Milton A. Friedman will ,it a Brotherhood breakfast .eld in the Temple. His topic "Inside Pacts of Jewish it) Chairman is Edward • %  ;!i Molien. president of the •i i id, announces that plans icon completed tor the father i hild dinner to be held on 21 at the Temple. Arthur •/ ichairman, with Robert md Mike Schaeffer in charge b rtainment. Banjo Billy will the singing and entertainment •he evening. OLitn LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE a v i c s SIMON SiF.GEL • ..• %  %  H ,%  • lied oct jij Hi ,..-.*. "'in New I .i ., I %  ..,;' %  Il'! I -..il'. Sa.iii s. Mr-. I ii.. i Mir s. ... -. n Ocl ..,! I'll |" \ In Rlvi • Ide %  >l\ Isle Services M.' rial N'ov'ck I .• : I %  n MRS. ANNA HERMAN : \ %  i %  i It'dl'd BEl i: hleis, i • Jame hei ago i ; %  im %  kiwi Survivor* IWII i %  S iiuel an %  • njn • %  In and two MiKllxalii :h l .... : and rs Were In A'll .i i im. ,i II -li-l.' I'hargl %  II %  111 II BERNARD W. STERN M.i. ill avi Miami Beach, %  I II. > a in. h.-r.I:: j -a rs a v( uli tel i ,N. %  Surviving is his l H n s %  • %  %  Oct. 23 Rlvi I-I Ii Memorial Chain I, Alton SAMUEL SHATTAN :••! Illi i Miami Ben s II.. ..in,In N. v k i *|t) ,i i i.f .i i -la .IM tit %  %  fn m I i. i H .ivii in 11. lii \.. i .• i i .' %  ih.i]..:. Alton nil Ith %  ll. II. .11.-1 >. %  .!:-. .1 .1 ltllII V.u.i .Kldl Ml DAVID BENTKOVER T". of >. Milmtl .n. \l an in. h • li.-.! '. I !6 ll. .mi. Ii. i. :: • .. %  York H II. I H'HHK Sun l\ or* in wife, Muriel H Hon. Mannle; .. daughter, Mrs. Ann* 1 J.-rvIs, aiej fiair gran.l%  It 11 •' i • ii s. in wen IH'I if In Rlvcrsld. Memorial Cha|iel \. iiiian.lv Isle ALBERT JOHNSON Itlvl. i %  .. ill I'olH Saldi K, II. i-ami iir%  rti ..I I '..I'M I 'll|. .11'.., Ill \\ ll.'l •' ;.. i .i •. .1 i IMI linv II .1 had u t Kolliit 1 \* h.-;. • all .i inl II. vva* ;II.V|.|. in ..1 lam -uli. I I. '.\ a.1 \ el I I lllel onti Ron. f. HERMAN JONES <.| .iir • %  i HVI Miami died Mel 22 He i imi here l \ -.. i from Erie I 'a and was .in ai'ai iin.m lions., ownei ll. was i in. il. n| l-.:kI ...(In i S II \ Ivor* I iw il' M.I11 Ii. I \\ >. .-">ns. a In ithti-r, i brother, n Nlsti r and five grandchildren Services were in RlvMemoi i.l i 'hapel, Alton MI AARON SHAPIRO ?v ..r ii n.'i ..ii.,\, i. .i 1.1 s-\ H hen 1! yi im %  %  % %  fr n "lex %  II. i u ... i r. i ,i ,l hai dware inan' I '. %  II. W.Iil mi nib. r ..; in. Mason* and H nai Sen i\ .is Include Ills wife. I> ., .. -.ii Ml %  ii .1 %  hill IL •' 'I II-II:. %  Mrii. 11 i |f< Rothni .i brother. I wo -'. and foui Ii 'ulili .-n. Sei vlcei. ivi'i I n Riverside Memorial chapel, Normandy Isle. Bik* ADOLF GERDWAGEN I \'i: ..' .1 -' died ft. 21. i. years ago from New an I was ., rei In .1 restaurant ti i hi %  Religious Zionists Cite Merwitzer Merwitzer, of 1361 Eucfid Miami Beach philanthropist -i lenl of the Hebrew Acad ibeen named "Man of the [or 1962" by the KcliKious i America. citation honors Merwitzer contributions in the field ., ation. he presented with a al a dinner in his honor ne:l Jan. 13 at the Waldman hotel, with national leaders nf the Religious Zionists in attendance. Sol Rashin, 1200 Pennsylvania i.ve., is national representative of irganization her.-. '. Illll I.'I Itli lli > I i" lint ll|l) 11. .1 I • %  I! ,Vo;-!il Vt ar I', i ,•"! 'Ii. \1 Si.i \ i i In-.'• ll' i; l in. i 'hlll|>, 'lii Ion and I.aw i ell. %  a da UKhtel Mis II..' I',.II ,.|I I''.'' ll. • I -I ... .,,; I a. 1 A n ; %  i-i. in I .iii ;il Home MRS. BERTHA GREENWALD no s aye Mi.in .ll. .! i i. • [I -' I ...Hi.--, ill. K) Shi no ml f Ihi Icwlnl i I on %  %  the \ ivrela ral I' %  %  I-' in da I |i n, ll.,, i,, Vat Ion i|il.-i ?..i in. : H ml M H ml iio h Mizra. hi Si rvl> Inn are .. dauehter. MrMil ll. ...i membi' im.are iv •..I.;, I-.I ., ilauKhtci .ill. I s u H mi. i %  S) rx ii '-s w r il Rlverx de Hi i rd. if ih m |ud. .i lirotni\ itreatI'harRe Alion III R. 12 %  In i l shi • • .nai fi %  I \!l -. ti-. liaynuinil % %  ; "l ln Ml ii. ii I n.l. i. hlliln n '•' n Itl I r-l'l-' Mi 'i al ii i.l PHILIP ETTINGER : % %  S\V Ith AM •! ••! H II, ..... inn I mi Newark, S l and "as do IT. -ni.-iii of ..... ... l %  ss .. lllelll!.. .a lb, MM II..ii Tl n.| ,. I-I. i. 1 Si 11 a. hid. hi* '> Ifi Sal.ma a -..ii. Mutlhi • %  •• xl '"Kl-i. I"..i-' ii .HI Mi.I a iii' I..I'...n -. .. ii L-I an i. hlldi. ii and three %  i.iServices -ere 1 '. 1 !S m Blv. i -i.l. Mi "I"' i 'I l'ha|" 1 1 i-i.Ii.l HARRY WARREN \w lJ-Jii.l a) died •• I M hi : %  IT yean it" fl %  "' Ne l was H • n i. • Ptatlon o nvlvlng are his wife. Mary ROBERT LEVINE ,,f TUMI Rlli \ • %  I mi. M ,. • J2 ll.. a me here earn .'-" fi N'e ^ : k ''"'I -as HI, a |. harm. II I.-I He was a mem%  -.-. \. %  r Id •in vrins are liiwife, I l-i'iuln. r. \„ ., %  ],.., ii. i I'.anurandS. r i lee* "i re In Ne > %  k „ ltn ... %  • | 1} (lordon ... ; I DAVID KARTZMAN ... died i. i l .,.,,. hi n :> ye irs ilto rroni \i ,.. and wai i garage i own) i Surviving are 10wife, llei iha -II three ilaunhti i nine Rl .1, i. i ;.! %  II Sel \ Ii e* weri In Ro••ll A ill i:. • r Iill. ral II in eh irae. JACOB SAFIANOW ;7, of .,-:'. N K llith si died '• il.' HI., in !•• %  ^ • aiai" from % %  abeth. N -I and was a n I In 'I • f i. s .'i'i| ..ii %  He .sun Ived b> ... -,,iis Sei s Ices were in 1 i with Rlv. i : Memorial I'haiM I irgi NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NuTli-K IS HKRKIIV HIVK.N Unit %  hi undi i in .1. di Inn in • %  !%  • n • -s in.I. Hi,' :i. tltloUH na im ol I... ll,a., Hot) I. I.a l-l"i.i Apari a an.I l.a Plora Moti I al 123* I A>. nue, Mi imi Reach, l ",,• %  Ida Inn n in register sail names with Ihe Clerk ,,i Hi.Clicull Court of [>ade County, tlorlda I.A Kl.i IRA II' ITEL CORP. a Florida i 'oi p Bj Edwanl Schwarta. I'r.-iil.-nt HeHSUY A KAMI' AUOI my for l.a Flora Hoti l ii. -v.. ll :'-'.'-lC NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11623 (iHKI.IA T. BAKER, Plaintiff. > I.l). I I. iSKl'H KAK KR, I l. lell.lalll SUIT FOR DIVORCE T. i |,K< i .n ISEI'H BAKER ., Mrs. John s> Ivla 11. Poplar sii. i N'ewi Rhode Island Yon. I.la i H.SI'.III RAKER, an hi \.s notified i hal n Hill "f Complain) for Divorce haa been filed against vou, and you are required to K,.rve a cop> "i you i Answer nr Pleadlna i,. iln Hill "i Complaint on Ihi Plaintiff's an..in. >. ST< 'l.A R and MCl'HXICK J-" 71sl Street, M anil ii, .,, i, ii, p|oi Ida ami HI.ih.' original Answer ..r Pleading In Ihi nffici ..i ihe i 'I. i k .a iln ''iimi 'ourl on ..r before Ihe 3rd 'lav ,.i I >ei i mhei. i' i.ui i.. a., -,. Judgment in default ill be lak> ll ag ilnsl you f,,, I|I. i. Del d. in in.I%  •! :n Ihe Bill ol Complaint, This nol Ice Khali lie published %  %  i i each wi ek f( i foul i nsi i utlvi wi i k in THE JBAV1SH EMlRIDIAN IKINK ANI' ORHEREH al Miami Florida, ibis L'IMII day of October, \ I r.'i'.-j HEATHERMAN, Clerk. ...ii i. I 'a.l. Count}. Florida l.v .' I' COPBUAND, I |,iiu Clerk 11 2-9-16-2:1 NOTICE UNDER FICT TIOUS NAME LAW v, .TICK IS HKRKIIV II1VBN ng to ei gage In •of VI .', .Ii Mi iiShi %  and i lolden is Vvenui II I iade i % %  in'v l" : -" .... with Ihi I'll rk nf tinil: ..ii Couri I' l< i mt> %  I... | Floi Ida, '.ii" utobi IKVINi I 'A KBKRMAN I.II.I.IAN WKBERM \N K"V\l It ,\ MANNHKIMBR An • i API %  • int 1" L'.:. 1! :'-:• 16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIERKHY GIVES II ll the undi rsigiied, .1 sir ng to • ngagi In uiiler ih. flctlt %  "f BE \l Ml >NT Al' VKTMKNTS al Bian I /. I" • Miami Reach, Florida mi, ml i ,i •• lid n..inwith the Clerk il %  III '"in i of I '•' ,| i i.iiiii %  Iiirida MICHAEL COV1N MM. i IRF:I • IVIN VRi >Xi iVITZ, Sil.\i:i: & KCHER Adorn, s i, : \ |ipl|i mis 607 Kinsle> Building Miami 12, I lol i.la in I9-S6, 11 --9 11 I '11.111! (' ,all NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. (TICK IS HKREBV C.l\ \:S that Ii r* .-ii.,I di ring to • ngagi In the Ii. tltlou* name of SOl'TII ll.i'KII'N AUENCY al P.O. Box 61 -1922, Miami '.! I Itlti mis i. i. • .., ,i II urn ^ ith i hi 'li % %  ,,f ihe ('ii-, nil Court of Hade i "o intj. Florida F-RAXK IMHC,l. \> Sol) l ll'T LEGAL NOTICE \ Ol s • rk ai Su Taste of Honey' To Go on Boards \ Taste of Honey." by Shelagti I • iiiev. will open Wednesday ing, Nov. 14, ;it Studio M I'lay• '_>(iH Bird rd.. (."oral Gables. Being held over through Satnr nighl is "Look Homeward An Stage adaptation of the • %  Wolfe novel Foreman, owner-director, announced that Pied Piper house production of "Rapuncontinues weekends al Studio M Playhouse, with a special Sun atinee this weekend at the iilside Community Center, I and the occ.iiifront. Inglander to Speak Monday ii Beach Vice Mayer Malvin iir will address the North B'nai B'ritn Lodge al a reg meeting Monday evening, it %  announced by Waller It Lebo program chairman. The meetill be held at Washington Fed Savings and Loan Assn. 113'J andy dr. i,. .1 uli'. is. Mi Jean Bu'ri li ami MIM I' a -. -" %  Robert; three I -..Mi. i si-', i ami -iv m.imi.-liH.1, ,, s. %  v i. Wi -'•' m ''" Kiin.1.1 Home. IRVING M. KAUFMAN ..• .,'1 NE 67th -I .In .1 i IcI '• M. HUH hen yeam ago from BrookIvn ml a* .. whoU-Kal) gp cerj Mien II, vvai, -I'" II %  Ihe ,;.,,.,..!.,„ A.-M, 1'asl .,,.,1 r.llo ••( III. KnlChtfi of l-Mll.is „nl ., ni. i. I I Suifsi.l.' M'ls'iiSurviving are I wife, Bvi two *on. i„, irem-. and Sluarl hi* mothe Ui Keld* Kaufm in: thr.-. hrtl %  .„. ., •. n. idlng Mi Mo I..M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY '.ivi'.N thai il,. undersigned, dealrlng :•' • ngagi in business under Ihe fictltloui. name* .a i-.,v nn Bakei in.1 Savi I n Tayati • %  i: itcrj ,,i il.'," Washington Avenue. Miami r,. ... Ii Int. mlto register said name* with Ihe Clerk l the Circuit i-,, .II i ..: I lad. '' • inty. Florida j. \\ 1 : 1 : X BAKERY COMPANY KOVNHR and MANNHEIMER \ttornevs for Savern Rakerj Cnm|ian> I %  :'-;i-16-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 54238 8 IN III'. Estate of IlKHINA I'.IIKI TRAItr LEGAL NOTICE IN IN Tenth Year for Rabbi v evening services at tho THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT %  N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. i.73^38 RK IM.il. of I.l .ris I.V >NS NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  v Cn lltor* and \ IVraoi Ha* %  ,, ,.,,„,, ,„ p.man.IAtalll.-I Saal \''.'.',; r. in M.> notified and re,.,,... a %  %  an-. H ilm* and dea. %  %  Floil '" Ine file t IK "' %  ''''•-, Count> %  %  • lh"U e In li within ,i ii.. ,i ih> i i publti ui"" I .., %  Ih) -."'" x' 11 '" 'a'" 1 l\l I. KWITNBT, FJxei lltor r\i i. KV ITNEY, Attornej lid 1.111. oln Road Miami Ueiu h. PI la :>.>)-l6-23 NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW N.il'l.'l'. IS HKRBHV C.IYBN llml III,, mi.; %  ileslrln* I ruuay evenuig services at tue iimsines. % % % %  i--| .'.'"• %  ",'." li Center will mark the be %  i',7.''.'i l:l s'',.,,i, "Mia-'ni Bea of the 10th year that Rabbi int. nil Clerk <"..UIlt> i-llll I 111. I'll i %  :.. ni.i H KVN V innin Morton Malavsky has conducted • I", ices at the (enter Tr.iv k ii-ed for services at the BIJAB SOREN filer was compiled by Rabbi Vttomey for H>na Sneldn sky in 1957, five years after •"" l '"•"• assumed spiritual leadership of congregation, ,' i,,. 'am i ,.f U.,.1. tNF-,ll>NFni Ml 'NI' W 1 I %  | '; Democratic Clvb to Meet NOTICE UNDER ( 1 i IIOL'S NAME LAW in lo %  iNN %  • ''!•' I thai %  %  %  Hi, %  with • Democratic Club ol will meet mi Wednesdaj in the Terrace room of the '"'• hotel President Wally and Harry Ridge are co T[Iic ; roan of a committee which is holidaj basket, of bod* *""' toys lor the underprivileged. | NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herebs given that 'i hav< filed .' Final Re] and I'etl II, n for lilstrihution and Final In* .,> i •,. vdminl iratcn ol the ,1 KKi'.l.N'A KRE1THART. de. ...,s. .i and thai on Ihi Ird da> ol n.-.-riiil.. i. ii",'. "IH appl) '" Ihe Hoi Judge* of Hade Counts. Florida, f." .':-."" "' i ,i ,i u, ;...i i and l"i disti Ibutlon and final .ii-. harge as Co Admlnistrat. r* ,.f ihe estate of lli". above-ll ime.1 di III I "ni.'Hi 'la> "' "• I"'" r, !• RI>BF:RT BRE1TBART BERN VRH B, BRE1TBART KIMiAR I.BM IS, All.,im I lugli i F'l !• i-i' Hull Mlai i %  -. %  "•" I"la n %  i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C H184 I.I:\\\CII|> w iui:AS Plaintiff, MARO VRBT MARY FTIBAS, I •. l.nilanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE fl i Margai el Mars FYeas Irani Avenue %  :,-• i iiinge, N. a 1< • %  i v.. i Mai. ai. i Mai j FY< aa, ai %  notified thai a Bill of Comt. Divorce has been filed i.'.nn-i i.. i. ami you an equlreil lo ,.|,i of v ..ui AII • r in Pli oi ,.. ni. Bin of Complain! on ii" piaiutil T nej Mili J K Sllv> r -,, r..... ,,v i,,, Ruildli ii. Ml imi .. a i, and file Ihe ol igln.il An,,, .. %  pli ailing in ihi office ol I he ol ihi '' Couri "ii "i i" ,,„, u„, mm da} il November, 1982 If ,„i f M |i io do HO, ludgmi ni io di ,.,,ili uiii be taken again*! you I'.ill ,'f i I !"• i''il.li-ii"'l %  %  KWISH II [MINI-: \NI> i IRI IEREI i al I ( '' ii :RM I\ I-I. M 1.1 \I N %  •, i' SH.\I:I;M VN v \ .i %  : %  %  NOT CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11426 JACK WOOD. Plaintiff, vs. .a iNNIE vv. i..|i. I ,. •. nlant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO CONNIE IVOOD 319 Plni Street Green Baj. Mis, onsin Y.,ii are hereb> notified thai a Bill of Complaint f"i Divorce ha* bi • n igalnsl you, and you are required i" --• rvi %  %  |ij "i youi Answ. • ,. r Pladlng to th. Bill of • %  '•"\\'"£ on th.plaintiff's Attorney, Ml-.iAiN I MI'ltOCK. I' I Boa 188 N M ami ii. ,, h S, Flori.ia. and file the original Answer '"• Pleading in Ihe office ,,f the Clerk "f the Circuit Couri "ii ,.ibefore the 86th da> of November, IU62 if you fall '" 'I" so, judgment io defaull iiii be taken against you for the r.li.f demanded in the BUI .a 'omplalnt TinBoth .• shall !" %  published oni • each %  • Is for foui i onw cutlve weeks in THE JEWISH Kl.' IRID1AN I MINE \NI' ORDERFJD 'i Miami. Florida, this 23rd da> t ober, \ I. .. R i: l.K VTHKI'.M \N Clerk, .nil Court I lade I 'nunt). Florida ,.,. ;1 |i Rj : C r (' U'i:i. VND l leputj i'l. %  k MBIA'IN 1 Ml"IM>KF I'II Box 428 N Miami Beach • %  I AH. an.... for Plaintiff ill .' %  '.. 11 2-91 ". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi lii nes* under thi fictitious names pi Pi Lumber and Supply Comi,.ni\ pi...... k Lumber and Supply Co., ai 3111.1 l Niugla* Ri ad, M lami, Floi Ida Intend* In n gisti r a 'I nai i with srl nf thi circuit Court ..f l M.II • Counti i'li la l'l-:.\("CK l.l'.N' HER '' 'Ml'ANY ... Flu %  %  SIM' IN HAN s & RI'NOWERG x || irneys for Api llcanl %  > '" [ -> B ""* „, !,:,. H 2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10567 THE Wll.l.l IMStH'RtSH SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, \ s 1-1 \'I 1'V JONES, 'I'l "l-l-e ill Bankruptcy. Wll IJ VM E GRIFFIN and AKl'Ki.r.A GRIFFIN hie wife. DW WNE I. SYKAMi' and MAR! R NYKAMP hit Wife. VICTOR VVsll.KSKI aril IRMA VASIUBSKI I, ivlfi and HOME MM.K DUPLOl BBS FEDERAI. CREDIT I'NION ai .1 ill': CNITFll STATKS ni' AMKKI'A I '. f| Ml.,' NOTICE OF SUIT r, \\ n.l.lAM i: GRIFFIN and w.l >EI i. \ IRI l i IN his it--. RESIDENCE I NKNi IWN I iWAYNE I. NYKAMP and \i VRY E SYK WIT his wife. RESlfiRNCB I'NKNOWN if alive and if dead, the unknown h.irs. devisees, grantees, assign Honor* i redltors, trust. -.-H ,. oth.) %  lalmai 'claiming bj through, under oi agalnal an) of the above ned defendants who tl -. a.. pas. i y. i, ;,,-, hei eb> notified thai iiie nbove captloned action lias I.e. n lnsiliuted agalnsi vou in the Circuit ,i of Ih. ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit ol Florida In and for DADS Count! i" n •' l "" tgagc upon (he following described real property: Lot 13, Block '.: FIRST ADDITION' Tl' CAROL en v. a. i ordlng to the riat thereof, recorded In Plal Book .a. ..I page 19 "i the Public Record* .,f i'a.l.Count). Florida You are required to file your "K\ver t" I'laintiff s iplalnt with the Clerk "i the aforesaid Court, and ...i.. ., ... i • ii. •. %  f upon plaintiff a attorney, MARTIN FINE, lttli Floor Dade Federal Bids Miami %  '-'. Florida ni i in. :• Hi-in Novembi r 19, I92 oi a Decree Pro ('..in. sso w ill be i ntei • .1 agalnal you. I in ted '. tol'i i 16, 1962. B. li LBATHERMAN i l.ik of the 'ii. ait Court B> C P COPELAND Deputj Clerk MARTIN FINE Vttoi n. ) for I'lalntm llih Floor Dade Federal Bids Miami 12, Florida in 19-26, 11 -• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7651 THE WII.I.I AMsi'.ri;. in SAVINGS HANK. Plaintiff, \ DONALD K I 'I 'I' •' slngl. man. .imi HETTY Ll 'I I" 'l"-' %  single woman, and l.< 'lisi: i' R. >SS I '. '. Il.lallts NOTICE OF SUIT li. HETTY la •! Di HiD RESIDENCF: I'NKNOWN, and the unknown spouse of said defendant if main..I and alive, and II aaid defendant is dead the unknown heirs, devisees, grantees assignees. Ilenors, creditors, trustees or other claimants claiming by, through under oi agalnsi ,, M> ,,f ih,above name.I defendants who ai. deci ased, Vou are hei • b.\ nol II led thai the ihove captloned ... I Ion lias been In Ntituted against you In the Cln ill Conn ,,f the Eleventh Judicial CIi cull of Florida In and for Dadi I' li m foreclose a mnrl m Ihi r.'.llow ing desci ii" il real propi rt> Lot 23, Bleak 62 NORWOOD till \i -I >1T1I IN, accol ding to the Plal thereof, n i ,-i led In Plal Book %  %  %  Pag. 93 ol thi Public Records ,,f l ladi > -..i.in >. Florida, log. thei H it!, \ .n. II in Blind* You an ir an • ... |ilnini ii ,.mi.1.11111 ni -|. rk of Hiil I 'oui'. ,[.\ ii. i. of upon plain I atlol m < M VRTIN F'lNF: ''! I F'I .1. .,1 111 li \1 ,i Pro Con 11 i • \TI:I 11. 11.1.. 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Elexenth Judicial Clri-ull "f Florida In and for Dade Counf,.i,.. lose .. mortgage upon the following di si i ibed n at prop, rtj l..,t > III Block 34, of IVES B8 TATES SECTION KOl'R, according In He Plal i hei eol .. orded in Plal Bool '• of the Public R. cords i i I 'a.l. Count). K "11,la You are i • ipilr. d to fll. ^ our .in.„,., %  l| III I ith 111.,i ;!., i Court, and .. i v ., i,|i\ |ion plainl Iffs MARTP NE, l mi FIiMir, Dn le r. %  :• • Rid Miami 32 F or I ,. \i :l bl 'II' B B LEA 'I FIRMAN C|i I Court i K \1 I.Y M A N k MARTIN FINE -•£* 1 | Ith f c F'edei ,1 Bl.lg. in lS'-L'd. 11 2-9



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 2, 1962

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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T eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,e 35 Number 44
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 2. 1962
Two Sections Price Zl'
rael Condemns World Anti-Semitism at UN
IH
TOP COMMNITV LEADERS
"JA Names Friedland,
anis as Co Chairmen
/ Pivotal Campaign
1ES7IGATE FIRST
ivil Rights
een in Peril
IXG BEACH. Calif. (JTA)
lagenc.v of the Long Beach Jew
nmunity assailed this week
si d anti-Communist amend-
:. which will be on the Cali-
hia ballot in November, as pro-
y a whole array of denoun-
tiith privileged irresponsibil-
It (he ..'m time, an interfaith
the "Northern Call-
s Citizens Against Proposition
(the amendment's ballot num-
formed to fight the draft.
:\U rship of the group com-
citizens of various faiths, in-
(( several of the Jewish relig-
ht* Community Relations Com-
ite of the Jewish Common-
Federation of Long Beach at-
cked the proposed amendment
a report which was published
the Jewish Federation News
Ire The report urged Long
ch Jews to "investigate before
vote" and offered speakers
the issue to Jewish organiza-
is.
h< report noted that the pro-
Continued on Page 12-A
Samuel N. Friedland and Ernest
Janis, noted Miami civic and phil-
anthropic leaders, have accepted
the co-chairmanship of the 1963
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign, it was announced Wednesday
by Sidney Lefcourt. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
"As sponsors of the Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign, which
helps Federation and its agencies
meet the needs of 25.000 of our
friends and neighbors in the Miami
community, and mobilizes support
for the United Jewish Appeal ded-
icated to saving lives throughout
the world, we are most fortunate
to have as co-chairmen two lead-
ers who fully understand the prob-
lem at home and abroad
"I know of no men who are more
devoted and who better understand
the importance of CJA than Fried-
land and Janis." declared Lefcourt.
Speaking of the work of Fed-
Continued on Page t-A
Comay Speaks Out Against
Terrorism in Argentina,
Rising Tide of Neo Fascism
BIGOTRY ABUJID, PC. 9A; MOftf JEWS CONDEMNED. PC 11 A
SAMUll FRIEDLAND
UNITED NATIONS (JTAl Is-
rael spoke up sharply this week at .
the United Nations against anti-
Semitism and racism throughout
the world, pinpointing the recent
.outbreaks of anti-Jewish activities
of neo-Nazis and neo-Fascists in
Britain and the United States, and
sharply condemning anti-Jewish re-
ligious and cultural discriminations
in the Soviet Union.
The Israel statement, dealing
with the entire gamut of "mani-
festations of racial prejudice and
national and religious intolerance."'
was made before the General As*
sembly's 110-mcmber Social. Hu-
manitarian and Cultural Commit-
tee by Michael S. Comay, perma-
nent chairman of Israel's delega-
tion here. He did not cite any
country by name, but his reter-
ences to the lands involved in one
form of anti-Semitism or another
were unmistakable.
The Social, Humanitarian and
Continued on Page 7-A
DURING CUBA CRISIS
OtNtST JAMS
Keep Border Peace, U.S.
Requested Israel and Syria
JERUSALEM (JTA) The United States asked Israel and Syria
to do their utmost to avoid new border clashes in view oi th< Ru>so-
American crisis over Cuban arms.
Defendants in Giant Trial
Admit Killing Minsk Jews
COBLENZ (JTAl Two more
defendants, in the trial of 14 former
SS officers and men on charges of
murdering 70.000 persons in Nazi-
occupied White Russia during World
War II admitted this week they had
participated in the mass killings
Johannes Feder, a former SS of-
5. Declared 'Underdeveloped'
In Matters of Jewish Culture
SEW YORK (JTA) A lead-
i ducator asserted here
week that, whatever American
r! : culture, "we make sure
leasl on ocean away He
fl" the argument that "there
automatic transmission
I Jeu '~h culture from Israel" to
United States,
the speaker, Dr. Judah Shapiro,
petai ol the board of the Na-
Pnal Foundation for Jewish Cul-
Tr< also told the annual conven-
F of the board of directors of
National Council of Jewish
[omen that the United States was
?n underdeveloped country for
Wish culture."
I Mrs Leonard Weiner, NCJW,
?ice president, announced that
P/* organization has set up $5,-
*cholar$hip grant, to be
*"ded annually tor four year*
^r original research and writing
Jewish life The initial grant
was awarded for the current year
to Dr. Erich Rosenlhal. associate
professor of anthropology-sociol-
ogy at Queens College, for a study
on the American Jew in terms of
group cohesion.
Mrs. Charles Hymes. president.
announced that the organization
was forming a nationwide service',
corps for senior citizens, modeled1
on the Peace Corps. Under the
plan, retired people would volun-
teer to help staff undermanned
health, welfare and educational!
services in their communities on a
1 non-sectarian basis.
Mrs Hymes also announced that |
Argentine Jewish Women, respond-
ing to official Argentine Govern-1
I ment's assurances that authorities
there will stamp out anti-Semitism. I
are expressing confidence in their,
! country's future by purchasing Ar- j
Continued en Page (A
fuer and a Criminal Investigation
Department inspector in Cologne
after the war, said he had "merely
supervised" the transportation ol
Jewish men. women and children
from the Minsk Ghetto. He testi-
fied that he had seen the gassing
o: Jews in specially built vans and
that, subsequently the bodies were
thrown into a ditch for disposal.
The indictment against the 14 ex.
Nazis charges that they kille i
more than 30,000 Jews
A. Merbach, 50, charged with
murder in 24,000 cases, admitted
guilt in the killing of some 5,000
Jews whose execution he said he
had to witness. He said that, in
the spring ef 1942, he had taken
part in the execution of 1,000 Jews
and that, on another occasion,
when 10,000 persons "had to be
killed" within three days, he was
Cont:nued on Page 6-A
That message was conveyed to
ihe Israel Government of the Unit-
id States Embassy in Tal Aviv
along with continuing information
on developments in the crisis.
Syria was similarly approached
In other aspects of the problem.
American Ambassador Walworth
Harbour. U.S. Ambassador to Is-
rael, met with Prime Minister Dav-
id Ben-Gurion and Mrs. Golda Meir.
Israel- Foreign Minister, to dis-
cuss possible Middle Fast develop-
ments stemming from the Russian-
American dispute.
In Washington, Israel Ambassa-
dor Avraham Harman was one
of the diplomats summoned to
the State Department by Secre-
tary of State Dean Rusk for *n
emergency briefing on United
States moves in the Cuban quar-
antine.
The Arab press and radio, not-
ably in Damascus, sought to link
the recent U.S. decision to sell
Hawk missiles to Israel with the
st long American action against
Cuba as somehow related and prov-
ing United States "hostility" to
the Arab countries.
United Nations experts noted
Continued on Page 9-A
CAME TO MIAMI
JWB Planners
Were Prepared
For Inevitable
By Special Report
Moving swiftly to cope with
human needs arising from the im-
pact of President John F Ken-
nedy'.-, order imposing a quaran-
tine on the shipment of offensive
military materials to Cuba, the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Hoard last
week set into motion a program
that reached as far south as Mi-
ami.
JWB is the agency authorized by
the government to serve the relig-
ious, welfare and morale needs o
Jewish military personnel in the
U.S. Armed Forces and their de-
pendants, and is responsible for re-
Continued on Page 5-A
Nazi Papers Say Lindy Aided Hitler
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department published this
week captured German Foreign
Ministry documents revealing that
the Nazi Fmbassy in Washington
claimed that it maintained contacts
with Col. Charles A. Lindbergh
through a U.S. general staff clique
"which has the greatest import
ance as a counterweight against
Jews."
Friends of Col. Lindbergh, ac-
cording to the Nazi communication,
asked the German Embas-y to
have the Nazi press stop praising
Lindbergh because it undermined
his oppositon to the "intervention-
ist." policies of President Roose-
velt
On April 27, 1941, Naii Charge
d'Affaires Hans Thomsen and
Gen. Friedrich von Boettichcr re-
ported to Berlin, conveying the
request President Roosevelt had
just denounced Lindbergh's "Am-
erica First," agitation.
In a communication marked
"most urgent and top secret." the
\i.zi told the German Foreign Min-
istry and the German chief of gen-
ir;.l stalf that "Lindbergh repre-
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1962
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Inited Fund Sunday This Weekend
fill Launch $2,847,962 Campaign
... | Fund 1962 fall cam
niitn opens Sunday, when thou
1 ", volunteers througnou'
hade count) will begin soliciting
[heir neighbors in an effort to nist
Thecan I aign "ill be started with
kickolf bw on Nov 3- when an
hour-lor.i all-star salute to volun-
,,.,. a: '< presented.
Srrirr9 oyer channels *. 1 nd 10, from
1115 pn o 12:15 a.m., arm Mel
Torme, Dorothy Sarnoff, Joanit.
Hall and Gloria Do Havon.
Sund^ Nov 4. has been desig
|njl(M] ,,- I'nited Fund Sunday.
We "'t hopeful that our vol-
luftteers U t>e able to reach every
home in Dade county." said Will
|;in, Lantaff, United Fund presi-
dent
! .in. ted out that the pres-
nt Cuban crisis has put an imme-
iate strain on the services of the.
U(l Cross. Travelers Aid Society
ind I'SO, all United Fund meml r
gencies.
"These three agencies have been
isked to expand their services, and
hey need immediate support. 1
jin sure that everyone will want
i) respond in view of the situation,"
Lantaff added.
Lestor R. Barnhill, chairman
of the United Good Neighbors
Division, which covers door-to-
door solicitation and small busi-
nesses, tmphasiied the need for
a successful campaign '.The
Slogan for the 1962 fall campaign
is: "Help Them All All At
Once."
United Fund will hold its first;
report luncheon meeting on Tues-
day at the Dupont Plata hotel.
Vance Packard to be Heard in Second
Of Temple Israel's Forums on Nov. 13
VAMCE P4CKAX0
Dade Houses of Worship to Help Open
United Fund Sunday Campaign Here
churches and syn-
observe United Fund
i weekend with hun-
"(ir,.,i- ol worship devot-
part of their religious
It the community wide
ol support for the 1062
i |, fund campaign
thousands Of special
i niti Sabbath program cov-
li tins ill be distribut-
11. on Friday niht
(Jewish Saturday (Jewish and
Vdventisl I and Sun
or through chil-
is and Sundaj school
home lo their par-
William C. Lantaff, president
E.'obiiiked
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of the United Fund of Dade
County, and Jay I. Kislak, cam-
paign chairman, said this year's
United Fund Sabbath "is by far
the best in Dade history."
Chairman of Tinted Fund Sab-
bath for churches and synagogues
i. Dr Max Karl, director of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews Serving with him are
John Ward, editor of the Catholic
Voice, Catholic chairman; Luther
C Pierce, executive director of the
Greater Miami Council of Churches.
Protestant chairman: and Gerald
Schwartz, public relations counsel
[or the Town of Surfside, synagogue
chairman.
Home OwtjajeJ
Homo Operated
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TERMITES?
ROACHES? ANTS?
Safe, Positive Control With Every
Other Week Service For The Home
TRULY NOLEN -
"Tho Sign of Good Housekeeping"
COSTS LESS THAN
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Floridians Will
Vote on Tuesday
Floridians are expected to go to
the polls in record numbers for a ;
non-presidential general election
Tuesday, with voting places open
from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
All registered voters. Democrats,
Republicans and Independents, can
ballot in the general election. Only
two statewide races are on the bal-
lot. Democrat George Smathers is
opposed in his bid for reelection to
the Senate by Kmerson Rupert, and
Railroad and Public Utilities Com-
missioner Jerry W. Carter faces
GOP opposition from II. B. Foster.
Dade voters will fill two Con-
gressional seats. Incumbent
Dante Fascell faces Republican
Jay McGlon in the fourth dis-
trict, while the new third dis-
trict in the northern part of the
county pairs former United
States Sen. Claude Pepper, Dem-
ocrat, and Robert Peterson
State legislature races find Dem
1 ocrats George L. Hollahan. Earl
I'aircloth and Carey Matthews op-
posing GOP standardbearers El-
wood T. Lippincott. Charles P.
English, and Al Schrader.
School board contests match
Democrats Jim Hendrie. llelene J.
Voslob and G, Holmes Brad Jock
again Ralph T. Craigo III, Charles
P, English, and Arthur A Atkin-
son. English is on the ballot twice,
Also on the ballot will be propos-
ed amendments to Florida's con-
stitution, including a ^-apportion-
ment proposal wich would increase
House membership to 135 members
from 95, and the Senate to 4ti from
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for the second in the Town Hall
Forum Series of Temple Israel on
Tuesday evening, Nov. 15. at t'/
Temple.
With the recent publication of
"The Wastemakers," Packard is
I the only author in recent years to
have three best-sellers in a row in
' the non-fiction field. He previous
[ ly made the No. 1 spot with "The
Hidden Persuaders" and "The
' Status Seekers."
I
A social critic of the first rank,
Packard pioneered in alerting the
American public to the tech-
niques employed for "persuasion
in depth" advertising. More than
a million copies of his book,
"The Hidden Persuaders," are in
print.
For the "Status Seekers." he
traveled in 15 states and eight for-
( eign countries and brought togeth-
er the findings of more than 150
sociologists. His findings showed
' a trend toward a more rigid class
system in supposedly classless
America, which in one way or an-
olher affects the lives of every citi-
zen.
The work includes a significant
chapter on the relationship of status
and the Jew in American society.
Temple Israel's Forum Series is
ilmost a complete sell-out, but
here are still some tickets avail-
able for the remainder of the
series, which will include John
Mason Brown, noted literary critic,
and Gen. Carlos Romulo. who will
be heard in February and March.
Jewish Culture
'Underprivileged'
Continued from Page 1-A
gentine Government bonds. She
old the board meeting that the
Consejo Argentino de Mujeras Is-
raelitas, an affiliate of the Inter-
national Council of Jewish Women,
had joined with other volunteer or-
; ganizations in Argentina in the bond
; buying effort
Addressing the NCJW board.
Label A Katz. B'nai B'rith mter-
. national president, also reported
on the Argentine Jewish situation.
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Friday. November 2. \%i
during the week
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lost jomr*here over (u!),.
went down beUev.r.i -..
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LfTTIR TO THI EDITOR -

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Reader Agrees Bible
Must Maintain Spirit
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I applau.1 Leo Mindlin on
, i xcellent column on the new!
I s forthcoming translation of
. Bible.
ment on the cold, scientific,
translation, I would Indeed
for recogniied scholars. I
c< rtain that heated, adverse,
criticism will be forthcom-
iside from lln-. what has
i ned, .mil what lost, by this
. tori Has "Yiras Shomay-
for the Eternalbeen
, : Or has the Bible been
jusl another book?
-k> is quoted as say-
im| r ivemcnt" in the
ntcnre ol the Bible is
ia!i m "f the implication
v bi gan al this point,
rrol fact traditional com-
-tatcs lhal Mis world was not
, created by God. Be-
. how -iil) it is lor an) finite
lo tate when Eternitj be-
when wc consider the mean-
: Eternity, which had no be
The Bible is not < scientific
*crk, and nevr was it consider
d so. The Bible came to fill a
human need for some contact
ith the non-scientific, mystical
Eternal. The Bible, very proper
ly, is couched in poetic, dramatic
:*ngu*ge and abounds in meta-
chor and allusion, with veiled
efferences. It has a definite pur-
poseful rbjective to inspire
man; to lift him up higher than
his limited, finite existence; to
.ly his incomprehensible
cr.ging to reach out for some-
hing beyond himself, perhaps
unable, so that he can ful-
his puzzling unknown des-
- ny.
thai detracts from the
thi i letic st>'.<'. the majei
i i nr the won-
ts implications
i at harm I i the spir
Rabbi Jaffc Gets
Doctoral Degree
'/.. Jaffe, spiritual
Both El of Holly-
is recently been awarded
: Doctor of Theolog)
irl n Seminary, Col.
Ihi -:- dealt v ith "Making
Experience Meaningful In
is School" i>r Jaffe was
ned at the Hebrew Union Coil-
' Ai-h Institute of Religion in
here he received an MHI.
50 holds a Master of Arts
i from Teachers College Ol
a University,
DOCRACiNG
EVERY NIGHT
ilnal facet of human living. The
picayune, speculative, theoretical
el fort ny Dr. urlinsky et al to
"alibi" the Red Sea crossing, to
remove the traditional supernatur-
al miracle aspect, to force the story
to conform to the limits of then-
minds, constitutes a definite doe
eration. For this misguided ef
fort affirms that God is not able
to suspend, at His Will, the natural
forces thai lie Himself creau I
When will the ill advised effort-
of these sociological Jews." .-
Mr Mindlin calls mem, stop trans-
forming the 'Spirit ol God"
jusl a lot ol 'Mnd. or my immoi I
soul into an animal concept?
As a .ii who has felt that our
eternal mission has am pi) justi-
fied our continued, albeit trouble-
filled survival, I feel deeply asham-
ed thai this aberration should
come from our camp, urn the
tamp "i Ji ish The Jewish Pub-
lication Society Speculating face-
tiously. I venture to say that the
number of converts to Judaism
would have increased greatly if Dr.
Orlinsky & co. had favored an
other publisher sponsored by the
multitudinous proselytizing groups
among us.
As a final thought. I wonder
what this new transformation"
has to say about the "old" injunc-
tion in our Torah against following
false prophets and leaders? Will
this be taken to exclude those who
seek to destroy the majestic gran-
deur of the greatest inspirational
work that we humans have ever
had0
GEORGE GOLDBERG
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Chaplain Samuel Sobel, Jewish chaplain, Fifth Naval Dis-
trict. Norfolk, Va., lends a helping hand to a youngster evac-
uated by air from U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba, as a Marine in background helps another boy off the
troop-carrier. Youngsters were in the fir?t planeload oi fam-
ilies of Naval and Marine Corps personnel at the Guantan-
amo Bay base who were sent home following President Ken-
ndy's order to guarantine shipments of offensive military
eguipment to Cuba.
Medley Names Kamp as Judge
The City of Medley recently ap- convention held this past week.
pointed local Miami Beach attor- Judge Kamp was a former Mi
ncy, Henry A Kamp. as associate amj Beach candidate for the school
municipal judge beard, past commander of the
Judge Kamp was also elected to SurfsideBay Harbor Jewish War
the hoard of directors of the Flor- Veterans, and member of the
ida Municipal Judges Assn.. at a Knights of Pythias.
JWB Planners
Were Prepared
For Inevitable
Continued from Pa.-je t-A
cruiting, ecclesiastically endorsi
and serving Jewisn chaplains la -ill
branches of the military.
Miami organizational and spiri-
tual leaders met Sunday at 'he
offices of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation to hear a detail-
ed report of the program frsm
two top officials of the National
Welfare Board.
Here to brief the community
leaders were Joseph Gricnhut
Hi tor of field operations of JWB's
Armed Forces and Veterans 5 r-
vices, and Nathan Loshak. region*
..; JWB consultant for Jewish C im-
munity Centers in the South.
JWB's Commission on Je ish
( haplaincy alerted all civilian
his serving as part-time Je ish
chaplains at military installs!
ii, the Southeast to a state of r I-
in i rdt r that they woul
able to provide increased relig -
and mor.de services required by
Jewish military personnel mo
into that area.
Arrangements were complel I
for Rabbi Nathan Witkin, direct >r
of JWB's Armed Forces Service
("enter in Balboa. Canal Zone, to
mobilize Jewish community re-
sources required to meet the relig-
ious and welfare needs of Jewish
military personnel moving into the
Caribbean area on or adjacent to
such places as Puerto Rico. Virgin
Islands. Bermuda. Bahamas. Ja-
maica and Trinidad-Tobago.
Immediate direct service .as
also established for dependents of
Navy and Marine Corps personnel
evacuated from Guantanamo Bay.
Cuba, at Norfolk. Va., by Chaplain
Samuel Sobel. Jewish chaplain at
the Norfolk Naval Base, and 5y
David Zwerdling. USO-JWB V:>
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ly Abe.-.- il .>', 000 armarked for
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Nazis Admit Killing Minsk Jews
A'dVOR R08ERT K'NG HIGH
Continued from Page 1-A
in charge of their transportation.
He testified that, after each
shooting, the riflemen were sup-
plied with alcoholic drinks.
ieorge Heuser, the
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*Jeni$fi fhridHimn
Page 7-A
Israel Condemns World Anti-Semitism at UN
Conttrwed from Page 1-A
Cultural Committee began Mon-
day mc.iing to debate a reso-
lution, pending in various forms
Sl,-ce January, 1963, ori3ina!!y
adopted by the Human Rights
Commisticn's Subcommission on
Prevent ion of Discrimination and
Protec'ion of Minorities. Since
1960, the draft has gone through
various st?ies, being watered
down to *he draft en the a-?en-'i
Monday so thot the term "anti-
Cemititm does not appear. Arab
ieorese natives, backed by the
Soviet e'ec, were chiefly resio-.-
s,i,le for deletion of oecific
nientio-. of an'i-Semitism. how-
ever, the draft is still considered
a strong coio'emnution of a'l
forms c> tacism.
Mi i omay was the opening
iii,. l immittee debate
t, ;, He expressed i>
, that the ti-xt should
reference to anti-Semil
: requested n< t only that
the rex ution be adopted but also
i :., Vssembl} instruct the L'ni-
\ Secretary General to j
it Assembly in 1963 on
if any, member states
i v. ipe out anti-Semit-
is
With l naming the USSR, but
:. ctly at the Kremlin re-
' 'omay told the commit-
i | refer to what maj br< adlj
i ultura discrimination
( re mil '' groups are
thi freedom an i facilities
n their distini live Inngu
:i_.' lit ruture an 1 traditions II
i. paii oi :- i state that a
: the Jev ish peoph
: wn singled I i
in a land "Inch offi
( nizes I le identity <>l
nati and reli ou
thin H- borders includ-
Jewish group, the mem
i which are formally de
'heir d< uments >! iden
li .,- tii ing Jew ish in nationality
\- ,i religious group, i"<>. this
is d< p'". i'il of the pn
i lives i huh are still extended
to other faiths, such as the pro-
ucticn oi sacred books and art!-
'"-. training ol clerics, a:'.;l
contact between the differenl local
.ommunties within the country,
or between them and Jewish com-
uunities elsewhere
"In brief, the Jewish community
.'. thai i- iuntrj has be n tra .;. ill}
t oil irom II- i>,'.n rich r iligious
md cultural heritage as well as
rom n- Jewi h brethren in the
i st 11 the world Their helpless-
less ;s aggravated by the growing
though by i..... a is oi
v. il to find .1 i h *capi. ats for
o n. mic diffii nil ies."
Bracketip/j the situation of
Jews in the Soviet Union and
the anti-Semitic outbreaks in
Latin America, Mr. Comay told
the committee that "hardly a
week has gone by during the
current year without a report of
some act of anti-Semitic vio-
lence in some country. Bombs
have been thrown at Jewish
schools. Jewish business prem-
ises have been machinegunned.
Synagogues have been bombed
or set afire, or their windows
shattered by stones or bricks.
Gatherings have been attacked
by organiied gangs of hoodlums.
Swastikas and filthy slogans
have been smeared on bui'dings.
Jewish cemeteries have been
e'escrated ar.d tombstones up-
rored. And, during this last
summer, there were two inci-
dents cf young people abducted
and tortured with swastikas
branded into their flesh.''
Mr. Comay, who visited S uth
Vtnerica lasl summer, durii
heighl of tli<' iv-'.; n il anti
jemitism in various countries, in
hiding Argentina, Uruguay and
Guatemala, declared: ii mi{ hi !'
tempting I i dismiss most of these
incidents as the work of lunatics
or juvenile delinquents But, of
,ale, organized Nazi groups have
tecome b ilder in some countries.
Their loaders are frustrated would-
ehrers, sum unded bj youth-
the authorities of the countries
concerned. Those manifestations
aro f.ir from being only a Je ih
matter. They maj starl with m' -
ful and black-shirted storm-troop- of the Rockwells and Colin Jor- jowi8n feeling, but thi' attack
or.- who were hardly born when dans and their eounteroarts in <,,,-
the Third Reich died In their luui.i.ir^.n: hroad-ns o-i" to includo other
public raUies there are heard once '""" AmCTlca and e,8ewherc- are ?roups against whom latent prej-
again the obscene cries of the Nazi arousing the contempt of respon- udicc ca> be inflamed, and in due
era. sible public opin'on, a"d mrre course il may undermine the
... oils attention th;in h'hiTto from
I have no wish to exaggerate
the size or importance of those
groups, or the measure of their
menace. Yet we cannot ignore
thorn, or persuade ourselves that
they will wither awaj before de-
rision, Such movements feed up
on intolerance and envy; they gain
support from former Nazis who
have found refuge elsewhere, or
irom local reactionary elements;
and they seem to find funds for
public demonstrations, floods ol
anti-Semitic pamphlets, and the
legal costs ol their defense on
those occasions when they are
prosecuted."
Mr. Comay also criticized "law-
abiding and liberal" countries like
the United States and Britain.
naming such neo-Nazis as Eng-
land's Colin Jordan and America's
Georue Lincoln Rockwell on whose
behalf, he charged, "freedom of
spech is invoked to protect its verj
negation: the preaching of totali-
tarian doctrines
"In the face of this democratic
quandary," he said, "insufficient
account has been taken of the
fact that Nazism in all its man-
ifestations became recognized as
criminal after World War II, and
that mary Nazi leaders have
been found guilty of this crime
not only at the Nuremberg Trials
but under various national legal
systems since then. Freedom of
expression has certain obvious
limits; it cannot properly be ex-
ploited to propagate concepts
which the civilized world has
branded as inherently criminal."
"Lei me say in all fairness." Mr
Comay added, "thai the activities
Emanu-EI Men Eye New Year's
Members of the Temple F.manu- ed the group also studied methods
El Bi ihcrhood board of directors cooperating with the Temple
and i ttee h rmen met Wed- Emanu-EI dinner, "Inch will hon-
,,,.,, kin Hau Ul ll)ap oi Joseph M. Lipton on Sov 24
.. Sl yeai Eve con- Israel Minister of Education Ab-
ba Eban will speak a) the function,
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Friday, November 2. \%i
War
For India
By MAX LERNER
;t uas three years ago. almost to the day. that the Indian people
f. that the Chine-e had bitten a big chunk of Indian territor) out of
L. akh. Since that time there have been hundreds of notes exchanged
bet een the two governments. Parliamentary debates, Nhru and Krish-
Jenon press conferences, a summit conference in the spring of 1960
I een Nehru and Chou En-lai, hardenings and softenings of pohev
fruitless discussions between experts on the frontier maps, charges
c- countercharges.
Tor two and a half years, since the summit meeting at New Delhi.
, side has been strengthening its military position. Now the C'hi-
have struck again, in two areas, removed from each other by
e than a thousai.d miles, but much more heavily in the North East
itier area (NEFA) than in Ladakh. A number of important Indian
ists in NEFA have fallen, including Dhola and Khenzeman
Th:> is still an undeclared war on China's side but noneihele-- ..
The Chinese tactic is to attack and to accuse the Indians of ag-
. -sion Thi- 1- scarcely surprising i: :< war according to the Chin.-,
The Indians have auain been taken by surprise and again are
eked Rt thinese duplicity.

The sad fact is that, despite the three years' time the Indian De-
ft Ministry has had for preparation, and the ample warnings of what
coming, th<\ 'in! not prepare adequately. Defense Minister Krishna
on -a>- that the Indians in the Ladkh area have no roads and have
t e supplied by low-flying planes which can be shot down by rifle
thai they have not been trained for the climate, as the Chinese
.ers have: and that even the sun conspires against them, being - ted ..- to melt the snow on the Chinese slopes but not on the Indian.
Tt< slant of the sun must be counted an act of God. but surely the
: ; and the soldier training might have been taken care of.
Menon statements since the attack seem to be as confused as h:~
r :ary preparation-. At first he said in a Churchillian spirit that "it
tter to die on your feet than live on your knees." and that "for
y one of our men they kill, we will kill more." Now he says of the
ese. From the way they are going there is no limit to where they
;>"a curiously un-Churchillian confession of hopeless helpless-
Anil he adds that the Chinese will be forgiven if they stop and
ave: "Even after what the Chinese have done to us. if they mend
r ways and desire a peaceful settlement, they will not find our
P. me Minister unwanting in statesmanship."
The feet-and-knees bit is gone, and the tough pose, and what has
: <.ced it is a plea for peace at almost any price

I say this, despite the prevalent American feeling about Menon,
v rout rancor India's plight is the free world's plight, and the danger
; ;-.dian freedom is too great to allow for personal feeling.
Nehru has been pressed by the Socialists to break off relations
China, but he is doubtless waiting to see what the Russians can
1 ith their good offices His w hole China policy has been based part-
!. n trying to appease the Chinese, but mainly on wooing the Soviet
ITr.Ion and thus playing Russia against China. The Russians have given
]rc:a economic aid and promised to sell it some MIGs as well. The
r^p rt is that Nehru has had a conversation with the shrewd Russian
assador at New Delhi. Benediktov
There are several things the Indians might have done to meet the
r *ary crisis they >awing coming. They might have reached a meet-
.. A minds with Pakistan, and formvd a common defense perimeter
it: but this would run counter to Menon's conviction that Pakistan
1- ; more dangerous enemy than China. They might have taken their
< to the L'N. where they have championed Red China's cause so long
with so little gratitude. But this would have meant embarrassing
-1a and the East European Communist states, who would have had
1 e counted publicly on the issue between China and India They
.t even have trusted the U.S. ana its intentions sufficiently to take
1 heavy military aid America would giadly have given, but that iu>
U :iikable because it would outrage Russia.
Thus the un erstanding with Khrushchev was the pivot of India s
a policy, and it didn't work The very thing the Indians might
relied or. heavilythe split between China and Russiahas w ork-
igainsl ;. since Russia and China have gone so far in their
k the Russians have no prure they put on the Chinese They
< .ot threaten to withdraw economic or military aid which they are
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eration and of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, Friedland, whs is
honorary president of Federation,
said that "the need for services
sponsored by the Jewish com-
munity is equally vital at home
and abroad, and that the respsn-
sibility upon the community is in-
creasing daily.
ij one who is familiar with 'he
life-savii rk ol the the I iti'J
h Appeal and its agencies in
continuing the ma s imi
and al ol immigi
pe, N >rth Afr 1 ':
lem c intri I :
mam lri| to I- :
in which
: ,-ed as coi
traste th. modern h 11 in
Israel thai w< n ready I
them thanks
ntributi Vmen
can Jew rj
"I am e iuallj I imili ir ith the
problems ol our ov munit>
and recognize that the ra]
of population brings with 1
creased lemands
health and welfare servii -
land continued,
"I have ace.
manship for the 19
Jewish Appeal drive I
realue the growing urgencj ol
the.-e prol lems and reci gmze that
Mil} Ihri I .ration
5 needs ai
and I morrow's Miami
community."
Janis said thai 1963
Egyptian Spy
Ring Smashed
JERUSALEM JTAi Israeli
officials annoui week the
arrest of five Israeli Arabs as
Egyptian spies, and the smai
ot a well-organized espionage ring
maintaining contact with Egyptian
intelligence.
Interrogation of the five Arabs
revealed that they recently return-
ed to Israel from the Gaza Strip
When arrested, ofliciaN said, the
Arabs were carrying large amounts
of money in Israeli pounds, and a
collection of Israeli identilication
documents.
Officials said the ring held its
meetings in the Tel Aviv zone. A
member of the group recently
crossed into Gaza with a Jewish
girl friend who was arrested there
and held a- a hostag I ir the
Arab's "good conduct
most significant year for our Great-
el Miami Jewish Federation and
for the United Jewish Appeal, as
it marks the silver anniversary of
dedicated service by each of these
organizations.
These two extraordinary anni-
versaries are of most vital import-
ance to US, and I have accepted
the cc-chairmanahip with Friedland
knowing that this will not be a
i,.r reviewing a quarter een-
turj o| activity, but a time for
planning to meet vital local and in-
itional needs needs that will
,,]! itly in our own life-
time." Janis stated
Federation and its agencies
comprise our community's most
important network of health and
welfare agencies. Too frequently,
we fail to realiie the large num-
ber of cur friends and neighbors
who have been helped by Fed-
eration's agencies. We tend to
overlook the fact that these
agencies were called upon be-
cause they were able to provide
exceptional care and counseling
through staffs of the highest pro-
fessional quality."
In announcing the appointments,
Lefcourt said that the newly-se-
. chairmen "possess distin-
shed recoi ds ol 1 mmunal ler
11 : are nun.:" re I among the
lership of Miami's finest or
izations ind communal institu-
Pri di nl ot the Stan ard Club
: remple Israel,
nis is i urrentl) treasurer "f the
Gn ater Miami Jewish Federation
He irman of the
B lildi r Division ol the Combined
Ji wish Vppeal, 1- .1 member of the
Pres Council of Brandeis
L'nivei sit) a trustee and executive
committee member ol Ml Sinai
H '-pit.il. and a member of the
executive committee ol the Anti-
Defamation League ol B'nai B'rith
Chairman of the board ol Temple
Emanu-EI and honorary president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, Friendland is also a trus-
tee of Mr, Sinai Hospital, a Fellow
ot Brandeis University, and chair-
Cedars Trustees
To be Oriented
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
conduct a trustees' 0 tation pro
gram on Nov 26 to acquaint hos-
pital leader, with flMCti ||
department, it was announced b>
Sanford K I$r
tor.
"The educati 1 | trus-
tees' training will include visual
displays and photo exhibit- as
well as on-the-spot observation of
department* in act; 11 said Mrs
Claire Wise, who > coordinating
the program
Limited strictly ta trustees,
the Nov. 26 conference will pin-
point hospital policy, personnel
procedures, and plant inspection
of new equipment.
An original skit. "Trustee Talk,"
has been made available to busi-
nessmen and executives who ac-
cept positions with the board.
Cedars trustees are now engaged
in a capital fund drive to secure
contributions for completion of the
upper three floors of the six jtorj
structure, thus providing an addi-
tional 174 beds for the hospital
Total btJ capacity would then be
282.
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Committee.
"In recognition of ='istinguish((,
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land was named by the Syivan,*,,,.
Coufxil of America -C^
gogue Statesman of the Year
In 1957. ha was chosen rteipjen.
of the Florida Regional aw,rd ,
the National Conference of Chris
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Friedland and .1 11
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Friday, November 2, 1962
* Jewish fh)rMfrn
Page 9-A
Israel, Syria Urged to Keep Peace
which in effect opposed'the naval |
quarantine on Cuba while the Arabs
continued their long-standing com-
plete economic blockade of Israel.
Continued from Page 1-A i The study was compiled by Fran-
.. cis O. Wilcox, U.S Assistant Secre-
large inconsistencies in that stand, ._,, f c.. *- i.,.n,.ii n
.KM. ;., ---------j-.u.. ____;|tary of State for International Or-
ganizational Atfairs from 1956 to
1961. Mr. Wilcox analyzed the vot-'
ing pattern of non-aligned nations
at a street corner near the Em-
bassy. The police, asserting the
demonstrators were interfering j
with traffic, dispersed them after
a minor clash in which a nurrt- _
ber of the pro-Communists wtr* ,
arrested. ,
In a related development. Prim*
Won of the United States in plac-
ing Hank anti-aircraft missiles,
"these weapons that are ready for
aggression, at Israel's disposal at
) D.T. Diagnisi3. Dilemma and Testing is the theme of the a time when Israel is announcing
ion by board members of Jewish Vocalional Service ,r"' determination to complete the
Ufa* a. the Sheltered Workshop. 11 NE 52nd st. Board J*- ""ft
'.he Negev de-ert by tone, and at
on 80 important roll call votes in
I. was pointed out that the same JJ h (;enpra,
A ah sates which urged the Unit- (1| sessi()ns mc|u(|i ^
rL!h ," .7,1 SkVI and committee meetings. The con- Minister David Ben-Gunon warn-
Russia to negotiate differences have i ,
adamantly refused to practice that l'lu:!",ns *ere #*"?!*. '" .f* ed his countrymen that it was dan-
preachment in regard to Israel T S8.fed b>' 'ht' Forei8n Pollcy wrous for most of the population
Association.
In a tvnicil stati'mi-nt "Suiai ii ., < i_> ,0 be concentrated along Israel
in a i>pit siatimmt. M\dt ai- Police meanwhile threw a cor-
Arab the Damascus newspaper ,) around the American Embassy
which reflects Government views, building here in Tel Aviv when Is-
the Cuban developments as raeps tjnv Communist Party an-
nounced a march to the Embassy
to protest the United States quar-
antine against Cuba.
Some 200 protestors assemb'ed
chores in an era of nuclear-tippe I
missiles and urged dispersal I
empty areas in Israel's northern
and southern sections. The warn-
ing was contained in the Prirru
Minister's preface to the Israel
Yearbook which is due to be issued
soon.
making the presentation here are Mrs. Gerald Soltz,
6300 S 3rd St.. vi:e president of the agency; Mrs. Sam Slark,
5025 5 66th ave.; and Sidney Efronson. 5930 SW 62nd pi.
Charge Soviet Using U.S.
Leaders to Abet Bigotry
Temple Execs Plan Convention
An outstanding array of expert
a time when the United Nations talent will provide an exciting pro-
will begin debating the United Bram "' workshops anil discussions
States Johnson Plan, which is pn- at Ihe 21st annual convention of
marily designed to rehabilitate the ,ne National Assn. of Temple Ad-
Palestine Arab refugees and final- rnir.istrators in Houston, Tex Nov.
Ij liquidate the Palestine problem 5 '" 9
clearly reveals how terrible the \irs. Milton S. Malakoff, Temple ship Plan, work-hops on new
new United .States plot against the Beth Sholom; Edward Cohen, Tern- sources of income, personnel tecri-
The executive board will ort*
\ene on Monday, N >v S, ar.d early
arrivals will be the guests of tho
local executives at an informal gec-%
together that evening. j
Discussion of the NATA Fellow-
> Special Re^art
The l\ kmen's rcl national
aternal in i cultural or-
charge I We inesday that
o disl guishe I m mbers of the
lewish immunity are
ii ems i be used as
for ant liti in Sm
issij
vat at stai
u. i .eon
i-m in the Soviet Union at the
present time. Recent trials of
.lews, ihe Department t"ld us. were
ostensibly not lor religious activ-
ity but for alleged involvement in
-peculation or other criminal of-
fenses' "
The Kornienko letter quoted Prof
Herman as saying: ""In the past
month. I have read reports in
American newspapers that anti-
' ssman, tive director Semitism is supposedly growing in
! the American Council for Juda- the Soviet Union. To my mind.
Harold S. Herman, pro ilure is a large element of subjec-
j r oi aw at Harvard, are be- tivism and inaccuracy in these re-
i ii by the Soviet embassy ports 1 know they are often eon-
I ti nswer protests inspired nected with the recent trials in the
li tin arcurrTulating evidence of csSR of big speculators, thieves
S let anti-Semitism reported in aod embezzlers. However, this !.i
the pr st and in the United Nations my opinion, does not mean that any
:
thei agencies.
Nattier Chanin, general secre-
tary of -~t Workmen's Circle, said
that tru Soviet embassy had cit-
ed stall~ients made by both men
in answt- to a protest his organi-
lation hsd made against anti-Sov-
iet ant' Semitism. He said it had
M quced an Israeli named Mr.
Zahavi. "Upon inquiry," Chanin
said, "2-havi turned out to have
served as a Communist member
of the Israeli Knesset."
., tter > the Workmen's
. nil h> G lorgi M Kor-
Soi let ib issy quoted
- saying "We have talk-
it 1 iviet experts in the gov-
I out; th > see no sub
of the broad charge of
nt Jew in the Soviet
I ion The State Department
it told others, 'here is
i ent-il "I anti-Semit
policy of discrimination is bein;
pursued against the Jews. My Jew-
ish friends in the Soviet Union,
with whom I discussed this ques-
tion, confirmed this. For among
those convicted are not only Je\i
but individuals of other national-
ities.
"1 would like to draw a compari-
Arabs is."
An evaluation of the United Na-
tions voting records revealed Is-
rael's record was the most pro-
American, while the Arab -tales
-ided overwhelmingly with the
Soviet Union The Cuban crisis
dramatized the findings.
Israel's votes coincided with
the U.S. stand 48 times, and only
four times with the Russian
vote. The Israeli record, from a
viewpoint of most frequent sim-
iliarity with the American posi-
tion, surpassed even such nations
as Ireland, Sweden, Finland, Au-
stria ar.d Cyprus. Votes by the
Arab League states compared
with those of leftest Indonesia
in frequent support of the Soviet
side.
Rabbi Rottman
Is Honor Guest
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, vice
president of Mesivta Senior High
School, and spiritual leader of Beth
Israel Congregation, will be guest
of honor at the second annual
scholarship dinner of the Mesivta
pie Israel; and Ellis Robbin, Tern nique, machine accounting, anct
pie Beth F.I, Hollywood, will be congregational archives will ba
the Miami Reform administrators technical features.
in attendance. Cohen, editor of
the national magazine, and a men;
her of the national executive
will be moderator of the Problem
Clinic.
Beginning with registration Tues-
da) morning, the four-da) session
will be climaxed with Sabbath eve
-i rvices and a reception at Tern-
All business sessions will be h^'if.
.it the new Sheraton-Lincoln hotel.
i
Southwest Wife Club Affair
Southwest Jewish Center Sister-
hi od held its annual nite club)
affair on Saturday. 9 p.m., in thw
Casablanca hotel A cruise for tw<
pie Beth Israel on Friday evening, to Binvhti was given awa)
JU* 'Keep
JERRY W. CARTER
son with the position of Italians in on Sunday. Dec. 2. at Wal.lman's
the United States. The majority hotel
of the gangsters in the United chairman for tne evcnt is AU,X.
States are individuals of Italian ander Moscovits. who will be ass.sl
origin But one cannot, and to my ed by SamUel Reinhard and Louis
mind one does not, draw the con- ^]onU|(?,.n
elusion from the tact that thev are
brought to trial and severely pun- Honorary chairman. Leo Robin
[shed, that the United States pur son, will have Harry Genet as co-
sues a policy of discrimination chairman, and Louis Pollack has
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against Italians.
"It is sometimes also said that
very action of a state directed
against the Jewish religion is
manifestation of anti-Semitism.
But here it seems o me, cne m jst
always bear in mind whether
this action concerns on
ligion, particularly, th
or all other religions too. If a
state pursues the same policy in
regard to alt religions. Orthodox,
Catholic and others, one can call
if anything, but certainly not
anti-Semitism."
Chanin said that 'correspondence
with Sussman and Prof. Berman
has established that the quotations
were accurately attributed to them
been appointed chairman of the
arrangements committee.
All students attending the Mesiv-
ta, 1"21 Biarritz dr.. now in the
third year of operation, attend on
full or partial scholarships.
ly one re UlpCM COlaTSeS
e Jewish, sr
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Ulpan courses of intensive He-
brew sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education will begin on
Nov. 6 and 12. Ulpan courses in
two sections will be held at Beth
Israel Congregation, from 8 to 10
p.m.
Beginners courses will be held
In fact, the full text of Sussman'sion Monday under the direction of
statement is worse than the excerpt Meyer Samberg, education director
from it that the Soviet embassy is of Temple Ner Tamid. The inter-
circulating In line with the ex- mediate group w ill mefl on Tues
treme anti Zionist policy of the day under the direction of Herbert
American Council for Judaism Berger, assistant director of the
Sussman is trying to create the im- Bureau, and a third group is be-1
pression that the reports of Sov-: ing organized at Beth tmeth Con-
let anti-Semitism are merely Zion-, gregation
ist lies calculated to whip up sen- Registration in all groups of the
timent for Israel Ulpan sessions may be made at
Chanin said that he considered the Bureau of Jewish Education
Prof Berman's statement "deplor- building. 135 NW 3rd ave.
able not only because of its sly --------.
and evasive language, hut because
of its unwarranted slurring of mans view of criminality among
Americans of Italian descent. I Italians owes more to television
suspect he said, that Prof. Ber- than to actual crime Statistics.
Regardless of whether you vote as a
Democrat or Republican You cart
vote and keep Jerry Carter your Commissioner of Florida Railroad and
Public Utilises.
JERRY CARTER has the eipe-ie-c* as your Commissioner in doatinq with
the in*ricactcs of transpor- itton and u*i'ity rate regulations, plus hij
so'id background and knowledge of the astute handling of commission
business.
JERRY CARTER has saved Florida Residents.
nearly $200,000,000.
ON ELECTRICITY, GAS and PHONE BILLS.
JERRY CARTER'S PREVIOUS RECORD
TALLAHASSEE AREA Jcry Carter was diieclly resoooible for refunds
to 'he customers ol Sou'heas'e-n Telephone Company in North Central
and Northwest Florida o( rearly $1 million.
SOUTH FLORIDA Four |4) separate rate reductions on Florida Power
and Light Co. were ordered by the commission In I9S7 reducing
electric light rales $.725.000 annually. Another $200 000 in M). an-
other 6',4 million in I960 and another for J2 million. Total nearly >iS
million in this vast area alone.
PENSAC0LA The Commission ordered rate reductions o( $257,501
annually went into Kct January 1958. (Gull Power Co.)
JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted to $105,727 (Jacksonville
Gas Co.)
MADISON Commissioner Carter brought before the commission the
phone company serving Madison, into a public hearing on rates and in
inadequate and inefficient service. Charges were cut ONE HALF! This
action spurred other phone companies in the state to install more
modern and efficient equipment under the supervision and through
the cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commis-
sion.
All FLORIDA Reduced rates for natural gas have gone into effect all
over the state by order of the Commission. Jerry Carter's F'rst act was
to urge investigation and it resulted in the first statewide 10 percent
reduction of eichange phone charges; and abolished a 50e per month
charge for desk and hand phones.
Reflect JERRY W.
CARTER-COMMISSIONER
FLORIDA RAILROAD & PUBLIC UTILITIES Group 2
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Page 10-A
fiJenist fhridftan
Friday. November 2, 1
962
Greater Miami Zionists meet to map the 25th
cnnual Southeast region ZOA conference at
the Diplomat hotel Nov. 22 to 25. Seated first
row (left to right' are Julius Trushin. Sarah
Goodman, David Goodman. Louis Rabino-
v.itz. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Fishman, and
Sender Kaplan. Second row are Mr. and Mrs.
Ilia=s Siegelman. Joseph Mechlow, Joseph
Spar. Louis Lesselroth, Al Lefkowitz. Herman
Wilson. Philip Thau, and Joseph Alter. Third
:ow ire Ben Appel, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weintraub. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Friedman. Standing (left to
right) are Gardy Goodman. Martin Cohen. Mr.
and Mrs. Al Osheroff, Mrs. Fanny Ruddy. Mrs.
Julius Trushin. Theodore Trushin, Abe Grun-
hut, Dr. Milton Lubarr, Gil Rappaport. Harold
Shapiro, Al Sherman. Louis B. Rudnick. David
Goodwin, Mrs. Bessie Greenwald, and Mrs.
Sylvia Meyers. Theme of the conference will
be "A Quarter of a Century of Achievements
for Israel."
Giller to Chair
Dinner Honoring
Rappaport Here
on Sunday evening, Nov 25,
Greater Miami .1 -wry will loin with
delegates from the 12 istricts of
the Southeast region of th<- Zion
is) Organization of America at the
final banquet and dance of the 25th
annual regional conference here
i | ening Noi 22
The region will !onor Gil Ran-
paport. regional director, on hi<
tenth anniversary with ZOA The
kosher dinner ind darce will lake
pia e in the Grand Ballroom ol tfye
Diplomat hotel
Israel Feiden, of St. AuTJStire,
presidert of the reoion, has an-
nounced the appointment of Mi-
ami Beach civic leader Ben OVA-
er as chairman of the affair.
Ciller, who has resided in Miami
Beach since 1934, Is a long-time
Zionist. He is a senior vice presi
denl "i Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn.. founder of
the Giller and Fryd Construction
Companj. an I a pasl president of
the Florida State Apartment Assn,
Lasl year, (idler served as chair-
Report 'Ghetto Psychology' Emerging
By Special Report
NEW YORK American missiles
f r Israel and Jewish reaction to
: 'ii case were cited here as
M.f th ii Zionism has de\ el >pe I
on i American Jew s "a herd
. a ghetto psychology thai ill
- an American citizen."
Though the vast majority of
American Jews are not Zionists
they are apparently "unaware of
i! Jewish political nationalism
- done to their thinking, feeling
I conduct." declared Rabbi Mor-
S. Lazaron, of Palm Beach.
F a.
Rabbi Lazaron was [he featured
eaker at a meeting of the Coun-
<. I's New York chapter in the Hotel
Debnonico.
Dr. Lazaron observed that the
vast majority of American Jews
are not "Jewish" nationalists,
end "have no intention to leave
here and go to Israel," though
they have worked for its estab-
I'shment and supported it, out of
praiseworthy motives. But they
seem unable or unwilling, he said,
"to recognize that there is a dif-
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The Council vice president con-
tinued- "Their failure to make this
distinction not only hinds them to
the Uglj facts of Jewish political
nationalism hut they are apparent-
ly unaware of what Jewish politi-
cal nationalism has done to their
thinking, feeling and conduct."
Zionist pressures, he declared.
have been exerted against nun-
Jews as well, who have been
In.unwashed" into believing thai
"all Jews think, act and vote
alike." The idea still persists, I)r
Lazaron said, that "Jews vote as
a flock, despite denial.- by Jewish
rs and authentic surveys which
dispute it.
The rabbi note l as a recent ex-
ample, the United States decision
to sell missiles to Israel. He cit-
ed newspaper account.- charging
thai the announcement was timed
shortly before congressional and
state elections as "evidence that
Proceeds for Youth Aliyah
I. H. Goodman group of iui ..
ah held an all-gamei part
Saturday at the homi oi v. '"
Mill) r. 3167 Royal Palm ,u
t.ed- will go to the Youth
ect.
New Cuban
Youth Club
Young Judaea this week in-
pounced a new group for
Jewish hoys and gir
pup. organized fi r ii
South Beach area, will h
initial meeting on S I
o in, 3 30 p.m., al Ki i
Sj nagogue,
The group w ill be
reel on of Shalom Epell
Paul left, executive -
in charge of information
man of the annual Israel
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among L'nited Stal s lews ivas m I
I. -: on th \ Imii istration Dr
Lazaron agreed with an editorial
comment thai the move had been
led b> suspicion if mil
domesl ; ics with a di
q ii stii n ol I ireign policj He
added I he implicatl a ol this in-
i Ii nl i- unpleasantlj obvious "
The speaker referred to the Vai
lean's refusal last week to accredit
an Israeli observer at the current
Ecumenical Council. Said Dr.
Lazaron: "Israel i.- a state, a na-
i oi ,i political entity. No other
state or nation or political entity
is represented at the KcumeiiiiV
Council, which is a religious con-
vocation. On what grounds then
can the State of I-rael object?
Bui what is more Important to
American .lews is the presumption
on Israel's part that it represents
the religion ol Judaism Due- a
represent your Judaism and
mine0"
Dr. Lazaron also deplored the
"balanced ticket" custom of poli-
tical parties before the elector-
ate, offering "a Jew to appeal to
Jewish voters, a Catholic to ap-
peal to Catholic voters, a Protes-
tant to appeal to Protestant vot-
ers." This may be good poli-
tics, he contended, "but it is bad
Americanism (and) an in-
sult to Jews, Catholics and Pro-
testants."
The speaker gave the Soblen i asi
another i xample "ol the el fee
on Jew- uf / ainwashing."
He recalled hovi American Jews
and their organizations had b
barded Israel with telegrams, pel
- and telephone calls to return
Soblen to the Tailed States. Since
Israel is a ivei $n state, he p tint
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Friday. November 2, 1962
* tfnisff- ffl Pocie 11-A
Success of the 10th anniversary conference of
the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Mi-
ami is discussed by (left to right1 Dr. Sol Stein,
executive director of the National Committee
:or Labor Israel; Consul General David S.
Tesher, of Israel, principal speaker; Mrs.
Anna Brennei Meyers, chairman of the Busi-
ness and P.'ofessional Council of Histadrut
Kupat Ho!im: Jacob Rifkin, campaign cabinet
member; Rabbi Leon Kronish, conclave chair-
man; and Joseph Cohen, president of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
Miami Launches $200,000 Campaign
For New Medical Center in the Negev
tei Miami Jew ry launched a
in this wi ek to raise S200.-
i nov medical ci nter in Is-
- v i regioi foil iwing the
tuvi rsary confi rencc ol the
HiMadrul Committee held at
Si i ill< hotel.
vnna Brenner \li ycrs, n
. lei li chairman of the
i ss and Professional C
K ipal Holim-Histadrut, uill
. the drive t construct the
iv. 16-room center in Beer'
Named to the campaign
tin. week were Dr Irving
R Leoi Ki ."
Max Hechl D Iu... i \ I
larry Gordo
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Hiqhlight of the one-day con-
clave was an address by Consul
Genera! David S. Tesher, who will
leave the United States within a
few mortru to accept the post of
Israeli Ambassador to Australia
and New Zealand.
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Cuban crisis. Tesher pointed out
marked similarly between the
Cuban situation and the 1SJ.".6 Sunn
i risis Al thai time he was direc-
tor ol information for Israel s for-
ffici in Jerusalem
i i i onsul general ?aid the less-
i .: (if East-West tensions will
gri tlj help Israel, "because Be
volati ire ol the Mi Idle East
is heightened by cold >var crises."
He praised Histadrul for its "sue-
c< --ml efforts in stablishing and
maintaining the Afro-Asian Insti-
tute, v. hid he termi d "a decisive
facti succi -- in < stablish-
ncreasingly friendly and fruit.
ful relations with Ihi i
. : Asia and r\fri< a
Bui ;' ;- in il- mi ;ram,
Kui al H m, thai Histadrul plaj -
,i predominant role. Man; Ameri-
cans are vtill startled to learn thai
Histadrul si n i some 7 I percent
ol Israi I's population w,;ii i
I programs. And with
meoical c nt rs I -
- and centers being built to
service the scattered populatioi
hi Negev, Kupal Holim must op-
era:, al real defi< il
Dr. Sol Stein, executive direc-
tor of the National Committee for
Labor Israel, praised the Greater
Miami Histadrut for undertaking
the new medical center project.
:.
prisiilci
lii

Irut toi ittei en
m nted
..- comer-
chairmai
of Farbi i Zion, Pioneer
\\ on ei i i Zii ni I organiza-
tions pr ki more ac-
tive roll in th< campaign, both in
...\ ing ai woi I
LONDON \ 11/ courl in the So> iel Union has
-i ntenci d six Jew to death, and
i n prison terms to nine others,
on charges of spi i ulation in
I i ireign currency. the Mos
this
Sentent ing followed com
fir a two-Meek trial, a< cor
to the So\ iel n< u spaper Pravda
I'krainy. which had noted that
many ol the 150.000 -lews of Char-
novitz have relatives abroad. All
I ersonal property of the IS defend-
ants was ordered confiscated. The
six sentenced to die were to be
executed by shooting
The indictment charged that 55
pounds cf gold ingots, diamonds
and foreign currency were found
in possession of membsrs of the
alleged ring. One of the defend-
ants was an 31-year-old man.
Alter Eronstein. who was accus-
ed of currency dealings amount-
ing to more ihan S1OO.0OO He
was cr.e of the six sentenced to
die.
The other five were liste
Yefim Margoshes. Moishe Meyer
Zayate, Srul Ziniilevuh, Ronis and
E-'elika Mester It wi believed in
London thai the death scntei
were carried out before the Mos-
i i>v. radio announcement i
Those ntenced to varying pns-
i i: tern:- ( n Hi S rnl
Esther Wi inbi rn, Enzi '. Koifmai ,
Samuel L< anti I. Mi ndi Floi -
I oim, !! Nat el. U
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oi the 151 dant
zed.
The indictmi nt i thi le-
. | mtact i
Mosc i.' i. Kishinev,
Minsk and Bi ties v ith
large Jewish populatii i s. Chi
vitz is a city in Bukovia which
annexed by the Soviet Ukraine al-
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^Jewistftcridlar
Friday. November 2. 1962
"Spirit of Sukkoth" was the theme of the first
end second grades of the Foundation School
c: Temple Emanu-El recently, as the boys and
cirls dressed in costumes denoting symbols of
the holiday. Rear ar3 teachers, Mrs. Ruth
lerger and Mrs. Fay Feinstein, and the Tern-
pie's education director, Morris Tarasow, who
erected the special program in the Sukkah.
Children who took part in the festivities in-
clude Susan Alterman. Debra Anderson, Jay
Feinstein. Joanne Goldring, Eric Katz, Robin
Koplin. Henry Mechulan, Andrew Schultz.'Jay
Adler, Cynthia Alterman, Jcv Anderson. Ira
Buchwald, Shiia Goldring, Lori Hanff, Sara
Ann Rubinstein, Jonny Schecter, and Robi Lou
Schwartz.
Rabbis Approve Basic Standards For Bar Mitzvah
Kabbis and educational directors
OJ the North Dade area endorsed
the Bar Mitzvah standards recom-
mended by the Rabbinical Assn. of
Greater Miami and the Bureau of
Jewish Education in a joint meet-
ing held here recently.
The requirements call for Sab-
bath morning Bar Mitzvah at all,
Jewish congregations to be limited
,i those Jewish students who have
had a minimum of three years of
satisfactory attendance at a daily '
Hebrew school of recognized stand-
ing, with four hours or more of
weekly instruction or its equiva-
lent
Standards also call for Bar
Mitzvah candidates to pass a test
before beginning preparation for
his Bar Mitivah training. The
test will include a minimum area
of Jewish knowledge in the under-
standing of the Hebrew language;
ability to read Hebrew prayers
and understanding of basic cus-
toms and ceremonies of Jewish
life; an understanding of the
early chapters of Genesis; and
some knowledge of major events
and personalities of Jewish his-
tory and of the contemporary
Jewish world.
The test for the Bar Mitzvah can-
didate has been drawn up by a
joint committee of the Bureau and
the Rabbinical Assn.. and is to be
administered to the Bar Mitzvah
Beth Jacob Will Erect Memorial
"innual meting ol B;;h Jacob
legation this weeli .......| the
-, endal bi Tihor II
of Beth Jac-
, pon tl ei tire wesl
: syna mi morial
- Jewish
i rtj.'- ol Nazi tyrai
W< :ii -' wall
I
le in Jeru-
salem, ii Jewish history
I .
"Presently, the Jewish people
I, .. .'. iling Wall
becausi t is in the old city under
Jordanian Government control.
which has failed to honor it* part
i: ;it : i armistice agree-
Civil Rights Seen
In New Danger
Continued from Page 1-A
t cd amendment was meant to pre-
vent Communists and other sub-
versives from taking advantag" of
' privileges and protections guar-
i teed by the Constitution.
However, the committee added.
' | reposition 24 proposes to do this
I;. violating the basic controlling
concept of American justicetrial
t. jury and innocent until proven
tj "
ment." Rabbi Stern explained.
Several artists, in conjunction
with Rabbi stern, are currently
prei ai ii thi di sign of the mem-
h will symbolically "V
pict the concentration camps, quo-
: thi Si ri| i -. and
. | i ffects.

su< h wi
thi -: sat' ifice i f our on In-
ren." Rabbi Stern di i Ian d
\l rris B Frank, president ol
Beth Jacob, '.a- pledged full sup-
port ol the congregi lion ai
nounced thai the memorial will be
. pen to the entire community.
can lidate by the rabbi or education
director of his congregation or a
member of the professional staff
of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
The North Dade rabbis and edu-
cators also outlined plans for a
community-wide mass rally for
Jewish Book Month and a joint
adult education series for the North
Dade area.
Those attending included Rabbis
Max Lipshitz. Jonah E. Caplan, Sim-
on April. Harold Richter. Samuel
L Machtei and Sherwin Stauber.
Educators included Abraham J.
Gittelson. of Beth Torah; Bruce
Richman. of Temple Beth Sholem,
Hollywood; Irving Rottman. of
Temple B'nai Sholom; and Louis
Schwartzman and Herbert Bcrger.
of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
The recommended Standards for
liar Mitzvah have been in effect
since Sept. 1, 1950 and are now be-
ing reviewed by a special joint com-
mittee of the Bureau an.1, the Rab-
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% I
Nation;.! Jewish Rook Month will
be observed from Nov. 16 to Dec.
i 16 Locally, the celebration is spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
The Bur. an will offer a three-
fold service to the community dur-
ing Jewish Book Month: a special
reviewing service to Jewish or-
ganizations, two community-wide
meetings on Jewish books, and ex-
hibits ol Jewish books in libraries
and book -'ores
The Bureau is publishing a se-
lected list ol Jewish books for the
v, .....6< from which organisations
may make their -elections. The
_ book review committee
has been organized to meet with
the reqm -
Mi \\ > B Frumkes, David Ros.
Mr? Alfred Stone, Abra-
i n. I Don Michclson,
Hi k Kalusin II. rzl Honor. Mrs.
Hell Judpe Fred Barad.
Mrs David Muskal Mrs, Arthur
F'ekelner. Mrs Tobias Sifon, Mrs
Edith J Mrs A n d r e w
Bialolenki
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Rabbi
-. muel April. Mrs Henry Wernick.
Mrs Morns Skop. Rabbi Sherwin
Stauber, Rabbi Harold Richter,
Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Meyer Sam
berg, Louis Lasavin, Mrs Eleanor
Lipton. AI Sherman. Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink, Herbert Berger, and
Louis Schwartzman.
On Monday, Dec. 3. a public
meeting has been scheduled for the
Oceanfront Auditorium at 8 p.m.,
where the theme will be "Jewish
Books of the Shtetl The program
will also include a film, "A Ghetto
Pillow."" and an exhibit of art de-
picting the shtetl of Eastern Eu-
rope.
To close Jewish Book Month, a
public meeting will be held on Sun-
day. Dec. 16. in the North Dade
area, and will be co-sponsored b\
Jewish coi gregations tl
The Bureau has made ivailabli
to all libr: lies and book ston ,
special exhibit of Jewish books in.
eluding attractive poster- i .
of the Jewish Book Council >i
America, national sponsor ol
iah Book Month, is i
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vyn Frumkes. Rabbi Mori
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*Jenisl> Fk>rkJSan
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-1.' 'i.NMMiiuuaMMHur in -i .irnim.i.,.
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
R. Chanina. the ton of Dosa.
He in whom the fear of sin
before wisdom, his wisdom I
ci.lure, bt he is whom wis- ;
i comes before the fear of sin.
wisdom will not endure.
*
He used to say He whose deeds
h(J Wisdom, his wisdom
endure; but he whose U'udum
:. deeds Ku wisdom u'lll
jure.
* *
athan Mta. Wno*o fulfills
; ah in the mtol >J poverty,
the end fulfill it m the
:, ealth; j-.J whoso ntf
Torah in the midst of
all i>i the eij neglect it
n of r "
*
to w\ Fudge il alone,
..;-. ". : ; llone idi e
iudicidl
Al. I '.ew. for
is then "i.;.' /
t for thee >tn/>< I


I
'\ fi\ji\-n v. / I.tkc~
It Y
i-'.iel Accepts Chicago Plan
II SALEM JTA) A pro-
ya Chicago burial com
i stablish .i cemetery for
"i Jews in Israel has been
j ythe Minitser for Re-
lig Iffairs, though he opposes
i hi principle, a spokesman
Ministry said this week.
spokesman commented on
i ports that Minister Zerach
' iftig had granted a license to
ago Shalom Memorial I\/k
for that purpose. The
said that represents-
the Chicago firm had been
-nice the company had
d the necessary permit two
before Dr. Warhaftig
"I Minister, he considered
eel a- a fait accompli."
Health Payments for Mohalim
VGO i JTA) The Chi-
ir.uaI Council disclosed
I'ek that it was negotiating
Bl le Cross and Blue Shield
and medical plans to pro-
> merits fur ritual circum
hen performed by a lie-
i approved by hospi-
ations were undertak-
' i suggestion of Rabbi Alvtn
i man He asserted thai
i hicago were seeking to
rents ol Jewish bo) s to
cisions performed bj
ither than b) a mohel, "as
measure," since mo
re not rec ignized by Blue
and Blue Shiel I I ir bene
I Ills.
Religious Spirit for Peace
HP (JTA) A New
bl i told a gathering of 1,800
priests and la) leaders
bis week that if the world
ared from catastrophe de-
from the current Russo-
n crisis over Cuba, there
prospect of one of the most
and potentially enriching
al eras since the emergence
m and Christianity as
religious traditions."
: ri diction was made by Rab-
in H Tanenbaum, director
religious Affairs of the
Jewish Committee, in
' Iress to the Quinquennial Con-
ine Third Order of St.
He told the Catholics that
igiously committed people
welcome the current Ecu-
il Council in Rome, as many
and Jews have done,
manifestation of the Divine
work in the world."
Or* \7Ae iQealm Of\Jliiamis Religious JZift
The Jew Has Never tost
Sight of the Soul of Man
By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Tempi* Beth Sholom
There are some things which must
be said about faith. There is no
such thng as an abstract faith.
There is no such thing as "religion"
a vacuum. Each faith has its
own coloration and conviction, its
own passion and past, its own folk-
lore and future
There is no doubt that the world
needs faith, but this a meaning-
less term Each individual needs
to develop his own particular brand
of faith Each Jew need- the Jew-
ish faith
We gel confu>ed because people
talk of faith anil Cod. and think a
mere utterance of these terms does
represent, somehow, the essence of
faith If we say "Under Go I." in
the pledges of allegiance, some-
how w e are bein m ri i eli |ious
If we sneak a prayer into a school
ve think we are doing something
spiritual I: -,i>. I believe
ni Go are being pious
Neither God, nor religii n, nor faith exists in the abstract. For Jews,
God exisl sensed and is experienced hen m the symbolic sur-
roundings ol the sanctuary, Faith cannol be coerced, or legislated, or
imposed "You thought, once, Ihe) could leach prayer b) torture, and
they bunie,I and bound and beat their victims until this deity or that
u.is acknowledged and exalted, a< to Paul Kresh, writing in
"American Ju laism," September, 1962
Now they hate the courl that upholds the private and sacred nature
nf prayer. Conviction cannot be coerced Nor can religion be reduced
to a "common core" of the meat religious faiths of the western world,
and this common core to be injected as a daily dose lor the children in
our public schools. There is no such thing as a "non-denominational"
Ten Commandments or a "non-sectarian" grace in the public school
lunch room
All these nun sectarian, non-demoninational" common core ap-
proaches sap the vitality of real religion. Judaism or any other religious
tpui u.wo s)i gunsMSOd qoea suouipiui amaeds ui poipoquia si qjiej
viduality, without which its devotees find their religion unrecognizable
and watered down to the point of no meaning. Each religion has its
own particular personality and passion.
The fact that the Bible is the source of democracy does not make
democracy the substitute for the Bible Nor can democracy support any
or all religious faiths. All that our democratic society is expected to
do. and this it has done, and is continuing to do. is create a climate
favorable for each faith to flourish, nor more, no less. If we Jews are
to make our contribution toward the total fund of faith for this wor-
rying world, we will use our own unique attitude. While the Jew has
always sought to save his own soul, he has never lost sight of the
soul of mankind. But he can be of no use to humanity if he does not
exist as a Jew
Sir
v i c e a
J hi a Ci/e e h e n a
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^OUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carl/1* av. itiniNUUnin ""......""'"'"'
Orthodox. Raboi itaac Ever.
Friday .V.l'i p.m. Baturda) :'" a.m.
Sermon: "The Tower of Babel liullt '
b> Socialism and Communism." Min-
cha 5:15 p.m. Shalos Seudoth h"M
Sam Klein, vi, president of the
s> nagog -
GEMS OF WISDOM
RABBI HON KRONISH
... no substitute
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Temple Beth Sholom marked its
twentieth anniversary year, when
the doors of its magnificent sanc-
tuary opened for lh-h Holy Day
services on Sept 28 under the spir
itual leadership of Rabbi I.eon
Kronish, assisted b) Cantor David
Conviser and the choir
In 1942, in the midst of war.
Temple Beth Sholom was organiz-
ed by B group of men and women
a| 761 4'.-t si
In 1945, it purchased the old
Chase Avenue hotel and turned it
into a Temple, where the COD
gation grew and worshipped for ten
years, and conducted its religious
school for 15 years.
Under the leadership of Rabbi
Kronish, who came to accept the
pulpit from New York in i:44. Beth
Sholom has grown from a mere
handful to a citadel oi Liberal Juda-
ism, serving the spiritual needs
ol it- B50 member families.
Temple Beth Sholom belongs to
'the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, and its leadership
has served on the national execu-
tive board, and is active in the
South Florida Federation of the
l AHC.
Services are held throughout
the year every Frida) evening at
8:15, and every Sabbath morning
at 10:43 and, of course, an the
High Hoi) Days and on all major
i stivals
The new, I ill) sir con litioned re
This d in
..::,'! With the S;
I !i g(< M .."
. \
II MAX A I II'-' inrz
(loordinal
bui
: -.
Gem I W ..
ligious school is one of the most
important units ol the Temple or-
ganization.
One of the largest Anglo-Jewish
;;] i aries in this area with more
than 2,500 volume- ol Judaica and
Hebraica, is open not only to the
members, bul t<> the general com-
munity as well.
The Temple's policy is promul-
gated and guided by it- officers
and board of directors James M
Albert is president Of the ion.re
gation,
The strong arms of the Temple,
through which many ol its pro
grams are carried out, consists of
the Sisterhood, the Brotherhood
and the PTA Sisterhood president
is Mrs Louis Snetman. Dr, Harry
i: walk is president of Brother
hood, and heading the PTA is Mrs.
Irving Kushman
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p., not threw Either
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
Frtda> s i r p.m Consecratl in ser-
vice**. Katurda} a.m. Bar Mltsvah:
Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Oscai
S'andlei
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BETH EL. 500 Sw urn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I Ida) l", |> in Saturday v '"
-. n \ pting Rei ponslbllll
f..ii MIuvhIi r*r*d, -n "i Mr and
Harol i kow Its
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd av-
Conservative Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hynon Fein.
-. n T M
!.>
1:1."

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
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BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Vai.nce Maniches
i i,la\ i |, m Satin d iy
.'. ,n of Sill
, Mltxva W
Mi Hurry !. <>alli

BETH KODE5H 1101 SW ITth .ivr
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
KTtdav I". | v
- ha\ V Sal .. I
a ni >, ii n Fl.....1 r

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

BETH TORAH. lu-ttn st. ,id NE 11th
ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
I -i idai and '." p m Saturdaj
. i ., n n.o Mltxxah: Stev< n, son
..: Mr and Mrs .1 1~ ,.t Mr and Mrs Leall* Fairmont

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richtir.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Frldaj 15 i> in Sermon: "Knowledge
,,: iii. I.,.i .1 Students of the He-
brew m-hool will lie consecrated Sat-
urdav R '." a in Sermon "Portion "i
the Week." Bar Mltsvah: Stanley,
-,,n of Mr and Mrs Harrj Wexler

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
teld. Cantor George Goldberg.
FrMa) "> S'l pm Saturda) s 30 a m
Mill, ha !" p "I
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
I-1 Idas y '" P "' Sal irdaj I a.m
Rai Mllzvah Harvey, son of Mr and
Mrs ruis llennett.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
i ig i p.m Saturdnj B a m.
Sermon "The Flood In our T

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
|'l |.|.,\ ;. in I ideal -i"-.ik,: I II
,l,,hn II.ill Jones, |i.vi hoi lst, I
! i nhv > In hi Hi i
- rinr Mltzwil Hos
, ; Mi and Mis Philip Kat*
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TEMPLE SOUTH VESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd -t Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
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TEMPLE SETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgird. Canto- Charles
Kodner.

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
laj 15 p in St-i mon ipi
\ Sal
urdu> il n

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hail, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a r. i f Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
p p.m Si riii"ii
\, ., Itllil, liar Ml :/v .iii Sldi'ej
\: md Mi Samuel Kaski >
- m. Sermon: "I nds
1I...11! iii, "ri ii

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor.

TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 41-14 Chas
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser.
Ki i.i.i, r. ; m Dm -i apt aker t>r
li hranklin Williams, vice president
1 ,iii,i nf communit> affali al
.,f Miami whose lopli
ill bi Poi Five V<
daj l" !'
a in

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler
- li
He learning but not
i frur o< Heaven has thir inside, but I
nut -i '- \s to the trea*-
urj H.- cannot enter.
- I MAU'li -^BB.^TM

There u i iifl '< oetu ten
fear 'emg afrai I >'
Hiwi '' saw i:

Fear not,'
... truly Cod
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 13" NE 19th st.
Reform. Ranbi Joseph R. Nj-ot
Cantor Jacob Borns'ein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo av'.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecu
Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown
K, Ida % i' m Ti npli I lea I
. ,.,. |,,n of Ti mple Touth will offer
eative Sabbat I Si vice Ith ?
apecl il i meg Sha s> am for
fJr< ater Mian I Fedi ra lion I Ti mpia
V,.mil to f"ll" Saturda> 10 SO a rn.
Baa Mltsvah Sandy, dauKhter of Mr.
in,l Mr- Edwai il H ai kman

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frida; IS P m Sal irdaj 9 i m.
Sermon "The Portion of th. Law
Rai Mltsi ih Joseph, son of Hi*
Adolph Kit-in

TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can.
tor Saul H. Breeh.
Prlda) IS i'in Sermon: "What
.1 idaism i".in l For Me Children
,il the religious school who celebrated
,i.o in i. mbi r and Xo> mtr
win be i.i.--. i Saturdaj C| W
Rai Mill rah J N'oi n an, son of Mrs.
Pauline Koplin

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabol
Daniel M. Lowy.
Friday <:IS p.n \ .-.-.
ni.ii : Jew i-ii 'hapl iln

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Vi<~t
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wermck. Cantor Albert Glantj
I-- ,i., \ In p in Si T
er of thi Shal c
i Sist Sa t urda I a
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB Ml
Fnmingo Way Conservative. RaDol
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor JacW
Lerner.

TEMPLE ZAVORA. 44 Zamors a .
Rabbi Herscnei Brooks Cantor
Ben Zvi
... ,. [ a, ,. .
V .'-
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In Ul Mel
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 1'th st.
Conservative Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man. Cantor Seymour HinkeS.
Frldi j N *
shnbhat hoi ts
Mi and m Max T tube In honosj
i-eddil
s iui Mltsva Al-
n of Mi I Mi Ben
. thai

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Oix>
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheidan
Stemmetz Cantor Maurice Neu.
s ,1 .1 .
I -,,,- \' VI Ml I
Mr- i'avl I-i
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 17' at.
Orthodox Raabi Sherwin Stauber
i x Saturda;
Sermon Shi i if F

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Pcge U-A
l*.**i*Hnk iriiil" "
Friday, November 2, 1962
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Memories of How Uganda Might Have Been a Jewish State
.......... ii.ii rvmorpss a votim? Jew. a "Zion Zioni-t irt^A
United Nations
UGANDA, UNTIL very recently
a British Protectorate in East
I Africa, is now a sovereign state. It
[has just become the 110th member
I of the United Nations. And as
Idiplomats virtually fell over one
another in their hurry to curry in-
__I creasing favor with the African
bloc. East outsnouting West, Europeans and Ameri-
cans vying with Russians. Czechs and Outer Mon-
golians to prove they love Uganda to the utmost-
one thought came to the mind of one observer: "It
might have been a Jewish state."
Uganda has an area of 93,981 square milesal-
most 12 times the area of Israel. The latest figures
show it has a population of 5.262.000 including only
3.500 Europeans On one side. Uganda is flanked
bv Kenvaan African area which most of us remem-
ber as the British Colony and Protectorate where
the Mau Mau staged serious revolts some years ago.
Both Uganda and Kenya figure in the memories
evoked by the admission of this latest member to the
UN club.'
The names of some of the greatest leadersand
thunderers of fiery oratorycome to mind as one
recalls I'ganda: Theodor Herzl himself and his loyal
friend. Max Nordau. Menachen Mendel Ussishkin,
the pepperv Israel Zangwill, and a young man who
was later to rim to very meat heights. Chaim Weiz-
mann.
The Sixth World Congress of the Zionist Organi-
zation was in session at Basle, when Herzl threw
his bombshell. To the assembled Zionists, he pre-
sented a letter from Sir Clement Hill, permanent
head of the British Foreign Office, offering to the
Jewish people an area in East Africa where the Jews
could establish a colony or settlement which would
gain autonomy in five years.
Ussishkin, leader of the sizeable delegation from
Russia, was horrifiedand said so in no uncertain
terms. Zangwill jumped to Herri's defensethe
Britisher had known all about the preceding negotia-
tions between Herzl and the British Government con
cerning "the Uganda project" (il was a misnom-
Capifof Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
er actually the territory lay in neighboring Ken} a
Nordau. ever faithful to his friend Herzl. was tor tne
idea-historians say he supported the "Iganda pro
jeet" against his own better judgment.
If Nordau's heart was not wholly in the matter
his eloquence was. He coined an unforgettable
phrase. While we Jews wait for Palestine, he told
the Congress, while we walk the long, hard road we
need shelter for the night. That, he said, would be
Usanda-the Jews stepping stone to ultimate state-
hood in Palestine-the "Nachtasyl." Shortly after

On the Election Front
Washii
FOUR JEWS may serve simull
lj in the Unit) : ''"'
the first time in historyil thej are lav-
he polls on So\ 6
The most inti
llh
,!,,,. \ i ho has -< r\ ed
e House since 1948 H | '< i
- m ide resp i' among his col ie.
President Kennedy will campaigi ally in 111
[or Rep N ates Bi t he neverthele n uphill i
i e veteran Senate Minor it > I Si Everett
v! Dirksen Supporters ol Sen Dirksen have used ra<
als which the Senator has so far failed to repudiate
Rep i rt< .- .. brilliant and appealii i ator, iden-
tified with progressive causes His opponent is a spokes-
man of Republican conservatism
In Connecticut, another New Frontier candidate, Abra-
ham Ribicoff. is running against Horace Seely-Brown, Jr.,
i popular Republican. Mr Ribicofl is given the edge. He
is widely known as a former Governor of the state. He
also served in Washington as a Congressman and, more
recently, as the Kennedy-appointed Secretary of Health.
Education, and Welfare.
The President visited Connecticut on behalf of Ribi-
coff. The White House sees the election of Ribicofl and
Yates as vital to success next session for the Medicare
program and other moves for human progress
Sen. Ernest Gruening. another Democrat of Jewish
background, is seeking reelection In Alaska against Ted
Stevens Sen Gruening has been attacked by anti-Semites
as the "Yid of the Yukon."
He is still such a sincere New Dealer that he actually
fought the New Frontier on such measures as the com-
munications satellite bill which, be felt, involved undue
concessions to big business A liberal who promoted
Alaskan statehood. Sen. Gruening is also an authority on
Latin America. In 1933. he was designated by Franklin
I). Roosevelt to represent the United States at the Rio
Conference and there formulated the "Good Neighbor Pol
icy ."
Set! Jacob K Javits. running for reelection in New
York State, is the only Senate candidate of Jewish faith
on the Republican ticket anywhere. His vitality and lead-
ership on many issues of liberal interest have enlisted sup-
port in both parties and from independents
Elected to the Senate in 1956, Sen. Javits served pre-
viously in the U.S. House of Representatives and as a New
York State Attorney General His reelection is deemed
likely although his opponent, James B. Donovan, is a
distinguished attorney with a record of effective activity
in humanitarian causes.
All four Jews seeking Senate seats are leading ad-
vocate* of civil rights and civil liberties. They enjoy
broad popular appeal without regard to religious back-
ground. The only one suffering significant opposition
based on appeals to prejudice appears to be Rep. Yules.
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
King Murdered Calmly
Jerusalem
DERHAPS THE MOST
surprising aspect of
the overthrow of the re-
gime in Yemen and the
murder of King Moham-
med el Bailer was that it
evoked so little surprise
and so little reaction in
the Western capitals
True, hea s have been
rolling in Yemen for quite
some time and with a fre-
quency that have turned
it into almost a national pastime, and indeed, we
would not have expected much commotion over the
fact that yet another Yemenite ruler had lost his
head
However, the murder of el Bader is of special
significance It was not a result of the usual In-
ternal struggle for power. It was wholly engineered
from without. It was not a coup from within, but
a conquest from without, planned in Cairo and
executed bj it- agents
And most significant of all it was not a coup
against anti-Nasserist elements. King el-Bader was
a staunch supporter and ardent follower Of Mr Nas-
ser it was el-Bader who several years ago, dur-
ing the rule ol lu- lather, brought about the Fed-
cration between Yemen and Egypt. Also in his at-
titude toward Moscow, el Bader followed m Nassei -
footsteps and both Khrushchev and Nasser were
the first to s, ,i el Bader warm messa ol con-
lions when he ascended the throne
the death murder ol his father
Strai t ma; appear il v* as nol ur* xp<
i akdown ol the Yemen-Egypt Federal
\ ss< nleashed
nine-" dm \ itriolic camp ^ mei
nol onlv against the old Kit oni
i .
with the radio and press campai
Nasserisi ed Yemen t
il I foi he ultimate takeo\ er
it-velopn cuts closely. Nas
cleai it was the conqui si ol Y< m a
The death i murder' of thi K
coming to power ol his son, el-Bader,
Nasser's plans True el Bader was read)
his leadership, but Nasser knew thai El Ba er -
timents were nol too widely shared in the S
Palace and hence he decided that the time was i
to strike and replace him with the Chief Ol Stal
Yemen's armed forces, who was brought up
educated in Egypt and who. indeed, has for man)
years served as Nasser's chief agent in Yemen
that Congress, a young Jew, a "Zion Zionist," tried
to assassinate Nor.au at a meeting in Pan, f
tunately, the fanatia was a better Zionist than a
marksmanhe missed Nordau at point blank
The young Weizmann lined up against the man
Herzl whom he loved. The Zionist Organization was
split. The Sixth Congress did appoint a commission
to prove the idea The Russians stalked out Zang.
will rushed onto the hustings, forming his own ter-
ritorialist organizationparts of which are still ac-
tive Throughout the Jewish world, the issue raged
The great Herzl himself was assailedalthough he
never gave up his dream of a Jewish State in Pales-
tine, wishing only, like Nordau. to secure an oasis
where the Jews might rest en route to the ancient
Palestinian Homeland.
All thisand morecame to mind as Uganda
was voted into membership in the United Nation-.
History, with the aid of Herzl himself, with Jewish
blood, toil and sweat, had settled the Uganda arg i
ment Voting for the admission of Uganda to ,'N
membership, was a member now olda member
whose admission card was 59, against Uganda's 111)
a state called Israel.
Almost 60 years since that battle began at Basle,
Iganda was in It might have been a Jewish state
Off* the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Tales from My Files
aaY FATHER WAS a great -lorv teller.
"" When not burdened by the n
chores of the day. he could weave tales
of past with a lingering charm thai
the true quality of art. He was al his
best however when spinning tales ol our
childhood lives. He could recall in full
detail the "chochmes" of all the chil-
dren and retell them with the freshness
ol folks-tale
His favorite stor) was about my first childish escapade
and the frantic moments my parents went through as
agonizingly pondered the fate Of their firs' hen -
saver.
We were visiting with our paternal grandparents
an adjacent town The dav was bright over thi -
Ukranian town The distant pastures were greet and
beckoning The scent from the orchards wafte
wooden house which was gradfather's home and
year old child could nol resist the charm ol tl
that la) so close within his grasp though he bad re|
cautioned against trespassing the "goyisch"
There bad been a wave ol pogroms in the
all that separated our Jewish community from tl
ol tear 111 front of u- listance ol perhaps .
. | yards, Bui to Ihe live year old child the l<
the d inci t anished i thingm -- as hi
Ihe oth< ; sidi of thi
B) th lime m) parents realized 1 w is i
i i I ihoui h: to setting The rx ..- n I
tl e field and market
M) re now beginning to reai h
h) >ti ha as thi > speculated the late I I
tin pyi
Bui the child was quite considerate ol
Ere reall) deep alarm possessed them, he i
. ilked Into the house with mud oh hi- face, .. i '
the righl eve and unsatiablc appetite
When the mud OH thi' face was wiped Off
cleansed and the appetite satiated, there was the ex| I
lion to come Where had I been and why? To thi
end of ins days, my father would laugh to liw
tears when he recalled my confession that I hac.
lured b> a shiksele.
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Two Year Books Noted by Contrast
AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK 1962. Volume 63.
Edited by Morris Fine and Milton Himmelfarb. 62S pp.
New York: The American Jewish Committtee, and
Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of Amer-
ica $6.00.
BERHAPS ONE of the best buys in bookdom, in an era of
increasing prices and often decreasing quality, i- the
American Jewish Committee's "Year Book." Now in its
63rd consecutive year, the compendium of Jewish affairs
continues to reflect with fascinating detail every aspect of
American and world Jewish life.
If It's history you want. Salo Baron's splendid essay on
"European Jewry Before and After Hitler" offers it from
the heart and mind of a master historian Drama? In the
same section, 130 pages on the Kichmann trial, the dia-
logue between defense attorney Robert Servatius and Wit-
ness Baron is spellbinding; the irony of two highly civiliz-
ed men discussing the philosophical basis for persecution
and genocide ("Hegel and Spongier may be sometimes
right .") is a spectacle of a kind of madness and an in-
tellectual image which does not readily dissolve
There is the usual fine civic, political and communal
wrap-up of American Jewry, including a civil rights sur-
vey, and the country b) country tour ol Jewish Itfe "Year
Book" statistics, which never fail to intrigue me, reveal
1
a world Jewish population estimated at 12 millioi
against the WVj million in 1939; Baron points out
the extent ol the decline should be Judged by the fact
that, had there been no Hitler, Jews would have numbered
about 20 million by now. assuming average growth

THE ISRAEL YEAR BOOK. 1962. Edited by Dr. L Ber
er, A. Hirschberg, R. Levin, and S. Yedidyah. 315 PP-
Israel: Israel Yearbook Publication Ltd.
The Israel Year Book, which incorporates the 1'.destine
Yearbook and Israeli Annual formerly published here )
the ZOA. is not the same type as the Year Book above
It is a collection of articles, often by notables such as Mosne
Dayan and ministers of various agencies, on diverse as"~ .
of the Slat. They include many on industrics-diamon. is.
roads and rails, industrialization trends and tasks
other economic prospectspolicy. Common "**"*__
velopment. and so forth. Archaeology and Biblical c
compose three articles; an interesting proposal ior '
international Zionist saving scheme forms another,
scope is broad, but the use of the book Is hampercri .
the lack of a table of contents or index. The book cai -
advertising for Israeli firms, which points to itsi gre
value, l should judge, [or the businessman rather
for the casual reader.


Friday. November 2, 1962
+-Jmlslh fhrkHam
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
s -HE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
f \vENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, N CHANCERY
No. 62C 109*0
y.\ l l N A N.
itlff,
KIN AN.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
iHN J KINAN
ivenue
> v. a York
I, ,h\ .i i- in AN. lire !
[hal a Hill of Complain) I i
i ril< i >- you,
.... required nerve i
vnswi : "i Pleading thi
, ,n plain! on I hi Pin mil -
Ml i.yin FINN, jiu IIIh-
Iding, Miami, r a ind llli
\ll-. 1 "1 I'l" 1(111 II
thi Clerk of tin- ClrcuH
In -..re the 19th da) of
v I98S, mhei w im i he aliega-
i Complain! will In [a en
. ,i b> you
. shall I"- published once
rm four i "Mm eutls weeks
IEW1KH FI.ORIDIAN
. VND ORDERED .it Miami.
tin- l-ih da) 11. lobi i.

|| LBATHBRM \N. Clerk.
mrt, I lade Count]. Kloi Ida
B) K M I.YMAN
i'. puty Clerk
n FINN
ne BI'Ik.
M
Plaintiff
1" I !--''.. 11 _'-'
"|N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No 62C 10572
\.\\: SAVINGS ItANK i IP
\ OF NEW YORK

dMEHO
BY HENRY LEONARD
338
"They had to set 'em up this way ... no one
wanted to sit on the 'extreme right or left'."
Cpr. 1W2, DoytiKi Produ LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
business under the fictitious nami of
i >l:\v i >uur i \ ,\ .ii .-'1 s w .in
Am-.. Miami, I-la.. Intends to register
-aid name with the t'hrk of the Cir-
cuit Courl "i I'ail.- County, Florida.
IDA FKINMAN
Sole 1>w n,i
KKSH.Ki; ft GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1998 SW 1st Si:. .1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
. \ \ .\ BS, Ti isti e n
SI MON S1NSKBY nnd I
Kll ST \ l'i:s I >F VMKKICA
'
NOTICE OF SUIT
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\ ired to file yi
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rin i it, and
,. i .-.ii pl.iinllff'i
MARTIN I SB, 1 in
:. Miami !, Florida
ellllii 19, 1 "-' '! .
nfi kso ill be enteied
...
ik'l rr 16, 1962
i: H LBATHBRMAN
Ii of I!;. Ciri in Court
Bs P Col'BLAND
1. -1. .11 v clerk
' N KINK
Plaintiff
uli ^ deral Bldg.
M
I" 19-26, 11 2-8
i\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55448 A
IX ,.
I.I \M I ANDREt.L
.....I
_t OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
.'.. l i\. ii i li.t I hav<
I Ki purl .hi l Pi titlon foi
i i- inal l '!- I. irge as
..in. if w ll.l.lAM
. cased and I hal oi
.' \ ..\ nil., i ... u
Honoi Iges of
Kloi lila, foi approval "'
Id purl .in.l foi diall Ibiltlon
,i .-. in Kxi ciitrix '
he abm ii.iiu. .1
- n I .|.,v ..i i. hi i
I'HYI.ISS I KSIN
II Vitornes
H ilMing
1 iI !;
i" 12-19-26, li :
' "I- COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57321-C
.-. ol
Hi VIIKT I'.KUCKK
. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
nd All Persons Ha\
oi 11. manils Againsl Said
hi ebj notlfli i and n
H ni .uiv lain ind di
'in. ii you ma> lias, againsl
' MARGARET liBRllEII
I ol M...I. Connty, Klor-
Count} Judges of Dad
ind file the same in their
ii the County Courthouse In
U Florida, with six cal-
th from the date of the
n hi reof, or the u i
, ,.l,, 1 STKI.I.K MM.I.Kit
s a mii.i.kk
N1 l"n Miller. Attorm y
Hulldlna
!'......ia
l" 12-19-26, 11 'I
_,. NOTICE UNDER
Vi,t, ,.TITI0US NAME LAW
' is HKRHin i;i\ BN that
ned, desiring to engagi In
indei Hi, n, minus name "I
ins. I.i.-I.iii.ui ft Aaaot-I-
Lincoln i;...,.i, m i., m i
Inn i .1 in i. i. i
Ihe clerk of the ClrcuH
['de Connty, Florida
MORRIS LAPJOHK
HAROLD L-IRRMAN
Sole i >n mi s
.'vi..... s,.i, i in n,.
SALMON
'" M

Vppl
. i i..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10566
\\ KST Sll'i: I- BDEH VI. S WIN'i-.S
VNI' LOAN ASS" 1 VTH N,
I lalntlff,
KIN I i:y JONES, Trustee ni
-. ITT and
liOltltIB Si'i'l'T, lii>- .' II SAM-
ri:i. ci iHEN nd POLA.Y Ci >HBN,
., -. wlfi .ml tbi UNITED STATES
.I VMKR1CA.
Iirfendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
I', X I SCI ITT ni" I" HBI I-
Si-, T r, hn wife, RESIDENCE
I N K N i VV N
l > \ MI'BI. Ci 'lli'N and
li i| l.Y Ci itlKN, Ins Ifi
RESII >KN' K I'NK Ni 'W N, if
nllvi nnd II di iid, Ihi unknow i
,\. \ Isei -. Rl .ii !.-. .is-ii:ii
,.,., UStl -
ni othi laiinani i lalming b:
ilir.. igl del igali sl any ol
hi nhove "a da its > li"
an rt-----isi i
, notll li 'i lhal ll
.,!.,., .. lui i ai Ion li !' 'i I"
|i ,..ii ,n Ihe I'lvuli
,,,.,,, ,.| I- LI VBN III Judicial
i in and foi l \ I 'I.
.-,. lnts i. reel .. mortng< ipor
!.. Ins di si il" .1 i' 'l I"
I...1 19, Blot k I. Second Addition
in Carol iMtj aii'iirding t" ihe Plat
Ihfi eof, i.. urdi in Plal H""k (5,
.,, |.ag, ;.. shi i of the Public
i;, ,u ,.t Until i ".unity. Florida,
. ii. r with HE Washing Machine
Modi I No \VA6roiR. UB Dryei
M,. i No DA6loR, -' Tub encloa-
ui-es, Venetian Blind* and Traverae
Rials
V -. : in plaintiff .ii.|.laint iiitli the
i'l. rk Ihi sforesa Com t, ami
.,.; V1. ., ,.,.1 then ol upon plaintiffs
,ti .in. >. M VRTIN FINE, l lib Flooi
|>adi I'.'.l. ral Bldg Miami 12, Florida
ii..t latir Hian Novemhn 19, 1962 or a
, Pro i 'onfesso ill bi nti 11 n
T \ ..II
I lati .1 i. lobei 16, 1962
K II I.KATHERM VN
CIi rk of the i ii ill Court
im aii Bs c p Ci iPEL VND
i '",. ii Clerk
\l VII ll n FINK
n.y fo I'la
i nil i-...... I >ade Ki di ral H l~
Miami '-. KI
I" 19-26, 11 --!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C .0569
NIK \\ II.1.1 VMSBCRdll
SAVIN';.- BANK,
Plain
I'-ini.i:y ,ii >N i:> Ti in
Banki U| li i. H iSBPH I. SHAW and
\ rilBRINE G. .-ll W\ his wife.
Vli'Ti ill V VSIIJiSKI and IKMA
\ VSI I.BSKI ln> w Ifi and the
KNITBD ST VTKS Ol VMBRICA,
1 lefendnnts
NOTICE OF SUIT
To Jl ISKI'H I. -I' VW and CATH-
ERINE : SHAW, RESIDENCE
I'SKSon N n alive and II ad
. unknow n heirs, de> Isi -.
-. I nors, I-
oil....... minis
. laimli K i" Ihm igh. undi
againsl an] of the Bbovi named
III. ndanta ">i" ari dei eaai n
Y,,ii are herebs notified thai thi
above caplloned action haa been In-
atituti .1 againsl you n the i in iiit
Courl .i Ihe Kl.KVKNTH Judicial
en. .it ..f i'l."i.i in and for BADE
Counts '" '" '"" mortpagi
the following di scribed ren pi
, ,3i niock -" FIRST VDDI1 ION
-,, | |AROI, '\T\ cordlna i" Ihe
Plal thereof, rei orded In Plal Book
,..,. page i l il Ihi Publli Records ol
I lade i ounl) Kloi Ida
Y...I are requlrod to Hie your an-
-u,., to Blalntlffa Bomplalnl nh the
Clerk "i '><' i"i' """ ""'
., v. j ,',.|,v tli. reof upon i.l.iiiitin -
f, MARTIN FINK, ml, M.-i
l.l.. Kederal BI Mlanil IS. KJorlda
.., later than November 1. 1962 i
,.,. ronfi '"" he i nti red
againsl sou.
Han .i October 16, 1963.
r ii i.i: \ iiii:i:m \n
, '|| ii, ,,r thi i Si nil i '"Ui I
,..ali By; C. I' COPKI. VND
ii. Clerk
ma); tin FINK
Mim ni } f"i Plalntlfl
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No 62C 11438
BKN BOSK IN .ni" KST1IBR la..-KIN.
hi- wife,
Plaintiffs,
\ .-
THE Wl IMBN s -I.i "B i IF
I'KIN'i "ETl IN. eli i i als .
I'. lendanta.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Till-: STATE tiF l'l."l:ll'\
; r< i THE DEFKNDAN l*S
1 THE WOMEN'S Cl.l B OF PRINCB-
| TON .. dissolved voluntars assoi'i-
ali.ll VINA SMITH and MARIi-
\ RET Mil:!: \ V as sole .-'.n Is ng
m. ml.!.- and ti usli .- .a The Wom-
en's Club of Princeton, a dissolved
\ ui .iii.i: \ assi i.it Ion: nnd L I'
SMITH, husband of VINA S"M1TH.
and JOHN 1. Ml'RRAY, husband "f
MARGARET Ml'RRAY, and the un-
known m.-ml "f The Women's
Club .d Princeton, a dlssolvi .1
..,| >.. latlon nol known to be
dead oi ili' and thi un
Ki tees and cred-
itors or other pi rains lalming bs,
h .,, nn.li r said unknown
nu mi., i h, If i i\ i nd If di ad i heir
unknow n in ii -. des i-. legatei oi
aranlei -. and all persons know n "i
unkndwn havlni r claiming ans In-
terest in an.l i" the following dea-
l .1 land. t.. W It .
U.I 2. I'lUN'KT' i.N PARK, ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52489-B
IN RK: Estate of
AI.YIN FORMAN KNOWI.KS
I leceased
NOTICE OF INTENTI.-N TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given iti..t I have
filed ni.v Final Report and Petition f"r
1 listrii.iitn.n ami Final Discharge <
Administrator of Ihe estate of Alvin
I-"1.1*111.111 Knowles, deceased: and thai
on the 29th day of November, 1962,
will apply i" the Honorable County
Judges .a Dadi County, Florida, f..i
approval of said Final Report and for
diRiriliiitii>ti and final dlschan
Administrator of the estate of the
above-named decedent. Thla 1Mb day
..f i tctober, 1962
ai.nsi.ki-: it i i:i:i >i i:
Admlnlstiai !
AIN8LEE K FERDIB
Attorn. ".
IT1--; West Flagler st
Miami 33, Florida
m 26. 11 2-9-H
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11470
THE DOLLAR KAVINOS BANK
IF NEW YORK CITY
Plaintiff,
lo 12-19-26, 11 -1

cording lo ih. Plal then "f. rei
. ,i in I'l a' Book :. Pagi I IS. if Ihe
Public Kecordg ..f l. i. County,
I lorlda
You a .I >i ii "f i "ii an hen l>s
notified that suit has been filed in ihe
.,i.\. named Courl bj ihe above
named plaintiffs for the iiurposi ol
quieting title of the plaintiff." in and
:.. tin properts Involved, herelnabove
.l.s. i il.. 'I
Yol' ARK HEREBY REQCIRED to
serve a cops of your anawer oi plead-
Inga on ARONOVITZ, SILVER ft
si'in:i:. the plaintiffs' attorneys, and
to file Ihe original In the office ni the
Clerk of the ClrcuH Courl ol the
I Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for
I l-ade County, Florida, oh or before
thi 26th day ..; November, 1962, In
Idffault "i which a Decree Pro Con-
n ill hi ni. ed .malii.-l you and
. ach of you.
DONE VND ORDERED at Miami.
i. :. i 'mints. I ......la, this 23nl das
i| .. ..!.. \ 11 1962
K B LKATIIBRMAN,
i'l. \ l> of the Circuit i '..nrt
liaile l' i Florid i
i -.ni Bj P. Cl IPBI.AND
Depul) Clerk
v i;. >N' 'V ITZ Sl l.\ EH and Si 'HER
Vttorni*} s foi 1 'la Intlffs
Ituildlim
Miami ti. Horlda
in .':. n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY
No. 62C 10844
Liiirll-: IKIti.lM'N.
Plaintiff,
vs.
I'l.AI'irs FERGCSON,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' ia i i 'i. vi'irs Ki:i:i:rsi >n
Pade Count} Florida
you, i'l.Aim s FERGCSON, are
hi i. b) notified lhal a Bill ..f Com-
plain! for Divorce lias been filed
againsl you, and you are required I"
serve a copi of your Answer oi
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, LAW OF-
FICES OF I STANLEY LEVINE,
900 Southwest Second Avenue, Miami
:!;. Florida i Kll I-168II and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office "f the Clerk "f Ihe ClrcuH
Court mi or before the i .tli daj "f
November, 1962 If you fall t" do so,
ludgmeDl 1'.' dofaull will be taken
againsl you for Ihe relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
Thla notice shall bi published once
each week foi foui consecutlvi weeka
in THE JEWISH F1JORID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED *t Miami,
i lot Ida, tin- .'li dn> of i l lobi i V.D
r R i.i: \ i ihi; man, I'l.-rk.
Circuit Court, Bade Couaty, Florida
,-, ...ii Bj K M LYt\N
1 i(|.ii> Clerk
I..WY OFFICES OF
I STANLEY l.i:\ INE
90 sw 2nd A\. im.
!: Kla. FR 1 I6SI
Bi VI.i: l LIEBERM VN
NORMAN BARL VAN ORDER and
ELSIE M VAN ORDER his wife,
and FIRST NATIONAL II VNK
i .1 Ml VMI,
I lefemlants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO NORMAN BARL V VN I IRDER
and ELSIE M VAN ORDER,
his if-
ti i Montgomery Sl.
S\ rai use, Ni Yoi k
You ai.- liei. i.> notified that the
abos'e captioned action has been In-
.i i you in Ihe '.i. nil
of the Bleveni li Judicial 'lr-
F lorlda li mid fn |i li
ty t<> foreclose a mortgage upon the
following desciibeil real properts
i .a l, BliH-k : I, i 'a: ol Cits -' ond
xdilii Ion, a. ci 'i ding t,. the plal
'li. eol reci i'l- .1 In Plal Biaik SS al
:. She. t l, of Mr. |. ildl
.' "i i lade i 'ounty, Florida, to-
ki thi i w n h the follow Ing iti m t
pi opei ty which ..: located In and
p.Ttnan. nil} liistalb .1 as a p u t ..t
the Improvements on said land i; E
ri I ilsposal F \ -!:. G.E Re-
i Igi i.i' LVV 11, G.E b in Oven
and Rangi .1 -''" an I .1 ''. Vi ne
Han Blinds a ii i Tra lersi Rods, Two
I .'i T lb n. loaui ..-
s*-.'! ai. required n> file your an-
-'" i" plaintiff'a complaint ith the
i ii rk of Ihi aforesaid 'oui t. and
nerve cops thereof upon plaintiff's
attornes MARTIN FINE, li'h Floor
Pad., l-.d.-ral Bldg Miami .'..'. Floi -
Ida. nol I.Her than Novembel
or a Decree Pro Confesso will en
tere.i againsl \ ou
IIATEI.....lober 24 1962
B. l: LEATHERMAN
ci.rk of the i ircult Com t
(seal) Bi N. v HEWETT,
i puty Clerk
MARTIN KINK
Attorne} for Plaintiff
nth Floor l 'adi I deral Bldg
Miami .::. Florida
in :':. 11 j-ii-ik
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 9251
THE WILLIAMSBCRGH
SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs
JOBSCHARLKS HANNAH and
MARY LEE HANNAH Ins wlfi .
MAN li: I. CoMKAS and JAY i 'Ml: \s
and ARI.BNE fi'MKAS his wife,
and n IHN P SHALE .11:
I >. fell,I., '
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO JAY i-i'Mi: VS ..n. VRI.ENB
' i IMRAS hi- w it.
i i -.. i:... i -1
Highland I'ark. N J
You ai a hi reb} nol i ;. hal Ihe
i uptloned ui lion has been in -
-i r ui' .! againsl >. u In thi i
Blevi nth Judicial I ir-
uit of Florida In and foi I lade Coun-
ts to foreclose a mortgage upon the
following described real properts
I .ol :'" in Hi... n 67. of FIRST \i 'I
Tln.N TO i'aHui, CITY, according
to thi Plal thi reof, recorded In Plal
Book SO, ai Page 19, of the Public
Records ol Bade County, Florida
Y.'ii are required to file yo
suer i.i I'aintnts complalnl with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a cops | hi.....f upon pi ilntlffa
attornes MARTIN KINK, llth Floor
Had.' Federal Bldg.. .Miami 32, 1
Ida, nol later than November 26, 1962
ora I i.'i-ree Pro Confesso will be en-
i. i ed aga msi \ .ii
I 'at. .1 i i.ti.l.. i _".. IM2.
i: i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the 'li cull "ourl
Iseall Bs l< M. I.YMAN
i >eput) Clerk
\l VRTIN KINK
Vttoi nes foi Plaintiff
i nb Flooi I' i.i. I di ral Bldg
Miami S2, Florida
in .':. l! 1-16
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10742 (Pearson)
I s GI.EAsoN, JR as Administrator
ol Veterans Affairs, an officer of tl
I'lnt.d States nf America, and hi-
aui > asors In such office, and hla oi
their assigns,
Plaintiff,
\ s
RALPH J Manki.I.a and VEDA
MANE1.LA, in- wlfi .
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: RALPH .I MANELLA and VEDA
M ANKI.I.A. his wife, if liwn
including an) unknown spouses of
-.nd Defendants if they have remar-
ried, and if dead t" their unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignee*
creditors, llenors, trustees and all
other persona claiming I>>. through,
under or against these Defendai -
whost residences may unknown
YOI" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bull has i.e.-ii broughl against you
by I s GLEASON, JR., as Admin-
k tra I oi Veterans Affairs, an Offi-
cer of tin- I'nited states ol America,
and his suci'essors in auch office, and
his or their assigns, in the abi\ -
entll leil i "oiirt, to fort i lose a mo
^.i^. encumbering the folios ing dea-
. rlls .1 pi-opert). In wll
Lot 1. Kl...k 17. ..I FIRST ADDI-
TION TO CAROL CITY, according
to tli. plal there..!, i.e.-tile.I ill Plal
Book 6u, al page l, of the public
re.....is "f i'.1.1. Counts*, Florida
ami >"ii are required to file your an-
gwer with the Clerk of the Circuit
: ..' i'.i.i.- County, Florida, at the
i 'o iri house li \l laml, Florida, "ii ..i
h, ton Novi mbi I -v 1962, and to
I v, \ .. ., cop) -.: such answer upon
i MYERS, IIEIMAN, K VPLAN and
i \ T .- m a N I'l ilntiff's attorm -.
whose address Is Eleven-Fifty Build"
niK. il."." s w Firsi Street, Miami 16
la, "ii "i la-fi ie ssid -late, as re-
quired l" the I..m- .a l- lorida If you
fall i" do so, the complaint will bi
:. i^ onfesseil bs yi and .. 1'- -
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
againsl you for the relief demanded
in tin- complaint
DATED tins jlth day of Octobi i.
K. B LEATHERM VN
I'l. rk of the i 'Iri Hit I '"HI t
l lade Count). l- lorlda
iseal. Bs N A HEWETT,
l >eputs Clerk
Myers, Helman, Kaplan and I'aisnian
Eleven-Klft) Building
11"." s W Firs! Stt.et
Miami 16, Florida
lo :'ii, ll '2-9-16

i-26. 11
Mi.
ne) i"i I''.. ii.in'
ju 12-19-26, ll 2
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTJUK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business .....in the fictitious nami i
KAYS OCEST Hi'isi'- al |;7 Weal
.Mi.l site, t, lliHli-nh Intend to reg-
ister said name with the i "lerk of the
Qlrcull Courl "t Dad* County, Flor-
i.i..
1'lill.ll' .1 R \Y
LENA l< BAY
AltO.Ni'Virz. SILVER 4 MCHER
Vltorneya for AppffcanTs
'"7 A insh \ Building
Miami 12, Florida
1" 12-19-26, u 2
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Al'Ul'ST BROS BAKERY at 3*1 SW.
Mb Street, Miami. Florida intends to
reglstel said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Courl of Dade County,
. Florida
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i a Fl I i 'Il> I
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NOTICE is HEREBY UIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under thi fictitious name ..i
Man-hunt, Perkins, Cook and Schen-
.il. in at Mi". Biscaym Building,
Miami, I'la ill.end to register said
name with the Clerk "l Ihi Cln tit
i 'ourl ol 1 'ale < '..il FH > t-l.-l Ida
MARCHANT AND PERKINS,
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la Fill l'"i p i
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engage In
b isi in -- under I he fli miens name ol
CHEZ /.1'iNN'K al "^7" sw is* Ter-
race, Miami "' i- "i Ida Intends t.
register Bald nami with the Clerk of
the Clrcull i'oi 11 of Dade Coonty,
l'l"ti.la
M VRILY.N SHI'PACK
Sole i rw ml
MM Mi I INALD
Vttorni f"i Vppllcant
315 N Krome Avi Homestead
! '
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business iindei the fictitious name of
CARPET TOWN al 9820 N W 7th
AVI Miami, Kla. ami -KeMloie in
1 ,,., i'.. I'la int.nils to r. nisi, r
-.ini name with ihi Clerk oi the Cir-
cuit Courl ol I'aiie County, Florida
i VRPET TOWN, IN.'
By: jjeorgw Light hall President
V ROBERT VRI.1SLB
Attorney for Applicant
L'" S K. K:i si Aval
Miami 22, Florida
| 1" 26, n :'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I the miitcraigneri. desiring to engage in
business under ih. fictitious name of
JIMMY DKSTRO. KI'US at 9SS Unc-
oin Boad, Miami Beach, Florida In
tends t" register aald name w-ith the
' 'ii i k of the Cln uil court of Dade
County, Florida.
JIMMY DE8TRO
ANGEI.O M.I
I Attoi ne) lei' Applicant
hi 12-19-M, 11,2


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~]re\vw]is]li Fjlondbtaxi
Miami. Florida, Friday, November
Sec;
k
i
V.'eme: Group of National Children's Cardiac Hospital
holds a fashion show and membership tea at Westbrooke
Club. Discussing the heart fund for young cardiac
oatier.ts are (left to rights Mrs. Richard Blank, president; Mrs.
:;ie, tea chairman; Mrs. Jack Stone, and Mrs. George
jir.an.
Diamond Luncheon' at Fontainebleau
To Honor Active Cedars Women
ii up of local women
i ,i to receive ;i ii""'
lie service award lor
the | rogress of Cedars
. ;pital
. as "tlic President's
citations will recog-
ut standing achieve-
ipbuilding of Cedars
ative months "
s wil take pi ice at
"Diamond Lunch-
ai the Font
. a unced b>
i-l Levi pi
limax 'hi'
Hie I
nnans
: inchcon
. | noted
.' ". c olle< lion \ alucd
1,0 0 featuring
Iamond"
Selected marquis
i met aids ar' held in
bj a network ol tine
ling he effect of dia.
v it hi
The luncheon is sponsored as a
community observance in honor of
women who have boosted their con
tributions to the Golden God Moth-
er and Golden Guardian categor-
ies. For increased donations to
the building fund, they will receive
the coveted diamond-Mud led ftold
charms bearing their personal iden-
tification and the Cedars caduceui
nia.
Especially assembled for the
Cedars event w ill be a fi
ol Parisian imported suits
lie D'Alby,
In the manner of ( hanel and Di r
in Thai will show I and i
els will w< .0 w igs bj
h Regina, an autl
::> ii I fashion wigs ai 'l hail
eces.
Other citations 'i" be awarded
to ii...... chosen as "Builders
Cedars." They are among Ihc 300
founders of the Cedars of Lebanon
Auxiliary four years ago who have
continued to perform volunteer ser-
vices in the hospital, and give "ex
irj Ii adership" in the
iomen*.- Ii' on fund rais i
\ iiii -
Emcmu-EI Ladles
Send 2 Delegates
Mrs Si.l Gold teii presi 'enl o'
Ihe Temple Emanu \". Sisterhood,
has been invited to join the guest
speakers at the biennial convention
of the National Women's Laue
ol ihe United Synagogue ol Amer-
ica at the Concord hotel, Kiamesha
Lake. N.Y., starting N'ov. ii
Mrs Goldstein, accompanied by
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, a memb
ol the Sisterhood's board of dire<
tors, will leave for the eonventibr
on Nov. 9. Her topic will be "Tin
(;irl Scout M"ve tionship to the Synagogue "
Mrs, Goldstein has been a mem-
ber of the Dade County Girl Scout
Council for eight years, and ha!
s< rved as treop leader and a volun
leer trainer for the local council.
'Ihe Sisterhood of F.manuFi v. ill
hid Mrs C.nl Istein and Mrs Kogan
farewell at the monthly boara I
directors meeting at the Tempi -
Sirkin Hall next Wednesday.
Mrs. Goldstein will report to the
Sisterhood on the highlights of the
convention at the annual Thanks
giving tea and meeting scheduled
for Nm. 21 at the I ompeii room
.n the Eden Roc
Cancer teagye luncheon
v, mic n Cancer Li leof
., a n ulat n
..-. ;
9, at the Bi elom
; Lini |
tin oi tion.
In conversation at the premiere art showing which preceded
the Miami-Israel Festival of the Aits dinner Sunday niqht at
the Fontainebleau are 'left; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Morton and Dr.
and Mrs. Henry King Stanford. Mrs. Morton was chairman
of the Dior-Israel fashion presentation which followed
dinner. Dr. Stanford, president ol the University rt Mian-.;,
was chairmen of the board of selections which nominated
five distinguished Flcridians or : art-time residents ol Fl
os first recipients of the Miami-Israel Cultural Awards.
I ashion notes, see Edith Zipp, Page 9-B.l
i
n
.. u
n
j
oy ISABEL GROVE
thi i i I
Park Shera
the) we:i' in New
A !: Mickey I Cob-
Is ush will be able
tarrii in the
ode on I ical TV this
at 10 p in Mean
ha ing the last
di ek- receive d tor
:.i d iii ofessional de
Essi n. president of llii
'' Ita law fraternity at the
ol Miami, was recent-
for Iron Arrow, high-
honorary Son of Mr.
Irs Km Essen, 1339 Coral
"*>'. the future attorney was also
'"'"' outstanding contestant"
"the Moot Court competitions in
nich he and colleague Michael
' "'" won in the junior-senior
Graduating from im
hool in January. Richard
' Of three law students
*<> will represent the school in
"J regional tournament to he
n*W in Atlanta, ('.a., next month.
* *
what seemed like a
.""righl invitation to dinner
n Herman and Kave Rubin.
Helen and husband Jack
Rubin found when they arrived
that the shouts ol "surprise"
they heard were in honor ol Jack's
60th birthday Color scheme
for the decor, as well as for the
imposing birthday cake, was a
beautifully-muted combination ol
mocha and yellow Enjoying
the sth ities, as well as his dad's
obvious surprise, son Mark and
his pretty Suzanne and her par-
ents, George and Lucille Talian-
off Others sharing the de-
lightful evening, George and Dor-
othy Shim. Harold and Ethel
Cohen, Lou and Cert Wolfe and
the Irving Brauera -
Recently returned from six
weeks on the continent, Dr. and
Mrs. David (Marcia) Brezin
Trip started with a flight to Oslo
and visits to Norway. Sweden.
Denmark and Austria After
attending a surgical meeting in
Paris, they drove through central
France, lingering all too briefly
on the Riviera and in Monaco
. Sailed home on the SS France,
just in time to bid adieu to F.man-
uel and Ruth Pollock-Mama'-
brother and Dr lirc/in's sister
who are now cruising for 40 days
on the SS Atlantic The Pol-
locks will celebrate their silver
Workinq on preparations for their annual ban- en's Division president; Mrs. Louis Glasser.
quet on Nov 28 are these members of Tech- chapter president; and Mrs. Fannie Goldberg,
nion's South Florida chapter shown at a meet- Standing 'left to right) are Mrs. Jack Rifkin.
inq at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katz- Mrs. Tiudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Frances En-
man Seated are Mrs. Philip Thau. Worn- tine, and Mrs. Clara Denner.
wedding anniversary against the
romantic backdrop oi the blue
Mediterranean.

Another couple who will be on
the high seas for their anniver-
sary are Aida and Isldor Yaslo.
who will sail away Nov. H on the
SS Jerusalem for the 12-day Sha-
lom Cruise in the Caribbean
Europe beckoning to the Mor-
ris Libermans, Ol Miami Peach.
too Leaving the end of the
month for a sx week jet trip
which will take in Paly. Israel,
Spain. Portugal and France .
While m Paris they'll >> guests
of Renault, internationally known
French Motor Company.

Back in her lovely Morion Tow-
ers apartment. Lillian Kratf has
c n led a three month holiday chock
fui! of sight seeing and fun .
Started with a flight to London,
where .-he met son Robert 17,
who spent the summer
friends there Alter visit- to
all tht historical and beautiful
spots ii. England, the two went to
Paris lor a week for more of the
same Then on her own. Lill-
ian made her first trip to Italy
and its lovely cities Among
memorable evenings was a per-
formance of "Otello" in Venice
in thi courtyard of the magnifi-
cent Doges Palate, which W|
used a: a background And in
ne, it was "Aida" beautifully
-unt on the huge stage erected in
thi rums of the Caracula Bartis
stop a.- Israel, w here
Continued on Page 6B


?-- 2-3
(. m < f f/r ridHfoifi
Friday. Ncverr.be: ; iggJ
Council Divisions Meet Wednesda
tig pkmj :-,.- the Todab-Thankagiving
.... luncheon which B'nai B'rith Women'
bar* an behalf -,: Israel Bonda are
.: B'na. B'rith group* here and ex-
e .ftf- Mrs Gerald Soltz. Isiae: Bond
r B'na n.-.:.-.. The Todah-Thanks-
giving Festival Luncheon will take p.ace on
Wednesay Nov 28, at the Deauville hotel.
--': with Mrs. Soi-z are from left Mrs
ey Toper president Harmony group
Mrs. Flora S lent, Chai group M
Robert Gross, president. Eleanor Roost
group; Mrs. Soi Mo^es lent Men
group: iron: seated Mrs Florence Bern
.dent. Sunshine group; Mrs. Le:.
.e.3. president, Shoshana gro
B'nai B'rith Women Pian 'First' With
Joint Thanksgiving Israel Bond Function
tng *iil r><- the
theni initial B nai B'rith
Women i Luncrx [si on
< 28 il the Deau
This novel concept of a two-way
lalute be) B'nai B nth and
Israel was conceived by the B'na.
B'rith Women's groups of Greater
Miami to dramaticlly reflect th'
i tii-- between B'nai b'rith and
Israel since the nation's birth 14
}< ar.s ago
In preparation for the event
Mr- Gerald Soltz luncheon chair
man announced a dessert and
coffee premiere for the host com-
mittee Wednesda) No\ 7, in the
Gigi room oi tin- Fontainohloaii
hotel
At thii i (i,i,.on the executive
efficeri at the Miami. Miami
Beach and North Qade Councils,
and reprejei of all other
cit wide chapters will pledge
t operation to make the
Tod a h Thanksgiving Lunehesn a
glamorous affair befitting the
statui of B'nai b'nth and the
State of Israel which they are
I mi ring
n arc
Miami Beach Council pn
Mrs Esther Lerman Israel bond
'hairman. Mr^ Edith Zerman;
N'orth Dade Council president. Mr.-
Murry Skup; Israel Bond chairman.
Mrs Alvin Wank
Presidents and I-rael Bond chair,
men of the Miami Beach and North
bade chapters are. respectively.
Chai chapter. Mr< Flora Snick
and Mrs Oscar Rosenthal; Har-
mony chapter. Mrs Sidney Teper
and Mrs Jack Rosenthal; Hatikvah
chapter Mr- Robert Litt and Mrs
Bea Davidson; Menorah chapter.
Mrs Sol Moses and Mrs David
Green; Miami beach chapter. Mrs
Leonore Cerstenfeld and Mrs. Dav-
id Denncr. North Shore chapter.
Mrs Harry Dicker!; Hollywood
chapter. Mrs Sol Reinstein. Sun-
shine chapter Mr- Florence Bern-
stein and Mrs Jacob Jaifee; North
Iiadc chapter, Mr- Arthur Hero
v. itz
Miami Council president i- alias
Edith Simmons, and Israel Bond
chairman i- Mrs Hilda Lazarus.
Presidents an i Israel bond chair-
men of the Miami chapters are. re-
Miai Mrs
Coral G
Mrs ir\ ir Bass and Mrs
net
er. Mr- Ri bert
i Si lell. Emm chap-
Mi le Baun.
Mollie < 'hi Gill ert 1 cm chap-
ter. Mrs Herbert Lowe and Mr-
Sam W< iner Vnalom chapter. Mr-
Stanley Rosenberg I Mrs Fn I
Eliis; '.\'-.-r all ipter. Mrs
.Joseph Sandweiss and Mr- A
jf.runhut; Shoshana chapter, Mrs
Leslie Daniels
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To be Honored
New life members of the Junior
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for
the Aged and their sponsor- will
be honored at a life membership
tea on Tuesday. Nov 27. at 1 30
p.m.
The tea will be held in the home
of Mr- Michael Bright. 10140 W.
Broadview dr bay Harbor Island
A program of songs will be pre-
: !,;. Mr- Burl S Halt, so-
prano
In charge of reservations are
Mr. Jack W Rabinuvitch and Mrs
Jo.->cph Cooper, life membersiiip
chairmen.
Beba Idelson
Chapter Meeting
Be i i .- n chapter ol Pioneer
h : its Kl
ular meeting this Thursday. i p.m..
Ir ihi Washington Federal >
and Loan bids.
Mrs. I-aac Offenhenden. presi
*as to intr iduce Dr Celia
Davis cultural chairman, who was
to conduct the afternoon progi
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November 2, 1962
*Jewisfr fhrldKom
Page 3-B
\\ the national board meeting of Women's American ORT
^n the Fontainebleau hotel last week are (left to right) Mrs.
amuei Avrach, member of the executive committee of the
outhos: Florida region; Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, conference chair-
man; Mis. Harry Rosenblatt. Southeast region president; and
vlrs. Ficrence Kupperman. regional chairman for United Jew-
sh Appeal.
Kadcmesh Chapter
Fetes Bof k Month
Kadimah ch ipter of P eer
Women meetinj 1 hurs ij
8:15 p.m., at Beth i>*vi I 9ymv
-in', will be in honor of Jewish
Book Month
Mrs Morris Skop will review
"Rembrandt, the Jews, and the
Bible," by Dr. Franz Landsberger,
which deals with the histories
background of the Rembrandt era.
Wife of Rabbi Morris Skop. spir-
itual leader of Temple Beth Shiran,
Mrs. skop is at present teaching
art in the Dade county public
si hool system. She has had se\
exhibits, and won first place in por-
traiture for ihe State of Florida
some years ago, Mrs. Annette
Blacker, program chairman, will
introduce Mrs Skop
\ lit summary of the life am
work iii Chaim Weizmann, first
President of Israel, will commem-
orate the will anniversarj of his
death. Mrs Harold Shapiro. Amer
ican affairs chairman, will give the
review.
Mrs. Fred Sandier, chairman of
the Night Club Nite" at the Caril-
lon hotel on Dec. 8. will report on
ihe activities of her committee.
Mrs. Moses Meyer will be host-
ess, assisted by Mrs K Kalman
and Mrs. llyman Selcer

/
Reviewing a member-bring-a-member tea aiven by Temple
Menorah Sisterhood are (left to right i Mrs. Ben Krovetz, Mrs.
Sol Frankel, and Mrs. Joseph Feldman.
Women Plan Book Reviews
A series of book review- by Rah Ashbes and Mrs George Kramer.
hi Herbert Baumgard will be spon I Qn Saturday. Nov. 17. all paid-
sored by the Sisterhood of Temple up sisterhood members will be
Beth Am throughout the winter. guests at a cocktail party. Ar-
First book to bo reviewed will be rangements chairmen are Mrs.
'Ship of Fools." by Katherine Por- Samuel Berkovwtz and Mrs. Roo-
ter Chairmen are Mrs Norman ert Goldstein.
ons
ISABEL GROVE
: nctioii for Women's
RT conference held last
Ice! ami Beach was a lunch
nThur ;. at the Fontainebleau
Hi d in the Fast ballroom
the afternoon featur
iere display of fash
:- il> _-,, l and executed by
ung ORT students at the Alexan-
Syng; owski School in Isradj
i I
| bj M it aret Newman
le i r and mod
bers ol the Southeast
I i ion. orations
Israel Iran Tunisia,
Mon
modclini in the
..nl Kotzen and
B Mrs. KoUei
B 'i oek how
B lopped w'.iii a jack
B .'.I. ami Mrs Lipsk>
B 'nl h.ur with a white
mble Seate I at the
I ihem during lunch
I Donald Blech in a
I -n aw garden hat
i dri ss and Mrs
v ho wore a very at
.it on black sweater
. inll of the room
from Honduras,
Malik with Mrs. Luis
before settling here
lived in Honduras
-
i" the afternoon "as
Hi arts to Their Hands "
h rence
it pi; | |
mta
with the local
to over :soo na-
opened with a
evening at the
Southeast region, chose a white
frock with gold threads running
through the satin, featuring a white
mink collar.
Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. immediate
past president of the local unit,
wore blue lace with a white orchid
corsage, and Mrs Florence Kupper-
man, of the executive board, se!
off her lovely red hair with a pink
fitted sequlned sweater over a
white chiffon skirt topped with a
pink theatre coat
Sharing a table. Mrs Abbe Lane
in champagne brocade with mat
jacket trimmed with mink
cuffs and Mrs Michael Fields,
v hose white enseml le had a print
I and Jacket lined with the
pattern, with imi
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Mrs Martin Lodge's had a ca
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Mack "h a lush mink capi
v a- black lace for Mrs PI
Stark and a -ilk suit for Mrs Sam
uel Garfinkcl Black and gold bro
. a Mrs Jacob Glassman
Other guests were Mrs Harold
Schneider, region chairman ol the
i xecutive committee, Mrs \\ illiam
Fishman, president ol the Miami
Beach Afternoon chapter, Mrs Man
Tannen, Mrs. Willard Wohlgcmuth.
Mr- George Whitney, Mrs Al
Block, Mrs Samuel Garfunkel,
and Mr and Mr.- Louis Glasser,
\lsu Mr and Mrs Sam Avrach,
Mr and Mrs Daniel \ Heller Mi-
ami Mrs George Steam, and Mr
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Al""' li cal delegates, Mrs liar
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Friday, November 2,
1962
Sinai Sisterhood Social Supper
A social supper for the entire
family i- being ipoittored by Tem-
pi, sii ai Sisterhood on Sunday,
from 5 to 7 p.m al the Temple.
Funds raised "ill be used for
kitchen equipment in the perma
Next Thursday from Q a ''
noon, the Sisterhood will i
orientation and leadersh p
session at the Hot Shoppi r. -;lu'
rant. 950 No. Miami Bi
Mrs Aaron Kanner
klll'lH'I! l-l|lH|-"i. ... ....... .-------- l"W-
nent Temple building soon to be dent of the Southeast I.
Life-Givers" gather at a meeting of the Great-
er Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home
:cr the Aged. Standing (left to right) are Miss
Hannah Seligson, Mesdames Minnie Levine,
Mollie Silverman. development fund chair-
.r.an, Dr. Celia Wohl. Ida Kayes, Frances
Makovsky. Anna Baum, Anna Wiesen, Dora
Slewett, Tema Rossein, Samuel Tress, Lena
Dublen, and Jennie Cohen. Seated (left to
right) are Mrs. Yetta Pollack, Miss G o 1 d i e
Riess. Mesdames Fannie Schiff, Isidor Cohen.
Shari Silverman, president, Fannie Lipshitz,
and Sophie Rosenthal. Meeting was at the
Algiers hotel.
Women's Courses
At Beth David
rsl semester il the
nen"s Institute w
. | Dec.
Fr m 9:30 to 1
w in \\ Lips
i i lass n Hebrew I
irdii to Mrs M Kell
, hairman ol I i David
Sisti rhw ilt ed nmit.
-: nsi i of Ih am.
i Norman N will
ture and lead the disc ission on
Preface to Morals" from 10.30 to
12 noon in the Social Hall. Text to
be used is "Everyman's Talmud."
bj Dr a. Cohen
The second .semester will consist
ol >i\ sessions from Jan s through
Feb. 12. ending in an all-day Kalian
i convocation).
The courses are free to members
oi Beth David and their friends.
Registration will take place at the
lirst session on Tuesday
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Serving with Mrs Jules Slade,
chairman, arc Mr and Mrs Harry
Kauffman. Mrs Ham shop-
maker and Mrs Nat Borrok are
planning the entertainmenl for the
children, and Mrs David Field is
captain of dining room service
Children's Aid
Unit to Benefit
Luncheon and card party will be
given t>> the Miami Beach chapter
ol Children"s Asthma Research In
stitute and Hospital at Denver on
Saturday trom noon to 4 p.m., at
tin House of Hoo on the 79th si
-.way Mrs Sidney Ritterman
is president of the chapter
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discussions.
Reservations chairrnai y-,
Daniel Lowy
STARRING
Mrs. Irving Fell, president of the Women's Committee of Jew-
ish Family and Children's Service, Mrs. David Kirsh, the com-
mittee's Family Life conference chairman, and JFCS executive
director, Leon Fisher, plan for their Family Life conference
to be held Dec. 4 at the Everglades hotel. Theme of this year's
conference will be 'Family Life in the Community.''
Rabbi Schiff on Television
Coffee to Honor
Service Aides
A coffee honoring volunteers who
have completed seven weeks of
training will be held in Wolfson Au-
ditorium at Mt. Sinai Hosptial on
Monday at 10 a.m. Called servi/
aides, the women have been fully-
trained under the supervision of
volunteer Registered Nurses who
arc members of the Women's Auxil-
iary
The volunteer service aides a-sist
{he nurses in patient care Duties
include feeding, bathing, bed-mak-
admitting and discharging
Attending I ffee will be hos-
pital -*ati mi "- Man in Bosun,
i ssistanl dire r dministration,
nd Mi Ross, dh
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Mr- Ralph Dubei
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El.
and vice president of the Rabbi-
nical Assn. of Greater Miami, will
be guest speaker on "Still Small
Voice" this Sunday morning, 10
am over ch 7, WCKT. His topic
will be "Man's Role in the L'ni
verse.''
Shoshana Ladies
Entertainment
Shoshana chapti r, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold its annual paid
up membership affair Tuesdaj
evening in the Terrace room of the
Dupont Plaza hotel.
Entertainment will feature Herb
Carter and Barry Sinco, of local
night dubs.
Awards will be given (or deco-
rative center pieces displayed by
members. .Mr- Howard Spreeh-
man is chairman of the project.
Hostesses for the evening are
Mesdames Gerald Alin. John Reich.
Dick Danziger, Martin Rosenthal
and Herman Rosenthal
In charge of reservations are Mrs
Fred Garber and Mrs Robert Tav-
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Friday November 2,
iFnd
m k-adassah November Mec^ngs3
Youth Atlyah Anni -y

;s hen
:
- 'I,!.'.
Mil. v.
Naomi cKap'e-
per, president,
Saturday i >
I lei House i
Miami i ampu>
Arthur GfO!
Planning Miami chapter oi Hadas.?Gh pai
pction in celebration of the 28th anniversary
oi Youth Aliyah ate seated (left to ri<
Avva: Joseph Mil-
ton, president, Miami chapter; C'c.ire Collins,
Mt. Scopus. Standing are Mesdames Julius
Kletsky, Torah; Sol Harris, Chaim Weizmcnn;
Elaine Sulzbura. Tikvah; Max Swartz, fund-
president, Miami chapter; Louis
.yah coc
etc:: D I Merman Menorch. Not si.
ore M tld Dorfman, Chai; Arthur
Grossman, Naomi; Son: Srira, Albert Einstein;
Herbert Oppanheimer, Aviva; and Miss Fee.
Teitier, Tikvah.
4*^ o c i a / i
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Isabel K-jvove
Continued from Page 1-B
she spent three weeks touring the
country from "tip to toe." a quick
stop in Athens, and then the Leon-
ardo da Vinci from Rome to New
York, a month there, and finally
home
* *
Estelle and Emil Gould, of
Coral- Gables, took son Dennis
; ighter Laurie for a three-
month grand tour of KuroiH? this
summer Family circle was
completed when Cathie-Ellen,
studied al the Sorbonne last
v inter, joined them ... A junior
at Smith, where she is majoring
in French, Cathie has been chosen
head of Smith's Rally Day .
Pursuing their academic careers,
Dennis is completing his senior
year at the University of Miami
and Laurie attends Everglades ., .
Elaine Rothenberg was sitting
around her Westbrooke Country
Club eabana last week with no.'.i-
ing more ambitious on her mind
than a trip to the beauty parl >r,
vhen she received a phone call
irom her husband Barry, asking
how fas) she could pack for a
trip to Israel Breaking all
known records, the Rothenbergs
are now ofl to Israel u ith the Jew-
ish National Fund to help dedi-
cati Me Ami, Israeli twin city
( : Miami .
Picking up In r Pink Ladj lut-
III Si u Hospital again
is Mrs Lillian Bernsti n, who
ten weeks in scenic New
England Toured Mass
setts, Maine New Hampshire,
and Cape Cod Stopped off in
New York for more sophisticated
entertainment (f Broadway shows
and fine dining spots and then
home.
* *
Miami Beach set.- prettier and
sounds tietter every day One
of the reasons, opera star Roberta
i Fields i Peters has become a per-
manent resident Moving into
her Crystal House apartment soon
with husband Bert and their chil-
dren .
Pounder-president Jerri (Mrs
Paul Pollak got the "This is Your
Life" treatment from the Props
on Wednesdaj at the Eden Roc
hotel No secret- left now.
but all done for laughs and with
affection tor Jerri who has sen
ed the organization well in the
four years she has been at the
helm Now she's stepping into
the national picture and will be
succeeded locally bj Marge Pep-
per .
Coffee for members of the Or-
chid Ball Committee to be host-
ed by lovely Mrs Ben Chen in
her line Alto Island home on
the 16th Guests will hear
all about the fa-hum show lunch
eon in earls December to b<
the I'm ai i< laou ( ancer Re
search Institute .
Bi k< jit secret as ol this
moment) is what Arleni
Blasbi plan to ear for the
|)"' I Cl annual Masqu<
Dei uville on Saturday
nighl A group enter: isi th
-' vi ral pals Ids are it will be
' far out."
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Youth .A nal Ch iiring the .
Ilins Mi-
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Albert Einstein
president
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Irwin Li-s.
H a-sah 1
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.i and .lack
Aviva chapter. Ml- Mien Mich
aelson. president, and Mrs Her
bert Oppenheimer, c hair m a n
luncheon will be Moi
Nc \ 5, ,.t Doral Country Club
due-: speaker i- Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, spiritual leader of Temple B<
Shi lorn I ..shii -how will be by
Reinstein's.
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Chai chapter brunch.-on. 10 30
a.m., will be Monday. Nov :, al
the Algiers hotel Mrs. Michael
Krop i. president, and Mrs. Ronald
Dorfman, chairman Guesl -peak
er will be Mr- Bernard Kramar-
sky. with fashion show by Lory's
and wigs by Crowning Glory. Also
,-i heduli d i- an intcn iew on M
Turner- program, ch. 10. Thurs-
day Nov. 8. al in.
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Social Club Will
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MK. AND MRS. MICHAHSON
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Mark 50 Years
Mr. and Mrs Philip Michai
l 6 Pennsylvania ave. Miami
Beach, will celebrate their golden
wedding anniversarj on Saturday-
Mr. Michaelson and his wife,
\ure married on No\ 3
'- I in Now York City The couple
came to Miami Beach in
where he now operates a shot
store,
I he Mi. ha\ e three
sons. Leo f Si Pi ti sbui \ -
ham, v ... .!,.,- ,|!;i M
Bi ..eh Thi 5 also have I
childi
Mr and Mrs. Michaelson will '>.
at a dinner partj giv. i
thi ir -i ns and daughters
M i Vmi :n ai a hotel on Saturdav
evening to mark the occasion,
Casting Call Sunday
A casting call for "Cat on a Hbl
Tin Roof" has gone out from the
Gallerj Playhouse, 21] Giralda
ave Coral (.able- Audition- [or
the 13 available roles will he held
1 n Sunday, 2 p m., at the Play-
house.
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Chaim Weiimann pledgi lui
will 1 '. laj. \o\ 18 at
the Holi I; y Ini kell av<
w ill : i ..Hi. .i lest
-p. aker and a n isii ile Mrs
pre?
Menorah will hold its pl<
hi on on Mondaj. \o\. 12, at
u. -'\.. '. i untt Guesl
5] i aker will I. Mrs Daniel V .
Heller, and hal fashions will lu
presi nti i bj J. r lai Marsh I 'hair
"l the afl s Mrs I 'avid
Alt< rman, and presi li nt if Mi -
Harold Abbot)
Cerebral Palsy
Fashion Show
Mian W i n's I nil of 1
al Pal> '.-
II ym Terrace
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a bridal room
v rrator will 11 Mrs Ton, |
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November 2. 1962
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Page 7-B
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Levin (right), social director of Westbrooke Country
Club ->resen*s trophies to the top winners in the club's first
Mah'longg tournament. Receiving their trophies are (left to
iqht Mrs. Eli (Lorraine) Schutzer, second place winner, and
Mrs. Alan (Renee) Goldfin. champion. Presentations were
made at a luncheon at the club.
JWV Auxiliary Donor Affair
v..... ... Bruce Brown Auxiliary! The Auxiliary will ho honored
-i Jewish War Veterans of thelvrtlh an official visit from Mrs. Ed-
II hold its annual donor af- ward Levine, president of the De-
x evening at the Carillon partment of Florida Ladies Auxil-
otel iVrrangementa chairmen are iary on Tuesday evening at a reg-
ilr> Edwin Feibelman and Mrs.'ular business meeting in Pythian
tobert Alexander Hall. 4601 W. Flagler st.
ry
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Kneseth Esrael
Luncheon Slated
First luncheon of the season for
Kneseth Israel s rterhood will be
>n I by Mrs Dorothy Blatt
mi Tuesday.
Hospitality chairman, Mrs. !si
dore Ruppert, will I assisted by
Mrs. Harry Weiss and Mrs Etta
Mandcll.
Sisterhood president is Mrs l B
Eisei stein
Board Women
To Meet Here
Reeu'ar monthlv board meeting
ol Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary will
be held ol Too-'lav. Nov. 13. at the
hospital, it was announced by pres-
ident, Mrs, Nathaniel Levin
on the agenda will be a dis-
cussion of the women's role in the
upcoming celebration of the hospi-
tal's first anniversary during the
week of Dec. 2 to 9.
Also under consideration is a
stepped up, in-service program for
volunteers at the hospital to re-
lieve professional nurses of many
routine tasks
Mrs Morris Blau will report on
the progress of the Lobby Shon.
and Mrs Samuel T. Sapiro, chair-
man of the Women's Division, will
submit latest figures on the results
of their fund-raising efforts for
completion of the upper three
floors
AiRS. ROSt KUIN
School Invites
Parents to Brunch
A "Get-Acquainted" brunch t*v
mothers of the children attending
Temple Ner 'l im i religi ius Bcho i
ill be hel i in Sklar Au litorium if
Temple Nc- Tamid on Wednesday
,t 11:30 a.m
Parents will have the opportun-
ity to meet with the staff and to
visit \\i;h the director of the
chool.
A skit ei titled "You May be th
one'' will be presented Serving
on the i ee a 'e the execu-
i\ i oi ai I ol Sisterhood and Mes-
' dames R ill h Mervis, Sam Pearl-
man, Paul v. il I Don Prich-
i ffici ". and Lou i
Cohen, chairman of the relig
school, Meyer Samberg, education-
al direct! r, and Mrs. Murraj A.
Shaw, president of Sisterhood.
Service Center Needs Hostesses
Rose Field Klein, coordinator Of
the Miami Beach Servicemen's
Center, has put out a call for 500
additional volunteer junior host-
esses
Young ladies, between the ages
of 17 and 25. are needed to serve
three or four hours per week, any
evening, at their own convenience.
Mrs. Klein declared.
The Center is open seven even-
ings per week. There are dancing.
games and refreshments every
evening. Chaperones are in attend-
ance at all times.
"There is never a charge for any-
thing. The only requirement is a
1 pleasant disposition and good char-
acter references.'" according to
Mrs. Klein.
Girls may apply any evening
from 7 to 10:30 p.m. The Center
is located on the Ocean at 10th St.,
Miami Beach.
Purpose of the Center is to pro-
vide a home away from home for
young men in service.
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MILITARY
RECORD
67 days as enrollee in Student Arm) Training
i orps (SAT( '. I niversit) of Alabama,Oct. 7
Dec. 12, 1918.
\l IOR\l Y
OCCUPailON
AITORM'Y
NO
catcs < nailing
protect person? with hard-earned savin
I incomes from losing out bt
. inflation. Historj h m that
man) free nations have perished, not from attack
nm without, but from uncontrolled
spending policies within.
BIG
SPENDER
OF
YOUR
MONEY!
yCQ n e M mi Herald says (Ocl |
ltd thai voting for him would be "giving .i
blank check to the Administration." While he
was a I s. Senator, (1936-50), the purchasing
power of your dollar dropped from 101.4* to
51.6* In this period Pepper earned his reputation
as "the Hie. Spender" ol your tax monies, without
regard to its damaging results on the economy.
YES
He "ill work for enforcement of the
Monroe Doctrineincluding an imme-
diate blockade of Cuba and recognition of a
Cuban Government in Exile. He leeta tinvd.it>
and indecision have cost us greatly and cannot
be tolerated.
ADVOCATES
STRONG
MEASURES
AGAINST
COMMUNIST
CUBA?
MA His statements in recent months have
llU reflected hesitation and indecision.
ROBERT
PETERSON
m Believes in the individual's right and 5&**'
abilitv t-> govern himself without execs- STRENGTHEN
sue government interference.Wants Government FREr:
to stop coinpetingwithfrecicotiipetitive enterprise. gompfTITIVE
ENTERPRISE?
IJA Pepper has a long record of advocating
lU the encroachment of big government on
individual and local rights, diminishing freedom
of choice and action for indiv iduals and businesses.
yr( WHOI EHEART1 DLY, under a vol-
iCO unlar) plan based on private enterprise
in the American tradition, which gives tax deduc-
ir insurance premiums and also protects
ih< se without income Plan gives broader cover-
age than state-controlled method ot his opponent.
DOES HE
ADVOCATE
MEDICAL
CARE FOR
THE AGED?
VCC BIT under the misleading proposal
Itv which would be compulsory and which
compels workers to support millions of people
who don'l need help, at great extra cost. It also
i.uls to provide adequate aid for millions who
do need it.
m Peterson has an extensive, pi
i ms and
I immunisl
FBI / m I -'"n
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s I :cncc \ctivc

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HAS HE
SHOWN GOOD
JUDGMENT
IN
EVALUATING
THE THREAT
OF
COMMUNISM?
IJA Time Magazine said (April I*. l<0)
IW "He became an apologist fur Rantai i >
rign Policy ... he proposed that the IS. destroy
i v.rv aloni bomb vm have.'' I Saturday I veiling
Post I Vug -: ;i. >46) said: "Be soft with Russia,
he argues, and thin avoid war." 1 he Miami Herald
stated i M" i .'". 19501 "He has attempted to
explain aa> the pro-Stalin, pro-radical statements
of hi- senatorial career... as he has sought to
avoid references lo Us friendships for and cham-
pioning of exponents of radicalism."
CLAUDE
PEPPER
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PETERSON ENDORSED BY MIAMI HERALD, OCTOBER 22, 1962
rC CriOUU C,\^7"nswh0 wleve in ,he candidate of stature. U< is MOB PETERSON ... We think he would
I o. the first ume in man) years Dade ,unt ^^ sman,._ ^:, cJiloriaI> 0clobcr 22> 1%2.
two-party system have an opportunity to support a moaeraic iv-cj ._ __, ---,.-#
YOU CAN VOTE FOR PETERSON PPOARDIESS OF WHETHER YOU ARE REGISTERED AS A DEMOCRAT OR AS A REPUBLICAN ., >,..
Poid for by Peterson Campaign Fund (G.O.P. Candidate)


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vJenisti floriRMfor
Friday. Novemb
2. 1962
Beverly Jacobson Engagement Told;
Groom-io-be is Jeffrey Lefcourt
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* MIA
V.CMAN OF THE WEEK
\o doubt about it. thei i I .m named Conshohocken, Pa., because
Mrs Tobias) Levy came from tnere! She was always good in
h, and her high school teacher leveloped her I e for chemistry.
Later, sh< augh) chemistrj and physics in high *ch iol in Philadelphia,
er firsl year at the lTni< rsity of Pennsylvania, from which she grad-
uf.ed with iun degrees in psychology, Mia met Tobj on i I late
Thej were married *hen finished <
l. :'ii. during World War [I, Tobj enlisted in
the Amphibious Force of the Navy Mia de-
tided to do American Ri I I ross rk, little
that -: would th t a volun-
t, r sen ice estini I ti ay of
life
she applied as a Red Cross al I but the
Red Cross had other p Ker >nler'
v it ,ve I her. She -' irte me^5er\ and
has remained in tl ese years
.: is vol-
unteer program consultant in Home Service
Presently, here in is chairman <>f
> Set ;ce commit! he D Coun-
ter f Family Sen ice in
disaster, as well as vii bain Volun-
teers This occupii s mosl
he has been nal '" . ; Tau son ritj I -
stic job with the program book when Nation i Women
p-..i oi etabli fuys and Gals
The Levys moved hi re in ig Miami mu less m in ing
the North Mia I t says not a rd about
summers She icti ler b -' i I's is -. a c nstruction
. ipany The) are a c tig lia ination I ializing in his
i pan -' the work s the lei orating an I la Know-
n ::; abi in Southi rn flora ind fa ma, Mia isini -
: i m an now is i : i in expert
Thirty-two yei Levys s] ent three months iples. When
returned to Europe last sut mer, thej found quil >l from
-. Europe ol so many lei i les i Over the years M has written
\- irs in ever) co intry, -pain
. i to see ne In pi i son.
Reading is Mia's secret i ission, and sandwiched in between the lat-
.-- liction are all of the current Who Done Its. Stir up a foaming, ex-
> ng Toii\ brew of Red Cross, psychology, mystery stories, bridge and
asta, a dry sense if humor, and you have Mia Levy.
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{. GAY NIGHT AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
The new cocktail lounge that is almost completel at Westview
ved as good an excuse as any for a party, according to Richard Haft.
I is this year's chairman of entertainment. His warmth and friend-
ss yol the dinner dance off to a good start. Tables for eight were
e in li^ht green and pink At Mr. Haft's table were Flora Carlis,
rris Lan askin and Beverly Schneider, and Leonard and Diane Trisi
Dr Harold Rand and his Goldie were hosts to their table consist-
. of Dr. Ml Mrs, Victi r Dembrow, Judge and Mrs Milton Friedman,
an I Mrs. Mart) K the Al Kaplans, and the -lack Sandlers
ie or, black, which was pred n seen that evemr.-. Among
and Mrs. Stanley Weinkle, Mr and
. Jack Games. Al Pallot and his Hermine. who is
: !' ey, Johi in, L i at i
nd Mrs. 1 Televisi w's Fin my N son ai
made quite
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V >-AT du;t
Dust nth .''ry
. \ l-r. '. Dan and Molt;
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I ,\ as Molly's first t idor : ill I
Sam Frieilands the J ke '" : -
i. Max Orovitzes i ht Into 111 t to see \ here
- new Dan i el is being b ill It was so I '-': they i Id
. iut the i orr.i rsi n '' en i n to R '
pnthei ex Iting ad\ ent is their | ludii 11
leryth as mosl except I that M 11)
ith her

OLD TIMERS ROUND-UP
Football players with iald heads, erst-while flappers I i trifle
tronly, but everyone sparkling with that good, "remember when''
t-, ling enjoyed a wonderful t-together in honor of Homecoming Week
1 : the University of .Miami Chancellor and Mrs, Jay F W Pearson
i. .e a cocktail party for 2C0 alums and old-timers at their home in
Bi v yPoint Baron and Polly de Hirsch Meyer were chatting with Aaron
and Myra Farr. Myra. like the devote.! wife she is. insisted that Aaron
locked much younger than all his Glee Club cohorts. Charles and Au-
drey Finkelstein, Jack and Reba Daner, the Sam Weissels and the Mor-
|i< Pays ware busy remembering, too.
* *
A FEELING OF NOSTALGIA
The old guard brought out their jeweled sorority pins and pinned
I'.on to their bosoms to wear to the Alpha Ep-ilon Phi Founder's Day
luncheon g.ven by the Alumnae. Florence (Mrs. Sidney) Lewis started
her talk b) saying 'It's forty years of Alpha Epsilon Phi for me this
month." Nonii (Mrs Marvini Zank. Mildred (Mrs. Jess) Spirer. Ruth
(Mrs. Charles) Kruglick, Coleen I Mrs Robert- Werner. Red (Mrs Sam-
i. i Flinoff. Barbara (Mrs. Norman Brown. Rhoda (Mrs. Morris) Lev-
lit and Glorida (Mrs. S. Ronald) Pallot never miss a meeting or party.
Judy (Mrs. Arthur) Gilbert was showing pictures of their newest, whom
they call Sister Ro 1 an, adorable new pledge, who was attendant to the Queen of Home-
( ning All of the pledges were cute with their fancy hair Jo's and
rt skirt-
Mr and Mrs David R Jacobson,
Tio Majora ave., Coral Gables, an-
nounce ihe engagement of then
daughter. Beverly Joy. to Jefffe)
Lewis Lefcourt.
Miss Jacobson will graduate in
June from the University ol Mi
ami. where she is a member of the
National Education Assn., and the
Florida Education Assn.
She is a former student at the
Universit) of Florida, where sTie
served as recording secretary ol
Alpha Epsilon Phi. and was a mem
her of Panhellenic Council and
Legislative Council.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. .Sidney I.ef-
court. ol 36 Ba) Heights dr. the
groom-to-be attends the Wharton
s,hooi ol Finance at the University
of Pennsylvania, where he is treas-
urer ol Phi Sigma Delta and a
member ol Beta Alpha Psi ac-
counting honorary
He also serves on the Wharton
School examinations committee
Following an Au : i wedding, in
Miami, the couple will live in Phil,
adelphia
Father ol the groom-to-be Is
president ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation The Lefcourts
are long-time Jewish community
leaders hi
Miss bt/mir ia ot son
Weiss, Schwartz Exchange Vc .vs
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MRS. Ml N. MINSK.1*
Minsker, Wagner
Exchange Vows
Susan H Wagner and Joel N.
Minsker exchanged nuptial vows on
Sunday afternoon. Oct. 28. m a
double ring ceremony performed
b) Rabbi Harold Richter.
A reception and dinner followed
the intimate family wedding held
in the home of the bride- parents,
Mr. and Mrs, William Wagner, 5055
Collins ave
The bri le's si sti r, Mrs Jack
Chorosl. as her attei I and
Martin Minsker, the bri legr tom's
brother, served as h.- best man.
'1 he ne i Mrs Minsker is a i
te if North Miami Senior Huh
the I niversit) of Flor.
in.i
The i ioi has a degree
from the niversit; if Florida ind
is doin ; ite work al the Uni
t) i Pennsylvania He is
:. sentl) .it! engini er with RCA,
Vfter a motor trip in the north
the nev ;.,... ds II live in Barring-
ton, N.J
on
i,,nda> let BI -'"'
l .. and Mark M,
Weiss Cerem in) rmed
b) R Kt in Ihe
Sevil eceptiot and
i i (i.
For hi r e Iding, the bi
i light peau dc rin-
5-St) I Ol
alcn< on Jewel nei klinc
and elbow ler >th sleeves Thi con-
trolled skirl : I a full court
train \ louble poul vei I
imported illusion net : from a
I |]
cand
s Mi-- El line
K: anzli r and Vera Rot hfeld and
Car li nberg were bi i
maids
Dr E Iwat d Weiss the bi 11<
. room brol her, set ved as
man. and ushers *ere Frank Sher-
man and Joseph Schwartz, the
bride's brother,
Parents 'if the newly weds are
Mi and Mrs Edward Schwartz,
4538 Sheridan ave., and Mr and
Mrs. William Weiss, 1410 16th -t
The new Mr and Mrs Wi iss both
graduated from Miami Beach Sen
ior High and the Walsh School of
Business, The former Miss
Schwartz attended the Universit)
' oi Miami Her husband is now an
ii.\ estmenl bri ker
Following a Carribean cruise,
the youi ? couple will li\e al
Morton Towers.

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Toback, Galbut
Betrothed Here
Libb) K. Toback ai d How at \
Galbut are plai
Announcement
nu nt has beci
ents Mi and Mrs Jack i
."isn Maggiore, Coral i,
The future bridegn om I
son "i Mr. and Mi Pa
Diane Fleishman
To Wed Nov. 23
Diane Fleishman and Kenneth
Beckerman will be married y v
23 at the Concordia club in Pitts
burgh. Their betrothal is being
announced by the future bride-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
White, of Pittsburgh,
Mr Beckerman is the son of
Mrs. Frances Beckerman. 765 West
50th st., Miami Beach, and the
late Samuel Beckerman.
The bride-elect attended the Uni-
versity of Michigan and graduated
from the University of Pittsburgh
Her fiance is a graduate of the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology.
Single Adults Celebrate
\ tits i i tib : business
!:'-'! i" fessi ii I mi n and women,
i- celebrating it- sixth year with
a night club party Saturdd) even-
ing at the Shelborne h I
a:rs. mark weiss
Miss Goodman
Eyes Jen. Rttcs
Mr and Mrs C
r 6111 W 17th St.. W--
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Friday. November 2. 1962
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ISR4EL i: Greater Miami
I sore i Miami-Israel
. i Arts" dinner
even in 3 it the Fontaine-
rman of the
Division, Mrs Jack
greeted guests wear-
urqu iise and silver lame
Her sheath
. aist-length jack-
in ligan stj le and
.' sleeves.
II r wore a two.
bronze and gold
i bu jle beads were
1 1 {littering ball
. u. mmed the hem
iuse and the- ascol
-. exciting shade
- Ik ff in as the choice
1) \. iskal Her bod-
I in the surplice
iad narrow rhine-
;>. and the
the cla 5sic fullness
.' Benjamin I
the evening was
n and charcoal
- ent sequins di
: her sheath.
bj Mrs. David
figure molding
Grcssmans TeH
Tcby Gail's Troth
Mrs m B Grossman,
61 11 nounce the en-
laughter, Toby
Jer L iris, son of Sam
15 BSt 1 and the late
Ide-ele t is a junior at the
l ir-.ty of Miami, where she is
Dean's List She is vice
tr.t of C illege Board, pa.-\
idenl : Orange Key Lead-
honorary and AWS-Town
.1 i M hostess, secretary-
1 r of th freshman and
re class, and serves on
- ir) I of the dean.
- al 1 past president "f
B'rith Girls,
sid t of District ">.
iris Her sororiT)
l. Phi.
University of
; \ c bridegi
1 the General
:. e in Washington,
i !> with the
Ti easury Depart-
ROOM WANTED
SiarJ Optional!
tamily j, Mined College Boy,
C 'I 7-3 3- or 6-7 p.m.
HI 1-2179
COMPANION WANTED
( lonely '--..: in Widow
Nc jreinj. R>om tnd Board in
Air Cj r.i i.med Home.
HI 5-1203
sheath ol gold lame, and featur-
ing a folia e design of texture-
embossed gold leaves. Sleeve-
less, and with a bateau neckline,
only additional detailing on
the dress was a small Hat, self-
fabric b iv placed over one hip
Mrs Lillian Nelson chose the
classic black silk crepe. Her shift
silhouette featured a softly-drap-
e i bodice and a low scooped neck-
line Turqu >> chiffon was the
choice uf Mrs. Marvin Lewis, and
her gown ha I a low scooped
ncckli full skirt.
V *
kJRS. R berl Brenner's sheath
" was of midmghl blue lame.
Her neckline was as) metrically
draped to one side and caught
with a jeweled pin. Daughter
Ilelene chose a floor-length white
chantilly 11 e strapless gown, and
her bouffant skirl was created
with crs 1 lace A -ilk pr7
v ith a plui h m ckiin v as the
select ion t Mrs Donald Gn ene
i -..'< floral print was in
f red vhich com-
bined both lue and orange shad-
ings on 1 1 ackground of green
and l lac The -km featured the
controlled fullness of a modified
bell silhouette.
Burnt orange chiffon, complete-
ly covered with matching colored
sequins, was worn by Mrs. Sey-
mour Friend. Her skirt was a
sheath, with the bodice slightly
blouson. A powder blue silk
sheath was the choice of Mrs.
Rose Butler. Her bodice had a
deep V neckline, and featured
lace appliques trimmed with
rhinestones and pearl- Mrs. F.lly
Content chose a lame brocade
-heath in a paisley design of blue
and green on white.
Mrs. Jack Rabinovitch's gown
was long-sleeved in black illusion
with alencon lace appliques. A
black peau lie soie cummerbund
at the w.ii-i continued down the
back to form a pleated -kit:. A
mulberry-colored satin -heath
with a matching stole was the
choice of Mrs. Le<,:i Kronish, Her
be,lice was sequined, and also
featured crystal droplcttes Mrs
Louis Glasser's warped silk taf-
feta ensemble was in a water-
1 Dior wash prim of tones and
-hade- ol the newest and bright-
est of pinks. Mrs I. M Wein-
JWV Post Fetes
Kauffmcns Here
Mr and Mr- A Henry Kauffman
.'.ere guests of honor at a testi-
monial dinner given by the Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary, Posl 330.
Miami Beach, in recognition of
their "outstanding service to the
lerans of all w ars"
The couple have lived on Miami
Beach for the past 15 years, anil
Kauffman is nov r\ ii as com-
:. ander of the Legion ol Valor,
chapter 2.5.
He has the Distinguished Service
Cross, the Silver Star, the Purple
Heart with a cluster, and the Cov-
eted Award presented to him by
Gen. John J. Pershing
stein's choice for the evening v/i
a gold and silver lame brecade
sheath with a draped neckline.
|u|RS. Frank Marks wore a black
" wind sheath, which was
sleeveless and had a high neck-
line. "Spider webs ol rhine-
stones ma e her fire.-., eye-catch-
ing. A Hack peau de soie halter-
necked sheath was the choice of
Mrs Ann Schick, featuring over-
all embroidery in a floral motif
of black cavicr beads. Shell pink
illusion with chantilly lace ap-
pliques was worn by Mrs Ruin
Johnson Berger The pafern oi
the lace was detaile l with match-
ing colored iridescent sequins.
An emerald green silk ci
covered with matching colot c
satin bui le b< a Is, was Mrs Al
Harle's 1 h lice for Ihi
in j. Mrs. Austin Burke w ir
ess b ai k silk a'apaca, with
a bateau neckline and bell sil-
1 te skirt. R'- k v
choice ol Mi Anra Brenner Mey-
ers Her gov n was ol til )
lace and eml roid re I with black
iridescent se njins. A black v >
MRS. T03Y GROSSMAN
Emma Lazarus
Member Meet
Emma Laz irus chapter of B'nai
B'rith, Busine an I Professional
A men, will hold a member bring-
member part> on Sunday at 1:30
p.m Site will be the home of
Mr- Laura Weinstock, 5780 82nd st
Mrs Irving Herbert, program
vice president, will present Mrs.
David Sh.-ip.e-. districl -erv.ee of-
ficer
President of the group 1- Mrs
Ad. le Baum, and membership wee
president is Mrs. Ruth Bar-on.
Brandeis Hadassah Meeting
Brandeis group of Hadassah will
meet Monday. 11:30 a.m.. at the
Fontainebleau hotel.
They'll Beautify
Center Branch
Mrs. Jack Amazon was elected
president of the Women'.- Division
of the Miami YMHA Branch at a
special membership coffee last
week.
Also elected to office were Mrs
Herscbel Rosenthal, vice president
in charge of membership; Mrs
Stanley Spieler, vice president in
charge of program; Mr.-. Jerome
Kramer, secretary; and Mr-. Ar-
thur stein, treasurer.
At the meeting, conducted in the
home of Mrs Martin Belle, the
group undertook a program of sup-
port of "Y," and plan.- have al-
ready been made to raise fund- lor
it- project, which will be the beau-,
tification and renovation of the "Y"
facility al 450 SW 16th ave
Guest speaker was Mrs. Solomon
Kann, pasl president of the Miami
Beach YMHA Women's Division,
who discussed the history and ac
complishmenls of her group.
Next membership meeting will
be held on Tuesday, Nov 27, 10
a.m., at the home ol Mrs. Arlcne
Rome, 120 Shore dr \V Miami.
A'R. AND MRS. A. HNRY KAWMAN
vet sheath was worn by Mrs Mor-
r;- Luck, with bracelet-lengthi
s and a scooped neckline.
A white Milk brocade dinn-r
suit was the choice of Mrs. Irv i
Greene. Her sheath dress had a
-quared neiklme. and her hip-
length jacket was trimmed at the?
neckline with a collar of blaclc
diamond mink. Mrs. Joseph O h-
. n re a black alencon laca
shea'h, which was embroidered
th black cavier beads and jen
crv stal tea-droplettes.

MRS. Mux Weiti chose an j-
sembie she just bought r cent arcund-the-world tr'i
-. ial, gold, and silver, withi
a sheath and matching great coat.
is an invert 11
sc Mrs Si muel Frankel :
print c imbine i bronze, g -.l>
md was detailed wl tv
Her neckline -
md her bodice u is Ira >
iris. Daughter Fl r-
> satin I ..'-
Ii Her strapless bod-
ml lered *
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Nursery Schools
To bo Theme
I ... i rii ol V.I.I V "
a
arly childhood i
Southwesl YMHA
. i i Wed .;
lay e1 ~ ''" '
M .. lean B. S h rtz, n v
>d le-
speak 'I*
rj Sch i '
a 1. irtz was previ sly i r-
irk a
i .. i-
c.
. pTA (. v
that, in ai
p ttcr rst
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t HOSPITAL BOUQUETS
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Garden Club
Meeting Monday
Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club
will hold its first meeting at the
newly opened Miami Beach Car-
den Venter and Conservatory on
Monday noon. Theme of the after
noon will be "Houaewarming."
Mrs. Edwin B. Dean, national ac-
credited judge, will demonstrate
arrangements of leaves and plants
for permanent use in the home.
Mrs A Lester Stepner will sug-
gest "Landscape Tips."
On Tuesday, the club is holding
a house plant sale at the home of
Mrs. Seymour Rubin. 850 Lake
view dr.. from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
President of the group is Mrs.
Harry Moscoe.
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Friday, November 2
The Courier
C^era/a i^chwartx
Leonard Rosen, head of Gulf American Land, and J. A. Cantor,
with numerous Florida real estate investments, breathed much easier
at the cooling off oi the Cuba crisis, which had dropped the price of
stock prices related to realty holdings here Actually, of com--. Floi
Ida got its bis impetus from World War II. the Korean War. and now
the Cape Canaveral build-up.
Charles Friedlander is board chairman of Image, Inc.. new Una
public relations and marketing firm Saul Weingarten. executive
director of Lincoln Road Mall Assn., delighted over response to the
.Museum on the Mall, which will be shown here by arrangements with
the Ford Museum Akiva Goner is promoting a Queen of Clubs
contest for Zim Lines' Country Club cruises.
Jack S. Popick. president of Mechanics Uniform Service, returnei
vith Ruth this week from a trip to Washington, D.C., where brother
Nat was co-chairman with Abe Kay of a B'nai B'rith Foundation
dinner.

Alan (Pepe) Citron, newly-named managing editor of the Miami
Beach Sun. insists he can still fit into the same formal he wore when
he left as city editor of the same newspaper nine years ago for a New
Orelans public relations position Nathan Perlmutter. the able
executive director of Florida's Anti-Defamation League office, has a
concise and readable article on former Sen. Claude Pepper's bid for a
return to Congress in the current issue of the Nation. He points out
that Miami Beach Pepper country was artfully carved, but neg-
lect! to note that the remainder of Dade county also had a north-
south division, which left labor-strong areas in the same third district.
Jerry Berger. producer of the Builders Home Show slated NJov
22 to 27 at Beach Convention Hall, is plugging Operation Good Will,
a mobile trade fair which he will produce for a tour of 11 Latin Amer-
ican countries next summer Herbert L. Simon. Miami Board of
Realtors prexy. heads Miami's "Operation Fix-Up" campaign .
New president of a corporation which recently purcha>ed U.S. Cos-
metic Care, a subsidiary of Sandra de Haviland. Ltd., of London is
Armand Cerami. co owner of Tony's Fish Market

John Feller's all excited about opening of his new Johnnie and
Mack plant on N\V 36th St., with a big open house Sunday feting the
S300.000 facility Sam Liew. president of the Beach Jaycees i-
L.kinj time out 'rom All Chemicals Corporation duties to push for
rezoning of a residential let tor construction of a new synagogue by
Beth Israel. During i debate, the Junior Chamber supported the re
/ ning on grounds that the recent Supreme Court decision "created ..
vacuum of religion in the public scl making it necessary that
s\nau igues and churches fill the void."
lit A.-sn. <>f Greater Miami sol .> seminary f<>r clergj
of all faiths Thursday, with Drs. Enul Isberg and Louis Leml i
playing prominent roles. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, as past president
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. was to give the invocation
Mayor Kenneth oka planed to Montivideo, Uruguaj to repri
Beach at the International Union of Municipalities S
'' who doubles as the ho orary c i -
ia Las Vegas on city busini Add Dr
in" Beach ti cian, to the probable list of starters
( c derby next year Norman Broad, son ol Mr and Mrs
named "outstanding student" oi the Uni
-

- pres lenl of the Bank of Dade County
v th J iVeii on as board Surfside will
its new on Nov. 11, with Maj ir Sidney
Vice Mayor Lou Hoberman and Councilmen Lee Howard, Irving
promis to] tch acti\ities all day.
Numerous ; e backing the reapportionment amend-
inch will be on Tuesday's general election ballot so thej can
ood .-hot at Dados 15 new seats in the state legislature
An: those be >onv l for races d the amendment opposed by
0 1 :; Grand. R k ranee and quite a few "sleepers."
1962
Looking over the scale model of the SS Jerusalem, which ar-
rives in Miami Sunday afternoon for a season of Caribbean
cruises, are officers of the Greater Miami Israel Assn., spon-
sors of the Nov. 8 to 20 Shalom Cruise. They ere (left to right)
Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs. Ben Frankenstein, Ben Essen and Mr.
Frankenstein. The Jerusalem sails Sunday night on a cruise
to Nassau co-sponsored by the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and B'nai B'rith.
Shalom Cruise Even More 'Meaningful/
Reports Revitz as Cuba Crisis is Resolved
Temple Israel
Is Represented
Temple Israel of Greater
will be represented at the .
convention of the South,,*-
cil of the Union of Amerii
brew Congregations and S
v huh beg in this weekend in v
iile. Ala
Mrs. George Graham
.1. seph Bulbin will be s .
elegati an i Mey er Ki
rack Levkoff, '.>: Joseph l; \
nil F iv a:- ('. hen for ,:
i nnvention.
pie Israi adm
'irector, E 1 Cohen, will c< I
-i minar on "H ard Resp
it Mobile. From their h
leave for the 21st annual >
''on of the National Assn ol Ten
pie Administrators in llousti
will be moderator of a Clini
Problem.-, there.
Cooling of the Cuban crisis heat-
ed interest in the 1962 Shalom
Cruise of the Creator Miami Israel
Assn i'> president. Maurice Re-
vitz. reported Wednesday.
Revitz said there are still some
resen ations available for the No*
s to 20 cruise to seven Caribbean
islands Ihe SS Jerusalem
The> may be secured at the Zim
Lines i ffici 107 Line.'In rd.
"In view of the recent crisis,
our peace and good-will mission
assumes even large proportions,"
Leonard Solomon, a founding of-
ficer of the association, asserted.
The Shalom Cruise, designed to
i L'nn
States rai I ai
ill depar
1 I '
klartii
the Virgin Islands and the Domi-
nician Republic,
Patron^ ol the cruise -ire I-rael
Consul and Mrs Zeex Z Dover
other officers of the sponsoring
Greater Miami Israel Assn include
Ben E'sen, Phil Revitz, .lack S
Popick, Max Weitz, Ben Franken-
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Dinner Saturday fo Honsr Levlnthal;
I H( N rm Ccr tee Her
Shown rehearsing a key scene in "Sabrina Fair," which will
be presented by the Temple Israel Players on Nov. 17 to 19,
are Joseph Gardner, Seymour Eisenield, and Kathy Lewy.
Ail staging, scenery, lighting and direction are by Temple
members.
Union of American Hebrew Congregation
Plans Regional Conference This Weekend
By Special Report
record attendance >i( lay anil
rabbinic loaders will be gathcre I
'i.- week [or thr biennial confer
Sou heasl Council ol
Union ol American Hebrew
re tions i M biie, Ala from
ij through Monda> a) the Ad
,1 Si mines hi lei,
rence will be held joint'
i ihi uthi asi District of
National Fedt ration i I remple
- -terhoods,
e Count ol the
VHC Thr L'nion is the central
i Ration bodj of 640 Reform
h 'i n i les in the United
ites, Canada, Panama, and the
ili West Indies, with a mem-
:> ol over one million.
Greater Miamians to partici-
oate in the deliberations include
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, spiri-
'ual leader of Temple Beth Am,
So, Miami, who will present the
nvocatior. at a luncheon Sunday,
whose theme is "Story of Our
Camp," and Edward Cohen, ad-
ministrative d'rector of Temple
israel, who will be principal
speaker at a workshop on Temple
Administration en Sunday from 2
o 4 p.m.
bi Maurice II Eisendrath
VHC president, will a Idress the
J~) i r / L J .i ; c
F irsl child, David Howard, born
"I 18 to Mr and Mrs. Jay I. Gold-
i r. of Miami Beach, Grand
i nta are Mr. an.! tin Abe
iff.
* *
Born to the former Loretta Rest-
baum and Lloyd Arnel. of Scars-
i NY on Oct 12. a daughter,
Lisa, The Kcstenbaums also have
son Ross, 3. Grandparents are
'Hi Mrs, Samuel Kestenbaum,
'f Miami
conference al the banquet session
on Sunday evening.
Other speakers include Rabbi Er-
win I. Herman, director of region
;il activities of the L'AHC; Gun-
her Lawn nee, \ VHC director ol
publ'c informal ion. Mi !\ in T
- Council pr< -
. Km \\ ille, Ti i n M ss .lane
ns exei uti> c director of the
Nati ii al I < i Ten.
sisterhoods; Mr- Drej fus.
Sr | nt of the S ithe, I I
eratioi f Ti pie Sis!
minpham, Ala : ai Rabbi Hi
I skirl).ill. iciati ti r ctor ol
the National !' pie Y<
The : worship sen ices,
stud) sessiot : it hi s
cn\ er i \ arict> ol top i 'I he 150
dele ati nsidci su< h issw -
a- the effi -' ol thi S i] r< me Court
... blic edu-
i lion on thi coi the
Southeast, how to m< I I he m> -
ing nei eligi "i-
-, h mi- unaffilial
i d j( ish fam ies I
R e t o i pi
Ii r undi ; idi
non-Jews,
rams for
the youi men n en in the
temple
A special luncheon meeting on
Sunday will be devoted to the
work cf the new region camp,
the Unior-lnstitute located in
Cleveland, G*. Alvin Hamburger,
of Atlanta, Ga will report on
the first year's activities of the
camp project. Films of the
year's camp sessions will be
shown.
On Sunday afternoon, temple
representatives will attend a series
of three workshops on synagogue
administration and financing, pub
licit v and public relation-, and
youth, The Sisterhood represents
lives will hold their workshops sim-
ultaneous!) on human relations and
SEFTS presidents' leadership train-
ing programs
ent i

H< : salem,
the Division ol
\mei I f thi Hel i
I'ni' lini er at
the Fontaim hotel Satur-
. 5
i; al i omn ittei "aware
thai tion ol Judgi Levin-
thai h 'i international post
honors Great Miami equally, ex-
pec- fu mity participation
on Ih haopj asion." il was an-
5 Ii airier and
M i Revitz. dinner chairmen.
Temple Israel
Plcyers Stage
'Sabrina Fair'
Thi i | Israi Players v ill
maki t on the loi dra
matii i\hei pn ent
- Fair" thi ol
Mi v 17. 18 ai I stage i I
the VIorris 1 n Auditorium.
ally as a Drama
Workshop for Temple Israel ol
Greater Miami members, under the
professional direction of Mrs Jos-
eph Portnoy, the Players have be-
come a cohesive eroup which is
-elf-sufficient in its own ranks,
from actors to scenic designers and
lighting experts.
In selecting "Sabrina Fair" as
its initial production, the Players
chose a comedy which was a
great success both on Broadway
and as a motion picture.
Cast members for this presenta-
tion are Kathy Lewy, Stella Aus-
lander. Ira Mogul, Seymour Kisen-
ti Ul. Rhea Gladwin, Joseph Gard-
ner. Renee Hurwitz, Debi Hoffman.
Kathy Wells. Jay Kaplan. Marlene
Gerstein, Clifford Gordon and Ar-
nold Scher
Sue Moss and Sally v irken are
the set desigi d Juli Wern-
er i. in char i f building of the
in- William Schiff, Ii thts;
Elma Ettmai and Hi i i Narot,
tnthony Lane,
managi r i und out the back-
Ira Mogul is in
(sales
Pie;id?nt cf the local division.
Jack S Poplck. said that Judge
Levinthal has recently returned
from the university campus, and
the meeting will hear an up-'o-
thc-minute report on Israel ar.d
the role that education plays in
the present world crisis."
er com mi',:..... are
Sidnej Ansin, Rabbi M lyer Abram-
owitz. Mr and Mrs. I harles Char-
cowsky, Emil Friedlander, Harry
um.:. Henry Gilix it. Ben Giller,
Mrs. Rhea C, Gladwin, Mrs. Louis
r, Jack D Gordon, Dr. Philip
GOtlieb, Dr .1 A, Greenhouse. Mrs.
Trudy Hamerschlag, Louis Hirsch,
Samuel Lachman, Dr. Meyer B,
Mark- Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers
star.li> C Myers, Hon, Kenneih
Oka Da\ id Pr ivus, Jack S Popick,
Maurice R i itz, Jacob Rifkin, Leo
Robinson, Mrs Oida C R
i is R ;. >] muel T
ipiro, Mi
Stimiu I Simonh fl Hon, Hat
Spai H
man. Dr Ji si ph .! A'eidbert i
. Wi :/..
JUDCt LOUIS LIVWHAl
rrocesds hr Kitchen
Sistci t Jew sh
i: --
' P
ertaki
* + + + ****** + + + + + + + + *. + +* + + + + + + + +
Let's Keep AMERICA
| on the go! *
RE-ELECT CONGRESSMAN
DANTE
Democrat 4th Cong. District
Beth David USY
Sets Schedule
Beth David L'SY will be the host
this Saturday evening to a gala
I | ant sj dance in Spector
Hall. Dancing will be to the music
, the "Bon-Bons "
c:: Sui day, the l SY will hold a
s nth Florida sub-regional con-
i-iavi at remple Beth Torah from
Id to i p.m On Monday, members
will hoi i an executive board meet-
.; at B< th David
On the teen-agers "ill
: n akfi -t and in
So> |S and 25, 'here will be
.1 membership meetings in
the Youth Loui Beth David.
'Gay Nineties'
Due at Zamora
Temple Zamora Sisterhood will
have a "Gay Nineties" night at
the Temple on Saturday, Nov 17
Entertainment will feature a sex
tet of singing waiters. Harry Pines,
joe Kwarl I'y Spector, Billy Leav
itt. Joel Cohen and Sam Miller.
with Mrs. Sheila Steinberg at the
piano.
Also to be prevented is a skit
with Herman Douglas as a key
stone cop. a silent film, and danc-
ing
Serving on the committee with
Mrs Harriet Spector. chairman,
are Mrs Ruth Sluiman. Mrs Sya
Cohen and Mrs Alma I'.rooks
DANTE FASCELLS PLATFORM
TO KEEP AMERICA ON THE GO!
if Continued efforts to combat the menace cf
ernational communism .
if I ed-efforts to crush regime
jba and halt its ma ignai I I in the
western hemisphere .
ic Cont nued efforts to maintain an alert
ii ly strong America .
if Continued efforts to ... potential
d the re S rida .
if Continued efforts to improve me econc c strength
cf the United States .
if Continue to give personal and i ition to
any problem brought to me by any constituent
from my District.


CONGRESSMAN DANTE FASCELL is pledged to keep
America on the go! Let's re-elect a man of PROVEN
ABILITY and ACHIEVEMENT for an "A-OK" AMERICA
... an America that will continue on a GO" course
in the future!
IF YOUR HOMIE OR PLACE OF BUSINESS NEEDS
ROOF ATTENTION
NOW is the time to CALL HI 5 2443
MONTGOMERY ROOFING
KKKK BSTI MATES
369 GRANELLO AVE. _______.
CORAL GABLES
Rabbi Shapiro to Speak
Rabbi Norman N Shapiro will bo
- speaker on radio station
\\ GBS this Sundaj at 9 15 a m
His topic ili be "What Ails Is?"
PULL LEVER 2A
Pd. lor by Slate Democratic Committee to He-elect Dante fascell
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rJenistflcridKan
Friday, November 2.
1962
Bond Sales Hit $1714,300 as Miamians
Turn Out in Force to Honor Quintet
Israel Bond sales in Greater
Miami reached a tola! of $1,714,300
by the end of the Miami-Israel Fes-
tival of the Arts dinner Sunday
tight at the Fontainebleau hotel, it
was announced by Samuel Fried-
land, chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization.
The new total was attained fol-
lowing the initial presentations ol
the Miami-Israel Cultural Awards
( ducted by l)r Henry King Stan-
ford, president ot the Universitj i
Miami.
The gala fjnetion, included, in
additon to the Cultural Awards
teremony, a premiere showing of
rew Israel art works and a fash-
.:- presentation featuring the
-;~ied Dior-Israel collection.
.... keynol
(,: ;\i i v ening whe i sci:'
< th< Mi: mi < mmui '>'- r ?ar
fcr Israel, "not only as a brave na-
tion but for its cultural achieve-
ments."
Recipients oi the Miami-Israel
Cultural Awards were poet Robert
Frost, cellist Leonard Rose, author
Philip Wylie. scientist Joseph Wiv
and architect A. Herbert Matties.
In accepting his award. Frost, a
parti-time resident of Miami, pen-
ned a special message for the oc-
casion, in which he compared mod-
rn Israel's heroic struggle for in-
dependence with the bravery of the
Israelites of old.
Wrote Frost: "As everybody
must krow, I am in favor of
brave rations, little and big. I
have b?e'i a Baltour Israelite
from a'oretime, and w;s recent-
ly romantically confirmed in my
pelit'ci when I stood face to face
with Neherriah. (he Restorer, in
person by 1lu great stones in Situ
{[ happened on all by myself) of
the wall resto'^d thret-lhousand
lHl'i CM CAN-CAN
".. x. :: Revui will
ess
-' I'
Eeach
the Cat
I. Above ::
1 e the Can Can D< -.cars,
' ]a-
. obs, Mrs. He n 1 y Cooper-
Mis. Stcn
as. Below [left to right are
the Bill Bailey Dcncers, Mrs.
Sylvia Smith. Mrs. Stanley
3S, end Mrs. Henry Ccop-
eismith. Under the direction
ri Mrs. Henry B. Wernick,
"ter coordinator for Ha-
c~=sah Medical Center, the
t."o-.v will feature music di-
verted by Mrs. Murry I. Hos-
enthal, with choreogrcphy
y Mrs. Pat Russell.
V^=r
ryr examinations
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FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
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years ago in defiance of Sanbalat.
His is one of the most stirring
stories of the Bible, one children
are not able to hear enough of.
I trust you will read it again now
to pleas, me, if I may be your
guide in reading by way of thank-
ing you for this honor."
Nomination.- for the awards were
made by a committee of distin-
guished citizens headed by Dr.
Stanford as chairman with Fried
land, and J. Neville MeArthur. Mi-
ami civic and business leader, as
co-chairmen.
I)r Stanford pointed out thai
each of the honorees has made a
iistinct contribution to Israel in
his Own area ol endeavor. Frost,
at the age of 87. lectured at trie
Hebrew University. Philip Wylie -
literarj work-, both in the original
and in translation, are being wide-
I) circulated in Israel. Leonard
Rose, world renowned cellist, has
performed extensively with the Is-
raeli Philharmonic.
Dr. Joseph Weil, dean of the
. neering at the l ni
it; ol Florida, was a consultant
in the establishmenl of Israel's
And A Herb rl
Mathes, a leading Miami architect.
v as consultanl in the construction
ol Israel's three major hotels, t'/
L.-J**V
Alvin Cassel and Mrs. Milton Marguhsdis
Pan fcccadia and the Dan Camel. Understanding, a series oi eiqht programs tc
He is consultanl architect for the ing the season by the Greater Miami chapter,
civic auditorium in Haifa ish Committee, over WTHS ch. 2.
cuss "See'i
be oiiere^
America:-.
s
An overflow audience of more
than 750 heard Ph'lip Wylie call
upon "the reactivation of love" in
the struggle for human survival
in our time
The dinner was preceded by a
preview of a collection of new
works by Israel's leading artists
brought to Miami for the occasion
bj Ytinka Mann, director of the
Jerusalem Art Center.
The Dior-Israel Festival of fash-
ions, highlighting haute couture
creation- by the famed House of
Dior and the leading designers of
Israel, featured Miss Israel of 1962.
Judith Mazor. as t,i>hion commen-
tator.
Participants in the porgram in
itii to Dr Stanford. Fried-
land, .1 Neville MeArthur i nd the
honorees were V'.- Jack Katzmat
chaii : the Israel B W
1 < Division; Mrs Emil Morn
(hi it a ol the I shion presi
1 : : tl i :.
esident ul I
Max Orovil
in< r; 1
Abrai K
AJC Chapter Slates TV Series
The American Jewish Committee,
in cooperation with the Communitj
Television Foundation, will present
a series of eighl Human Relations
programs on ch. 2. WTHS. thi- sea-
"Seeds of Understanding
series title, will i< prod
Mrs Milton Margulis. ex
board member oi AJC Ser
ho-t and moderate r will b, Al\:
ami.
t celebration of their tenth tassel, vice president of the
anniversary of the chapter in Mi- live board, forrmr pro-,
Jewish Family and Children -
vice, and natior.al board 1
, f Hias
First program. U I e viev N
5, at 9:30 p.m.. will feat
film, "Brotherhood ol Man
ial guesl will be th K-". J
Leonard, chaplain of Wesl
Chapel at the I ersit]
"The pi ogt desi
highlight the cot
e to
nei ;' v

1 Ni **. 1 I w
Academy
Miss Berkovv'itz
Mrs, Joseph 1 resident
ol Hebrew Academy Women, has
ite i Miss Sue B< rkow hi a?
chairman of the Hebri Acad( mj
dedication journal
Miss Berkowitz is secretary of
the Miami Beach Taxpayers A- n
and a director ol the Bureau "!
Jewish Education and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
she serves u a Pink Lady in the
Patients Library of ML Sinai Hos-
pital, and was recentlj awarded a
1,700-hour Service Pin. she is also
a member of the board of govern- -'"dca.
ors of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
Miss licrkowit/ rccen
MA degrees from New York Uni-
versity, and was a teacher in the
Ne York City school system for
man)
Men's Club Has
Golf Tcurrtey
- Club 1 B< ". D
held its fir-l
!
The highest 1
Lubel; the
Dian
Oth nni r<
r irvii
U U >u Herbert I
Mitt hell Goldman, M ,v
Harrj Dian md \ e Kri
./ l)r Morris A Kit imai Si m
uel Miller, Edward Rubin, am!
1 uel 1 Sonny 1 Schafer.
Label Katz Will
Speak Here for
Reform Campaign
Label A Katz, president of B*nai
r.'rith, will I" 11 speaker at
the annual kick.!: dii r for I 1
Combim Campj 1 I American
Reform Judai 1 at tl e Dui
I
Si \
hole the to]
;
.. 1 a 1< idi r
The six koi ral bj i
liami j
are spoi
purpi 'i is 1 rlrt ./ ppoi
II c nat ioi f Reforn
Juda si I 'nion I
li e Jew ish Inst m : Ri li|
and the Hebrev
1 n ;n ations
Robert H. N'i
chairman Co 1 I 1 James
\1 Alb< rl and David J Light, and
Temple chairmen an Murraj Dub-
bin, Beth Am: Pi ul R, Goron, Beth
Sholom; Arnold Wisser, Hialeah
Reform: Jack 1. Levkoff, Temple
Israel. William .1 Wl issal, Temple
and Berl Di 1 Mm, Tempi)
Sinai.
Greater Miami representatives
on the board of trustees of the
Union ol American Hebri >\ Congre-
gatioi 5 an San A Goldstein, Dav-
id J. Light, H(iir> E Wolff and
I ouis E Wolfson
An added l< al in of thi even
am I] hi ihtlighl the
ogram I teen-agi rs al
the net 1 amp (or the Si

Rabbi Her
Sholon ho si n 1 camp
staff last sun n pn pan d
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Sukkah Builders
Win Awards
Jill 1
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Margoles, Carj
drew Sandier, witl Mind;
rt-cei> ing a spt cii rd
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PI A president at cha r< 1
SI 1 \ ices. Judge- 1 -1 ;
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Dignified, beaut.fu! and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed levedc-.es are
a source
comfort
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im, which is planned to out
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Friday, November 2, 1962
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SCOPE
by ALAN SHECTER
t does it feel like to have
iour life threatened by a racial
>t who has been described
an "extremely dangerous
by Miami police0
Tali energetic Richard K. Ger
will have to live with the
threat of his assassination as
as I'unald Branch is alive.
I lorida State's Attorney has
i --fully prosecuted Branch
and won two six-year convictions
- the vicious threat to his
his efforts.
Gerstein says "no com-
to this Damocles gword
Iging over his head. It is
asure of the man that he
: concerned about prin-
and the law than about his
,il safet) Florida law go\
possession and trans)
; expl ishes is ina I
n flatly i
- thi :'.' \t Slate I c
pi II thi lav
W : !ii!> .1- ..
"uting for Miami
: .i i t li .:.
' i '
work ;i- chair-
i i nrpi i
Singi p Hist liii I'll
hore
livei sit) id Miami As
an nl D ide's Industrial
l im mission, Singer
li nl that business leaders
contribute this sum for .i
tiding to house the most
I electronic computer
Florida has ever seen.
i believes the computer
;reatlj to this area's fa-
(oi luring more industrial
ment. Thus, he has volun-
eered to sell other businessmen
on contributing to the project.
Competing and Computing
i i inputer systems a
all, hard to come by.
I lu.ii I ,i Fox foresees
Renowned Cellist
To Perform Here
Parnas, the American-
i innii cellist, will
i lorida debut with the
> nl Miami Symphony Or-
on Sunday and Monday
v<\ i! and 12, the or-
sei ond pair <>i com i i
Fal lien Ses itzkj wnl
form Camllle
- i onci i to for Cello ind
and Peter llyitch Tchai
Rococ i Variations "
Stemming from a musical fam-
the 32-year-old cellist began
ItudUl at the Community
Music School in St. Louis, and
continued his education at the
lis Institute in Philadelphia un-
d i the tutelage of the renowned
' Gregor Piatigorsky. Par-
ade his debjt in the con-
t world at 15, and at 23 be-
"io first cellist with the St.
Symphony Orchestra.
Parnas played ;i distin-
: le ai the Pablo Casals
- ol Music in Prades,
and Puerto Rico. In
an extensive Euroi i
ning the Italian Radio Mel
international conti st for
icians
f'ag\er Membership Party
in Fla ei Granada
the Sisterhood in
iendship Club will
membership party Saturday even-
irium An orchestr i
II furnish the music foi
rtainment,
Tribute to Moskowitz
At the closing Sabbath summer
services at the Sterling hotel, Emil
Moskowitz was given a "tribute oi
apprecaition." Moskowitz served
as rabbi at the services, Mr. and
Mrs. Moskowitz are now ba
home in Passaic. N .1 where
he i- chairman ol the board
Jersey Rug and Cai Thej
will retu the Sterling on Dec
the w inter se
Ner Tamid Men
To Hear Debate
, cluh at I'' mple Ner Tamid
; spoi irii : i blw i I ank It ve al
n Sunday Blood don
ve .i turkej
First dinner meeting <>l the Men's
Club will be held on Wednesday,
Michel's restaurant on
Normandj
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will act
n [or a discussion on
.Me,iu,.re' bj two phj sicians an 1
an a.....
Evenii : will include music and
ing
vastly-improved learning propen
sities for collegians if Singer is
successful and the computer is
installed at the university. Chair-
man of the schools Marketing
Department, Fox says a number
of UM courses will be revised to
take advantage of the computer
equipment.
"There will be exciting results
when students try to 'fight' the
computer." predicts Fox. "While
tuning their minds to beat the
machines, they will absorb more
learning in a shorter time be-
cause of the challenge."
Two Points of View
outspoken Miami Beach Coun-
cilman Melvin Richard urges
\uters to reject the proposed re-
apportionment plan in Tuesday's
.hi. "We have a right to
represents-
,- -i e, and we can
before th next gislature
: cted,"
M et rii i on n ission
Mex G '
The iosed reappor
in is not thi
con
tti : I an it we've
irdon tells
Gordon saj he studied the
. and feels it is in
the be.-t interests ol Dade coun
tj that il i ; asse I He believes
. n hi the plan will form a
good basis for still fairer re-
apportionment in the future,
ANSWER COMING
Question of the Week: Will
Dade county's builders of homes
.mil apartment houses actually
sell and rent to Negroes when
President Kennedy issues his
executive order banning racial
discrimination in Federally assis-
ted housing? Nearly a dozen
Jewish and non-Jewish builders
participating in the FI1A pro-
gram were asked this question. [
Not one of them is willing to be i
quoted on the explosive issue. |
The answer will be given when
the President issues the order |
probably before the end of the
year Negroes are bound to test
it.
Youth Orchestra
To be Heard
Recently-organised Miami Beach
Youth Symphony Orchestra, under
the direction of B Warren Siguor,
will .present its premiere concert
on Sunday evening at Ida M. Fish-
er Junior High School Auditorium.
Miss Carol Donn. coloratura so-;
piano, will be featured soloist. Also
to appear as guest artist is Miss
Selaine Benaim, pianist.
Signer is orchestra director of
Miami Beach High School and a
violinist with the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra.
The youth uroup is composed of
musicians under 21 years of age
Parents to Meet
Academy Faculty
Parents of Hebrew Academy stu-
dents will meet with the Hebrew
and English teachers on Thursday.
Nov. 8. according t Mrs. Sheldon
Dearr, PTA president.
During special conferences to be
held from 8 30 to 3 30, members
ol the I iculty will be a projected
view of the year's i dui ational pr
m .md discuss the indivi
res if st
- I. Horo\ itz, ,i--;-'
principal ii ar
ements for thi nee
Rabl er S Gross, prin-
rti "the confer-
- follow ibution oi the
first 11 port i ards, and w ill -
as an excellent mi dium to make
enl i are ol their children's
scholastic achievements, and ways
in which parents can help the
school in maintaining maximum
parent-teacher cooperation."
Alison Podel (left), president of the Greater Miami Federation
of Temple Youth, discusses final plans for the Nov. 2 to 3
"conclavette" with members of Temple Judea of Coral Gables
Youth Group. Left to right are Miss Podel; Marsha Goldberg,
secretary; Eric Balber, vice president; Stuart Jasper; Lou^
Toback, president.
Judea Youth Map Gathering
ilar Frid sep
Templi


;
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Mrs (scar Fi-
rate, wil >1 ciati Th
"Al Capoi
. ill be delivered I i
son of Dr, ai I Mrs
133] s\\ 15th st
After Saturday sen i
lunch, the group wil luct sem
to be
v. tecut i
tior.s : i social
fund-rai I
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Half Century For Halperns
Half century of marriage was
celebrated by Mr. and Mrs Ellas
Halpern last Sunday with a cock
tail party in their home at 2153
No Bay dr.
Festivities continued with the
Halperns and their 26 guests enjoy-
ing dinner and the show at La
Ronde supper club of the Fontaine
bleau hotel.
The Halperns were married in
Cambridge, Mass.. and lived /
Boston until the spring of 1951.
when they moved to Miami Beach
Members of Temple Emanu-KI.
Halpern is treasurer of "The Forty-
Miners" there. He also belongs to
the ZOA. B'nai B'rith. and Ameri-
can Society for Technion.
Mrs Halpern is a member of
T e m p 1 e Bmanu-EI Sisterhood.
Women's Division of Technion. Ml
Sinai Hospital Auxiliarv, Hadassah,
I lev -ii Home for the Age i
High spot of the 50th anniver-
sary party was the presentation of
j bronze plaque to the couple by
their nave and nephew, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip F. Thau.
Friends and relatives present tn-
eluded Mr and Mrs. Morris Hirsch,
Iir and Mrs Adolfo Fastlicht, of
Mexico City, Mrs. Rebecca Hilsen-
rad, Mrs, tille Pines, and Mr. an I
Mrs. Abraham Trunks.
From Dorchester, Mass., came
Mr and Mrs Ben Yanofsky, an 1
localites were Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Thaw. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan,
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Shaneueid,
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Spiegel, .n 1
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hagler
MR. AND MRS. MAS HALPERN
Moadon to Honor
Israel Travelers
A reception given by the Hebrew
uage "Moadon" on Satui
vening al the Washington Federal
Sui ings and Loai Assn 1234 Was*
ii gton ave will honor members
. ho \ isited Israel during the sum
mer.
Guests of honor will be Rabbi
Shimon Azuli, Dr and Mrs lsaa<
L'nterman, Mrs. Nettie Goldstein,
Mr and Mrs Aaron Uebman, Mr
and Mrs David Freedman, and
md Mrs Nathaniel Soroff.
Guest speaker will be Isaia M,
Adler, educator and falmudic
scholar, whose topic will be "Origin
Substance ol Rabbinic Ordina
lion." Adler recently moved to
Miami from Indianapolis
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Friday, November 2. 19S2
JLjctv <^yVtitzvah
Robert Sandier
Robert Ira. son of Mr and Mrs
I scar Sandier, will become Bar
Mitzvah at services conducted by
Rabbi Norman N Shapiro on Sat-
urday mornmj;. Nov. 3. in the main
sanctuary of Beth David Congre
gation.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at Ponce de Leon Junior
liiuh and a sport enthusiast.
Following services his parents
v ill host the Kiddush.
V V
Stan Glickman
Saturday morning services, Nov.
3. at Temple Zamora will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Stan Glickman
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will officiate.
The celebrant is the SOD Ol Ml
an.l Mrs Benjamin Glickman. lid
Zamora. Cora] Gables, and grand-
si n of Mr and Mrs Sam Silver
slein.
He is a junior a: Ponce de Leon
Junior High.
Sandy Blackman
Sandy Blackman will be Bas
Mitzvah at Temple Judea on Sat
Sandy Blackman Robert Sandier
Sidney Kaskey Stan Glickman
* f
i morning, New 3, with Rab-
bi Mordceai 1'ooet officiating
An eighth grade student at South
Miami Junior High, she plays in
the school concert orchestra, and
participates in the athletic pro-
gram. Valedictorian of her Hebrew
school graduation class, the cele-
brant wa.- a straight A student, and
will continue with her Studies
there
Mr and Mrs. Edward Blackman.
57741 SW 84th pi.. So. Miami, will
host the Oneg Shabbal on Fridaj
evening and the Kiddush following
the ceremony in honor of their
hter.

Howard Katz
Bar Mitzvah of Howard Katz will
be observed during services Satur-
day morning, Nov. 3, conducted by
Rabbi Maurice Klein at Southwest
Jewish tenter.
An eighth grade student at Rock-
way Junior High, the celebrant's
outside recreations include horse-
back riding and bowling.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Katz will
honor their son at a reception in
their home, 8501 SW 33rd ter fol-
lowing the ceremony.
* *
Alan Leventhal
On Saturday morning. Nov. 3,
Alan, son of Mr and Mrs. Bernard
Leventhal, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Zion. with Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman officiating.
An eighth grade honor student
at Kinloch Junior High. Alan plans
to continue his studies in the Tem-
ple confirmation class
Grandson of Mr, and Mrs. Will-
iam Richard and Mrs Ann Leven-
thal, the Bar Mitzvah will be hon-
ored by his parents at the Kiddush
following the service-.
Sidney Kaskey
Rabbi Morn.- A Skop will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mit/.vah of Sid
ney Kaskey during services Satur-
day morning, Nov. 3. at Temple
Beth Shiran.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at Cutler Ridge Junior
High, and hi- hobby is carpentry
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Kaskey,
SW 156th st and daughters
Dera and Eda-Phyllis will be hosts
. Kiddush following the ceremony.
Fred Berkowiti
Bar Mitzvah of Fred Berkowitz
will be observed on Saturday morq-
\n\ 3, during services at
regation Beth El, conducted
bj Rabbi Solomon Schifl
An eighth grade student at ponce
de Leon Junior High, the celebrant
I- the -on ol Mr. and Mr-. Harold
Berkowitz, 44o Castonia ave ("oral
Gables
Philip Berkowitz, honorary IIIi-
president ot the congregation, i-
the Bar Mitzvah's grandfather
* *
William Galinsky
Rabbi Tiber 11 stern will offic-
iate Bl the Bar Mitzvah of William
Paul, son ol Mr. and Mrs Han*)
<; Galinsky, 1470 Lincoln ter dur
ing services Saturday morning,
Nov. 3, at Congregation Beth
Jacob
William is an eighth gra !e -Mi
dent at Ida M. Fisher Junior High,
and is an active athlete
Mr and Mrs Harry Shapiro are
grandparents ol the celebrant.
Harvey Bennett
in. Saturday morning, Nov. 3. at
the Israelite (.'enter. Harvey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bennett. 13201
SW 83rd ave Kendall, will be Bar
Mitzvah. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate.
Harvey is a student at the Cen-
ter's religious school, and attends
Palmetto Junior High
In honor of their son's Bar Mitz-
vah, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat on Fri-
day evening.
Planning a Nassau cruise aboard the SS Je-
rusalem'on Sunday are seated < left to right!
Bernard Katz, Louis'B. Rudnick, and Jacob Rif-
kin. Standing (left to right' are Eph Collins.
Herman Weintraub, Morris Simon, Joseph
Mechlow, Josh Rechun, Gil Rappaport, and
Abe Grunhut. chairman. The SS Jerusalem,
with some 3C0 members of the Gr*nt=r Miami
District of the Zionist Organization c: A-
icu aboard, will sail from Pier 3. Abraham
Grunhut. chairman of the cruise, said \Y\e
Jerusalem will be used a<- a hotel in Nassau.
with social events planned on the ship, in-
cludina two orchestras for dancing. Kosher
meals ore optional. The Jerusalem will re-
turn to M'nmi on Wednesday morning.
Seaboard Lists Faster Schedules Starting Dec. 15
Following a record-breaking
peacetime volume ol Florida sum
mer travel on it- S'lver Mete ir
and Silver Star streamliners Sea
board Railroad is planning im
proved schedules from and to the
north for the winter season com
mencing Dec. 15
According to W J
eral passenger agent
in Miami, the silver
will offer the public
two departures daily
Ficht, cen
ol S'- iboard
streamliners
a choice of
from Miami
"This double-daily selection of
fine treamliners, together with
stepped up schedules and the
many exceptional features to be
found aboard Seaboard's silver
fleet, are sure to he we'l re-
ceived by the traveling public,"
he said.
to Washington.
New York
Detailing the equioment and
service personnel advantage! of
the Silver Meteor and Silver Star.
he stated. "First, there's the de
Philadelphia and pendability of all-weather travel
which railroads can offer
People like to know Chat
arc definitely going to Wave and
arrive according to then pis -.
which may include hotel reserva-
tions and appointments upon 'heir
arrival in the north Then too the
peace of mind and comfort of mod-
ern streamliner travel i- a
'factor with many experiei
travelers.
"Modern private-room Pul
and the most modern center!.
reclining seat coaches provide a
wide range of accommodal
Put him in the driver's seat!
Harvey Btnnatt William Galinsky
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5day. November 2, 1962
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[eth Am Leaders
)ff fro Confab
- : .lives from Temple
\mi HitendinK ihe bi-annual
tion of ihe National Feder-
remple Sisterhoods and
., n ol American Hebrew
,at ions, Southeast region,
in Herbert M. Baumgard;
pn sident, Joseph A"
, .Hid Mrs Altschuller; Sis-
I president, Mrs. Byron
and Mr Cherkas; Mr
George Malin, and Mrs.
s, al
, held m Mobile, Ala., at
i \ Imiral Sennes hotel, the con-
is scheduled from Nov. 2
h 5.
il guest at services Friday
in Temple Beth Am will be
Marius Ranson, formerly of
i Emanuel, Ft. Lauderdale.
on Sunday morning, 1" a in .
Milton A. Friedman will
,it a Brotherhood breakfast
.eld in the Temple. His topic
, "Inside Pacts of Jewish
it) Chairman is Edward

;!i Molien. president of the
i i id, announces that plans
icon completed tor the father
i hild dinner to be held on
21 at the Temple. Arthur
/ i- chairman, with Robert
md Mike Schaeffer in charge
b rtainment. Banjo Billy will
the singing and entertainment
he evening.
OLitn
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
a v i c s
SIMON SiF.GEL
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M.i. ill avi Miami Beach,
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a v( uli -
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l hn s Oct. 23
Rlvi i-i Ii Memorial Chain I, Alton
SAMUEL SHATTAN
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Sun l\ or* in wife,
Muriel h Hon. Mannle; .. daughter,
Mrs. Ann*1 J.-rvIs, aiej fiair gran.l-
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ALBERT JOHNSON
Itlvl. i.. ill I'olH Saldi k,
II. i-ami ii- r- rti
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<.| .ii- r i hvi Miami
died Mel 22 He i imi here
l! \ -.. i from Erie I 'a and was
.in ai'ai iin.m lions., ownei ll. was
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I i- w il' M.I11 Ii. I \\ >. .-">ns. a
In ithti-r, i brother, n Nlsti r and five
grandchildren Services were in Rlv-
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AARON SHAPIRO
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H....... hen 1! yi im fr n "lex
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I wo -'. and foui Ii 'ulili .-n.
Sei vlcei. ivi'i..... I n Riverside
Memorial chapel, Normandy Isle.
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ADOLF GERDWAGEN
I \'i: ..' .1 -' died ft. 21.
, i. years ago from New
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Religious Zionists
Cite Merwitzer
- Merwitzer, of 1361 Eucfid
Miami Beach philanthropist
. -i lenl of the Hebrew Acad
i- been named "Man of the
[or 1962" by the KcliKious
. i America.
citation honors Merwitzer
contributions in the field
., ation.
he presented with a
. al a dinner in his honor ne:l
Jan. 13 at the Waldman hotel, with
national leaders nf the Religious
Zionists in attendance.
Sol Rashin, 1200 Pennsylvania
i.ve., is national representative of
. irganization her.-.
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MRS. BERTHA GREENWALD
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no ml.....f Ihi Icwlnl i I on the
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PHILiP ETTINGER
: S\V Ith am H
II, ..... inn I mi New-
ark, S l and "as do it. -ni.-iii of
..... ... l ss .. lllelll-
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Si 11 a. hid. hi* '> Ifi Sal.ma a
-..ii. Mutlhi -xl'"-
Kl-i. I"..i-' ii .hi Mi.- I a ii- i' I..I'-
...n -. .. ii l-i an i. hlldi. ii and three
i.i- Services -ere 1'. 1 !S m Blv-
. i -i.l. Mi "I"' i 'I l'ha|" 11 i-i.I- i.l
HARRY WARREN
\w lJ-Jii.l a) died I M
hi :. IT yean it" fl "' Ne
l was h n i. Ptatlon o n-
vlvlng are his wife. Mary
ROBERT LEVINE
,,f TUMI Rlli \ I mi. M
, ,. J2 ll.. a me here
earn .'-" fi..... N'e ^ ": k ''"'I -as
hi, a |.harm.ii i.-i He was a mem-
-.-. \. r Id in vrins
are lii- wife, I l-i'iuln. r.
\ .,],..,. ii.i I'.an- urand-
S. ri lee* "i re In Ne > k
ltn ... |1} (lordon
... ; I
DAVID KARTZMAN
... died i. i l
. .,.,,. hi n :> ye irs ilto rroni .
\i ,.- and wai i garage i
own) i Surviving are 10- wife, llei
iha -ii three ilaunhti i nine
Rl .1, i. i ;.!. ii Sel \ Ii e* weri In Ro- -
ll a ill i:. r I- ill. ral II...... in
eh irae.
JACOB SAFIANOW
;7, of .,-:'. N K llith si died '
il.' hi., in ^ ai- ai" from '
abeth. N -I and was a n I In 'I '
. f i. s .'i'i| ..ii He .- sun Ived b>
... -,,iis Sei s Ices were in 1
, i with Rlv. i :. Memorial I'haiM I
irgi
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NuTli-K IS HKRKIIV HIVK.N Unit
hi undi i in .1. di Inn in !- n
-s in.I. Hi,' :i. tltloUH na im ol
I... ll,a., Hot) I. I.a l-l"i.i Apari a
an.I l.a Plora Moti I al 123* I
A>. nue, Mi imi Reach, l ",, Ida Inn n -
in register sail names with Ihe Clerk
,,i Hi.- Clicull Court of [>ade County,
tlorlda
I.A Kl.i IRA II' ITEL CORP.
a Florida i 'oi p
Bj Edwanl Schwarta. I'r.-iil.-nt
HeHSUY A KAMI'
auoi my for l.a Flora Hoti l
ii. -v.. ll :'-'.'-lC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11623
(iHKI.IA T. BAKER,
Plaintiff.
> -
I.l). i I. iSKl'H KAK KR,
I l. lell.lalll
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T. i |,K< i .n ISEI'H BAKER
, ., Mrs. John s> Ivla
11. Poplar sii. i
N'ewi...... Rhode Island
Yon. I.la i H.SI'.III RAKER, an
hi \.s notified i hal n Hill "f Com-
plain) for Divorce haa been filed
against vou, and you are required to
K,.rve a cop> "i you i Answer nr
Pleadlna i,. iln Hill "i Complaint on
Ihi Plaintiff's an..in. >. ST< 'l.A R and
MCl'HXICK J-" 71sl Street, M anil
ii, .,, i, ii, p|oi Ida ami HI.- ih.' orig-
inal Answer ..r Pleading In Ihi nffici
..i ihe i 'I. i k .a iln ''ii- mi 'ourl on
..r before Ihe 3rd 'lav ,.i I >ei i mhei.
i' i.ui i.. a., -,. Judgment
in default ill be lak> ll ag ilnsl you
f,,, i|i. i. Del d. in in.I-! :n Ihe Bill ol
Complaint,
This nol Ice Khali lie published i
i each wi ek f( i foul i nsi i utlvi wi i k
in THE JBAV1SH EMlRIDIAN
IkiNK ANI' ORHEREH al Miami
Florida, ibis l'imIi day of October,
\ I' r.'i'.-j
HEATHERMAN, Clerk.
...ii i. I 'a.l. Count}. Florida
l.v .' I' COPBUAND,
I.. |,iiu Clerk
11 2-9-16-2:1
NOTICE UNDER
FICT TIOUS NAME LAW
v, .TICK IS HKRKIIV II1VBN
ng to ei gage In
of
VI .', .Ii Mi ii- Shi and i lolden
is Vvenui ii
I iade i in'v l" :' -"
.... with Ihi I'll rk nf
tin- il:, ..ii Couri I' l< i mt>
I... | Floi Ida, '.ii"
utobi
IKVINi I 'A KBKRMAN
I.II.I.IAN WKBERM \N
K"V\l It ,\ MANNHKIMBR
An..... i API int
1" L'.:. 1! :'-: 16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIERKHY GIVES II ll
the undi rsigiied, .1 sir ng to ngagi In
uiiler ih. flctlt "f
BE \l Ml >NT Al' VKTMKNTS al
Bian i /. I" Miami Reach, Florida
mi, ml i ,i lid n..in- with the
Clerk il III '"in i of I '',|-
i i.iiiii I- iirida
MICHAEL COV1N
mm.iirf:i' ivin
VRi >Xi iVITZ, Sil.\i:i: & KCHER
Adorn, s i, : \ |ipl|i mis
607 Kinsle> Building
Miami 12, I lol i.la
in I9-S6, 11 --9
11
I '11.111! ('
,- all
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. (TICK IS HKREBV C.l\ \:S that
Ii r* .-ii.,I di ring to ngagi In
the Ii. tltlou* name of
SOl'TII ll.i'KII'N AUENCY al P.O.
Box 61 -1922, Miami '.! I Itlti mis
. i. i. .., ,i ii urn ^ ith i hi 'li -
,,f ihe ('ii-, nil Court of Hade i "o intj.
Florida
F-RAXK IMHC,l. \>
Sol) l ll'T
' '
LEGAL NOTICE
\
Ol s
rk ai
Su
Taste of Honey'
To Go on Boards
\ Taste of Honey." by Shelagti
I iiiev. will open Wednesday
ing, Nov. 14, ;it Studio M I'lay-
'_>(iH Bird rd.. (."oral Gables.
Being held over through Satnr
nighl is "Look Homeward An
Stage adaptation of the
Wolfe novel
Foreman, owner-director,
announced that Pied Piper
house production of "Rapun-
continues weekends al Studio
M Playhouse, with a special Sun
atinee this weekend at the
- iilside Community Center,
I and the occ.iiifront.
Inglander to Speak Monday
ii Beach Vice Mayer Malvin
iir will address the North
B'nai B'ritn Lodge al a reg
meeting Monday evening, it
announced by Waller It Lebo
program chairman. The meet-
ill be held at Washington Fed
Savings and Loan Assn. 113'J
andy dr.
i,. .1 uli'. is. Mi Jean Bu'ri li ami
MIm I' a -. -" Robert; three
I -..Mi. i si-', i ami -iv m.imi.-liH-
.1, ,, s. v i. Wi.....' -'' m ''" !
Kiin.1.1 Home.
IRVING M. KAUFMAN
. .. .,'1 NE 67th -I .In .1 i IcI '-
M. huh hen yeam ago from Brook-
Ivn ml a* .. whoU-Kal) gp cerj Mien
II, vva- i, -I'" II Ihe
,;.,,.,..!., A.-M, 1'asl
.,,.,1 r.llo ( III. KnlChtfi of l-Mll.is
nl ., ni. i. I.....I Suifsi.l.' M'ls'ii-
Surviving are I wife, Bvi two *on.
i, irem-. and Sluarl hi* mothe
Ui Keld* Kaufm in: thr.-. hrtl -
.. ., n. idlng Mi Mo i..m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY '.ivi'.N thai
il,. undersigned, dealrlng :' ngagi in
business under Ihe fictltloui. name* .a
i-.,v nn Bakei in.1 Savi I n Tayati
i: itcrj ,,i il.'," Washington Avenue.
Miami r,. ... Ii Int. ml- to register said
name* with Ihe Clerk l the Circuit
i-,,.ii i ..: I lad. '' inty. Florida
j. \\ 1:1:X BAKERY COMPANY
KOVNHR and MANNHEIMER
\ttornevs for Savern Rakerj Cnm|ian>
I :'-;i-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 54238 8
IN III'. Estate of
IlKHINA I'.IIKITRAItr
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
IN
Tenth Year for Rabbi
v evening services at tho
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. i.73^38
RK IM.il. of
I.l .ris I.V >NS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, v Cn lltor* and \ IVraoi Ha*
,, ,- .,,,, p.man.I- Atalll.-I Saal
' \''.'.',; r. in M.> notified and re-
,.,,... a an-. H ilm* and de-
a. Floil '" Ine
file tIk "'' ''''-,
Count> lh"U e In li
. within
,i ii.. ,i ih> i i publti ui""
I .., Ih) -."'" x'11 '" 'a'"1
l\l I. KWITNBT, FJxei lltor
r\i i. KV ITNEY, Attornej
lid 1.111. oln Road
Miami Ueiu h. PI.....la
:>.>)-l6-23
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.il'l.'l'. IS HKRBHV C.IYBN llml
III,, mi.; ileslrln* I
ruuay evenuig services at tueiimsines. .i--| .'.'" "'",'."
li Center will mark the be i',7.''.'i l:ls'',.,,i, "Mia-'ni Bea "
of the 10th year that Rabbi
int. nil
Clerk
<"..UIlt>
i-llll
'
I 111. I'll
i:.. ni.i
H KVN V

innin
Morton Malavsky has conducted
' I", ices at the (enter Tr.iv
k ii-ed for services at the BIJAB soren
filer was compiled by Rabbi Vttomey for H>na Sneldn
sky in 1957, five years after ""l '""
assumed spiritual leadership of
congregation,
,' i,,.
'am i
,.f U.,.1.
tNF-,ll>NFni
Ml 'NI' W
'
1 I
, | ';
Democratic Clvb to Meet
NOTICE UNDER
( 1 i IIOL'S NAME LAW
in lo

iNN ''!'
I
thai



Hi,
with


Democratic Club ol '
will meet mi Wednesdaj
in the Terrace room of the '"'
hotel President Wally
and Harry Ridge are co T[Iic,
; roan of a committee which is
holidaj basket, of bod*
*""' toys lor the underprivileged. |
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebs given that 'i
hav< filed .' Final Re]..... and I'etl
ii, n for lilstrihution and Final In*
.,> i ,. vdminl iratcn ol the
,1 KKi'.l.N'A KRE1THART. de-
. ...,s. .i and thai on Ihi Ird da> ol
n.-.-riiil.. i. ii",'. "IH appl) '" Ihe
Hoi..... Judge* of Hade
Counts. Florida, f." .':-."" "'
i ,i ,i u, ;...i i and l"i disti Ibutlon and
final .ii-. harge as Co Admlnistrat. r*
,.f ihe estate of lli". above-ll ime.1
, di III I "ni- .'Hi 'la> "' I"'" r,
! Ri>BF:RT BRE1TBART ,
BERN VRH B, BRE1TBART
KIMiAR I.BM IS, All.,im
..... I lugli i F'l i-i' Hull
Mlai i -. !"" I"la
n i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C H184
i.i:\\\cii|> w i- ui:AS
Plaintiff,
MARO VRBT MARY FTIBAS,
I l.nilanl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
fl i Margai el Mars FYeas
Irani Avenue
!:,- i ii- inge, N. a 1< i
v.. i Mai. ai. i Mai j FY< aa, ai
notified thai a Bill of Com-
t. Divorce has been filed
i.'.nn-i i.. i. ami you an equlreil lo
, ,.|,i of v ..ui aii- r in Pli oi
,.. ni. Bin of Complain! on ii"
piaiutil "T nej Mil- i J K Sllv> r
-,, r..... ,,v i,,, Ruildli ii. Ml imi
.. a i, and file Ihe ol igln.il An-
,,, .. pli ailing in ihi office ol I he
ol ihi ''......' Couri "ii "i i"
,,, u, mm da} il November, 1982
If ,i fM|i io do ho, ludgmi ni io di
,.,,ili uiii be taken again*! you
, I'.ill ,'f
i I !" i''il.li-ii"'l
".....
KWISH I- I '
[MINI-: \NI> i IRI iEREI i al
I ( ''
ii :rm i\ i-i.
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NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11426
JACK WOOD.
Plaintiff,
vs.
.a iNNIE vv. i..|i.
I ,. nlant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO CONNIE IVOOD 319 Plni Street
Green Baj. Mis, onsin
Y.,ii are hereb> notified thai a Bill
of Complaint f"i Divorce ha* bi n
igalnsl you, and you are re-
quired i" -- rvi |ij "i youi Answ.
,.r Pladlng to th. Bill of ''"\\'"
on th.- plaintiff's Attorney, Ml-.iAiN
I MI'ltOCK. I' I Boa 188 N M ami
ii. ,, h S, Flori.ia. and file the orig-
inal Answer '" Pleading in Ihe office
,,f the Clerk "f the Circuit Couri "ii
,.i- before the 86th da> of November,
IU62 if you fall '" 'I" so, judgment
io defaull iiii be taken against you
for the r.li.f demanded in the BUI
.a 'omplalnt
Tin- Both shall !" published oni
each Is for foui i onw cutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.' IRID1AN
I MINE \NI' ORDERFJD 'i Miami.
Florida, this 23rd da> ......tober,
\ I. ..
R i: l.K VTHKI'.M \N Clerk,
, .nil Court I lade I 'nunt). Florida
,.,.;1|i Rj : C r (' U'i:i. VND
l leputj i'l. k
MBIA'IN 1 Ml"IM>KF
I'ii Box 428
N Miami Beach I
ah.an.... for Plaintiff
ill .''.. 11 2-9-1".
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi lii
nes* under thi fictitious names pi
Pi....... Lumber and Supply Com-
i,.ni\ pi...... k Lumber and Supply
Co., ai 3111.1 l Niugla* Ri ad, M lami,
Floi Ida Intend* In n gisti r a 'I nai i -
with srl nf thi circuit Court
..f l m.Ii Counti. i'l- i la
l'l-:.\("CK l.l'.N' HER '' 'Ml'ANY
... Flu '
SIM' IN HAN s & RI'NOWERG
x || irneys for Api llcanl
>'"[-> B.....""* !,:,. H 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10567
THE Wll.l.l IMStH'RtSH
SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff,
\ s
1-1 \'I 1'V JONES, 'I'l "l-l-e ill
Bankruptcy. Wll IJ VM E GRIFFIN
and AKl'Ki.r.A GRIFFIN hie wife.
DW WNE I. SYKAMi' and MAR!
R NYKAMP hit Wife. VICTOR
VVsll.KSKI aril IRMA VASIUBSKI
I, ivlfi and HOME MM.K DUPLOl -
BBS FEDERAI. CREDIT I'NION ai .1
ill': CNITFll STATKS ni' AMKKI'A
I '. f| Ml.,' '
NOTICE OF SUIT
r, \\ n.l.lAM i: GRIFFIN and w.-
l >EI i. \ IRI l i IN his it--.
RESIDENCE I NKNi IWN
I iWAYNE I. NYKAMP and
\i VRY E SYK WIT his wife.
RESlfiRNCB I'NKNOWN if
alive and if dead, the unknown
h.irs. devisees, grantees, assign-
Honor* i redltors, trust.-.-h
,. oth.) lalmai '- claiming bj .
through, under oi agalnal an) of
the above .....ned defendants who
tl -. a.. pas. i
y. i, ;,,-, hei eb> notified thai iiie
nbove captloned action lias I.e. n ln-
siliuted agalnsi vou in the Circuit
,i of Ih. ELEVENTH Judicial
Circuit ol Florida In and for DADS
Count! i" n l"" tgagc upon
(he following described real property:
Lot 13, Block '.: FIRST ADDITION'
Tl' CAROL en v. a. i ordlng to the
riat thereof, recorded In Plal Book
.a. ..I page 19 "i the Public Record*
.,f i'a.l.- Count). Florida
You are required to file your "-
K\ver t" I'laintiff s......iplalnt with the
Clerk "i the aforesaid Court, and
...i.. ., ... i ii. f upon plaintiff a
attorney, MARTIN FINE, lttli Floor
Dade Federal Bids Miami '-'. Florida
ni i in. : Hi-in Novembi r 19, I92 oi a
Decree Pro ('..in. sso w ill be i ntei .1
agalnal you.
I in ted '. tol'i i 16, 1962.
B. li LBATHERMAN
i l.ik of the 'ii. ait Court
,...... B> C P COPELAND
Deputj Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Vttoi n. ) for I'lalntm
llih Floor Dade Federal Bids
Miami 12, Florida
in 19-26, 11 -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7651
THE wii.i.iAMsi'.ri;.in
SAVINGS HANK.
Plaintiff,
\ -
DONALD K I 'I 'I' slngl. man.
.imi HETTY Ll 'I I" 'l"-' single
woman, and l.< 'lisi: i' R. >SS
I '. '. Il.lallts
NOTICE OF SUIT
li. HETTY la Di HiD
RESIDENCF: I'NKNOWN, and
the unknown spouse of said defen-
dant if main..I and alive, and II aaid
defendant is dead the unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees assignees. Ilenors,
creditors, trustees or other claimants
claiming by, through under oi agalnsi
,,M> ,,f ih,- above name.I defendants
who ai. deci ased,
Vou are hei b.\ nol II led thai the
ihove captloned ... I Ion lias been In
Ntituted against you In the Cln ill
Conn ,,f the Eleventh Judicial CIi
cull of Florida In and for Dadi I'
li m foreclose a mnrl m Ihi
r.'.llow ing desci ii" il real propi rt>
Lot 23, Bleak 62 NORWOOD till
\i -I >1T1i IN, accol ding to the Plal
thereof, n i ,-i led In Plal Book '
, Pag. 93 ol thi Public Records ,,f
l ladi >-..i.in>. Florida, log. thei h it!,
\ .n. ii in Blind*
You an ir an
... |ilnini ii ,.mi.1.11111 ni
. -|. rk of Hi- il I 'oui'.
, ,[.\ ii. i. of upon plain I
atlol m < M VRTIN F'lNF: ''! I
F'i .1. .,1 111 li \1 '
'
,i..... Pro Con 11
i \ti:i 11. 11.1..
E h i.i:a I'l i l-.i: \\ v N
. 'li rk of il..
i ij \
i 'e|, ItJ '
MAR riN FINE
, r Plal
\\
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, .N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 11026
i 1 KISLAK MORTGAGE
C. iRPl IR x'l'l. IN ( IF" da IRIDA,
i'laintiff.
i \,-K MrMONAGLB and MRS JACK
\l,\|i .NA.'.l.i:......"'I
I Wll S REYNOLDS
I,. :. n.lallts
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl .1 W! IS REYNl 'Ll 'S,
RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN, and
tin- unknown iipousi of aaid de
i. n.l ,iir if married and alive, and
If saiil .1. fi n.lanl is dead, the
unknou n h. Ira, de\ isees, gran-
leei assignees, Ilenors, crednors,
trustees or othei claimants claim-
ing bj. iln i-'i. undi r or against
any th. above named defen-
danta who ... deceased:
You are hereb> notified that thrt
ii,,,ve captloned action has been in-
siitut. .1 agalnal yo i In the Circuit
Court of ih.' Elexenth Judicial Clr-
i-ull "f Florida In and for Dade Coun-
f,.i,.. lose .. mortgage upon the
following di si i ibed n at prop, rtj
l..,t > iii Block 34, of IVES B8
TATES SECTION KOl'R, according
In He Plal i hei eol .- orded in
Plal Bool of the
Public R. cords i i I 'a.l. Count).
K "11,la
You are i ipilr. d to fll. ^ our .in-
.,., l| III I ith 111-
.,i ;!., i Court, and
.. i v, ., i,|i\ |ion plainl Iffs
. MARTP NE, l mi FIiMir,
Dn le r. : Rid Miami 32 F
or
, I ,. \i :l bl 'II-
'
B B LEA 'I FIRMAN
C|i I Court
i K \1 I.Y M A N
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MARTIN FINE -* 1
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