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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olume 35 ..Number 46
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 16, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
Zionism Without
Religion Feeble,
Kirshblum Says
\ FIELD PARK. NY. -
Rabbi Mordecai Kirsh-
president of Mizrachi-Hapocl
..rachi. the Religious Zionists
merica. called on Orthodox
agues and rabbis this week
"to become active affiliates" of
religious Zionist movement.
Deli -ring his presidential ad-
to 600 delegates at the or-
nation's annual convention!
I- rc be said that "the very sur-',
i:val" of Zionism in the United
tea WSJ linked with a revitaliz- j
religious Zionist movement.'
Without the 'deep religious values"
Lionel Judaism, he asserted, i
Zionism i-. a feeble, inane and '
tij: phenomenom." He added
philanthropy and Hebrew.
, ii d not cement "a more porma-
link" between American and
ii Jews, and called tor ties
-i-d en Jewish spiritual values
i religious precepts.
The Zionist leader also urged
that the Soviet Union should heed
the suggestion of the Australian
delegation to the United Nations
voiced in the UN General Assem-
bly U.st week, that the USSR
should either restore full spiri-
tual, cultural and legal rights to
the 3,100,000 Russian Jews or al-
low Niem to emigrate to Israel or
Continued on Page 10-A
'MISSED THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME'

Destroy Israel -- Hussein
RABBI MORDECAI KIRSHBLUM
LONDON (JTA) King Hussein, of Jordan,
told the Arab world, in a radic broadcast monitor-
ed here, that he was sorry the Arabs missed "the
chance of a lifetime" to destroy Israel while the
rest of the world was embroiled in the Cuban csisis.
Declaring that "many of us used to say that
progress in the Palestine Question could not be
made until a suitable situation arose," Hussein
stated: "The suitable world situation came with
this crisis."
He blamed the tactics of Egypt's President
Gamal Ab.'el Nasser and other intra-Arab rivalries
for missing this opportunity "to recover the right
to our usurped land," and said Jordan "could have
been the nation" to make such "recovery."
JFK Aide Advises Israel
Forget Peace Talks Now
TEL AVIV (JTA) White House aide Myer Feldman left Israel
this week after a five-day visit during which he conferred with key
Israeli officials and reportedly urged them to drop any plans for re-
newing at the current United Nations General Assembly a proposal for
direct Israel-Arab peace talks.
The White House aide insisted at
the airport, however, that "this
was purely a private visit" and
that his talks with Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion and Foreign
Minister Golds Meir. "were in-
formal." He said the talks "did
not touch on missiles, refugees or
direct peace talk problems."'
Despite the airport statement,
it was learned that, during his
informal talks with Weiimann In-
stitute personalities and other Is-
raeli statesmen, Mr. Feldman had
expressed the view that, in view
cf the Cuban crisis and such in-
ternal American affairs as the
integration struggle in Mississip-
pi and the Congressional elec-
tions, the time was r.ot ripe for
direct peace talks at the UN.
It was also reported that he said
that the White House understood
Israel's fears concerning the Arab
refugee problem.
Just prior to his departure. Mr.
Iman met with Finance Min-
ister Levi Kshkol. The two men re-
portedly discussed various aspects
ui financing the purchase of Hawk
supersonic anti aircraft missiles,
which the United States has agreed
! to sell to Israel.
It had been reported previously
o Rwsevelt^iciow of the late war- that the United States had decided
She died here last week at the to assist Israel with the financial
problems of such purchases.
EMANUcL CELLER AND
ABRAHAM RIBICOFF
. they were easy winners
LEADERS IN CONDOLENCES
Jews Throughout World Mourn
Passing of Eleanor Roosevelt
NEW YORK (JTA) Jews throughout the world deeply mourned
Jewish Candidates Fare Well
In Race for House and Senate
me President of the United States.
ige of 78.
Jews cited, among her other
hievements, her leadership in the
I ruted Nations where, as a U.S.
>;ate and chairman of the Hum-
Rights Commission, she was the
.1 metpal proponent of the Univer-
Declaration of Human Rights; ,
1 T advocacy of Israel's cause since
. to Israels admission to UN
mbership; and her sponsorship
B wide variety of Jewish and.
n Jewish organizations in the
I man right-, and anti discrimina-
i n fields.
From Israel came messages of
condolence from that country's
leading personalities, including
resident lihak Ben-Zvi, Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion and
foreign Minister Golda Meir.
President Ben-Zvi noted his "deep
regret and shock," stressing Mrs.
Roosevelt's "constant devotion to
i.nderstanc'ir.g among peoples and
nations, and particularly her per-
sonal friendship and devotion to
Israel."
Mr Ben-Gurion referred to her
mque contribution to democratic
i .in values." Mrs. Meir stated:
. saw her as the greatest woman
the world, she never hesitated
1 i come out f. r a cause le i ill v 'IS
nd she never had any dif-
ficulty in making a decision be-
tween what was right ami what
i as expedient."
At the United Nations. Israel's
Continued on Page_ 3.-A
FRENCH WELFARE PRESSED
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
American electorate sent three
Jews to the United States Senate
and renamed nine other Jews to
the House of Representatives in
the midterm elections after politi-
cal campaigns largely free of at-
tempts to use appeals on racial or
religious lines.
Survey Shows Algeria Jews
Facing Mounting Problems
...._ .. .... inciuoen ugueu n. neiu.
The Jewish Senators in the 88th Republicani who served
ongress will be Jacob K. Javits, (o 1%1 as v s Ambass.
PARIS (JTA> The annual
rise of joblessness in France in the'
winter, and the Algerian decree na-
tionalizing property there abandon-
ed bv fleeing Kuropeans. has con-
siderably worsened the already
difficult situation for the estimat-
ed nio.ooi) Algerian Jewish refu-
gees in France, it was reported
here this week by the Fonds Social
.hut 11 ifie, the major French Jew-
i.-h welfare agency.
The agency reported that the
number of welfare cases already
reported, as well as the number ot
i and inadequately housed
refugees, had risen considerably in,
recent months, and would continue
to increase during the comim
ter The annual rise in unemploy-
ment has bit hard at refugees whose
small savings or government grants
hflve been exhausted, and who are
unable to find work or other means
of support.
Refugees who had hoped to
sell or rent businesses or homes
in Algeria have found that possi-
bility blocked by the Algerian de-
cree. The FSJU has accelerated
a fund-raising campaign to pro-
vide some of the families in most
serious difficulties with the im-
mediate necessities of life.
Chief Rabbi Jacob Kaplan of
Continued on Page 5-A
Con
of New York, a Republican, who
was reelectod to a second term by
a majority exceeding a million;
Ernest Gruening. of Alaska, a
Democrat, who was reelected to a
full six-year term; and Abraham A.
Ribicoff, Connecticut Democrat.
All Jewish incumbents seeking
return to the House were reelec-
ted. Only one. Rep. Seymour Hal-
pern, New York, is a Republican.
Other New York Congressmen
reelected were Representatives
' martuel Celler, sent back for
his 21st consecutive term, Leon-
ard Farbstein, Abraham Multer,
Jacob H. Gilbert, and Benjamin
S. Rosenthal.
Rep. Samuel Friedel was reelect-
ed in Maryland; Herman Toll in
Pennsylvania; and Charles S. Joel-
son, in New Jersey.
A number of new legislators of
Jewish interest were elected. They
! included Ogden R. Reid, New York
from 1959
ador to Is-
rael; and Claude Pepper. Florida
Democrat, who won a House seat.
He had previously served in the
Senate, and became known as a
leading advocate of Jewish and
Zionist causes.
There was only one Jewish can-
didate in the 35 gubernatorial elec-
tions. He is Robert M. Morgen-
than, a Democrat, who was defeat-
ed by Gov. Nelson Rockefeller in
New York A surprise of the New-
York elections was the smashing
victory of Arthur Levitt, the only
Continued on P*ge 8-A
JOHANNESBURG NEWSPAPER SPEAKS OUT
Press Attacks Israel on Apartheid
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
Die Transvaaler, leading pro-Gov-
ernment daily newspaper, sharply
criticized Israel this week for its
vi te m the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly, supporting sanctions
against South Africa for pursuing
ts apartheid policy
\ political column in the daily
emphasised the benefits Israel had
received from South Africa, includ-
ing facilitation of heavy financial
support from South African Jewry
and permission to South African
Jews to serve in Israel's defense
forces. "For this, South Africa
now has received obloquy instead
of gratitude." the article added.
Die Transvaaler examined the
implications of the UN sanctions
resolut:on, arc asserted that, if
Israel conformed to the draft it
supported, it would have to give
up its legation here, withdraw El
Al Airline flights, and terminate
a profitable trade with Sout'/
Africa. The article added:
"These are things Israel doubt-
less considered before showing
itself at the United Nations not
Co it:nued on Page 6-A


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CASH WEEK' SET HERE PAGE 9-A
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as vice chairmen ol Trade- and sin. Sam C. Levenson. Bernard
Professions and vice cha!rmeii ol Stevens, Leonard SVien. and How-
Areas and Residences in the 1062 ard Kane
63 Combined .lewis), Appeal cam AN$m [g ^^ q| ,,(.(1.
Pa's eration's executive committee.
Samuel N Priedland and Ernest long range development commit-
Janis, co-chairmen of CJA. an- tee. former chairman : the bud-
nounced the quintet of leaders gei committee, and was active as
here Wednesday chairman if CJA*s nev silts pru-
Known for their contribution- in gram in 1960-61. He lias served in
the civic and philanthropic affairs executive capacities at remplj
Late Services At Emanu-EI
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
Temple Emanu-EI, announces the
resumption of late Sabbath evening
services for the current season,
starting Friday. Nov. 16. 8:30.
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI. will
preach on "Israel Revisited."' a re-
port on his tour there.
Dr. Lehrman was to return
Thursday from Israel, where he
journeyed on behalf of the Jewish
National Fund to dedicate Miami's
twin city. Me Ann. as part of a
Jewish National Fund project spon-
sored by the Greater Miami JNF
Council.
Cantor llirsh Adler will chant the
service, assisted by the Temple
Emanu-EI choir under the direction
of Mrs. Florence Goldring
Dr. Lehrman will officiate at the
Saturday morning service, and will
preach on the weekl) portion of
the Bible. The service starts at
!i a.m.
Rabbi Lowry Heard
At a Temple Sinai Brotherhood
luncheon held Wednesday. Rabbi
Daniel Lowy reviewed "The Prise,"
by Irving Wallace
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"'JtpHiif tturkttan
Page 3-A
Mrs. Roosevelt's
Passing Mourned
By AIT Jews
Continued from Pge 1-A
p, rmaneat representative, Michael
v Comay, said: "More than any-
, else in the world, she exem-
plified in her own person that love
nc's fellow man, and that un-
derstanding between peoples, for
which the United Nations stands, '
The American section of the
utive <>f the Jewish Agency for
hrael and the World Zionist Organi-
sation issued a statement express-
I! the profound sorrow of the en-
, Zionist movement the world
Mrs. Rose L. Halprin,
nan of the Agency, paid
.il tribute to Mrs. Roosevelt's
stinting support of the establish-
of the Stale of Israel as a
ol refuge for Jewish displac-
people and rfugees; Mrs. Hal-
prin also cited the "compassionate
.upport" which Mrs. Roosevelt
. ,\. to the Youth Aliyah movement.
eh -hi' WM World Patron.
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
of the American Zionist Council,
said, "We Jews, here in the Uni-
ted States, have lost an under-
standing friend and a warm com-
rade. We shall not see another
like her." Dr. Max Nussbaum,
oresident of the Zionist Organi-
.-jtion of America, summoned all
sOO ZOA chapters to conduct ap-
propriate memorial services.
Monroe (ioldwater. president of
i nited Jewish Appeal of Great-
New York, .speaking in behalf
the officers and leaders of UJA,
-ed "profound sorrow" at
passing of Mrs. Roosevelt
irahara A. Feinberg, president of
e Israel Bond Organization, said
Unstable So. Africa Threatens Population
MRS. ElfANOR ROOSfVUT
Mis Roosevelt's death was "an ir-
reparable loss to mankind."
Norman >' Levine, president of
B'nai Zion, fraternal Zionist organ-
ization announced that a l.ooo-trce
grove of trees would be planted in
Israel's "Freedom Forest," near
Jerusalem, in memory of Mrs.
Roosevelt.

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Herman Weintraub, Zionist lead-
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Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
for the last five years, will be hon-
ored by the synagogue at a testi-
monial dinner early next year at
the DeauviUe hotel.
Rabbi Isaac Ever, founder and
spiritual leader of Agudath Israel,
will be master of ceremonies, and
the evening will include a musical
program Representatives of the
Southeast region of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America will attend.
Organizer of the first Zionist
movement in Hungary in 1909,
Weintraub is at present a mem-
ber of the national executive
board of ZOA, and vice president
of the ZOA Bronx region.
He formerly served as vice pres-
ident of the ZOA District 43. B'nai
Judah Congregation, and Kings-
bridge Jewish Center, and as treas-
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This i- the highlight of a report
given by Frank G. Binsw anger, of j
Philadelphia, to the American Jew-
isfa Committee at its Institute of
Human Relations here.
Reporting on a three-month
tour of Africa which he recently
completed, Binswar.ger said that
the situation in South Africa is
steadily growing more explosive,
and the threat to the white popu-
lation is becoming more imme-
diate. Binswanger spoke before
the American Jewish Committee's
Foreign Affairs Committee.
"In a country where only 3,000.-
000 out of a total population of
about 15.000.000 are white," he
said, "the repressive segregation
policies of the government have
not worked, and cannot work.
"The result is bound to be grow-
ing economic pressure on the coun-
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Binswanger interviewed leaders
of the government and business
during his stay in South Africa, and
a.> far as he was permitted to do.:
examined the workings of the gov-
ernment's apartheid policies.
"The leaders say they are do-
ing more for the colored people
than any other country," he said.
"It is true that they build new
housing, schools and recreational
facilities for them.
"But the African population i>
not allowed any freedom." Bins-
wanger added. "They are forced |
, to live in certain areas, to go to
segregated schools, and generally
to live the life of second-class citi-
zens. They are not allowed to go
! into most businesses and profess
ions. and. of course, have no rep-
resentation in the government. Re-
gardless of individual ability, they
are all treated alikeand all treat-
' ed as inferior
"South Africa gives the African
population some material things,
because it has to. But the govern-
ment deprives them of the thing
that is most importantthe dignity
of man."
During his travels throughout
the African continent. Mr. Bins-
wanger reported that he was great-
ly impressed with the high stand-
ing and efficiency of Israel's wor-
in West Aliiia, and the quality o
Israel'* representatives.
"One reason for tnis high stanr-
ing ol Israel's representatives in
Wet Africa is that they can get
things done quickly at home."
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Volume 35 Number 46
Friday. November 16. 1962
19 Heshvan 5723
Fear of Failure Deters
King Hussein has told the Arab peoples
that they missed a golden opportunity in fail-
ing to attack and destroy Israel during the
Cuban crisis. While the world was otherwise
occupied, he declared, the deed could easily
have been done.
Jordan, along with Lebanon, is often con-
sidered the soft point in the Arab intransige-
ence against Israel. In view of Hussein's ob-
servation, this is somewhat bitterly amusing.
Our own belief here is that Israel has
never abused her prospect for survival by
hoping to rely on outside assistance in the
event of Arab attack. Israel's brief history
has been written in her birth under fire. A
factual child of the United Nations, Israel
found herself entirely on her own in a war
launched by seven Arab nations just one day
after UN partition of Palestine. The world nev-
er moved to offer assistance.
Neither does the prospect of UN interven-
tion deter the Arabs from doing what Hussein
has suggested as a formula for Cuban crisis
action against Israel. That they can not win
is the single Arab deterrent; it is this that will
keep them lying low until they think they
can.
In any event, who could possibly spear-
head such an attack except Nasser of Egypt?
It is somewhat amusing that Hussein, who
spurs the situation on from the sidelines, this
week lost several of his air force pilots when
they flew the coup and defected to the banks of
the Nile lock, stock, and airplane.
'
THE DEATH of E1 ,nor
Roosevelt sigim.. lh(J
passing of an era. Apa- rom
her esteem as a lyro >i of
humanitarianism. Mrs ,,.,.
Veil was a living link .
of the greatest peri
A m r i M history,
which huge reevaluatii
place concerning the i
biiity of a democrats
merit to the society
li for no other reason and most of us indeed had m
- it was exciting to be her contemporary.
Momentous events are the landmarks of human affairs
"i logical history therefore focuses on these <
i ,i the pro ression of time. To have lived in the sam
as Eleanor Roosevelt i< to have been part of all the change
Roosevelt helped wrought; it is, thus, to have been a vicar.
nt historj
All ci which is by way ol saying that I do not deny ti.
disliked FDR their n hi to feel this way. My own intolei
taste fur one of his Republican successors even tends to
.Minn1 "reasonable" insighl into the attitude of those sufferi
the more acute varieties of anti-Rooseveltism; although I ai
ously offended at the prospect of drawing ill-conceived pai
tween the two as American leaders, political philosopher-
plain politicians.
Extending their dislike to Eleanor Roosevelt, whose
predilections would disturb such souls no less than did her hu-
they are being, I suppose, true to themselves and their pi
But such things ought to have limits


Only a Feeble Zionism
Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum's observation
to the Mizrachi Organization of America that
there can be only a feeble Zionism without
religion should sit well in the minds of those
who have been too long uncomfortable about
post-Israel Zionism.
With the advent of Israeli independence,
it has become prevalent practice to refer to
the movement that gave rebirth to a Jewish
state in our time as "political Zionism."
Rabbi Kirshblum's observation tends to
remind us that Israel must be more than a
political entity, and that Zionism must be more
than a political ideology. For it was not rev-
erent faith in politics that bound the Jews to-
gether through two thousand years of exile.
Neither was it politics that saw the mirac-
ulous survival of Israel in the War of Inde-
pendence.
CJA's Cash Week Drive
The Cash Week collection announced this
week by the Combined Jewish Appeal should
give us all just cause to pause and ponder our
good fortune as citizens of these United
States.
Cash Week, appropriately, is being desig-
nated by CJA leaders as Nov. 19 to 26, and
will include the Thanksgiving holidays.
Indeed, there is much for which we should
be thankful, living in this free nation of plenty.
But the Combined Jewish Appeal is dedi-
cated to servicehumanitarian and welfare
service. And oftentimes, this means assist-
ance to those less fortunate than ourselves.
CJA symbolizes help to Greater Miamians; to
the remnants of the European Jewish commun-
ity; to the fleeing populations of Jews in North
Africa, where the political destinies of nations
change as rapidly as the days flow into one
another; and to the State of Israel, now go-
ing into its fifteenth year of independence.
Cash Week is dedicated to a concentrat-
ed effort to collect $250,000 in outstanding CJA
pledges made in 1961 and 1962. These funds
are needed now. We are sure Greater Mi-
amians will want to express their gratitude
this Thanksgiving for living in a free America.
One way is through CJA.
Ben ZviA Pioneer and a Scholar
f/rcfeo" to Third Term us President of Isratl
Mrs. Roosevelt Passes
We join members of the human family
everywhere in mourning the death of Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt. This is no affectation. Few
are the nations and the peoples on our ever-
shrinking earth that do not personally feel her
loss.
Even such intractable enemies as the Sov-
iet Union recognized her deep humanitarian
purposes. Those who took Mrs. Roosevelt as
an affront to their beliefs merely strengthen
our faith in everything for which she stood.
For it is largely the divisiveness of racial and
religious intolerance Mrs. Roosevelt found it
impossible either to accept or to compromise
in any form.
Hers was a useful life dedicated to the
betterment of humankinda dedication al-
ready apparent in her early years. One of
the monuments to her spirit will be the effec-
tive work Mrs. Roosevelt contributed as a
U.S. delegate to the United Nations, a job she
assumed after the death of her husband.
It would have been sufficient for any
woman to be a devoted wife to one of the
greatest Presidents in American history. But
Eleanor Roosevelt was not just "any woman."
Indeed she was a devoted wifeand more.
Her own personality as a leader in this na-
tion's affairs, with an abiding faith in the grow-
ing understanding of men for one another, is
what will give Mrs. Roosevelt a place in her
own right in the annals of human affairs.
'Dust Off' Your Identity
The observance of Jewish Book Month,
launched annually by the National Jewish
Welfare Board, reminds us once again that
reading is an occupation from which too many
absent themselves too often.
More than anything else, Judaism is an
idea. There is nothing in human history with
the staying-power of ideas. As such, Judaism
has survived throughout the ages.
The written word is largely responsible for
assuring the continuity of an idea. Perhaps
for this reason, Jews are often called "People
of the Book."
Jewish Book Month, as an annual obs
ence repeatedly suggests to us thai
should, from time to time, "dust off" on-
iking of itten word
- by reeding.
THf fABRIC Of HATRED IS DISTORTING
"pREEDOM VOICE" is a telephone number you ring in Mi \
recorded message reels off a pithy thought for the day. "Fr
Voice" is the project of Tom and Ruth Moody, a rather well .
couple, whose political ideology might have seemed quaii
neanderthal. Mrs Roosevelt died early in the evening of Wo
Nov. 7. On Friday, the recording of "Freedom Voice" exten
"very deep sympathy" to all mourner. TN lovers, do-g
extreme middle of the readers, one-worlders. dupes and
thizers." Said what I presume is Mrs. Moody's voice: ""''
not fly our flat; at half-mast today."
Such hatred, it seems to me. is more than indecent; it us, r
more than a statement of political preference: It is a rejection ol
one's personal rendezvous with history: hence, the neanii isl
characteristic to which 1 previously alluded. For what mar,
to the progress of his species would feel anything less than the full
significance of having lived at the same time as one of the artisans
selected to help shape the destiny of this nation?
But the fabric of hatred is apparently such that it distort- all
too easily our view of men and the world surrounding us. Neither is
'Freedom Voice" the only such distortion in Miami these days I
am, for example, still waiting to hear Norman Benson's explanat.-n
of some of his activity as Scoutmaster of Troop 69 in South Daite
county. Benson is the man who distributed "Red Stars." by Myron
C. Fagan, in the form of suggested reading tor the Scouts in h.s
charge. Fagan is a notorious anti-Semite, who has been widely sv\>-
ported by Conde McGinley. publisher of 'Common Sense," one of the
nation's most vicious hate sheets.
: :
ON NURTURING CMC'S CNCmUCS
IN A COLUMN here Oct. 12. I suggested that Mr. Benson might want
to shed some light on his distribution of the Fagan tract; it w.is
after all conceivable that he didn't know who Fagan in fact is i r
that he had no prior knowledge of the anti-Semitic character of the
Cinema Educational Guild, of Hollywood. Calif., which puts oct "Red
Stars."
I also suggested that Ralph Mozo. executive director of the South
Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America, might care to say
something about Scoutmaster Benson's faux pas unwitting or
otherwise. Up until then, Mr. Mozo had merely been quoted a-
ing that anti-Semitic literature "couldn't be called what we eons let
training for Scouting." For his part. Benson declared that ill th
newspaper publicity "burned" him.
Neither Mr. Mozo nor Mr. Benson has since gone on KCOr I in
this matter. A letter written to me Oct. 19 by Ted Slack, jr of
Coral Gables, was the single response to the pleasant suggesti."
some explanations were in order. In the Oct. 12 column, I hart
mented on Mr Slack's relationship to the Liberty landing Library of
Homestead, a "conservative"' group whose circulating stamp u.i- im-
printed on the "Red Stars'" pamphlets distributed by Scoutrn " Benson. Among other things, in his letter. Mr. Slack'noted be was
"surprised to read that this library's stamp appeared on a c
it i-Red Stars')."
Nevertheless, he observed: ". this country" is sufficiently
that American citizens can stand exposure to various pou of
view ."
I here reply that the point of view Myron Fagan and the
Educational Guild represent are intolerable to any decent lets
and that no nation is strong enough to suffer the repeat*
libertarian blows of organized bigotry: the history of Genual
dispels once and tor all as a misleading myth that democrat
nurture the forces of those dedicated to its destruction.
* : .;.
SIX IS NO MORI INSULTING
|u|ORE TO THE point, however: Myron C. Fagan hate ma >' u
hardly proper Boy Seoul literature to which even Ml
apparently in cold and reluctant monosyllables, agreed at the '<'
But conies now the latest addition to these developments.
Mr Mozo was last week reported as "stunned" by an ad ~""
ment appearing in "Boy's Life." official publication of the Bo)
of America. The bait was a "silent dog whistle." and the catch
15-page catalogue, pictoriallj illustrated, listing gift items ai
suggesting lewd or sexual themes. Titles include "An I nl fried
View of Erotica," "Lovers, Mates, and Strange Bedfellows,
Customs of Sex and Marriage and "Dictionary of Aphro
among others.
\ -lory in The Miami News of Nov. 8 reports: "Mi I
"
led like a very serious situation and that he would gel
XK',h ''"' I Officials at once to find out what hail h
"Al New Brunswick, N.J., where the magazine is p
' Hany A Harch< r ] make an immediate i
larl) aro : '
and racists
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Friday, November 16, 1962
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Chaim Weizmann: As Seen by Prime Minister





. DAVIO BEN GURICN
h.iim Weizmann v at ni l
-i m the greal galaxy "i
,i ;h i. aders in our genrra
,i ii re '''i'ii there were ol!:
. figures whose aehii i
i a< !i in hi ov m field, wer
. iding and glorious. Ban -
! de Rothsi hild, from the
~ Jewish a
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il of our ancii I
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Woes Mount
For the Jews
Of Algeria
7:r.tinued from Page 1-A
I ati reported in London this
'c r "liit 21 rabbis from Algeria
had (ready been placed in the
refwjM -swollen Jewish communi-
ties m France spiritual leaders
Dr : plan made his report al a
me< of the Standing Committee
inference ol European Rab-
-,ii(l also that vinous
Jew ish communities had in-
the number ol Jewis relig-
i oilier pel sonnel to meet
U of the newcomers,
than 1750,000 to aid North
Jewish refugees in France
1 ed to the recently form-
L urgency Aid Fund f the
0 nf< rei i European
imunit) Sen ices, al the
. lion's third annual as
'k
inds, uf hich more than
has already l)*--n raised,
ed by Jewish lea Ii -
European countries. The
will be used to supplement
given to the new comers Tjj
it Distribution Committee
Fri mil Go\ernment in el-
absorb some 180.000 North
refugees in France
" -.e complex of new needs
crt"*d for the JDC by the mass
movement of Jews was stressed
in '*orts presented to the JDC's
1 fc*t-i annual Country Directors
Ccr,*\-tnc; simultaneously in
sesvon in Geneva. Moses A.
Lt...itt, of New York, JDC execu-
''v .ice chairman, pointed out
thft due to the uprooting of over
JW'.UUO Jews from their homes in
fb' past 18 months, the needs
which JDC must meet in 1963
muil be substantially greater
man *hose of the past year.
maining Jewish inhabitants
Mo.siem countries are estimated
1 600. In these countries, the
JDC ictwork of activities aids
"i.OOO persons each year. In
spin t emigration from some of
' unines, the needs for 1%3
i'- greater rather than less.
of the weakening of local
1 '' aip and the worsening of
"ii ic conditions, the reports
and in so generous a spirii for the
benefit <.f his people a id the re-
construction of its land.
Evci : ;,t. r and nobli r
the achievement of T h e o .1 11
Herzl i en or I ears
Zioi :j^ ;)
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Ihe grey a /y-lad<
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..- al Ihe r I <>: his /.
itl He was a s list n I. as
e belie\ed in grow'h b;
lion, : i limi s ei., obli\ ious
of the facl thai Ihe ways of his-
tory .ue different ln>m those ol
nature, and thai even in nature
there oci ur sudden explosions
The greal wonder is that while
Rothschild with his millions and
his em rositj tailed in his prac-
tical en eavors, and Herzl with
his v ision and Ins noble perso '
ality could not succeed in the
sphere "i politics, Weizmann lab-
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Jewish was Chaim Weizmann. No
other Jew in the Diaspora ever
reached his internationa (status.
Weizmann. like Herzl. was born
with the crown of statesmanship
on his head. They were the elec".
of the people before they had yet
beei i lected. The Balfour Declar
ation. the first i;reat political vk
I i Zioni: i':. .' as achieved b>
lout his having been
r of the Zionisl Exec*
Y > Weiz nann represi
e than men ly a fusion of poll.
i d pr tical Zioni n N
from
1 pin, ui tood
of I
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Historic photo shows Dr. Chaim Weizmann (left) and Dr.
Stephen Wise, world-renowned spirkual leader of Reform
Jewry.
oured and succeeded in
There was in him an harmonious
fusion of political vision and prac-
tical exertion. His every thought
and action sprang from deep
roots, which were closely inter-
twined 'Mih those ot the Jewish
people on the one hand, and with
science ami practical wisdom on
the other That was the secret
cf his greatness and his historic
ach e\ I. of his influence and
his international renown.
V ne of the gn at international
figures which have emerged from
the Jewish people in modern
tin.es reached greatness on the
strength of their activities as Jews
or among .lews. The only great
ii trmational ligure who was truly
Reached His Goal
w izmann suffered many dis-
intments in his life, but un-
like other great leaders, he was
destined to reach the goal of his
life, to see the emergence of the
State for which he had labored
as no other man did. He was
red to become the first
Pri sidenl of Israel reborn.
Weizmann the mortal man has
departed. Weizmann the man ot"
destinythat dazzling image-
will never be dimme.l.
The Odyssey Of Sir Moses Ezekiel
The Biblical injunction against making-
graven images is responsible for the
absence of .lew s from the roster of great
artists until relatively modern times. In
the nineteenth century, however, with
the expansion of religious and political
liberty, Jews who were attracted to the
arts were able to study and develop their
talents. The most famous of these was
Moses Jacob Kzekiel.
" Born in Richmond, Virginia. Ezekiel
was drawn to painting and sculpture at
an early age. When the Civil War broke
out, however, Kzekiel entered Virginia
Military Institute and enlisted in the
Confederate Army. He was 17. At the
war's end he returned to the Institute
and was graduated. Since there was no
art school in America at the time.
Ezekiel went to Berlin as a student at
the Royal Academy of Art. Three years
later ill 1872, he attained recognition
with his statue of Washington: he was
admitted to the exclusive Berlin Society
of Artists.
Ezekiel's bas-relief, "Israel," won him
the Michael Beer Prix de Home and took
him to that city. He was to spend the
next II years there. From his studio in
the Daths of Diocletian, and later in the
Belisarius Tower, came a spate of sculp-
ture, numbered literally in the hundreds.
To his studio came the leading nota-
bles of the world-Garibaldi. d'Annun-
zio, even the King and Queen of Italy.
The King knighted Moses Jacob Ezekiel.
Among his friends were both Robert K.
Lee and Franz Liszt.
Ezekiel's long productive life ended in
1917. His will specified that he be buried
in his beloved native land. Fittingly,he is
interred in Arlington National Cemetery
at the foot of the Monument to Confeder-
ate War Dead which he himself designed.
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Friday, November 16. 19^
5a Africa Press Attacks Israel on Apartheid
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Contirved fion Page 1-A
support to Israel The newspaper week as OPPO?"* f JJ
laded South African Jews "must harsher terms in a General,Assent
less hostile to South Africa than dedde h,,0 tru,v stand-uith blj resolution calling upon lu- ..
Nasser's Egypt." gouth Africa or Israel It is not canty Council oconsidei .,
bmth Africa which tores Jews to expulsion oi South Africa if M aid
The article ateo posed the ques- Jag JMcajWCh ..
t on as to whether Israel hid con- n,'1Kl
..rod the position of South Afri- Isra.
11 calling tor a break of diplomatic
relations with South Africa and for
to
Mr. Parom declared "My dele
tion will vote for the n ol
I 1 whole. even it it i
particular paragraph on the form,.
lation ol which 1 have expressed
"ccitaui FtBeTORtonf We wofflR/do
so because we are mindful, above
everything, of the need for the
United Nations to take a clear ar..j
strong stand on any matter which
After stating his Government's concerns policies of racial dii
to be a member of this orgamia-
tion. the possibility of influencing
its policies would be greatly di-
minished, and such action would,
therefore, be self-defeating."
j fti.tinna this another clause
van Jewry, which had given much record at the I nited Nations this
meanwhile c.ear.y on ^-^VVBSlS objections to some of the cUwes, ination."
Members of the buildino committee, headed by Seymour
Drexler, architect, plan for groundbreakinq ceremonies in
February for the first unit of the new Temple Beth Shirah. The
ouilding will go ud en the first of the four acres of land pur-
chased recently at SW 120th st. and 77th ave. Left to right
are Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, Leo Martin, Leon Roth, Ber-
nard Mandler, and Rabbi Morris Skop. Not pictured are
Morris Herman. Seymour Drexler, Marvin Hollub. Max New-
mark, Abe Smuklei, Brian Harelik, William Aaronson. David
Schaecter, Paul Hiller. and I. W. Baros.
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
the interruption of trade with that
countrj The vote was Oil tor. 16
a ainst 23 abstentions.
Israel voted for the resolution as
; whole in a plenary session of
the Assembly but only alter the
body had turned down efforts to
ballot on separate clauses in the
draft including those opposed by
Israel
Ambassador Abraham Darom,
Israel's representative in the
Assembly's Special Political Com-
mittee, which had previously
passed the identical resolution,
had told that group, prior to the
voting, that Israel was convinced
some cf the clauses "go beyond
what the Assembly could proper-
ly ask of sovereign states."
ning the clause 1 '
bsnnii e and diplomatic 1
tions Mr. Darom had stated "Each
vernmenl is obliged to exercise
its own best judgment, and then to
account to its Parliamenl and it-
people for its action Concerning
the article requesting the Security
Council to consider smith African
expulsion from IN membership.
Israel declared it -does not con-
sider that such a step would he
conducive to the result which it
sought "'
"On the contrary," Israel de-
clared, "if South Africa ceased
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
(Conservative)
Announces the Resumption of Late I
Evening Services for the 1962-63 S
Tonight
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Will Preach on
"ISRAEL REVISITED"
CANTOR HIRSH ADLER will chant
Assisted by the Temple Choir
Under the direction of Mrs. Florence Goldring
Continued from Page 4-A
jy the tender minds in his
barge. He neither promised any
'immediate investigations." nor
iid he view the situation as "scri-
ms is lewd and pornographic
literature more devastating to
Boy Scouts than the Myron C
material in which Norman
3enson traffics?
Of is this, by contrast, to be
aken as a reflection
lom's tacit approval 1 f bigotry?
Perhaps, it statement of the
of stunted adult understand-
here morality relates ti sex
,nly in which case, it should
henceforth be increasingly diffi-
cult to tell, except by their
shoulder-patches, who are the
Scouts, and who the Masters,
I suggest to Mr. Mozo that the
anti-Semitic literary source- Mr,
Benson circulates are as catastro-
phically insulting to the teen a
mind as catalogues ol erotica. If
he and Scoutmaster Benson fad
to agre< and remain silent,
there i> now cause to wonder
about both of them whether
they, too. for example, listen to
"Freedom Voice" attack- against
"UN-lovers, d< -gooders, extreme
middle of the roaders, one-world-1
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GREATER MiAMM
CHEYRA KAOtStlA ami
CHESED SUtlt. EMES
LET US HONOR OUR BELOVED ONES
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Please Request an Official CERTIFICATE
It is mandatory to make the TAHARA before the
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Every Traditional Rabbi Urgently Requests the
Public to Cooperate with the Chevra Kodisha.
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Page 7-A
The Man-andIdea-Behind an A ward
Joseph M. Liplon, president of Temple Emanu-El, is congrat-
ulated by three community leaders serving as members of
the host committee for a dinner of tribute at which Lipton will
be honored "for his service to the community and tne State
o! Israel." From left with Lipton are Jack Corner, Gabriel
Hoatter and Emil Morton. The dinner will take place Satur-
day evening, Nov. 24, at the Fontainebleau hotel, with Am-
sador Abba Eban as special guest speaker.
Abba Eban Arrives for Month Stay;
Speak at Lipton Tribute Dinner
ernors of the Greater Miami Is-
real Bond Organization,
Eban, who served from i!)4!i to
ifl.i9 as Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, and from 1948 to
1959 as permanent representative
ti. the United Nations, will repre-
sent his eountrj in the tribute to
Lipton.
Khan first achieved worldwide
prominence as official liaison be-
tween the Jewish community oi
Palestine and the United Nations
committees which deliberated the
Palestine problem in Geneva and
at Lake Success.
He., line the committee for the
dinner are Dr Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
El; Samuel Friedland, chairman t
the Temple board and of the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond Organization;
Popick; Mayer II. Frankel. Joseph
M. Rose. Harry Sirkm. honorary
presidents; Bernard I. Hinder.
Charles Fruchtman. Leo Robinson,
honorary vice presidents; Max
Boderman, Joseph Cohen. Samuel
.1 llalperni. George .1. Talianoff,
Judge Irvine; Cypen, vice '- -
dents; Emil Morton. Samuel Lip-
ton. A .1 Molasky. Marcus O. Sar-
okin, officers of the Temple; Mrs.
Sol Goldstein, Sisterhood presi-
dent: and Michael Sossin, Brother-
hood president.
\liba Eban, Minister of F.duca-
and Culture of the State of
lei, and former Ambassador to
he I'nited States, arrived this
i k tor a one-month stay during
khich he will deliver a major ad-
Iress in Miami on Saturday, Nov.
i
l-rael"- noted diplomat, who was
. -pokesman in the I'nited States
at the United Nations from Us
Mith. will be guest speaker at a
inner honoring Joseph M Lipton.
Miami civic, philanthropic and bus-
-s leader. The dinner will be
leld at the Fontainebleau hotel un-
i r the auspices oi Temple Emanu-
Lipton is president of Temple
Emanu-El, and will be honored
'for his service to the commun-
ity and the State of Israel." Din-
ner chairman is Jack S. Popick,
chairman of the board of gv-
The Human Isolations Award
which the Florida Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith be-
stows annually upon a deserving
Floridian attracts community
wide attention. Yet. the man i.i
u hose name the wardconsisting
of a plaque and $1,000 for re-
search in the Held of Intergroup
relations is presented, is himself
one who modestly shuns the com-
munity s grateful plan lets.
His credo might well be said
to be that thoo who are fortu-
nate enough to help others,
should do so, but privately and
without fanfare. And that's the
course Leonard L. Abess, in
whose name Mayor Robert King
High will be honored on Sunday,
Dec. 2, has chosen for himself.
The aware, as in the past, will
be presented during the annual
meeting of the Florida region
of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith.
Abess, formerly chairman of
the ADL's Florida board since
1951, served as its chairman from
1948 until 1951. His communal
work however has not been con-
fined to intergroup relations
alone
A chairman of theold Miami
Beach Community Chest in 19.">0.
his philanthropic involvements
have seen him in leadership roles
of the Dade County Community
Chest, which honored him in
1956. and of which he was presi-
dent in 1950. He has been an of-
ficer of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the
Miami opera Guild, the Dade
County Cancer clime, the Orange
Bowl Committee, Ihe fund-raising
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.iinpaign ol ihe University ol
Miami. .Hid various other civic
causes,
In 1955, along with Baron do
llirsch Meyer. Ahe-s donated to
the Community Chest Its Com-
munity Chest Building.
Abess, chairman of the board
Beach, and president of the In-
dustrial National Hank, is also a
past president of the Florida
State Board of Accountancy, in
which he siill is highly interest-
ed.
While these associations, hon-
ors, and involvements find scant
mention in Abess' own conversa-
tion, the basis on which the Leon-
ar I. Abess Award has been pr
- i.;. '1 are v rj public, and,
atic.
Th< 1 ar I began with r
1 ; ih importai 1 e ol ant
lalii n agait si the K
;. -. Klan, for which Mayor 1
Lee Powell wa shonored as first
recipient. Th lorn ly and cour-
, ve ,n- -land of a single legislate
i n avalanche oi racist
ills v a- recognized when foi m<
uSate Rep. Ji hn B. Orr, Jr -
also presented with the award
Th quiet drama of a gov-
ernor sleerirg his state by tht
shoals oF racism and extrem-
ism was recognized in the award
presented Gov. LeRoy Collins
Th true ring of courage in the
voice of a university official
who counseled moderation and
brothedhood af a time when
boih were hard-pressed by ex-
tremists was given recognition
when the University of Miami'*
Dr. H Franklin Williams re-
ceived the Ar-ess Award.
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off. max HvssBAum
Jewish Hopefuls
Fare Well in
Congress Races
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Dr Xu*i

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At the age of 25. he assumed
the pulpit of the Great Jewish
Congregation of Berlin, where he
remained until leaving Germany
The rabbi is an outstanding lec-
turer, and has addressed func-
tions throughout Europe. South
America, and the United States.
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Bcr. GiUer is chain \
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Jacob Rifkin, Joseph R Juliu*
.!. R *natein, Rayn
Irving Saal. Irving Schat
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Dr. Irving Lehrman, ret
Miami Beach on Friday I
recent study tour of Is-
be the keynote speaker
opening session of the 25t
conference.
3 to
- his
will
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The openin -. -
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i ,, oxenhorn, evi Not 22, ii i
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, -. Reinhard, Today."

Emar
crat on the --ate ticket "' ctioi
He a? reelected controller Israel F f St
bv a excee ling 00. pi the six-state S
V Louis J Left -
ras re< b the Kepub-
l ekI
The election campaigns gener-
ally were free of attempts to
stir racial or religio-'S feeling
against candidates. Some anti-
Semitic agitation was reported
from Alaska against Sen. Gruen-
ing. In Illinois a German-Amer-
ican j'cuo had appea'ed for sup-
port for Sen. Dirksn against Re-
pulican Yates on racial line's
of America nnouncj
the apt
land Jack S I I -'
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se the r 5 cot
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Gil Rappaport executive direc-
tor of the Southeast region, will
be honored at the banquet for
10 years of service to the ZOA
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I am deeply grateful to the many
thousands of persons who suppc
me in the Congressional Election
on November 6th.
Your vote was not in vain, even I
we did not win, for the remarkc-
strength of it has provided a solid :
for the forces of moderation a
common-sense fiscal responsibi
Sincerely,
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Miamians Off To Assembly This Weekend
Around the corner" at Federation's agencies in Miami, cash
ually important as it is "around the world" for overseas
., and this is illustrated by Leo Eisenstein (left), cash col-
>n chairman, David P. Catsman (center), and Federation
dent, Sidney Lefcourt, as they ask the community to join
in making this a Happy Thanksgiving for thousands by re-
ming their Combined Jewish Appeal pledges.
JA Cash Week' Set Here for Nov. 19-26;
Minimal $250,000 Sought to Meet Needs
and the Mos
said David P. Cats
V
ro make it a Happy Thanks-
holiday for thousands, we
.1 your help help in Miami.
el, North Africa
untiles,'
n this week.
atsman in cash chairman (if
Combined Jewish Appeal. The
Mia in: Jewish Federation
announced Cash Collection
. k as Nov. 19 to 26.
The months of November and
cnber mit see Federation
-iv $750000 that has been
i_ ;-d to the Combined Jewish
Appeal in 1961 and 1962," Cats-
m in said. "This is only or.e-th.ird
lol the total of unredeemed
p dgs for that period."
irned Catsman: "If we do not
v.' the S250.O0O by the end of
year, we can not meet our oh-
ions to Federation's local
arid to the United Jewish
i ..1 "
said that the Thanksgiving
ys are "an ideal time" for
Miami Jewry to respond
to CJA's welfare and humanitarian
cases
Amnnj; the important reasons
for the urgent cash need is the
increasing demand for services
brought to Federation's institu-
tions by an ever-growing popula-
tion in the Greater Miami Jewish
community. Programs of health,
welfare, family service and others
,-ir.. meetins with growing lists of
Miamians in need of service
Another urgent need is the
flow of Jewish refugees to Israel
and France. Jews from North
Africa have poured into France
at uch a rate that French Jew-
ry has increased by 50 oercent
in 18 months, according to re-
cent statistics.
"Cash can make their dreams
a reality." ("atsman stated, "and
I know the yood faith of all who
pledged to join in the Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign will be
shown, and Federation and the
Inited Jewish Appeal will go noil
over their goal of $250,000 ."
At the 31st general assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds taking place in
Philadelphia this weekend, top na-
li and li cal leaders will de-
liver major addresses on significant
(! mestic and international I
prol lems and programs confront-
ii American and Canadian Jewish
communil iet
mi Federation leaders who
will play a major role in the assent-
blj a.1 its SI ssions include:
Mais!.all Harris, panelist on
"Sei vii \. Outside Institu-
tions
Sidney Lefcourt, Federation
president, panelist for workshop
on "Pledges into PaymentsEf-
fective Collection," for cities over
40.0G0 Jewish population.
Stanley C. Myers, speaker at the
Canadian committee session, who
will also preside at the election of
Council officers and board mem-
bers.
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt will be a
reporter at the Women's commun-
al service session on "Persistent
Campaign Problems: Experience of
Women's Divisions."
Nationally noted speakers will in-
clude: Dr. Eli Ginsberg, director
of Columbia University's conserva-!
tion of human resources project,
who will deliver the Herbert R.
Abeles .Memorial address. His top-
ic will he "Human Resources and
the General Welrare."
Dr. Isador Lubin, consultant for
(he Jewish Agency for Israel;
Charles H. Jordan, European direc-
tor of the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee; and jos-
eph Meyerhoff, general chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal, in
a report mi "Overseas Aid1963"
ai the Thursday evening session,
Albert Vorspan, director of the
Commission on Social Action of Re-
form Ju aisni. and coauthor of the
1.1nit hook, "A Tale of Ton Cities,"
will deliver the sermon at the
assembly Sabbath services, 10:15
a.m.. on "Judaism and Issues in
American DemocracyWhat Stake
and Role?"
Edwin Wolf, II, of Philadelphia,
president, and Dr. JuCah J. Sha-
piro, secretary of the National
Foundation for Jewish Culture,
will discuss "Jewish Culture in
AmericaStatus and Outlook" at
the assembly's traditional Oneg
Shabbat on Saturday at j:15 p.m.
Louis Stern, of .Smith Oranj
N.J.. incoming president of tin
Council, will deliver the keynote
address at the banquet session Sat'
urday evening on "The Federation
mitment in Our Changing
Worl I."
Other Greater Miami Jewish
communal leaders who will atte-u
the assembly are Mrs. Marshal
Harris, Mrs Stanley C. Myers, Mr
and Mrs. Harold Thurman, and Ai
thur s. Rosichan, executive direc
tor of the Greater Miami Je
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Friday. November 16. lgjw
Toward
1964
By MAX LERNER
The TV fellows kept talking about "cliff-hanger" contests, yet there
was a sweet assurance about watching the TV screen. For it has intro-
duced a new dimension into American politic -
Behind the scenes and the screens are the delicately poised molt-
Star machines which act like an It. (i. Well- tune machine and move
jauntily into a future thev have already anticipated and expend ed
The cliff-hanger contest I watched most intently was the one between
the "Profile Analysis" on CBS and the "Decision Desk" oi NBC. ihe
ease with which they disposed of the political destinies ol the^hapless
candidates, "declaring" one or the other elected or deleate made
me wonder why the candidates need ever bother to run in the future
In 1964, why not let President Kennedy and his opponent turn the
race over to the two machine worthies, who can dispense with the elec-
tion itself, and toss a coin about which of them will -declare" the win-
ning candidate elect..:"

Yet whin it comes to tracing a pattern in the election* throughout
the nation, the machines didn't help much. What do you make ol Ver-
mont and New Hampshire going Democratic and of the Republicans
picking up Congressional votes in the South, except the human perver-
sity of voters who don't like to be taken lor grained?
What do you think of the .Midwest and liocky Mountain ana- where
?verv .state seemed to have its own individual scramble, with a number
(if upset victories going to the Republicans and some to the Demo-
crats.' Only that America in the mid-term of the Kennedy Presidency
has chosen to vote neither tor nor against tin New Frontier and n-
policies. but only lor or again- particular personalities who asked for
the suffrage of the voters in particular contexts.

The 1962 election is no comfort to the Republicans, who had great
hope- tor winning a juicy bloc ol -eats in the House, and must now
tae< the bitter prospect ol an unchanged llou.-e and a Senate in which
their position is poorer than it was Yet while it breaks mid-term prece-
, Q| the party strength Ol the Democrats largely unchang-
ed, it shows no swing among the voter- to give the President the work-
ing majoritj he asked for. on behalf of New Frontier measures The
verdict ol the voters, I suspect, is that the force.- loose in the world
are too overwhelming for anj political ideologyNew Frontier, liberal
Republican or radical rightto cope with. SO why not take a hard look
the men themselves and let that decide?
The dramatic race- were, of course, those centering around the
three or tour potential Republican candidates tor the 1964 Presidential
r 'innation The elimination id Nixon ha- put an end to a political
career whose last phase was a good real less than glorious. But lt<" ke
feller's New York victorj was too thin to give him much further thrust
into the Presidential future. The Morgenthau candidacy, weak a- it
was. may well have put a crimp into another Presidential hope, espec-
ially when the Rockefeller margin is compared not only with hi- last
one but also with the much larger Javits margin

Scranton in Pennsylvania and Romney in Michigan are the two
new Republican figures who have pushed into the trout ol the race
Of the two my present bets are on Romney, who -tnkes me as far ihe
more vigorous and dramatic personality, with many traits reminiscent
Pk real Republican struggle will. I think, be between Rockefeller
and Romney. The latter has the edge ol novelty, and he ha- not yet
become the target of the tar-out Republican conservatives a- Rocke-
feller has m many parts >! the nation Yet if the New York election
shows anything it -how- that Rockefeller's attempted canniness in run-
r int. In- state campaign so a.- not to hurt hi.- national chances was a
mistake It hi is to get thi imii rid with it a chance to race
Kennedy, he- must do it r.ot by wariness I ut bj bol
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any other free country as they
wished.
The United States Government
nas urged at another session to de-
clare a "moratorium" on all econ-
omic and technical man;.- to those
Aral) -late- which impose "econ-
omic sanctions, unfair treatment,
and political disabilities on Amer-
ican citizens "
Rabbi Bernard Bergman, former
president oi the Religious Zionists
ol America, told the convention that
it was decidedly unjust and in-
equitable to require Americans to
contribute their tax dollars to any
country which make- invidious tfis-
unctions between American citi-
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abusive and wanton behavior of the
Aral) students in this country who
are perverting their scholarship
privileges, rights and hospitalities
by indulging in a contemptible and
dishonorable anti-Semitic campaign
on the Campuses Ol American col-
leges. "
AOL Rumor Clinic
B'nai B'rith Women. Anne Frank
chapter, will meet Tuesday noon
at Park l.ai'e cafeteria, 2155 Cor.il
Way Herbert Heiken, co-chairman
oi the Greater Miami ADL Coun-
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Arabs Should be Told Facts of Life
,,. sHINGTON (JTAJ 'Hie. ( h.uinim Otto Pajsnuin, of the Arab refugees should be taken out
in, vrab refugees should be Huf* ^eigh Operations Appro- oi refugee camps and permanently
tun
, at they cannot expect to re prlations Subcommittee, it was re- relocated in Arab states rather than
,, their former homes in Is- vealed m testimony made publie dreaming of a return to Israel. He
Harlan Cleveland. Assistant ,lerc sai.! that "for the United States to
. ary ol State for International Kep Passman. Louisiana Demo, be cognizant of that situation and
izatton Affairs, agreed with n at. told Mr. Cleveland thai the "t be forthright, and just tell
'ho < people thai this i- .> proposi-
!'ii thai will never be solved i- un-
believable."
Mr. Cleveland affirmed Rep.
Passman's statement that Arab
refugees lived only to reclaim a
"house" in Israel and that "those
people know they will not get the
house back." Rep. Passman said
the Arabs should be told "the
facts as they are, and action
should be taken accordingly."
He said he would vote for funds
' permanently relocate the Arab
refugee* fie told Mr. Cleveland:
"II you would come clean with
Mil se people and let them know the
score, you could eonie before this
Committee for funds to relocate
them."
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Friday, November 16. ]%2
'Plaque Day1 Set
Here for Sunday
"Plaque Day" will be celebrated
n the Hebrew Academy of Croat
r Miami on Sunoay. wnen plaques
nid mezuzahs will be affixed In all
classrooms of the new school.
Mezuzahs will !>' affixed during
he 10:30 a.m. dedication ceremony
>y more than 100 persons who en
lowed the cla srooms and build-
'l he n trom Is-
ael, and were brought here bj
;.iiiin Alexandt r S Gi oss, pi
>al of the At.. I<. ij ho ri ccnCTj
.! Israel
Hebrew Academy graduate,
Lesle Fuchs, will deliver the in-
vocation, and Cantor Samuel
Gomberg will offer a musical pro-
gram. Academy president, Louis
Menvitier, will deliver greetings
on behalf of the school's officers.
A brunch in the Max Silvcrbe
ing 11.ill and a musical program
>y t ic Hebrew Academy choir, li d
>) vlrs Miriam Donnerstag. will
ollow the dedication ceremonies
Students representing each of the
ooms will recite th< blessing for
iffi> ing the mezuzahs.
The Hebrew Academy is COmpris-
d of three buildings: Louis Mer-
ivitzer building, administration of-
ices; Charles Charcowsky build-
ing, elementary and junior huh
school classrooms; and the Jacob
Cohen building, winch houses the
bapel, auditorium and dining hall.
Hebrew Ac cholarship dinner chairman, B. i. I
(right), receives reservations for the annual event from co-
chairman Joseph Cohen, while Academ
Merwitzer, looks on. The banquet is slated for Dec. 1G at the
Deauville hotel.
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to support the Mesivta High School
ol Greater Miami. 1021 Biarritz dr.,
N'ormand) Isle, is the goal of Rab-
bi David Lehrfield, membership
chairman.
He was recently appointed by
Rabbi II Louis Rottman, vice pres-
ident of the Mesivta High School
Harry Rosen, of the board of di-
> of Keneseth Israel ongre
is co chairman of the mem-
bership camp..:
Now in its third year, and head
ed by Rabbi Morn- L. Horovitz,
the -i ho has 30 students attend-
ing classi -
The Mesivta is the only Hebrew-
high school in the south.
Rabl Alexander s. Gross is presi-
de nt
Square Donee Barbecue
A square dance and barbecue
supper, sponsored by Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Slurah. will be hell
on Saturday, 9 p.m., at the South
Miami Riding Academy Commit-
tee members are Mrs. Burton
Yagoda, Mrs. Sidney stein and Mrs.
P.iv id Markenson
Fighl for Sight Meeting
Fight [or Sight btfl l a meeting
noon at the Fontaineblcau
Following lunch, Mrs. i M.
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lenl of the group is Mrs
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November 16, 1962
'Je*ist>nor id in,n
Page 13-A
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Taanit, 16.
',' tac\dotn and fasting avail.
penUnC4 and good deeds.

Sandhedrin, f).
Iiljim cannot stand in ihe
u'here penftdtiti stand.
*
i Rabbati, 44.
.1 repents o\ hit
. id then returns to the sam<
m i trulj repented.
?
ii it, \ 1
. m
:
I out garmenu ft i
. uut ions.
* *
ii .v. :27b.
thy youth
Ei il I m -
. written "Thou shall
ii ini 1I before the
m > u>ithm thee ~- a I
L*\ 19:32.
3n OL IZeaL Of JHi
ianii 9
Irreligious d*~ije
D
12
\\ i test ion JTjox
\y d is the Hebrew calendar?
of the Hebrew calendar
..illy published In the
H b\ Hillcl II. These rules
eviously considered as a
ience. Rabbi Akiba In the
. century already taiiuht his
[! these rules. It was the
p lions during the reign of
ii e that prompted the
Li- in (he fourth century to for-
iblish these rules lest by
on of the people they be
i tten and lost to us.
*
'hy is it that the days of the wk
Have no names in the Hebrew
language but are referred to
by numbers, i.e. the first day,
the second day, etc?
Referring to the days of the week
number serves two functions.
rst, it reminds us of the creation;
is when we say that Sunday, for
ample, is the first day, it car-
s with it the idea that it was
lirst day of creation. This
a.-ure constantly reaffirms our
ief in the Divine Creator. Sec-
ily, using numbers for the day,
the week, impresses upon us
il the week is centered on the |
Ij Sabbathbecause the seventh
y '- referred to as the Sabbath
the only day with a name.'
*
". is it that on the Sabbath be-
fore, the new moon appears, an
announcement is proclaimed
in the synagogue telling the
exact hour, minute and second
of the appearance of the new
moon?
| is done to make us aware
wonders and scienific pre-
of nature. Instead of re-
t the coming of a new
Dnth as a page on a paper cal-
ms announcement is made
the Jew can stand in awe
pi revcrance over the spectacle
iral phenomenon. In gen-
tl announcement of the coni-
: ill the new moon in the syna-
gui a as meant to alert the pop-
to watch for it and to pro-
aim lie proper benediction when
in a moon finally appears.
The Best Opinion Tells Us
That We Can't be Neutral
By RABBI NOPMAN N. SHAPIRO
Beth Davii Congregation
A ( Hi ague wrote nut so Ii ng
ago: "To make a wrong choici
deplorable, h-it to make no ch
is tragic." Here, it sei ms to me,
lies the real tragedy of the >-
called neutral nations or indivi-
duals The word "neutral" con i
from two words in the Latin anil
French, meaning "not either." To
embrace a neutral position suggests
avoiding issueseschewing contro-
versy and shunning taking a stand.
In the world today, the East ana
the Wesl arc involved in a "cold
war'" which we pray to God may
never become "hot." There is also
a third so-called neutral category
somewhere in that nebulous grey
ana between East and West. In-
dia i> the best known member of
' this group of nation-.
It is my firm conviction that in
actuality there can be no such
thing as a truly "neutral" nation
or individual. Day in and day out
we. as human beings, arc faced with making decisions. Granted, our
choices are not always absolute in character, that is. between black and
white. Sometimes the outlined area is shaded or grey.
In many of our decisions, we also encounter the elements of good
and evil. Ofttimes we become neutral by adopting "a plague on both
your houses" attitude. By not exercising our prerogatives to vote, by
not reaching decisions, by not supporting right against wrong, we are
enabling corrupt persons or corrosive ideas to succeedall because of
default and inertia
We can understand why institutions frequently fail in accomplish-1
mentbe they religious, philanthropic, cultural or social. If decisions, i
directions and affirmations are lacking, then the organization is the!
loser and there is resultant chaos. This is particularly apparent in our
Jewish religious life, where the concept of "pareve" should have no!
place. As Jews, we can no longer afford the luxury of a neutral "do-1
nothing attitude." Our compelling need now is active and dedicated
Jews, whose main resolve will be to undertake responsibilities and ful-
fill them.
It was probably with thest> forebodings in mind, the lack of response
in synagogue members, that Rabbi Israel H. Levinthal wrote a book
some years ago called "Steering or Drifting, Which?" Today, we share
his concern with the "Parevediger" Jew, the neutral or indifferent syna-
gogue member. By fighting the tide, by courageously embracing pop-
ular or unpopular causes, by actively identifying ourselves with our re-
ligious cultural heritage, we evidence our being alive.
In Pirke Avot, we receive the following sage advice (Ethics of the
Fathers2:li Rabbi Judah the Prince editor of the Mishna (135-220
CE), taught: "Which is the right course that a man should choose for
himself: That which is a bride to him who pursues it and which also
brings him honor from mankind."
Centuries later, it was Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) who wrote a
statement that is completely applicable to being 'Parevedig": 'They
that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, de-
serve neither liberty nor safety."
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HGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. R.ibDi Isaac tver.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ve Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro-
Cantor William W. Lioo-
l-1 Ida) 15 |i hi. Saturday 9 a.m
i i Vit/.\ ah: Mli hai I Judil, nun ol
Mi. and Mi s. Irving 1 la> Is.
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BETH EL. 500 Sw inn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Scruff.
I i uiay 5:1.1 l> m. SatonUo R 10 a m
St-rmon: "The Faith ol Abraham."
"
RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
. against the fide
^Jinow Ljcttr Ksonyrecjatiens
UrVlS STIRNiHtIN
president of Beth David
Beth David Congregation
Beth David Congregation was;
originally organized in 1912 under
the name of B'nai Zion. Five
years later, in 1917. the congrega-
tion was reorganized, and the name
changed to Beth David. In that
year, a site was purchased at the
corner of NE 2nd ave., and 7th st. I
By 1920. the rapidly expanding
Jewish population of Greater Mi-
ami made it necessary for the con- i
gregatiOD to purchase a new site)
at NW 3rd ave, and in 1925, after,
Beth David engaged the first per-j
manent rabbi in the community.
and established the first religious!
school.
Not too many years later, be-:
cause of the growth of the mem-
bership of Beth David, it became
apparent that the physical facili-
ties at NW 3rd ave. were inade-
quate, and on March 13, 1949,
ground was broken at SW 3rd ave.
and 26th rd., which location Beth
David now occupies.
The synagogue is 80 to 240 ft ,
and has provision for seating more
than l,MO congregants it is Rom
,.n Corinthian in design, and has
n open rotunda at the mam en-
ranee, with eight massive colu
supporting a dome 50 tl in
er, which extends over | art ol
: | igue.
r loubiing
B th David is now able com!
This page is prepared in
; cooperation tfith the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
RABBI MAX A. L1PSCIUTZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOI OMON SCHIFP"
Gems of Wisdom

ably to accommodate its school en-
rollment of 600, from nursery to
post-confirmation level.
Beth Davids facilities include a
ballroom of some 7.500 sq. ft.,
which a.ljoins the main sanctuary.
This now permits the entire mem-
bership and their families to wor-
ship together under one roof. The
ballroom, known as Spector Hall,
has been the scene of many wed-
dings, theatre parties, receptions,
concerts, dinners, and dances.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro is spiri-
tual leader Lewis Sternshcin is
president of the congregation. Louis
Seitlin is Men's Club president, and
Mrs. Louis Seitlin is president oi
the Women's Auxiliary,
pro-
I. V
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fein.
Frlilaj 8:15 p.m. Riehard lchuk and
K ranu i. "f thi Junior Congre-
gation, will conduct thi service. Bat-
m :.!\ v i a.m.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or
thodo* Rabbi H. Louis Rcttman
I 114i.i> 5:2o |.m Sal irday 9 -i m,
Sermon: "Thi Personality of Abra-
hum."
e
BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamclwi.
I- Idn.i :::;' p.m. Sal irrtaj SO n m
.-. i in- -ii: "Federal Aid i>> School*
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Israeli Gave] to I"
presented bj Dr. Aaron Kalian, exeou- I
ti\>- director "f Greater Miami Com-
n ttei for Israi I Bonds. Hla ibjecl
"The Bond Between Vn."
Jacobson, congregation president, will
accept the gav< I, Negev Awards to
I,- during Oneg bhabbat Sat-
urday 8:15 a.m. Sermon: 'Mad Laugh-
ter."
--
BETH TFILAH. 9?.5 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. lMtn at. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Are you
Part f the Problem or the Answer?"
Satnrdav s.: 4r. a.m. Sermon: "Sarah,
II.itar. and the ShunamlUA Study
(.( Mothers." liar Milzvah: Hart, son
of Mr. and .Mrs. Morris Alderman.
CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 87SS SW 16th St.. Mi-
ami. Rabhi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
FViday 5:15 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"The First and L-ist Ileligious Jew.
Saturday K:45 a.m. Bar Mltzvah:
Roger, s^n of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Aid-
man.
e
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richtir.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday sir, p.m. Sunday school pupils
t,. be consecrated. Sermon: "children
Of the Book." Saturday 8:80 a in.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion. Bar Miiz-
vah at Mincha .' p.m.: Allen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irvvln GelKr.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 5:18 and f:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion." Saturday 8:80 a.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Frldav 5:i8 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"8eelng the Poaltlve." Ones Bhab-
bal hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schiff
in honor of their anniversary.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643S SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday vn p.m. Sermon: "Treasures
..f Jewish Wisdom." Saturday I a,m.
Bar Milzvah: Michael Roy, son "I
Mr and Mis. Joseph I., m.i. who will
host Oneg sh.iidi.it in bis honor Fri-
day \, ning.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor-
ris Berqer.
Friday B:15 p.m. Sermon: "Divide
and Be enquired." Saturday 9 am.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Retorm. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Later
Thoughts i'ii the Cuban Crisis Sat-
urday 11:15 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Neal,
json "f Mi and Mi-. Paul Calluru.
: TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave Reform
Pabbi Samuel Jaff*
i lay 8 p in. Consecration of m w
members. Sermon: "On the Rites and
| Rights of ''in Temple Membership."
Saturda) il a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
struction^. R a h 1.1 Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb
l-i I.lav n 15 p.m. St rmon l:
\\ ith a Causp." Satui das 10:80 a.m.
s. imon: "The First Jew. '
- e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 Chsst
ave. Liberal. Ra'.bi Leon Kronen
Cantar David Coni<"
Po
Bar
GEMS OF WISDOM
V fd tin' B
and '''i "*>
BEN-GI 'UON.
*
The Sword a id Bi o\ i me f' "
Heaven it'rapped together, and the
Holy One said "Keep what is writ-
-, n ihu Boolt or be delivered
. ,:. ord. ELI AR II v. R.

;),. i ler it a pr : | Ul
for a
:, ..:!: his ton
Hit u'lll not hesitate to do the
>.. n< u :' his pert. MAIMONID1S

: ..:. to the < 'J'
whi :-; lets his B >o\ fall to
:,c ground. SEFI rZOT VI HUDA.

Milzvah- Jai k, son of Mr. and Mis
Hamld Wissner; Jonathan, son ol airs
Eleanor Pell and Mr. Burton PelL

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei. .,
Fi-lrday 8:30 p m, "Will *ou r-H -
White Lie?" Oneg Bhabbat t" >>
si., nsored by Sisterhood. Saturdaj
youth sen ii e 9:80 a.m.
e
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Retorm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Borntein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'Can tn
Liberal Jewlah Lntellectaal be com-
fortable in the Bynagoguer

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown.
Frldav H:15 p.m. fUT Sabbath to be
I eh -orated. Guest speaker: DArdcl
I.NVal Heller. Topi,-: "Why OUT?"
Saturday 1(>:30 a.m. Has Mitzvah: Ie-
borah Judith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Henry Green.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.

TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
I-Tid.iv 8:15 p.m. ollT Sabbath. Ser-
mon: "Rehabilitating Ourselves by
Training." Oneg Bhabhal in honor
of 50th anniversary of'Mr. and Mrs.
Kills Zalman and of Miami lieach Al-
Lt< rnoon chapter of OUT.
-
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
I Friday 8:16 p.m. < >RT Sabbath to be
celebrated. Quest speaker: Mrs. Sey-
mour Shafran. Tuple: "Children
Lost and Found." Saturday ll a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Peter, s>-n of Mr. and,
Mrs. Lee Howard.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glanti.
Fridaj 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Words.
Oneg Shabbal hosts: Members of Sis-
terhood. Saturday v a.m.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851
Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabDl
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack
Lerner.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor
Ben Zvi
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Tin Name
Shall be Abraham'' Saturday X:I5
-, .1,1. Sermon: "The Altar of Fi-ee-
dom."

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
!' Idas I0 p.m. Sermon: "Tin- Sodom
Mud Clemoran ( Modern Times Baa
Milzvah: Veda, daughter "f Mr and
Mrs, ijov Levin, who will be hoata
at Oneg Bhabbat in her honor.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Rteinmet7. Cantor Maurice (*
i i i,i.,v 8:15 p in Sermon: "vl I
Ouest?" Saturdayy 9 a.m. Bar Milz-
vah: Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs,
Murray HeaTO.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
n-ihodox Rabbi SI"'"'" Rtaoher
Friday 5 IS p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.
S. rin.'.n: "Giving Thanlis and ReCeiV-
ina Thanks'' Bar Mltsvah: Michael
I', rlmutter.
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Friday, Novembe: 16, Qn
Capitol Spotlight:
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
More U.S. Aid to Nasser Despite UAR Support of Castro
H
Washington
|AS THE successful confronta-
tion of Soviet power in the
'uban crisis devalued the Wash-
lgton opinion of "neutrals" like
Egypt's Nasser?
Inquiries revealed that the State
'epartment still rationalizes U.S.
id that release Egyptian assets
ir purchase of more Soviet jet
bOuuM.18 and missiles. Observers tind it ironic thai
the United States risked thermonuclear war to keep
similar Soviet equipment out of Cuba.
Israel begged in vain for American support in
1956 when the Soviet Union poured menacing arms
into Egypt Soviet supply of Egypt had adder! a
new dimension in the Near Eastern power equation.
Israel was loreed to launch the Sinai action, using
much the same reasons offered by President Ken-
nedy last month for his firm Cuban stand. But
Washington then denounced Israel.
Despite Cairo's support ol Fidel Castro, the State
Departmentas recently as this writingplans to
increase loans and other aid to Nasser. The State
Department feels Israel has no cause for concern
or complaint because of the Hawk missile decision.
The Department, incidentally, most reluctantly ac-
cepted direct orders from the White House to issue
export permits for the Hawks. Shipment has not yet
been made.
The initiative for selling Irael the Hawks came
from the Defense Department and Central Intelli-
gence Agency. Military realists were concerned bj
the massing of overwhelming Soviet arms on Arab
soil, especially providing the Arabs air superiority
over Israel This was seen primarilj as a danger
not on!) to Israel but also to the Western position
in the Near Bast. Ir leed. the same jet bombers
might one da) strike at the I Sixth Fleet in the
Mediterranean.
Each Hawk unit sold to Israel includes a multi-
launching unit, radar, and command facilities i si
ma as much as $15 million per unit. Several unts
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Six Years After Sinai
ISRAEL'S
Jerusalem
Minister,
David Ben-Gunon, has re-
ed a message from the
Prime Minister of India. Jawah-
arlal Nehru, requesting th< sup-
port "i Israel "together with
that of all peace-loving coun-
tries" in her present border dis-
| ute with China.
Mr. Nehru's letter, con-
demning China's "unjustified
aggression," was sent to all
United Nations member- and
thus may or may not signify ar.j change m India's atutude
|i wards Israel
Smcly. Mr Nehru has ample ground to feel frustrate.l
by the reaction of his closer friends from the "neutral
camp.'' like that of Ghana, Ceylon and ethers Even Mr.
Nasser, whose interests he has served so devotedl} over
the years, failed to come out in India's support and, in-
stead, issued a call to "'both sides
It is hard, and premature, to tell whether and to what
extent, Mr Nehru's present experience will affect the
philosophy which he had been expounding ever so many
years on so many occasions and his evaluation of the
term "friend." "foe" or "neutral. Time will tell
Yet. as far as Israel i- concerned, there is a rather
significant coincidence in the fact that the receipt lure
I Mr. Nehru's message coincidedto the daywith the
sixth anniversary of the Sinai campaign, which Israel
launched to halt the growing attack- of Egyptian com-
mando units trom across the border and destroy the of-
fensive bases which F.uypt had built in the Sirai desert
We can still recall the vitrolic addresses which the
Indian delegate then delivered at the IN and his un-
restrained condemnation of Israel's "aggression." One
wonders whether he would repeat these speeches now, in
the light of India's own experience on the Chinese border.
In his reply to Mr Nehru. Mr Ben-Gurion, while ex-
pressing Israel's appreciation of India's restraint and for-
bearance and the need for measures to ease the present
tension, pointedly observes that all our effort- have
been and are directed towards the preservation of peace in
our area and throughout the world." Further, noting that
Israel proposed to her Arab neighbors a general disarma-
ment in Israel and in the Arab states ami. moreover, the
ol treaties of non-aggression, Mr Her Gurion says:
We believe that all states, great or .-mall, must be assur-
ed of their sovereignty, independence, freedom and ter-
ritorial integrity. We are deeply convinced that all inter-
national conflicts, anywhere on earth, can ami must lie
resolved by pi aceful means in accordance with the prin-
ciples ef the in Charter."
And Mr Nehru not onK for exer-
cising her right oi -elf-defense Over the years he had
lent India's full moral and practical support to th Arabs'
rejection of any peace re with Israel and there-
by weakened the very principle fur th-' application of
v huh he now seeks support among the nations of the
worldIsrael included.
are needed to meet minimum anti-aircraft require-
ments.
Equipment for a single Hawk battalion costs
hundreds of millions! Israel soldiers would have to
be trained at the U.S. Army Missile school. Port
Bliss. Tex. A long and expensive process is involv-
ed in preparing technicians to effectively maintain
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Intent Greater
Than the Result
THE JEWISH WAY OF LIFE. By Abraham J.
Karp. 208 pp. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc.,
Encdewood Cliffs. $3.95.
ATA TIME when the Jewish way of life is in lull
flower but paradoxically branching off in many
How of soviet missiles ana jet Domhers \,,
lands. The more Soviet weapons, the more defen-
jive, balancing arms required by Israel. \
Mate Department sees no reason to quit j(,
financing Ol the Soviet arms supply systei
The Keating-Halpern Amendment to thi .,-, .,
lecictanra \it ul 1'tfV? nrovidine mianii
Illcllt.
Scvent) Soviet Mic 19 fighter-bomber- ,
livered to Egypt in IS*!--'. Another 40 an
Six hundred armored Russian pel
..,-fit ,l title i ir \ilth 'tnitlh.ti- I _.. .
1HKJ. >ix nuiK-rcu iiiinurt-u nussian persi 1 ,.,r
ncrs arrived this year with another 1 <
wa> The heavj T 54 tank is now poisi
Israel frontier, some 90 already there and
tn he delivered.
In the wake of Cuba, can the State I).
expect Israel to view thi- aggressive basi
entry? At least the United state- had a
rier of nc> miles between us and Cuba
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
fusion ol the faith. Jews toda> know Judaism in a
varied ol forms: ritualism, nationalism, cultural- mil *x
i-,. ghettoism. ph.lar.thropy .-,. ciwl lib.-r'. VAIltll AT MaCAII Ill V AM
,M,i are the maj.ir molii- Mve-uli lor .lews Hardy JUUUI Ul iflCDUII V\XOll
are they integrated in equal measure under mi.
rooi "i- m one person, rhis book ooks beyend -
or perhaps it is behind the modern accoutrements
to the real Judaism standing solidly these three
thousand years in undiminished splendor '"
ranach, to Talmud and the Codes and all the lesser
itings which together are the bone and sinew .it
the Jew i.-M w aj
It i- unfortunate that the IxhiR itself suffers
somewhat from technical disorder, buried in a kind
,i stylistic jungle in which bad paragraphing i-
rampant ami unnecessary divisions threaten to up-
root tin' good scholarship entirely. The confusion
results from the author's attempt t" be a- inclusive
ossible and to pre-ent history philosophy, re
ligious teaching, practice and a healthy anthology
ei Jewish writing through the ages, all at once One
admires the -pint ot the book willingly, but its
tl, sh, alas, is weak
Nonetheless the lunik owes much of it- appeal
tn it- very variety, to the wealth ul sources quoted
and the generous excerpt- from Judaica past and
present. There is. for example, a citing el text:
"Ye -hall net steal." followed b> the commentarj
"There are seven classes of thieves The first am
them all is he who steals the mind of hi- fellow
creatures," billowed bv the Law: "It i- forbidden
to -teal the mind of anv person, i e to fool him
through words ... A man may not invite another
to dine when he know > that the invitation will be
refuse I one may not otter a present to another it
he knows it will not be accepted There i- in this
the element ol 'stealing the mil
lie- quotation from the I.....k stands as a sym-
bol ot what Judaism actually i-. This exquisite r<
finement of morality of justice in it- most rarefied
abstraction pervading the slightest commonplaci ol
daily lite, and the whole thing flooding from the
first -ix words of the first commandment, the ob-
ligatory relationship to Cod this i- the religion
we call Judaism.
The quotation is also a symbol of what the hook
tried to do; it stands as an alteii.pt to line.- the
basics to the foreground and to recharge that old
and nearly loruotter. word, piety, with it- original
electricity. For varvuiL: reasons.' tin book did not
do this very well, and vet it did well enough, one
must say. for the fingertips to grasp, the mind to
be stirred, and the soul to remember
-----
I | HAVE RECENTLY r.....
of disturbing letter- fi
nt> in the south, almost ...
eating anxiety over
ercussions ot the desi ;
nd i!.- effect on popular
ant- .lew (iddly r
j exponents in mosl part
egroes and white supri n
m sW i One correspondentand -
i ve given up hope tor the south
grow up. or become civilised You only ri
what happen-. You don't read 'h- '"
down here, ur -ee what the southerners are th:: kit .. aftgf
all thi- time thev not orly won 1 auiiin Ui j
War. but won't even admit it's over Thi- p
her Civil War Talk about decadence
"This place just Mothcs with hatred
little diference what the ADl. saysthere
anti-Semitism here, a- well as everywhen 11m
most popular epithet in our neighborhood i; > -
which thev call everyone they're annoyi Vise 4
couse thev call everyone'nigger'too. The-, i -ised
ir.terchangeabl) "
Another correspondent, a women, infort i I
o -ul -he interviewed for a job turned
inenl when -he was told the household was
Mould not work tor a .lew, was her rationa
dow n the lob
The Jews in the -outh as in other par!
where racism i- rampant, must make in
In the long run making the right did-.
important than making a convenient i" i
whether of white or black breed, will nevel
no
at
at/
Ati
1
It
El
A New Faith
Thi re :- turmoil and contusion in thi
i ays, and because there is a dearth of men it
vision to lead u- from the wilderne-s. our -'
facing a future that is too bleak to contemplati
the current reprieve from the path of m
Common man everywhere is looku;.
to an ana ot Iranquility in which he cat
sercnitj and prayer, when he can break hi
ty and barter his labor lor security, yet I
of war are crossing his path, piercing his hope
ing his faith only because the men at t
leadership are lost in the wood-.

n< ration s
, en amids


I
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Some Afterthoughts About Elections, Politicians
THE ELECTIONS ARE over, the boi' -
Ulg pot of politics ha.- -topped S17
zing. Theodore Ilerzl. in his previsic
ingS of the Jewish State in hi- bo,
"Altneuland," contemplated a -1
without politicians, Anyone runnin
ottiee. he wrote, would be automatil
disqualified from that office Thi oft,
should -oik the man. not the man tl
ottiee Hut lier/l must have known >
course that this was bul one ot th- mosi
dream- There is no technique for implement
, ,We man win." but of course the
'" ""> The best men are often
Ih .....| 5-1
adv.
'lie office When the,
!,,T ,h" '"el. he turned it down jus.
w>, who said, n ,, vu||
not serv.
Moses on several occasions asked God to j(*J^
resignation His brother. Aaron, on the othei ',av,B
very much ol a politician. When the '" fr
worship the Golden Calf, Aaron permitti '"'
stituents wanted it. and he bowed to then '"l*"^
We can see also thai Aaron was a good pol '
fact thai bi for all of his relatives W*
and priests were all chosen from hi ,. *
e i- a Mi rash that when Moses '^Z^
yi wore a long coat without r**m
that no one could say that he put anv ol '* yt*\
---..* .... o,o Willtl >,!_> Ill.lt IH" I'll* ".'
pockets, This is all imagination ^i
the Midrash was trying to <> is that the :Me ^I
i be above reproach, that he should
self, that no one can even have a basis for
he is dishonest .pIlbkii|
.nee i" "I
litics i- a messy game. Nothing is "
politics, said Disraeli, who had greet
even harsher is the witticism of R j
said. "Sometimes an innocent man is -


November 16. 1962
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i >e.de Count) Florida
l' P i il'KI.ANI '
i'. outy i 'lerk
' 11/.. siia r.i: and s. tier.
tor I'lnintKfa
'Now I see v/hy Rabbi Nubkin calls
his a 'free pulpit'."
Cop". 1947. Dortey f'o'v<'ioni I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICK l-~ HEREIIV tHVEN thai
the underaigned, ileairlna to engage In
i : 11, under the flctltloun naim oi
.in:/. /I'iNm: at s"n B.W, is Ter-
rai. Miami 3", I loi I la Intend* t"
reglxtei said nanu with the Clerk ..f
ihi Circuit Corn o( I'.i.i. Coonty,
Hi rida
MARILYN SHCPACK
Sob Owner
JIM M. In iNA1.Ii
Attorne) (or Applicant
31.' N. Krome Avi Homeetead
10 .''.. I! .'-:--lii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICK IS HEREItY OIVbN that
i. rsigned, de*irlng t" en|
r|, the (Ictltloua n i
CARPET TOWN .' ',v-'" N \\ .tn
\^. Miami. Mu and elsewhere in
I. ,,i, Co Kin., intend* t" reglsti r
...,,,l name nti the Clerk o( the Clr-
,-uii i-..iirt ol Oade County. Moi da.
CARPET TtlWS, INC.
p, ,;. .; ,. 1 Iglltliall I'reel ii lit
\- Ri iBERT CARLISLE
Attorne) (or Applicant
". H K Fli hi Avenue
M..... ''' |0 H.1V2-9-H
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
,1,. iinderelgneil, desiring to engage Ir,
.- undri the (Ictltlou* nn* ol
THE HU1 WIG8 al 111. N I.
------ n .ib Ml mu Beach, f lorlda
,,,.. ,, ,,, .. .: ., ild name wltlt tile
Clerk "f the Circuit Court ol Uade
"-'^/rVNA 8NEIDNER
a CAROLYN MONDAY
ELI \s 30RBN .
Vtiorni -. for Ryn i Sn< Idner
-' Carolyn M-ndaj ...w-a
) Ii ni,iiuK
Ida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x. .in -i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hi undi i-.-ii.il desiring Ui engag. in
ln.nn undei the Hi tltioun name !
St)| I'll !'l.i'l'.U>v AGENCY at 1 >.
II ,s -)'::. Miami (1. Morida intend*
., ,i name with the I l< rk
,,f th,- circuit Court "f Bade oounl).
FRANK DOUOUAS
Dole iwner
ia :;. ll J-?-l6
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT_OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11470
THE I'nl 1-AK SAVINGS BANK
, i n i :v ^ irk "IT\
PI ilntlff,
MORM On EARL van OKDE3Rand
Kl SIE M V \N Rl>ER bis wife,
and hlRST NATIONAL HANK
, ,| MIAMI,
I.,(..n,lantH.
NOTICE OF SUIT
To: NORMAN EARL VAN < n.. > I.
and ELSIE M VAN ORUER,
ln> w ll'-
TM Montgomery St.
Si ia. ii--. New York
Y.. are hereb) notified that the
.|Mive captioned actton has bo,_n in-
stituted waltiHt you inthe 'circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial < lr-
oui7.,f Morida In .....I (or Bad. Coun-
... ,,. ,.,... los. .i mortgage upon the
following described real propert)
U.t S. Block T.i. ,"1 ity. f^"
Addition, accordlns; to the plat
theriKil recorded In Plat Book '
nage Tv Sheet 1. "( the Public re. -
,,i. ,,r Bade County. Florida, to-
Kether with the (ollowlni tern* of
Sropertj whkh are located
permanent!) inatalled as a part ol
the improvementB on said land. a.h.
Oarbage I>l*poal PA5MR. OE Re-
frlgerBtor LW-U, : E. fa In Oven
and Raiie .!-.. and J 507, Vene-
tian Blind* and Travi rse Rode, i
111 Tul. ii. losUI es.
>..., an required to tn. your an-
cl.i. "i the aforesaid l nun ana
'. a cop) thereof uiwn pla
a on" MVKTIN I'lNK. Mi-! Mo
,,..,.. rvderal Bldg.. Miami -''.,:
Ida, not I.i.i thaii Kovemb. .. i.' -
.., ., Decree Pro Confesso will b. i n
t.....I igainsl >""
i: U LEATriERMAN
,-;,, of the Circuit t ouri
taeal) Bs N A HEW El i.
Beput) lerk
MARTIN FINK
Attorne) foi Plaintiff _
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10742 iPearion)
I 9 cilEaSON, JR., as Administrator
..i Wierann Affairs, an Officer of the
I'nlted State* "f America, and hi*
-hi- in HUcb office, an.I hi* or
th. Ir i islgnn,
Ii tiff.
RALPH l MANI I.l- \ ami VEDA
M VNELLA, lii- wife.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO RALPHJ MANELLA andVEBA
M VNELLA, liif- w He, if living,
including an) unknown ipouaee o(
i i i.l Be(endant* II the) hav. n i
rled, an.I n dead lo their unknown
heirk, devisees, grantees, aaalgneeH,
ii -. lU-norn, ti UHteea and all
other personi claiming by, through,
under or against these Defendants
h,.i-. realdencf* ma) be unknown,
Yin ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
B ib ha* been bniught agnln*l you
b) .1. s tl LEA SON, JR., a* Admin-
istrator ( Veteran* Affairs, an Offi-
cer of the I'nlted Btatee o( America,
ami in.- successors in euch office, and
lii- in th. ir assigns, in the above-
entitled Court, t" (oreclose a mort-
gage encumbering the (Olloirtng des-
, ribed pruuert) to-wll:
Lot I, Block IT. of FIRST ADDI-
TloN Tii CAROL CITY, accoruing
to the plat thereof, recorded In Plot
Book ''.". at page l'.i. "i the public
records ol Bade County, Florida;
and % 'ii are required t" (lie your an-
ewer with tin- Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Da.le t'ounty. Morida, at the
Courthouse In Miami, Morida, on or
before November -. 1942, and to
-:\. copj ol such answer uinm
MYERS. IIKI.MAN. KAPLAN and
C A T .- M A N IM.iintlff'.- attorneys,
who*, uddress Is Kleven-Mfty Build-
ing, ll.'ill 8.W. First Street. .Miami 3ii.
, ,,i, ,,, before said date, as re-
liilred b) the law* o( Morl.la. If you
(all to do so, the complaint will be
taken .1^- ii.ni.--.-,1 by you and a De-
cree Pro Con(eao "ill be entered
against you (or the relief demanded
in tii,- complaint.
DATED tins -itb day of October,
I IK'.'
l: B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk "f th,- Circuit Court
Dade Count). l- lorlda
,-. ll By N A HKWKTT,
11. inity Clerk
Myers, Helman, Kaplan and Cataman
Kl. i.n-lii'iN Building
11.".0 S W l-'iisi Street
.Miami 36, Florida
in 26, 11/8-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lib,, undersigned, deslrlne to ens
. und. thi i. ii lous name uf
C< 'la i.\Y il'KT mi 7 Hl-Tlll So Itb
; Dixie Highway, Coral tiabli -. i
| intends to registei said naini with
ib. i 'lerk the "ircull Cm
I i,i,i>. Count). i ;..i Ida
.- an,I S APARTMENTS, INC
B) lr\ inn Bllv. r. I'i. -
A. N. Sohmer, V. I 'i i
Tallanoff. Waller and l.itman
Attorne) (or
s ami s Apart in*-ni-. !..'-
ii". Lincoln Rl Ml iml It. fn b
11 ^-H-lG-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 11811
THE WILLIAMSBrittlll
SAVINOS BANK,
I 'l.i.iit ii f,
WILLIAM J. HtDAN and EDITH 11
,|i >KI IAN, lii- if.-, Ji iHN (' iMI'.Si iN
and GIBSON lii- wife, if married,
an.I GEORGE .1 KREYZANIAK ami
KRZYZANIAK hi- wife, if mur-
ii,l. .HAN KAY AT and JIANA
I .WAT bl
1'. ffinlantH.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl I: JOHN C i ,i HSI IN anil
tllHSON li wlfi-, If married,
KKSII iK.Ni'i: I'NK.NtrtVN, and
GEORGE I KRZYZANIAK and
KltZYZ \NI \K lii- If. n
married, RESIDENCE I'NKN'oWX
II alive, and II di u I, the unknon n
h.n -. del Ih.'i-i, ',;..-. assign. -.
, i. ditorH, trustee* or other
ii lalmlna b). through, un-
der or ni of the above
nanie.l defendant* nlm are deceased
V,.ii are her. b) m tlfled that tin
ab -v captli ii" in i Ion ha* been In-
-i Itut. il against you In the Clr. nil
Court of ih. Kleientb Judicial Clr-
I loridil in ami for I Hide I null-
.. t,. foreclos, a mortgage upon il"
i..ll.. Ina ,l. -. llu .1 real prop. D
I,..- in, Bi. k l>>, Cl'TLER RI1K1E,
SECTION FIVE, according i" the
Plat thereof, recorded In I'lal Bisik
ll i ..... u( the I'ul'li. Rec-
ord* "I Dude County, Morida, to-
u. Hi. I- with Venetian Bllndn, Wei-
bill iven .v Surface Cull No
you nri n -M.r to plaintiffs complaint iih the
Cl. rk "i the aforesaid < "out I
serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff*
attorney: MARTIN FINE, lltli Miwr
Dude Fedeial Bldg Miami :;:. Flor-
ida not later than Decembei I". I912
,.r a Decree l"ro Confesso ill l" en-
teied against you.
DATED November T. 1162
B r. LEATHKKMAN
'lerk .,f the < "It cull 'ourt
(seal) 11^ : K. M. I.YMAN
Deputj Clerk
MARTIN FINfc.
Attoi ne) for Plaintiff
14Ui FIihii Dade red. nil Bldg
Miami 32, r loi idll
11 :> -11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJewisti Ftcrid/fan
solicits your legal notices.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
IHnl I It 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring lo engage In
business under tlm fictitious name ol
Mac-Webb Mens Shop and Golden
Gate Shop at I'M"" I'ollin.- Avenue In
Dade County, Florida Intend to reg-
istei tin Hlntl name with il"- Clerk "f
hi- i -i'. in Court "i i i.ni- County,
Florida.
Dated at Miami Beach, Morida, this
22 .l,i\ ol Ictober, I: '
IRVING WKBERMAN
LILLIAN WBBKRMAN
K( iVNER .y MANNHE1MER
An..; ne> i"f Applicants
i" 26, 11'2-9-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE.
No. 54238 B
IN RE: Estate of
REGINA BRE1TBART
Dec. need.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
XOTICK is hereb) given that we
have (lied a Final Report and Peti-
tion for l dstrlbutlon and f Inal Dis-
charge as Cn-A.lmlnistrators o( the
KEGINA BREITBAR l\ d.
ceased: and that on the 3rd day of
11,, -mli-r. Isti2, III appl) to the
Honorable Count! Judges o( Dade
.'.unity. Morida, (or approval ol aald
l nai Reiwrt and (or distribution and
final discharge as Co-Administrators
oi the .-tat- of thi above-naaned
decedint. Thi- i!i".111 day of October,
IHB2.
p, RI "BERT BREITBART
BKRNARD B. BREITBART
Kl M i.\R LEWIS', U: II.
"..... I Ingl. i Federal Bull II
Mi.,. 32, Florida
11 2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 57582- B
IN" RE Bstnl.....
MARY A. 'H.N'N _
Deceased
To aii i'i .llu. 'i- and All Person* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate
Von, and each of you, are hereby
notlded and required t" preeeiu any
claims and demands which you, or
ellhei of you, may have against the
-.-!,: of MARY A. Gl'NN deceased
DAI IE County, Morida, t- the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file tin same In their
ofii,". iii the Count) Courthouse in
Da.i. County, Florida, within six cal-
endii months from the date of th.
I'nsi publication hereof .-.ml claims
..r demands to contain the legal ad-
.!.-.-.- ..( ih. clalmanl and to be sworn
to ami presented us aforesaid, oi
game will be barred.
Bated November 5, A.lv li"'.:'
\\ WINSTON Gl'NN, 8R
As Executor ol the Last Will and
Testament ol MARY A, Gl'NN
deceased
Mrs! publication on November :. 1962.
MARVIN I. WIENER
Attoi ne) for Executor
':. Ain.-I. > Bldg Miami 32, Mn.
ll y-lti-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih, undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ih. (Ictltloua names of
Iji |.'-i Hotel, i.a Flora Apartments
in.i i.a Morn Motel at 1238 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida Intend
ter said names with the Cleric
,.f ib- .in ill Court "1 Dade County,
Kl rid
Edward Schwarti
Gussie Kchwarts, ow n. : -
HENRY A. KAMI'
Ul ne) for i.a l lorn Hot.
U 16-23-30 12 7
lllli i-1.....
Dade I ed.
Miami 32, Morida
in 20, 11 2 9-16
ll
10 -"'. 11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 9251
THE \\ ll.l.lAMSI'.l K.ill
a IVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff,
JOESCHABLE8 HANNAH and
MARY LEE HANNAH his wife,.....
\i \n ik I. i'i 'Mil \s and JAY i iMRAs
,i.i MII.K.Ni: Ci'MKA.s his wife,
an.I JOHN T SllALE JR.
Defendant,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: i \V COMRA8 and ARLENE
COMRA8 his n if.
:o; Crowells Ro I
lliubl.inii I'ark, N..I.
Yon are hereb) notified thai the
above captioned action has been In-
siitni-il against yon in the Circuit
Court of th- Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Morida In and (or Dade Coun-
ts to f......I.. a mortgage upon the
fiillowtna described real property:
l.ot 'v in Block 67, "f I'lHST AMU
TION TO CAROL CITY, accordlna
to the Plat thereol, recorded in Plat
Hook ;". at Page 19, of the Public
Kecord* ol Dade County, HoiiiLi.
You are required to file your '"-
,.-, I,, PalntlfC* complaint with the
ClerK "f the a(oresald Court, and
serve a copi thereol upon plalntifl -
attorne! MARTIN FINE, lltb Moor
Daae Federal BWg., Miami It. Flor-
lilu not Sater than November -' W.
, ., Decree Pro Confesso will 1" en-
t-i -.i against > ou.
I '..i.-.l i'. tober '-''. i.....
E B, 1.i:\THKKMAN.
Clerk of the Cln nit Court
i-all B> K M IVMAN
I i-i,mi lerK
M VIITIN KINK
ah. altitlfl
.., pa.I. i wl. ral Bldg.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA ,N PROBATE
No. 57568 C
IN RE: Es tat i ol
HELEN I.l KA.SV
Vanl.ANl lEUHEM,
11. ,,,. ,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \n Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing riaiiii- ,.i Demands Againal Said
Estate:
V.ii are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any cSaSut* and d. -
mauls which you ma) have againal
ih- estate of Helen l-ukacsi Van-
ljuudeghem .1. r-a.-.sl late of Dade
I'oiim... hioii.ia. t,. the Count) Judges
oi Dade County, ami file the same In
their office* in the Count) Court-
house in Pa.I. County, Morida, within
-i\ calendar month- from th- date
,,f the ili-si publication hereof, or the
sanu ^ iii be barred.
Gl'STAVE i iMKK
VAN LANDFXJHEM
Administrator
ainm.ki: R. FEKD1E, Attorne)
17S2 West Flagler Btrei t
Miami .. Florida
ll 9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
bv virtue of Chapter 6. ol Morida
Statute* Annotated (1941), ware-
Housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein ACE-R.B VAN LINKS. INC
h I lorida corporation, b) virtue of its
warehouse Hen, has in Its posseeslon
il following described property:
Household Oood* A* th- prop,
ol Mr. I B. roard, 3340 N. B. I9*nd
Street No. Miami Beach, Fla and
Ihal on the imli day of December. lWi
during the legal hour* ol sale, mainly
between ll:f*o foren.sin and "" i'1
th- afternoon, at 2136 N.W. 2h Ave-
nue, Miami. Moil.la. th.- undersigned
-hall offer (or sale to thi highest bid.
del (or rash in hand the above de-
scribed property of Mr !> Bernard.
2X111 N K. I'.'Jn.l Street. N. Miami
Beach, Ma
Dated at Miami. Morida, this r.tn
dai "i Nov. mber, 1962.
ACE-R.B, VAN LINKS. INC
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 62C 11975
Ni'L'.l \ C SkAl.illl'NKS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
I WIKS i SK \I.' 'llt'NI S.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V. I .IAMKS C SK VL.'Hl .NL--'.
140.1 T'n.i S' Jackson Heights, N.i .
.,,, tilled I- *erv. copy of J
nnsuer t" Divorce Complaint nied
agulnsl you on Plaintiff s aitoin-y
(IEORGK NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. lzttl
iv. Miami. Mn. and (He original
with' Clerk of thi* Court on or bj-
i,, iml, .lay of December. I."--,
niii-iwis. complaint iii be confessed
U) y.
P \ I'KP N. IV. 6, 1962.
K U LEATHERMAN, Clerk
,-, al, Bs C l' COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
M M-|rt.^;l-30
Miami 12, I'l'.l nla
1" 26, 11
MIAMI SEAL, CERTIFICATE &
STAMP CO.
CORPORATION SUPPLIES-RUBBER STAMPS
LEGAL FORMS and LABELS
936 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida
FR 3-6327


Page 16-A
> knitl fhridi^r
Friday, November 16.
BONUS DAYS FOR THRIFTY FOLKS WHO SAVE AT
FLAGLER FEDERAL'S BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA BRANCH
It really pays to save at FLAGLER FEDERAL'S branch.
570 N.E. 81st Street, in the heart of the Biscayne Shopping
Plaza. Your savings earn at the current annual rate of
A)i^c, and when you open or add $500.00 to your savings
account vou will receive one of these lovely gifts FREE.
ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKER
by Empire, 2-cup capacity. Heavy
duty cord set.
GE CLOCK with adjustable
alarm. Accurate and quiet, no
regulating.
ARPEGE BY LANVIN-Purse- GE HEATING PAD-3-speed
size in gold and black flacon by warmth, pushbutton control,
CARTIER washable cover.
GIFTS ONLY AT BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA BRANCH
One to a family. Sorry, no gifts by mail.
FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States.
Open or add to your F!ag!er Federal savings account on or before
November 20th and earn dividends from November 1st.
Current Annual Rate
1/ C/
/_ /O Payable Quarterly
/4
Over $53,000,000.00 in Besources
SE HABLA ESPAfiOL
Bf FREE PARKING
BRANCH
BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
570 N.E. 81st St.
4
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI


n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood plans for first
in a series of three luncheons. Front row (left
to right1 are Mesdames Louis Gold, co-chair-
Murray A. Shaw, president; and lack
on, chairman. Rear (left to right) are Mes-
8 Michael Glazier, Jcck Greenberg. Hen-
rietta Fine, Max Raskin, and Miss Rita Gold-
man. The function, in behalf of the organiza-
tion's journal, will be held next Tuesday noon
in Sklar Auditorium. Mrs. Fannie Sklar will
sponsor the luncheon, whose proceeds are for
the Nor Tomid religious school.
Delightful luncheon given Sat-
urday at the Algiers hotel by Mrs.
Harold (Fan) Lewan to introduce
her future daughter-in-law. pert
Lynda C'harlene Stone, to some of
her many friends Sharing the
head table with the guest of hon-
or was her mother, Mrs. Henry
Stone, grandmother. Mrs. Ann
Nissenshal, and two aunts. Mrs.
Ronney Couglin and Mrs. Rita
Chait, who had entertained at her
home the previous week for her
r.ieee and 60 guests Also
Fan's mother. Mrs. Yetta Cream.
Mrs. Sol Lewen and her mother.
Mrs G. lloenig Lynda and
Edward Lewen will be married on
the 25th Following the wed-
ding rehearsal the Wednesday be-
fore the nuptials, members of the
wedding party will be guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Stone .
The Joe Habers and daughter
Judye are concentrating on their
Spanish lessons at the same time
they are soaking up sunshine .
Taking lessons at the Wcstbrooke
Country Club cabana so that they
will be able to converse with the
South American student who will
live with them this winter .
A member of the American Youth
Exchange program, Judye lived
with a Peruvian family this past
summer, and in return a student
from that country will spend the
winter months with the Sabers.
-
Many of the snowbirds here
from the north for the holiday,
former natives Martin Chap-
man and w ife Joyce, giving his
parents an additional reason lor
Thanksgiving by bringing cute
offspring Ricky, past 2, and Cin-
dy 1, down for a visit Now
living in .New York, he's the son
it Edna and Jimmie Chapman
who have never enjoyed a turkey
so much Down from Washing-
ton, D.C., Dr. Cordon Gerson and
the former Evelyn Bramblett,
spending an all too brief time
with his mother. Mrs Ethel
Schonfeld Gerson, of Coral Gables
. And Lily and Harry Schiff
Continued on Page 6 B
thi
K/
oman s
UJorU
"ejliewjish FloridbUwi
*\
Minmi, Florid Frk'.ay. Novembei !6, 1962
Section P


%
Mrs. Seitlin Talks
Conf
erence

paraticn for unnual H-Doy Luncheon n-?xt Dec. Id, Mis.
Schwcrtz, chairman of the upcoming event, sponsors a
..-fast for her Southgate group cf Hadassah at the Fon-
oleau's Chez Bon Bon Coffee Shop. Pictured (left to right)
:>. Mrs. Henry Hersch, co-chairman; Mrs. Schwartz; and
Joseph Rosenberg, president cf Southgate chapter.
Emotionally Disturbed
Children to Receive Aid
d of directors of Jewish
and Children's Service and
thi Jewish Children's Service, re-
child welfare agency in At-
have given their formal ap-
I i.l to the establishment in 1963
"I the first group treatment home
f-r emotionally-disturbed children
southeast area of the United
S
firsl ind biggest hurdle has
assed." sa:d Mrs. Burton B
*S. BURTON 8. GOLDSTEIN
Goldstein, president of JFCS.
Now we can get down to the more
detailed planning for the kind of
regional facility which will best
serve the needs of these children.
'"For years now, the lack of re-,
sources to serve the emotionally-
disturbed child has been recogniz-
ed.'' she explained. "Here, in Mi-
ami, reports have been written and
recommendations made. Our pri-
mary need is tor the establishment
if facilities for the care of those
!isturbed children who cannot be
successfully treated while remani-
ng in their ou n homes, and for
. h im the specialised clinical ser-
ies of a group treatment home
re essential
Designed to lit Ip a selected group
of six to eight children, this type
.f facility is but one of a whole
range Of needed services. While
i joint project of JFCS and JCS,
'he home will be administered as
part of the existing program of
ervices to children presently op-
erated by JFCS.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is a voluntary social ser-
vice agency supported primarily
hrough the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and the United Fund of
Dade County It provides family
counseling, child placement ser-
vices and a specialized program of
services to the aging.
Mrs I mis Seitlin, pi
Beth David v d, who
the National Women's
League of the United Synagogue of
America al Kiamesha Lake, NY..
this week Mas honored before 1,300
women from all parts of the Unit-
ed States. Canada. Hawaii. Mexi-
co and South America.
Mrs Seitlin was invited to pre-
sent a resume of her Sisterhood's
fund-raising activities, which were
"outstanding because of their
unique quality" and the fact that
they conform to the policy of the
mtional organization b> refra'ninq j
lrom any function involving gam
bling or games of chance when
conducted under the auspices of
the congregation and its affiliates.
At a Florida conference of the
League last spring, Mrs. Seitlin
presided over the fund-raising
workshop there.
Mrs. Scitlin's invitation to pre-
sent her resume was made by Mrs.'
Joseph Rubinstein, the League's
fund-raising chairman.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood,
listens as Mrs. Florence Goldring (center) rehearses for her
presentation of "The Heart of the Jewish Woman." Mrs. Ben
Ball (right) is accompanist. The original monologue in song
and drama will be presented at Sisterhood's annual Thanks-
giving tea and membership meeting Wednesday, Nov. 21,
1 p.m., at the Eden Roc hotel. "Welcome Home" will be ex-
tended to Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, just back from a tour
of Israel, as well as to Mrs. Irving Cypen. who will offer her
impression of "The Jewish Woman in Israel.'
PRELUDE TO TODAH-THANKSGIVING LUNCHtOU
Plan 'Sherry at Eleven' Reception
\ "Sherry at Eleven" reception
will precede the Todah-Thanksgiv
ing luncheon to be held by B'nai
B'rith Women on Wednesday, Nov.
"8 at the Deauville hotel, it was
announced by Mrs. Gerald Soltz
luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Al-
fred Keich, president of B nai
B'rith Women. District No. 5.
Mrs. Soltz said the reception was
conceived to underline the gala
nature of the affair, which is the
premiere event where the Israel
Bond Organization will salute
B'nai B'rith for its effort in Is
rael's behalf.
Mrs. Soltz said "this will be a
two-way salute dramatically re-
flecting the close He between B'nai
B'rith and Israel since the nation's
birth 14 years ago."
Members of the host committee
and executive officers of all B'nai
B'rith Women's chapters in the
South Florida District will be in
vited to the "Sherry at Eleven" re-
ception in the Cavalier room of the
Deauville.
At the recetion, they will formal
ly receive Ml S "I
national president of B'nai B'rith
Women, and the Rev. Nancy Eliz-
abeth Forsberg. who will be guest
speaker at the luncheon.
There will be entertainment ar-
langed by Mel Greene, singing host
and director of entertainment at
the Deauville.
Latest groups to join hands with
the Greater Miami chapters are
.lie Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood
chapters of B'nai B'rith Women.
Mrs Si I Reinstein is president of
the Hollywood chapter, and is be-
ing assisted b\ two vice presidents,
Mrs Nathaniel Cohen and Mrs.
Morris Goodis President of the
Ft. Lauderdale chapter is Mrs.
Paul Diamond, and assisting her
are the Mesdames Norman Rubin.
Lawrence Shankman and Mitton
Cole, vice presidents.
A highlight of the luncheon will
be the lighting of a giant Menorah
in a ceremony to be conducted by
Mrs. Kudler. Participating in the
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Page 2-B
't'Jeniti' floridNtifi
Friday. November 1G. lgg-;
'Gay Nineties1 Due at Zamora
Hostesses who will greet guests and members
of Technion at their annual banquet Nov. 28
at the Fcntaineblecu hotel are at a final re-
nearsal session here. Left to right are Mr*.
Leo Rutftein. Mrs. Leonard Zilberf, Nan Co-
hen, Mrs. Rueben Porter, Mrs. Jack Katzman
end Mrs. Charles Julius.
Zelditch Speaks To Agency Execs
Morn- Zelditch, director of com-
munity studies tor the Council <>l
Jewi?h Federations and Welfare
Funds, and chairman nt the social
welfare section of the Gerontologj
Society which met l>>r its annual
conference at Miami Heath this
week, addressed executive- of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fe eration
Mrs. Sylvia Meyers will be
honored at a luncheon given
by Miami Beach chapter of
Mizrachi Women on Mon-
day. Rabbi Jonah Caplan,
of Adath Yeshurun, will be
guest speaker. Mrs. L. Lustig
is chairman of luncheon to
be held at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Temple Menorah
ORT Sabbath
Late Friday evening services at
Temple Menorah will be dedicated
to Women's American ORT. Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz will preach
on "A Job Well Done."
Representing ORT will be Mes-
dames Mark Cirlin, Morris Lipp, J.
A. Greenhouse, Leo Gross and Don-
aid Blechman.
Cantor Edward Klein will chant
the liturgical portion, assisted by
the Temple choir under the direc-
tion of F.li Samuels.
Islander chapter of ORT will host
the One Shabbat following ser-
vices
Member Desert
Tuesday Noon
Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a member-
bring-a-member desert luncheon on
Tuesday noon at the Deauvllle
hotel.
Mrs. Leone Gerstenfield, presi-
dent, of 6U34 Indian Creek dr.. will
bring greetings. Members who
briny in new members will be
gOBSts ot the chapter at the lunch-
eon.
and its agencies on community
problems ranging from the care ol
emotionally-disturbed children t>
the care and responsibilitj for the
aged
One < t tin programs discussed
by Zelditch and Federation Agencv
executives here was a report lor
the creation of a group foster home
to study the problems of emotion-
ally-disturbed children
In discussing the internal ser-
vices provided by the Jewish Home
for the Aged here. Zelditch outlin-
ed new method* ot serving the in-
creasing needs of the aged.
These included non-institutional
projects such as private apartment
house residences, with special faci-
lities tor the aged, and increased
vocational workshops for the elder-
1>
Zelditch also suggested a home-
maker service for the aged, involv-
ing assistance in shopping, prepar-
ing meals, light housekeeping and
practical nursing care.
"Gay Nineties Night" sponsored
b) Temple Zamora Sisterhood on
t iniirtlur Bight mil Huluti*.* silent
film, sextet of singing waiters and
an old-fashioned sing with Mrs,
Shiela Steinberg at the piano.
A skit featuring Merman Douglas
as a Keystone cop will be present-
ed. Members of the sextet are
Hurry Pines Joe Kwart. t'y Spec-
tor. Billy Leavitt, Joel Cohen and
Sam Miller
Chairman of the evening is Mrs.
Harriett Spector Serving on the
committee with her are Mrs. Ruth
Beth Israel
Membership Tea
Beth Israel Sisterhood will hold
its annual membership tea Tues-
laj noon at the home of Mrs. Mil-
ton Weisenberg, 530 Lakeview dr.
Miami Beach
Guesl >pe.ikei will he Mrs, Abra-
ham Levitan attorney ami educa-
.1 chairman for Ml Scopus
group "i Hadassah.
A >kit. .'. Ch.nice Meeting." w ill
also be featured under the dirc
lion "i Mi- Frank Fine Cast in-
dude- Mrs Gerald Greenberg,
Mrs Murra) Weinman, and Mrs
i. rr) Schechter
Membership chairman is Mrs
Maurice Goldring. Mis Alexander
Moscovits is president,
Sisterhood Sets
Nov. 19 Dinner
Joseph Molien, president of the
Temple Beth Am Brotherhood, an-
nounces plan- have been completed
tor a monthlv dinner to be held
in the form of a father-child affair
on Nov. 19 at 6:30 p.m.
Arthur JacOwitZ, chairman, will
he assisted by Robert Wolk and
Mike Schaeffer
There will be special prizes for
the oldest son, oldest daughter,
twins, and most adopted children.
Community singim; will be led by
Banjo Billy and Captain Jack of
ch. 10.
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Family Life1
Conference Set
Mrs Irving If Fell, president of
the Women's Committee of Jewish
Family and Children's Service, has
announced that its second annual
family life conference will be held
Dec. 4 at the Everglades hotel.
Family Life m the Commun-
ity" will be discussed at three
morning work-hop sessions and at
luncheon Mrs David Kiish is con-
ference chairman.
Keynote speaker al the luncheon
will be Leo Mindlin, executive edi-
tor of The Jewish Flondian
The conference sessions will be
cper. to the public.
A Round of golf at Caesarea
One of the world's great attractions in golfdom is the course at
Caesarea, the Roman capital of Palestine. 2.000 years ago.
Every inch of the ground is historical. Perhaps a Roman com
lies under the divot of turf you may take, on your next iron shot
to the green! Or you may day dream and see a column of Legion-
naires, marching to the nearby Hippodrome where gladiators
are fighting for Herod's amusement. Golf? Wake up! It's a
Simcha at Caesarea.
The Taste of Yuban Coffee
Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's
richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beansaged like the
best-flavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yuban's blend
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Eight UM Coeds
On Campus Here
. hi University <>' Miami coeds
wCently ini'iated into Phi Sigma
s ,. .. sorority arc:
Carole Rr-mcr RHdgenoM
Conn Hazel, daughter of Mrs.
Helen Cohen, Miami; Sandy Cohen,
Charle&on. S.C: Louise Geller.
Rome. NY.: Sonya. daughter of
Mr .itid Mrs. Louis Glasser. Miami
Beach; >l<>ria Kaufman, Massa-
S.Y.; Marlcne Rahinovitz,
g gn, Wise: and Roberta.
[aunhter nf Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
vv!,|'kin. Miami.
Hazel (""hen, lapped for Orange
|f> i\i University college honor
i- secretary of the Inivor-
Hege Government; a mem-
,,,. o| Mpha Lambda Delta, wom-
ncholastie honor society;
List, and is past president
I (hi Phi Si'j pledge class.
pledge class officers are
ludy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Brown, president; Marty,
. nt Maj. and Mrs Leott-
iVolfer t'SAF. West Hollywood,
k:, president; Shari. daughter of
I \!r> Milton Saslaw, secre-
r>. and M:irgo Magnus, treff-
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'Sherry at Eleven' Reception Will
Precede Todah-Thanksgiving Luncheon
Comimd from Page T*B
ceremony will be B'nai B'rith
Sponsors of Israel, women pur-
chasers of St ,000 I.srael Bonds, who
will receive the newly-created 1962
Sponsor's Award.
Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of
the Women's Division of the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, pointed out that the Sponsor
Award has been created especially
to symbolize the bond between the
people of Isreal and the national
Sponsors of Israel Bonds.
The design for the award was
i.dapted from the painting, "From
-the~MolocfHist.'*-r>y Boris ChaltSpi"-
picsentcd to the Jerusalem NatiO
;i' Museum.
First recipient of the award wM
the late Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt
who received it in Miami Beach la*
February at a luncheon.
For the lirst time, presentation*
will be made of the Ncgev Pioneer
Award, going to purchasers of a
$250 Bond. In addition, recognitloa
will be made of all B'nai B'rit':
women who have purchased an I-
rael Bond in 1962. with the presen-
tation of a Scroll of Honor to ever?
Israel Bond purchaser.
More than 100 B'nai B'rith women leaders gathered last week
at a coffee and dessert meeting to discuss plans for the or-
ganization's Todah-Thanksgiving Luncheon to take place
Nov. 28 at the Deauville hotel. From left are Mrs. Arthur
Horowitz, president of the North Dade chapter; Mrs. Robert
Gross, president, Eleanor Roosevelt chapter; Mrs. Stanley
Rosenberg, president, Shalom chapter; and Mrs. Herbert
Lowe, president, Gilbert J. Baikin chapter.
Yuban Now In
Apothecary Jars
Yuban. the premium coffee of
General Foods, now comes packed
in beautiful apothecary jars.
For a limited time, smart shop-
pers will have the opportunity to
rolled these attractive, practical,
reusable containers while they en-
joy the delicious flavor of one of
the world's richest coffees.
The jars are quality reproduc-
tion- of the old-fashioned square
:;hi cists years ago. and are fitted with
attractively-styled tops that seal in
freshness.
Instant Yuban in decorative'
apothecary jars will be available in
all three sizes during the promo-
tion period.
The Yuban apothecary jars offer
wonderful set-building possibilities.
In the kitchen, use them as can-
nistcrs to hold sugar or spice
everything nice. Imaginative deco-
rators have used them as eye-
catching candy jars, planters and
bathroom accessories.
In a continuing effort to provide
the consumer with outstanding
value, General Foods has made
available these jars at no additional
cost when you buy Yuban, which
is certified kosher and parve.
Author to be Speaker
Marya Marvllya, physical ther-
apy and nutrition specialist, and
the author of the recent bestscll-
ei Fat Better the No Cook Way,"
will highlight the program of Is-
lander's chapter of CRT at a reg-
ular luncheon meeting in the
Moulin Rouge hotel on Friday.
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' Card games will follow a short bus-
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Plans are being made for a;
luncheon card party Wednesday
noon, Dec. 12. sponsored by Mrs.
Gussie Goldberg at 544 W. 51st St.
Proceeds will go for the building
fund.
Mrs. Joseph E. Keiser is presi-
dent of the group.
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Friday, November 16
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95:
Rabbi Mordecai Podet (riqht), spiritral leaaer ci i emote
"udea, receives a citation from the Commission of Jewish
Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board "in qrate-
:ul recognition of his completion of ten years of service" as a
chaplain in the U.S. Armed Forces. Presentation was made
oy Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the Greater Micmi Armed
Services Committee, at Temple Judea last Friday evening.
Rabbi Podet is a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Naval
Reserve.
'Membership Day1 For AJCongress
Mrs. Seymour Silverman was to
chairman for "Membership
Hay" of the Florida Women's Di-
ision of the American Jewish Con-
ress, following a fashion show and
inchoon on Thursday. 1 p.m.. at
ie Carillon hotel.
Naomi Hadassah Auction
Naomi group of Hadassah is hav-
. g an auction night Saturday. 8
m, at the Hillel House on (he
ampus of the University of Miami.
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^S o c i a lite ... sjsabel C/rove
Mrs. Benjamin Kamon. national
vice president of the Women's Di-
vision, was to bring Greetings from
the organization, and present guest
speaker. Mrs. David Smith.
A member of the Women's Di-
vision national executive commit-
tee, national board, and the gov-
erning council and metropolitan
council. Mrs. Smith is serving a
second term as president of the
Manhattan's Women's division,
AJC.
Highlight of the afternoon was to
be a fashion show by Jordan Marsh,
with Miss Eleanore Gumby, fash-
ion coordinator, as commentator.
Mrs. David Muskal is member-
ship chairman, and Mrs. Alfred
Mamlet. president of. the Florida
Women's Division, was to preside
at the affair.
Continued from Page 1-B
an enjoying the company <>f
daughter Eili i n and her husband.
Charles Boneparth, now living in
Ce arhurst with two daughters ol
Iheir own, as well as a son .
A surprise birthdaj party for
Ruth (Mrs. Charles) Jacobson
List Fridaj hosted bj the Harrj
Linskys at their home. 1160 103rd
..l. Lots "I impromptu fun
with Mr and Mrs. Kick Richards.
Mr> Hilda Greenberg and daugh-
ter Joan Lola I'herson wear-
ing a lovely new titian wig match-
ing her own red locks perfectly.
Miss Diane Marks, bride-elect
of Ed Mo.-s. honored by three of
her aunts at a bridal shower at
the home of Mrs. Sam (Anne'
Marks. 5505 SW 63rd ave. ...Co-
hostesses were Mrs. Paul (Lynn)
Marks and Mrs. Ben (Evelyn)
Clme Among the guests were
her mother. Mrs. Isadore (Myrtle)
Marks, the prospective bride-
groom's mother and sister. Han-
nah and Dorothy Moss, and
grandmother ol Dume, Mrs. Dave
(Ray) Goldberg Other guests.
also aunts, were Mrs. Herman
(Shirley i Marks. Mrs Stanley
(Irene I Marks. Mrs. E U gene
I Louise i Marks. Mrs Pearl Kahn.
Mrs Moses Mondul. and Mrs.
David Mondul The betrothed
couple will exchange nuptial vows
at Temple Beth Am on Saturday,
Dec. 15.
Shopping for "pretties" instead
ol sturdies" Ernie (.Mrs Joseph)
Klein, mother ol rwo sons, enjo)
ing ever) moment with future
daughter-in-law Marcia Freeman
. Daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
Lou Freeman, the pretty brunette
and Leslie Klein are planning a
late January merger .
in pituburgh tor a Nov. 23
wedding is Franco (Mrs. Sam-
uel Beckerman, Oi Miami Beach
. Son Kenneth will exchange
vows there with Diane, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Herbert
White .
Del (Mrs. Raymond i Rubin, vi-
vacious president of the Greater
Miami Section. National Council
of Jewish Women, flew up to New
York last Friday as her Section >
delegate to the IN Assembly In-
stitute Council in the only
women's organization with an of-
ficial observer at the IN
Also during her five-day stay. Del
will participate in a national com-
mittee ot public affairs meeting
and discussion Ol current events
Alter an extended cruise to the
Far East, from which Mr. and
Mrs Leon J. F.ll returned late
in October. Leon, who is presi-
dent of the -INF Council here,
flew to Israel to participate in
the dedication of Me Ami. our
sister city there The entire
ceremony was filmed by NBC
and will' be shown Nov. 23. 7:30
to 9 a.m.. on the Today show .
Officiating at the dedication
was Dr Irving I o, T
pie FinanuF.I
Lehcman are certain i
an experience "we shall never
(orgel The trip a as a un-
wind of activity ior then
they wen "thrilled beyond
words with the progie^ since our
last visit"
Helen Alpert recuperating hen
from surgery performed at Mer-
cy Hospital New, director
and retirement consultant at U-
high Acres, her many row friend)
there kept the mailmen bus;
hvering batches ot get-well cards |
and flowers.
Seen strolling the Lincoln Mall I
Daniel and Gladys Dubbin, win
son F.rnest Another couple
arm-and-arniing it along the love-1
ly walk. Gus-sie and G |
pert .
On Allison Island, Joan are I
Stanley Levine held their annul
opera musical Sunday on behaB
of Dr. Paul Csonka and the Dale I
Youth Opera Members of th|
cast of Mozart's "Magic Flute
sang tantalising excerpts froil
the opera to be given Nov. Si
Hade County Auditorium Tkl
project is sponsored b> the Mini
Opera Guild, headed l>> Dr At-1
turo di Filippi, who with Mr- |
was among the almost 1U0 guesfcl
attending the musicale Ti,
Levines have long bi n openl
buffs, and in addition. J
concert pianist and teachei i|
the Fire Arts Conservatory
M8S. MILTON GttfN
Fashion Writer
To be Speaker
Second annual mother-daughter
luncheon sponsored by Temple Zion
Sisterhood will be held on Sunday,
\i>\. 25, at l p.in
Entertainment will feature I
"Recipe on Charm bj Edith
Zipp, fashion columnist of The Jew-
Pioneer Women
To Honor Leader
Mrs Joseph KrantZ, president of
Greater Miami's oldest Pioneer
Women'.- Club, has announced that
Club 1 will honor Council presi-
dent, Mrs Milton Green, at a tes-
timonial dinner Sunday. 6 p.m.. at
the Royal Hungarian restaurant.
731 Washington ave.
Mrs Leah Notkin is sponsor of
the affair, which is being chaired
by Mrs Leo Goldman, vice presi-
dent ot Council, and member of
the national board.
Mrs Jennie Seitlin will give the
ln\ i cation.
R bbi Max Shapiro, ol Beth Ko-
desh Congregation, will be guest
speaker, and a musical program
Will be presented 1)> Mrs Chaie
Kowalskj All proceeds ol the din-
ner are earmarked for Child-Rescue
in Israel
Well known for her work with
local social service groups, Mrs.
Green is vice president of the
South Florida Zionist Council.
serves on the hoard ot Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, and is lead-
er of a Brownie Scout troop in
Coral Gables.
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J^jar lames Lehrman Deborah Green
Michorl Doif Mitchell Atorgolii
Thanksgiving Fete
At Aged Home
First social of the season lor
r Miami Women's Auxiliary,
Home for the Aged, will be
Thanksgiving party Sunday. 2
at Douglas Gardens, 151 NE
-I.
(I i t-tings will be extended by
Lawrence SUverman, Auxll-
;v president, and Mrs Sol Sil-
-. honorary president, will
;nt ;> special message.
light of Ihe afternoon will
, a musical program by the Maude
_ Quartet, with Pierre Mantle,
i-i violinist. They will play the
ssonanl Quartet in C. b> Mozart.
Program chairman is Mrs. Louis
ilakovsk)
Sunrise Chapter
Luncheon Slated
The new holiday line by Mister
. ii ill be shown at a luncheon
noon at the Algiers hotel
red by the Sunrise chapter
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Mrs. Carolyn Praver will be
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Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will of.
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ael Perlmuttcr during services Sat-
urday morning, No\ it, at Young
Israel ol Greater .Miami.
Mi hael i- a student ;it North
Miami Junior High, and is inter-
este in music and athletics.
Mr, and Mrs. Moe Perlmutler,
1145 NE 126th si will honor their
son ai a luncheon in the Glai
hotel.
Deborah Green
On Saturday morning, Nov 17. tit
Temple Judea, Rabbi Mordecai
l'odet will officiate at the Bas Mitz-
vah "I Deborah Judith, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Green, -it3
Anderson rd
Deborah is an eighth grade stu-
dent ai Ponce de Leon Junior High,
and plays clarinet in the school
hand. A senior in Hebrew school,
.he celebrant plans to continue her
religious studies. Her outside ac-
tivities Include horseback-riding,
and she has won several blue rib-
bon.-, in horse shows.
Following the ceremony on Sat-
urday, Dr. and Mrs Green will host
the Kiddush in their daughter's
honor, and will also fete her at a
dinner party for her friends and
classmates in the evening in their
home.
Ronald Hearts
Rabbi Morton Shalowitz will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Ron-
ald, son ot Mr and Mr^ Murray
[learn, during services Saturday
morning, Nov it, at Congregation
Yehudah Moshe.
A seventh grade student at North
Miami Beach Junior High, the cele-
brant has attended Popiel religious
school for the past several years
Michael Davis
Michael Jud.1, .son of Mr and
ilrs Irving Davis, ill become
Bar Mitzvah at services conducted
by Rabbi Norman N Shapiro on
Saturday morning, Nov. 17. in the
main sanctuary at Beth David Con-
gregation.
An eighth made student at Ponce
dc Leon Junior High, the celebrant
plays trumpet in the hand, and has
won several cups for athletics and
dancing.
Following the ceremony, he will
be honored by his parents at the
Kiddush
Israel I Porush
On Thanksgiving Kay. Thursday.
Nov. 22, Israel 1 Porush, will be
Bar Mitzvah at the new Hebrew
Vcadem) of Greater Miami, with
Rabbi Alexander s Gross officiat-
ing
An eighth grade student at the
\ca emy, which he has hem at-
tending since first grade, the cele-
brant is a member of the Acad-
emy choir and football team, and
plays on the Mesivta High School
baseball team
The Bar Mitzvah is the son ol
Mr and Mrs s.nd Porush, 922
Michigan ave.. and grandson of
Rabbi Jacob Shnairson, ol Chicago.
'Magic Flute'
Set for Nov. 25
Dade Youth Onera produ*'o ol
The Magic Flute." by Mozart,
v ill be presented Sunday. Nov. 25,
3 p m at the Dade County Audi-
,orium. The opera will be sung
in English, and librettos will be
available
i eading roles will be taken by
coloratura soprano Carol Donn as
Ihe Queen of the Night, soprano
Virginia EnisclbriKht as Pamina.
lyric tenor William Greene as Tam-
Ino, basso Edward Doe as Saras-
tro. and baritone Robert McPher-
son as Papageno.
The orchestra and chorus will be
conducted by Dr. Paul Csonka.
Erlck Santamaria has designed the
gets, and James Faga is stage
manager
Mrs Roberta R. Keyes and Dr_
ll,,ward Doolin are co-founders ol
the Dade Youth Opera project,
which i- affiliated with the Opera
Guild Ol Mianu.
Ii father i- a faculty member of
ihe Academy, and his mother is af-
liliated with the Coral Waj Jewish
I i tiler Hebrew school,
A brunch in Israt Ps honor will
follow sen Ices
James Lehrman
The Bar Mitzvah of James, son
"i Mrs, Ben Lehrman and Albert
l.< hi man. will be celebrated on
Saturdaj morning, Nov. it. at Tem-
ple Emanu-El, with Dr. Irving
la hi man officiating,
An eighth made student al Nan-
liius Junior High, .lames plays
clarinet in the school band and is
interested in sports
The Bar Mitzvah will be honored
at a dinner.
Mitchell Margolis
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah Of Mitchell, son
of Mi", and Mrs. George Margolis.
during services Saturday morning,
Nov. IT. at Temple F.manu-El.
A seventh grade student at Deer-
borne School in Coral Gables,
Mitchell's outside interest include
howling, swimming and golf.
He will be honored at a Kiddush
in Sirkin Hall following the cere-
mony, and at a reception in the
evening at the Fontainebleau hotel.
His grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
N J. Raskin, will be here for the
occasion.
*
Steven Davidson
Saturday morning services, Nov
17. at Temple Emanu-El, will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Steven,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dav-
idson. Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate.
An honor student in Ihe eighth
grade al Nautilus Junior High, the
celebrant is an outstanding ath-
lete.
Southern premiere of "The Longest Day" will be a theate:
party for the benefit of the Hebrew Academy, according tc
Mrs. Sheldon Dearr, president of the school's PTA. The mo
tion picture, which depicts the D-Day invasion of World Wa.
II, features 42 international stars, and will be shown at the
Lincoln Theatre on a reserved seat basis. Premiere is Wed
nesday, Nov. 21. Shown receiving the first tickets are (lef
to right) Mrs. Zvi Berger. Mrs. Sam Shapiro, Mrs. Scmuel Ros
ner, theatre party chairman, Mrs. Leonard Adler, and Mrs
Fred Zisquith.
Beth Sholom Features Graphics
Annual Temple Beth Sholom
Adult Institute, for members and
non-members of the Temple, in-
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"Praycrbook Study'' and Conver-
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Modern Jewish history, covering
the period from the Golden Age of
Spain to modern times, will also
in offered. Classes meet each
Monday evening from 8 to 9 p.m.
From !i to 10 p.m., Rabbi Leon
Kronish will conduct a course on
Liberal Reform Judaism." The
course will be divided into lhi> B
segments: an analysis of modern
theology based on the text, "Man's
Best Hope."' by Dr. Roland Gittei-
sohn; 'The Union Praver Book. '
its evolution from the traditional
Siddur;" and an appreciation
study of the new Jewish Publica-
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the "Five Books of Moses."
A course in Hebrew. "An Imag-
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by Mrs. Rebecca Lipson from B I
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Friday, November 16
U62
Tr We
the
Women
Morrison Golden Wedding Anniversary
Site of Messages From Many Friends
IIS
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Use was born in Silesia, Germany. Maybe it was a good thing that
in 1930 she spent live months in prison as a result oi a letter in protest
of the government she wrote to a friend in Hungary As a result, it
opened her eyes to what was happening in Germany, and she left tor
the United States. Later, she brought her mother and brother out, but
one brother stayedin Dachau. The richness and the splendor of Amer-
ica were overwhelming at first. Use was afraid that the tall sky scrap-
ers would keep all the air and sun away. She
marveled at the "muchness" of everything
and the waste that was a matter of course.
In Miami, working for National Council of
Jewish Women in their Help to the Foreign
Born, she met Harry Smionhoff. an attorney
who was helping with the affidavits. Harry
was a confirmed bachelor, and he let Use re-
turn to New York. She had studied account-
ing at the Sorbonne and the University of Ber-
lin. During the war years, she did free lance
accounting. Once a year, for twelve years,
the confirmed bachelor went to New York to
\ isit Use.
Finally, as Harry says, he broke down and
fell from Grace to Use. They returned to Mi-
ami to live. Harrj is a scholar, and has writ-
ten many books. Use likes to be available for
discussion with him at any time. He's a most
intresting man,'' she says with that capivating
accent, "and I like to listen to him.'*
At this moment. Use has her very capable hands full. For the past
three year-, she has been chairman of the patients Library at Mt.
Sinai Hospital. But r.ou Use's responsibility is in her brother's two
daughter Evelyn and Lillian. It's a new and exciting venture as she
rushes from her own house to her brother's apartment to see that all
is well.
The Simonhoffs have always enjoyed traveling; now that Use's
mother is with them, they stay closer to home In 1959, they spent four
months in Europe looking up the people with whom Use had gone to
school. It was a strange experience. The old friends really didn't
believe the atrocities that were committed in the name of the German
people, they didn't even want to discuss them.
An unknown si iy describes Use's warm and loving heart; it was
told to me by a friend When Harry wanted to give her a lovely string
of pearls to commemorate a happy event, she asked him to give the
money to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation instead. This is true
community spirit.
* *
THE FROST IS ON THE PUMPKIN
Pumpkin-colored table cloths with centerpiece arrangements of
wheat and Japanese lanterns brought out the fact that autumn is here
at the reception and luncheon that Dr. Peritz Scheinberg and Dolly gave
in Wolfson Hall at Temple Israel in honor of their son. Richard David,
who had become Bar Mitzvah, Forty of Richard's friends attended the
party, too. The huge cake was in the form of a Bible, and the sculptured
ice pieces were th.- Star of David and a Torah. It was the first time
Dr. and Mrs Henrj King Stanfordhe is president of the University
of Miamihad ever witnessed a Bar Mitzvah. Dr. Stanford was Dr.
Scheinberg's teacher when Peritz arrived as an entering freshman at
Little Emory in Yaldusta. It also was Dr. Stanford's first teaching
assignment. Ami guests al the Bar Mitzvah reception were Dr. and
Mrs Ben Orin, Di and Mrs Martin S. Belle. Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Hyams, the Lari Singers, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz, Herb and
Lois Mathes, l)r at I Mrs Morris 11 Blau, Sti nlej and Martha Myers,
and Dr. and Mrs Sherman K plan Dolly s brother and his family, Dr.
StevenS r three children all cam* in from Tampa
The grandparents al lys are the prou estMi and Mrs John Selbj
Mrs Esther v*; no exception hat ei
is over, I I her partner Dons Mrs
;, set York They are about to enter a new venture
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S tuth Miami stai affair, but .. few !.....-e
involvi
with little bagel I babii
i. Mai Eg* rt, and sisters, J
rea, the two others, Mrs Fn la Sale! and
Paulino Egert, and grandmother, Mrs Fannie Smith, wen- then way
before Ume Harry and Marilyn Smith, the Herbert Krenskys, Joe
Ungar, and Mr ai I Mrs Ed Ratmer were amonj
* *
BEST TRAVELED GERM
Inez Krensky left seven weeks ago on a trip, taking .ilong a cold.
But since it was her father- eighty-fourth birthday, she had to be in
Chicago, cold or no. On she went to San Francisco, then to Phoenix to
visit her niece. Mrs Donald Mailing, back to Chicago and then along
home. The cold came with her. and now Inez and the cold arc getting
a well deserved rest in bed.
nd Mrs B I M
sw 13th st Miai li, '-ore feted by
ds on the oc-
aunj
vcrsary on Sundaj i mng,No>
i a dim er in the I. len Roc
The horsesh ie- hi was
. ted and i iveri with
satin, strewn w ith bab) rose
decked with floral bouquets ol pink
asters Table settings and si
plates were in i in keeping with
the occasion.
The Morrisons, who moved here
from Grand Rapids. Mich.. 13 years
ago. are among the founders ol
the Miami chapter of VIVO, the
Yidd sh Scientific Institute, and
the Yiddish Cultural Forum spon-
sored by YIYO. which sponsors a
weekly lecture program each Sat-
urday evening during January.
February and March.
Mr. Morrison has served as both
president of the YIYO chapter and
secretary of the Forum for many
years. The Morrisons are also both
active members of the Farband-
Labor Zionist Organization, and
, in many other Jewish
. nd mmunit} en leavi -
nov n for his

., ol Yiddish culture i >
h
inization:
. Ihcrings
and recil i
etrj and literary work.
-i : lish writers
lii, Morrison homi both in Gram
:,..; ids and Miami has always beei
a gatherii ; lai c loi visiting Yid
, -:i artists, writers, poets ano
P< akers
Score- of congratulatory letters
2nd teK .rams were received by th>
anniversary couide from friend'
and relatives from all section- 0
the United States and from Canada
London and Israel, including mess
ages b) their life-long friend, tht
poet 11. Leivick, and his wife. Sar
;.h. poetess, Rochel Korn, of Mon
tieal. Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Leve-
ies.- Glanz; Lipa Lehrer: Mr and
Mrs. Leon Femberg. of the Day-
Morning Journal; and Mr and Mrs.
Shlomo Bickel, among others.
A family contribution in honor of
Mr. and Mrs Morrison's 50th wed-
ding anniversary was given to the
United Jewish Appeal through AV
Jewish Communit) Fund of Grand
Rapids by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bach,
former business partners, w hose
ersonal triendship ua < a to
more than 50 years, Jacob Bach.
Mr and Mrs. Sol Bach, and Mr
and Mrs. Abe Glaser,
The couple's three daughters,
Ruth Morrison. Mary Franklin, and
Louise Hoffman, and their grand
son, Gerald Franklin, are planning
a gift to YIVO to their par-
ents and grandparents.
MR. ASD MRS. BtRKt
Berkes to Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs A. Berke. of 810
Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach,
are celebrating their 50th wedding
anniversary.
A reception in their honor will
be given Sunday by their three
children. Mr. Sam Berke and Mrs.
Hannah Schorr, of North Miami
Beach, and Mr- Ethel Rosenberg,
Yonkers. NY.
Mr. Berke is retired, and the
couple have lived in Miami Beach
since December. 1955. He vv,. 1 <:
merly in the cleaning business in
New York City.
In addition to their three chil
dren, Mr and Mrs. Berke also have
-ev,:; grandchildren.
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This Weekend
Members ol the Eleanor Roose-
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liavi made a donation to the Chil-
dren's Home in Israel in honor of
the late Mrs. Fleanor Roosevelt.
The group will have a rummage
Sail all day Saturday at 3215 Grand
ave. Coconut Grove Mrs Sheldon
Wynne, chairman, heads the com-
mittee of Mrs. Eugene Schneider-
nan. Mrs. Alvin Weinstem. Mrs.
Marvin Schoenberg and Mrs. Mor-
ion Rothstein.
Carey Matthew-, member of the
Florida State House of Represen-
tatives, will discuss "I!t apportion
men; Revisited," at a meeting
Wednesday, Nov 21, the Tastee Inn, 7400 SW Bth st
Pi spective members are invited
Bi atnik" coffei pai tj Wed
lay. Nov 5 30 p m at the
hi mc oi Mrs Bi n Stone 3240 SW
79th ave Mrs Alvin Weinstem
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id Brams, son ol >rr ai V -.
Maurice Brams, oi Palm B<
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also atten !ed tht \"e Yort In-
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:iday, November 16, 1962
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yours,
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r-lSTERHOOD ol Dale He:ghts
Jewish Congre iation pi i n
> (| "Command Performance," a
ical review. Saturday night
ii Hi. remple. Mrs. Murraj Kay.
idenl of the Sisterhood, wore
. knit sheath, with match-
colored cashmere sweater
med with a mink collar.
Mrs. liernarri Klenet chose a
k wool with a fitted bodice
an impressed pleated skirt,
The hack oi her bodice dipped
and her accessories were in
..ill A chartreuse colored velvet
he male was worn by Mrs.
I! rold Kramer. A matching
, ired brocade blouse with a
peter pan collar was featured
uiththe cha-iel styled jacket thai
i unpletert her ensemble. Mrs.
i ml Levy's flora] print was
tones and shades ol blues on
Ahite. Her fabric was corduroy,
and her ensemble was composed
oi a -heath dress and a matching
w si length jacket.
A rich !ool chocolate i rown
?;lk sheath with n hip-length jac-
ket was the choice of Mrs, Julius
Kaplan. Her tailored ensemble
featured a keyhole neck line in
ihe bodice. Mrs. Bert Guluin se-
lected muted frosted t anger in as
her color for the night. Hei
gored wool skirt had a matching
cdorcd cardigan cashmere
sweater over a sdk striped blouse
of green, white and tangerine.
ulRS. Benjamin Shapiro's wool
"* suit was a pert looking black
and white miniature check. Her
fitted jacket was hip-lenuth and
piped in black silk cord. A black
silk shift, with a mandarin col-
lar and long sleeve?, was chosen
by Mr~ David Schendell. This
was topped with a U i tai I i
M r. B( n a d Ph ""-- wi a
sej -heath of narrov r<
and blue stripes. A
i coat i i hi
as th" color worn
ly Gn n. pan, I! threi
e nil wool
.' -! al i k rt .i ji vel
ked ..> ei blou se and > il
1 The ii!.....i ii e effect .-
< ai ried thri i h wit
blu< acces >i ries, Vlrs, i
a i lai :' it! : ,
luring; whit o| en i n i
\ Su nuel I apli n's
" is mi'll c I ired floi :l m itii
Her bod ce as fitted w ith a
rounded neck line and her
w a.- lull.
MRS Satiford Muchnick jel :*
led a three-piece porcelain
blue suit. Her sheath skirt had
a matching three-quarter-length
coat, both of which were in wool
ine silk ovcrblouse was in a
matching color. A textured wool
tweed suit in black and brown
was worn by Mrs. Joel Telles.
Her jacket featured a mnd'fied
stand-up portrait collar Mrs,
Harry llausman's choice "as a
dark iridescent green texturized
fabric sheatii.
Black silk cord trimmed her
high round neckline and d"fined
her waist. Her dress was topped
with a fur-trimmed black cash
mere sweater. Be'ge was the
ihoice of Mrs. Ralph Eskenas.
Her tailored set was composed
of a woel sheath skirt, silk blouse
and matching cashmere sweater.
Talking over plans for the New Year's Eve dance of Temple
Emanu-Fl Brotherhood are (left to right) Michael Sossin.
president; Allen Goldberg, program chairman; Al Zablc.
dance co-chairman; and Louis Spector, dance co-chairman.
The Brotherhood also will serve as hosts for the Nov. 24 din-
ner at which Israeli Minister of Education Abba Eban will
speak in honor of Joseph M. Lipton, congregationaj president.
Asthma Research Is Highlighted
Mrs Sidney Hittcrman. president
of Miami Beach chapter of Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital at Denver, was to con-
duct a business meeting Thursday
evening at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan bldg., Miami
Beach.
A report on fund-raising projects
planned for the year was to be
given by Mrs. Jerry Resnick, ways
and means chairman, and a film
ol her world travels was to be
shown and narrated by Miss Edna
Fin berg.
"The hospital in Denver treats
only the most desperate cases of
asthma and allergies in children,
and it needs help." said Mrs. Rit-
terman.
"We hope to acquaint area resi.
dents with the research being done
at the Denver hospital and the
treatments which are available to
children in the Greater Miami area,
as well as throughout the coun-
try."
Medical Men Join Drive to Assist Center in Negev
TODAY
:'r. Milton S. I.ubarr, Miami
I dentist, has been named co-
in for physicians and den-
Is "l the campaign by Greater
in Jewry to build a new med-
al center in Beersheba, Israel
- appointment was announced by
Anna Brenner Meyers, overall
nan.
An active leader in the Israel
Bond program, and for the Ameri-
can friends of the Hebrew Univer
Dr. Lubarr has played a maj-
role in mobilizing American aid
medical and dental projects in
State of Israel
A reception in behalf of the new
lical center will be held Tues-
8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach
ie of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rif-
5200 Alton rd.
Riflcin, vie* president of the
south Florida Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, is founder of both
'echnion and Hebrew University
Ho is a member of the executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Committee for State of Israel
Bonds. In Wilkes Barre, Pa.,
1 Kin was one of the state's top
. for both the United Jew-
Appeai and Israel 3onds.
Leon Kronish, spiritual
, ,. ; Ie Beth Sholom.
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Beersheba, Israel, is discussed by (left to right) Consul Gen-
eral David S. Tesher, Julius Cooper, William Agranove, Rabbi
Lecn Kronish and Dr. Milton S. Lubarr. The S200.000 center
is co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Business and Profes-
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Israel, where he helped determine
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Page 10-B
if^utnr/in^r
Friday, November \i
The Courier
William Lader, Surfsider who heads Hillel ;ii Florida State Univer-
sity, has been organising Saturday services before FSU football games,
and has also organized ;i Thanksgiving party for Jewish undergrad-
uates at the Tallahassee school Herschel Rosenthal, vice president
.'! Hauler Federal S;i\ in^s. lias been appointed chairman of the Yk\\
eral Taxation Committee of the Society of Savings and Loan Con
trailers Col. Mitchell Wolfson, president of Wometco Enterprises,
winning plaudits lor his Cuban crisis call for unity behind President
Kennedy, which was aired on TV stations throughout the South
Arthur I. Snyder, of No .Miami Beach, is new president of the state
wide Municipal Judges Assn. Stanley M. Pred still serving as
judge of El Portal.
New president of the Pap Cancer Institute at Miami will be James
Albert, Temple Beth Sholom leader Vice Mayor Ma! Englander's
talk to the Bfach B'nai B'rith or. Tuesday was called 'The B.B. Calls
the shots" Arthur M. Shandioff, of star Construction Co.. new
member of executive committee ol Miami's Operation Fix-Up" .
New director of Riverside Bank is Thomas S. Trantham, Coral Gables
attorney and University of Florida grad Martin Fine, chairman of
the Miami Mousing Authority, has been appointed to Gov. Farris
Bryant's Citizens Advisory Committee Jerome Berger has 200
exhibitors lined up for the 1962 Builders Home Show WTVJ has
opened a South Palm Beach county bureau, headed by Hank and
Miriam Cohen. The two will headquarter in Deliay Beach.

Rabbi Tiber Stern will act as chaplain for Civil Defense District
No. 1 Reservations manager David Sudnow, ot the Carillon, re-
ports a request for "a nice room, with a refrigerator for me and my
wife to sleep in" Leonard Bernstein will be host for a closed cir-
cuit telecast Nov. 29 which will benefit the Orange Blossom Playhouse
in Orlando and the National Cultural Center in Washington. D.C. .
Samuel L. Frisco, president Oi the Amateur Artists Assn.. of Greater
Miami, reports that the group has 500 pieces of art on display at
Dupont Pla/a center's Buildorama, comprising the lust Maun City
Fail Art Exhibit.
Warren Soned, director of Art Unlimited Gallery, will hold a >pe-
cial preview aid reception this weekend of his exhibit ol modern Mex-
ican a\r: at Ins gallery. 824i NE 2nd ave. No Miami- Henry M.
Gilbert, Miami representative of National Life Insurance Company of
Vermont, has won membership in the firm's li6.'5 President's Club .
Former Surisido Mayor Ei/jene Schwarz and onetime Vice Mayor Sam
Rabin, now a successful night club promoter, were among those on
hand lor the Surfside Community Center dedication Sunday Claude
"epper gave a moving eulogy to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt And DAV
( ommander Ed Cooper outdid himsell in arranging Veterans' Da)
ceremonies.
) r
i
At tenth annual dinner meeting of the Great- Seymour Samet. executive director: Jam-; R.
er Miami chapter of the American Jewish Con- Katzmcn. vice president and dinner cha,.
mittee are seated (left to right) Mrs. Charles Leonard Wien. vice president and cha;; can
Finkelstein. chairman of the executive commit- of the awards committee; Col. Nath.. B.
tee; David Fleeman, chapter president; and R. Rood, vice president; and lay Janis. sec:
W. Apte. treasurer. Standing (left to right) are
Leading AJCommittee Executive Believes
Ecumenical Will Advance Religious Amity
Mike Sossin. center of the
into a kosher retirement hotel,
iront hostelry, this one in the
battle over changing the Coronet hotel
is reported eyeing yet another ocean
. fashionable sixties, tor conversion .
Cap! Leo Gardner, affable head of El Al here expected to return from
jsrael with big news on direct Miami-to Tel A\\ flights.
It could be call."I keeping it in the family, what with Mechanics
L'nlform Service president Jack Popick heading up the Israel Bond
dinner honoring Joe Lipton, and his vice president. Al Sherman, serv-
linner chairman lor Technion Thai big testimonial for
Jennie Grossinger sponsored by the Women's Division of the American
Friends ha- been shifted to Jan. 11 National Histadrut committee
i- eyeing a national conclave in Miami Beach in late February or
e ~:.l! M' i behind United Fund, with chairman
Jay Kislak proving one Ol tin' best leaders in UF history.
Herbert L. Jacobson, former athletic director of the Greater Mi
.immunity Center, who now works for Metro, was in the
Leur tennis cl ; onships won by Mike
Beikin .: Delra> Beach Miami Beach political insiders .-ay it's to
led b> Wolfie Cchen, which will ('raw the entries of
i Mavoi Harold Shapiro, Dr. Leo Grossman, and Paul Grand,
with Hal Herfi and Tec* Cohen -.till talking about going again, lncum-
Mel Richard, Marcie Liberman and D. Lee Powell stepping up
their own a<'.\it> as the Shapiro and Grossman booms .row.

[I was most learn thai the America-Israel Cultural
. establishini Itural center in Israel to be called the
Beth Jo'eph Cherner. I nele Joe, with whom we worked lor many
years i loth L'JA and Israel Bond activities, was a national leader
wbo truly ing Israel His >.>. Ruth, with whom
several ear- henna' returning to Wash-
ton, i vanci; to the Foundation to be used toward
. in in Zionist Activities, Joe would be proud
i. ied on a> a national leader
Perhaps the most significant dc-
velopment in inter-religious under-
standing in the past hundred years
will emerge from current discuss
ions taking place at the Ecumeni-
cal Council in Rome, a leading
executive of the American Jewish
Committee believes.
Ralph Friedman, national chair-
man of the administrative board
ol AJCommittee. noted here "that
Catholic concern for interracial and
interreligious understanding is also
being highlighted at Pro Deo Uni-
versity in Rome," where a chair in
inter group relations has been
foui (led with an endowment made
03 AJC.
The idea for the course at the
Catholic sponsored university's
Institute of Sociology grew out of
an audience which Pro Deo of-
f:cials arranged in 1957 with the
late Pope Piux XII and officials
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee.
Friedman was recently ill Miami
to bring national greetings to the
tenth anniversary meeting of the
Greater Miami chapter. American
Jewish Committee, at the Doral
i, untry Club.
The meeting featured an award
to Mt. Sinai Hospital "in recog-
nition of its pioneering contribu-
tions in the field ol intergroup rela-
tions;'' and to the Rl Rev Henry
; Loutil tor distinguished relig
i< us lea lership in promoting mans
understanding of his fellow man.''
Seymour Samet, executive di-
rector of the Miami chapter, was
also cited for his dedication to
the quest for freedom and dignity
for all human beings and his lead-
ership advancing these prin-
ciples for his inestimable
qualities as a teacher and leader
one endowed with ri in-
sights anc* sensitivities .
The meeting also featured i id-
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I er 16, 1962
P-wixlh Fl,r rrirfliirbir
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Breakfast Will
Launch Project
Bi th Toi mgregation ill
.ir Book kick.mi
breakfasi Sunday morning at
.. m,
i. will in lude Richard Ger-
Dade Ci it; State Attorney;
Dan Diefenbacher, mayor of North
: Bead Donald Pierce, prin-
Norl I Miami Beach Jun-
ini High School; Edward N Blews,
principal <>i Sabal Palm Element-
al School: and Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz spirit leader of Beth
Torab,
Mr: Leon 3 alloway and Tod
Klamitz are co-chairmen of the
book committi
Transmit Ada ism, Katz Tells UAHC
RAjui DAVID EfCNNORN
JWB Chaplaincy Field Director Studies
Spiritual Needs of Service Personnel
. Da' i I Max Eichhorn ar-
.,. in Miami this week to visit.
the part-time and full-time Jewish
cha| serving the spiritual and
morale need- "t members of the
i s Armed Forces now stationed
; I orida.
R; bbi Eichhorn is director of
field operation.- for the Commiss-
fDJ/IUND XOSfNBtRG
Jev i haplaincy of the
J< i Welfare Board.
'. the wke of the Cuban
crisis, we hi. been anticipating
a r-sing number of Jewish ser-
vice men and women in the State
of Florida. Rabbi Eichhorn de-
clared. He said he was here to
mam sure "if "all their needs
art being met wherever poss-
ible
i rn was being ac-
i i ; .lined on his study tours of
null tar installations lure b> Ed-
mund Rosenberg, consultant for
i si JWB in l tucago, ill who ar-
in Miai i earlier last week
meetings ith Greater Miami
jew I, c itj leaders and or-
the Jewish <'
res ibility toward tr-
i nt service person-
n the S Florida area
x ictly how many
ns are involved,
i umbi il chaplains needed
to service them," Rabbi Eichhorn
explained "In the first place,
that's classified information. In
the second place, we really haven't
been full) told ourselves at this
point."'
But Rabbi Eichhorn did reveal
thai, as of now. there is a full-
time Jewish chaplain. Rabbi Allied
Landsberg, at Sanford Naval Sta-
tion and. beginning Dec. 15, there
will be a full-time chaplain at Eg-
lin Air Force Base.
According to Rabbi Eichhorn,
there is a rigid priority involved
in making full or part-time chap-
laincy appointments. As the
,-)Ovrnment-authorized aoercy to
overlook the spiritual and morale
needs of Jewish servicemen, JWB
must first ecclesiastically en-
dore a rabbi before he will be
considered by U.S. authorities.
Chaplaincy appointments go to
the nearest available rabbi who has
been himself a military chaplain.
Barring the availability ol such a
person, appointments go to rabbis
.ho have had mil't.irs service oth-
er than in the chaplaincy.
"Once he has the appointment, a
rabbi keeps it," Rabbi Eichhorn
>aid. "as long as ins services are
deemed satisfactory by the U.S.
Government."
Rabbi Eichhorn left Miami
Tuesday to visit instauotons in
Sanford, Orlando and Tampa.
Meanwhile, he announced jointly
with Rosenberg "the first at-
tempt at Sabbath services this
weekend at Opa-locka."
An editorial contributor to the
recently-published "Rabbis in Uni-
form." Rabin Eichhorn noted that
six South Florida rabbis are for-
mer is chaplains.
They are Rabbis Mayer Abramo-
witz. Temple Menorah; Samuel
.lalle. Beth El Ol Hollywood; Mor-
decai Podet, Temple Judea; Allen
Rutchik, din ctor ol the Southeast
region of the United Synagogue of
America; Morton Shall wilz, Con
Yehudah M I I)r
Aaron Kahan, executive director,
mi Committee for State
Israel B inds
Label K;ii/. International presi-
di i.t ol B'nai B'rith, told a capac
itj audience Sunday night that
"over 12 000 Jewish students in Ar-
gentina have no interest In Juda-
ism today."
Said Katz: "They are turning to
alien ideologiesto the philosoph-
ies ol the leftists and radicals
and the leaders of Argentina s Jew-
ish community fear for the future
as a result ol this trend as much
as they fear the recent outbursts
ol anti-Semitism."
Katz reported on his recently-
corcludau trip to Buenos Aires at
a meeting of the combined cam-
paign of the Southeast region of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations in the Dupont
Plaza hotel.
Warned Katz: "That's why the
role of U.S. Jewry is so critically
important today."
Katz' stay in Buenos Aires came
on the heels of a trip to India. Is-
rael, and Australia. In a broad
reference to the "cultural dehydra-
tion" of the world's second largest
Jewish community, some 2,500,ooo
Jews in the Soviet Union, he told
Miami's Reform Jewish leaders:
"The once thriving and nourish-
ing life of art. literature and schol-
arship in Eastern Europe is gone,
with the Jews of the Soviet Union,
particularly, suffering from the
non-exitence of Jewish institutions,
a handful of synagogues not per-
mitted to entertain relationships
among each other, no Yiddish thea-
tre, and no newspapers.''
Declaring that "Jews are be-
ing suffocated there," Katz said
that "it is for the Jews of the
United States, the largest and
most powerful Jewish commun-
ity in our history, to examine the
role we must now play in the
perpetuation of Judaism."
As a result of the Nazi holo-
caust dessimation of the Jewish
ci mmunity of Eastern Europe, and
following the increasing limbo into
which the Jews of the Iron Curtain
countries are now falling. Katz sug-
gested that "we can no longer be
importers of Jewish scholarship."
"These traditional sources are
now dea i n> us." he said, "dessi-
mated and physically destroyed."
In an appeal to the Sunday night
gathering, Katz noted that "Amer-
ican Reform Judaism must now
make a unique contribution to the
world. It must develop a kind of
scholarship and Judaism to which
we can relate, and which can have
meaning for Jews of today.
"The continuity of the Jewish
Doral Beach Hotel
Names Manager
.lean Suits, vice president and
i cutive director of Doral Beach
1 and <"' onto Club, has an-
tounced the ap-
mini m e n i of
harles \i Rons
,m as general
lanager of the
lor a I Beach ho-
el, on the ocean
t 48th St., Miami
leach. The new
Otel is schedul-
.i to open in Jan-
ary, 1963.
Rousseau has
of experience in
United Slates and European hotel
operations.
A native of France. Rousseau has
been active in South Florida hotel
management since 1946. and has
been associated with such South
Florida hotels as the Diplomat, the
Balmoral, and the Ritz in Cannon,
France.
people and their-relationship to
one anotherthis is the under-
pinning of our survival and iden-
ty throughout the ages. Ameri-
can Jewry's contribution to this
continuity must now become the
unifying force of the Jewish
people everywhere in the world
whether in the Soviet Union, Au-
stralia, Israel, or the U.S."
In another reference to the im-
portance of training young people
in the Jewish heritage and traui-
tion. Katz warned: "Do not con-
sider them your children only, but
your builders, as well. The ch~-
riren of today are tomorrow's lead-
ers."
Said Katz: "The tragedy would
be if they came to these positions
of leadership without the knowl-
edge and understanding of our Jew-
ish history and a profound rever-
ence for our Torahif they were
to develop as cultural cripples.
"This." he said, "would sign the
death knell of the American Jew-
ish community and. recalling the
recent information imparted to n|-
in Buenos Aires, perhaps oi t1
world Jew ish community."
Dr Joseph R. Narot, spiritu
leader ol Temple Israel, introduc-
ed Kaiz. General chairman of the
dinner was Robert II. Newman, ot
Temple Beth Am Dr. Herbert
Baumgard, spiritual leader of Beth
Am. narrated a film on the region's
Southeast Camp institute in Clevi
land. (ia. Sam Levenson, national
vice chairman of the combined
campaign, led the appeal.
Some S20.COO was pledged at
the dinner for the campaign
which supports the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
and the Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion, rab-
binic seminary of Reform Juda-
ism.
Six South Florida Reform congre-
gations are continuing their dnv-i
here to meet the region's $55,000
goal.
Program also included a musical
presentation led by Cantor David.
Conviser, of Temple Beth Sholom
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*. few tf fkrgcf Friday, November 16. 1962
Me Ami Caravan Travelers Returning *
Tired but Happy Following Dedication
At the dedication ot Me Ami in
Ueft to right* Col. Yud Bar-Levi, Israel Army:
Dr. Yaarov Weinstock, head ot the religious
deportment of the Jewish National Fund; Dr.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El. Miami Beach; Isidore Cahane. of the
Ministry of Rc'.gicn; Jacob Tc-ur, world
mi :i of the boara of directors of the
ish National Fundr Dr. Zev Kogan, of Miami
beach, leader of the visiting group; and Leon
J. E!L president of the JNF Council of Grecter
Miami, sponsor of Me Ami.
Noted Educator Will Speak Here
CAKl AlPEM
A top ranking educator will come
io Miami Beach from Israel to at-
tend the annual banquet oi Tech-
iiHui on Nov. 28 at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel, it was announced by
Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of
the South Florida chapter.
Carl Alpert, assistant to the pres-
ident of Technion. Israel's Institute
ol Technology in Haifa, will parti-
cipate in local ceremonies honoring
Smith Florida's founders, who
have given special support to Is-
rael's largest eni i college
A well-known journalist and au-
thor, Alpert has written "To the
Land of Their Fathers," "Pales-
tine Between Two Wars," and
"The Oracle." Prior to going to
Israel in 1952, he was assistant
Curio Shop Here An Exciting Site
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the ol jccl oi much
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Tin- shop fi. tun -
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February. Edward J Robii n and
u K I ners, ( iliami
KING
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ART BRUNS, Co-Ownr
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shov closed, they scheduled anoth-
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I.:.mil rdale.
\. Rol : si n and Bell put it.
When we left Pittsburgh, the tern-
..are was four degrees below
What liked, and
.1 this was for us "
In June, the duo closed their
h fhop and. with the
assistance of South Miami friends,
found the 217 Malaga site where
th new I ip is now located.
In Pittsburgh. Rol nson fre-
quently It tun I antiques to art
and helped the Nati mal
ncil ol .ii > ish Women in their
The Curio
Sho| Is l a frequent
. ssistant of OKT Women. Hadass-
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many projects.ST.
editor of the Universal Jewish
Encyclopedia and World Scope
Encyclopedia.
A native of Boston, ho studied at
Boston University and George
Washington University. For many
wars he was education director of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, and editor ol the magazine
New Palestine."
His column, "I think As l Please,"
appears weekly in many Jewish
newspapers both here and abroad.
Alpert is secretary of the inter-
national board of governors of
Technion.
Chairman of the banquet is Al
Sherman. Honorary chairman is
Dr. II. Franklin Williams, vice pros
ident of the University of .Miami,
and an officer of the South Flor-
ida chapter of Technion.
The local group has pledged
$250,000 as its share of a new com-
puter center on Technion'.-. campus
to aul engineering students and re-
search workers.
Members of the Creator Miami
pilgrimage to Israel for Me Ami
v,,. beginning to return in tired
hul .. .... roups tins week, rol-
;,,,.. rticipation in the
remony on N >v.
thi community's twin city in the
; ... | ol thi G
; the Jewish N'a-
sor oi the Me Ami
c arri<
al n as most
He said that Keren Kayemet
H the Israeli Government had
then tcp leadership participating
in tiie n'c-nanics, and they
.|: le'-H-red b, Greater Miami Jew-
tv io tsteblishing Me Ami"
-lope
: rd Jacob 1
i d chairman ot the board ot di
rectors of .ink. welcome the visit-
ins Americans, and cut a ribbon
surrounding the area, sj robotizing
the bi 'i instruction
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual
loader of Temple F.nianu F.l. bless-
ed I he area, and voiced the hope
that "peace -hall ever reign in this
ana
Dr. Lehrman then presented a
hand-written scroll ol the Torah
to Dr. Israel Weinstock, head ot
the religious section 11 JNl i b<
used in the lu si 5) i ..
ed in Me Ami
"American Jews must ecog.
nize their doty to the less tortu-
i-ate Jews in Israel who need
help, employment and Fin* iCial
support," said Zev Kogan Miami
attorney, who originated Mi pro-
ject. "This settlement ,. r-,0t
or.ty provide an area for c- na-
tion, employing many fei
but small plants will also t vide
work for skilled and nor
workers."
The project will i
100 |
speak* :
Ireet, Minister ol I
> halfon, commissionei
areth district; A. Z. Cahat i
tor .' iK'ial of t'n1 Mil
ligion; and Dr l
: ad of the American -. ct
the JNl
In a reciprocal gestltn i I
Mi ck presented an Israi
to Dr. Lehrman Then the
unveiled several plaque- >: v
philanthropist.-, who pledgi I >
support to build specifii \
in the area.
Adult Seminars
At Beth David
Beth David Congregation's Sun-
day Adult Seminars and classes will
n on Sunday morning.
From io to it a.m., Mrs Angel
Ross will instruct a class in "He-
brew for Bi ginners" in Room t> of
the new building
The Adult Seminars will revolve
around the topic, Current Issues
in Jewish Community Relations,"
and will be held from 11 to 12 15
p m in Room 6.
The first lecture will be "Our
Growth in Freedom.'" with Tobias
Simon a- -ue.-t lecturer.
Repeating
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Friday, November 16. 1962
?

Shevin Named
Legislative Aide
Miami attorney Robert Shevin
is appointed this week as legis-
c aide to the Pade delegation
current session of the State
! -Mature.
shevin, of 1901 S\V 87th ct, is a
her of the Miami Economic
sory Council and prominent in
,\ii' organizations.
uncement <>f his appointment
from Representatives Carey
ith ;irui Earl Faircloth.
tor of the Hank of Miami
and president of the Op-
; Club of Miami, Shevin has
as a director of the Miami
Symphony and Youth Em-
: Service. He is a mem-
it the Miami Dade Chamber
merce, Young Democrats,
al Children's Cardiac Borne,
lc Sclerosis Society, the local
i pti r of Muscular Dystrophy.
president of l'i Lamda Phi
\ i Assn.
, h i #? fhrkNnin
Page 13-B
SCOPE
by ALAN SHECTER
MU-tftf SHtVIN
National Body
Reelects Grant
A. Grant, H49 Ancona
Coral Gables, was reelected
i xecuth e board of the Na-
Federation <>t Temple Broth-
at its 19th biennial eonven-
Baltimore, on Nov. io.
a No will serve on the board
Jewish Chautauqua Society,
therhood's major education-
ct ir interfaith under
lent of the Southeast Flor-
I Grant it past president of
Men's Club of Temple Israel
Greater Miami, and a charter
inber of the Air Force Assn.
A real estate broker, he is mar-
ed.
NFTB comprises 430 Reform
mplc brothcrnoods with over 85,-
00 members throughout the Unit-
i d States, Canada, and several
countries abroad. It is affiliated
with the Union of American He-
brew Congregations.
mv'iuil 'l. UKUlil
'Sabrina Fair1 at
Temple Israel
temple Israel Players will make
tl ir debut on the dramatic scene
n they present "'Sabrina Fair"
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
nings on the stage of Wolf son
A litorium.
e program is under the direc-
01 Mrs. Joseph Bulbin and
Henry J. Nelson.
-t members are Kathy Lewy.
Auslander, Ira Mogul. Sey-
Eisenfeld, Rhea Gladwin,
Gardner, lter.ee Hurwitz,
l>ihi Hoffman. Kathy Wells, Jaj
Marlene Gerstein, Joe
Clifford Gordon and Arnold

Ira Mogul is in charge ol
-. Proceeds go to the
. school building fund.
ation is available from
Henry J Nelson
Poale Zion Branch
Slates Election
' "ii of officers will be on
i nda of the meeting of the
Zion Chaim Green berg
; "ii Tuesday evening.
Dr. Nathanial Soroff. consultant
I the Bureau of Jewish Kduca-
will conduct the meeting to
it Farband Cultural Cen-
" B42 Washington ave.
Zev Haumgold, of New York,
executive secretary of the Labor
UJA Department, will be
speaker.
Book Month Will
Be Marked Here
Three public meetings have been
planned to celebrate Jewish Book
Month in the community, accord-
ing to announcement by Al Sher-
man, chairman of the Book Month
committee of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
First meeting will be held on
Monday evening, Nov. 26. at Beth
Torah Congregation, in cooperation
with the PTA and Men's Club of
Beth Torah.
Theme of the program will be
"Changing Image of the Jew in
Modern Fiction" Panel speak-
ers will be Leo Mindlin, executive
editor of The Jewish Floridian,
and Mrs. Hilary Mindlin, his wife,
book editor of The Jewish Flor-
idian. A special book fair will
be arranged with the cooperation
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
Second meeting will be held on
Monday evening, Dee. 3. at the
Oceanfront Auditorium. 10th st.
ai 'I Ocean dr Theme will be
'Tin- Shti tl,' dealing with the cul-
oi the villages of Eastern
l irope
\ -|.. cial film, The Ghetto Pil-
low ," portraying the panorama of
shtetl lit'', births weddings, syna-
gogues, courtships and holidays of
daily life, through the paintings of
the Jewish artist, Samuel Roth-
bort, will be shown. The paintings
v ill be on display .a a special art
exhibit at Templt Beth Sholom,
] eginning Dec. 9.
The program till also include
readings from Shtetl literature by
Mrs. Alfred Stone and a discussion
oi the literature of the ghetto by
Marim Kurman. former instructor
at the Bureau's College of Jewish
Studies
The program will be repeated on
Wednesday, Dec. 5th, 8:30 p.m. at
Temple Menorah.
Cholesterol conscious connois-
seurs will be "heartened" by what
I've just learned from Cardiolog-
ist David A. Nathan, former
chairman ol Mi. Sinai Hospital's
Department ol Medicine.
Dr Nathan and Dr. Sol Cen-
ter have spent much of the past
two years experimenting with a
5-oz. gadget called a pacer. This
small, transistorized invention
has been successfully placed in-
side the chests oi five local heart
: atients, using the electrical im-
pulses in their bodies to pump
Mood at a more normal rate than
can be attained from the larger
pacemakers currently in wider
use.
Before you lunge for that rich
chocolate ice cream, keep in mind
that Dr. Nathan still warns
against eating cholesterol-produc-
ing foods.
Next project for the Miami
Beach physician should be some
sorl ol pacer that he can attach
to himself to make his golf shots
more accurate I saw Bobby
Nathan whip his dad on the Bay-
shore course with the ease of a
pro. Dr, Nathan prescribes a bet-
ter alternative: He figures he can
still win golf matches by play-
ing against less talented compe-
tition; so he challenges me.
Y< ung Bobby talks about study-
ing medicine. He should have a
wonderful inspiration in his lath-
er as heart specialists every-
where give increasing attention
to Dr Nathan's research into an
amazing little life-saver smaller
than a door knob.
Simply Abstract
It was a surprise to learn that
the man who wrote such a sim-
ple little ditty like "Shortnin"
Bread" has musical tastes that
are complex and abstract. But
Miami's Jacques Wolfe pleads
guilty.
Not many oi us have ever heard
of his three favorite composer
Austrians Schoenberg, Webern
and Berg. And although Wolfe
admits that the ir music i- dison-
ant and hard to listen to .it first,
he has become imbued with these
masters of modern music and lias
found reward and enjoyment in
their experiment-, with musical
structure.
Wolfe cairn.- his preference for
modern concepts into his hobby,
photography lie has developed
some fascinating abstract photo-
graphs by shooting moving lights
of all colors at night, employing
such techniques as an open shut-
ter and multiple exposures. Quite
a thing for a noted composer
also to be a photographer whose
pictures are frequently exhibited.
In photography, and in music,
some folks say Wolfe is brilliant.
Others say he is "way out." No-
body says he is old-fashioned.
Side-Splitting Problem
When interior designer Bob
Rubinstein decorated Martha
Raye's Miami Beach apartment
in an Early American motif, he-
felt she was stepping out of char-
acter in her demands A home
should reflect the owner's person-
ality," he says.
What about people with split
personalities?" I asked. "They
should live in split-level homes,
he replied.
A 5-year-old bachelor. Rubin-
stein has some serious ideas about
interior design, including a knack
to find fabrics that can withstand
Florida's semi-tropical climate.
He admits with a grin that he of-
ten finds such fabrics in Cali-
fornia.
EIGHTEENTH ANNIVERSARY
ABE GEFTER'S KOSHER OPERATION ON MIAMI
BEACH
THANKSGIVING
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THURSDAY
NOVEMBER ::
1962
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Beth Sholom Sets
Adult Institute
An exhibition of drawings and
graphics by five local artists will
be on display at Temple Beth Shol-
om art gallery from Nov. 22 through
Dec. 9. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday to Friday
On loan from the Village Corner
Gallery, managed by Laurence
Donovan, artists represented are
Benjamin Rubin, Lois Lazarus,
Millicent Asher. Muriel Turoff.
and Gertrude Antal
Mrs. David Drucker is director
of the Beth Sholom gallery.
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MD to Discuss
Atomic Tensions
Dr. Irwin S. Jacobs, instructor
oi psychiatry at the University of
Miami school of medicine, will be
guest speaker at a meeting of
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami on
Tuesday evening.
President of the Greater Miami
Society ol Psychiatry and Neurol-
ogy, Dr. Jacobs also serves as
medical director of the Masonic
Children's Center, and is a mem-
ber of the board of directors of the
Mental Health Society.
His topic will be "Tension in this
Atomic Age."
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Friday. November 16. 1962
Temple Adath Yeshurun Opens $90,0001
Campaign to Complete Facilities Here \
Temple Adath Yeshurun. 1025
NE Miami Gardens dr.. No. Miami
Beach. is initiating a S90.000 cam-
paign to complete its sanctuary
and school and pay oil some exist-
ing mortgages on its present build-
ing.
Chairman of the campaign. Abra-
ham Kessler. second vice presi-
dent of the congregation, announ-
ced the new fund drive.
The congregation contracted for
the purchase of the building and
the three acres of land on which
ii stands in the summer of 1961.
Originally intended as a hospital.
.iimp repairs were made to modify
the building for use as a syna
gogue and school The synagogue
accommodates 1.200 worshippers,
and the classrooms more than 300
children.
Joseph Liedman, first vice pres
ident. and acting president, de
clared at a general membership
meeting of the congregation last
Tuesday that "the need to com
plete the construction of our build-
ing has become urgent. The com-
munity is expanding by leaps and
bounds, More and more people
are moving into the area. These
people are looking to us for lead-
ership in providing adequate fa-
lies for the religious needs of
The total Jewish community."
Israeli Group
Member Affair
Israeli group of Hadassah will
hold a membership bruncheon ami
. ard party at the Bel Aire hotel on
Monday noon.
New members will be guests of
he organization. In charge of
reservations is Mrs. Esther Mey-
er, 900 West ave.. Miami Beach.
Congregation* Sisterhood, and
Men's flub are jointly sponsorin
a testimonial dinner in honor of
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritua'
leader of Adath Yeshurun. on Sat
urday night. Dec. 8. at the Carillon
hotel Mrs. Daniel Bimberg and
Martin Grossman are co-chairmen
of the dinner.
Campalpm rommlttee Includ*
horvraw chairmen, WHIIam Alter.
X.li.lf Mitchell. Charles Rnenht re,
Morrl* Share; jenernl chairmen,
vi.: ah in Ki -- r, Slam y Blndler,
lerome i"ell, Bernard lvvy, Lewi*
:..-w. Joneph l.ledman, M*\ M-y-w
i. ,m. <"h.,rU- Sm Ice rhnlrmen, Morris Pohrn, Jmmii
Llnet, Stanlej itolden, Sorman riuM
William Sehanti, Jai nh Srhn n-
'.-lil Donald sin ii. Oharle* 11 !:--
Mfl.ld.
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<:,. ,tr Kin In rg, William Hi
k.-i.i. Alice Levy, William
Man i.- mard Snyderman. Shirley
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Ell Andron, Stanl'> l- '
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riedman, Harold r.inohi B, w llli.'in
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i. i. i < ",i affin in. Leo Hci
it K Iwarti Jaff" Adolph Kahn. vi
Kane, Ji Katl, Stanlej Kaplan.
Murray Kaufmann.
M K iHch, .- ).....' !' I'
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vit.. Vlati Mori Is,
M ri Is. Jullen Sai in.
monil Nadlrr, Herbert I'arker,
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Bidones Back
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Victor and Ann Bidone have just
returned from abroad, where Ihey
gathered new ideas and recipes lor
their De Continental restaurant,
opening for another season Nov 21.
While in Italy, the restaurateurs
spent time in Montecatini, where
they met many Miaminns at the La
Pace hotel. The Bidones were
hosts at a cocktail party given at
the hotel
Elio Pancioli, of the Tamcnci.
entertained the Bidones. Pancioli
expects to visit Miami Beach this
season, when the Bidones will re-
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taining him at their De Continental. Starting Dec. 22.
-----------------------The Waldman
FRENCH MOVIE BEAUTY DUE: Darryl Zamick the new presi-
dent of Twentieth Century Fox Pictures, not only is taking bows for
vhat hss hepn heralded as one of the ypar s best films." but is also
being back-patted for his lovely new cinema find." Inna Demirh.
The ubiquitous movie executive, seeking a new h milliae f*ee for
his blockbuster" cinema special. "The Longest Day." -potted Mile.
Demich parading among the Dior models during a fashion show in
Paris of course.
The movie, which will have its Southern premier* at the Lincoln
Theatre on Wednesday, Ncv. 21, will be shown on a reserved leaf
policy, twice daily. The Hebrew Academy PTA is sponsori.-^j the
opening night.
Bill Glick is handling group -ales foi the mammoth and thrilling
account ol D-Day, v hen the landing at Normandy creal d many poril-
tua hours for the allied cause. Any civic, social, or n lit urns organiza-
tion may contact Glick at JE 4-2139 for special theatre parties, at
varying discounts.
By the way, exotic lrina Demich will be in Mian beach for one
.veek."starting next Saturday, to meet the press and appear .r the
premiere of "The Longest Day.*'
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ALONG HOTEL ROW: Doral Country Club had that topotlie-
look when l visited there last weekend. The i I and Wui
18-
hOle courses were jammed with tourists. The lawn fronting the club-
louse and overlooking the golf courses was dotted
vives of golfers. If Doral is any
indication of thim -1 scome hotel-
wise this winter, the portents are mighty good for ( and all Evi-
dently, word has gene around the nation that Doral fing pleasures
are manifold and magnificent.
Its good news from th- Diplomat's courier. Do- Cuddy, orient
ths line uo of stars for the forthcoming season. Comic Jack E. Leon-
ard and singer Dion start the weekly parade of headtmers on Oec.
19 in the Cafe Cristal. In the following weeks, you'li ste and nejoy
there: Shelley Berman, Joarie Sommers, Eartha Kitt ,ackie M.son,
Damita Jo, Peggy Lee, Buddy Hackett. Steve Lawrence and Eydie
Gorme, Gordon and Sheila MacRae and Bob Newhart.
The Tack room will feature popular Pupi Cami ml his
Wometco Slates
Classic Films
Greta Garbo and Fredric March
are co-stars of "Anna Karenina,"
;:rt iilm classic which opened at
Wometco's N'ormany Theatre on
Wednesday.
Now held over at the Mayfair
and Sunset Theatres is "Waltz of
the Toreadors," featuring Peter
Sellers.
Friday and Saturday, at the
Parkway Art Theatre, will be
presented the Academy Award-
winning films, "Black Orpheus"
in color and "Bicycle Thief."
The double bill follows the Wed-
nesday and Thursday performances
this week of 'Richard III." star-
hotel is featuring a kosher Thanksgiving dinner,
full course, in grand style Suggest yen start making reservations
today because seating is limited, and you won't war.'. I tiss the holi-
day dinner.
The Balmoral hotel this winter is providing goKit i piests th isi
if North Dade Country Club at no cnargc, PGA memtx Joe Albani -.
again will instruct at the hotel's putting gre< vmg rat
Local folk, and many are the ones I know, have made the Algiers
their party headquarters. Excellent catering facilities are provided
for all occasions, large or small.
The Deauville st;irt- the season on Dec. 21, with I r1 Caaanova
room show featuring Myron Cohen and Juliet Prows* And peeking
past them, look what- in store for entertainment seekers there: Ethel
Merman. Bobby Darin. Mitzi Gaynor, Frank Sinatra. Dean Martin
to name a few. Morns Lansburgh is going all out tin- season, and the
public will benefit. Localites are enjoying the bands 't Chica and his
Latin orchestra, plus Bobby Fields" Trio in the Musketeer room nitely.
Abe defter announces a full course kosher Thanksgiving dinner, to
be served at his Cromwell hotel. He suggests you mi < reservations
early. Orchestra and flour show are included in the S5 tab.
* *
FILMS AND FOOTLIGHTS: Weekend fare at tin Carib. Miami
ring Sir Laurence Olivier and John Miracle and 163rd St, Theatres, "The Cabinet of Dr Caligari." siis-
Gielgud.
"El Cid," historical color film
spectacular, opens next Wednesday
on a continuous run basis at Wo-
metco's Rosetta, Tower. Boulevard
Drive In. Coral Way Drive In, and
North Andrews Drive In at Ft. Lau-
derdale,
penseful and exciting, with Glynis Johns among the periormeia
One of Greta Garbo's best performances is given in "Anna Karen-
ina." a revival at the Normandie "Waltz of the Toreadors." the Peter
Sellers hit. continues at Sunset and Mayfair.
Alan Sherr, who brought Judy Garland to Miami Beach, is re-
sponsible for another great entertainment treat coming to town.
The Limelighters, who appear Saturday ni.ght at 8:30 at Dade County
Beth Kodesh
Elects Officers
At the annual election of officers
and board members for Beth Ko-
desh Congregation last Wednesday
, evening, Irving Jacobson was re-
; elected president.
New officers are: vice presidents,
j Norman Brager, Sam Kotoff, and
I Louis Zimmerman; recording sec-
: retary, Ed Becker; corresponding
'secretary. Mack Libman; financial
secretary, Mrs. Nathan Coulton;
and treasurer, Jack Stone.
Installation ceremony will be
held in the near future.
^^s^v^^s^^^^>^^^^v^^^s>sV
REGISTERED NURSE
WISHES PRIVATE DUTY NURSING
Morning and Evening Shifts. Call be-
tween 8 A.M. and 10 P.M.-UN 6-9980
or 9416 Abbott Avenue, Surfside.
WN^'S^^^^S'^i^sSSVN^V^^V*^^^
REFINED WOMAN
WISHES POSITION
AS COMPANION
to Lady or Gentleman.
Has '61 Oldsmobib Wl 5 3328

Auditorium.
"Send Me No Flowers." the original comedy by Trixie Levin, with
the Temple Emanu-El Players, and staged for the first time last win
ter. has encores coming up Dec. 1. 2 and 3. with public showings at
the Shelborne. The hotel is sponsoring the one on Dec. 2. ami the
Temple's Brotherhood the one on Dec. 3. The Temple Emanu-El Play-
ers are under Fred Stein's leadership.
Manager Lou Fishkin announces the opening of Yiddish-American
stage presentations at the Cinema Theatre, starting Dec. 21. under
the direction of popular Leon Schechter. Comedian Lou Mason and
singer Caroline Carpenter are among the many top performers who
will appear.
"A Taste of Honey" has its Miami stage premiere Saturday eve-
ning. 8:30 p.m., at Studo M Playhouse. 208 Bird rd. Th.s controversial
play, written by an 18-year-old girl, Shelagh Delaney. has enjoyed fan-
tastic successes on the Ix>ndon and New York stages, as well as in the
recently released movie. Ruth Foreman presents Anita Crystal as
Helen. Carolyn Wohl as Jo. Roger Engel as Peter, Clarence Culler as
the Boy, Fred Papia as Geoffrev
* *
AROUND TOWN: Hotelman Walter Jacobs and wife Molly cele-
brated their 25th wedding anniversary at Tony Swett -. with their son
Erie and friends, the Bennett Cerfs.
Marcel Iodice. who can turn a blank wall into a panoramic view
with deft brush strokes, has returned to his position as staff artist at
Miami Springs Villas. His big mural in the Carriage Club depict!
American life during the "Roaring Twenties," whin the Villas was
the Glenn CuTtiss estate.
Triton Terrace dining room is now under the expert management
of Victor Grandowsky.
Philip Weiss, of the Royal Hungarian restaurant. 731 Washington
ave. announces the opening of the popular Beach establishment for
the 17th consecutive season on Thanksgiving Day. Drinks and tradi-
tional delicacies will be "on the house" for the opening.


IOC
November 16. 1962
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Page 15-B
jeaux Arts at Citizens Federal
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
ta'd i*W of finance will Dade county artists, exhibiting over and for dade county.
a month as annual 200 pieces ol art and sculpture. FLR'n 5?634RcBATE
Ail- time approaches at According to David Stuzin. Citi- IN ''' '"
Federal Savings and Loan /ens Federal --- .....
president. "What
: Hialeah.
riday, the grounds around
Federals main office. 400
r will he transformed as
. ciation's three-day clothes-
exhibit and sale gets under result of the overwhelming response
Ml.- ||.\ llll
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started as a single attempt to ac-
inainl our customers and the peo- -1
pie of the area with some of the Estut
wonderful art being created by our
talented local artists, has. as a '" md*
the
'- i lai
NOTICE to creditors
riltor* anil All I 'erson* Hav-
nr I -.ii.iii.I- Against Snld
in. ii.-1-.-1.> notlfli 'l .iihI re-
i i present .mi aim* in i ii- -
which } on mm hvi .. ; ilnxt
f MIHHA K< (Flltl '\V ih -
Cn
from those who attended and
, d bj Hialean Maria Val- hnucht at last years show, turned
ho ii. is and operates her into an annual affair for our asso-
leries in the North Hialeah ciation."
Show hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
da ly. Friday. Saturday, and Sun-
day.
_ Cei ler and t'oconut
the show will feature the
,.rk ; snore than 30 local
OL
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MIME \ RoBRl >\\. il.
Law >rri......f
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suite :'>: Miami
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of l '.'l.. i 'ount} r.....Ii
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ml fl the same in thi i office
thi County Court hoi -. In I mil
la. within v i-uli nil ervi
iln dale of the ii'-i
r of, or ih' same will
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. INCHANC6RY.
No. 62C 11803
SCMANNE griNN,
I'lailltlftt.
1 S.
Aii;r.-r.\ i:ay griNX,
i iffendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I' i \ i'i;rsTA i:ay griXX
1324*. Ti rra Bella
I 'llcotma, 'Rllfomlil
Y..II. Ai'iii'MA kay griXX. are
In i. i>> notlfieil thai .1 Bill !' C01 1-
platnt foi Itivorce has been filed
agalnsi you, ami you are required t"
in of > our Answei or Plend-
111- in thi Bill Complaint on the
I I'laiiiin: .1 lorne}. Herbert H. W'll-
ensky, 317 Blsiayne Bldg Miami S2,
1 lint 11I1 the original Answei
: Pleading in tl.....fflce of the Cli rk
, of the 1 'in nil 1 'ourt on 01 befoi thi
loth il 1-. of 11. mber, 1962. If you
full I- 'in >'. Judgim in by ii- fault
will be taken against )ou lor lit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT 0=^
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. G2C 12256
ROBERT I. MBRZW KILER.
I i. 11. 11 r
M \KI BXK .IE \N ACSTIN
MBRZWEILEH.
11, fendant. >
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in M IRLBNtt JKAN ACSTIN
mi:i:/\\ 1:11.1.1:
. .. Third Sir. 1 1 Bai
StS Third Strei 1
I..i wton, iklahoma
Y.. 1 .Marl. -ii. Jean Ai'-ii'i Herx-
I ,., .,,-. ||, h) notified that a Bill
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h iili burial hi Ml. N< in. Cent, terj
LEGAL NOTICE
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: wo ember ..f tin Mahl
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tw.i A* -. Itiitli Hiirrii niiil
Pura iihI I"" n ran U-'ni-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTITF R> DUBLICAT <->N
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. t;C 12233
III .1 SKY Mil.I i 1.
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SU ^ FOR DIVORCE
ii 1 MAR> 1. Ml 1.1.1:1:
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1 notlfie.l thai Bill '
I .1.. bei n flleil
11.11 and iei| n
. a \..... Answer a Bi.
in. |ii 1 ,.r C..11 1 -:- 1111 on thi
UliilR..) \ \' iKI.i v
\ -I. > Bi lidii it, Miami ".:'.
ulna I \ii-u
NOTICE UNDER
r-CTITiOLS NAME LAW
T**K I- .11 I'.KliY niV'K.N thai
~i. : .i. -iriiiL- tn < nuay. In
' fli-titl n- nanii of
ia 1 K: \i 1 I'AHTS at 1115
1 Ti Ml inii, l'l. -nla
,. ^ said nami m-1ii
of the irvutt Courl I I '.i'li
. run 1 grii'MKN r 1.
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iii! Cnuri in or before the ITili
,l, ,,: 11.. mi. 1962 II you fall
a mi "i i>> di fault ill
In lake n an iin>l > ou fi r the relief
, ilt-mnnded II ihi BUI ol '.....
ihi- nntii n be publlshi .....
. ... h week for I'.ii! ."iiail' weeks
ii. THE JKW ISII 1-1.' iBHHAX.
IMiNE VXIi I'.l 'KBKI' ii Miami,
l-1. rlda, ihi- I mi da} ol Sovembi
\.n ism:
E, B l.K \TIIKI:.MA v.
ii tin I Mil. 1 'aunt} 1 'Ii Iti
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II 16-23-30. 12/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'TI'i: IS HEREBY lilVEX 1l1.1t
thi 11ml. 1 -1 :m I, deslrlns to engage in
ii -in under the fietitloua nai......i
Iteital YeiiillnR Compan) at 116 s.iniii
Went Mli Avenue, Miami. Klorlilu, in-
i.nil- in reitlati'i paid name with the
' 'lerk of the "I ill Court of Doric
. hlorida
I.AZAKI S SKOI.XICK,
Sole 1' in r
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57394-B
I s RE Kstate of
Ri is \ > I'BIXMETZ
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri ditm and All I', mm* Hav-
inu 'lain- ..r I. iiiainl- AKafual Said
Von ui'i hereb) notified and re-
lief ........mil. .1 iii the BI 1 of C
plaint.
1 ni> 111.in-, ahall be publlahi .1
.-a.-li week for foul ronaecutlve w.
in THE JEWISH I I.ORIDIAN.
Hi.N'l-: AXIl IRDERKH 111 .Miami.
I'. Ida, ill 1-1 da) of Xovembi r,
A.D. IH62
E. B, L.EATHERMAX, Clerk,
1 'Ireull 'niiil, I >ti le Cu inty, Plo Ida
i-all It;. C. I' II'CIM.ANI'.
I leputy Clerk
HERBERT B VVILEXSKY
I
IK.
:i
f Cnmplalnt for Divorce haa
filed ngalnal you, and you ai n -
.inlr..I to nerve 1 An-
KI.., Ilnu I.. Hi. Bill hi fotn-
plnlnl "ii 'I" l'l i'1" '' '- '''' r"- >
VIXSI.KE II PERD1E l> 1 i"---
WeBl I lasler Mr- et, M ..mi ''. Flor-
iilii and fill the original Anawer or
" ri,,,,!,.-. in ih.- -.1 ii. 01 thi Clerk ol
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\.'I'li'K IS HEREBY UIVEX thai
the underaluneri, -11 inn !' engage ill
lir-in- >- 11111I1 1 the fii II i"ii- 11-' nn ol
Tnvalee Baker} and Savern'a Tayatee
I Baku.-, al ii-" ffaahlngton Avenue,
.Miami Beaeh Intend* i" reglsti
with the Clerk ol the Clrcull
i'..in 1 ..: I lade 1 'aunt} Florida
.- vVEItX BAKERY COMI'AXY
KOYXER Mini MAXXHEIMEU
Attorney a for Savern Baker) Company
11 2-9-16-2J
Tn'. .1 t.i |in -.in an) claim* tnd di -
in iml* w hii'h ) ou may li la
I In .-1.,!. of ROSA STEINMETZ ile-
ii 1.-..1 lat nf Dude Count), Elorida,
!.. III. Count) Judge* of Dude Couil-
t), and file the name in duplli-ate ind
a- |ii'i.\ 1.teil iii Section 733.16, Kloririn
Statutes, In their office* in the Cotin-
t) >'-. n 1 In.n-e tn Dade County, l'l..r-
i'l.i. \\irliiu .-l\ calendar montha frum
thi tim. ..i the fir-i publication hen -
"f. nr ih. same will be btttretl.
I>nted ai Miami. Florida, thi* 13th
da) November. A n IM2
Itl'TII SI'KYI'.K
A.- Executrix
II \Ki .|.l> A QREENE
Attorne) for Executrix
I'-.l N K I'jMli Street
11 I6-! '.- 10, l'J 7
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NOTCE UNDER
f CTITlOLS NAME LAW
1- RBBY IJIVES
....'. -' ii-iti^ In engaifi III
ndei m'ii- -
'. Ai ti 1 N"l.- t 120 13th
. I: .1I1I .nil.'
1 ". i.| ih- Circuit 1 "iir.
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Ml I.W \Y. INC
.1 lulu mud, I'n
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.Mi In.
16-2 I- Hi. 12 T
NOTICE UNDER
r-CTlTlOLS NAME LAW
: 1.- 11' 1:1:1; V til V UN thai
niring to engagi 1
ll> tt.l'-U- 11 I.....f
RES 1 -'.-" 8.W
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mi Itli thi Clel
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IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 2C 12197
.MAX I'KA.WIm'i. BERRO.
I'biir
1 -
\NA IKIilin.
1 left ndunt.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Ttj ANA r'EKRt*. 601 %\ 136th m.
Apt 24, New York City. N'.V.
YOU, ANA PEItRO, 01 W.st 136th
a irt. '-. New York City,
VY on 1 I ( file your anawer
.. ;'.. 1'i.inplai't for Divorce with the
-1 ibovv '"'in. anil .-erve
, ,-..ni thereof nn.m (lino I' Nii.-r.-tti.
\.'...i.. :- I' Comrresa Bldf Ill
N.B. Slid Avenoe. Miami. Klorida "ii
1- 1..:.... tin 1 rth day of l>- cemU-r,
1*115 -I.....Ill plain I Will la- taken
,- .-..nil --.-.!.
Umeii thin ISth du> "f November.
If2
B. l.K \ P1IER.MAN. Clerk.
1 1. : lade 1 \>unt> Elm Ida
, ,.,li |n : iv M I.YMAN
1'.....\ < 'lerk
1! 16-23-30, IS 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57379-B
IN RE I'-i 1.....f
HENRY VYl l.l
I.....i".I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All frei II and All I'ei aona Hav-
ing Claim* or iH-mand* Agulnal Bald

Vim 1 ..... i : 'i'i re-
l ... ,. iim* ami lle-
i\ Iii. ti >iii ma) havi
. ,.,.i'. ..f HENRY Wnl.l- de-
caf I '...I.- County. KI01 Ida,
1 :
urn In lb- 11
1 ril In I *di
ll in --1 "li "rial
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 12279
THE Wll.l.lA.MMIl ItiJIl
SAVINC.S BANK,
riaintirr,
ARTHUR BOHIl'SKI .IK and
JOSEPHINE S'llll'SICl. hla wife.
1 K.f i-ndant a.
NOTICE OF SUIT
1 1 VKTHCK Si llll'SKl .11: and
JOSEPHINE SCHIP8KI
7 I.. 11. k -1 Avenue
Trenton, Men r.---\
11 :hi- hi ri b) n.'ti: led
ol toned action ha*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 573938
IN RE: Eatate "i"
I 1 il'IH I Y< iNS
"notice to CREDITORS
To ah Creditor* and All Persona Hay-
ing Claim* or Demand* Ajjalnal Said
You'nre hereb) notified and re-
uuired i" preaenl an> claim* and de-
mand* which y.'u may have againat
the eatate of LOUIS LYONS deceaaed
late of Dade county. Florida, t.. the
Cirann .liiilg. of Dade i'i.uih>. and
file the -..in. in their office* in the
County I'miitii".!-' In Dade County,
Florida, within alx calendar montha
1 in the date >( the firm publlcatu
hereof, "r the mm* will be barred.
PAUL KWITNKY. Executor
PAUL KWITNKY. Attorne)
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Y
the
In-
Kiiiui"! agalnet
t-..urt ..f the El
cull of Florida In
i) t.. !.. .-i-io-.- a
fotlun mg dea. rii
thai
I.. 1.
you in iln- Circuit
i.-nili Judicial Ctr-
ail'l f"l I Mile I 'I'llll-
mortcaffe upon the
il real p uperty:
i^.i I, In Block "f 1'ARK.MiKiB
MANOR SUBDIVISION, According
to the Plat ill-1 if, recorded In Plat
Book ".. at Pagi 89, of the Public
Record* of Dade County, Florida.
Yi n. required t.. file your an-
awei plaintiff* complaint with the
Clerk of the aforevald Court, and
..|.\ thereof upon puilntrfra
.hi.....), MARTIN FINE, mu Floor
Dade Federal Bldg., Miami :'.L', PI
Idu 11 1 Inter iii in December 1'. 1 "'-'
. 1 ., 1'. 1.. ri.. 1 '..hi.-. UI be 'ii-
- gull -1 ..-ii
1 i.x PEI' Noven ber 11, 1962
E. II l.K VTHERMAN, Clerk,
cin |t < 'nui'. 1 'a.i. 1 'ount). i'i"' Ida
By: K M I.Y.MAN
lleput) CN rk
MARTIN FINK
A t ti 1
Ifh I
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Plaintiff
I hide Fedi rill Bldg
,orl la
11 1

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 11623
O DELI A T. BAKER,
Plaintiff,
LEO JOSEPH BAKER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LEO JOSEPH BAKER
. .. Mrs. .luhu >>1\ ia
M Poplar Street
Newport, Rhi.de Island
Toil LBO JOSEPH BAKER, are
herehv notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce haa been rUed
againat >ou, ami you arc required to
-.rve a copy of >"ur Answer or
i'i. tdlng I., the inn <>f Complain! on
the Plaintiff* attorney. BTOLAM.and
MUCHNICK. 220-71W Street, Miami
Beach <1. I'l"ii'l' ami file tin orlg-
inal Anawer or Pleading In the office
,,f tin- Clerk "i the Cln-uit Curl ..ii
- tor before the Jrd day of December,
' isms if vou fall In 'I" o, Judgment
b) default "ill be taken again*; you
for the r.lieV demanded in the Bill of
Complaint. ._,, ,
Thi* notice ahall be published on 1
each week for four ''""-l''V,u,,\'v.''-
| 1111: JEWISH l-l.ii UIHAV
DONE ANIi ORDERED al Miami,
F.....da, Uii> '-".'tli "I October,
V R. fi LEATHERM VX, Clerk,
.- .. 1 ,rt, Dadi County, Florida
,.. 1 B) I' COPBLAXD,
lli-lillll I'lelk
II 2-9
Clrcull Courl "ii or liefore the
: THi ,i., ol I II I- ..... H yo
fa|| to dn bo, itidsini nl by default
ll be taken ngi Inal you for the ro-
ll, demanded In the Bill of I "omplalnt.
Thi* notlci ahall be publurtied once
. 1. li week foi fo ii consecutive Wl
In THE JEWISH H.OR1DIAN.
DOXE AXI ORDERED at Miami.
i'i: la. ilii- ISth 'i i) "i N ivembi '.
A D. 1962
!:. I: I EATHERM \N. -
i 'iri-uii '"i i. t lade C ori '.a
Bi .' I' i IPELAXD
l. put) Clerk
VINSLKE K PERD1E
;-_ Weal Flagli eel
13, Ilu Ida
ii is-: '- t
IN THE CiRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O.-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 11787
Tl I El 'I IRE A :' 'I IM \ X.
Plaintiff,
\ *.
BENJAMIN IS''' IVITZ.
I lefendanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
I'. I: BEXJAM1X ISCi .YITZ
sII l Biaca) ii.- li" il' varil
Mini I, Florida
BEX.1AMIX ISCOVITZ
I'n Box S9.'i
Miami !. Plorlria
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i -uii Iii- been brought .n-.>mi you
by THEtlDORE A UOOUMAN, to
n I..-, n mortgngi on that certain
propert) more particularly deacrlbetf
ua:
Trait numbered 239 ill K-ctlon "A
nf the Nbdlyiaion B1SCAYNB <;.\R.
DENS according to the plat there-
,.f recorded In Plat Book 40, Page
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Page 2-B 't'Jeniti' floridNtifi Friday. November 1G. lgg-; 'Gay Nineties 1 Due at Zamora Hostesses who will greet guests and members of Technion at their annual banquet Nov. 28 at the Fcntaineblecu hotel are at a final renearsal session here. Left to right are Mr*. Leo Rutftein. Mrs. Leonard Zilberf, Nan Cohen, Mrs. Rueben Porter, Mrs. Jack Katzman end Mrs. Charles Julius. Zelditch Speaks To Agency Execs MornZelditch, director of community studies tor the Council <>l Jewi?h Federations and Welfare Funds, and chairman nt the social welfare section of the Gerontologj Society which met l>>r its annual conference at Miami Heath this week, addressed executiveof the Greater Miami Jewish Fe eration Mrs. Sylvia Meyers will be honored at a luncheon given by Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi Women on Monday. Rabbi Jonah Caplan, of Adath Yeshurun, will be guest speaker. Mrs. L. Lustig is chairman of luncheon to be held at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Temple Menorah ORT Sabbath Late Friday evening services at Temple Menorah will be dedicated to Women's American ORT. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will preach on "A Job Well Done." Representing ORT will be Mesdames Mark Cirlin, Morris Lipp, J. A. Greenhouse, Leo Gross and Donaid Blechman. Cantor Edward Klein will chant the liturgical portion, assisted by the Temple choir under the direction of F.li Samuels. Islander chapter of ORT will host the One Shabbat following services Member Desert Tuesday Noon Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a memberbring-a-member desert luncheon on Tuesday noon at the Deauvllle hotel. Mrs. Leone Gerstenfield, president, of 6U34 Indian Creek dr.. will bring greetings. Members who briny in new members will be gOBSts ot the chapter at the luncheon. and its agencies on community problems ranging from the care ol emotionally-disturbed children t> the care and responsibilitj for the aged One < t tin programs discussed by Zelditch and Federation Agencv executives here was a report lor the creation of a group foster home to study the problems of emotionally-disturbed children In discussing the internal services provided by the Jewish Home for the Aged here. Zelditch outlined new method* ot serving the increasing needs of the aged. These included non-institutional projects such as private apartment house residences, with special facilities tor the aged, and increased vocational workshops for the elder1> Zelditch also suggested a homemaker service for the aged, involving assistance in shopping, preparing meals, light housekeeping and practical nursing care. "Gay Nineties Night" sponsored b) Temple Zamora Sisterhood on t iniirtlur Bight mil Huluti*.* silent film, sextet of singing waiters and an old-fashioned sing with Mrs, Shiela Steinberg at the piano. A skit featuring Merman Douglas as a Keystone cop will be presented. Members of the sextet are %  Hurry Pines Joe Kwart. t'y Spector. Billy Leavitt, Joel Cohen and Sam Miller Chairman of the evening is Mrs. Harriett Spector Serving on the committee with her are Mrs. Ruth Beth Israel Membership Tea Beth Israel Sisterhood will hold its annual membership tea Tueslaj noon at the home of Mrs. Milton Weisenberg, 530 Lakeview dr. Miami Beach Guesl >pe.ikei will he Mrs, Abraham Levitan attorney ami educa.1 chairman for Ml Scopus group "i Hadassah. A >kit. .'. Ch.nice Meeting." w ill also be featured under the dirc lion "i MiFrank Fine Cast indudeMrs Gerald Greenberg, Mrs Murra) Weinman, and Mrs i. rr) Schechter Membership chairman is Mrs Maurice Goldring. Mis Alexander Moscovits is president, Sisterhood Sets Nov. 19 Dinner Joseph Molien, president of the Temple Beth Am Brotherhood, announces planhave been completed tor a monthlv dinner to be held in the form of a father-child affair on Nov. 19 at 6:30 p.m. Arthur JacOwitZ, chairman, will he assisted by Robert Wolk and Mike Schaeffer There will be special prizes for the oldest son, oldest daughter, twins, and most adopted children. Community singim; will be led by Banjo Billy and Captain Jack of ch. 10. If you like KREPLACH ^CHEESE Ravioli •N SAUCE „ heatneatl You'll love MEATLESS CHEF BOY-AR DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tendsr little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered srith savory tomato sauce and Cheese... seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier snd easier than the frozen kind. 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r age 6-B •>kH/#?/Xrri W*f Friday, November 16 ^ 95: Rabbi Mordecai Podet (riqht), spiritral leaaer ci i emote "udea, receives a citation from the Commission of Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board "in qrate:ul recognition of his completion of ten years of service" as a chaplain in the U.S. Armed Forces. Presentation was made oy Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the Greater Micmi Armed Services Committee, at Temple Judea last Friday evening. Rabbi Podet is a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Naval Reserve. 'Membership Day 1 For AJCongress Mrs. Seymour Silverman was to chairman for "Membership Hay" of the Florida Women's Diision of the American Jewish Conress, following a fashion show and inchoon on Thursday. 1 p.m.. at ie Carillon hotel. Naomi Hadassah Auction Naomi group of Hadassah is hav. •g an auction night Saturday. 8 m, at the Hillel House on (he ampus of the University of Miami. 11 funds raised will go to Youth • liyr.h. NEWI WILNO KOSHER SALAMI 1 ^VTJlLMO WKOSHER fiUOEDQALAM! All pure bee* Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 This is where a lasting friendship begins... with your first taste of Dromedam DATE-NUT ROLL J made with crisp, chunky walnuts and the world's choicest dates! Tie on the label means it's kosher Also enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE NUT ORANGE NUT I BANANA NUT ROLL At grocers everywhere ^S o c i a lite ... sjsabel C/rove Mrs. Benjamin Kamon. national vice president of the Women's Division, was to bring Greetings from the organization, and present guest speaker. Mrs. David Smith. A member of the Women's Division national executive committee, national board, and the governing council and metropolitan council. Mrs. Smith is serving a second term as president of the Manhattan's Women's division, AJC. Highlight of the afternoon was to be a fashion show by Jordan Marsh, with Miss Eleanore Gumby, fashion coordinator, as commentator. Mrs. David Muskal is membership chairman, and Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. president of. the Florida Women's Division, was to preside at the affair. Continued from Page 1-B an enjoying the company <>f daughter Eili i n and her husband. Charles Boneparth, now living in Ce arhurst with two daughters ol Iheir own, as well as a son A surprise birthdaj party for Ruth (Mrs. Charles) Jacobson List Fridaj hosted bj the Harrj Linskys at their home. 1160 103rd ..l. Lots "I impromptu fun with Mr and Mrs. Kick Richards. Mr> Hilda Greenberg and daughter Joan Lola I'herson wearing a lovely new titian wig matching her own red locks perfectly. Miss Diane Marks, bride-elect of Ed Mo.-s. honored by three of her aunts at a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Sam (Anne' Marks. 5505 SW 63rd ave. ...Cohostesses were Mrs. Paul (Lynn) Marks and Mrs. Ben (Evelyn) Clme Among the guests were her mother. Mrs. Isadore (Myrtle) Marks, the prospective bridegroom's mother and sister. Hannah and Dorothy Moss, and grandmother ol Dume, Mrs. Dave (Ray) Goldberg Other guests. also aunts, were Mrs. Herman (Shirley i Marks. Mrs Stanley (Irene I Marks. Mrs. E U gene I Louise i Marks. Mrs Pearl Kahn. Mrs Moses Mondul. and Mrs. David Mondul The betrothed couple will exchange nuptial vows at Temple Beth Am on Saturday, Dec. 15. Shopping for "pretties" instead ol sturdies" Ernie (.Mrs Joseph) Klein, mother ol rwo sons, enjo) ing ever) moment with future daughter-in-law Marcia Freeman Daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Lou Freeman, the pretty brunette and Leslie Klein are planning a late January merger in pituburgh tor a Nov. 23 wedding is Franco (Mrs. Samuel Beckerman, Oi Miami Beach Son Kenneth will exchange vows there with Diane, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Herbert White Del (Mrs. Raymond i Rubin, vivacious president of the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, flew up to New York last Friday as her Section > delegate to the IN Assembly Institute Council IN the only women's organization with an official observer at the IN Also during her five-day stay. Del will participate in a national committee ot public affairs meeting and discussion Ol current events Alter an extended cruise to the Far East, from which Mr. and Mrs Leon J. F.ll returned late in October. Leon, who is president of the -INF Council here, flew to Israel to participate in the dedication of Me Ami. our sister city there The entire ceremony was filmed by NBC and will' be shown Nov. 23. 7:30 to 9 a.m.. on the Today show Officiating at the dedication was Dr Irving I o, T pie FinanuF.I Lehcman are certain i an experience "we shall never (orgel The trip A as a unwind of activity ior then they wen "thrilled beyond words with the progie^ since our last visit" Helen Alpert recuperating hen from surgery performed at Mercy Hospital New, director and retirement consultant at Uhigh Acres, her many row friend) there kept the mailmen bus; hvering batches ot get-well cards | and flowers. Seen strolling the Lincoln Mall I —Daniel and Gladys Dubbin, win son F.rnest Another couple arm-and-arniing it along the love-1 ly walk. Gus-sie and G | pert On Allison Island, Joan are I Stanley Levine held their annul opera musical Sunday on behaB of Dr. Paul Csonka and the Dale I Youth Opera Members of th| cast of Mozart's "Magic Flute sang tantalising excerpts froil the opera to be given Nov. Si Hade County Auditorium Tkl project is sponsored b> the Mini Opera Guild, headed l>> Dr At-1 turo di Filippi, who with Mr| was among the almost 1U0 guesfcl attending the musicale Ti, Levines have long bi n openl buffs, and in addition. J concert pianist and teachei i| the Fire Arts Conservatory M8S. MILTON GttfN Fashion Writer To be Speaker Second annual mother-daughter luncheon sponsored by Temple Zion Sisterhood will be held on Sunday, \i>\. 25, at l p.in Entertainment will feature I "Recipe on Charm bj Edith Zipp, fashion columnist of The JewPioneer Women To Honor Leader Mrs Joseph KrantZ, president of Greater Miami's oldest Pioneer Women'.Club, has announced that Club 1 will honor Council president, Mrs Milton Green, at a testimonial dinner Sunday. 6 p.m.. at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. 731 Washington ave. Mrs Leah Notkin is sponsor of the affair, which is being chaired by Mrs Leo Goldman, vice president ot Council, and member of the national board. Mrs Jennie Seitlin will give the ln\ i cation. R bbi Max Shapiro, ol Beth Kodesh Congregation, will be guest speaker, and a musical program Will be presented 1)> Mrs Chaie Kowalskj All proceeds ol the dinner are earmarked for Child-Rescue in Israel Well known for her work with local social service groups, Mrs. Green is vice president of the South Florida Zionist Council. serves on the hoard ot Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is leader of a Brownie Scout troop in Coral Gables. i>li Floridian, with music !> %  • Lar rj Blue TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit ii this fine tea..."flavor crushed* for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and plea* ore with your fleishigs ind milchigs and between mesi refrcshrr.ent ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE It is your protection against imitations-your guarantee of excellence in flavor, texture ana quality. 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Pago 10-A +Je*i$t tkrMkun Friday. November 16. lgjw Toward 1964 By MAX LERNER The TV fellows kept talking about "cliff-hanger" contests, yet there was a sweet assurance about watching the TV screen. For it has introduced a new dimension into American politic Behind the scenes and the screens are the delicately poised moltStar machines which act like an It. (i. Welltune machine and move jauntily into a future thev have already anticipated and expend ed The cliff-hanger contest I watched most intently was the one between the "Profile Analysis" on CBS and the "Decision Desk" oi NBC. ihe ease with which they disposed of the political destinies ol the^hapless candidates, "declaring" one or the other elected or deleate made me wonder why the candidates need ever bother to run in the future In 1964, why not let President Kennedy and his opponent turn the race over to the two machine worthies, who can dispense with the election itself, and toss a coin about which of them will -declare" the winning candidate elect..:" • • • Yet whin it comes to tracing a pattern in the election* throughout the nation, the machines didn't help much. What do you make ol Vermont and New Hampshire going Democratic and of the Republicans picking up Congressional votes in the South, except the human perversity of voters who don't like to be taken lor grained? What do you think of the .Midwest and liocky Mountain anawhere ?verv .state seemed to have its own individual scramble, with a number (if upset victories going to the Republicans and some to the Democrats.' Only that America in the mid-term of the Kennedy Presidency has chosen to vote neither tor nor against tin New Frontier and npolicies. but only lor or againparticular personalities who asked for the suffrage of the voters in particular contexts. • • • The 1962 election is no comfort to the Republicans, who had great hopetor winning a juicy bloc ol -eats in the House, and must now tae< the bitter prospect ol an unchanged llou.-e and a Senate in which their position is poorer than it was Yet while it breaks mid-term prece, Q| the party strength Ol the Democrats largely unchanged, it shows no swing among the voterto give the President the working majoritj he asked for. on behalf of New Frontier measures The verdict ol the voters, I suspect, is that the force.loose in the world are too overwhelming for anj political ideology—New Frontier, liberal Republican or radical right—to cope with. SO why not take a hard look the men themselves and let that decide? The dramatic racewere, of course, those centering around the three or tour potential Republican candidates tor the 1964 Presidential r 'innation The elimination id Nixon haput an end to a political career whose last phase was a good real less than glorious. But lt<" ke feller's New York victorj was too thin to give him much further thrust into the Presidential future. The Morgenthau candidacy, weak ait was. may well have put a crimp into another Presidential hope, especially when the Rockefeller margin is compared not only with hilast one but also with the much larger Javits margin • • • Scranton in Pennsylvania and Romney in Michigan are the two new Republican figures who have pushed into the trout ol the race Of the two my present bets are on Romney, who -tnkes me as far ihe more vigorous and dramatic personality, with many traits reminiscent ! the nation Yet if the New York election shows anything it -howthat Rockefeller's attempted canniness in runr int. Instate campaign so a.not to hurt hi.national chances was a mistake It hi is to get thi imii rid with it a chance to race Kennedy, hemust do it r.ot by wariness I ut bj bol SEE HUNDREDS OF EXCITING EXHIBITS %  % %  SBUBS mwm* %  MB %  IT'S %  £- %  ALL ma F ** % %  _R__ E # %  •* % % %  la!!"^ 1 !" E %  IK S1HIVV1 HOME IUILOII3 ASSOCIATION ol SOUTH FLORIDA Ml MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL NOVEMBER 22-27, 1962 INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Half Bushel MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED GONDED-iNSUSrO-GJARANTEED ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. F9 4-9710 FR 4-73 $5 FREE ORANGP JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE %  A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY Warns Against Feeble' Zionism Continued from Page 1 A any other free country as they wished. 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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY olume 35 —..Number 46 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 16, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* Zionism Without Religion Feeble, Kirshblum Says \ FIELD PARK. NY. — Rabbi Mordecai Kirshpresident of Mizrachi-Hapocl ..rachi. the Religious Zionists merica. called on Orthodox agues and rabbis this week "to become active affiliates" of religious Zionist movement. Deli -ring his presidential adto 600 delegates at the ornation's annual convention! Irc be said that "the very sur-', i:val" of Zionism in the United tea WSJ linked with a revitalizj religious Zionist movement.' Without the 'deep religious values" Lionel Judaism, he asserted, i Zionism i-. a feeble, inane and TIJ: phenomenom." He added philanthropy and Hebrew. ii d not cement "a more pormalink" between American and %  ii Jews, and called tor ties -i-d en Jewish spiritual values • i religious precepts. The Zionist leader also urged that the Soviet Union should heed the suggestion of the Australian delegation to the United Nations voiced in the UN General Assembly U.st week, that the USSR should either restore full spiritual, cultural and legal rights to the 3,100,000 Russian Jews or allow Niem to emigrate to Israel or Continued on Page 10-A 'MISSED THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME' Destroy Israel -Hussein RABBI MORDECAI KIRSHBLUM LONDON — (JTA) — King Hussein, of Jordan, told the Arab world, in a radic broadcast monitored here, that he was sorry the Arabs missed "the chance of a lifetime" to destroy Israel while the rest of the world was embroiled in the Cuban csisis. Declaring that "many of us used to say that progress in the Palestine Question could not be made until a suitable situation arose," Hussein stated: "The suitable world situation came with this crisis." He blamed the tactics of Egypt's President Gamal Ab.'el Nasser and other intra-Arab rivalries for missing this opportunity "to recover the right to our usurped land," and said Jordan "could have been the nation" to make such "recovery." JFK Aide Advises Israel Forget Peace Talks Now TEL AVIV — (JTA) — White House aide Myer Feldman left Israel this week after a five-day visit during which he conferred with key Israeli officials and reportedly urged them to drop any plans for renewing at the current United Nations General Assembly a proposal for direct Israel-Arab peace talks. The White House aide insisted at the airport, however, that "this was purely a private visit" and that his talks with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Foreign Minister Golds Meir. "were informal." He said the talks "did not touch on missiles, refugees or direct peace talk problems."' Despite the airport statement, it was learned that, during his informal talks with Weiimann Institute personalities and other Israeli statesmen, Mr. Feldman had expressed the view that, in view cf the Cuban crisis and such internal American affairs as the integration struggle in Mississippi and the Congressional elections, the time was r.ot ripe for direct peace talks at the UN. It was also reported that he said that the White House understood Israel's fears concerning the Arab refugee problem. Just prior to his departure. Mr. Iman met with Finance Minister Levi Kshkol. The two men reportedly discussed various aspects ui financing the purchase of Hawk supersonic anti aircraft missiles, which the United States has agreed to sell to Israel. It had been reported previously o Rwsevelt^iciow of the late warthat the United States had decided She died here last week at the to assist Israel with the financial problems of such purchases. EMANUcL CELLER AND ABRAHAM RIBICOFF they were easy winners LEADERS IN CONDOLENCES Jews Throughout World Mourn Passing of Eleanor Roosevelt NEW YORK — (JTA) — Jews throughout the world deeply mourned Jewish Candidates Fare Well In Race for House and Senate me President of the United States. ige of 78. Jews cited, among her other hievements, her leadership in the I ruted Nations where, as a U.S. • >;ate and chairman of the HumRights Commission, she was the .1 metpal proponent of the UniverDeclaration of Human Rights; 1 T advocacy of Israel's cause since to Israels admission to UN mbership; and her sponsorship B wide variety of Jewish and. •n Jewish organizations in the I man right-, and anti discriminai n fields. From Israel came messages of condolence from that country's leading personalities, including resident lihak Ben-Zvi, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and foreign Minister Golda Meir. President Ben-Zvi noted his "deep regret and shock," stressing Mrs. Roosevelt's "constant devotion to i.nderstanc'ir.g among peoples and nations, and particularly her personal friendship and devotion to Israel." Mr Ben-Gurion referred to her mque contribution to democratic i .in values." Mrs. Meir stated: saw her as the greatest woman the world, she never hesitated 1 i come out f. r a cause • le i ill v IS nd she never had any difficulty in making a decision between what was right ami what i as expedient." At the United Nations. Israel's Continued on Page_ 3.-A FRENCH WELFARE PRESSED WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The American electorate sent three Jews to the United States Senate and renamed nine other Jews to the House of Representatives in the midterm elections after political campaigns largely free of attempts to use appeals on racial or religious lines. Survey Shows Algeria Jews Facing Mounting Problems „...._ .. .... inciuoen ugueu n. neiu. The Jewish Senators in the 88th Republicani who serve d ongress will be Jacob K. Javits, (o 1%1 as v s Ambass PARIS — (JTA> — The annual rise of joblessness in France in the' winter, and the Algerian decree nationalizing property there abandoned bv fleeing Kuropeans. has considerably worsened the already difficult situation for the estimated nio.ooi) Algerian Jewish refugees in France, it was reported here this week by the Fonds Social .hut 11 ifie, the major French Jewi.-h welfare agency. The agency reported that the number of welfare cases already reported, as well as the number ot i and inadequately housed refugees, had risen considerably in, recent months, and would continue to increase during the comim ter The annual rise in unemployment has bit hard at refugees whose small savings or government grants hflve been exhausted, and who are unable to find work or other means of support. Refugees who had hoped to sell or rent businesses or homes in Algeria have found that possibility blocked by the Algerian decree. T he FSJU has accelerated a fund-raising campaign to provide some of the families in most serious difficulties with the immediate necessities of life. Chief Rabbi Jacob Kaplan of Continued on Page 5-A Con of New York, a Republican, who was reelectod to a second term by a majority exceeding a million; Ernest Gruening. of Alaska, a Democrat, who was reelected to a full six-year term; and Abraham A. Ribicoff, Connecticut Democrat. All Jewish incumbents seeking return to the House were reelected. Only one. Rep. Seymour Halpern, New York, is a Republican. Other New York Congressmen reelected were Representatives martuel Celler, sent back for his 21st consecutive term, Leonard Farbstein, Abraham Multer, Jacob H. Gilbert, and Benjamin S. Rosenthal. Rep. Samuel Friedel was reelected in Maryland; Herman Toll in Pennsylvania; and Charles S. Joelson, in New Jersey. A number of new legislators of Jewish interest were elected. They included Ogden R. Reid, New York from 1959 ador to Israel; and Claude Pepper. Florida Democrat, who won a House seat. He had previously served in the Senate, and became known as a leading advocate of Jewish and Zionist causes. There was only one Jewish candidate in the 35 gubernatorial elections. He is Robert M. Morgenthan, a Democrat, who was defeated by Gov. Nelson Rockefeller in New York A surprise of the NewYork elections was the smashing victory of Arthur Levitt, the only Continued on P*ge 8-A JOHANNESBURG NEWSPAPER SPEAKS OUT Press Attacks Israel on Apartheid JOHANNESBURG — (JTA) — Die Transvaaler, leading pro-Government daily newspaper, sharply criticized Israel this week for its vi te m the United Nations General Assembly, supporting sanctions against South Africa for pursuing ts apartheid policy \ political column in the daily emphasised the benefits Israel had received from South Africa, including facilitation of heavy financial support from South African Jewry and permission to South African Jews to serve in Israel's defense forces. "For this, South Africa now has received obloquy instead of gratitude." the article added. Die Transvaaler examined the implications of the UN sanctions resolut : on, arc asserted that, if Israel conformed to the draft it supported, it would have to give up its legation here, withdraw El Al Airline flights, and terminate a profitable trade with Sout'/ Africa. The article added: "These are things Israel doubtless considered before showing itself at the United Nations not Co it : nued on Page 6-A



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Friday, November 16. 1962 Lt i<§ n^rMi^n Page 7-E J^jar special message. light of Ihe afternoon will a musical program by the Maude Quartet, with Pierre Mantle, i-i violinist. They will play the ssonanl Quartet in C. b> Mozart. Program chairman is Mrs. Louis ilakovsk) Sunrise Chapter Luncheon Slated The new holiday line by Mister ii ill be shown at a luncheon noon at the Algiers hotel red by the Sunrise chapter \ %  erican Medical Center at %  vi-r nbers "I the chapter will modMrs. Carolyn Praver will be lentator, WOMAN WANTED TO CARE FOR CONVALESCENT PATIENT exchange 'or a Kosher Hoine plus Salary References. Phor.e 4 to 6 P.M. UN 5-0582 VIRGIL A. P0.VZ0U, SR. R li'tered Masseur ( %  v \M-s.iye StadlO •, 2 IS, 1456 Wasf .nglon Avt. By Appointment 532-3768 At yourHrfme, Hotel Motel o' it our Office. LOCKSMITH Member ISIieilSHlO 1910 SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION ON ALL MAKES OF LOCKS Specializing in Automobile Locks We Repair ft Install Thm— WhiU You Wait All Work Guaranteed fORtlGN CAR K€YJ MAOf DMribulcrt Far locksmith Supiliei Wc Stock t *(•" Act i B segments: an analysis of modern theology based on the text, "Man's Best Hope."' by Dr. Roland Gitteisohn; 'The Union Praver Book. its evolution from the traditional Siddur;" and an appreciation study of the new Jewish Publication Society English translation "i the "Five Books of Moses." A course in Hebrew. "An Imaginary Tour of Israel.'' conducted by Mrs. Rebecca Lipson from B I 9 p.m., has been added this yeat Put him in the driver's seat! He has control over his own future if you give him the ucw kind of insurance from Equitable-woir/ It gives him the right to obtain additional protection-every three years from 25 to 40-regardleas 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 AWor Bus. Did FR 1-5691 SIDNEY S. KRAEMER RES. Dial UN 6-1875 SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE • %  (oclated with w L PTARSON AGENCY 245 S.E. 1st STREET —SUITE 220 MIAMI 32, FLORIDA



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November 16. 1962 9>Je*Utncricfiaw Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER CT.TIOUS NAME LAW I|S IfKRsfifTY I'.IVKN that ,i.... nilo .i gage In : In(Si lltlou* num.of i\.\ at JSUl NW -• T111 i ia., Inti "'It<> register in, the CI. rk o( the I'll III 'ounly, Florida. v KKINM V.N Sole 111 ll-l i: A I:M \N KNOW LBS E OF INTENTIFN TO MAKE CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ^-.0 F.NAL DISCHARGE given thai I have I-' ii..i Id port and ivt liSon (or .mi Final Discharge a* .1 th. estate ul AIV111 ,, .. ,i,,-ad: ami thai .,, n| Novi mber, 1961, ih. Honorable Count) |i„,li i 'ount). Florida, (or 1.1 Final Report and (or iii T 111:. I .ii-. barge as [hi estate o( the ,. .1. nt Tlii18th iln> i. i: I ERDIE i iHtrnint KUDU-: mysMu BY HENRY LEONARD in 26, n : RCUIT COURT Or THE tNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ORiDI IN AND FOR DADE "-OLNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7651 I.I \ MSI'.I Hi : II • K i •• .1 'i >. n slngl. ii' in, i l.or i M n il i. a single .. H'lSK i" l!' 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Intlff* (or iiipurpose o( till* ,,f the plaintiff! In and ipert) Involved, herelnabove • ; Mil: HKRBHT REQUIRES) to %  ip) ,.i \,.ur answer or pie idii AROXOVITZ, SILVER .' 1 %  '": the plalntlffa' attorneys, and original in the offli ( the Circuit Court ol the 'eiith Judicial Circuit In and for i), Florida, on or betori i ..i November, IMS, i" "I which a Dec Pro Conentered agaliwt you and 1 IXI) ORDKREP .it Miami, l loi a, this !Srd da) \ 11 IMI II I.BA'I UKRMAN, ol the Circuit Court i >e.de Count) Florida l' P i il'KI.ANI i'. outy i 'lerk % %  • 11/.. SIIA r.i: and s. tier. tor I'lnintKfa 'Now I see v/hy Rabbi Nubkin calls his a 'free pulpit'." Cop". 1947. Dortey f'o'v<'ioni I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW XOTICK l-~ HEREIIV tHVEN thai the underaigned, ileairlna to engage In i : — 11, — under the flctltloun naim oi %  in:/. /I'INM: at s"n B.W, is Terrai. Miami 3", I loi I la Intend* t" reglxtei said nanu with the Clerk ..f ihi Circuit Corn o( I'.i.i. 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N I. %  N .ib Ml mu Beach, f lorlda ,,,.. ,„, ,,, .. : ., ild name wltlt tile Clerk "f the Circuit Court ol Uade "-'^/ %  RVNA 8NEIDNER a CAROLYN MONDAY ELI \s 30RBN Vtiorni -. for Ryn i Sn< Idner %  %  Carolyn M-ndaj ...w-a •) Ii ni,iiu K Ida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW x. .in -i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  hi undi i-.-ii.il desiring Ui engag. in ln.nn undei the Hi tltioun name • %  St)| I'll !'l.i'l'.U>v AGENCY at 1 • >. II ,s •• -)' %  ::. Miami (1. Morida intend* ., ,i name with the I l< rk ,,f th,circuit Court "f Bade oounl). FRANK DOUOUAS Dole iwner ia :•;. ll J-?-l6 IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT _OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11470 THE I'nl 1-AK SAVINGS BANK i N i :v ^ • IRK "IT\ PI ilntlff, MORM ON EARL VAN OKDE3Rand Kl SIE M V \N • Rl>ER bis wife, and hlRST NATIONAL HANK ,| MIAMI, I .,(.. n,lantH. NOTICE OF SUIT To: NORMAN EARL VAN < n.. > I. and ELSIE M VAN ORUER, ln> w ll'TM Montgomery St. Si ia. ii--. New York Y..„ are hereb) notified that the .| M ive captioned actton has bo,_n instituted waltiHt you inthe circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial < lroui7.,f Morida In I (or Bad. Coun... ,,. ,.,... los. .i mortgage upon the following described real propert) U.t S. Block T.i. ••, %  "•1 ity. f^" !" Addition, accordlns; to the plat theriKil recorded In Plat Book •• • % %  nage Tv Sheet 1. "( the Public re. ,„,i. ,,r Bade County. Florida, toKether with the (ollowlni tern* of Sropertj whkh are located permanent!) inatalled as a part ol the improvementB on said land. a.h. Oarbage I>l*poal PA5MR. OE RefrlgerBtor LW-U, %  : E. fa In Oven and Raiie .!-.. %  and J 507, Venetian Blind* and Travi rse Rode, i 111 Tul. ii. losUI es. %  >..., an required to tn. your ancl.i. "i the aforesaid l nun ana '. a cop) thereof uiwn pla a on" MVKTIN I'lNK. Mi-! Mo ,,..„,.. rvderal Bldg.. Miami -•''.,: Ida, not I.i.i thaii Kovemb. .. i.' .., ., Decree Pro Confesso will b. i n t I igainsl >"" i: U LEATriERMAN ,-;,,„ of the Circuit t ouri taeal) Bs N A HEW El i. Beput) lerk MARTIN FINK Attorne) foi Plaintiff LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10742 iPearion) I 9 CILEASON, JR., as Administrator ..i Wierann Affairs, an Officer of the I'nlted State* "f America, and hi* -HIin HUcb office, an. I hi* or th. Ir i islgnn, Ii tiff. RALPH l MANI I.l\ ami VEDA M VNELLA, liiwife. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO RALPHJ MANELLA andVEBA M VNELLA, liifw He, if living, including an) unknown ipouaee o( i i i.l Be(endant* II the) hav. n i rled, an.I n dead lo their unknown heirk, devisees, grantees, aaalgneeH, • ii -. lU-norn, ti UHteea and all other personi claiming by, through, under or against these Defendants h,.i-. realdencf* ma) be unknown, Yin ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that B ib ha* been bniught agnln*l you b) .1. s tl LEA SON, JR., a* Administrator • •( Veteran* Affairs, an Officer of the I'nlted Btatee o( America, ami in.successors in euch office, and liiin th. ir assigns, in the aboveentitled Court, t" (oreclose a mortgage encumbering the (Olloirtng des, ribed pruuert) to-wll : Lot I, Block IT. of FIRST ADDITloN TII CAROL CITY, accoruing to the plat thereof, recorded In Plot Book ''.". at page l'.i. "i the public records ol Bade County, Florida; and % 'ii are required t" (lie your anewer with tinClerk of the Circuit Court of Da.le t'ounty. Morida, at the Courthouse In Miami, Morida, on or before November -. 1942, and to -:\. copj ol such answer uinm MYERS. IIKI.MAN. KAPLAN and C A T .-• M A N IM.iintlff '.attorneys, who*, uddress Is Kleven-Mfty Building, ll.'ill 8.W. First Street. .Miami 3ii. ,,i, ,,, before said date, as re%  liilred b) the law* o( Morl.la. If you (all to do so, the complaint will be taken .1^ii.ni.--.-,1 by you and a Decree Pro Con(eao "ill be entered against you (or the relief demanded in tii,complaint. DATED tins -itb day of October, I IK'.' l: B. LEATHERMAN Clerk "f th,Circuit Court Dade Count) llorlda ,-. ll By N A HKWKTT, 11. inity Clerk Myers, Helman, Kaplan and Cataman Kl. i.n-lii'iN Building 11.".0 S W l-'iisi Street .Miami 36, Florida in 26, 11/8-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai lib,, undersigned, deslrlne to ens und. %  thi i. ii lous name uf C< 'la i.\Y %  • %  il'KT MI 7 Hl-Tlll So Itb ; Dixie Highway, Coral tiabli -. i | intends to registei said naini with ib. i 'lerk ••! the • "ircull Cm I i,i,i>. Count) i ;..i Ida .an,I S APARTMENTS, INC B) lr\ inn Bllv. r. I'I. A. N. Sohmer, V. I 'i i Tallanoff. Waller and l.itman Attorne) (or s ami s Apart in*-ni-. !..'ii". Lincoln Rl Ml iml It. fn b 11 ^-H-lG-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11811 THE WILLIAMSBrittlll SAVINOS BANK, I 'l.i.iit ii f, WILLIAM J. HtDAN and EDITH 11 ,|i >KI IAN, lii if.-, Ji iHN (' iMI'.Si iN and GIBSON liiwife, if married, an.I GEORGE .1 KREYZANIAK ami KRZYZANIAK hiwife, if murii,l. .HAN KAY AT and JIANA I .WAT bl 1'. ffinlantH. NOTICE OF SUIT Tl I: JOHN C i ,i HSI IN anil tllHSON li wlfi-, If married, KKSII iK.Ni'i: I'NK.NtrtVN, and GEORGE I KRZYZANIAK and KltZYZ \NI \K lii If. n married, RESIDENCE I'NKN'oWX II alive, and II di u I, the unknon n h.n -. del IH.'I-I ',;..-. assign. • -. i. ditorH, trustee* or other %  ii lalmlna b). through, under or ni of the above nanie.l defendant* nlm are deceased V,.ii are her. b) m tlfled that tin ab -v • captli ii" in i Ion ha* been In-i Itut. il against you In the Clr. nil Court of ih. Kleientb Judicial Clr• I loridil in ami for I Hide I •null•.. t,. foreclos, a mortgage upon il" i..ll.. Ina ,l. -. • llu .1 real prop. D I,..in, Bi. k l>>, Cl'TLER RI1K1E, SECTION FIVE, according i" the Plat thereof, recorded In I'lal Bisik ll i ..... u( the I'ul'li. Record* "I Dude County, Morida, tou. Hi. Iwith Venetian Bllndn, Weibill • iven .v Surface Cull No you nri n -11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti Ftcrid/fan solicits your legal notices. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates IHnl I It 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealring lo engage In business under tlm fictitious name ol Mac-Webb Mens Shop and Golden Gate Shop at I'M"" I'ollin.Avenue In Dade County, Florida Intend to registei tin Hlntl name with il"Clerk "f HIi -i'. in Court "i I i.niCounty, Florida. Dated at Miami Beach, Morida, this 22 .l,i\ ol Ictober, I:• %  IRVING WKBERMAN LILLIAN WBBKRMAN K( iVNER .y MANNHE1MER An..; ne> i"f Applicants i" 26, 11'2-9-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. iN PROBATE. No. 54238 B IN RE: Estate of REGINA BRE1TBART Dec. need. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE XOTICK is hereb) given that we have (lied a Final Report and Petition for l dstrlbutlon and f Inal Discharge as Cn-A.lmlnistrators o( the KEGINA BREITBAR l\ d. • ceased: and that on the 3rd day of 11,, -mli-r. Isti2, III appl) to the Honorable Count! Judges o( Dade .'.unity. Morida, (or approval ol aald l nai Reiwrt and (or distribution and final discharge as Co-Administrators oi the .-tatof thi above-naaned decedint. Thii!i".111 day of October, IHB2. p, RI "BERT BREITBART BKRNARD B. BREITBART Kl M i.\R LEWIS', U: II. I Ingl. i Federal Bull II Mi.,.• 32, Florida 11 2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 57582B IN" RE Bstnl MARY A. 'H.N'N Deceased To AII I'I .llu. 'iand All Person* Having Claim* or Demands Against Said Estate Von, and each of you, are hereby notlded and required t" preeeiu any claims and demands which you, or ellhei of you, may have against the -.-!,: %  of MARY A. Gl'NN deceased DAI IE County, Morida, tthe Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file tin same In their ofii,". iii the Count) Courthouse in Da.i. County, Florida, within six calendii months from the date of th. I'nsi publication hereof .-.ml claims ..r demands to contain the legal ad.!.-.-...( ih. clalmanl and to be sworn to ami presented us aforesaid, oi game will be barred. Bated November 5, A.lv li"'.:' \\ WINSTON Gl'NN, 8R As Executor ol the Last Will and Testament ol MARY A, Gl'NN deceased Mrs! publication on November :•. 1962. MARVIN I. WIENER Attoi ne) for Executor '•:. Ain.-I. > Bldg Miami 32, Mn. ll y-lti-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih, undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ih. (Ictltloua names of IJI |.'„-i Hotel, i.a Flora Apartments in.i i.a Morn Motel at 1238 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida Intend ter said names with the Cleric ,.f ib. %  in ill Court "1 Dade County, Kl rid Edward Schwarti Gussie Kchwarts, ow n. : HENRY A. KAMI' Ul ne) for i.a l lorn Hot. U 16-23-30 12 7 lllli i-1 %  Dade I ed. Miami 32, Morida in 20, 11 2 9-16 ll 10 %  -"'•. 11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 9251 THE \\ ll.l.lAMSI'.l K.ill a IVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, JOESCHABLE8 HANNAH and MARY LEE HANNAH his wife, \i \N IK I. I'I 'Mil \s and JAY i iMRAs ,i.i MII.K.Ni: Ci'MKA.s his wife, an.I JOHN T SllALE JR. Defendant, NOTICE OF SUIT TO: i \V COMRA8 and ARLENE COMRA8 his n if. :o; Crowells Ro I lliubl.inii I'ark, N..I. Yon are hereb) notified thai the above captioned action has been Insiitni-il against yon in the Circuit Court of thEleventh Judicial Circuit of Morida In and (or Dade Counts to f I ..— a mortgage upon the fiillowtna described real property: l.ot 'v in Block 67, "f I'lHST AMU TION TO CAROL CITY, accordlna to the Plat thereol, recorded in Plat Hook •;". at Page 19, of the Public Kecord* ol Dade County, HoiiiLi. You are required to file your %  '",.-,• I,, PalntlfC* complaint with the ClerK "f the a(oresald Court, and serve a copi thereol upon plalntifl attorne! MARTIN FINE, lltb Moor Da ae Federal BWg., Miami It. Florlilu not Sater than November -' W. ,„ %  ., Decree Pro Confesso will 1" ent-i -.i against > ou. I '..i.-.l i'. tober '-''. i E B, 1. i:\THKKMAN. Clerk of the Cln nit Court i-all B> K M IVMAN I i-i,mi lerK M VIITIN KINK AH. %  %  altitlfl .., pa.I. i wl. ral Bldg. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA ,N PROBATE No. 57568 C IN RE: Es tat i ol HELEN I.l KA.SV Vanl.ANl lEUHEM, 11. ,•,,.— ,I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \n Creditors and All Persons Having riaiiii,.i Demands Againal Said Estate: V.ii are hereby notified and required to present any cSaSut* and d. mauls which you ma) have againal ihestate of Helen l-ukacsi Vanljuudeghem .1. r-a.-.sl late of Dade I'oiim.. hioii.ia. t,. the Count) Judges oi Dade County, ami file the same In their office* in the Count) Courthouse in Pa.I. County, Morida, within -i\ calendar monthfrom thdate ,,f the ili-si publication hereof, or the sanu ^ iii be barred. Gl'STAVE i iMKK VAN LANDFXJHEM Administrator AINM.KI: R. FEKD1E, Attorne) 17S2 West Flagler Btrei t Miami % %  .. Florida ll 9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that bv virtue of Chapter 6. ol Morida Statute* Annotated (1941), wareHousemen and Warehouse Receipts, wherein ACE-R.B VAN LINKS. INC H I lorida corporation, b) virtue of its warehouse Hen, has in Its posseeslon il„ following described property: Household Oood* A* thprop, ol Mr. I %  B. roard, 3340 N. B. I9*nd Street No. Miami Beach, Fla and Ihal on the imli day of December. lWi during the legal hour* ol sale, mainly between ll:f*o foren.sin and "" i' 1 thafternoon, at 2136 N.W. 2h Avenue, Miami. Moil.la. th.undersigned -hall offer (or sale to thi highest bid. del (or rash in hand the above described property of Mr !>• Bernard. 2X111 N K. I'.'Jn.l Street. N. Miami Beach, Ma Dated at Miami. Morida, this r.tn dai "i Nov. mber, 1962. ACE-R.B, VAN LINKS. INC CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 62C 11975 Ni'L'.l \ C SkAl.illl'NKS. Plaintiff, vs. I WIKS i SK \I.' 'llt'NI S. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V. • I .IAMKS C SK VL.'Hl .NL--'. 140.1 T'n.i S' Jackson Heights, N.i .,,, %  tilled I*erv. copy of J nnsuer t" Divorce Complaint nied agulnsl you on Plaintiff s aitoin-y (IEORGK NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. lzttl i v Miami. Mn. and (He original with' Clerk of thi* Court on or bji,„, iml, .lay of December. I."--, niii-iwis. complaint iii be confessed U) y. P \ I'KP N. IV. 6, 1962. K U LEATHERMAN, Clerk ,-, al, Bs C l' COPELAND Deput) Clerk M M-|rt.^;l-30 Miami 12, I'l'.l nla 1" 26, 11 MIAMI SEAL, CERTIFICATE & STAMP CO. CORPORATION SUPPLIES-RUBBER STAMPS LEGAL FORMS and LABELS 936 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida FR 3-6327



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Friday, November 16, 1962 *. JV w #:#> fkwfdttflun Page 9-A Miamians Off To Assembly This Weekend Around the corner" at Federation's agencies in Miami, cash ually important as it is "around the world" for overseas ., and this is illustrated by Leo Eisenstein (left), cash col>n chairman, David P. Catsman (center), and Federation dent, Sidney Lefcourt, as they ask the community to join in making this a Happy Thanksgiving for thousands by re%  ming their Combined Jewish Appeal pledges. JA Cash Week' Set Here for Nov. 19-26; Minimal $250,000 Sought to Meet Needs and the Mos said David P. Cats V ro make it a Happy Thanksholiday for thousands, we .1 your help — help in Miami. el, North Africa untiles,' n this week. atsman IN cash chairman (if Combined Jewish Appeal. The • Mia in: Jewish Federation announced Cash Collection k as Nov. 19 to 26. The months of November and c—nber mit see Federation -iv $750000 that has been i_ ;-d to the Combined Jewish Appeal in 1961 and 1962," Catsm in said. "This is only or.e-th.ird lol the total of unredeemed p dgs for that period." irned Catsman: "If we do not v.' the S250.O0O by the end of year, we can not meet our ohions to Federation's local arid to the United Jewish i ..1 said that the Thanksgiving ys are "an ideal time" for Miami Jewry to respond to CJA's welfare and humanitarian cases Amnnj; the important reasons for the urgent cash need is the increasing demand for services brought to Federation's institutions by an ever-growing population in the Greater Miami Jewish community. Programs of health, welfare, family service and others ,-ir.. meetins with growing lists of Miamians in need of service Another urgent need is the flow of Jewish refugees to Israel and France. Jews from North Africa have poured into France at uch a rate that French Jewry has increased by 50 oercent in 18 months, according to recent statistics. "Cash can make their dreams a reality." ("atsman stated, "and I know the yood faith of all who pledged to join in the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign will be shown, and Federation and the Inited Jewish Appeal will go noil over their goal of $250,000 ." At the 31st general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds taking place in Philadelphia this weekend, top nali and li cal leaders will deliver major addresses on significant (!• mestic and international I prol lems and programs confrontii American and Canadian Jewish communil iet mi Federation leaders who will play a major role in the assentblj a. 1 • its SI ssions include: Mais!. all Harris, panelist on "Sei vii \. Outside Institutions Sidney Lefcourt, Federation president, panelist for workshop on "Pledges into Payments—Effective Collection," for cities over 40.0G0 Jewish population. Stanley C. Myers, speaker at the Canadian committee session, who will also preside at the election of Council officers and board members. Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt will be a reporter at the Women's communal service session on "Persistent Campaign Problems: Experience of Women's Divisions." Nationally noted speakers will include: Dr. Eli Ginsberg, director of Columbia University's conserva-! tion of human resources project, who will deliver the Herbert R. Abeles .Memorial address. His topic will he "Human Resources and the General Welrare." Dr. Isador Lubin, consultant for (he Jewish Agency for Israel; Charles H. Jordan, European director of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; and joseph Meyerhoff, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, in a report mi "Overseas Aid—1963" ai the Thursday evening session, Albert Vorspan, director of the Commission on Social Action of Reform Ju aisni. and coauthor of the 1.1nit hook, "A Tale of Ton Cities," will deliver the sermon at the assembly Sabbath services, 10:15 a.m.. on "Judaism and Issues in American Democracy—What Stake and Role?" Edwin Wolf, II, of Philadelphia, president, and Dr. JuCah J. Shapiro, secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, will discuss "Jewish Culture in America—Status and Outlook" at the assembly's traditional Oneg Shabbat on Saturday at J:15 p.m. Louis Stern, of .Smith Oranj N.J.. incoming president of tin Council, will deliver the keynote address at the banquet session Sat' urday evening on "The Federation mitment in Our Changing Worl I." Other Greater Miami Jewish communal leaders who will atte-u the assembly are Mrs. Marshal Harris, Mrs Stanley C. Myers, Mr and Mrs. Harold Thurman, and Ai • thur s. Rosichan, executive direc tor of the Greater Miami Je Federation Yafis to Picnic Sunday t Seaboard's Happy Trains" to the f\f Off/l give you so much g\f§ ^J f^ I %  • IMPROVED SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 15 More Convenience! Leave from the henrt of town on dependable, all-weather Streamliners. 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THE ROUTE OF Greater Miami young adults between the ages of 21 and 35 are invited to join with the Young Adul' Friends of Israel at a barbecue ano picnic Sunday at Pit 1, Crandon Park. A car pool will leave from Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, at 11:30 a.m. In charge of further information is Paula Sernaker. Post-Confirmands Dine at Beth Am l'ost-confirmation group of Temple Beth Am, consisting of 11th and 12th graders, held a dinner at I InTemple on Monday evening. Miss Judy Spiegel was in charge (f food and arrangements. She was assisted by Susan Bernstein. Elaine Brenner, Linda Cross, Diane Selditch. Penny Russinof, and Judy Clein. Mark Freeman, president, conducted the meeting. !" NEW YORK TO ISRAEL S.S. Israel • S $ Zion/sailinrj from New York every 3 *ees See your travel agent or Downtown Office42 Broadway. New Y-r%  %  ,> %  ; "000 Midtown Office. 580 Fifth Avenue at i -'in St New York 36 • Cl 644 | s Cmcatc Office: 32? 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n j by ISABEL GROVE Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood plans for first in a series of three luncheons. Front row (left to right 1 are Mesdames Louis Gold, co-chairMurray A. Shaw, president; and lack on, chairman. Rear (left to right) are Mes8 Michael Glazier, Jcck Greenberg. Henrietta Fine, Max Raskin, and Miss Rita Goldman. The function, in behalf of the organization's journal, will be held next Tuesday noon in Sklar Auditorium. Mrs. Fannie Sklar will sponsor the luncheon, whose proceeds are for the Nor Tomid religious school. Delightful luncheon given Saturday at the Algiers hotel by Mrs. Harold (Fan) Lewan to introduce her future daughter-in-law. pert Lynda C'harlene Stone, to some of her many friends Sharing the head table with the guest of honor was her mother, Mrs. Henry Stone, grandmother. Mrs. Ann Nissenshal, and two aunts. Mrs. Ronney Couglin and Mrs. Rita Chait, who had entertained at her home the previous week for her r.ieee and 60 guests Also Fan's mother. Mrs. Yetta Cream. Mrs. Sol Lewen and her mother. Mrs G. lloenig Lynda and Edward Lewen will be married on the 25th Following the wedding rehearsal the Wednesday before the nuptials, members of the wedding party will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stone The Joe Habers and daughter Judye are concentrating on their Spanish lessons at the same time they are soaking up sunshine Taking lessons at the Wcstbrooke Country Club cabana so that they will be able to converse with the South American student who will live with them this winter A member of the American Youth Exchange program, Judye lived with a Peruvian family this past summer, and in return a student from that country will spend the winter months with the Sabers. % %  Many of the snowbirds here from the north for the holiday, former natives Martin Chapman and w ife Joyce, giving his parents an additional reason lor Thanksgiving by bringing cute offspring Ricky, past 2, and Cindy 1, down for a visit Now living in .New York, he's the son it Edna and Jimmie Chapman who have never enjoyed a turkey so much Down from Washington, D.C., Dr. Cordon Gerson and the former Evelyn Bramblett, spending an all too brief time with his mother. Mrs Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, of Coral Gables And Lily and Harry Schiff Continued on Page 6 B thi K/ oman s UJorU "ejliewjish FloridbUwi • *\ Minmi, Florid Frk'.ay. Novembei !6, 1962 Section P % Mrs. Seitlin Talks Conf erence •paraticn for unnual H-Doy Luncheon n-?xt Dec. Id, Mis. Schwcrtz, chairman of the upcoming event, sponsors a ..%  fast for her Southgate group cf Hadassah at the Fonoleau's Chez Bon Bon Coffee Shop. Pictured (left to right) :>. Mrs. Henry Hersch, co-chairman; Mrs. Schwartz; and Joseph Rosenberg, president cf Southgate chapter. Emotionally Disturbed Children to Receive Aid d of directors of Jewish and Children's Service and thi Jewish Children's Service, rechild welfare agency in Athave given their formal apI i.l to the establishment in 1963 "I the first group treatment home f-r emotionally-disturbed children southeast area of the United S %  firsl ind biggest hurdle has assed." sa : d Mrs. Burton B *S. BURTON 8. GOLDSTEIN Goldstein, president of JFCS. Now we can get down to the more detailed planning for the kind of regional facility which will best serve the needs of these children. '"For years now, the lack of re-, sources to serve the emotionallydisturbed child has been recognized.'' she explained. "Here, in Miami, reports have been written and recommendations made. Our primary need is tor the establishment if facilities for the care of those !isturbed children who cannot be successfully treated while remaning in their ou n homes, and for %  h im the specialised clinical series of a group treatment home re essential Designed to lit Ip a selected group of six to eight children, this type .f facility is but one of a whole range Of needed services. While i joint project of JFCS and JCS, 'he home will be administered as part of the existing program of •ervices to children presently operated by JFCS. Jewish Family and Children's Service is a voluntary social service agency supported primarily hrough the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the United Fund of Dade County It provides family counseling, child placement services and a specialized program of services to the aging. Mrs I mis Seitlin, pi Beth David v d, who the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America al Kiamesha Lake, NY.. this week Mas honored before 1,300 women from all parts of the United States. Canada. Hawaii. Mexico and South America. Mrs Seitlin was invited to present a resume of her Sisterhood's fund-raising activities, which were "outstanding because of their unique quality" and the fact that they conform to the policy of the mtional organization b> refra'ninq j lrom any function involving gam bling or games of chance when conducted under the auspices of the congregation and its affiliates. At a Florida conference of the League last spring, Mrs. Seitlin presided over the fund-raising workshop there. Mrs. Scitlin's invitation to present her resume was made by Mrs. Joseph Rubinstein, the League's fund-raising chairman. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, listens as Mrs. Florence Goldring (center) rehearses for her presentation of "The Heart of the Jewish Woman." Mrs. Ben Ball (right) is accompanist. The original monologue in song and drama will be presented at Sisterhood's annual Thanksgiving tea and membership meeting Wednesday, Nov. 21, 1 p.m., at the Eden Roc hotel. "Welcome Home" will be extended to Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, just back from a tour of Israel, as well as to Mrs. Irving Cypen. who will offer her impression of "The Jewish Woman in Israel.' PRELUDE TO TODAH-THANKSGIVING LUNCHtOU Plan 'Sherry at Eleven' Reception \ "Sherry at Eleven" reception will precede the Todah-Thanksgiv ing luncheon to be held by B'nai B'rith Women on Wednesday, Nov. "8 at the Deauville hotel, it was announced by Mrs. Gerald Soltz luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Alfred Keich, president of B nai B'rith Women. District No. 5. Mrs. Soltz said the reception was conceived to underline the gala nature of the affair, which is the premiere event where the Israel Bond Organization will salute B'nai B'rith for its effort in Is rael's behalf. Mrs. Soltz said "this will be a two-way salute dramatically reflecting the close He between B'nai B'rith and Israel since the nation's birth 14 years ago." Members of the host committee and executive officers of all B'nai B'rith Women's chapters in the South Florida District will be in vited to the "Sherry at Eleven" reception in the Cavalier room of the Deauville. At the recetion, they will formal ly receive Ml S "I national president of B'nai B'rith Women, and the Rev. Nancy Elizabeth Forsberg. who will be guest speaker at the luncheon. There will be entertainment arlanged by Mel Greene, singing host and director of entertainment at the Deauville. Latest groups to join hands with the Greater Miami chapters are .lie Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood chapters of B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs Si I Reinstein is president of the Hollywood chapter, and is being assisted b\ two vice presidents, Mrs Nathaniel Cohen and Mrs. Morris Goodis President of the Ft. Lauderdale chapter is Mrs. Paul Diamond, and assisting her are the Mesdames Norman Rubin. Lawrence Shankman and Mitton Cole, vice presidents. A highlight of the luncheon will be the lighting of a giant Menorah in a ceremony to be conducted by Mrs. Kudler. Participating in the Continued on Page 3-B



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Page 12-B *. few tf fkrgcf ish Women in their The Curio Sho| Is l a frequent ssistant of OKT Women. Hadassh. and B'r.ai B'rith Women in their many projects.—ST. editor of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia and World Scope Encyclopedia. A native of Boston, ho studied at Boston University and George Washington University. For many wars he was education director of the Zionist Organization of America, and editor ol the magazine New Palestine." His column, "I think As l Please," appears weekly in many Jewish newspapers both here and abroad. Alpert is secretary of the international board of governors of Technion. Chairman of the banquet is Al Sherman. Honorary chairman is Dr. II. Franklin Williams, vice pros ident of the University of .Miami, and an officer of the South Florida chapter of Technion. The local group has pledged $250,000 as its share of a new computer center on Technion'.-. campus to aul engineering students and research workers. Members of the Creator Miami pilgrimage to Israel for Me Ami v,,. beginning to return in tired hul .. .... roups tins week, rol;,,,.. rticipation in the remony on N >v. thi community's twin city in the ; ... | ol thi G ; the Jewish N'asor oi the Me Ami c arri< al n %  as most He said that Keren Kayemet H the Israeli Government had then tcp leadership participating in tiie n'c-nanics, and they .| : „ halfon, commissionei areth district; A. Z. Cahat i tor .' iK'ial of t'n 1 Mil ligion; and Dr l : ad of the American -. ct the JNl In a reciprocal gestltn i I Mi ck presented an Israi to Dr. Lehrman Then the unveiled several plaque• >: v philanthropist.-, who pledgi I > support to build specifii \ in the area. Adult Seminars At Beth David Beth David Congregation's Sunday Adult Seminars and classes will n on Sunday morning. From io to it a.m., Mrs Angel Ross will instruct a class in "Hebrew for Bi ginners" in Room t> of the new building The Adult Seminars will revolve around the topic, %  Current Issues in Jewish Community Relations," and will be held from 11 to 12 15 p m in Room 6. The first lecture will be "Our Growth in Freedom.'" with Tobias Simon a-ue.-t lecturer. Repeating Last Year's TRADITIONAL CONTINENTAL THANKSGIVING DINNER 1045 -95th Street Bay Harbor Island RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 (iir*o ttkvst RESTAURANT Ulamti'a Mlfitt Hwt •p*ciaifs'9 I ARABIC AND ORIENTAL FOODS Fafutln<] •(•• IUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONS Free Parking • Air Conditioned • Beer Wines, Champagne 524 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-9181 MIAMI, FLA. ^wnvyww^^^^*^^ The Cfcafferbox Restaurant TRY OUR FAMOUS CHARCOAL-BROILED ROUMANIAN STEAK 1220 NE 163rd St. Wl 5 3281 TRITON TERRACE HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN FOR NEW SEASON SERVING TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS 2729 COLLINS AVE. on the OCEAN For Reservations Call JE 1-9003 or JE 1-6651 CATERING TO SPECIAL PARTIES AND ORGANIZATIONS OUR SPECIALTY! Mot CHEF RONNIE AT THE BROILER Scnrinq Steaks, Chaps, Seafood and Baby Back Ribs Hickory Broiled Cocktail Hour Daily 4 to 6 Complimentary Hors D'Oewvres LUNCH SERVED DAILY from 85c TOM TULIS. Owner HENRY NEYLC, Maitrt d' MORRIS MKM. W" r 3622 Coral Way Phone HI 4-2979 I -i


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Page 12 A *•Je isti fhrkKari Friday, November 16. ]%2 'Plaque Day 1 Set Here for Sunday "Plaque Day" will be celebrated n the Hebrew Academy of Croat r Miami on Sunoay. wnen plaques nid mezuzahs will be affixed In all classrooms of the new school. Mezuzahs will !>•' affixed during he 10:30 a.m. dedication ceremony >y more than 100 persons who en lowed the cla srooms and build'l he n trom Is%  ael, and were brought here bj ;.iiiin Alexandt r S Gi oss, pi %  >al of the At.. I<. IJ ho ri ccnCTj .! Israel Hebrew Academy graduate, Lesle Fuchs, will deliver the invocation, and Cantor Samuel Gomberg will offer a musical program. Academy president, Louis Menvitier, will deliver greetings on behalf of the school's officers. A brunch in the Max Silvcrbe ing 11. ill and a musical program >y t ic Hebrew Academy choir, li d >) vlrs Miriam Donnerstag. will ollow the dedication ceremonies Students representing each of the ooms will recite th< blessing for iffi> ing the mezuzahs. The Hebrew Academy is COmprisd of three buildings: Louis Merivitzer building, administration ofices; Charles Charcowsky building, elementary and junior huh school classrooms; and the Jacob Cohen building, winch houses the bapel, auditorium and dining hall. Hebrew Ac cholarship dinner chairman, B. i. I (right), receives reservations for the annual event from cochairman Joseph Cohen, while Academ Merwitzer, looks on. The banquet is slated for Dec. 1G at the Deauville hotel. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N W. 25th ST. at 103rd AV* TU 5-1689 Mesivta Seeks 1,000 Members A drive to enroll 1,000 members to support the Mesivta High School ol Greater Miami. 1021 Biarritz dr., N'ormand) Isle, is the goal of Rabbi David Lehrfield, membership chairman. He was recently appointed by Rabbi II Louis Rottman, vice president of the Mesivta High School Harry Rosen, of the board of di> of Keneseth Israel ongre is co chairman of the membership camp..: Now in its third year, and head ed by Rabbi MornL. Horovitz, the -i ho has 30 students attending classi The Mesivta is the only Hebrewhigh school in the south. Rabl Alexander s. Gross is preside nt Square Donee Barbecue A square dance and barbecue supper, sponsored by Sisterhood of Temple Beth Slurah. will be hell on Saturday, 9 p.m., at the South Miami Riding Academy Committee members are Mrs. Burton Yagoda, Mrs. Sidney stein and Mrs. P.iv id Markenson Fighl for Sight Meeting Fight [or Sight btfl l a meeting noon at the Fontaineblcau Following lunch, Mrs. i M. ve a booh review, lenl of the group is Mrs Rheda M L< \ 11 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. 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Iriiday. November 1 6. 1962 *J&isti IfforadHDiin Page 3-E hi Sigs Tap Eight UM Coeds On Campus Here hi University <>' Miami coeds wC ently ini'iated into Phi Sigma s ,. .. sorority arc: Carole Rr-mcr RHdgenoM Conn Hazel, daughter of Mrs. Helen Cohen, Miami; Sandy Cohen, Charle&on. S.C: Louise Geller. Rome. NY.: Sonya. daughter of Mr .itid Mrs. Louis Glasser. Miami Beach; >l<>ria Kaufman, MassaS.Y.; Marlcne Rahinovitz, g gn, Wise: and Roberta. [ %  aunhter nf Mr. and Mrs. Sidney v v!,|'kin. Miami. Hazel (""hen, lapped for Orange |£ f> i\i University college honor isecretary of the InivorHege Government; a mem,,,. o| Mpha Lambda Delta, womncholastie honor society; List, and is past president I (hi Phi Si'j pledge class. pledge class officers are ludy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brown, president; Marty, nt Maj. and Mrs LeottiVolfer t'SAF. West Hollywood, k:, president; Shari. daughter of I \!r> Milton Saslaw, secre„r>. and M:irgo Magnus, treffNc. MI-UI rloCMKT JAR MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild Palmolive care! ','.;->: x ?^ k Massage vigorously with refreshing mild palmolive lather. Rinse and pat dry. \ Repeat 3 times a day. TRY NEW PINK PALMOLIVE •nrichtd with btouly creom of FAMILIAR PASTEL GREEN PALMOLIVE 'Sherry at Eleven' Reception Will Precede Todah-Thanksgiving Luncheon %  Comimd from Page T*B ceremony will be B'nai B'rith Sponsors of Israel, women purchasers of St ,000 I.srael Bonds, who will receive the newly-created 1962 Sponsor's Award. Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, pointed out that the Sponsor Award has been created especially to symbolize the bond between the people of Isreal and the national Sponsors of Israel Bonds. The design for the award was i.dapted from the painting, "From -the~MolocfHist.'*-r>y Boris ChaltSpi"picsentcd to the Jerusalem NatiO ;i' Museum. First recipient of the award wM the late Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt who received it in Miami Beach la* February at a luncheon. For the lirst time, presentation* will be made of the Ncgev Pioneer Award, going to purchasers of a $250 Bond. In addition, recognitloa will be made of all B'nai B'rit': women who have purchased an Irael Bond in 1962. with the presentation of a Scroll of Honor to ever? Israel Bond purchaser. More than 100 B'nai B'rith women leaders gathered last week at a coffee and dessert meeting to discuss plans for the organization's Todah-Thanksgiving Luncheon to take place Nov. 28 at the Deauville hotel. From left are Mrs. Arthur Horowitz, president of the North Dade chapter; Mrs. Robert Gross, president, Eleanor Roosevelt chapter; Mrs. Stanley Rosenberg, president, Shalom chapter; and Mrs. Herbert Lowe, president, Gilbert J. Baikin chapter. Yuban Now In Apothecary Jars Yuban. the premium coffee of General Foods, now comes packed in beautiful apothecary jars. For a limited time, smart shoppers will have the opportunity to rolled these attractive, practical, reusable containers while they enjoy the delicious flavor of one of the world's richest coffees. The jars are quality reproductionof the old-fashioned square :;hi "Scent Home Women's Auxiliary will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, 12:30 p.m., at the Algiers hotel. Card games will follow a short business meeting. Plans are being made for a ; luncheon card party Wednesday noon, Dec. 12. sponsored by Mrs. Gussie Goldberg at 544 W. 51st St. Proceeds will go for the building fund. Mrs. Joseph E. Keiser is president of the group. Sugarme USMTSMIM CAlOlllllll uoi* iwrrrrwi li|hl tm|M wx)M •awtm* pmwtert •oaot-rftov (Oi Diumcs. tow cMotu pan KM inCMCN AND IAK1 UM 4-01. lOmi jr. omr a woo siota nouwHut I improved with golden pure UNSATURATED CORN OIL and other healthful vectable oils for family diet benefits. So good for you. so good lasting. Nutritious, delicious table spread and cooking help. KOSlltR and PAREVli Contains no milk or animal fat. Only pure \cgctahle oil ingredients. Recommended in diets where milk is restricted. Make MAR-PARV your family's Margarine for good eating and good health! Another fine kosher product of The Miami Margarine Company, Cincinnati. Ohio > >., GUARANTIED NON-FATTtNING!



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?age 2-A k /# %  fkridHar Friday, November IB. 1962 paign. Stevens Stevens Market-;. ol STEVENS KANE ANSIN IEVENSON CJA Divisions Name 5 Noted Leaders CASH WEEK' SET HERE PAGE 9-A Five noted Greater Miami comol the Jewish and general com r.mnity leaders will take the ti -l-.n munities, the} are Sidne> D. Anas vice chairmen ol Tradeand sin. Sam C. Levenson. Bernard Professions and vice cha rmeii ol Stevens, Leonard SVien. and HowAreas and Residences in the 1062 ard Kane 63 Combined .lewis), Appeal cam AN$m [g § ^^ Q| ,, ( (1 P a s eration's executive committee. Samuel N Priedland and Ernest long range development commitJanis, co-chairmen of CJA. antee. former chairman : the budnounced the quintet of leaders gei committee, and was active as here Wednesday chairman if CJA*s nev silts pruKnown for their contributionin gram in 1960-61. He lias served in the civic and philanthropic affairs executive capacities at remplj Late Services At Emanu-EI Joseph M. Lipton. president of Temple Emanu-EI, announces the resumption of late Sabbath evening services for the current season, starting Friday. Nov. 16. 8:30. Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. will preach on "Israel Revisited."' a report on his tour there. Dr. Lehrman was to return Thursday from Israel, where he journeyed on behalf of the Jewish National Fund to dedicate Miami's twin city. Me Ann. as part of a Jewish National Fund project sponsored by the Greater Miami JNF Council. Cantor llirsh Adler will chant the service, assisted by the Temple Emanu-EI choir under the direction of Mrs. Florence Goldring Dr. Lehrman will officiate at the Saturday morning service, and will preach on the weekl) portion of the Bible. The service starts at !i a.m. Rabbi Lowry Heard At a Temple Sinai Brotherhood luncheon held Wednesday. Rabbi Daniel Lowy reviewed "The Prise," by Irving Wallace THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All four Furniture, Clothing. linens. 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Page 14-A f> it***** Hrrkfifitf Friday, Novembe: 16, Qn Capitol Spotlight: Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN More U.S. Aid to Nasser Despite UAR Support of Castro H Washington |AS THE successful confrontation of Soviet power in the 'uban crisis devalued the Washlgton opinion of "neutrals" like Egypt's Nasser? Inquiries revealed that the State 'epartment still rationalizes U.S. id that release Egyptian assets ir purchase of more Soviet jet bOuuM.18 and missiles. Observers tind it ironic thai the United States risked thermonuclear war to keep similar Soviet equipment out of Cuba. Israel begged in vain for American support in 1956 when the Soviet Union poured menacing arms into Egypt Soviet supply of Egypt had adder! a new dimension in the Near Eastern power equation. Israel was loreed to launch the Sinai action, using much the same reasons offered by President Kennedy last month for his firm Cuban stand. But Washington then denounced Israel. Despite Cairo's support ol Fidel Castro, the State Department—as recently as this writing—plans to increase loans and other aid to Nasser. The State Department feels Israel has no cause for concern or complaint because of the Hawk missile decision. The Department, incidentally, most reluctantly accepted direct orders from the White House to issue export permits for the Hawks. Shipment has not yet been made. The initiative for selling Irael the Hawks came from the Defense Department and Central Intelligence Agency. Military realists were concerned bj the massing of overwhelming Soviet arms on Arab soil, especially providing the Arabs air superiority over Israel This was seen primarilj as a danger not on!) to Israel but also to the Western position in the Near Bast. Ir leed. the same jet bombers might one da) strike at the I Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. Each Hawk unit sold to Israel includes a multilaunching unit, radar, and command facilities i si ma as much as $15 million per unit. Several unts Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Six Years After Sinai ISRAEL'S Jerusalem Minister, David Ben-Gunon, has reed a message from the Prime Minister of India. Jawaharlal Nehru, requesting th< support "i Israel "together with that of all peace-loving countries" in her present border dis| ute with China. Mr. Nehru's letter, condemning China's "unjustified aggression," was sent to all United Nations memberand thus may or may not signify ar.j change m India's atutude |i wards Israel Smcly. Mr Nehru has ample ground to feel frustrate.l by the reaction of his closer friends from the "neutral camp.'' like that of Ghana, Ceylon and ethers Even Mr. Nasser, whose interests he has served so devotedl} over the years, failed to come out in India's support and, instead, issued a call to "'both sides It is hard, and premature, to tell whether and to what extent, Mr Nehru's present experience will affect the philosophy which he had been expounding ever so many years on so many occasions and his evaluation of the term "friend." "foe" or "neutral. Time will tell Yet. as far as Israel iconcerned, there is a rather significant coincidence in the fact that the receipt lure I Mr. Nehru's message coincided—to the day—with the sixth anniversary of the Sinai campaign, which Israel launched to halt the growing attackof Egyptian commando units trom across the border and destroy the offensive bases which F.uypt had built in the Sirai desert We can still recall the vitrolic addresses which the Indian delegate then delivered at the IN and his unrestrained condemnation of Israel's "aggression." One wonders whether he would repeat these speeches now, in the light of India's own experience on the Chinese border. In his reply to Mr Nehru. Mr Ben-Gurion, while expressing Israel's appreciation of India's restraint and forbearance and the need for measures to ease the present tension, pointedly observes that all our efforthave been and are directed towards the preservation of peace in our area and throughout the world." Further, noting that Israel proposed to her Arab neighbors a general disarmament in Israel and in the Arab states ami. moreover, the ol treaties of non-aggression, Mr Her Gurion says: We believe that all states, great or .-mall, must be assured of their sovereignty, independence, freedom and territorial integrity. We are deeply convinced that all international conflicts, anywhere on earth, can ami must lie resolved by pi aceful means in accordance with the principles ef the IN Charter." And Mr Nehru not onK for exercising her right oi -elf-defense Over the years he had lent India's full moral and practical support to th Arabs' rejection of any peace re with Israel and thereby weakened the very principle fur th-' application of v huh he now seeks support among the nations of the world—Israel included. are needed to meet minimum anti-aircraft requirements. Equipment for a single Hawk battalion costs hundreds of millions! Israel soldiers would have to be trained at the U.S. Army Missile school. Port Bliss. Tex. A long and expensive process is involved in preparing technicians to effectively maintain Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Intent Greater Than the Result THE JEWISH WAY OF LIFE. By Abraham J. Karp. 208 pp. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., Encdewood Cliffs. $3.95. ATA TIME when the Jewish way of life is in lull flower but paradoxically branching off in many How of soviet missiles ana jet Domhers \,, lands. The more Soviet weapons, the more defenjive, balancing arms required by Israel. \ • Mate Department sees no reason to quit j(, financing Ol the Soviet arms supply systei The Keating-Halpern Amendment to thi %  • .,-, ., lecictanra \it ul 1'tfV? nrovidine mianii Illcllt. Scvent) Soviet Mic 19 fighter-bomber, livered to Egypt in IS*! -'. Another 40 an Six hundred armored Russian pel ..,-fit ,„l title i ir \ilth 'tnitlh.tiI _.. 1HKJ. >ix nuiK-rcu iiiinurt-u nussian persi 1 ,., r ncrs arrived this year with another 1 < • wa> The heavj T 54 tank is now poisi Israel frontier, some 90 already there and tn he delivered. In the wake of Cuba, can the State I). expect Israel to view thiaggressive basi entry? At least the United statehad a rier of nc> miles between us and Cuba Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN fusion ol the faith. Jews toda> know Judaism in a varied ol forms: ritualism, nationalism, culturalmil % %  *x i-,„. ghettoism. ph.lar.thropy .-,. ciwl lib.-r'. VAIltll AT MaCAII Ill V AM ,M,i are the maj.ir moliiMve-uli lor .lews Hardy JUUUI Ul iflCDUII V\ XOll are they integrated in equal measure under mi. rooi "im one person, rhis book ooks beyend or perhaps it is behind the modern accoutrements to the real Judaism standing solidly these three thousand years in undiminished splendor — '" ranach, to Talmud and the Codes and all the lesser itings which together are the bone and sinew .it the Jew i.-M w aj It iunfortunate that the IXHIR itself suffers somewhat from technical disorder, buried in a kind ,i stylistic jungle in which bad paragraphing irampant ami unnecessary divisions threaten to uproot tin' good scholarship entirely. The confusion results from the author's attempt t" be ainclusive ossible and to pre-ent history philosophy, re ligious teaching, practice and a healthy anthology ei Jewish writing through the ages, all at once One admires the -pint ot the book willingly, but its tl, sh, alas, is weak Nonetheless the lunik owes much of itappeal tn itvery variety, to the wealth ul sources quoted and the generous excerptfrom Judaica past and present. There is. for example, a citing el text: "Ye -hall net steal." followed b> the commentarj "There are seven classes of thieves The first am them all is he who steals the mind of hifellow creatures," billowed bv the Law: "It iforbidden to -teal the mind of anv person, i e to fool him through words ... A man may not invite another to dine when he know > that the invitation will be refuse I one may not otter a present to another it he knows it will not be accepted There iin this the element ol 'stealing the mil liequotation from the I k stands as a symbol ot what Judaism actually i-. This exquisite r< finement of morality of justice in itmost rarefied abstraction pervading the slightest commonplaci ol daily lite, and the whole thing flooding from the first -ix words of the first commandment, the obligatory relationship to Cod — this ithe religion we call Judaism. The quotation is also a symbol of what the hook tried to do; it stands as an alteii.pt to line.the basics to the foreground and to recharge that old and nearly loruotter. word, piety, with itoriginal electricity. For varvuiL: reasons.' tin book did not do this very well, and vet it did well enough, one must say. for the fingertips to grasp, the mind to be stirred, and the soul to remember ----I | HAVE RECENTLY r of disturbing letterfi nt> in the south, almost ... eating anxiety over ercussions ot the desi ; nd i!.effect on popular ant.lew (iddly • r j exponents in mosl part • %  egroes and white supri n m sW i One correspondent—and i ve given up hope tor the south grow up. or become civilised You only ri what happen-. You don't read 'h' %  down here, ur -ee what the southerners are th:: kit .. aftgf all thitime thev not orly won 1 auiiin Ui j War. but won't even admit it's over Thip her Civil War Talk about decadence "This place just Mothcs with hatred little diference what the ADl. says—there anti-Semitism here, awell as everywhen 11M most popular epithet in our neighborhood i; >• which thev call everyone they're annoyi Vise 4 couse thev call everyone'nigger'too. The-, i -ised ir.terchangeabl) Another correspondent, a women, infort i I o -ul -he interviewed for a job turned inenl when -he was told the household was Mould not work tor a .lew, was her rationa dow n the lob The Jews in the -outh as in other par! where racism irampant, must make in In the long run making the right did-. important than making a convenient i" i whether of white or black breed, will nevel no at at/ Ati 1 It El A New Faith Thi re :turmoil and contusion in thi i ays, and because there is a dearth of men it vision to lead ufrom the wilderne-s. our -' facing a future that is too bleak to contemplati • the current reprieve from the path of m Common man everywhere is looku;. to an ana ot Iranquility in which he cat sercnitj and prayer, when he can break hi ty and barter his labor lor security, yet I of war are crossing his path, piercing his hope ing his faith only because the men at t leadership are lost in the wood-. %  n< ration s •, en amids • %  I Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Some Afterthoughts About Elections, Politicians THE ELECTIONS ARE over, the boi' Ulg pot of politics ha.-topped S17 zing. Theodore Ilerzl. in his previsic ingS of the Jewish State in hibo, "Altneuland," contemplated a -1 without politicians, Anyone runnin ottiee. he wrote, would be automatil disqualified from that office Thi oft, should -oik the man. not the man tl ottiee Hut lier/l must have known > course that this was bul one ot thmosi dreamThere is no technique for implement We man win." but of course the '" "•">• The best men are often Ih | 5-1 adv. 'lie office When the, !,, T ,h •'• %  •• %  '"el. he turned it down jus. w>, who said, n ,, vu|| not serv. Moses on several occasions asked God to j( *J^ resignation His brother. Aaron, on the othei ,a !" v, B very much ol a politician. When the '" %  fr worship the Golden Calf, Aaron permitti '"' stituents wanted it. and he bowed to then '"l*"^ We can see also thai Aaron was a good pol % %  %  • '„ fact thai • bi for all of his relatives W* and priests were all chosen from hi ,. e ia Mi rash that when Moses '^Z^ yi wore a long coat without r**£m that no one could say that he put anv ol '* yt*\ ---..* .... o,o Willtl >,!_> Ill.lt IH" I'll* • %  ".' pockets, This is all imagination ^i the Midrash was trying to <> is that the :Me ^I i be above reproach, that he should self, that no one can even have a basis for %  he is dishonest pIlbk ii| .nee i" "I litics ia messy game. Nothing is • %  politics, said Disraeli, who had greet even harsher is the witticism of R j said. "Sometimes an innocent man is



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Page 4-A vJewisMeridrfor! Friday, November i962 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCKET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent during (he week ... as i see it PHbllrtHvl -v-rs Friday since HIT by The Jewi.-h FlorldlkO at ISO N.B. Sbtn Street. Miami 1. Fl.ricla. BCond-ClaM Tostaje Paid nt Miami. Florid*. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and tbx Jewish Weekly. Member of Ue J*ith Teleflracbic A&ne"levin Art. Feature Syndica*. Wor.dwid. New, rQ MM DUN Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of O f LtW III I n U 11 II English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian doea not ruarant*. K hrutn ol hi erchandise advertised li Its 'olui SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5 00 Th'ee Years $10 00 Out of Town Upon Request %  • in %  Volume 35 Number 46 Friday. November 16. 1962 19 Heshvan 5723 Fear of Failure Deters King Hussein has told the Arab peoples that they missed a golden opportunity in failing to attack and destroy Israel during the Cuban crisis. While the world was otherwise occupied, he declared, the deed could easily have been done. Jordan, along with Lebanon, is often considered the soft point in the Arab intransigeence against Israel. In view of Hussein's observation, this is somewhat bitterly amusing. Our own belief here is that Israel has never abused her prospect for survival by hoping to rely on outside assistance in the event of Arab attack. Israel's brief history has been written in her birth under fire. A factual child of the United Nations, Israel found herself entirely on her own in a war launched by seven Arab nations just one day after UN partition of Palestine. The world never moved to offer assistance. Neither does the prospect of UN intervention deter the Arabs from doing what Hussein has suggested as a formula for Cuban crisis action against Israel. That they can not win is the single Arab deterrent; it is this that will keep them lying low until they think they can. In any event, who could possibly spearhead such an attack except Nasser of Egypt? It is somewhat amusing that Hussein, who spurs the situation on from the sidelines, this week lost several of his air force pilots when they flew the coup and defected to the banks of the Nile lock, stock, and airplane. %  THE DEATH of E1 n or Roosevelt sigim.. lh(J passing of an era. Aparom her esteem as a lyro „>i of humanitarianism. Mrs ,,.,. Veil was a living link of the greatest peri A m %  r i M %  • history, which huge reevaluatii place concerning the i biiity of a democrats merit to the society li for no other reason and most of us indeed had m it was exciting to be her contemporary. Momentous events are the landmarks of human affairs "i logical history therefore focuses on these <• i ,i the pro ression of time. To have lived in the sam as Eleanor Roosevelt i< to have been part of all the change Roosevelt helped wrought; it is, thus, to have been a vicar. nt historj All ci which is by way ol saying that I do not deny ti. disliked FDR their n hi to feel this way. My own intolei taste fur one of his Republican successors even tends to .Minn 1 "reasonable" insighl into the attitude of those sufferi the more acute varieties of anti-Rooseveltism; although I ai ously offended at the prospect of drawing ill-conceived pai tween the two as American leaders, political philosopherplain politicians. Extending their dislike to Eleanor Roosevelt, whose predilections would disturb such souls no less than did her huthey are being, I suppose, true to themselves and their pi But such things ought to have limits %  %  Only a Feeble Zionism Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum's observation to the Mizrachi Organization of America that there can be only a feeble Zionism without religion should sit well in the minds of those who have been too long uncomfortable about post-Israel Zionism. With the advent of Israeli independence, it has become prevalent practice to refer to the movement that gave rebirth to a Jewish state in our time as "political Zionism." Rabbi Kirshblum's observation tends to remind us that Israel must be more than a political entity, and that Zionism must be more than a political ideology. For it was not reverent faith in politics that bound the Jews together through two thousand years of exile. Neither was it politics that saw the miraculous survival of Israel in the War of Independence. CJA's Cash Week Drive The Cash Week collection announced this week by the Combined Jewish Appeal should give us all just cause to pause and ponder our good fortune as citizens of these United States. Cash Week, appropriately, is being designated by CJA leaders as Nov. 19 to 26, and will include the Thanksgiving holidays. Indeed, there is much for which we should be thankful, living in this free nation of plenty. But the Combined Jewish Appeal is dedicated to service—humanitarian and welfare service. And oftentimes, this means assistance to those less fortunate than ourselves. CJA symbolizes help to Greater Miamians; to the remnants of the European Jewish community; to the fleeing populations of Jews in North Africa, where the political destinies of nations change as rapidly as the days flow into one another; and to the State of Israel, now going into its fifteenth year of independence. Cash Week is dedicated to a concentrated effort to collect $250,000 in outstanding CJA pledges made in 1961 and 1962. These funds are needed now. We are sure Greater Miamians will want to express their gratitude this Thanksgiving for living in a free America. One way is through CJA. Ben Zvi—A Pioneer and a Scholar f/rcfeo" to Third Term us President of Isratl Mrs. Roosevelt Passes We join members of the human family everywhere in mourning the death of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. This is no affectation. Few are the nations and the peoples on our evershrinking earth that do not personally feel her loss. Even such intractable enemies as the Soviet Union recognized her deep humanitarian purposes. Those who took Mrs. Roosevelt as an affront to their beliefs merely strengthen our faith in everything for which she stood. For it is largely the divisiveness of racial and religious intolerance Mrs. Roosevelt found it impossible either to accept or to compromise in any form. Hers was a useful life dedicated to the betterment of humankind—a dedication already apparent in her early years. One of the monuments to her spirit will be the effective work Mrs. Roosevelt contributed as a U.S. delegate to the United Nations, a job she assumed after the death of her husband. It would have been sufficient for any woman to be a devoted wife to one of the greatest Presidents in American history. But Eleanor Roosevelt was not just "any woman." Indeed she was a devoted wife—and more. Her own personality as a leader in this nation's affairs, with an abiding faith in the growing understanding of men for one another, is what will give Mrs. Roosevelt a place in her own right in the annals of human affairs. 'Dust Off' Your Identity The observance of Jewish Book Month, launched annually by the National Jewish Welfare Board, reminds us once again that reading is an occupation from which too many absent themselves too often. More than anything else, Judaism is an idea. There is nothing in human history with the staying-power of ideas. As such, Judaism has survived throughout the ages. The written word is largely responsible for assuring the continuity of an idea. Perhaps for this reason, Jews are often called "People of the Book." Jewish Book Month, as an annual obs ence repeatedly suggests to us thai should, from time to time, "dust off" oniking of • • itten word by reeding. THf fABRIC Of HATRED IS DISTORTING "pREEDOM VOICE" is a telephone number you ring in Mi \ %  recorded message reels off a pithy thought for the day. "Fr Voice" is the project of Tom and Ruth Moody, a rather well couple, whose political ideology might have seemed quaii neanderthal. Mrs Roosevelt died early in the evening of Wo Nov. 7. On Friday, the recording of "Freedom Voice" exten "very deep sympathy" to all mourner. — TN lovers, do-g extreme middle of the readers, one-worlders. dupes and thizers." Said what I presume is Mrs. Moody's voice: ""'' not fly our flat; at half-mast today." Such hatred, it seems to me. is more than indecent; it us, r more than a statement of political preference: It is a rejection ol one's personal rendezvous with history: hence, the neanii isl characteristic to which 1 previously alluded. For what mar, to the progress of his species would feel anything less than the full significance of having lived at the same time as one of the artisans selected to help shape the destiny of this nation? But the fabric of hatred is apparently such that it distortall too easily our view of men and the world surrounding us. Neither is •'Freedom Voice" the only such distortion in Miami these days I am, for example, still waiting to hear Norman Benson's explanat.-n of some of his activity as Scoutmaster of Troop 69 in South Daite county. Benson is the man who distributed "Red Stars." by Myron C. Fagan, in the form of suggested reading tor the Scouts in h.s charge. Fagan is a notorious anti-Semite, who has been widely sv\>ported by Conde McGinley. publisher of 'Common Sense," one of the nation's most vicious hate sheets. •:• •:• ON NURTURING CMC'S CNCmUCS IN A COLUMN here Oct. 12. I suggested that Mr. Benson might want %  to shed some light on his distribution of the Fagan tract; it w.is after all conceivable that he didn't know who Fagan in fact is i r that he had no prior knowledge of the anti-Semitic character of the Cinema Educational Guild, of Hollywood. Calif., which puts oct "Red Stars." I also suggested that Ralph Mozo. executive director of the South Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America, might care to say something about Scoutmaster Benson's faux pas — unwitting or otherwise. Up until then, Mr. Mozo had merely been quoted aing that anti-Semitic literature "couldn't be called what we eons let training for Scouting." For his part. Benson declared that ill th newspaper publicity "burned" him. Neither Mr. Mozo nor Mr. Benson has since gone on KCOr I in this matter. A letter written to me Oct. 19 by Ted Slack, jr of Coral Gables, was the single response to the pleasant suggesti." some explanations were in order. In the Oct. 12 column, I hart mented on Mr Slack's relationship to the Liberty landing Library of Homestead, a "conservative"' group whose circulating stamp u.iimprinted on the "Red Stars'" pamphlets distributed by Scoutrn "' u hardly proper Boy Seoul literature — to which even Ml apparently in cold and reluctant monosyllables, agreed at the %  '•<' But conies now the latest addition to these developments. Mr Mozo was last week reported as "stunned" by an ad ~"" ment appearing in "Boy's Life." official publication of the Bo) of America. The bait was a "silent dog whistle." and the catch 15-page catalogue, pictoriallj illustrated, listing gift items ai suggesting lewd or sexual themes. Titles include "An I nl fried View of Erotica," "Lovers, Mates, and Strange Bedfellows, Customs of Sex and Marriage and "Dictionary of Aphro among others. \ -lory in The Miami News of Nov. 8 reports: "Mi I led like a very serious situation and that he would gel XK ,h ''"' I %  '• %  Officials at once to find out what hail h "Al New Brunswick, N.J., where the magazine is p Hany A Harch< r ] make an immediate i larl) aro %  : and racists Continued on Page 6-A



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Friday. November 16, 1962 *JfH#*sf fkricfictjn Page 7-A The Man-andIdea-Behind an A ward Joseph M. Liplon, president of Temple Emanu-El, is congratulated by three community leaders serving as members of the host committee for a dinner of tribute at which Lipton will be honored "for his service to the community and tne State o! Israel." From left with Lipton are Jack Corner, Gabriel Hoatter and Emil Morton. The dinner will take place Saturday evening, Nov. 24, at the Fontainebleau hotel, with Amsador Abba Eban as special guest speaker. Abba Eban Arrives for Month Stay; Speak at Lipton Tribute Dinner ernors of the Greater Miami Isreal Bond Organization, Eban, who served from i!)4!i to ifl.i9 as Israel's Ambassador to the United States, and from 1948 to 1959 as permanent representative ti. the United Nations, will represent his eountrj in the tribute to Lipton. Khan first achieved worldwide prominence as official liaison between the Jewish community oi Palestine and the United Nations committees which deliberated the Palestine problem in Geneva and at Lake Success. He., line the committee for the dinner are Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple EmanuEl; Samuel Friedland, chairman t the Temple board and of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization; Popick; Mayer II. Frankel. Joseph M. Rose. Harry Sirkm. honorary presidents; Bernard I. Hinder. Charles Fruchtman. Leo Robinson, honorary vice presidents; Max Boderman, Joseph Cohen. Samuel .1 llalperni. George .1. Talianoff, Judge Irvine; Cypen, vice '••dents; Emil Morton. Samuel Lipton. A .1 Molasky. Marcus O. Sarokin, officers of the Temple; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Sisterhood president: and Michael Sossin, Brotherhood president. \liba Eban, Minister of F.ducaand Culture of the State of lei, and former Ambassador to he I'nited States, arrived this i k tor a one-month stay during khich he will deliver a major adIress in Miami on Saturday, Nov. i l-rael"noted diplomat, who was -pokesman in the I'nited States at the United Nations from Us Mith. will be guest speaker at a inner honoring Joseph M Lipton. Miami civic, philanthropic and bus-s leader. The dinner will be leld at the Fontainebleau hotel uni r the auspices oi Temple EmanuLipton is president of Temple Emanu-El, and will be honored 'for his service to the community and the State of Israel." Dinner chairman is Jack S. Popick, chairman of the board of gvThe Human Isolations Award which the Florida Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith bestows annually upon a deserving Floridian attracts community wide attention. Yet. the man i.i u hose name the ward—consisting of a plaque and $1,000 for research in the Held of Intergroup relations is presented, is himself one who modestly shuns the community s grateful plan lets. His credo might well be said to be that thoo who are fortunate enough to help others, should do so, but privately and without fanfare. And that's the course Leonard L. Abess, in whose name Mayor Robert King High will be honored on Sunday, Dec. 2, has chosen for himself. The aware, as in the past, will be presented during the annual meeting of the Florida region of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Abess, formerly chairman of the ADL's Florida board since 1951, served as its chairman from 1948 until 1951. 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Page 14-B f, /en isffh ridfi J#? Friday. November 16. 1962 Temple Adath Yeshurun Opens $90,0001 Campaign to Complete Facilities Here \ Temple Adath Yeshurun. 1025 NE Miami Gardens dr.. No. Miami Beach. is initiating a S90.000 campaign to complete its sanctuary and school and pay oil some existing mortgages on its present building. Chairman of the campaign. Abraham Kessler. second vice president of the congregation, announced the new fund drive. The congregation contracted for the purchase of the building and the three acres of land on which ii stands in the summer of 1961. Originally intended as a hospital. .iimp repairs were made to modify the building for use as a syna gogue and school The synagogue accommodates 1.200 worshippers, and the classrooms more than 300 children. Joseph Liedman, first vice pres ident. and acting president, de clared at a general membership meeting of the congregation last Tuesday that "the need to com plete the construction of our building has become urgent. The community is expanding by leaps and bounds, More and more people are moving into the area. These people are looking to us for leadership in providing adequate falies for the religious needs of The total Jewish community." Israeli Group Member Affair Israeli group of Hadassah will hold a membership bruncheon ami ard party at the Bel Aire hotel on Monday noon. New members will be guests of •he organization. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Esther Meyer, 900 West ave.. Miami Beach. Congregation* Sisterhood, and Men's flub are jointly sponsorin a testimonial dinner in honor of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritua' leader of Adath Yeshurun. on Sat urday night. Dec. 8. at the Carillon hotel Mrs. Daniel Bimberg and Martin Grossman are co-chairmen of the dinner. Campalpm rommlttee Includ* %  — horvraw chairmen, WHIIam Alter. X.li.lf Mitchell. Charles Rnenht re, Morrl* Share; jenernl chairmen, vi.: ah in Ki -%  • r, Slam y Blndler, lerome i"ell, Bernard lvvy, Lewi* :..-w. Joneph l.ledman, M*\ M-y-w i. • ,M. <"h.,rUSm l' •• Hlank, I. rry \... c 'ohen, %  "hai k < IM>K, .: 11., -. %  :, il l •• Renx ii Mi i %  .,• nn I %  '. Howanl I >• I-,,.,. IVi % %  • in : l Pall Harry J. riedman, Harold r.inohi B, w llli.'in loldHteln, U> w is i ; %  ...in.. I' i. i. • i < ",i affin in. Leo Hci IT K Iwarti Jaff" Adolph Kahn. vi Kane, Ji • Katl, Stanlej Kaplan. Murray Kaufmann. M K iHch, .-• ) • %  !•' I' ., %  .vil..-I i I.i n .in. M n i• % %  *,,n. I.' % %  U ler, Allan Mil tn I", vit.. Vlati Mori Is, %  %  %  M ri Is. 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Farillk f* Fqnipm.nt215 N.E. 2nd AVENUE fhonei FR 4-3J74 or FR 4-4712 •WI DUIVIR" PARKIN6 IN REAR WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD 1OTM0RE Privt r>ool %  ••ch and Cabana Colony I0TEL At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACN vrlte ror nformatio"and k Reaarvatic JE 1-0331 • Air Conditioned Room, • Prlvata Beach and Por • Parking on Premiaea ^ ^a_v Dairy • Cocktail Lounge V J Per Para Dining Room S* M 0bl Entertainment 4aa^ V/CrOff AND ANN B.0ONE %  'Mill Bidones Back From Abroad Victor and Ann Bidone have just returned from abroad, where Ihey gathered new ideas and recipes lor their De Continental restaurant, opening for another season Nov 21. While in Italy, the restaurateurs spent time in Montecatini, where they met many Miaminns at the La Pace hotel. The Bidones were hosts at a cocktail party given at the hotel Elio Pancioli, of the Tamcnci. entertained the Bidones. Pancioli expects to visit Miami Beach this season, when the Bidones will return the social gesture by entertaining him at their De Continental. Starting Dec. 22. The Waldman FRENCH MOVIE BEAUTY DUE: Darryl Zamick the new president of Twentieth Century Fox Pictures, not only is taking bows for vhat hss hepn heralded as one of the ypar s best films." but is also being back-patted for his lovely new cinema find." Inna Demirh. The ubiquitous movie executive, seeking a new h milliae f*ee for his •blockbuster" cinema special. "The Longest Day." -potted Mile. Demich parading among the Dior models during a fashion show in Paris — of course. The movie, which will have its Southern premier* at the Lincoln Theatre on Wednesday, Ncv. 21, will be shown on a reserved leaf policy, twice daily. The Hebrew Academy PTA is sponsori.-^j the opening night. Bill Glick is handling group -ales foi the mammoth and thrilling account ol D-Day, v hen the landing at Normandy creal d many poriltua hours for the allied cause. Any civic, social, or n lit urns organization may contact Glick at JE 4-2139 for special theatre parties, at varying discounts. By the way, exotic lrina Demich will be in Mian beach for one .veek."starting next Saturday, to meet the press and appear .r the premiere of "The Longest Day.*' + ALONG HOTEL ROW: Doral Country Club had that topotlielook when l visited there last weekend. The i I and Wui 18hOle courses were jammed with tourists. The lawn fronting the clublouse and overlooking the golf courses was dotted vives of golfers. If Doral is any indication of thim -1 scome hotelwise this winter, the portents are mighty good for ( and all Evidently, word has gene around the nation that Doral fing pleasures are manifold and magnificent. Its good news from thDiplomat's courier. DoCuddy, orient ths line uo of stars for the forthcoming season. Comic Jack E. Leonard and singer Dion start the weekly parade of headtmers on Oec. 19 in the Cafe Cristal. In the following weeks, you'li ste and nejoy there: Shelley Berman, Joarie Sommers, Eartha Kitt ,ackie M.son, Damita Jo, Peggy Lee, Buddy Hackett. Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, Gordon and Sheila MacRae and Bob Newhart. The Tack room will feature popular Pupi Cami ml his Wometco Slates Classic Films Greta Garbo and Fredric March are co-stars of "Anna Karenina," ;:rt iilm classic which opened at Wometco's N'ormany Theatre on Wednesday. Now held over at the Mayfair and Sunset Theatres is "Waltz of the Toreadors," featuring Peter Sellers. Friday and Saturday, at the Parkway Art Theatre, will be presented the Academy Awardwinning films, "Black Orpheus" in color and "Bicycle Thief." The double bill follows the Wednesday and Thursday performances this week of 'Richard III." starhotel is featuring a kosher Thanksgiving dinner, full course, in grand style Suggest yen start making reservations today because seating is limited, and you won't war.'. I tiss the holiday dinner. The Balmoral hotel this winter is providing goKit i piests th ISI if North Dade Country Club at no cnargc, PGA memtx Joe Albani -. again will instruct at the hotel's putting gre< vmg rat Local folk, and many are the ones I know, have made the Algiers their party headquarters. Excellent catering facilities are provided for all occasions, large or small. The Deauville st;irtthe season on Dec. 21, with %  I r1 Caaanova room show featuring Myron Cohen and Juliet Prows* And peeking past them, look whatin store for entertainment seekers there: Ethel Merman. Bobby Darin. Mitzi Gaynor, Frank Sinatra. Dean Martin— to name a few. Morns Lansburgh is going all out tinseason, and the public will benefit. Localites are enjoying the bands 't Chica and his Latin orchestra, plus Bobby Fields" Trio in the Musketeer room nitely. Abe defter announces a full course kosher Thanksgiving dinner, to be served at his Cromwell hotel. He suggests you mi %  < reservations early. Orchestra and flour show are included in the S5 tab. FILMS AND FOOTLIGHTS: Weekend fare at tin Carib. Miami ring Sir Laurence Olivier and John Miracle and 163rd St, Theatres, "The Cabinet of Dr Caligari." siisGielgud. "El Cid," historical color film spectacular, opens next Wednesday on a continuous run basis at Wometco's Rosetta, Tower. Boulevard Drive In. Coral Way Drive In, and North Andrews Drive In at Ft. Lauderdale, penseful and exciting, with Glynis Johns among the periormeia One of Greta Garbo's best performances is given in "Anna Karenina." a revival at the Normandie "Waltz of the Toreadors." the Peter Sellers hit. continues at Sunset and Mayfair. Alan Sherr, who brought Judy Garland to Miami Beach, is responsible for another great entertainment treat coming to town. The Limelighters, who appear Saturday ni.ght at 8:30 at Dade County Beth Kodesh Elects Officers At the annual election of officers and board members for Beth Kodesh Congregation last Wednesday evening, Irving Jacobson was re; elected president. New officers are: vice presidents, j Norman Brager, Sam Kotoff, and I Louis Zimmerman; recording sec: retary, Ed Becker; corresponding 'secretary. Mack Libman; financial secretary, Mrs. Nathan Coulton; and treasurer, Jack Stone. Installation ceremony will be held in the near future. ^^•s^v^^s^^^^>^^^^v^^^s>sV REGISTERED NURSE WISHES PRIVATE DUTY NURSING Morning and Evening Shifts. Call between 8 A.M. and 10 P.M.-UN 6-9980 or 9416 Abbott Avenue, Surfside. WN^'S^^^^S'^i^sSSVN^V^^V*^^^ REFINED WOMAN WISHES POSITION AS COMPANION to Lady or Gentleman. Has '61 Oldsmobib Wl 5 3328 Auditorium. "Send Me No Flowers." the original comedy by Trixie Levin, with the Temple Emanu-El Players, and staged for the first time last win ter. has encores coming up Dec. 1. 2 and 3. with public showings at the Shelborne. The hotel is sponsoring the one on Dec. 2. ami the Temple's Brotherhood the one on Dec. 3. The Temple Emanu-El Players are under Fred Stein's leadership. Manager Lou Fishkin announces the opening of Yiddish-American stage presentations at the Cinema Theatre, starting Dec. 21. under the direction of popular Leon Schechter. Comedian Lou Mason and singer Caroline Carpenter are among the many top performers who will appear. "A Taste of Honey" has its Miami stage premiere Saturday evening. 8:30 p.m., at Studo M Playhouse. 208 Bird rd. Th.s controversial play, written by an 18-year-old girl, Shelagh Delaney. has enjoyed fantastic successes on the Ix>ndon and New York stages, as well as in the recently released movie. Ruth Foreman presents Anita Crystal as Helen. Carolyn Wohl as Jo. Roger Engel as Peter, Clarence Culler as the Boy, Fred Papia as Geoffrev AROUND TOWN: Hotelman Walter Jacobs and wife Molly celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at Tony Swett -. with their son Erie and friends, the Bennett Cerfs. Marcel Iodice. who can turn a blank wall into a panoramic view with deft brush strokes, has returned to his position as staff artist at Miami Springs Villas. His big mural in the Carriage Club depict! American life during the "Roaring Twenties," whin the Villas was the Glenn CuTtiss estate. Triton Terrace dining room is now under the expert management of Victor Grandowsky. Philip Weiss, of the Royal Hungarian restaurant. 731 Washington ave. announces the opening of the popular Beach establishment for the 17th consecutive season on Thanksgiving Day. Drinks and traditional delicacies will be "on the house" for the opening.



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IOC November 16. 1962 *• l."+UI nrr/rtg^n Page 15-B jeaux Arts at Citizens Federal LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN Irafi f i(ii ;il:.' 11 a • %  • Ibc • %  llll 3} In : • I THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ta'd i*W of finance will Dade county artists, exhibiting over • "• AND FOR DADE COUNTY. a %  month as annual 200 pieces ol art and sculpture. FL R 'N£ 5?634 R C B ATE Ailtime approaches at According to David Stuzin. CitiIN '•'' %  '" • %  — Federal Savings and Loan /ens Federal —---— • %  ••..... president. "What : Hialeah. riday, the grounds around Federals main office. 400 r will he transformed as ciation's three-day clothesexhibit and sale gets under result of the overwhelming response Ml.||.\ llll .,-. .1 %  |!l| started as a single attempt to acinainl our customers and the peo-1 pie of the area with some of the Estut wonderful art being created by our talented local artists, has. as a '" md* the • • % %  '-• % %  i lai NOTICE TO CREDITORS riltor* anil All I 'erson* Havnr I -.ii. III. IAgainst Snld in.• i I .-1-.-1.> notlfli 'l .IIHI rei i present .mi aim* in i iiwhich } on mm hvi .. %  ; ilnxt f MIHHA K< (Flltl '\V ih Cn from those who attended and d bj Hialean Maria Valhnucht at last years show, turned ho II. is and operates her into an annual affair for our assoleries in the North Hialeah ciation." Show hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. da ly. Friday. Saturday, and Sunday. Cei ler and t'oconut the show will feature the ,.rk ; snore than 30 local OL it a r i c s i.. tj in Ceil nt) Imi i nion lifrom I imlilii at Ion Ii 1M IN ESTHER I:I iBRi iff, AVilinini-ir.nrK .,f i hi • MIME \ RoBRl >\\. il. Law >rri f : i:> iNAiti' II. \\ i ii.i It> l.i win I i 'oheti, At loriii > fni Arini nistim % S.w ii • .p, • suite :'•>: Miami •i. of l '.'l.. i 'ount} r I i In i %  nut} .1 i.lt. ..f l >uili i "i • ml fl • the same in thi i office thi County Court hoi -. In I mil la. within v i-uli nil ervi iln dale of the ii'-i r of, or ih' same will i:-i Hi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. INCHANC6RY. No. 62C 11803 SCMANNE griNN, I'lailltlftt. 1 S. Aii;r.-r.\ I:A Y griNX, i iffendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE I' i \ i'i;rsTA I:AY griXX 1324*. Ti rra Bella I 'llcotma, 'Rllfomlil Y..II. Ai'iii'MA KAY griXX. are In i. i>> notlfieil thai .1 Bill ••!' C01 1platnt foi Itivorce has been filed agalnsi you, ami you are required t" in of > our Answei or Plend111in thi Bill ••! Complaint on the I I'laiiiin: .1 lorne}. Herbert H. W'llensky, 317 Blsiayne Bldg Miami S2, 1 lint 11I1 the original Answei %  •: Pleading in tl fflce of the Cli rk of the 1 'in nil 1 'ourt on 01 befoi • thi loth il 1-. of 11. • mber, 1962. If you full I'in > %  '. Judgim in by iifault will be taken against )ou lor lit NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT 0=^ FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. G2C 12256 ROBERT I. MBRZW KILER. I i. • 11. • 11 r M \KI BXK .IE \N ACSTIN MBRZWEILEH. 11, fendant. > SUIT FOR DIVORCE in M IRLBNtt JKAN ACSTIN MI:I:/\\ 1:11.1.1: .. Third Sir. 1 1 Bai StS Third Strei 1 I..i wton, iklahoma Y.. 1 .Marl. -ii. %  Jean Ai'-ii'i HerxI ,., %  .,,-. ||, %  h) notified that a Bill \M he. r'la. 11 !• %  -%  : "'}* %  !>.. \ SI I-..I 1: %  • %  E. GUSSMAN .. 11I .II. il M.inlai yearn .'% %  nil VHII .1 in.ml., r She iMI! 1 i\ ...l I13 \ ill-n.i 1.. 1 *..i il Mr* Jeamu Bad.., 1 two sister* M I Mil SeVllli B|i'. Shi also Ii .1 1." ., .1 ill i: Si %  Wire X"' II ''• • r M Mi inn lal < .. i" I. Norn and* Isle, H iili burial HI Ml. N< in. Cent, terj LEGAL NOTICE n N -. • Ii.. 1I, VIt. ihi Temple • .1 1'. nn %  %  %  HARfl. YANICH VI %  i>on .1 Hell hi* .1 %  ,IHHI i'li I \i 1 lughtt r, Mr* 1 in-al \i %  : ;. II, '. • ... %  -. %  1 I i-.a 11 •\ I.--.ih Barak?, inrichll" %  inbel of in.1 ..1llloi ,. %  • J.. -• l.egloll ol thi • -. IT DAV D HARRIS 1 ; • IN Raj rlnrln l>s 1 He -mi. 1 %  • %  •! .ii. Mich IIIHI .. 1 • -r. .! ail lliiunr all re oper •:• wo ember ..f tin Mahl !> i %  and Miami I leai li Kur\i\ lire hla wife, 1 %  !"' • ... ; -hall ami Bi tin %  i % % %  • %  ra-euh, lei me 11 ml tw.i A* -. Itiitli Hiirrii niiil %  ••. Pura IIHI I"" n ran U-'niLEGAL NOTICE NOTITF R> DUBLICAT <->N IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. t;C 12233 III .1 SKY Mil.I i 1. •' \ M \KY 1. M 11.1.BIS, 1 i.-f. SU ^ FOR DIVORCE ii 1 MAR> 1. Ml 1.1.1:1: \ %  • a 11 V 1, M \KY 1, Mil. I.KB 1 notlfie.l thai Bill I .1.. %  bei n flleil 11.11 and • iei| n a \ Answer a Bi. in. |ii 1 ,.r C..11 1 -:-• 1111 on thi UliilR..) \ \' iKI.i v \ -I. > Bi lidii it, Miami ".:'. ulna I \ii-u NOTICE UNDER r-CTITiOLS NAME LAW •T**K I.11 I'.KliY niV'K.N thai ~i. • : .i. -iriiiLtn < nuay. In % %  %  %  %  fli-titl nnanii of •IA 1 K: • \i 1 %  I'AHTS at 1115 1 Ti • Ml inii, l'l. -nla ,. ^ -•• !• said nami M 1ii of the irvutt Courl I I '.i'li run 1 grii'MKN r % %  • 1. tS i tier) R U>XI \ %  %  %  : %  A llll ill! %  : re In n • !., s, r\ adimi I" • riainlAl I. I'"' I' u %  In tl • • 1 ''" 1 • "I ''" iii! Cnuri in or before the ITili ,l„, ,,: 11.. mi. %  1962 II you fall a mi "i i>> di fault ill In lake n an iin>l > ou fi r the relief ilt-mnnded II ihi BUI ol ihinntii n be publlshi •! • %  ... h week for I'.ii! ."ii— %  a il'• weeks ii. THE JKW ISII 1-1.' iBHHAX. IMiNE VXIi %  I'.l 'KBKI' ii Miami, l1 rlda, ihiI mi da} ol Sovembi \.n ism: E, B l.K \TIIKI:.MA v. • ii %  ••tin I Mil. 1 'aunt} 1 'Ii Iti ,..,,. \:\ : r r i-ori:i. \M> 1 ..-Iit} • "Ii rk VNi IKI.I 1 \ All %  v nale} B illdlnfi Mi 1 ml IS, I larldti 1 Vtlorne) !•.'. l'l untiff II 16-23-30. 12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'TI'i: IS HEREBY lilVEX 1l1.1t thi 11ml. 1 -1 :m I, deslrlns to engage in ii -in— under the fietitloua nai i Iteital YeiiillnR Compan) at 116 s.iniii Went Mli Avenue, Miami. Klorlilu, ini.nilin reitlati'i paid name with the 'lerk of the "I ill Court of Doric hlorida I.AZAKI S SKOI.XICK, Sole 1 in r IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57394-B I s RE Kstate of Ri is \ > I'BIXMETZ I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cri ditm and All I', mm* Havinu 'lain..r I. iiiainlAKafual Said Von ui'i hereb) notified and relief .mil. .1 iii the BI 1 of C plaint. 1 ni> 111. in-, ahall be publlahi .1 • .-a.-li week for foul ronaecutlve w. in THE JEWISH I I.ORIDIAN. Hi.N'l-: AXIl IRDERKH 111 .Miami. I'. Ida, ill 1-1 da) of Xovembi r, A.D. IH62 E. B, L.EATHERMAX, Clerk, 1 'Ireull %  'niiil, I >ti le Cu inty, Plo Ida i-all It;. C. I' II'CIM.ANI'. I leputy Clerk HERBERT B VVILEXSKY %  I %  IK. :i •• %  „f Cnmplalnt for Divorce haa filed ngalnal you, and you ai • n .inlr. I to nerve 1 %  • '• •' AnKI. Ilnu I.. Hi. Bill HI fotnplnlnl "ii 'I" l'l i' 1 %  %  %  %  '''' r > VIXSI.KE II PERD1E l> 1 i"--WeBl I lasler Mret, M ..mi %  Floriilii and fill the original Anawer or • ri,,,,!,.-. %  in ih.-.1 ii. • 01 thi Clerk ol NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \.'I'li'K IS HEREBY UIVEX thai the underaluneri, -11 inn !' %  engage ill lir-in>11111I1 1 the fii II i"ii11-' nn ol Tnvalee Baker} and Savern'a Tayatee I Baku.-, al ii-" ffaahlngton Avenue, .Miami Beaeh Intend* i" reglsti with the Clerk ol the Clrcull i'..in 1 ..: I lade 1 'aunt} Florida .vVEItX BAKERY COMI'AXY KOYXER Mini MAXXHEIMEU Attorney a for Savern Baker) Company 11 2-9-16-2J Tn'. .1 t.i |in -.in an) claim* tnd di in iml* w hii'h ) ou may li la I In .-1.,!. of ROSA STEINMETZ ileii 1.-..1 lat nf Dude Count), Elorida, !.. III. Count) Judge* of Dude Couilt), and file the name in duplli-ate ind a|ii'i.\ 1.teil iii Section 733.16, Kloririn Statutes, In their office* in the Cotint) >'-. n 1 In.n-e tn Dade County, l'l..ri'l.i. \\irliiu .-l\ calendar montha frum thi tim. ..i the fir-i publication hen "f. nr ih. same will be btttretl. I>nted ai Miami. Florida, thi* 13th da) ••! November. A n IM2 Itl'TII SI'KYI'.K A.Executrix II \Ki .|.l> A QREENE Attorne) for Executrix I'-.l N K I'jMli Street 11 I6-! '.10, l'J 7 %  • .. NOTCE UNDER f CTITlOLS NAME LAW 1. RBBY IJIVES ....'. -' %  ii-iti^ In engaifi III ndei M'II• •'. Ai ti 1 N"l.t 120 13th '• I: • .1I1I .nil.' • 1 ". •, i.| ihCircuit 1 "iir. Ida Ml I.W \Y. INC .1 lulu mud, I'n %  V K > .Mi In. 16-2 IHi. 12 T NOTICE UNDER r-CTlTlOLS NAME LAW : 1 .11 1 : 1 : 1 ; V til V UN thai niring to engagi 1 ll> tt.l'-U11 %  I f RES 1 -'.-" 8.W i I 1. %  da Inl mi Itli thi Clel ri 01 I hub %  ... |, ., 11 ; 1 II '-'•. Ill 1 li .\i i u SIIII'T \ \' j. ~ll Al'lltl 1 11 ii fi %  I • nan W SI II N IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 2C 12197 .MAX I'KA.WIM'I. BERRO. I'biir 1 \NA IKIilin. 1 left ndunt. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Ttj ANA r'EKRt*. 601 %\ 136th M. Apt 24, New York City. N'.V. YOU, ANA PEItRO, 01 W.st 136th A irt. '-. New York City, VY on 1 % %  • I (• %  file your anawer .. ;'.. 1'i.inplai't for Divorce with the -1 ibovv '"'in. anil .-erve ,-..ni thereof nn.m (lino I' Nii.-r.-tti. \.'...i.. % %  :% %  I' Comrresa Bldf Ill N.B. Slid Avenoe. Miami. Klorida "ii 11..•:.... tin 1 rth day of l>cemU-r, 1*115 • % %  -I Ill plain I Will lataken ,.-..nil --.-.!. Umeii thin ISth du> "f November. If2 B. •'• l.K \ P1IER.MAN. Clerk. 1 1. : lade 1 \>unt> Elm Ida ,.,li |n : iv M I.YMAN 1' \ < 'lerk 1! 16-23-30, IS 7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57379-B IN RE I'-i 1 f HENRY VYl l.l I i".I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All frei II •and All I'ei aona Having Claim* or iH-mand* Agulnal Bald %  Vim 1 • i : 'i'i rel„ ... ,. iim* ami llei\ Iii. ti >iii ma) havi ,.,.i'. ..f HENRY Wnl.ldecaf I '...I.County. KI01 Ida, 1 %  : • urn In lb11 %  1 ril In I *di ll in --1 %  "li "rial IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 12279 THE Wll.l.lA.MMIl ItiJIl SAVINC.S BANK, riaintirr, ARTHUR BOHIl'SKI .IK and JOSEPHINE S'llll'SICl. hla wife. 1 K.f i-ndant a. NOTICE OF SUIT 1 1 VKTHCK Si llll'SKl .11: and JOSEPHINE SCHIP8KI 7 I.. 11. k -1 Avenue Trenton, Men %  '• r.---\ 11 :HIhi ri b) n.'ti: led ol toned action ha* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 573938 IN RE: Eatate "i" I 1 il'IH I Y< iNS "NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditor* and All Persona Haying Claim* or Demand* Ajjalnal Said You'nre hereb) notified and reuuired i" preaenl an> claim* and demand* which y.'u may have againat the eatate of LOUIS LYONS deceaaed late of Dade county. Florida, t.. the Cirann .liiilg. of Dade I'I.UIH>. and file the -..in. in their office* in the County I'miitii".!-' In Dade County, Florida, within alx calendar montha 1 in the date •>( the firm publlcatu hereof, "r the mm* will be barred. PAUL KWITNKY. Executor PAUL KWITNKY. Attorne) ISO Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Y the InKiiiui"! agalnet t-..urt ..f the El cull of Florida In i) t.. !..• .-i-io-.a fotlun mg dea. rii thai I.. 1. you in ilnCircuit i.-nili Judicial Ctrail'l f"l I Mile I 'I'llllmortcaffe upon the il real p uperty: i^.i I, In Block •. "f 1'ARK.MiKiB MANOR SUBDIVISION, According to the Plat ill1 %  if, recorded In Plat Book ".. at Pagi 89, of the Public Record* of Dade County, Florida. Yi n. required t.. file your anawei plaintiff* complaint with the Clerk of the aforevald Court, and • ..|.\ thereof upon puilntrfra .HI •)•, MARTIN FINE, mu Floor Dade Federal Bldg., Miami :'.L', PI Idu 11 1 Inter iii in December 1 '. 1 "'-' 1 ., 1'. 1.. ri.. 1 '..hi.-.— UI be 'ii•. %  gull -1 ..-ii 1 i.x PEI' Noven ber 11, 1962 E. II l.K VTHERMAN, Clerk, cin |t < 'nui'. 1 'a.i. 1 'ount). i'i"' Ida By: K M I.Y.MAN lleput) CN rk MARTIN FINK A t ti 1 Ifh I \l Plaintiff I hide Fedi rill Bldg ,orl la 11 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 11623 O DELI A T. BAKER, Plaintiff, LEO JOSEPH BAKER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LEO JOSEPH BAKER .. Mrs. .luhu >>1\ ia M Poplar Street Newport, Rhi.de Island Toil LBO JOSEPH BAKER, are herehv notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been rUed againat >ou, ami you arc required to -.rve a copy of >"ur Answer or i'i. tdlng I., the inn <>f Complain! on the Plaintiff* attorney. BTOLAM.and MUCHNICK. 220-71W Street, Miami Beach <1. I'l"ii'l' ami file tin orlginal Anawer or Pleading In the office ,,f tinClerk "i the Cln-uit Curl ..ii tor before the Jrd day of December, isms if vou fall In 'I" o, Judgment b) default "ill be taken again*; you for the r.lieV demanded in the Bill of Complaint. ._,, Thi* notice ahall be published on 1 each week for four ''""l ''V, u \' v .•'••'|„ 1111: JEWISH l-l.ii UIHAV DONE ANIi ORDERED al Miami, F da, Uii> '-".'tli "I October, V R. fi LEATHERM VX, Clerk, ... 1 ,rt, Dadi County, Florida ,.. 1 B) • I' COPBLAXD, lli-lillll I'lelk II 2-9 Clrcull Courl "ii or liefore the : THi ,i., ol I '• %  II I. H yo f a || to dn BO, itidsini nl by default ll be taken ngi Inal you for the roll, • demanded In the Bill of I "omplalnt. Thi* notlci ahall be publurtied once 1. li week foi fo II consecutive Wl %  • In THE JEWISH H.OR1DIAN. DOXE AXI ORDERED at Miami. i'i: la. iliiISth 'i i) "i N ivembi '. A D. 1962 !•:. I: I EATHERM \N. i 'iri-uii '"i i. t lade C ori '.a Bi .' I' i %  IPELAXD l. put) Clerk VINSLKE K PERD1E ;-_ %  Weal Flagli eel 13, Ilu Ida ii is-: 'T IN THE CiRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O.FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 62C 11787 Tl I El 'I IRE A %  :' 'I IM \ X. Plaintiff, \ *. BENJAMIN IS''' IVITZ. I lefendanl NOTICE OF SUIT I'. I: BEXJAM1X ISCi .YITZ sII l Biaca) ii.li" il' varil Mini I, Florida BEX.1AMIX ISCOVITZ I'n Box S9.'i Miami !. Plorlria YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that i -uii Iiibeen brought .n-.>mi you by THEtlDORE A UOOUMAN, to %  n I..-, n mortgngi on that certain propert) more particularly deacrlbetf ua: Trait numbered 239 ill K-ctlon "A nf the Nbdlyiaion B1SCAYNB <;.\R. DENS according to the plat there,.f recorded In Plat Book 40, Page il of Hi. Public Records of Dade Count). Florida. and for other relief, and you ire reinjlred t" file your Anawer to >aid Complaint with the Clerk of the above 1 Court all'l I" Mile a copy ..f HI plaintiff* attorneys, ALBERT I. WEINTRAUR ami A. JAY CRISTOL, 819 Securlt) Trust BuildIng, Miami :i_. Florida, not later than the 17th da) of D nuber, 1968, in default of which said Complaint ^ti lie f.lkell Ii'..||Ie--.-.i l'l \ %  ''I DATED AT MIAMI. FLORIDA, tlii 13th 'lai' of Nov* inlier. 196! y. II LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, |)ade County, Florida (seal) By: K M I.YMAN Deput) Clerk Law < ifi'i.'i.of ALBERT I. WK1NTRAIM1 A JAY CRISTOL 219 se. in n.i Trusi Bldg. Miami :'._', 1-1 ifid i B) A Jay i'ii.-t"l 11 16-23-30. 12/t -'-1 Hi h ll ih .1 the -am. Mill Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all* MIAMI s[r: .. .-, i %  %  M0 1-7693 %  %  bun Ri ..-!' Wl 'I I utrix i vYMii.Mi J VVol.K MU US.Iii.lll 1. II IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No '7519-B RE i:-i.ii. • %  ii ,| i \ \ M i l.M. Ulan known n* IOIIN A M Vl.M. JR NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ | -i s I ... i .. %  • amiAgainst .,, -. i an) • laini.nui iiei,i. uiii.ii ou ma) have Ihe .-lal. ol JOHN \ MAIM known ..IOIIN \ MALM, JH %  '• I late ol Dad. Coin ,l„. .'..,,,,ii .imlK."f Dari' """ .,,,.1 I HUM >" "'••'! ", Count) i .null" !-• m Dane Count), i %  %  'h' in..nil' fl I'lal. ol I'" .... or "'• name WULJAN M MM-M SIDNEY El-Rl iNSilN, Atti T HavSi. 1.1 ii I. Mill | 211 Se. Miami -' i" • Did* NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C-6694 MILDRED BAY l'l IN. l'l.,ii' II \ -. TKRRENCE I'M TON, I ', I.ml.nil SUIT FOR ANNULMENT I'. %  I'ERRENCK l'A\ I'ON Ki:.-ll lENCE I Nli.N'i lUN y„u, TERRENCE P A Y in N an herel.) ii"ii'i"l thut a Bill ol plailll foi Man.In.ill li"been 111" Hsaiii*i vou. nni you are r. iiulred l ,-..|,i ..i your Answer or I'll ,,-_ ,,. ii,.. Bill "i Complaint on the attorney, Ooldmnn. Holdg i-.i. /a.-!. 2S0J Wel Hajtl.r Street, Miami, Florida and rffl ... lumal Aii- %  i in I'learilnK In the ,-, .. „f the i "lerk of Hi' ,.,.ini ,.n or before th. ITth da) "i I %  .. • |f you I'll 10 ,,i.i default will ltaken %  vou r.ir Ihe relief demanded In Ih, mil ,.i Compbiint. nntli Khali be publl*ln ,, |. four mi!-.'. HI!'• •. in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. IK .\i: AND DRDBRBD ul VI I : In, UiiHth da) ol Ni %  AIL %  -' r B i.e. \'I'III:KM \N CI. 'i>, idi i 'ii mi %  i I l-.. i r COPELANU Lieput) Clerk i:..|.|inaii. i lolri*ti III .\ I'" '. Altol in > BI l-i" I"' I'la.IUil I u i .i v I. r Street Florlilii NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11-126 .i v 'K H n ii Ilali ., \ CONNIE V\' 'I'. 11. nl.nn SUIT FOR DIVORCE r,, •, ,\ \n: ivi ii i, S19 Kim Ktri el tlreen Bay, w ii>n*ln v., „r, hereb) notified thai a BUI i %  i implainl for Dl\ ha* been • .1 auain-i you, and you an re,,ulred to nerve a copy of 1 v %  %  .... Pleading to the BUI ol I omplalnt .a in. plaintiff* Attorney, MB IA IN I MIKi'lF P.O Ho* IW. N Miami It, ,. |, ii..ii,1.1 and file thi i i nrt l v.,-,... r ..! PleadlnK In th. ,,i thi 'li 11, ..f iln Circuit Court on ,,, I., r,,r, iln 26th da) ol Novt ml* If ,.. f,il in do -". fudftmi nl ,i, !iu it iiii I.taken aaalnw you for tin r.ll.r demanded In thi Bill ul i 'omplalnt. hllnhi tl om ..',...' Week* hi THE JBW ISII l'l.' 'HUMAN DONE VND ORDERED al Miami. .r,i da) ni October. \ I 191 i: H li-: VTHERMAN. Clerk, ,i.i .. li i'n int) Hoi Ida Hi C. P. COPELANU lieput) Clerk \li:i.\ IV I Ml'RDFF • I!S Mi.. II; Beach 2, Fin : I'LlIill ll I 11 M-S3-30, 12 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that iln undersigned, desiring to eiiswre in business under the firtltlou* namos of Financial Responsibility Co. and Financial Reaponslblllty lnuranc Agenc) at Box :.2-19S. Miami r.L', Fioriila. intends tn register ai.l name* nith the Clerk >.f the Circuit Court i.f I'aile County, hlorida. AMERICAN LODGER. INC. A Florida Corporation Sole Owner i AKTIill! W KARLICK Attorney fat Applicant "L'l N\Y lllli Kt. """"'• "" 11/1 6-23-30 18/t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O* FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11231 I I KISI. Ms Mi IRTOAGE a ,I:I i IRA rn IN "I KLORIIVV. I'laintlff. Ri iRERT T KINtiSTtCRY III, .iiii.-:, man. I %  ill NOTICE OF SUIT in III IBERT T KINilSHCRY III RESII iBNl i: I'NKNl >WN a -i the unknown spous. ol said defendant, of muri li 'i and allv and it dead, the unknown li Kllllltei -. n**i| a--. Inn,.!L'red I In r claimant* claiming in thioiiKh. un ii ..ii; any M Ih, Hllllll U1 '" %  ""'-' deceasi | .,,,. hereb) notified that .,, 11.-ii lias been In-i itut. .1 ngalnal you In the Oil i ''it I-,.ni • of the El. v .ni li Judicial Clr%  mi ..f I lorldn in and foi 1 de Counn i,, i,,i. .] %  %  a mortgage upon the follow Ins descj Ibi .1 real propert) : l...i :.. in Block 16 of CAROL CITY, th. I'lnt thi ri "i. recorded In rial Book "•", ul i'-i-jo, of tin I'ubltc R. Di l i', .nun Ilorldn I i ,-,l to fibyour an.„ !.. pin ii• : .mi Ith ihe i -|, „ %  iii. ai i iii Court, ai 'i | hi eof ii|..m ,,i ,,.. M VRT1N PINB, Mill Floor l -,-al Bids Mian I 12, I ,., i.,.i i u i than I'. 'ii" i %  1961 ,,r ; i.... ree I'm "onfi -• HI I i. ,, ,i ng:i ii-* "'' DATED: November 7, I I r B LEATHERMAN rii %  -. k "i iln Clrcull i 'unit (seal) B} : K, M, I.V MAN |..-|.nii Clerk M \KTIN FINE Ai-i.i II. -i for I'laliulif llih Kl I '...I. I • lei il Bldg. M .ii.l.i I" -'•', ll I 11 % 


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Friday, November 16. 1962 "'JtpHiif tturkttan Page 3-A Mrs. Roosevelt's Passing Mourned By AIT Jews Continued from Pge 1-A p, rmaneat representative, Michael v Comay, said: "More than any, else in the world, she exemplified in her own person that love nc's fellow man, and that understanding between peoples, for which the United Nations stands, The American section of the utive <>f the Jewish Agency for hrael and the World Zionist Organisation issued a statement expressI! the profound sorrow of the en, Zionist movement the world Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, •nan of the Agency, paid .il tribute to Mrs. Roosevelt's stinting support of the establish• of the Stale of Israel as a ol refuge for Jewish displacpeople and rfugees; Mrs. Halprin also cited the "compassionate .upport" which Mrs. Roosevelt ,\. to the Youth Aliyah movement. eh -hi' WM World Patron. Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the American Zionist Council, said, "We Jews, here in the United States, have lost an understanding friend and a warm comrade. We shall not see another like her." Dr. Max Nussbaum, oresident of the Zionist Organi.-jtion of America, summoned all sOO ZOA chapters to conduct appropriate memorial services. Monroe (ioldwater. president of i nited Jewish Appeal of GreatNew York, .speaking in behalf the officers and leaders of UJA, -ed "profound sorrow" at passing of Mrs. Roosevelt irahara A. Feinberg, president of e Israel Bond Organization, said Unstable So. Africa Threatens Population MRS. ElfANOR ROOSfVUT Mis Roosevelt's death was "an irreparable loss to mankind." Norman >' Levine, president of B'nai Zion, fraternal Zionist organization announced that a l.ooo-trce grove of trees would be planted in Israel's "Freedom Forest," near Jerusalem, in memory of Mrs. Roosevelt. pyioty '"svo ~N*~:r sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 EitaWhbed If IS Weintraub Will Be Honored Here Herman Weintraub, Zionist leader who has served as president of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute for the last five years, will be honored by the synagogue at a testimonial dinner early next year at the DeauviUe hotel. Rabbi Isaac Ever, founder and spiritual leader of Agudath Israel, will be master of ceremonies, and the evening will include a musical program Representatives of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America will attend. Organizer of the first Zionist movement in Hungary in 1909, Weintraub is at present a member of the national executive board of ZOA, and vice president of the ZOA Bronx region. He formerly served as vice president of the ZOA District 43. B'nai Judah Congregation, and Kingsbridge Jewish Center, and as treasurer of the Zionist Youth commission Home OWSMKJ Hen* Operated By Special Report NEW YORK—The unstable situation in South Africa is presenting a serious threat to the white popu-, lation. and the large Jewish community may be among the lirst victims of any severe upheaval. This ithe highlight of a report given by Frank G. Binsw anger, of j Philadelphia, to the American Jewisfa Committee at its Institute of Human Relations here. Reporting on a three-month tour of Africa which he recently completed, Binswar.ger said that the situation in South Africa is steadily growing more explosive, and the threat to the white population is becoming more immediate. Binswanger spoke before the American Jewish Committee's Foreign Affairs Committee. "In a country where only 3,000.000 out of a total population of about 15.000.000 are white," he said, "the repressive segregation policies of the government have not worked, and cannot work. "The result is bound to be growing economic pressure on the country, as other nations refuse to do business with her. "Ultimately, the colore.l population is likely to rise up against the whites, and they may well have assistance from nearby countries TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN ~ "The Sign of Good Housekeeping' COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK CALL F R 7-1411. Greater Miami's Ute*t iKtermlseW Complefe and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLt & Qkttact Co. 36 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street Telephone FRanklin 3-8422 in Africa. I hate to think of the terrors that may result." Binswanger interviewed leaders of the government and business during his stay in South Africa, and a.> far as he was permitted to do.: examined the workings of the government's apartheid policies. "The leaders say they are doing more for the colored people than any other country," he said. "It is true that they build new housing, schools and recreational facilities for them. "But the African population i> not allowed any freedom." Binswanger added. "They are forced | to live in certain areas, to go to segregated schools, and generally to live the life of second-class citizens. They are not allowed to go into most businesses and profess ions. and. of course, have no representation in the government. Regardless of individual ability, they are all treated alike—and all treat' ed as inferior "South Africa gives the African population some material things, because it has to. But the government deprives them of the thing that is most important—the dignity of man." During his travels throughout the African continent. Mr. Binswanger reported that he was greatly impressed with the high standing and efficiency of Israel's worin West Aliiia, and the quality o Israel'* representatives. "One reason for tnis high stanring ol Israel's representatives in Wet Africa is that they can get things done quickly at home." DOG RACING EVERY NiGHT Excsrr SUNDAY NO MINOR* Sept. 28-Jan. 12 Dade Federal Savings hasS convenient offices to serve Dade County • ALLAPATTAH BRANCH • 1400 N.W. 36th ST. Open or add to your Dade Federal Savings Account by Tuesday, November 20* and earn from the 1* EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th AVE. MAIN • OFFICE 101 9 E. FLAGLER %  STREET • NORTH MIAMI BRANCH 12370 N.W. 7th AVE. "One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" I)ade Federal JAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI '. 1% 4 % I0SEPH M IIPI0N. Piewdent Savins* account* are Insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the Federal Government. IPO PER ANNUM CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE PAYABLE l COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY rr>[i AP'; .. ... .i*s.,---k-U % 



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Puge 8-B injf: r* > f flkrSdii^in Friday, November 16 U62 Tr i a dim er in the I. len Roc The horsesh iehi was ted and i iveri with satin, strewn w ith bab) rose decked with floral bouquets ol pink asters Table settings and si plates were in i in keeping with the occasion. The Morrisons, who moved here from Grand Rapids. Mich.. 13 years ago. are among the founders ol the Miami chapter of VIVO, the Yidd sh Scientific Institute, and the Yiddish Cultural Forum sponsored by YIYO. which sponsors a weekly lecture program each Saturday evening during January. February and March. Mr. Morrison has served as both president of the YIYO chapter and secretary of the Forum for many years. The Morrisons are also both active members of the FarbandLabor Zionist Organization, and %  in many other Jewish nd mmunit} en leavi nov n for his %  ., %  ol Yiddish culture i > h inization: Ihcrings and recil i etrj and literary work. -i : lish writers lii, Morrison homi both in Gram :,..; ids and Miami has always beei a gatherii ; lai c loi visiting Yid -:i artists, writers, poets ano •P< akers Scoreof congratulatory letters 2nd teK .rams were received by th> anniversary couide from friend' and relatives from all section0 the United States and from Canada London and Israel, including mess ages b) their life-long friend, tht poet 11. Leivick, and his wife. Sar ;.h. poetess, Rochel Korn, of Mon tieal. Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Leveies.Glanz; Lipa Lehrer: Mr and Mrs. Leon Femberg. of the DayMorning Journal; and Mr and Mrs. Shlomo Bickel, among others. A family contribution in honor of Mr. and Mrs Morrison's 50th wedding anniversary was given to the United Jewish Appeal through AV Jewish Communit) Fund of Grand Rapids by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bach, former business partners, w hose %  ersonal triendship ua < a to more than 50 years, Jacob Bach. Mr and Mrs. Sol Bach, and Mr and Mrs. Abe Glaser, The couple's three daughters, Ruth Morrison. Mary Franklin, and Louise Hoffman, and their grand son, Gerald Franklin, are planning a gift to YIVO to their parents and grandparents. MR. ASD MRS. BtRKt Berkes to Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs A. Berke. of 810 Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. A reception in their honor will be given Sunday by their three children. Mr. Sam Berke and Mrs. Hannah Schorr, of North Miami Beach, and MrEthel Rosenberg, Yonkers. NY. Mr. Berke is retired, and the couple have lived in Miami Beach since December. 1955. He vv,. 1 %  <: merly in the cleaning business in New York City. In addition to their three chil dren, Mr and Mrs. Berke also have -ev,:; grandchildren. t TElErOOD SERVICE %  A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Rummage Sale This Weekend Members ol the Eleanor Roosevelt chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, liavi made a donation to the Children's Home in Israel in honor of the late Mrs. Fleanor Roosevelt. The group will have a rummage Sail all day Saturday at 3215 Grand ave. Coconut Grove Mrs Sheldon Wynne, chairman, heads the committee of Mrs. Eugene Schneidernan. Mrs. Alvin Weinstem. Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg and Mrs. Morion Rothstein. Carey Matthew-, member of the Florida State House of Representatives, will discuss "I!t apportion men; Revisited," at a meeting Wednesday, Nov 21, < s 30 p m., at the Tastee Inn, 7400 SW Bth st Pi spective members are invited Bi atnik" coffei pai tj Wed lay. Nov 5 30 p m at the hi mc oi Mrs Bi n Stone 3240 SW 79th ave Mrs Alvin Weinstem Mrs, Davi I P I are ,. K. Mrtti MRS. MORRISON Brams, Parness Live in Palm Bch. Mr. and Mrs. Uarrv Par. ; C60 S. Hibiscus dr.. Miami B announce the marriage r daughter, Barbara, to San,: id Brams, son ol >rr ai V -. Maurice Brams, oi Palm B< The marriage took placi Orleans. La., on Ocl 29 M i I Mrs Brain.will reside ii m Beach, where Mi Brams ti i with A c All) a & < I n kers Mrs, Brams is rad lal ; 11 'I !'c uglass Coil, i \ ck. N.J., and I mi, Mr Brams is a iate Beach High Scho (tended hire Academy in > -hire and the L'niversitv I Florida He also atten !ed tht \"e Yort Institute of Finance :*• is bcr of I'hi Epsili I fraternri Southwest Center Dance Southwest Jew is! Center I have a Thanksgiving dance fe ing a full orche.-T. on Sati night. Nov 24. .Afore Than Just a Vacc' crtj I S*&^^ SAFETY HARB1S FLOI | "FREE GOLF" I i C.-c Voir li Tame, nnj $•. P Tol. 726-1161 r ~f Call SYIA IA MILSEN JE 2-32C PERSONAL FLORAL CCI %  U0SS0M SHv 1572 '.', en Ave, Miami E '5 %  ,' z (.:' %  %  B.'RTHOAY ANNVttSABY A H0SP TAIBO'J tulTS tR I DELIVERY All GREATER to BIKUR CHOL.M KOSHEB CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY """" Strict auBrylalMi of the Ort^c-lo* Va.id Hk*hr.to' r .ibb. Dr. laaac M. Evir, Director 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODtKN IQUIPMCHT t fURHISHINCS fMHtOOf UIH.DIM 310 Collins Avt. Ph. JE 7 3571 Miami Beach



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; ?age S-A Jmist fkridUaf Friday, November 16. 19^ 5a Africa Press Attacks Israel on Apartheid ._i_ n M { *Ki* an Contirved fion Page 1-A support to Israel The newspaper week as OPPO?"* f JJ laded South African Jews "must harsher terms in a General,Assent less hostile to South Africa than dedde „ h ,, 0 tru v stand-uith blj resolution calling upon lu.. Nasser's Egypt." gouth Africa or Israel It is not canty Council oconsidei „ ., bmth Africa which tores Jews to expulsion oi South Africa if M aid The article ateo posed the quesJag JMcajWCh .. t on as to whether Israel hid conn, 1Kl ..rod the position of South AfriIsra. 11 calling tor a break of diplomatic relations with South Africa and for to Mr. Parom declared "My dele tion will vote for the n ol I 1 whole. even it it i particular paragraph on the form,. lation ol whic h 1 have expressed "ccitaui FtBeTORtonf We wofflR/do so because we are mindful, above everything, of the need for th e United Nations to take a clear ar..j strong stand on any matter which After stating his Government's concerns policies of racial dii to be a member of this orgamiation. the possibility of influencing its policies would be greatly diminished, and such action would, therefore, be self-defeating." j fti.tinna this another clause van Jewry, which had given much record at the I nited Nations this meanwhile c.ear.y on ^-^VVBSlS objections to some of the cUwes, ination." Members of the buildino committee, headed by Seymour Drexler, architect, plan for groundbreakinq ceremonies in February for the first unit of the new Temple Beth Shirah. The ouilding will go UD en the first of the four acres of land purchased recently at SW 120th st. and 77th ave. Left to right are Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, Leo Martin, Leon Roth, Bernard Mandler, and Rabbi Morris Skop. Not pictured are Morris Herman. Seymour Drexler, Marvin Hollub. Max Newmark, Abe Smuklei, Brian Harelik, William Aaronson. David Schaecter, Paul Hiller. and I. W. Baros. THE WEEK... US I SEE II the interruption of trade with that countrj The vote was Oil tor. 16 a ainst 23 abstentions. Israel voted for the resolution as ;• whole in a plenary session of the Assembly but only alter the body had turned down efforts to ballot on separate clauses in the draft including those opposed by Israel Ambassador Abraham Darom, Israel's representative in the Assembly's Special Political Committee, which had previously passed the identical resolution, had told that group, prior to the voting, that Israel was convinced some cf the clauses "go beyond what the Assembly could properly ask of sovereign states." ning the clause 1 bsnnii e and diplomatic 1 tions Mr. Darom had stated "Each vernmenl is obliged to exercise its own best judgment, and then to account to its Parliamenl and itpeople for its action Concerning the article requesting the Security Council to consider smith African expulsion from IN membership. Israel declared it -does not consider that such a step would he conducive to the result which it sought "' "On the contrary," Israel declared, "if South Africa ceased 1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach (Conservative) Announces the Resumption of Late I Evening Services for the 1962-63 S Tonight DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Will Preach on "ISRAEL REVISITED" CANTOR HIRSH ADLER will chant Assisted by the Temple Choir Under the direction of Mrs. Florence Goldring Continued from Page 4-A jy the tender minds in his %  barge. He neither promised any 'immediate investigations." nor iid he view the situation as "scrims is lewd and pornographic literature more devastating to Boy Scouts than the Myron C %  material in which Norman 3enson traffics? Of is this, by contrast, to be aken as a reflection lom's tacit approval 1 f bigotry? Perhaps, it statement of the of stunted adult understandhere morality relates ti sex ,nly — in which case, it should henceforth be increasingly difficult to tell, except by their shoulder-patches, who are the Scouts, and who the Masters, I suggest to Mr. Mozo that the anti-Semitic literary sourceMr, Benson circulates are as catastrophically insulting to the teen a mind as catalogues ol erotica. If he and Scoutmaster Benson fad to agre< and remain silent, there i> now cause to wonder about both of them — whether they, too. for example, listen to "Freedom Voice" attackagainst "UN-lovers, d< -gooders, extreme middle of the roaders, one-world-1 #* GO s GO ELECTRIC ers, dupes and sympathizers"? GREATER MiAMM CHEYRA KAOtStlA ami CHESED SUtlt. 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Friday, November 16, 1962 *Jenls§> fhnridtiaur Page 5-A Chaim Weizmann: As Seen by Prime Minister %  %  %  DAVIO BEN GURICN h.iim Weizmann v at ni l -i m the greal galaxy "i ,i ;h i. aders in our genrra ,i ii re '''i'ii there were ol!: figures whose aehii i i a< !i in hi ov M field, wer %  iding and glorious. Ban de Rothsi hild, from the %  ~ Jewish a I il of our ancii I ri th ". a man %  %  r I M Woes Mount For the Jews Of Algeria 7:r.tinued from Page 1-A I ati reported in London this '•c r„ "liit 21 rabbis from Algeria had (ready been placed in the refwjM -swollen Jewish communities M France •spiritual leaders Dr • : plan made his report al a me< %  of the Standing Committee inference ol European Rab-,ii(l also that vinous Jew ish communities had inthe number ol Jewis religi oilier pel sonnel to meet U of the newcomers, than 1750,000 to aid North Jewish refugees in France 1 ed to the recently formL urgency Aid Fund %  %  f the 0 nf< rei i European imunit) Sen ices, al the lion's third annual as %  k inds, uf hich more than has already l)*--n raised, ed by Jewish lea Ii European countries. The will be used to supplement given to the new comers TJJ •it Distribution Committee Fri mil Go\ernment in el• %  • absorb some 180.000 North refugees in France -.e complex of new needs crt"*d for the JDC by the mass movement of Jews was stressed in '*orts presented to the JDC's 1 fc*t-i annual Country Directors Ccr,*\-tnc; simultaneously in sesvon in Geneva. Moses A. L€t...itt, of New York, JDC execu''v .ice chairman, pointed out thft due to the uprooting of over JW'.UUO Jews from their homes in f b' past 18 months, the needs which JDC must meet in 1963 muil be substantially greater man *hose of the past year. • maining Jewish inhabitants Mo.siem countries are estimated 1 600. In these countries, the JDC ictwork of activities aids "i.OOO persons each year. In spin t emigration from some of unines, the needs for 1%3 i'greater rather than less. of the weakening of local 1 '' a ip and the worsening of • "ii ic conditions, the reports and in so generous a spirii for the benefit <.f his people a id the reconstruction of its land. Evci : ;,t. r and nobli r the achievement of T h e o .1 11 Herzl i en or I ears Zioi :J^ ;) I'azzling met across Ihe grey a /y-lad< B; p i I t| of a b I th I Double Success V lie II. Ru fie i %  .ii .• I. 1 Semil ist, It was I vhich % % %  .al Ihe r I <>: his /. itl He was a s list n I. as e belie\ed in grow'h b; lion, : i limi s ei. %  • %  obli\ IOUS of the facl thai Ihe ways of history .ue different ln>m those ol nature, and thai even in nature there oci ur sudden explosions The greal wonder is that while Rothschild with his millions and his em rositj tailed in his practical en eavors, and Herzl with his v ision and Ins noble perso ality could not succeed in the sphere "i politics, Weizmann labSoc i Singles Dance B'rlth Social Singles are .. dance party with enter t on Saturday evening at noral hotel. Organized six 'i. the club includes single and professional men and •n. and has a planned program 'ies. Jewish was Chaim Weizmann. No other Jew in the Diaspora ever reached his internationa (status. Weizmann. like Herzl. was born with the crown of statesmanship on his head. They were the elec". of the people before they had yet beei i lected. The Balfour Declar ation. the first i;reat political VK I i Zioni: i':. .' as achieved b> lout his having been r of the Zionisl Exec* Y > %  Weiz nann represi e than men ly a fusion of poll. • i d pr tical Zioni n N from 1 pin, ui tood of I >ctent t I. No Zionist %  I ... • m> ed tl element .. unique sj i : hip Historic photo shows Dr. Chaim Weizmann (left) and Dr. Stephen Wise, world-renowned spirkual leader of Reform Jewry. oured and succeeded in There was in him an harmonious fusion of political vision and practical exertion. His every thought and action sprang from deep roots, which were closely intertwined 'Mih those ot the Jewish people on the one hand, and with science ami practical wisdom on the other That was the secret cf his greatness and his historic ach e\ I. of his influence and his international renown. V ne of the gn at international figures which have emerged from the Jewish people in modern tin.es reached greatness on the strength of their activities as Jews or among .lews. The only great ii trmational ligure who was truly Reached His Goal w izmann suffered many disintments in his life, but unlike other great leaders, he was destined to reach the goal of his life, to see the emergence of the State for which he had labored as no other man did. He was •red to become the first Pri sidenl of Israel reborn. Weizmann the mortal man has departed. Weizmann the man ot" destiny—that dazzling imagewill never be dimme.l. The Odyssey Of Sir Moses Ezekiel The Biblical injunction against makinggraven images is responsible for the absence of .lew s from the roster of great artists until relatively modern times. In the nineteenth century, however, with the expansion of religious and political liberty, Jews who were attracted to the arts were able to study and develop their talents. The most famous of these was Moses Jacob Kzekiel. Born in Richmond, Virginia. Ezekiel was drawn to painting and sculpture at an early age. When the Civil War broke out, however, Kzekiel entered Virginia Military Institute and enlisted in the Confederate Army. He was 17. At the war's end he returned to the Institute and was graduated. Since there was no art school in America at the time. Ezekiel went to Berlin as a student at the Royal Academy of Art. Three years later ill 1872, he attained recognition with his statue of Washington: he was admitted to the exclusive Berlin Society of Artists. Ezekiel's bas-relief, "Israel," won him the Michael Beer Prix de Home and took him to that city. He was to spend the next II years there. From his studio in the Daths of Diocletian, and later in the Belisarius Tower, came a spate of sculpture, numbered literally in the hundreds. To his studio came the leading notables of the world-Garibaldi. d'Annunzio, even the King and Queen of Italy. The King knighted Moses Jacob Ezekiel. Among his friends were both Robert K. Lee and Franz Liszt. Ezekiel's long productive life ended in 1917. His will specified that he be buried in his beloved native land. Fittingly,he is interred in Arlington National Cemetery at the foot of the Monument to Confederate War Dead which he himself designed. First with the Finest Cigarettes through Lorillard research C.Jt>: f. lorillord Ca,



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November 16, 1962 kwitf nk/r/rrfK.-THn Page 11-A Arabs Should be Told Facts of Life ,,. sHINGTON (JTAJ — 'Hie. ( h.uinim Otto Pajsnuin, of the Arab refugees should be taken out in, vrab refugees should be H u f* ^eigh Operations Approoi refugee camps and permanently tun at they cannot expect to re prlations Subcommittee, it was rerelocated in Arab states rather than ,, their former homes in Isvealed m testimony made publie dreaming of a return to Israel. He Harlan Cleveland. Assistant ,lerc sai.! that "for the United States to ary ol State for International Kep Passman. Louisiana Demo, be cognizant of that situation and izatton Affairs, agreed with n at. told Mr. Cleveland thai the "t be forthright, and just tell 'ho < %  people thai this i.> proposi!'ii thai will never be solved iunbelievable." Mr. Cleveland affirmed Rep. Passman's statement that Arab refugees lived only to reclaim a "house" in Israel and that "those people know they will not get the house back." Rep. Passman said the Arabs should be told "the •facts as they are, and action should be taken accordingly." He said he would vote for funds permanently relocate the Arab refugee* fie told Mr. Cleveland: "II you would come clean with Mil se people and let them know the score, you could eonie before this Committee for funds to relocate them." only CASH can keep them coming... This is a year of massive immigration. Tens of thousands are on the way to Israel and other lands. Thousands more await their turn. Help save every life that can be saved. Make your pledge their ticket to freedom. Mounting immigration also means mounting costs for settlingin. Only cash can provide housing, medical care, and the job-training that makes newcomers self-supporting. And only cash can help the sick and disabled, the aged and children in Israel and 27 other countries who depend on us for life-saving aid. Save and build lives with CASH. Pay your pledge to our community campaign for the United Jewish Appeal-TODAY. Give much more—to sve more llvee UNITED JEWISH APPEAL $35,000,000 SPECIAL FUND In addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN MwMim turn wmnmm •WMIHM iimmm •w "*'"'•"'" w *" ,I6AN IN 1962, UJA MUST RAISE $95,000,000 To make possible this vital lifesaving aid to 600,000 In Israel: Help to 335,000 immigrants, new and old-including transportation, reception assistance and housing help for new immigrants, and expanded absorption aid to unabsorbed immigrants of previous years. In Other Overseas Lands: Aid to 255,000 Jewish men, women and children-including food, shelter, medical care, vocational training, other constructive help. In USA: Assistance to 10,000 Jewish refugees, .here or expected. CASH WEEK NOVEMBER 19-26 CASH Can make this a Happy Thanksgiving for thousands Pay your Combined Jewish Appeal Pledge today. C.J. A. 1317 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Florida FR 3-0411



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I er 16, 1962 • P-wixlh Fl,r rrirfliirbir Page 11-5 L I Breakfast Will Launch Project Bi th Toi %  mgregation ill %  .ir Book kick. MI breakfasi Sunday morning at .. m, i. will in lude Richard GerDade Ci it; State Attorney; Dan Diefenbacher, mayor of North : Bead Donald Pierce, prinNorl I Miami Beach Junini High School; Edward N Blews, principal <>i Sabal Palm Elemental School: and Rabbi Max Lipschitz spirit leader of Beth Torab, Mr: Leon 3 alloway and Tod Klamitz are co-chairmen of the book committi Transmit Ada ism, Katz Tells UAHC RAJUI DAVID EfCNNORN JWB Chaplaincy Field Director Studies Spiritual Needs of Service Personnel Da' i I Max Eichhorn ar.,. in Miami this week to visit. the part-time and full-time Jewish cha| %  serving the spiritual and morale need"t members of the i s Armed Forces now stationed ; I orida. R; bbi Eichhorn is director of field operation.for the CommissfDJ/IUND XOSfNBtRG Jev i haplaincy of the J< i Welfare Board. '. the wke of the Cuban crisis, we hi. been anticipating a r-sing number of Jewish service men and women in the State of Florida. Rabbi Eichhorn declared. He said he was here to mam sure "if "all their needs art being met wherever possible i rn was being aci i ; .lined on his study tours of null tar installations lure b> Edmund Rosenberg, consultant for i si JWB in l tucago, ill who arin Miai i earlier last week meetings ith Greater Miami jew I, c itj leaders and orthe Jewish < % % %  ••' res ibility toward tri nt service personn the S Florida area x ictly how many %  ns are involved, %  i umbi il chaplains needed to service them," Rabbi Eichhorn explained "In the first place, that's classified information. In the second place, we really haven't been full) told ourselves at this point."' But Rabbi Eichhorn did reveal thai, as of now. there is a fulltime Jewish chaplain. Rabbi Allied Landsberg, at Sanford Naval Station and. beginning Dec. 15, there will be a full-time chaplain at Eglin Air Force Base. According to Rabbi Eichhorn, there is a rigid priority involved in making full or part-time chaplaincy appointments. As the ,-)Ovrnment-authorized aoercy to overlook the spiritual and morale needs of Jewish servicemen, JWB must first ecclesiastically endore a rabbi before he will be considered by U.S. authorities. Chaplaincy appointments go to the nearest available rabbi who has been himself a military chaplain. Barring the availability ol such a person, appointments go to rabbis .ho have had mil't.irs service other than in the chaplaincy. •"Once he has the appointment, a rabbi keeps it," Rabbi Eichhorn >aid. "as long as ins services are deemed satisfactory by the U.S. Government." Rabbi Eichhorn left Miami Tuesday to visit instauotons in Sanford, Orlando and Tampa. Meanwhile, he announced jointly with Rosenberg "the first attempt at Sabbath services this weekend at Opa-locka." An editorial contributor to the recently-published "Rabbis in Uniform." Rabin Eichhorn noted that six South Florida rabbis are former is chaplains. They are Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Menorah; Samuel .lalle. Beth El Ol Hollywood; Mordecai Podet, Temple Judea; Allen Rutchik, din ctor ol the Southeast region of the United Synagogue of America; Morton Shall wilz, Con Yehudah M I I )r Aaron Kahan, executive director, mi Committee for State Israel B inds Label K;ii/. International presidi i.t ol B'nai B'rith, told a capac itj audience Sunday night that "over 12 000 Jewish students in Argentina have no interest In Judaism today." Said Katz: "They are turning to alien ideologies—to the philosophies ol the leftists and radicals— and the leaders of Argentina s Jewish community fear for the future as a result ol this trend as much as they fear the recent outbursts ol anti-Semitism." Katz reported on his recentlycorcludau trip to Buenos Aires at a meeting of the combined campaign of the Southeast region of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in the Dupont Plaza hotel. Warned Katz: "That's why the role of U.S. Jewry is so critically important today." Katz' stay in Buenos Aires came on the heels of a trip to India. Israel, and Australia. In a broad reference to the "cultural dehydration" of the world's second largest Jewish community, some 2,500,ooo Jews in the Soviet Union, he told Miami's Reform Jewish leaders: "The once thriving and nourishing life of art. literature and scholarship in Eastern Europe is gone, with the Jews of the Soviet Union, particularly, suffering from the non-exitence of Jewish institutions, a handful of synagogues not permitted to entertain relationships among each other, no Yiddish theatre, and no newspapers.'' Declaring that "Jews are being suffocated there," Katz said that "it is for the Jews of the United States, the largest and most powerful Jewish community in our history, to examine the role we must now play in the perpetuation of Judaism." As a result of the Nazi holocaust dessimation of the Jewish ci mmunity of Eastern Europe, and following the increasing limbo into which the Jews of the Iron Curtain countries are now falling. Katz suggested that "we can no longer be importers of Jewish scholarship." "These traditional sources are now dea i n> us." he said, "dessimated and physically destroyed." In an appeal to the Sunday night gathering, Katz noted that "American Reform Judaism must now make a unique contribution to the world. It must develop a kind of scholarship and Judaism to which we can relate, and which can have meaning for Jews of today. "The continuity of the Jewish Doral Beach Hotel Names Manager .lean Suits, vice president and i %  cutive director of Doral Beach 1 and <"' onto Club, has antounced the apmini m e n i of harles \i Rons •,m as general lanager of the lor a I Beach hoel, on the ocean t 48th St., Miami leach. The new Otel is schedul.i to open in Janary, 1963. Rousseau has of experience in United Slates and European hotel operations. A native of France. Rousseau has been active in South Florida hotel management since 1946. and has been associated with such South Florida hotels as the Diplomat, the Balmoral, and the Ritz in Cannon, France. people and their-relationship to one another—this is the underpinning of our survival and identy throughout the ages. American Jewry's contribution to this continuity must now become the unifying force of the Jewish people everywhere in the world— whether in the Soviet Union, Australia, Israel, or the U.S." In another reference to the importance of training young people in the Jewish heritage and trauition. Katz warned: "Do not consider them your children only, but your builders, as well. The ch~riren of today are tomorrow's leaders." Said Katz: "The tragedy would be if they came to these positions of leadership without the knowledge and understanding of our Jewish history and a profound reverence for our Torah—if they were to develop as cultural cripples. "This." he said, "would sign the death knell of the American Jewish community and. recalling the recent information imparted to n|in Buenos Aires, perhaps oi t 1 world Jew ish community." Dr Joseph R. Narot, spiritu leader ol Temple Israel, introduced Kaiz. General chairman of the dinner was Robert II. Newman, ot Temple Beth Am Dr. Herbert Baumgard, spiritual leader of Beth Am. narrated a film on the region's Southeast Camp institute in Clevi land. (ia. Sam Levenson, national vice chairman of the combined campaign, led the appeal. Some S20.COO was pledged at the dinner for the campaign which supports the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion, rabbinic seminary of Reform Judaism. Six South Florida Reform congregations are continuing their dnv-i here to meet the region's $55,000 goal. Program also included a musical presentation led by Cantor David. 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Friday, November 16. 1962 % Shevin Named Legislative Aide Miami attorney Robert Shevin is appointed this week as legisc aide to the Pade delegation current session of the State -Mature. shevin, of 1901 S\V 87th ct, is a her of the Miami Economic sory Council and prominent in ,\ii' organizations. uncement <>f his appointment from Representatives Carey ith ;irui Earl Faircloth. tor of the Hank of Miami and president of the Op; Club of Miami, Shevin has as a director of the Miami Symphony and Youth Em: Service. He is a mem• it the Miami Dade Chamber merce, Young Democrats, al Children's Cardiac Borne, • lc Sclerosis Society, the local i pti r of Muscular Dystrophy. president of l'i Lamda Phi \ i Assn. •, h i #? fhrkNnin Page 13-B SCOPE by ALAN SHECTER MU-tftf SHtVIN National Body Reelects Grant A. Grant, H49 Ancona Coral Gables, was reelected i xecuth e board of the NaFederation <>t Temple Brothat its 19th biennial eonvenBaltimore, on Nov. io. a No will serve on the board Jewish Chautauqua Society, therhood's major educationct ir interfaith under lent of the Southeast FlorI ihi Hoffman. Kathy Wells, Jaj Marlene Gerstein, Joe Clifford Gordon and Arnold %  Ira Mogul is in charge ol -. Proceeds go to the school building fund. ation is available from Henry J Nelson Poale Zion Branch Slates Election "ii of officers will be on i nda of the meeting of the Zion Chaim Green berg ; "ii Tuesday evening. Dr. Nathanial Soroff. consultant I the Bureau of Jewish Kducawill conduct the meeting to it Farband Cultural Cen" B42 Washington ave. Zev Haumgold, of New York, executive secretary of the Labor UJA Department, will be speaker. Book Month Will Be Marked Here Three public meetings have been planned to celebrate Jewish Book Month in the community, according to announcement by Al Sherman, chairman of the Book Month committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education. First meeting will be held on Monday evening, Nov. 26. at Beth Torah Congregation, in cooperation with the PTA and Men's Club of Beth Torah. Theme of the program will be "Changing Image of the Jew in Modern Fiction" Panel speakers will be Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, and Mrs. Hilary Mindlin, his wife, book editor of The Jewish Floridian. A special book fair will be arranged with the cooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Second meeting will be held on Monday evening, Dee. 3. at the Oceanfront Auditorium. 10th st. ai 'I Ocean dr Theme will be 'TinShti tl,' dealing with the culoi the villages of Eastern l irope \ -|.. cial film, The Ghetto Pillow ," portraying the panorama of shtetl lit'', births weddings, synagogues, courtships and holidays of daily life, through the paintings of the Jewish artist, Samuel Rothbort, will be shown. The paintings v ill be on display .a a special art exhibit at Templt Beth Sholom, ] eginning Dec. 9. The program till also include readings from Shtetl literature by Mrs. Alfred Stone and a discussion oi the literature of the ghetto by Marim Kurman. former instructor at the Bureau's College of Jewish Studies The program will be repeated on Wednesday, Dec. 5th, 8:30 p.m. at Temple Menorah. Cholesterol conscious connoisseurs will be "heartened" by what I've just learned from Cardiologist David A. Nathan, former chairman ol Mi. Sinai Hospital's Department ol Medicine. Dr Nathan and Dr. Sol Center have spent much of the past two years experimenting with a 5-oz. gadget called a pacer. This small, transistorized invention has been successfully placed inside the chests oi five local heart : atients, using the electrical impulses in their bodies to pump Mood at a more normal rate than can be attained from the larger pacemakers currently in wider use. Before you lunge for that rich chocolate ice cream, keep in mind that Dr. Nathan still warns against eating cholesterol-producing foods. Next project for the Miami Beach physician should be some sorl ol pacer that he can attach to himself to make his golf shots more accurate I saw Bobby Nathan whip his dad on the Bayshore course with the ease of a pro. Dr, Nathan prescribes a better alternative: He figures he can still win golf matches by playing against less talented competition; so he challenges me. Y< ung Bobby talks about studying medicine. He should have a wonderful inspiration in his lather — as heart specialists everywhere give increasing attention to Dr Nathan's research into an amazing little life-saver smaller than a door knob. Simply Abstract It was a surprise to learn that the man who wrote such a simple little ditty like "Shortnin" Bread" has musical tastes that are complex and abstract. But Miami's Jacques Wolfe pleads guilty. Not many oi us have ever heard of his three favorite composer — Austrians Schoenberg, Webern and Berg. And although Wolfe admits that the ir music idisonant and hard to listen to .it first, he has become imbued with these masters of modern music and lias found reward and enjoyment in their experiment-, with musical structure. Wolfe cairn.his preference for modern concepts into his hobby, photography lie has developed some fascinating abstract photographs by shooting moving lights of all colors at night, employing such techniques as an open shutter and multiple exposures. Quite a thing for a noted composer also to be a photographer whose pictures are frequently exhibited. In photography, and in music, some folks say Wolfe is brilliant. Others say he is "way out." Nobody says he is old-fashioned. Side-Splitting Problem When interior designer Bob Rubinstein decorated Martha Raye's Miami Beach apartment in an Early American motif, hefelt she was stepping out of character in her demands A home should reflect the owner's personality," he says. What about people with split personalities?" I asked. "They should live in split-level homes, he replied. A 5-year-old bachelor. Rubinstein has some serious ideas about interior design, including a knack to find fabrics that can withstand Florida's semi-tropical climate. He admits with a grin that he often finds such fabrics in California. 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iay, November 16, 1962 • 'Je*ist>nor id in,n Page 13-A SAYINGS OF FATHERS Taanit, 16. ',' tac\dotn and fasting avail. penUnC4 and good deeds. • • Sandhedrin, f). Iiljim cannot stand in ihe u'here penftdtiti stand. •i Rabbati, 44. .1 repents o\ hit id then returns to the sam< %  m i trulj repented. • &f • II it, \ 1 %  m : I out garmenu ft i UUT ions. • %  II .v. :27b. %  thy youth Ei il I %  • m written "Thou shall ii • ini 1 I before the m > u>ithm thee ~a I L*\ 19:32. 3n OL IZeaL Of JHi ianii 9 Irreligious d*~ije D 12 \\ i test ion JTj ox \y d is the Hebrew calendar? of the Hebrew calendar ..illy published In the H b\ Hillcl II. These rules eviously considered as a ience. Rabbi Akiba In the century already taiiuht his [! these rules. It was the p lions during the reign of ii e that prompted the Liin (he fourth century to foriblish these rules lest by on of the people they be i tten and lost to us. • 'hy is it that the days of the wk Have no names in the Hebrew language but are referred to by numbers, i.e. the first day, the second day, etc? Referring to the days of the week number serves two functions. rst, it reminds us of the creation; is when we say that Sunday, for ample, is the first day, it cars with it the idea that it was lirst day of creation. This a.-ure constantly reaffirms our ief in the Divine Creator. Secily, using numbers for the day, the week, impresses upon us il the week is centered on the | Ij Sabbath—because the seventh y 'referred to as the Sabbath the only day with a name.' • • ". is it that on the Sabbath before, the new moon appears, an announcement is proclaimed in the synagogue telling the exact hour, minute and second of the appearance of the new moon? | is done to make us aware wonders and scienific preof nature. Instead of ret the coming of a new Dnth as a page on a paper calms announcement is made the Jew can stand in awe pi revcrance over the spectacle iral phenomenon. In gentl • %  announcement of the coni: ill the new moon in the syna•gui A as meant to alert the popto watch for it and to proaim lie proper benediction when in A moon finally appears. The Best Opinion Tells Us That We Can't be Neutral By RABBI NOPMAN N. SHAPIRO Beth Davii Congregation A ( Hi ague wrote nut so Ii ng ago: "To make a wrong choici deplorable, h-it to make no ch is tragic." Here, it sei ms to me, lies the real tragedy of the • >called neutral nations or individuals The word "neutral" con i • from two words in the Latin anil French, meaning "not either." To embrace a neutral position suggests avoiding issues—eschewing controversy and shunning taking a stand. In the world today, the East ana the Wesl arc involved in a "cold war'" which we pray to God may never become "hot." There is also a third so-called neutral category somewhere in that nebulous grey ana between East and West. India i> the best known member of this group of nation-. It is my firm conviction that in actuality there can be no such thing as a truly "neutral" nation or individual. Day in and day out we. as human beings, arc faced with making decisions. Granted, our choices are not always absolute in character, that is. between black and white. Sometimes the outlined area is shaded or grey. In many of our decisions, we also encounter the elements of good and evil. Ofttimes we become neutral by adopting "a plague on both your houses" attitude. By not exercising our prerogatives to vote, by not reaching decisions, by not supporting right against wrong, we are enabling corrupt persons or corrosive ideas to succeed—all because of default and inertia We can understand why institutions frequently fail in accomplish-1 ment—be they religious, philanthropic, cultural or social. If decisions, i directions and affirmations are lacking, then the organization is the! loser and there is resultant chaos. This is particularly apparent in our Jewish religious life, where the concept of "pareve" should have no! place. As Jews, we can no longer afford the luxury of a neutral "do-1 nothing attitude." Our compelling need now is active and dedicated Jews, whose main resolve will be to undertake responsibilities and fulfill them. It was probably with thest> forebodings in mind, the lack of response in synagogue members, that Rabbi Israel H. Levinthal wrote a book some years ago called "Steering or Drifting, Which?" Today, we share his concern with the "Parevediger" Jew, the neutral or indifferent synagogue member. By fighting the tide, by courageously embracing popular or unpopular causes, by actively identifying ourselves with our religious cultural heritage, we evidence our being alive. In Pirke Avot, we receive the following sage advice (Ethics of the Fathers—2:li Rabbi Judah the Prince editor of the Mishna (135-220 CE), taught: "Which is the right course that a man should choose for himself: That which is a bride to him who pursues it and which also brings him honor from mankind." Centuries later, it was Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) who wrote a statement that is completely applicable to being 'Parevedig": 'They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." s e r v i c c 3 Jli i s LUe c h c n J 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 prooT of their lateness. HGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. R.ibDi Isaac tver. — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ve Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. ShapiroCantor William W. Liool1 Ida) • 15 |i HI. Saturday 9 a.m i i Vit/.\ ah: Mli hai I Judil, nun ol Mi. and Mi s. Irving 1 la> Is. • — BETH EL. 500 Sw inn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Scruff. I i uiay 5:1.1 l> m. SatonUo R 10 a m St-rmon: "The Faith ol Abraham." RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO against the fide ^Jinow Ljcttr Ksonyrecjatiens UrVlS STIRNiHtIN %  %  %  president of Beth David Beth David Congregation Beth David Congregation was; originally organized in 1912 under the name of B'nai Zion. Five years later, in 1917. the congregation was reorganized, and the name changed to Beth David. In that year, a site was purchased at the corner of NE 2nd ave., and 7th st. I By 1920. the rapidly expanding Jewish population of Greater Miami made it necessary for the coni gregatiOD to purchase a new site) at NW 3rd ave, and in 1925, after, Beth David engaged the first per-j manent rabbi in the community. and established the first religious! school. Not too many years later, be-: cause of the growth of the membership of Beth David, it became apparent that the physical facilities at NW 3rd ave. were inadequate, and on March 13, 1949, ground was broken at SW 3rd ave. and 26th rd., which location Beth David now occupies. The synagogue is 80 to 240 ft and has provision for seating more than l,MO congregants it is Rom ,.n Corinthian in design, and has %  n open rotunda at the mam enranee, with eight massive colu supporting a dome 50 tl in er, which extends over | art ol : | %  igue. r loubiing %  B th David is now able com! This page is prepared in ; cooperation tfith the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. RABBI MAX A. L1PSCIUTZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOI OMON SCHIFP" Gems of Wisdom • ably to accommodate its school enrollment of 600, from nursery to post-confirmation level. Beth Davids facilities include a ballroom of some 7.500 sq. ft., which a.ljoins the main sanctuary. This now permits the entire membership and their families to worship together under one roof. The ballroom, known as Spector Hall, has been the scene of many weddings, theatre parties, receptions, concerts, dinners, and dances. Rabbi Norman Shapiro is spiritual leader Lewis Sternshcin is president of the congregation. Louis Seitlin is Men's Club president, and Mrs. Louis Seitlin is president oi the Women's Auxiliary, proI. V BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. Frlilaj 8:15 p.m. Riehard lchuk and K ranu i. "f thi Junior Congregation, will conduct thi service. Batm %  :.!\ v i • a.m. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or thodo* Rabbi H. Louis Rcttman I 114 I.I > 5:2o |.m Sal irday 9 -i m, Sermon: "Thi Personality of Abrahum." — e — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamclwi. IIdn.i : %  ::;•' p.m. Sal irrtaj • SO n m .-. i in-ii : "Federal Aid i>> School* • — BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Israeli Gave] to I" presented bj Dr. Aaron Kalian, exeouI ti\>director "f Greater Miami Comn ttei for Israi I Bonds. Hla ibjecl "The Bond Between Vn." Jacobson, congregation president, will accept the gav< I, Negev Awards to • I,during Oneg bhabbat Saturday 8:15 a.m. Sermon: •'Mad Laughter." -• — BETH TFILAH. 9?.5 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. lMtn at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Are you Part % %  f the Problem or the Answer?" Satnrdav s.: 4r. a.m. Sermon: "Sarah, II.itar. and the ShunamlU—A Study (.( Mothers." liar Milzvah: Hart, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Morris Alderman. CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 87SS SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabhi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. FViday 5:15 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The First and L-ist Ileligious Jew. Saturday K:45 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Roger, s^n of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Aidman. — e — OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richtir. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday sir, p.m. Sunday school pupils t,. be consecrated. Sermon: "children Of the Book." Saturday 8:80 a in. Sermon: "Weekly Portion. Bar Miizvah at Mincha .' %  p.m.: Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvvln GelKr. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 5:18 and f:15 p.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Saturday 8:80 a.m. — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen Frldav 5:i8 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "8eelng the Poaltlve." Ones Bhabbal hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schiff in honor of their anniversary. e — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643S SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday vn p.m. Sermon: "Treasures ..f Jewish Wisdom." Saturday I a,m. Bar Milzvah: Michael Roy, son "I Mr and Mis. Joseph I., m.i. who will host Oneg sh.iidi.it in bis honor Friday \, ning. • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berqer. Friday B:15 p.m. Sermon: "Divide and Be enquired." Saturday 9 am. • — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Retorm. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Later Thoughts i'ii the Cuban Crisis Saturday 11:15 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Neal, json "f Mi and Mi-. Paul Calluru. : TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave Reform Pabbi Samuel Jaff* i lay 8 p in. Consecration of m w members. Sermon: "On the Rites and | Rights of ''in Temple Membership." Saturda) il a.m. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstruction^. R a h 1.1 Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb l-i I.lav N 15 p.m. St rmon l: \\ ith a Causp." Satui das 10:80 a.m. s. imon: "The First Jew. e — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 Chsst ave. Liberal. Ra'.bi Leon Kronen Cantar David Coni<" Po Bar GEMS OF WISDOM V fd tin' B and %  %  %  '''• i "*> BEN-GI 'UON. • • The Sword a id Bi o\ i me f' Heaven it'rapped together, and the Holy One said "Keep what is writ-, n ,„ ihu Boolt or be delivered ,:. ord. ELI AR II v. R. • • ; %  ),. %  • i ler it a pr : | Ul for a :, •. %  •.:!: his ton Hit u'lll not hesitate to do the >.. n< u %  :' %  his pert. MAIMONID1S • • : .. %  : %  to the < % % % %  'J' whi % %  : ; lets his B >o\ fall to %  :, c ground. SEFI rZOT VI HUDA. • MilzvahJai k, son of Mr. and Mis Hamld Wissner; Jonathan, son ol airs Eleanor Pell and Mr. Burton PelL — • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. ., „ Fi-lrday 8:30 p m, "Will *ou r-H White Lie?" Oneg Bhabbat t" >> %  si., nsored by Sisterhood. Saturdaj youth sen ii e 9:80 a.m. — e — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing. ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Retorm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Borntein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'Can tn€ Liberal Jewlah Lntellectaal be comfortable in the Bynagoguer — • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown. Frldav H:15 p.m. fUT Sabbath to be I eh -orated. Guest speaker: DArdcl I.NVal Heller. Topi,-: "Why OUT?" Saturday 1(>:30 a.m. Has Mitzvah: Ieborah Judith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Green. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. — • — TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. I-Tid.iv 8:15 p.m. ollT Sabbath. Sermon: "Rehabilitating Ourselves by Training." Oneg Bhabhal in honor of 50th anniversary of'Mr. and Mrs. Kills Zalman and of Miami lieach AlLt< rnoon chapter of OUT. — • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. I Friday 8:16 p.m. < >RT Sabbath to be celebrated. Quest speaker: Mrs. Seymour Shafran. Tuple: "Children— Lost and Found." Saturday ll a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Peter, s>-n of Mr. and, Mrs. Lee Howard. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glanti. Fridaj 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Words. Oneg Shabbal hosts: Members of Sisterhood. Saturday v a.m. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851 Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabDl Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack Lerner. — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Zvi Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Tin Name Shall be Abraham'' Saturday X:I5 -, .1,1. Sermon: "The Altar of Fi-eedom." — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. !' Idas • I0 p.m. Sermon: "TinSodom Mud Clemoran %  •( Modern Times Baa Milzvah: Veda, daughter "f Mr and Mrs, ijov • Levin, who will be hoata at Oneg Bhabbat in her honor. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Rteinmet7. Cantor Maurice (*• %  i i i,i.,v 8:15 p in Sermon: "vl I Ouest?" Saturdayy 9 a.m. Bar Milzvah: Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs, Murray HeaTO. — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. n-ihodox Rabbi SI"'"'" Rtaoher Friday 5 IS p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. S. rin.'.n: "Giving Thanlis and ReCeiVina Thanks'' Bar Mltsvah: Michael I', rlmutter. *•'"' T < CANDLEUGHTING TIME 19 Heshvon — 5:14 p.m. T ..J



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Page 10-B if^utnr/in^r Friday, November \i The Courier William Lader, Surfsider who heads Hillel ;ii Florida State University, has been organising Saturday services before FSU football games, and has also organized ;i Thanksgiving party for Jewish undergraduates at the Tallahassee school Herschel Rosenthal, vice president .'! Hauler Federal S;i\ in^s. lias been appointed chairman of the YK\\ eral Taxation Committee of the Society of Savings and Loan Con trailers Col. Mitchell Wolfson, president of Wometco Enterprises, winning plaudits lor his Cuban crisis call for unity behind President Kennedy, which was aired on TV stations throughout the South Arthur I. Snyder, of No .Miami Beach, is new president of the state wide Municipal Judges Assn. Stanley M. Pred still serving as judge of El Portal. New president of the Pap Cancer Institute at Miami will be James Albert, Temple Beth Sholom leader Vice Mayor Ma! Englander's talk to the Bfach B'nai B'rith or. Tuesday was called 'The B.B. Calls the shots" Arthur M. Shandioff, of star Construction Co.. new member of executive committee ol Miami's ••Operation Fix-Up" New director of Riverside Bank is Thomas S. Trantham, Coral Gables attorney and University of Florida grad Martin Fine, chairman of the Miami Mousing Authority, has been appointed to Gov. Farris Bryant's Citizens Advisory Committee Jerome Berger has 200 exhibitors lined up for the 1962 Builders Home Show WTVJ has opened a South Palm Beach county bureau, headed by Hank and Miriam Cohen. The two will headquarter in Deliay Beach. • • • Rabbi Tiber Stern will act as chaplain for Civil Defense District No. 1 Reservations manager David Sudnow, ot the Carillon, reports a request for "a nice room, with a refrigerator for me and my wife to sleep in" Leonard Bernstein will be host for a closed circuit telecast Nov. 29 which will benefit the Orange Blossom Playhouse in Orlando and the National Cultural Center in Washington. D.C. Samuel L. Frisco, president Oi the Amateur Artists Assn.. of Greater Miami, reports that the group has 500 pieces of art on display at Dupont Pla/a center's Buildorama, comprising the lust Maun City Fail Art Exhibit. Warren Soned, director of Art Unlimited Gallery, will hold a >pecial preview aid reception this weekend of his exhibit ol modern Mexican a\r: at Ins gallery. 824i NE 2nd ave. No MiamiHenry M. Gilbert, Miami representative of National Life Insurance Company of Vermont, has won membership in the firm's li6.'5 President's Club Former Surisido Mayor Ei/jene Schwarz and onetime Vice Mayor Sam Rabin, now a successful night club promoter, were among those on hand lor the Surfside Community Center dedication Sunday Claude "epper gave a moving eulogy to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt And DAV ( ommander Ed Cooper outdid himsell in arranging Veterans' Da) ceremonies. ) r i At tenth annual dinner meeting of the GreatSeymour Samet. executive director: Jam-; R. er Miami chapter of the American Jewish ConKatzmcn. vice president and dinner cha,. mittee are seated (left to right) Mrs. Charles Leonard Wien. vice president and cha;; can Finkelstein. chairman of the executive commitof the awards committee; Col. Nath.. B. tee; David Fleeman, chapter president; and R. Rood, vice president; and lay Janis. sec: W. Apte. treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Leading AJCommittee Executive Believes Ecumenical Will Advance Religious Amity Mike Sossin. center of the into a kosher retirement hotel, iront hostelry, this one in the battle over changing the Coronet hotel is reported eyeing yet another ocean fashionable sixties, tor conversion Cap! Leo Gardner, affable head of El Al here expected to return from jsrael with big news on direct Miami-to Tel A\\ flights. It could be call."I keeping it in the family, what with Mechanics L'nlform Service president Jack Popick heading up the Israel Bond dinner honoring Joe Lipton, and his vice president. Al Sherman, servlinner chairman lor Technion Thai big testimonial for Jennie Grossinger sponsored by the Women's Division of the American Friends habeen shifted to Jan. 11 National Histadrut committee ieyeing a national conclave in Miami Beach in late February or e ~:.l! M' i behind United Fund, with chairman Jay Kislak proving one Ol tin' best leaders in UF history. Herbert L. Jacobson, former athletic director of the Greater Mi .immunity Center, who now works for Metro, was in the Leur tennis cl ; onships won by Mike Beikin .: Delra> Beach Miami Beach political insiders .-ay it's to led b> Wolfie Cchen, which will ('raw the entries of •i Mavoi Harold Shapiro, Dr. Leo Grossman, and Paul Grand, with Hal Herfi and Tec* Cohen -.till talking about going again, lncumMel Richard, Marcie Liberman and D. Lee Powell stepping up their own a<'.\it> as the Shapiro and Grossman booms .row. • • • [I was most learn thai the America-Israel Cultural establishini Itural center in Israel to be called the Beth Jo'eph Cherner. I nele Joe, with whom we worked lor many years i loth L'JA and Israel Bond activities, was a national leader wbo truly ing Israel His >.•>. Ruth, with whom several earhenna' returning to Washton, i vanci; to the Foundation to be used toward in in Zionist Activities, Joe would be proud i. ied on a> a national leader Perhaps the most significant dcvelopment in inter-religious understanding in the past hundred years will emerge from current discuss ions taking place at the Ecumenical Council in Rome, a leading executive of the American Jewish Committee believes. Ralph Friedman, national chairman of the administrative board ol AJCommittee. noted here "that Catholic concern for interracial and interreligious understanding is also being highlighted at Pro Deo University in Rome," where a chair in inter group relations has been foui (led with an endowment made 03 AJC. The idea for the course at the Catholic sponsored university's Institute of Sociology grew out of an audience which Pro Deo off : cials arranged in 1957 with the late Pope Piux XII and officials of the American Jewish Committee. Friedman was recently ill Miami to bring national greetings to the tenth anniversary meeting of the Greater Miami chapter. American Jewish Committee, at the Doral i, untry Club. The meeting featured an award to Mt. Sinai Hospital "in recognition of its pioneering contributions in the field ol intergroup relations;'' and to the Rl Rev Henry ; Loutil tor distinguished relig i< us lea lership in promoting mans understanding of his fellow man.'' Seymour Samet, executive director of the Miami chapter, was also cited for his dedication to the quest for freedom and dignity for all human beings and his leadership advancing these principles for his inestimable qualities as a teacher and leader —one endowed with ri • insights anc* sensitivities The meeting also featured i iding, 'What's Up lor Ton; by Julian Burg. James R. Kalzmai was chairman of t)>.: dinner ilcft was preceded by rksh • nanel discussion on social discnminai, n David B Flet nan '..i|>tor president. IN THE ROYAL. MANNER! 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:iday, November 16, 1962 legist Fhrktiar) Pago 9-B I—It u m i it i cy l\j yours, h r-lSTERHOOD ol Dale He : ghts Jewish Congre iation pi i %  n > (| "Command Performance," a ical review. Saturday night ii Hi. remple. Mrs. Murraj Kay. idenl of the Sisterhood, wore .• knit sheath, with matchcolored cashmere sweater med with a mink collar. Mrs. liernarri Klenet chose a k wool with a fitted bodice an impressed pleated skirt, The hack oi her bodice dipped and her accessories were in ..ill A chartreuse colored velvet he male was worn by Mrs. I! rold Kramer. A matching ired brocade blouse with a peter pan collar was featured uiththe cha-iel styled jacket thai i unpletert her ensemble. Mrs. i ml Levy's flora] print was tones and shades ol blues on Ahite. Her fabric was corduroy, and her ensemble was composed oi a -heath dress and a matching w si length jacket. A rich !ool •••_• chocolate i rown ?;lk sheath with n hip-length jacket was the choice of Mrs, Julius Kaplan. Her tailored ensemble featured a keyhole neck line in ihe bodice. Mrs. Bert Guluin selected muted frosted t anger in %  as her color for the night. Hei gored wool skirt had a matching cdorcd cardigan cashmere sweater over a sdk striped blouse of green, white and tangerine. %  ulRS. Benjamin Shapiro's wool "* suit was a pert looking black and white miniature check. Her fitted jacket was hip-lenuth and piped in black silk cord. A black silk shift, with a mandarin collar and long sleeve?, was chosen by Mr~ David Schendell. This was topped with a U i tai I i M r. B( n a d Ph ""-wi a sej -heath of narrov r< and blue stripes. A i coat i i %  hi as th" color worn ly Gn n. pan, I! %  threi E nil wool .' -! %  al i k rt • .i ji vel ked ..•> ei blou se and > il 1 The ii! i ii e effect •.< ai ried thri i h wit blu< acces >i ries, Vlrs, i a i lai : it! : %  luring; whit o| en i n i \ Su nuel I apli n's is mi'll c I ired floi :l m itii Her bod ce as fitted w ith a rounded neck line and her w a.lull. M R S Satiford Muchnick jel :* led a three-piece porcelain blue suit. Her sheath skirt had a matching three-quarter-length coat, both of which were in wool ine silk ovcrblouse was in a matching color. A textured wool tweed suit in black and brown was worn by Mrs. Joel Telles. Her jacket featured a mnd'fied stand-up portrait collar Mrs, Harry llausman's choice "as a dark iridescent green texturized fabric sheatii. Black silk cord trimmed her high round neckline and d"fined her waist. Her dress was topped with a fur-trimmed black cash mere sweater. Be'ge was the ihoice of Mrs. Ralph Eskenas. Her tailored set was composed of a woel sheath skirt, silk blouse and matching cashmere sweater. Talking over plans for the New Year's Eve dance of Temple Emanu-Fl Brotherhood are (left to right) Michael Sossin. president; Allen Goldberg, program chairman; Al Zablc. dance co-chairman; and Louis Spector, dance co-chairman. The Brotherhood also will serve as hosts for the Nov. 24 dinner at which Israeli Minister of Education Abba Eban will speak in honor of Joseph M. Lipton, congregationaj president. Asthma Research Is Highlighted Mrs Sidney Hittcrman. president of Miami Beach chapter of Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver, was to conduct a business meeting Thursday evening at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan bldg., Miami Beach. A report on fund-raising projects planned for the year was to be given by Mrs. Jerry Resnick, ways and means chairman, and a film ol her world travels was to be shown and narrated by Miss Edna Fin berg. "The hospital in Denver treats only the most desperate cases of asthma and allergies in children, and it needs help." said Mrs. Ritterman. "We hope to acquaint area resi. dents with the research being done at the Denver hospital and the treatments which are available to children in the Greater Miami area, as well as throughout the country." Medical Men Join Drive to Assist Center in Negev TODAY : 'r. Milton S. I.ubarr, Miami I dentist, has been named coin for physicians and denIs "l the campaign by Greater in Jewry to build a new medal center in Beersheba, Israel appointment was announced by Anna Brenner Meyers, overall nan. An active leader in the Israel Bond program, and for the American friends of the Hebrew Univer Dr. Lubarr has played a majrole in mobilizing American aid medical and dental projects in State of Israel A reception in behalf of the new lical center will be held Tues8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach ie of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rif5200 Alton rd. Riflcin, vie* president of the south Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, is founder of both 'echnion and Hebrew University Ho is a member of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. In Wilkes Barre, Pa., 1 Kin was one of the state's top for both the United JewAppeai and Israel 3onds. Leon Kronish, spiritual • ,. ; Ie Beth Sholom. PETER SELLERS frra, 'cVpen^HLJ fi)NO HIS EVERLASTING, \fawfcnq\ BELLV-LRU6MNG HlUtRITV • l TTl SMIAU %  VJNSiD.'V[ _Oprn 6 %  -S llWyiiTZ.FT„iTijRpnDoiis COIiiU Open 1:15 GBETAGARBOKMOHJ $ I PARKWAY I COnil way of 17th Opon6:45 Tke1?etu*o{Two MtouPJf&l Progress of the campaign to build a new medical center in Beersheba, Israel, is discussed by (left to right) Consul General David S. Tesher, Julius Cooper, William Agranove, Rabbi Lecn Kronish and Dr. Milton S. Lubarr. The S200.000 center is co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Business and Professional Council for Kupat Holim-Histadrut. I I drut. will speak at the Tuesday night reei Miami Business and Professionception. Recently returned from aJ council of Kupat Holim-llistaIsrael, where he helped determine !he site of the Negev medical center. Rabbi Kronish is honorary %  man of the dri> e Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual It .al. r "i Temple Emanu-EI, is also morarj chairman of the campa %  > %  sponsored bj the Great' Actors' Studio M PLAYHOUSE RUTH f 0REM4 1 PRESENTS MIAMI PREMIERE "A TASTE OF HONEY" OPENS SAT. EVE, NOV. 17 1 1 i ', i' %  •...••.. RES. 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