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

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

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

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(Jewish Floridiian
ie 35 Number 45
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida, Friday, November 9, 1962
Twc Sections Price 1.
MjB LOADCD IMPORT
lelief Chief
iules Out
irab Works
SITED NATIONS tJTA) -
i if I hi* United Nations
g \ -'. t up t provide "relief
for more than 1.000.-
Arab refugee*, wrote off this
tk tb< feasibility of any "works"
Bed
ioner General John H.
took that stand in supple
Itary reports to the General
kembly in connection with his
pii.-.I report submitted last month.
al-i< informed the Assembly in i
six "background papers" that:
|1. There were "at least 100,-
dead persons" still listed on
JRWA relief rolls but that
rectification" has been imposs-
because the Arab "govern-
[ntal authorities" felt "the
le was not opportune."
Ml efforts at economic rein-
n nt the refugees that might
their resettlement in Arab
had to be dropped be-
Vrab governmental op
and the opposition of the
kground papers' were
t' I to help the Assembly
i it the enlire Arab refugee
Kiel program. The United Na-
nns must decide this year whcth-
and how to continue these op
ns :uter next June 30 when
.'. Us current mandate ex-
of the documents, Dr.
presented figures purport-
-how that the Arab host gOV-
I ypt, .Ionian. Syria
: i banon had contributed
$45,000,000 since 1!M8 to
refugees, figures he ad-
based "on data" from
overnments, The total
i Egypt's expenditures for
police to guard the
i amps in the Gaza strip
i vent refugees from es
PUTS FINGER ON MINSK SLAUGHTER ARCHITECT
Nazi Says He Shot Jews
Galore Until I Was Sick'
D*. IUUANUCI JAKOBOVm
. iiKimpatikle
COBLENZ (JTA) A former
Nazi SS officer admitted this week
that he shot a number of Jews in
a mass execution during the Sec-
ond World War.
Captain Karl Dalhcimer. 55, one
>i| l-l former Nazis on trial here
for their participation in the mass
murder of more than 35.000 Jews
in Minsk, told the court that he
stood on the edge of the mass grave
where the victims were lying while
still alive"and shot and shot un-
til I was sick."
More than half of the defend-
ants have now confesse i to the
atrocities.
Dalhcimer named George Heus-
er, 49, the principal defendant.
IN DEBATE WITH AJC0NGRESS CHIEF
Rabbi Says Jewish Role in School
Prayer Battle Fans Anti Semitism
as Ihe officer who forced the
doomed Jews to undress before
entering the grave. Heuser was
chief of police in the state of
Rhineland-Palatinate until his ar-
rest in 1959.
Another defendant, Artur Har ler,
described to the court how a wom-
an and two men were cremated
alive with a method of incineration
which he ha.i developed.
While few persons are attending
:he trial as spectators, the judges
ruled that a number of children
seeking admittance to the court
could net enter. Several persons,
including 3 student, said they felt
;',. court should remain open to
youngsters, to give them a graphic
picture of Germany's Nazi past.
reviewing UNRWA's expert
with works projects. Dr.
> s -tbiolved the Arab govern-
ments cr failure to cooperate in
kuch plans during the past 13
(ears He contended the Arab
tc-itinued on Page 10-A
RUSSIANS TOLD:
Let Jews Go
- Australia
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
Before the world forum of the
L'nited Nations General Assembly,
Australia urged Ihe Soviet Union
this week to let Russian Jews
emigrate it it could not assure them
it ligious freedom.
The Australian representative to
the Assembly' Social, Humanitar-
ian and Cultural Committee. II. D.
White, also urged that the Krem-
lin act to stop the anti-Semitic
campaign against Jews in the Sov-
iet press At the same session
Mrs Marietta P. Tree, of the Unit
(I States, also a-ked specific que-
ions about the condition of Soviet
Jews British representative II. P
\ttlcc also attacked the Soviet
Union on the issue
The condemnations were the
frst on that issue against the
Soviet Ur.ion directly in the As-
Continued on Pge 8-A
NEW YORK tJTA) The
role played by Jewish organiza-
tions in "securing and hailing"
the recent Supreme Court decision,
outlawing the recitation of a prav-
or in the public schools, was crit-
icised here this week by a prom-
inent New York rabbi. Dr. lniman-
uel Jakobovitz, spiritual leader of
the Fifth Avenue Synagogue, and
former Chief Rabbi of Ireland, who
said that the positions taken i>>
Jewish Organisations have "added
langer tus fuel to the flames of
anti-Semitism."
Dr Jakobovitz -poke at a de-
bate sponsored l>> the Gradual*
School of Education 'if Yeshiva
University. Will Maslow, national
executive director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, defended his
organization's role in supporting
the prayer ban.
Rabbi Ja! Jewish espousal of the "anti-
prayer" position was incompat-
ible both with the traditional
teachings of Judaism and with the
long-term interests of American
Jewry. "Ey allying themselves
w:th the rampant forces of athe-
ism and secularism," lie declar-
ed, "these organizations were
bourd to expose the Jewish com-
munity to the charge of under-
mir.irg the religious foundations
Continued on Page 3-A
Israel Marks Decade Sinta
Passing of Chaim Weizmann
REIfOVOT Israel (JTA) More than 5,000 Israelis and overseas
gueets assembled here this week at Yad Chaim Weizmann Memorial
Square to pay solemn tribute to the memory of Israels first President
According to the Hebrew calendar. Dr, Weizmann's death occurred ex-
actly ten years ago on Nov. 1.
EELDMAN ON SECOND TRIP
JFK Aide in Israel Again
JERUSALEMfJTA)Walworth Barbour. United States Am-
lor to Israel, and Myer Keldman. White House aide to Pres-
Kennedy, conferred here with Israel's topmost officials on
is problems, including the Cuban crisis and the Arab refu-
Govemment spokesmen announced Sunday.
Mr Barbour spent 20 minutes in a talk with Mrs. Golds
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, bringing Israel's foreign affairs
chief up to date on the development in the Cuban crisis.
Mr. Feldman who is in Israel "on a private visit." according
lo official interpretation, conferred first with Prime Minister
David Hen Gurion. then with Mrs. Meir. He discussed both the
n situation and the Arab refugee question, which is sched-
uled to come to a head soon in a committee of the United Na-
tions Ccneral Assembly. .
Meanwhile. Mr. Feldman was the guest this week of the
Israel Air Force, witnessing special air maneuvers by some of
Israel's newest air squadrons.
Principal speaker at the cere
nony was Dr. Weizmann's success-
r. President Ben-Zvi, who told the
issemblage that the importance of
the ceremony was not in the fact
that a decade had passed since Dr.
Weizmann's death, but the fact that
we continue to follow his ideals,
and to live under his influence."
Callinj Dr. Weizmann "the sym-
bol of the Jewish nation," the
President adced that he was add-
ing to the two crowns worn by Dr
Weiimann the Crown of Torah
and the Crown of Kingdom"the
third Crown of Ihe Jewish nation
throughout the world."
Dr. Nahum C.oldmann. president
of the World Zionist Organization
who was chairman of the proceed
ings. paid tribute to Dr. Weiz-
mann's statesmanship and political
achievements, Jan Pierce, the
v orld renowned American operatic
tenor, chanted the "El Mole Kach
Continued on Page 7-A
OR. CHAIM WtlZMANN
... in memoriom
Jrloutt* r "'
Feature articles in tribute
to the memory of Dr. Chaim
Weizmann will be appearing
in The Jewish Floridian dur-
ing the coming weeks.
Poland's Jews Reported 'Dwindling'
DETROIT (JTA)
remnants of Jewry have
Poland's Slomovitz, publisher-editor of the
"volun- i Detroit Jewish New s. alter a visit
member of a 35-man
tarily abandoned" the Jewish re-! to Poland as a member of a. .,5-man
hgion there are only 16 pupils in I United Jewish Appeal Study miss-
Warsaw's Jewish religious school, ion. He found that there are on.y

and a mere 10 Jewish youths are
receiving religious instruction in
Krakow, a leading American Jew-
ish journalist has reported.
The report was made by Philip 3.500.000
122 Jewish communities in Poland
now, with a total population of 26.-
000 Jewsas compared with pre-
war Poland's Jewish population of
"The religious element is small
and the synagogue's influence is
minimal." he reported. "There
are no rabbis and no rabbinical
academies. Jewish school attend-
ance is small."
lit reported als) that, in War-
>;.w '.!.< young people are assim-
Continued on Page 12 A


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Page 2-A
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Ftiday, Novemb(,r
Teen-Agers Map
Annual Conclave
Set for Dec. 9
Ninth annual teen age conclave
01 the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will take place on
Sunday. Dec. 9. at the Duponl
riaza hotel, it was announced by
Donald LaBelle, staff coordinator
for the event.
Over 300 delegates from 30 clubs
of senior hij^h age, sponsored l>>
the Center, are expected to attend
the funetion.
Primary plans were made last
week at a meeting of the conclave
steering committee, at which each
branch of the Center was repre-
sented.
Members of the steering commit-
tee are Miami Branch. Dennis Aron
son. Bob Lurie. Gail Smilan. Heidi
Buchbinder and Sharle Rohan;
Beach Branch. Arlene Silver Bon- presents Dr. Irving Lehrmcm with a Seie.
2K iK^h'fi" Sroh to BSyS the ded.cat.on'ceremon.es of "Me Ami
K Branch. C.ndf SSurd! Je^Cob- in Israel. The Torch i. a gift to Me Ami s ^J
en. Sharon Gloger and Bonnie Jewish National Fund and the Jewish community ot Urea
Tempkins. Miami.
Sef er Tor ah is Presented to First
Settlers at Me Ami Dedication Nov.
VI I Sefer Torah, gift fered the dedication *
\ D< itil il Si f< r Torah. gift
from !; Jewish communit) <>f
Miami, was presented
l0 the first .settlers of Me Ami.
i itj i Greater Miami in Is-
i
was made at ded-
of Me Ami on
\_. \'ir i- the latesl pro-
I the Jewish National Fund
Council here
\ dication pilgrimage <>f Jew-
itj leaders lefl bj El
Virlines lasl week to at-
tend thi ;''s
x attendan ce were of
the Israel Government
K ren Kayemeth Leisrael.
Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, Mi-
ami Beach, chairman of the local
Foundation for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, is leading the pil-
grimage He presented th
Torah al the ceremonies, and of-
f*red the dedicate pr,M
was also schedule/ ,/*
greetings to Me Ami Lfl
Jaw.sh commUn,ly 7'
Miami. Y B1
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Israel Reveals Missing W. German
Was About to Sign Missile Contract
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Cantors. Bar Mitzvah teen-agers
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Cantor-singing Star Marchbein
Marbiny. who was brought here
from New York to officiate at the
Agudas Congregation for last High
Holidays, responded to many re-
quests and has set up this unique
Seminary-branch, where all sub
jects pertaining to the Cantorate '
chazuneth. Bar Mitzvah. Liturgy.
Cantillation. Torah and Maftir
Reading-chanting and "Know-How'"
to officiate at Services will be
taught.
Cantor Marchbein-Marbiny. a
graduate of the European Yeshi
van-Institute and University-Con-;
scrvatory of Milan, is Dean and
director of New York's Cantorial
Seminary and will serve here, as
same.
Talented students will be consid-
ered fcr scholarships and part- '
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Madam Marchbein-Marbiny. famed
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TEL AVIV (JTAi Heinz
Krug, a West German dealer in
missiles whose disappearance from
Munich is being investigated by the
German authorities at Munich, was
aboul to sign an agreement with an
Israeli firm, it was revealed in the
tress here.
He "was apparent!\ kidnaped bj
the Egyptians to prevent him from
signing suih a pact.'' Habokcr, .i
morning newspaper here, -aid
Wolfgang Pill, a second Ger-
man, associated with Krug as
well as with Prof. Eugen Saerv
ger, the Stutgart jet propulsion
expert who has been credited
with having furnished the rockets
recently launched by Egypt, is
also being sought by Munich po-
lice.
Munich dispatches here indicated
that German police have found no
trace of cithi
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    November 9. 1962
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    Page 3-A
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    Israel Knocks So. Africa Apartheid
    %
    UNITED nation's (JTA' and the absurd ideas o racial su-
    Israel sharply criticized South, perjority cannot be MadiMted
    Africa's apartheid policy here tTTis! Easily and in a short rime. He
    -.l <.._,_. .u !..,. i_ said that this did nut 'exonerate
    week. assertuiK that the basic ... ,
    s us from our obligation to no on
    tenet of our faith and our ethics,; fighting persistently and tireJcasl]
    proclaimed thousands of years ago. for the defense of the dignity of
    sees in man the image of (lod-
    - Egbert (right), Chicago attorney, and national board
    ibe: of the American Society for Technion, addressed the
    tr. Fxiida chapter last week and commended the group
    Ijts r -"s to help build a Computer Center on the Technion
    upu's. He is shown with (left to right) Morris Simon, Al
    rman, chairman of Technion's banguet on Nov. 28, and
    lis R-dnick. board members.
    :hnion Names Dinner Committee
    i
    t
    rman, chairman of the
    hnion banquet at the
    hotel on Nov. 28.
    . nnounced appointment
    menu committee to
    gram tor the big din
    . ere Joseph Alter. Her
    -on. Meyer A Basfcin,
    Dr. Berthold Fru.ll
    Grossmen, Jack Katz
    Kohn, Max Kolker. M
    Si -n Lachman, Sidney
    :\ Pearlman, David
    son to Speak Tuesday
    Yi dish writer, I. L
    ! be the subject of a
    : i n jam in Jacobson on
    ing it the I I. PereU
    Workmen's Circle,
    . Miami, Jacobson
    I tin' school's faculty.
    of ;i serial presenta-
    moets the second and
    -. of each month
    'onve. Jacob Rifkin. Sol C. Shaye.
    ind Dr. If Franklin Williams, hon
    irary dinner chairman.
    The South Florida chapter of
    Technion, Israel Institute of
    Technology, sponsors of the din-
    ner, were meanwhile encouraged
    by Israel officials to make the
    Nov. 28 event "a truly signif-
    icant occasion," according to
    Mrs. Louis Glasscr, chapter pres-
    ident.
    and thus we are all free, equal
    and brothers."
    Any deviation from this concept,
    declared Ambassador Abraham
    Darom. the Israel delegation's rep-
    resentative in the General Assem-
    bly's Special Political Committee,
    "would be a negation of our own
    selves."
    Israel's participation in the de
    bate on apartheid, which has been
    raging in the committee for more
    than two weeks, was not consider-
    ed an indication as to how Israel
    would vote when it came to ballot-
    ing on a stiff anti-South African
    resolution drafted by 32 members
    of the Afro-Asian bloc.
    Last year, when Israel joined
    the vast majority here that hit
    hard at South Africa's apartheid
    policy, the Israeli Government
    was criticized both by leaders of
    the South African Government
    and by some leaders of the South
    African Jewish community.
    Telling the United Nations that
    South Africa's apartheid policy
    irremediably doomed." Dr. Darom
    warned, however, that "fanaticism
    man and his rights."
    "The history of
    my people
    declared. The list of synagogues
    vanished in smoke and flames be-
    cause in them were practiced the
    rituals ol our faith is endless. We
    have known all the forms of intol-
    erance, originating in religious
    fanaticism, or anti-scientific and
    mad racial theories or antagonism
    through the centuries is marked in to our cultural and national char-
    an indelible way by the martyr- acteristics And it is painful to
    dom and sacrifice of millions of state that even today. anti-Semit-
    rts sons whose only crime was be- ism raises here and there its crim.
    ing Jews." the Israeli delegate inal head." _
    Noted Rabbi Fears Impact
    Of Religion-in-Schools Tiff
    in that principle invites other
    breaches."
    He added that "no other religious
    group in the United States has as
    great a stake in the separation of
    church and state as the Jewish
    community."
    Continued from Page 1-A
    cf our society, whatever the con-
    stitutional legalities in support
    of such a position."
    Mr. Maslow replied that, during
    their 2.000 years of dispersion, the
    Jews have never enjoyed full equal-
    ity in any nation with an establish-
    ed church. "America's great con-
    tribution to the art of government
    and the creation of civil harmony." week at the Algiers hotel. Funds
    he declared, was the separation of raised are for the use of tbe VA
    church and state Every breach Hospital at Coral Gables.
    Group Helps VA Hospital
    The 52 Association of Greater
    Miami held a card party last
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    I-tabl'>kd
    .
    "To secure peace and security
    for Israel in these troubled times.
    I is imperative that her engineers
    ind scientists receive the best
    training and education. Technical
    knowledge will hasten the day
    .xtien Israel will live in peace and1
    plenty among its neighbors," she
    said. '
    Founders contribute upward of
    $1,000 toward the current capita
    funds programs to construct the
    new Technion campus on Mt. Car
    mel. Patrons give $5,000 or more
    to the Institute for new labora
    tories, libraries, lecture halls and
    classrooms.
    a gift of $250 provides tuition
    for one year for one student, and
    -.] 000 provides tuition for a year,
    plus living expenses, according to
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    *JewistincrkUar
    Page 5-A
    C LETTER TO THE EDITOR-
    Faith Urged in New Translation
    printed in the press have been bas-1 ible story. Let us have the kind
    ed on press releases and not on! of faith that does not depend on
    , .. ancient supernatural evidence but
    an actual reading of the new text. can geDse God.s cxistemc ^ )ur
    Since I have not as yet had the'present world,
    opportunity to. read the text jny-
    EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
    The language of your Mr. Leo'
    Mindlin in his weekly column
    ..,,-, in he discusses a proposed
    translation of our Bible charms
    ,rt and ear with lovely Eng-
    jjch-cadenced phrases. How does
    hi ('(i it so well in an essay design-
    the moment? Listen again
    [tie of his word-magic:
    i xalted language of poetry
    . an absolute prerequisite to the
    and mystery of the relig
    pi rience What makes
    : believable in English is
    . (xalted style of its translation.
    h the mundane words and
    work a day speech arc
    to ihe heightened pianos of
    the ageless art of men
    in style "
    Ejf though Mr. Mirdlin knows
    ihe Eternal Testament so well,
    ij Hebrew language is for me
    i-y othors a closed book.
    - orly kr.-\v its worth in
    stio.i. Even at a time not
    ti away fiom the Exi!ic Re-
    '."A B.C.). ihere were Jews
    ,e mvseil whe required that th?
    E b! be broijht to them in a
    language. The Greek Jews
    had the Septuagint. The Syrian
    think, the Jews in Pa'estin*
    -ac what is called the Targum
    arsialions in the vernacular,
    dlher Arama'C or Syriac I want
    c be .ind remain a Jew, and I
    "fed a -re in language I have a feel-
    q forEnglish.
    Mr Mindlin. like myself, is struck
    h grandeur and spiritual frhc-
    l the King James translation
    our Testament. But the King
    is flawed by error and mis-
    iterpretation A book of its time.
    correction and moditica-
    on.
    ol it if our scholan wish
    gumiie" the Old Testament
    language of today? 1 be-
    in the honesty of these men.
    and that they adhere in reasonable
    faith to the spirit and matter of
    the original Hebrew text, should!
    be the measure of what they do.
    Too many rabbis have rushed in-
    to print, voicing picayunish objec
    tions. not to anything specific in
    the new translation, which they
    have not seen, but have only heard
    about in the press. One such letter
    in The Miami Herald was embarr-
    assing. 1 could not quite deter
    mine what was objected to.
    Has any of them read the Old
    Teitameni through in the Enjlish
    translation, and voiced objection
    afterwards to a fault here and
    Ihere?
    Someone known to me wrote to
    the Jewish Publication Society
    Philadelphia, calling attention to a
    blunder in the text of Joshua 24 19
    "And Joshua said unto the people:
    'Ye cannot serve 'he Lord; lor lie
    is a holy God; He is a jealous God;
    He "ill not forgive your transgress
    ions nor your m-
    Thal simple period at the end
    make- a shambles and a mockery
    oi the Hexateuch. A comma or a
    .nlon leading to the next verse was
    reeded there Tin Jewish Publica-
    tion Societj graciously acknowledg-
    ed this and other suggestions made
    at the tune, and promised to give
    them consideration
    Anyone having a suggestion or
    a direction or anything concrete
    that will enhance the worth of the
    new translation should write the
    publishers Help along the effort;
    :"o not demolish the work by pre-
    judgment.
    L. WENGROW
    Miami Beach
    editor's voti Replies M' Miualiti
    \(.;,l:['[ I--. :he column i I
    ihomi n\ particular predisposition
    toward the King /amei translation
    itn literary .
    it\ There art other translation.!
    THE WEEK... US I SEE II
    tinued from Paae 4-A
    inding it with
    -
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    and commerce ".'day
    ad i .n into the high
    - ol executive
    till undoubtedly
    ft :i the elite social
    which major business
    are reached Since
    are laired from these
    . they are automatically
    from the ex votive
    SHERATON
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    discriminati n to a I I of anl
    Semitic txpriei in tin
    i aril re ol.....
    f inane
    \Yt jo thi Sunda
    concl id' '" h
    patti rn to bi i ilated le s ex
    lusivc b il i rtainlj as|
    circles of Ai ieri< an < et> tend
    to take i : thi ted itl tudes
    .f the elite up] r class \nd so
    in descending i rder, the vicious
    i lemer.ts of social dis i iminatio
    become an e\ eryday th ng evei
    for "us common (oik" Witness
    the dil< mma i I Hi Jewish teen
    ager in "The Chosen People."
    who hut for the determination ol
    his trulj Christian friend, feels
    about bis Judaism, without unite
    knowing what in fact he i> say
    ing "No matter what you 'I'1
    Mm can never do anything about
    it."
    Echoing the outcome of the
    film they helpetl produce, the
    American Jewish Committee on
    Sunday hopefully concluded that
    you can
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    ""'" accurate and June into Eng-
    lish under Jewish auspices, that are
    certainly acct ruble and where the
    literary quality does not suffer by
    misguided inclinations toward the
    rernjcular. / uculd not denv Mr.
    Wen grow "> anyone else, either his
    need or demand for an English trans-
    lation of the Hible. This u beside
    the main pom: of my column of Oct.
    16, u hose purpose was a down-to*
    tar:l: discussion o/ the psycholi gj f
    semantics ..- u relate* to the exalted
    ual intentions of oui feu sh re-
    literature.'
    EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
    It seems to this observer that
    much of the furor being generated
    o'er the forthcoming new trans-
    lation of the Bible emanates from
    little knowledge and small faith.
    Apparently, most of th comments
    self, I do not propose to defend
    it. It seems that the attackers
    do not feel that this reasonable re-
    straint is necessary. On the other
    hand, it is rather sad that in this
    era there are learned individuals
    who feel their faith threatened
    when a new translation is to ap-
    pear which may challenge some
    misconceptions concerning t h e
    meaning of the original Hebrew
    texts.
    Nowhere have I seen a refer
    ence to a change in this text, only
    a new translation based on volum-
    inous and painstaking scholarship.
    Modem science has revealed far
    more grandeur, far more mi
    ous design, far more mystery in
    the universe than is contained in
    the doubtful miracle of the Red
    Sea crossing It is indeed ar. evi-
    dence of small faith if oni
    shaken that he is no longer obli-
    gated to defend .. rather implau
    DR. GEORGE BALBER
    Miami
    M^^
    Israel Immigrants Prove High
    Cholesterol-Heart Ills Tie
    Follotv the sun to
    heart disease among the Euro-
    pean men was 3.7 percent and
    among
    the women, 3.4 percent.
    NEW YORK (JTA) Two
    groups of Jewish immigrants, all
    over 70, have provided a natural
    testing ground in Israel to support I _, ... .
    the theory of a causal relationship Jh md,c*1 researchers found
    between a high cholesterol diet and <,h;" >hl' bl"od Pressure o.?* w"
    ropcan women was considerably
    heart disease, the Joint Distribu-
    tion Committee reported this week. .
    One group consisted of 220 men '
    and women from Yemen and the
    second group was composed of 260
    newcomers from Europe.
    They live together in a village
    for the aged. Shaar Menashe.
    maintained by Malben. the Joint
    Distribution Committee program
    for age3, ill and handicapped im-
    migrants Both groups were given
    the same basic food. There was
    no significant difference in the cal-
    oric intake between the two gorups,
    However, the Yemenites' consumpt-
    ion of animal protein and fat was
    relativi Ij low Their vegetable fat
    and protein intake is slightly
    high r
    The studies showed ro sifjns of
    ht.'rt disease amore; the Ye.ne-i-
    ite men; among the Yemenite
    women the incidence was less
    than o.-e percent. In contrast K
    these figures, the incidence of
    DOC RAGING
    EVERY NiGHT
    EXCEPT
    SUNDAY
    higher than that of Yemenite wom-
    en. There was no significant dif-
    ference in the blood pressure of
    the men of both groups.
    The researchers also found that
    the degree of cholesterol deposits
    was much lower among the Yem-!
    enites. The study also revealed
    that electro-cardiographic signs of:
    atherosclerotic heart disease, and
    incidence and severity of athero-
    sclerosis of the abdominal aorta
    were about three times higher
    among the European immigrants
    'ihr studj was supported by grants
    from din Malben and the Israt
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    Friday, November 9, 1962
    *Jenit ffrradfrcnn
    Page 7-A
    Att. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy receives the Stephen S. Wise
    Meda...on of the American Jewish Congress "Jor advancing
    [ freedom" horn Dr. Joachim Prinz. AJConqress pres-
    At a dramatic dinner in New York only hours after the
    Cuban crisis ended, Kennedy said the U.S. must eliminate
    religious intolerance at home before it can hope to win the
    global struggle against Communism.
    Bob Kennedy Warns U.S. Must Eradicate
    Intolerance at Home to Beat Reds Abroad
    Israel Marks
    Dr. Weizmann's
    Wth Yahrzeit'
    Continued from Page 1-A
    amin" and "Rachael Mevaka
    Baneha," accompanied by the Is-
    rael Philharmonic. Lights in the
    square wen dimmed as 1 i lore hi -
    were li nti d.
    Opening the countrywide Weiz
    mann ci mmemorative services
    eight scientists, statesmen and
    public figun s were awar It d lion-
    urarj fellowships bj the Weizmann
    Institute of Sciei i c here Thej
    arc Dr Vera Weizmann; Dr Saul
    Adler, professor of parasitology at
    Hebrew University; Prof Curl .1
    Burkhardt, modern history author-
    it) ; Dr. Goldmann; Hemrich G.
    Ritzel, member of the West (., r
    man Parliament: Lord Rothschild;
    Harry Sadler, pioneer British
    Zionist leader; and Prof, Victor F.
    Weisskopf, director-general of the
    European Organization for Nuclear
    Research.
    The award to Ilerr Rizel. a rare
    one from Israel to a German na-
    tional, evoked a spontaneous wave
    Of applause when it was announced.
    He was described as a friend of
    Israel and of the Weizmann Insti-
    tute.
    By Special Report
    \i:\V YoliK Attorney ('.en-
    eral Robert F Kennedy warned
    u-( k that the l nited States
    r t end int< lerance al home be-
    fore it can win an) struggle with
    the Soviet Union.
    major address delivered
    up ing the American Jew-
    , conj ess Stephen S. Wise
    : ir \il\ancing Human Free-
    dom, Kenned) declared:
    "We will not win this struggle
    just by confronting the enemy.
    What we do at home, in the final
    j analysis, is just as important.
    ' We il must accelerate our ef-
    forts to banish religious prejudice.
    i lal discrimination and any in-
    which denies to any
    Ai fhe right guaranteed
    tin n b) the Declaration of [nde-
    and the Constitution."
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    Orkin Sales Hit
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    and earnings for the nine
    n th : erio-i ended July 31 Net
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    ast year representing an
    i Of 18 3 per cent
    air eari ings for the nine
    ths wi re BO cents as compared
    N cents for the same period
    ' y Vt.887 from $23,376,000. Be
    provision for income taxes,
    ings were $4,783,939 as com-
    ^ I I with $3,973,000 tor the pre
    . is year.
    During the fir-: nine month- of
    current fiscal year. Orkin
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    ' s, ii aking a total of 686 offices
    i oast-to-( last, sen ing :.'!>
    states and the 1),- tel of Colum
    iet Premier Khrushchev had agreed
    to dismantle Russian missile bases
    in Cuba. Mr. Kennedy declared:
    "The confrontation between the
    I niti >i SI tes an the Soviet Union
    i- in reality a confrontation of all
    roopie who believe in human dig-
    nity and freedom with those who
    believe the state is supreme. That
    i- what this crisis is all about; that
    is why our ships are on station in
    the Caribbean and why American
    soldiers are on duty tonight in Wesl
    Berlin, South Vietnam and South
    K irea.
    "They are there for the > mix-
    reason the Maccabees stood their
    ground against Antiochusfor hum-
    an dignity ami freedom."
    Mr, Kennedy praised the "last-
    irg accomplishments" of Stephen
    S. Wise, a founder ar.d :;n;time
    leader of the American Jewish
    Corgress, after whom ths award
    is named, as stemming from "a
    cortsurtvng love of freedom and
    justice ard great courage in
    fighting fcr both." These quali-
    ties, he said, were characteristic
    of ->ews "throughout history."
    Mr Kennedy also hailed the
    work ol the American Jewish Con-
    gress as a great contribution in
    the battle for full equalit) in a
    free society for all Americans."
    Dr. Joachim Prinz. of Newark.
    \ .1 national president of the
    AJCongress, presented the award.
    a bronze medallian, at a dinner in
    the Waldorf Astoria hotel here. He
    cited Mi Kennedy's "Vigor, cour-
    age and determination that testi-
    fy eloquently to his deep commit-
    ment to freedom."
    Myer Feldman, a White House
    aide to President ivennedy, was
    among those present. He arrived
    for a six-day visit to Israel. Feld-
    man, who made a much-publicii-
    ed visit to Israel earlier this year,
    met with Mr. Ben-Gurion and
    was scheduled to meet a second
    time with the Prime Minister, as
    well as with Mrs. Golda Meir,
    Israel's Foreign Minister.
    In Washington, Andrew Hatcher,
    a White House spokesman, said in
    a reply to an inquiry that Mr Keld-
    man's current trip to Israel was
    "a private matter." and that the
    Presidential aide had gone to Is-
    rael to attend a function at the
    Weizmann Institute.
    JWV Post Plans
    Dedication Role
    The Hairy II. Cohen. Surfside-
    Kay Harbor Post 723. JWV and
    Auxiliary, will participate in ded-
    ication services of the new Surfside
    Community Center. 93rd st. and Col
    lins ave., on Veterans Day. Sun
    day. 2 p.m.
    Com man ler Percy Kriedlander
    will lay a wreath on the War Mem-
    orial, and colors will be presented
    by the Color Guard.
    Post 723 and Auxiliary will hold
    future meetings at the Center on
    the second Wednesday of each
    month at 8 p m. To raise funds
    for its various activities, a card
    party will be held next Thursday
    night at the DiLido hotel.
    Review Hecht Book
    Luncheon meeting an I hook re
    view was held by the Louise
    Wise chapter of American Jewish
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    -Jewtsi) ncrtdfor
    Friday. November 9, igg.
    Let Jews Go, Australia Tells Russia
    G DV. "arris C. Erycrnt presents to Daniel Neal Heller, national
    dr? advocate of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A..
    ihe flag of the State of Florida at a meeting in the Governor's
    : :ice in Tallahassee. In turn, Heller will present the flag to
    e trustees of the National JWV Shrine in Washington, D.C..
    :.-. Nov. 17. The shrine is a memorial to the Jewish war dead.
    where the records of the heroic deeds of these service men
    : :'.d ".vorr.n are on permanent display.
    U.S. and Soviet Envoys
    Meet With Golda Meir
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Mikhail
    ? Irov, Soviet Ambassador to Is-.
    :.-. 1, and Walworth Barbour. Uni-'
    States Ambassador to this:
    country, conferred here separately
    v 'h Foreign Minister Golda Meir
    .a?" weekend. Each is understood
    : lave discussed with Mrs. Meirj
    tbe views of their respective gov-,
    errments regarding the current
    I S.A.-U.S.S.R.-Cuba crisis, and the
    rcle being played in the Cuban
    i (nts by Acting Secretary Gen-
    eicl U fhant, of the United Na-
    tiers.
    Both conferences were consid-
    d part of the diplomatic routine
    ereby envoys keep other gov-'
    r ments informed of important
    . rnational developments.
    Mrs. Meir was scheduled to
    c Scholarship Fete
    Appoints Wolfie
    Cohen Chairman
    Mian Beach Councilman Wolfie,
    ( ten has been named honorary!
    i airman of the ISth annual He-
    w Aoa Jemy scholarship dinner i
    I t. Ii j: ihe Deauville hotel.
    . ohen is vice president of the
    / idemy, and served as chairman
    : the annual banquet.-- for five '
    < secutive years.
    8. I. Sinder, chairman of the
    i tnt, will be assisted by co-
    c-irmn Joseph Cohen and Jack
    A. Cantor.
    More than 75 per cent of the
    .Academy's student body is either
    hips," according to Cohen. "Pro-
    ceed! from the event will assist
    - :ed needy students,*' he said
    .-ionorary committee includes]
    J. ti Blank, Charles Charcowsky.j
    Ja;ob Cohen. Mrs. Sarah Crech.
    CharttU Fruchtman. Harry Genet.
    . il Gordon, Mrs. Jennie Gross-
    fclger, Carl Weinkle.
    .trs. Pauline Grundwerg, Ernest
    i. :iis. Jay Kislak. Cal Kovens. Sam
    L< /enson. Councilman Marcie Lib-
    t. nan. Louis Merwitzer. Joe Mey-
    <. off. Harold Stein.
    Irving E. Miller, Jack S Popick. j
    San Reinhard. Maurice Revitz. j
    LtO Robinson. Jack Rosen. George
    4g. Sam Schwartz, Mrs. Virginia
    Silver berg.
    the Knesset, Israel's Parlia-
    ment, this week. Sunday's meet-
    ing of the Cabinet yielded to de-
    mands of two opposition parties,
    the Liberals and Herut, who de-
    manded that the debate en for-
    eign policy begin now, before
    Mrs. Meir's return to United Na-
    tions headquarters to participate
    in the debate slated there on the
    Arab refugee problem.
    Mrs. Meir's Knesset address, j
    launching the debate, is likely toj
    Jeal primarily with the various i
    facets of the Arab refugee problem, |
    and with a resolution that will j
    irobably be introduced at the UN,
    calling again for direct peace talks
    between the Arab states and Is-1
    rael. However, it was deemed cer-
    tain that the Israel Government's
    role in the current world crisis
    would be brought up durins the
    debate by members of opposition
    parties
    Subsequent to the conferences
    held by Mrs. Meir with the Am-
    lassa is from Moscow and Wash
    ngton. Prime Minister David Ben-
    Qurion, who i.s also Minister of;
    Defense, held a conference here
    with Lord Louis Mountbatten.
    chief of the British Combined Gen
    ral Staff.
    Lord Louis had come to Israel
    primarily to attend ceremonies in
    the Galilee, dedicating a Jewish
    National Fund forest in memory of
    his deceased wife. Countess Ed-
    wina. After the dedication, how-
    ever, he flew here by helicopter ]
    to see Mr. Ben-Gurion. He met \
    ilso with two of Israel's other de-
    fense chiefs. During the Galilee
    ceremony, one of the participants!
    was Deputy Minister of Defense!
    Shimon Peres. Later, Lord Louis
    was the guest of honor at a lunch-
    eon given by Gen. Zvi Tsur, Chief
    of Staff of Israel's defense forces.
    Continued from Page 1-A
    sembly. They we,e put in the
    form of questions and flat
    charges to Yaakcv Ostrovsky, al-
    ternate representative to the
    third committee.
    Mrs. Tree addressed two
    Uons i" the Russian repn
    live, asking him wh> Jews
    i d on ; assport as su
    onlj n ligious group in the -
    Union so idi ntifi<
    were the onl> rcl '
    nied a reprew I
    . m, 'l he R
    igm red both i

    >kcd Mr* :
    had ha| ien< I ul he l
    Mississippi, and v hj mi
    in IV! ton, I" rred
    as members
    Mrs. Tree n p
    tec-t the freedom i l one man Si
    gro student Janu s M
    United States G vernment
    ready to emploj militarj I
    and cited the progre*.- ol
    rights in the L'niti
    In a more direct argument
    Australian delegate charged
    Soviet linen with anti-Semiti
    ,iikI the Russian di li t< i plied
    he was "ii liar Spelling oul I is
    charge. White said that in
    countries, anti-Semitic actrt
    were met by police actioi
    the Soviet Union was nol on<
    them. He cited the official Si viel
    restrictions againsl freedom ol
    worship, the closing ol syns
    the ban on baking matzoh last I
    mcr, and the high percentage ol
    jews among those sentenced and
    executed for "economic offenses'
    In the name of the Australian
    eminent, he asked the Soviet ii n
    , eminent to allow any Russian Jew
    who wanted to leave Russia to do
    1 so.
    Before the same committee, Is-
    rael reasserted its right to insist
    on Assembly passage of a rese-
    I lution outlawing anti-Semitism,
    ' racial prejudice and religious in-
    | tolerance, insisting that, as a
    ' State which is 90 per cent Jewish,
    : it has a duty to speak out on sit-
    uations in other countries "where
    our fellow Jews are threatened
    or suffer discrimination."
    anyone other than its own citizens
    Jewish or Arab But Is really
    hard tor him to imagine that in a
    State which is 90 per cen! Jewish
    ion of the people,
    which has profound lies of broth
    erhood, history and religion with.
    elsewhere, which has wel-
    comed to its shor< hundre ol
    ,, |Sands ol the irvivors oi Nazi
    nj ,, ,h il i feel uni
    fenow
    i
    minati >n?
    Argentina's representative in
    the c.mo-, -ce assured the Unit-
    ed Nations that, white tr>re have
    iome solaie- cases of anti.
    Semitis'n" in his country, his
    rnment cateqoncally" con-
    je.....> such actions. He deriar-
    ed Argentina "act?d with force"
    against Ihe recent anti-Semitic
    outbreaks, and clear y reTuies
    such man'festations as cantrary
    to our national feelings."
    Mario Pico,
    n two draft
    Michael S. Comay. Israel's chief
    delegate, who opened a debate on
    the issue of anti-Semitism in trie
    committee, took the floor again
    when his Government's attitude on
    the issue was denounced by an
    Arab spokesman The latter. Ash-
    raf Ghorbal, of Egypt, charged
    that '"political Zionism" is "play-
    ing a racial discrimination myth"
    here. He alleged that Jews smear
    swastikas on synagogues for prop
    aganda purposes He also question-
    ed Israel's right to -peak [or all
    Jewry
    Mr. Coma) said: "The repri
    tative of the United Arab Republic
    should spare himself the intellec-
    tual labor of raising bogeys about
    dual loyalty Israel does not have
    or expect the political allegiance ol
    South Broward
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    South Broward Jewish Commun-
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    Nov. 21, starting at 7:30 p.m.. at
    the Center.
    Entertainment will feature Sasha
    Leonoff, formerly of Radio City
    Music Hall, as master of cere
    monies, and an orchestra for
    dancing.
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    Friday, November 9. 1962
    vJenisfi Fkridlifor}
    Page 9-A
    Marshall Harris Gets Federation Award;
    Cited tor Loyalty and Devotion to Service
    Marshal] S. Harris, member of of single mindedncss shown by his
    the Federation board of governors, ,ovalty ..,, deVotion to the Fed-
    vice chairman of the Combined
    Lefcourt 'center), president of the Greciter Miami lew-
    ration, congratulates Samuel Friedland (left) and Er-
    ..s (right following their appointment as co-chairmen
    163 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Friedland,
    LOnorary president of Federation, and fanis, treasurer
    Ition '..'.! direct the campaian in honor of Feder-
    25th anniversary of the United Jewish Appeal.
    'Cash Collection1 Week Revealed
    Jewish Appeal Trades and Pro-
    fessional Council, and a vice presi
    dent <>t the Jewish Vocational Ser
    vice, ha> been selected I" receive
    the Presidents' Leadership Award,
    it was announce I Wednesday by
    Sidnej Lefcourt, president i>i the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation
    The i 'i'l '. i'ii in recognition
    ut mbined Jew i--li Appeal, and
    n late agencies, i presei li
    in a j un i adcr "whose work has
    1 lei ite potential for lead-
    ers hip in hi Mia mi Jew ish con
    t>
    As recipient of the award, Har-
    ris will rece:ve a grant to attend
    the 31st annual general assem-
    bly of the Council of Jewish Fed
    erations and Welfare Funds tak-
    ing place in Philadelphia at th
    Sheraton hotel on Nov. 15 to 18.
    Following the assembly, he will
    i ration and its concept and pro-
    gram," is well as for his work in
    behalf of the .Jewish Vocational
    Service and the Combined Jewish
    Appeal.
    In not:ng the selection, Lef-
    court said that although the
    .ward is given in recognition of
    r xcepiior-al services rendered by
    young people is the community,
    "we l-ok toward it as the step-
    ping s'o-e that makes it possible
    for thm to acquire grea*er in-
    sisht ;nto the various areas of
    Jewish communal eniea.or in
    the wider focus of the American
    Jewi In a Idition to servi vice
    i haii mai I the I Pro
    fcssioi ncil of the Combined
    Jew. ''i Vppeal and on th<
    e.....- > I Fi deration, Harris
    I as .i member ol the Fed-
    i ration nominating cumin. Iee and
    deliver a report on the general as. ,_. ,i,..,..,,, 0j tne Young Men's
    sembl) to the executive committee Division fi r I o years Vn attorn-
    and board of Federation, and to e. i,c has tivi rith United
    ol Greater Miami
    met for an
    Cash illection" tele-
    e al Federation of
    < thi eek
    Cal i". chairman of
    t ollection committee, de-
    I tl -it ? ,- "imperative thai
    lea ler.....k remittance
    .' '8 pled: i i )> Miamians in
    I
    Catsr-an alsi announced that
    the wet of Nov. 1? to 26 will be
    desigr.. Week, and that special plans art
    being ade for a mobilisation of
    the cc-^munity to turn vitally
    nedec outstanding pledges into
    cash tc implement the work of
    Federation and its agencies and
    lh< United Jewish Appeal.
    Sidney Lefcourt. president of
    Federat on, said that "the need for
    cash foi Federation's local agen-
    cies it unprecedented. Through
    this liH eial Cash Week. Federa-
    tion's agencies mu>t receive sup-
    port ti eet the needs of the grow-
    nuii i er of people in our com-
    munity ho will call upon them
    for helj and counsel before the
    of tr year."
    Miamians Will
    Attend Assembly
    Mian leaders i .11 play major
    the ".-' general assem-
    of I Couneil of Jewish Fe I-
    itions and Welfare Funds at the
    itel Sheraton, Philadelphia, meet-
    ing froi Nov. i. to 18. it was an-
    i lunced 'his week by Irving Kane
    Cleveland, CJFWF president.
    Marshall Harris Is one of the
    melists for the season on "Serv
    -: the Aged Outside Institutions."
    Sidney Ltfcsurt, president of
    the Gicater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eratior will be a panelist for the
    worksnop on "Pledges into Pay-
    mentsEffective Collection," for
    cities with ovar 40,000 Jewish
    popula-ion.
    Stanley C. Myers is the speaker
    for tht Canadian committee ses-,
    -on. and will preside at the elec-
    tion oi Council officers and board
    members.
    Mrs Sidney Lefcourt will be ai
    report*: at the Women's Commun-
    al Service session. "Persistent Cam-
    paign Problems: Experience of
    Women's Divisions."
    Othei Jewish communal leaders
    who will attend the assembly are
    Mrs Marshall Harris. Mrs. Stan-
    ley C. Myers. Arthur S. Rosichan. i
    'xecotrre director of the Miami;
    federation, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
    Thurman. and Mr and Mrs. Joseph
    Iipton.
    in additon, Lefcourt said, hmh
    immigration to Israel makes the
    need for cash to resettle and ab-
    sorb newcomers one of vital urg
    ency.
    other leading groups here He will
    Iso receive a printed testimonial
    in recognition of his "outstanding
    community work and leadership in
    Greater Miami."
    Lefcourt said that the selection
    F Jewish Vocational
    Si i
    Mi i ibers oi He si action com-
    mittee in addition to Lefcourt in-
    cludi i Sam .1 Heiman, A ) Har-
    ris, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, and Har.
    lmmittee chose Harris "because old Thurman
    MARSHALL HARRIS
    New Teachers
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    This S itur lay ; Sun i par-
    ents of fifth arid sixth grade stu
    dents will meet with teachers.
    Others meetings scheduled include:
    Nov IT and 18. for third and fourth*
    grades; Nov 24 and 25, kindergar-
    i. n, first and second grades
    Following each session, parent*
    I jointly with Rabbi Herbert
    Baum : : spiritual leader of the
    Temple.
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    Temple Sinai Sisterhood
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    ^ family supper at ihe Temple on
    Sunday--irom j to 7 p.m.
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    vJewist' fhrkMan
    Friday, November 9, 1962
    !. ..IN
    The
    Pawn
    By MAX LERNER
    I
    There is pathos in what has happened to the "maximal leader," Fide]
    Castro. He made i revolution and betrayed it, transforming it from
    what might have been a democratic revolui a talitarian
    He cut himself off from those who alone cou ; have saved him I
    Soviet power, until he became a prisoner ol thai power He tui
    Cuba over to Russia, to convert into a netv, rk >1 missile emplacements
    from which Cubans themselves were excluded.
    He relied upon Khrushchev to protect Cuba's interests and sov-
    ereignt} as a Eellow Social republic and in the end Khrushchev double-
    crossed him ami Cuba, using Hum both as pawns in the pi wer struggle
    with America, and bartering away the missile emplacements without
    troubling even to g i through the public mummer) of asking Cutro's
    permission to betray him.
    Nobel Prize
    In Physics Goes
    To Russian Jew
    STOCKHOLM J1 v Dr.
    ! \ Davidovic Landau, undoubl
    , |j the top Jewish scientist in
    the Soviet Union, and winner of
    the Lenm Peace Prize was award
    , the 1962 Nobel Prize for Physics
    ,,, a meeting of the Swedish Acad-
    emy "[ s.: nee h<
    His citation specified his "pio-
    neering theories for condensed
    matter, especially liquid helium "
    Credited with having contribi l<
    materially to the development of
    satellites, especiallj toward the
    launching ol earth's first satellite,
    the S iviet Sputi Ik 1. in 1957, he
    is widel> regarded ,as one ol the
    You could expect this ol Kl Gringo and of the running dogs of Van- world's most advanced thinkers
    qu npertalism, but surely not of a Communist fellow leader who had
    embraced you publicly in the Harlem hotel during that historic UN
    51 -sion of the tom-tom shoe It Communist comrades cannot trust each
    other, then what is left amidst the shambles of the world to replace
    the rotten capitalist ethic?

    Something funny happened to Fidel Castro on his way to his dream
    objective of becoming the Lenin of the American hemisphere He was
    picked up like a piece of ripe fruit, patted, skinned, squeezed dry. and
    discarded And the pathetic thing about him is that he has no one
    to complain to. He can scarcely accuse Khrushchev in the UN for
    ddublecrOSSing him, nor can he tell his own people how he ha- been had
    by the very men to whom he turned them over with their ban.is and [eel
    tied.
    One can guess at Khrushchev's motives for promising to scuttle the
    missile bases he had built in Cuba: He knew the alternative was an
    American invasion which would topple the whole structure of Cuban
    Communist power. Hut almost as important as Khrushchev's backdown
    a. the manner i Itthe cynicism with which he bargained away the
    weapons he had himself described as Cuba's protection against the
    United States, and the nakedness with which he exposed the fact that
    the supposed n Cuban regime Is actually a Soviet puppet.
    The lesson will not be lost on other Latin-American nation- when
    the Castro-Communist propaganda axis primuses them a heaven of na-
    tional independence on a rainbow of social hope. But meanwhile the
    humiliation of Fidel Castro is complete, deckel out with disallusion-
    inent and garnished with wormwood.

    This raises the question not only of how Castro will behave in the
    crisis whose spotlight has now shifted to him. but what his fate will
    be between an American enemy bent on destroying him and a Soviet
    ally careless of how it uses him.
    Conceivably the Cuban peasants and militia which form his chief
    strength may continue to treat him as a hero, with his crown of mar-
    tyrdom worn at a rakish nationalist angle Conceivably also, the old-
    line Communist leaders who are Khrushchev- agent- in Cuba mav lind
    it expedient to continue using Castro as they have all along used him.
    But the point is that they don't need to do so any longer than they
    want Castro's halo a- the defiant leader, who has baited and frighten-
    ed the American giant but found security with Cuba's Russian brothers.
    has bee:: messed up Even Castro's most loyal followers cannot help
    being shaken by Russia's defeat by America and it- doublecross Cuba. The united party of old line and new line Communists can no
    longer protect Castro because its cadre- have come largely under the
    control of Soviet agents, if Castro is not scuttled by the Russians he
    must henceforth face the prospect of mounting dissasisfaction, dissert
    sion and rebellion among his people.
    This i< a dark moment for the maximal leader who has been re-
    vealed > starkly as a pawn. My prediction is that things will go stead-
    ily downhill now for Castro, li he refuses to allow the missiles to be
    dismantled without American concessions, the Khrushchev-Kennedy
    agreement is off and Castro then faces the near certainty of an invasion
    If he capitulates on the missiles he becomes an alien hero with broken
    wings, and would then face the eventual certaintj of a rebellion against
    him which would m time be aided by the U.S.

    There remains the even more important question of whether the
    di.-astrous Khrushchev miscalculation on the Cuban missiles will spare
    Khrushchev himself and his own positon in the Soviet power-structure.
    If the pawn has fallon on evil days, how about the player who used
    him1
    The Soviet papers are playing Khrushchev up as a hero of peace,
    and there are no opposition papers in Russia to flay him mercilessly
    as the American press would have flayed Kennedy if he had suffered
    a comparable defi ..' But the only real (larger to Khrushchev comes
    from the Soviet military elite, and one must assumeuntil there is
    evidence otherwise thai the decision nol I volved in a nuclear
    war I a as as i uch a decision ol the generals as it was Khru-
    shchev -
    m nuclear
    rays
    studies and cosmic
    Dr. Landau is still in a Mos-
    cow hospital, as a result of an
    automobile accident last Jan-,
    uary. For a time, there were
    fears that the crash would prove
    fatal. Neurosurgeons, other
    specialists and "wonder" drugs
    were flown by the Soviet Gov-
    ernment to Moscow from Brit-
    ain, Canada and France to help
    save him.
    lie was reported as "making
    progress," but there were -till
    doubts as to whether he might re-
    gain his full intellectual capacity
    A -poke.-man here lor the Sov
    let Academy of Science, ol which
    Dr Landau is a member, .-aid the
    news was relayed to the physicist
    at the Mosci w hospital, and that
    he w..s verv excited In addi-
    tion to signifying world recogni-
    tion, the prize now is worth near-
    !\ Soll.lliill
    Winner of the annual community service award, presented
    to the outstanding teen-age club in the Greater Miami ]
    Community Center, is the Ebbs Girls Club, whose president,
    Sharon Gloger, receives the trophy from A. Budd Cutler. Cen-
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    North County Branch, won out in annual competition during
    the 1961-62 program yeor over 30 groups, which engaged in
    many different service projects during the year. The award
    is presented by the Center each year to the group cat.
    out the most extensive service program.
    UN Chief Rules
    Out Arab Works
    Continued from Page 1-A
    governments had "not rejected
    the principle of economic devel-
    opment per se" but that they had
    "affirmed the right of the ref-
    ugees to their homeland," which
    Dr. Davis has made clear he
    agrees with the Arab leaders is
    Israel.
    Referring to the Eric Johnston
    plan for a regional project to de-
    velop the waters of the .Ionian Riv-
    er. Dr. Davis reported merely that
    the plan fell through because
    Aral Israel collaboration vva- not
    possible'' lie failed to state, how-
    ever, that the Arab Governments,
    which had approved the technical
    and engineering phases of the John-
    ston plan, had reneged on political
    grounds, while Israel was ready to
    accept the plan
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    General Dag Hammarskjold for the
    economic integration of the entire
    Middle East, including not only
    the refugee population but also the
    rest of the people in the area He
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    showed "rea iness to cooperate in
    every manner." but he did not
    indicate clearly that the same
    governments killed the Hammar-
    skjold plan
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    Varied Service Programs of B'nai B'rith Viewed
    By JUDGE MILTON FRIEDMAN
    litioi I lly we bless people by
    B ; hundert and z\ anzig."
    B'rith today i- approaching
    birthday with a membership
    .-. to 100.000 persons in thou-
    ,nds of lodges throughout the
    Centered in its own build-
    in Washington, 1) C B'nai
    in incorporates programs such
    i \ lull Jewish E ucation, Armed
    rorces and Veterans, B'nai B'rith
    -, ': Oi janizations, Camp B'nai
    i ensh and Civic Al-
    Hillel Foundations, Israeli
    ims, National Jewish Month-
    d Vocational Service,
    Through Hillel, B'nai B'rith is
    functioning in 241 colleges
    - the globe, where more than
    -> Jewish students have the
    iniiy of availing themselves
    home awaj from home, <>f
    i < bj professional directors,
    nf r ceiving Jewish cultural
    ' .'ii- In District ."> alone,
    Pennsylvania south through
    ii have several Hillel
    lions and counsi lorships in
    B'nai B'rith Youth
    a arc i the need I
    Ji v ish i ader.-hip, B'nai
    ! aced a greal deal of
    i isis on its youth programs
    i teen-age bracket, Today.
    i n gitered membership of the
    ; ii B'rith Youth Organization is
    to 12.000, v ith close to 1.500
    ters Emphasis in its pro
    is on leadership training
    ! i rship training conferences in-
    Ii seminars on Judaism, ills-
    .hi of world problems, devel-
    i ol leadership skills and
    n the art.- Sonic 150 B'nai
    - have gone to Israel
    e past three summers for
    se of touring the coun-
    rking in a kibbutz, and
    lie problems of Israel,
    11' published seven Juda-
    amphlets designed for teen-
    i rs, representing a unique con-
    i but ion toward the Jewish educa-
    of high S< ho I youth [I
    established an L'lpan course
    ersalional Hebrew i ,i- a pan
    the si en week International
    rship Training Conference
    Jjdge Milton Friedman is 'm-
    rved-ate past president of District
    i B'nai B'rith. He is known here
    for his broad identification in a
    variety of civic and cultural or-
    Sanitations. This article is in
    tribute to B'nai B'rith's current
    'membership campaign.
    JUDGE MIITON A. FRIED/WAN
    BRY< >hasni
    Distriit 5, alonj w ith app
    Ij 30 >'.. pters in Da.ii intj Its
    progra social, al
    - .ice, rel
    culture In the i i-ks ol
    last summer, in VI imi
    ne da) .. raised S
    for tin \ ai u I hildn n's
    tal.
    The Adult Front
    The National Jewish Monthly.
    published by B'nai B'rith, covers
    .ill major developments in Jewish
    life during these significant years
    -ucb as the capture, trial and
    execution of Fichmann, the world-
    wide swastika outbreak-, an.I sur-
    veys of Jewish oppression in the
    Soviet l ".ion The monthly, which
    i omi ii' i to all B'nai B'rith mem-
    bers, has the largest circulation in
    the world of any monthly l
    zinc written with Jewish com
    The Vdult Jewish Edut
    Comm ssioi B'rith. wl h
    as v"i' i .. 1959 hai beejj *V
    v< \> pin : the i lui itioi jram
    "i B'nai B'i i i Juda-
    ism h. ve < include
    a l- el and in
    South Ami rii a, I now is
    on a ye; idj -discussion
    program, :.,. ng as ts a I a "liv-
    l( arning group in everj
    i ai ii : and lodgi A Visiting
    Scholar ser ha en sel up,
    through which an outstanding per-
    sonality is featured ai lectures
    aero.-s lhi country Dr Cecil Both,
    of Oxford University, England,
    was the visiting scholar in flic
    spring of 1962.
    Civic Affairs
    Today B'nai B'rith. through its
    Adull Education Commission, pub-
    lishes a quarterly magazine, "Jew-
    ish Heritage." which has become
    a major cultural contribution to the
    Jewish community. The first two
    volumes oi the Great Hooks Series,
    . so published by thi Commission,
    are in their second and third print-
    w ith two more volun i -
    d to appeal ti tl s year
    Although an organization devot-
    i primarlj to sen ici I
    : B rith ngagi : ac-
    lies ii i ommunity
    i \. rj i hase ol so< iet: 1 his is
    i through its C< mmission fdT
    hip and Civic Affairs. Its
    Employment of the Physically
    Handicapped program i- out stand-
    Its Bl'" Bank ; orgram is
    ttidelj supported.
    The Commission has n ce ved the
    Bo> Scouts of American Golden
    Jubilee Aw aril and the "Outstand-
    ing Citizenship Award" of the
    American Heritage Foundation. It
    is interesting to note that in Mi-
    ami. Sholem Lodge sponsors a Boy
    Scout Troop composed solely of
    physically handicappi I children.
    supplying them with scoutmasters
    and funds.
    Veterans Program
    Membr> i I have
    continued to serve most devotedly
    in the non -' tarian ser
    \ ice program in i i ry hi spital in
    this henyapiiere whj
    . p,.'ii nl Parties and pres
    ents ha i i bute to
    and brotherhood. A hi-1: hi
    la was the construction ol a
    portable bowling ramp by a B nai
    B'rith Lodge, permitting wheel
    chair patients to howl expertly,
    Pratt General Hospital in Coral
    Gables is a major beneficiarj ol
    the physical labors of B'nai B'rith
    groups here.
    Speaking of bowling, B'nai B'rith
    has a National Bowling Assn with
    leagues throughout the country.
    We are proud of the B'nai B'rilh
    Building in Washington, D.C., which
    houses all our agencies and, in par-
    ticcular, the Klutznick Exhibit
    Hall. This Hall is now listed as
    a tourist attraction in Washington
    in the AAA Tour Book and Board
    Ol Trade tourist literature. The
    Hall is named in honor of Phiiip
    M. Klutznick, a past president "I
    B'nai B'rith. who is a L'.S, Ambt -
    ador to the United Nations.
    Anti-Defamation League
    The record for of Is
    i Bonds b> B'nai B'rith is reall>
    : ssive one
    an accumulati e to $44.1
    in bonds and, in a Idil iin
    trees lia\ e i ted in
    dt ol the Jewish Nat I
    Incidentally, over 2.300 tourists
    have made a pilgrima> to Israel
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    i in housing
    and in :
    advert! ing, It help- in '.
    naintain ratioi of
    church In n state, and has i il'lu-
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    ig the KKK, and the American
    Partj. among othi
    Who can for [el that it was the
    ADL in Mian i which furni hed
    the information leading to the .
    rest and conviction of a M ami
    synagogue bomber, and th.it it was
    the ADL office in Miami that was
    picketed by the American Nazi
    Party last summer''
    What greater endorsement oi the
    effect of ADL on subversive force-''
    Note well, too. that the "Profiles Ol
    Communism." prepared by tin
    ADL, i.- now ;;ii accepted text iri
    schools throughout the country,
    Yes. B'nai B'rith i- the all-
    'round Jewish service organization
    for men and women, seriouslj ccr-
    ntion and affiliation.
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    Friday, November 9.
    19G2
    College Keeps Registration Open
    "Living Hebrew" has begun its fifth season on ch. 2, 10 p.m..
    each Thursday evening. Louis Schwartzman. director of the
    Bureau of Jewish Education, who will teach the course, shows
    the characters of the Hebrew alphabet to El Al Airlines Stew-
    ardess Janet Schiffres. First lesson in living Hebrew was en-
    ttled "Jet Age Hebrew," and illustrated the fact that many
    new words had to be coined to meet the vocabulary needs of
    today's world. Airplane, ice cream, taxi, missiles and rockets
    c:e among the words which can now be described in "Jet
    Age Hebrew."
    Newsman Reports Poland
    Jewry Dwindles to 25,000
    Continued from Page 1-A
    iJated or assimilating. Feu know
    Yiddi.-h and few care." He not-
    tri. "a valiant effort" on the part
    ol the cultural Jewish community
    the non-religious elementto
    bpread culture in the- form of Yid-
    dish hooks, and jdded that the ef-
    lort was more sui'ct--ful outside
    Warsaw, where nearly half of the
    n maining Jew s livi
    i said he had been informed
    al (here were nearly 1.500 Jew-
    ish children in the non-religious
    folk schools in communities other
    than Warsaw and Krakow. He ex-
    pressed the opinion that, if another
    Jewish creative community devel-
    oped in Poland, "it will be another
    of the miracles of Jewish survi-
    val."
    A visit to Krakow disclosed that
    of the 80.000 Jews who lived here
    before the Nazi holocaust, only
    2,000 were left, 1.300 of them 6C
    and older He called Krakow "a
    dying community" and added that
    "the .-qualor that is in evi; ence
    here is most d< pressing." He de-
    I the lives of the Jews in
    Krakow ..- bitter "The religious
    element is dwindling, the youth
    I 'cull iral' group
    e. and
    lew hi .( Isra< I
    ll| :.
    [reedoi
    a very -. all per
    ::.......
    . haven n Israel "
    Registration is continuing at the
    College of Jewish Studies First
    sessions were-held in the Southwest
    area .aU^th pavukConeWgaUDO
    ; on Tuesday and in the North Dade
    area at Beth Torah Congregation
    on Thursday.
    Courses in Hebrew. Bible and
    History are offered at both loca-
    tions, with added forums on "Giants
    in Jewish Literature." "Message
    ot the Prophets," "Crises in Jew-
    . ish Life," and "Lifetime of a Jew "
    Special courses for Hebrew and
    Sunday school teachers in ad-
    vanced subjects and teaching
    methods are also continuing reg-
    istration on Wednesday and Fri-
    day mornings at the Bureau of
    Jewish Education building.
    R< gistrars at the three locations
    of the college are Saul Rabin, edu-
    cation director at Beth David Con-
    gregation; Abraham J. Gittelson,
    education director at Beth Torah
    Congregation; and Louis Schwartz-
    man, executive director of the Bu-
    reau of Jewish Education,
    The Bureau Is co-sponsoring adult
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    courses "Know Your Prayer Book,"
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    Temple Emanu-EI religious
    school activity, both in and out
    of classroom, has gathered momen-
    tum the past week.
    The school now enjoys the larg-
    est enrollment in it- history, with
    more than 500 students in nursery
    and kindergarten, the Foundation
    School, the Hebrew and Sundaj
    school, and Confirmation D< ;
    ment. reports educational director,
    Morris Tarasow
    Pan nts .. tet ded two evi
    : bj T< mple PTA
    botl n si and
    77th ncctini
    Taras an c his si
    Naomi B Bi andeis, nurst 1
    kin ei gartt 1 ipervi rep rted
    on her irip I the National A sn
    for Nurser> i Confi n
    held al the Hi !< Shi n in Phil-
    - phia.
    The next TempU Emanu El re-
    ligious school PTA board meeting
    is planned for Wl 10
    a :n in Sirkin Hall ;it the Temple
    Tiferefh Israel Card Parfy
    Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
    sponsor a luncheon and card party
    on Tuesday, starting at 11:30 a.m.
    Hostesses are Mrs, 1 la Roth man
    and Mrs Rose Schwartz.
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    Torah Congregation; Rabbi Sam-
    1 uel M. Maehtei. of B'nai Sholofn
    j Congregation; Herbert Berger, as-
    sistant director of the Bureau of
    Jewish Education; Rabbi Harold
    Richter, Dade Heights Jewish Cen-
    ter; and Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
    Aiath Yeshuran Congregation.
    Tht second forum will deal
    with "Giant* in Jewish Litera-
    ture," with revolving faculty
    of Rabbi David Rosenfeld, Flag-
    ler-Granada Jewish Center; Dr.
    Nathaniel Soroff, consultant, Bu-
    reau of Jewish Education; Rabbi
    Morris Skop, Temple Beth Shir-
    ah; Louis Schwartiman, execu-
    tive director, Bureau of Jewish
    Education; and Rabbi Morton
    Malavsky, Israelite Center. These
    courses are open to the general
    community and particularly to
    residents of South Beach.
    .lo>eph B. Gorinstein is president
    of Hatikva Lodge with Judge
    Frederick N. Barad as chairman
    ol the adult education committee.
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    Page 13-A
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    ... ipi i'i .. .
    SAYINGS OF FATHERS
    Berakot. 7.
    A curings of conscience fa a '
    . ins heart is better than all the
    m nftmgs^ ma* remit.
    *
    \K t Jc-Rabhi Nathan, chap. 15.
    Rabbi EUezer ben Hyrcanui saij
    :f day before thy death
    H '',:.-lfs a>J(fJ hlffl "Hu> is
    nble /or a tnjn to repent one
    re his death, since he does
    ii :< on what day he shall
    II, replied "So much die
    .;< 'i in ther? that lie should
    every day !r.i he die the
    T'm% Kill .ill hi! daVJ
    ":ul ones."

    Yoma, 86b
    Simf !- .'
    fetu i
    .... il tins lo
    Repent
    . iii ;-


    Jn Mankind Learns How Good
    It is to Dwell in Unity
    lavni s
    r^eligious d*~ij*
    ii
    v\ ncstioi}
    Hex
    Amora?"
    mei
    id '.,...
    he Jew i-:i code ol la
    -nt i lied Amor-
    r: on from Ihe
    meaning "to say In
    .- word took on the ad-
    meaning ol "to explain"
    et." Since these ex
    - and interpretations were
    :i\ en orally. it i- under-
    : that they were "said" and
    who gave them "said"
    I hey were thus called
    By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
    Congregation Both El
    Once upon a time, there lived
    a family of many .brothers. The
    family was torn, by constant fight-
    ing. Each brother wished to be-
    come the master of the house.
    Their father, who constantly plead-
    ed with them to live in peace, tried
    to teach them he was the master,
    and that only by following his
    house rules, would each enjoj a
    better life. The father was very
    sad. For he no sooner stopped
    grieving for one son. when new
    fighting began, and fresh tears
    A-ere shed,
    In order to insure their divisive
    ness, Ihey erected many walls and
    barriers between themcurtains of
    iron, bamb tus, and the like.
    They > ontii spoki 'i "peace-
    tence" w hich w is
    I, for their relationship was
    anything but peaceful
    \- thi grew older.
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    I
    RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFf
    . enemy within
    fighting grew stronger Thej fr n si cks and stones lo
    mortars and missiles Th ir father's patience was wearing thin. For al
    h he felt thai growing up would teach them to live in peace adult-
    hood was slow in coming
    The brothers could not understand thai each eh.Id was equally prec-
    ious in his father, having been created in his image And so their strife
    continued. The best that maid be hoped for was a temporary truce.
    call< I tn regain some of the strength sapped by the previous combat
    i hildhood gave way to adolescence', hut maturity never seemed I
    rive. In fact, the father was about read) to give up hope, convinced
    thai he was raising a gang ol confirmed, perennial juvenile delinquents
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
    Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday B:30 a m
    Sermon: "Who Waa the Hrnl Reform-
    er in Jewish History?" Bar Mltsvah:
    Knrlquo, aim Kosolchyk.

    BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
    aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
    Cantor William W. Lioson.
    Iii.In-, sir. p.m. Ban Mltxvah: sii.i-
    daughtei ul Mr and M'- \ hi
    ,i lit-t-r. Saturday i m Bur Mlta-
    . h I .. i.i -..ii ,.f Mr. and Mr- Irv-
    i $ i -;i.i. -

    BETH EL. 500 Sw i/tn ave. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
    - \

    BETH EMETH. 12250 \W 2n3 ave
    Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
    C,ir:o: H> -i.in Fein.
    .
    . .
    --
    BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralrla ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
    St rn >
    Ti 11
    --
    BETH JACOB 30--311 Washington
    ave. Orth;aax. Rabbi Tioor Stern.
    Cantor- Maurice Mamcnes.
    I i Sat ii* il -n
    -
    [ J Vim

    3ETH KODESH. 1*01 SW ::th ave.
    Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
    Kriilni ~ '' Vi '"
    i rwanl S itui da) i-" s- ''-
    A IVr. nni il I'n l'..in H
    ml
    GEMS OF WISDOM
    f\ :.; m lUtll
    Lrr the

    tdlve
    U'orty rum
    PROA ERBS

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    I Ifi not die
    in .., icfi -ii eel wire.
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    N




    What Is the "Tosofta?"
    I isefta" is a collection of
    ol the "Tanaim" arranged
    f
    M ii, M mild, son M
    One day, a serious crisis broke OUt, which threatened to destroy Mack Uttman
    the entire family. The brothers, divide,! into two armed camps, were
    approaching each other with all their accumulated, naked power ex-
    posed. They were on a collision course, and the moment of truth had
    arrived Here, the strangest thing happened. The combatants, instead
    of lunging, stared at one another for a moment of frozen silence, then
    thi ame order as the Ifishnah, melted away from the expected clash. For in that terrifying moment.
    ollectiOO assembled by Rab-, they had grasped the stark reality that the mortal enemy was in fact
    bi Judah the Briucei. It therefore, their own selves. They then bemoaned all the years of futile fury M'.,x"
    has the form of a code of law like
    he Mishnah, The term "Tosefta"
    means "addition'" in the sense that
    is an additional code that the
    primary code is the Mishnah. The
    lultii'tt-d b) the
    I'miurcKation
    BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky

    BETH TORAH. i>4tn st. "d NE 11th
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
    schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
    baum.
    ImiiI.iv 5:3o and in p.m Saturda)
    s r. i m Bar Mltavah Ijeonard, son
    f Mr and Mr.- Solomon Tonnkid
    ,i Mr and .Mr- Nathan
    and wasted bloodshed. sturman _#_
    They begM to understand their father's words. "Behold, how good coral way jewi sh center
    and how sweet it Is for brothers to dwell together in unity." Unity. c.ns.r..i. rasw ^n ,.. m.-
    they realized, could bring unlimited heights of mutual benefit and Gershon Levin.
    progress. By working with, instead of against each other, they could Frldas
    v Llttli \'"' i* ii 'l-ii' Saturda>
    I isefta" sometimes explains the build their family as a secure and powerlul force for good. They thus vY, ., m Bin Mltavah Larry, son ol
    -'in.ih and gives reasons for its fell upon each other in a firm and passionate embrace, pledging eternal Mr and Mm irvlngPeppei
    Sometimes it gives variant l fidelity and love
    ions to laws which are quoted Their proud father looked on with a smile of approval. And so alter
    il dissenl in the Mishnah. At a i,)nj> anf| difficult childhood, the familynamed mankindfinally grew
    il has laws winch are con-1 uPi ;iI1d the) lived happily ever after.
    in the laws of the Mishnah
    are occasions when it adds
    to the laws of Mishnah.
    *
    Y.hat is "Midrash?"
    Midrash is a general term
    'n collections of statements,
    iily ;md late, which directly
    et or derive law s and oar-
    (rom the Bible The term
    from a root meaning "to Congregation Beth El, of .""'" SM
    or "to derive." Since 17th ave., Miami, had its origin in
    i was original code and the old Beth David Orthodox Syna
    ; Jewish history, the nat- gogue on N.W 3rd ave. In 1927,
    lence ol events was that the congregation left its old quar
    firsl tried to deduce from ters and rented a building on SW 3i
    Congregation Beth El
    i .1 in
    Spiritual
    Leaders o| Miami
    il A
    IITZ
    Coord 11
    DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
    GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Harold Richttr.
    Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
    Prlda) S r. i' in "" 'in..n "Should
    Jews Prone!)' '' Sl' '' :!
    a in S.-riii Pi rtlon of the w k
    Bar Mltxvah Brm M' ""l
    Mr- Morrl* Nagler
    FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
    pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
    feld. Cantor George Goldberg.
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
    Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
    ! ridai mil 15 p "i Sl''"'.""
    . in itar Mlti h Rdward
    .., Mr- ii ml Mr- Lewis Pom
    : M

    TEMPLE B'NAI S-OLOM. 16800
    22nd ave. C native. RaDoi S.
    M. Machtei.
    -

    -
    S< rvlci
    dr. I. o| Hi- .)
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
    ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
    -
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
    Frlda> ':1a p "> Sei mon; "t>ttera
    ii-,in the i:.n Ih bj Mark Twain.

    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
    Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordeeai
    Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown.
    FTlda> s r, n.m Sermon: "Rabbis In
    i i iform Chaplnlno i>nt. nnlal ib-
    bath Saturdaj l:30 a.m Bar M I
    vah leffrej w>n ,f Mr. and Mr". Hr-
    herl Blate,

    TEMPLE MF.NORAH. 820 75th at.
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
    owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
    --
    TEMPLE NER TAMlu. 80th at. ana)
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Can-
    tor Saul H. Breeh.
    1 |da) S:15 p m Sermon "I 'ommi I -
    ,,i'i ill.- Current Bible Controvers)
    Saturda) *: is a.n t" Rtlon "C
    n,-u atudenta

    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Daniel M. Lowy.
    |. ridai ''.'' p "i Sermon t < rti
    | ||\er< ,l Stevi n '' ld< nl '
    thi- M.utli roup which 'lll ronduet
    ..iv ... Saturda) 11 ;i m. Bar Mlt-
    vi.h Hiim ird M and Mra.
    Koherl Popowlta

    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Wernick. Cantor Albert Giant*
    ! -...... Sermoi Irnw '
    \ ii,..- >m Shu i.i,.' '. .....
    ,,., h,,,, Salur.l i ii 'ii
    laws and narratives,
    P /
    '\ C IICJIOII
    7/,c
    s, lUe.
    , \ C t
    \\ :
    Anti Jewish Attitudes Found
    si for twenty live dollar- a month.
    and changed its name to Miami
    Jewish Orthodox Congregation. The
    ding was later purchased for a
    modest sum Before long, the faci-
    lities proved too small for Its grow-
    ing mi mbership, and the property club, and Young Adult
    in SW IT''", ave., and sixth sl was among its affiliates,
    purchased
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
    Orthodox. Raobi David Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seif.
    Sal la) ., in
    n Walklim th i
    - e
    SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB ?'
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
    Klein.
    I, ->.;. in Sermon T hi Ni ii
    hurt) new I null in
    lie i a in. S
    I ,. I,,l>li 11 -
    TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 1025
    Cltlbs NE :83rd It.. Miami Gardens rd.
    RabB, Jonah E.Capian. Cantor Mor-
    ris Berger.
    |-| laj s.l ii m s'e....... I'" -lews
    Leaders of Beth El include Rab .; ''/;.
    In 1940 Ihe present synagogue, bi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader; v ',
    ,., B ,,,,, Beth El. was construct- Ate Chief, president; Philip Ber- BETT,"AVT95o n. Ken,.,
    ed there As the congregation had kowitz, honorarj life president. 0r So M,am,. Rii,ra. Rabbi
    lewish no classroom, the Hebrew school an according to a psychia still mei in the old building To president.
    meet the increasing needs, Beit
    IINGTON (JTA) Amei
    " college -indents. wh"<
    ielf-esteem as Negroes, arc
    ting
    I Study released lure The
    reported to the recent world
    ress on Sociology, was pre-
    ' d b> personnel ol the Psychia
    litute at the University ol
    land.
    ' students tested al Morgan
    I ullege in Maryland indicat-
    lings that Jews are clan
    Strange, and unpredictable"
    '- found that, among the
    ing iiitelleciu.il Negro youth,
    phc Jewish minority is also view-
    in stereotypic terms." Agree-
    ' was expressed with a state
    stalled, and has been fully air-con
    ditioned, as has been the auditor
    mm.
    The thriving program of Beth El
    serves the needs ol all age groups,
    ii ha- Hebrew and Sunday -eh.ml-.
    I ROM sim \
    M ,.,- ol i \,i..\ (Ul turv)
    and
    lha<: I
    purchased the property on the 5th
    -i side ol NU i:th ave, In 1946,
    the presenl school was built, togeth
    er with the auditorium, completing
    its present structure. The syna-
    gogue, with a seating capacity f
    five-hundred, had sofl opera seats |,i.,,,..i.,..
    (juill iay "Jews have
    moral stand
    Hi "' ''"'
    :
    , I :'
    ifl m\
    it has an
    h"! Ill I)
    ihi lat*
    in 1 i.-.ll, ill i,.li of
    \.. H.ll
    expres.seo wn .. m...-- with fine modern Classrooms ,
    ' thai "there n something dif posl graduation class, as weu as
    ""t and strange about Jews; It's junior congregation,
    to tell Whal the] are thinking a lull eduction program, under tne
    Plannin what makes '0 ot it- spiritual leaaer. i
    luk has an act.ve Sisterhood, Mens
    ii

    I
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
    WOOD. 1351 S. '4 ave. Retorm
    Rabbi Samuel Jiffe.

    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
    Hall. 1153:1 So Dime hwy. Recon-
    structionist. R a t i f Morris Skop
    Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
    ii rim s I p "i S< i H \v hai -
    I .... the i nlti .1 Nations "
    Sal in > 10:30 i m >' mon lial
    made thi Oentlli nan > He-
    i.i, w '

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

    TEMPLE BETH SHO'.OM 4141 Chast
    a>e Liberal Ra'-bi Leon Kronish
    Cantjr David Conviser.
    .... SVrmni I I

    v | M.
    Flammgo Way Conservative. Rabol
    Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ja;K
    Lerner.

    TEMPLE ZAN-OR* 44 Zamora av.
    Rabbi Herschei Brooks. Cantor"
    Ben Zvi
    I The Mean-
    ins
    S,.t l Place that j
    < Man thai 11


    TEMPLE ZION. 5*20 SW 17th it.
    Conservative Rahbi Alfred Wan-
    man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
    ! i,i,t v ',1 p in S rmun I* 'tiiina-
    linns nt Itrlii Shalih it
    host West Mini '' ind \ *
    M ah:
    . si n nl Mi ind Mrs l-ei F

    YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Oixia
    hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
    Steinmeti. Cantor Maurice Neu.
    i : i,1.1\ Satui da)
    Mltiv :ih M.iiii Ii ,n nl Ml -.
    !: -, n/.w i-
    YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 it.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauher
    , ', I:, ;. i i I.,.
    Si rmon To Land I'nknown."
    T
    CANDIMGHTING TIME
    12 Heshvcm 5:17 p.m.


    Page 14-A
    a #rw> ."*.# IFlrriiH''.^iir
    Friday. November 9, 1962*
    Browsing With Books: By HILARY M1NDLIN
    The Real Question Today is How We Shall Survive
    THE DILEMMA Of TMEMODERN JEW. By Joachim
    Prim. 218 pp. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 34 Bea-
    con st. $4.50.
    QR. JOACHIM PRINZ, president of the American Jew-
    ish Congress and rabbi of Temple B'nai Abraham in
    Newark, begins his analysis of the dilemma of the mod-
    ern Jew at its proper source, in recent history. The
    French emancipation in 1791 and the period of the En-
    lightenment in Europe held forth the promise of equality
    to Jews. It was a promise quickly broken by the waves
    of anti-Semitism which swept away Jewish hopes, dash-
    ing them finally on the rocks of Germany. In a brilliant
    capsule charting. Dr. Prinz navigates the nightmare years
    of the 19th and 20th centuries, culminating in the re
    markable movement which was Zionism and Us dream
    the State of Israel.
    The Zionist dilemma poses in microcosm the dilem-
    ma of Jewry as a whole. In an articulation which will
    please no Zionists. Dr. Prinz writes: "While until 1948
    the Zionists acted as if there were a state, they now act
    as if there were no state The whole Zionist ideology,
    which presupposes a deterioration of Jewish positions all
    over the Diaspora, is no longer valid." As to Israel itself.
    the area in which she fails us "most tragically is religion
    . Nothing has come from Jerusalem, not even a word.
    Against all expectations of a great renaissance of Juda-
    ism, what has emerged so far is the most debased form
    of religion: ritualism and politics.'"
    The major question for the "phenomenon" of Amer
    Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    No Difference in Style of Castro, Nasser
    Washington!
    CIDEL CASTRO'S Arab friend
    are still receiving Soviet offen I
    sive arms including items actually|
    named on the United States Navy's
    Cuban quarantine contraband list
    But should the Israeli Navy stop|
    and search Russian freighter;
    boun.1 for the Nile, the U.S. Stat|
    Department would never under
    stand.
    In any event. President Kennedy's bold challenge
    to the Soviet arms build-up in Cuba will have defi-
    nite repercussions in the Middle Bast. Israel can
    no longer be asked to view dispassionately the hos-
    tile bases on its borders, similar as they are to the
    Cuba that provoked President Kennedy.- October 22
    blockade action.
    No one expects Premier Ben-Gurion to provide
    a quarantine o: Arab ports or for the Israeli Navj
    UN Listening Post:
    By SAUL CARSON
    Bigotry Put in Focus
    wf
    I'mted Nations
    WRITING ABOUT human rights
    and the first against Anti-Sem-
    - al a time oi deep world crisis
    nay seem specious Indeed, tue
    irerj discussion here ol resolution
    [condemning "all manifestations of
    /'\L anal prejudice and national and
    ^B d|H rolitin ii- iiitolcrani-j-" evoked de-
    u. .-!-.mi from cynics The> pointed
    out that, while the Security Council as debating the
    Cuban issue, with America's Adlai Stevenson squar-
    ed off in verbal combat against Russia's Ambassador
    Zorin, the great auditorium was filling with a capac-
    ity crowd come to heal' a special United Nations Day
    concert bj the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra.
    Russia's great violinist, Hand Oistrakh, was the
    soloist, "Oistrakh fiddles while the Charter burns,"
    quipped an East European correspondent bitterly.
    And yel isn't the dream of enjoyment ol human
    rights and human dignity what the I'mted Nations
    is really about? Soto human rights,
    That resolution cited above has been pending a
    long time The Sub-commission on Prevention of
    Discrimination and Protection ol Human Rights first
    rafted it. and adopted it, in the winter ol l
    The subcommiasion had shown excrement over the
    swastika plague that became world wide after ex-
    Nazis smeared the Cologne synagogue with the hat-
    ed Hitler symbol on Christmas Eve oi 1959
    The Human Right.-. Commission, parent body ol
    the subcommission, passed its own resolution on
    the same subject. The Human Rights Commission's
    draft went to its parent body, the Economic and
    Social Council, where it was adopted At each of
    these stages, there were changes, some watering
    down. But it issti I a strong resolution Lasi year it fin-
    Assembly voted the resolution unanimously Other
    assigned to the Social. Cultural and Humanitarian
    Committee Tin committee just could not find the
    time to debate the draft in 1961. but voted to put
    it down lor detinue discussion this year. That's
    when- we are new
    The resolution under debate doe- not name any
    country: it is general in its application, against all
    countries Bui the Soviet Union is one of the prime
    targets. Others agafajSt whom il i-- aimed are two
    Germans, Cast and West, where there are --till many
    Nazis, too many in public service, a number ol South
    American countries, where former Nazis and Fas-
    cist.- have found a haven since thev escaped Allied
    justice after the defeat of Hitler and Mussolini; and,
    of course, the Arab states, where Jews are discrim-
    inated against Still, it is the USSR that occupies
    the center of the bullseye. That was made clear
    by the preparations for the debate on the item, of-
    ficially known as "No. 47" on tin- year's Assembly
    agenda.
    to intercept ships delivering Soviet offensive arms,
    such as heavy jet bombers and missiles. Israel ha.I
    enouah trouble back in I960 when she intercepted
    and confiscated a Nazi war criminal. Mr. Adolf Eich-
    man. in Argentina.
    The I'mted Arab Republic and Syria have re-
    ceived more TC-16 Soviet jet bombers than C S
    spokesmen estimated to be in Cuba at the time of
    the President's action The TC-16 bomber i> on the
    Navy's Cuban blacklist. Thi> gives Israel a better
    case in espousing her defensive need-. Israel can
    now cite the Kenned) proclamation.
    Arab military pilots and other personnel are
    being trained in the Soviet Cnion. Sino-Soviet bloc
    technicians are working in the Arab military estab-
    lishment. There are even some of the West Her
    liners, we are committed to defend, working along-
    side Soviet technicians in Egypt, assembling rockets
    for Nasser The West German Government has yet
    to take effective action on such conduct of it- citi-
    zens,
    It the deceit practiced by Castro and the Soviets
    in Cuba occasioned American action, public opinion
    cannot expect Israel to face, unaided, the military
    supply collaboration of Nasser and the Soviets.
    The White House decision to sell Hawk anti-
    aircraft missiles to Israel has already suggested
    a new policy. The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency,
    which published Mich detailed photos of the Ifuss
    ian arms in Cuba, could not have missed the similar
    Russian weapons in Arab .state.-.
    In 1956, the Eisenhower-Dulles-Lodge team rush
    ed to the United Nations to side with Russia igainsl
    Israel's "quarantine" action in Sinai-Suez. Yet Is-
    rael was motivated by the same principle that moti-
    vate I President Kennedy on Ocl 22a threatening
    Soviet-supplied militarj build-up on adjacent terri-
    tory,
    There are differences The Cuban bases and
    jet bombers are undei direct Soviet militat
    trol Russian officers are present to restrain i trig-
    ger-happj Castro, Rut Nasser is free ol such re-
    strait, his base the more dangerous because he
    act unilateral!) Nasser openly has proclaimed a
    goal of physically destroying Israel, a nation
    but one-tenth ol Egypt's population. Castro ha; said
    nothing about annexing the i nited Mate-..
    There is another difference. Nasser in
    was actually sending commando raids into l-i
    territory. But Castro has made no such armed at-
    tacks on the United state-
    Are Soviet jet bomber- less effectiveor less
    "naughty" when based in Egypt than in Cuba? \xe
    Israeli.- supposed to be less concerned about their
    security than American-' The Russian technicians
    in Cuba are a terrible menace What about similar
    Sino-Soviet bloc technicians in the Arab states?
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    can Jewry is whether it can survive in spite of freedom
    and democracy, as the author puts it. This is the old
    argument of whether it is persecution which has kept the
    Jews alive, but Dr. Prinz rings a few changes, not all of
    them on key. The American Jew's association with his
    group is a voluntary and therefore a moral act. he says
    which is rather debatable but he then goes on to
    contradict this by saying that the group structure, the
    cohesive economic and social nature of the Jewish com-
    munity, has made assimilation "physically impossible."
    While he rightly believes that self-hatred is a psychi-
    atric, not a Jewish, concern, his analysis of the American
    Jew's seff-affirmaticn as only a good beginning seem-
    somewhat harsh. Nevertheless, it sets the scene for the
    more valuable disciisson of this new "Homo judaicus" and
    what he will make of his survival and his Judaism
    For the real question is no longer whether we shall
    survive, but how we shall survive. And while l)r Prinz
    speaks briefly of the necessity of building a relationship
    with Israel, and of the importance of knowledge to both
    survival and the reasons for survival, he mostly flounders
    in a bog of sentimentality and Jewish poetics. Gleaming
    here and there are the valuable seeds of his thinking
    which should have borne fruit particularly one calling
    for the liberation of organized Jewish religion from
    "those kindergarten approaches which call for chocolate-
    flavored and sugar-coated Judaism, for easy-to-digesl set
    mons and social hustle and bustle."
    Dr. Prinz is elsewhere too gentle with his people
    it is criticism which make- progress, not sweet poes.v
    Our Film Folk:
    By HERBERT G. LUFT
    About Molly Picon
    M
    Holly wood
    |OLLY PICON, the beloved first
    lady of the Yiddish stage and
    screen, i- now in Hollywood mak-
    ing her English-language motion
    picture debut in "Come Blow Your
    Horn." from the Broadway comedy
    by Neil Simon, in which -In
    stars portraying Frank Sinatra -
    mother, with another great Ji
    actor. Lee .1 Cobb. as the crooner's father Jill SI
    John (Oppenheimer), one of the most photographed
    young women in the world, appears as Prankie's
    slightly dumb but very lucious neighbor
    Molly and her husband. Jacob Kalich, an
    friends oi this columnist. We were together two
    year, ago m London where Miss Picon portra
    the Gertrude Berg role in "Majority of one
    posite the very British "Japanese" Robert Morlej
    She tells me now that she took a leave ol ah-<
    from the cast of the New York musical Milk
    Honey" to make the movie in Hollywood Mr
    Mrs. Kalich return to the East in November
    It vva- in 194H when still in Na/i Gorman)
    l saw the firsl Yiddish language Molly Picon m
    winch was nade a year earlier m Warsaw, Poll
    Actually. Moll) I- a pro .net of the Lower East -
    where she started in an amateur show at tin
    d live it was Jacob Kalich who took her
    to Europe where she ,i|>pcarcd in England, Frat
    Russia. Poland. Rumania, Belgium. Switzerland;
    and to South Africa, South America, and of course
    to Israel
    Moll) Picon has remained on the top ol her
    profession tor over a quarter of a centur) sin
    peared frequently on TV, in luding the Ed Sui
    and .lack l'arr slums, and was seen m several Broad-
    wav play>. such as .Morning Star She and her
    husband have sold literati) millions and millions ol
    Bonds for Israel Molly sings and --peak.- in man)
    languages, but prefers Yiddish, the language ol her
    heart, always managing to disarm her audieni
    Time Honored Custom of 'Putting on the Dog'
    UMHEN WE WERE kid- down south, a
    expression we md use
    was stuck up." I don't think it is
    any more It had -.ulh ln,
    current "stick 'em up it mes
    ting on the dog \l> father used ti
    buy odd lots ol -hoe- .., that I usual!)
    wore mismates, so naturall) it was
    for me to be stuck up i was just stuck
    One boy I knew had sweet rolls for_
    breakfasl in the morning; naturall) he had reaso be-
    ing "stuck up." II you lived in a better house, you Could
    be "stuck up. There were a few who lived in a better
    house and even those whose parents could speak English
    well and weren't stuck up. but there were many like
    that, it stands to reason. But there were some and thev
    would associate with us as though we too were of the
    manor born.
    President Ben-Zvi of Israel is not "stuck up" He
    insists. | am told, on shining his own -hoe- One dav
    he went out of his house and found the sentry guarding
    his home had not had lunch The sentry explained t'lit
    the soldier who was to have relieved him had not arrived.
    So Ben Zvi said to him: "You go ahead and take lunch.
    I II stand in your stead."
    This, I thmk. is carrying it too far. Suppose some
    foreign diplomats had arrived and seen the President ol
    Lrael standing guard? How would it look" And what
    would he say to thi diplomats'1 "Go in, take a seat Then
    i- an ol cop> ol Life Magazine on the table Make
    self a (up of tea. I have to stay here and guard the
    President." Besides, I doubt whether Ben-Zvi is of the
    type hardy enough to guard the President
    I read a similar story about the soldier guardini I
    Gurion Mr- Paula Ben-Gurion asked him to go tor a
    bottle of milk. He answered it was his duty lo guard the
    Prime Minister So Paula said to him: "You go ahead
    and get the milk. I'll protect the Prime Minister'
    In this case, it's different Paula can guard the
    Prime Minister as well as any soldier. Paula doesn't even
    need a gun.
    They are simple democratic people, these rulers of
    Israel, they are not stuck up. Not Ben /.v i and Bcii-Curion
    alone, but all the host of pioneer builders of Israel.
    O
    J
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    THE wii.i.i A.Msr.riniii
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    THE HOl.l.AH SAV1NOS BANK
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    i. to foreclose a mortgage upon Ihe befor. Novemb. 162, and to
    following described real propert) servi .. cop) ol such answer upon
    U.t s!" Block 73. Carol City. Second MYERS IlKIMAN. KAPLAN and
    Addition, according l. the plal
    then
    page
    01 geth.
    i a i >
    dead oi
    -J..II1S- s.
    Itors or
    throug ii
    members
    .11,.11. a n
    grantei s,
    unknown
    t.r.si
    ril
    I.
    alive, and ihe unknown
    a.-\ i-.. -. ki antei and i n d-
    other persons laiming by,
    ,,i under said unknown
    it alive, and If dead Ihelr
    heirs, de> i..... legatee* or
    ami ail |.. is..us know n "I
    having laiming an) In-
    .... i to the follow ing di a-
    I land, to wll
    .t :'. PRINCETON PARK, sc-
    at
    R, agalnsl
    n
    th. Plal thereof,
    Book :. Pa
    -..:.!. f I'.nl.
    .1,1-
    ..f the
    'ount).
    rding b
    ed ill I'll'
    Public R
    Florida
    You ami each of you ni" hereby
    notified ih.u lull has- been filed In the
    abovi named Court b) the above
    named plaintiffs for the purpose "f
    quieting title "f toe plaintiffs In and
    t.i the propert) Involved, hereinabove
    described
    \. H ARE HEREBY REQl'lREP lo
    s,.i\.. a cop) of your answ.r oi plead-
    ings ,.n ARONtA'ITZ. SILVER i
    SCHER, the plaintiffs' attorneys, and
    !., ni,. on original In Ihe office ol ihe
    Clerk of the Circuit Court oi the
    Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for
    Dade County, Florida, on or before
    Hi.- ^th da) "i November, I'Ji'i. In
    default .if which a Decree Pro ''.n-
    f,..-,. ill be tntered agaln.il ).....ltd
    each of you.
    IM.NK AND ORDERED at .Minn
    Dade County, Florida, this S3rd day
    ,,f .. tobei. A li l2
    E. B. LEATHERMAN,
    i 'I. i k of the i "n cull i '.iiirt
    l lade Counts, Florida
    i-, .,ii [I; C P. >PELAND
    11,-;iiii> i "lei k
    ARONOVITZ. SILVER and SCHER
    \ii, ii for I'lamtit i -
    .;M Unsh s Building
    Miami 12, l-lmlda
    1" ;''.. II .'-!i-lll
    omplainl with th
    . aid i '.-in t. and
    i upon plaintiff's
    I-ink. nib Floor
    plaintiff
    ' the ai,
    . COU) thel
    MARTIN
    Federal in.Ik Miami i:'. Florida
    let than November 88, I9U -.r
    i Pro i'.mi. sao .vHi be entered
    ou.
    I' VTEI i i tctober ^4, IM1
    E II, LEATHERMAN
    1 li rk ..f ihe Circuit Court
    B) N A MKWKIT.
    Deput) I'blk
    FINE
    Plaintiff
    i >ade Federal Hl II.....la
    10 H, n S-9-16
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    " "'!: IS HEREBY HIVKN Iliai
    ned, desiring i>. < ngage in
    i. i Hi. fictitious name ol
    ' '> ^ i'i HUT al S "> 110 Smith
    fay, -.nil il.il.lis. h*la.,
    to reglstei said name uith
    M UlTIN
    M
    FIN LEY JONES, Trustee in
    Ilankrupti v. JOSEPH I. SH \^
    CATHER1NEG. SHAW In- wife,
    VICTI H( V VS1LESKI and IRM '.
    VASII ,ESK I his wife, and the
    UNITED ST VIKS ol- AMERU 'A,
    11. I. ndants
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    tid
    Ti
    You
    above
    si II lit
    Court
    hi
    caption*
    '"I.
    I M
    Bad. ,
    Tall.,
    -1-" LI
    ol the Circuit
    " mt). 1 lorida.
    "' > APARTMENTS
    ") lii int Sih ,i 1 '. -
    ^ n Sohmer, v. Pres,
    " aller and 1.11111..11
    Vpai i menti
    I niu-t
    N> '
    ... I...V
    "' Rd Miami I
    . ach
    ll i-9-H-i>
    .lUSKl'll I. SHAW and ('A'l'H-
    ER1NE U SHAW. RBS1DBM B
    UNKNOWN if alive and if dead,
    the unknown heirs, devisees,
    granti es, assign, es. Ilenora, crea-
    trustees .....tti. i claimants
    claiming by, through, undei or
    agalnsl an) of the above namM
    defendants who are den-eased
    eb) notified that tne
    ,i a, tlon has i..-.n In-
    i agalnsl you In the Clr. ult
    i ih. ELEVENTH Judicial
    ,,, ult of Florida In and for DADE
    County to foreclose :. mortgag. upon
    the following descrlb. ,1 rea pi !;' .
    lad 13. Block ".- FIRST ADDI I ION
    TO CAROL CITY according to the
    i-iai thereof, recorded n Plal I.....k
    H Pago 19 the Publii R< ords of
    Had.- county, FlorMa.
    You an required to file yur an-
    wai in idaintlffK complaint iin tne
    Clerk oi the aforesaid I ourt. and
    . Ihereol I.....n plaintiffs
    m VRTIN FINE, I ith Floor
    |..,d.- Federal Bldg Miami 12, Florida
    ,., fete, than November 19, IMJ
    i ,,,- I.....bnfesao will be eniwad
    against you. .
    liHieil i. in!" i 16, l.'"-
    K II LEATHERMAN
    CI. rk of Hi. in. am Pourt
    , B) C r COPELAND
    j leput) l "let k
    MARTIN KINK
    Attorney foi Plaint If I
    mh Flooi I>ade hed. ral B dg
    i .i \ .-
    all.
    (seal)
    Miami 32, I
    1 I 19-26, U/--9
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 62C 11184
    I.EN WOOD W FREAS,
    Plaintiff,
    MARGARET MAIIV FREAS,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Tl' Margaret Mar) Fri as
    31 cram Avenue
    i: i-i irange, New J. i se)
    Von, Margaret Mar) Fi-eas, are
    hereb) notified thai Bill ol Com-
    plain) for Divorce has been filed
    agalnsl you, and you are required to
    s.ive a cop} of your Answer or Plead-
    ing t.i the Bill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiffs attorney. Hllers F. Silver-
    man M-112 Biscayne Building, Miami
    jo I-1. ni, la. and file the original An-
    swer or Pleading In the ..ffi.-.- of Ihe
    Clerk of ih.- Circuit Court on a' W-
    tore the 19th day of November,
    ir v..ii fail in do so, Judgment
    taull 'll l"' tak.-n agalnsl
    the relief demanded in the
    Complain!
    This notice hall be pulillehed onco |
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH I l ORIDIAN
    la>.NK AND ORDERED at Miami.
    piorida, this 17th .ia> .-i Ootobei
    1962.
    E \; LBATHER.V VN Clerk,
    circuit Court, Dade t'ounty, Florida
    ,.,,,11 B) K. M l.YMAN
    |>.inii\ CI. k
    HII.KUY F. SILVERifAN
    Ml 12 Hi-, ay ne Uuiluliuj
    Miami 12, Fl.
    Att.n ne) fur Plaintiff
    10. IH-L'6, 11 2-9
    1HK2
    b) il.-
    you for
    Hill of
    : r. corded in Plal Book
    ;>. Sheet I, ..f the publii
    ; Dade County, Florida, to-
    Wlth I h. follow ini; 11. Ills ll
    propert) which are located in and
    permanently Installed as a pan >>t
    the Improvements (larbage l>ls|>osal FA.'.RSR. (!.E
    frlgi ratoi i.w-i I, I; E b In
    and Italic.- .!-".."."> an.I .1 .'..'T. Vene-
    tian Blinds and Traverse Rods, Two
    i .'i Tub .in ..sin es
    You are required to file youi an-
    sw.i I., plaintiff's complaint with the
    Clerk of ih.- nfori said 'oui t, and
    serv. a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
    attorney MARTIN FINE, mh 1'.....i
    Dade Federal Bldg Miami 12, Floi -
    Ida. in! later than Novembei 28, !:>;:.'
    or a Decree Pro Confesso will b.
    i.i! agalnsl \ou.
    DATE11 Ictober 24, 1962
    E. I: LEATHERMAN
    . lerk of tne Circuit Com t
    is. ah B) N A HEWETT,
    Deputy i "lerk
    MARTIN FINK
    Attorne) for Plaintiff
    Ulh Ho.r Had. P. .1. i al R|d|
    Miami .... 1-1..I Ida
    111 :>'.. 1 I L'-'.'-lK
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 62C 9251
    THE WILLIAMSBCRGH
    SAVING8 HANK,
    Plaintiff.
    1. s
    JttESCHARLES 11 \NN \ll and
    MARY LEE HANNAH his wife,
    MAN! Kl.o iMRASand JAY COMKAS
    and ARLENE cuMUAS his wife,
    and JOHN P SHALE .11!
    I'. I. n.lain
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    in JAY COMR \s and ARLENB
    COMRA8 Ins win
    106 Crowells Ro id
    Highland Park, N J
    You are hereb) notified lhal th.-
    ihovi t-aptloffed action has been In-
    stituted agalnsl you In th. Circuit
    court of Ihe Eleventh Judicial Clr-
    , mt of Florida In and ror Dade Coun
    ty to foreclose a mortgage upon Ihe buslnesi
    following described real property:
    l..,t .'ii iii Bio. k 87 of FIRST Al 'I H-
    TION Tti CAROL CITY, according
    t.. th,- I'lai thereof, recorded in Plat
    Book ii". al Page 19, ..f the Public
    Records of Dade County, Florldd
    You are required i" file your an-
    swer i" Palntlff's complaint with the
    clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
    serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
    attorne] maktin fink, nth Floor
    Hade Federal Bldg Miami :(:'. Flor-
    ida, nut later than Novembei 26, 1962
    or a Decree ProConfeaso will be en-
    tetid agalnsl you.
    I lai.-.l i Ictober 23, 196!
    K ll LEATHERMAN,
    . 'lerk of the I 'Irculi Court
    .-.all By: K M l.YMAN
    Deputy cl.-rk
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorne) for Plaintiff
    mh Fl..... Had.- Federal Bids.
    Miami 22, Kt--i Ida
    in 26, ll .'--l
    CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorneys,
    : -.- Bl< ven-Flfty Bulld-
    ng, i i. s.W. First Street, Miami :lti.
    I lot Ida on "i bcfc.i e .-. .1 date, as re-
    quired i.'. Ih. laws ': Florida. If you
    fail tn do no, the complaint will be
    taken as ..ni.----it b) you and a D.
    ..... I'm Confesso "ill be entered
    )ou i.'i the i". lief demand, d
    in ih.- complaint
    DATED this :'iili day of October,
    i: B LEATHERMAN
    Clei k ol in. i 'irculi 'ourt
    i >ade Count). l- lorida
    iseall B) N A HEWETT,
    i >eput) Clerk
    Myers, Helman, Kaplan and Catsman
    i:i. ci i -Kin-. Building
    ii...i s w First Stre. i
    Miami 36, Floi Ida
    l" 26, 11 2--l
    NOTICE UNDEPi
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the underalgned, desiring t.. engage in
    business undei the fictitious name of
    AI'C.I'ST BROS. BAKERY at Ml S W
    Mli Street, Miami. Florida intends t.>
    register said name with the Clerk .f
    th.- Circuit Court of Hade County,
    Florida.
    Al ci st BAKBRT, INC.
    ... l'!a Corp.)
    ARTHl'R At HIST
    Attorn.) foi Applicant
    601 Alnsle) Bldg.
    in 19-26, 11 2-!>
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engaga In
    business under the fictitious, name of
    Mar. ham. I'.ikins. Cook and Schen-
    erlein al M10! Blscayne Building.
    Miami. Fla in.end l.. register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court ol I iale County. Florida
    MARCHANT AND PERKINS.
    PROI Kssii i.NAL Assi ~ lA'I'lo.V,
    la Fla Corp.)
    __________ ill 19-26. 11 :'-n
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, '- ring lo engage In
    under the fictitious name of
    CHEZ KIONNE ai vv> S.W. i^tl Ter-
    race, Miami i", Florida int.nils to
    reglstei said nam. with the Clerk ..f
    the Circuit Corn of Had.- Coonty,
    Florida
    .MARILYN Mil TACK
    Sole i Iw ner
    JIM MclXlNALD
    Attorne) for Applicant
    :u.". N Kinin. A\e Homestead
    10 26, ii 2-9-16
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business undei He In in i>u name ..I
    THE BIG WICS al 111? N K 163rd
    Street, North Miami Beach, hlorlda
    Intend 1" register said name willi ih.
    Clerk >.f th.- CitCUil Cint of Dade
    c.....ii Floi Ida
    UYN \ S.\ i:iHNKIl
    - c \i:..i.VN MuMi \Y
    KI.IAS SOREN
    Vttoi ne> for R) na Sneldni r
    and 'arol) n Monda)
    n _' '. i ii 23
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, de ring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    . \i:i'K I TOWN ..i 9820 N.W 7th
    \\. Miami. Fla. and elsewhere In
    Dade Co Fla Intenda to register
    said name with Ihe Clerk of the Clr-
    cull Courl of Dade County, Florida.
    CARPET TOWN, INC.
    By: George Lighthall President
    V ROBERT CARLISLE
    \tt..in.) tor Apt Hi i
    ^n s E Knsi Avenue
    Miami 12, Florida
    in :'.;. 11 2-9-M
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    th, iin.i, rsii:n. d, desiring to engage In
    business under Ihe fictitious name of
    SOOTH ii < -kii \ \.h:ncy at P.O
    Box 61-1922, Miami 61, Florida Intend!
    10 reglstei said nam. m'ti the Clerk
    ..f tin ch. in; Court ..i Dade County,
    Florida
    ll: VNK l" il'GLAS
    Sole i 'a in i
    in :!. 11 2-9-16


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    JEWISH COMMUNITY ALERT TO FLORIDA BUILD-UP
    Needs of Men and Women in Service Studied
    r .'
    . of Jewish armed services
    in Florida were being
    week, following 'he
    and buildup of U.S.
    I ,rces here in the wake
    an crisis
    catcr Miami Jewish Fed-
    -. uth Florida Jewry's ten
    * raising and planning or-
    ;. serving as the pivotal
    nter" for a series of
    oves study the community's
    vice nee Is
    Edmund C. Rosenberg arrived
    in Miami this week to work with
    Federation officials and repre-
    sentatives of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Community Center, affil-
    iate of the National Jewish Wel-
    fare Board here, as the commun-
    ity focused its effort on taking
    u;> Gre.-.er Miami Jewry's shaie
    of the build-up responsibility.
    R senberg is a L'SO-Jewish Wel-
    fare Board area director and con-
    sultant in Chicago. He met Sun-
    day at the second in a scries of
    meetings under the auspices of the
    Armed Services Committee of the
    National Jewish Welfare Board.
    Mrs Louis C.lasser is chairman of
    the local committee.
    The second meeting here in as
    many weeks explored ways in
    which this community can help
    provide more welfare, recreational
    and morale service., to Jewish mil-
    itarj personnel at Florida bi w
    f/ie
    Otv.
    oman $
    'Worti
    All are facets of the National Jew-
    ish Welfare Board ongoing pro-
    gram authorized by the U.S. Gov-
    ernment to serve the needs of Jew-
    ish militarj personnel in the Arm-
    ed Forces.
    "Right now, I am involved in
    efforts at setting up a program
    at Opa-locka," Rosenberg told
    The Jewish Flordian on Wednes-
    day. But he is also keeping his
    eye peeled on progress being
    mate for ihe implementation of
    similar programs at Homestead
    Air Force Base, a SAC installa-
    tion, as well as in Key West,
    Tampa, Orlando, and St. Peters-
    burg, for which he will leave in
    Continued on Page 11-B
    ms. LOUIS GlASSt*
    . committee chairman
    -Jewish Floridian "SI K"s
    M.
    Florida. Friday. November 9. 1962
    Section P
    Chai Hadassah
    Fashion Show
    roup of Hadassah is hav-
    cial fashion show brunch-
    r. Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., al
    i rs hotel.
    - from Lory's Fashion
    v igs from Crowning Glory
    -hown, with all funds rais
    V iuth Aliyah Mrs. Alvin
    :. charge of reservations.
    Vliyah i> an international
    the rescue and rehabili-
    . e J< ish
    is of the world and I
    in Israel Hada sah
    cial n proscntativ e I
    h in the I d States
    st single final
    of I i.i:
    i Mo
    !i,. Beth I
    klrs. Mil hael Krop
    . d< nt ol tl e group.
    14 j.

    Mrs. Haft Heads
    Youth Opera Unit
    Vrturo di Filippi has an
    need the appointment of Mr-.
    - Haft, of Bay Harbor Island.
    i Miami Beach chairman of
    Dad< Youth Opera project.
    i with the Hay Harbor I'TV
    Halt will work with the Mi
    ach elementary schools to
    kets for the two Hade Youth
    I resentations, "The Magic
    Flub b} Mozart. Sunday. Nov. 25,
    I hi Barber of Seville." Sun
    May 5.
    : eras will be presented al
    Dadi County Auditorium and
    3 |i m.
    Haft, formerly a concert
    has sung in Europe and
    i al Carnegie Hall and
    Hall in New York City. She
    here from Boston in 1955
    husband and four children
    - been a member of the
    Guild since her arrival.
    Hatikvah chapter of Mizrachi Women Installs new officers
    at a recent luncheon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Right is Mrs.
    Israel Teitch, outgoing president, as she hands the organiza-
    tion's gavel over to the new president, Mrs. Jacob Katz (left1.
    Looking on is Mrs. Jack Davis, installation chairman.
    Members of Women's American
    ORT all over the country will be
    observing ORT Sabbath in temples
    and synagogues on Friday. Nov.
    16.
    Locally, participating synagogues
    are Temple Menorah. with Rabbi
    Mayer Abramowitz officiating for
    the Islanders chapter
    At Temple Ner Tamid. Mrs. Har-
    ry Shubin and Mrs Rosa shut led
    er. education chairman, of the Mi-
    aim Beach \fternoon and Ba> chap-
    tus. will speak on ORT's work.
    Mrs Seymour Shafron, president
    oi the North Miami chapter, will
    speak at Temple Sinai, and Mrs.
    Alan V'enzer, presidenl oi 'he Hol-
    lywood chapti r, will join with ORT
    members and congregation of Tem-
    ple Beth Sholem, Hollywood.
    Dai i Seal Heller, a ill
    be 01 '"'"al
    ,1 Ti mple Judea, an i Mrs.
    Erm st So' '. is speak ins Beth
    . .. mi le for he h Miami
    i (ri ynolds Park and
    v Dad chapters w ill hold joint
    sen ..'-.- al Bi ih Torah Congrega-
    with Rabbi Max Li| schitz ol
    ficiati
    embers will hostess the
    Or.eg Shabbal following services
    it, the participating temples
    Mrs Neil Hoder, Southeast Flor-
    ida region education coordinator.
    said in announcing the local ob-
    crv.ir.ee that "Our reason for Ob-
    serving ORT Sabbath is to join
    with our co religionists in giving
    thanks for what ORT has achieved
    One of our prime reasons for be-
    ing thankful this year is the new-
    est project to be undertaken by
    Women's American ORT: helping
    to build four new apprenticeship
    training centers in Israel.
    "When completed, these schools
    will train approximately 10.000
    youths each year in basic skills
    necessary to the Israel economy."
    .-he continued. "By so doing we
    will help to relieve two oi the
    serious problems of that country
    the need for a large well-trained
    labor force, and the need to pro-
    vide vocational training for many
    thousands of your.-: Israelis ail
    thej have completed their
    sory el> mentary education."
    The new center in Haifa will be
    named the .lear.nette Orleans Gayl
    rentici ship Center in honor :
    itc OUT presidenl
    Menorah Lad'os
    Note Book Month
    pie Menorah
    S
    ol virs Nathaniel Glit ki
    r., on Sa irday, I | i
    In honoi ol J ish B ok M nth
    Mrs Sanfot >n and M
    Nathan Gr< enhouse, Oni i
    chairman, will discuss -1
    . iks in tht Home
    On Wednesday, at 11:30 a.m., i:t
    the Temple social hall, the Book
    of the Brunch Club, sponsored by
    the Sisterhood, will hold the first
    in a series of book reviews
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will re-
    view "The Rothschilds," by Fred-
    erick Morton
    Mrs. Jack Segal is chairman of
    ; the club, and Mis. Ray Morse is
    Sisterhood president.
    SABEL GROVE
    MM. BURI HAFT
    Dinner part) hosted by Clarice
    and Samuel Badanes in their
    borne Sunday honored their pre!
    ty daughter. Arlyne, and her
    fiance, Perrj Mitchell Shattan.
    whose engagement was ai nounced
    recent Is The prospective
    bridegroom is the son ol Mr. and
    Mrs Kirvin K Shaftan Here
    for the happ> event, Mrs Leah
    S'iret sti n ol M icoi Ga the
    ide aunl Wedding
    Mai
    The new Mr and Mrs
    sts ol horo i t a recep
    dinm r Si a> evening,
    ..en b> the bride's par
    Mi and Mrs I ouis Chevel-
    ,. r, ol Ft Myers, al the Big Por-
    .,.,. restaurant Parents
    ( ine i ridegroom are Mr and
    Mrs Muhael Her- Among the
    50 guests toastina the newlyweds
    were Mr and Mrs Jack Burton,
    oi Hollywood, Fla Mr and Mrs
    Freeman and their sons,
    and Mr and Mrs Jack Freeman
    and family The former
    Estelle Chevelier and Paul will
    live at 95 NE 71st st.
    Thirty years oi wedded bliss
    tor i,,.n Kaye and his Ellen the
    occasion for a dinner party in
    Iheir honor at the home oi Ml
    and Mrs Harold Kassewitz
    I eon who i- forced to be away
    ,: ,m home a great deal these
    days to Oversee his many inter
    ests throughout the state, gifted
    with a gold house key
    Program of a Town Hall con-
    cert by the Florida State Univer-
    sity women's glee club in New
    York recently lists Carole Gold-
    stein as firsl accompanist ,
    Daughter oi Mr. and Mrs Sam
    Goldstein, 1920 SW 134th st.. '.he
    gitted pianisl studied here for
    man> years with l!> se M. Robin,
    ,. i, 5Ugg( -:e.l to her that she
    work in the comparative!) new
    held ol music therapj Follow
    ing graduation from Edison 11
    Carole attended Stetson on a
    grant, and in the spring she will
    have a degree from Florida
    State Although she has al
    ready received many offers to
    perform as a soloist and accom-
    panist, the attractive young lady
    is eager to dedicate her talents
    and music to helping mentally re-
    tarded children .
    "Mr and Mrs Opera. "Dr and
    Mrs Arturo di Filippi. are enter-
    taming the Miami Beach Commit-
    tee for opera at cocktails and
    dinner in their home on Friday.
    Nov. L'.T Members include Di
    James Shelby Thomas. Mrs Louis
    E Moultane, Mayor Kenneth Oka.
    Dr Leoi ard Jacobson, Mrs F.mil
    Continued on Page 7-B
    Named co-chairmen of the Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae fash-
    ion show here Dec. 8 are Mrs. Irwin Potash (leiP and Mrs.
    Myles Eaton (right). Mrs. Robert Wishman (center) has been
    appointed coordinator, with fashions by Hartley's and hair
    styles by Rubio and F.ugene. The 13th annual function of the
    Greater Miami chapter will be at the Fontainebleau hotel.
    Mrs. Norman Sholk, chapter president, has announced that
    proceeds are for the benefit of young scientist scholarships.


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    November 9, 1962
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    Florida President *W" Auxiliary Luncheon
    To Attend Confab
    [planning tor the Nov. 15 "Presidents' Reception"
    lare right to left) Mesdames Harold Shapiro.
    lEdwnrd J. Melniker. Max Weitz. Rhea C. Glad-
    Iwin Emil Friedlander, Fannie Goldberg, Oida
    |c. Rubin. Meyer Harris, Joseph Duntov, Kate
    iMeidenberg, Hariy Platofi. Trudy Hamer-
    schlag, Anna Brenner Meyejs, hostess, and
    chairman of the Woman of the Year commit-
    tee, Philip F. Thau, Joseph Rambam. Esther
    Cohen, Edyth Geiger. Mrs. Samuel Simonhofi
    (seated) will be hostess at her home for the
    reception, honoring Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro.
    IM's Dr. Stanford Will Offer Greetings
    fo Hebrew University Women's Function
    a the "Presidents' Reception"
    American Friends of the
    ,.'. University is held Thurs-
    I fternoon, Nov. 15, at the home
    v Samuel Simonhoff, Dr.
    H, King Stanford, president.
    Jill bring greetings from the Uni-
    . ol Miami to the Hebrew
    iiy of Jerusalem Women's
    J)iv Mrs. Simonhoff is presi-
    E, i the Greater Miami chap
    {, [hi Women's Division.
    I : reparation for the reception.
    It ill honor Mrs. Samuel T
    Ti; more than 20 women gath-
    -i Thursday at the home of
    Brenner Meyers to dis-
    letails for the forthcoming
    |vw ..:. I" learn more about the
    National and University
    . fur which the Women's Di-
    I the American Friends ol
    rew University are dedicat-
    r efforts
    Jewish National and I'ni-
    Library is both the national
    ol Israel and the library
    Hebrew University, one of
    trongest blows suffered by
    the universit) when il was cut off
    in its premis< on Mt. Scopus
    owing the 1948 War of Libera-
    .1- the inaccessibility of the
    volumes which had been
    I here throughout the Go
    r its < Kisteni i
    thi n, strenuous efforts have
    made to build up a new uni
    librarj in Jerusalem. The
    - Division ol the American
    A J Cong. Stages
    I Fund-Raiser
    ne chapter of American
    I ongress held a .social Sun-
    the home ol Mrs. Julian
    1000 NE 171st ter.. No. Mi-
    ach. Funds raised went to
    Wise Youth Hostel in
    in
    Mi and Mrs. Harold Robert
    ave instruction in the lat-
    tice steps, and serving as
    si s were Mrs. William Brown.
    Willie Hollander and Mrs.
    Vishoot.
    Membership chairman is Mrs.
    Cohen, and president of the
    r i- Mr-. Albert Zuckerman.
    Friends of the Hebrew University
    have undertaken a $1,000,000 pro
    , ject to build, equip and maintain
    the library.
    The Greater Miami group have ^'
    already demonstrated its participa- |
    i tion in this project by enrollment
    of more than IS Women of the
    Book, contributors of $1,000 each
    to the library, and are currently
    engaged in raising additional funds
    Since the library includes a com-
    prehensive medical section, many
    wives of local physicians active in
    the American Jewish Physicians'
    Committee are cooperating in the
    Greater Miami project.
    Mrs Sapiro. guest of honor at
    the Nov. 15 luncheon, has personal
    ly demonstrated her interest and
    support of the Hebrew University
    during the past ten years.
    Mrs. William Dickson, president
    of Florida Branch. National W< m
    en's'League. Unlter] Synagogue of
    America, will attend the national
    biennial convention to be held Nov.
    11 to 15 at the Concord hotel in!
    Kiamesjia Lake. NY.
    The convention, which will bring
    together over 1,500 key women of
    conservative sisterhoods from 760
    congregations in the U.S., C'anaJa,
    Puerto Rico and Mexico, will cen-
    ter on the theme. "Show Them the
    Way Wherein They Must Walk and j
    the Work that They Must Do." j
    (Ex. 18:20)
    Sessions and seminars will in-
    clude religious, educational, civic;
    and social action programs, led by '
    authorities in these fields. Mrs. |
    Dickson will report to the Florida I
    Branch on her return.
    Main speakers at the convention
    will be Dr. Loui? Finkelstein. chan-
    cellor of the Jewish Theological
    Seminary of America. N.Y.; Dr.
    Theodore Friedman, president of
    the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
    ica: and Ogden R. Reid. former
    United States Ambassador to Is-
    rael.
    National Women's League of the!
    United Synagogue Of America, par-
    ent organization for Conservative
    Jewish Sisterhoods, was organized
    in 1918.
    Miami Auxiliarj of the Jewish
    Home lor the Aged is having a paid-
    up membership luncheon next
    Thursday noon at the ,U**"" Wom-
    an'.- Club. 15*37 No. Bayshore dr.
    Judge Harold Spaet will welcome
    guests. Mrs. Gladys Dinitz Mor-
    gfiOStern is president of the Auxil-
    iary
    Dade Women
    Plan Musical
    Dade Heights Sisterhood will
    present "Command Performance,"
    a musical show featuring John
    Gober, folk singer, guitarist and
    balladeer.
    Mervm Berger. now appearing
    at the Luau, will entertain with
    piano mood music.
    Also featured will be light opera
    and show tunes sung by John Tone,
    winner of the "Ezio Pinza Award."
    and Carolyn Pearce. soprano, with
    Evelyn Hausenflock at the piano.
    Show time is 8:30 p.m.. on Satur-
    day at 1401 NW 183rd St.
    Engfonder to Speak
    Vice Mayor of Miami Beach Mai
    vin Englander will be featured
    speaker at a luncheon meeting of
    Miami Beach B'r.ai B'rith on Tues-
    day noon at Lincoln Lane restau-
    rant.
    Training School
    Plans Luncheon
    Miami Beach Jewish Home and
    Training School for Retarded Chil-
    dren held a luncheon last week at
    the DiLido hotel
    Featured was the celebration of
    one of the organization's oldest life
    members. Siegried Geismar.
    Next function of the organization
    will be a luncheon Nov. 29 at the
    Eden Roc hotel. President is Mrs.
    Ella Wallman. Vice presidents are
    Mrs Rise Halprin and Mrs. Dora
    Bialolenki.
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    MRS. SHfRUr CH/Ul
    Miami Beach Woman Brings Her Dancing
    To Senior Citizens Throughout County
    I uesday, Oct 30, Mrs. Alfred
    president of the Florida
    - Division, presented a re-
    of The Wild Goats of Kin
    bj Herbert Werner, to the
    education study group of
    li Torah Abraham Gittelson.
    lion director of the Temple.
    iced Mrs. Mamlet.
    A rare example ol dedication to
    the cause ol Benior citizens is be-
    ing demonstrated each week by
    Mrs Shirle> Chall, of 745 Euclid
    ave Miami Beach. Traveling from
    one end of Dade county to the
    other. Mrs. chall covers the cir-
    cuit of the four branches of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
    ity Center to teach folk and square
    dancing to senior citizens.
    A volunteer who seek- no other
    reward than brightening the lives
    ,,i the older adults in this program,
    Mrs. Chall has found the real sat-
    isfaction in having her classes re-
    i eived with area! enthusiasm.
    A member of B'nal B'rith Worn
    en, Hatikvah chapter, which pro-
    sides volunteers to help in all
    phases of the Center program with
    its Golden Age groups. Mrs. (hall
    originally offered to help at the
    location nearest her. According to
    Ira Steinmetz, county supervisor
    for the Center's Senior Citizen De-
    partment, once a week is the most
    service that is normally expected
    from a volunteer, "and this in it-
    self is a valuable contribution."
    he say-
    But when Mrs Chall learned
    that the senior citizens at the other
    branches needed a similar program.
    the promptly offered to travel to
    Miami. North Miami, and the far
    Southwest to contribute her lead
    ership wherever It was needed,
    With this outstanding record, she
    stands as a model for all of the
    work being done by the many other
    volunteers in the program, winch
    has as ;is chairman Mrs. David
    Sachs
    Mrs. Chall I- not new to those
    m ihe community who an inter,
    ested In'the field of folk dancing.
    Some i- years ago, -he started
    such a program with the Miami
    Beach Recreation Department.
    In her endeavor in this program.
    sponsored by the Center and the
    South Florida Council.- ol B'nai
    B'rith Women. Mrs Chall is lead-
    ing the way for other volunteers
    to .show how a life-long .-kill can
    be turned to community advant..
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    A luncheon meeting ol the Opti
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    held on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m.. at
    the Barcelona hotel.
    llendrick Berne, of the Miami
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    Final plans will be made for the
    "Turn-About" theatre luncheon at
    the Eden Roc hotel on Dec. 5.
    The comedy. 'Under the Yum
    Yum Tree.'" produced by Ruth
    Foreman, will be presented
    Proceeds will be used to main-
    tain and provide further scholar-
    ships for emotionally disturbed
    children at the Montanari Clinical
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    Friday, Novel
    New Yorah W:!
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    a cei rorah to
    by the family of the
    late Ah xandei Els i
    The contribution is being made
    bj Mrs, Mary Elson, Mr and Mrs
    Norman Elson, and Mr and Mrs
    Carl Harold.
    The choir, under the direction of
    Mrs. Baumgard, will assist Cantor
    Charles S, Kodner in a pro-ram
    of music in honor of the occasion.
    5. H*> *V.
    Discussing the Temple Emanu-El Israel dinner of tribute on
    Saturday Nov. 24, at the Fontainebleau hotel are three mem-
    bers of the host committee ifrom left) Mrs. Samuel M. Lipton,
    Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of the Temple Emanu-El Sister-
    hood, and Mrs. Philip F. Thau. Honoree at the diner will be
    the Temple's president loseph M. Lipton
    s*yVl\i c rs -^-L- cjcourt jfc tc
    By FRANCES LEHMAN
    World travelers, about to be trav.
    i i rs, and "maybe someday" trav-
    elers, looked in delight a; a trans-
    formed Westvlew Country Club on
    Saturday night. The red and gold
    "Kepondez S'il Vous Plait'' of the
    invitation might have given an ink
    ling of what was to come. Color-
    ful travel posters were everywhere.
    At the entrance to the dining room.
    a replica of the Colosseum < Rome),
    Eifel Tower (Paris), and Big Ben
    i London i. proved a fascinating
    background for Stanley and Mar-
    tha C. Myers and Sidney and
    Sylvia Lefcourt. who gave the
    party to stai I < fl thi in by
    ng hello to their fri i
    Martha wore a daring green and
    _ Id sari-type, floor-length gown
    tl it she had had made in Hawaii.
    Sylvia won a stunning, off-white,
    or-length slim skirt and heavily
    s< |uined verblouse
    In the new cocktail lounge say
    n g hello along with their drinks
    and hors d'oeuvres wi re Da id and
    Kvrtha PI Hip-. Arnold and Lucille
    ler, Danny and Helen Sepler,
    Lou and Marcella Heiman. the
    Sam Shapiros, the Dr. Harold
    R inds, th< Dav ill P Cal sm u and
    i, .- Ft uers Hannah Scher looked
    li vely in green. Col. and Mrs
    Nathan H Rood, who had retun
    from Spain in time tor the p
    uere in tl. midst ol the convi rsa
    tii ns, as v ell as John and
    Serbin, Leon and Dotty Ka|
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    cent, witl
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    at u'ik :-
    w uld ''' ne was fin-
    I seated Centerpieces a: the
    tables for eight were tic ar-
    rangenents i r orchids and carna-
    tions with a standard bearing the
    name of the country each table rep
    sente I ind its ipe taron and
    Marcie Kanner were at the L*.S
    table, with Marcie complaining
    that even at a party she couldn't
    get out of the IS.
    At the Norway table were the
    four Liptons. Joe and Ann. and
    Samuel and Felice. Jake and Mary
    Sher were at Denmark China
    had Aaron and Myra Fair. Lou
    and Bess Glasser, and Sam and
    Shirley Heiman They couldn't
    think of any Chinese song to sing.
    but Greece burst into Never on
    Sunday, featuring Harry and Lil
    Rosen. Mike and Bee Mercel, Kiv-
    vie and Elaine Shafton, and Eddie
    and E Ina
    Sam and Hi land ind
    Max and Rui vitz decided,
    since they had just returned from
    Israel, to chang standards.
    At the Myers l e a lighted cup
    take was brought in for Joe Schcln-
    ber :. Martha I herit must
    have been his birthday VI so there
    ere Mrs II ittie Blum and the
    Larry Gilberts I abli hopping
    were Iz and Florem > Hecht, Julian
    and Mary Norma Weinkle Sy and
    Somerstein, and Art and
    Claire Rosichau. On the dance
    floor, space ired for Arthur
    and Juc'y Gilbert 11 do the twist,
    . n I Kenny Mj ers and Pat Wol-
    fert Pat, in j stunning, long
    gown
    Dr P ritz inbei ir. I Dolly
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    Leader Slated
    Mrs. Seymour Silverman, chair-
    man of Membership Day for the
    American Jewish Congress, Flor-
    ida Women's Division, to be held
    next Thursday, l p.m., in the Can
    Can room of the Carillon hotel, an-
    nounces that the guest speaker will
    Mrs n iv. S'nith
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    the Governii
    Included in thi ifternooi
    a fashion show by Jordan Marsh,
    with Miss Eleanore Gumby, fash-
    ion commentator, an.! a weekend
    at the Diplomat hotel will he pre-
    sented.
    Mrs David Muskat. membership
    chairman, will greet guests, and
    Mrs. Alfred Mantlet, president of
    the Florida Women's Division, will
    preside at the affair
    Many of the beautifully-decorated rooms at the Dora'. Hot?.
    and Country Club open directly out to the lush fc:
    the two 18-hole PGA championship courses.
    Dora! Ho?e! and Country C!ub Starts
    New Season as Host tc Golfing Groups
    Adult Education Classes
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    Temple Beth Am is md icting a
    series ol adu I tion classes
    each Sunday m i| the Tern
    pie Emphasis fleeted read-
    ings Irom the Bible
    TETLEYTEA
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    Tetley h* ttiat full, wonder*
    ful "tiny little tti leaf flavor".
    New Bank
    To Open Here
    Dade county's 44th commercial
    bank, which will serve Miami's rap-
    idly developing medical and civic
    center, has been approved by state
    and federal bank authorities
    Tally F. Dunlap. head of the
    bank's organizing group, sai I it vvili
    be called Midtown nd will
    occupy a corner site ai v.v 20th
    Ith ave
    Dunlap is presi lei I rsi It
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    He has > n a Miami banker for
    27 yeai ind an executive
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    Associated with Dunlap in the
    organizing group are Verner 1.
    Lowe, native Miamian. banker for
    Z~ years and currently senior vice
    pn sident and director of Hi
    Hank.
    \ so David Class, native Miami
    an banker for 12 years 1 ntlj
    vu-e pi River-
    '
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    <\
    sident ai
    I
    -
    Sysl
    Mrs. 1
    an sinci f thi
    with
    e has beei I sini e
    it- organization
    A. M Tyler. Mian
    owner and operator of I
    taurants, director ol K
    . Bank since it- organization
    All of the organizers will be di-
    rector- of the new bank. It vv itl
    operate as an affiliate of River-
    side Rank, with Dunlap serving as
    president of both. Lowe will be
    senior vice president and operat-
    ing officer of Midtown.
    Ihc hank will be capitalized at
    100 through the sale of 30.-
    000 shares of stock at $20 per share
    The bank will occupy a building to
    he erected at the southwest corner
    01 NW 20th -t and nth av*
    Hoi ti 11 try
    Club seasoi
    i>. play ing hi si to sex eral
    golf ng groups from exclusive
    northern country clubs.
    The Doral start- it- second sea-
    son in top notch condition, with its
    twin 18-hole PGA Championship
    course in excellent shape. The
    long hitting "Blue Course, which
    is the home ol 150,000 Doral Invita-
    tional Tournament to be held on
    Mar 21 to 2-t. is considered one of
    the finest of the nation's new golf
    course-, and the "Red Course" is
    considered equally challenging and
    only a little shorter, measuring 6,604
    >ii-. to the Blue's long 7.028 > -
    Doral's complete golf facilities
    also 'nclude 18-hole pulling green,
    driving range and, in the final
    stages cf completion, a tricky
    ninehole-Par 3 course which joins
    the Doral color parade as the
    "Green Course."
    : .. ilities in-
    tern .- irts, swin 1 huge
    : horsi
    bac \ er null if tropical
    .-. water-skiing, fishing and
    Agudath Women
    Games Party
    Sisterhood ol Agudath Israel He-
    brew Institute will sponsor .. garni -
    party Sunday evening al the
    sy nagogue
    At a held Tues
    Mrs Milti n Siegl I w as
    , pri -
    Servin with
    Klim Mrs
    N
    Her
    -
    '' Lubin
    .'.
    >mony will
    be 1 at the nexi Sisterhood
    ' ins*.
    A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837
    WJb, KASHA
    Brown
    Buckwhtit
    Gfoiti
    4 flow's

    a
    fl -
    ,.: on I
    icres
    Also featured will be
    ro mi "i dancing and
    men! in the elegant D i
    quistador Dining Room
    Blue Room
    Doral's 318 decorator
    rooms and -inte- are in -
    ious lodges that rim tl. '
    courses, with most rooms
    directly on the golf courses
    Of special interest to lot
    ents is the Doral C.olfuu
    end. featuring three day-
    limited free golf and two
    breakfast and dinner- ..1 !
    day per person Weekend*
    permitted to check in earl)
    and leave late Sunday to ] 1
    a full golf weekend
    The Doral Hotel and I
    Club is located three mum'
    of the 6tl sl exit ol the P
    Expressway in Miami
    If you like
    KREPLACH
    You'll love
    CHEF BOY-AR-DEH
    CHEESE RAVIOLI
    Heer family, guests, cheer for
    that real Italian flavor created by
    tamed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender
    little macaroni pies.-M^w,"
    tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
    with savory tomato sauce and
    ehe.se...seasoned the real -
    Ian way. So much tastier nd
    easier than the frozen kind. so
    much thriftier, too-costs ortf
    bout 15c per servingl


    Friday, November 9. 1962
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    Continued from Page IB
    Morton, Mrs. Daniel Schlai'.;.
    ,- Davi i Hochberg, Ge ge
    ; k, Charles Clements, Sam-
    uel Knowles, Leo Robinson, Mrs.
    , ;., id Spitalny, and Morns
    dus
    *
    in Montreal. Can., annual
    ninter visitor. Mrs Ida Caplan,
    guest of her son and daugh-
    law, Rabbi ar I Mrs. Jonah
    , apian Last Saturday even-
    the Caplans entertained tor
    . nior Mrs. Caplan and her
    , friends here Happy oc-
    n for her will be the forth-
    dinner in honor of Rabbi
    in by his congregation, Adath
    ~i, -Imrun .
    Even hospitals aren't safe from
    iween night hobgoblins .
    They were seen "trick or treat-
    mi UNICEF at Mt. Sinai
    rearing well-disguished pj's .
    A little later, when they joined
    their parents in the playroom for
    typical Halloween refreshments,
    turned back into children
    alescing in pediatrics .
    - for the evening were Mr
    Mrs Edward (Terry New-
    Holiday with their grandparents
    n Boston and you can be sure
    that David G and Bari Lynn 9 are
    there'll be snow Join-
    other, Barbara (Judge Jas-
    Herkman. for Thanksgiving
    ith her parents and relatives
    he north.
    *
    Mr and Mrs. Nat (Ethel) Pop-
    ped a cocktail reception
    Washington. D.C., honoring
    and .lack Popick during the
    B< ai h couple's \ isit there
    week The Washington
    k was co-chairman, along
    Miami Beach winter visit/.'
    Abe S Kay, of a national B'nai
    B'rith foundation dinner f.ir Lor.-
    C. Grossberg, long-time friend of
    Jack and Ruin Both Kay,
    Grossberg and another Beach
    wir'er resident, Paul Himrnel-
    farb, wire among the 60 guests .it
    the part) .
    Two couples back from a week
    in Mexico. Barbara ami Irving
    Rubin and Florence and Dr Louis
    Lytton Toured the arl gallcr
    ies and brought back several oils
    by Mexican artists tor their per-
    sonal collections .
    A motor trip to Si. Petersburg
    for Mr and Mrs Bert Slier who
    visile., with son Ken. on the edi-
    torial Staff Of the St. Petersburg
    Times Then a visit with their
    other sor. Arthur, who is a stu-
    dent at Washington and Lee in
    Lexington. Ya. .
    Localitcs vacationing in Hot
    Springs, the Harry Sirkins. AI
    and Birdie (icttesman, and Esther
    and Carl Weinkle. who will spend
    some time in their New York
    home before returning to this
    area.
    *
    Peggy and Mac Mermell hack
    from MeX'CO with glorious color
    shots of their teen-age camp site
    for the summer ... An exten-
    sion of their Camp Universe, the
    buildings are located seven-thou-
    sand feet above sea level .
    Celebrating their 15th wedding
    anniversary, Miami Beach build-
    er Irwin Z.ickerman and his
    charming wife, wondering where
    the years have gone, while d.*n-
    ing at the Embers .
    Sanu sentiment for Mr. and
    Mrs Joseph Reiser, who have
    been wed for 47 years Will
    celebrate the anniversary on
    l hanksgiving eve with their manj
    frien Is mi the lukur Cholim K.>-h
    er Convalescent Home, which Mrs
    Keiser serves as president
    Mr. and Mrs Jacob Hubert, re-
    c iiih married, will be honored
    .. .. luncheon Monday sponsored
    by Pioneer Women club 2 .
    Thej vr jus) become ister par-
    ents of a baby in Jerusalem .
    A three week trip to Israel for
    Capt Leo Gardner of F.I AI Air
    Inn-, his wife Miriam, and their
    children, Leora t and Arthur :t
    . The two youngsters and Mir-
    iam are sabras
    *
    I.i i king forward to then" first
    Caribbean cruise, Gerry and Jos-
    eph Fields leaving this Thurs-
    daj on SS Jerusalem .or a 12-
    day good will Zim Lines tour
    New addres- for Mrs. Milton I).
    Dreyfus and her sister. Miss Sade
    Moss. 833 Venetian Way .
    Eleanor, wife of Dr. Morris
    Goodman, and her sister. Mrs.
    Elizabeth Neuwith, or the criti-
    cal list at Jacksonville Beach
    Hospital following an automobile
    collision on Nov. 1 Before
    leaving here to live in Jackson-
    ville about a year ago. Dr. Good-
    man had served as president of
    Federation and was active at Mt.
    Sinai Hospital Daughter. Nat-
    alie (Mrs. James) Liebman. of
    Homestead, has flown to Jax to
    be with her parents .
    Two other popular matrons tern
    porary "guests" at hosptials.
    Mrs Arthur Degutz. who is in Mt.
    Sinai, and Mrs. Cede Myers,
    mother of Stanley C. Myers, at
    Cedars.

    At Westbrooke Country Club, Mr. end Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
    and Mi. and Mrs. Frank C. Rose enjoy a chat at intermission
    time during a cocktail dance Saturday evening.
    Beth Jacob Dinner Will Honor Board
    Morris B. Frank, president, an-
    nounced Wednesday that Beth Jac-
    ob Congregation will dedicate its
    annual dinner of 1963 to the board
    ol director.- ol the synagogue.
    The banquet will be held at the
    Deauville hotel on Purim night.
    Mar 10. A special committee is
    now in tormation "to make this
    event one of the most colorful in
    the histerv of tbi congregation."
    Frank said.
    Eoar I of directors i reel <
    special ciu.lion.- tor the length of
    time they have served the congre-
    gation.
    Advisor} committee to aid Frank
    includes Aaron Lerner. Morris Kre-
    \at. Beach Councilman Marcie Lit>
    erman. Louis Baida and Harry Ten-
    dler.
    R;.bb. Tibor Stern spiritual
    leader f Beth Jacob. ;- preparing
    .. spec.....i ..r-. I l ; amemorate
    th evert
    SRO for Nineties' f
    Hadassah Show
    Monday Evening
    SRO
    un
    entation will be
    i,..v Ninel hov
    . M -!i Beach chapter of Had
    ! Monday ev< I '- a' lh
    I h >tel
    , i- ol the 15 groups ol th<
    Beach chapter w :ll partici-
    d iction, w Inch w as
    directed by Mrs Hen
    k
    R isenthal directed tin
    isical arrangements and
    i.t for the -how A
    the Juilliard School ol
    . has prev iousIj appear
    .'. Idol I \ 'll.i in New
    Vmbassador hotel in
    - the San a Rita at
    ai d (he Saxonj on Miami

    ft atun ii i- Janet San
    li :-, of Ni< e Fn
    be h< ard in spi cialtj
    Mrs I Popick.
    - erman, I" lith and 1 i i
    v. W( itz, Murr y J. R -
    nan T G ttlicb, Mrs
    in Budd> Logue, \
    M i i ice Yorkin, and Jos
    dies Girls" are Anne
    rence S Barth. Evi
    Cohen, Bettj Fcuer,
    bei I i( a Mavsoe.
    - i ele Rochwarg. Kit
    Edith Sandi rson, Mm
    and Rose Zeigmund
    i i.i an.,' gements are
    -- l G todma presldenl
    Mi Kogan, Mrs Esther
    and Mrs. Ann Melnick Mrs
    al Barth is publicitj chairman.
    MRS. JACK POPICK
    Students W?ll
    Salute Veterans
    Tv, fifth
    dents of l ebrew A emy ol
    I prcs nl a -
    . V,
    , \, Daj
    The | : "Still Sma \\
    is spot i the Gn l< M
    i ation
    The P,a)
    rt(
    ,v bj Mrs lys "n

    " mush on of the pro i int
    is urder th< direction ol Mrs, Mir-
    iam Donn. I the Aca emy.
    He/ene Rotenlhal Jcnel Sanders
    Sunshine Chapter Party
    sun- i >tei B nai B'rith
    Womei ave a brunch
    . a.m.. with pro-
    to th. Pi
    supp
    , rvati sehaii en are Mrs I
    Bui '' '
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    VEGETARIAN
    BEAMS
    IN TOMATO $AUC1
    M*vrcn,* -
    JlZC0.?.i''.
    If you've got o hungry family, you've got a Heinz Vegetarian Bean
    family. Waiting to be turned into a happy family. And hardly able to
    wait. And hardly getting to work on those plates when already some-
    one is saying/'More beans, please.' HEINZ KosherVEGETARIAN BEANS.
    l>,rvlob.lcom*. *M C .eolctopr-oo c-> IM UNION Of OtmOOOl WH COHMM*HOM 0 "\37,


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    +jwisf FhrldHton
    Friday. November S
    1962
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Richard was born where the famous tree grew,
    ttenced school in Monticell N.^ She became a legal secre-
    , sne ..... profession, perhaps none ol the
    - story would have happened She came to Miami with her
    - at the heighl th< depression, and got a job as legal secre-
    tarj for the wonderful sum I U dollars a week, with a young attornej
    ned Melvin .1, Richard After six months, thej started dating, and
    r twi years thej were married. Janet says
    that .-he was boss then, but she doesn't say lor
    how li
    ng World War II, Lt Richard was
    overseas lor three year.-. Life went on as
    Zcllea, Wilde
    Engagement Tote!
    Mai Zi a and .lay
    Morton Wilde an- planning to he
    married in January,
    , ment of their ei
    mom i.- being made bj the bride
    elect's parent.-. Mr. and Mr.- Sol
    Zallea. of Wilmington, Del.
    Grand aughter ol Mr. and Mrs
    Rabinowitz, of Miami Beach,
    Miss Z..!U a is an alumna of F.lnura
    College and Berkeley, Nev York
    City.
    Her fiance is a graduate of the
    l i ,\, rsit} ol Di laware, and is now
    li | v, ih the Sh( II Ch<
    Co., oi Woodl urj S -!
    His pan nts arc Mr and M -
    Samuel Wildi. ol Wilmington
    Miss Liebermen
    Is Engaged
    Engagement of Carole Lynne
    Lieberman and Alan Rosen is be-
    ing announced here this week
    The future bride is the daughter
    usual.-except for the constant demand of Har- (if Mrg Esther Lieberman, J
    ry. their .-mall son. who wanted his Mama to l,,r|vU, .1V(. .,,, th(. ,.,., R
    hav< :. I aby and surprise Daddy when he came Ljt,|,Vrman
    Daddy came home after the war. and
    the Richards had their second son. Rusty,
    Harry is now going to the University of Miami
    on a debating scholarship, and is fourth rank-
    lebator in the country, taking after his
    she attended the University ol
    Miami, and Is at present taking
    a dental assistant course
    Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Milton Rosen, of Watcrhury. Conn.,
    father, all right. Now Rusty is starting in. js an accounting major at the I'm-
    JANCT
    too. Wonder if Janet ever gets a word in.
    Throughout the years. Janet has been active
    in many organizations. She was a charter
    j member of North Shore B'nai B'rith. has been
    chairman of nursing clerks at Mt. Sinai, and
    involved in PTA. of course. She has just com-
    | lei d two year.- as president ol Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach Presently.
    .- n area chairman for United Fund. Several years ago, while
    ng .'i North Carolina, the Richards learned to square dance.
    A- :. a- they came home, they started a group ol their nun. which
    ... ntinued to square dance every Monday night since then. The
    versity of Miami.
    No date has been set for the wed
    ding.
    Freemcns Reveal
    Marcia's Troth
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Freeman, of
    Southgate Towers, announce the
    engagement of their daughter, Mar-
    - ..re leading a square dance group this season for Temple Beth cja Carol, to Leslie A Klein, -on
    ,-,m. of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Klein. 870
    Its a full-time job. running a big house, doing organization work. w. 43rd ct.
    ng time to read, and going on quick trips with your husband. When The future bride is a cum '
    . it went to the White House for tea (which is actually orange juice graduate of the University of Mi-
    cr punch and cookies Mrs. John Kennedy was in Greece, and Kthel ami and a member of Alpha Fp-
    .Bobby's wife) acted as hostess It was quite thrilling to take your silon Rho. national radio-TV hon-
    choice of sitting either in the Green or Red Room, Janet recalls. orary, and Phi Sigma Sigma soror-
    Mel never wants to do anything without Janet, so the result is that j ity.
    they arc never separated. She finds it exciting and stimulating to be Her fiance is a graduate of the
    married to someone in politicswho doesn"t know that Mel is a Miami; University of Miami and a mem-
    Beach Councilman^ Asked if he was as fiery at home, she replies: "No,j ber of Alpha Delta Sigma, national
    he mav be a lion in the street, but he is a lamb at home. Anyway I al- advertising fraternity, and Tau Fp
    silon Phi fraternity.
    A January 27 wedding is planned.
    Technion Presents
    Scholarship Aid
    Three local Technion women re-
    turned this week from their first
    national convention in Philadel-
    ways think that he is right, and 1 am always on his side."
    * *
    HALP A CENTURY
    Fanny, looking lovely in a gold ensemble, stood at the door of Juniors
    Blue Room with her husband. Jack Weintraub, greeting their dinner ;
    guests. This was a wonderful evening. Her sisters, May Kurtz and
    Jenny (Mrs. Sam) Glickenhaus. remembered what a pretty bride she
    had been fifty years ago. It didn't seem that long. Of the fifty years
    they have been married, twenty-one of them were spent in Miami
    Among guests were Jack Rosen. Mrs. Ardelle Levine and her children,
    David and Martha. Mrs. Bertha Luria. Mrs. Gertie Cohen. Mrs Hattie phia. where they turned in funds
    Spiegel. Mrs. Lillian Brandenberg. and Dr. and Mrs. Dave Pink, and to sponsor three students at the
    Dr. Pink's mother. The couple were toasted in champagne on this, engineering college in Israel.
    their Golden Wedding anniversary. Cited for their achievement in
    * financing talented students were
    SUCH CLEVER IDEAS Mrs. Philip Thau, first president
    Even though the Roaring Twenties were way before their time, of the South Florida Women's di-
    Marvin and Barbara Haven and Dr. David and Anita Kramer looked vision. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag,
    as if that was where '.hey belonged when they greeted their guests at
    a costume party at the Haven home. Everyone came late, wanting to
    Ice a dramatic entrance Their get-ups were out of this world, and
    N thej got thi ill remain a mystery. Ed and Suzy Guth-
    inn came dressed as Scutch and Sodahe was .1 and B, and she was
    da; and both were bottles eight feet tail. Everyone took a
    double take when Stewart an i Harriet Pearlman came in dressed as
    each other. Of curse, there *er< TV doctors and nurses galore. Bart
    ickie Cohen came I birthday i nts. while Charlie
    and Eenita Berman arrived a and chair. After a week of
    tense world affairs, everyone his hair down and partied. Among
    ests were the D Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Steir, Dr
    , : Mrs I'eter Rubelman, the Jack Furmans, the Larry BlasbergS, and T,.t-hni)n leaders 1
    officer- checks totaling over $3,000
    * to cover tuition, hook-, and living
    and Mrs. Leo Rutstein
    They represented one of the
    youngest women's groups, organiz-
    ed just over a year ago, to aid
    Students who wish to further their
    higher education in science, tech
    nology, engineering, and research
    at Israel's most important univer-
    sity specifically geared to these
    fields.
    a- i:< legates f ir more thi i
    - .'h Florida members, the three
    Fred and Barbara i
    FROM SOPHIE TUCKER
    m Africa came a salad bowl that actually looked as if it had
    been hacked out of a tree. Sophie sent it to Sidney and Esther Schwartz.
    , they are waiting for her to arrive so that Sid can mix up his fav-
    l i. -,,.ad and show her how delicious it tastes in the bowl. No splinters.
    * *
    SEEN AROUND TOWN
    expenses for the three student-,
    ('.invention chairman. Mrs. Jos-
    eph H Schoenfeld, of Philadelphia,
    extended appreciation to the Flor-
    ida contingent for the gdt
    Mrs. Thau meanwhile announced
    Everyone's teeth wen si Bight, white and gleaming at the big Iha' ln ** membership cam-
    rrund table in the dinine room at the Deauville. After all. it was part
    of the Alpha Omega fraternity. Dr. and Mrs. George Graham. Dr. and
    Mil Ernie Halpyrn, Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Krasne. and Dr. and Mr-
    Herman Korenvaes stopped eating long enough to greet Walter Levine,
    rational president, of Baltimore, and Dr. and Mrs. John Samuels, of
    i elandhe's national secretary .
    Out at Doral Country Club on the dance floor Max Schwartz and
    Ethel Nagler were tripping the light fantastic toe; also the Marty Kurz-
    ..-. Irving and Shirley Miller were at a table with the William
    Erenners .
    Trying to make up their minds about what to eat at the Jardin
    Suisse were Carolyn (Mrs. Robert D ) Grossman and her sister, Isa
    belle (Mrs. Joseph) Davidson.
    The Philip F. ThausZelda stunning in deep rose and wearing an
    orchidat a noted South Beach spot celebrating their thirty-sixth an-
    niversary.
    paign would be stepped up in all
    . parts of Dade county. Women's
    activities exclude fund rai
    functions, -he indicated.
    Women will preside as hostesses
    at the annual Technion banquet set
    for Wednesday, Nov 28,
    Fontainebleau hotel.
    A-l EMPLOYMENT
    DOMESTIC HELP
    DAY WORKERS
    Ph. FR 94401
    Einstein Hadassah
    Has Fashion Shew
    MISS MARILYN 1ALLIA
    Albert Einsti
    ah will host I It
    M.yah at the West
    Club on Wedni
    Mrs. Seymour Shi
    of the group
    Program II ri
    l.is-, of tin national
    Hadassah, an
    Lewis Fashions i VI
    Mrs A li I] h I
    ei the di
    I., rner, whi
    show. Fashii: -
    i ;. Mesdami -
    Chadroff, \\ i
    Grossman, Fn Ha
    Lerner, Mi rli
    Roth, Sol Sai
    son
    Coiffeurs wil
    bj Shirli v i
    ami Beach
    lin-t, sses an li
    kv. chairman, and Mc
    Gadol, Max i D;
    , ng Di nmark Da> i
    .lean Johnson, Samuel
    Henry Gilbert. Larrj
    Sam Spera. Alberl W
    Sdi Goldie
    Ticket chairmen are M
    Martin. Mr- I J Gold
    Louis Kantor, Bnd pledg
    handled bj Mr- I
    Id.
    Invocation will hi givi
    Bernard s Kramarsky
    benediction bj Mrs An
    The nati 11 em
    bj Mrs At* :.
    I j Mrs Car! Ri i
    Youth


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    MISS CAROL! UEBE*MAN
    Bikur Cholim
    Family Dinner
    Bikur Choir, i : -he lr..
    ter will hold its nnual fi
    ner on Sundaj S p.m., al
    ter. 3196 SW 24tB Li Mi
    Mrs. Nathan Shenkin,
    of Bikus College, said thai
    men of the affairs are M
    back and Mrs Pearl Cm-
    Max Garshag will be t. urmao
    of entertainment, which includes I
    stage show by 26 arti-'- of the
    Grimm Dramatic School.
    In charge oi riserva
    Mr- Han> Karen and M lulius
    Steinberg.
    MISS MARCIA frilMAN
    Hope School Will
    Receive Assist
    Southwest M nut Grove
    Civitan Club am r.ces a pre-
    I irk( 'I i
    held this Fridaj al thi
    Grapeland Heij h's Park
    hall, 1550 \ ..
    The ; square
    am in- v. it h J I unoi i pro
    as ball
    loom
    P iceeds bi usi d : >\\ ard
    Hopi I tor
    Mentall;
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    tenbaum and L!< yd Arm
    dale, N.Y., oi Ocl 12. a
    Lisa Pat, whi n s bn
    Ross, 3 Grand) an i
    ..- d Mr- San Kesti
    Miami.
    A second .
    Mai Weiss oi '
    1 arry, almosl -
    Grandpan nts Mr
    J ,ck Wei
    m th S k I
    Parents I
    former Helen
    Shulkin. Set Gei
    Grandparents an
    thur Degutl
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    Trail Womei i ub will h id a
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    B'nai B>Hh Women's Naficnai President
    To be In Miami for Special Luncheon
    Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of Miss Forsberg, who was ordain
    B'nai H'riih Women, District No ed to the TongregationaT Christian
    5 announced Wednesday that Mrsf mM m mh made ner mos,
    Moe Kudicr. rational presi ent of .
    the organization, will fly to Miami recenl tour of Isrnel ,n ,h0 sum"
    on Wednesday, Nov. 28, to partici- mer and fall of l9t>o She devoted
    pate in the Todah-Thanksgiving her two-month tour to intensive
    luncheon at the Deauville hotel. slll(lv jn ,,,. ..,.., of education, im-
    migrant absorption, religious com-
    munities ;ind Aral> affairs. During
    ment at a coffee-and dessert meet-
    ing .f the host mmittee Wedn ., ,,.,,, Miss Forsberg lived with
    daj at n ion in the Gigi room of the ... ,, towns villages,
    CE3ARS of Lebanon Auxiliary lection. Her royal blue velvet
    . len Gi dmothers
    s at a brilliant lunch-
    it 1 laj at the Fontaine-
    i hoi :
    i an ol the Cedars W >m
    Division, Mrs Samuel T.
    i ri i ted attendees wear-
    an oversize floral print en-
    in shi des of magenta and
    nported from France. Her
    : pill-box hat was made of
    iated swirls of red and pink
    Aore only one piece of jew-
    her newly-acquired Golden
    other charm studded with
    diamonds.
    Herschel Leschel chose a
    form-fitting dress in the
    -- style, with the A look and
    , neckline. She wore three
    rter-length black leather
    - with eight buttons and
    black accessories.
    \ -ilk costume suit in hot pink
    : unded shawl collar was se-
    : l>> Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz.
    lacket lining was of flowered
    and rose silk, and her
    ath dress was caught with a
    trimmed belt. She won' a
    irand pearl necklace, whl/j
    bag and beaded gloves.
    . three-dimensional diamond
    tail r.i.:- si t with 24 emerald
    ins. was designed by her
    nd, a noted diamond ex-
    Mrs George Soule wore a royal
    Italian knit sweater -kirt out
    trimmed in two-inch bands of
    while. Jtcr accessories, earrings
    and necklace accented tiny red.
    white and blue imported heads.

    A pale aqua raw silk jacket and
    ** dress ensemble was Mrs. Jack
    Katzman's choice, emphasizing a
    dramatic cowl neckline. She wore
    , three-button Kton style cutaway
    acket and a single strand pearl
    necklace Mrs. Nathaniel Levin.
    I resident of the Cedars Auxiliary.
    i re an austere black French knit
    -.ii! trimmed in gold and simple
    ack and white accessories t<>
    atch The belted shift in royal
    and emerald green with boat-
    k collar was the choice of Mrs.
    n Lieberman. Her huge
    blue fur hat and white
    i s, plus diamond-and-pearl
    | completed her costume
    popular Italian knit sheath,
    h gold-trimmed embroid* red
    a Mrs David Stuzin's se-
    l ml aii el au hotel.
    Mrs, Reich rep
    that Mrs
    cloche-type hat was decoral Kudler will h r the Rei
    ed with a dart-shaped sapphire N'::> E.abelh Forabere. New
    A chanel style jacket t ipped
    Mi Irwin Potash's thrci piece
    Italian knit and black slei
    u welled I louse outfit II. r "Gar-
    bo Slouch" hat was fashioned of
    white leather, encircled by a
    tune inch hand of black moire.
    She wore \ hite leathi r gloves to
    match As a sharp contrast, she'
    chose a glowing six--strand pearl
    necklace.
    Mrs Edwin S. Shirley came :n
    a creation of full skirted white
    chiffon trimmed in black velvet
    Three giant black buttons of
    matching velvet decorated the
    blouse. Her smart black toque
    was neatly offset with three dia-
    monds. A black silk shirtwaist
    was Mrs. Sidney Lewis' ehoue.
    topped with a white fur belt Bre-
    ton hat.
    ajRS. William Shaves chose a
    " a beig< -colored suit and a
    |< se-knit red jacket, dec r te I
    in early American Indian symbols
    at the hem A red cloche-type
    straw hat completed her ensem-
    ble. A classic grey wool dress
    and turban to match was Mrs.
    Howard GrOSklOSS' ehoue for
    the luncheon.
    An Italian knit of white and
    plum was worn by Mrs. Milton
    Nadel. Het white sheath was
    trimmed with plum-colored but-
    tons, and the plum jacket featur-
    ed white inserts at the top of her
    sleeves. Her color scheme was
    carried out to her plum and white
    spectator shoes. Mrs. Sy Robbins
    chose the classic shirtwaist. A
    black and white abstract print
    bodice topped her white silk
    sheath. A wool tweed in plum
    and olive was the choice of Mrs
    Sam Nedclman. Her sheath fea-
    tured bracelet-length sleeves and
    a deep flounce at the hemline.
    Mrs. Gidney Langer's silk en-
    semble was in black and white.
    Her skirt and jacket were in
    black, and the print in her bod-
    ice lined her jacket, and was also
    repeated in her custom -made hat
    Mrs Milton Adler's blue -ilk
    sheath was accented with a
    double strand of pearls and a blue
    jeweled clasp on her necklace
    i i and pi i '. the Nationa
    Conference of Christians and -lews.
    and holder ol the B'nai B'rith 11 it
    - andii Citizens Award.
    Ri Forsberg will be guest
    speaker at the Todah-Thanksf
    luncheon, the first ol its kin.-: in
    the United states, ehich is expect
    , (! to set a pattern I ir B'nai B'rith
    groups through ation
    Mrs. Gerald Soltz, B'nai B'rith
    iii tai m.-. and sh w orked
    f ir a v i ,n on a kil bulz on the
    i i am se bi rd< r.
    in 1957, Miss Forsberg was a
    r oi a group ol 22 clei -
    nen, social workers, college pro-
    fessors and newspapermen who
    partici| ated in a study tour ol the
    Middle Fast, visiting Israel and the
    Arab countries, and conferring with
    oi (standing diplomats.
    An honor graduate ol Denison
    l niversity, ().. where she was elect-
    to Phi Beta Kappa, she went
    Women's leader, will he chairman on to earn a Bachelor of Divinity
    ol the Todah-Thanlcsgiving lunch- degree at Yale Divinity School.
    eon The B'nai B'rith Men and Worn-
    Mrs Soltz pointed out that the en of Patterson in iuis conferred
    national spotlight would be on the their "Outstanding Citizen Award''
    luncheon as a result of the partici on her in recognition of her con-
    pation of Mrs Kudler and the Rev. tributions to the community in the
    Forsberg. area "f intergroup relations
    Journal Luncheon
    For Academy Unit
    First journal luncheon of the He-
    brew Academy Women has been
    Mrs. Alfred Reich, president
    of B'nai B'rith Women. Dis-
    trict No. 5. who developed
    the idea for the Todah
    Thanksgiving luncheon in
    conference with the nationcl
    executive board of the organ-
    ization in Washington.
    Cpera Committee
    Plans Function
    Miami Beach committee for the
    advancement of Grand Opera held
    its first luncheon on Tuesday at
    the Morton Towers restaurant.
    Dr. anil Mrs. Leonard Jacobson
    hosted the luncheon. Dr. Jacob-
    son is chairman of the committei
    Mrs. Emil Morton. Mrs Daniel
    Schlapik, Mrs. David Hochberg
    and Mrs. Jacobson are chairmen of
    set sir Wednesday. Nov 28. at the the dame, to be held at the Eden
    home of Mr and Mrs. Leonard Hoc hotel on Wednesday. Dee 5
    Rosen. 10010 Broadview dr., Mrs
    Joseph Shapiro, president, an-
    nounced this week
    Proceeds from the annual year-
    bock project, chaired by Miss Sue
    Berkowitz. are used for the daily
    maintenance of the school
    Guest oi honor at the luncheon
    will be Mrs. H. H. Rosenhouse.
    who organized Hebrew Academy
    Women when her son became a stu-
    dent at the Academy.
    She has served as vice president
    of the Academy and president of
    the PTA
    Architect Morris l.apidus is de-
    signing a "theatre-in-the-round"
    fi i the Pompeii room
    Rabbi Will
    Review Bcoks
    A series of book reviews by Rab-
    bi Eugene Labovitz will be spon-
    sored by Temple Ner Tamid Sis-
    terhood, one a month from Novem-
    ber through March.
    First book to be reviewed will
    For the past four years, be "The Rothschilds." by Frederit-
    URS. M. H. ROStNHOUSC
    she has been membership chair- Morton, on Monday evening in
    man. and for three years served sklar Auditorium of the Temple
    as journal chairman. Chairman of the scries is Mrs.
    Ben Fabric.
    Zamora Planning Varied Activities
    vic*' woo h(-'C 'O.I IiO
    Temple Zamora Sisterhood meet-
    ing Wednesday evening at the
    Temple will be in honor of Jew-
    ish Book Month and feature a re-
    view of Harry Golden's "Your F.n-
    Singers in the sextet are Harry'
    Pines. Joseph Kvvart. Cy Spectei
    Hilbert Lcavitt. Joel Cohen and
    Sam Miller
    Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
    titled." by Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cy Spector, assisted by Mrs liar
    S tie*
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    and bracelet-length sleeves were
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    Following the review, "Mission
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    JenlstFhrkttair
    Friday. November 3, ig2
    Courier
    let i^c/i wa rtz
    Former Bostonian. Mark L. Harris of Miami Beach, has donated
    $100,000 to Brandeis University to construct a research winy in the
    v science enclave E. Alhert Pallot, accompanied by Hermlne,
    back from national conclave of U.S. Savings and Loan League In
    Washington. D.i\ where he served as a member of the corporation
    > and regulations committee Bay Harbor designer Harry Llnsk)
    iving top pn -s nonces, due no little to the able tub-thumping ef-
    tf C. R. Jacobson.
    American Jewish Committee all anos; about credit given to Amer-
    ican Jewish Congress for its big dinner Sunday. Back from vacations
    in Spain for the Doral Country Club gathering were David B Fleeman.
    chapter president, and vice president Nathan Kood. Ken Treister. ,
    M.ami architect and member of Committee's executive group, has
    incidentally designed a park in the Negro section of Coconut Grove,
    since accepted as a pilot project by the City of Miami.

    New chairman of the community relations committee of the Great
    tr Miami Society of Psychiatrists and Neurologists Is Dr. Alan A.
    Upton Jules P. Channjng earned honorary life membership in the
    Scuth Florida chapter of the Florida Planning and Zoning Assn.. at a
    Coral Gables Country Club Noted publisher Bennett Cerf
    was to speak at the University of Miami Wednesday night in the sec-
    end of a series of lectures for both students and the general public
    -; nsored by the undergraduate student government.
    Gershon Miller, affable president of the B'nai B'rith luncheon
    club, airmailed us a card from Israel praising the JNF's tour of the
    Jewish state Among University of Miami professors taking part
    ir. the 15th annual meeting of the American Gerontological Society
    a: the Deauville this week are Asher Marks. Morris Rockstein and
    Pentz Scheinberg. Dr Irwin Berman will present a paper.
    Ofl to the 20th Navy Symposium on Underwater Accoustics in San
    D.ego is Morton Kronengold, of the U of M Dr. Reuben Y. Ellison
    has inked a contract to write a French textbook ... On ch. 10's elec-
    tion evi sp cial in which Miami News Sunday editor Jack Kassewitz
    was milder than usual. Republican nominee Jay McGlon called for
    bd investigation of the Birch Society, and GOP standardbearer Robert
    Peterson called for extension of medicare into the realm of paying
    rgical bills And when will they move those amend-
    ments away from their hidden place atop the ballot?

    Gr .- r v Marines will observe the 187th birthday ol
    ay night with a Birthday Ball in the Casanova room
    I C Mayers, of the Marine Reserve, invites
    Leathernecks Cora Gables Times front-
    city's .1 iy thai the Gables population is
    rh< Footli rs C ub started fi> ears ag<
    con dian Leon Fiel i ficers at
    at T j -' Marl I Mill n Berle and Jerry
    '-
    tint Sundi I Monda; hi tinu
    ... t| : : tl Suri
    Six. wl network on ABi '. speal
    , in Instituti ol Architi rs 1
    at the Dupont Plaza fi r his i ion< i
    ti i tural advisi r> board to giv< aid I
    tf ige loans at thi ivings instituti i
    : savings n i | n sident, played a key
    rous liberal D< m I indidati in
    I orida i articularly in the Ri publican
    d a. tein Co lege ol M< d
    nter '' shiva L'nivi i it; i Iforts
    ! he Einsten on the Palm
    ing 1 V i it: ector of develop] ent.

    f to S Gi its selec
    ib G Miami for the b si i
    ... ,-ear Robi rl lss< r
    ities of Flori lm Miami Beach broker-
    tativi Harry I. Hoffman, exec-
    s, and president ol the Gri ater Mi
    has h the ciation as
    f the year New pn xy I tl i I able
    ni Beach Mai Kli in
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    it as thi but thi n
    i Mike S : ceanfront Bi
    S retiremenl ol 180 r.....ns
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    n New Yoi Yati I akii -
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    Judge Friedman To be Speaker
    1 District Grand I
    pen housi ritl
    eeting Tuesdi i t Hillel
    y H'ri Y
    Prii I be J Elli Fl< pn sident I (he
    t presidei <; >,,,
    Left to right are Jack S. Popick, president ol the South Florida
    Division. American Friends of the Hebrew University; Char-
    les Charcowsky, founder ot the new Hebrew University cam-
    pus; Judge Louis Levinthal, chairman, board of governors of
    the Hebrew University at Jerusalem; and Maurice Revitz,
    chairman of a dinner meeting here last Saturday night at the
    Fontainebleau hotel in honor of Judge Levinthal.
    Florida State B'nai B'rith Plans
    Joint Adult Education Seminar Sunday
    Club Will (
    Install Officers
    Installs! t>n bi f the M;..-.
    achusetti [
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    al the St ville hct '
    New offict rs are presi ...
    aid Rivkinn; .let pi sidi
    andcr S G ri son I \
    man, Hf Wail
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    Study Needs of Service Personnel
    SEASON IN THE BALANCE: The Cuban crisis is sure to affect
    mal t it--- trek here The big, bold type that appeared in
    n newspapers the past three weeks had enough impact tc
    ay WOUld-be travelers to this area no and in the near future.
    promotional campaigns are being readied to offset th se head
    and to lei >ut-oMown tourists know nothing's changed in oui
    resort area. This is excellent. But even more can be done. Nothing
    helps such a situation better than the personal touch."
    It v mid Only take five letters from each of us, in a letter writing
    campaign, to allay the fears of war-wary, would be tourists and inforn
    them that everything is A-OK in Greater Miami and Miami Beach
    ;ir hostelries are ready, as usual, to welcome the sunand-fun
    irdes. Don't delay write today.
    * *
    THE SPORTS SCENE: Open less than i year, the rvmarkabli
    ndition of the Doral Country Club's two IB-hole courses is
    tall of the local golfing fraternity. The fairways are plush and
    sm Localites are flockin in good
    chami ship layouts and par-three course Spotted there
    Internal i lirpori hotel ien< Alan iTrabert and Hoel
    i r, Jei '-' Warn i i Ben Sei i:'"- Uso Ted Sew-
    B Friedmai N I ng.
    . iods enl n Try Kin
    s :ondit;ori fayshore and Ni'-nardy Shores courses, under
    r. lion c' 5->"er Stu Boyle, delighting "ie hordes of Bcachi'es
    ng ,1/ |y >- the municipal layouts. Enjoying them are Harry
    slander, Charlie Schwartz, iust hick from Atlantic City, Pinky
    Drabir Bonne ^c"enberg, Harry Relkir, Al 'Nettleton Shoes' Lo-
    p?:, Jcc Cole Coticilmen Wolfie Cohen Bernie Frank, Mel Richard,
    and Ccnty Com-i ssioner Harold Spaet.
    oldsters find 18 regular-sized holes too much for them,
    vantag the Beach's fine par-three layout, under Dorothy
    ! SUP
    Y' th directors >f local synagogues and affiliated organizations
    -ports pi igrams will find one of the largest and most varied
    goods rtod in the south, at greatly reduced prices, at Kim-
    - 215 NE 2nd ave. By the way, bossman Jerry Kimball will be
    pop for the first time any day now. with the stork scheduled
    i paj visit t) the home of his son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and
    S ford Kimball
    * *
    ALCNG HOTEL ROW: The Saturday night gala dinner dance is
    il~ by the droves to Doral's Conquistador room. A table d'hote
    eluding -" 'ak or prime ribs, plus dancing to two orchestras.
    ! prii (9 75, is the magnet. There's no beverage minimum
    arge
    ,. iwner David Levlnson will be honored a> "1962
    Man of te vear' the state of Israel Bind- program in the Ellen-
    * testimonial dinner will be sta ed Nov. 14 in
    ::\ i Elron former Dcputj Commandi r ol l rael's
    Pi .. >sl speaker. I m in a n eml er ol I
    i has been in the local hotel business some
    Kcsher cfir rg is now available at the Seville and Deauville.
    Estelll Polak rake care o* your needs at the Seville, while vet-
    eran fc;d executive Bill Goldring is the man to contact at the Deau-
    ville f} any sis function.
    rh orchestras '. an Smith an I E lie Cha< tei nate for
    sioi n the smart Tack Room ol the Diplomat Guesl
    ts are \ lay and Saturda) al Sam Enedland's famed
    M Itampagne Night, with a dance contest under
    . irvisi lancers Mario and Joan V'allo, who also perform.
    . and national pros will compete in the Pro-Pro tournament at
    Continued 'rom Page 1-B
    some two weeks to study the
    needs at bases triers.
    Ro.'enbi rg revealed that two sur-
    ej committees were formed at
    lie Sunday meeting. A human re-
    source committee, headed by Sid-
    ley Goldin, administrative assist
    nt of Ml Sinai Hospital, this
    veek began alerting local Jewish
    tealth and welfare agencies about
    he role it is expected they will
    )lay in rendering services to mili-
    ary personnel and their depend-
    ints.
    "Host of the big hospitals in
    Jreater Miami have already been
    equested to make available 50
    beds each in the event of an enier-
    :ency." Rosenberg said. "Mt. Sinai
    s in this category."
    The committee includes Miss
    Minnie Feinberg, executive secre-
    . rj of the National Council of
    fewish Women; and Ivan H. Cohen.
    ssistant director of Jewish Fam-
    LI} and Children's Service.
    Also set up here was a physical
    resources committee, headed by
    Efraim Gale, executive cVector
    of the Greater Miami Jewish
    Community Center, and Edward
    Cohen, administrative director of
    Greenberg Heads
    Youth Parade
    Milford Greenhorn, member of
    the downtown Miami Optimist club.
    will mark his 11th year as "Youth
    Appreciation Week" parade mar-
    shall next Thursday.
    More than 6.000 boys and girls
    from all parts of Dade county will
    participate in the parade which
    will begin at 7 p.m., on the east
    side of the Miami River bridge on
    E. Flagler st.. and proceed east on
    Klager past a reviewing stand on
    the courthouse steps to a disperse
    aiea near SE 3rd st.. in downtown
    Miami.
    Parade judges include Miami
    Mayor Robert King High, Optimist
    officials and newspaper represen-
    tatives Manny Goldstrich, of Mi-
    ami Beach. Boy Work chairman for
    luthern region of Optimist In-
    ternational, will b< one ol the lop
    ranking i pl mist officials I i serve
    i! idge.
    Temple Israel, which early this
    week began serding cjt cjues-
    lionaires to synagogues and all
    Jewirh orqanizat;ons h?-e asking
    what facilities they would be
    able to provide for recreational
    act:vities and religious needs of
    military personnel.
    Already on the calendar of events
    Chai
    perso inel -
    on
    Christmas
    fuith- sponsored t Pi er W
    enall at US adquarters h i
    at 337 NE 2nd ave. This interfaith
    move is designed to release I
    Jewish volunteers and s'aff mem-
    for the entertainment ol service- j,rrs r ijgo s0 th.-y can .-;
    men in the South Florida cnmmun- rjhristmas ay with their families'
    ity are the following projects: at home.
    A Thanksgiving Day program. # MwtBB Corps celebration ai
    ; Nov. 22. for Opa-locka personnel by chjca ,ms Saturday. Nov. 10,
    the home hospitality committee, of manned by Miami's Junior
    which Mrs. Ruth Abelow is chair ^ ^.^ Vol,inI,er>
    man, whose function will be to pro-
    vide transportation for men in uni- Religious services for the
    form to private home* here. military at Homestead, with Oneg
    Cabana party for personnel Shabbat functions provided by the
    stationed at Homestead Air Force i Greater Miami Armed Services
    P.ase on Sunday. Nov. 25. at West- Committee of the Jewish Welfare
    brookc Country Club Board.
    Dil imal i club Nov. 8 Bob Toski, Ted Kroll, Dub Pagan a
    Ij i .r sign 'd to pi ij
    i lefter offers a low
    hoti: m i excellent
    low priced package for guests al his
    kosher meals included. Religious ser\
    ma i
    part ol


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    regulai i '......- offered.
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    i: ji VI Playhouse starting laturdaj N>
    -i roline Wol
    ! Vnii i
    ce Culler i
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    i :im e it opei i
    in plans a series of hit
    the Playhouse stage, including "The renth
    idy I :'. Broadwaj smash, never shown
    h M -v casting for his nexl Galler> Playhouse presents
    owing "The Fifth Season" It'- lennessee Williams' Cal on a
    i rh Roof.' with Marino at lus playhouse for casting sea-
    entj itill opi n.
    "Eoecaccia '70," the droll modem screen version of the De-
    cameron, has been held over at the Carib. Miami and 163rd St.
    Theatres. Sophia Loren never looked more seductive than she does
    n "The Raffle" sequence. Her fellow players give some of the
    best satirical characterizations of bug-eyed swains it's ever been my
    Pleasure to witness on screen. "Gigot," Jackie Gleason's well-ha.led
    French-made feature, follows.
    Peter Sellers. Ofle of the world's top comics, returns to local
    screens at the NOrmandie, Mnvfair and Parkway in "Waltz ol the
    Toreadors." As an aging general in love with a much younger lass.
    Sellers .-nerates olentv emotional sparks.
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    THE RESTAURANT ROUTE: The Julius Kasdms. of drug Store
    Ume, spotted at r>.-. Sweets Morris Piken is the new manager ol
    'be delightful Fireside, which offers complimentary orchids to milady
    evet .hi John Barney and his band now entertaining
    a' the Carriage Club Miami Springs Villas Barnes once trumpeted
    with ihrace Heidi Ray Kinney and Clyde McCoy bands Exotic
    dining delights Far East are featured il Middle Eas restaurant
    ... hlvd. caterers Harold Ponl and Irvin
    Gordon report i better than ever Many Miamia
    tag th, ,,!, of German dishes al the Hofbrau House in
    Hallai |, i.
    Senior Citizens
    Discuss Issues
    The Jewish Liberal Culture
    group of Miami Beach, all retired
    senior citizens, meets daily from
    10:30 a.m. until noon in Flamingo
    lark to read and discuss the main
    topics of daily and. weekly publica-
    tions
    Twice a week, s Ossipof reads
    from the works of Sholom Aleich-
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    Fridays N. '.
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    i hairm Meyer
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    Friday, November 9, 1962
    Members cl the Temple Emeu
    hoaid of directors meet at Sit Hall tc plan
    the year's activities. Seated (left to riq
    Allen Goldberg. Hyland Kout, Louis S]
    president. Michael Sossin, Al Zablo, Jose]
    Cohen end Joseph Abelow. Stan to
    t) are D- u Shapiro, Bill Cc~:

    Ihe vol r'
    Educators Unit
    Elects Officers
    ,. Hel re Edu
    moe, h*W Sunday cven-
    I Beth I-' el Coi
    t|
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    JayceestoAid
    Defection Week
    Medical Center
    Campaign Picks
    Up Steam Here
    The campaign to build .i Great-
    er Miami medical i nter ki Beer-
    gheba, Israel, picked up momen-
    tum this week with ann oincement
    ol a campaign cabinet by Mrs An-
    Brenner Meyers, chairman.
    Named to the cabinet were Dr,
    Milton Lubarr, Jacob Rifkin, Jos-
    !'h Cohen, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
    iv Irving Lehrman, Dr, Julian A.
    Rickles Harry Gordon, Max Hecht,
    lulius Cooper, David Meyers, and
    w iliiam Agranoi e
    Mrs. Meyers announced a list of
    gome of the medical equipment
    which will be supplied by the
    $200,000 center in the capital city
    oi Israel's Nege\ region.
    An x-ray diagnostic unit, a mo-
    bile unit, an oxygen tent for
    polio, two viso-cardiettes, surgi-
    cal instrument sterilizers, twin
    beam-cardiettes, surgical anes-
    thesia apparatus, fiuoroscopes, a
    blood bank refrigerator and
    cranecgraph precision appartus
    for skull radiography all will be
    housed in the center.
    The drive to bmld the center is
    sponsored bj the Bi -u.c-- i
    . mal Council oi Kupat Hohm-
    Histadrut. Mrs Meyers called the
    r "a lif< : health
    to tl and ni'.'. immigra
    ol l ra
    'Opportunity'
    Awards Dinner
    The fourth animal Equal Oppor-
    tunity Day awards dinner will be
    held at the Everglades Hotel Sat
    urday, Nov 24
    A yearly event focusing special
    attention on national brotherhood.
    Kill) is sponsored locally by the
    Greater Miami Urban League.
    Mrs. Louis Glasser is the 1962
    EOD chairman. The Greater Mi-
    ami Urban League, an agency of
    the United Fund, is administered
    by an interracial board of men and
    women from all walks of life.
    -
    Mi

    lecti
    11 to 17
    Dr Richar I \pplebaum tti
    i i lirman of community hi alth i I
    .
    . Jaycees, am ui
    t I he Jayt ei planned I
    0 diabetic detet l
    led "dreypaks." to all di
    stores and hospitals in the South
    i a
    Dr. Applcbaum, who i on the
    committee hea led bj Dr Seymour
    l. Alterm in, chairman ol the dia-
    bi tii det( ction committee for the
    County Medical Assn
    m unced that his office v ill be
    available for further information
    regarding the drive.
    Plans for the campaign to raise S200.000 for the new medical
    center in Beersheba, Israel, sponsored by Greater Miami
    Jewry under the leadership of the Israel Histadrut Committee,
    are talked over by (left to right) Moshe Berman, executive di-
    rector; Dr. Harry E. Wolk, president of the Temple Beth Sho-
    lom rotherhood; Michael Sossin. president of the Temple
    Emanu-El Brotherhood; end Irving Sachs, chairman of the
    boar dof directors of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Great-
    er Miami.
    Huge Vo*e For Dade County
    Floral Arrangement Talk
    Regular monthly meeting of the
    Sisterhood of Temple B'nai Sholom
    will take place at the Temple on
    Wednesday evening. At the con-
    In the w .ike ol an off Presidential
    tion year vote nationally,
    throughout Friday, and here in
    Dade county, Florida Sen Ge irge
    i > an easy vic-
    tory over his Republican
    nent, Emerson Rupert, with
    113 vol to Rupert's 18.959
    In the third district, for U.S. Rep-
    resentative former U.S. Sen Claude
    I'epper won over his Republican
    opponent, Robert A Peterson, with
    a tally of 59.514 t 0 43.782. thus re-
    turning him to Capitol Hill, from
    which he retired when he lost to
    Sen. Smathers in 1950.
    In the fourth district, it was
    Dante Fascell, Democrat, with 61.-
    356 votes for the incumbent, to
    35.528 for his Republican oppon-
    ent. J. C. McGlon.
    In other races, Jerry W. Carter,
    retained his seat on the Railroad
    and Public Utilities Commission,
    with 95.364 votes to Republican H
    1> mocr; lit US r VI S
    ei. Ri
    In scho >1 l iard race, il as a
    clean Democratic sweep: Jim Hen-
    (in.- over Ralph T Craigo, District
    1: Ilelere J \ osl >h over Charles
    l' English, District i. and G,
    Holmes Braddock over Arthur A.
    Atkinson, District 3.
    Harvi y H Baker, Democrat, be-
    came Inland Navigation commiss-
    ioner, winning easil) over Dick
    Merrcll, 58.ioo.
    In the judicial arena, among un-
    opposed Democratic nominees.
    Judge Henrj L. Balaban led the
    ticket with 107.784 votes, Judge
    Raymond Nathan won another term
    as Small Claims Court Judge, with
    100.210 votes. Jack A. Falk re-
    turned to Criminal Court with 100,-
    316 votes In the fifth district.
    Jason Berkman gained 15,929
    votes in his unopposed election as
    Justice of the Peace.
    B. Foster's 67.6*3; George L Hollo- u:-|,i:_L#r nil.J
    han. Democrat. 117.250. to retain Highlights Offered
    Safety Harbor
    Spa Adds New
    Modern Facility
    ' American Spas are reasserting
    themselves No longer i it nee-
    esarj to go to such far sunning
    i as Baden, Austria; Bath.
    land; Vichy. France; or Weis-
    baden, Germany, for first class
    mireral I aths or drinking water
    from excellent mineral springs
    While European watering places
    n j i v great prestige. American
    Spas have everything that i- to
    be found in Spas anywhere on the
    globe "
    This is the belief ol John Mar-
    shall, president of the Association
    ol American Spas, upon the dedi
    catior of a new building as part of
    an i xpansion program at the Safe
    '. Harboi spa. Safet) Harbor, Fla
    "We have Spas in America with
    better facilities, better hotels and
    ail the God-given mineral elements
    found in the best of European
    Spas," Marshall said.
    The Safety Harbor Spa at Safe-
    ty Harbor, Fla., builds its entire
    activities around mineral springs.
    These springs were discovered
    and named by Hernando DeSoto
    in May, 1539, when he sailed his
    ship into what is now known as
    Old Tampa Bay and anchored
    near some "healing springs"
    mentioned to him by Indians.
    Certain of his crew were healed
    of sickness after drinking their
    waters, and in gratitude Desoto
    gave these springs the mml
    "Espiritu Santo."

    : el A. Ka'.z
    president of B n
    be gur>st sp
    :' koff
    Combined C
    '.
    Dupont PI -
    y evening.
    Hew Ceiitsr
    To be Dedicai
    Surfside's new $ i
    ity Center will be
    la) afternoon with i
    monies also markii \
    Day. Flag i aisini
    ing ceremonies will gel
    d:i> under way il 2
    ne center, 93r I -;
    ,\ e
    Mayor Sidney Kir.
    Louis Hoberm n
    Lee Howard. Irvin -
    Raymond Wise will
    is to an ex|
    several hundred ol
    men.
    The Nautilus Junior High -
    Band, under the due. I
    eph C, Caterir.o, will partii
    the dedication of the ci
    110-piece band will plaj
    music m conjunction with
    erans' Day ceremonies,
    give a short program.
    Ribbon cutting cerem
    be handled by Mayor Kit
    town manager Fred BOWi n
    Membn-s of the V. men
    -ion of the Surfsi '. Bay 1
    Bal Harbour Ch in
    Commerce will act as I
    Thej and members o. .
    of the Library, voluntary
    zal ion w hich assists v il h
    City library lot ated ii
    center, will arrange '
    .in- oi the library and other i
    ter facilities.
    A feature of the Dedi, iti
    program will be a cor<
    ed b> the Surfside Music s
    The pn ..ram. to be : -
    8 30 p.m., will feature Joyc
    her. coloratura soprano, and Esti
    r.-ipi .is, concert pianist, hi I
    side residents, an I James J
    tenor
    Vice Mayor Iloberman. pr
    of the Music Society, announci -
    that following the inaugural
    cert, a regular series of month!}
    concerts will start in December o
    a subscription basis
    Twelve years ago. Salem H. Bar-
    his seat as State Representative B'nai B'rith Women, Ann Frank
    in Group 1. over Republican chal- chapter, held a regular meeting
    elusion of the business agenda, the lengcr Charles English. 50.806; recently at the Park Lane anoff, N.D. Ph T, s wife
    November Circle will conduct a' Earl Faircloth. Democrat. 106.709. Cafeteria. Highlights of the B'nai Lisa, came to Safety Harbor from
    gift shop, including instruction in over Elwood T. Lippincott. Repub-! B'rith European and Israel trip New York State where they owned
    floral arrangements | lican. 54.660; and Carey Matthews. I were presented. I anrj operated a' restorium. Their
    ~ ideas of diet and guest welfare
    were transferred to this new sol
    ting and have flourished since
    Baranoff and Marshall act as
    iging directors. Dr. D ivid P
    Wollowick is medical director
    In ad lition to pi o\ iding rooms.
    individual diets, hot mineral baths
    physio-therapy, thi Spa also
    a complete entertainment
    ram Tl i im is under
    ii. direction ol Mrs Florence
    rly ol the Sans Souci
    al Miami Beach.
    Newest addition to Safety Har-
    bor i- a modern building centrally
    housing a lobby, offices, lout
    auditorium, television and card
    rooms.
    I hope
    Grandma^
    likes rwi
    flowers*
    Dignified, beautiful and
    reverently cared for
    surroundings for our
    departed loved ones
    a source of very
    comfort to alL
    r our
    s are I
    real 1
    VliAMl SfXClUW
    I itw.SM CI'.'ETERV
    Newest facility at Safety Harbor Spa in Safety
    JIarbor, Fla., features a lobby, offices, lounges,
    auditorium, and television and card rooms.
    This is first in the Spa's expansion program.
    J,/w// J^o
    4.0 CohfUHXD MAUS0I
    ..,.," M0 1-7693


    Friday. November 9, 1962
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    Page 13-B
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    Testimonial Meets
    Big Response,
    Engtander Says
    Young Israel testimonial din-
    if of Mr and Mrs Sam-
    I "is .....ing with tre-
    m i response," ac-
    (h Vice May
    ! chairman ol
    ill he held
    . v.\ 18, at the Deau-
    i r and Irvin | Bunim
    hairmanship <>i
    n -i i 'v Districl At-
    i Kings County, Brooklyn,
    is a former president of
    National Council of Young I-

    MR. AND MRS. RtlNHARD
    m also Ol New York, is one
    country's top textile manu-
    rs, and president of the
    Jacob Joseph Rabbinical Col-
    Ni York City.
    Rabbi Ephraim Sturm, execu-
    tive director of the National Coun-
    cil of Young Israel, said this week
    that "the rapid growth of the
    Yooog Israel of Greater Miami is
    a fitting tribute to the vibrancy
    cf 'he Young Israel movement,
    which this year is celebrating its
    SGth anniversary as a national or-
    ganization."
    : Sherwin Stauber, spiritual
    of Young Israel of Greater
    . 990 NK Kist st., No Miami,
    : thai the architectural plans
    thi congregations new building
    .ilri.idy been given out for
    Dr. Sol Nussbaum, chairman of
    Ihi building committee, announced
    the new site will cost in ex
    ri s of SI00.000 at its completion.
    Wolf man. architect, has de-
    i d the building to utilize the
    as a center for youth activi-
    lion's Club Minstrel Show
    IVest Miami and Sunshine Lions
    Clubs will present an old-fashion-
    ed minstrel show on Friday and
    Saturday evenings al Coral Cables
    Senior High School. Bird and Le-
    .Kline rd. Curtain time is 8:15 p.m.
    Production will feature black-face
    minstrels, banjos, songs, comedy,
    a mixed chorus of 60 voices, and
    full orchestra. Proceeds are for
    Lions club eyesight conserve-
    program.
    Cellist Parr.as
    Joins Sevitzky
    At UM Concert
    The second pair of concerts of
    the season by the University of
    Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fab
    ian Sevitzky. conductor, will be
    presented Sunday and Monday
    evenings, Nov. n and 12. at Mi-
    ami Beach and Bade County Audi-
    toriums. Leslie Parnas. interna-
    tionally known prize-winning cell-
    ist, will be soloist.
    Dr. Sevitzky will open the pro-
    gram with Ernes) Causson's Sym-
    phony in B flat major. Op 20,
    Chausson's only symphonic work
    written in 1890.
    Guest soloist Parnas takes the
    spotlight for the next two num-
    bers on the program, Charles
    Camille Saint-Saens* Cello Con-
    certo in A minor and Peter II-
    yitch Tchaikovsky's variations on
    a Rococo Theme for cello and or-
    chestra.
    Parnas, who will be making his
    first appearance in the South FloJ-
    ida area, is a protege of the re-
    nowned cellist. Gregor Piatigor-
    sky. Parnas made his debut at
    15 in St. Louis, his home town,
    and at 23 became first cellist of
    the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
    He has since won many prizes in
    international cello competitions.
    Concluding the program will be
    Sevitzky s own transcription of
    Johann Sebastian Bach's I'asa-
    caglia and Fugue in C minor.
    ilia Quartet will be heard on Tuesday evening at the
    White Temple Methodist Church in the second concert of Ihe
    season sponsored by Friends of Chamber Music of Miami.
    P'ogram will include Quartet in C major, op. 50 No. 2. Haydn;
    Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, op. 9 (1913), Webern; Con-
    rtlno for String Quartet. Stravinsky; and Quartet No. 3 in B
    ' tl major, op. 67. Brahms. Artists include Walter Levin and
    :y Meyer, violins; Peter Kamnitzer. viola; and lack Kir-
    ... cello.
    Dr. Myron Coulton
    D. D S.
    7550 RED ROAD Ph. 665-5466
    Shore Building South Miami
    SCOPE
    by ALAN SHECTER
    Wh.it
    s satisl
    B" ilorris L pidus
    inn it feel as watt hi ni w
    .- an hitei I
    know I
    His
    ion Vmericai in N'ev \
    is incredibli spollight
    in the citj us and dy-
    namic skylin And in Baltimore,
    his plans for the $2 million Beth
    I ue promises a new
    standard in contemporary .Jewish
    architecture, to join those of men
    like the late greal Frank Lloyd
    Wright's unique contribution to
    sj nagogue design.
    Lapidus has strong feelin -
    about the lack oi good architec-
    ture in American synagogues,
    "Until ten years ago mosl syna
    gogues were apologetic in appear-
    ance," he noted the other day
    They tried to imitate the By-
    zantine or Moorish influence, with
    no attempt to relate it to Jewish
    architecture."
    No Feeling of Worship
    Also critical of the design in
    many modern synagogues, Lapidus
    -peak- out against "severe, erec-
    tor-set modern sanctuaries with
    no feeling Of worship." He com-
    plains of synagogues that are
    -hard, mechanical and soulless."
    In his plans for Baltimore's
    Beth Tfiloh. Lapidus' viewpoints
    are clearly expressed in the three
    phases of the project.
    In the sanctuary, he told us.
    the ceiling rises up into a huge
    central crown and calls for dra-
    matic, creative use of stained
    glass. "This dominating crown
    reaches upward to inspire the
    lofty, heavenly aspirations con-
    ducive to man's communion with
    God."
    The social aspect of Beth Tfiloh
    is both simple and dignified, with
    emphasis on creating an atmos-
    phere conducive to good cheer
    Thirdly. Lapidus describes the
    design for the school building as
    conveying "that life is for children
    and that learning is fun." The
    school windows look out over
    trees and greenery, which he con-
    siders vital in making the school
    "a pleasant place for learning."
    An architect must think of
    everything. Men like Miami
    Beach's Lapidus most often do.
    Strickland's Rights Viewed
    If the District Court of Appeals
    rules thai the entire Metro Com-
    mission should sit in judgment of
    the charges of anti-Semitic re-
    marks allegdly attributed to
    Judge Edwin E. Strickland. Metro
    Commissioner Harold Spael will
    1 jun rs,
    ...
    ty A" rnes I rrej Di
    daj there may
    mi -.: in the I ii
    Court's ruling thai I Metn
    ... .1 protect
    Strii
    pers :
    "It is ex ely important
    that ." dge Strict
    i \erj protecti n to which he is
    entitled." the commissioner 1 in>
    fided ever the phone.
    As Spael sees it, punitive action
    would definitely be in order "if it
    is proven that Judge Strickland
    did indeed make the remarks as
    charged." Punitive action in this
    ease, he told us. could mean any-
    thing from a slap on the wrist
    to a removal of Judge Strickland
    Irom the benchwith several pos-
    sibilities in between.
    February Will Tell
    February may turn out to be
    an exciting month for former
    Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
    piro. Wife Sylvia, an Israeli Sa-
    bra. is due to present him with
    the couple's first heir around the
    middle of that month.
    Shapiro laughingly admits "I'm
    hoping for a boy" What he
    wouldn't admit to us is that he
    may announce his candidacy for
    the Miami Beach City Council
    around the same time.
    He certainly doesn't den y
    there's a definite move underway
    to help him back on the political
    trail, but the attorney wants to
    wait awhile longer before decid-
    ing whether or not to run. But
    even at this early stage. Shapiro's
    "indecision" sounds hopefully un-
    convincing, and his voice gurgled
    with laughter when confronted
    with our "disbelief."
    Goal Never Reached
    A tip of the hat is in order for
    mortgage banker Jay 1. Kislak,
    who is sparking what looks like
    the most successful United Fund
    effort in Bade county history. As
    campaign chairman. Kislak is de-
    termined to see IF reach it.- goal
    this yearsomething that's never
    really happened before
    Kislak is on the executive com-
    mittee and a former treasurer ot
    the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration. In these dual philan-
    thropic capacities, he sees more
    Bade countians as finally awak-
    ening to their responsibilities in
    :hi- community, despite the fact
    that so many of our residents
    hav< migrated here from othei
    an .is
    Beach Dentist
    Now AF Captain
    Dr Bobert Apfel. of Miami
    Beach, who recently tame to active
    duty in the United States Air
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    he orientatioi [01 officers
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    oi Miami and the University o(
    Maryland dental school. He Is a
    member ol Alpha (>nn
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    Prep Course. In charge of camp
    newspaper.
    3. Representative for this well-
    established camp in the Greater
    Miami area Camp offers modern
    facilities, complete athletic and
    aquatic program. D.etary Law cui-
    sine. Fee $650.
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    Dinner to Honor Rabbi Caplcn
    Temple Adath Yeshuran will hon-
    01 Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan vwth a
    i, stimonial dinner on Satui
    night, Dec 8, at the Carillon hotel.
    Anno '' wa- made by Jos-
    i ph Liedman, firsl \ ii '''lit
    in ihe absenci of the president,
    Charles Ros< nb< r who ;'- at pres-
    ent on .1 world tour and due to re-
    turn before the dinner.
    Rabbi Caplan assumed Ins duties
    as spiritual leader of the Temple
    last July 20.
    Rabbi Caplan was executive di-
    rector of the South Florida chapter
    of Yeshiva University for five
    years prior to assuming his present
    post.
    In announcing the testimonial,
    Liedman said (hat "in the short
    time Rabbi Caplan has been with
    the Temple on a full timehasis. he
    has endeared himself to everyone
    in the congregation, Sisterhood and
    Men's Club He has -parked the
    congregation with new enthusiasm
    "Under his leadership, the
    :i is planning a $90,000
    I aign to completi the consl 1
    ,.: .. sand lary and si I
    ' I
    hi Caplan 1- "t show
    Inch we hold
    Mrs Daniel Bimbi rj .. Martin
    Gn an co haii the
    The Tempi, is located at TI**:l.
    328 EUCLID AVE.
    BEDROOM APARTMENT
    No Hall. Back and front entrance. 1
    blocks from Beach, ideal for couple.
    S85 a Month on Lease. Call 371-6258
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    <* #*# li ri<1iiciiir
    Friday, November 3. 1S62
    <[jar David Isaacs
    S'orman N. Shapiro will
    at the Bar Mitzvah of
    David Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Irving Isaacs, during Saturday
    Rabbi
    officiate
    the Bar Mitzvah of, Jeffrey Myles
    BTate during services conducted by
    Rabbi Mordecai Podet on Saturday
    morning, Nov. 10.
    Jeffrey is a student at Ponce
    *. *-w""---. M....rt ......*..~j jtrimrj 13 a o,,*.. -~
    morning services. Nov. 10, at Beth Junior High, and his activities
    T \ il wl ( '. t., -.v i i iv i i n t i ___If!_ ... it * David Congregation.
    The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
    grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
    ior High, and participates in all
    sports, including swimming.
    He will be honored at the Kid-
    dush following the ceremony.
    *
    Jeffrey Blatc
    Temple Judea will be the site of
    elude golfing, tennis and horse-
    back-riding. He will continue with
    his religious school studies.
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blate. 4405
    Toledo st.. Coral Gables, will host
    the Kiddush in their son's honor
    following the morning service.
    *
    Shelley Beer
    Friday evening services. Nov. 9,
    at Beth David Congregation will
    include the Bas Mitzvah of Shelley
    David Isaacs
    Jeffrey Slate
    leeward Teenkel
    Jenafliaa Taaaen
    Shelley 8*tr
    3030 SW 15th st.. will be Bar Mitz- in science and astronomy, and par-
    van. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will ticipates in the athletic program.
    Second generation to be Bar
    Mitivah at Beth Jacob. David will
    conduct the ceremony.
    Edward is a student at the Cen-
    ter's religious school and belongs
    to the Israelite Center Youth Group.
    Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AI- He js in tne eighth grade at Shen-
    ( li_____mm I- .Kl.i \ ..1 "' .!> V B>*I .1. ^_J -lnJf.nl
    be honored by
    grandparents at
    chapel.
    his parents
    Kiddush in
    an.i
    the
    Edward Pomeranti David le Vine
    bert J. Beer. Rabbi Norman N.
    Shapiro will officiate.
    An eighth grade student at Shen-
    andoah Junior High. Shelley has
    played the piano accompaniment
    for the school's musical programs,
    and also studies art.
    Following the ceremony, she will
    be honored at the Oneg Shabbat.
    A *
    Edward Pomerenfi
    On Saturday morning. Nov. 10. at
    Israelite Center. Edward, son of
    Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Pomerantz. of
    32 Organizations Pledge Support of JNF
    Dedication Banquet' Set Here for Dec. 9
    Leadership of 32 Zionist and non- arrived in Israel last week to ded
    Zonist Jewish organizations pledg-
    ed their support of the forthcoming
    Jewish National Fund "Me Ami"
    dedication banquet to be held on
    Dec. 9 at the Fontainebleau hotel.
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. presi-
    dent of the JNF Southeast region,
    said Wednesday that the lund-rais
    ing affair will implement the estab-
    lishment Dt "Me Ami." in whose
    groundbreaking ceremonies a
    group of Greater Miami leaders
    ol
    Plans Unveiled
    For Remodeling
    Plans for tin remodelng
    Temple Menorah were unveiled at
    last week's .Bar Mitzvah banquet
    oi the Temple by Maurice Revitz,
    president.
    Designed by architect Morris
    Lapidus, the plans call for the com-
    plete reconstruction of the from ol
    the Temple. BS well BS the
    sion of its interior.
    With a goal of $200,000, which
    would insure refurbishing of the
    classrooms, as well as the chapel
    and main sanctuary. Menorah
    membership pledged over S150.000
    at the dinner.
    Louis Reinstein. chairman of the
    banquet committee. introduced
    Leonard Rosen. Temple vice pres-
    ident, who served as toastmaster
    for the evening. Rosen is also co-
    chairman of the building commit-
    tee.
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiri-
    tual leader of the Temple, pre
    sented a cantata chanted by Cantor
    Edward Klein and Jonathan Tan-
    nen. entitled "Today I am a Man."'
    Sharing the program were co-
    chairman Sol Frar.kel. treasurer.
    Louis DeCoveny and co-chairman
    Michael Bronstein
    Rabbi Podet Will
    Discuss Hosea
    On Wednesday evening. 8:15
    p.m.. Rabbi Mordecai Podet w/1
    lecture on "The Assurance of
    Hosea" at Temple Judea.
    This is the third in a series on
    Judaism dealing with the "Three
    Spiritual Revolutionaries "
    Discussion will follow each lec-
    ture.
    Review Hechf Book
    Luncheon meeting and book re-
    view was held by the Utilise
    Wise chapter of American Jewish
    Congress on Thursday at the Lom-
    bardy hotel. Rabbi Samuel April
    reviewed "Perfidy," by Ben Hecht.
    icate on Monday. No\
    "Me Ami," situated in lower
    Galilee on the Jordanian border,
    is considered of such vital im-
    portance to the security of the
    State of Israel, that the Jewish Na-
    tional Fund of Greater Miami un-
    dertook this project at the request
    ol the Israel Government," Rabbi
    Abramowitz declared
    Leon J Ell, president of the
    Jewish National Fund Council oi
    Gri ater Miami, and Dr Irving
    Lehrman, local chairman of the
    Foundation for Jewish National
    Fund, who are currently with the
    dedication pilgrimage in Israel,
    have sent "glowing reports of the
    honors and receptions being given
    to the members of the pilgrim
    age
    A dinner committee is now mak
    ing plans lor the Dec 9 dedication
    banquet. "Last year, more than
    !50 people were turned away be-
    expan-' Cause their reservations were ma le
    too late," according to Rabbi
    Abramowitz. "For this reason, the
    dinner committee is making an all-
    out effort this year to secure reser-
    vations early in order to accommo-
    date everyone who will want to
    participate."
    The committee includes Rabbi
    Abramowitz. Joseph Alter. Ben-
    jamin Appel. Mrs. William Beck-
    with, Zvi Berger, Judge Jason
    Berkman. Johan L Berman. Mrs
    Eva Blum, Mrs. Nathan Bookspan,
    William Bornstein. Albert Broad,
    lleubin Burnstein. Mrs. Jacob Dav-
    is. Isadore Dickman. Isaac Donen.
    Hyman Eisenbaum. Leon J Ell.
    Harry Feldman, Ezra Finegold.
    Jacob Fishman. Abraham Fraidlin,
    Mayshie Friedherg. Mrs. Robert
    Garber. Miss Lillian Goodman, Dr.
    J. A. Greenhouse. Abraham Gross-
    man.
    Abraham Grunhut. Max Hecht.
    Peter Heller. Samuel Kagan. Ber-
    nard Katz. Sol Kcnholtz. Zev \V
    , Kogan. Sam Kopkind. Mrs. Joseph
    Krantz, Paul Kwitney. Dr. Irving
    i Lehrman, Mrs. Pauline Levick,
    Mrs. Abraham Mason, Mr. and lira
    Gersbon Miller. Reubin Miller.
    Mrs. Joseph Milton. Morris Minov.
    Mrs. Greta Pollock. Mrs. Miriam
    < Press. Isidor Ruffkin. Harry Ros-
    , en. Julius Rosenstein. Barrett M.
    Rothenberg. Louis Rudnick. Mrs
    ' Frieda Sack. Dr. J. A. Safra. Sam
    Schachno. Irving Schatzman. Loui-
    Schwartzman. Mrs. Morns Seeman.
    Samuel Seltzer.
    Mr. and Mrs. Simon Shabsis, Ai
    Sherman. Mrs. Wolfe Sklair, Mey-
    t r Siegel. Ben Silver. Bernard Sil-
    ver, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stad-
    lan, Mrs Alfred Stone, Herman
    Weintraub. and Dr. Baer Zucker-
    braun.
    andoah Junior High, and a student
    council member.
    Grandparents of the celebrant
    are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell
    and Mrs. Mollie Krug.
    Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening
    and the Kiddush on Saturday will
    be hosted by the Bar Mitzvah's
    parents. Mr. Pomerantz is vice
    president of the the Center
    David Le Vine
    Saturday morning services, Nov.
    10. at Congregation Beth Jacob
    will include the Bar Mitzvah of
    David Le Vine, with Rabbi Tibor
    11. Stern officiating
    The celebrant is the-son ot Mr
    and Mrs Max Le Vine. 3676 SW
    2nd st.. and the grandson of Mr.
    and Mrs Harvey Tendler
    Mr. Tendler is recording seere
    tary ol Beth Jacob Congregation
    The Bar Mitzvah is an A Student
    in his junior year at Kinloch Jun-
    ior High. He has won the art con-
    test for two consecutive years, and
    was chosen to make the cover for
    the school paper He is interested
    Jonathan Tanrten
    Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan Tan-
    nen will be observed on Saturday
    morning. Nov. 10. at Temple Menor-
    ah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
    witz officiating.
    Jonathan is a graduate of the
    Temple's religion- school, and has
    served as cantor of the junior con-
    gregation for several years, lie
    low attends Nautilus Junior High
    Mr and Mrs Melvin A. Tannen.
    618 B6th St., will host a dinner re-
    ci ption in their son's honor on
    Sunday evening in the Temple's
    -oeial hall.
    *
    Leonard Toonkel
    Leonard, son of Mr ami Mrs
    Solomon C. Toonkel. will be Bar
    Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
    Nov in. luring services conducted
    by Rabbi Max A Lipschitz at Beth
    Torah Congregation
    The celebrant is a junior at
    North Miami Beach Junior Huh.
    and has been a student at Beth
    Torah Congregation for live years,
    For the past year. In has served
    as secretary ot the youth oni;r(.
    cation, and he has also been cap-
    tain of the school safety patrol.
    A reception in honor of he Bar
    Mitzvah will be held Saturday
    evening at the Diplomat Country
    Club.
    Maurice Rosemweig
    Bar Mitzvah of Maurice, son of
    Mrs. Marie Roscnzweig. will he ob-
    served during services Saturday
    morning. Nov. 10. at Congregation
    Yehudah Moshe. with Rabbi Mor-
    ton Shalowitz officiating
    Maurice has altended P piel re-
    ligious school for the past fivt
    years.
    His mother will honor him al z
    Kiddush luncheon in Por 1 Hall
    following the ceremony

    Enrique Koiolchyk
    Enrique Kozoichvk will
    Bar Mitzvah on Saturda> m
    Nov. 10. a; AL.ii Mi I-; ai
    Institute, with Rabbi Isaac Ever
    officiating
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    iilus Junior High the
    received his religious "
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    ew Students Will
    e Consecrated
    OL
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    uaries
    Hen .-indents will be consecrat-
    on Saturday morning during
    rW,.- at Temple Ner
    bbi Eugene Libovitz will offer
    blessings an i ^ach child will
    eiv, ... Torah and participate in
    service.
    Students to be consecrated are
    i Axelrod, Liza Breslow. Brad-
    7:t. of
    r I i
    JOSEPH ST. ONGE
    - iwinigan, Ca ida, ii*--i on
    Not \ well-known elvli
    Tamid. "!"*"'r thera, Mr. Bt. Onge was mayor
    .. oiiftHimgoii for eight years. Bur-
    irvom Include
    wai >l i I en y)
    Funeral Home
    !<' \\ .O f ii|1
    Shan Inlgan
    ;t daughter, Mrs, Ed-
    Newman, of Newman
    Miami Beach Berv-
    Monday, Nov. '.. In
    OAVIO HONOROFF
    SO, of mi Wth at.. Miami Beach, died
    ivt. 16. He oame best -" yean ago
    from L'nlon Town, Pa. A manufactur-
    i
    MRS. JENNIE OFFENBACH
    of 68X1 Hauling ave., diel Oot -'" She
    .in here 10 years ago from Cleve-
    ;iii-., >. She was h member of T.-rrT:
    pie Israel. Hadasaah and American
    lewlsh Congress. Surviving are
    gon, Milton; a daughter, Mrs. Helen
    Greenherg; three sisters, Mrs. Ada
    Wise. Miss Bessie Lovitl and Mrs.
    Violet Arter; b brother, Robert i-e-
    vltr.. and three grandchildren. Pterv-
    Ice* Were Oct. It In Riverside Memor-
    ial Chapel, Normandy iale.
    v Danches, Diar.ne Duke. Maurice
    nhiuni Martin Freeman, Gene Ing chemist, h.- kbi the owner ol the
    Idsteir. Glen, Goodman. Randy ^.^'^^'^^""carrle-"''^
    Sandra Muppcrt. Susan daughter, Mi
    jhin, Gail Kaufman. Michele !,[';.',;;, "
    raSner Beth Kushner, William ,-.i
    utun. Barbara Libovitz, Joel Man-
    Philip Oguwky, Jay Oginsky,
    Pearlman, Perry I'.othenbaum.
    toward Simson, Betsy Smith. Stev-
    . l.
    Mabel
    .1 sister
    Memorial
    wallei thr.
    Services were
    Chanel, Alton
    j
    JEROME KRAMER
    I N 21th ive., (h.-.I Oct. 17.
    Hi i .r:i.- here 11 tear* ago from
    Brook yn, >i v\.i> .1 furultuie sales
    man Surviving are his wife, Row;
    ,, smitl Joel rrautenberg. Mich, i,,- larents, Mr. and Mrs. Josi
    .-.. land, David Zalkind. ^u;'" -': i-awrenee. .mi
    "'' In ighter, Mi rrud) Se.-vli-es av.<
    \ ert, Gladys Bloch. Linda Oct. li in Beyer Funeral II. in,
    Btoch, Leslie Eisenberg. Alan Bis- JAMES HERzrELD
    man, Jacqueline Garden. Brian .-,. ,. ...-.., sw wth .- diet ik-i *i
    .', b, Karene Goldstein. He he......ven yearn ugu from
    . ,. ,, i :l_,.:,_ Bradford, Pa md owned the James
    Michael Krasner, Paul LlDovitz. Hera'leld Bai and Restauram Supply
    Main-. :.:.'' PrichaSOtl, ''' Miami He is survived In his
    wKe, Fli rem Sen ees were In New
    York wit
    DR. ABRAHAM J. SHEKTER
    of 3966 Rockerman rd.. died i't.
    He came h> r.- l". yaara ago was a retired physician. A graduate
    ..r N. York College of Medicine and
    the I'nlveralty Inventor of surgical Inatrumenta. He
    ivaii on the American board f the
    otolaryngolofflstB, and an honoran
    surgeon for the New fork Police De-
    partment. Surviving are his wife,
    Adela; two won- and u iilatei Services
    ,\ ,. in Gordon i jnei al I lomi
    died
    I, MRS. ANNA KATZ
    '......f 1407 Pol re de Leon blvil.,
    * i. i 20 she eame here l:> year* ago
    front Baltimore She was a memner
    a Beth Kodesh Synagogue and the
    ilolden Age Club. Surviving an three
    l .-. ns. .i daughter, Mis. Ruth Haldow;
    m two sisters, elghi grand children and
    .... li Kreat-giandehlldren, Services i
    i i, i 2d in i ; rdon Funeral Home.
    B innu
    Frank Wolland 'ynthia Baskin.
    Alison net! I ;rt Cohen. Pa-
    Margaret Ann Kersey.
    Barry Axelrod.
    I in Eisenberg, die "
    ago fnmi
    lo
    Ion I-'', ne
    a I
    il
    i; rnngemenls b)
    : I
    ixeli
    Gorden
    Sti v Lj neh
    : hler.
    Deanne Ifshin.
    I, tj Nexer, An-
    : Weisbard,
    1 ckerm i
    HARRY BLACKMAN
    J '. ean dr Miami I leach,
    19 He i aim hen Hi "am
    New York Citj Sui
    Inc'-ide In- wife, iSoldle; three hoi.x;
    four da uhters including Mr* Sylvia
    i lagi i nd _'" U' a ini. In I .-li
    S. r\ lei ..... :: In Rlvi
    Memcr a Ch ipel, v i >i r.l.
    Zionists Hear Rabbi Gross
    Herman Frank. Alex T. Eif
    Ovei 200 : rsoni attended the
    el ig of the Bran-
    dt /; mist District of Miami Beach
    lasi week tii hear Rabbi
    Jos-
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 62C 11231
    I I K1SI.AK Ml IRTOAOK
    i 'ORI'l IRATH IX i >K I'l-1 >RIIA,
    Plaintiff,
    HUBERT T KINliSBi'RY III.
    ., -ihl:!. man,
    I lefendant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO Ri IBERT T KINtlSlil'RY III.
    KKSIOKNCK I 'NKNOWN. and
    the unknown apouee of said defen-
    dant, "' married ami .. i i v.- and II
    dead, the unknown loirs, devle
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 62C 11803
    SC8ANNE yl'INN,
    I'laintilif.
    AUOUBTA HAY QUINN,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO AUGUSTA KAY QUINN
    13246 Terra Bella
    PaColma, California
    You. AlliCM.V BAY QUINN. are
    herebj notified ihat a lllll of Com-
    plaint for Dlvoroe has been filed
    laaalnst you, and you are raqulrod to
    serve a COP) of your Allsw.-i or I'lrnil-
    ing to the BUI of Complaint on the
    Plaintiff'* attorney. Herbert it. wti-
    ensky, '!17 Blaoayne Bids., Miami S2,
    Florida ami ni>- the original Answer
    or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit 'ourt on or before the
    10th da> of December, IMS. If
    fail to do so. judemeni iy
    will be taken against you for the re-
    lief demanded in th. Bill of Com-
    plaint.
    i in- notice shHll be published once
    each week t In THE JEWISH I LoRIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
    Florida, i In- 1st da) of November,
    A 11 1962.
    i: B, i.i:\tiikkman. Clerk,
    Cln nit Court, Dude County, Florida
    is. ah By: I' P. C< iPELAND,
    i >eputy I'ierk
    HERBERT B W1LEN8KY
    Attorney i"i I'ialntlfl
    hit H-27.11
    11 -1 ; :
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring lo engagi a
    business under the flctltiouB name '
    Mac-Webb Mona Shop and Golden
    Gate Shop at H'i..... olllns Avenue in
    Dade County, Florida in'-",|l!ln'e*;
    liter the said name with the I lerk it
    the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    "Sated at Miami Beach, Florida, thin
    a das of I Ictober, 1942.
    " IRVING WEBERMAN
    LILLIAN WEBERMAN
    KOVNER \ MANNHEIMER
    Attorneys for Applicants
    10 26, U/I-9-16
    >"" mi, ml
    default ,-|,:K
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to enj
    business under the fictitious'name at
    HEAL'MONT APARTMENTS at lo
    Blarrlti Urn.-, Miami Beach, H i Ul
    t< register said name with the
    ,t the i rcull Court if Dade
    Count), Florida.
    MICHAEL '' 'VIS
    Mll.l 'RED i'1 "VIN
    ARONOV1TZ, SILVER & > HER
    Attorneys f"r Applicants
    607 Alnslej Building
    Miami J2, Floi Ida
    10 19-26, 11/8-9
    assignees, lienors, credltirs.
    r oilier claimant* lalmlng
    eph Kahn, Sender Kaplan. Michael Krant
    Schneider. Joseph Rosenblum, Har- [|;"s\hrV.*ugh. "under or againsi m i.t
    ry JawitZ, J. L Kram, Abraham [n, above named defendant* who are
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    i, |n, .- uiclei the fictitious names ol
    Tavstee Baker) and Savern's Taystei
    Baiter) at M50 Washington Avenue,
    Miami Beach Intend* lo reglsti : said
    I,;,,,,,., with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County. Florida
    SAVERN BAKERY I'OMl'AM
    KOVNER and MANNHEIMER
    attorney* for Savern Bakery Company
    THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
    No. 573938
    IN RE Estate "f
    l.i HIS LYONS
    IN
    mder S. Gross, principal of Menzin. Max Kolker. Paul Kress, '';';;; ;|r,. ,...,., ,
    i'.- Hebrew Academy, who has just
    i irom a three-month study
    I I-rael
    Rabbi Gross discussed with the
    rj sti -'. the important work that
    t. Zionist organization is doing
    .! and suggested -onie ad-
    projects tor their program
    coming year.
    in
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES -*it
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious nan '
    Peacock Lumber and supply <
    nan> Peacock Lumber and Bu.pi
    !-,, at 3 H5 '- 18 Roa : Ml .'i I,
    Florida Intends to register, said na
    with th.- Clerk of the Cln lit i "re
    of 1 wde County, i'l Ida
    I'EACi n'K LUMBER COMPANY
    (a ria "orp i
    SIMON. HAYS a- GRl'NDWBRa
    Attorneys for Apidh ..n:
    : Alnsley Building ^ ,_ ... p ., ,
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI- OP
    " FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 62C 10567
    THE WIL-LIAMSBUROH
    s VVINOS HANK.
    Plaintiff.
    FINLEY JONES, Trustee n .......
    Bankruptcy, WILLIAM E nRIFFTN
    and AHl'KI.I-A GRlFI-p. his wife.
    DWAYNEL. NYKAMPand MAR1
    E NYKAMP his wife. VICTOR
    COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    HaroldShapfrO. pr-sident of the < ^D-
    Al.aim Beach EtOfilSt District, a
    IN
    irmer Mayor of Miami Beach, was
    Installing officer Program also
    matured a report b> Sender Kap
    , former Zi n leader of Hav-
    Una
    i Flnegol 1 >a- installed as
    pre-ident of the listrict. Other of
    1. ers installed were Isaac Donen.
    Dr ili rman Ausubel, Morris Min-
    o\ Max Raskin ind Bernard Katz, 11
    i esident; Meyer Siegel, finan- ^V,'
    c: .1 secretary; Richard Bergman, and Harrj C. Caplan,
    seer ary.
    . i lected it imbers of the
    :, isi I e Rifkin, Morris
    v. Dr Ben Zuckerbraun,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
    No. S7582-B
    RE Ehl it.- of
    M VRY A tH'NN
    l>.. .-.,.-,,1
    To All Ciedltors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Calm* u Demands Vgalnsl Bald
    Esl He ,
    >,, i. in i ich ( ) iu, are hi i bj
    nd reiiulred to i resent an
    - md demands which you, "i
    either >f ) iu, ma) have against ihe
    estat< ol MAlii a QCNN !...-------1
    : i DADE i "ount). Florida, to the
    i -..khH Judges "f I '-ol--
    unty. and file the same In th
    in the Count) Courthous
    serve a copy there
    aitorney MARTIN
    Bade Federal Bldg
    lila not Inter than
    LEGAL NOTICE
    N Tut CIRCU'T CO'-RT OF THE
    E.SVLSTH JUO::*L CIRCUIT OF
    FLORID*. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 620 MS't
    IAMSKITR
    INK
    ,1 i. .1-1 v % a i EDITH It
    i \ m- Kite FOHS GIBSON
    , ,!::-( ,\ If married.
    HOE J '.I! !YZ VNIAK and
    K1;ZYZAN1AK hi- wife, if mar-
    S FAYA r ai i It'ANA

    unti
    NOTICE OP SUIT
    UN C GIBSON ind
    -' iN h v if>- f mai ri'-.l.
    : I -ii'l.Ni-i-: L'NKNi iWN, and
    iltUE .i KRZYZANIAK and
    KKZYKANIAK hl wife, If
    I, Rt -ilDENCE UNKNOWN
    hi.I n I,- id, -he jnknonn
    isslgnees,
    .,ii- or other
    through an
    il the above
    '-:-. leceased.
    i notified that the
    iptiom mi- I'.-.-n In-
    - In the Circuit
    Judicial ''ir-
    l i lorida H. ..I > Dade Coun-
    i...... -. uiion ihe
    il, .. H,,. i pmpert)
    Bli ,. 10 'LER R1DOE,
    li IN FIVE, a< dim: to the
    tl..... i irfled in Plal Book
    il Pag. 66 Public Rec-
    i'.. Fiorl la, t-
    itl Ven nds, Wel-
    6 | 'nil No. B00
    - file ) our an -
    npl ilnt till the
    ..... .' i i'.....i ind
    ' plaintiff -
    MAR NE, llili 1
    .....lid | Mian It, Flor-
    ' i. i il. ii 11,. 10, 1962
    Pro | .--.. ill be en-
    II-' Mill
    '1 16!
    I iA T HERMAN
    if the en lit C -hi t
    B> I. MAN
    UN FINE
    : ..
    i.i
    U .1-1.; :
    in
    ! m Ida, w ithln si\ i-ai-
    . ndar m mi hs from the date < I hi
    - .,i -atlon hereof staid i laimi
    ,,r i-ni nds to contain th* leg
    I,. if the claimant and t" be sworn
    t,, ,n i in nenti i as iforesaid,
    lame s ill ;"- l>an ed
    Dated Novembei A.D. RM>!.
    \\ \\ INSTi >N OI'NN, Sit
    a Exeoutor n the I asl Will am'
    Tesl i melll
    A
    INN
    del
    nl.-r
    I .,;_'
    : MARY
    eased
    rlral iblical Ion mi Nover
    M VR\ IN l W IENUH
    Attorne) f ir Kxei utor
    \ ... \ I lldg Miami '-'. Fill
    11/9-16
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIOA iN PROBATE
    Na. 57568 C
    \ : Es| iti il
    HELEN I I'KACSY
    \ inLANDEOHEM
    11 ,-.!
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All C,-edltors and All Persons llav-
    ,. ,; umi- Demands Againsi Said
    r late
    S.,,, .. hereb) not fli -l and re-
    quli ed to pi ni an) claims and de-
    mands which you ma) have againsi
    the estate -! Helen Lukacs) Van-
    Lniideghein -I......ased late "f Dade
    Count) Florida, to the Count) Judges
    o( i., i,. i '..uni). and file thi same In
    their ifflces In the Count) C.....i-
    h .... -i lade Count) Florida, within
    -iv end ir months from Ih
    .,: -i rirsl publication hereof,
    . srtII b I ? 111 i
    Gl'STAVE IMBII
    \ \.\ LANDEOHEM
    \ imlnlstrator
    AINS'LEE K I 'ERDIE, Mtome)
    17SS Weal Fl igler Street
    Miami ;'. Florl i
    11 9-I6-SS-30
    f upon plaintiff'
    PINE, Mih Floor
    . Miami ::.'. Flor-
    11.. embei l". I'-oi-
    _ Decree Pi.....onfesso will be en-
    tered aginiist you
    DATED: November T. 1962.
    E. B. id-; VIM HUMAN
    Clerk of the ''iicult '.....i
    (seal) By: K. M i.ym IN
    Deput) Clerk
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorne) for Plaintiff
    i in. i- looi Dade I-.....-ral Bldg
    Miami S3, I- lorida
    II -.-!.;-_- :-::
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. .N PROBATE.
    No. 542MB
    i N l;i: Estate of
    RBG1NA BREITBART
    Deceased
    notice of intention to make
    application for Distribution
    and final discharge
    NOTICE is hereb) given that we
    have filed Final Report and Peti-
    tion |oi Distribution and Hnal Dis-
    charge as I-..- A.liiiini-lial'-l- the'
    estate ol RBOIN \ BREITBART. de-
    t-eased and thai on ihe Ird da) ol
    December, 1962. will appl) t Honorable Count) Judges "i Dadi
    County, Florida, for approval ol said
    i inal Report and for olsti Ibutlon and
    final discharge .- Co-Admlnlstrnti-rs
    ,.r the estate of the above-named
    ... ... in This :'i;ih da) of i tobi i.
    1962.
    P ROBERT BREITBART
    BERNARD B BREITBART
    I El (OAR LEWIS, Mi" m '
    ".mi I lagler Fedei al Building
    1 Miami '-'-'. Floi Ida
    11 2-9-16-23
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    notice is hereby given ihai
    the undersigned, desiring engage In
    business under thi fictitious names ..i
    1 i.a I- ii i-i Hotel. I.a Flora Ipartmi m-
    ' in,i i.a Flora Motel al
    tvenue. Miami
    PAUL KWll'NKY. Eaecutor
    PA I'L KWITNEY, Attorney
    120 Lincoln Road
    m Bml Beach, Florida ^ ,,_|rf..,..
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No 62C 11623
    ODEL1A T BAKER,
    Plaintiff.
    LEU JOSEPH BAKER,
    I tefendanl
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Ti LBi i JOSEPH BAKER
    .- ,. Mrs John S) 1^ la
    Ifl Poplar Street
    Xewport, Rhoile Island
    , ,.,:,. JOSEPH BAKER.
    herein notified that a l-di ol
    i.laini for Divi.ii. has been
    ,, ,,,,-! vou and you are required i"
    '-, rve a i"i" "' your Answer oi
    ri.-a.iin. ... the BUI "i Complaint on
    ,he Plaintiff's attorney, STOI.AR and
    Ml-CHNICK. 22- 71sl Street, Mil ml
    Reai ii tl, Florida and flu tn
    Inal \n-w. or Pli ading m tin
    ,,: (he Clerk of ih. .11. "ii > ourt on
    , hefore in- Srd da) l'.-;o.i..
    II ii fall to so, judgment
    1, default will lie taken ataim-l >mi
    III. r< lief .1- iii.iii.I.-I in ih. Dili Of
    Com-
    filed
    irlg-
    offlc.
    ees. Ilenors. credlto.
    or other claimants claiming
    through, under or against my ol
    the above named defendants who
    in. deceasi i
    Y..u are hereb) notified that th-
    ai...v.- oaptioned action has hi--n In-
    stituted against vou In the < ragult
    Court of the ELEVENTH J -, 11.;: U
    Circuit of Florida In and for DADH
    Count) to foreclose a -nortgagi upon
    the following described rea property.
    Lot 13. Block 57 FIRST ADDITION
    TO CAROL CITY, according to th.*
    Plat there.,f. recorded m Plat B i <
    gO ii r.i--- 19 of ih.- Public Records
    of Dade County, Florida
    You an- required i-. file your an-
    swer to plaintiff's complaint with ti-.
    Clerk of the aforesaid Court, anil
    serve copy thereof upon plalntltrg
    attorney, M VRT1N FINE. Uth Fl >r
    Dade Federal Bldg., Miami it, Florida
    n.n later than November 19, 1962 or i
    Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
    against )..u
    I lated i '. tober i". 1962
    K. li LEATHERMAN
    Clerk .-f the Circuit Court
    ,-,,,1! B) C P COPELAND
    Deput) Clerk
    M VRTIN FINK
    Vttorm v I'"" Plalntlfl
    Mih l-l..... i 'a.i. l'. deral Bldg
    Miami J2. Florida M ,,,
    10-19
    .. --
    f
    i -..mplaiiit
    This notli shall be published
    each week for four ',',"."'.'
    In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE KND ORDERED ii Miami-
    Florida, this 29th da) of October,
    F. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court, l >ad< Count) Florida
    ,a|) B) P. COPELAND,
    hi put)' < "lerk
    11 2-9-16-23
    , -.
    date
    Ih.
    Beach, I lo Intend
    li.i-i tt Hll l III Clerk
    .uni ..i Dade i ..mil > ,
    to reglstei said
    ,.f the Circuit -
    Florida
    I. \ I'l.i IR \ II' (TEL 'RP,
    I A Florida Corp I
    Edward s. hwai i.- Srliw all/., i.w 11. is
    HENRY a KAMI'
    \r,, ii. v for I.a I l.o.i Hotel
    II/9-16-23-3"

    CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
    No. 62C 11975
    \. IRMA C SK \l.."lll'Ni:S.
    i" ilntlff,
    JAMES SKAU'HCNES,
    llefel .1 llll
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    V,i| JAMES C SKAI.i'Hl'NI-;.-.
    ., lackson Height* N ^
    :,,-.. ,,... ed to erve a cop) id your
    .. ; i,...,,,.- Complain) Hied
    against v.. i in Plalntlfl attorne)
    NU'Hl (LAS, 612 N W
    \v. M ,-- Ha., ind file original
    with rk thi Court
    fore 18th i i) "I '"'
    tint ill i
    ! rao nov s, iMi .....
    I LEATHERMAN. Cli rk
    ,..,!- B) P COPBl#AND
    ,ut) Cl -rk
    il ...!..:-. % i
    .n ..I h.
    i..-' 1962.
    confessed
    NOTICE OF
    WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    lo vlrti.....f Chapter 67* of Florida
    Statutes Annotated 11941 I, W an
    housemen and Warehouse Receipts.
    , ACE-R.B V \N LINES, INC..
    a Florida corporation, l>) virtue ol Its
    wan house Hen, h is In Its possi "Ion
    th, following .1. ni" propel
    Household tl.....i- Vs ih- prop, rt)
    ,,i Ml D Bernard, 234" N 1-.
    Street, No Miami !' ai h,
    ih H ..ii the 1 tli da>
    ihn inu the legal ho
    between 11:00 foren
    the afl
    nue, Miami.
    sh.,11 ..ii. i 1..1 -.li- i" the highest bid-
    del for cash In hand ihi ahovi rti
    scribed property "f Mr D. Bi n ird
    ^;;i(, N E. I'.i-n.l Si...... N Miami
    Dated al Miami. Florida, this 5th
    .1 11 ,.! NoVelnli. I 1962
    .,,,: VAN ...N,,S. UH\
    Il.
    ril.. il propel i)
    \- ihe :."..
    i
    Hll"'
    ah '
    nd "" in
    S W I til Ave-
    I Ol i ., thi on.I
    NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 62C 11426
    JACK W.......
    Plaintiff,
    \ s
    i-i iNNIE Wi il I,
    Defi nlanl
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Til Cl (NNIE (V....... 319 Plm Street
    .-.i pen Ba). \v Isi ..n- n
    Y,,n .. ) notified that a BUI
    of complaint foi Divorce has been
    filed againsi you, ami you n
    quired i" .-iv. a cop) youi Answer
    ur Pleading i" thi BUI of I'omplainl
    .,,, the plaintiff's attorney, MBLV1N
    I Mii;, ,| f, I'.ti Bon 12k N M ml
    ii...,. ,, K3, Florida: and fill the .'lU---
    I Answ. i ... Pli ading In thi
    Circuit Court on
    la) ol Novi
    . -
    i.ii,- against s""
    Ih. Pill
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 62C 11026
    I I KISLAK MORTG \.;i:
    CORPORATION (F FLORIDA,
    Plaintiff,
    JACK McMONAOLE and MRS JACK
    M, Mi in v;i I". his Ife, and
    JAMES REYNOLDS,
    p, fi ndanta
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    Ti .1 \ MI'S REYN! HI'S.
    RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN, and
    the unknown spouse of -aid 1J-
    i. ii.l.i nt. If man led and alrre I
    if said defendant Is dead
    unknown heirs, devisees, gra -
    tees asBlgnees, Honors, crBdftors,
    trusti es or other claimants
    ing by, through, under or against
    inn ..f the above named Uefi i
    dants win. are deceased
    You are hereb) notified that
    its \. capiloned action has been
    stltuted againsi you in
    Court of the Eleventh
    cult of Florida In and f
    Iv t,. fol.-.l
    follow Ing
    1 :
    .' |.
    Inal
    .,! ih. Clerk ol thi
    ,.i l.efon ih. :''i'li
    li i ..n i i
    b; .1. fault llll lie
    r,,i .,. relli I denial
    of 'omplalnt.
    This notice shall In- published once
    . .,, I, w. I, fin foul l Weeks
    In I'lli: .!' \\ ISH I-I-' "RIDI \N
    IMINE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    this 23rd da i > lober.
    A.D li
    i; i: LE VTHERM \N, Clerk
    ill I -..in i. I "ade i"..mii). l-loi Ida
    i-. ai, B) C. I*. Cl il'EL \ N I'
    I li put) t'U-i k
    MELVIN I MCROKF
    I'll. Box 4L'S
    N Miami Reach 62 Fla.
    Mi..in. v for Plaintiff
    in 26, II 2-9-16
    thu
    In-
    the Circuit
    Judlotat Cir-
    M ii.. Coun-
    nrtBaee upon t'.ia
    described real propert)
    in Block S4, of IVi:s ES-
    TATES sKi'TH'N FOUR, according;
    to ih. Plat thereof, a- re< irded in
    Plat Book 60, al Page 79 of the
    Public Records ..f Dade County,
    Florida
    y,,,i an required file your an-
    swer i" plaintiffs complaint with the
    ,,i ii,.- ifon -ni i "oui'.
    ., ..;. thereof upon pi ilnl
    attorni v. MARTIN I INE, Mih Flo
    . rai Bldg Miami 32, Fl irlda
    not lati r than No>
    i pecrei pro Conl esso will
    i, i. .1 ai
    l lati .1 ii tobi r I 1962
    E P. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk ..f the i .rt
    .,,,,:, Rj K M LYMAN

    M \Kil\ FINE
    Attorne) fw Plaintiff
    Mih Fl.ior I hbf.
    Miami It, Fl .
    i-ae, u/2-i


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    day> November 9, 1962 knrUtnmrlctiain Page 15-B ew Students Will e Consecrated OL LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE uaries Hen .-indents will be consecraton Saturday morning during rW,.at Temple Ner bbi Eugene Libovitz will offer blessings an i ^ach child will e iv, ... Torah and participate in service. Students to be consecrated are i Axelrod, Liza Breslow. Brad7:t. of %  r I i JOSEPH ST. ONGE iwinigan, Ca ida, %  ii*--i on Not \ well-known elvli Tamid. •" "*"' r thera, Mr. Bt. Onge was mayor .. oiiftHimgoii for eight years. Burirvom Include wai >l i I en y) Funeral Home !<'• \\ .O f II|1 Shan Inlgan ;t daughter, Mrs, EdNewman, of Newman Miami Beach BervMonday, Nov. '.. In OAVIO HONOROFF SO, of MI Wth at.. Miami Beach, died ivt. 16. He oame best %  "• yean ago from L'nlon Town, Pa. A manufacturi MRS. JENNIE OFFENBACH of 68X1 Hauling ave., diel Oot -'" She %  in here 10 years ago from Cleve;iii-., >. She was H member of T.-rrT: pie Israel. Hadasaah and American lewlsh Congress. Surviving are %  gon, Milton; a daughter, Mrs. Helen Greenherg; three sisters, Mrs. Ada Wise. Miss Bessie Lovitl and Mrs. Violet Arter; B brother, Robert i-evltr.. and three grandchildren. PtervIce* Were Oct. It In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy iale. v Danches, Diar.ne Duke. Maurice nhiuni Martin Freeman, Gene Ing chemist, h.KBI the owner ol the Idsteir. Glen, Goodman. Randy ^.^'^^'^^""carrle-"''^ Sandra Muppcrt. Susan daughter, Mi jhin, Gail Kaufman. Michele !,[•';.',•;;, %  ••" raS ner Beth Kushner, William ,-.i u t u n. Barbara Libovitz, Joel ManPhilip Oguwky, Jay Oginsky, Pearlman, Perry I'.othenbaum. toward Simson, Betsy Smith. Stev. l. Mabel .1 sister Memorial wallei thr. Services were Chanel, Alton j JEROME KRAMER • I •' N 21th ive., (h.-.I Oct. 17. Hi I r :i.here 11 tear* ago from Brook yn, >i v\.i> .1 furultuie sales man Surviving are his wife, Row; ,, smitl Joel rrautenberg. Mich, i,,larents, Mr. and Mrs. Josi .-.. land, David Zalkind. ^ u ;'" %  ': %  i-awrenee. .mi • "'' In ighter, Mi rrud) Se.-vli-es av.< \ ert, Gladys Bloch. Linda Oct. li in Beyer Funeral II. in, Btoch Leslie Eisenberg. Alan BisJAMES HERzrELD %  man, Jacqueline Garden. Brian .-,„. ,.•• ...-.•., sw wth .-• diet IK-I *I .', B, Karene Goldstein. He • %  %  he ven yearn ugu from ,. „,„, i :L_,.:,_ Bradford, Pa md owned the James Michael Krasner, Paul LlDovitz. Hera'leld Bai and Restauram Supply Main-. : : .'' PrichaSOtl, '''• •" Miami He is survived In his wKe, Fli rem %  •• Sen ees were In New York wit DR. ABRAHAM J. SHEKTER of 3966 Rockerman rd.. died i't. He came h> r.l". yaara ago year* ago front Baltimore She was a memner a Beth Kodesh Synagogue and the ilolden Age Club. Surviving an three l .-. ns. .i daughter, Mis. Ruth Haldow; M two sisters, elghi grand children and .... li Kreat-giandehlldren, Services • i i i, i 2d in i ; %  rdon Funeral Home. B innu Frank Wolland 'ynthia Baskin. Alison net! I ;rt Cohen. PaMargaret Ann Kersey. Barry Axelrod. I in Eisenberg, die ago fnmi lo Ion I-'', ne a I il i; rnngemenls b) : I ixeli Gorden Sti v Lj neh : hler. Deanne Ifshin. I, TJ Nexer, An•: Weisbard, 1 ckerm i HARRY BLACKMAN J • • •'. ean dr Miami I leach, 19 He i aim hen Hi "am New York Citj Sui Inc'-ide Inwife, iSoldle; three HOI.X; four da uhters including Mr* Sylvia i lagi %  %  %  i nd _'" U' a ini. In I .-li S. r\ lei • % %  %  %  :: In Rlvi Memcr a Ch ipel, v i >i r.l. Zionists Hear Rabbi Gross Herman Frank. Alex T. Eif Ovei 200 : rsoni attended the %  el ig of the Brandt • /; mist District of Miami Beach lasi week tii hear Rabbi JosLEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11231 I I K1SI.AK Ml IRTOAOK i 'ORI'l IRATH IX i >K I'l1 >RIIA, Plaintiff, HUBERT T KINliSBi'RY III. ., -IHL:!. man, I lefendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO Ri IBERT T KINtlSlil'RY III. KKSIOKNCK I 'NKNOWN. and the unknown apouee of said defendant, "' married ami .. i i v.and II dead, the unknown loirs, devle NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11803 SC8ANNE yl'INN, I'laintilif. AUOUBTA HAY QUINN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO AUGUSTA KAY QUINN 13246 Terra Bella PaColma, California You. AlliCM.V BAY QUINN. are herebj notified ihat a lllll of Complaint for Dlvoroe has been filed laaalnst you, and you are raqulrod to serve a COP) of your Allsw.-i or I'lrniling to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff'* attorney. Herbert it. wtiensky, '!17 Blaoayne Bids., Miami S2, Florida ami ni>the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt on or before the 10th da> of December, IMS. If fail to do so. judemeni iy will be taken against you for the relief demanded in th. Bill of Complaint. i innotice shHll be published once each week teput y I'ierk HERBERT B W1LEN8KY Attorney i"i I'ialntlfl hit H-27.11 11 %  • -1 •; : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engagi a business under the flctltiouB name %  Mac-Webb Mona Shop and Golden Gate Shop at H'i olllns Avenue in Dade County, Florida in'-" ,| l l n e *; liter the said name with the I lerk it the Circuit Court of Dade County, "Sated at Miami Beach, Florida, thin a das of I Ictober, 1942. IRVING WEBERMAN LILLIAN WEBERMAN KOVNER \ MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Applicants 10 26, U/I-9-16 >"" mi, ml default ,-|,:K NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enj business under the fictitious'name at HEAL'MONT APARTMENTS at lo Blarrlti Urn.-, Miami Beach, H i Ul t< register said name with the ,t the i rcull Court if Dade Count), Florida. MICHAEL '' 'VIS Mll.l 'RED i' 1 "VIN ARONOV1TZ, SILVER & > HER Attorneys f"r Applicants 607 Alnslej Building Miami J2, Floi Ida 10 19-26, 11/8-9 assignees, lienors, credltirs. %  r oilier claimant* lalmlng eph Kahn, Sender Kaplan. Michael K rant Schneider. Joseph Rosenblum, Har[|;" s \hrV.*ugh. "under or againsi m i.t ry JawitZ, J. L Kram, Abraham [n above named defendant* who are NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in i, | n .uiclei the fictitious names ol Tavstee Baker) and Savern's Taystei Baiter) at M50 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Intend* lo reglsti : said I,;,,,,,., with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida SAVERN BAKERY I'OMl'AM KOVNER and MANNHEIMER attorney* for Savern Bakery Company THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 573938 IN RE Estate "f l.i HIS LYONS IN mder S. Gross, principal of Menzin. Max Kolker. Paul Kress, '';';;;• ;| r ,. „,...,.,„ i %  '.Hebrew Academy, who has just %  • i irom a three-month study I I-rael Rabbi Gross discussed with the rj sti -'. the important work that t. Zionist organization is doing .! and suggested -onie adprojects tor their program • %  coming year. in NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES *it the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan • %  Peacock Lumber and supply < %  nan> Peacock Lumber and Bu.pi !-,, at 3 H5 %  18 Roa : Ml .'i I, Florida Intends to register, said na with th.Clerk of the Cln lit i "re of 1 wde County, i'l Ida I'EACi n'K LUMBER COMPANY (a ria "orp i SIMON. HAYS AGRl'NDWBRa Attorneys for Apidh ..n: :„„ Alnsley Building ^ ,_ ... p ., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIOP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10567 THE WIL-LIAMSBUROH s VVINOS HANK. Plaintiff. FINLEY JONES, Trustee n Bankruptcy, WILLIAM E nRIFFTN and AHl'KI.I-A GRlFI-p. his wife. DWAYNEL. NYKAMPand MAR1 E NYKAMP his wife. VICTOR COUNTY JUDGES' COURT HaroldShapfrO. pr-sident of the < !" ^ D Al.aim Beach EtOfilSt District, a IN irmer Mayor of Miami Beach, was Installing officer Program also matured a report b> Sender Kap former Zi n leader of HavUna i Flnegol 1 >ainstalled as pre-ident of the listrict. Other of 1. ers installed were Isaac Donen. Dr ili rman Ausubel, Morris Mino\ Max Raskin ind Bernard Katz, 11 i esident; Meyer Siegel, finan^V,' c: .1 secretary; Richard Bergman, .. .-.,.-,•,1 To All Ciedltors and All Persons Having Calm* u Demands Vgalnsl Bald Esl He >,, i. in i ich ••( ) iu, are hi i • bj %  nd reiiulred to i resent an • md demands which you, "i either >f ) iu, ma) have against ihe estat< ol MAlii A QCNN •!...1 : i %  DADE i "ount). Florida, to the i -..KHH Judges "f I '-ol-unty. and file the same In th in the Count) Courthous serve a copy there aitorney MARTIN Bade Federal Bldg lila not Inter than LEGAL NOTICE N Tut CIRCU'T CO'-RT OF THE E.SVLSTH JUO::*L CIRCUIT OF FLORID*. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 620 MS't IAMSKITR INK ,1 i. .1-1 v % a i EDITH It i \ MKite FOHS GIBSON ,!::%  ( ,\ If married. %  HOE J '.I! !YZ VNIAK and K1;ZYZAN1AK hiwife, if marS FAYA r ai i It' ANA • %  unti NOTICE OP SUIT UN C GIBSON ind -' iN h %  v if>f mai ri'-.l. : I -ii'l.Ni-i-: L'NKNi iWN, and iltUE .i KRZYZANIAK and KKZYKANIAK hl wife, If I, Rt -ilDENCE UNKNOWN HI. I n I,id, -he jnknonn isslgnees, .,ii• or other through an il the above '•-:-. %  leceased. i %  notified that the iptiom MII'.-.-n In, In the Circuit %  Judicial ''irl i lorida H. ..I > %  • Dade Couni %  -. uiion ihe il, .. • H,,. i pmpert) Bli ,. 10 'LER R1DOE, li IN FIVE, a< •dim: to the tl %  i irfled in Plal Book %  il Pag. 66 -• Public Rec• i .. %  Fiorl la, titl Ven nds, Wel6 | 'nil No. B00 • file ) our an npl ilnt till the %  .' i i' i ind •' %  plaintiff MAR NE, llili 1 lid | Mian It, Flor' i. i il. ii 1 1 ,. 10, 1962 %  • Pro | .%  ••-.. ill be enII-' Mill '1 16! I iA T HERMAN if the en lit C -HI t B> I. MAN %  U N FINE : .. %  I.I U .1-1.; : in m Ida, w ithln si\ i-ai. ndar m mi hs from the date % %  < I hi .,i -atlon hereof staid i laimi ,,r i-ni nds to contain th* leg I,. if the claimant and t" be sworn t,, ,n i in nenti i as iforesaid, •• %  lame s ill ; "l>an ed Dated Novembei A.D. RM>!. \\ \\ INSTi >N OI'NN, Sit A Exeoutor n the I asl Will am' Tesl i melll A INN del nl.-r I •.,;_' : MARY eased rlral iblical Ion mi Nover M VR\ IN l W IENUH Attorne) f ir Kxei utor \ ... \ I lldg Miami '•-'. Fill 11/9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA iN PROBATE Na. 57568 C \ : Es| iti il HELEN I I'KACSY \ inLANDEOHEM 11 ,-.•! NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All C,-edltors and All Persons llav,. ; %  UMI.„ Demands Againsi Said r late S.,,, .. hereb) not fli -l and requli ed to pi —ni an) claims and demands which you ma) have againsi the estate %  Helen Lukacs) VanLniideghein -I ased late "f Dade Count) Florida, to the Count) Judges o( i i,. i '..uni ). and file thi same In their ifflces In the Count) C ih .... -i lade Count) Florida, within -iv end ir months from Ih .,: -i rirsl publication hereof, srt II b I % 111 %  i Gl'STAVE IMBII \ \.\ LANDEOHEM \ imlnlstrator AINS'LEE K I 'ERDIE, Mtome) 17SS Weal Fl igler Street Miami ;' %  Florl i • 11 9-I6-SS-30 f upon plaintiff' PINE, Mih Floor Miami ::.'. Flor11.. embei l". I'-oi_ Decree Pi onfesso will be entered aginiist you DATED: November T. 1962. E. B. id-; VIM HUMAN Clerk of the ''iicult %  i (seal) By: K. M I.YM IN Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorne) for Plaintiff i in. ilooi Dade I-ral Bldg Miami S3, Ilorida II -.-!.;-_:-:: % %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. .N PROBATE. No. 542MB i N l;i: Estate of RBG1NA BREITBART Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given that we have filed %  Final Report and Petition |oi Distribution and Hnal Discharge as I ..A.liiiini-lial'-l%  •! the' estate ol RBOIN \ BREITBART. det-eased and thai on ihe Ird da) ol December, 1962. will appl) t ourt on ,„ %  hefore inSrd da) • %  l'.-;o.i.. II ii fall to %  !• so, judgment 1, default will lie taken ataim-l >mi III. r< lief .1III.III. I.-I in ih. Dili Of Comfiled irlgofflc. ees. Ilenors. credlto. or other claimants claiming through, under or against my ol the above named defendants who in. deceasi i Y..u are hereb) notified that thai...v.oaptioned action has hi--n Instituted against vou In the < ragult Court of the ELEVENTH J -, 11.;: U Circuit of Florida In and for DADH Count) to foreclose a -nortgagi upon the following described rea property. Lot 13. Block 57 FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according to th.* Plat there., f. recorded m Plat B i < gO ii r.i--19 of ih.Public Records of Dade County, Florida You anrequired i-. file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with ti-. Clerk of the aforesaid Court, anil serve %  copy thereof upon plalntltrg attorney, M VRT1N FINE. Uth Fl >r Dade Federal Bldg., Miami it, Florida n.n later than November 19, 1962 or i Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against )..u I lated i '. tober i". 1962 K. li LEATHERMAN Clerk .-f the Circuit Court ,-,,,1! B) C P COPELAND Deput) Clerk M VRTIN FINK Vttorm v I'"" Plalntlfl Mih l-l i 'a.i. l'. deral Bldg Miami J2. Florida M „ ,,, 10-19 .. -f i -..mplaiiit This notli shall be published each week for four %  • •* %  ',',"."'.•' In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE KND ORDERED ii MiamiFlorida, this 29th da) of October, F. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, l >ad< Count) Florida a |) B) •' P. COPELAND, hi put)' < "lerk 11 2-9-16-23 -. date Ih. Beach, I lo Intend li.i-i tt Hll l III Clerk .uni ..i Dade i ..mil > to reglstei said ,.f the Circuit Florida • I. \ I'l.i IR \ II' (TEL 'RP, I A Florida Corp I Edward s. hwai ) virtue ol Its wan house Hen, h is In Its possi "Ion th, following .1.— ni" •' propel Household tl iVs ihprop, rt) ,,i Ml D Bernard, 234" N 1-. Street, No Miami !' %  • ai h, ih H ..II the 1 • %  tli da> ihn inu the legal ho between 11:00 foren the afl %  nue, Miami. sh.,11 ..ii. i 1..1 -.lii" the highest biddel for cash In hand ihi ahovi rti scribed property "f Mr D. Bi n ird ^;;i(, N E. I'.i-n.l Si N Miami Dated al Miami. Florida, this 5th .1 11 ,.! NoVelnli. I 1962 „.„,,,: VAN ...N,,S. UH\ Il. ril.. il propel i) \ihe :.".. i Hll"' ah nd "" in • S W I til AveI Ol i ., thi on.I NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 11426 JACK W Plaintiff, \ s i-i iNNIE Wi il I, Defi nlanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE Til Cl (NNIE (V 319 Plm Street .-.i pen Ba) \v Isi ..nn Y,,n .. ) notified that a BUI of complaint foi Divorce has been filed againsi you, ami you n quired i" .-iv. a cop) ••! youi Answer ur Pleading i" thi BUI of I'omplainl .,,, the plaintiff's attorney, MBLV1N I Mii;, ,| F, I'.ti Bon 12k N M ml ii...,. ,, K3, Florida: and fill the .'lU--• I Answ. i ... Pli ading In thi Circuit Court on la) ol Novi i.ii,• against s"" Ih. Pill IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11026 I I KISLAK MORTG \.;i: CORPORATION (F FLORIDA, Plaintiff, JACK McMONAOLE and MRS JACK M, Mi IN v;i I". his Ife, and JAMES REYNOLDS, p, fi ndanta NOTICE OF SUIT Ti .1 \ MI'S REYN! HI'S. RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN, and the unknown spouse of -aid 1 J i. ii.l.i nt. If man led and alrre I if said defendant Is dead unknown heirs, devisees, gra tees asBlgnees, Honors, crBdftors, trusti es or other claimants ing by, through, under or against inn ..f the above named Uefi i dants win. are deceased You are hereb) notified that its \. capi loned action has been stltuted againsi you in Court of the Eleventh cult of Florida In and f Iv t,. fol.-.l follow Ing 1 : • .' |. Inal .,! ih. Clerk ol thi ,.i l.efon ih. :''i'li li i ..n i i b; .1. fault llll lie r,,i .•,. relli I denial of • 'omplalnt. This notice shall Inpublished once .,, I, w. I, fin foul %  %  l Weeks In I'lli: .!' %  \\ ISH I-I-' "RIDI \N IMINE AND ORDERED al Miami. this 23rd da i > %  lober. A.D li i; i: LE VTHERM \N, Clerk ill I -..in i. I "ade i"..mii). l-loi Ida i-. ai, B) C. I*. Cl il'EL \ N I' I li put) t'U-i k MELVIN I MCROKF I'll. Box 4L'S N Miami Reach 62 Fla. Mi..in. v for Plaintiff in 26, II 2-9-16 thu Inthe Circuit Judlotat CirM ii.. CounnrtBaee upon t'.ia described real propert) in Block S4, of IVi:s ESTATES sKi'TH'N FOUR, according; to ih. Plat thereof, are< irded in Plat Book 60, al Page 79 of the Public Records ..f Dade County, Florida y,,,i an required !•• file your answer i" plaintiffs complaint with the ,,i ii,.ifon -ni i "oui'. ., ..; %  •. thereof upon pi ilnl attorni v. MARTIN I INE, Mih Flo rai Bldg Miami 32, Fl irlda not lati r than No> i pecrei pro Conl esso will i, i. .1 ai l lati .1 ii tobi r %  I 1962 E P. LEATHERMAN Clerk ..f the i .rt .,,,,:, Rj K M LYMAN %  M \Kil\ FINE Attorne) fw Plaintiff Mih Fl.ior I hbf. Miami It, Fl i-ae, u/2-i



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    ~z;e :-A > > &f /'o ere to ca-e *or her children. P *cig her househols ," Fisher explained. '• ter ID : T • main standing. ca| I a \ For Very Special Occasions... Jbf/o omat Ftr COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Jo*. :— aerine ha -z the ent:re DipaatBat Ccur.-.ry Club, your* '. JT -***iirzs. partie* or special ng ** fur ?roc;. available T days a wi There's no athe ..te •_-.* .a.c.-.ta Room in this area! UoiiRuted free paricna;. WA :-•::: :. E KOLLVWOOD-BY-THE-SEA %  •* fird Have thai £ fociKties •: excel Business Meeting, #• ySUir -•;%  -•-,.lanque!, O r AJoddii %  eraio '-• a %  r %  %  • -. %  %  i : %  prcs Special Occasion ^ tuboiyol Roo-m be ^ wadding or privo ••, 1 it tn Chagall Prints On View Here Mar %  %  %  Forty of 1 five Bool • %  I lor Information: HAZEL AILISOM Cater,n a Olrec or, JE 1-6C61 i 26th St. Colllna Avc. •---. %  %  %  • %  .. her thr %  • %  p r 5 to l 1 %  %  i 'Record Hop' At Emanu-EI L'nit Syi 5 ts fir si t he si sponsors I %  %  ..:-:-: %  : • -, e ven| • at the Temp:• 77th si R:ck jockey f radio < I be %  I • •.he fesl harden ur :he si : There ".'. be : wide • • OS have a truly luxurious wedding | fashion show I I banquet •* Iht txdtiiy Seville Ma't^'ess fac^'Jes, ejperienceii ma.-aiemen^ %  put Staff—1 to serve you for Men less thai you eou'd imagine. Rememter— a SEVILLE afair—whether for 10 or 1,000— b sened i'.h the same gracious easel KOSHER CATER. NG AVA LABuE CALL IS1UU POLAK: )t 2 2511 OCEANFRONT. gth TO SOth STREETS. Ml AM BEACH Celebrate your •J \ba?iquct unforgetably at the -\ E S TB ROO K E COUNTRY CLUB FUNCTIONS ANO AFFAIRS OF EVES* KINO CLUB MEETINGS, LUNCHEONS. INSTALLATIONS. FASHION V x SHOAS. fR'VATE PARTIES SERVING FRCM 12 TO 1200 1 9 P. nvm .rr. W I 0U AILL ENJOVE^ERV VOMENT OF TOvi! PLANNED AFFA ^ AT TNE AESTBRC.-vE COUNTRY CLUB ... AS RLAv.-NABlV PRICED AS IT |8 LUXURIOUS ,.,. r ADC *E NAME AESTBROCKE TO VCUR N.TAT.'N AND ITS SUCCESS ,S ASSURED MR Ac--. R TE CHNER



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    Page tf-A *Jemst>tk>r£(Mari Friday, November 9. 19G2 College Keeps Registration Open "Living Hebrew" has begun its fifth season on ch. 2, 10 p.m.. each Thursday evening. Louis Schwartzman. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, who will teach the course, shows the characters of the Hebrew alphabet to El Al Airlines Stewardess Janet Schiffres. First lesson in living Hebrew was enttled "Jet Age Hebrew," and illustrated the fact that many new words had to be coined to meet the vocabulary needs of today's world. Airplane, ice cream, taxi, missiles and rockets c:e among the words which can now be described in "Jet Age Hebrew." Newsman Reports Poland Jewry Dwindles to 25,000 Continued from Page 1-A iJated or assimilating. Feu know Yiddi.-h and few care." He nottri. "a valiant effort" on the part ol the cultural Jewish community —the non-religious element—to bpread culture in theform of Yiddish hooks, and jdded that the eflort was more sui'ct--ful outside Warsaw, where nearly half of the n maining Jew s livi i said he had been informed al (here were nearly 1.500 Jewish children in the non-religious folk schools in communities other than Warsaw and Krakow. He expressed the opinion that, if another Jewish creative community developed in Poland, "it will be another of the miracles of Jewish survival." A visit to Krakow disclosed that of the 80.000 Jews who lived here before the Nazi holocaust, only 2,000 were left, 1.300 of them 6C and older He called Krakow "a dying community" and added that "the .-qualor that is in evi; ence here is most d< pressing." He deI the lives of the Jews in Krakow ..bitter "The religious element is dwindling, the youth I 'cull iral' group e. and lew hi .•( Isra< I ll| :. • [reedoi a very %  all per • • :: haven n Israel Registration is continuing at the College of Jewish Studies First sessions were-held in the Southwest area .aU^th pavukConeWgaUDO ; on Tuesday and in the North Dade area at Beth Torah Congregation on Thursday. Courses in Hebrew. Bible and History are offered at both locations, with added forums on "Giants in Jewish Literature." "Message ot the Prophets," "Crises in Jew. ish Life," and "Lifetime of a Jew Special courses for Hebrew and Sunday school teachers in advanced subjects and teaching methods are also continuing registration on Wednesday and Friday mornings at the Bureau of Jewish Education building. R< gistrars at the three locations of the college are Saul Rabin, education director at Beth David Congregation; Abraham J. Gittelson, education director at Beth Torah Congregation; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, The Bureau Is co-sponsoring adult Jewish studii in cooperation with the Hatikva Lodge "I B'nai B'rith Courses will begin on Wednesday, Nov. 14. 1" a m.. at the Morton Tower restaurant, 1500 Bay ri Adult courses include two per iods, The first period offers three courses "Know Your Prayer Book," with Hersh Herman, of Beth David Congregation as instructor: "Lifetime of a Jew." with Meyer Sam herg. of Temple Nor Tanud. as instructor; and "Introduction to the Talmud." with Isaiah Adler. noted scholar, as instructor. The second period, from 11 to 11:45 a.m.. will feature two short Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved cnes are fyH^ffltdcy AND COMMUMIY MAUSQUl'M 1.if tiiiorii'jticn MO I~7D93 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, F!a. HARRY GORDON PRES : IKE GCRDCN FUNERAL C SEC'Ct LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVer TU 5-1689 Emanu-EI Schools In Meetings Here Temple Emanu-EI religious school activity, both in and out of classroom, has gathered momentum the past week. The school now enjoys the largest enrollment in ithistory, with more than 500 students in nursery and kindergarten, the Foundation School, the Hebrew and Sundaj school, and Confirmation D< ; ment. reports educational director, Morris Tarasow Pan nts .. tet ded two evi : bj T< mple PTA botl n si and 77th ncctini Taras %  an c his si Naomi B Bi andeis, nurst 1 %  kin ei gartt 1 ipervi rep rted on her irip I the National A sn for Nurser> i Confi n held al the Hi !< Shi n in Philphia. 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    ^Jewish Floridian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    folume 35 Number 45
    Miami. Florida. Friday, November 9, 1962
    Twc Sections Price 21
    \HQM LOADED REPORT
    Relief Chief
    Rules Out
    Arab Works
    LWITED NATIONS (JTA) -
    | ead of the United Nation!.
    up to provide "reliel
    lir.H works" for more than 1.000.-
    |(.,i Irab refugees, wrote off this
    keek thi It asibilfty of any "works"
    |}TUJl > -
    Commissioner General John H.
    |Daviv took that stand in supple
    Ijnentary reports to the General
    lAssembly in connection with his
    annual report submitted last month.
    |}i, a so informed the Assembly in
    I 'background papers" that:
    I. There were "at least 100,-
    OCO de*i persons" still listed on
    UNRWA relief rolls but that
    "rectification" has been imposs-
    ible because the Arab "govern-
    mental authorities" felt "the
    time was not opportune."
    Ml efforts at economic rein-
    the refugees that might
    their resettlement in Arab
    had to be dropped be-
    |(i \ral> governmental op
    and the opposition of the
    people "
    ackground papers' were
    J to help the Assembly
    f ilu entire Arab refugee
    } -iuf program. The United Na-
    ns must decide this year wheth
    and how to continue these op
    ations after next June 30 when
    iVA's current mandate ex-
    PUTS FINGER ON MINSK SLAUGHTER ARCHITECT
    Nazi Says He Shot Jews
    Galore 'Until I Was Sick'
    COBLENZ i JTA i A former stood on the edge of the mass grave
    Nazi SS officer admitted this week where the victims were lying while
    that he shot a number of Jews in still alive"and shot and shot un
    a mass execution during the Sec- til 1 was sick."
    ond World War.
    Off. IMHIANVll IAKOBOVITZ
    . incmpatiklr
    Captain Karl Dalhcimer. 55. one
    ill 14 former Nazis on trial here
    for their participation in the mass
    murder of more than 35.000 Jews
    in Minsk, told the court that he
    More than half of the defend
    ants have now confessei to the
    atrocities
    Dalheimer named George Hcus-
    er, 49, the principal defendant.
    IN DEBATE WITH AJC0NGRESS CHIEF
    Rabbi Says Jewish Role in School
    Prayer Battle Fans Anti Semitism
    as the officer who forced the
    doomed Jews to undress before
    entering the grave. Heuser was
    chief of police in the state of
    Rhineland Palatinate until his ar-
    rest in 1959.
    Another defendant. Artur Harder,
    described to the court how a wom-
    an and two men were cremated
    alive with a method of incineration
    which he had developed.
    While few persons are attending
    :he trial as spectators, the judges
    ruled that a number of children
    seeking admittance to the court
    could net enter. Several persons,
    including a student, said they telt
    ihe court should remain open to
    youngsters, to give them a graphic
    picture of Germany's Nazi past.


    '

    ..
    el

    one of the documents, Dr.
    presented figures purport-
    show that the Arab host gov
    utsEgypt, Jordan. Syria
    Lebanon had contributed
    $45,000,000 since 1"M8 to
    refugee.-, figures he ad-
    based "on data" from
    governments. The total
    I Egypt's expenditures for
    ing police to guard 'he
    imps in the Gaza strip
    venl refugees from es
    viewing UNRWA's expert
    fct with works projects. Dr.
    Zi, s absolved the Arab govern-
    meats fcr failure to cooperate in
    ;jch p!ans during the past 13
    VH'4 He contended the Arab
    Continued on Page 10-A
    RUSSIANS TOLD:
    Let Jews Go
    -- Australia
    UNITED NATIONS .JTA I
    Before the world forum of the
    i : ii. Nations General Assembly,
    Australia urged the Soviet Union
    this week to let Russian Jews
    emigrate it il could not assure them
    religious freedom.
    The Australian representative to
    the Assembly' Social, Humanitar-
    ian and Cultural Committee, II. D.
    White, also urged that the Krem-
    lin act to stop the anti-Semitic
    campaign against Jews in Ihe Sov
    iet press At the same session,
    Mrs Marietta P Tree, oi the Unit
    (I States, also asked specific (pie-
    ions about the condition ol Soviet
    Jews British representative II P
    Vtilcc also attacked the Soviet
    I'mon on the issue
    The condemnations were the
    frst on that issue against the
    Soviet Urion directly in the As-
    Continued on Psge 8-A
    NEW YORK (JTA I The
    role played by Jewish organiza-
    tions in "securing and hailing"
    the recent Supreme Court decision.
    outlawing the recitation of a prav-
    r in the public schools, was crit-
    icized here this week by a prom-
    inent New York rabbi. Dr. human
    uel Jakobovitz, spiritual leader of
    the Fifth Avenue Synagogue, and
    former Chief Rabbi of Ireland, who
    said that the positions taken l>>
    ,U wish organizations have "added
    dangerous fuel to the flames of
    anti-Semitism."
    Dr Jakobovitz -poke at a de-
    I ate sponsored by the Graduate
    School of Education of Yeshiva
    t niveisitv Will Maslow. national
    executive director of the Ameri-
    can Jewish Congress, defended his
    organization's role in supporting
    the prayer ban.
    Rabbi Ja' oboviti said that the
    Jewish espousa! of the "anti-
    prayer" position was incompat-
    ible both with the traditional
    teachings of Judaism and with the
    long-term interests of American
    Jewry. "Ey allying themselves
    wth the rampant forces of athe-
    ism and secularism," lie declar-
    ed, "these crganiiations were
    bourd to expose the Jewish com-
    munity to the charge of under-
    mir.it g the religious foundations
    Continued on Paqe 3-A
    Israel Marks Decade Sime
    Passing of Chaim Weizmann
    REHOVOT l.-rael (JTA) More than 5,000 Israelis and i verseas
    .uetts assembled here this week at Yad Cham Weizmann Memorial
    Sauare to pax solemn tribute lo the memorj ol Israel's flrsl President
    According to the Hebrew calendar, nr Wcizmann's death occurred ex-
    actly ten years ago on Nov. 1.
    FELDMAN ON SECOND TRIP
    JFK Aide in Israel Again
    JERUSALEMfJTA>Walworth Barbour. United States Am-
    bassador to Israel and Mver Keldnian. White House aide to I'res
    ' Kennedy, conferred here with Israel's topmost officials on
    various problems, including the Cuban crisis and the Arab refu-
    Government spokesmen announced Sunday.
    Mr Barbour spent 20 minutes in a talk with Mrs. (.olda
    Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, bringing Israels foreign affairs
    chief up to date on the development in the Cuban crisis.
    Mr. Keldman who is in Israel "on a private visit.' according
    to official interpretation, conferred first with Prime Minister
    David Ben-Gurion, then with Mrs. Meir. He discussed both the
    Cuban situation and the Arab refugee question, which is sched-
    uled to come to a head soon in a committee of the United Na-
    ieneral Assembly. .#*-,
    Meanwhile. Mr. Fcldman was the guest this week of the
    Israel Air Force, witnessing special air maneuvers by some oi
    Israel's newest air squadrons.
    Principal speaker at the cere
    nony was Dr. Weizmann's success-
    '. r. President Ben-Zvi, who told the
    issemblage that the importance of
    ' [he (.'lemony was not In the fact
    that a decade had passed since Dr.
    and the Crown of Kingdom"the
    third Crown of the Jewish nation
    throughout the world."
    Dr. Nahum Coldmann. presi lent
    we,;;,;:: ; .^the,;;,,ha,.* u* m***ss
    ;! "ontinue to follow his ideals, who was chairman of the proceed-
    and to live under his influence."
    Calling Dr. Weiimann "the sym-
    bol of the Jewish nation," the
    President ade'ed that he was add-
    ing to the two crowns worn by Dr
    Weiimannthe Crown of Torah
    ings. paid tribute to Dr Weiz-
    mann s statesmanship and political
    achievements. Jan Peerce, the
    world-renowned American operatic
    tenor, chanted the "El Mole liach
    Continued on Page 7-A
    DR. CHAIM WtlZMANN
    ... in mtmoriom
    lJributcs J* lanntJ
    Feature articles in tribute
    to the memory of Dr. Chaim
    Weizmann will be appearing
    in The Jewish Floridian dur-
    ing the coming weeks.
    Poland's Jews Reported 'Dwindling'



    DETROIT (JTA) Poland's
    remnants of Jewry have "volun-
    tarily abandoned" the Jewish re-
    ligion, there are only 16 pupils in j
    Warsaw's Jewish religious school,!
    and a mere 10 Jewish youths are
    receiving religious instruction in
    Krakow, a leading American Jew-
    ish journalist has reported.
    The report was made by Philip,
    Slomovitz, publisher-editor of the
    Detroit Jewish News, after a visit
    to Poland as a member of a 35-man
    United Jewish Appeal study miss-
    ion. He found that there arc omy
    22 Jewish communities in Poland
    now. with a total population of 25.-
    000 Jewsas compared with pre-
    war Poland's Jewish population of
    3.500.000.
    "The religious element is small
    and the synagogue's influence is
    minimal," he reported. That*
    are no rabbis and no rabbinical
    academies. Jewish school attend-
    ance is small."
    Hi reported alsi that, in War-
    saw, ".hi young people are assim-
    Continued on Page 13-A



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    ^Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY folume 35 Number 45 Miami. Florida. Friday, November 9, 1962 Twc Sections — Price 21 \ HQM LOADED REPORT Relief Chief Rules Out Arab Works LWITED NATIONS — (JTA) | ead of the United Nation!. • up to provide "reliel lir.H works" for more than 1.000.|(.,i Irab refugees, wrote off this keek thi It asibilfty of any "works" |}TUJl > • Commissioner General John H. |Daviv took that stand in supple Ijnentary reports to the General lAssembly in connection with his %  annual report submitted last month. |}i, a so informed the Assembly in I 'background papers" that: I. There were "at least 100,OCO de*i persons" still listed on UNRWA relief rolls but that "rectification" has been impossible because the Arab "governmental authorities" felt "the time was not opportune." Ml efforts at economic rein• %  %  the refugees that might their resettlement in Arab had to be dropped be|(i \ral> governmental op and the opposition of the people ackground papers' were J to help the Assembly f ilu entire Arab refugee } -iuf program. The United Nans must decide this year wheth and how to continue these op ations after next June 30 when iVA's current mandate exPUTS FINGER ON MINSK SLAUGHTER ARCHITECT Nazi Says He Shot Jews Galore 'Until I Was Sick' COBLENZ — i JTA i — A former stood on the edge of the mass grave Nazi SS officer admitted this week where the victims were lying while that he shot a number of Jews in still alive—"and shot and shot un a mass execution during the Sectil 1 was sick." ond World War. Off. IMHIANVll IAKOBOVITZ incmpatiklr Captain Karl Dalhcimer. 55. one ill 14 former Nazis on trial here for their participation in the mass murder of more than 35.000 Jews in Minsk, told the court that he More than half of the defend ants have now confessei to the atrocities Dalheimer named George Hcuser, 49, the principal defendant. IN DEBATE WITH AJC0NGRESS CHIEF Rabbi Says Jewish Role in School Prayer Battle Fans Anti Semitism as the officer who forced the doomed Jews to undress before entering the grave. Heuser was chief of police in the state of Rhineland Palatinate until his arrest in 1959. Another defendant. Artur Harder, described to the court how a woman and two men were cremated alive with a method of incineration which he had developed. While few persons are attending :he trial as spectators, the judges ruled that a number of children seeking admittance to the court could net enter. Several persons, including a student, said they telt ihe court should remain open to youngsters, to give them a graphic picture of Germany's Nazi past. %  %  • %  .. el %  one of the documents, Dr. presented figures purportshow that the Arab host gov uts—Egypt, Jordan. Syria Lebanon — had contributed $45,000,000 since 1"M8 to refugee.-, figures he adbased "on data" from governments. The total I Egypt's expenditures for ing police to guard 'he imps in the Gaza strip venl refugees from es viewing UNRWA's expert fct with works projects. Dr. Zi, s absolved the Arab governmeats fcr failure to cooperate in ;jch p!ans during the past 13 VH'4 He contended the Arab Continued on Page 10-A RUSSIANS TOLD: Let Jews Go -Australia UNITED NATIONS .JTA I Before the world forum of the i : ii. Nations General Assembly, Australia urged the Soviet Union this week to let Russian Jews emigrate it il could not assure them religious freedom. The Australian representative to the Assembly' Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee, II. D. White, also urged that the Kremlin act to stop the anti-Semitic campaign against Jews in Ihe Sov iet press At the same session, Mrs Marietta P Tree, oi the Unit (I States, also asked specific (pie• ions about the condition ol Soviet Jews British representative II P %  Vtilcc also attacked the Soviet I'mon on the issue The condemnations were the frst on that issue against the Soviet Urion directly in the AsContinued on Psge 8-A NEW YORK — (JTA I — The role played by Jewish organizations in "securing and hailing" the recent Supreme Court decision. outlawing the recitation of a prav• •r in the public schools, was criticized here this week by a prominent New York rabbi. Dr. human uel Jakobovitz, spiritual leader of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue, and former Chief Rabbi of Ireland, who said that the positions taken l>> ,U wish organizations have "added dangerous fuel to the flames of anti-Semitism." Dr Jakobovitz -poke at a deI ate sponsored by the Graduate School of Education of Yeshiva t niveisitv Will Maslow. national executive director of the American Jewish Congress, defended his organization's role in supporting the prayer ban. Rabbi Ja' oboviti said that the Jewish espousa! of the "antiprayer" position was incompatible both with the traditional teachings of Judaism and with the long-term interests of American Jewry. "Ey allying themselves wth the rampant forces of atheism and secularism," lie declared, "these crganiiations were bourd to expose the Jewish community to the charge of undermir.it g the religious foundations Continued on Paqe 3-A Israel Marks Decade Sime Passing of Chaim Weizmann REHOVOT l.-rael (JTA) More than 5,000 Israelis and i verseas .uetts assembled here this week at Yad Cham Weizmann Memorial Sauare to pax solemn tribute lo the memorj ol Israel's flrsl President According to the Hebrew calendar, nr Wcizmann's death occurred exactly ten years ago on Nov. 1. FELDMAN ON SECOND TRIP JFK Aide in Israel Again JERUSALEM—fJTA>—Walworth Barbour. United States Ambassador to Israel and Mver Keldnian. White House aide to I'res Kennedy, conferred here with Israel's topmost officials on various problems, including the Cuban crisis and the Arab refuGovernment spokesmen announced Sunday. Mr Barbour spent 20 minutes in a talk with Mrs. (.olda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, bringing Israels foreign affairs chief up to date on the development in the Cuban crisis. Mr. Keldman who is in Israel "on a private visit. according to official interpretation, conferred first with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, then with Mrs. Meir. He discussed both the Cuban situation and the Arab refugee question, which is scheduled to come to a head soon in a committee of the United Na• ieneral Assembly. %  .#*-, Meanwhile. Mr. Fcldman was the guest this week of the Israel Air Force, witnessing special air maneuvers by some oi Israel's newest air squadrons. Principal speaker at the cere nony was Dr. Weizmann's success'. r President Ben-Zvi, who told the issemblage that the importance of [he (.'lemony was not In the fact that a decade had passed since Dr. and the Crown of Kingdom—"the third Crown of the Jewish nation throughout the world." Dr. Nahum Coldmann. presi lent we,;;,;: : ; .^the,;;,,ha,.* u* M **ss ;! "ontinue to follow his ideals, who was chairman of the proceedand to live under his influence." Calling Dr. Weiimann "the symbol of the Jewish nation," the President ade'ed that he was adding to the two crowns worn by Dr Weiimann—the Crown of Torah ings. paid tribute to Dr Weizmann s statesmanship and political achievements. Jan Peerce, the world-renowned American operatic tenor, chanted the "El Mole liach Continued on Page 7-A DR. CHAIM WtlZMANN ... in mtmoriom l Jributcs J* lanntJ Feature articles in tribute to the memory of Dr. Chaim Weizmann will be appearing in The Jewish Floridian during the coming weeks. Poland's Jews Reported 'Dwindling' DETROIT (JTA) Poland's remnants of Jewry have "voluntarily abandoned" the Jewish religion, there are only 16 pupils in j Warsaw's Jewish religious school,! and a mere 10 Jewish youths are receiving religious instruction in Krakow, a leading American Jewish journalist has reported. The report was made by Philip, Slomovitz, publisher-editor of the Detroit Jewish News, after a visit to Poland as a member of a 35-man United Jewish Appeal study mission. He found that there arc omy 22 Jewish communities in Poland now. with a total population of 25.000 Jews—as compared with prewar Poland's Jewish population of 3.500.000. "The religious element is small and the synagogue's influence is minimal," he reported. That* are no rabbis and no rabbinical academies. Jewish school attendance is small." Hi reported alsi that, in Warsaw, ".hi young people are assimContinued on Page 13-A



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    Friday. November 9. 1962 *JewistincrkUar Page 5-A C LETTER TO THE EDITORFaith Urged in New Translation printed in the press have been bas-1 ible story. Let us have the kind ed on press releases and not on! of faith that does not depend on .. ancient supernatural evidence but an actual reading of the new text. can geDse God s cxistemc ^ )ur Since I have not as yet had the'present world, opportunity to. read the text jnyEDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: The language of your Mr. Leo' Mindlin in his weekly column ..,,-, in he discusses a proposed translation of our Bible charms ,rt and ear with lovely Engjjch-cadenced phrases. How does hi ('(i it so well in an essay designthe moment? Listen again [tie of his word-magic: i xalted language of poetry an absolute prerequisite to the and mystery of the relig pi rience What makes : believable in English is ( xalted style of its translation. h the mundane words and work a day speech arc to ihe heightened pianos of the ageless art of men in style Ejf though Mr. Mirdlin knows ihe Eternal Testament so well, ij Hebrew language is for me %  i-y othors a closed book. orly kr.-\v its worth in stio.i. Even at a time not ti away fiom the Exi!ic Re'."A B.C.). ihere were Jews ,e mvseil whe required that th? E b! be broijht to them in a language. The Greek Jews had the Septuagint. The Syrian think, the Jews in Pa'estin* -ac what is called the Targum— %  •arsialions in the vernacular, dlher Arama'C or Syriac I want •c be .ind remain a Jew, and I "fed a officials in and commerce ".'day ad i .n into the high ol executive till undoubtedly ft :i the elite social %  which major business %  are reached Since are laired from these they are automatically from the ex votive SHERATON r %  ..',• I %  this conl discriminati n to a I I of anl Semitic txpriei in tin i aril %  %  %  re ol f inane \Yt jo thi Sunda concl id' %  '" h %  patti rn to bi i ilated le s ex lusivc b il i rtainlj as| circles of Ai ieri< an < et> tend to take i : thi ted itl tudes .f the elite up] • r class \nd so in descending i rder, the vicious i lemer.ts of social dis i iminatio become an e\ eryday th ng evei for "us common (oik" Witness the dil< mma i I Hi % %  Jewish teen ager in "The Chosen People." who hut for the determination ol his trulj Christian friend, feels about bis Judaism, without unite knowing what in fact he i> say ing "No matter what you 'I' 1 Mm can never do anything about it." Echoing the outcome of the film they helpetl produce, the American Jewish Committee on Sunday hopefully concluded that you can '(iffy* V._V MCTRIC GLASS BOTTOM ""'" accurate and June into English under Jewish auspices, that are certainly acct ruble and where the literary quality does not suffer by misguided inclinations toward the rernjcular. / uculd not denv Mr. Wen grow "> anyone else, either his need or demand for an English translation of the Hible. This u beside the main pom: of my column of Oct. 16, u hose purpose was a down-to* tar:l: discussion o/ the psycholi gj f semantics ..u relate* to the exalted ual intentions of oui feu sh reliterature.' EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: It seems to this observer that much of the furor being generated o'er the forthcoming new translation of the Bible emanates from little knowledge and small faith. Apparently, most of th comments self, I do not propose to defend it. It seems that the attackers do not feel that this reasonable restraint is necessary. On the other hand, it is rather sad that in this era there are learned individuals who feel their faith threatened when a new translation is to appear which may challenge some misconceptions concerning t h e meaning of the original Hebrew texts. Nowhere have I seen a refer ence to a change in this text, only a new translation based on voluminous and painstaking scholarship. Modem science has revealed far more grandeur, far more mi ous design, far more mystery in the universe than is contained in the doubtful miracle of the Red Sea crossing It is indeed ar. evidence of small faith if oni shaken that he is no longer obligated to defend .. rather implau DR. GEORGE BALBER Miami M^^ Israel Immigrants Prove High Cholesterol-Heart Ills Tie Follotv the sun to heart disease among the European men was 3.7 percent and among the women, 3.4 percent. NEW YORK — (JTA) — Two groups of Jewish immigrants, all over 70, have provided a natural testing ground in Israel to support I _, ... the theory of a causal relationship J h m £ d,c 1 researchers found between a high cholesterol diet and < h; > hl bl od P ressure o£ .?* w" ropcan women was considerably heart disease, the Joint Distribution Committee reported this week. One group consisted of 220 men and women from Yemen and the second group was composed of 260 newcomers from Europe. They live together in a village for the aged. Shaar Menashe. maintained by Malben. the Joint Distribution Committee program for age3, ill and handicapped immigrants Both groups were given the same basic food. There was no significant difference in the caloric intake between the two gorups, However, the Yemenites' consumption of animal protein and fat was relativi Ij low Their vegetable fat and protein intake is slightly high r The studies showed ro sifjns of ht.'rt disease amore; the Ye.ne-iite men; among the Yemenite women the incidence was less than o.-e percent. In contrast K these figures, the incidence of DOC RAGING EVERY NiGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY higher than that of Yemenite women. There was no significant difference in the blood pressure of the men of both groups. The researchers also found that the degree of cholesterol deposits was much lower among the Yem-! enites. 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    Friday. November 9, 1962 "pJenist ncrndlii^iin Page 13-B ,* Testimonial Meets Big Response, Engtander Says Young Israel testimonial dinif of Mr and Mrs SamI "is ing with trem i response," ac(h Vice May chairman ol ill he held v.\ 18, at the Deaui r and Irvin | Bunim hairmanship <>i n -i i 'v Districl Ati Kings County, Brooklyn, is a former president of National Council of Young IMR. AND MRS. RtlNHARD m also Ol New York, is one country's top textile manurs, and president of the Jacob Joseph Rabbinical ColNi York City. Rabbi Ephraim Sturm, executive director of the National Council of Young Israel, said this week that "the rapid growth of the Yooog Israel of Greater Miami is a fitting tribute to the vibrancy cf 'he Young Israel movement, which this year is celebrating its SGth anniversary as a national organization." : Sherwin Stauber, spiritual of Young Israel of Greater 990 NK Kist st., No Miami, : thai the architectural plans thi congregations new building .ilri.idy been given out for Dr. Sol Nussbaum, chairman of Ihi building committee, announced the new site will cost in ex ri s of SI00.000 at its completion. • Wolf man. architect, has dei d the building to utilize the as a center for youth activilion's Club Minstrel Show IVest Miami and Sunshine Lions Clubs will present an old-fashioned minstrel show on Friday and Saturday evenings al Coral Cables Senior High School. Bird and Le.Kline rd. Curtain time is 8:15 p.m. Production will feature black-face minstrels, banjos, songs, comedy, a mixed chorus of 60 voices, and full orchestra. Proceeds are for Lions club eyesight conserveprogram. Cellist Parr.as Joins Sevitzky At UM Concert The second pair of concerts of the season by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fab ian Sevitzky. conductor, will be presented Sunday and Monday evenings, Nov. n and 12. at Miami Beach and Bade County Auditoriums. Leslie Parnas. internationally known prize-winning cellist, will be soloist. Dr. Sevitzky will open the program with Ernes) Causson's Symphony in B flat major. Op 20, Chausson's only symphonic work written in 1890. Guest soloist Parnas takes the spotlight for the next two numbers on the program, Charles Camille Saint-Saens* Cello Concerto in A minor and Peter IIyitch Tchaikovsky's variations on a Rococo Theme for cello and orchestra. Parnas, who will be making his first appearance in the South FloJida area, is a protege of the renowned cellist. Gregor Piatigorsky. Parnas made his debut at 15 in St. Louis, his home town, and at 23 became first cellist of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. He has since won many prizes in international cello competitions. Concluding the program will be Sevitzky s own transcription of Johann Sebastian Bach's I'asacaglia and Fugue in C minor. ilia Quartet will be heard on Tuesday evening at the White Temple Methodist Church in the second concert of Ihe season sponsored by Friends of Chamber Music of Miami. P'ogram will include Quartet in C major, op. 50 No. 2. Haydn; Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, op. 9 (1913), Webern; Conrtlno for String Quartet. Stravinsky; and Quartet No. 3 in B tl major, op. 67. Brahms. Artists include Walter Levin and :y Meyer, violins; Peter Kamnitzer. viola; and lack Kir... cello. Dr. Myron Coulton D. D S. 7550 RED ROAD Ph. 665-5466 Shore Building — South Miami SCOPE by ALAN SHECTER Wh.it s satisl B" ilorris L pidus inn it feel as watt hi ni w .an hitei I know I His ion Vmericai in N'ev \ is incredibli % %  %  spollight in the citj us and dynamic skylin And in Baltimore, his plans for the $2 million Beth I ue promises a new standard in contemporary .Jewish architecture, to join those of men like the late greal Frank Lloyd Wright's unique contribution to sj nagogue design. Lapidus has strong feelin about the lack oi good architecture in American synagogues, "Until ten years ago mosl syna gogues were apologetic in appearance," he noted the other day They tried to imitate the Byzantine or Moorish influence, with no attempt to relate it to Jewish architecture." No Feeling of Worship Also critical of the design in many modern synagogues, Lapidus -peakout against "severe, erector-set modern sanctuaries with no feeling Of worship." He complains of synagogues that are -hard, mechanical and soulless." In his plans for Baltimore's Beth Tfiloh. Lapidus' viewpoints are clearly expressed in the three phases of the project. In the sanctuary, he told us. the ceiling rises up into a huge central crown and calls for dramatic, creative use of stained glass. "This dominating crown reaches upward to inspire the lofty, heavenly aspirations conducive to man's communion with God." The social aspect of Beth Tfiloh is both simple and dignified, with emphasis on creating an atmosphere conducive to good cheer Thirdly. Lapidus describes the design for the school building as conveying "that life is for children and that learning is fun." The school windows look out over trees and greenery, which he considers vital in making the school "a pleasant place for learning." An architect must think of everything. Men like Miami Beach's Lapidus most often do. Strickland's Rights Viewed If the District Court of Appeals rules thai the entire Metro Commission should sit in judgment of the charges of anti-Semitic remarks allegdly attributed to Judge Edwin E. Strickland. Metro Commissioner Harold Spael will 1 jun rs, ... ty A" rnes I rrej Di daj there may mi -.: in the I ii Court's ruling thai I Metn ... .1 protect Strii pers : "It is ex ely important that ." dge Strict i \erj protecti n to which he is entitled." the commissioner 1 in> fided ever the phone. As Spael sees it, punitive action would definitely be in order "if it is proven that Judge Strickland did indeed make the remarks as charged." Punitive action in this ease, he told us. could mean anything from a slap on the wrist to a removal of Judge Strickland Irom the bench— with several possibilities in between. February Will Tell February may turn out to be an exciting month for former Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro. Wife Sylvia, an Israeli Sabra. is due to present him with the couple's first heir around the middle of that month. Shapiro laughingly admits "I'm hoping for a boy" What he wouldn't admit to us is that he may announce his candidacy for the Miami Beach City Council around the same time. He certainly doesn't den y there's a definite move underway to help him back on the political trail, but the attorney wants to wait awhile longer before deciding whether or not to run. But even at this early stage. Shapiro's "indecision" sounds hopefully unconvincing, and his voice gurgled with laughter when confronted with our "disbelief." Goal Never Reached A tip of the hat is in order for mortgage banker Jay 1. Kislak, who is sparking what looks like the most successful United Fund effort in Bade county history. As campaign chairman. Kislak is determined to see IF reach it.goal this year—something that's never really happened before Kislak is on the executive committee and a former treasurer ot the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. In these dual philanthropic capacities, he sees more Bade countians as finally awakening to their responsibilities in :hicommunity, despite the fact that so many of our residents hav< migrated here from othei an .is Beach Dentist Now AF Captain Dr Bobert Apfel. of Miami Beach, who recently tame to active duty in the United States Air Ft ri e a cai tatn, has completed he orientatioi [01 officers the mi e al Guntei A m ol Wil 194 iliam Dr. A] rtruc trativi pro ine, and tervici "' of 1 %  [ned to the USA! spita at Robins AFP,. Ga Dr. Apfel attended the University oi Miami and the University o( Maryland dental school. He Is a member ol Alpha (>nn NEW YORK STATE COED CAMP SEEKS 1. Mature Counselor for Tripping Program. Able to drive, cook outdoors. Also run camp pioneering or nature program. 2. Educational Director. Teach math and English brushup course for 7th grade and upAlso College Prep Course. In charge of camp newspaper. 3. Representative for this wellestablished camp in the Greater Miami area Camp offers modern facilities, complete athletic and aquatic program. D.etary Law cuisine. Fee $650. INTERVIEWS IN MIAMI BEFORE THANKSGIVING Write P. C, Box 2973 Main Post Office, Miami 1 VIRGIL A. P0N10U, SR. Registered Masseur Cheer's Massage Studio Suite 232. 1456 Washington Ave. By Appointment 532 3768 At your Home, Hotel. Motel or ,it our Office. NURSING CARE FOR LADY Delicious Meals — Special Diets in lovely S.W. Home of Nurse. Mrs. Levinson, HI 3-8381 WAVWW\VAA^A*A^A WOMAN WHO WANTS A KOSHER HOME Plus Salary In Exchange for caring for Convalescent Patient. References. Phone 4 to 6 P.M. UN 5-8582 Dinner to Honor Rabbi Caplcn Temple Adath Yeshuran will hon01 Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan vwth a i, stimonial dinner on Satui night, Dec 8, at the Carillon hotel. Anno '' wamade by Josi ph Liedman, firsl \ ii '''lit in ihe absenci of the president, Charles Ros< nb< r who ;'at present on .1 world tour and due to return before the dinner. Rabbi Caplan assumed Ins duties as spiritual leader of the Temple last July 20. Rabbi Caplan was executive director of the South Florida chapter of Yeshiva University for five years prior to assuming his present post. In announcing the testimonial, Liedman said (hat "in the short time Rabbi Caplan has been with the Temple on a full timehasis. he has endeared himself to everyone in the congregation, Sisterhood and Men's Club He has -parked the congregation with new enthusiasm "Under his leadership, the :i is planning a $90,000 I aign to completi the consl 1 ,.: .. sand lary and si I I hi Caplan 1• "t show Inch we hold Mrs Daniel Bimbi rj .. 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    JEWISH COMMUNITY ALERT TO FLORIDA BUILD-UP Needs of Men and Women in Service Studied r .' of Jewish armed services in Florida were being „ week, following 'he „ and buildup of U.S. I ,rces here in the wake an crisis ca tcr Miami Jewish Fed-. uth Florida Jewry's ten raising and planning or;. serving as the pivotal nter" for a series of „ oves study the community's vice nee Is Edmund C. Rosenberg arrived in Miami this week to work with Federation officials and representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, affiliate of the National Jewish Welfare Board here, as the community focused its effort on taking u;> Gre.-.er Miami Jewry's shaie of the build-up responsibility. R senberg is a L'SO-Jewish Welfare Board area director and consultant in Chicago. He met Sunday at the second in a scries of meetings under the auspices of the Armed Services Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Mrs Louis C.lasser is chairman of the local committee. The second meeting here in as many weeks explored ways in which this community can help provide more welfare, recreational and morale service., to Jewish militarj personnel at Florida bi w • f/ie Otv. oman $ 'Worti All are facets of the National Jewish Welfare Board ongoing program authorized by the U.S. Government to serve the needs of Jewish militarj personnel in the Armed Forces. "Right now, I am involved in efforts at setting up a program at Opa-locka," Rosenberg told The Jewish Flordian on Wednesday. But he is also keeping his eye peeled on progress being mate for ihe implementation of similar programs at Homestead Air Force Base, a SAC installation, as well as in Key West, Tampa, Orlando, and St. Petersburg, for which he will leave in Continued on Page 11-B ms. LOUIS GlASSt* committee chairman -Jewish Floridian "SI !" K" s M. Florida. Friday. November 9. 1962 Section P Chai Hadassah Fashion Show roup of Hadassah is havcial fashion show brunchr. Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., al i rs hotel. from Lory's Fashion v igs from Crowning Glory -hown, with all funds rais V iuth Aliyah Mrs. Alvin :. charge of reservations. Vliyah i> an international the rescue and rehabili. e J< • %  ish is of the world and I in Israel Hada sah cial n proscntativ e • I h in the I d States st single final of I I.I: i Mo !i, Beth I klrs. Mil hael Krop d< nt ol tl e group. 14 j. %  Mrs. Haft Heads Youth Opera Unit Vrturo di Filippi has an need the appointment of Mr-. Haft, of Bay Harbor Island. i Miami Beach chairman of Dad< Youth Opera project. i with the Hay Harbor I 'TV Halt will work with the Mi ach elementary schools to kets for the two Hade Youth I resentations, "The Magic Flub b} Mozart. Sunday. Nov. 25, I hi Barber of Seville." Sun May 5. : eras will be presented al Dadi County Auditorium and • %  3 |i m. Haft, formerly a concert has sung in Europe and i al Carnegie Hall and Hall in New York City. She here from Boston in 1955 husband and four children been a member of the Guild since her arrival. Hatikvah chapter of Mizrachi Women Installs new officers at a recent luncheon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Right is Mrs. Israel Teitch, outgoing president, as she hands the organization's gavel over to the new president, Mrs. Jacob Katz (left 1 Looking on is Mrs. Jack Davis, installation chairman. Members of Women's American ORT all over the country will be observing ORT Sabbath in temples and synagogues on Friday. Nov. 16. Locally, participating synagogues are Temple Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating for the Islanders chapter At Temple Ner Tamid. Mrs. Harry Shubin and Mrs Rosa shut led er. education chairman, of the Miaim Beach \fternoon and Ba> chaptus. will speak on ORT's work. Mrs Seymour Shafron, president oi the North Miami chapter, will speak at Temple Sinai, and Mrs. Alan V'enzer, presidenl oi 'he Hollywood chapti r, will join with ORT members and congregation of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood. Dai i Seal Heller, a ill be 01 '"'"al ,1 Ti mple Judea, an i Mrs. Erm st So' %  '. is speak ins %  Beth •. .. mi le for he h Miami i (ri ynolds Park and v Dad chapters w ill hold joint sen ..'•-.al Bi ih Torah Congregawith Rabbi Max Li| schitz ol ficiati embers will hostess the Or.eg Shabbal following services it, the participating temples Mrs Neil Hoder, Southeast Florida region education coordinator. said in announcing the local obcrv.ir.ee that "Our reason for Observing ORT Sabbath is to join with our co religionists in giving thanks for what ORT has achieved One of our prime reasons for being thankful this year is the newest project to be undertaken by Women's American ORT: helping to build four new apprenticeship training centers in Israel. "When completed, these schools will train approximately 10.000 youths each year in basic skills necessary to the Israel economy." .-he continued. "By so doing we will help to relieve two oi the serious problems of that country the need for a large well-trained labor force, and the need to provide vocational training for many thousands of your.-: Israelis ail thej have completed their sory el> mentary education." The new center in Haifa will be named the .lear.nette Orleans Gayl rentici ship Center in honor •: itc OUT presidenl Menorah Lad'os Note Book Month pie Menorah S ol virs Nathaniel Glit ki r., on Sa irday, I | i In honoi ol J ish B ok M nth Mrs Sanfot >n and M Nathan Gr< enhouse, Oni i chairman, will discuss 1 iks in tht Home On Wednesday, at 11:30 a.m., i:t the Temple social hall, the Book of the Brunch Club, sponsored by the Sisterhood, will hold the first in a series of book reviews Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will review "The Rothschilds," by Frederick Morton Mrs. Jack Segal is chairman of ; the club, and Mis. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president. SABEL GROVE MM. BURI HAFT Dinner part) hosted by Clarice and Samuel Badanes in their borne Sunday honored their pre! ty daughter. Arlyne, and her fiance, Perrj Mitchell Shattan. whose engagement was ai nounced recent Is The prospective bridegroom is the son ol Mr. and Mrs Kirvin K Shaftan Here for the happ> event, Mrs Leah S'iret sti n ol M icoi Ga the ide • aunl Wedding Mai The new Mr and Mrs sts ol horo i t a recep • •! dinm r Si a> evening, ..en b> the bride's par Mi and Mrs I ouis Chevel,. r ol Ft Myers, al the Big Por.,„.,. restaurant Parents ( i ne i ridegroom are Mr and Mrs Muhael HerAmong the 50 guests toastina the newlyweds were Mr and Mrs Jack Burton, oi Hollywood, Fla Mr and Mrs Freeman and their sons, and Mr and Mrs Jack Freeman and family The former Estelle Chevelier and Paul will live at 95 NE 71st st. • Thirty years oi wedded bliss tor i,,.„n Kaye and his Ellen the occasion for a dinner party in Iheir honor at the home oi Ml an d Mrs Harold Kassewitz I eon who iforced to be away ,: ,m home a great deal these days to Oversee his many inter ests throughout the state, gifted with a gold house key Program of a Town Hall concert by the Florida State University women's glee club in New York recently lists Carole Goldstein as firsl accompanist Daughter oi Mr. and Mrs Sam Goldstein, 1920 SW 134th st.. '.he gitted pianisl studied here for ma n> years with l!> se M. Robin, ,. i„, 5U gg( -:e.l to her that she work in the comparative!) new held ol music therapj Follow ing graduation from Edison 11 Carole attended Stetson on a grant, and in the spring she will have a degree from Florida State Although she has al ready received many offers to perform as a soloist and accompanist, the attractive young lady is eager to dedicate her talents and music to helping mentally retarded children "Mr and Mrs Opera. "Dr and Mrs Arturo di Filippi. are entertaming the Miami Beach Committee for opera at cocktails and dinner in their home on Friday. Nov. L'.T Members include Di James Shelby Thomas. Mrs Louis E Moultane, Mayor Kenneth Oka. Dr Leoi ard Jacobson, Mrs F.mil Continued on Page 7-B Named co-chairmen of the Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae fashion show here Dec. 8 are Mrs. Irwin Potash (leiP and Mrs. Myles Eaton (right). Mrs. Robert Wishman (center) has been appointed coordinator, with fashions by Hartley's and hair styles by Rubio and F.ugene. The 13th annual function of the Greater Miami chapter will be at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Norman Sholk, chapter president, has announced that proceeds are for the benefit of young scientist scholarships.



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    (Jewish Floridiian ie 35 — Number 45 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida, Friday, November 9, 1962 Twc Sections — Price 1. MjB LOADCD IMPORT lelief Chief iules Out irab Works SITED NATIONS — tJTA) i if I hi* United Nations g \ -'. t up t provide "relief for more than 1.000.Arab refugee*, wrote off this tk tb< feasibility of any "works" Bed ioner General John H. took that stand in supple Itary reports to the General kembly in connection with his pii.-.I report submitted last month. al-i< informed the Assembly in i six "background papers" that: |1. There were "at least 100,dead persons" still listed on JRWA relief rolls but that rectification" has been impossbecause the Arab "govern[ntal authorities" felt "the le was not opportune." Ml efforts at economic reinn nt the refugees that might their resettlement in Arab had to be dropped beVrab governmental op and the opposition of the kground papers' were t' I to help the Assembly i it the enlire Arab refugee Kiel program. The United Nanns must decide this year whcthand how to continue these op • ns :uter next June 30 when .'. Us current mandate exof the documents, Dr. presented figures purport-how that the Arab host gOVI ypt, .Ionian. Syria : i banon — had contributed $45,000,000 since 1!M8 to refugees, figures he ad• • %  based "on data" from overnments, The total i Egypt's expenditures for police to guard the i amps in the Gaza strip i vent refugees from es PUTS FINGER ON MINSK SLAUGHTER ARCHITECT Nazi Says He Shot Jews Galore Until I Was Sick' D*. IUUANUCI JAKOBOVm iiKimpatikle COBLENZ (JTA) — A former Nazi SS officer admitted this week that he shot a number of Jews in a mass execution during the Second World War. Captain Karl Dalhcimer. 55, one >i| l-l former Nazis on trial here for their participation in the mass murder of more than 35.000 Jews in Minsk, told the court that he stood on the edge of the mass grave where the victims were lying while still alive—"and shot and shot until I was sick." More than half of the defendants have now confesse i to the atrocities. Dalhcimer named George Heuser, 49, the principal defendant. IN DEBATE WITH AJC0NGRESS CHIEF Rabbi Says Jewish Role in School Prayer Battle Fans Anti Semitism as Ihe officer who forced the doomed Jews to undress before entering the grave. Heuser was chief of police in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate until his arrest in 1959. Another defendant, Artur Har ler, described to the court how a woman and two men were cremated alive with a method of incineration which he ha.i developed. While few persons are attending :he trial as spectators, the judges ruled that a number of children seeking admittance to the court could net enter. Several persons, including 3 student, said they felt ;',. court should remain open to youngsters, to give them a graphic picture of Germany's Nazi past. reviewing UNRWA's expert with works projects. Dr. >•• s -tbiolved the Arab governments cr failure to cooperate in kuch plans during the past 13 (ears He contended the Arab tc-itinued on Page 10-A RUSSIANS TOLD: Let Jews Go Australia UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Before the world forum of the L'nited Nations General Assembly, Australia urged Ihe Soviet Union this week to let Russian Jews emigrate it it could not assure them it ligious freedom. The Australian representative to the Assembly' Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee. II. D. White, also urged that the Kremlin act to stop the anti-Semitic campaign against Jews in the Soviet press At the same session Mrs Marietta P. Tree, of the Unit (I States, also a-ked specific que• ions about the condition of Soviet Jews British representative II. P %  \ttlcc also attacked the Soviet Union on the issue The condemnations were the frst on that issue against the Soviet Ur.ion directly in the AsContinued on Pge 8-A NEW YORK tJTA) — The role played by Jewish organizations in "securing and hailing" the recent Supreme Court decision, outlawing the recitation of a pravor in the public schools, was criticised here this week by a prominent New York rabbi. Dr. lnimanuel Jakobovitz, spiritual leader of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue, and former Chief Rabbi of Ireland, who said that the positions taken i>> Jewish Organisations have "added langer tus fuel to the flames of anti-Semitism." Dr Jakobovitz -poke at a debate sponsored l>> the Gradual* School of Education 'if Yeshiva University. Will Maslow, national executive director of the American Jewish Congress, defended his organization's role in supporting the prayer ban. Rabbi Ja!;.w '.!.< young people are assimContinued on Page 12 A



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    Page 14-B <* #•*# %  li ri<1iiciii r Friday, November 3. 1S62 < [j ar V %  B>*I .1. ^_J -lnJf.nl be honored by grandparents at chapel. his parents Kiddush in an.i the Edward Pomeranti David le Vine bert J. Beer. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate. An eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High. Shelley has played the piano accompaniment for the school's musical programs, and also studies art. Following the ceremony, she will be honored at the Oneg Shabbat. A Edward Pomerenfi On Saturday morning. Nov. 10. at Israelite Center. Edward, son of Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Pomerantz. of 32 Organizations Pledge Support of JNF Dedication Banquet' Set Here for Dec. 9 Leadership of 32 Zionist and nonarrived in Israel last week to ded Zonist Jewish organizations pledged their support of the forthcoming Jewish National Fund "Me Ami" dedication banquet to be held on Dec. 9 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. president of the JNF Southeast region, said Wednesday that the lund-rais ing affair will implement the establishment Dt "Me Ami." in whose groundbreaking ceremonies a group of Greater Miami leaders ol Plans Unveiled For Remodeling Plans for tin remodelng Temple Menorah were unveiled at last week's .Bar Mitzvah banquet oi the Temple by Maurice Revitz, president. Designed by architect Morris Lapidus, the plans call for the complete reconstruction of the from ol the Temple. BS well BS the sion of its interior. With a goal of $200,000, which would insure refurbishing of the classrooms, as well as the chapel and main sanctuary. Menorah membership pledged over S150.000 at the dinner. Louis Reinstein. chairman of the banquet committee. introduced Leonard Rosen. Temple vice president, who served as toastmaster for the evening. Rosen is also cochairman of the building committee. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of the Temple, pre sented a cantata chanted by Cantor Edward Klein and Jonathan Tannen. entitled "Today I am a Man."' Sharing the program were cochairman Sol Frar.kel. treasurer. Louis DeCoveny and co-chairman Michael Bronstein Rabbi Podet Will Discuss Hosea On Wednesday evening. 8:15 p.m.. Rabbi Mordecai Podet w/1 lecture on "The Assurance of Hosea" at Temple Judea. This is the third in a series on Judaism dealing with the "Three Spiritual Revolutionaries Discussion will follow each lecture. Review Hechf Book Luncheon meeting and book review was held by the Utilise Wise chapter of American Jewish Congress on Thursday at the Lombardy hotel. Rabbi Samuel April reviewed "Perfidy," by Ben Hecht. icate on Monday. No\ "Me Ami," situated in lower Galilee on the Jordanian border, is considered of such vital importance to the security of the State of Israel, that the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami undertook this project at the request ol the Israel Government," Rabbi Abramowitz declared Leon J Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council oi Gri ater Miami, and Dr Irving Lehrman, local chairman of the Foundation for Jewish National Fund, who are currently with the dedication pilgrimage in Israel, have sent "glowing reports of the honors and receptions being given to the members of the pilgrim age A dinner committee is now mak ing plans lor the Dec 9 dedication banquet. "Last year, more than !50 people were turned away beexpan-' Cause their reservations were ma le too late," according to Rabbi Abramowitz. "For this reason, the dinner committee is making an allout effort this year to secure reservations early in order to accommodate everyone who will want to participate." The committee includes Rabbi Abramowitz. Joseph Alter. Benjamin Appel. Mrs. William Beckwith, Zvi Berger, Judge Jason Berkman. Johan L Berman. Mrs Eva Blum, Mrs. Nathan Bookspan, William Bornstein. Albert Broad, lleubin Burnstein. Mrs. Jacob Davis. Isadore Dickman. Isaac Donen. Hyman Eisenbaum. Leon J Ell. Harry Feldman, Ezra Finegold. Jacob Fishman. Abraham Fraidlin, Mayshie Friedherg. Mrs. Robert Garber. Miss Lillian Goodman, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse. Abraham Grossman. Abraham Grunhut. Max Hecht. Peter Heller. Samuel Kagan. Bernard Katz. Sol Kcnholtz. Zev \V Kogan. Sam Kopkind. Mrs. Joseph Krantz, Paul Kwitney. Dr. Irving i Lehrman, Mrs. Pauline Levick, Mrs. Abraham Mason, Mr. and lira Gersbon Miller. Reubin Miller. Mrs. Joseph Milton. Morris Minov. Mrs. Greta Pollock. Mrs. Miriam < Press. Isidor Ruffkin. Harry Ros, en. Julius Rosenstein. Barrett M. %  Rothenberg. Louis Rudnick. Mrs Frieda Sack. Dr. J. A. Safra. Sam Schachno. Irving Schatzman. LouiSchwartzman. Mrs. Morns Seeman. Samuel Seltzer. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Shabsis, Ai Sherman. Mrs. Wolfe Sklair, Meyt r Siegel. Ben Silver. Bernard Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan, Mrs Alfred Stone, Herman Weintraub. and Dr. Baer Zuckerbraun. andoah Junior High, and a student council member. Grandparents of the celebrant are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell and Mrs. Mollie Krug. Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush on Saturday will be hosted by the Bar Mitzvah's parents. Mr. Pomerantz is vice president of the the Center David Le Vine Saturday morning services, Nov. 10. at Congregation Beth Jacob will include the Bar Mitzvah of David Le Vine, with Rabbi Tibor 11. Stern officiating The celebrant is the-son ot Mr and Mrs Max Le Vine. 3676 SW 2nd st.. and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Tendler Mr. Tendler is recording seere tary ol Beth Jacob Congregation The Bar Mitzvah is an A Student in his junior year at Kinloch Junior High. He has won the art contest for two consecutive years, and was chosen to make the cover for the school paper He is interested Jonathan Tanrten Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan Tannen will be observed on Saturday morning. Nov. 10. at Temple Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Jonathan is a graduate of the Temple's religionschool, and has served as cantor of the junior congregation for several years, lie LOW attends Nautilus Junior High Mr and Mrs Melvin A. Tannen. 618 B6th St., will host a dinner reci ption in their son's honor on Sunday evening in the Temple's -oeial hall. • Leonard Toonkel Leonard, son of Mr ami Mrs Solomon C. Toonkel. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Nov in. luring services conducted by Rabbi Max A Lipschitz at Beth Torah Congregation The celebrant is a junior at North Miami Beach Junior Huh. and has been a student at Beth Torah Congregation for live years, For the past year. In has served as secretary ot the youth oni;r ( cation, and he has also been captain of the school safety patrol. A reception in honor of he Bar Mitzvah will be held Saturday evening at the Diplomat Country Club. Maurice Rosemweig Bar Mitzvah of Maurice, son of Mrs. Marie Roscnzweig. will he observed during services Saturday morning. Nov. 10. at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. with Rabbi Morton Shalowitz officiating Maurice has altended P piel religious school for the past fivt years. His mother will honor him al z Kiddush luncheon in Por 1 Hall following the ceremony • • • Enrique Koiolchyk Enrique Kozoichvk will Bar Mitzvah on Saturda> m Nov. 10. a; AL.ii • Mi I-; ai Institute, with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating An eighth gradi studeni Si iilus Junior High the received his religious Agaduth Israi! He ithe S< I ol Mr Mane Koiolchyk. 7610 ave formerly ol Ha\ ai v ho will hone him at a i after the servicci Put him in the driver's seat! He has control over his own future if you give him the new kind of insurance from Equitable-nou;/ It gives him the right to obtain additional protection-every three years from 25 to 40-regardkcs of his health at that time. Without taking an additional medical examination! Without filling out a questionnaire! And at standard rates! For details on this remarkable new development in Living Insurance, call The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. A*k tm Bus. Dial FR 1-5691 UN 6-1875 SIDNEY S. KRAEMER RES. Dial UN 6-1875 SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE assooattd with W. L. PEARSON AGENCY 245 S.E. 1st STREET-SUITE I 220—MIAMI 32, FLORIDA



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    ' %  Page 10-B JenlstFhrkttair Friday. November 3, ig£2 Courier let i^c/i wa rtz Former Bostonian. Mark L. Harris of Miami Beach, has donated $100,000 to Brandeis University to construct a research winy in the v science enclave E. Alhert Pallot, accompanied by Hermlne, back from national conclave of U.S. Savings and Loan League In Washington. D.i\ where he served as a member of the corporation > and regulations committee Bay Harbor designer Harry Llnsk) iving top pn -s nonces, due no little to the able tub-thumping eft f C. R. Jacobson. American Jewish Committee all anos; about credit given to American Jewish Congress for its big dinner Sunday. Back from vacations in Spain for the Doral Country Club gathering were David B Fleeman. chapter president, and vice president Nathan Kood. Ken Treister. M.ami architect and member of Committee's executive group, has incidentally designed a park in the Negro section of Coconut Grove, since accepted as a pilot project by the City of Miami. • • • New chairman of the community relations committee of the Great tr Miami Society of Psychiatrists and Neurologists Is Dr. Alan A. Upton Jules P. Channjng earned honorary life membership in the Scuth Florida chapter of the Florida Planning and Zoning Assn.. at a Coral Gables Country Club Noted publisher Bennett Cerf was to speak at the University of Miami Wednesday night in the secend of a series of lectures for both students and the general public -; nsored by the undergraduate student government. Gershon Miller, affable president of the B'nai B'rith luncheon club, airmailed us a card from Israel praising the JNF's tour of the Jewish state Among University of Miami professors taking part ir. the 15th annual meeting of the American Gerontological Society a: the Deauville this week are Asher Marks. Morris Rockstein and Pentz Scheinberg. Dr Irwin Berman will present a paper. Ofl to the 20th Navy Symposium on Underwater Accoustics in San D.ego is Morton Kronengold, of the U of M Dr. Reuben Y. Ellison has inked a contract to write a French textbook ... On ch. 10's election evi sp cial in which Miami News Sunday editor Jack Kassewitz was milder than usual. Republican nominee Jay McGlon called for BD investigation of the Birch Society, and GOP standardbearer Robert Peterson called for extension of medicare into the realm of paying rgical bills And when will they move those amendments away from their hidden place atop the ballot? • • • Gr .r v Marines will observe the 187th birthday ol ay night with a Birthday Ball in the Casanova room I C Mayers, of the Marine Reserve, invites %  Leathernecks Cora Gables Times frontcity's .1 iy % % %  thai the Gables population is rh< Footli rs C ub started fi> ears ag< con dian Leon Fiel i ficers at at T j -' Marl I Mill n Berle and Jerry 'tint Sundi I Monda; hi tinu ... t | : : tl Suri Six. wl network on ABi '. %  speal in Instituti ol Architi rs 1 at the Dupont Plaza fi r his i ion< i ti i tural advisi r> board to giv< aid I tf ige loans at thi • ivings instituti i :• savings n i | n sident, played a key rous liberal D< m I indidati in %  • I orida i articularly in the Ri publican d A. tein Co lege ol M< d nter %  %  '• shiva L'nivi i it; i Iforts he Einsten on the Palm ing 1 V i %  it: ector of develop] ent. • • • f to S %  Gi its selec ib G Miami for the b si i ... • ,-ear Robi rl lss< r ities of Flori lm Miami Beach brokertativi Harry I. Hoffman, execs, and president ol the Gri ater Mi has h the ciation as f the year New pn xy I tl i I able ni Beach Mai Kli in %  nt. it as thi but thi n i Mike S : ceanfront Bi S retiremenl ol 180 r ns the B istom tin] with n New Yoi Yati I akii 5 in 1 stati e ventures ; ahead of Rock started the N York I I f the Ri ,-icc pn Judge Friedman To be Speaker 1 %  District Grand I pen housi ritl eeting Tuesdi i t Hillel y H'ri Y Prii I be J Elli Fl< pn sident I (he t presidei • < ; >,,, Left to right are Jack S. Popick, president ol the South Florida Division. American Friends of the Hebrew University; Charles Charcowsky, founder ot the new Hebrew University campus; Judge Louis Levinthal, chairman, board of governors of the Hebrew University at Jerusalem; and Maurice Revitz, chairman of a dinner meeting here last Saturday night at the Fontainebleau hotel in honor of Judge Levinthal. Florida State B'nai B'rith Plans Joint Adult Education Seminar Sunday Club Will ( Install Officers Installs! t>n bi f the M; .-. achusetti [ will be held • v al the St ville hct New offict rs are presi ... aid Rivkinn; .let pi sidi andcr S G ri son I \ man, Hf Wail Uerkman. A • :, : t Leo Bermi • ei Goodman; Cohen; hoi Samuel A. Rivs | CONTINENTAL D I N K G Q OOM Mian-.: C < • t5-noot" %  w: RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD., fViomi 226-1744 ifeoNTINENTALi V C ATER E R S v %  n> i •> NM till,,, t A joint adult Jewish education seminar and Florida state executive board meeting is scheduled by he Florida State Federation of Panelists for the occasion will in dude Rabbi Maurice Klein, of Southwest Jewish Center; Rabbi B Leon Hurwitt, of Temple 1 ol Hollvwood B'nai B'rith Lodges on Sunday at | rael. Daytona •he Hillel House of the University Samuel Jaffee ol Miami Charles Seiavitch, president of the Florida Stale Federation, announced the all-day function this week Guest speakers will include Mrs. Lily Edelman, national director of adult Jewish education, of Washington, DC, and Dr. Sol Neidich, of Beaufort, So. Caro lina, corrmissioner of adult Jewish education for District 5 of B'nai B'rith. The m< i ting will I egin -it 9 a m From i to i p m there will be the • • -' minar an I w buffet dinner from 4 to 6 p.m will conii ni r Wig Artists are Featured l. es' Auxil l! i tz P -' 682. Jewish War ial pi fi : N 15. 8.30 p.n al thi \o Miami Beai Beach; and Rabbi ol Temple Belh El. 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    Page 12-B fUn ist fkrkK&n Friday, November 9, 1962 Members cl the Temple Emeu hoaid of directors meet at Sit Hall tc plan the year's activities. Seated (left to riq Allen Goldberg. Hyland Kout, Louis S] %  president. Michael Sossin, Al Zablo, Jose] Cohen end Joseph Abelow. Stan to t) are Du Shapiro, Bill Cc~ : %  %  Ihe vol r %  Educators Unit Elects Officers %  ,. Hel re • Edu moe, h*W Sunday cvenI Beth I-' el Coi t| Ml %  ; %  I'au i \\i Ka; I H I h D %  '• %  JayceestoAid Defection Week Medical Center Campaign Picks Up Steam Here The campaign to build .i Greater Miami medical i nter ki Beergheba, Israel, picked up momentum this week with ann oincement ol a campaign cabinet by Mrs AnBrenner Meyers, chairman. Named to the cabinet were Dr, Milton Lubarr, Jacob Rifkin, Jos!'h Cohen, Rabbi Leon Kronish, iv Irving Lehrman, Dr, Julian A. Rickles Harry Gordon, Max Hecht, lulius Cooper, David Meyers, and w iliiam Agranoi e Mrs. Meyers announced a list of gome of the medical equipment which will be supplied by the $200,000 center in the capital city oi Israel's Nege\ region. An x-ray diagnostic unit, a mobile unit, an oxygen tent for polio, two viso-cardiettes, surgical instrument sterilizers, twin beam-cardiettes, surgical anesthesia apparatus, fiuoroscopes, a blood bank refrigerator and cranecgraph precision appartus for skull radiography all will be housed in the center. The drive to bmld the center is sponsored bj the Bi -u.c-i mal Council oi Kupat HohmHistadrut. Mrs Meyers called the • r "a lif< : health to tl • and ni'.'. immigra ol l ra 'Opportunity' Awards Dinner The fourth animal Equal Opportunity Day awards dinner will be held at the Everglades Hotel Sat urday, Nov 24 A yearly event focusing special attention on national brotherhood. Kill) is sponsored locally by the Greater Miami Urban League. Mrs. Louis Glasser is the 1962 EOD chairman. The Greater Miami Urban League, an agency of the United Fund, is administered by an interracial board of men and women from all walks of life. Mi %  • %  %  lecti 11 to 17 Dr Richar I \pplebaum •' tti i i lirman of community hi alth i I %  Jaycees, am ui t I he Jayt ei planned I 0 diabetic detet l led "dreypaks." to all di stores and hospitals in the South i a Dr. Applcbaum, who i on the committee hea led bj Dr Seymour l. Alterm in, chairman ol the diabi tii det( ction committee for the County Medical Assn m unced that his office v ill be available for further information regarding the drive. Plans for the campaign to raise S200.000 for the new medical center in Beersheba, Israel, sponsored by Greater Miami Jewry under the leadership of the Israel Histadrut Committee, are talked over by (left to right) Moshe Berman, executive director; Dr. Harry E. Wolk, president of the Temple Beth Sholom rotherhood; Michael Sossin. president of the Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood; end Irving Sachs, chairman of the boar dof directors of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami. Huge Vo*e For Dade County Floral Arrangement Talk Regular monthly meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple B'nai Sholom will take place at the Temple on Wednesday evening. At the conIn the w .ike ol an off Presidential tion year vote nationally, throughout Friday, and here in Dade county, Florida Sen Ge irge i > an easy victory • over his Republican nent, Emerson Rupert, with 113 vol to Rupert's 18.959 In the third district, for U.S. Representative former U.S. Sen Claude I'epper won over his Republican opponent, Robert A Peterson, with a tally of 59.514 t 0 43.782. thus returning him to Capitol Hill, from which he retired when he lost to Sen. Smathers in 1950. In the fourth district, it was Dante Fascell, Democrat, with 61.356 votes for the incumbent, to 35.528 for his Republican opponent. J. C. McGlon. In other races, Jerry W. Carter, retained his seat on the Railroad and Public Utilities Commission, with 95.364 votes to Republican H 1> mocr; %  lit US r VI S ei. Ri In scho >1 l iard race, il as a clean Democratic sweep: Jim Hen(in.over Ralph T Craigo, District 1: Ilelere J \ osl >h over Charles l' English, District i. and G, Holmes Braddock over Arthur A. Atkinson, District 3. Harvi y H Baker, Democrat, became Inland Navigation commissioner, winning easil) over Dick Merrcll, 58.ioo. In the judicial arena, among unopposed Democratic nominees. Judge Henrj L. Balaban led the ticket with 107.784 votes, Judge Raymond Nathan won another term as Small Claims Court Judge, with 100.210 votes. Jack A. Falk returned to Criminal Court with 100,316 votes In the fifth district. Jason Berkman gained 15,929 votes in his unopposed election as Justice of the Peace. B. Foster's 67.6*3; George L Hollo• u:-|,i:_L #r nil.J han. Democrat. 117.250. to retain "• Highlights Offered Safety Harbor Spa Adds New Modern Facility American Spas are reasserting themselves No longer i it neeesarj to go to such far sunning i as Baden, Austria; Bath. land; Vichy. France; or Weisbaden, Germany, for first class mireral I aths or drinking water from excellent mineral springs While European watering places n j i v great prestige. American Spas have everything that ito be found in Spas anywhere on the globe This is the belief ol John Marshall, president of the Association ol American Spas, upon the dedi catior of a new building as part of an i xpansion program at the Safe '. Harboi spa. Safet) Harbor, Fla "We have Spas in America with better facilities, better hotels and ail the God-given mineral elements found in the best of European Spas," Marshall said. The Safety Harbor Spa at Safety Harbor, Fla., builds its entire activities around mineral springs. These springs were discovered and named by Hernando DeSoto in May, 1539, when he sailed his ship into what is now known as Old Tampa Bay and anchored near some "healing springs" mentioned to him by Indians. Certain of his crew were healed of sickness after drinking their waters, and in gratitude Desoto gave these springs the mml "Espiritu Santo." %  : el A. Ka'.z president of B n be gur>st sp :' koff Combined C • • '. • %  Dupont PI y evening. Hew Ceiitsr To be Dedicai Surfside's new $ i ity Center will be la) afternoon with i monies also markii \ • Day. Flag i aisini ing ceremonies will gel d:i> under way il 2 ne center, 93r I -; ,\ e Mayor Sidney Kir. Louis Hoberm n Lee Howard. Irvin Raymond Wise will is to an ex| several hundred ol men. The Nautilus Junior High Band, under the due. I eph C, Caterir.o, will partii the dedication of the ci 110-piece band will plaj %  music m conjunction with erans' Day ceremonies, give a short program. Ribbon cutting cerem • be handled by Mayor Kit town manager Fred BOWi n Membn-s of the V. men • -ion of the Surfsi '. Bay 1 Bal Harbour Ch in Commerce will act as I Thej and members o. of the Library, voluntary zal ion w hich assists v il h City library lot ated ii center, will arrange • .inoi the library and other i ter facilities. A feature of the Dedi, iti program will be a cor< • %  ed b> the Surfside Music s The pn ..ram. to be : 8 30 p.m., will feature Joyc her. coloratura soprano, and Esti r.-ipi .is, concert pianist, hi I side residents, an I James J tenor Vice Mayor Iloberman. pr of the Music Society, announci that following the inaugural cert, a regular series of month!} concerts will start in December o a subscription basis Twelve years ago. Salem H. Barhis seat as State Representative B'nai B'rith Women, Ann Frank in Group 1. over Republican chalchapter, held a regular meeting elusion of the business agenda, the lengcr Charles English. 50.806; recently at the Park Lane anoff, N.D. Ph T, s wife November Circle will conduct a' Earl Faircloth. Democrat. 106.709. Cafeteria. Highlights of the B'nai Lisa, came to Safety Harbor from gift shop, including instruction in over Elwood T. Lippincott. Repub-! B'rith European and Israel trip New York State where they owned floral arrangements | lican. 54.660; and Carey Matthews. I were presented. I anr j operated a' restorium. Their ~ ideas of diet and guest welfare were transferred to this new sol ting and have flourished since Baranoff and Marshall act as iging directors. Dr. D ivid P Wollowick is medical director In ad lition to pi o\ iding rooms. individual diets, hot mineral baths physio-therapy, thi Spa also a complete entertainment ram Tl i im is under ii. direction ol Mrs Florence rly ol the Sans Souci al Miami Beach. Newest addition to Safety Harbor ia modern building centrally housing a lobby, offices, lout auditorium, television and card rooms. I hope Grandma^ likes rwi flowers* Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones a source of very comfort to alL r our •s are I real 1 VliAMl SfXClUW I itw.SM CI'.'ETERV Newest facility at Safety Harbor Spa in Safety JIarbor, Fla., features a lobby, offices, lounges, auditorium, and television and card rooms. This is first in the Spa's expansion program. J,/w// J^o 4.0 CohfUHXD MAUS0I ..,.," % %  M0 1-7693



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    Page 14-A •A #rw> ."*.# %  IFlrriiH''.^iir Friday. November 9, 1962* Browsing With Books: By HILARY M1NDLIN The Real Question Today is How We Shall Survive THE DILEMMA Of TMEMODERN JEW. By Joachim Prim. 218 pp. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 34 Beacon st. $4.50. QR. JOACHIM PRINZ, president of the American Jewish Congress and rabbi of Temple B'nai Abraham in Newark, begins his analysis of the dilemma of the modern Jew at its proper source, in recent history. The French emancipation in 1791 and the period of the Enlightenment in Europe held forth the promise of equality to Jews. It was a promise quickly broken by the waves of anti-Semitism which swept away Jewish hopes, dashing them finally on the rocks of Germany. In a brilliant capsule charting. Dr. Prinz navigates the nightmare years of the 19th and 20th centuries, culminating in the re markable movement which was Zionism and Us dream the State of Israel. The Zionist dilemma poses in microcosm the dilemma of Jewry as a whole. In an articulation which will please no Zionists. Dr. Prinz writes: "While until 1948 the Zionists acted as if there were a state, they now act as if there were no state The whole Zionist ideology, which presupposes a deterioration of Jewish positions all over the Diaspora, is no longer valid." As to Israel itself. the area in which she fails us "most tragically is religion Nothing has come from Jerusalem, not even a word. Against all expectations of a great renaissance of Judaism, what has emerged so far is the most debased form of religion: ritualism and politics.'" The major question for the "phenomenon" of Amer Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN No Difference in Style of Castro, Nasser Washington! CIDEL CASTRO'S Arab friend %  are still receiving Soviet offen I sive arms including items actually| named on the United States Navy's Cuban quarantine contraband list But should the Israeli Navy stop| and search Russian freighter; boun.1 for the Nile, the U.S. Stat| Department would never under stand. In any event. President Kennedy's bold challenge to the Soviet arms build-up in Cuba will have definite repercussions in the Middle Bast. Israel can no longer be asked to view dispassionately the hostile bases on its borders, similar as they are to the Cuba that provoked President Kennedy.October 22 blockade action. No one expects Premier Ben-Gurion to provide a quarantine o: Arab ports or for the Israeli Navj UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Bigotry Put in Focus w f I'mted Nations WRITING ABOUT human rights and the first against Anti-Sem%  al a time oi deep world crisis %  nay seem specious Indeed, tue irerj discussion here ol resolution [condemning "all manifestations of /'\L %  • •anal prejudice and national and ^B d|H rolitin iiiiitolcrani-j-" evoked de%  u. %  -!-.mi from cynics The> pointed out that, while the Security Council %  as debating the Cuban issue, with America's Adlai Stevenson squared off in verbal combat against Russia's Ambassador Zorin, the great auditorium was filling with a capacity crowd come to heal' a special United Nations Day concert bj the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra. Russia's great violinist, Hand Oistrakh, was the soloist, "Oistrakh fiddles while the Charter burns," quipped an East European correspondent bitterly. And yel isn't the dream of enjoyment ol human rights and human dignity what the I'mted Nations is really about? So—to human rights, That resolution cited above has been pending a long time The Sub-commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection ol Human Rights first rafted it. and adopted it, in the winter ol l The subcommiasion had shown excrement over the swastika plague that became world wide after exNazis smeared the Cologne synagogue with the hated Hitler symbol on Christmas Eve oi 1959 The Human Right.-. Commission, parent body ol the subcommission, passed its own resolution on the same subject. The Human Rights Commission's draft went to its parent body, the Economic and Social Council, where it was adopted At each of these stages, there were changes, some watering down. But it issti I a strong resolution Lasi year it finAssembly voted the resolution unanimously Other assigned to the Social. Cultural and Humanitarian Committee Tin committee just could not find the time to debate the draft in 1961. but voted to put it down lor detinue discussion this year. That's whenwe are new The resolution under debate doenot name any country: it is general in its application, against all countries Bui the Soviet Union is one of the prime targets. Others agafajSt whom il I-aimed are two Germans, Cast and West, where there are --till many Nazis, too many in public service, a number ol South American countries, where former Nazis and Fascist.have found a haven since thev escaped Allied justice after the defeat of Hitler and Mussolini; and, of course, the Arab states, where Jews are discriminated against Still, it is the USSR that occupies the center of the bullseye. That was made clear by the preparations for the debate on the item, officially known as "No. 47" on tinyear's Assembly agenda. to intercept ships delivering Soviet offensive arms, such as heavy jet bombers and missiles. Israel ha.I enouah trouble back in I960 when she intercepted and confiscated a Nazi war criminal. Mr. Adolf Eichman. in Argentina. The I'mted Arab Republic and Syria have received more TC-16 Soviet jet bombers than C S spokesmen estimated to be in Cuba at the time of the President's action The TC-16 bomber i> on the Navy's Cuban blacklist. Thi> gives Israel a better case in espousing her defensive need-. Israel can now cite the Kenned) proclamation. Arab military pilots and other personnel are being trained in the Soviet Cnion. Sino-Soviet bloc technicians are working in the Arab military establishment. There are even some of the West Her liners, we are committed to defend, working alongside Soviet technicians in Egypt, assembling rockets for Nasser The West German Government has yet to take effective action on such conduct of itcitizens, It the deceit practiced by Castro and the Soviets in Cuba occasioned American action, public opinion cannot expect Israel to face, unaided, the military supply collaboration of Nasser and the Soviets. The White House decision to sell Hawk antiaircraft missiles to Israel has already suggested a new policy. The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, which published Mich detailed photos of the Ifuss ian arms in Cuba, could not have missed the similar Russian weapons in Arab .state.-. In 1956, the Eisenhower-Dulles-Lodge team rush ed to the United Nations to side with Russia igainsl Israel's "quarantine" action in Sinai-Suez. Yet Israel was motivated by the same principle that motivate I President Kennedy on Ocl 22—a threatening Soviet-supplied militarj build-up on adjacent territory, There are differences The Cuban bases and jet bombers are undei direct Soviet militat trol Russian officers are present to restrain i trigger-happj Castro, Rut Nasser is free ol such restrait, his base the more dangerous because he act unilateral!) Nasser openly has proclaimed a goal of physically destroying Israel, a nation but one-tenth ol Egypt's population. Castro ha; said nothing about annexing the i nited Mate-.. There is another difference. Nasser in was actually sending commando raids into l-i territory. But Castro has made no such armed attacks on the United stateAre Soviet jet bomberless effective—or less "naughty" when based in Egypt than in Cuba? \xe Israeli.supposed to be less concerned about their security than American-' The Russian technicians in Cuba are a terrible menace What about similar Sino-Soviet bloc technicians in the Arab states? Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ can Jewry is whether it can survive in spite of freedom and democracy, as the author puts it. This is the old argument of whether it is persecution which has kept the Jews alive, but Dr. Prinz rings a few changes, not all of them on key. The American Jew's association with his group is a voluntary and therefore a moral act. he says — which is rather debatable — but he then goes on to contradict this by saying that the group structure, the cohesive economic and social nature of the Jewish community, has made assimilation "physically impossible." While he rightly believes that self-hatred is a psychiatric, not a Jewish, concern, his analysis of the American Jew's seff-affirmaticn as only a good beginning seemsomewhat harsh. Nevertheless, it sets the scene for the more valuable disciisson of this new "Homo judaicus" and what he will make of his survival and his Judaism For the real question is no longer whether we shall survive, but how we shall survive. And while l)r Prinz speaks briefly of the necessity of building a relationship with Israel, and of the importance of knowledge to both survival and the reasons for survival, he mostly flounders in a bog of sentimentality and Jewish poetics. Gleaming here and there are the valuable seeds of his thinking which should have borne fruit — particularly one calling for the liberation of organized Jewish religion from "those kindergarten approaches which call for chocolateflavored and sugar-coated Judaism, for easy-to-digesl set mons and social hustle and bustle." Dr. Prinz is elsewhere too gentle with his people it is criticism which makeprogress, not sweet poes.v Our Film Folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT About Molly Picon M Holly wood |OLLY PICON, the beloved first lady of the Yiddish stage and screen, inow in Hollywood making her English-language motion picture debut in "Come Blow Your Horn." from the Broadway comedy by Neil Simon, in which -In stars portraying Frank Sinatra mother, with another great Ji actor. Lee .1 Cobb. as the crooner's father Jill SI John (Oppenheimer), one of the most photographed young women in the world, appears as Prankie's slightly dumb but very lucious neighbor Molly and her husband. Jacob Kalich, an friends oi this columnist. We were together two year, ago m London where Miss Picon portra the Gertrude Berg role in "Majority of one posite the very British "Japanese" Robert Morlej She tells me now that she took a leave ol ah-< from the cast of the New York musical Milk Honey" to make the movie in Hollywood Mr Mrs. Kalich return to the East in November It vvain 194H when still in Na/i Gorman) l saw the firsl Yiddish language Molly Picon m winch was nade a year earlier m Warsaw, Poll Actually. Moll) Ia pro .net of the Lower East where she started in an amateur show at tin • d live it was Jacob Kalich who took her to Europe where she ,i|>pcarcd in England, Frat Russia. Poland. Rumania, Belgium. Switzerland; and to South Africa, South America, and of course to Israel Moll) Picon has remained on the top ol her profession tor over a quarter of a centur) sin peared frequently on TV, in luding the Ed Sui and .lack l'arr slums, and was seen m several Broadwav play>. such as •.Morning Star She and her husband have sold literati) millions and millions ol Bonds for Israel Molly sings and --peak.in man) languages, but prefers Yiddish, the language ol her heart, always managing to disarm her audieni Time Honored Custom of 'Putting on the Dog' UMHEN WE WERE kiddown south, a expression we md use was %  stuck up." I don't think it is any more It had • -. ul h ln current "stick 'em up it mes ting on the dog \l> father used ti buy odd lots ol -hoe.., that I usual!) wore mismates, so naturall) it was for me to be stuck up i was just stuck One boy I knew had sweet rolls for_ breakfasl in the morning; naturall) he had reaso being "stuck up." II you lived in a better house, you Could be "stuck up. There were a few who lived in a better house and even those whose parents could speak English well and weren't stuck up. but there were ,„„ many like that, it stands to reason. But there were some and thev would associate with us as though we too were of the manor born. President Ben-Zvi of Israel is not "stuck up" He insists. | am told, on shining his own -hoeOne dav he went out of his house and found the sentry guarding his home had not had lunch The sentry explained t'lit the soldier who was to have relieved him had not arrived. So Ben Zvi said to him: "You go ahead and take lunch. I II stand in your stead." This, I thmk. is carrying it too far. Suppose some foreign diplomats had arrived and seen the President ol Lrael standing guard? How would it look" And what would he say to thi diplomats' 1 "Go in, take a seat Then ian ol cop> ol Life Magazine on the table Make • self a (up of tea. I have to stay here and guard the President." Besides, I doubt whether Ben-Zvi is of the type hardy enough to guard the President I read a similar story about the soldier guardini I Gurion MrPaula Ben-Gurion asked him to go tor a bottle of milk. He answered it was his duty lo guard the Prime Minister So Paula said to him: "You go ahead and get the milk. I'll protect the Prime Minister' In this case, it's different Paula can guard the Prime Minister as well as any soldier. Paula doesn't even need a gun. They are simple democratic people, these rulers of Israel, they are not stuck up. Not Ben /.v i and Bcii-Curion alone, but all the host of pioneer builders of Israel. O J I)



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    h cy Page 2-A **wf#fr/**2C Ftiday, N ov emb( r Teen-Agers Map Annual Conclave Set for Dec. 9 Ninth annual teen age conclave 01 the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will take place on Sunday. Dec. 9. at the Duponl riaza hotel, it was announced by Donald LaBelle, staff coordinator for the event. Over 300 delegates from 30 clubs of senior hij^h age, sponsored l>> the Center, are expected to attend the funetion. Primary plans were made last week at a meeting of the conclave steering committee, at which each branch of the Center was represented. Members of the steering committee are Miami Branch. Dennis Aron son. Bob Lurie. Gail Smilan. Heidi Buchbinder and Sharle Rohan; Beach Branch. Arlene Silver Bonpresents Dr. Irving Lehrmcm with a Seie. 2£K iK^h'fi" Sroh to BSyS the ded.cat.on'ceremon.es of "Me Ami K Branch. C.ndf SSurd! Je^Cobin Israel. The Torch i. a gift to Me Ami s ^J !" £ en. Sharon Gloger and Bonnie Jewish National Fund and the Jewish community ot Urea Tempkins. Miami. Sef er Tor ah is Presented to First Settlers at Me Ami Dedication Nov. VI I Sefer Torah, gift fered the dedication \ D < itil il Si f< r Torah. gift from •!; Jewish communit) <>f Miami, was presented l0 the first .settlers of Me Ami. i itj i • Greater Miami in Isi was made at dedof Me Ami on \_. \'ir ithe latesl proI the Jewish National Fund Council here \ dication pilgrimage <>f Jewitj leaders lefl bj El Virlines lasl week to attend thi • ; ''s x attendan ce were of the Israel Government K ren Kayemeth Leisrael. Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach, chairman of the local Foundation for the Jewish National Fund, is leading the pilgrimage He presented th Torah al the ceremonies, and off*red the dedicate pr M was also schedule/ ,/* greetings to Me Ami Lfl Jaw.sh comm U n,ly „ 7 Miami. 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    Friday. November 9, 1962 knHtlffririirllifrtor' Pcge 11-A Varied Service Programs of B'nai B'rith Viewed By JUDGE MILTON FRIEDMAN litioi I lly we bless people by B ; hundert and z\ anzig." B'rith today iapproaching birthday with a membership .-. to 100.000 persons in thou,„nds of lodges throughout the Centered in its own buildin Washington, 1) C B'nai in incorporates programs such i \ lull Jewish E ucation, Armed rorces and Veterans, B'nai B'rith -, %  ': Oi janizations, Camp B'nai i ensh and Civic AlHillel Foundations, Israeli ims, National Jewish Monthd Vocational Service, Through Hillel, B'nai B'rith is functioning in 241 colleges the globe, where more than -> Jewish students have the iniiy of availing themselves home awaj from home, <>f i <• bj professional directors, nf r ceiving Jewish cultural .'iiIn District ."> alone, Pennsylvania south through ii have several Hillel lions and counsi lorships in B'nai B'rith Youth A arc %  i the need I Ji v ish i ader.-hip, B'nai aced a greal deal of i isis on its youth programs i teen-age bracket, Today. • i n gitered membership of the ; II B'rith Youth Organization is to 12.000, v ith close to 1.500 ters Emphasis in its pro is on leadership training i rship training conferences inIi seminars on Judaism, ills.HI of world problems, develi ol leadership skills and n the art.Sonic 150 B'nai have gone to Israel %  e past three summers for • se of touring the counrking in a kibbutz, and lie problems of Israel, 11' published seven Judaamphlets designed for teeni rs, representing a unique coni but ion toward the Jewish educa%  of high S< ho I youth [I established an L'lpan course %  ersal ional Hebrew i ,ia pan the si en week International rship Training Conference Jjdge Milton Friedman is 'mrved-ate past president of District i B'nai B'rith. He is known here for his broad identification in a variety of civic and cultural orSanitations. This article is in tribute to B'nai B'rith's current 'membership campaign. JUDGE MIITON A. FRIED/WAN BRY< >hasni Distrii t 5, alonj w ith app Ij 30 >•'.. pters in Da.ii intj Its progra social, al -• .ice, rel culture In the i i-ks ol last summer, in VI imi ne da) • .. %  raised S for tin \ ai u I hildn n's tal. The Adult Front The National Jewish Monthly. published by B'nai B'rith, covers .ill major developments in Jewish life during these significant years —-ucb as the capture, trial and execution of Fichmann, the worldwide swastika outbreak-, an.I surveys of Jewish oppression in the Soviet l ".ion The monthly, which i omi ii' i to all B'nai B'rith members, has the largest circulation in the world of any monthly l zinc written with Jewish com The Vdult Jewish Edut Comm ssioi B'rith. wl h as v "i' i .. 1959 hai beejj *V v< \> pin : the i lui itioi jram "i B'nai B'I i i Judaism h. ve < include a lel and in South Ami rii a, I %  • now is on a ye; idj -discussion program, :.,. %  ng as ts a I a "livl( arning group in everj %  i ai ii :• and lodgi A Visiting Scholar ser • ha en sel up, through which an outstanding personality is featured ai lectures aero.-s lhi country Dr Cecil Both, of Oxford University, England, was the visiting scholar in flic spring of 1962. Civic Affairs Today B'nai B'rith. through its Adull Education Commission, publishes a quarterly magazine, "Jewish Heritage." which has become a major cultural contribution to the Jewish community. The first two volumes oi the Great Hooks Series, so published by thi Commission, are in their second and third printw ith two more volun i d to appeal ti tl s year Although an organization devoti %  primarlj to sen ici I : B rith • ngagi : aclies ii i ommunity i \ rj i hase ol so< iet: 1 his is i through its C< mmission fdT hip and Civic Affairs. Its Employment of the Physically Handicapped program iout standIts Bl'" • Bank ; orgram is ttidelj supported. The Commission has n ce ved the Bo> Scouts of American Golden Jubilee Aw aril and the "Outstanding Citizenship Award" of the American Heritage Foundation. It is interesting to note that in Miami. Sholem Lodge sponsors a Boy Scout Troop composed solely of physically %  handicappi I children. supplying them with scoutmasters and funds. Veterans Program Membr> i I have continued to serve most devotedly in the non -•' tarian ser \ ice program in i %  i ry hi spital in this henyapiiere whj p,.'ii nl Parties and pres ents ha i i bute to and brotherhood. A hi1 : hi la was the construction ol a portable bowling ramp by a B nai B'rith Lodge, permitting wheel chair patients to howl expertly, Pratt General Hospital in Coral Gables is a major beneficiarj ol the physical labors of B'nai B'rith groups here. Speaking of bowling, B'nai B'rith has a National Bowling Assn with leagues throughout the country. We are proud of the B'nai B'rilh Building in Washington, D.C., which houses all our agencies and, in particcular, the Klutznick Exhibit Hall. This Hall is now listed as a tourist attraction in Washington in the AAA Tour Book and Board Ol Trade tourist literature. The Hall is named in honor of Phiiip M. Klutznick, a past president "I B'nai B'rith. who is a L'.S, Ambt -• ador to the United Nations. 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    Fcge 8-B +j€wisf FhrldHton Friday. November S 1962 WOMAN OF THE WEEK Richard was born where the famous tree grew, ttenced school in Monticell N.^ She became a legal secre, sne ..... profession, perhaps none ol the story would have happened She came to Miami with her at the heighl th< depression, and got a job as legal secretarj for the wonderful sum I U dollars a week, with a young attornej ned Melvin .1, Richard After six months, thej started dating, and r twi years thej were married. Janet says that .-he was boss then, but she doesn't say lor how li ng World War II, Lt Richard was overseas lor three year.-. Life went on as Zcllea, Wilde Engagement Tote! Mai • Zi a and .lay Morton Wilde anplanning to he married in January, ment of their ei mom i.being made bj the bride elect's parent.-. Mr. and Mr.Sol Zallea. of Wilmington, Del. Grand aughter ol Mr. and Mrs Rabinowitz, of Miami Beach, Miss Z..!U a is an alumna of F.lnura College and Berkeley, Nev York City. Her fiance is a graduate of the l i ,\, rsit} ol Di laware, and is now li | v, ih the Sh( II Ch< Co., oi Woodl urj S His pan nts arc Mr and M Samuel Wildi. ol Wilmington Miss Liebermen Is Engaged Engagement of Carole Lynne Lieberman and Alan Rosen is being announced here this week The future bride is the daughter usual.-except for the constant demand of Har(if Mrg Esther Lieberman, J ry. their .-mall son. who wanted his Mama to l ,, r|vU 1V( .,„,, th( ,.,., R hav< :. I aby and surprise Daddy when he came Lj t ,|,Vrman Daddy came home after the war. and the Richards had their second son. Rusty, Harry is now going to the University of Miami on a debating scholarship, and is fourth ranklebator in the country, taking after his she attended the University ol Miami, and Is at present taking a dental assistant course Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosen, of Watcrhury. Conn., father, all right. Now Rusty is starting in. js an accoun ting major at the I'mJANCT too. Wonder if Janet ever gets a word in. Throughout the years. Janet has been active in many organizations. She was a charter j member of North Shore B'nai B'rith. has been chairman of nursing clerks at Mt. Sinai, and involved in PTA. of course. She has just com| lei d two year.as president ol Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach Presently. .n area chairman for United Fund. Several years ago, while ng .'i North Carolina, the Richards learned to square dance. A-• %  :. athey came home, they started a group ol their nun. which ... ntinued to square dance every Monday night since then. The versity of Miami. No date has been set for the wed ding. Freemcns Reveal Marcia's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Louis Freeman, of Southgate Towers, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mar..re leading a square dance group this season for Temple Beth c j a Carol, to Leslie A Klein, -on ,-,m. of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Klein. 870 Its a full-time job. running a big house, doing organization work. w. 43rd ct. ng time to read, and going on quick trips with your husband. When The future bride is a cum it went to the White House for tea (which is actually orange juice graduate of the University of Micr punch and cookies Mrs. John Kennedy was in Greece, and Kthel ami and a member of Alpha Fp.Bobby's wife) acted as hostess It was quite thrilling to take your silon Rho. national radio-TV honchoice of sitting either in the Green or Red Room, Janet recalls. orary, and Phi Sigma Sigma sororMel never wants to do anything without Janet, so the result is that j ity. they arc never separated. She finds it exciting and stimulating to be Her fiance is a graduate of the married to someone in politics—who doesn"t know that Mel is a Miami ; University of Miami and a memBeach Councilman^ Asked if he was as fiery at home, she replies: "No,j ber of Alpha Delta Sigma, national he mav be a lion in the street, but he is a lamb at home. Anyway I aladvertising fraternity, and Tau Fp silon Phi fraternity. A January 27 wedding is planned. Technion Presents Scholarship Aid Three local Technion women returned this week from their first national convention in Philadelways think that he is right, and 1 am always on his side." HALP A CENTURY Fanny, looking lovely in a gold ensemble, stood at the door of Juniors Blue Room with her husband. Jack Weintraub, greeting their dinner ; guests. This was a wonderful evening. Her sisters, May Kurtz and Jenny (Mrs. Sam) Glickenhaus. remembered what a pretty bride she had been fifty years ago. It didn't seem that long. Of the fifty years they have been married, twenty-one of them were spent in Miami Among guests were Jack Rosen. Mrs. Ardelle Levine and her children, David and Martha. Mrs. Bertha Luria. Mrs. Gertie Cohen. Mrs Hattie phia. where they turned in funds Spiegel. Mrs. Lillian Brandenberg. and Dr. and Mrs. Dave Pink, and to sponsor three students at the Dr. Pink's mother. The couple were toasted in champagne on this, engineering college in Israel. their Golden Wedding anniversary. Cited for their achievement in • financing talented students were SUCH CLEVER IDEAS Mrs. Philip Thau, first president Even though the Roaring Twenties were way before their time, of the South Florida Women's diMarvin and Barbara Haven and Dr. David and Anita Kramer looked vision. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, as if that was where '.hey belonged when they greeted their guests at a costume party at the Haven home. Everyone came late, wanting to Ice a dramatic entrance Their get-ups were out of this world, and N thej got thi ill remain a mystery. Ed and Suzy Guthinn came dressed as Scutch and Soda—he was .1 and B, and she was da; and both were bottles eight feet tail. Everyone took a double take when Stewart an i Harriet Pearlman came in dressed as each other. Of curse, there *er< TV doctors and nurses galore. Bart ickie Cohen came I birthday i nts. while Charlie and Eenita Berman arrived a and chair. After a week of tense world affairs, everyone %  • %  %  his hair down and partied. Among ests were the D Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Steir, Dr : Mrs I'eter Rubelman, the Jack Furmans, the Larry BlasbergS, and T,. t -hni)n leaders 1 officerchecks totaling over $3,000 to cover tuition, hook-, and living and Mrs. Leo Rutstein They represented one of the youngest women's groups, organized just over a year ago, to aid Students who wish to further their higher education in science, tech nology, engineering, and research at Israel's most important university specifically geared to these fields. Ai:< legates f ir more thi i .'h Florida members, the three Fred and Barbara i FROM SOPHIE TUCKER m Africa came a salad bowl that actually looked as if it had been hacked out of a tree. Sophie sent it to Sidney and Esther Schwartz. ,• they are waiting for her to arrive so that Sid can mix up his favl • i. -,,.ad and show her how delicious it tastes in the bowl. No splinters. SEEN AROUND TOWN expenses for the three student-, ('.invention chairman. Mrs. Joseph H Schoenfeld, of Philadelphia, extended appreciation to the Florida contingent for the gdt Mrs. Thau meanwhile announced Everyone's teeth wen si Bight, white and gleaming at the big Iha ln *•* membership camrrund table in the dinine room at the Deauville. After all. it was part of the Alpha Omega fraternity. Dr. and Mrs. George Graham. Dr. and Mil Ernie Halpyrn, Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Krasne. and Dr. and MrHerman Korenvaes stopped eating long enough to greet Walter Levine, rational president, of Baltimore, and Dr. and Mrs. John Samuels, of i eland—he's national secretary Out at Doral Country Club on the dance floor Max Schwartz and Ethel Nagler were tripping the light fantastic toe; also the Marty Kurz..-. Irving and Shirley Miller were at a table with the William Erenners Trying to make up their minds about what to eat at the Jardin Suisse were Carolyn (Mrs. Robert D ) Grossman and her sister, Isa belle (Mrs. Joseph) Davidson. The Philip F. Thaus—Zelda stunning in deep rose and wearing an orchid—at a noted South Beach spot celebrating their thirty-sixth anniversary. paign would be stepped up in all parts of Dade county. Women's activities exclude fund rai functions, -he indicated. Women will preside as hostesses at the annual Technion banquet set for Wednesday, Nov 28, • Fontainebleau hotel. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 Einstein Hadassah „ Has Fashion Shew MISS MARILYN 1ALLIA Albert Einsti • ah will host I It M.yah at the West Club on Wedni Mrs. Seymour Shi of the group Program II ri l. is-, of tin national Hadassah, an Lewis Fashions i VI Mrs A li I] h I ei the di I., rner, whi show. Fashii: i ;. Mesdami Chadroff, \\ i Grossman, Fn Ha Lerner, Mi rli Roth, Sol Sai • son Coiffeurs wil bj Shirli v „ i ami Beach lin-t, sses an • li kv. chairman, and Mc Gadol, Max i D; ng Di nmark Da> i .lean Johnson, Samuel Henry Gilbert. Larrj Sam Spera. Alberl W Sdi Goldie Ticket chairmen are M Martin. MrI J Gold Louis Kantor, Bnd pledg handled bj MrI %  Id. Invocation will hi givi Bernard s Kramarsky benediction bj Mrs An The nati 11 em bj Mrs At* :. I j Mrs Car! Ri i %  Youth • %  %  -. I, I I • Ac •: MISS CAROL! UEBE*MAN Bikur Cholim Family Dinner Bikur Choir, i : -he lr.. ter will hold its nnual fi ner on Sundaj S p.m., al ter. 3196 SW 24tB Li Mi Mrs. Nathan Shenkin, of Bikus College, said thai men of the affairs are M back and Mrs Pearl CmMax Garshag will be t urmao of entertainment, which includes I stage show by 26 arti-'of the Grimm Dramatic School. In charge oi riserva MrHan> Karen and M %  lulius Steinberg. MISS MARCIA frilMAN Hope School Will Receive Assist Southwest M nut Grove Civitan Club am r.ces a preI irk( 'I i held this Fridaj al thi Grapeland Heij h's Park hall, 1550 \ .. 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    Friday, November 9, 1962 *Jeni§t ffrradfrcnn Page 7-A Att. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy receives the Stephen S. Wise Meda...on of the American Jewish Congress "Jor advancing [ freedom" horn Dr. Joachim Prinz. AJConqress presAt a dramatic dinner in New York only hours after the Cuban crisis ended, Kennedy said the U.S. must eliminate religious intolerance at home before it can hope to win the global struggle against Communism. Bob Kennedy Warns U.S. Must Eradicate Intolerance at Home to Beat Reds Abroad Israel Marks Dr. Weizmann's Wth Yahrzeit' Continued from Page 1-A amin" and "Rachael Mevaka Baneha," accompanied by the Israel Philharmonic. Lights in the square wen dimmed as 1 i lore hi were li nti d. Opening the countrywide Weiz mann ci mmemorative services eight scientists, statesmen and public figun s were awar It d lionurarj fellowships bj the Weizmann Institute of Sciei i c here Thej arc Dr Vera Weizmann; Dr Saul Adler, professor of parasitology at Hebrew University; Prof Curl .1 Burkhardt, modern history authorit) ; Dr. Goldmann; Hemrich G. Ritzel, member of the West (., r man Parliament: Lord Rothschild; Harry Sadler, pioneer British Zionist leader; and Prof, Victor F. Weisskopf, director-general of the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The award to Ilerr Rizel. a rare one from Israel to a German national, evoked a spontaneous wave Of applause when it was announced. He was described as a friend of Israel and of the Weizmann Institute. By Special Report \i:\V YoliK — Attorney ('.eneral Robert F Kennedy warned u-( • k that the l nited States r t end int< lerance al home before it can win an) struggle with the Soviet Union. major address delivered up ing the American Jew, conj ess Stephen S. Wise : ir \il\ancing Human Freedom, Kenned) declared: "We will not win this struggle just by confronting the enemy. What we do at home, in the final j analysis, is just as important. We il must accelerate our efforts to banish religious prejudice. i lal discrimination and any in• %  which denies to any Ai fhe right guaranteed tin n b) the Declaration of [ndeand the Constitution." • only hoiir^ after SovOrkin Sales Hit Record Peak nrkn Exterminating Company a: lunced thiweei record-break and earnings for the nine n th : erio-i ended July 31 Net e Hint'! afttr ra*es w*re tt.lSZ.7: ip • rom |1 820 OM for the same ast year representing an i %  Of 18 3 per cent air eari ings for the nine ths wi re BO cents as compared N cents for the same period y states and the 1),tel of Colum iet Premier Khrushchev had agreed to dismantle Russian missile bases in Cuba. Mr. Kennedy declared: "The confrontation between the I niti >i SI tes an the Soviet Union iin reality a confrontation of all roopie who believe in human dignity and freedom with those who believe the state is supreme. That iwhat this crisis is all about; that is why our ships are on station in the Caribbean and why American soldiers are on duty tonight in Wesl Berlin, South Vietnam and South K irea. "They are there for the > MIXreason the Maccabees stood their ground against Antiochus—for human dignity ami freedom." Mr, Kennedy praised the "lastirg accomplishments" of Stephen S. Wise, a founder ar.d :;n;time leader of the American Jewish Corgress, after whom ths award is named, as stemming from "a cortsurtvng love of freedom and justice ard great courage in fighting fcr both." These qualities, he said, were characteristic of ->ews "throughout history." Mr Kennedy also hailed the work ol the American Jewish Congress as a great contribution in the battle for full equalit) in a free society for all Americans." Dr. Joachim Prinz. of Newark. \ .1 national president of the AJCongress, presented the award. a bronze medallian, at a dinner in the Waldorf Astoria hotel here. He cited Mi Kennedy's "Vigor, courage and determination that testify eloquently to his deep commitment to freedom." Myer Feldman, a White House aide to President ivennedy, was among those present. He arrived for a six-day visit to Israel. Feldman, who made a much-publiciied visit to Israel earlier this year, met with Mr. Ben-Gurion and was scheduled to meet a second time with the Prime Minister, as well as with Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister. In Washington, Andrew Hatcher, a White House spokesman, said in a reply to an inquiry that Mr Keldman's current trip to Israel was "a private matter." and that the Presidential aide had gone to Israel to attend a function at the Weizmann Institute. JWV Post Plans Dedication Role The Hairy II. Cohen. SurfsideKay Harbor Post 723. JWV and Auxiliary, will participate in dedication services of the new Surfside Community Center. 93rd st. and Col lins ave., on Veterans Day. Sun day. 2 p.m. Com man ler Percy Kriedlander will lay a wreath on the War Memorial, and colors will be presented by the Color Guard. Post 723 and Auxiliary will hold future meetings at the Center on the second Wednesday of each month at 8 p m. To raise funds for its various activities, a card party will be held next Thursday night at the DiLido hotel. Review Hecht Book Luncheon meeting an I hook re view was held by the Louise Wise chapter of American Jewish ess i'ii Thursda) at the Lornbardv I otel Rabbi Samui I April ed •Perfidy." b) Ben Hecht, 1 QT. THERMOS YOUR CKOiCE OF FREE GIFTS Kjs. | -x ) Wh'n you open a new nccoonf of S2.SO.00 or more. 'Open Fr-dny Evcninqs 'Til 7:30" .'i>.v Student Group Elects Officers Religious school students of Reth Torah Congregation have elected the following officers: Mark Haddad, rabbi; Sandy Langler, gabbi; Gilbert Eistenberg, Paul Herman. Russell Kagan, Richard Kat/man and Richard Kaufman, shamashim; Michael Friedman, religiou chairman. 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    : 1962 "*• ICM Fct* nrr/rfi'tr 11-3 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl Study Needs of Service Personnel SEASON IN THE BALANCE: The Cuban crisis is sure to affect mal t it--trek here The big, bold type that appeared in n newspapers the past three weeks had enough impact tc ay WOUld-be travelers to this area no and in the near future. promotional campaigns are being readied to offset th se head and to lei >ut-oMown tourists know nothing's changed in oui resort area. This is excellent. But even more can be done. Nothing helps such a situation better than the personal touch." It v mid Only take five letters from each of us, in a letter writing campaign, to allay the fears of war-wary, would be tourists and inforn them that everything is A-OK in Greater Miami and Miami Beach — ;ir hostelries are ready, as usual, to welcome the sunand-fun irdes. Don't delay — write today. THE SPORTS SCENE: Open less than i year, the rvmarkabli ndition of the Doral Country Club's two IB-hole courses is tall of the local golfing fraternity. The fairways are plush and • sm • Localites are flockin in good chami ship layouts and par-three course Spotted there Internal i lirpori hotel ien< Alan iTrabert and Hoel i • r, Jei '-' Warn i i Ben Sei i : '"Uso Ted SewB Friedmai N • I ng. iods enl n Try Kin s %  :ondit;ori fayshore and Ni'-nardy Shores courses, under • r. lion c' — 5->"er Stu Boyle, delighting "ie hordes of Bcachi'es ng ,1/ |y >the municipal layouts. Enjoying them are Harry £ slander, Charlie Schwartz, iust hick from Atlantic City, Pinky Drabir Bonne ^c"enberg, Harry Relkir, Al 'Nettleton Shoes' Lop?:, Jcc Cole Coticilmen Wolfie Cohen Bernie Frank, Mel Richard, and Ccnty Com-i ssioner Harold Spaet. oldsters find 18 regular-sized holes too much for them, vantag the Beach's fine par-three layout, under Dorothy SUP % %  • Y' th directors >f local synagogues and affiliated organizations -ports pi igrams will find one of the largest and most varied goods rtod • in the south, at greatly reduced prices, at Kim215 NE 2nd ave. By the way, bossman Jerry Kimball will be pop for the first time any day now. with the stork scheduled i paj visit t ) the home of his son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and S ford Kimball ALCNG HOTEL ROW: The Saturday night gala dinner dance is il~ by the droves to Doral's Conquistador room. A table d'hote eluding -" 'ak or prime ribs, plus dancing to two orchestras. prii (9 75, is the magnet. There's no beverage minimum %  arge ,. iwner David Levlnson will be honored a> "1962 Man of • te v ear' the state of Israel Bindprogram in the Ellen* testimonial dinner will be sta ed Nov. 14 in :: \ i • Elron former Dcputj Commandi r ol l rael's • Pi .. >sl speaker. I %  m in a n eml er ol I i has been in the local hotel business some Kcsher cfir rg is now available at the Seville and Deauville. Estelll Polak rake care o* your needs at the Seville, while veteran fc;d executive Bill Goldring is the man to contact at the Deauville f} any sis function. rh orchestras '. an Smith an I E lie Cha< %  tei nate for •sioi n the smart Tack Room ol the Diplomat Guesl ts are \ lay and Saturda) al Sam Enedland's famed M Itampagne Night, with a dance contest under irvisi lancers Mario and Joan V'allo, who also perform. %  and national pros will compete in the Pro-Pro tournament at Continued 'rom Page 1-B some two weeks to study the needs at bases triers. Ro.'enbi rg revealed that two surej committees were formed at lie Sunday meeting. A human resource committee, headed by Sidley Goldin, administrative assist nt of Ml Sinai Hospital, this veek began alerting local Jewish tealth and welfare agencies about he role it is expected they will )lay in rendering services to miliary personnel and their dependints. "Host of the big hospitals in Jreater Miami have already been equested to make available 50 beds each in the event of an enier:ency." Rosenberg said. "Mt. Sinai s in this category." The committee includes Miss Minnie Feinberg, executive secre. rj of the National Council of fewish Women; and Ivan H. Cohen. ssistant director of Jewish FamLI} and Children's Service. Also set up here was a physical resources committee, headed by Efraim Gale, executive cVector of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and Edward Cohen, administrative director of Greenberg Heads Youth Parade Milford Greenhorn, member of the downtown Miami Optimist club. will mark his 11th year as "Youth Appreciation Week" parade marshall next Thursday. More than 6.000 boys and girls from all parts of Dade county will participate in the parade which will begin at 7 p.m., on the east side of the Miami River bridge on E. Flagler st.. and proceed east on Klager past a reviewing stand on the courthouse steps to a disperse aiea near SE 3rd st.. in downtown Miami. Parade judges include Miami Mayor Robert King High, Optimist officials and newspaper representatives Manny Goldstrich, of Miami Beach. Boy Work chairman for luthern region of Optimist International, will b< one ol the lop ranking i pl mist officials I i serve i! idge. Temple Israel, which early this week began serding cjt cjueslionaires to synagogues and all Jewirh orqanizat ; ons h?-e asking what facilities they would be able to provide for recreational act : vities and religious needs of military personnel. Already on the calendar of events • Chai perso inel %  on Christmas fuithsponsored t Pi er W en—all at US %  % %  adquarters h i at 337 NE 2nd ave. This interfaith move is designed to release I Jewish volunteers and s'aff memfor the entertainment ol servicej, rrs „r ijgo s0 % %  • • th.-y can .-; % %  men in the South Florida cnmmunrjhristmas ay with their families' ity are the following projects: at home. • A Thanksgiving Day program. # MwtBB Corps celebration ai ; Nov. 22. for Opa-locka personnel by chjca ms Saturday Nov. 10, the home hospitality committee, of manned by Miami's Junior which Mrs. Ruth Abelow is chair ^ ^.^ Vol inI er> man, whose function will be to provide transportation for men in uni• Religious services for the form to private home* here. military at Homestead, with Oneg • Cabana party for personnel Shabbat functions provided by the stationed at Homestead Air Force i Greater Miami Armed Services P.ase on Sunday. Nov. 25. at WestCommittee of the Jewish Welfare brookc Country Club • Board. Dil imal i club Nov. 8 Bob Toski, Ted Kroll, Dub Pagan a Ij i .r sign 'd to pi IJ i lefter offers a low hoti %  : M i excellent low priced package for guests al his kosher meals included. Religious ser\ ma i part ol %  Ex : held '• laily Nightly entertainment program i regulai i '. offered. S T :3E AN3 SCREEN NOTES: Ruth F %  i: ji VI Playhouse starting laturdaj N > -i roline Wol Vnii i %  %  ce Culler i • %  i : ouse prodi i :im e it opei i in plans a series of hit the Playhouse stage, including "The renth • idy I :'. Broadwaj smash, never shown h M -v casting for his nexl Galler> Playhouse presents owing "The Fifth Season" It'lennessee Williams' Cal on a i • rh Roof.' with Marino at lus playhouse for casting seaentj itill opi n. "Eoecaccia '70," the droll modem screen version of the Decameron, has been held over at the Carib. Miami and 163rd St. Theatres. Sophia Loren never looked more seductive than she does •n "The Raffle" sequence. Her fellow players give some of the best satirical characterizations of bug-eyed swains it's ever been my Pleasure to witness on screen. "Gigot," Jackie Gleason's well-ha.led French-made feature, follows. Peter Sellers. Ofle of the world's top comics, returns to local screens at the NOrmandie, Mnvfair and Parkway in "Waltz ol the Toreadors." As an aging general in love with a much younger lass. Sellers .-•nerates olentv emotional sparks. THE RESTAURANT ROUTE: The Julius Kasdms. of drug Store Ume, spotted at r > % %  .-. Sweets Morris Piken is the new manager ol 'be delightful Fireside, which offers complimentary orchids to milady evet .hi John Barney and his band now entertaining a' the Carriage Club Miami Springs Villas Barnes once trumpeted with ihrace Heidi Ray Kinney and Clyde McCoy bands Exotic dining delights Far East are featured il Middle Eas restaurant ... hlvd caterers Harold Ponl and Irvin Gordon report i better than ever Many Miamia tag th, ,,!, of German dishes al the Hofbrau House in Hallai |, i. Senior Citizens Discuss Issues The Jewish Liberal Culture group of Miami Beach, all retired senior citizens, meets daily from 10:30 a.m. until noon in Flamingo lark to read and discuss the main topics of daily and. weekly publications Twice a week, s Ossipof reads from the works of Sholom Aleichem, Abraham Rasill and I. L. Fridays N. %  '. Stern ''ent issues. i hairm Meyer i n, with Sa Lifl as al 52 Association Party 52 Associ ition i f Gre il r Miami will hold a membership cocktail party, on Sunda). 2 to 5 p m., at the Deauville h • LOCKSMITH Mtmbcr ESTABLISMEO IfN SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION ON ALL MAKES OF LOCKS Specialiiinq in Automobile Locll W Repair ft Install Th.m— While You Wait All Work Guaranteed FOREIGN CAR KSYS MAOI Distributors for locksmith SuMlitt Wt Stock I Ktpjir Act locks 757-2321 Samuel fieldUt 7297 N.W. 2nd AVE. I Mrs. Sol Goldstein (left) and Mrs. Alexander Kogan. of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, are on their way to the National Women's Leaque of the United Synagogue ol America convention at the Con~ord hotel in New York from Nov. 11 to Mrs. Goldstein, president of the group, will be a guest speaker. Bidding delegates farewell are Sisterhood members. Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg and Mrs. Samuel Weisen. FREE GOLF BALL WITH THIS AD One to .1 Customer! NEVER UNDERSOLD! Start Early For Xmas — Us* Our Lay-A-Way Now! SPALDING GOLF CLUB SET iemt JDarbtr -iuloijrapk 1942 MODELS $g950 4 WOODS L IST 56 00 — $34.S 8 IRONS LIST 82.00— 49.VS rUTTER LIST 10,25— 7.9S COMPLETE SET 4 WOODS & 9 IRONS SPALDING GOLF CLUB SETS SOQ95 NOW 5 IRONS—3. 5, T, 9 I PUTTER 2 WOODS—I and 3 GOLF BAG tj 13.M •! ti.TI 39 eo. Glovf Lotk*r GOLF S I Qft SHOES I •* t)o voi GOLF BAGS Vo 50% OFF Kimboll't Liquid Center GOLF BALLS $£95 A $12.00 Value — Only W ruACTici GOLF $150 BALLS %  Ot "Wkllo Tk lost" TENNIS RACKETS (095 UP TENNIS BALLS 2.71 $ 1 Re. 2.7S can ALL TOP JlTt HANDS I CAM BOWLING so BAGS O up Shoes $4.95 up ALL TO* LIRE I0LF CLUIJ. IBLF JI4TS. RlOVtJ, COVtRS, RAOIItl A ICeiltORIII WE TRADE GOLF CLUBS Compit*t line? o* QOLF CARTS • NADC0 • Hi *0f • WILSON stiut CART • SPALDINC KIMBALL'S SPORTING GOODS •Mlomi i Lsrfeit and Moif pittt Sportinf Goods Storo Com. 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    Friday. November 9, 1962 f Jet* i.#nor/cMaun Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE • riCL BY PUBLICATION F r RCUIT COURT OF THE NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF li OR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY No. 62C '0960 %  I SAN, %  FIN AN, SUIT FOR DIVORCE ,HN J FiNAN Avenue N. w V..i I, illN .1 FIN VN. .iv hereb) lhal I HI" "' I f r i... n filed r< quln 'i to ser % %  % %  cop) Vnswer or Pleading lo the i 'oiniilalnt nn I he Ha ntlff'a MKLVIN ri.VN. 310 Illsu, Miami, iH nd flli Vnswer or Plcadln : the Clerk f the Circuit i.. for. i he 18th da) "f N l„ r, 1962, otherwise 11• %  allcguII IU i '<>m|i| ilm M :ll be taken t you shall ipublished nnc. (01 foul i onsen utive week* JEWISH FLi iRIDIAN INI) ORDERED in Miami, I.'Hi day of October, i i: ITHERMAN, Clerk irl l lade I ount> Florida II) K M l.YMAN i leputy Clerk S FINN ivne Bids, %  .. Plaintiff 10 !!•--'>;. 11 2-i r &&£' fifrf &isr RY HEN RY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE Whsn the Messiah Comes, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE | NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. >N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10672 ,1,AK SAVINGS BANK OF KSEW YORK %  InN US, Trustee In SIMON SINSKBY .in,l NITBD STATES "IAMKUH'A ilanta NOTICE OF SUIT -: Ml IN MINSK B> \*K I'SK.Ni iWS: the i upotiHi .f said defenII mai i i--ii an i alive, and if %  hi unknow n hi Irs, ill > Is%  : ..-. assignees Hi ii" 1 v. trustees or othei claimiii ing h) i hmtigh, under nst mi) ••! the above %  i defi ndants who in di %  I b) notified i hal the i.-1 ai tlon has bi n Inii alnst you in the I In ill : Ihi ELEVENTH Ju Ii il • Floi Ida in and I .r HADE • %  .. Inpe -. inon -.<-•• upon ilesci Ibed real prop. 11) k II SCOTT I.A K K son SKI ni >N fix, ..i i "i'i• • Hie Hal then i Ii l-lal Book ••• al Pag. II ol ,i.l, Records "f lade Floi Ida, logelhi r w Ith • ian Blind* \. ..,, %  %  ,, ,i to rile your answ. to plaintiff complaint •- it ?i thi Clerk lit. aforesaid Court, and ii ve a eopv thereol n plaintiff's %  i n. v, M \ l: I'l.v FINE, I4tl I Fed. ral Kldg Miami S2, Floi Id i •. : than Vim mbi i IS, 1962 "i %  ,-. Pro I "onfi nan will lie enten I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I (hi II ni riodiKiioni IN n for the da) LEGAL NOTICE and B SAMCi iHEN, STATES : i .. I obi i :• %  1962 K II LEATHERMAN t'lrrk of the Circuit Court II) C P c.iPF.I.AND Deput) Clerk \l vl: I'l.N FINK foi Plaintiff I '.,1. I-', deral Itldg. .. Florida In 19-tt, 11 t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE El I V ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7651 A 11,1.1 VMS'BI ItCH US BANK %  %  !. k DODD, a nlngli man. : IV I .i >t' l >l 'I >, u slngh ind l.i H'lSE i' Rl ISS %  li ndanla NOTICE OF SUIT TY I.I 'I' I" 'I 'P. ii! ;.\i'K i'NKNl iWN, and kn .w n spouse 'if sa Id di fen. %  i Ii ,i ami alive, and if aald .in idead, the unknown heirs, llenors, • v grantees, ., • II ;. .,i othei tin uugh undei %  ii.,. above nami .1 ,~. .i 1 re hereb) notified that ••v, .... loned Hi I '.'ii lias beel ilnal > ou in the 'I i. Eleventh Judli lal Kloi Ida In and for I >ad< i %  lose a mortgage upoi di sci Ibed ri >l i" opert) IIIIH k 2, S'I IRWI >l> lib II IN, a. %  %  idini: lo the I'lal • I.I. d in I'lal Book %  i 13 of the Public Ri cordi "f County, Florida, together with %  %  • II in Blinds required to file your an claimanta ..i against defendants th. rull ClrV tin I the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10566 WEST SIHK 1El >KR \l. SAVINOS VN I > I.OA N A >. ol The Worn; n Club ..f Princeton, a dlssolvi .1 vol II assn. latlon, not kimw n t.> bi NOTICE OF INTENTI/'rN TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereb) given lhal I have Bled in) Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of Alvin Forman Knowles, deceased and lhal ..n the 29th day of November. 1962, will apply to Hi. Honorable County Judges ..f I i.i.l.. C iv. Florida, for approval of said Final Reporl and distribution and final discharge Administrator of the estati of above-named decedent This IM|I ..f i K'tober, 1962 AI.NSI.Ki: K. FERDIE Administrator AINSL.EE R FERDIE Attorney 1782 \v.-i Flagler St. Miami ;'.:.. Florida 10 ^ii. ii : %  -!•-!'. IN THE CIRCU-T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11470 THE HOl.l.AH SAV1NOS BANK i IF NEW > 'RK 'I'I'V Plaintiff. \ NORMAN EARI. VAN ORDER and ELSIE M VAN ORDER Ins wife, and FIRST N VTIoN M. BANK %  1 MIAMI l'. fendants, NOTICE OF SUIT TO NORMAN EARU VAN ORDER ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJen isfi fBoridUtMl solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4605 ior messenger service 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 II.KAM IN JR.,as vdmlnlatrator ol Veterans Affaii -. an I Ifflcer of the tHit %  .i Stall s of Ami rica, and hla successor* In sucl office, and hla ol theli Plaintiff, RALPH i M VNKI.I.A and VEDA MAN KM.A. In Ifi I lefi n.lams NOTICE OF SUIT TO l:\i.llli MANELUA and VEDA MANEI.l.A, his wife, if living, Including an) unknown spousea ol aald Defendants if the) have remarried, and If dead i" their unknown; i, \ i-.. -. urn ntees assii -. II ustees and all other persons claiming by, through, under oi agalnsl these Defendant* M hoy Idi II. ma) be unknown Yi .r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suii ha.been Isroughl against you b) .I s 'I l.KAS' iN, ill as Vdn %  >.. %  Veti rans Vffaii s, an Offi. ,,i the I'nlted States of Ami rlca, and In%  rs In such office, and in. or their assigns, In the aboveentitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage i ncumberlng th.folloi ing dee. r.oed proper!) w i.. f FIRST ADDI,.nd KI.SIE M VAN ORDER, '"i I, M ck • his wife TION TO CAROL CITY, according 711 Montgomer% si to thi plal thereof, recorded in Plal Syracusi Ne York Book 60, al ,'..-• 19, of the public You are herein notified lhal n Is of Dadi t'ounty, Florida; above captloned action has been Inand you are required tfile your anstituted agalnsl you in the Circuit awer with the Cl.-rk of -the circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial ClrCourt of Dad. Count) Florida, at the i. u li ol Florida In and fot Dadi CounCourthouse In .Miami. Florida, nn or i. to foreclose a mortgage upon Ihe befor. Novemb. 162, and to following described real propert) servi .. cop) ol such answer upon U.t s!" Block 73. Carol City. Second MYERS IlKIMAN. KAPLAN and Addition, according L. the plal then page 01 dead oi -J..II1Ss. Itors or throug ii members .11, .11. a n grantei s, unknown t.r.si • ril I. alive, and ihe unknown a.-\ i-.. -. KI antei and i n dother persons laiming by, ,,i under said unknown it alive, and If dead Ihelr heirs, de> i legatee* or ami ail |.. is..us know n "I having ••! %  laiming an) In.... i to the follow ing di aI land, to wll .t :'. PRINCETON PARK, scat R, agalnsl n th. Plal thereof, Book :. Pa -..:.!. f I'.nl. %  .1,1..f the 'ount). rding b ed ill I'll' Public R Florida You ami each of you ni" hereby notified ih.u lull hasbeen filed In the abovi named Court b) the above named plaintiffs for the purpose "f quieting title "f toe plaintiffs In and t.i the propert) Involved, hereinabove described \. H ARE HEREBY REQl'lREP lo s,.i\.. a cop) of your answ.r oi pleadings ,.n ARONtA'ITZ. SILVER i SCHER, the plaintiffs' attorneys, and !., ni,. on original In Ihe office ol ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court oi the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County, Florida, on or before Hi.^th da) "i November, I'Ji'i. In default .if which a Decree Pro ''.•nf,..-,. ill be tntered agaln.il ) ltd each of you. IM.NK AND ORDERED at .Minn Dade County, Florida, this S3rd day ,,f .. tobei. A li l2 E. B. LEATHERMAN, I 'I. i k of the i "n cull i '.iiirt l lade Counts, Florida i-, .,ii [I; C P. >PELAND 11, -;IIII> i "lei k ARONOVITZ. SILVER and SCHER \ii, II for I'lamtit i .;M Unsh s Building Miami 12, l-lmlda 1" ;'•'.. II .'-!i-lll omplainl with th aid i '.-in t. and • i upon plaintiff's IINK. nib Floor plaintiff the ai, COU) thel MARTIN • Federal in. IK Miami i:'. Florida let than November 88, I9U -.r i • Pro i'.mi. sao .vHi be entered ou. I' VTEI i i tctober ^4, IM1 E II, LEATHERMAN 1 li rk ..f ihe Circuit Court B) N A MKWKIT. Deput) I'blk FINE Plaintiff i >ade Federal Hl. < ngage in %  i. i Hi. fictitious name ol '•> ^ i'i HUT al S "> 110 Smith fay, -.nil il.il.lis. h*la., to reglstei said name uith M UlTIN M FIN LEY JONES, Trustee in Ilankrupti v. JOSEPH I. SH \^ %  CATHER1NEG. SHAW Inwife, VICTI H( V VS1LESKI and IRM '. VASII ,ESK I his wife, and the UNITED ST VIKS olAMERU 'A, 11. I. ndants NOTICE OF SUIT tid Ti You above si II lit Court hi caption* •'"I. I M Bad. Tall., 1 -" LI ol the Circuit mt). 1 lorida. "' > APARTMENTS ") lii int Sih ,i 1 '•. ^ N Sohmer, v. Pres, aller and 1.11111..11 Vpai i menti I niu-t N> ... I...V "' Rd Miami I ach ll i-9-H-i> .lUSKl'll I. SHAW and ('A'l'HER1NE U SHAW. RBS1DBM B UNKNOWN if alive and if dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, granti es, assign, es. Ilenora, creatrustees tti. i claimants claiming by, through, undei or agalnsl an) of the above namM defendants who are den-eased %  eb) notified that tne ,i a, tlon has i..-.n Ini agalnsl you In the Clr. ult i ih. ELEVENTH Judicial ,,, ult of Florida In and for DADE County to foreclose :. mortgag. upon the following descrlb. ,1 rea pi !; % %  %  lad 13. Block ".FIRST ADDI I ION TO CAROL CITY according to the i-iai thereof, recorded n Plal I k H Pago 19 % %  the Publii R< ords of Had.county, FlorMa. You an required to file yur an%  wai in idaintlffK complaint iin tne Clerk oi the aforesaid I ourt. and Ihereol I n plaintiffs M VRTIN FINE, I ith Floor |..,d.Federal Bldg Miami 12, Florida „,., fete, than November 19, IMJ •• i ,,,I b nfesao will be eniwad against you. liHieil i. in!" i 16, l.'"K II LEATHERMAN CI. rk of Hi. in. am Pourt B) C r COPELAND j leput) l "let k MARTIN KINK Attorney foi Plaint If I mh Flooi I>ade hed. ral B dg i .i \ .all. (seal) Miami 32, I 1 I 19-26, U/--9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11184 I.EN WOOD W FREAS, Plaintiff, MARGARET MAIIV FREAS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl' Margaret Mar) Fri as 31 cram Avenue i: I-I irange, New J. i se) Von, Margaret Mar) Fi-eas, are hereb) notified thai %  Bill ol Complain) for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you, and you are required to s.ive a cop} of your Answer or Pleading t.i the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. Hllers F. Silverman M-112 Biscayne Building, Miami jo I-1. ni, la. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the ..ffi.-.of Ihe Clerk of ih.Circuit Court on a' Wtore the 19th day of November, ir v..ii fail in do so, Judgment taull 'll l"' tak.-n agalnsl the relief demanded in the Complain! This notice hall be pulillehed onco | each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I l ORIDIAN la>.NK AND ORDERED at Miami. piorida, this 17th .ia> .-i Ootobei • 1962. E \; LBATHER.V VN Clerk, circuit Court, Dade t'ounty, Florida ,.,,,11 B) K. M l.YMAN |>.inii\ CI. k HII.KUY F. SILVERifAN Ml 12 Hi-, ay ne Uuiluliuj Miami 12, Fl. Att.n ne) fur Plaintiff 10. IH-L'6, 11 2-9 1HK2 b) il.you for Hill of : r. corded in Plal Book ;>. Sheet I, ..f the publii %  ; Dade County, Florida, toWlth I h. follow ini; 11. Ills ll propert) which are located in and permanently Installed as a pan >>t the Improvements ls|>osal FA.'.RSR. (!.E frlgi ratoi I.W-I I, I; E b In • and Italic..!-".."."> an.I .1 .'..'T. Venetian Blinds and Traverse Rods, Two i .'i Tub .in ..sin es You are required to file youi answ.i I., plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of ih.nfori said 'oui t, and serv. a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, mh 1' i Dade Federal Bldg Miami 12, Floi Ida. in•! later than Novembei 28, !: %  >;:.' or a Decree Pro Confesso will b. I.I %  agalnsl \ou. DATE11 Ictober 24, 1962 E. I: LEATHERMAN lerk of tne Circuit Com t is. ah B) N A HEWETT, Deputy i "lerk MARTIN FINK Attorne) for Plaintiff Ulh Ho.r Had. P. .1. i al R|d| Miami .... 1-1..I Ida 111 :>'.. 1 I L'-'.'-lK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 9251 THE WILLIAMSBCRGH SAVING8 HANK, Plaintiff. 1. s JttESCHARLES 11 \NN \ll and MARY LEE HANNAH his wife, MAN! Kl.o iMRASand JAY COMKAS and ARLENE cuMUAS his wife, and JOHN P SHALE .11! I'. I. n.lain NOTICE OF SUIT in JAY COMR \s and ARLENB COMRA8 Ins WIN 106 Crowells Ro id Highland Park, N J You are hereb) notified lhal th.ihovi t-aptloffed action has been Instituted agalnsl you In th. Circuit court of Ihe Eleventh Judicial Clr, mt of Florida In and ror Dade Coun ty to foreclose a mortgage upon Ihe buslnesi following described real property: l..,t .'ii iii Bio. k 87 of FIRST Al 'I HTION Tti CAROL CITY, according t.. th,I'lai thereof, recorded in Plat Book ii". al Page 19, ..f the Public Records of Dade County, Florldd You are required i" file your answer i" Palntlff's complaint with the clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorne] MAKTIN FINK, nth Floor Hade Federal Bldg Miami :(:'. Florida, nut later than Novembei 26, 1962 or a Decree ProConfeaso will be entetid agalnsl you. I lai.-.l i Ictober 23, 196! K ll LEATHERMAN, 'lerk of the I 'Irculi Court .-.all By: K M l.YMAN Deputy cl.-rk MARTIN FINE Attorne) for Plaintiff mh Fl Had.Federal Bids. Miami 22, Kt--i Ida in 26, ll .'--l CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorneys, : -.Bl< ven-Flfty Bulldng, i i. s.W. First Street, Miami :lti. I lot Ida on "i bcfc.i e .-. %  .1 date, as required i.'. Ih. laws %  : Florida. If you fail tn do no, the complaint will be taken as ..ni.----it b) you and a D. ..... I'm Confesso "ill be entered )ou i.'i the i". lief demand, d in ih.complaint DATED this :'iili day of October, i: B LEATHERMAN Clei k ol in. i 'irculi • 'ourt i >ade Count). llorida iseall B) N A HEWETT, i >eput) Clerk Myers, Helman, Kaplan and Catsman i:i. ci i -Kin-. Building ii...i s w First Stre. i „ %  Miami 36, Floi Ida l" 26, 11 2--l NOTICE UNDEPi FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring t.. engage in business undei the fictitious name of AI'C.I'ST BROS. BAKERY at Ml S W Mli Street, Miami. Florida intends t.> register said name with the Clerk .f th.Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. Al ci ST BAKBRT, INC. ... l'!a Corp.) ARTHl'R At HIST Attorn.) foi Applicant 601 Alnsle) Bldg. in 19-26, 11 2-!> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaga In business under the fictitious, name of Mar. ham. I'.ikins. Cook and Schenerlein al M10! Blscayne Building. Miami. Fla in.end l.. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol I iale County. Florida MARCHANT AND PERKINS. PROI Kssii i.NAL Assi ~ lA'I'lo.V, la Fla Corp.) ill 19-26. 11 :'-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, '•ring lo engage In under the fictitious name of CHEZ KIONNE ai vv > S.W. i^tl Terrace, Miami i", Florida int.nils to reglstei said nam. with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Corn of Had.Coonty, Florida .MARILYN Mil TACK Sole i Iw ner JIM MclXlNALD Attorne) for Applicant :u.". N Kinin. A\e Homestead 10 26, ii 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei He In in i>u name ..I THE BIG WICS al 111? N K 163rd Street, North Miami Beach, hlorlda Intend 1" register said name willi ih. Clerk >.f th.CitCUil Cint of Dade c ii • %  Floi Ida UYN \ S.\ i:iHNKIl c \i:..i.VN MuMi \Y KI.IAS SOREN Vttoi ne> for R) na Sneldni r and 'arol) n Monda) n •_' '.• i ii 23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, de ring to engage in business under the fictitious name of \i:i'K I TOWN ..i 9820 N.W 7th \\. Miami. Fla. and elsewhere In Dade Co Fla Intenda to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Clrcull Courl of Dade County, Florida. CARPET TOWN, INC. By: George Lighthall President V ROBERT CARLISLE \tt..in.) tor Apt Hi i ^n s E Knsi Avenue Miami 12, Florida in :'.;. 11 2-9-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th, iin.i, rsii:n. d, desiring to engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of SOOTH ii < -KII • \ \.H:NCY at P.O Box 61-1922, Miami 61, Florida Intend! 10 reglstei said nam. m'ti the Clerk ..f tin ch. in; Court ..i Dade County, Florida ll: VNK l" il'GLAS Sole i 'a in i in : %  •!. 11 2-9-16



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    Friday, November 9. 1962 kn-itlh ThrkMom Page 9-B urm yours, h <£. JitIt Zi B'nai B>Hh Women's Naficnai President To be In Miami for Special Luncheon Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of Miss Forsberg, who was ordain B'nai H'riih Women, District No e d to the TongregationaT Christian 5 announced Wednesday that Mrs f mM m mh made ner mos Moe Kudicr. rational presi ent of the organization, will fly to Miami recenl tour of Isrnel ,n ,h0 sum on Wednesday, Nov. 28, to particimer and fall of l9t>o She devoted pate in the Todah-Thanksgiving her two-month tour to intensive luncheon at the Deauville hotel. slll(lv jn ,,,. .„.,.., of education, immigrant absorption, religious communities ;ind Aral> affairs. During ment at a coffee-and dessert meeting .f the host mmittee Wedn .,„ ,,.,,, Miss Forsberg lived with daj at n ion in the Gigi room of the ... ,, towns villages, C E3ARS of Lebanon Auxiliary lection. Her royal blue velvet len Gi dmothers s at a brilliant lunchit 1 laj at the Fontainei hoi : %  i an ol the Cedars W >m Division, Mrs Samuel T. i ri i ted attendees wearan oversize floral print enin shi des of magenta and nported from France. Her : pill-box hat was made of iated swirls of red and pink Aore only one piece of jewher newly-acquired Golden other charm studded with diamonds. Herschel Leschel chose a form-fitting dress in the -style, with the A look and neckline. She wore three rter-length black leather with eight buttons and black accessories. \ -ilk costume suit in hot pink : unded shawl collar was se: l>> Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz. lacket lining was of flowered and rose silk, and her ath dress was caught with a trimmed belt. She won' a irand pearl necklace, whl/j bag and beaded gloves. • three-dimensional diamond tail r.i.:si t with 24 emerald • ins. was designed by her nd, a noted diamond exMrs George Soule wore a royal Italian knit sweater -kirt out %  trimmed in two-inch bands of while. Jtcr accessories, earrings and necklace accented tiny red. white and blue imported heads. %  • • A pale aqua raw silk jacket and ** dress ensemble was Mrs. Jack Katzman's choice, emphasizing a dramatic cowl neckline. She wore three-button Kton style cutaway acket and a single strand pearl necklace Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. I resident of the Cedars Auxiliary. i re an austere black French knit -.ii! trimmed in gold and simple ack and white accessories t<> atch The belted shift in royal and emerald green with boat%  k collar was the choice of Mrs. • n Lieberman. Her huge blue fur hat and white i s, plus diamond-and-pearl | -• completed her costume • popular Italian knit sheath, •h gold-trimmed embroid* red A Mrs David Stuzin's sel ml aii el au hotel. Mrs, Reich rep that Mrs cloche-type hat was decoral Kudler will %  %  h r the Rei ed with a dart-shaped sapphire N : : > E.abelh Forabere. New A chanel style jacket t ipped Mi Irwin Potash's thrci piece Italian knit and black slei u welled I louse outfit II. r "Garbo Slouch" hat was fashioned of white leather, encircled by a tune inch hand of black moire. She wore \ hite leathi r gloves to match As a sharp contrast, she' chose a glowing six--strand pearl necklace. Mrs Edwin S. Shirley came :n a creation of full skirted white chiffon trimmed in black velvet Three giant black buttons of matching velvet decorated the blouse. Her smart black toque was neatly offset with three diamonds. A black silk shirtwaist was Mrs. Sidney Lewis' ehoue. topped with a white fur belt Breton hat. ajRS. William Shaves chose a %  a beig< -colored suit and a |< se-knit red jacket, dec r te I in early American Indian symbols at the hem A red cloche-type straw hat completed her ensemble. A classic grey wool dress and turban to match was Mrs. Howard GrOSklOSS' ehoue for the luncheon. An Italian knit of white and plum was worn by Mrs. Milton Nadel. Het white sheath was trimmed with plum-colored buttons, and the plum jacket featured white inserts at the top of her sleeves. Her color scheme was carried out to her plum and white spectator shoes. Mrs. Sy Robbins chose the classic shirtwaist. A black and white abstract print bodice topped her white silk sheath. A wool tweed in plum and olive was the choice of Mrs Sam Nedclman. Her sheath featured bracelet-length sleeves and a deep flounce at the hemline. Mrs. Gidney Langer's silk ensemble was in black and white. Her skirt and jacket were in black, and the print in her bodice lined her jacket, and was also repeated in her custom -made hat Mrs Milton Adler's blue -ilk sheath was accented with a double strand of pearls and a blue jeweled clasp on her necklace i %  i and pi i '. the Nationa Conference of Christians and -lews. and holder ol the B'nai B'rith 11 it %  andii Citizens Award. Ri %  •. Forsberg will be guest speaker at the Todah-Thanksf luncheon, the first ol its kin.-: in the United states, ehich is expect (! to set a pattern I ir B'nai B'rith groups through ation Mrs. Gerald Soltz, B'nai B'rith iii tai m.-. and sh • w orked f ir a v i ,N on a kil bulz on the %  i i am se bi rd< r. in 1957, Miss Forsberg was a r oi a group ol 22 clei nen, social workers, college professors and newspapermen who partici| ated in a study tour ol the Middle Fast, visiting Israel and the Arab countries, and conferring with oi (standing diplomats. An honor graduate ol Denison l niversity, ().. where she was electto Phi Beta Kappa, she went Women's leader, will he chairman on to earn a Bachelor of Divinity ol the Todah-Thanlcsgiving lunchdegree at Yale Divinity School. eon The B'nai B'rith Men and WornMrs Soltz pointed out that the en of Patterson in IUIS conferred national spotlight would be on the their "Outstanding Citizen Award'' luncheon as a result of the partici on her in recognition of her conpation of Mrs Kudler and the Rev. tributions to the community in the Forsberg. area f intergroup relations Journal Luncheon For Academy Unit First journal luncheon of the Hebrew Academy Women has been Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of B'nai B'rith Women. District No. 5. who developed the idea for the Todah Thanksgiving luncheon in conference with the nationcl executive board of the organization in Washington. Cpera Committee Plans Function Miami Beach committee for the advancement of Grand Opera held its first luncheon on Tuesday at the Morton Towers restaurant. Dr. anil Mrs. Leonard Jacobson hosted the luncheon. Dr. Jacobson is chairman of the committei Mrs. Emil Morton. Mrs Daniel Schlapik, Mrs. David Hochberg and Mrs. Jacobson are chairmen of set sir Wednesday. Nov 28. at the the dame, to be held at the Eden home of Mr and Mrs. Leonard Hoc hotel on Wednesday. Dee 5 Rosen. 10010 Broadview dr., Mrs Joseph Shapiro, president, announced this week Proceeds from the annual yearbock project, chaired by Miss Sue Berkowitz. are used for the daily maintenance of the school Guest oi honor at the luncheon will be Mrs. H. H. Rosenhouse. who organized Hebrew Academy Women when her son became a student at the Academy. She has served as vice president of the Academy and president of the PTA Architect Morris l.apidus is designing a "theatre-in-the-round" fi i the Pompeii room Rabbi Will Review Bcoks A series of book reviews by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will be sponsored by Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood, one a month from November through March. First book to be reviewed will For the past four years, be "The Rothschilds." by FrederitURS. M. H. ROStNHOUSC she has been membership chairMorton, on Monday evening in man. and for three years served sklar Auditorium of the Temple as journal chairman. Chairman of the scries is Mrs. Ben Fabric. Zamora Planning Varied Activities vic*' woo h(-'C 'O.I IiO Temple Zamora Sisterhood meeting Wednesday evening at the Temple will be in honor of Jewish Book Month and feature a review of Harry Golden's "Your F.nSingers in the sextet are Harry' Pines. Joseph Kvvart. Cy Spectei Hilbert Lcavitt. Joel Cohen and Sam Miller Chairman of the affair is Mrs. titled." by Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cy Spector, assisted by Mrs liar S tie* was worn by Mrs Sidney i More Than lust a Vocation I I Si=ETY HARBOR, FLORIDA I "FREE GOLF" One Hour fo Tampa and St. Pcle. Tel. 726-1161 white moygashel Palmer topped with a chanel style jacket i f tan -erine a mohair. 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    Friday. November 9. 1962 *Je*isfi ncrkH&n Page 13-A t ... ipi i'i %  .. SAYINGS OF FATHERS Berakot. 7. A curings of conscience fa a ins heart is better than all the M nftmgs^ ma* remit. • \K t Jc-Rabhi Nathan, chap. 15. Rabbi EUezer ben Hyrcanui saij •:f day before thy death H '',:.-lfs a>J(fJ hlffl "Hu> is nble /or a tnjn to repent one re his death, since he does ii :< on what day he shall II, replied "So much die .;•< 'i IN ther? that lie should every day !r.i he die the T'm% Kill .ill hi! daVJ ":ul ones." • Yoma, 86b Simf • !.' fetu i • .... il tins lo Repent iii ; • %  Jn ontii spoki 'i "peacetence" w hich w is I, for their relationship was anything but peaceful \thi grew older. Service* ultia Weekend 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 returned as proor of their lateness. I RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFf enemy within fighting grew stronger Thej fr n si cks and stones lo mortars and missiles Th ir father's patience was wearing thin. For al h he felt thai growing up would teach them to live in peace adulthood was slow in coming The brothers could not understand thai each eh.Id was equally precious in his father, having been created in his image And so their strife continued. The best that maid be hoped for was a temporary truce. call< I tn regain some of the strength sapped by the previous combat i hildhood gave way to adolescence', hut maturity never seemed I rive. In fact, the father was about read) to give up hope, convinced thai he was raising a gang ol confirmed, perennial juvenile delinquents AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday B:30 a m Sermon: "Who Waa the Hrnl Reformer in Jewish History?" Bar Mltsvah: Knrlquo, aim -i.in Fein. • • %  • -BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralrla ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louia Rottman. St rn > %  Ti 11 -• — BETH JACOB 30--311 Washington ave. Orth;aax. Rabbi Tioor Stern. CantorMaurice Mamcnes. I i %  Sat ii* il %  -n %  [ J Vim — • — 3ETH KODESH. 1*01 SW ::th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Kriilni ~ '' Vi %  i rwanl S itui da) • i-" s''A IVr. nni il I'n l'..in H • ml GEMS OF WISDOM f\ %  :.; % % % %  m lUtll Lrr the %  tdlve U'orty rum PROA ERBS • • unse -: %  you u I Ifi not die in .., icfi -ii eel wire. UPOCRYPHA I .. %  • %  u •' k 1 • • %  N • What Is the "Tosofta?" I isefta" is a collection of ol the "Tanaim" arranged f M ii, M mild, son M One day, a serious crisis broke OUt, which threatened to destroy Mack Uttman the entire family. The brothers, divide,! into two armed camps, were approaching each other with all their accumulated, naked power exposed. They were on a collision course, and the moment of truth had arrived Here, the strangest thing happened. The combatants, instead of lunging, stared at one another for a moment of frozen silence, then thi ame order as the Ifishnah, melted away from the expected clash. For in that terrifying moment. ollectiOO assembled by Rab-, they had grasped the stark reality that the mortal enemy was in fact bi Judah the Briucei. It therefore, their own selves. They then bemoaned all the years of futile fury M '., x has the form of a code of law like •he Mishnah, The term "Tosefta" means "addition'" in the sense that is an additional code that the primary code is the Mishnah. The lultii'tt-d b) the „ I'miurcKation BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky — • — BETH TORAH. i>4tn st. "d NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. baum. IMIII.IV 5:3o and in p.m Saturda) s r. i m Bar Mltavah Ijeonard, son f Mr and Mr.Solomon Tonnkid ,i Mr and .MrNathan and wasted bloodshed. sturman # They begM to understand their father's words. "Behold, how good CORAL WAY JEWI SH CENTER and how sweet it Is for brothers to dwell together in unity." Unity. c.ns.r..i. rasw ^n ,.. M.they realized, could bring unlimited heights of mutual benefit and Gershon Levin. progress. By working with, instead of against each other, they could Frldas v Llttli \'"' i* ii 'l-ii' Saturda> I isefta" sometimes explains the build their family as a secure and powerlul force for good. They thus vY, ., m Bin Mltavah Larry, son ol -'in.ih and gives reasons for its fell upon each other in a firm and passionate embrace, pledging eternal Mr and Mm irvlngPeppei Sometimes it gives variant l fidelity and love ions to laws which are quoted Their proud father looked on with a smile of approval. And so alter il dissenl in the Mishnah. At a i, )n j> anf | difficult childhood, the family—named mankind—finally grew il has laws winch are con-1 uPi ;iI1 d the) lived happily ever after. in the laws of the Mishnah are occasions when it adds to the laws of Mishnah. • • Y.hat is "Midrash?" Midrash is a general term %  'n collections of statements, %  iily ;md late, which directly et or derive law s and oar(rom the Bible The term from a root meaning "to Congregation Beth El, of .""'" SM or "to derive." Since 17th ave., Miami, had its origin in i was original code and the old Beth David Orthodox Syna ; Jewish history, the natgogue on N.W 3rd ave. In 1927, lence ol events was that the congregation left its old quar firsl tried to deduce from ters and rented a building on SW 3i Congregation Beth El i .1 in Spiritual Leaders o| • % %  Miami il A IITZ Coord 11 DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richttr. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Prlda) S r. i' in •"" %  'in..n "Should Jews Prone!)' %  '• Sl %  : a in S.-riii • Pi rtlon of the w k Bar Mltxvah Brm • %  •" %  •' M' %  "" l MrMorrl* Nagler FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen %  ridai mil 15 p "i Sl ''"'."" in itar Mlti h Rdward .., %  M r ii ml MrLewis Pom : M — • — TEMPLE B'NAI S-OLOM. 16800 22nd ave. C native. RaDoi S. M. Machtei. %  %  %  • %  %  S< rvlci dr. I. o| Hi.) TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Frlda> ':1a p "> Sei mon; "t>ttera ii-,in the i:.n Ih bj Mark Twain. — • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordeeai Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown. FTlda> s r, n.m Sermon: "Rabbis In i i iform Chaplnlno i>nt. nnlal ibbath Saturdaj l:30 a.m Bar M I vah leffrej w>n ,f Mr. and Mr". Hrherl Blate, — • — TEMPLE MF.NORAH. 820 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. — • -TEMPLE NER TAMlu. 80th at. ana) Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. 1 |da) S:15 p m Sermon "I 'ommi I ,,I'I ill.Current Bible Controvers) Saturda) *: is a.n t" % %  %  -• % %  Rtlon "C n,-u atudenta — • — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. |. ridai ''.'' p "i Sermon t <• % %  rti %  | ||\er< ,l % %  %  Stevi n ''• %  %  ld< nl %  thiM.utli roup which 'lll ronduet ..iv ... Saturda) 11 ;i m. Bar Mltvi.h HIIM ird %  M and Mra. Koherl Popowlta — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Giant* Sermoi Irnw %  \ • II,..• %  >m Shu i.i,.' '. ,,., h,,,, Salur.l i ii 'ii laws and narratives, P / %  • '\ C IICJIOII •7/,c s, lUe. \ C t %  \\ : %  Anti Jewish Attitudes Found si for twenty live dollara month. and changed its name to Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. The ding was later purchased for a modest sum Before long, the facilities proved too small for Its growing mi mbership, and the property club, and Young Adult in SW IT''", ave., and sixth sl was among its affiliates, purchased KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Raobi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Sal la) ., in n Walklim th i e — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB ?' St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. I,„ ->•.;. in Sermon T hi Ni • ii hurt) new I null %  in lie %  %  %  i a in. S I ,. I,,l>li 11 TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 1025 Cltlbs NE :83rd It.. Miami Gardens rd. RabB, Jonah E.Capian. Cantor Morris Berger. |-| laj s.l II m s'e I'" -lews Leaders of Beth El include Rab .; ''/;. In 1940 Ihe present synagogue, bi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader; v ',„ ,., B ,,,„„,, Beth El. was constructAte Chief, president; Philip BerBET T," A VT 9 5o N. Ken,., ed there As the congregation had kowitz, honorarj life president. 0r So M am ,. R ii, ra Rabbi lewish no classroom, the Hebrew school an< j \i, s Jack Shapiro Sisterhood Herbert Baumgard. canto-Charles according to a psychia still mei in the old building To president. meet the increasing needs, Beit IINGTON —(JTA)— Amei college -indents. wh"< ielf-esteem as Negroes, arc ting I Study released lure The %  reported to the recent world ress on Sociology, was pre' %  d b> personnel ol the Psychia litute at the University ol land. students tested al Morgan I ullege in Maryland indicatlings that Jews are clan Strange, and unpredictable" 'found that, among the ing iiitelleciu.il Negro youth, p hc Jewish minority is also viewin stereotypic terms." Agree' was expressed with a state stalled, and has been fully air-con ditioned, as has been the auditor mm. The thriving program of Beth El serves the needs ol all age groups, II haHebrew and Sunday -eh.ml-. I ROM SIM \ M ,., %  ol i \,i..\ (Ul turv) and lha<: I purchased the property on the 5th -i side ol NU i:th ave, In 1946, the presenl school was built, togeth er with the auditorium, completing its present structure. The synagogue, with a seating capacity f five-hundred, had sofl opera seats |,i.,,,..i.,.„. (juill iay "Jews have moral stand Hi "' ''"' : %  I : ifl m\ it has an h"! Ill I) ihi lat* in 1 i.-.ll, ill i,.li of \.. H.ll expres.seo wn„ .. M...-with fine modern Classrooms thai "there N something dif posl graduation class, as weu as ""t and strange about Jews; It's junior congregation, to tell W hal the] are thinking a lull eduction program, under tne Plannin what makes '0 ot itspiritual leaaer. i luk has an act.ve Sisterhood, Mens II I TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. '4 ave. Retorm Rabbi Samuel Jiffe. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 1153:1 So Dime hwy. Reconstructionist. R a t i f Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. ii rim s I %  p "i S< i •. %  H \v hai I .... the i nlti .1 Nations Sal in %  • > 10:30 i m >'• mon lial made thi Oentlli nan %  > Hei.i, w — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowita. Cantor Ernest Steiner. • — TEMPLE BETH SHO'.OM 4141 Chast a>e Liberal Ra'-bi Leon Kronish Cantjr David Conviser. .... SVrmni I I %  v | M. Flammgo Way Conservative. Rabol Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ja;K Lerner. • — TEMPLE ZAN-OR* 44 Zamora av. Rabbi Herschei Brooks. Cantor" Ben Zvi I The Meanins • S,.t l Place that j %  %  < %  Man thai 11 %  — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5*20 SW 17th it. Conservative Rahbi Alfred Wanman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. !• i,i, t v ',1 p in S rmun I* 'tiiinalinns nt Itrlii %  Shalih it host West Mini %  %  • ind \ M • ah : si n nl Mi ind Mrs l-ei F — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Oixia hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmeti. Cantor Maurice Neu. i : i,1.1\ Satui da) Mltiv :ih M.iiii Ii ,n nl Ml -. !: -, n/.w iYOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 it. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauher ', I:, ;. %  i i I.,. Si rmon To Land I'nknown." T CANDIMGHTING TIME 12 Heshvcm — 5:17 p.m.



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    Friday, November 9. 1962 vJenisfi Fkridlifor} Page 9-A Marshall Harris Gets Federation Award; Cited tor Loyalty and Devotion to Service Marshal] S. Harris, member of of single mindedncss shown by his the Federation board of governors, ovalty ..„,, deV otion to the Fedvice chairman of the Combined Lefcourt 'center), president of the Greciter Miami lewration, congratulates Samuel Friedland (left) and Er..s (right following their appointment as co-chairmen 163 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Friedland, LOnorary president of Federation, and fanis, treasurer Ition •'..'.! direct the campaian in honor of Feder25th anniversary of the United Jewish Appeal. 'Cash Collection 1 Week Revealed Jewish Appeal Trades and Professional Council, and a vice presi dent <>t the Jewish Vocational Ser vice, ha> been selected I" receive the Presidents' Leadership Award, it was announce I Wednesday by Sidnej Lefcourt, president I>I the Greater Miami Jewish Federation The i %  'i'l '. i'ii in recognition %  ut As recipient of the award, Harris will rece : ve a grant to attend the 31st annual general assembly of the Council of Jewish Fed erations and Welfare Funds taking place in Philadelphia at th Sheraton hotel on Nov. 15 to 18. Following the assembly, he will i ration and its concept and program," is well as for his work in behalf of the .Jewish Vocational Service and the Combined Jewish Appeal. In not : ng the selection, Lefcourt said that although the %  ward is given in recognition of r xcepiior-al services rendered by young people is the community, "we l-ok toward it as the stepping s'o-e that makes it possible for thm to acquire grea*er insisht ; nto the various areas of Jewish communal eniea.or in the wider focus of the American Jewi I Fi deration, Harris I as .i member ol the Fedi ration nominating cumin. Iee and deliver a report on the general as. ,_. ,i,..,..,,,„ 0 j t ne Young Men's sembl) to the executive committee Division fi r I o years Vn attornand board of Federation, and to e i, c has tivi rith United ol • %  %  Greater Miami met for an Cash illection" telee al • Federation of < %  thi eek Cal i". chairman of t ollection committee, deI tl -it ? ,"imperative thai lea ler k remittance .' '8 pled: i i )> Miamians in I Catsr-an alsi announced that the wet of Nov. 1? to 26 will be desigr..t receive support ti eet the needs of the grownuii i er of people in our community ho will call upon them for helj and counsel before the of tr year." Miamians Will Attend Assembly Mian leaders i .11 play major the ".-' general assemof I Couneil of Jewish Fe Iitions and Welfare Funds at the itel Sheraton, Philadelphia, meeting froi Nov. i. to 18. it was ani lunced 'his week by Irving Kane • Cleveland, CJFWF president. Marshall Harris Is one of the melists for the season on "Serv -: the Aged Outside Institutions." Sidney Ltfcsurt, president of the Gicater Miami Jewish Federatior will be a panelist for the worksnop on "Pledges into Payments—Effective Collection," for cities with ovar 40,000 Jewish popula-ion. Stanley C. Myers is the speaker for tht Canadian committee ses-, -on. and will preside at the election oi Council officers and board members. Mrs Sidney Lefcourt will be ai report*: at the Women's Communal Service session. "Persistent Campaign Problems: Experience of Women's Divisions." Othei Jewish communal leaders who will attend the assembly are Mrs Marshall Harris. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Arthur S. Rosichan. i 'xecotrre director of the Miami; federation, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thurman. and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Iipton. in additon, Lefcourt said, hmh immigration to Israel makes the need for cash to resettle and absorb newcomers one of vital urg ency. other leading groups here He will Iso receive a printed testimonial in recognition of his "outstanding community work and leadership in Greater Miami." Lefcourt said that the selection F Jewish Vocational Si I Mi i ibers oi He si action committee in addition to Lefcourt includi i Sam .1 Heiman, A •) Harris, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, and Har. lmmittee chose Harris "because old Thurman MARSHALL HARRIS New Teachers At Beth Am \rv Idition? • teaching of 1 %  pie B • %  Vm • re ani.oai.ced '!; .' eek. They are Mr-. Donald B i n This S itur lay ; Sun i parents of fifth arid sixth grade stu dents will meet with teachers. Others meetings scheduled include: Nov IT and 18. for third and fourth* grades; Nov 24 and 25, kindergari. n, first and second grades Following each session, parent* I jointly with Rabbi Herbert Baum : : spiritual leader of the Temple. once Temple Sinai Sisterhood A Temple Sinai Sisterhood held a ^ family supper at ihe Temple on Sunday--irom j to 7 p.m. in every major city in the world, a truly informative radio station takes its place. # In your city, this radio Station is WAME. 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    Page 6-B #r M f f> rHi*r Friday, Novel New Yorah W: %  £e Ceclicafed .. %  a cei rorah to by the family of the late Ah xandei Els i The contribution is being made bj Mrs, Mary Elson, Mr and Mrs Norman Elson, and Mr and Mrs Carl Harold. The choir, under the direction of Mrs. Baumgard, will assist Cantor Charles S, Kodner in a pro-ram of music in honor of the occasion. %  5. H*> *V. Discussing the Temple Emanu-El Israel dinner of tribute on Saturday Nov. 24, at the Fontainebleau hotel are three members of the host committee ifrom left) Mrs. Samuel M. Lipton, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of the Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, and Mrs. Philip F. Thau. Honoree at the diner will be the Temple's president loseph M. Lipton s*yVl\i c rs -^-Lcjcourt jfc tc By FRANCES LEHMAN World travelers, about to be trav. i i rs, and "maybe someday" travelers, looked in delight a; a transformed Westvlew Country Club on Saturday night. The red and gold "Kepondez S'il Vous Plait'' of the invitation might have given an ink ling of what was to come. Colorful travel posters were everywhere. At the entrance to the dining room. a replica of the Colosseum < Rome), Eifel Tower (Paris), and Big Ben i London i. proved a fascinating background for Stanley and Martha C. Myers and Sidney and Sylvia Lefcourt. who gave the party to stai I < fl thi in by ng hello to their fri i Martha wore a daring green and %  Id sari-type, floor-length gown tl it she had had made in Hawaii. Sylvia won a stunning, off-white, or-length slim skirt and heavily s< |uined verblouse In the new cocktail lounge say n g hello along with their drinks and hors d'oeuvres wi re Da id and Kvrtha PI Hip-. Arnold and Lucille ler, Danny and Helen Sepler, Lou and Marcella Heiman. the Sam Shapiros, the Dr. Harold R inds, th< Dav ill P Cal sm u and i, .Ft uers Hannah Scher looked li vely in green. Col. and Mrs Nathan H Rood, who had retun from Spain in time tor the p u e re in tl. midst ol the convi rsa tii ns, as v ell as John and Serbin, Leon and Dotty Ka| '• %  \ .I liar s and Mi I Mrs rj Mark' rhe dining i cent, witl i: • %  middl I. .. Days a gu< -•i tered VI i up the:: hicfa sh at U'IK %  %  •:w uld '' % %  ne was finI seated Centerpieces a: the tables for eight were tic arrangenents i r orchids and carnations with a standard bearing the name of the country each table rep %  sente I ind its %  '• %  ipe taron and Marcie Kanner were at the L*.S table, with Marcie complaining that even at a party she couldn't get out of the IS. At the Norway table were the four Liptons. Joe and Ann. and Samuel and Felice. Jake and Mary Sher were at Denmark China had Aaron and Myra Fair. Lou and Bess Glasser, and Sam and Shirley Heiman They couldn't think of any Chinese song to sing. but Greece burst into Never on Sunday, featuring Harry and Lil Rosen. Mike and Bee Mercel, Kivvie and Elaine Shafton, and Eddie and E Ina Sam and Hi land ind Max and Rui vitz decided, since they had just returned from Israel, to chang %  standards. At the Myers l e a lighted cup take was brought in for Joe Schclnber :. Martha I her—it must have been his birthday VI so there %  ere Mrs II ittie Blum and the Larry Gilberts I abli hopping were Iz and Florem > Hecht, Julian and Mary Norma Weinkle Sy and Somerstein, and Art and Claire Rosichau. On the dance floor, space %  ired for Arthur and Juc'y Gilbert 11 do the twist, n I Kenny Mj ers and Pat Wolfert — Pat, in J stunning, long gown Dr P ritz inbei ir. I Dolly %  [ ere being Bar v n %  USSnll to Europ% • ch they % %  %  it I %  N.Y. AJCong. Leader Slated Mrs. Seymour Silverman, chairman of Membership Day for the American Jewish Congress, Florida Women's Division, to be held next Thursday, l p.m., in the Can Can room of the Carillon hotel, announces that the guest speaker will Mrs n iv. S'nith Serving a sec t thi Manhatl Divisi f An i g ss. Mr. S II %  • ...... She Jewisl • the Governii Included in thi ifternooi a fashion show by Jordan Marsh, with Miss Eleanore Gumby, fashion commentator, an.! a weekend at the Diplomat hotel will he presented. Mrs David Muskat. membership chairman, will greet guests, and Mrs. Alfred Mantlet, president of the Florida Women's Division, will preside at the affair Many of the beautifully-decorated rooms at the Dora'. Hot?. and Country Club open directly out to the lush fc: the two 18-hole PGA championship courses. Dora! Ho?e! and Country C!ub Starts New Season as Host tc Golfing Groups Adult Education Classes :•• %  Temple Beth Am is md icting a series ol adu I tion classes each Sunday m i| the Tern pie Emphasis fleeted readings Irom the Bible TETLEYTEA INSTANT OR IN BAGS Tetley h*§ ttiat full, wonder* ful "tiny little tti leaf flavor". New Bank To Open Here Dade county's 44th commercial bank, which will serve Miami's rapidly developing medical and civic center, has been approved by state and federal bank authorities Tally F. Dunlap. head of the bank's organizing group, sai I it vvili be called Midtown nd will occupy a corner site ai v.v 20th Ith ave Dunlap is presi lei I %  rsi It Rank of Miami, and firsl vice pres %  %  ol the Fl' ri la Bankers Assi He has >•• %  n a Miami banker for 27 yeai ind an executive erside Bank since its in 1941 by the late Calvin Oak. Associated with Dunlap in the organizing group are Verner 1. Lowe, native Miamian. banker for Z~ years and currently senior vice pn sident and director of Hi Hank. \ so David Class, native Miami an banker for 12 years 1 ntlj vu-e pi • %  • River' <\ sident ai I Sysl Mrs. 1 an sinci • %  %  • • %  f thi with e has beei I sini e itorganization A. M Tyler. Mian owner and operator of I taurants, director ol K Bank since itorganization All of the organizers will be directorof the new bank. It vv itl operate as an affiliate of Riverside Rank, with Dunlap serving as president of both. Lowe will be senior vice president and operating officer of Midtown. Ihc hank will be capitalized at 100 through the sale of 30.000 shares of stock at $20 per share The bank will occupy a building to he erected at the southwest corner 01 NW 20th -t and nth av* Hoi ti 11 try Club seasoi i>. play ing hi si to sex eral golf ng groups from exclusive northern country clubs. The Doral startitsecond season in top notch condition, with its twin 18-hole PGA Championship course in excellent shape. The long hitting "Blue Course, which is the home ol 150,000 Doral Invitational Tournament to be held on Mar 21 to 2-t. is considered one of the finest of the nation's new golf course-, and the "Red Course" is considered equally challenging and only a little shorter, measuring 6,604 >ii-. to the Blue's long 7.028 > Doral's complete golf facilities also 'nclude 18-hole pulling green, driving range and, in the final stages cf completion, a tricky ninehole-Par 3 course which joins the Doral color parade as the "Green Course." • : .. ilities intern .irts, swin 1 huge %  : %  horsi bac \ er null if tropical .-. water-skiing, fishing and Agudath Women Games Party Sisterhood ol Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will sponsor .. garni party Sunday evening al the sy nagogue At a held Tues Mrs Milti n Siegl I w as pri Servin with Klim Mrs N Her '' %  Lubin .'. >mony will be 1 at the nexi Sisterhood ins*. A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 WJb, KASHA Brown Buckwhtit Gfoiti 4 flow's • A %  fl ,.: on I icres Also featured will be ro %  mi "i dancing and men! in the elegant D i quistador Dining Room Blue Room Doral's 318 decorator rooms and -inteare in ious lodges that rim tl. courses, with most rooms directly on the golf courses Of special interest to lot ents is the Doral C.olfuu end. featuring three daylimited free golf and two breakfast and dinner..1 day per person Weekend* permitted to check in earl) and leave late Sunday to ] 1 a full golf weekend The Doral Hotel and I Club is located three mum' of the 6tl sl exit ol the P Expressway in Miami If you like KREPLACH You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEH CHEESE RAVIOLI Heer family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by tamed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies.-M^ w tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and ehe.se...seasoned the real ••Ian way. 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    Page 10-A vJewist' fhrkMan Friday, November 9, 1962 %  !. ..IN The Pawn By MAX LERNER I There is pathos in what has happened to the "maximal leader," Fide] Castro. He made i revolution and betrayed it, transforming it from what might have been a democratic revolui a talitarian He cut himself off from those who alone cou ; have saved him I Soviet power, until he became a prisoner ol thai power He tui Cuba over to Russia, to convert into a netv, rk >1 missile emplacements from which Cubans themselves were excluded. He relied upon Khrushchev to protect Cuba's interests and sovereignt} as a Eellow Social republic and in the end Khrushchev doublecrossed him ami Cuba, using Hum both as pawns in the pi wer struggle with America, and bartering away the missile emplacements without troubling even to g i through the public mummer) of asking Cutro's permission to betray him. Nobel Prize In Physics Goes To Russian Jew STOCKHOLM J1 v Dr. %  \ Davidovic Landau, undoubl |j the top Jewish scientist in the Soviet Union, and winner of the Lenm Peace Prize was award the 1962 Nobel Prize for Physics ,,, a meeting of the Swedish Academy "[ s. %  : nee h< His citation specified his "pioneering theories for condensed matter, especially liquid helium Credited with having contribi l< materially to the development of satellites, especiallj toward the launching ol earth's first satellite, the S iviet Sputi Ik 1. in 1957, he is widel> regarded ,as one ol the You could expect this ol Kl Gringo and of the running dogs of Vanworld's most advanced thinkers qu npertalism, but surely not of a Communist fellow leader who had embraced you publicly in the Harlem hotel during that historic UN 51 -sion of the tom-tom shoe It Communist comrades cannot trust each other, then what is left amidst the shambles of the world to replace the rotten capitalist ethic? • • • Something funny happened to Fidel Castro on his way to his dream objective of becoming the Lenin of the American hemisphere He was picked up like a piece of ripe fruit, patted, skinned, squeezed dry. and discarded And the pathetic thing about him is that he has no one to complain to. He can scarcely accuse Khrushchev in the UN for ddublecrOSSing him, nor can he tell his own people how he habeen had by the very men to whom he turned them over with their ban.is and [eel tied. One can guess at Khrushchev's motives for promising to scuttle the missile bases he had built in Cuba: He knew the alternative was an American invasion which would topple the whole structure of Cuban Communist power. Hut almost as important as Khrushchev's backdown a. the manner i It—the cynicism with which he bargained away the weapons he had himself described as Cuba's protection against the United States, and the nakedness with which he exposed the fact that the supposed n Cuban regime Is actually a Soviet puppet. The lesson will not be lost on other Latin-American nationwhen the Castro-Communist propaganda axis primuses them a heaven of national independence on a rainbow of social hope. But meanwhile the humiliation of Fidel Castro is complete, deckel out with disallusioninent and garnished with wormwood. • • • This raises the question not only of how Castro will behave in the crisis whose spotlight has now shifted to him. but what his fate will be between an American enemy bent on destroying him and a Soviet ally careless of how it uses him. Conceivably the Cuban peasants and militia which form his chief strength may continue to treat him as a hero, with his crown of martyrdom worn at a rakish nationalist angle Conceivably also, the oldline Communist leaders who are Khrushchevagentin Cuba mav lind it expedient to continue using Castro as they have all along used him. But the point is that they don't need to do so any longer than they want Castro's halo athe defiant leader, who has baited and frightened the American giant but found security with Cuba's Russian brothers. has bee:: messed up Even Castro's most loyal followers cannot help being shaken by Russia's defeat by America and itdoublecross starkly as a pawn. My prediction is that things will go steadily downhill now for Castro, li he refuses to allow the missiles to be dismantled without American concessions, the Khrushchev-Kennedy agreement is off and Castro then faces the near certainty of an invasion If he capitulates on the missiles he becomes an alien hero with broken wings, and would then face the eventual certaintj of a rebellion against him which would m time be aided by the U.S. • • • There remains the even more important question of whether the di.-astrous Khrushchev miscalculation on the Cuban missiles will spare Khrushchev himself and his own positon in the Soviet power-structure. If the pawn has fallon on evil days, how about the player who used him 1 The Soviet papers are playing Khrushchev up as a hero of peace, and there are no opposition papers in Russia to flay him mercilessly as the American press would have flayed Kennedy if he had suffered a comparable defi ..' But the only real (larger to Khrushchev comes from the Soviet military elite, and one must assume—until there is evidence otherwise thai the decision nol I volved in a nuclear war I a as as i uch a decision ol the generals as it was Khrushchev m nuclear rays studies and cosmic Dr. Landau is still in a Moscow hospital, as a result of an automobile accident last Jan-, uary. For a time, there were fears that the crash would prove fatal. Neurosurgeons, other specialists and "wonder" drugs were flown by the Soviet Government to Moscow from Britain, Canada and France to help save him. lie was reported as "making progress," but there were -till doubts as to whether he might regain his full intellectual capacity A -poke.-man here lor the Sov let Academy of Science, ol which Dr Landau is a member, .-aid the news was relayed to the physicist at the Mosci w hospital, and that he w..s %  verv excited In addition to signifying world recognition, the prize now is worth near!\ Soll.lliill Winner of the annual community service award, presented to the outstanding teen-age club in the Greater Miami ] %  Community Center, is the Ebbs Girls Club, whose president, Sharon Gloger, receives the trophy from A. Budd Cutler. Center president. The Ebbs, a club sponsored by the Centers North County Branch, won out in annual competition during the 1961-62 program yeor over 30 groups, which engaged in many different service projects during the year. The award is presented by the Center each year to the group cat. out the most extensive service program. UN Chief Rules Out Arab Works Continued from Page 1-A governments had "not rejected the principle of economic development per se" but that they had "affirmed the right of the refugees to their homeland," which Dr. Davis has made clear he agrees with the Arab leaders is Israel. Referring to the Eric Johnston plan for a regional project to develop the waters of the .Ionian River. Dr. Davis reported merely that the plan fell through because Aral Israel collaboration vvanot possible'' lie failed to state, however, that the Arab Governments, which had approved the technical and engineering phases of the Johnston plan, had reneged on political grounds, while Israel was ready to accept the plan Dr. Davis mentioned the plan proposed by th,' late l\ SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold for the economic integration of the entire Middle East, including not only the refugee population but also the rest of the people in the area He asserted that the Arab governments showed "rea iness to cooperate in every manner." but he did not indicate clearly that the same governments killed the Hammarskjold plan Arrested Nazi Sues RDL PHIDELPHIA — (JTA Ralph Forbes 22-year-old trooper' ) George Lincoln Rockwell's Amen can Nazi Party, acted ahis own attorney in U S District Court in arguing against .. motion to lis miss his $1,000,000 damage sun arising from his arrest while picketing the film "Exodus" here He isuing the Cit> ol Philadelphia, the police department, and the Anti-Defamation League ol B'nai B'rith, asking $100,000 for alleged suffering and inconvenience which followed his arrest. The $1,000,000 balance is •punitive.'' he claims. Leonard Orloff, ADL attorney. countered with a motion to dismiss the suit The neo-.N'az argued that the ADL had "conspired" in c' lusion with the city and the police lenj the V ri Party its political hts becausi the Jewish people elves ui) Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Nrw York, N.Y.( Special) For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual redaction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all result* were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements iif "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healinp substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discover* of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In suppository or ointmi >it form under the name Pre/xirutiun li*. 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    11 : the school's faculty.
    ;. i of a serial presenta-
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    md Dr. II. Franklin Williams, hon-
    >rary dinner chairman.
    The South Florida chapter of
    Technion, Israel Institute of
    Technology, sponsors of the din-
    ner, were meanwhile encouraged
    by Israel officials to make the
    Nov. 2B event "a truly signif-
    icant occasion," according to
    Mrs. Louis Glasser, chapter pres-
    ident.
    "To secure peace and security
    for Israel in these troubled times.
    : is imperative that her engineers
    ind scientists receive the best
    training and education Technical
    knowledge will hasten the day
    .then Israel will live in peace and
    plenty among its neighbors." she
    said
    Pounders contribute upward of
    si.(MM) toward the current capital
    funds programs to construct the
    new Technion campus on Mt. Car-
    mel Patrons give 15,000 or more
    to the Institute for new labora-
    tories, libraries, lecture halls and
    classrooms.
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    for one year for one student, and
    $1,000 provides tuition for a year,
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    UNITED NATIONS (JTA -
    IsraeJ sharply criticized South'
    Africa's apartheid policj lure tois,
    week, asserting that "the basic I
    tenet of our faith and our ethics.'
    proclaimed thousands of years ago, ]
    sees in man the image of God
    and thus we are all free, equal
    and brothers."
    Any deviation from this concept.
    declared Ambassador Abraham
    Darom. the Israel delegation's rep.
    resentative in the General Assem-
    bly's Special Political Committee,
    "would be a negation of our own
    selves."
    Israel's participation in the de-
    bate on apartheid, which has been
    raging in the committee for more
    than two weeks, was not consider-
    ed an indication as to how Israel
    would vote when it came to ballot-
    ing on a stiff anti-South African
    resolution drafted by 32 members
    of the Afro-Asian bloc.
    Last year, when Israel joined
    the vast majority here that hit
    hard at South Africa's apartheid
    policy, the Israeli Government
    was criticiied both by leaders of
    the South African Government
    and by some leaders of the South
    African Jewish community.
    Telling the United Nations that
    South Africa's apartheid policy
    irremediably doomed." Dr. Darom
    warned, however, that "fanaticism
    and the absurd ideas of racial su-
    periority cannot be eradicated
    easily1 and in a .short rime He
    said that this did not "exonerate
    us from our obligation to go on
    fighting persistently and tirelessly
    for the defense of the dignity of
    man and his rights."
    "The history of my people
    through the centuries is marked in
    an indelible way by the martyr-
    dom and sacrifice of millions of
    its sons whose only crime was be-
    ing Jews." the Israeli delegate
    declared. "The li vanished in smoke and flames be-
    cause in them were practiced the
    rituals ol our faith is endless. We
    have known all the forms of intol-
    erance, originating in religious
    fanaticism, or anti-scientific and
    mad racial theories, or antagonism
    to our cultural and national char-
    acteristics And it is painful to
    state that even today. anti-Semit-
    ism raises here and there its crifn.
    inal head."
    Noted Rabbi Fears Impact
    Of Religion-in-Schools Tiff
    Continued from Page 1 -A
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    church and state as the Jewish
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    Fcce 8-A -Jewtsi) ncrtdfor Friday. November 9, igg. Let Jews Go, Australia Tells Russia G DV. "arris C. Erycrnt presents to Daniel Neal Heller, national dr? advocate of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.. ihe flag of the State of Florida at a meeting in the Governor's : :ice in Tallahassee. In turn, Heller will present the flag to e trustees of the National JWV Shrine in Washington, D.C.. :.-. Nov. 17. The shrine is a memorial to the Jewish war dead. where the records of the heroic deeds of these service men : :'.d ".vorr.n are on permanent display. U.S. and Soviet Envoys Meet With Golda Meir JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Mikhail ? Irov, Soviet Ambassador to Is-. :.-. 1, and Walworth Barbour. Uni-' States Ambassador to this: country, conferred here separately v 'h Foreign Minister Golda Meir .a?" weekend. Each is understood : lave discussed with Mrs. Meirj tbe views of their respective gov-, errments regarding the current I S.A.-U.S.S.R.-Cuba crisis, and the rcle being played in the Cuban i (nts by Acting Secretary Geneicl U fhant, of the United Natiers. Both conferences were consid• d part of the diplomatic routine ereby envoys keep other gov-' • r ments informed of important rnational developments. Mrs. Meir was scheduled to c Jews i d on ; assport as su onlj n ligious group in the Union so idi ntifi< were the onl> rcl nied a reprew I m, 'l he R %  igm red both i %  >kcd Mr* : had ha| ien< I ul he l Mississippi, and v hj mi in IV! ton, I" rred as members Mrs. Tree n p tec-t the freedom i l one man Si gro student Janu s M United States G vernment ready to emploj militarj I and cited the progre*.ol rights in the L'niti In a more direct argument Australian delegate charged Soviet linen with anti-Semiti ,IIKI the Russian di li t< i plied he was "ii liar Spelling oul I is charge. White said that in • countries, anti-Semitic actrt were met by police actioi the Soviet Union was nol on< them. He cited the official Si viel restrictions againsl freedom ol worship, the closing ol syns the ban on baking matzoh last I mcr, and the high percentage ol jews among those sentenced and executed for "economic offenses' In the name of the Australian eminent, he asked the Soviet ii N eminent to allow any Russian Jew who wanted to leave Russia to do 1 so. Before the same committee, Israel reasserted its right to insist on Assembly passage of a reseI lution outlawing anti-Semitism, racial prejudice and religious in| tolerance, insisting that, as a State which is 90 per cent Jewish, : it has a duty to speak out on situations in other countries "where our fellow Jews are threatened or suffer discrimination." anyone other than its own citizens Jewish or Arab But Is really hard tor him to imagine that in a State which is 90 per cen! Jewish •ion of the people, which has profound lies of broth erhood, history and religion with. elsewhere, which has welcomed to its shor< hundre ol • ,, | S ands ol the irvivors oi Nazi nj ,, ,h il i feel uni fenow %  i %  minati >n? Argentina's representative in the c.mo-, -ce assured the United Nations that, white tr>re have iome solaiecases of anti. Semitis'n" in his country, his rnment cateqoncally" conje %  > such actions. He deriared Argentina "act?d with force" against Ihe recent anti-Semitic outbreaks, and clear y reTuies such man'festations as cantrary to our national feelings." Mario Pico, n two draft Michael S. Comay. Israel's chief delegate, who opened a debate on the issue of anti-Semitism in trie committee, took the floor again when his Government's attitude on the issue was denounced by an Arab spokesman The latter. Ashraf Ghorbal, of Egypt, charged that '"political Zionism" is "playing a racial discrimination myth" here. He alleged that Jews smear swastikas on synagogues for prop aganda purposes He also questioned Israel's right to -peak [or all Jewry Mr. Coma) said: "The repri tative of the United Arab Republic should spare himself the intellectual labor of raising bogeys about dual loyalty Israel does not have or expect the political allegiance ol South Broward Thanksgiving Fete South Broward Jewish Community Center will sponsor a Thanks giving dinner dance on Wednesday, Nov. 21, starting at 7:30 p.m.. at the Center. Entertainment will feature Sasha Leonoff, formerly of Radio City Music Hall, as master of cere monies, and an orchestra for dancing. Chairman of the committee is Nat Korostoff. ALWAYS THE UNEXPECTED AT Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant THE COUNTRY STORE LUNCHEON DINNER 11:30 • 3:00 P.M. feot).10:00 P.M. SUNDAY MIDDAY — 4:00 P.M. (CLOSED MONDAY) RAY WHEATLEY DON ROBINSON 2880 FLORIDA AVE. HI 4-3045 (1 Block Off Grand Ave. Near P.O.) resolutions which ... prejudice and reli ante. 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    Fi November 9, 1962 *J&n "*#• ftcri fa.iir Page 3-A < -* %  Israel Knocks So. Africa Apartheid .^.=ic 5-lbert (right), Chicago attorney, and national board tmbe: of the American Society for Technion, addressed the uth TJciida chapter last week and commended the group its clam to help build a Computer Center on the Technion apuf He is shown with (left to right) Morris Simon. Al ermc-. chairman of Technion's banguet on Nov. 28. and llis F-dnick, board members. fchnion Names Dinner Committee SI • II .11 U lh< 11 nil( rman, chairman of the • %  hnion banquet at the cau hotel on Nov. 28. nounced appointment • menu committee to gram tor the big din were Joseph Alter, Her • Min. Meyer A. Baskin, • Di Berthold Fried!, GrosMMn. Jack KatzKohn, Max Koiker, M S; m Lachman, Sidney %  : \ I'earlman. David ibson to Speak Tuesday Vi dish writer, I L ; be the subject of a • i njamin Jacobson on .<• ng at the I L. Pereti %  Workmen's Circle, • Miami. Jacobson 11 : the school's faculty. • ;. i %  of a serial presentaets the second and t)i I ..i-,:.i\ of each month. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN |6" Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 11969 JE 1-6150 'onve, Jacob Kifkin. Sol C. Shaye. md Dr. II. Franklin Williams, hon>rary dinner chairman. The South Florida chapter of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, sponsors of the dinner, were meanwhile encouraged by Israel officials to make the Nov. 2B event "a truly significant occasion," according to Mrs. Louis Glasser, chapter president. "To secure peace and security for Israel in these troubled times. : is imperative that her engineers ind scientists receive the best training and education Technical knowledge will hasten the day .then Israel will live in peace and plenty among its neighbors." she said Pounders contribute upward of si.(MM) toward the current capital funds programs to construct the new Technion campus on Mt. Carmel Patrons give 15,000 or more to the Institute for new laboratories, libraries, lecture halls and classrooms. A gift Of $250 provides tuition for one year for one student, and $1,000 provides tuition for a year, plu living expenses, according to Mrs. Glasser UNITED NATIONS (JTA IsraeJ sharply criticized South' Africa's apartheid policj lure tois, week, asserting that "the basic I tenet of our faith and our ethics.' proclaimed thousands of years ago, ] sees in man the image of God— and thus we are all free, equal and brothers." Any deviation from this concept. declared Ambassador Abraham Darom. the Israel delegation's rep. resentative in the General Assembly's Special Political Committee, "would be a negation of our own selves." Israel's participation in the debate on apartheid, which has been raging in the committee for more than two weeks, was not considered an indication as to how Israel would vote when it came to balloting on a stiff anti-South African resolution drafted by 32 members of the Afro-Asian bloc. Last year, when Israel joined the vast majority here that hit hard at South Africa's apartheid policy, the Israeli Government was criticiied both by leaders of the South African Government and by some leaders of the South African Jewish community. Telling the United Nations that South Africa's apartheid policy • irremediably doomed." Dr. Darom warned, however, that "fanaticism and the absurd ideas of racial superiority cannot be eradicated easily 1 and in a .short rime He said that this did not "exonerate us from our obligation to go on fighting persistently and tirelessly for the defense of the dignity of man and his rights." "The history of my people through the centuries is marked in an indelible way by the martyrdom and sacrifice of millions of its sons whose only crime was being Jews." the Israeli delegate declared. "The li MAIN OFFICE 101 E. FLAGLER STREET NORTH MIAMI BRANCH 12370 N.W. 7th AVE. One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" 0ade Federal RAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI 4 4* I0SEPH M UPTON, President %  1 1111 ll-l j Sating* account* are injured up to )10,000 by an ageucy of the Federal Government. OUR RESOURCFS EXCFED 190 MILLION DOllARS PER ANNUM CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE PAYAILE & COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY



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    Friday, November 9. 1962 U^UtFlrrirtUn Page 7-B *_5 oc ia Iit c Continued from Page IB Morton, Mrs. Daniel Schlai'.;. ,Davi i Hochberg, Ge ge ; k, Charles Clements, Samuel Knowles, Leo Robinson, Mrs. ;., id Spitalny, and Morns dus in Montreal. Can., annual ninter visitor. Mrs Ida Caplan, guest of her son and daughlaw, Rabbi ar I Mrs. Jonah apian Last Saturday eventhe Caplans entertained tor nior Mrs. Caplan and her friends here Happy ocn for her will be the forth%  dinner in honor of Rabbi in by his congregation, Adath ~i, -Imrun Even hospitals aren't safe from iween night hobgoblins They were seen "trick or treatmi UNICEF at Mt. Sinai rearing well-disguished pj's A little later, when they joined their parents in the playroom for typical Halloween refreshments, turned back into children alescing in pediatrics for the evening were Mr Mrs Edward (Terry NewHoliday with their grandparents n Boston and you can be sure that David G and Bari Lynn 9 are there'll be snow Joinother, Barbara (Judge JasHerkman. for Thanksgiving ith her parents and relatives he north. Mr and Mrs. Nat (Ethel) Popped a cocktail reception Washington. D.C., honoring and .lack Popick during the B< ai h couple's \ isit there • week The Washington k was co-chairman, along Miami Beach winter visit/.' Abe S Kay, of a national B'nai B'rith foundation dinner f.ir Lor.C. Grossberg, long-time friend of Jack and Ruin Both Kay, Grossberg and another Beach wir'er resident, Paul Himrnelfarb, wire among the 60 guests .it the part) Two couples back from a week in Mexico. Barbara ami Irving Rubin and Florence and Dr Louis Lytton Toured the arl gallcr ies and brought back several oils by Mexican artists tor their personal collections A motor trip to Si. Petersburg for Mr and Mrs Bert Slier who visile., with son Ken. on the editorial Staff Of the St. Petersburg Times Then a visit with their other sor. Arthur, who is a student at Washington and Lee in Lexington. Ya. Localitcs vacationing in Hot Springs, the Harry Sirkins. AI and Birdie (icttesman, and Esther and Carl Weinkle. who will spend some time in their New York home before returning to this area. • Peggy and Mac Mermell hack from MeX'CO with glorious color shots of their teen-age camp site for the summer ... An extension of their Camp Universe, the buildings are located seven-thousand feet above sea level Celebrating their 15th wedding anniversary, Miami Beach builder Irwin Z.ickerman and his charming wife, wondering where the years have gone, while d.*ning at the Embers Sanu sentiment for Mr. and Mrs Joseph Reiser, who have been wed for 47 years Will celebrate the anniversary on l hanksgiving eve with their manj frien Is MI the lukur Cholim K.>-h er Convalescent Home, which Mrs Keiser serves as president Mr. and Mrs Jacob Hubert, rec iiih married, will be honored ..• .. luncheon Monday sponsored by Pioneer Women club 2 Thej vr jus) become ister parents of a baby in Jerusalem A three week trip to Israel for Capt Leo Gardner of F.I AI Air Inn-, his wife Miriam, and their children, Leora t and Arthur :t The two youngsters and Miriam are sabras I.i i king forward to then" first Caribbean cruise, Gerry and Joseph Fields leaving this Thursdaj on SS Jerusalem .or a 12day good will Zim Lines tour New addresfor Mrs. Milton I). Dreyfus and her sister. Miss Sade Moss. 833 Venetian Way Eleanor, wife of Dr. Morris Goodman, and her sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Neuwith, or the critical list at Jacksonville Beach Hospital following an automobile collision on Nov. 1 Before leaving here to live in Jacksonville about a year ago. Dr. Goodman had served as president of Federation and was active at Mt. Sinai Hospital Daughter. Natalie (Mrs. James) Liebman. of Homestead, has flown to Jax to be with her parents Two other popular matrons tern porary "guests" at hosptials. Mrs Arthur Degutz. who is in Mt. Sinai, and Mrs. Cede Myers, mother of Stanley C. Myers, at Cedars. At Westbrooke Country Club, Mr. end Mrs. Sidney Stepkin and Mi. and Mrs. Frank C. Rose enjoy a chat at intermission time during a cocktail dance Saturday evening. Beth Jacob Dinner Will Honor Board Morris B. Frank, president, announced Wednesday that Beth Jacob Congregation will dedicate its annual dinner of 1963 to the board ol director.ol the synagogue. The banquet will be held at the Deauville hotel on Purim night. Mar 10. A special committee is now in tormation "to make this event one of the most colorful in the histerv of tbi congregation." Frank said. Eoar I of directors i reel < special ciu.lion.tor the length of time they have served the congregation. Advisor} committee to aid Frank includes Aaron Lerner. Morris Kre\at. Beach Councilman Marcie Lit> erman. Louis Baida and Harry Tendler. R;.bb. Tibor Stern spiritual leader f Beth Jacob. ;preparing .. spec i ..r-. I l ;• amemorate th evert SRO for •Nineties' f Hadassah Show Monday Evening SRO • un entation will be i ..v Ninel hov M -!i Beach chapter of Had Monday ev< I •' %  a' lh I %  h >tel %  i %  ol the 15 groups ol th< Beach chapter w :ll particid iction, w Inch w as directed by Mrs Hen k R isenthal directed tin isical arrangements and %  • i.t for the -how A • the Juilliard School ol has prev IOUSIJ appear .'. Idol I \ •'ll.i in New Vmbassador hotel in the San a Rita at ai d (he Saxonj on Miami • ft atun ii iJanet San li :-, of Ni< e Fn be h< ard in spi cialtj Mrs I Popick. erman, I" lith and 1 i i v. W( itz, Murr y J. R nan T G ttlicb, Mrs in Budd> Logue, \ M i i ice Yorkin, and Jos dies Girls" are Anne rence S Barth. Evi Cohen, Bettj Fcuer, bei I • i( a Mavsoe. i ele Rochwarg. Kit Edith Sandi rson, Mm %  and Rose Zeigmund i I.I an.,' gements are •-L G todma presldenl Mi %  • Kogan, Mrs Esther and Mrs. Ann Melnick Mrs al Barth is publicitj chairman. MRS. JACK POPICK Students W?ll Salute Veterans Tv, • %  • fifth dents of l ebrew A emy ol I prcs nl a V, \, Daj The | : "Still Sma \\ is spot %  i the Gn l< M i ation The P ,a ) rt( ,v bj Mrs • lys n %  %  • MUSH on of the pro i int is urder th< direction ol Mrs, Miriam Donn. I the Aca emy. He/ene Rotenlhal Jcnel Sanders Sunshine Chapter Party suni >tei B nai B'rith W omei ave a brunch a.m.. with proto th. 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    November 9. 1962 Jf w i f f Ifkrii 1lQun Page 3-A K -r> Israel Knocks So. Africa Apartheid % UNITED NATION'S — (JTA' — and the absurd ideas o£ racial suIsrael sharply criticized South, perjority cannot be MadiMted Africa's apartheid policy here tTTis! Easily and in a short rime. He „-.L „<..„_,_. .u !..,. i_ said that this did nut •'exonerate week. assertuiK that the basic ... s us from our obligation to no on tenet of our faith and our ethics,; fighting persistently and tireJcasl] proclaimed thousands of years ago. f or the defense of the dignity of sees in man the image of (lodEgbert (right), Chicago attorney, and national board ibe: of the American Society for Technion, addressed the %  tr. Fxiida chapter last week and commended the group Ijts r -"s to help build a Computer Center on the Technion upu's. He is shown with (left to right) Morris Simon, Al rman, chairman of Technion's banguet on Nov. 28, and lis R-dnick. board members. :hnion Names Dinner Committee i t rman, chairman of the hnion banquet at the hotel on Nov. 28. nnounced appointment • menu committee to • gram tor the big din ere Joseph Alter. Her •-on. Meyer A Basfcin, • Dr. Berthold Fru.ll Grossmen, Jack Katz Kohn, Max Kolker. M Si -n Lachman, Sidney :\ Pearlman, David son to Speak Tuesday Yi dish writer, I. L be the subject of a : i n jam in Jacobson on ing it the I I. PereU Workmen's Circle, •. Miami, Jacobson I tin' school's faculty. of ;i serial presentamoets the second and -. of each month 'onve. Jacob Rifkin. Sol C. Shaye. ind Dr. If Franklin Williams, hon irary dinner chairman. The South Florida chapter of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, sponsors of the dinner, were meanwhile encouraged by Israel officials to make the Nov. 28 event "a truly significant occasion," according to Mrs. Louis Glasscr, chapter president. and thus we are all free, equal and brothers." Any deviation from this concept, declared Ambassador Abraham Darom. the Israel delegation's representative in the General Assembly's Special Political Committee, "would be a negation of our own selves." Israel's participation in the de bate on apartheid, which has been raging in the committee for more than two weeks, was not considered an indication as to how Israel would vote when it came to balloting on a stiff anti-South African resolution drafted by 32 members of the Afro-Asian bloc. Last year, when Israel joined the vast majority here that hit hard at South Africa's apartheid policy, the Israeli Government was criticized both by leaders of the South African Government and by some leaders of the South African Jewish community. Telling the United Nations that South Africa's apartheid policy •irremediably doomed." Dr. Darom warned, however, that "fanaticism man and his rights." "The history of my people declared. The list of synagogues vanished in smoke and flames because in them were practiced the rituals ol our faith is endless. We have known all the forms of intolerance, originating in religious fanaticism, or anti-scientific and mad racial theories or antagonism through the centuries is marked in to our cultural and national charan indelible way by the martyracteristics And it is painful to dom and sacrifice of millions of state that even today. anti-Semitrts sons whose only crime was beism raises here and there its crim. ing Jews." the Israeli delegate inal head." Noted Rabbi Fears Impact Of Religion-in-Schools Tiff in that principle invites other breaches." He added that "no other religious group in the United States has as great a stake in the separation of church and state as the Jewish community." Continued from Page 1-A cf our society, whatever the constitutional legalities in support of such a position." Mr. Maslow replied that, during their 2.000 years of dispersion, the Jews have never enjoyed full equality in any nation with an established church. "America's great contribution to the art of government and the creation of civil harmony." week at the Algiers hotel. Funds he declared, was the separation of raised are for the use of tbe VA church and state Every breach Hospital at Coral Gables. Group Helps VA Hospital The 52 Association of Greater Miami held a card party last I*,-',"--' "TJE %  -•" 2~l~ BETH DIN OFFICE ABBI OR. TIBOR H. STERN 1 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach E 11969 JE 1-6150 I-tabl'>kd • "To secure peace and security for Israel in these troubled times. I is imperative that her engineers •ind scientists receive the best training and education. Technical knowledge will hasten the day .xtien Israel will live in peace and 1 plenty among its neighbors," she said. Founders contribute upward of $1,000 toward the current capita funds programs to construct the new Technion campus on Mt. Car mel. Patrons give $5,000 or more to the Institute for new labora tories, libraries, lecture halls and classrooms. 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    Friday %  November 9, 1962 r kwi*HTI *: %  %  %  •'' MRS. SHfRUr CH/Ul Miami Beach Woman Brings Her Dancing To Senior Citizens Throughout County I uesday, Oct 30, Mrs. Alfred • president of the Florida Division, presented a reof •The Wild Goats of Kin bj Herbert Werner, to the education study group of li Torah Abraham Gittelson. lion director of the Temple. iced Mrs. Mamlet. A rare example ol dedication to the cause ol Benior citizens is being demonstrated each week by Mrs Shirle> Chall, of 745 Euclid ave Miami Beach. Traveling from one end of Dade county to the other. Mrs. chall covers the circuit of the four branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center to teach folk and square dancing to senior citizens. A volunteer who seekno other reward than brightening the lives ,,i the older adults in this program, Mrs. Chall has found the real satisfaction in having her classes rei eived with area! enthusiasm. A member of B'nal B'rith Worn en, Hatikvah chapter, which prosides volunteers to help in all phases of the Center program with its Golden Age groups. Mrs. (hall originally offered to help at the location nearest her. According to Ira Steinmetz, county supervisor for the Center's Senior Citizen Department, once a week is the most service that is normally expected from a volunteer, "and this in itself is a valuable contribution." he sayBut when Mrs Chall learned that the senior citizens at the other branches needed a similar program. the promptly offered to travel to Miami. North Miami, and the far Southwest to contribute her lead ership wherever It was needed, With this outstanding record, she stands as a model for all of the work being done by the many other volunteers in the program, winch has as ;is chairman Mrs. David Sachs Mrs. Chall Inot new to those m ihe community who an inter, ested In'the field of folk dancing. Some iyears ago, -he started such a program with the Miami Beach Recreation Department. In her endeavor in this program. sponsored by the Center and the South Florida Council.ol B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs Chall is leading the way for other volunteers to .show how a life-long .-kill can be turned to community advant.. South Florida's Most Complete Department Stores • MIAMI • v AVI EEACH • it3rd ST. • FT. LAUDERDAlE • WEST PAIV ti'-Zri • BEAUTIFUL NEW CACE.'ND "fO* THE CHAKH Of YOUR UHJ" See Gert ot the New Betsy Ross JEWELERS 9570 Bay Harbor Terrace, Bay Harbor Island ANTIQUE CHAKMS-BKACtltTS-tARRINGS-KINGi Newsman Will Address Women A luncheon meeting ol the Opti Mrs. Club of Miami Beach will be held on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m.. at the Barcelona hotel. llendrick Berne, of the Miami News, will be guest speaker Final plans will be made for the "Turn-About" theatre luncheon at the Eden Roc hotel on Dec. 5. The comedy. 'Under the Yum Yum Tree.'" produced by Ruth Foreman, will be presented Proceeds will be used to maintain and provide further scholarships for emotionally disturbed children at the Montanari Clinical >, bool in Hialeah. In Charge Of reservations are Mrs. Melvin Richard, and Mrs George Goodman. Mrs. Sam Hn-ch is chairman, and Mrs Murray Sonnctt is president. IN THE ROYAL. MANNER! We lake care of everything I odu $ PER PERSOS ^VVVV^W^W^VVWMy^WA^^ Lulell presidn Sinai Women Slate Luncheon Temple Sinai Sisterhood will hold a luncheon meeting on Wednesday noon at the Temple with Mrs. Sam Cosmo Lloyd Orchestra WE PLAY FOR EAR MIIZVAHS WEDOINGS SOCIAl FUNC1IONS PRIVATE PARTIES 345 N.W. 134th Street MU 1-0734 *-j IN.W. i j^m arreei "" %  — .... it "The Prize." b> Irving Wallace. In charge of reservations arc M.. D G< dstein and Mr.Ruth Includes... • Full course Roast Chicken Dinner • Cocktail for each guest • Bottle of Whiskey for each table of 14 • Wedding Cake and cake-cutting ceremony French Service, Candelabra Table Setting Plus... for the happy bride and groom—a private room, overnight, with a chilled bottle of champagne, a wedding picture and album. He a'.iO cater for oil other festive occasions. •{•:. u< tnd grduitie* For PlanoiBf Service, call FRED JABN, Catering Manager • UN 6-7T92 BALMORAL HOTEL ON HE OCEAN AT 58th STREET, BAl HARBOUR, MIAMI BEACH Free Parking