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

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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 36 Number 40
Miami. Florida, Friday, October 4, 1963
Two Sections Price 20*
UNEF's Gaza
Role Stressed
By U Thant
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Sec-
retary General U Thant told the
I General Assembly here this week,
n presenting the 1964 budget lor
'the UN Emergency Force, that
'UNEF continues effectively to
(serve as the stabilizing influence
,n maintaining peace in the Gaza-
ISinai area of operations."
Mr. Thant presented a budget
walling for UNEF maintenance ex-
kenditurea for 1964 totaling S18.-
Iit34.300, which is S5.700 less than
llhi 1963 budget. In spite of re-
[ports that Mr. Thant is considering
I possibility of reducing the
ngth of UNEF. there is no
I indication in his proposed
budget. He reported that I'NF.F's
?tiength consists of 5.149 men.
I lie financing of UNEF is one
the items ol contention in the
tineral problem ol United Nations
ancing, since the Soviet Union
id a number ol other members
ve refused consistently to pay
I i-ir special UNEF assessments.
I he force." Mr. Thant informed
Assembly, "has continued its
ace-keeping so effectively that
re have been no serious
tits during the past year."
Senators List Resolution
Hitting Soviet Prejudice
WASHINGTON(JTA)Fifty-nine U.S. Senators joined with Sen.
Abraham Ribicoff (Dem.-Conn.) this week in a resolution condemning
the Soviet Union for discrimination against Jews. They appealed to
the Soviet Union "in the name of decency and humanity" to cease
executing persons for alleged economic offenses. They also asked the
Soviet Government to fully permit freedom of religion lor Jews and
all others within its borders.
In the Ribicoif resolution. Sen-: -
OtOTS from both political parties, Government was persecuting Jew-
tUld from all sections of the coun- ]sh cjtiZCns.
try declared there is now "abun-
dant evidence' that the Soviet
IN WAKE Of ENVOY'S WITHDRAWAL
So. Africa Jews Welcome
Premier's View on Israel
Ver-
the
not
acts
IIICl
JOHANNESBURG(JTA)-The South Africa welcomes Dr.
South African Jewish Board of! nerd's realfirmation that
: Jewish community here must
Deputies expressed gratification ( (;c he|(| r(,spon.,iblt. lor the
here, at its regular monthly meet-j o1 israe|'s government.
ing Monday, over the attitude of j ,.lsrae,.. sak, the zionist lead.
er, "is a sovereign state, solely re-
sponsible for its own decisions.
1ATZ0TH PURCHASERS
1586 Jews
low in Cuba,
survey Shows
HAVANA (JTA) There are
,022 Jewish families, totaling
1.586 persons now living in Cuba
liil identifying themselves with
Jewish community, it was re-
jurted here on the basis of the
Irsl Jewish census taken by or-
{anized Jewry in this country since
e present regime came to power.
The census was taken. on the
i> ol those Jews who identified
lemselves as such throunh the
[iiirchase of mat/.oth for the last
SSOver. The computations were
hade by the Congregation Adath
ael, here, and the Zionist Fed-
(ration under the direction of
pliezer Oranowski. The olficials
charge ol the census said they
rere certain that there were other
Continued on Page 2-A
Prime Minister Hendrik F. Ver-
voerd. who assured the country in
an address Saturday that he does
not consider the Jews of South
Atrica responsible lor Israel's "re-
buff" of this country's government.
The Premier criticized Israel
sharply for recalling its Minister
Plenipotentiary. Suncha Pratt, in
pursuit ol Israel's policy of oppos-
ing South Africa's apartheid policy
at the United Nations.
The Board expressed "wel-
come" of the Premier's warning
that Israel's latest move must
not arouse resentment against
South African Jews. Mr. Ver-
woerd told the country: "The
Jews of South Africa are citiiens
of South Africa and have shown
how deeply they resent Israel's
attitude. There must not be any
anti-Jewish feeling in South
Africa. The Government stand-
point is this: If feelings were
motivated here against Jews, we
would commit the same in-
justice to them as the world is
commiftir/j against us."
At a meeting here Monday night,
addressed by Leon Dultzin. chair-
man of the Jewish Agency's eco-
nomic department in Jerusalem.
Joseph Daleski. vice chairman of
the South African Zionist Feder-
ation,
South African citizens whose loyal
Continued on Page 2-A
The resolution specifically con-
demned Russia for singling out
Jews for extreme punishment
for allege-' economic offenses,
confiscating synagogues, closing
Jewish cemeteries, arresting
rabbis and lay religious leaders
and curtailing religious observ-
ances. It also protested the
practice of discriminating
against Jews in cultural activi-
ties and access to higher educa-
tion, imposing restrictions that
prevent the reuniting of Jews
with their families in other coun-
tries ,and through other acts
oppressing Jews from freely
exercising their faith.
By responding to their resolu-
tion, the Senators said, the Soviet
Union now lias "a clear opportun-
ity to match the words of its" con-
Continued on Page 9-A
IN NEW JERSEY
Hassidic Group
Files Bias Suit
Against Town
The Deputy' Opens in Basle;
Police Guard Against Threats
GENEVA(JTA)The first per-
formance in Switzerland of "The
Deputy," the German play claim-
ing that the late Pope Pius XII
failed to take a stand against the
Nazi genocide of Jews, took place
this week at the Basle Municipal
Theater under the protection ol
more than 100 policemen.
The police were called in after
the theater management received
anonymous letters and telephone
calls threatening bomb explosions
in the theater, a synagogue and a
Masonic lodge il the play was per-
formed. Written by Rolf Hoch-
huth. the play contends that the
late Pontiff did not adequately op-
pose the Nazi wartime slaughter
, of European Jewry. Firemen who
were posted in the area in the
event the threats were carried out
did not have to act but the police
demonstrators. In addition to the
protesting demonstrators, Catho-
lics organized a silent march. The
full house applauded the play.
The play also had its first per-
formance in London, where the
Continued on Page 6-A
NEWARK, N.J. (JTA) A
Brooklyn ultra Orthodox sect seek-
ing to create an Orthodox Jewish
community in a New Jersey town
ship accused township committee
officials this week in a court suit
\.ith blocking (he project for dis
criminatory reasons. The suit was
filed by the Yetev-Lev Congrega-
tion in Superior Court in Morris-
town against the Mount Olive
Township Committee. Mow t olive
Is about It) miles north est of
Newark.
The suit asked the court to per-
| mit the Hassidic sect to tile the
required municipal performance
bond and to enjoin the township
'liom Interfering with the orderly
development and construction of
the project."
The suit accused the Township
Committee of being "motivated
by considerations regarding the
nature and ancestral character-
istics of the persons who were to
inhabit the residences" and not
by considerations of zoning or
plannir.-). George E. Dakis,
Mayor of Mount Olive, and one
of the three members of the
! committee, called the suit a sur-
prise and the charges "false, the
furthest thing from the truth."
Most of the members of the sect
Continued on Pa.ge 16-A
little Things/ Red Envoy
Says of Bias Restricticns
stated that "every Jew in | had to use their batons against
UPWARD TIDE IN HATE PUBLICATIONS
Anti-Semitism Rises in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES- (JTA) -Overt groups as the Tacuara and the N, jgrttfh.
anti-Semitic attacks on Jews and tioal Restoration Guard, wnicn
Jewish property "have ostensibly' vere involved in many months of
[diminished" during the first half
l"l 1963 but there has been an in-
fctease In publications instigating
lantiJcwish hatred in Argentina.
I"" expert reported this week.
Dr. Mario Schteingart. president
|ol the Argentine-Jewish Institute
|for Culture and Information, cited
I'he uliiiial ban on such extremist
anti-Semitic incidents in major
Argentine cities..
Dr. Schteingart listed a va-
riety of such publications. H*
mentioned large circulation pub-
lications, citing particularly the
new "Arab Nation," an attrac-
tive majaiine published by the
ed to date were full of the stan-
dard anti-Semitic charges against
Jews, including alleged usury,
double loyalty, and treachery in
addition to the usual Arab dero- i
nations of Israel.
He said the periodical was avail- j
able on all newspaper stands. An-1
Continued on Page 12-A
NEW YORK(JTA)Anti-Jew-
ish activities by Soviet officials
were described as "little things"
by the First Secretary of the So
viet Embassy in Washington dur-
ing a meeting with Rep. Leonard
Farbstein, New York Democrat,
the Congressman disclosed here
this week. Rep. Farbstein report-
ed the meeting with Anatoly G.
Mishkov in an address to 200 lead-
ers of the Farband Labor Zionist
Order, in which he charged that
"from all available evidence, it
:eems clear that the Soviet rulers
I are determined to wipe out Juda-
I ism as a religion."
The Congressman said that
the Soviet diplomat came to see
him in the interest of establish-
ing better relations with the Uni-
ted States. The Congressman
told the Soviet diplomats that
such better relations were im-
peded as long as Americans con-
tinued to hear reports of Soviet
discrimination against Jews. He
cited the many instances of
synagogue closings, the arrests
and trial of Jews on charges of
black marketeering in matiohs
and the spotlighting of Jewish
e'efandants in economic crimes
trials.
Rep. Farbstein said the Soviet
iiptomat then asked him if he
would allow "these little things"
lo stand in the way of good rela-
tions and that he replied that
'when you have many 'little
lh nu-' of this nature, they turn
into "big obstacles'."
Louis Segal, general secretary
of Farband, and a member of the
executive of the Jewish Agency
ior Israel, who also addressed the
conference, called attention to the
act that only last week Jews in
Soviet Russia were forbidden to
hold prayer meetings in private
io.ties on Rosh Hashona, even
hough in many places no syna-
gogue facilities were available.
\


Page 2-A
*Awfe fhricffan
Friday, October 4,
........ 9 U i m
So. Africa Jews Hail Premier's Statement
Continued from Page 1-A
ty to South Africa has boon demon-;
stratod in peace and in war." Clar-
ifying the Zionist position further,
Mr. Daleski added: "This docs not
exclude our ties with the Jewish
peoples' national restoration in the
land of their fathers. Zionism is
part of the Jewish hopes, dreams
and laith."
Prime Minister Vcrwoerd had
declared in his address that "Is-
rael's decision not to replace her
.Minister in South Alrica was not
(inly a rebuff to South Africa but
also a slap in the face of South
African Jewry, which has done so
Shown with Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz is Mitchell Reiner,
who led the procession of
colors at special services on
Yom Kippur day in Temple
Ner Tamid. The special ser-
vice was a memorial to the
young men and women who
gave their lives as members
of the U.S. Armed Forces,
and was held in conjunc-
tion with Yizkor on Saturday
nocn.
2,586 Jews Now
In Castro Cuba
Continued from Page 1-A
Jews in the country who were not
enumerated.
A breakdown by aces of the sta-
tistics for Havana shows that 212
of the Jews here are children be-
tween the ages of 1 and 7: 203 are
in the age bracket 7 to 25. 1.062
are aged 25 to 60; and 496 are
aged 60 or over. According to the
American Jewish Year Book, the
pre-Castro Jewish population of
Cuba numbered "somewhat over
S.000."
Students Observe
Sukkoth Fete
Students of the Beth Torah Re-
ligious School are observing the
Festival of Sukkoth with services
his week in the Youth Room of
ihe school building under the di-
rection of Abraham J. Gittelson.
education director.
In addition, members of the Sun-
day School are conducting their
own services in the Alcf Congrega-
tion under the leadership of Miss
Bea Levin.
Services are highlighted by the
traditional waving of the lulav
and esrog. the fruits that sym-
bolize the unity ot Jewry through-
out the world.
Conducting services for the Stu-
dent Congregation are Richard
Kagan and Mark Haddad as rab-
bis, and Sandy Langncr as cantor.
Students of the school have com-
pleted their model Sukkah. the hut
or booth in which the Jews who
left Egypt in the days of the Bible
lived during their wanderings in
the desert. Prizes will be awarded
on the eve of Simchas Torah by
the PTA of the Religious School.
much to help Israel and was prin-
cipally served by Israel's Minister
here. They did not deserve this
blow."
Continuing, the Premier re-
called that, "when Israel was
born, and other rations stood
aside, South Allies was amonj
the first to recognize and to help
the new state. Now Israel is
turning against South Africa, to
curry the favor of the African
states."
"Israel." he said, "condemns
South African apartheid, but her-
self exists on a form of apartheid
which affirms the Jewish State's
separateness and the right to ex-
clude Arab refugees. If the Israel
Government should be in difficul-
ties through choosing the wrong
friends. South Africa would not
easily help her again. If the pres-
ent Israel opposition came to pow-
er, it would be a different matter.
But the present Israel Government
could not expect help after the
way it has treated South Africa."
The South African Prime Min-
ister said: "The present Govern-
ment of Israel need not seek help
from South Africa, when their day
of need arises." Linking Israel's
move to the I'nited Nations votes
-which Israel had favorerl-sharr*
lv criticizing South Alrica for it;
apartheid policy, the Premier add
ed 1 can do nothing but donre
cate this action. If Israel thinks
! that its action will win support for
Israel from African and Asian na-
tions, in a possible corrl
Egypt." he declared, "tlun ls3
is building on sand."
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Friday, October 4, 1963
Temple Menorah Set to Honor Revitz
At Isree! Dinner of Tribute Here Oct. 26
*Jmisil FkriaHtr
TRISUTE TO AUSIN % PAGE 13.4
irice it-;/, noted business
81 .vie loader, and president of
,< Menorah, has been singled
01 .r spec'al honors to be ac-
cord (I h'm at a Temple Mcnorah-
I Dinner of IVbute on Satur-
da; 'ening. Oct. 26. at the Amer-
II Hotel.
itz. who has distinguished
him It in dedicated efforts for his
Tei !e. many community causes
he State of Israel, will be
1 ed for his "service to the
Land of Israel, the People of Is-
rai I and the Faith of Israel."
J abbi Mayer Abramowiti,
sp iitual leader of Temple Men-
cl-., is honorary dinner chair-
nui, and heads a committee of
^7e~ip!e and community leaders
s?-.ing on the committee. Din-
ne- chairman is Joseph Mans-
bach; Leuis Reinstein, co-chair-
man; Sol Frankel, chairman of
the Committee of Hosts; and
Mrs. Els=e Peisky, chairman.
Women's Division.
Serving as vice chairmen are
Irving Billig, Jack Burstein, Louis
DeCoveny, Joseph Denmark. Mai
Englander, Bernard Frank, Sam
Fuchs, Samuel Graubart, Jack
Korenbht, Jerry Lelchuk. Sam
Malow, Julius Resnick, Sam Schiff-
man, Al Sherman, Leonard Solo-
mon and Charles Soninier.
A successful business executive,
Revitz has been prominently iden-
tified with numerous community
causes. For the past two years,
he has served as chairman of the
Executive Committee for the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ-
ization.
A native of Chicago, Revitz is
a veteran of World War II, and
served as director of rehabilitation
at the Nichols General Hospital in
Louisville, Ky.
Prior to coming to Miami, he
Page 3-A
1.1 him. By his devotion and dedi he spiritual bond which we of
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Rabbi Abramowitz said that
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Volume 36
Number 40
Friday, October 4. 1963
16 Tishri 5724
Symbolic Meaning
Of Sukkoth for Us
The first days of Sukkoth come
on the heels of Rosh Hashona and
Yom Kippur, and were launched
at services Wednesday evening.
On the occasion of this festi-
val, the solemnity of the Yomim
Nora'im gives rise to the joyous
r.ess of fulfillment.
In Hebrew, Sukkoth means
' tents" or "tabernacles." The holi-
day is celebrated in temporary
tooths built near the home and
synagogue to remind Jews of at
leas! two significant occurrences.
One is historic: It commemorates
the manner in which the ancient
Israelites lived in the desert dur-
ing their flight from Egyptian
bondage.
The second is symbolic: It
civet, thanks for the bounties of
nature. Sukkoth is thus a holiday
during which fruits particularly
those found in Israel are eaten.
In this way, Rosh Hashona and
Yom Kippur, the occasion when
men search the inner recesses of
their souls and spiritually cleanse
themselves in preparation for the
year ahead, progress naturally
into Sukkoth the festival during which they
offer thanks for the physical sustenance of the
earth.
Until recent years, Sukkoth also evoked
Jewry's eternal longing for the return to Israel
much as it historically marked the ancient
Israelites' travels from Egypt and the eating
of Palestinian fruits in the Sukkah partly sym-
bolized this longing.
Now that Israel has reemerged as a Jew-
ish nation in our time, the significance of Suk-
koth is even greater than it has been during
the previous two millenia of our dispersion.
The Return has been fulfilled.
&, SOCCOfX SUWJ8E 1963
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CJA's Cash Drive
Our Combined Jewish Appeal needs S300,-
COO right now, and is launching a special cash
collection. The money will help sustain pro-
grams of aid in Israel and 27 other lands.
The special drive is in response to a na-
tional United Jewish Appeal plea, which must
have a* hand some S34 million by this fall to
help resettle the largest number of immigrants
fleeing to Israel since World War II.
Miami must move to accept its fair share
of thia humanitarian responsibility. We join
Mr. Sidney Lefcourt. president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, in urging the com-
munity to redeem their CJA pledges now.
There can be no better way to start the New
Year right.
At this very moment. Jews by the hundreds
of thousands are ready to leave lands in which
they feel they can no longer live safely or
securely. But immigration needs money big
money which is supplied by the United Jew-
ish Appeal and our own CJA. Many who are
waiting for a helping hand to a new life will
have to remain waiting if our community fails
successfully to assume its share of the need.
Now is the time to fulfill your Combined
Jewish Appeal pledge, on the occasion of the
High Holy Day season, when all of us can
perform the blessed deed of inscribing in the
Book of Life a new world of hope for 600,000
Jewish men, women and children overseas.
sylvania, to say what should have been said
all along.
Justice Musmanno told a B'nai Zion meet-
ing last week that too many of our intellectuals
have taken to the task of rationalizing the ter-
rors of the Hitler era, that in many cases they
have become out-and-out apologists for its
leaders, and that they are contributing to min-
imizing the significance of the massacre of six
million Jews.
Justice Musmanno knows what he is talk-
ing about. He has been an acute observer of
the post-Nazi scene since he served as Judge at
the International War Crimes Tribunal in Nu-
rembeig at the end of World War II.
What he said before the B'nai Zion meet-
ing went beyond a simple rejection of the
waspish intellectualizing of the Bruno Bettel-
heims and Hannah Arendts among us. What
Justice Musmanno in fact did was to attack a
stratum of professional thinking in our society
which contributes little that is creative except
by sensation.
It is sad that such minds have become
sterile enough to need the thin sustenance of
philosophy exemplified by the literati of our
time. In Hannah Arendt's case, it is astonish-
ing. Nevertheless, Justice Musmanno did more
than merely debunk her ilk; he analyzed them
for us.
A Necessary Service
It took Judqe Michael A. Musmanno, Jus-
tice of the Supreme Court of the State of Penn-
The High Cost of Morality
The Isiael withdrawal of its envoy from
South Africa is a two-edged sword. On the
one hand, the government is expressing its
repugnance for the apartheid that has been
South Africa's official policy for such a long
time.
Coupled with this is the hope that the with-
drawal will strengthen even more Israel's ties
to the new African nations she has built so
patiently and diligently.
The questions of ethics and diplomacy
apart for the moment, the move also throws
srael into an uncomfortable dilemma. As Prime
Minister Verwoerd put it, Israel has now finally
and unmistakably cut her diplomatic rela-
tionship to South Africa.
In addition, she has compromised the se-
curity of the South African Jewish community.
This may be of lesser concern to Jerusalem,
but the first dilemma is unhappy enough. Is-
rael's moral choice has certainly been made
at a high price. But then, most moral choices
are costly indeed.
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Brautigam, who led the pack
dedicated to uncovering Com.
munists throughout the kn^xh
and breadth of our community. I vividly recall the Sanctimonious
statements made by a broad variety of colorfully opportunistic hang-
ers-on concerning the role of an officer of the court. In effect, if an
attorney resorted to the legal safeguards available to him as a citizen
then, somehow, he was contributing to the degradation of the law
and the judicial system of which he is a sworn and professional
representative.
In retrosoect. I suppose there is some sort of logic in this: al
though, also in retrospect. I can't help feeling that by extension j-
denies medicine to the physician and the infinite delights of music t(
the composer. Be that as it may. Mr. Brautigam has long since
passed away: but I have yet to hear a single sanctimonious equivalent
in the reappointment to the bench of Metro Court Judge Edwin E
Strickland on Sept. 17. and the huntsmen hangers-on of the old days
are still around in abundance.
On June 8. 1962, a Southwest Miami Senior High School teacher
Marvin I. Cohen, of 8311 SW 12th Ter.. appeared in Judge Strick-
land's court on a minor traffic violation. There, he pleaded nol
guilty, to which the Judge allegedly responded: "All you Jews
the same Ninety percent plead not guilty."
AFFIDAVITS SUPPORT THt CHARGE
pouNTY attorney Darrej Davis recommended a full-dress
lie hearing the following September, In the interim. Davis
sworn testimony from eleven witnesses, including Cohen and Sti
land In addition, supporting the charge against the Metro J
were these items: (1) A sworn affidavit of corroboration bj '
Marian Dronsky, of 7920 SW 17th Ter., who said she was in
at the time and heard the defamatory statement: and (2) a -
affidavit by a non-Jewish neighbor of Judge Stnckland. indie;
that the Judge had demonstrated an inclination toward racia
religious prejudice.
The second affidavit alleged that Judge Strickland was a patty
to the circulation of a petition in his neighborhood, calling upon resi-
dents to protest the settling there of a new family of Cuban oi gin
that, from time to time, she had been personally chided by bin (01
having Jewish friends: and that the Judge was known to have warned
his children against playing with Cuban or Jewish youngsters.
The hearing, set for Sept. 26. never came off. Judge Strickland
pulled his "Fifth Amendment." when Circuit Court Judge Pat Cannon
issued an order two days before, enjoining the Metro Commission
against inquiring further into the charges. Judge Strickland's attor-
ney, Milton Ferrell. argued that the Home Rule Charter provided
for ousting a jurist. But he also argued that it made no provision
for administering oaths, giving notice, and conducting a hearing
:
:
DISSENTERS ARE TO BE APPLAUDED
AS AN ALTERNATIVE, Ferrell suggested to Judge Cannon that
the Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court assign an out of-
county judge to review Strickland's case, indicating his client could
never get a fair shake here in Dade.
On Mar. 1 this year, the District Court of Appeal upheld Circuit
Court Judge Cannons injunction against the Metro hearing. I
Attorney Davis declared that the Sept. 26 hearing had not been in-
tended for removal, but as an "inquiry into the conduct of a count)
office" In its answer, the District Court said that Davis, himsell
already investigated the charge of anti-Semitism against the South
Miami jurist.
Judge Strickland was initially appointed here on Oct. 2. 1957 Ik
has now been appointed to a new six-year term by a 10-tO-3 Metn
vote, with Commissioners Alex Gordon, Winston Wvnne. and Harold
Spaet Opposing the move.
These men arc to be applauded Apparently, they also feel
.Indue Strickland's employment ot his full legal rights as a cil
in fact obscured the original issue. In effect. Strickland wei
his waj out of the uncomfortable consequences of his allegedh
tongue in an unguarded moment.
HUNTSMEN AMONG US STAND SILENT
JT IS INTERESTING to note the response of Commissioner Robert
Brake, who came to Strickland's defense during the Sepl I"
reappointment debate. "The mere fact that accusations were made
shouldn't be allowed to ruin his career," he declared. But neither
Brake, as a symbol of community indifference, nor Strickland Is
totally to be blamed For. as Brake, himself, indicted. Metro was
merely enjoined against launching a hearing; while it could have
instituted charges of its own at any time. Thus, in an evasive action,
he put the guilt squarely where it belongs: "If anything, it's a black
mark against us."
Why didn't the commission move in the face of the testimonj
Uarrey Davis had amassed? Did not the original Davis reCOtnmen
elation of a hearing a year ago in September suggest he had un-
covered sufficient evidence in support of Cohen's declaration of anti-
Semitism to warrant such an inquiry?
All of this would seem to imply that it's all right in the eyes
oi tne court and a blind public tor a jurist to be a "Filth Amendment
anti-Semite, even if it was not all right In the heyday of the hunts
men here for an attorney to be a "Fifth Amendment Communist."
Is one order of bigotry and perverted justice any more Bivorj
than the other? Is anti-Semitism delicious and Communism
damnable- Apparently so: for the huntsmen among us now stand


.
Friday. October 4, 1963
*Jewishfhrkttan
Page 5-A
Sukkoth Observance at Services in Greater Miami
Pitt Sabbath services this week-
end will be held in Houses of Wor-
ship here beginning Friday eve-
ning.
*
Beth Israel Congregation, 711
40th St., will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m.. with Rabbi H.
i.oms Rottman officiating. Satur-
Final days of Sukkoth will begin with Shemini Atzereth services
next Wednesday evening. Oct. 9. Hoshana Rabbah, meaning the Great
Salvation, launches the two-day observance on Thursday. Oct. 10 with
Yizkor memorial prayers scheduled during the morning service Thurs-
day night, Hakofos processionals will signal the opening of Simchas
Torah, marking the conclusion of tht Five Books of Moses, and the
resumption of their reading with Benesis. Simchas Torah continues
with Hakofos on Friday. Oct. 11, bringing to an end the High Holv
Day season.
Some Reform and Liberal Con-
gregation will observe the closing services of Bath David Ccngrega-
Of Sukkoth on Thursday only. Reg-1 tion, 2625 SW 3rd Ave.. this week-
end at 6 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Barry Alex-
ander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Abbott, will become Bar Mit7.vah.
Final days of Sukkoth will be ob- j
served beginning next Wednesday,
Oct. 9, at 5:45 p.m. Shemini Atz- :
ereth services will be held Thurs-
day morning services are at 9 a.m. day. Oct. 10, at 9 a.m., with Yiz-1
Final days of Sukkoth will be laun- kor following at 11 a.m.. and the
public welcome. Simchas Torah
starts in the evening at 6 p.m.,
with Hakofos for adults and chil-
dien, and continues Friday at 9
a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will preach i
both days. Cantor William Lipson I
renders the musical portions of the
liturgy.
Friday evening, Oct. 11, at 8:15
p.m.
* *
Regular Friday evening services
will be held at Congregation Etz
Chaim, 1544 Washington Ave., this
weekend at 5:45 p.m., with Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld officiating.
Saturday morning services will be
at 8:30 a.m. On Wednesday. Oct.
9, the congregation will usher in
the final days of Sukkoth, with Ho-
shana Rabbah services at 5:45
p.m. Thursday services, Oct. 10,
are at 8:30 a.m., with Yizkor me-
morial at 10:30. Simchas Torah
will start in the evening at 5:45
r.m., and continue Friday, 8:30
a.m., with Hakofos.
a a *
Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid
Ave.. will hold Friday evening ser-
vices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m., with
Rabbi David Lehrfield officiating
and preaching on "Would We Have
Broken the Commandments?" Fin-
al days of Sukkoth will be launch-
ed next Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 5:30
p.m. Thursday services begin at
8:30 a.m., with Yizkor memorial
at 10 a.m. Sermon is "Final Re-
membering." Hakofos will launch
the Simchas Torah observance at
6 p.m. Friday services in honor of
Simchas Torah are at 8:30 a.m.
Cantor Abraham Scif renders the
musical portions of the liturgy,
a a
Rabbi Jonah Caplan will oflici-
ate at Friday evening sen ices i I
Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1025 NR
Continued on Page 8-A
Feast of Booths Emphasizes Jcy of Living
ehed at Hoshana Rabbah next Wed-
nesday, Oct. 9, at 7:30 a.m. Eve-
ning services are at 5:45 p.m. Ser-
mon will be "Farewell Holiday."
Shemini Atzereth is on Thursday.
Oct. 10. at 9 a.m.. with Yizkor
memorial following. Sermon will
be "A Holiday of LoveShemini
Atzereth." Simchas Torah will be
celebrated Friday at 8:30 a.m.
* *
Rabbi David Rosenfeld will offi-
uate at services this weekend at
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
50 NW 51st PI., begining Friday
at 6 p.m. Sermon will be "Protec-
tion." Saturday services arc at 9
a.m.. with the sermon scheduled
as "Humility." Final days of Suk-
koth will be launched next Thurs-
day at Simchas Torah services at
6:30 p.m. Consecration of first
traders will take place. Final ob-
servance of Sukkoth will be Fri-1
day, Oct. 11, at 8 a.m. Rabbi I
Rosenfeld will preach on "Count
ing Our Blessings." Cantor George
H. Goldberg renders the musical
portions of the liturgy.
a a
Temple Ner Tamid, 7902 Carlyle
\ve., will hold regular Saturday
norningg services this weekend at
3:45 a.m. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
ill lead the congregation in the
opening prayers for the final days
'i Sukkoth next Wednesday. Oct.
9, at 6 p.m. Shemini Atzereth ser-
ncs on Thursday, Oct. io.- arc at
3:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be
:it 10:30 a.m. Simchas Torah will
be celebrated Thursday night at
7 p.m.. wiih Hakofos scheduled.
Hebrew Academy, 2400 Pine Tree
Dr.. will hold Friday evening ser
vices at 5:45 p m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m.. with
Rabbi Alexander Gross officiating.
Sukkoth will be launched nexl
Wednesday, Oct. 9. at 5:45 p.m.
Shemini Atzereth services are on
Thursday at 9 am Celebration of
Simchas Torah will be opened at
545 p.m.. continuing Friday. Oct.
11, at 9 a.m.

High Holy Day Choir of Temole
Beth Shirah, 7500 SW 120th St..
will be honored at services Friday.
8.15 p.m., in the Sukkah. Rabbi
Morris A. Skop will officiate and
preach on "Strong Faith in a Frail
Hut." Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb
renders the musical portions of
the liturgy. Saturday services are
at 10 a.m., followed by kiddush in
the Sukkah, with Mrs. Abraham
Fleeman, Mrs. Mollie Schrichman
and Mrs. Norman Jacobs as hos-
tesses. Final days of Sukkoth will
be launched next Thursday, Oct.
10, at 10 a.m.. with Yizkor me
mortal following at 11:30 a.m. Sim
(has Torah will open at 7:30 p.m..
concluding with kiddush in the
Sukkah.

Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
officiate at regular Friday evening
CANDUUGHTING TIME
16 Tishri 5:47 pjn.
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At Temple Sinai of North Dade,
1480 NE 123rd St.. Rabbi Daniel!
M. Lowy will officiate at regular
Friday services this weekend at '
8:15 p.m. His sermon is "So Shall I
We Reap." Cantor Chet Ga'e and !
the choir, accompanied by Hy
Fried, organist, will render the
musical portion ol the liturgy. Sat-
urday morning services are at
10:15 a.m. Final days of Sukkoth i
will be observed next Thursday,'
Oct. 10, at 10 a.m., with Yizkor '
memorial. Simchas Torah will be '
By RABBI JONAH CAPLAN
Temple Adath Yeshurun
The Festival of Sukkoth comes
but a few days alter Yom Kip-
pur, to draw a sharp contrast be-
tween the two.
The purpose of Yom Kippur,
as stated in the Bible, is to af-
flict the body, thereby removing
the chain that shackles the soul
to it.
Sukkoth. one of the three har-
vest festivals of the year, is a
holiday which emphasizes the joy
of living and has as its purpose
"And ye shall only rejo.ee.
This contrast draws tne iamO"
that Jewish living is to be found
in the synthesis of the two. Juda-
ism rejects the philosophy of
asceticism, the practice of self-
denial. Equally foreign to the
teachings of our Torah is the epi-
curean philosophy which preach-
es eating and drinking as an end
in itself.
Yom Kippur comes to demon-
RABBI JONAH CAPLAN
body ana* soul
strate to man h's ability to fre
his soul from the bondage of the
body, to elevate him to a position
a little lower than the Angels.
Sukkoth, on the other hand, says
that the body, too, may make, its
rightful claims, and that what
God created He meant 'or the
body to enjoy. This is why Jew-
ish law regards eating before the
fast as much a mitzvah as the
fasting itself.
The person who takes a vow
not to drink wine is called a sin-
ner. He has no right to deny
himself the things God created
for his enjoyment.
The danger, however, lies in
making the pleasures of life the
end and purpose of life itself.
It is here that Yom Kippur and
Sukkoth come into partnership
with each other to bring unity be-
tween the body and the soul.
Each serves to restrain the
other.
The unity or the body and soul
bespeak the partnership between
man and God in daily living.
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vjewist ihrHtun
Friday. October 4, 1:331
Advisory Council of Temple Beth Shirah will
honor members of the Temcle Choir for t>ir
performance during the High Holy Days. Ex-
pression of appreciation will be on rriday.
Oct. 4. in the Beth Shirch Sukkah. To b^ hon-
ored are (left to right) Mel Goldstein. Lillian
Conrad, Joan Katz, Pearl Alderson, Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Skop. Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb. Claire
Shore. Marvene Christman, Dorothy Kay.
Wendell Alderson. Warren Broome, Gary
Glick. Michael Jamison, Fred Abel. Bernard
Friedland, Allen Timberlake, Alan Fried,
Caren Alderson. Jay Glick, Roger Brooks, and
Stanley Kaplan.
Play About Pope Opens in Basle
Continued from Page 1-A
Ro"al Shakespeare Company,
presenting it at the Aldwych
Theater, released a statement
by Dr. Albert Schweitier in
which the Noble Prize winner
said that not only the Catholic
Church but also the Protestant
Church was guilty of "simple ac-
ceptance of the persecution of
the Jews." Dr. Schweitier call-
ed the play "a judgment on a
historical figure who invited the
greatest responsibility upon him-
self." He called the piay "an
alarm call to our age which is
sinking into inhumanity and un-
awareness."
He said all humanity was guilty '
in the Nazi genocidr and that the
Catholic Church "bears the great- ,
er guilt." because as an interna-1
tional organization, it "could have
taken some action."
At the Lord Chamberlain's re-
quest, the Royal Shakespeare Com-
pany also printed on all programs
for the performance "an authorita-
tive Catholic opinion" on the is-
sues involved in the play. Each
program includes a lengthy letter
written by Pope Paul VI to a Cath-
olic publication on June 21. The i
letter ends with the words: "Let
some men say what they will, the
reputation of Pius XII as a true
Vicar of Christ as one who tried
to cany out, as far as he could
Iho mission entrusted to him. will
not be affected. But what is the
gain to art and culture when the
theater lends itself to injustice of
this sort?"
The Royal Shakespeare Company
also included in the sunplcment
quotes from a sharp attack on the
play by Desmond Fisher, editor ol
the Catholic Herald. The play is
also scheduled to be performed in
one of the Broadway theatres ir.
New York this fall.
A stroni defense of the late
Pope Pius' wartime attitude to-
ward the Nazis, and a sharp at-
tack on Hochhuth is contained
in a pamphlet writted by a for-
mer oificial of the British Lega-
tion at the Vatican published by
the Catholic Truth Society. Sir
Alex Randall, former secretary
of the legation, accused the West
German playwright of "crude
Has" and "obsessive dislike" of
P.us XII.
S;r Alex contended that Hitler
could hive done even worse since
it the time he had several million
more Jews in his grasp and that
he could have vented his fury on
Christians too.
The British writer asserted that
the Pope had in mind the example
of the Dutch hierarchy who "by
their vigorous protests against the
deportations ol Dutch Jews caused
'he Nazi governor to deport also
the Catholic Jews."
?erkel Joins
leach Branch 'Y'
Full-Time Staff
Marvin l'erkel has joined the
tall of the Miami Beach YMHA
Jranch as a full time professional
roiip worker, it was announced by
:fraim H. Gale, executive director
if the Greater Miami "Y."
Perkel recently completed grad-
igte training and received his
"aster's degree in social group
vork at the Graduate School of
ocial Work. Rutgers State Uni-
crsity.
Perkel will supervise the After-
I School and Senior Citizens Divis-
! ions at the Beach "Y." He will
staff the Golden Age Friendship
Club and also supervise volunteers
and specialists in other senior cit-
izen activities, as well as in the
various after-school activities of
children of elementary school age.
Prior to coming to the Miami
area, Perkel was connected with
th< Educational Alliance in New
York, where he worked in the chil-
dren's program and summer
camp. He also worked with men-
tally retarded adolescents in the
Johnstone Training and Research
Center in Bordentown. N. .1
Perkel and his wife, Zelda. have
made their home in Dade County.
Community Singers Rehearse
Miami Beach Community Sing
crs. under the direction of its new
conductor and musical director.
Hirsh Marchbein-Marbiny. have
started weekly rehearsals in the
Bandroom of the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School every Thurs-
day evening at 7:45 p.m. Vacan-
cies now exist in the base, tenor,
alto and soprano sections.
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'Withdrawn1 Book To be Published
By Special Report
CHICAGOHenry Regnery Com-
pany, publishers. Monday announ-
ced its decision to proceed with
publication of "'Strange Way
Home." controversial novel by
Nancy W. Faber. (See The Jewish
Floridian. Sept. 27. Page 2-A: also.
"Browsing With Books." by Hilary
Mindlin. Page 14-A.)
Scheduled for publication on
Sept. 30. the hook was withdrawn
last week following what Regnery
called "criticism from leaders
and or laymen representing the
Catholic. Protestant, and Jewish
faiths, from irate relatives of the
novel's central character, who is
still living as a member of a Cath-
No. County T Fall Program
Registration for the fall pro-
tram lor boys and girls in elemen-
tary school is now under way at
the North County Y.M and YWHA.
24036 NE 6th Ave.
Howard Hareolis, youth activi-
ties supervisor. th:s week invited
nil boys and girJs in the first
through sixth grades to join the
special interest programs after
school and o:i holidays in the "Y's"
after-school pro rani.
Activities include Play Club for
first and second grade boys and
tirls, and Science and Nature for
fifth and sixth graders on Mondav
afternoons. Tuesday afternoon
will feature Ceramics and Cre-
ative Arts for third and fourth
graders. Semi-private Judo in-
struction for first through sixth
graders will be offered Tuesday
evenings. A creative Adventures
Class will be held for first and sec-
ond graders on Wednesday after-
noons. Mademoiselles, a fifth and
sixth grade Girls Friendship Club.
and the Sportsmen, an activity
hobby club for fifth and sixth
grade boys, will meet Wednesday
evenings.
Friday afternoon, there will be
I two sections for ballot, the first
fcr beginners and the second sec-
tion for advanced students. The
third and fourth grade Girls Home-
maker Club and third and fourth
grade Bovs Explorers Club will
meet on Friday afternoons also.
All afternoon programs will be-
gin at 3:30 p.m.. with the exception
i of the beginning ballet class,
which starts at 2:30 p.m. All eve-
I ning programs will start at 7 p.m.
olic order in Canada, and from
persons whose identity and basis ;
for criticism were nebulously de-
fined."
Regnery previously had sent
some 300 copies to reviewers
throughout the nation. In a letter
to Hilary Mindlin, book editor of
The Jewish Floridian, Mrs. Fa-
ber had charged that the book
was being withdrawn "because
of outside pressures based on
three minor procedural errors"
in the story relating the kidnap-
ing of a Jewish youngster from
well-to-do parents living in New
York by a zealous tutor, who
took him to Canada, where he
was brought up as a Catholic
priest.
Declared the publishers Monday,
in reversing their decision not to
publish the book: "'No cause of
justice r discretion can conceiv-
ably be served by denying publica-
tion to an author whose consum-
mate integrity has produced a fic-
tional work based on an actual in-
cident, which neither invades the
privacy of the principals involved
nor Judges the religious issues with
other than sympathetic compas-
sion."
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Jewisti Mr rWin
Page 7-A
NATE PERlftWTTER BACK FROM OFFICIAL TOUR OF GERMAN REPUBLIC
Where Were You When...?' ADL Exec Wonders
How does a Jew feel when he
is on an extensive tour of West
Germany?
Hbw does he feel when he is
on the tour as a guest of the
Bonn Government?
How does he leei as he lives
in the home of German citizens,
who act as his hosts?
Nate Perlmutter. executive di-
rector of the Florida Office of the
Anti-Defamation League of F.'nai
P'rith, can answer these ques-
tions eloquently and more.
Perlmutter returned Mondiy
from a month's tour through the
West German Federal Republic.
The Bonn Government had
invited him as a member of a
ten-man team of national ADL
executives to visit the country
in order te explore how the
American experience in com-
batting bigotry would apply to
Germany and to observe the
growth of democratization
there.
"We arrived in Cologne," Perl-
mutter told The Jewish Florid-
lan. "and everyone I looked at
made me think: 'Where were
you?' The feeling was just about
entirely involuntary, particularly
in the case of people obviously 40
or over and especially if they
were amputees or physically dis-
figured in some fashion or other."
The Dreesen Hotel
The 1') man mission included
neh notables as Benjamin R. Ep-
stein, national director of the
Anti-Defamation League.
"For the first week." Perlmut-
ter said. -I stayed at the Dreesen
Hotel in Bad Godesberg. The ho-
tel is outside of Bonn on the
Rhine. iiwrlooking the seven
^^mountains of Wagner's 'Ring.'
WThe hotel was one of Adolf Hit-
ler's favorites, rfhd Neville Cham-
berlain drew up the Munich Pact
there.'
During Perlmutlcr's first week,
In participated in meetings with
the Ministries of the Interior,
Justice. Foreign Affairs, Defense.
Cultural Education, and Political
Education. He also met with a
HATi PIRLMUTTCR
bare admission
variety of university, industrial,
and labor leaders.
After that, he moved into the
home of Fr. Von Gallwitz, a
Catholic priest, who lives with
his mother in Rodenkirche.
"The priest read my mind,"
Perlmutter reported, "when I
wondered just how typical his
home is today."
"Very typical." the priest de
clared. "My mother is a widow."
Germany lost 15 million per-
sons during World War II. and
widowhood is virtually a national
characteristic. "There was an air
of unreality in the house." noted
Perlmutter. "On the mantle
stood a huge picture ol his father
a three-star general during the
war. Above it was another pic-
ture this one of his Prussian
grandfather, a four-star general
in the Kaiser's army."
Mo Whitewash
Perlmutter subsequently dis-
covered that the priest's father
had been under house arrest for
three weeks as part of the abort-
ive Von Mollke group assassin-
ation attempt of Adolf Hitler on
July 20. 1944. "Fr. Von Gallwitz
told me nothing about this," said
No. Shore Lodge To Hear Editor
l,oo Mindlin. executive editor of
the Jewish Floridian, will be fea-
tured speaker at a North Shore
B'nai B'rith meeting at the Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Auditorium, 1133 Normandy Dr.,
on Monday evening.
Program chairman. Irvine C. I
Spear, said that Mindlin's topic for
the evening will be "The Changing
Political Scene in Israel Today."
E. Alfred Rowen. president of
the lodge, will conduct the meet-
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Perlmutter. "Apparently, he
thought I would interpret it as a
whitewash effort. But the fact is
that when the war started to go
badly for the Nazis, the priest's
father was sent to the Eastern
front, where he oied within sev-
eral days and under circum-
stances never satisfactorily ex-
plained."
Perlmutter noted that the
Bonn Government is trying hard
today to make a national holiday
out of the July 20 movement
and to raise its protagonists to
the status of national heroes.
"They have met with only mod-
erate success." Perlmutter de-
clared.
"It's enlightenirv) that a peo-
ple suffers such a paucity of
true heroesthat the Germans
had to wait until 1944 for its
best choices. What better com-
mentary on the Third Reich's
total acceptanceuntil the tide
began to turn?"
Why had Perlmutter been host-
ed by Fr. Von Gallwitz? Is the
priest a kind of "window" to the
"new Germany?" Not so, the
ADL executive explained. "His
mother, for example, is extreme-
ly active in a great variety of
Christian Jewish organizations
dedicated to better relations and
understanding. Unlike in Amer-
ica," he added, "these are en-
tirely or almost entirely Chris-
tian-inspired and led. So many
Germans today seem to feel they
have a lot of sinning to expiate."
Hitler Youth Leader
From Fr. Gallwitz' home. Perl-
mutter moved to Graf Hans Von
Schweinitz' home at Porz-wann-
Heide. The count's title goes
back through many centuries of
aristocracy. Today, he is the
head of the American desk at the
Foreign Press Office. The 37-
year-old Von Schweinitz was an
enthusiastic leader in the Hitler
Youth movement during the Nazi
era.
One night, the count threw a
party for a high German official
and in ho lor of Perlmutlcr's stay.
"Again," he told The Jewish
Fioridian, "there was the distinct
air of unreality about it all. Peo-
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pie were sitting and drinking
they might have been in Miami
or New York or Chicago. But 1
kept asking myself: 'What are
you doing here?' And increasing-
ly. I began to feel what I felt
when I first landed in Cologne,
looking at the guests about me:
Where were you?'
"During all the noise of the
party. I thought of a visit I had
made to a cemetery in Beuele
with Fr. Vo.i Gallwitz. There
we stopped at a grave of an 18-
year-old boy. where the marker
simply read, 'Stalingrad.'
"And right then and there, I
spoke up, confessing to the en-
tire party: 'Notwithstanding
the hallowed ground on which
we stood, and the tender years
of the boy, I looked at the
grave and cMdn't care. Who in-
vited him to Stalingrad?' And
then I said to one man,
straight out: 'Where were you
in those years? I was in the
Pacific'."
Perlmutter reported that "you
could have heard a pin drop on
a velvet rug. The man was hon-
est. He told me he had been,
like Graf Von Schweinitz. a Hit-
ler Youth movement leader. 'Did
you ever read "Mein Kampf"?'
the man asked. I told him I had.
Then you know.' the ex-Nazi de-
clared, 'that there is much ideal-
ism in the book. Hitler was
against corruption and deca-
dence, and he was for cleanli-
ness of mind and body. As a
youth. I aspired toward these
very same ideals'."
Said Perlmutter: "I listened,
externally patient and polite, but
seething inside. Then I replied:
'Evn after Crystal Night? Did
you continue to feel happy about,
the ideals of "Mein Kampf" even
alter Crystal Night?' "
After Crystal Night
Crystal Night occurred on Nov.
6, 1938. when over 600 syna-
gogues throughout Germany
were smashed that night Hit-
ler's first, massive, and external
attack against the survival of
German Jewry.
"His eyes clouded over," said
Perlmutter. "'My closest
friend was a Jew,' He declared.
'Many of us, after Crystal
Night, couldn't look each other
in the eye. We could feel it
the very next morning. But
man has a faculty for blocking
out what he doesn't want to
know. I should have known
what was going on all of us
should have known. I should
have known what would hap-
pen to my friend. I simply
blocked it out'."
Perlmutter, who said "this is
about as close as anyone got dur-
ing my visit in Germany to ac-
cepting a personal share of the
guilt for the Hitler era." told The
Jewish Floridian: "I put it to him
simply: 'When did you become
an ex-Nazi?" He was softly elo-
quent. He raised a withered arm,
po'nted at it and remarked: 'Aa
a child, I had polio. 1 will ncvei
have polio again."
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of Germany.
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*Jenist- fkrkiiar
Friday. September 27, 1963
Sukkoth Observance Continues Here
Continued from Page 5-A
183rd S: at 6 a m Saturday sen
MM arv >( 8^45 a.m. FimI d*>
>; Sukkoth will be observed aa
Wedaeadey. Oct 9. at 5 so r m
naradaj lenitaa, Saeauari Atze-
.it 8:45 a Yizkor
I at at 1030 a.m.. with the aer-
sea scheduled as "Aa Emotional
Esawrk sec S km Pan l will
b* laaaeaed iz 5 so n Raa
> bVfcren iavttcd. b scheduled for
30 BUB. Service] continue Fn-
>. v at 8:45 am Cantor Maurice
Neu renders the musical portions
o Um
*
\t Tifereeh Israel Congregation.
BBB \ to c len teai
K I J at S:30 P with
a part> (or eaJlaaea scheduled ic
S I Rabbi Henry B Wo:
ea. v. I officiate and preach on
Fear at a Bad Ere-. she-
MaBretn aen .-. riObe aexl '
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kts Sak>
keth eaattane 1
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cos Wednesday. Oct. 9. at 7 so
PJB with newly-enrolled kinder-
classes of the Religious
roust orated Rabbi
Joseph R Narot will preach, and
a recast -. edvted to follow.
..irsday. Oct. 10. services for
- kkotn w.!l bo at
11 i.:: Yizkor memorial in-
cluded. Rabbi Grail aHI deliver
Ibc aaraaaa CaabH Jacob Born
stein will reader the musical por-
tions of the liturgy at all services
*
Oade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion. MH NW iS3rd & will hold
Friday eveabaj larvvea at 8:15
p.m_ with Rabbi Harold Richter
officiating and Cantor Jack Lerner
rtag the musical portions of
the liturgy Senr.on wiU be 'The
o of Peace." Saturday
services are at 8:30 am. with the
sermon based on the Weekly Tor
tioa.' Skeaakd Maereta services
ea Wednesday. Oct 9 5 45 pm..
w Jl lauac'r :' Suk-
koth Senr.or. 7~. ->jay. 830 a m
..- Abate IM Me Aaotaar Day
vtt be at 10 am Simchas
dren and
be a: 7 p rr. Friday
KTvicai honor: Stecaai Torah
riB begia a: 8 30 a.m
s
Rabbi Mordecai Podet wiU offi-
ad Caatar Gordon Richards
chant tbe aiaat al portions of the
it Temple Judea, 320 Pal-
on Friday a*. 8 15 p.m. Dis-
- d Sabbata will feature the
H*Uk Cod Looks Do:
:.-. first al three bm Mtarea
p-fcik^soph) and devek;
:: Rt: -~ K.-...: day of
Safcsel ?e observed aazl
Thursday 10 30 a m_ with Snemini
:h services, followed bj V.:

Temple rrfereth Jacob. 951 Fla-
Bah. hold Sa:-
_rii> .r-.-. --. r. .o*s at
-..r. Raboi H;. c;z Crooa I
-".--. r.r.al days of Sukkoth will
:ncbed next Wednesday Oct
r ;: f 7 r S.-i- -. Atxereta ser-
Thursday. Od 10. will be at
y aja. followeo r> Ttadaar memor-
tai at 10 is Bve.-jr.s ><
launchici the S Tonh cele-
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bration. is at 8 15 p.m.. followed
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At Young Israel of Greater Mi-
ami, 990 NE 171?t St.. Rabbi Sher-
win Staubcr will officiate at Fri-
day evening services at 5:45 p.m.
Saturdaj services are at 9 a.m..
when Rabbi Stauber will discuss
Sabbath in the Wilderne.-s. Final
dayt of Sukkoth will be launched
next Thursday, with Shemini Atze-
rcth services at 9 a.m. Yizkor me
mortal follows at 10:30. Beginning
of Simchas Torah is scheduled for
Thursday at 6 p.m.. with a Torah
procession. Services continue Fri-
dav at 9 a.m.
<
Regular Friday evening services
this weekend will be held at Beth
Raphael Congregation, 138 NW 3rd
Ave at 5:45 p.m. Saturday serv-
ices are at 9 a.m Shemini Atze-
reth will be launched Wednesday
evening. Oct. 9. at 5:30 p.m Final
days of Sukkotn are Thursday, at
9 a.m.. with Yizkor following at
1030. Rabbi Murray Alstet will
officiate and preach on "Life's Re
PecthMM on the Fall Season." Sim-
chas Torah begins Thursday at
5 30 p.m.. and follows Friday at 9.

At Southwest Jewish Center.
t-438 SW 8th St. Friday evening
services will be held at 8:30 p.m..
W Rabbi Zevi Greenwald oifi-
Bf and preaching on "TT.o
Meaning of the Sukkah Saturday
es. Choi Hamoed. are at 83u
a m Robert Greenstein will be-
Far Mitzvaa F:r.al days of
Sukkoth will be launched aexl
sday at 5 30 pm Sbi
Ataereta aaikea are Thursda>.
'>t 10 at 8 30 a.m.. vita Yiifc a
memorial laBowiaf Simchas
Torah will be launched at 6 p m
with additiocal services and Hako
fos continuinj Friday, 8 30 a rr
Beth Kodesh Congregation. 1101
51 Wk St.. will hold early Friday
evaaaaf. services at 6 pm.. with
Ribbi Max Shapiro officiating and
Cantor Fred Bercsteir. chanting
the liturgical portKHis of the week
end services and concluding Suk-
kotb observances during the week
to follow. Sermon topic on Satur-
day. 8 45 aJBU will be "Perma-
nent Peace. Final days of the
idea wji b< aaaared m on Wed-
nesday Oct 9. at 6 p.m Schedule
oe Oct. 10. begins at
S 45 a Rabbi Shapiro s
atea rial -.:- Yizkor.
-..r rVai Live-"
- r x. subjec:
- of the Law.
:>_-.: parents par .
1 >-~-'"as -"."- >..k
Fri-
Agudath
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tbroacaoat tbe ec-servinces Oa
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will hold Friday evening services
ct 6 p.m. Saturday services are
al 8 45 a.m Rabbi Simon April
1 will officiate and preach on "Kohc-
leth Hoshana Rahbah will launch
the final days ol Sukkoth next Wed
1 nesdav. 8:45 a.m. Shemini Atze-
? rcth will be Tfmrsdav Oct TfT. at
18:45 a.m.. with Yizkor memorial
at 10:30 a.m Hakofos will begin
1 the Simchas Torah observance on
Thursday night at 6 p.m., and con-
tinue Friday. 8:45 a.m. Cantor
Hyman Pine renders the musical
portion of the liturgy.
*
Late Friday services al Temple
i'nai Abraham. 387 NE 167th St..
will be held at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Nathan Zwitman will officiate and
speak on "Strength in Frailty."
Following services, the Sisterhood
will boat the Oneg Shabbat in the
Sukkah. Cantor Alexander Cohen
will chant the liturgical portion of
all services during the weekend
and at the closing observances of
Sukkoth during the week. On Sat-
urday morning, at 9 a.m.. the ser-
mon topic will be "Living in the
Sukkah." Thursday morning serv-
ices. Oct. 10. at 10 a.m.. will in
dude Yizkor at 11 a.m.. with Rab-
bi Zwitman's subject "We Must
Not Forget to Remember. The
Simchas Torah sermon on Friday
morning. 10 a.m.. will be "The
TorahOur Life and Our Joy."
-
Bar Mitzvah of Del Dentel. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Ro>en
baum. will be observed during ser
~.itc He-ber: Ba.-j
?za&sc. weekend aad Sab
it Tpn Beeh Aan
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'an :? wictazzp Fniaj %
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1: a ae Bas Mi
-ii iaagfjaai al N-- i
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laj -i be tantd m m
aay. Oct. ac T J p
Tjc* K:rer
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i vices at Temple Menorah, 620 75th
i St.. on Saturday at 9 a.m. Rabbi
i Mayer Abramowitz will officiate
Shemini Atzereth services will bi
held on Thursday. Oct. 10, at 9-^
a.m.. with Cantor Edward Klein
chanting the liturgy and Rabbi
Abradkjwttr eoTrdiretrng Yizkor me-
morial at 10:15 a.m. Simchas Tor
ah begins Thursday, with Kakofos
at 6:15 p.m.. and continues Friday.
8:30 a.m.

Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW
22nd Ave.. will hold weekend ser
vices on Friday at 8:15 p.m., an<1
Saturday, at 9:30 a.m. Rabbi S
i M. Machtei and Cantor Lester N
Chananie will officiate and als>
. conduct concluding Sukkoth obsen
ances starting Wednesday. 8:15
p.m.. and Thursday and Fnda>
Oct. 10 and 11. at 9:30 a.m.. with
Yizkor memorial services Thurs
day at 10:30 a.m
>
Weekend and holiday aervices
Congregation Beth Jacob, 31!
Washington Ave.. will be conduc- t.,
ted by Rabbi Tibor H. Stern a-
sisted by Cantor Maurice Ifamches.
who will chant the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Friday eve
ning early service this weekend
will be held at 5:45 p.m.. and dur
ing Saturday morning aervices al
8:30 am.. Rabbi Stern's sermon
will be on "Sentimentalism v.
nesdav evening. Oct. 9. Sukkoth
will be at 6 p.m. Services begii
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+J**i*HFk>rkiian
Paqe 3-A
mour Hinkes will chant all portions day, 8:45 a.m.. will be "Our Fore-
of the liturgy throughout the week- \ falhers Harvested a People." Last
oug observance. ...
t (lays of the holiday observance will
mple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase U.sh?.r,>d '" \Vcdm'sda-v- 0ct-
.. Will hold weekend services ;" ,b P '" ""* "'V,,,,.od
Thursday, Oct. 10. beginning at
Discussing the first annual Contemporary
Jewish Affairs Lectureship aie (left to right)
Seymour Samet, Edward Cohen, A. Arthur
Pekelner, James M. Albert, Robert P. Forman,
Fieri K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Flor-
idian, and chairman of the event, Sam Blank,
sponsor of the lectureship, Mrs. Dorothy Krieg-
er Fink and Julian Berg. The first in the series,
sponsored by Sam Blank, will be held Oct. 29
at the Fontcinebleau Hotel.
Sukkoth Observance Here
Continued from Preceding Page
on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 8:30 a.m..
with Yizkor at 11 a.m. Rabbi
Stern's subject will be "Harvest
oi Life." Following 6 p.m. services,
the children will march in the pro-
cessl >nal, with favors furnished by
Sisterhod. Simchas Torah is sla-
ted for Friday morning, Oct. 11.
at 8:30 a.m., with the officers of
the i'n^legation host lor refresh-
nun:- served.
Saturday morning services at
the Israelite Center, 3175 SW 25th
St, ill be held at 8:30 a.m. Feast
of the Tabernacles will be observ-
tc. throughout the following week,
with Rabbi Paul Bender and Can-
tor Louis Cohen conducting the
observance*. Hashona Rabbah is
slated for Wednesday, Oct. 9, at
7:15 a.m.. with Shemini Atzereth
evening services at 5:45 p.m. On
Thursday morning. Oct. 10, serv-
ice.-, begin at 8:30 a.m., with Yiz-
kor memorial observance sched-
uled for 10:30 a.m. Evening Sim-
chas loian procession will be held
at o30 p.m., and closing services
oi Friday, Oct. 11, at 8:30 a.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Avc, will hold weekend ser-
vices Friday at 6 p.m., Saturday
at 8:30 "a.m., Mincha at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph Backovsky's subject
tor the morning sermon will be
''Jews and Israel." Rabbi Rackov-
sk} ill conduct the Sukkoth holi-
d; > observances starting with
tii Atzereth on Thursday.
Oct. 10. at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor ser-
mon, preceding memorial services
;.t 11 a.m.. will be on "Nat'onal
Jewish Holiday." Mincha and Maa-
i services are slated for 6:10
p.m.. with Simchas Torah on Fri-
day. Oct. 11, at 8:30 a.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will conduct
evening services on Friday at 6
p.m.. in the main sanctuary of
Temple Emanu-EI, 1701 Washing
Inn Ave. On Saturday morning,
during services slated to beg'n at
9 a.m.. the Bar Mitzvah of Evan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kraus.
.\ill be celebrated. Mincha at 6
p.m. will be followed by Maariv.
Dr. Lehrman will preach at Suk-
koth observances on Thursday and
Friday, Oct. 10 and 11. assisted by
Cantor Hirsh Adler. who will chant
the musical portions of the holiday
service.-. Yizkor memorial prayers
will be ottered on the first day
during 9 a.m. services, and Sim-
chas Torah with Hakofos will be
included in the evening service
at 7 p.m. Observance on the con-
cluding day will begin at 9 a.m.
Junior Congregation will hold ser-
vices on both days at 10:30 a.m. in
the school assembly.
Congregation Beth El, 50C SW
17th Ave., will hold Friday eve-
| ning services at 5:45 p.m., with
; Saturday schedule at 8:30 a.m. and
will officiate during the weekend
I and at the Wednesday evening.
| Oct. 9, service at 5:45 p.m.. usher-
I ing in the final days of the Suk-
koth festival. Morning service on
Thursday. Oct. 10. beginning at
8:30 a.m.. will include Yizkor at
10 a.m.. with Rabbi Schiff preach-
ing on "The Past Should Inspire
the Future. Following the eve-
ning 5:45 p.m. service, the chil-
dren will be treated to a Simchas
Torah party and march in the
Te
A\e
beginning on Friday. 8:15 p.m..
and continuing on Saturday morn
ing at 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will conduct the services
;:nd officiate at the Bar Mitzvah
of Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Louis Zarch
and Earle Robinson, with Cantor
David Conviser chanting the litur-
gical portions of all observances.
Final holiday celebration will be
ushered in on Wednesday. Oct. 9,
with a family Hakofos at 7:15 p.m.
Simchas Torah and Shemini Atze-
reth are scheduled for Thursday
morning, Oct. 10. at 10:45 a.m., |
during which the children from
kindergarten to third grade will
be consecrated. Yizkor memorial
services will be conducted by Rab-
bi Kronish.
8:45 a.m. Yizkor sermon by Rab
bi Brooks will he "Our Children
Remember the Deeds of Their Fa-
thers," with memorial services at
10 a.m. Evening observance will
resume at 6 p.m.. with the Simchas
Torah procession at 7 p.m. Friday
morning, Oct. 11. cycle will bi*.
completed at 8:45 a.m.
"What are the Sukkah and the
Lulav?" will be the subject of
Rabbi Hcrshel Brooks' sermon on
Friday evening. 8:15 p.m., at Tem-
ple Zamora, 44 Zamora Ave. Can-
tor Ben Dickson will chant the
musical portion of the weekend
services and the concluding Suk-
koth cycle observed during the fol-
lowing week. An Oneg Shabbat in
Torah procession. Sukkoth con-! the Sukkah will complete the eve
eludes on Friday morning, Oct. 11,
at 8:30 a.m.
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Temnle Zion, 5720 SW 17th St.. !
w'll hold weekend services on Fri-
day at 6 p.m.. and Saturday at 9 |
a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Ronald, son i
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Friedman,
will be observed during the morn-
ing services, with Rabbi Alfred
Waxman officiating, on Wednes-
day, Oct. 9. Hashona Rabbah will
be observed at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m..
with Shemini Atzereth and Yizkor
services slated for Thursday, Oct.
10. during 9 a.m. schedule. Special
service for the eighth dav of the
festival will be held at 7 p.m., with
Hakofos. Rabbi Waxmans Sim
chas Torah sermon on Friday, Oct.
11. at 9 a.m., will be "The Re-
r.ing services. Subject on Satur-
Beth Torah Congregation, 1051
No. Miami Beach Blvd.. will hold
Friday evening Mincha services at
6 p.m., followed by Maariv. Dur-
ing Saturday morning services,
8:45 a.m.. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
assisted by Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsch-
enbaum, will officiate at the Bar
Mitzvah of Steven and Joel, sons
I Of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Levine.
Hashona Rabbah observance will
be held on Wednesday. Oct. 9, at
6:30 p.m. On Thursday. Oct. 10,
Shemini Atzereth services will be-
gin with Shachris at 8:45 a.m. Rab-
bi Lipschitz will deliver a Yizkor
sermon followed by memorial ser-
vice at 10 a.m. All children arc.
invited to attend the Simchas Tor*
ah celebration at 6 p.m. Friday
morning schedule is slated for 8:4!>
a.m.. with the Torah read at 9:4!
and Musaf at 11:15 a.m.
5:45 p.m. Rabbi So.omon Schiff I joicing of the Law." Cantor Scy-
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Friday. October 4, 1963
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The
Fathers
By MAX LERNER
Mkm 'i' i nra
JNF to Hear Israel Air Force Chief
Paris.
The generation of the fathersthe constitutional fathers of Europe
is passing, and Europe is morally impoverished for it. One is re-
minded of that fact by the recent death of Robert Schuman. who was
>ne of the stalwarts of the European idea. Schuman is dead, Alcide dt
'aspen is dead. Winston Churchill nas left the political stage, Konrad
Adenauer is in the course of making his farewells. Only Spaak and
Monnet are left of the original group of greats, both of thenl very much
alive, active, and to be reckoned with.
I am not speaking now of the technicians the working Eurocrats
who form a new segment of Europe's governing class and a formid-
able one, a kind of dossier aristocracy, with an economic language of
"heir own. and separate transnational schools lor their children, and
allegiances that cut across national boundary lines. I am speaking of
he little original band of movers and shapers the Washingtons.
Franklins. Jeffersons. Hamiltons and Madisons of the European idea,
whose thought fertilized their time and whose will has resulted in the
new Europe which is now taking shape.
Tht climate of Europe in which the new men are operating is a
very different one from that of the fathers. Just how different was
shewn at Schman's funeral, at Metz. in the studied insult which de
'".aulle paid to Schuman's closest friend and associate. Jean Monnet,
iy pointedly excluding him from those invited to a formal luncheon
after the funeral. This was a petty and graceless act of revenge against
vlonnet, a man who has always been a lone wolf and non-conformist,
ind who has refused to play de Gaulle's anti-British and anti-American
game because he is primarily a European and not a Gaullist. De
Gaulle's remorseless unfoi getting personal feuds are part of the rigid-
ity of a political genius who is very sure of himself and is now in the
joldcn age ot his influence.
The irony of it is that de Gaulle's power rests on the new economic
-trength ol France and upon its leverage power inside the Common
Market, and for both of them he and France owe an immense debt to
lean Monnet and to Robert Schuman. his partner in shaping the Euro-
pean economic community. There are two recent books in which you
..an read the story, and which I have found most useful for the history
ol the building of the new Europe: Richard Mayne's "The Community
ol Europe' (Norton) and Hans Schmitt's "The Path to European
Union" (Louisiana University). There is also an inside story in
[/Express by Georges Suifert, which I have checked here, on how Jean
Monnet and Robert Schuman made the first breakthrough in 1950.
The practical ideas for forming Europe (I don't count the Couden-
hove-Kalergi Pan-Europe idea or the dreams of the men in the Resist-
ance movements during the war) began bubbling up in 1949 when the
Council of Europe (now sitting in Strasbourg) was formed. All sorts
>f plans were hopefully launched, among them the idea of Andre Philip.
the French Socialist, for a common plan for the key industries of the
Western European nations, which would tie them together and control
them together. This was at once too drastic and too general, but it
was part of the general ferment. Meanwhile, the political atmosphere
oecame more tense, with the Soviet A-bomb, the Korean War, and West
Germany emerging as a prospering economy, once more making a
aid for its place in the European sun. Something was needed to give
Europe a common will and also to curb the new Germany and make it
a responsible one.
This was the cue for Jean Monnet, the "mystery man" of France,
.vho was the head of the French Planning Commission, but always
--hunned the limelight. He knew the art of persuading men, how to
operate behind the scenes through the chefs-du-Cabinet of the various
ministries, how not to arouse envies, how to get things done through a
passionate anonymity, how to appeal both to men's idealism and their
-irise of the pragmatic, how to set the stage and time the entrance.
After a weekend in the mountains, early in 1950, Monnet came back
to Paris with a plan. It was less ambitious than Andre Philip's for a
union of Europe's heavy industries, and less ambitious also than Aden-
auer's suggestion for a complete economic and political union of France
;.nd Germany, but it owed something to both. It was a plan for join-
ing the ore of France, the coal ot Germany, and the steel plants of
both into a Coal and Steel Community which would be indpendent of
both, to be run by technocrats for the good of both peoples.
By Special Report
Gen. Ezer Weizmann. Comrmin-
Ur-in-Chief'6f Israel's Air Force.
trill arrive from Jeruslaem to ad-
liess the national assembly of the
ewish National Fund of America.
hich will be held in New York
'ity at the New York Hilton from
)ct. 31 to Nov. 3, it was announced
y Mendel N. Fisher, chairman of
he Assembly Committee.
A nephew of the late Dr. Chaim
Ve'zmann. first President of the
State of Israel. Gen. Weizmann is
a native of Israel, born in Tel
Aviv 38 years ago. Formerly Chief
of Operations of the Israel Air
Force, he is one of Israel's fore-
most national heroes, having dis-
tinguished himself in the War of
Liberation, and previously in the
RAF during World War II.
Following his service as a
fighter pilot with the RAF in
which he saw action in North
ugh
Schuman was French Foreign Minister at the time. Throuj
Schuman's chef-du-Cabinct. Monnet made sure that Schuman would I
read his plan. As a German-speaking Frenchman from Alsace who
had barely escaped the Gestapo, and as a devout European Catholic, i
Schuman had his own reasons for seizing upon the Monnet Plan. He
-.'ot it by the French Cabinet by a weirdly brilliant performance of |
mumbling through it so as to make it seem a matter of no world-!
-haking importance. He got Adenauer's approval, of course, and alert-
d the British and American leaders to its meaning. He broke it to i
the world (and incidentally to the startled steel magnates themselves):
>n a dramatic press conference where he no longer mumbled but spoke
out. The rest is history.
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Africa, he returned to Palestine
in 1947, where he plunged, into
the effort to build an air force
for the Haganah, the Jewish De-
fense Army. The embryo air
force, which consisted of Piper
Cubs and called itself the Pal-
estine Aero Club, supplied the
experience and training for the
subsequent invasion of Israel
and War of Liberation.
Jacob Tsur. former Israel Am-
bassador to France and Argentina,
and now chairman oi the Board of
Directors of the Karen Kayemeth
Leisrael; Avraham Harman. Israel
Ambassador to the United States;
Michael Comay. Israel Ambassa-
dor to the United Nations, and Al-
bert Schiff. president of the Jew-
ish National Fund of America, will
be among the leading American
Government. Israel, Zionist and
civic leaders to address the confer-
ence. Richard Tucker, world-famed
Metropolitan Opera tenor, will per-
| form at the plenary session on SaT*
! uiday evening. Nov. 2.
Ambassador Tsur is expected to
present to the assembly delegates
I a broad-gauged plan for the devel-
opment of one million dunams of
land in the Galilee, involving the
building of a network of roads, the
reclamation of many thousands of
acres of rockv soil for farming,
and the planting of tens of millions
of trees.
The project, which was ap-
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details of this massive plan for the
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Jack S. Popick (left), president of the South Florida Division of
the American Friends of the Hebrew University, discusses with
board members (second from left) Louis Hirsch. Mayshie Fried-
berg and Bernard Katz plans for the forthcomina visit of Eliahu
Elath, president of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Feast of Tabernacles Has
Rcots in Ancient History
By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
From the solemn exaltation of
the Days of Awe to the gaiety of
Simchas Torah. the Rejoicing of
the Law. which marks the end
and beginning of the yearly cycle
of readings from the Pentateuch,
two weeks have elapsed, with
.summer slowly turning to fall.
The essence of the Jewish Law
is contained in three words: rev-
erence, love, joy. They show us
the way to bring us nearer to
God.
Feast of Tabernacles
Sukkoth. beginning on the 15th
HJay of Tishri. Oct. 4, lasts seven
days. We are ordered: Thou
shalt dwell in booths seven days
... that your generation may
know that I made the children
of Israel to dwell in booths when
I brought them out of Egypt"
(Lev. 23:42). This is designed to
keep fresh in our minds their 40
years of wandering through the
wilderness.
And the Lord said: "This is
not to be to you a fast day as on
the Day ot Atonement: eat. drink,
be merry and sacrifice peace-
offerings thereon."
Home and synagogue are deck-
ed with greenery and flowers,
and we gratefully thank the Al-
mighty for the rich harvest. The
four species brought into the
synagogue are the golden citron
the tall palm branch, the sprigs
of flowering myrtle, and the
graceful willow of the Arba-ah-
Minim combined. Every morn-
ing of the first seven days of Suk-
koth, except on the Sabbath, we
recite a blessing over them.
During all these days, the Ark
is opened and a solemn proces-
sion takes place. First in line is
the cantor, followed by the rab-
bi; after them come all those
who hold an esrog and a lulav.
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Marching around the bimnh or
down the aisles, they join the
cantor singing the Hoshana pray-
er.
Hoshana Rabbah
Hoshana Rabbah. meaning "th<
great help," marks the seventh
Ciay "I SiiKkoth. This is the time
uhen the palm fronds, the willow
and the esrog are given to the
children to play with. On this
(lay. the prayers are much long-
er. They are recited while the
worshippers circle the synaeogue
seven times.
Shemini Atzereth is the eighth
day, when we leave the Sukkah,
which was our home for seven
days. After the recital of Yizkor
prayers, we say the Prayer for
Rain (Geshem). We ask the Al-
mighty for rain as a mark of our
devotion to Israel; for rain is
necessary for a good harvest, and
such rain is caught in garrels to
be used during the dry season.
Simchas Torah forms the cul-
mination of the three weeks of
religious observances which
marked the solemn beginning of
the New Year. Its name means
"The rejoicing of the Law." our
God-Given Torah. This holiday
is devoted to the greatest book of
all the Holy Bible. On each
Sabbath during the year, we read
a portion of the Torah. and today
the last portion has been com-
pleted. No sooner than this has
been done, than the Torah is roll-
ed up. and the reading starts
with the first chapter of Genesis,
the wonderful story of the Cre-
ation.
Solemn Procession
All the scrolls are taken out
of the Ark and carried lovingly
around the synagogue sevqn
times in a solemn procession,
called Hakofos. Dancing, singing
and feasting bring the gay fes-
tival to an end.
This ends the festive cycle of
our holidays. Our precious heri-
tage, transmitted to us through
danger-fraucht millennia, has im-
bued us with a happy feeling of
joy and exuberance. The essence
of Judaism has always been its
unswerving optimism in its
messianic mission wlveh began
in remote antiquity with the re-
demption from Egypt's bondage.
Through the many dark ccn
turies of oppression and perse-
cution. Israel has proclaimed its
messianic mission, not for Israi 1
alone but for all mankind. It ha;
triumphantly outlasted all tor-
ments and calumnies. Thercfon
"tWCJ'St110' yield '" despair, bi
true to our great religious her
tage. apply its great teaching i
to the laws of life, of loving kirn
ness and righteousness, of bless-
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so that they may not perish fror
the earth.
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Argentine Jewry Fears Rising
Tide of Anti-Semitisim-

Escorting the Torah Scrolls into the new Young
Israel are top row (left to right) No. Miami
Beach Councilman Newton Greene; Rabbi
David Hill, president of the National Council
of Young Israel; Emanuel Ungar, president of
the congregation; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber,
spiritual leader of the congregation; and No.
Miami Beach Mayor Arthur Snyder. Bottom
row are Ben Lerner, Josaph Margolin, Alex
Gooze, Harry Lerner, Dr. Solomon Nussbaum,
chairman of the Building Committee, and Mil-
ton Gottlieb.
Canadian Jewry Lists Big Concerns
Continued from Page 1-A
other group he listed was books
and pamphlets published and dis-
tributed by the Huemel Publishing
house, including publications sign
ed by Father Julio Meinvielle. who
has admitted acting as spiritual
adviser" to the Tacuara group.
Dr. Schteingart reported that at-
tractively-printed reprints of the
Protocols of the Elders of Z:on, I
the classic publication of anti-;
Semitism were on sale in most
bookstores in Buenos Aires. He
said that the reprint has the pub-1
lication sources of -.Maximo Pere"
but that it was evident that it was j
edited by the liuemel House. He j
also mentione.l official Catholic
publications, such as "Our Lady of
Fatima Parish Bulletin." which
published such material as that of
Juan Mslensek. a priest of Yugo-'
slavian origin, which expressed ;
deep hate aga;nst the Jews" and j
*
simultaneously praised the Tacu-
ara movement.
Finally, he cited some national-
istic publications circulating most-
ly among military forces which, he
said, maintained a continuous
propaganda on the theme that
Communism and Judaism were
"two faces of the sarrie medal"
and organized "in a vast world
conspiracy."
OTTAWA (JTA) The Can-
adian Jewish Congress has sub-
mitted to the Dominion's Prime
Minister, Lester B. Pearson, ai
lengthy brief dealing with most "of j
the major issues concerning Can
adian Jews.
Included among the issues were
the work of the Government's!
Royal Commission on Bicultural
i.'m and Bilingualism, immigra-
tion, the criminal code, the Bill
of Rights, the Human Rights Com-!
mission, property nationalized by
Poland, heirless property, the
USSR and its treatment of Jews, |
.ind Israel and the Middle East.
Premier Pearson received the
Jewish delegation in the presence
r.l Paul Martin, Secretary of
State for External Affairs; Maur-
ice Lamontage, president of the
Queen's Privy Council; and Guy
Rabbi Schiff Will
Chair CD Council
Unit in IVHami
Rabbi Solo non Schiff, president
of the Greater '. iami Ri
has been elected
chairman of the Religious Affairs
( I, Dade County Civil De-
fense, in a meeting oi represi
lives of the four primary affili-
ations which sponsor this phase of
the Civil Defense acth itj
Rabbi Schiff will also serve as
Chief of Civil Defense Chaplains'
Corps, embracing over 100 clergj
men of all faiths who have volun-
teered to serve in any disaster by
ministering to the spiritual needs
of the people oi Dade County un-
der emergency conditions.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, serves with Rab-
bi Sciff as representatives of the
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Under the direction of the Relig-
ious Affairs Council, participating
clergymen are organized into ap-
propriate Civil Delense Districts
according to the locations of their
churches and synagogues, with
Head District Chaplains to co-
ordinate activities within the dis-
tricts.
Fabreau. Minister of Citizenship
and Immigration.
The brief urged the govern-
ment to "take into account the
contribution made by other
ethnic groups to Canada'* cul-
tural enrichment." The brief
urged the Government "to al-
low nothing to denigrate the '
position, rights and privileges |
of Canadians and non-Anglo-
Saxon (Celtic) and French ori- '
gin" and to study amendment of
the British North America Act
"to include inalienable rights of
citizenry under tome Bill of
Rights provision as part of the
constitution."
Referring to the position of
Jews in Russia and the Soviet re-,
strictions which "inhibit and un
dermine the efforts of Soviet
.lews to maintain and develop
their religious and cultural activ-
ity," the brief asked the govern-
ment to use its good offices l<
raise these issues "at appropriate
times and m an .-.>:>
m rum."
The brief also urged th it h
criminal co !e take "anotl
at provisions banning "latent
mosities and hati
spreading oi false n<
disaffection among
groups in Canada and I
materials inciting
; gainst any class of per ons II
asked that the Governme i co
er tightening protection!
violations of the Bill of .'
stressed the importai
ning racial discrimination
religious intolerance through a
1'nited Nations resolution.
Another brief submitted jointly
by the Canadian Jewish Congress
and the United Zionist Council
dealt with Middle Eastern ques-
tions as they affect the "secur-
ity and the well-being of Israel
and the Middle Eastern neighbor-
hood as a whole."
This brief sought to elimi-
rate Israeli Arab border ten-
sions dealt with the imbalance of
arms being shipped into the Mid-
dle East region and called at-
tention to "the unresolved Arab
refugee problem and its impli-
cations for the future."
The Canadian Jewish Congress
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Garh .. presidenl of the CJC. and
included Monroe Abbey, Harold
Lande, Sai Cherniack, Samuel
Uarvery, David Slater, Lavy M.
Becki r, Sj Iney M. Harris and
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X-':.
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin (right), Miami optometrist and vice pres-
ident of the Florida Optometric Association, participated in
I the association's executive committee meeting in Tampa last
weekend, helping map plans for 1963-64. Dr. Pushkin is seen
conferring with Dr. Paul M. Kessler (left), association pres-
ident from Orlando, and Dr. Myron L. Shofner, former Arkan-
jsas Optometric Association president, who in an all-day edu-
[cational seminar Sunday outlined new methods and pro-
redures to help Florida optometrists better serve their patients'
[visual needs and improve practice management.
BETH SHOLOM FUNCTION
[Israel Envcy Will Speak
it Bond Tribute to Ansin
ibassadof Katrtel Kaetz. to-
ll i .-uitesman and veteran hero
|i e struggle tor independence,
l>e guest speaker at the Tein
vih Sholom-Isiael Dinner of
.itc on Sunday evening, Oct.
.,t tbe Doral Beach Hotel, it
announced this week by Rabbi
In Kroni.sh, Temple spiritual
ler, and Louis F. Snetman,
|ier Chairman.
nbassador Kaetz is coming to
^nn-*>peci;illy to present the Is-
Redjpmption Award to Sidney
|AnsLu; who will be honored for
exemplary service to the
ipte. the community, and the
le of Israel."
Ambassador Kaetz is widely-
vn as the man who estab-
id the first line of communi-
lion between Israel and the
Curtain countries. He has
istinguished record of service
(Israel's Armed Forces and in
its Diplomatic Corps. Ambassa-
dor Kaelz began his career in
Israel's foreijn service in 1949,
a'ter leaving ihe Urael Defense
Forces.
After four year-;, he served B8
chief secretary in the Cabinet of
the Israel Government, and was a
leading spokesman for the Israel
Government. During his career in
Israel's diplomatic service. Am-
bassador Kaetz has served as Is-
rael's Charge d'Affaires in Hun-
gary and as Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary in
Poland.
Heading the dinner committee
with Snetman are Rabbi Kronish,
honorary chairman, and James M.
Albert. Dr. Harry E. Wolk. Isadore
Hecht, Maury S. Olinick. Philip
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EDITOR, The >w7sh"Vloridian:
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that the announcement of my re-
tirement from the active service
at the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary has been misinterpreted by
-some Jewish newspapers. Permit
me. therefore, to clarify the situ-
ation briefly.
My major interest for a number
of years has been the Reconstruc-
tionist movement. The progressive
deterioration of Jewish life in the
United States, and indeed through-
out the world, has given me no
I rest. The conventional approaches
I to religion, to education, to Jewish
I community life, and to the sur-
| vival of the Jewish people as a
, creative spiritual force in the
I world have failed. Nothing less
than a completely new approach is
needed to reinvigorate Judaism in
our time.
In the years that remain for me,
I wish to devote myself to study-
ing how to stem the tide of dis-
integration, to find out how to im-
prove all aspects of Jewish life.
For this reason, I am hoping to
establish a Research Institute for
Contemporary Judaism.
The purpose of this Institute
is to turn the attention of my
colleagues and myself to a ser-
ies of projects through which we
can learn what needs to be done
in order that all Jewish relig-
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Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Friday. October 4, 1963

What Can be Gained from a UN Report on the Armistice?
Jerusalem
THE announcement by
' United Nations Secre-
tary General U Thant
that he had asked Gen-
eral Odd Bull. Chief of
Staff of the UN Truce
Supervision Organization,
to prepare a report on the
general observance of the
Armistice Agreements be-
tween Israel and the
neighboring Arab states,
has made observers here
wonder as to the purpose of this move.
Judging by past experience, there is very little
Israel can expect liom such a report. The inability
of the UN to ensure the full observance of the Arm-
istice Agreements lias produced over the years the
tendency to obscure its major provisions and to
force upon Israel the system of selective implemen-
tation
Thus, when the question of Israel's non-partici-
pation in the Israel- Syrian Mixed Armistice Com-
mission is being raised, there is the tendency to
overlook the reason for it: the fact that it followed
Syrian insistence to have jurisdiction over the De-
militarized Zones brought under the Mixed Armis-
t;ce Commission, whereas under the Armistice
Agreement these areas are within the full sov-
ereignty of the State of Israel.
Likewise, when it comes to Israel's non-partici-
pation in the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Com-
mission, there is little "inclination" to see the reas-
ons for it: that there is hardly a single provision in
that agreement which has not been contravened by
Egypt.
Israel does participate in the Israel-Jordan Mix-
ed Armistice Commission. But here. too. the record
is one of violations by Jordan of its major provis-
ions. Included in this agreement is. inter alia,
Article 8, which provides for free access by Israel
to Mount Scopus, to the Holy Places, to the Mt. of
Olives Cemetery, etc.all awaiting implementation
But moreover, and above all. there are included
in all the Armistice Agreements two basic provis-
ions. There is Article One. which envisages the
agreement as a transition to peace; and there is
Article Three, which forbids any party to the agree-
ment from engaging in any hostile activities against
the other.
How do these fundamental provisions square off
wiih the Arab refusal to recognize the existence of
the State of Israel and move toward peace?
Is it the intention of the Secretary General
by having prepared a report on the general observ-
ance of the Armistice Agreements to rectify this
anomalous situation and see to it that the Armis-
tice Agreements with all their provisions are Imple-
mented? Or is Ill's report to be used to further try
and force upon Israel the implementation only of
those provisions which are acceptable to the Arabs.
The fundamental fact is that Israel did not sign
single articles. It signed agreements which she Is
ready and willing to comply with and carry out.
And if the forthcoming report is to be an objective
and honest one and one leading to Improvement
rather than to deterioration in the situation it will
have to bear this fundamental fact in mind.
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Brilliant Jewish Symposium in a Catholic Magazine
RAMPARTS. The National Cath-
olic Journal. 56 pp. Men'o
Park. Calif: 1182 Chestnut St.
THE National Catholic jour-
nal. "Ramparts," features in
its autumn issue which appear-
ed on newstands earlier this
month a symposium called
"The Jew in American Cul-
ture." The symposium, which
consists of three poems and five
articles by prominent Jewish
writers, is an extraordinary
presentation of intellect and
wit; it deserves support and
rapt attention.
It begins with what, line for
line, is probably one of the best
"Jewish'" poems in English, by
the leading American-Jewish
poet. Karl Shapiro. "The Syna-
gogue" is woven with the tex-
ture and feel of an Oriental
tapestry in which Catholicism
and Mohammedanism are the
counter, variant threads; many
people know its unforgettable
last lines: "Our name is yet the
identity of God That storms
the falling altar of the world."
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E. Nathan in his semi-conversa-
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Three of the articles deal
with the same theme from
slightly different viewpoints.
Maxwell Geismar's "The Jew-
ish Heritage in Contemporary
American Fiction," Harold U.
Ribalow's '"The Jewish Side of
American Life,'" and Leslie
Fiedler's "The Jew as Mythic
American" all look to fiction,
either by or about Jews, for
their analyses. Of the three.
Ribalow's is mainly documen-
tary and sociological in tone;
Geismar's i8 a somewhat rambl-
ing personal assessment of Jew-
ishness in modern writing:
while Fiedler's mesmerizing, al-
ways dazzling antic intellectual-
ism explains brilliantly the cur-
rent vogue for things Jewish in
terms of the psyches of Amer-
icans and Jews, with a devas-
tating irony at the end. And
heaven help us. I think it's all
true.
Of the two remaining pieces,
theologian Arthur A. Cohen's
"The Jew, Secularity and Chris-
tian Culture" ranks with Fied-
ler's lor sheer brilliance and
fascination: it partly recalls the
clarion '"return to the faith" of
his latest book, ""The Natural
and Supernatural Jew." but this
is a beggarly oversimplification
of his excellent analysis here of
Jewish secularization.
"The Jewish Idea." by Trude
Weiss-Rosmarin, a rather ped-
antic essay on Jewish ethical
contribution, is dimmed by the
stellar lights surrounding it. I
admit, however, to an absolute-
ly inelectable prejudice against
any writing style which leans as
heavily on the use of italics,
capitals and quotation marks
for emotional tone as does hers.
Capital Spoflighf:
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present d ri v <
for N e g i' i
rights? All ma-
jor Jewish or-
anizations and every Congress-
man of Jewish faith is deeply in-
volvod in work for passage ol
President Kennedy's Civil Rights
Bill and other steps to promote
integration.
Washington representatives of
such groups as the American
Jewish Committee. Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith.
American Jewish Congress, Jew-
ish War Veterans, NCRAC, and
rabbinical organizations are de-
voting much time to civil rights.
Jewish members ol Congress are
busy drafting legislation and per-
fecting strategy.
Yet there are still some Jews
writing their Congressmen and
organizations that Jews should
-low down on backing the Negro
revolution. Their reasons range
from fear that non-Jewish white
elements will be annoyed to de-
; ices of conservatism and to ar-
guments that anti-Semitism is
noticeable among Negroes. Such
views, voiced from both North
and South, are relatively few and
far between. But they keep crop-
ping up.
Rabbi Joachim Prinz is one of
three religious leaders who spoke
at the great Aug. 28 March on
Washington and later met with
President Kennedy. This month,
after assessing results of the
march. Rabbi Prinz reported to
a meeting here of the American
Jewish Congress national govern-
ing council. He is president of
the American Jewish Congress
Rabbi Prinz warned that "a
profound gap" must be closed
'"between the religious leader
who preaches civil rights and the
congregation that does not fol-
low."
"It is the man in the pew
not the man in the pulpit who
must be made to recognize that
his religion carries with it a
moral responsibility and a moral
commitment to the struggle for
full equality." he said.
The leaders of American Pro-
testantism. Catholicism, and Ju-
daism have recognized, accord
ing to Rabbi Prinz. that "if the
churches and synagogues were to
play a significant role in our
time, they had no choice but to
join the great struggle for racial
equality."
"If they had not," he added,
"they would have forfeited relig-
ion- greatest opportunity to be-
come a potent force in American
life."
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Miracle of the Open Door Saved Them
THE story of
' three cen-
turies of Jew-
ish life on
American soil
requires for
recording a n
ever in<
ing canvas,
for in a way
it is the poignant tale and saga
not alone ol nun but ol man
We all have stories of our be-
ginnings here. Mine is the tale
<>! escape from a miracle.
it was the miracle of the
open door, and it happened in
the small Ukranian town of my
birth. A peasant and his fam-
ily of six had been slain by rob-
bers in the night. As the goyim
were gathering to vent wrath
on the Jewish community for
a crime later admitted by the
area's most notorious cattle
thief, a Jewish coachman har-
nessed his horses and sped for
help to an adjacent town. When
the cossaks arrived the mob
was going berserk in the mar-
ket square and, as happened al-
most always in those ezarist
days, the supposed defenders of
the law joined hands with the
pogrom bent peasants.
Our home was located c|iag
onally across from the church
in the center of the town.
Grandmother, a miniature in
stature but a giant in courage
and faith, surveyed the situation
with penetrating eyes from the
open porch and at once decreed
the lifting of shutters and the
opening of doors.
As the front door pivoted, a
Jewish lad who had been draw
ing water from the cistern in
the hear of the house came run
ning in. A peasant, he wept,
had threatened to drown him in
the well.
We were saved, said pious
Jews, by the miracle of the
open door.
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Yiddish Spoken in Divonne
rVV^NE-LES- BAINS is a small township
Prance situated on the French-Swiss border.
lias a native popul; tion of several hundred famil.c
none of them Jewish. Nevertheless you hear pier
of Yiddish spoken on the main street, which tak
less than five minutes to walk from one end to t
other. The township is picturesque-like scenery .
the stage in a play showing a small town squa-
Here is the bakery, and here is the butcher shoi
here is the typical small town French cafe hous
and here is the grocery store; here is the druggist,
wine store without which no French township exists.
Who are these Yiddish-speaking people in this small and very
beautiful French township? They are Nazi victims sent here at the
expense of the West German Government to recuperate from shatter-
ed nerves. They were either in Nazi concentration camps or worked
as slave laborers in Nazi enterprises.


Friday, October 4, 1963
* f/-...j^ >,
lUttm
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
JHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
^' IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60729-B
L\ RE: INt.it.- of
I.KO.N l n TERMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlton and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
. i tn present any clalma and de-
mands whirii you may have agalnal
(hi estal..... LEON FITTERMAN de-
ruixed late of Dade County, Florida,
I., (he County Judgea of Dade t'oun-
nd in*- til,- same in duplicate and
i, |>rovlded In Keetlon 737.18, Florida
. s, in their offices In the Coun-
ly Courthouse In Dade County, Fior-
-!.i. within six citlendar months from
in- time of the first publication hcre-
. i- the same win be barred.
Dated ut Miami, Florida, this nth
i|mj of Sepember, A.I. 1963.
RENE FITTERMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
Hi.- 13th day of September, MM.
WEINKLE & KBKSLER
Attorneys for Executrix
|mi Seybold Building, Miami 12, Fla.
9 '18-20-27, ii'M
9HHH9
BY HENRY LEONARD
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60702- B
BIN RE: Estate of
IRENE ADLER,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalma or Demanda Agalnat Bald
Instate:
You are hereby notified ami r"-
jjulred to preaenl any claims ami de-
hands which you may have agalnal
(he estate of IRENE ADLER deceas-
ed lute of Miami, Dade County, Flor-
Ba, to the County Judges of [>ade
oiinty. and file the same In dupli-
ite anil as provided In Section 733.16,
oil.la Ma lutes. Iii their offices in
e County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
Florida, within -i\ calendar
nths from the time of the flrsl
|iibllcation hereof, or the same will
barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Bth
nf Septembe v.I IM '
LAWRENCE ADLER
Ai Executor
| First publication of this notice on
13th day of September, 1963.
BtONOVITZ, SILVER & SCHER
Ittmmys for Executor
Alnale} Bull ling, Miami. Fla.
9/13-20-27, l" i
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60649-C
RE Estate of
FRANK \a vn.n i
. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
F^AIl Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
Ton are herein- notified and re-
quire i i-. i-i-s.hi .mi elnimfl and de-
^gnds which you may have against
estate of FRANK X AVI MO de-
ed late of I'.ole County, Florida,
the County Judges of Dade County,
file the same In duplicate -ml as
Ivlded in Section 733.16, Florida
ktiites, in their ..fflees iii the Co.in-
|CoUrthouse in Dade County, l-'lor-
witliin six calendar months from
lime of the first publication ll, re-
"i- tli>- saiim will he barred
Pitted at Miami. Plorlda, this 3rd
of September, A.D. ISM.
VICTORIA NAVILIO
.\s Executrix
First publication of this notice on
13th day of September, 19(3.
|ON KAPLAN
orney for Executrix
r-. Ilelman. Kaplan ,\- Catsman
S.W. FilSt Stleel
'.i i::-'Jii-l';. m t
"Why, Rabbi you don't remember US? We
introduced ourselves to you after services two
years ago last Rosh Hashanah."
Copr. 1963, Doyenu Pfoductioni
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 50732-C
IN RE: Estate of
Mi UUilS ISl.t IS. i i.\l
Deceased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION t(1 MAKF
APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereb) glv< n thai I have
filed a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and l-.nal Discharge as
Executor of the estate .-i MORRIS
BLOSSOM, deceased: and that on the
Im da) of November, 1963. will nppb
to the Honorable County Juris
i'.oh- County, Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
and final discharge ss Executor of
the estate of the above-named dece-
ih tit. This 17th da) of September,
1963,
LESTER KI.ii.-Siim
KOVNER A- MANNHEIMER
.VI lorn. v
:: "i l luponl Plaaa Center
Miami ::.'. Florida
9 '-'7, I" l-ll-ls
NOTI. E UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FIRST PLACE tor trophies at ihui
W. Ith Av.niie, llialeah Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
Hi. Circuit Court ..I Dade County,
Florida.
TROPHY WORLD, INC
:i J7. in t-11 -1s
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
Haras: ll. i:. Wholesale Distrlb-
utors at '-'ll s.l-:. 1st Street, Miami
Florida intend to reglater said names
with th. i "lerh of tin- Circuit Cout t of
Dude County, Florida.
XORMA HAISKX
KITTY ItUAI'N
MAR\ IN BRAl'N
JEROME .IACi IBS! >N
Sole I IWIlelS
liCY K. STEWART
Attoi ne} for Applicants
1113 Congr<
Building
: -"-:'7. I"- l-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
[FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 9598
ItEK i'i 1MPTON,
I Plaintiff,
\ -.
HA MAE COMPTON,
1 left n-lallt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
V'li il.A M VE Cl i.\l PTI IN
-i::t:: Standard Avenue
San Piibin, i'allfornla
u. Viola Mae Compton, tin h re -
otlfu-d that a Bill of Complaint foi
: ee has I.e. I: I | you,
\ on ai,- requln tl to sen. a oopj
Kir Answer or Pleading to th.- I'.ill
mnplalnl on tin- I
s,.-ii] k i;.. man 26SS N.W
ftie, i. Miami, Fit rida < >l lile the
i i.i! Answer or Pleading In the
-! | l|e I '!, | k | 'I,. I U||
ft on or le fore tin- i .th .i.....i
ibei. I' 63, If >"u fail t..... .
inn t will lie taken
si eou for I to ri lief tlemu nded
|n I: ii -' i 'omplalnt.
ii i- Khali i e published -n-
e. i, i eks
fill: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I"Ni: AND ORDERED at Miami,
pda, this 6th day ol St rdcmbei
1963.
IB. n LBATHERMaN, CIi rk,
cull Court, Dade County, Plorlda
Bs : HELEN KESSLEK
Depot) Clerk
INI.EV i: (>< h ll IMAN
|.\.\\ 61 Street
ii. Florida
|rn,y for Plaintiff
:i 13-30-27, 10 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60643-C
l.\ RE: Estate of
MAY PERLMAN
I leeeaseil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
Von are hereby notified ami re-
quired to pres.-nt any claims ami de-
mands which you nun have against
th.- estate ol mas PERLMAN de-
i, aaed lat,- of tin i 'ounty ami state
ol N.u York t-i tin County Judges
o'' Dade County, anil file the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
i Ida Statutes, in th, Ir of-
fice* in the County Courthouse in
r. County, Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or tin- same
will he barred.
Dal I .,i Miami. Florida, this llth
duj of Septi nil-.-!, A 11 1963.
BARNETT ROBINSON, JR.
As Ancil ai > Administrator
I i i i- ibllcaiIon of this notice on
th. l:;ih da} of Septe I
inRRl.- AND ROBINSON
for An,iliarv Adminlsl
I2i h Floor I lade Fedei >l 11
.\l an.i 32, Flo lila
1-2 1-27, 10 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60717-B
IN RE: -Estate of
Mi it.I.IE STEIN
|i. eased.
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Sou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any clalma ami de-
manda which \ou may have against
the estate of MOLLIE STEIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
t,, the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Keetlon 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in tbelr offlcea in th,- Coun-
ty Courthouse Iii Hade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
I th,- time of the first publication here-
of. or tin- same will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this llth
I day of September, A.D. IMS.
RUTH BAOLEY
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
th, 20th day of September, 1963.
| ABRAHAM II. SlII'KAT
Attorney for Administratrix
1 :;.'.:. Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9/20-37, I" l-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nderalgned, desiring to engage in
less under the fictitious name of
FLAIR REPRODUCTIONS at
Box :H4, lleta Branch, Miami.
Intenda to reglater said name
the clerk of the Circuit Court
auk- County, Florida.
NEIL R LENT IN
:i, 13-20-27, 'a I
NOTICE UNDER
^FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1 ICE is HEREBY > IIVEN thai
dt i b gned, desiring to image in
an I,r the fictitious name of
'> H PIZZARAMA at 15100 Bla-
Blvri No, .Miami Beach. Plor-
' gds t.....glster aald name with
irk of the l 'Ircull Court .a" Dade
florid*.
|\ INVENT PALMI8ANO
Sole I )w Ill-I-
ll 13-20-27, i".M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N IHtt RCUIT l,UUrtr OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 9918
I" IRA BI8ENIIERO OUERRIERO,
i-.aiu. it l,
vs:
:!-: IROE HI AN HE OUERRIERO,
Defendant,
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
! TO: OEIIRQE OIANDE UUERRIERO
mi Selby Street
Lynn, uggg,
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
tiled agalnal you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading m the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attoi in y.-S1I1KI.KY
WOOLF, s.'.'i Arthur Godfrey Road,
Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
offli.....f the chrk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2lst day of
October, 19*3. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
agalnal you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall bi published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I -i.i IRIDIAN.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Huh day of September,
A.D. 186 I
E B. LBATHERMAN, Cl< rk,
Circuit CourF, Dade County, Florida
(seal) c P. COPBLAND
I leput} Clot k
SHIRLEY W< ml K
Attoi my for 1,'laintifi'
: ;'ii-.'7, l" l-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 60640-C
IN RE: Bstate of
CHAUI.ES UINSBERC]
......as.-d.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Agalnat Said
Ei tati :
You are hi i bj notified and r. -
quired to present any clalma and !. -
mauds which you nuu have against
the stall of i 'HARLES OINol lERU
.I late of i lade 'ounty, Flor
iila, to tin- County Judges a Dade
County, and file the same In their
,ii the County Courthouse in
l lade Count]. Florida, within
enrinr months from the date -i the
flrsl publication hereof, or tht same
w ill be i'.t: i'i
I lated BI Miami. I' 13th I
dav oi September 101
- UAIIRIEI. I c, IROOVKZ
Executor
chin an, ioldsteln A Paczler
At torn* ) h
a >t l lagler Street
9 I 1-27, in l-ll i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name oi
ABLE BUSINESS BROKERS at 184911
NE. ISth Ave., No. .Miami Beach, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1'adi-
County, Florida.
11. E. OOULDEN
sole Owner
9 '"-'-'t-27. 10/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. COM4-A
IN RE: Estate of
si iphie WE1LL
Due:.....I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
ouiieil to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SOPHIE WEILL lie-
eeaseil late of Dailo County, Florida,
to the County .Indues of Dade County,
ami file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:::;.in, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
tin time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tin
day of September, A.D. 1963.
BARNETT ROBINSON, JR.
As Administrator
I'iist publication of this notiee
the 13th day of September, 1963.
HARRIS AND ROBINSON
Attorneys for Administrator
13th Fl.....' Hade Federal Bldg,
Miami 82, Florida
9/13-20-17, H"1
11 Hi
on
I ha t
ll.-ell
th.
tn-
i 'Ircull
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 63C 9351
WEST Slid-: FEDERAL RAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION UP
NEW YORK CITY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUBIN HYMAN AND LILY WN
HYMAN his wife, SOUTHERN
INDUSTRIAL S.W'l.NtiS HANK,
SAM BASS
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: SAM HASH
5316 Harper Avenue
Hyde Park Arms Hotel,
Chicago. 111.
You are hereby notified
aiio\.- enptioned action has
stunted against you in th
conn of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Hade County to fore-
les,. a mortgage upon the following
described real property:
Lot 15, Block 73, SECOND AD-
DITION to CARtii. CITY, ac-
cording to the I 'bit thereof de-
Kcrlbed in Flat Book 65, Page 7t.
Sheet |, of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
You in-.- required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's ,......paint with the
Clerk oi th, aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor
i 'ade I-'- di ral Building, Miami 82,
Florida, nol later than October nth.
1963, or a Decree Pro Confeaso will
ii. entered agalnal von
Dated: August 30th. 1981
B. i: LBATHERMAN
Chrk of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
11th Floor Hade Federal Building
Miami :,-:. Florida
9 18-20-27, ln'i
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
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lor messenger service'
LEGAL NOTICE
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 63C 9479
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK oFTHE
CITY OF NEW YORK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DOCOLAS It HKI.l. and DOROTHY
A. BELL his wife. LEROY s. ED-
WARDS and SOPHIA .1. ATKINSON,
1 letemlants.
NOTiCE OF SUIT
TO: LEROY s EDWARDS
129 Villa Road
Newport N. w s. Virginia
You ai.- hereby notified that th.
above captloned action has been In-
stituted agalnat you in the Clrcul
Court of th.- ELEVENTH Judlcla
Circuit of Florhla in and for lHid,
County to foreelose a molty.lKe llluil
the following described real property
Lot 17. Block ::>;, SCOTT LAKE
MANOR SECTION POUR, accord-
ing to the Plat th- reof, recorded
in I'I.it Hook 80, at Page 82, of the
Public Records of Hade County
Florida.
Von ai-,- required to file your an-
swer to plaintiifs complaint with tin
Clerk of tin- aforesaid Court, ant
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney MARTIN FINE llth Flooi
Dade Federal Building, Miami 82
Florida not later than October l"
I! 83, or a I ct ee Pro I !onf< aso wll
be entered agalnat you.
I 'ate,I S-.-iileinb, r -i. 1983,
E. i: LBATHERMAN, Chrk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
i,seal) By: HELEN KBSSLER
l leputy Clei k
MARTIN" PINE
Attorney for Plalntlf
nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami ?,:. Florida
9 13-20-27, 10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60297-A
IN RE: Estate of
HAROLD ItoV MILLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims .a- Demands Against Said
Estate:
You an- hereby notified ami re-
quired to pre-eiit an) claims ami de-
mands which you may hav. against
Ho -late of HARl 'II' Rl IY MIL-
LER, ile,eased late of Dade County,
Florida, to th,. countj Judges of Dade
Count.! ami til the .am, in 'lup||.
,ate .in,i as provided m Section i
Florida Statutes, in Ihelr offices in
il., County Courthouse in I'.i le Coun-
ty, Florida, with n >i\ alendar months
ll "111 tile I illle of the fil .-I pullll .11 l-ll
hereof, ,-r thi -am, n ill be liat
I 'ai, ,1 at Miami. Florid i. ti..
duj lier, A.D 1961
.- I'll"! 1.1.Is A MII.I.KR
a i; v \
I- ii> l pubb, al i<>n .-I' thi.- n.i .
tin- :'7: Ii ,1a ,-t Septi lilber, I -
I'A II. KWI INLY
Attoi n.> for Estate of Harold
Roj Millet i -
120 Lincoln Rd Mian I Ri ch, Fla
:' _'7. I" l-M-lv
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60524 C
IN RE: Estate of
ISAAC OFKBNHENDEN
I leceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ,,r Demands Against said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quifed to pies, nt any claims and de-
mands which you ma.\ have against
Hi, state "f ISAAC OFFENHBNDEN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided iii Seetion 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offlcea In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ts-, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the sain,- win
in barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this th
day of September, A.D. 1963
Hi IRA OFFENHBNDEN
As Executrix
First publication "f this notice on
the ISth day of September, 1968,
Myers, lb-imam Kaplan .v Catsman
By: LEON K" A PLAN
a t torney for Bxecutrlx
1150 S.W. 1st St., Ml.....i. Fla.
. 2T, 10 l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. b9616A
in i:i: Bstate of
MARY ELIZABETH MARZANE,
I leceaaed.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
YOU, and ea,-h of you are hereby
notified %nd required to preaenl any
claims and demands which you, eg
eitlw-r of you, may have auamst the
Bstate "f MARY ELIZABETH MAR-
ZANE. Deceased, late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Honorable .Imlues
of the Counts Judges' Court, Dade
i ounty, Florida, ami to fib- the Mini-
Ill the office of the County Judges' in
th,- Dade County Court!.....s,-, Miami,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the dat,- of th,- rlrsl publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address ofthi claim-
ant and to I" sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred,
RICHARD D. MARZANE
, o Richard M. Sepler, Esq.
Ill llialeah Drive
llialeah, Florida
As Executor of the Bstate "i
Mar> Bllsabi iii Mat-sane
RICHARD M. sl-:i'i.i:i:
Attorney fin- Estate
inn Hlaleah I >i Ive
Hlaleah, Floi "la
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10197
EMA N'I'EI. MITCHELL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY BRIT MITCHELL,
I lefendant,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MARY BRIT MITCHELL 8 U a
MRS. MARY NELMC
27 Bast Lem..\
Ri ixbui \. Massachusel ts
You .mary BRIT MITCHELL alei
known as MRS. MARY NELMC alt
hereby notified that a BUI Ol Com-
plaint for Declaratory Decree has
been filed agalnal you, and you an
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading t" the Kill of Com-
plaint on tin- Plaintiff's Attoi m \
AINSLEE R. FERDIE, Suit.- :'"L'-L'"i
281S S.W. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Florida 88134. and file the original
Answer or Pleading ill the offii.....t
tin- Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi
before the :: 1st day of October, 1963
if you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken agalnat you foi
the relief demanded 111 the I'.ill ol
t 'omplaint-
Dated at Miami. Florida this Jltl
day of Septembi i. 1963.
i: It. LBATHERMAN,
i "lei k of tin- i 'Ircult Curt
l lade County, Florida
c, all By: C. I'. COPELAND
l leput y 'lerlc
AINSLEE R. FERDIE
Atiorney tor Plaintiff
Suite L'"L'-L''H
.' :i', S.W. LeJeune Road
i 'oral i tables, Fla 38131
: :'7. i" l-ll-l\
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No 63C 9350
DOLI AR SAVINi s BANK i IF Til E
'll'V i -I- NEW Vi IRK
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PHILIP BERN MM HEAl INK1
Vila I1NIA A. II;:ai INEY, his \v il-
I 'eleml.i its.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tn Philip Bern trd Heagne> and
\ uinia A I leasney .his wife,
w ari 'ii a v -
Hawthorne. New York
You are hereby notified that lb.
above captloned action has been Insti-
tuted agalnal you in the Circuit Court
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ol
Florida In and for Dad* County t,
foreclose a mortgage upon tin- follow-
ing ib-sei Ibed real property:
Lot I Block 70 SECOND AlddTION"
To carol city, according to th,
Mat thereof recorded in I'lat Book
85 at Page 7s of the Public Records
of Hiuif County, Florida, togethei
with a O.E. Uarbage Disposal FA-
558R: O.E. Refrigerator LW-U:
Venetian Blinds; tl.E. Oven and
RailKe .1-:,.","> and ,l-.",ti7 lli In).
Traverse Roda.
You an- required to file your anewei
I,, plaintiff- romplalnl with the clerk
of the aforesaid Court, ami serve a
copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorne\
martin FINE, nth Floor. Dadi Fed-
eral Building, Miami 82, 1' I, riila not
later than October 80th, 1963, or a
'' I 'I I ".-IlieSSo W ll) be e||l, |e auainst von.
DATED: September :'::. l!63.
I-: B. LBATHERMAN,
i 'l.-i l; of the i 'Ircult < '"iirt
is,.an By: c IV Ci IRELAND
I teputy 'let k
MARTIN fine
Atlormv i..r Plaintiff
nth l .....i- iv,i. Fi deral Bldg.
Miami ::'. I- lorida
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Women Honored
For CJA Assistance
Micmi, Florida, Friday, October 4, 1963
Section B
'Pumpkin Full of Fashions' at Yacht Club
\ Pumpkin Full of Fashions"
has been scheduled to o>n the
1963 04 season for the Suburban
League on Wednesday noon, Oct.
]i>. at King's Bay Yacht and Coun-
trj Club, 14401 SW 62nd Ave.
Featuring fashions by the Red
Shutter of South Miami, and furs
> Adrian Thai of Miracle Mile,
the program will be under the di-
lection of Mrs. James Orvitz, 6400
SW 120th St.
President Mrs. Charles Himmel
has announced that all proceeds of
ilu affair will go to Variety Chil-
dren'.s Hospital to underwrite the
rare of two cancer in-patients for
une year. The club has set a goal
ol S12.50O for 1963-64. and will be
jaising funds only for Variety.
Co-chairmen of the luncheon are
rs. Kenneth Treister, 3660 Bat-
ersea Rd., and Mrs. Richard Litt,
L'lJ.'iO SW 1st Ave., with Mrs. Alan
Hertz. 12425 SW 93rd Ct., and Mrs.
arold Taylor, 9020 SW 86th St.,
. charge oi reservations. ,
Arrangements Committee is head- the club. They are Mesdames Joe
(I by Mrs. Malcolm Kushner, 8460 [ Fsformes, Philip Gussman. Stew
W 185th Ter., and includes Mes- I art Mason. Barry Barson, Kenneth
Planning a benefit fashion show and gourmet luncheon at
King's Bay Yacht and Country Club on Oct. 16 to help Variety
Children's Hospital are these young matrons of the Suburban
League: Mesdames Harold Taylor, Richard E. Litt. Kenneth
Treister, and Alan Hertz.
The Seherezade Room of the Al-
giers Hotel on Tuesday was the
scene of an award luncheon and
Thank You" to workers and con
tributors to the 1963 Combined
Jewish Appeal Women's Division
campaign.
Mrs. Inez Krensky. chairman of
the CJA Women's Division, chair-
ed the occasion. She was assisted
by Mrs. Benedict Silvcrman. chair-
man of the Young Matrons Divis-
ion.
Mrs. Krensky called the event
"a most important one, not be-
cause we are saying 'Thank You'
for your good work, but because
we are recognizing help given to
men. women and children in our
own community and in all parts of
the world at the time it was most
needed."
Federation President Sidney l.ef
court told the women that they
had performed "in an outstanding
maner because you recognized
your duty personally to support
the 57 agencies of Combined Jew-
ish Appeal and Federation. I
stress personal support." he said,
because you women here today
have stood up to be counted as
individuals, working and contrib-
uting toward a stronger Feder-
ation and a happier and health
community.
"Only through your plusgivit j'
contributions, made without l
gard to your husbands' contril
tion or a business contribution,
have you shown your true unde:
, standing of the role of the Wot
en's Division as a vital force
the welfare of our community. '
Arthur S. Rosichan. executu"
, director of the Greater Miami Je-
ish Federation, expressed his gra'-
itude to the women on behalf ol
i Federation and joined in a tie
Year wish "for continued grov ta
of the division."
I Mrs. Silvcrman presented specie!
awards to members ol the Young
Matrons Division who helped make
the first year an "outstanding suc-
cess." Recipients of the pap
weights were Mrs. Jack Ablin,
: Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Charles P,
Feinberg. Mrs. Dorothy Krieg
Fink. Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Mrs.
Milton Green, Mrs. Florence Kup-
perman. Mrs. E. Albert Pallo".
1 Mrs. Alfred Reich. Mrs. Gerald
Schwartz. Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
man, Mrs. Sol Silvcrman. Ann
Tanenbaum. Mrs. Mandle Zaban
, and Mrs. Benedict Silvcrman.
Sulie Harand presented a "0
, woman" version of the musical
hit. "Milk and Honey."
mes Edward Feldman. 8975 SW
5th Ter., Ed Camner. 4381 SW
3th Ter.. and Sam Berkowitz. ol
1035 Paradela Ave.. Coral Gahles.
Fashion commentator is Mrs.
ay Mitchell. 685 OSW 132nd St.,
[id the script is by Mrs. Stanley
[eider, 8600 SW 106th St. Pub-
fcity is under direction of Mes-
imes -Morris Levitt, 8505 SW
[it d St., and Norman Shane,
501 SW 92nd Ave.
L'n models have been selected
n the membership, after an
Animation contest conducted by
Rosenberg, Norton Pallot, Jack
Davis, Leonard Parker, David
Somincr. and Paula Greenberg.
Decorations reflecting the iall
harvest theme will be installed by-
Mrs. Albert Morrison, assisted by
Mrs. Jerome Landy, Mrs. Bill
Cooper, and Mrs. Norman Shane.
Among prizes to be awarded will
be a white cashmere sweater with
mink collar, it was announced by
Favors Chairman Mrs. Arthur
Berk. Her committee includes
Mrs. Seymour Tyson and Mrs.
Arthur Pepper.
COSWMt MOT MTWMT
Roaring Twenties
Set at Westbrooke
Informality will be the keynote
pr the two Westbrooke Country
hub affairs in October, the first
In Saturday. Oct. 5. to be a "Roar-
f Twenties" party.
For the costume get-together,
i club's entrance will resemble
-peak-easy door and the Grand
.11 room will be given the decor
lie '20's Members will be
ri-ssed as flappers and dapper
pan-.
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Oct. 26. Westbrooke has
scheduled a Harvest Moon festi-
val dance on the Carousel Patio,
where haystacks and bonfires will
create a setting for barbecue sup-
per, apple cider and dunking
doughnuts.
Teen-age Fall Frolic will be
held in the Golden Key Room of
the club on Friday evening, Oct.
4, and will include dancing to live
music, parfaits and "coke-tails."
Committee members in charge
are Chuck Rubin, Candy Logue
and Jay Sporaga.
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Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Markowitz and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Mark-
owitz get together for an evening of dancing at Westbrooke
Country Club. They'll be looking different at the next big
j Westbrooke affair all "costumed up" for the club's Oct. 5
"Roaring Twenties" party.


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Richard Tucker, world-famed
Metropolitan Opera tenor, will give
a concert under the auspices ol
Temple Judea on Dec 29. Con-
tracr for the *&**** of tne
ta -icm-born an1. Amen tan
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Oct 14. 8 p.m at the Parband
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It's 25 ^ears of wedlock for Mr.
and Mrs." Harry S. 'Sandra Sch-
wartz 1800 SW 17th St who were
married on Jiuv 23. 1938 by Rabbi
Abraham Kellner at the original
Beth El in Miami.
Thev marked the occasion with
. -, : .._. rnnth -wing
around the country, giving familr
and longtime friends the chance
to celebrate the hippy *aso:
them
First Icj of the motor tour took
th^rr: to Wiseonain. daughter. Ro-
berta, and her hu'band. Theodore
Provder He'- on the faculty at
the Onhefsity of Wisconsin She
teach le school
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Friday. October 4. 1963
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ISABEL GROVE i
Long : mincnt in Miami
Beach social and financial cir-
Cles, Mr. and Airs. Arthur H.
Courshon v. ere White House din-
ner guesta last week of President
and .Mis. John F. Kennedy .
The occasion was in honor of
His Imper al Majesty, the Em-
peror ol Ethiopia Courshon,
chairman ol '.he board of Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Association has svned (lie U.S.
Stale Department on several eco-
nomic and housing missions to
Latin America.
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Sentimental yearly gathering
on the natal day ol Mrs. Rebecca
Lev\ by Jar.- daughters and grand-
daughter's celebrated the 83rd
birthcla**f the Miami Beach
grand dame recently The
unique gamp calis itself "The
Woman or Rebecca" in honor of
the matriarch Fifty-two
strong at the luncheon in Lou
Rubin's Chandler Restaurant, the
clan accounted for nine daugh-
ters. 18 granddaughters and
three daugl 'ers-in-law Male
side of the family circle reore-
sented by Mrs. Levy's three sons,
seven sons-in-law, and 12 grand-
sons.
A large group of congenial rel-
atives is also the happy lot of
Evelyn and Hen Clein, 47o SVV
llath St. Intioducing son
Michael's fiancee, Carol Haus-
man, daughter of Adeline and Sid
Hausman, to their respective bro-
thers and sisters recently, the
guest list read: her side. Lynn
and Paul Marks. Irene a,id Stan-
ley Marks Anne and Sain Marks.
Louise and Gene Maries. Shirley
and Herman Mark.-. Myrtle and
Isadore Marks .
His side. Jennie Mae and Berry
Clein, Miriam and Hilliard Clein.
Hannah and Reuben Clein. and
Lena Goldstein Plus Mr. and
Mrs. Have Goldberg and Mrs.
Sadie clem, grandparents, and 2 assorted sizes of nieces and
nephews .
Not wishing to overwhelm the
bride-elect, the Cleins are saving
a lace -to -face with the other 40
members ot the lam ly circle lor
a later date.

Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Stiller are
now Stateside all r a three-year
tour of duty in England, where
the young dentist was a captain
in the Armed Forces The
former Midgie Goldberg received
her early education in. Miami
Beach schools and also attended
the University ot Miami First
look at h's native land for the
Shiller's sun. Brian David, born
eight months a no in London, and
first look al their grandson lor
Hi- Mam.e Goldbergs w. Palm.
Beach, formerly ol Tulsa.Okla...
Miarnui.is why spe-t the Hi-.h,
Holy,Days on Ma:ni Beach: the
Nat Wolfs, Ben Bo-kms and Ab'j.
Peppers, all at the Hit/. Plaza .
New res'lent ol Miami Beach.
Mrs. Anna M-rcus. went north to
spend the holidays with her fam-
ily in former home town ol
Brookline, Mass. Also visited
in Maine and New Hampshire,
and made a stopover in Gotham
Town to see v hat Broadway is
offering for the new season's hi)
shows.
Mrs. Blank Will Chair
Award Luncheon Here
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Women's Division,
lias announced that Mrs. Sam
Blank will be chairman of the Is-
! rael-lnternational Fashion Festi-
"*"* and Award Luncheon to take
ace Friday, Nov. 1, in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontaineblcau Ho-
tel.
Mrs. Blank has arranged a
breakfast for a "Who's Who'' ros-
'ter of women's leaders of Greater
Miami who will serve as the Com-
mittee of Hosts for the luncheon.
The breakfast will take place
Wednesday morning. Oct. 9. at 10
am., in the Starlight Roof of the
Doral Beach Hotel.
The Israel-International Fashion
Festival and Award Luncheon will
be held under the auspices of the
Women's Division of the Israel
Bond Organization,
for a memorable ,
dinner and show,
visit the best French a .Spanish
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Your Host Rosendo Abreu
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Members Dinrt Club Cotte Blonche
Anwicon Express
Rabbi and Mrs, Jonah F Cap
Ian will dedicate their new home,
al 1120 Miami Gardens Dr., with
i traditional Chanukas Habayis
open house on Sunday from 2 to
a lor memUei.- ftf V" wiuy'tli-
tion. Sisterhood and Men's Club
of Temple Adath Yeshurun,
which he serves as spiritual lead
er .
Newly returned to Miami Beach
and planning to stay are Diane
and Murray Rubin, with nine-
week old son Marc Scott The
Hubins. who have been living in
New York, are staying with Di-
ane's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
ard Zilbert. but will soon be mov-
ing to their own apartment in
the Treasure House on Treasure
Dr. .
Many interruptions and delays
in the unpacking at the new
home ol Ed'th and Monroe Zipp
. The children just can't resist
swimming in the pool and fish-
ing in the canal which cuts across
the back of their ma&se at 12801
SW 71st Ave.
Back lrom an extensive trip
abroad are the Morris Simons, of
(oral Cables First attending
the Bar Mitzvah of their grand-
son in Silver Spring. Md on
their arrival in New York, the
Simons were leted at a bon voy-
age dinner party Guests in-
cluded Mr.uind Mrs. Ben Jto.-e i
Held, Mi.-. Simon's brother and
sister-in-law, and her sister. Mrs
Harry Bodner, of Miami Hon-
orary president of the Miami-
Cables ZOA District. Simon was
his group's delegate to the na-
tional ZOA convention in Israel
. Recently reelccted to the
national executive committee of
ZOA. Simon also serves on the
Southeast Region executive
board Following this, their
second visit to Israel, the couple
went on to some new. some fa-
miliar sights in Rome. Madrid,
Toledo, exotic Balearic Islands.
Geneva, Paris, London and Scot-
land .
Marion Go'ild and brother Sol
have returned to Miami Beach
for the season, having spent the
summer in their Schnectady
home Varied their schedule
a little with a stay at the At
ton Hotel in Hot Springs and a
visit to New Orleans.
jorcSaii isiur^Bi jMMvsonis ii<* work of
JANE

A very impressive exhibition of oils on
canvas awaits your presence beginning tomorrow!
All paintings are abstractions inspired by
nature and the human form. Jane Steinsynder,
art teacher and award winner of arts
and crafts, in her first Miami showing.
Paintings, from $80 to fSM
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Friday, October 4, 1953
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In recent years the role of Suk-
koth as a harvest festival has re-
: quired more of its original im-
;. rtance anil many of Us like to
nphasize the connection between
1 :s observance and ttie American
liday of Thanksgiving. With this
mind, during the festival we
epare one meal like that served
Thanksgiving. In doing so we
. call the great Sukkotta festival of
. icient Bible days when our fore-
: Ihers, farmers in their own land.
yously thanked the Lord for the
. nndance of their crops. We also
emphasize how timeless and uni-
\ ersal are the customs and beliefs
of Judaism.
For a time, the harvest aspect
ol Sukkoth was almost completely
eliminated. We. in reviving it. be-
come one in spirit with the fore-
fathers who dwelt in ancient Bretz
Visroel, as we express thankful
nesa for our God. A thanksgiving
dinner Is therefore true to this as-
pect of Sukkoth. Bui just aa Suk-
koth has in addition aH these other
! distinctly Jewish meanings, so too
'our meal should include distinctly
Miami Beach Hadassah Chapter
Launches Membership Campaign
n.
Jewish customs and traditions. In-
stead of being exactly like our late
November feast, this one should
combine the roast turkey and cran-
berry sauce with our own special
holiday delicacies. We would have
the wine for Kiddush. the challos.
; and the bowls of honey
As we do at many of our oilier
simchas. we might begin with
: chopped herring spread Oil kichel
: Kichel comes in many forms, from
plate-sized sheets to dainty cook-
' ies. The one we are serving is
just large enough to be a generous
base for a canape, and is not at
all sweet. Since stuffed vegetables
are traditional for Sukkoth. we
prepare zuccini, also a favorite 111
Israel, in this manner. Also tra-
ditional for Sukkoth are pastries
of fruit, such as strudels or a de
licious banana sponge cake deli-
cately flavored with spices
Menu for Sukkoth
Wine for Kiddush ChallOS
Bowls of Honey
Chopped Herring on Kichel
Vegetable Soup
Roast Turkey Stuffed Zuccini
Candied Sweel '
Waldorf Salad (i pples, celerj
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Changing of street sign of Lincoln Rd. to Hadassah Rd., corner
of Collins Ave., in honor of "Hadassah Membership Month"
'Dok place this week in Miami Beach under the auspices of
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Nat Barth is pres-
dent of the chapter. Silting on tcp of ladder is Mrs. Phyllis
Reuben, of Morton Towers Group. Mrs. Miriam Press, of Henri-
etta Szold Group, is shown on the steps cf the ladder, and be-
,'ow her is Mrs. Max Goldberg, of Hanna Senesch Group.
Standing (left 10 right; are Mrs. Joseph Kalfon, life 1 hip
chairman of chapter; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Em irus
Group; Mrs. Maurice Cahn, chapter membership coordin<
Mrs. Nathan Rifkin, Hanna Senesch Group; end Mrs. Harry
3uchsbaum, Morton Towers Group. Monday's membership
kick-off at the Algiers Hotel launched a month-long drive to
.eenroll the 4,500 members in Miami Beach Chapter and to
.each a goal of 5,000 members by May, 1964.
Sukkoth Fete
For Farband
A festive Sukkoth celebration,
sponsored jointly by sevei I grot ps
of the Labor Zionists of Greater
Miami will be held on Tuesdaj
'veiling. 8 p.m.. at the Farband
Cultural Center. 842 Washington
Ave.
Participating branches are Ben-
Gurion. Bialik. Poale Zion. Chaim
Greenberg, Pioneer Women Club
I, and Tikva.
Dr. Simon Wilensky, president
of Poale Zion. will extend greet-
ngs in the name of the participa-
ting group..
Chairman of the evening, Joshua
Stadlan, will introduce guest
peakor Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. con-
sultant ol the Bureau ol Educa-
tion, whose subject will be The
Significance ol Sukkoth." Cantor
Hirsh Adler, of Temple Emanu El,
will off tions, and Beryl Morrison will re-
cite some well known Jewish po-
etry,
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Left to right are Mrs. Aaron Fair and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
vice chairmen, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the
25th Anniversary Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. They're examining the Nov. 6 to 10 date for the 32nd
annual General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds due to take place at the Diplomat
Hotel. Mrs. Myers is chairman of the Assembly Host Commit-
tee with Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, Samuel N. Friedland, honorary president, and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Serving as vice chairman with Mrs. Farr
and Mrs. Lehman is Marshall S. Harris.
Breath of Life
Member Luncheon
Breath of Life' Chapter of the
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital at Denver pre-
sents its fifth annual membership
luncheon on Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.,
at the Holiday Inn. 1350 S. Dixie
Highway, for members, guests and
prospective members.
Chairing the affair are Mrs. My-
ron Warshaw, .Mrs. David Benja-
min and Mrs. Benjamin Strongin.
Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, president,
v. ill give a report on the conven-
tion in Denver which she attended.
Mrs. Sam Ostrowsky, program
chairman, will introduce a skit en-
titled 'Denverella," featuring Mrs.
Millie Rodesky. Mrs. Sanford Man
dell. Mrs. Milton Katz. and Mrs.
Irving Sheldon, with Mrs. Michael
Covin, accompanist.
Dora Cohen Shlll flamingo Chapter Meeting
In Second Year
Dora Cohen Hebrew High School I
for Girls opened its second year I
ol operation last Monday in the I
Hebrew Academy building. 2400'
Pine Tree Dr.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Acad-
emy principal, announced that the j
school offers afternoon classes
three times a week to girls now I
attending senior high schools in
the area. Courses are being con-
ducted by Rabbi Moshe Aspes. 6th
grade Hebrew instructor at the He-1
brew Academv.
Subjects offered are Bible, Jew-
ish history. Hebrew literature,
customs and ceremonies, all
taught in Hebrew.
The Dora Cohen High School for
(iirls was founded last year by
licob Cohen, nationally-known
philanthropist, who also endowed
-i building at the A c ;i 'I e < y in
memory of his wife. Dora.
Plans are now being formulated
to open an all-day high school for
girls, including dormitory facll
ities, in September. 1U(J4.
Flamingo Chapter of the Amer-
ican Medical Center at Denver
held its first meeting of the cur-
rent season on Monday evening in
the Normandy Isle Washington
Federal Auditorium. Slides of the
work and progress made at the
free, national and non-sectarian
hospital in Denver were shown.
Business Women
Highlight Week
Dade Business and Professional
Women's Club highlights National
Business Women's Week at its
22nd annual community leaders
luncheon to be held on Tuesday
noon at Top of the Columbus.
Guest speaker will be Hon. Mal-
!ory E. Home, speaker of the
House of Representatives of the
>tate of Florida.
Theme for the- afternoon will be
"The Responsibility of Full Part-
lersip," and Mrs. Rose Roher is
in charge of reservations.
Mother Will
Tell Experience
Lorber Chapter, Children's Asth-
ma Research Institute and Hos-
pital at Denver, presents a "Dress
Rehearsal" luncheon on Tuesday
noon at the Candlelight Inn, 3131
Commodore Plaza, Coconut ('.rove.
Mrs. Harold Selkowitz will re-
late her experiences as the mother
of an asthmatic daughter, present-
ly receiving treatment at the Re-
search Institute and Hospital in
Denver.
Mrs. Marvin B. Guberman is
president of the group. Chairmen
of the day are Mrs. Perry Altfield
and Mrs. Sanford Freed.
Mrs. Ritterman
To be Speaker
Mrs. Sidney Ritterman, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Chapter.
I'hildrcn's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hopsital at Denver, will
present a talk on her recent visit
to the total treatment-care asthma
research facility in Denver, when
'he Miami Beach Chapter holds its
:mniial membership luncheon on
Saturday noon at Fu Manchu lies
taurant,
Miss Terry Wr'. membership
chairman, and Mrs. Rltterm
in charge oi reservations for the
luncheon and -: mes afternoon.
Seven Dade i ninty children arc
now in Denver for medical and
psychological treatment. Cost is
$5,000 ;i year | or child, and most
stay 18 months. The hospital also
has an extensive research program
delving Into asthmatic and allergic
problems, testing medicines and
training doctors.
:BIRTHDA1E :
First son, David Nelson, born
Aug. 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Bloom, of No. Miami Beach, who
have a daughter Anne Rachel, 4'/i.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Bernstein, of Mi-
ami Beach. Here from New York
City about a year, Bloom is associ-
ated with the Miami law firm of
Myers, Hciman, Kaplan and Cats-
man. Formerly a trial attorney
in the Anti-Trust Division of the
l.S. Department of Justice. Bloom
v as assistant attorney general of
the State of New York until relo-
cating in Florida.
Chrysler Corporation President Lynn A. Townsend (left), Ls
shown with UJA National Chairman Max M. Fisher and Mrs.
Fisher as he presents the auto company's check for S10.000 i I
support of Detroit's 1963 Allied Jewish Campaign. Fisher, wh?
is president of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit, lauc
ed the Chrysler Company and Townsend "foi their exampl?
of industry leadership in coming forward to support the Un
ted Jewish Appeal and other humanitarian causes represente i
in the Detroit campaign."
Hebrew Univ. Unit Plans Meet
A membership brunch celebra-
ting the first birthday of the Wom-
en's Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
will be held Friday noon, Oct. 18.
at the home of Mrs. Leonard
Rosen.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Worn
en's Division, will give a resume
of her recent trip to Israel, in-
cluding her visit to the campus of
the university in Jerusalem.
Chairman of membership. Mrs.
Harry Platoff, anticipates that at-
tendance at the brunch will in-
clude many Miamians recently re-
turned from visits to the univer-
sity.
"Parents of students attending
the university, former students,
and wives of physicians or doctors
interested in the medical center in
Jerusalem are included in our fast-
growing membership," Mrs. Simo i.
hoff said.
Members of the board of t
Women's Division will meet ne t
Tuesday morning to comple
plans for a membership brunc .
The meeting will take place in tlie
offices of the American Friends t
the Hebrew University at 1 Linc-
oln Rd.
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Sisterhood of Temple Zami )
held its first meeting Wednesd. y,
8:15 p.m., at the Temple.
Theme for the evening is "me n
| ber-bring-a-memher." Progra a
was an original script. "The
Praise of Torah," written and
rccted by Mrs. Jerry Liobermai,
with Mrs. Herschel Brooks n
rating.
Mufti Ob.'ecfs to Delegation
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League plan to send to the United
Nations General Assembly a uni-
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evoked the bitter opposition of the
former Mufti of Jerusalem, it was
reported here this week.
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Friday, October 4, i963
Beth El Women
In Sikkoth Fete
Annual Sukkoth party of Beth i
El Sisterhood will be heW on. Sun-1
August Hall.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader of Beth El, Mrs. Jack Sha
piro. Sisterhood president, and
Hyman Chabner, congregation
president, will extend greetings.
Entertainment will Feature a
skit. "Our Son and Daughter. UK-
Beth El President." with Mrs. Solo
mon Schiff and Mrs. Samuel tffr-
soff.
Program of songs will be offered
by Mrs. Cecile Wernick, and .lack
Asatanowicz will play the mando-
lin.
Committee members for the af-
fair are Mesdamcs Max Rappa
port, chairman. Rose Siogal. Philip
Kostick. Fanny Klein, Jack Sha-
piro. Jean Rotenbcrg. and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Phillips. Program chair-
man is Mrs. Solomon Schilf.
YOUNG LEADERS CONVENE
Hadassah Groups
Meet on Beach
Hadassah groups on Miami Beach
have slated meetings tor Monday
Henl GroupInstallation lunch-
eon, Algiers Hotel at noon. Mrs.
Ben Zeigmund will bo inducted for
her third term as president. In-
stalling officer will be Kabbi Hen-
ry Wernick. Musical program will
feature Miss Sally Glass, concert
pianist. Reservation chairman is t
Mrs. Ethel Herman.
Emma Lazarus GroupMember- j
bring-new-member tea will be .
held at the home of Mrs. Louis
Oarfinklc. 9420 W. Bay Harbor Is-
land at 1 p.m. Mrs. Norman Mey-
ers is president.
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Hanna Seneseh GroupRegular
meeting 12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers '
Hotel. Sukkoth program, directed
by Mrs. Henry Wernick. "Ye Shall i
Dwell in Booths." will be present-)
fd with the Hanna Seneseh Play- .
*rs. Mrs. Sam Feldman is pros- i
ident.
Sha'oma GroupRegular meet-
ing noon at the DiLido Hotel. Pro-
gram chairman is Mrs. E, Rich-
man. President Is Mrs. Irwin Sha-
piro.
A youngster at the Mosad Aliyah Children's Village, in Petach
Tikvah, Israel, faces the future with faith as Israel enters the
New Year. The villaqe is part of a network of child-care,
social service and educational projects conducted in a tra-
ditional atmosphere by the Mizrachi Women's Organization
of America.
Zamora Ladies
Planning Dinner
First big social event of the New
Year sponsored by Temple Za-
mora Sisterhood will be the an-
nual "Welcome Home Dinner."
Scheduled for Sunday. Oct. 20.
at the Temple, a cocktail hour a'
6 p.m. will precede the banquet
catered by members of the Sister-
hood, with Mrs. Abe Kusnick in
charge.
Ticket chairman is Mrs. Israel
Kussner. and reservations may
also be made at the Temple office.
Sisterhood president is Mrs Dor-
othy s. Greenberg.
Murray Solomon
Social Meeting
Murray Solomon Ladies' Auxil-
iary. Jewish War Veterans, held
a social meeting on Tuesday at
the Minyonaires,
Program featured a talk on
"Correct Hairstyling" by J. Baldi,
ot Coral Gables, and a lecture on
'Diet and Good Health" by Dr.
Marguerite Krausz.
Guests included Mrs. Bernard
Wander, State Department presi-
dent, JWVA. and Mrs Louis
Deutsch, senior vice president of
the Stale Department.
Program chairman is Mrs. Mey-
er Cohen, with Mrs. Jean Kauf-
man in charge of refreshments.
President of the local group is
Mrs. Norman T. Levine.
Hadassah Plans
Hebrew Lessons
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah is offering a Hebrew conversa
tion course free to Hadassah mom
bers. Class will meet for six con
secutive weeks from Tuesday, Oct.
8. through Nov. 12. 10 a.m., at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Instructor will be Mrs. Rebecca
Lipson. who has years of experi-
ence in Hebrew adult education.
Members are asked to register
with group education chairmen or
coordinator of education for chap
Ui. Mrs. Hadassah Fassler.
Beth El Has Meeting
First general membership meet-
ing of the New Year was held at
Congregation Beth El on Tuesday
evening. Reports were given and
future projects discussed at the
meeting conducted by Hyman
Chabner, president.
Southgate Sets
Oneg Shabbat
Southgate Croup of Hadassah
will hold its first monthly Oneg
Shabbat on Saturday, Oct. 12, 1
p.m.. in the Terrace Room of
Southgate Towers. Mrs. Charles
Herman, vice president of educa-
tion, will preside.
Guest speaker of the afternoon
will be Sol Gould.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schwartt
will be "angels of the day in hon-
or of their 31st wedding anniver
sary.
A musical program will be pre-
sented.
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Beth Am Sisterhood's opening
li ncheon will be held at the King's
Bay Yacht Club on We nesday,
Oct. 9. In charge of res< pyati ins
arc Mrs. Daniel Frai CO, Mrs
Stanley Gilbert, Mrs Morton No-
tarius and Mrs. Richard Alper,
The Sisterhood is again offering
dancing lessons with instructor,
Hclene Taylor, Classes in begin-
ning and intermediate ballet and
tap will be given on Monday and
Wednesday afternoon.
Duplicate bridge players are
i welcome to join Beth Am's bridge
league. Official sessions will be
I held en Mondays from 11:30 on.
and fractional points will be Is-
, nicd. Mrs. Joshua Segal i- chair-
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Mrs. Reich to Conduct
Mrs. Fanny Reich, past pres-
, ident. B'nai B'rith Women District
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shop for B'nai B'rith Women's
! Council of Miami Beach on Mon-
! day. 8 p.m.. at I he Deauville Hotel.
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Flower Fashions
For Flamingo
On Wednesday evening, the
! Flamingo Chapter of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
' sponsor a "Fashions in Flowers
i and Arts" show at the hospital,
; 1475 NW 121 h Ave. fc
chapter member slwilj model the
show given by Elton Edclman, of
Coral Gables,
Mrs Roger! Grant, member ol
the hospital staff, will be guest
- peaker.
Chairing the function arc Mrs.
Louis Bennett and Mrs. Israel
Singer.
NEW YORK (JTA) Sen.
Hubert H. Humphrey of MhWe-
vota, a ranking member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-j
miftee. hailed the United Jewish.
Appeal hist eek as "one of the,
greatest voluntary Instruments I
for life saving and life building i
ever created by Americans."
In a deeply moving address that
1 was the highlight cf a three day
gathering of 400 Young Jewish
'leaders attending the Biird DJA
animal National Yowg Leader-
rlftp conference at the New York
Hilton Hotel, Sen. Humphrey call-
ed the UJA "a supreme expres-
sion ui man's acceptance of the
concept that he is. and must be.
Ins brother's keeper.''
Speaking at the banquet ses-
sion of the conference, which
was presided over by Alan Sag-
ner, of Newark, N.J., chairman
of the UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet and the conference, the
Minnesota Senator called on
the young Jewish leaders, most
of Ihem between 25 and 40, to
complete the tasks of Jewish res-
cue and reconstruction "begun
by your elders," and also to
"fight constantly for human
rights and peace."
The three-day gathering of young
leaders, drawn from major com-
munities across the country, and
members of a Young Leadership
Council of 6.500. also heard major
addresses by Avraham Harman.
Israel Ambassador to the United
States, Rabbi Herbert A. Fried-
man, UJA executive vice chair-
man, and Sagner. At the same
time detailed presentations of
Middle East problems, along with
immigrant absorption needs in Is-
rael and urgent refugee require-
ments in Europe and elsewhere
were made by authoritative speak-
ers at various conference ses-
sion-.
Ambassa lor Harman told the
young Jewish leaders at the clos-
ing session that it is their task
"to help maintain the freedom for
Jews overseas already won by
their el ers and the people of Is-
rael." He spoke on the gains
that had been made bj Jew- since
the founding of the state of Is-
rael IS years ago and the estab-
lishment ot the UJA a quarter of
a century ago.
Rabbi Friedman, UJA execu-
tive vice chairman, declared that
"over the last quarter of a cen-
lury, the UJA lias been the great
unifier of the Ann-. j^
community. -Since it inceptl0|
st the time of the HMer men.
ace," the Appeal's executive head
noted, "the UJA ha. :,- ught t0_
gether under one ban..... virtual-
ly all element- in V Jew>
ish lifereligious ar. j non-relj.
glou-, Zftmfst and r >Zlonisl
labor and capital. T1 ]..\ has
tnablcd the American Jenui
community to transcend all irieo-
logical differences, r creating
a common will for the iavinj h
Jewish lives and the ttlemeift *M
and rehabilitation of uprooted
Jews in Israel and Ot l havens
[ freedom, including ir own
country."
Moses A. Leavitt, ,Z-~. execu-
tive vice chairman, reposing on
the tasks of his organisation,
said France has recently be-
come the scene of a most press.
ing Jewish refugee prob'm. "In
the last two months said,
"requests for relief b.. Jewish
refugees from Alger a have
doubled and will probis y quad-
ruple by October. A. }f now,
one in every six repatrited Al-
gerian Jewish families ;s regis-
tered with Jewish wel^'e agen-
cies, 3,000 families in *- Paris
region alone."
UJA fund> are not k->-'-,ing pace
with the third successive year of
a high rate of Immigration to Is-
rael, and this is adversely affect*
j ing the program for transporting,
' receiving, resettling an 1 absorb-
1 ing these immigrant- the young
i leaders were told by Gottlieb
I Hammer, executive vice enairmai
ot the Jewish A.<" un.ch
, benefits from UJA fund Another
! factor complicating the tuation,
i Hammer said, is the fact that in-
.migration costs todaj are much
higher than those i
wars ui Israel's Stal
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made uj> mainly of extreme right-1 anti-Semitism. He also wrote
wing dements openly professing a; "Jewish France," which is consid-
virulent anti-Semitism and ven-lcred the "Frenchman's anti-Semit-
crating Rene Dr*in>mont, whom it ic Bible." The League protest
(ll'ARIS (JTA> The Interna-, week a.gair-st plans for creation of anti-Semite of the Dreyfus Affair! considers *'lh?. 1tnL1" of French ^ined an appeal to French
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V.OMAN OF THE WEEK
Diane Heller firmlv believes that God was sitting upstairs and saw
1: it that she met her Dan at the Miami Beach 17th St. Jewish Center,
ieh is today Temple Emanu-El. Alter meeting him. she went to
,. >np in Maine: the second she returned, the phone rang. It was Dan.
a-d they were married a year later. Diane was born in Brooklyn^
SI 6 insists that every time they had their house painted, fate stepped
,r and they moved, giving her a record of having attended six different
i .mentarv schools. She went to Brooklyn College, then graduated
, om the University of Miami. She did graduate work at Columbia
University while living at the New York International House, where
-'.- met students from all over the world.
Diane taught first and second grades at South Beach Elementary
& 100I and substituted for four years. Since Women's American ORT
nas primarily to do with education, it was a
natural for Diane. She was the third pres-
ident of Greater Miami Chapter of ORT, chair-
man oi Leadership Training, and is Combined
Jewish Appeal chairman for the Southeast
Region of ORT. She was Community Welfare
chairman of Jewish War Veterans, on the
Social Service Bureau of the City of Miami
Beach, a member of Kappa Delta Pi, and has
always been active in Federation of Jewish
Women, and Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation. Presently, she is area chairman for
the Voung Matrons Division of CJA.
But foremost, Diane is wife to Dan and
mother to Mona, Lisa, and Douglas. Her
world centers about Dan. He. in turn, in his
soft-spoken way. is an ideal husband and
DIANI lather. Wherever Dan goes, so goes Diane.
Traveling is a part of his life. They have been
to Europe twice, not to shop, but to live an .
. venture All through Switzerland. Dan in his blue jeans seemed to
a part of the country. The second time they went to Israel, it was
I members of the first Young Leadership Mission of the United Jew-
- 1 Appeal. This trip changed their whole life. While they had always
been community and Federation-minded, "we realized when we saw,
lat was happening in Israel." explains Diane, ""that if you can't do
mething for others, you can't live with yourself. It's one thing to
r^ad about what is happening to your brethren in far-off places, but
1 see with your own eyes what your assistance is doing makes you
ghty proud"
At home. Diane is a good cook, but then Dan eats anything she ]
t es and says it is delicious. They both like to take long walks, go
i burning, or bicycling with Diane's blonde hair streaming in the
:nd. For her part, Diane likes to give children's parties, carrying ;
0 t a definite theme. A recent one was on safety, complete with a
;ppet show. The Hellers also like to discuss current events, to talk
out ideas and ideals, instead of people. When night comes. Danny
ins lullabies to the children, teaching them by devotion the high
1 Jrals and ethics that are part of the code that he and Diane live by.
16 thrill of his election as national commander of Jewish War Vet-
ans hasn't worn off. Diane is proud of Dan as a community leader.
S e says ery simply. "I'm lucky. God was upstairs watching, and he
v that W e got together."
* *
LIFE BEGINS AT FORTY
Evidently Dr. George Graham thinks so, because he made a big
-s when his wile. Rae. reached that important age. By the way. she
)ks exactly half that age. He called all the guests himself, but had
Ireadful time getting Rae to go over to Sylvia and Murray Zinncrs',
esumably to a party for the Zinner son. Steve. It was a buffet din-
r with a huge birthday cake, funny presents and real ones, too.
t nong guests were the Weinkles, Mary Norma and Julian, and Bar-
ara and Mclvin. Harriet and Larry Singer, Honey and Buddy Krasne.
] loda and Freddy Sheldon, and Fay and Melvin Becker. Michael, the
lest Graham son, has been accepted for early admission at Stetson.
- s brother. Lee, is quite frank in saying that he is not losing a brother;
s gaining a bedroom
*
E.T.F. PARTY
Richard Rosichan
To Marry Girl
From Buffalo
Mr and Mrs. Richard Belmont,
of Syracuse, N.Y.. have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Ellen Sabina. to Richard H. Rosi-
chan, of Miami.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Rosi-
chan. of 50 Shore Dr. West, Miami,
formerly of Buffalo. N.Y.
A graduate of Buffalo State
Teachers College. Miss Belmont is
a teacher of French in the Buffalo
high school system. __
The groom to-be. whose father is
executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, is in his
senior year at the University of
Miami, to which he transferred
from the University of Vermont.
A late fall wedding is planned.
Friday. October 4, ^

MISS tLUN BtlMONT
M. ivln Vlctoi
MISS JANICt RfVITZ
Janice Revitz,
Joel Channing
To Wed Dec. 21
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Revitz. of
3530 W. Broadview Dr.. Bay Har-
bor Islands, announce the engage-
ment and forthcoming marriage of
their daughter, Janice Marlene, to
Joel Baer Channing. son of Mr
and Mrs. Jules P. Channing. 781
Fairway Dr.. Normandy Shores
The future bride attended the
University of Wisconsin, and is
presently attending the University
of Miami.
The prospective bridegroom grad-
uated with honors Mom the School
of Architecture at the University
of Florida, and is presently attend
ing the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, where he will receive
a Master's degree in architectural
design.
The wedding will take place on
Dec. 21.
Summer Rites
For Miss Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen 141 vP %
174th St., No. Miami BPach '" *
nounce the engagement and forth
coming marriage of their d;im>h
tor. Myra. to Sidney Frank >""
n.idell. *"
The future bridegrom i th, m
of Mrs. Rose Schreidcll and the
late Bernard Schreidell
A summer wedding is planned.
Miss Trauman To
Wed Med Student
Mrs. Nathan Trauman. 251 SW
51st PI., announces the etoqe
ment of her daughter. Robert*
Joan, to William Cohen, son of Mr
and Mrs. Harold Cohen. 1800 SW
21st St.
Miss Trauman is also the daugh
tor of the late Nathan Trauman.
The bride-elect is a junior high
school teacher in the Dade Coun ^
! ty school system. A graduate of
[ the University of Miami, she is 1
' member of Phi Kappa 1'hi and
I Alpha Lambda Delta.
A graduate of the University of
Florida, where he was a member
of Pi Lambda Phi and Sigma Tau.
| Cohen is attending the University
of Miami Medical School.
A June. 28. 1964 wedding ii
planned.
Carol Hausman,
Michael Clein
Rites Planned
The engagement of Carol Jane
Hausman to Michael Allen Clein is
being announced this week by the
parents of the future bride, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Hausman. 7235
SW 105th Ter.
Miss Hausman. a graduate of
Palmetto Senior High, is now at-
tending Florida College of Medical
Technology.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clein,
7475 SW 118th St.. the bridegroom-
to-be attended the University of
j New Mexico and will graduate
from Georgia lech in December.
I He is a member of the Bulldog
j Club, athletic honorary, and Alpha
Epsilon Pi, social fraternity.
A 1964 tail wedding is being
planned.
Levys Reveal
Barbara's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore levy
9lo0 No. Bay Shore Dr. .innovnce
the engagement of then daughter
Barbara Ann, to Harold Friedman
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mrs. Hilda Friedman, of
West Orange, N.J.. ami the late
Bernard Friedman.
The future bride graduated from
Columbia University School of
Oral and Dental Surgery as a den-
tal hygenist. Her fiance is a grad
uate 01 Yaie University and Yal
Law School.
A November wedding is planned
.,
Terrier, Klein
To be Married
A December wedding is b'..n;
planned by Rita Teitlcr and Bee
jam in Klein.
Announcement of the engage-
ment is made by the future bride-
parents, Mr. and Mrs Al Teitler.
5740 SW 56th Ter.
The bridegroom-to-oe is the BOB
of Mrs. Rosi Klein, 241-1 SW 19th
Ter.
Miss Steinberg Eyes June Rites
That's the kind of a partv that Esther and Sidney Schwartz had 1 SW 48th Ave.
A June wedding is planned by
Lynn Sharron Steinberg and Doug-
las Schwartz, whose engagement
was announced on Sunday, Sept.
29, by the futuie bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steinberg, 32
i r Esther's "Monday and Thursday" canasta girl friends and their
- ouses before she left for a quick look at her grandchildren in Chi-
cago. The grandchildren belong to Meta and Ronald Berger. Prizes
. ere offered to anyone who guessed what E.T.F. meant. You can all
% less, but the answer is obvious once you realized Esther was going
;. vay "Empty The Freezer." Prize was a frozen chicken.

The name of a recent movie was "81 ." Many people recognized
bomeone they know in the picture. It was Gilda Dahlberg. who used
live here but now lives in London. Gilda always used to say, "Speak
1 of me, speak well of me. but for gosh sake talk about me." It is
i uite exciting to recognize someone you know in a foreign film. Folks
iy that you can see a resemblance to her sister who lives here. An
. d-timer Guess who?
* *
SO SURPRISE
4 Judy Holland had a birthday dinner for her husband, Norman, at
t e Famous Restaurant. A big birthday cake said "Happy 29." Add
11 Vnd you will know how old Norman is. Children's favors were at
ieh place, and after dinner "Mama" Judy took the whole crowd, forty
rong, to the movies. Among guests were Dr.. and Mrs. Charles Gor-
don, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Unger, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenblum, Mrs.
;>ose Caplan. Sig Eisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kurzweil, Mr. and
Mr*. Marvin Jacker, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schulman. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
j ndenbaum. and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kern.
A graduate of Dade County Den-
tal Clinic, the bride-elect is a den-
tal nurse in the employ of Dr.
George Einhorn. She also attend-
ed Miami High, where she served
as vice president of Tsion BBG.
and was a sponsor of Sigma Phi.
She is a graduate of Dade County
Dental Clinic.
Son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry S.
Schwartz. 1800 SW 17th St.. the
prospective bridegroom is a grad-
uate of Miami High, served as
president of Hurricanes AZA, and
is a member of Sholem Lodge.
He received a degree from the
University of Florida in 1962. and
was vice president of Pi Lambda
Phi Fraternity. He is now a rev-
enue officer in the Miami Depart-
ment of the Internal Revenue.
Labor Unions
To be Viewed
"What's Wrong With U S. Labor
Unions?" will be the theme of th-
Town Hall Forum program of th' )
People Speak on Friday, 8 p.m
Participants will be Dr. lame-
Vadakin. professor of labor rela-
tions and economics, t niversity '
Miami; Joseph H. Kaplan, attor-
ney for labor; Alfred Aionovitz. at
torney for management; JW
Greenfield, trade union represen
tativc; Chaim Rose, moderator
A question-discussion period will
follow the talks to b.' held in W
Washington Federal Auditorium.
1234 Washington Ave.
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up here last week is definitely not
the corpse of Heinrich Mueller,
high Gestapo official under Adolpli
Hitler, it was established here.
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Friday. October 4. 1963
* foj|A rirrW^n
TEMPLE Judca held a post
j< tn Kippur dance at the
Ttrrji.t on Saturday night.
Mrs, Herbert Gclernter. whose
husb ple, Cose a beige brocade sheath
with a scooped neckline. Mrs.
Melvtt) Harrison wore a sleeve-
lens blue and white silk print
sheath.' An imported iridescent
Mac* silk crepe was worn by
Mr* Albert Jacobson, featuring
8 '- I foidriff, and was softly
plba'-d'at the waistline. Mrs.
I'" (I Gamse selected an en
g&fl&n which she recently pur-
**' linen, the chanel-styled jacket
Was Tiped in pink, raspberry
an< ftite. The pink blouse was
bonnd at the neckline and arm
ho;< i raspberry, and the flared
skin ..:,s in solid pink.
Mi- Jay Bearman's black silk
sheatj featured a V-neckline that
Wf lashed deeply to the left.
all cap sleeves. Frosted
pin- chiffon was worn by Mrs.
Loui Schneiderman. Her sleeve-
less sheath was tucked into nar-
row vertical pleats on her skirl.
Mrs Warren Zundell made her
iced t.ue knit sheath and match
ing jacket vihich followed the
popular, casual fitting silhouette.
Autumn colors of brown, green
and (range blended into the silk
print worn by Mrs. Edward
Blackmail. Her fitted bodice had
hraiuet length sleeves, and the
controlled fullness of her skirt
also featured an asymetrieal
drape over one hip.
IMPERIAL blue. gold, beige and
brown were the predominant
colors in Mrs. Max Deaktcr's
paisley printed shift. Mrs. Na-
than VVinokur's colors were or-
ange, tangerine and gold in her
silk print with the conversational
gath< red sleeves. Mrs. Arthur
Appl- wore a Chinese red silk
brocade. The mandarine collar
was 'lashed to a decollete line,
whn was caught with a frog
closing. Both sides of her sheath
skirl .ore also slit. A sleeveless
sheath of red Maltese crepe with
a silk satin bodice was worn by
-Mrs. Maxwell Sperling.
Sisterhood president. Mrs.
Frank Toback, chose an oriental
styled black matte jersey with
the entire bodice all hand-beaded
in jets. Black was also the coloi
choice of Mrs: Victor Reite'r, fea
turing a two-piece knit with a
striking thistle gold pin in a flor-
al spray design. Mrs. Sidney Ja-
cobs wore a silk chartreuse
sheath, which buttoned down the
back. A matching waist-length
jacket completed her ensemble.
Mrs. Joseph Fromkin chose a
turquoise silk ensemble of a fit
ted sheath and matching full-
length coat. Black silk was won.
by Mrs. Rueben Heit, Her square-
necked bodice was of imported
French chantilly lace. Mis. Jos-
eph Moskowitz' grey silk sheath
was tucked and had insert., ol
white lace with beading,
yMIFE of the rabbi. Mrs. Mor-
decai Podet, selected a green
peau de soie sheath with a high
neckline that dipped to a V in
the back. The dress was worn
with a matching cutaway bolero.
Mrs. Charles Rosenberg's dress
had a two-piece effect with a
muted gold circular skirt, and
white bodice with the gold band-
ed around the sleeves and neck- '
line. Her fabric was moygashel ;
linen.
A white peau de soie sheath
with the interesting and impor- I
taut low back was worn by Mrs.
Joseph Nevel. Mrs. George Bern- '
stein's dress combined the dar-
ing and the demure. Her black
i repe bodice had long sleeves
which were cuffed in white, and
then opened in the back and
pluged quite low. Her full skirt .
w.is of black silk chiffon. Brown, j
gold and blue combined into the
batique silk print sheath worn by !
Mrs. Ben Essen. Her Upline
belt was a narrow rolled shoe- \
string, and the sleeveless bodice i
had a high jewel neckline.
JFCS Women
Will Launch
New Club Year
Women's Committee of Jewish
Family and Children's Service is
launching its third club year with
membership meeting on Fri-
day. 1 p.m., at the home of the
agency's president, Mrs. Burton
B. Goldstein, 36 W. Rivo Alto Dr.
Plans for the JFCS group treat-
ment home for emotionallv-dis-
turbed boys will be announced.
The home, first of its kind in the
southeastern United States, will be
opened in January.
Support of the home is the maj-
or project of the Women's Com-
mittee this year.
Guest speaker for the meeting
will be Jack Gordon, of the Dadei
County School Board.
Mrs. Lawrence C. Kline, presi-
dent of the Women's Committee,'
lias asked members to bring!
quests, and has invited all those
interested to attend. Mrs. Wil-
liam Gladstone is in charge.
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'Venturing Back*
For Beach PTA
"The Big V" will be the theme j
oi the Miami Beach High FTA this ;
vear. Originating in the student's
first period class, annual project ,
known as "Venturing Back to
School" will be held on Tuesday
evening at 7:45 p.m.
Parents will follow their chil-
dren's schedule, and teachers will
outline, in capsule form, some of !
the goals and objectives ol the j
school program.
Refreshments will be served in
the cafeteria after the class sched-
ules have been completed.
Steve Moore, principal, and Mrs.
Harry M. Kaplan. PTA president,
will great visiting parents.
You never grow too old in the service of God, as these senior
citizens at Temple Adath Yeshurun prove while constructing
the Temple's Sukkah. Left to right are Irvina Laufer. Harry S.
Friedman, William Platt, chairman of the Ritual Committee.
Joseph Goldberg, Charles Smook, second vice president, and
Julius Newman. Not shown is Sam Rubenstein.
AH Exhibit At Jordan Marsh
Jor. n Marsh International Gal
l< ly oi Art is now presenting
paintings by Jane Steinsnyder, of
Migi >, who received her training
al ti Philadelphia Museum Col-
'-:< lof Art. where she won a
BfahsJtr oi Fine Arts Degree.
8M won several awards in the
fields; U ceramics and art teacher
education While a student. She
has exhibited paintings and cer-
amic sculpture in many student
show
Mrs, Steinsynder taught art in
elementary] junior and senior high
school1; in the Philadelphia area.
Locally, Mrs. Steinsnyder has
pufhtea at the University of Mi-
ami w.'h William Ward, whose ad-
vice and criticism helped this ex-
hibition to materialize.
The paintings exhibited at Jor-
dan Marsh are all oil on canvas.
All are abstractions. Some have
been inspired by nature and the
human form. Others have orig-
inated as non-objective paintings
which have finally suggested rec-
Ognizable forms. This is Mrs.
Stein.siiyder's first showing in the
Miami area.
Glamor Will Be
Theme Tuesday
"Glamor" will be the topic high-
lighted at the Opti-Mrs. Club of
Miami Beach luncheon on Tues-
day, 11:30 a.m., at the Barcelona
Hotel.
A past lieutenant governor, 4th
District Opti-Mrs., Mrs. Frank
Arthur, will report on the physical
and emotional changes in her life
Simulated by her experiences
since completing the course.
Guest speaker. Mrs. Loy Oxell.
owner and operator of Loie's Mod-
eling School and Agency, will des-
cribe the technical problems in-
volved in Mrs. Arthur's metamor-
phosis.
Business agenda of the meeting,
conducted by Mrs. Murray Son-
nett. president, will include distri-
bution of tickets for the premiere
of "It's a Mad Mad Mad World"
to be held on Dec. 19 at the Sheri-
dan Theatre, the club's first major
fund-raising event of the year.
Oldsters Build
Temple Sukkah
The Minyonaires group at Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun, whose aver-
age age is 69. are responsible for
the authentic and attractive Suk-
kah they built in time for the holi-
day which began on Wednesday
evening.
Members of the Sisterhood, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. Dor-
othy DeNoia and Mrs. Erwin Ber-
man, decorated the Sukkah.
A Sukkoth party will be held for
the students of the Temple's Re-
ligious School on Sunday morning,
and in the evening, boys and girls
of the 7th and 8th grades will be
guests of the USY chapter.
Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan
will hold a Sukkoth open house
party for the entire membership
of the congregation on Sunday
afternoon in their new home, 1120
NE Miami Gardens Dr.
Community Singers Rehearse
Miami Beach Community Sing
ers, under the direction of its new
conductor and musical director,
Hirsh Marchbcin Marbiny, have
started weekly rehearsals in the
Bandroom of the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School every Thurs-
day evening at 7:45 p.m. Vacan-
cies now exist in the base, tenor,
alto and soprano sections.
Robyn Tubin
Meeting Here
Entertainmc.n and refreshment*
will follow the regular meeting of
the Robyn Tub n Chapter. City of
Hope, slated for Thursday, Oct. 10,
8 p.m.,
Paid-up and new members will
be guests at the home of the chap-
ter's president, Mrs. Lewis Brooks,
19600 NE 19th Ave., on Sunday
cenina. Oct. 20.
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Tropical Chapter. A m e r i c a n
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to the public, for Friday at the
; Deauville Hotel. Chairing the af-1
lair, which will feature a fashion
j show, will be Mrs. Joseph Rich- j
man. Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, pres- j
i idenl of the chapter, will greet the j
guests

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Plans are going forward for the
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Friday. October 4. 1963
Executive Board of the Chaim Weizmann
3ranch of Farband plan Sunday night's func-
ion. Seated (left to right) are Anna Chaet,
. L. Berman, Anna Katz, Moe Levin, Dora Of-
enhenden, Selma Berman and Rose Cohen.
Standing (left to right) are Max Goldscheid,
Harry Sacks, and Aaron Katz. Not shown are
Joseph Rabin, Irving Sachs, Mrs. Leah Levin,
and Harry Chaet.
Farband Branch Supper Will Launch
New Kupat Holim Project in Beersheba
Sol Stein, of New York, national The supper function in behalf of
. .ucutivc director of the Histadrut the Kupat Holini-Histaclrut will be-
> .impaign in the United Stales, will! gin at 6 p.m.
e guest speaker at a meeting here i Sponsors will be officers and
Sunday evening in the Fontaine-j members of the Chaim \Ve:zmann
i leau Hotel. Branch of Farband. Fifty new
Cedars of Lebanon $1,500,000 Drive
Slated for Launching to Finish Building
Board of Trustees of Cedars of;
1 ,'banon Hospital this week set a
i ipital fund goal for the comple-
t'ap of the hospital's program.
President Harry L. Lewis and
P-Oitd Chairman Stanley C. Myers
intly announced that a drive to;
. Jise $1,500 000 would be launched j
i once in the South Florida area !
*. > meet the costs of completing
'Te upper three floors and exten-
ve expansion of the laboratories
id out-patient department.
"The Federal government has
.cognized that Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital could not function
at its full potential with the
fourth, fifth and sixth floors un-
finished," said Lewis. Cost of
the construction job is approx-
imately $370,000. The total, in-
cluding equipment, will be well
aver $1,000,000.
Cedars was awarded a Public
orks Accelemton Act grant of
530,210. with the proviso that
- '-witching funds in a similar
m mount must be raised from the
i immunity.
On the basis nf substantial pled-
ges by a number of local civic
iaders, the expansion program
, at under way in April.
"The most desperate need is
4tra beds." it was pointed out by
lanford K. Bornstein. hospital ad-
ministrator "We have functioned
s a three-floor institution with
-ily 108 beds since November.
'961, and al near-capacity most
i ; the year."
There will be 174 additional
eds. four X-ray laboratories in-
'.ead of two. a blood bank for each
tboratory. a larger and more ac-
tssible emergency ramp, a new
conference room, enlarged cafe-
teria, gift shop and administrative
section.
Focusing upon the rising costs
of patient care today, Lewis told
trustees that "in the 1960's, new
equipment for a 282-hed. hospital
costs man now than tWe entire
hospital did 20 years ago."
Architects Smith and Korach.
the original designers of the hos-
pital, planned the six-story struc-
ture to allow for the present ex-
pansion. Each floor will include
14 330 square feet of new work
space. Three new floors will add
a total of 42,990 square feet to
the area.
Work is proceeding with a min-
imum of noise and disruption of
normal hospital routine, according
to Bronstein.
Outlining plans for the fund cam-
paign. Lewis said that the officers
and board would constitute a Pace-
setters' Committee and assume a
quota equal to about one-third of
the total.
Playing a major role in tis lead-
ership unit will be such communal
leaders and businessmen as Saul
Silberman and Samuel Spector.
whose gifts to the hospital are
in the $100,000 category.
A Doctors Committee has held
I several informal advance meet
ings. made pledges, and accepted
assignments to contact their asso-
ciates and friends in the commun-
ity. Lewis reported.
"We will confine our concen-
. trated campaign to a three-'month
period between Oct. 1 and Dec.
31," he stated.
Campaign plans call for a
members are to be installed.
Joining Dr. Stein on the rostrum
as a guest speaker will be Rabbi
I.eon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom.
Moe Levin, president, said that
a special branch project will be
launcher* in the Kupat Holim
Medical Center now under con-
struction in Beersheba, Israel,
which is being underwritten by
the Greater Miami Business and
Professional Chaoter of Kupat
Holim in the sum of $250,000.
The Chaim Weizmann Branch
project will be in memory of Isaac
Offenhenden. "one of the outstand-
ing leaders of Farband and a foun-
der of the branch," according to
Levin. Mr. Offenhenden recently
pasted away here.
Musical program will feature
Miss Carol Donu, noted soprano
here.
Flagler Children
To be Honored
All first grade students of Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Center Relig-
ious School will participate in the
celebration of Simchas Torah on
Thursday. Oct. 10, at 6:30 p.m.
Children to be honored as the I
Holy Scrolls are removed from the j
Ark and marched around in the
I traditional processions are Jack
Segal. Barry Michael, Scott Dem-1
i sky. Kenneth Golen, Joe Cohen.
| Lee Shankman. Robert Grosswald,
Richard Levine. Dickie Irvine.
' Frank Kronberg, Jay Bernkrant,
' Amy Erdheim. Lorri Logue, Jean-
' ne Becker, Brett Becker. Marci
I Gronberg. Miriam Oroshnik, and
Jeffrey Cohen.
Cantor George Goldberg will as-
sist in the singing of the Hoshanas.
Cuban to Speck
Out at Workshop
"The Cuban in Miami Speaks
Out on Social and Economic Prob-
lems" will be the subject discussed
by Wcstbrookc Country Club's
Wisdom Workshop on Friday eve-
ning. 8:15 p.m.
Moderated by Aaron Aronoff.
participants will be Paul Lane, of
the Cuban Refugee Emergency
Center, and Pedro Pelegria of the
Catholic Relief Services. A mother
and her son. formerly of Cuba, will
join in the question and answer
period.
Second October Workshop ses-
sion, to be held on the 25th. will be
"An Appraisal of the Kennedy Ad-
ministration." with faculty mem-
bers of the University of Miami
Government Department leading a
round table discussion.
DR. O. J. HUMPHRIES announces
The New Location of
Opa-locka Chiropratic Clinic
at 17410 N.W. 27th AVENUE
New Phone Number 624-7192
Library to Honor
Mrs. Duntov Here
Next Wednesday
Surf-Bal-Bay Library' >s starting
its second year at its new and
larger headquarters, the Surfside
Community Center, at 9301 Col-
lins Ave.. which will be the site of
several celebrations on Wednesday
, at 7:45 p.m.
Founders and Friends of Surf-
Bal-Bay Library will hold open
house during wnich formal presen--
: tation ol furniture and equipment
j which they subsidized will be made
to the three Towns.
Librarian Mrs. Lillie Duntov,
completing a year of service, will
be honored for leadership in devel-
. opment of the library.
Highlight of the evening will be
a message delivered by Charles
H. Walker. Dean of Student Per
sonnet at Miami Dade Junior Col-
lege.
Judge Theodore Nelson serves
as president of the Friends.
city-wide appeal via press, ra-
dio and televsision, personal
solicitations through campaign
"flying squads" in business, in-
dustry, government, and the
professions, and an all-out drive
for contributions in the syna-
gogues and temples.
"We are now making available
memorials and endowments ol ta
tilities in the new wings and in the
top three floors." Lewis said.
Under discussion by the Cam-
paign Committee is a "Victory
Banquet" on Dec. 21. heralding the
opening of the new sections of the
hospital and the successful com-
pletion ol the drive.
Army Techniques
To be Viewed
Temple Judea Religious School
stalf will meet Sunday noon for an
intensive briefing by Mel Sch-
wartz, member of the Temple
Board of Education, on the tech-
niques he tested and taught dur-
ing his army career. Discussion
will follow.
As an instructor in a I'.S. Army-
Air Force Radio School. Schwartz
developed a manual tor the train-
ing and guidance of army instruc-
tion in pedogogic technique and
classroom management.
Board of Education members
are Mrs. George Baum. chairman.
Schwartz and Mrs. Joseph Klein.
In addition to Rabbi Mordecai
Podet, who directs the Religious
School, and Cantor Gordon Rich-
ards. Temple Judea's teaching
staff includes Mrs. Ellis Robins.
Peter Klein. Jack Rosenfeld. Mrs.
Al Ro^eoe. Mrs. Esther Brenner.
Jerome tall, and M.ss Sonya
Klein.
Beach Dentists
Plan Installation
Annual banquet and installation
ceremony of the Miami Beach
Dental Society will be held on Sat-
urday at Chandler's Restaurant.
Outgoing preside.:!. Dr. Joseph
Zalmanoif, and new officers will
be honored at the lornial affair.
Professional entertainment and
an orchestra lor dancing will be
featured at the steak dinner, to be
preceded at b':30 p.m., with a cock-
la.1 hour.
Dr. Bennett A. l.ee is in charge
ol reservations.
'Y' Announces
Special Program
After School
Miami YMHA announces the
opening of its atterschoo! pro
gram for boys and girls in the first
through s>xth erades.
Activities to be offered are les-
sons on the recorder. Arnold Gray-
son, instructor. Mondays; irt
drawing and painting, instructor.
Marsha Deutsch, Wednesdays:
Girls Friendship Club, advisor.
; Mrs. Linda Kaplan; and boys phys-
I ical fitness, instructor. Al Schla
>er, on Fridays.
Miami Attorney Kenneth
Myers has been appointed to
the Retirement Board ol the
Miami City Employees Re-
tirement System. He will
serve the unexpired term of
Joseph P. Manners through
December, 1964.
Jewish Values
To be Discussed
Why Hebrew." "7-11," and "The
! Mental Hygiene Value of Jewish
Kducation" will be the subjects dis-
1 cussed at the first meeting oi the
Religious School PTA of Beth Tor-
| ah Congregation.
Event is slated for Monday, 8:30
p.m., in the Youth Room of the
school building, according to Mrs.
Adrian Kaufman, PTA president.
Serving as discussants in addi-
! tion to Rabbi Max A. I.ipschitz and
Abraham J. Gittelson. education
director, will be Irving Seidel, im-
mediate past president of the con-
gregation and a former Boatd of
Education chairman, Manuel Berg-
man, a pas; president or trie con-
: gregation. and Mrs. George Katz-
man. Hadassah education leader
and former pre school PTA presi-
dent.
Negro Leader to
Receive Award
By Special Report
NEW YORK-Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr.. will be honored by the
United Synagogue of America at
its convention in November during
special exercises marking the 100th
anniversary of the Emancipation
Proclamation.
Dr. King will be presented with
the Solomon Schechter Award for
his role "in translating the proohe-
tic vision of Abraham Lincoln into
a living reality." The only other
recipient of the award, which is
named for the founder of the Uni-
ted Synagogue, was Sen. Herbert
II. Lehman, who received it in
1947.
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iday, October 4. 1963
, CMflcfl FtmrrffHFfmir)
liami to be Site
>f CJFWF Meet
Twelve-hundred representatives
217 central community w
fctions serving more than 5.0(10
BO Jews in the United States and
an a da will convene for the 32nd
feneral Assembly of the Conner
Jewish Fcdcratior.s and Wolf an
funds at the Diplomat Hotel, fron
lov. 6 to 10, it was announced tbii
kek by Samuel Keldgose, oi l'liil
iuelphia. chairman of the Assem-
bly Program Committee.
Confi outing an agenda whicli
uns a broad gamut of Jowisi
feeds, responsibilities and pur
loses here and abroad, tiny v ..
ocus on community planning, tin
ancing of essential services, tlu
lifting and distribution oi philan
iropic funds, recruiting and devei
ping leadership, and the improve
icnt and expansion of health, wcl-
3are, education and other pro
fciams to meet the mounting needs
oi the Jewish people.
Representing the Greater Miami
liui.sh Federation on the national
Program Committee are Mrs.
kanley C. Myers and Judge Irving
Eypen. vice presidents ot Feder-
It ion; Stanley C. Myers, three-
Imc president of Federation here
Ind tor five years president of the
founcil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds; and Arthur Rosi-
lian, executive director of the
liami Federation.
The theme of the Assembly will
set by Louis Stern, of Newark.
I.J., CJFWF president, in an open-
Page 11-E
Exalted Ruler Judga Mlton Feller conaratu-
lctes winners of thp Ibird annual Elks'Golf
Tournament at a regular meetina of Miami
Beech Lodge. Winners (left to right) are Con-
stable Leonard Wcinst'.in, Edward Melniker,
Dr. Oscar Ruskin, chairman ol the Golf Tour-
nament Committee, Irvin Leighton, Judge Fel-
ler, Mi'ton J. Pepper, Metro Judge Gerald
Klein, and Larry Kimrnel. Leighton received
the lowest score nament was held at the Diplomat Country
Club.
Dedication Opens New Young Israel
Some 350 persons witnessed
opening day ceremonies of the new-
synagogue building of You 'g Is-
rael of Greater Miami on Sept. 8
The new sanctuary, located at
ipact on Jewish lilc, the nation
|nd the world.
Those views have been submit-
ed in writing by more than 25 ex-
perts religious leaders, cconom-
sociologists, demographers,
ocial workers, educators, physi-
cians, mental health specialists,
kublic welfare authorities and gov-
ernment leaders.
tuary to Emanuel Ungar, who
rpened the doors to Young Is-
rael for the first time to the
community. The procession then
continued into the sanctuary,
where Sam Reinhart opened the
Holy Ark to receive the Torahs.
Appropriate prayers were recit-
ed by Cantor Moses Weiss.
Rabbi Shcrwin Staubcr, spiritual
from the old sanctuary through leader of Young Israei. welcom-'
the courtyard of You;.g Israel to
the new building. A canopy con-
sisted of Holy Prayer shawls was
used to escort the Scrolls, and
were carried by B. Fcig, Charles
Blonder and I.eon Gottlieb, char-
ter members of Young Israel.
greetings on bi hall ol the Acad-
emy. Rabbi Louis Rottman, ol
Beth I.-racl Congregation, and
president of the Mesivta High
Dignitaries Will
Address UJA
National Confab
By Special Report
NEW YORK Chief Justice
the'United States Earl Warren, I
raei Foreign Minister Mrs. Gol<
Ifelr, and former Israel Prime Mi
later Moshe Sharett will head tl
list of distinguished leaders to a
h" s the United Jewish Appeal
26th annual national conference .
the New York Hilton Hotel froi I
Dec. 6 to 8, it was announced th
week by Joseph Mcyerhoff, i
Baltimore, general chairman
the UJA.
The annual UJA three-day co
ference. which is expected to brir..
tbgether a record-size assembly <
community representatives fro i
every part of the country, also will
mark the formal close of tl:
UJA's 25th anniversary year.
The 26th annual conference w.
American Jewish responsibility
saving and building lives throng
the United Jewish Appeal, Mcyi
l.olt declared.
"Ahead of American Jewry li
'.he challenge to match the ii
pressive achievements begun 11
g address on major issues facing NK 171st Sl and 10,h Ave., No.
wish communities. His talk will i M,ami Beach, was designed by
based on a syposium of views Arch,lecl Ernest Wolfman.
the changing needs and central Ceremonies began with the pro-
roblems ot our time, and their cession of the Holy Scrolls taken
School, offered congratulations on m39. which include the raising i
bchall Of the Jewish community nearly SI.500,000.000. the savin,
of North Miami Beach. f 3.000.000 Je.cs. the rcscttlemci
Guest of honor was Rabbi David of 1.150.000 of them in Israel, ar
Hill, president of the National' the rebuilding and revival of Je\
Council of Young Israel, who de- ish communities in the free won
livered an address on the plight which the Hitler holocaust had K .
of the Je in Russia. in ashes."

ed the audience, and
master of ceremonies.
acied as
.apid Attends
toard Meeting
Joseph I.apid. noted Israeli jour-
list, who visited here this week
guest writer lor the Miami Her-
I, was special guest speaker at
luncheon meeting of the Board
I Governors of the Greater Miami
rail Bond Organization on Mon-
b
|Lapid is a staff member of Maa-
and one of the most widely-
ndicatcd writers in the Israeli
ts:..
Before coming to Miami, he
ered the UN Security Council
Sate on the Israel-Syria dis-
and also spent a week with
Detroit Free-Press.
ast week, he attended the na-
planning conference ol the
rel Bond Organization in Wash-
to, D.C.
ipid presented a behind -tile-
's report on current Israel
tensions.
Wednesday. I.apid was a sur
guest at a colfo of the Com-
if- of Hostesses for the Tempi*
Sholom Dinner of Tribute to
ey D. Ansin at the home of \
Louis F. Snetman.
Dr. Sol Nussbaum, chairman
of the Building Committee, hand-
ed over the key to the new sane-
Judge Arthur Snyder, Mayor of
Ihc City of North Miami Beach,
and Councilman Newton Greene
gave greetings on behalf of the
city. Rabbi Morris Hurwitz, as-
sistant principal of the Hebrew
Academy, and one of the original
founders of Young Israel, gave
SHOPPING AROUND
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There are not too many foods oefore, and it's catching on wit
that please every member of the bid friends who keep discoverir.
Samuel E. Schwartz (center), realtor and civic worker, is re-
cipient of a silver plague for his "many years of generosity
and support of Variety Children's Hospital." The presentation
is made by William T. Kruglak II (right), Chief Barker of the
Variety Club of Greater Miami, sponsors and operators of the
hospital. Victore Levin (left) was chairman of the Open House
party held last Saturday at the Robert Clay Hotel, attended by
600 members and guests, establishing the new headquarters
of the Variety Club.
family, from the smallest to the
tallest, but one that fills the bill is
Mother's Gefilte F:sh.
Mother's Gefilte Fish is made
with onlj the freshes! kitchen-
good ingre licnts that Mother her-
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There arc three line varieties to
chose from, each with its own spe-
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Mother's Old Fashioned Gefilte
Fish. Mother's Whitefish and Yel-
low Pike combination, and Mo
ther's All Whitefish Deluxe Gefilte
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Pick up a jar or two of your fa
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For a quick snack idea iill cris
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No matter how you enjoy yoi
herring, insure that enjoyment b.
erving Vita. Vita is the world .
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*Je*isl flcridiain
Friday. October 1 1963
J^jar ^/Vlitzvah
Barry Abbott Parent! of the celebrant, Mr.
Bar Mitzvah ot Barry Alexander and Mrs. Joseph If. Solomon, 730
Abbott will be celebrated on Sat
iii-day morning. Oct. 5. in the main
sanctuary of Beth David Congre-
gation.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will | Evin Kraus
officiate at the ceremony and also Dr. Irving Lehrman will be o.ti-
present the Ner Tamid award to dating rabbi at the Bar Mitzvah
'he celebrant. One of the young- eremo y ot Evan, son of Mr. and
est Eagle Scouts in the U.S., Barry Mrs. Oscar Straus, on Saturday
leceives the highest honor of the 'orning, Oct. 5, at temple Emanu
Boy Scouts of America for "knowl- El.
edge, devotion and service to re-1 Evjm .g an eigh(h gradc sUuk,ul
ligious faith. '
Calatrava Ave.. will be hosts at a
luncheon to honor of their daugh-
ter toliovving the ceremony.
Marc Suaman
Paula Solomon
[van Krous
Jeffrey Robinson
studies in the Temple's* conlirma
:on class.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Friedman and
An eighth grade student at Pal
mctto Junior High, the Bar Mitz-
vah is interested in music and
plays the drums in the school
band.
Following the service. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Abbott will host the
Kiddush, to be served in the Suk-
kah and the social hall, in their
son's honor.
Paula Solomon
Bas Mitzvah of Paula Lee Solo-
mon will take place on Saturday
morning, Oct. 5, at Temple Beth
Am. with Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gard officiating.
An eighth grade student at Ponce
de Leon Junior High. Paula plays
clarinet in the school band.
w ill host the Kiddush in their son's
honor following the ceremony.
it Nautilus Junior High, where he
S a member of the Science Club.
Hher interests include fishing,
lectronics and building gas-pow-
red motor planes.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will be held Saturday eve- recently at Temple Menorah
Barry Abbott Wayne lencer
n in 1576 Daytonia Rd., Marc is Earle Robinson. Jeffrey fa a stu-
I'Sident.1rSSSta Junior High dent In the Temple', confutation
a graduate of the Hebrew class of 572d.
Academy.
Wayne teneer
Wayne I. Lancer "ill celebrate
Jeffrey Robinson
Marc Sussman Rabbi Leon Kronish will offici- llis""Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
A reception and dinner at the | ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey morning, Oct. 5. at Temple Israel.
* officiating..'
Sholom.
ning at the Deauville Hotel.
* *
Ronald Friedman
Saturday morning services. Oct.
'. at Temple Zion will include the
iar Mitzvah of Ronald Friedman.
.vith Rabbi Allied VVaxman offici-
'itin"
Proposals and suggestions for
An eighth grade student at new an(j improved ways of pro-
Jlades Junior High, the celebrant | viding welfare services for Jewish
children of the Southeastern states
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Suss- Son of Mrs. Louis Zarch and
Carillon Hotel followed the Bar Robinson during services Saturday wjth Dr Joseph Narot
Mitzvah of Marc Aaron Sussman morning. Oct. 5, at Temple ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^
I encer. 350 S. Shore Dr., the cele-
brant is an eighth grade student at
Nautilus Junior High.
Following the ceremony a re-
ception and formal luncheon at
Miami Springs Villas will be held
in Wayne's honor.
Miami Family Service Leaders Join
Atlanta Agency to Study Welfare Needs
s a violinist in the school orches
I -a. He plans to continue his
Sukkoth Gaes Back to Our
Ancient Harvest Festivals
were made to the Jewish Chil-
dren's Service at its 87th annual
meeting at the Americana Hotel in
Atlanta. Ga.
Attending as participants of the
Greater Miami area were Mrs.
Leo Ackerman. elected a regional
vice president of the organization;
Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, presi-
I dent of Jewish Family and Chil-
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX of our people to become a reality dren's Service of Greater Miami;
Why is it customary to adorn the
Sukkah with various sorts of
decoration?
The basis of this practice is
drawn from the Biblical statement
in the Song of Moses which pro-
claimed -This is my God, I will
glorify Him." (Ex. 15:2). This is
Claimed by the rabbis in the Tal-
mud to mean that whatever com-
mandment we perform should be
done in a dignified and artistic
w.y instead oi being crudelj per-
formed. Thus saj the rabbis, one
should have a beaut ful Sukkah
well as > beautiful Esrog on the
Sukkoth festival I 131
as the bird comes from its egg.
Why is a special prayer recited
upon entering the Sukkah
each time which spells out an
invitation to seven Biblical
guests to join us, i.e., Abra-
ham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph,
Moses, Aaron, David?
This seems to be a practice orig-
inated in the Kabbalah. Some
claim that it is a general refer-
ence to the call for hospitality on
Leon D. Fisher, executive director
of JFCS. and Robert Foreman, di-
rector of budgeting and planning
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
At the meeting, Mrs. Burton
Goldstein and Sam Goldstein uere
reelected members of the board of
Jewish Children's Service.
Counseling clinics for adoles-
cents and parents, specialized tos-
ter homes for disturbed teen-agers,
group treatment homes, circuit
in conjunction with Jewish Family
and Children's Service of Miami,
and will be ready by the early part
of 1964 to serve six to eight emo-
tionally disturbed adolescent boys.
Hialeah Youth
Is Top Musician
A 15-year-old Hialeah boy is a
clarinetist of such prodigious capa-
bility, that he has already formed
his own 'combo." playing profes-
sionally at many civic, religious,
and social functions here.
He is Abraham Elliot Weinstein.
of 853 E. 22nd St., Hialeah. son
of Mrs. Rebecca Weinstein.
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spirits are invited to join us as we
piactice this Mitzvah of inviting
guests.
Some have made it a practice to
hang up the seven fruits with Othaas claim that since Sukkoth
winch the Holy Land h;;s been i the festival on which prayers
>ed. This has been considered for rain are offered, these seven
me to in a symbol of the bar- are invited into the Sukkah to pro-
vest which takes place in the iall vide us at least with the virtues of
of the year li is recorded that, a good ancestoi so that the Al-
for some reason, the Maharal ol
Prague did not look with favor up
among the programs considered
by the repesentatives from the five
sliite region including Florida.
Georgia, North Carolina. South
Carolina. Virginia, and Washing '
ington, DC, served by Jewish!
Children's s rvice.
A progress report on the devel-
opment of a Group Home was
given by Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein,
mighty will send plentiful rain and of Miami. The Group Home pro-
upon his people the bles- ject is being undertaken by the
on the practice of hanging fruits in ?ing of prosperity,
the Sukkah perhaps because it
may have resembled some pagan
practice in an ancient harvest fes-
tival.
Why do some hang figures that
resemble birds in the Sukkah?
Atlanta Jewish Children's Service
This practice has been consider-
ed to be a symbol of the prophecy
of Isaiah who said: "As birds hov-
ering, so will the Lord of Hosts
protect Jerusalem.' Hanging the
birdlike form is thus symbolic of
the protection of the Almighty.
Some would make bird figures out
of egg shells with beautiful color-
ing to hang in the Sukkah, perhaps
because the egg is the potential
source of bird life and we live in
hopes for the potential deliverance
|[bu.to/v7 IImarinara } works wonders
SAUCE MOTLIS* 1 with Slew
BUITONI MARINA RASAUCEu
tra.
Abe has also been a regular
member of the clarinet section
of the Miami Beach Symphony
for the past three years, making
him the youngest musician in
the orchestra. For the past two
summer seasons, he has played
at th? Guilford Musical Arts
Center of Gu'lfoid College in
Greensboro, N.C., where he was
1 awarded the "Outstanding Musi-
cian" and "Outstanding Clari-
netist" citations.
His combo, the "Sophisti-Kats,"
performed at the recent conven-
tion of the Disabled American Vet-
erans in the Carillon Hole!.
His other musical affiliations in-
clude Hialeah High School Sym-
phonic Band. Miami Symphonic
Society, North Miami Symphony
Orchestra, and All-Miami Youth
Symphony, which he entered at
age 11, again making him the
youngest musician in that group.
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High school students; for additional
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Ben Yomen. conductor and com-
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Hunter, N.Y., Yomen served as
music and drama director at
Camp Hemshekh, a children's
camp there.
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there is great comfort in knowing that bereaved ones repose at peace forever in the dignified serenity of beautiful and reverently cared for
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Friday. October 4, 1963
Ushers Serve
At Beth Am
Chairman of the High Holy Day
services at Temple Beth Am wa
Joseph Master.;, ilh the following
serving as usners,' ac6ord'ng to
Max Raskiu, Brotherhood presi-
dent; Dr. Joseph mdur. Jerome'
Aiv.apol. Morris Ark'n, Robert Ben
dor, Meyer Brilliant. Max Brown,
Ben Clein, George Cook..Dr. Dan-
iel Franco. Donald Frank,. Philip
I P^jiitatqne, Stanley Gilbert. Slan-
; ley Goldstein, Norman .Green. Ax
thur Jacovyiti, Henry Kaufiraan,
1 Walter. Kaye. Alan Kessler. Irving
, Lax, Dr. Seymour.Leopold',. Dr. Ir
; win .Lesser, George Malin, Robert
I Newman. Ph lip Pals. Philip Be
vifl, William Sanes, Maccy Schaf-
ler, Morton. Selioen. Sol Schwartz.
Fred Shields. Marvin Stein, Sam
' ue| Steeti. Maurice Steinbm.e.er.
KUis Tarschas, and Barton Udell.
.
.-. scholar at the Yeshiva Porath Yosef examines one of the
1 500 religious books discovered in a condemned building in
Jerusalem. The book is hali-eaten away by mold and damp-
ness. On the shelf are other books in a bette." state of presei-
-. tion. The Yeshiva, which is supported by the Joint Dislri-
!ion Committee with United Jewish Appeal funds, is restor-
ing the library with the aid of JDC. ________ ___________________
FledermaUS Due Deborah Hospital Meeting
Here on Nov. 3
reater Miami's 1963-64 opera
son literally gels off to a flying
t on Sunday. Nov. 3. with a
matinee presentation of Johann
Strauss' lilting operetta. "Die Fie-
ri maus" al Dade County Audi-
torium.
ist of two Family Operas' to
i staged this year by the Opera
Guild. Fleiermau.s" will be fol-
lowed by "The Bartered Bride" of
Srr.etana an Sunday. Apr. 26. 1964.
Both operas will be sung in Knu
lish by Ford Foundation Fellow-
ship winners from New York City
Center, supported by local artists
and the Guild opera chorus. Dr.
Paul Csonka will conduct.
New York stars imported for
the Strauss vehicle are Dolores
Hari (Rosalinda), Mauro Lampi
(Eisenstein). Luisa DeSett (Adele),
Benjamin Rayspn (Dr. Falck),
Miami artists appearing in sup-
porting roles are Edmund Cava
(Alfred). Gregory H. O! Berry (Dr.
Blind). Waldon German (Froscl)),
Meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Deborah Hospital will
be held on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m.,
at the Barcelona Hotel. Brunch
will precede the meeting. Mrs.
Morris Weinberger, president, will
outline and discuss projects lor
the ensuing year.
Massachusetts
Club Meeting
Massachusetts Club of Greater
Miami has scheduled its monthly
meeting for Wednesday. 8 p.m., in
the Terrace Room of the Sea Isle
Hotel.
Organized a year a^o. the club
now has a membership of 200, and
all former residents of Massachu
setts are invited to join.
Secretary of the group is Dor-
othy Cohen, and Hy Berkwan is
treasurer. Both are in charge of
information. President is Leon-
ard Rivkind.
Flora Lerman (Prince. Orlofsky),
Clarissa. Den'ton (Sally).
Book Month
Plans Being
Made Locally
Jewish Book Month has been na-
tionally proclaimed for the month
beginning Nov. 9. .Jewish Book
Month is sponsored nationally by
the Jewish Book Council ol Amer-
ica and locally by the Bureau ol
Jewish Education.
The Bureau has issued a call to
jail local organizations to program
I for Jewish Book Month, and is of-
fering ass stance in providing book
reviewers, in publishing lists of
recent Jewish books, and in initia-
I ting public meetings in the Jewish
community.
Al Sherman is chairman of the
Bureau's Book Committee. Other
members include lielvyn Frumkes,
CO-chairman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov. '
Rabbi Morris Horovitz. Saul Ra-
bin, Joseph Abeiow, M. A. Baskin.
Herbert Bloom. Joshua Stadia n.
Rabbi Samuel April. Mrs. Alfred
Stone. Mrs. Dorothy Kriegcr Fink,
and Dr. Milton l.ubarr.
Bridge Program
Gets Franchise
Franchise for the newly-inaug-,
urated duplicate bridge games pro-
gram at Temple Judea has been ,
received, entitling the winners to
points.
Sessions are scheduled for Tues-
days, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., in
the .Theatre Room, of the Temple.
i Fay Heda, a master point player,
is,director.
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Listening to pians outuned tor United Nations Day on Oct. 2
and United Nations Week Oct. 20 to 26 are (from left) Metio
Commissioner Charles Hall. Dr. H. Franklm Williams, of the
University of Miami and Metio Commissions Ha.old Spaet.
Hall and Spaet or- co-cnaixmen of the program, while Dr.
Williams is president of the Greater Miami Cnapter ot the
American Association for the Ur.ited Nations.
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name in bold block letters on her bows, the new Israeli luxury
liner Shalom is now in the final stages of fitting out prior to her
maiden voyage in the spring of 1964. The 23.000 gross ton.
fully air-conditioned S20 million liner being built for the Zim
Israel Navagiation Co., Ltd., at St. Nazaire, France, is design-
ed for both trans-Atlantic service between New York and Is-
rael and winter cruising. When completed, the Shalom will
accommodate 1,100 passengers in First and Tourist classes.
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Rabbinic Panel to Answer Queries
LEGAL NOTICE
Innovation on the "Still Small
Voice" television program aver
VVCKT, Ch. 7, this Sunday, at 10
a.m., will be a panel of rabbis who
xx ill answer questions previously
submitted by viewers.
Presenting the Orthodox point
of view will be Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, of Congregation Beth El.
and president of the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical Association, spon-
sors of the weekly program: Rabbi
Norman Shapiro, of Congregation
Beth David, the Conservative view-
point; and Rabbi Morris Skop. of
Temple Beth Shirah. and past
president of the Rabbinical Associ-
ation, the Reform viewpoint.
Education Series
At Temple Judea
Temple Judea Board of Educa-
tion is planning an intensified ap-
proach to adult education for Tem-
ple members during the coining
weeks, Rabbi Mordecai Podet an-
nounced this week.
Starting Oct. 6. and continuing
through Nov. 3. guest lecturers
x.ill appear at Sunday morning
coffee-forums to be held at 10 a.m.
in the Temple's reception hall.
Subject this Sunday. "Catholic-
ism," will be presented by Dr. Gil-
hell i Farley, of the University of
Miami Graduate School of Educa-
tion.
V series of talks on the philos-
ophy and development of Reform
Judaism will be given by Rabbi
I'odet during social hours folloxv-
ite Friday evening services
on Oct. 4. Nov. 1. and Dec. b".
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Moderator will be Rabbi Alfred bLRSX,l^%S\A%2fZEF
i waxman, of Temple Zion. and ; county, in chancery
|cxecut,ve vice president of the ik,i.i^r hav&Mxk OP
Itahbimcal Association. THIS city of sew Yoiik
Plain tin
Oli
i t u a
horofcAlJ R. hki.1.. el ux, ,t at,
r i e s H.-fcuAaiit
- STEIN, Mrs. Knrolliy of |.n Ati-il,. [TO: First and M.nV-liani* National
slater ,.f Mra. s'ohna (fieri, gxgS U:inl<
amm.ii Ave., died s.].i. '.':. Newport News, Virginia
I, AflOiph, 72, .i :_, Mel-Titian | v" "< Ji.-i .-l.> n..i,H. .1 thai the
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ih.it
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ISIVF.N llu
il. tiuUfeCMKiiuJ, desiiin;: la rniatr In the unil, i --Uiii.-.i. ) alrlag 1" engagi "
business under Hi,. fictitious name ..f l.u.-in.-. under the fictitious num.- 0
II. I">R.XI><> A ITS., at 1013 N.E. I-IIANK PHH'Ph REALTY at H>
i'*:11'.1 .s_'r'''''.N" Miami Beach, Ha., Langford iil.lu.. .Miami, l-la., intend-
to register Bald name with the Clerl
..r Hi. Circuit Court ..f Hade Count)
k rlda.
i i:\.\ki.in i: PHIPPS
Soli owner
10 I-I1-1--2
X\> .Il, il Sept. :i". Riverside.
PASS, Isadore, TT. 6H71 .M.Ik.ii Ave.,
ill..I Sept. jo. s, ,-,,.., In New York.
Kiveisj le.
Banen. Peter, M, .,f 2101 ColHna
;it"..i ap<1i.iu*.i *avtfon lias been ui-
-tiin.il at^inat you in ih. Circuit
'Vnirt ..f in. K|< rnth Judicial I'lrenll
. f ptorfdH in and1 mr D.wle cnnitty to
fi ...!.- a im.rtjfa'a.i i|...n the follow-
Intend to register aaid name wfth Hi
Clerk i.f the ('in lilt Court of Hade
Count) Kli.rnla
A I lit.\ MAM SAME?
ANNIE h'AMET
Kii. ll .".le.
Myers, Helman, Kaplan ft Catsman
Atl..iii.-.. i... Applicant
IKS S.W, 1st Bt., .Miami
1 1-11-18-23
Ave. Services, in I.moth, .Minn, tjor- inK described i.;, 1 pHopert
l..n
ELIAS. .liiBStrtl. II.-,, 0f v.i,, Washini-M'.n
Avi. i i.ir Ion,
WILMERDOERFER. .Mrs. Rai-oHtla,
M. pi iOBO SW iih Si. Cordon.
DUBOWN. Mrs. Sylvia. 51, or 1iM
will St. !ti\. rslWe.
epste.n, Sam, 65, of 1338 Euclid
Ave. X. unian.
r.oi i; m Hindi -_; SCOTT LAKE
MANOR, SECTION rol'K. aoenid-
Inir I., the Plat thereof, recorded In
I'lat RdoU i.a at lam G3 of the Cull-
lie Records ..f Hade County, Florida.
Vi.ii are required t.. rile your an-
xvr to plalntili .-. complaint uith the
1 i. i. ih. afon said c "oort, and
opy thereof u|ion plaintiff's
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.lXK.N that
the underalgned, desiring t., engage. Ii
hualneaa under the fictitious name of
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVEN tha
11.*- underalgned, desiring t. engage, i'
huslnes* under the fictitious name o1
'"PIONEER" at 14357 N.W. 17th Ave
nue, 'i|.a Locka, Florida, Intend t.
regiater said name with the Clerk ...
the Circuit Court of Hade County
six cosmetics a kk.w'ty vims | !'"' < "l"" u" '
at IL'54 N.E, l!lrd Street. No, Miami """'' m.lv., .,,, ,o,.
Reach lnten.l> t.. relater ai.l .,....... i-V-, .. ,'i-,
NEWMAN. Maurice M. SO, ..f i:::.-, "tlornei MARTIN I INK, iiih Ploor,
lliariiti Hi Rlveralde Hade Keileral Ruildlna, Miami ::l'.
BASKin, Harris, 80, of 1195 Marseille ""''Ida iiol later than November 5th.
with Hi. clerk of the Circuit Court
of l lade County, Florida.
SIN BEAl'TY & BARBER
SI1HI.Y I'ii, INC.
i A l-'la. Corp.)
10 I-11-1S-23
it. hi. .i sep,. s*, s.-im. ,s hi .s, ,v
York. Itlveralde.
GOLDFINE, Mm Jennie, ^". of !"il
am., died s. |.t. j>8. Rh-er-
Cullin
K ill
LEGAL NOTICE
IHB3, or ii I.....ree Pro Conteaao will
Ii, in. r. .1 am insi you.
IIA I 1.1' k-tober I. 1963.
C. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk .! the Circuit Court
(ai all By: C. P. ci h'ki.am i
Heput) Clerk
MARTIN KINK
Atcorne) for Plaintiff
nth Ki... r Hade Federal mds.
Miami ::l'. HTorMa
1" I-11-1S-25
NOT.CE OF PUBLIC SALE
Not lei i- hereby given b) the un-
ni .1 Hun on i K'tnlH r l ll < m at Palm Motors and Garage,
i Palm Avenue, ll aleah, the rol-
lowina cur iil be suld at auction for
Storaite and Towina ChartTes 1951
I'lymouili Convertible, >: Tag No
AI It :.i>. state of Washington, I D.
I'- 11.-',.:. .. lied b> .la nil Colll i
s "I*" street, T........... Washington,
*P" Uea anioun Inn to .....n ... .,., ? ~ ,,.,,,,.,. ..
CALM MOTORS A.M. liARAHK ^ A .1 I.II I: HAMILTON,
in i ii '' ndnnt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON
YOL', WALTEH H ll \Mli. r, IN,
CIRCUIT COURT, :ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 10076
HELEN l.. HAMILTON.
P alntlff,
EVA WELL1SCH
KURT WELL18CH
Alii rin-y for Heinz and Eva Welllaeh
1" l-ll-li-L'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No 63C 9904 (John J. Kehoe)
At'ZANNE l.AM'l and CARLO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fictitious name of LANIM, her huaband,
STANLEY MKI.HA ASSOCIATES at Plalntlffa,
..m.I Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, vs.
florlda Intends t.. r. ui.-t.i -.n.i nami ROBERT R. BROWN and
"Itii tin- Clerk of the Circuit Court I MoNSBRRATE BROWN, his wife,
I Psdc Conniv, FI." Ida
|.i.NNKT-Mi;i.HA-ni:i.l.AClv
ASSi ,i IATKS. INC
Mil.ToN A 1-HII-HMAN
Attol n. y f,T Applicant
1111 Ain-l.y Bldg.
Miami, 1 loiida
1 1-H-lJi :-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Ni Tii 'K IH lli-.l;i.i;1 i;|\ i \ i|, ,,
Ii KI ed, .1. ; in.- to eligugi in
I I.-III. ~. Ml, I I 11,. Ii, ,||;,, |^ ,,.,,,I,. ,,|
'EH ll 'En AI PLI ,\.|: REPAIR i,, xli
... *si s.w n,i, ,..,,. Mi.,,,,,. ,.,a., ; '.\,i ,'hV:'.-,.
Ii ii,. L'nkni iw n
, notlfleil to serve a copy of your
to Divorce Complaint filed
-a 'i-i i '! on i 'lanuli: actoi ne) .
CEORCE NICHOLAS, "IJ N VV. ,-tli
rlglnal
r before
ZOA Plans
Several Events
At a mooting of the Presidents
Council of the Creator Miami His
tricts of the Zionist Organization
of America, presided over by
Council Chairman AJ Ossip on
Wednesday evening at the Shel-
borne Hotel, plans for the new
year were formulated.
Abraham Grunhut, of the Miami
Beach District, tourism chairman,
nnounced thai the annual cruise
nl the ZOA Districts will take
place this year Jan. 18 through 25
m the ss Jerusalem. The cruise
this year will include St. Thomas
and San .loan
Vnnual concert of the ZOA dis-
tricts, proceeds marked for local youth work ol
the organisation, will take place
at the Miami Beach Auditorium on
Sin (i iv evening, Doe. >'.* Ji sh
Rephun, pas) president of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District, was ap
pointed arrangements chairman.
UM Names New
Concertmaster
dm i l concert master "i the I ni
<'ri .'i.imi Symphony Orch
, tii. 196a tii season. The
ppb tment as announced hi re
; i .linen Sevitzky, director and
conductor of the orchestra, and
Joseph Tarpley, acting dean of
i M's School in Music.
DSOn, 4:i, a native of Enj
land, will also leach violin al in,
School of Music.
Dr. Sevitiky, who selected
Lapenson for the orchestra's top
position, said he is one of the
most outstanding violinists in
the United States today. "He has
a remarkable technique and fine
tone," Dr. Sevitiky added. "We
are most happy re have him) join
our orchestra family."
A former concertmaster of the
Berlin Symphony Orchestra and
the Royal Philharmonic of Lon
don. Lapenson has had a distin-
guished career as a conceit artist
throughout Europe. Canada and
'he United Stales. Ho has played
under such noted conductors as Sir
- Beecham, WMholm Port-
wotngler, Sir Maicom Sargent and
George Schick.
Lapenson made his debut in re-
jiUil at aye 14, and before his 20th
birthday was named concertmas-
ter of the Kiya Broadcasting Corp-
oration Symphony orchestra.
AtK^SS^!SS*- "" > I^THbA, Clerk
ki-ss,,:k.;iaks..... -"' ,!> ,:.:;',;; ;,.;:;,^AX"
'' '- for u:c Prndlng Co Inc ,, ,. .,-
l" i-i i-i-:':,
in the circuit court of the
lleventh judicial c rcuit of
florida. km and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 63C 9CW4
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SAX i\,;.- ILVNK
PhrinriTf
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JACK I .\l \ Vi: and VKI.ll \
I MA VIJS,
1 ntlunt
NOTICE OF SUIT
H I I.., I M.i nnd \ InlH I
S\ 111 i, I n.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 10538
THE Wll. 1.1 X.MSI.l II ;ll
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITU 'K is HKRKBY t ;i\ KN that
I hi iiini. ,-mi..I. oeHillnil In enitHRi ill
bUHini >- undi r he fictitioua 1111
SKLlH si ii .r. s-.u.iiA ni s.s i.uki.Iii
H.....I Mall. Miami iteaeh :. Ha In-
t. ids lu reKliu -..... nami with ihe
. 'I. rk ..l Un c;,,.,in Court ..i I.....
I '.lllll.v l-"|.,ii,la
i.i'.i:- ii >. i.\i' a i'i,, Ida Corp.
Sole '' n. r
I- All. k'WITNICY
Attorney for la e-Jo, Ine.
ISU l.ine..|n I! XMtillJ I a a, h : v I'la
ltl/1 S-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICK IS HHRLHV CIVKN thai
hi n.,i. i-:_m-d. rteMiina l,. ennnxi In
lu-in.s under the ili-iUlnim nan..- of
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N'OTICK IS HEREBY rtlVEN that
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Page 6-B t. if** Ht-t ffarirlfaF Friday, October 4, i 963 Beth El Women In Sikkoth Fete Annual Sukkoth party of Beth i El Sisterhood will be heW on. Sun1 ish life—religious ar. j non-relj. glou-, Zftmfst and r > Z lonisl labor and capital. T1 ]..\ has tnablcd the American Jenui community to transcend all irieological differences, r creating a common will for the iavinj h Jewish lives and the ttlemeift *M and rehabilitation of uprooted Jews in Israel and Ot l havens %  •[ freedom, including ir own country." Moses A. Leavitt, ,Z-~. executive vice chairman, reposing on the tasks of his organisation, said France has recently become the scene of a most press. ing Jewish refugee prob'm. "In the last two months •* said, "requests for relief b.. Jewish refugees from Alger a have doubled and will probis y quadruple by October. A. }f now, one in every six repatrited Algerian Jewish families ; s registered with Jewish wel^'e agencies, 3,000 families in *- Paris region alone." UJA fund> are not k->-'-,ing pace with the third successive year of a high rate of Immigration to Israel, and this is adversely affect* j ing the program for transporting, receiving, resettling an 1 absorb1 ing these immigrantthe young i leaders were told by Gottlieb I Hammer, executive vice enairmai ot the Jewish A.<" un.ch benefits from UJA fund Another factor complicating the tuation, i Hammer said, is the fact that in.migration costs todaj are much higher than those i wars ui Israel's Stal New and delicious! WIIHO KOSHIf '' .0-..W ILNO KOSHER N A OUSS Ot A CUP SLICED PASTRAMI TETIEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yts, cbere't Yom To* i,Irlt I. dui fine tea.. ."flavor crushed" •or fullest ttrentth tad stimu. MM... richer ram and plea*. %  re with your flcishi ( i and %  ilehigt tod beiwcrs aM j %  cfrethmeM... GUARANTIED NON-FATTENING! Certified Kother mdm ttnet Rabbinical S^erUtUm • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 1 •



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the (JJi oman s IVoM "Jewish Floridian Women Honored For CJA Assistance Micmi, Florida, Friday, October 4, 1963 Section B 'Pumpkin Full of Fashions' at Yacht Club \ Pumpkin Full of Fashions" has been scheduled to o !" >n the 1963 04 season for the Suburban League on Wednesday noon, Oct. ]i>. at King's Bay Yacht and Countrj Club, 14401 SW 62nd Ave. Featuring fashions by the Red Shutter of South Miami, and furs > Adrian Thai of Miracle Mile, the program will be under the dilection of Mrs. James Orvitz, 6400 SW 120th St. President Mrs. Charles Himmel has announced that all proceeds of ilu affair will go to Variety Children'.s Hospital to underwrite the rare of two cancer in-patients for une year. The club has set a goal ol S12.50O for 1963-64. and will be jaising funds only for Variety. Co-chairmen of the luncheon are rs. Kenneth Treister, 3660 Batersea Rd., and Mrs. Richard Litt, L'lJ.'iO SW 1st Ave., with Mrs. Alan Hertz. 12425 SW 93rd Ct., and Mrs. arold Taylor, 9020 SW 86th St., charge oi reservations. Arrangements Committee is headthe club. They are Mesdames Joe (I by Mrs. Malcolm Kushner, 8460 [ Fsformes, Philip Gussman. Stew W 185th Ter., and includes MesI art Mason. Barry Barson, Kenneth Planning a benefit fashion show and gourmet luncheon at King's Bay Yacht and Country Club on Oct. 16 to help Variety Children's Hospital are these young matrons of the Suburban League: Mesdames Harold Taylor, Richard E. Litt. Kenneth Treister, and Alan Hertz. The Seherezade Room of the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday was the scene of an award luncheon and •Thank You" to workers and con tributors to the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division campaign. Mrs. Inez Krensky. chairman of the CJA Women's Division, chaired the occasion. She was assisted by Mrs. Benedict Silvcrman. chairman of the Young Matrons Division. Mrs. Krensky called the event "a most important one, not because we are saying 'Thank You' for your good work, but because we are recognizing help given to men. women and children in our own community and in all parts of the world at the time it was most needed." Federation President Sidney l.ef court told the women that they had performed "in an outstanding maner because you recognized your duty personally to support the 57 agencies of Combined Jewish Appeal and Federation. I stress personal support." he said, •because you women here today have stood up to be counted as individuals, working and contributing toward a stronger Federation and a happier and health community. "Only through your plusgivit j' contributions, made without l gard to your husbands' contril • tion or a business contribution, have you shown your true unde: • standing of the role of the Wot en's Division as a vital force the welfare of our community. Arthur S. Rosichan. executu" director of the Greater Miami Je%  ish Federation, expressed his gra'itude to the women on behalf ol i Federation and joined in a tie Year wish "for continued grov ta of the division." I Mrs. Silvcrman presented specie! awards to members ol the Young Matrons Division who helped make the first year an "outstanding success." Recipients of the pap weights were Mrs. Jack Ablin, : Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Charles P, Feinberg. Mrs. Dorothy Krieg Fink. Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Mrs. Milton Green, Mrs. Florence Kupperman. Mrs. E. Albert Pallo". 1 Mrs. Alfred Reich. Mrs. Gerald Schwartz. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Mrs. Sol Silvcrman. Ann Tanenbaum. Mrs. Mandle Zaban and Mrs. Benedict Silvcrman. Sulie Harand presented a "0 woman" version of the musical hit. "Milk and Honey." mes Edward Feldman. 8975 SW 5th Ter., Ed Camner. 4381 SW 3th Ter.. and Sam Berkowitz. ol 1035 Paradela Ave.. Coral Gahles. Fashion commentator is Mrs. ay Mitchell. 685 OSW 132nd St., [id the script is by Mrs. Stanley [eider, 8600 SW 106th St. Pubfcity is under direction of Mesimes -Morris Levitt, 8505 SW [IT d St., and Norman Shane, 501 SW 92nd Ave. L'n models have been selected n the membership, after an Animation contest conducted by Rosenberg, Norton Pallot, Jack Davis, Leonard Parker, David Somincr. and Paula Greenberg. Decorations reflecting the iall harvest theme will be installed byMrs. Albert Morrison, assisted by Mrs. Jerome Landy, Mrs. Bill Cooper, and Mrs. Norman Shane. Among prizes to be awarded will be a white cashmere sweater with mink collar, it was announced by Favors Chairman Mrs. Arthur Berk. Her committee includes Mrs. Seymour Tyson and Mrs. Arthur Pepper. COSWMt MOT MTWMT Roaring Twenties Set at Westbrooke Informality will be the keynote pr the two Westbrooke Country hub affairs in October, the first In Saturday. Oct. 5. to be a "Roarf Twenties" party. For the costume get-together, i club's entrance will resemble -peak-easy door and the Grand .11 room will be given the decor lie '20's Members will be ri-ssed as flappers and dapper pan-. I'll Oct. 26. Westbrooke has scheduled a Harvest Moon festival dance on the Carousel Patio, where haystacks and bonfires will create a setting for barbecue supper, apple cider and dunking doughnuts. Teen-age Fall Frolic will be held in the Golden Key Room of the club on Friday evening, Oct. 4, and will include dancing to live music, parfaits and "coke-tails." Committee members in charge are Chuck Rubin, Candy Logue and Jay Sporaga. JSBP' I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Markowitz and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Markowitz get together for an evening of dancing at Westbrooke Country Club. They'll be looking different at the next big j Westbrooke affair — all "costumed up" for the club's Oct. 5 "Roaring Twenties" party.



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Fridcy. September 27. 1963 +J**i*HFk>rkiian Paqe 3-A mour Hinkes will chant all portions day, 8:45 a.m.. will be "Our Foreof the liturgy throughout the week\ falhers Harvested a People." Last oug observance. „ ... t • (lays of the holiday observance will •mple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase U sh ?. r,>d '" \ Vcdm sda v 0ct .. Will hold weekend services '• ; b P '" ""* "'V ,,,, od Thursday, Oct. 10. beginning at Discussing the first annual Contemporary Jewish Affairs Lectureship aie (left to right) Seymour Samet, Edward Cohen, A. Arthur Pekelner, James M. Albert, Robert P. Forman, Fieri K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, and chairman of the event, Sam Blank, sponsor of the lectureship, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink and Julian Berg. The first in the series, sponsored by Sam Blank, will be held Oct. 29 at the Fontcinebleau Hotel. Sukkoth Observance Here Continued from Preceding Page on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 8:30 a.m.. with Yizkor at 11 a.m. Rabbi Stern's subject will be "Harvest oi Life." Following 6 p.m. services, the children will march in the processl >nal, with favors furnished by Sisterhod. Simchas Torah is slated for Friday morning, Oct. 11. at 8:30 a.m., with the officers of the i'n^legation host lor refreshnun:served. Saturday morning services at the Israelite Center, 3175 SW 25th St, ill be held at 8:30 a.m. Feast of the Tabernacles will be observtc. throughout the following week, with Rabbi Paul Bender and Cantor Louis Cohen conducting the observance*. Hashona Rabbah is slated for Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 7:15 a.m.. with Shemini Atzereth evening services at 5:45 p.m. On Thursday morning. Oct. 10, service.-, begin at 8:30 a.m., with Yizkor memorial observance scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Evening Simchas loian procession will be held at o30 p.m., and closing services oi Friday, Oct. 11, at 8:30 a.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Avc, will hold weekend services Friday at 6 p.m., Saturday at 8:30 "a.m., Mincha at 6 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Backovsky's subject tor the morning sermon will be ''Jews and Israel." Rabbi Rackovsk} • ill conduct the Sukkoth holid; > observances starting with tii Atzereth on Thursday. Oct. 10. at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor sermon, preceding memorial services ;.t 11 a.m.. will be on "Nat'onal Jewish Holiday." Mincha and Maai services are slated for 6:10 p.m.. with Simchas Torah on Friday. Oct. 11, at 8:30 a.m. Dr. Irving Lehrman will conduct evening services on Friday at 6 p.m.. in the main sanctuary of Temple Emanu-EI, 1701 Washing Inn Ave. On Saturday morning, during services slated to beg'n at 9 a.m.. the Bar Mitzvah of Evan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kraus. .\ill be celebrated. Mincha at 6 p.m. will be followed by Maariv. Dr. Lehrman will preach at Sukkoth observances on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 10 and 11. assisted by Cantor Hirsh Adler. who will chant the musical portions of the holiday service.-. Yizkor memorial prayers will be ottered on the first day during 9 a.m. services, and Simchas Torah with Hakofos will be included in the evening service at 7 p.m. Observance on the concluding day will begin at 9 a.m. Junior Congregation will hold services on both days at 10:30 a.m. in the school assembly. Congregation Beth El, 50C SW 17th Ave., will hold Friday eve| ning services at 5:45 p.m., with ; Saturday schedule at 8:30 a.m. and will officiate during the weekend I and at the Wednesday evening. | Oct. 9, service at 5:45 p.m.. usherI ing in the final days of the Sukkoth festival. Morning service on Thursday. Oct. 10. beginning at 8:30 a.m.. will include Yizkor at 10 a.m.. with Rabbi Schiff preaching on "The Past Should Inspire the Future. Following the evening 5:45 p.m. service, the children will be treated to a Simchas Torah party and march in the Te A\e b e g innin g on Friday. 8:15 p.m.. and continuing on Saturday morn ing at 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will conduct the services ;:nd officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Louis Zarch and Earle Robinson, with Cantor David Conviser chanting the liturgical portions of all observances. Final holiday celebration will be ushered in on Wednesday. Oct. 9, with a family Hakofos at 7:15 p.m. Simchas Torah and Shemini Atzereth are scheduled for Thursday morning, Oct. 10. at 10:45 a.m., | during which the children from kindergarten to third grade will be consecrated. Yizkor memorial services will be conducted by Rabbi Kronish. 8:45 a.m. Yizkor sermon by Rab bi Brooks will he "Our Children Remember the Deeds of Their Fathers," with memorial services at 10 a.m. Evening observance will resume at 6 p.m.. with the Simchas Torah procession at 7 p.m. Friday morning, Oct. 11. cycle will bi*. completed at 8:45 a.m. "What are the Sukkah and the Lulav?" will be the subject of Rabbi Hcrshel Brooks' sermon on Friday evening. 8:15 p.m., at Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora Ave. Cantor Ben Dickson will chant the musical portion of the weekend services and the concluding Sukkoth cycle observed during the following week. An Oneg Shabbat in Torah procession. Sukkoth con-! the Sukkah will complete the eve eludes on Friday morning, Oct. 11, at 8:30 a.m. Temnle Zion, 5720 SW 17th St.. w'll hold weekend services on Friday at 6 p.m.. and Saturday at 9 | a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Ronald, son i of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Friedman, will be observed during the morning services, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating, on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Hashona Rabbah will be observed at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.. with Shemini Atzereth and Yizkor services slated for Thursday, Oct. 10. during 9 a.m. schedule. Special service for the eighth dav of the festival will be held at 7 p.m., with Hakofos. Rabbi Waxmans Sim chas Torah sermon on Friday, Oct. 11. at 9 a.m., will be "The Rer.ing services. Subject on SaturBeth Torah Congregation, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd.. will hold Friday evening Mincha services at 6 p.m., followed by Maariv. During Saturday morning services, 8:45 a.m.. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, assisted by Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Steven and Joel, sons I Of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Levine. Hashona Rabbah observance will be held on Wednesday. Oct. 9, at 6:30 p.m. On Thursday. Oct. 10, Shemini Atzereth services will begin with Shachris at 8:45 a.m. Rabbi Lipschitz will deliver a Yizkor sermon followed by memorial service at 10 a.m. All children arc. invited to attend the Simchas Tor* ah celebration at 6 p.m. Friday morning schedule is slated for 8:4!> a.m.. with the Torah read at 9:4! and Musaf at 11:15 a.m. 5:45 p.m. Rabbi So.omon Schiff I joicing of the Law." Cantor Scy60 Senators Offer Resolution Condemning Soviet Anti-Semitism Continued from Page I -A stitutional guarantees of freedom ot religion with specific action." They affirmed their deep belief in freedom of religion for all people and their opposition to infringement of this freedom anywhere in the world. 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Page 14-B vjenisti ncrSdfar Friday. October 4, 1963 Ushers Serve At Beth Am Chairman of the High Holy Day services at Temple Beth Am wa Joseph Master.;, ilh the following serving as usners,' ac6ord'ng to Max Raskiu, Brotherhood president; Dr. Joseph mdur. Jerome' Aiv.apol. Morris Ark'n, Robert Ben dor, Meyer Brilliant. Max Brown, Ben Clein, George Cook..Dr. Daniel Franco. Donald Frank,. Philip I P^jiitatqne, Stanley Gilbert. Slan; ley Goldstein, Norman .Green. Ax thur Jacovyiti, Henry Kaufiraan, 1 Walter. Kaye. Alan Kessler. Irving Lax, Dr. Seymour.Leopold',. Dr. Ir ; win .Lesser, George Malin, Robert I Newman. Ph lip Pals. Philip Be vifl, William Sanes, Maccy Schafler, Morton. Selioen. Sol Schwartz. Fred Shields. Marvin Stein, Sam ue| Steeti. Maurice Steinbm.e.er. KUis Tarschas, and Barton Udell. .-. scholar at the Yeshiva Porath Yosef examines one of the 1 500 religious books discovered in a condemned building in Jerusalem. The book is hali-eaten away by mold and dampness. On the shelf are other books in a bette." state of presei-. tion. The Yeshiva, which is supported by the Joint Dislri!ion Committee with United Jewish Appeal funds, is restoring the library with the aid of JDC. FledermaUS Due Deborah Hospital Meeting Here on Nov. 3 reater Miami's 1963-64 opera son literally gels off to a flying t on Sunday. Nov. 3. with a matinee presentation of Johann Strauss' lilting operetta. "Die Fieri maus" al Dade County Auditorium. ist of two Family Operas' to i staged this year by the Opera Guild. Fleiermau.s" will be followed by "The Bartered Bride" of Srr.etana an Sunday. Apr. 26. 1964. Both operas will be sung in Knu lish by Ford Foundation Fellowship winners from New York City Center, supported by local artists and the Guild opera chorus. Dr. Paul Csonka will conduct. New York stars imported for the Strauss vehicle are Dolores Hari (Rosalinda), Mauro Lampi (Eisenstein). Luisa DeSett (Adele), Benjamin Rayspn (Dr. Falck), Miami artists appearing in supporting roles are Edmund Cava (Alfred). Gregory H. O! Berry (Dr. Blind). Waldon German (Froscl)), Meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter of Deborah Hospital will be held on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m., at the Barcelona Hotel. Brunch will precede the meeting. Mrs. Morris Weinberger, president, will outline and discuss projects lor the ensuing year. Massachusetts Club Meeting Massachusetts Club of Greater Miami has scheduled its monthly meeting for Wednesday. 8 p.m., in the Terrace Room of the Sea Isle Hotel. Organized a year a^o. the club now has a membership of 200, and all former residents of Massachu setts are invited to join. Secretary of the group is Dorothy Cohen, and Hy Berkwan is treasurer. Both are in charge of information. President is Leonard Rivkind. Flora Lerman (Prince. Orlofsky), Clarissa. Den'ton (Sally). Book Month Plans Being Made Locally Jewish Book Month has been nationally proclaimed for the month beginning Nov. 9. .Jewish Book Month is sponsored nationally by the Jewish Book Council ol America and locally by the Bureau ol Jewish Education. The Bureau has issued a call to jail local organizations to program I for Jewish Book Month, and is offering ass stance in providing book reviewers, in publishing lists of recent Jewish books, and in initiaI ting public meetings in the Jewish community. Al Sherman is chairman of the Bureau's Book Committee. Other members include lielvyn Frumkes, CO-chairman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Rabbi Morris Horovitz. Saul Rabin, Joseph Abeiow, M. A. Baskin. Herbert Bloom. Joshua Stadia n. Rabbi Samuel April. Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mrs. Dorothy Kriegcr Fink, and Dr. Milton l.ubarr. Bridge Program Gets Franchise Franchise for the newly-inaug-, urated duplicate bridge games program at Temple Judea has been received, entitling the winners to points. Sessions are scheduled for Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., in the .Theatre Room, of the Temple. i Fay Heda, a master point player, is,director. S Listening to pians outuned tor United Nations Day on Oct. 2 and United Nations Week Oct. 20 to 26 are (from left) Metio Commissioner Charles Hall. Dr. H. Franklm Williams, of the University of Miami and Metio Commissions Ha.old Spaet. Hall and Spaet orco-cnaixmen of the program, while Dr. Williams is president of the Greater Miami Cnapter ot the American Association for the Ur.ited Nations. ^*i j Resp.en^eiu ui u new ,-oat of gleaming white paint and her name in bold block letters on her bows, the new Israeli luxury liner Shalom is now in the final stages of fitting out prior to her maiden voyage in the spring of 1964. The 23.000 gross ton. fully air-conditioned S20 million liner being built for the Zim Israel Navagiation Co., Ltd., at St. Nazaire, France, is designed for both trans-Atlantic service between New York and Israel and winter cruising. When completed, the Shalom will accommodate 1,100 passengers in First and Tourist classes. • I III VI HI NEWS • FUN BROADCAST 10 P.M. WEDR-FM SATURDAYS YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND THE RECORDING OF THEATER PARTY EACH TUESDAY AT NOON AT LEONARD'S LA PENA RESTAURANT 7400 BIRD ROAD BE THERE! WEDR-FM 99.7 MEG. ON FM DIAL • GUESTS TALK STARRING REUBEN GUBERMAN • Writer • Actor • Personality



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Friday, October 4, 1963 Temple Menorah Set to Honor Revitz At Isree! Dinner of Tribute Here Oct. 26 *Jmisil FkriaHtr TRISUTE TO AUSIN % PAGE 13.4 irice it-;/, noted business 81 .vie loader, and president of ,< %  Menorah, has been singled 01 • .r spec'al honors to be accord (I h'm at a Temple McnorahI Dinner of IVbute on Saturda; 'ening. Oct. 26. at the AmerII Hotel. itz. who has distinguished him It in dedicated efforts for his Tei !e. many community causes he State of Israel, will be 1 ed for his "service to the Land of Israel, the People of Israi I and the Faith of Israel." J abbi Mayer Abramowiti, sp iitual leader of Temple MenCL-., is honorary dinner chairnui, and heads a committee of ^7e~ip!e and community leaders s?-.ing on the committee. Dinnechairman is Joseph Mansbach; Leuis Reinstein, co-chairman; Sol Frankel, chairman of the Committee of Hosts; and Mrs. Els=e Peisky, chairman. Women's Division. Serving as vice chairmen are Irving Billig, Jack Burstein, Louis DeCoveny, Joseph Denmark. Mai Englander, Bernard Frank, Sam Fuchs, Samuel Graubart, Jack Korenbht, Jerry Lelchuk. Sam Malow, Julius Resnick, Sam Schiffman, Al Sherman, Leonard Solomon and Charles Soninier. A successful business executive, Revitz has been prominently identified with numerous community causes. For the past two years, he has served as chairman of the Executive Committee for the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. A native of Chicago, Revitz is a veteran of World War II, and served as director of rehabilitation at the Nichols General Hospital in Louisville, Ky. Prior to coming to Miami, he Page 3-A 1.1 him. By his devotion and dedi he spiritual bond which we of cnted service to his Temple anc remple Menoran and Greater Mith< State of Israel, be symbolize! :"i have maintained with Israel." 2S Year* UptrkneaHome Owned Home Operate/ MAURICE REVITZ achieved a noteworthy record a. a community leader in Chicago, and since taking up residence in Miami with his family, he has gained recognition as one of the dynamic civic leaders of the com m unity, Rabbi Abramowitz said that "Maurice Revitz has truly earned the tribute which will be accorded TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, positive per control with regular service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK 1 ALL F R 7-1411 Grearer Miami's Largest Exterminator RONALD fINE REGION APPOINTMENT Fine Will Sit On NCCJ Board Of Governors ie appointment of Ronald I.. Firn to membership on the Regii nal Board of Governors of the \. nal Conference of Christians lews was announced this week thi gh the regional office in Mian IJ addition to his duties as real (te director for Food Fair Sf • Southern Division, Fine is] chairman ol the Metropolitan I County 1 rban Renewal Agen% Cy, member of the Hoard of Directors and Trustee ol Temple ESn anu-El, and a member ol the iv ncatlon Committee of the Flor ida si.ite Chamber ol Commerce Other Miamians who are new a] | mi res to the Regional Board ol Governors include J. Vincent CNeill, president Of Boulevard National Bank. ('. Clyde Atkins, William C. Gaither, both at torneys. pyey '^MB wvsv snn BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 6 TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Vischi Real Kntato in All its Itranehvs 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 THE PLACE FOR YOUR SAVINGS... the reasons? %  Sound, Conservative Management %  Resources Exceeding 200 Million Dollars %  Reserves Over 15 Million Dollars %  One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest %  Serving Dade County Over a Quarter of a Century %  Six Convenient Offices H Current Dividend Rate on Savings 4 | / or Per Annum /8 /0 Paid Quarterly Savings Accounts Insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, a Permanent Agency of the Federal*Government. O Open or add to your savings account on or before October 21st and earn from the 1st. %  Once-a-week evening hours: Main Office open Mondays and Branch Offices open Fridays'til 8 p.m. "One of ihe Notion's Oldest and lorgesl* $ade Federal i/AViNGi orf LOAN ASSOCIATION al MIAMI %  I0SIPHM llr'O*. Pitudtnl 6 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY MAIN OFFICE Allapattah Branch North Miami Branch Tamiami Branch Edison Center Branch Kendall Branch 101 1. Flagler St. 1400 N.W. 36th St. 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. 1901 S.W. 8th St. 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St.



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"Jewish Floridian > Volume 36 — Number 40 UNEF's Gaza Role Stressed By U Thant UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—Secctary General U Thant told the ieneral Assembly here this week, 4Afc n presenting the 1964 budget tor "•hiI'N Emergency Force, that 'UNEF continues effectively to serve as the stabilizing influence n maintaining peace in the GazaSinai area of operations." Mr, Thant presented a budget 'ailing for UNEF maintenance expenditures for 1964 totaling $18,134,300, which is $5,700 less than tin 1963 budget. In spite of reports that Mr. Thant is considering tinpossibility of reducing the strength of UNEF, there is no such indication in his proposed budget, lie reported that UNEF's strength consists of 5.149 men. The financing of UNEF is one -I the items ol contention in the mineral problem of United Nations ancing, since the Soviet Union ini a number of other members Eve refused consistently to pay inspecial UNEF assessments. I In' force," Mr. Thant informed he Assembly, "has continued its • -ace keeping so effectively that I i re have been no serious i m.s during the past year." Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, October 4, 1963 Two Sections — Price 2C Senators List Resolution Hitting Soviet Prejudice SIN. WBK0FF cites grievances WASHINGTON- about It) miles northwest of Newark. The suit asked the court tu permit the Hassidic sect to file the required municipal performance bond and to enjoin the township "from Interfering with the orderly development and construction of the project." The suit accused the Township Committee of being "motivated by considerations regarding the nature and ancestral characteristics of the persons who were to inhabit the residences" and not by considerations of zoning or plannir.i. George E. Dakis, Mayor of Mount Olive, and one of the three members of the committee, called the suit a surnrise and the charges "false, the furthest thing from the truth." Most of the members of the sect Continued on Pa.ge 16-A little Things/ Red Envoy Says of Bias Restrictions addressed by Leon Dultzin. chairman of the Jewish Agency's eco nomic department in Jerusalem. Joseph Daleski. vice chairman of the South African Zionist Federation, stated that "every Jew in UPWARD TIDE IN HATE PUBLICATIONS Anti-Semitism Rises in Argentina BUENOS AIRES—(JTA)—Overt groups as the Tacuara and the Nauti.Semitic attacks on Jews and, t ioal Restoration Guard, which Jim ini' IEW" ha u C : st 7 s [ bl y i ere involved in many months of "inunished' during the first half .„ "1 1963 but there has been an in-. anti-Semitic incidents in major it case in publications instigating Wti-Jewish hatred in Argentina, an expert reported this week. Dr. Mario Schteingart, president l the Argentine-Jewish Institute •w Culture and Information, cited ne official ban on such extremist Argentine cities.. Dr. Schteingart listed a variety of such publications. He mentioned large circulation publications, citing particularly the new "Arab Nation," an attractive magazine published by the local office of the Arab League. He said the three issues published to date were full of the standard anti-Semitic charges against Jews, including alleged usury, double loyalty, and treachery in addition to the usual Arab derogations of Israel. He said the periodical was available on all newspaper stands. AnContinued on Page 12-A NEW YORK -(JTA)— Anti-Jew ish activities by Soviet officials were described as "little things' ] by the First Secretary of the So viet Embassy in Washington dur ing a meeting with Rep. Leonard i Farbstein. New York Democrat, the Congressman disclosed here this week. Rep. Farbstein reported the meeting with Anatoly G. Mishkov in an address to 200 leadc rs of the Farband Labor Zionist Order, in which he charged that j "from all available evidence, it ;eems clear that the Soviet rulers are determined to wipe out Juda: ism as a religion." The Congressman said that the Soviet diplomat came to see him in the interest of establishing better relations with the United States. The Congressman told the Soviet diplomats that such better re'ations were impeded as long as Americans continued to hear reports of Soviet He of discrimination against Jews, cited the many instances synagogue closings, the arrests and trial of Jews on charges of black marketeering in matzohs and the spotlighting of Jewish defendants in economic crimes trials. Rep. Farbstein said the Soviet liplomat then asked him if he would allow "these little things" lo stand in the way of good relations and that he replied that 'when you have many little things' of this nature, they turn mto 'big obstacles'." Louis Segal, general secretary of Farband, and a member of the executive of the Jewish Agency ior Israel, who also addressed the conference, called attention to the .act that only last week Jews in Soviet Russia were forbidden to hold prayer meetings in private lo.nes on Rosh Hashona, even hough in many places no syna. Ogue facilities were available. __^_^_



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. Friday. October 4, 1963 *Jewishfhrkttan Page 5-A Sukkoth Observance at Services in Greater Miami Pitt Sabbath services this weekend will be held in Houses of Worship here beginning Friday evening. Beth Israel Congregation, 711 40th St., will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m.. with Rabbi H. i.oms Rottman officiating. SaturFinal days of Sukkoth will begin with Shemini Atzereth services next Wednesday evening. Oct. 9. Hoshana Rabbah, meaning the Great Salvation, launches the two-day observance on Thursday. Oct. 10 with Yizkor memorial prayers scheduled during the morning service Thursday night, Hakofos processionals will signal the opening of Simchas Torah, marking the conclusion of tht Five Books of Moses, and the resumption of their reading with Benesis. Simchas Torah continues with Hakofos on Friday. Oct. 11, bringing to an end the High Holv Day season. Some Reform and Liberal Con— — gregation will observe the closing services of Bath David CcngregaOf Sukkoth on Thursday only. Reg-1 tion, 2625 SW 3rd Ave.. this weekend at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Barry Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abbott, will become Bar Mit7.vah. Final days of Sukkoth will be obj served beginning next Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 5:45 p.m. Shemini Atz: ereth services will be held Thursday morning services are at 9 a.m. day. Oct. 10, at 9 a.m., with Yiz-1 Final days of Sukkoth will be launkor following at 11 a.m.. and the public welcome. Simchas Torah starts in the evening at 6 p.m., with Hakofos for adults and childien, and continues Friday at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will preach i both days. Cantor William Lipson I renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Friday evening, Oct. 11, at 8:15 p.m. Regular Friday evening services will be held at Congregation Etz Chaim, 1544 Washington Ave., this weekend at 5:45 p.m., with Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld officiating. Saturday morning services will be at 8:30 a.m. On Wednesday. Oct. 9, the congregation will usher in the final days of Sukkoth, with Hoshana Rabbah services at 5:45 p.m. Thursday services, Oct. 10, are at 8:30 a.m., with Yizkor memorial at 10:30. Simchas Torah will start in the evening at 5:45 r.m., and continue Friday, 8:30 a.m., with Hakofos. a a Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.. will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi David Lehrfield officiating and preaching on "Would We Have Broken the Commandments?" Final days of Sukkoth will be launched next Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday services begin at 8:30 a.m., with Yizkor memorial at 10 a.m. Sermon is "Final Remembering." Hakofos will launch the Simchas Torah observance at 6 p.m. Friday services in honor of Simchas Torah are at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Abraham Scif renders the musical portions of the liturgy, a a Rabbi Jonah Caplan will ofliciate at Friday evening sen ices i I Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1025 NR Continued on Page 8-A Feast of Booths Emphasizes Jcy of Living ehed at Hoshana Rabbah next Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 7:30 a.m. Evening services are at 5:45 p.m. Sermon will be "Farewell Holiday." Shemini Atzereth is on Thursday. Oct. 10. at 9 a.m.. with Yizkor memorial following. Sermon will be "A Holiday of Love—Shemini Atzereth." Simchas Torah will be celebrated Friday at 8:30 a.m. • Rabbi David Rosenfeld will offiuate at services this weekend at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 NW 51st PI., begining Friday at 6 p.m. Sermon will be "Protection." Saturday services arc at 9 a.m.. with the sermon scheduled as "Humility." Final days of Sukkoth will be launched next Thursday at Simchas Torah services at 6:30 p.m. Consecration of first traders will take place. Final observance of Sukkoth will be Fri-1 • day, Oct. 11, at 8 a.m. Rabbi I Rosenfeld will preach on "Count ing Our Blessings." Cantor George H. Goldberg renders the musical portions of the liturgy. a • a Temple Ner Tamid, 7902 Carlyle \ve., will hold regular Saturday •norningg services this weekend at 3:45 a.m. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz %  i ll lead the congregation in the opening prayers for the final days 'i Sukkoth next Wednesday. Oct. 9, at 6 p.m. Shemini Atzereth serncs on Thursday, Oct. io.arc at 3:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be :it 10:30 a.m. Simchas Torah will be celebrated Thursday night at 7 p.m.. wiih Hakofos scheduled. Hebrew Academy, 2400 Pine Tree Dr.. will hold Friday evening ser vices at 5:45 p m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Alexander Gross officiating. Sukkoth will be launched nexl Wednesday, Oct. 9. at 5:45 p.m. Shemini Atzereth services are on Thursday at 9 am Celebration of Simchas Torah will be opened at 545 p.m.. continuing Friday. Oct. 11, at 9 a.m. • • • High Holy Day Choir of Temole Beth Shirah, 7500 SW 120th St.. will be honored at services Friday. 8.15 p.m., in the Sukkah. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will officiate and preach on "Strong Faith in a Frail Hut." Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday services are at 10 a.m., followed by kiddush in the Sukkah, with Mrs. Abraham Fleeman, Mrs. Mollie Schrichman and Mrs. Norman Jacobs as hostesses. Final days of Sukkoth will be launched next Thursday, Oct. 10, at 10 a.m.. with Yizkor me mortal following at 11:30 a.m. Sim (has Torah will open at 7:30 p.m.. concluding with kiddush in the Sukkah. • Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate at regular Friday evening CANDUUGHTING TIME 16 Tishri — 5:47 pjn. S At Temple Sinai of North Dade, 1480 NE 123rd St.. Rabbi Daniel! M. Lowy will officiate at regular Friday services this weekend at 8:15 p.m. His sermon is "So Shall I We Reap." Cantor Chet Ga'e and the choir, accompanied by Hy Fried, organist, will render the musical portion ol the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 10:15 a.m. Final days of Sukkoth i will be observed next Thursday,' Oct. 10, at 10 a.m., with Yizkor memorial. Simchas Torah will be By RABBI JONAH CAPLAN Temple Adath Yeshurun The Festival of Sukkoth comes but a few days alter Yom Kippur, to draw a sharp contrast between the two. The purpose of Yom Kippur, as stated in the Bible, is to afflict the body, thereby removing the chain that shackles the soul to it. Sukkoth. one of the three harvest festivals of the year, is a holiday which emphasizes the joy of living and has as its purpose "And ye shall only rejo.ee. This contrast draws tne IAMO" that Jewish living is to be found in the synthesis of the two. Judaism rejects the philosophy of asceticism, the practice of selfdenial. Equally foreign to the teachings of our Torah is the epicurean philosophy which preaches eating and drinking as an end in itself. Yom Kippur comes to demonRABBI JONAH CAPLAN body ana* soul strate to man h's ability to fre his soul from the bondage of the body, to elevate him to a position a little lower than the Angels. Sukkoth, on the other hand, says that the body, too, may make, its rightful claims, and that what God created He meant 'or the body to enjoy. This is why Jewish law regards eating before the fast as much a mitzvah as the fasting itself. The person who takes a vow not to drink wine is called a sinner. He has no right to deny himself the things God created for his enjoyment. The danger, however, lies in making the pleasures of life the end and purpose of life itself. It is here that Yom Kippur and Sukkoth come into partnership with each other to bring unity between the body and the soul. 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Page 2-A *Awfe§ fhricffan Friday, October 4, 9 %  U i m So. Africa Jews Hail Premier's Statement Continued from Page 1-A ty to South Africa has boon demon-; stratod in peace and in war." Clarifying the Zionist position further, Mr. Daleski added: "This docs not exclude our ties with the Jewish peoples' national restoration in the land of their fathers. Zionism is part of the Jewish hopes, dreams and laith." Prime Minister Vcrwoerd had declared in his address that "Israel's decision not to replace her .Minister in South Alrica was not (inly a rebuff to South Africa but also a slap in the face of South African Jewry, which has done so Shown with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz is Mitchell Reiner, who led the procession of colors at special services on Yom Kippur day in Temple Ner Tamid. The special service was a memorial to the young men and women who gave their lives as members of the U.S. Armed Forces, and was held in conjunction with Yizkor on Saturday nocn. 2,586 Jews Now In Castro Cuba Continued from Page 1-A Jews in the country who were not enumerated. A breakdown by aces of the statistics for Havana shows that 212 of the Jews here are children between the ages of 1 and 7: 203 are in the age bracket 7 to 25. 1.062 are aged 25 to 60; and 496 are aged 60 or over. According to the American Jewish Year Book, the pre-Castro Jewish population of Cuba numbered "somewhat over S.000." Students Observe Sukkoth Fete Students of the Beth Torah Religious School are observing the Festival of Sukkoth with services his week in the Youth Room of ihe school building under the direction of Abraham J. Gittelson. education director. In addition, members of the Sunday School are conducting their own services in the Alcf Congregation under the leadership of Miss Bea Levin. Services are highlighted by the traditional waving of the lulav and esrog. the fruits that symbolize the unity ot Jewry throughout the world. Conducting services for the Student Congregation are Richard Kagan and Mark Haddad as rabbis, and Sandy Langncr as cantor. Students of the school have completed their model Sukkah. the hut or booth in which the Jews who left Egypt in the days of the Bible lived during their wanderings in the desert. Prizes will be awarded on the eve of Simchas Torah by the PTA of the Religious School. much to help Israel and was principally served by Israel's Minister here. They did not deserve this blow." Continuing, the Premier recalled that, "when Israel was born, and other rations stood aside, South Allies was amonj the first to recognize and to help the new state. Now Israel is turning against South Africa, to curry the favor of the African states." "Israel." he said, "condemns South African apartheid, but herself exists on a form of apartheid which affirms the Jewish State's separateness and the right to exclude Arab refugees. If the Israel Government should be in difficulties through choosing the wrong friends. South Africa would not easily help her again. If the present Israel opposition came to power, it would be a different matter. But the present Israel Government could not expect help after the way it has treated South Africa." The South African Prime Minister said: "The present Government of Israel need not seek help from South Africa, when their day of need arises." Linking Israel's move to the I'nited Nations votes -which Israel had favorerl-sharr* lv criticizing South Alrica for it; apartheid policy, the Premier add ed 1 can do nothing but donre cate this action. 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Friday. October 4. 1963 f. <•.•*•#> fhrtHtaun Page 3-B by 1 1 > n A 4 J ft • %  %  %  1 ISABEL GROVE i Long : %  mincnt in Miami Beach social and financial cirCles, Mr. and Airs. Arthur H. Courshon v. ere White House dinner guesta last week of President and .Mis. John F. Kennedy The occasion was in honor of His Imper al Majesty, the Emperor ol Ethiopia Courshon, chairman ol '.he board of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association has svned (lie U.S. Stale Department on several economic and housing missions to Latin America. <: Sentimental yearly gathering on the natal day ol Mrs. Rebecca Lev\ by Jar.daughters and granddaughter's celebrated the 83rd birthcla**f the Miami Beach grand dame recently The unique gamp calis itself "The Woman or Rebecca" in honor of the matriarch Fifty-two strong at the luncheon in Lou Rubin's Chandler Restaurant, the clan accounted for nine daughters. 18 granddaughters and three daugl 'ers-in-law Male side of the family circle reoresented by Mrs. Levy's three sons, seven sons-in-law, and 12 grandsons. A large group of congenial relatives is also the happy lot of Evelyn and Hen Clein, 47o SVV l lath St. Intioducing son Michael's fiancee, Carol Hausman, daughter of Adeline and Sid Hausman, to their respective brothers and sisters recently, the guest list read: her side. Lynn and Paul Marks. Irene a,id Stanley Marks Anne and Sain Marks. Louise and Gene Maries. Shirley and Herman Mark.-. Myrtle and Isadore Marks His side. Jennie Mae and Berry Clein, Miriam and Hilliard Clein. Hannah and Reuben Clein. and Lena Goldstein Plus Mr. and Mrs. Have Goldberg and Mrs. Sadie clem, grandparents, and 2


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Page 8-A *Jenistfkrkiiar Friday. September 27, 1963 Sukkoth Observance Continues Here Continued from Page 5-A 183rd S: at 6 a m Saturday sen MM arv >( 8^45 a.m. FIMI d*> >; Sukkoth will be observed aa Wedaeadey. Oct 9. at 5 so r m naradaj lenitaa, Saeauari Atze.it 8:45 a %  Yizkor I at at 1030 a.m.. with the aersea scheduled as "Aa Emotional Esawrk sec S KM • Pan l will b* laaaeaed iz 5 so n %  Raa > bVfcren i avttc d. b scheduled for £30 BUB. Service] continue Fn>. v at 8:45 am Cantor Maurice Neu renders the musical portions o UM • • \t Tifereeh Israel Congregation. BBB \ to c len teai K I J at S:30 P %  with a part> (or eaJlaaea scheduled ic S I Rabbi Henry B Wo: ea. v. I officiate and preach on • Fear at a Bad Ere-. sheMaBretn aen .-.• riObe aexl % % %  i ti I 10 p %  ServKTS Sak> keth eaattane 1 v -. S %  f %  ices arc .-. I v —. > %  : c. a .a m -— set re* wQI be T*^pi Or otom, ma SW -MS a %  Rabbi •erri of • :: %  S %  air tea vrfll be s: S p.i 7 %  >. — Det V : •:: r ffll laws Vai-. • are a., far >:.....:.: .,: ~ 45 Hi£0: %  ?a r. recc I the %  rTwpi -ie. o* Gre**e' Miami UJ Si .•":'I ran aaaaataaJ %  :hs s • cos Wednesday. Oct. 9. at 7 so PJB with newly-enrolled kinderclasses of the Religious roust orated Rabbi Joseph R Narot will preach, and a recast -. edvted to follow. ..irsday. Oct. 10. services for kkotn w.!l bo at 11 i.:: Yizkor memorial included. Rabbi Grail aHI deliver Ibc aaraaaa CaabH Jacob Born stein will reader the musical portions of the liturgy at all services Oade Heights Jewish Congregation. MH NW iS3rd & will hold Friday eveabaj larvvea at 8:15 p.m_ with Rabbi Harold Richter officiating and Cantor Jack Lerner rtag the musical portions of the liturgy Senr.on wiU be 'The o of Peace." Saturday services are at 8:30 am. with the sermon based on the Weekly Tor tioa.' Skeaakd Maereta services ea Wednesday. Oct 9 5 45 pm.. w Jl lauac'r :' Sukkoth Senr.or. 7~. ->jay. 830 a m ..Abate IM Me Aaotaar Day vtt be at 10 am Simchas dren and be a: 7 p rr. Friday KTvicai honor: Stecaai Torah %  riB begia a: 8 30 a.m s • Rabbi Mordecai Podet wiU offiad Caatar Gordon Richards chant tbe aiaat al portions of the it Temple Judea, 320 Palon Friday a*. 8 15 p.m. Dis%  D Sabbata will feature the H*Uk Cod Looks Do: :.-. first al three BM Mtarea p-fcik^soph) and devek; :: Rt: -~ K.-...: day of Safcsel ?e observed aazl Thursday 10 30 a m_ with Snemini :h services, followed bj V.: • Temple rrfereth Jacob. 951 Fla%  Bah. %  hold Sa:_rii> —.r .-. --. r. .o*s at £ -..r. Raboi H;. c;z Crooa I -".--. r.r.al days of Sukkoth will :ncbed next Wednesday Oct r ;: f 7 r S.-i%  Atxereta serThursday. Od 10. will be at y aja. followeo r> Ttadaar memortai at 10 is Bve.-jr.s >< launchici the S Tonh cele^.COSFIRVATICSS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES :£"i : .*i:" r ; ".' ; = >:-•£: .:::*-:5. : i:> ." RA33I TiBCS H. STERN ODEAUVILLE i TT3 PHONK: UN S-1511 bration. is at 8 15 p.m.. followed by services Friday at 9 a.m. • e At Young Israel of Greater Miami, 990 NE 171?t St.. Rabbi Sherwin Staubcr will officiate at Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturdaj services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Stauber will discuss %  Sabbath in the Wilderne.-s. Final dayt of Sukkoth will be launched next Thursday, with Shemini Atzercth services at 9 a.m. Yizkor me mortal follows at 10:30. Beginning of Simchas Torah is scheduled for Thursday at 6 p.m.. with a Torah procession. Services continue Fridav at 9 a.m. • < • Regular Friday evening services this weekend will be held at Beth Raphael Congregation, 138 NW 3rd Ave at 5:45 p.m. Saturday services are at 9 a.m Shemini Atzereth will be launched Wednesday evening. Oct. 9. at 5:30 p.m Final days of Sukkotn are Thursday, at 9 a.m.. with Yizkor following at 1030. Rabbi Murray Alstet will officiate and preach on "Life's Re PecthMM on the Fall Season." Simchas Torah begins Thursday at 5 30 p.m.. and follows Friday at 9. • • • At Southwest Jewish Center. t-438 SW 8th St. Friday evening services will be held at 8:30 p.m.. %  W Rabbi Zevi Greenwald oifiBf and preaching on "TT.o Meaning of the Sukkah Saturday es. Choi Hamoed. are at 83u a m Robert Greenstein will beFar Mitzvaa F:r.al days of Sukkoth will be launched aexl sday at 5 30 pm Sbi Ataereta aai k e a are Thursda>. '>t 10 at 8 30 a.m.. vita Yiifc a memorial laBowiaf Simchas Torah will be launched at 6 p m with additiocal services and Hako fos continuinj Friday, 8 30 a rr Beth Kodesh Congregation. 1101 51 Wk St.. will hold early Friday evaaaaf. services at 6 pm.. with Ribbi Max Shapiro officiating and Cantor Fred Bercsteir. chanting the liturgical portKHis of the week end services and concluding Sukkotb observances during the week to follow. Sermon topic on Saturday. 8 45 aJBU will be "Permanent Peace. Final days of the idea wji b< aaaared m on Wednesday Oct 9. at 6 p.m Schedule oe Oct. 10. begins at S 45 a Rabbi Shapiro s atea rial •-.:. Yizkor. -..r rVai Live-" r x. subjec: of the Law. :>_-.: parents par 1 >-~ -'"as -".">..k FriAgudath 's-e %  :: • ay a* • | • "' I • Oct %  d be 8 30 a = and T 7 rr tbroacaoat tbe ec-servinces Oa -" ~ ~-"" -. keratoa z< zi-rz V zs>-Z.-:-:: -..-•? •:..-. ~ :^ S._ti:aA:.--.C \ii will hold Friday evening services ct 6 p.m. Saturday services are al 8 45 a.m Rabbi Simon April 1 will officiate and preach on "Kohcleth Hoshana Rahbah will launch the final days ol Sukkoth next Wed 1 nesdav. 8:45 a.m. Shemini Atze&f rcth will be Tfmrsdav Oct TfT. at 18:45 a.m.. with Yizkor memorial at 10:30 a.m Hakofos will begin 1 the Simchas Torah observance on Thursday night at 6 p.m., and continue Friday. 8:45 a.m. Cantor Hyman Pine renders the musical portion of the liturgy. Late Friday services al Temple i'nai Abraham. 387 NE 167th St.. will be held at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman will officiate and speak on "Strength in Frailty." Following services, the Sisterhood will boat the Oneg Shabbat in the Sukkah. Cantor Alexander Cohen will chant the liturgical portion of all services during the weekend and at the closing observances of Sukkoth during the week. On Saturday morning, at 9 a.m.. the sermon topic will be "Living in the Sukkah." Thursday morning services. Oct. 10. at 10 a.m.. will in dude Yizkor at 11 a.m.. with Rabbi Zwitman's subject "We Must Not Forget to Remember. The Simchas Torah sermon on Friday morning. 10 a.m.. will be "The Torah—Our Life and Our Joy." • • Bar Mitzvah of Del Dentel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Ro>en baum. will be observed during ser ~.ITC He-ber: Ba.-j ?za&sc. weekend aad Sab it T—p n Beeh Aan •'•=: ~-i : ztr.— i %  -.-_: 'an :? wictazzp Fniaj % i." : S-TTT .T .L--a:. i-7 Haaafc:• Sjt__-:i 1: a %  ae BAS MI -i—i iaagfjaai al N-i Caaaaaaaax ay of laj -i be %  tantd m m aay. Oct. ac T J p TJC* K:rer aarDaaa f is: zs* TJZ, i rd • 5: N enuu at be on x Dnr> ~' -. t: %  a -:' iac Mrs ceiebra •a hobt Vedneswith Canatja* the > .7 as Ikanda I -•r |. : >-~ '-' %  : : i vices at Temple Menorah, 620 75th i St.. on Saturday at 9 a.m. Rabbi i Mayer Abramowitz will officiate Shemini Atzereth services will bi held on Thursday. Oct. 10, at 9-^ a.m.. with Cantor Edward Klein chanting the liturgy and Rabbi Abradkjwttr eoTrdiretrng Yizkor memorial at 10:15 a.m. Simchas Tor ah begins Thursday, with Kakofos at 6:15 p.m.. and continues Friday. 8:30 a.m. • • • Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW 22nd Ave.. will hold weekend ser vices on Friday at 8:15 p.m., an<1 Saturday, at 9:30 a.m. Rabbi S i M. Machtei and Cantor Lester N Chananie will officiate and als> conduct concluding Sukkoth obsen ances starting Wednesday. 8:15 p.m.. and Thursday and Fnda> Oct. 10 and 11. at 9:30 a.m.. with Yizkor memorial services Thurs day at 10:30 a.m • > • Weekend and holiday aervices Congregation Beth Jacob, 31! Washington Ave.. will be conduct.,£ ted by Rabbi Tibor H. Stern asisted by Cantor Maurice Ifamches. who will chant the musical portions of the liturgy. Friday eve • ning early service this weekend will be held at 5:45 p.m.. and dur ing Saturday morning aervices al 8:30 am.. Rabbi Stern's sermon will be on "Sentimentalism v. • nesdav evening. Oct. 9. Sukkoth will be at 6 p.m. Services begii Continued on Following Page Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exoctly satisfy your needs inrheKisme", Alcddin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for c wedding or a private pcrty! I i for Informations HAZEL ALLISON Catering Dlroctor. 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Page 12-A +Jmisl> Her Mian Friday. Octcfe**, 4, 1963 Argentine Jewry Fears Rising Tide of Anti Semkhim— -.* Escorting the Torah Scrolls into the new Young Israel are top row (left to right) No. Miami Beach Councilman Newton Greene; Rabbi David Hill, president of the National Council of Young Israel; Emanuel Ungar, president of the congregation; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader of the congregation; and No. Miami Beach Mayor Arthur Snyder. Bottom row are Ben Lerner, Joseph Margolis, Alex Gooze, Harry Lerner, Dr. Solomon Nussbaum, chairman of the Building Committee, and Milton Gottlieb. Canadian Jewry Lists Big Concerns Continued from Page 1-A other group he listed was books and pamphlets published and distributed by the Huemel Publishing House, including publications sign ed by Father Julio Meinvielle. who has admitted acting as -spiritual adviser" to the Tacuara group. Dr. Schteingart reported that attractively-printed reprints of the Protocols of the Elders of Z'OB, the classic publication of antiSemitism were on sale in most bookstores in Buenos Aires. He said that the reprint has the publication sources of "Maximo Pere" but that it was evident that it was edited by the liuemel House He also mentioned official Catholic publications, such as "Our Lady of' Fatima Parish Bulletin." which i published such material as that of Juan Mslensck. a priest of Yugo' slavian origin, which expressed deep hate aga ; nst the Jews" and OTTAWA — (JTA) — The Canadian Jewish Congress has submitted to the Dominion's Prime Minister, Lester B. Pearson, a_ lengthy brief dealing with most of i the major issues concerning Can-, adian Jews. Included among the issues were the work of the Government's' Royal Commission on Biculturali-m and Bilingualism, immigration, the criminal code, the Bill Of Rights, the Human Rights Commission, property nationalized by Poland, heirless property, the USSR and its treatment of Jews, ind Israel and the Middle East. Premier Pearson received the Jewish delegation in the presence of Paul Martin, Secretary of State for External Affairs; Maurice Lamontage, president of the Queen's Privy Council; and Guy Rabbi Schiff W!U Chair CD Council Unifr in b&ami •ident %  ".' iami Ri been elected chain R ous Affairs ( lade County Civil Dei in a me >ting of repre lives ol the to ir pi imary affiliwhich sponsor this phase "i the Ch il Defense acth itj Rabbi Schiff will also serve as < hief of Civil Defense Chaplains' Corps, embracing over loo clergymen of ;iil faiths who have volunteered to serve in any disaster by ministering to the spiritual needs of the people oi Dade County under emergency conditions. Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jaeob Congregation, serves with Rabbi Sciff as representatives of the Miami Rabbinical Association. I'nder the direction of the Religious Affairs Council, participating clergymen are organized into appropriate Civil Detense Districts according to the locations of their churches and synagogues, with Head District Chaplains to coordinate activities within the districts. Fabreau, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. The brief urged the government to "take into account the contribution made by other j ethnic groups to Canada's colj tural enrichment." The brief urged Hie Government "to allow nothing to denigrate the I position, rights and privileges j of Canadians and non-AngloSaxon (Celtic) and French origin" and to study amendment of the British North America Act "to include inalienable rights of citizenry under some Bill of Rights provision as part of the constitution." Referring to the position ot Jews in Russia and the Soviet restrictions which "inhibit and undermine the efforts of Soviet Jews to maintain and develop their religious and cultural acth Uy," the brief asked the government to use its good offices to raise these issuf "at appn priati times and in an forum." The brief also ur .-. I I ..1 co !e take "anoth : i ivisions bannii mosities and hatre Is spreading <>l I ing disaffection among • groups in Canada and I materials inciting I against any class of pel asked that the Governn er tighlening protection! violations of the Bill of stressed the importance ol ning racial discrimination and religious intolerance thr >u Another brief submitted jointly by the Canadian Jewish Congress and the United Zionist Council dealt with Middle Eastern questions as they affect the "security and the well-being of Israel and the Middle Eastern neighborhood as a whole." 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Page 14-A t'Jewlsti ftcridian Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Friday. October 4, 1963 %  What Can be Gained from a UN Report on the Armistice? Jerusalem THE announcement by United Nations Secretary General U Thant that he had asked General Odd Bull. Chief of Staff of the UN Truce Supervision Organization, to prepare a report on the general observance of the Armistice Agreements between Israel and the neighboring Arab states, has made observers here wonder as to the purpose of this move. Judging by past experience, there is very little Israel can expect liom such a report. The inability of the UN to ensure the full observance of the Armistice Agreements lias produced over the years the tendency to obscure its major provisions and to force upon Israel the system of selective implementation Thus, when the question of Israel's non-participation in the IsraelSyrian Mixed Armistice Commission is being raised, there is the tendency to overlook the reason for it: the fact that it followed Syrian insistence to have jurisdiction over the Demilitarized Zones brought under the Mixed Armist ; ce Commission, whereas under the Armistice Agreement these areas are within the full sovereignty of the State of Israel. Likewise, when it comes to Israel's non-participation in the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission, there is little "inclination" to see the reasons for it: that there is hardly a single provision in that agreement which has not been contravened by Egypt. Israel does participate in the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission. But here. too. the record is one of violations by Jordan of its major provisions. Included in this agreement is. inter alia, Article 8, which provides for free access by Israel to Mount Scopus, to the Holy Places, to the Mt. of Olives Cemetery, etc.—all awaiting implementation But moreover, and above all. there are included in all the Armistice Agreements two basic provisions. There is Article One. which envisages the agreement as a transition to peace; and there is Article Three, which forbids any party to the agreement from engaging in any hostile activities against the other. How do these fundamental provisions square off wiih the Arab refusal to recognize the existence of the State of Israel and move toward peace? Is it the intention of the Secretary General — by having prepared a report on the general observance of the Armistice Agreements — to rectify this anomalous situation and see to it that the Armistice Agreements with all their provisions are Implemented? Or is Ill's report to be used to further try and force upon Israel the implementation only of those provisions which are acceptable to the Arabs. The fundamental fact is that Israel did not sign single articles. It signed agreements which she Is ready and willing to comply with and carry out. And if the forthcoming report is to be an objective and honest one — and one leading to Improvement rather than to deterioration in the situation — it will have to bear this fundamental fact in mind. ! escape from a miracle. it was the miracle of the open door, and it happened in the small Ukranian town of my birth. A peasant and his family of six had been slain by robbers in the night. As the goyim were gathering to vent wrath on the Jewish community for a crime later admitted by the area's most notorious cattle thief, a Jewish coachman harnessed his horses and sped for help to an adjacent town. When the cossaks arrived the mob was going berserk in the market square and, as happened almost always in those ezarist days, the supposed defenders of the law joined hands with the pogrom bent peasants. Our home was located c|iag onally across from the church in the center of the town. Grandmother, a miniature in stature but a giant in courage and faith, surveyed the situation with penetrating eyes from the open porch and at once decreed the lifting of shutters and the opening of doors. As the front door pivoted, a Jewish lad who had been draw ing water from the cistern in the hear of the house came run ning in. A peasant, he wept, had threatened to drown him in the well. We were saved, said pious Jews, by the miracle of the open door. Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Yiddish Spoken in Divonne rVV^NE-LESBAINS is a small township Prance situated on the French-Swiss border. lias a native popul; tion of several hundred famil.c none of them Jewish. Nevertheless you hear pier of Yiddish spoken on the main street, which tak less than five minutes to walk from one end to t other. The township is picturesque-like scenery the stage in a play showing a small town squaHere is the bakery, and here is the butcher shoi here is the typical small town French cafe hous and here is the grocery store; here is the druggist, wine store without which no French township exists. Who are these Yiddish-speaking people in this small and very beautiful French township? They are Nazi victims sent here at the expense of the West German Government to recuperate from shattered nerves. They were either in Nazi concentration camps or worked as slave laborers in Nazi enterprises.



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Friday, October 4, 1963 •Jewisti Mr rWin Page 7-A NATE PERlftWTTER BACK FROM OFFICIAL TOUR OF GERMAN REPUBLIC Where Were You When...?' ADL Exec Wonders How does a Jew feel when he is on an extensive tour of West Germany? Hbw does he feel when he is on the tour as a guest of the Bonn Government? How does he leei as he lives in the home of German citizens, who act as his hosts? Nate Perlmutter. executive director of the Florida Office of the Anti-Defamation League of F.'nai P'rith, can answer these questions eloquently — and more. Perlmutter returned Mondiy from a month's tour through the West German Federal Republic. The Bonn Government had invited him as a member of a ten-man team of national ADL executives to visit the country in order te explore how the American experience in combatting bigotry would apply to Germany and to observe the growth of democratization there. "We arrived in Cologne," Perlmutter told The Jewish Floridlan. "and everyone I looked at made me think: 'Where were you?' The feeling was just about entirely involuntary, particularly in the case of people obviously 40 or over — and especially if they were amputees or physically disfigured in some fashion or other." The Dreesen Hotel The 1') man mission included •neh notables as Benjamin R. Epstein, national director of the Anti-Defamation League. "For the first week." Perlmutter said. -I stayed at the Dreesen Hotel in Bad Godesberg. The hotel is outside of Bonn on the Rhine. iiwrlooking the seven ^^mountains of Wagner's 'Ring.' WThe hotel was one of Adolf Hitler's favorites, rfhd Neville Chamberlain drew up the Munich Pact there.' During Perlmutlcr's first week, In participated in meetings with the Ministries of the Interior, Justice. Foreign Affairs, Defense. Cultural Education, and Political Education. He also met with a HATi PIRLMUTTCR bare admission variety of university, industrial, and labor leaders. After that, he moved into the home of Fr. Von Gallwitz, a Catholic priest, who lives with his mother in Rodenkirche. "The priest read my mind," Perlmutter reported, "when I wondered just how typical his home is today." "Very typical." the priest de clared. "My mother is a widow." Germany lost 15 million persons during World War II. and widowhood is virtually a national characteristic. "There was an air of unreality in the house." noted Perlmutter. "On the mantle stood a huge picture ol his father —a three-star general during the war. Above it was another picture — this one of his Prussian grandfather, a four-star general in the Kaiser's army." Mo Whitewash Perlmutter subsequently discovered that the priest's father had been under house arrest for three weeks as part of the abortive Von Mollke group assassination attempt of Adolf Hitler on July 20. 1944. "Fr. Von Gallwitz told me nothing about this," said No. Shore Lodge To Hear Editor l,oo Mindlin. executive editor of the Jewish Floridian, will be featured speaker at a North Shore B'nai B'rith meeting at the Wash ington Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium, 1133 Normandy Dr., on Monday evening. Program chairman. Irvine C. I Spear, said that Mindlin's topic for the evening will be "The Changing Political Scene in Israel Today." E. Alfred Rowen. president of the lodge, will conduct the meeting. CHOIR SINGERS NEEDED For Conservative Temple. Must Be Good Readers. FOR AUDITION WRITE TO P. 0. BOX 4276, MIAMI BEACH, FLA. FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum — Asphalt Tile Rubber Tile -EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTKD"-Phone for free Estimate! 2465 N.W. 76th STREET OX 6-3202 THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS APPRAISERS MIAMI Perlmutter. "Apparently, he thought I would interpret it as a whitewash effort. But the fact is that when the war started to go badly for the Nazis, the priest's father was sent to the Eastern front, where he oied within several days and under circumstances never satisfactorily explained." Perlmutter noted that the Bonn Government is trying hard today to make a national holiday out of the July 20 movement — and to raise its protagonists to the status of national heroes. "They have met with only moderate success." Perlmutter declared. "It's enlightenirv) that a people suffers such a paucity of true heroes—that the Germans had to wait until 1944 for its best choices. What better commentary on the Third Reich's total acceptance—until the tide began to turn?" Why had Perlmutter been hosted by Fr. Von Gallwitz? Is the priest a kind of "window" to the "new Germany?" Not so, the ADL executive explained. "His mother, for example, is extremely active in a great variety of Christian Jewish organizations dedicated to better relations and understanding. Unlike in America," he added, "these are entirely or almost entirely Christian-inspired and led. So many Germans today seem to feel they have a lot of sinning to expiate." Hitler Youth Leader From Fr. Gallwitz' home. Perlmutter moved to Graf Hans Von Schweinitz' home at Porz-wannHeide. The count's title goes back through many centuries of aristocracy. Today, he is the head of the American desk at the Foreign Press Office. The 37year-old Von Schweinitz was an enthusiastic leader in the Hitler Youth movement during the Nazi era. One night, the count threw a party for a high German official and in ho lor of Perlmutlcr's stay. "Again," he told The Jewish Fioridian, "there was the distinct air of unreality about it all. PeoFOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, president AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING 2264 W. FLAGLER ST. 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"And right then and there, I spoke up, confessing to the entire party: 'Notwithstanding the hallowed ground on which we stood, and the tender years of the boy, I looked at the grave and cMdn't care. Who invited him to Stalingrad?' And then I said to one man, straight out: 'Where were you in those years? I was in the Pacific'." Perlmutter reported that "you could have heard a pin drop on a velvet rug. The man was honest. He told me he had been, like Graf Von Schweinitz. a Hitler Youth movement leader. 'Did you ever read "Mein Kampf"?' the man asked. I told him I had. Then you know.' the ex-Nazi declared, 'that there is much idealism in the book. Hitler was against corruption and decadence, and he was for cleanliness of mind and body. As a youth. I aspired toward these very same ideals'." Said Perlmutter: "I listened, externally patient and polite, but seething inside. Then I replied: 'Evn after Crystal Night? Did you continue to feel happy about, the ideals of "Mein Kampf" even alter Crystal Night?' After Crystal Night Crystal Night occurred on Nov. 6, 1938. when over 600 synagogues throughout Germany were smashed that night — Hitler's first, massive, and external attack against the survival of German Jewry. "His eyes clouded over," said Perlmutter. "'My closest friend was a Jew,' He declared. 'Many of us, after Crystal Night, couldn't look each other in the eye. We could feel it the very next morning. But man has a faculty for blocking out what he doesn't want to know. I should have known what was going on — all of us should have known. I should have known what would happen to my friend. I simply blocked it out'." Perlmutter, who said "this is about as close as anyone got during my visit in Germany to accepting a personal share of the guilt for the Hitler era." told The Jewish Floridian: "I put it to him simply: 'When did you become an ex-Nazi?" He was softly eloquent. 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Friday. October 4, 1963 +Jeist fhrih tr Page 5-3 Left to right are Mrs. Aaron Fair and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, vice chairmen, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the 25th Anniversary Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. They're examining the Nov. 6 to 10 date for the 32nd annual General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds due to take place at the Diplomat Hotel. Mrs. Myers is chairman of the Assembly Host Committee with Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Samuel N. Friedland, honorary president, and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Serving as vice chairman with Mrs. Farr and Mrs. Lehman is Marshall S. Harris. Breath of Life Member Luncheon Breath of Life' Chapter of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver presents its fifth annual membership luncheon on Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., at the Holiday Inn. 1350 S. Dixie Highway, for members, guests and prospective members. Chairing the affair are Mrs. Myron Warshaw, .Mrs. David Benjamin and Mrs. Benjamin Strongin. Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, president, v. ill give a report on the convention in Denver which she attended. Mrs. Sam Ostrowsky, program chairman, will introduce a skit entitled 'Denverella," featuring Mrs. Millie Rodesky. Mrs. Sanford Man dell. Mrs. Milton Katz. and Mrs. Irving Sheldon, with Mrs. Michael Covin, accompanist. Dora Cohen Shlll flamingo Chapter Meeting In Second Year Dora Cohen Hebrew High School I for Girls opened its second year I ol operation last Monday in the I Hebrew Academy building. 2400' Pine Tree Dr. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Academy principal, announced that the j school offers afternoon classes three times a week to girls now I attending senior high schools in the area. Courses are being conducted by Rabbi Moshe Aspes. 6th grade Hebrew instructor at the He-1 brew Academv. Subjects offered are Bible, Jewish history. Hebrew literature, customs and ceremonies, all taught in Hebrew. The Dora Cohen High School for (iirls was founded last year by licob Cohen, nationally-known philanthropist, who also endowed -i building at the A c ;i 'I e %  •< y in memory of his wife. Dora. Plans are now being formulated to open an all-day high school for girls, including dormitory facll ities, in September. 1U(J4. Flamingo Chapter of the American Medical Center at Denver held its first meeting of the current season on Monday evening in the Normandy Isle Washington Federal Auditorium. Slides of the work and progress made at the free, national and non-sectarian hospital in Denver were shown. Business Women Highlight Week Dade Business and Professional Women's Club highlights National Business Women's Week at its 22nd annual community leaders luncheon to be held on Tuesday noon at Top of the Columbus. Guest speaker will be Hon. Mal!ory E. Home, speaker of the House of Representatives of the •>tate of Florida. Theme for theafternoon will be "The Responsibility of Full Partlersip," and Mrs. Rose Roher is in charge of reservations. Mother Will Tell Experience Lorber Chapter, Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver, presents a "Dress Rehearsal" luncheon on Tuesday noon at the Candlelight Inn, 3131 Commodore Plaza, Coconut ('.rove. Mrs. Harold Selkowitz will relate her experiences as the mother of an asthmatic daughter, presently receiving treatment at the Research Institute and Hospital in Denver. Mrs. Marvin B. Guberman is president of the group. Chairmen of the day are Mrs. Perry Altfield and Mrs. Sanford Freed. Mrs. Ritterman To be Speaker Mrs. Sidney Ritterman, president of the Miami Beach Chapter. I'hildrcn's Asthma Research Institute and Hopsital at Denver, will present a talk on her recent visit to the total treatment-care asthma research facility in Denver, when 'he Miami Beach Chapter holds its :mniial membership luncheon on Saturday noon at Fu Manchu lies taurant, Miss Terry Wr'. membership chairman, and Mrs. Rltterm in charge oi reservations for the luncheon and -: mes afternoon. Seven Dade i ninty children arc now in Denver for medical and psychological treatment. Cost is $5,000 ;i year | or child, and most stay 18 months. The hospital also has an extensive research program delving Into asthmatic and allergic problems, testing medicines and training doctors. : B I R T H D A 1 E : First son, David Nelson, born Aug. 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bloom, of No. Miami Beach, who have a daughter Anne Rachel, 4'/i. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bernstein, of Miami Beach. Here from New York City about a year, Bloom is associated with the Miami law firm of Myers, Hciman, Kaplan and Catsman. Formerly a trial attorney in the Anti-Trust Division of the l.S. Department of Justice. Bloom v as assistant attorney general of the State of New York until relocating in Florida. Chrysler Corporation President Lynn A. Townsend (left), Ls shown with UJA National Chairman Max M. Fisher and Mrs. Fisher as he presents the auto company's check for S10.000 i I support of Detroit's 1963 Allied Jewish Campaign. Fisher, wh? is president of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit, lauc ed the Chrysler Company and Townsend "foi their exampl? of industry leadership in coming forward to support the Un ted Jewish Appeal and other humanitarian causes represente i in the Detroit campaign." Hebrew Univ. Unit Plans Meet A membership brunch celebrating the first birthday of the Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University will be held Friday noon, Oct. 18. at the home of Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the Greater Miami Worn en's Division, will give a resume of her recent trip to Israel, including her visit to the campus of the university in Jerusalem. Chairman of membership. Mrs. Harry Platoff, anticipates that attendance at the brunch will include many Miamians recently returned from visits to the university. "Parents of students attending the university, former students, and wives of physicians or doctors interested in the medical center in Jerusalem are included in our fastgrowing membership," Mrs. Simo i. hoff said. Members of the board of t • Women's Division will meet ne t Tuesday morning to comple plans for a membership brunc The meeting will take place in tlie offices of the American Friends t the Hebrew University at 1 Lincoln Rd. 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Page 10-A Jen is I) ftcrkUar Friday. October 4, 1963 i.i'.niii'iOTWBWB The Fathers By MAX LERNER Mkm 'i' i nra JNF to Hear Israel Air Force Chief Paris. The generation of the fathers—the constitutional fathers of Europe —is passing, and Europe is morally impoverished for it. One is reminded of that fact by the recent death of Robert Schuman. who was >ne of the stalwarts of the European idea. Schuman is dead, Alcide dt • %  aspen is dead. Winston Churchill nas left the political stage, Konrad Adenauer is in the course of making his farewells. Only Spaak and Monnet are left of the original group of greats, both of thenl very much alive, active, and to be reckoned with. I am not speaking now of the technicians — the working Eurocrats — who form a new segment of Europe's governing class and a formidable one, a kind of dossier aristocracy, with an economic language of "heir own. and separate transnational schools lor their children, and allegiances that cut across national boundary lines. I am speaking of he little original band of movers and shapers — the Washingtons. Franklins. Jeffersons. Hamiltons and Madisons of the European idea, whose thought fertilized their time and whose will has resulted in the new Europe which is now taking shape. Tht climate of Europe in which the new men are operating is a very different one from that of the fathers. Just how different was shewn at Schman's funeral, at Metz. in the studied insult which de '".aulle paid to Schuman's closest friend and associate. Jean Monnet, iy pointedly excluding him from those invited to a formal luncheon after the funeral. This was a petty and graceless act of revenge against vlonnet, a man who has always been a lone wolf and non-conformist, ind who has refused to play de Gaulle's anti-British and anti-American game because he is primarily a European and not a Gaullist. De Gaulle's remorseless unfoi getting personal feuds are part of the rigidity of a political genius who is very sure of himself and is now in the joldcn age ot his influence. The irony of it is that de Gaulle's power rests on the new economic -trength ol France and upon its leverage power inside the Common Market, and for both of them he and France owe an immense debt to lean Monnet and to Robert Schuman. his partner in shaping the European economic community. There are two recent books in which you .. %  an read the story, and which I have found most useful for the history ol the building of the new Europe: Richard Mayne's "The Community ol Europe' (Norton) and Hans Schmitt's "The Path to European Union" (Louisiana University). There is also an inside story in [/Express by Georges Suifert, which I have checked here, on how Jean Monnet and Robert Schuman made the first breakthrough in 1950. The practical ideas for forming Europe (I don't count the Coudenhove-Kalergi Pan-Europe idea or the dreams of the men in the Resistance movements during the war) began bubbling up in 1949 when the Council of Europe (now sitting in Strasbourg) was formed. All sorts • >f plans were hopefully launched, among them the idea of Andre Philip. the French Socialist, for a common plan for the key industries of the Western European nations, which would tie them together and control them together. This was at once too drastic and too general, but it was part of the general ferment. Meanwhile, the political atmosphere oecame more tense, with the Soviet A-bomb, the Korean War, and West Germany emerging as a prospering economy, once more making a aid for its place in the European sun. Something was needed to give Europe a common will and also to curb the new Germany and make it a responsible one. This was the cue for Jean Monnet, the "mystery man" of France, .vho was the head of the French Planning Commission, but always --hunned the limelight. He knew the art of persuading men, how to operate behind the scenes through the chefs-du-Cabinet of the various ministries, how not to arouse envies, how to get things done through a passionate anonymity, how to appeal both to men's idealism and their -irise of the pragmatic, how to set the stage and time the entrance. After a weekend in the mountains, early in 1950, Monnet came back to Paris with a plan. It was less ambitious than Andre Philip's for a union of Europe's heavy industries, and less ambitious also than Adenauer's suggestion for a complete economic and political union of France ;.nd Germany, but it owed something to both. It was a plan for joining the ore of France, the coal ot Germany, and the steel plants of both into a Coal and Steel Community which would be indpendent of both, to be run by technocrats for the good of both peoples. By Special Report Gen. Ezer Weizmann. ComrminUr-in-Chief'6f Israel's Air Force. trill arrive from Jeruslaem to adliess the national assembly of the ewish National Fund of America. hich will be held in New York 'ity at the New York Hilton from )ct. 31 to Nov. 3, it was announced •y Mendel N. Fisher, chairman of he Assembly Committee. A nephew of the late Dr. Chaim •Ve'zmann. first President of the State of Israel. Gen. Weizmann is a native of Israel, born in Tel Aviv 38 years ago. Formerly Chief of Operations of the Israel Air Force, he is one of Israel's foremost national heroes, having distinguished himself in the War of Liberation, and previously in the RAF during World War II. 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Welcome Wagon Calls are made when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. ZOs jSk munity's When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 Africa, he returned to Palestine in 1947, where he plunged, into the effort to build an air force for the Haganah, the Jewish Defense Army. The embryo air force, which consisted of Piper Cubs and called itself the Palestine Aero Club, supplied the experience and training for the subsequent invasion of Israel and War of Liberation. Jacob Tsur. former Israel Ambassador to France and Argentina, and now chairman oi the Board of Directors of the Karen Kayemeth Leisrael; Avraham Harman. Israel Ambassador to the United States; Michael Comay. Israel Ambassador to the United Nations, and Albert Schiff. president of the Jewish National Fund of America, will be among the leading American Government. Israel, Zionist and civic leaders to address the conference. Richard Tucker, world-famed Metropolitan Opera tenor, will per| form at the plenary session on SaT* uiday evening. Nov. 2. Ambassador Tsur is expected to present to the assembly delegates I a broad-gauged plan for the development of one million dunams of land in the Galilee, involving the building of a network of roads, the reclamation of many thousands of acres of rockv soil for farming, and the planting of tens of millions of trees. The project, which was approved by the Israel Government early in September, is the largest I of its kind to be carried out in I Israel. The implementation and details of this massive plan for the Galilee will be fully outlined at the assembly sessions by JNF leaders. THIS IS ONE OF OUR 337,111 BRANCH OFFICES THAT'S RIGHT. Sterling Savings is as close as your nearest mail box — a mere 5 hours away by jet. And what's more, Sterling Savings pays Air Mail Postage BOTH ways —makes it easier than ever to save with safety. 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Friday, October 4, 1963 f/-...j^ %  >•, %  lUttm LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A JHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ^' IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60729-B L\ RE: INt.it.of I.KO.N l n TERMAN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credlton and All Persona Having claims or Demands Agalnat Said Estate: You are hereby notified and re. i tn present any clalma and demands whirii you may have agalnal (hi estal LEON FITTERMAN deruixed late of Dade County, Florida, I., (he County Judgea of Dade t'ounnd in*til,same in duplicate and i, |>rovlded In Keetlon 737.18, Florida s, in their offices In the Counly Courthouse In Dade County, Fior-!.i. within six citlendar months from • intime of the first publication hcre. ithe same win be barred. Dated ut Miami, Florida, this nth I|MJ of Sepember, A.I. 1963. RENE FITTERMAN As Executrix First publication of this notice on Hi.13th day of September, MM. WEINKLE & KBKSLER Attorneys for Executrix |MI Seybold Building, Miami 12, Fla. 9 '18-20-27, ii'M 9HHH9 BY HENRY LEONARD IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60702B BIN RE: Estate of IRENE ADLER, Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All Persons Having Clalma or Demanda Agalnat Bald Instate: You are hereby notified ami r"jjulred to preaenl any claims ami dehands which you may have agalnal (he estate of IRENE ADLER deceased lute of Miami, Dade County, FlorBa, to the County Judges of [>ade oiinty. and file the same In dupliite anil as provided In Section 733.16, oil.la Ma lutes. III their offices in e County Courthouse in Dade CounFlorida, within -i\ calendar •nths from the time of the flrsl |iibllcation hereof, or the same will barred, Dated at Miami. Florida, this Bth nf Septembe v.I • IM LAWRENCE ADLER Ai Executor | First publication of this notice on 13th day of September, 1963. BtONOVITZ, SILVER & SCHER Ittmmys for Executor Alnale} Bull ling, Miami. Fla. 9/13-20-27, l" i THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60649-C RE Estate of FRANK \A vn.n i Deceased. NOTICE TO CRED'TORS F^AIl Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Bstate: Ton are hereinnotified and require i i-. I-I-S.HI .mi elnimfl and de^gnds which you may have against estate of FRANK X AVI MO deed late of I'.ole County, Florida, the County Judges of Dade County, file the same In duplicate -ml as Ivlded in Section 733.16, Florida ktiites, in their ..fflees iii the Co.in|CoUrthouse in Dade County, l-'lorwitliin six calendar months from lime of the first publication ll, re"itli>saiim will he barred Pitted at Miami. Plorlda, this 3rd of September, A.D. ISM. VICTORIA NAVILIO .\s Executrix First publication of this notice on 13th day of September, 19(3. |ON KAPLAN orney for Executrix •r-. Ilelman. Kaplan ,\Catsman S.W. FilSt Stleel '.i I::-'JII-L';. m t "Why, Rabbi you don't remember US? We introduced ourselves to you after services two years ago last Rosh Hashanah." Copr. 1963, Doyenu Pfoductioni LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 50732-C IN RE: Estate of Mi UUilS ISl.t IS. i i.\l Deceased, NOTICE OF INTENTION T(1 MAKF APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTON AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereb) glv< n thai I have filed a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and l-.nal Discharge as Executor of the estate .-i MORRIS BLOSSOM, deceased: and that on the IM da) of November, 1963. will nppb to the Honorable County Juris i'.ohCounty, Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge ss Executor of the estate of the above-named deceih tit. This 17th da) of September, 1963, LESTER KI.II.-SIIM KOVNER AMANNHEIMER .VI lorn. v :: "i l luponl Plaaa Center Miami ::.'. Florida 9 '-'7, I" l-ll-ls NOTI. E UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FIRST PLACE tor trophies at IHUI W. Ith Av.niie, llialeah Intends to register said name with the Clerk of Hi. Circuit Court ..I Dade County, Florida. TROPHY WORLD, INC :i J7. in t-11 -1s LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of Haras: ll. ,• i:. Wholesale Distrlbutors at '-'ll s.l-:. 1st Street, Miami Florida intend to reglater said names with th. i "lerh of tinCircuit Cout t of Dude County, Florida. XORMA HAISKX KITTY ItUAI'N MAR\ IN BRAl'N JEROME .IACI IBS! >N Sole I IWIlelS liCY K. STEWART Attoi ne} for Applicants 1 1 13 Congr< Building :• -"-:'7. I"l-ll NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF [FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9598 ItEK i'i 1MPTON, I Plaintiff, \ -. HA MAE COMPTON, 1 left n-lallt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE V'li il. A M VE Cl i.\l PTI IN -i::t:: Standard Avenue San Pii bin, i 'allfornla u. Viola Mae Compton, tin h re otlfu-d that a Bill of Complaint foi : ee has I.e. I: I | you, \ on ai,requln tl to sen. a oopj Kir Answer or Pleading to th.I'.ill mnplalnl on tin! I s,.-ii] K i;.„. man 26SS N.W ftie, i. Miami, Fit rida %  < % %  >l lile the i I.I! Answer or Pleading In the •• %  | l|e I '!, | k | 'I,. I U|| ft on or le fore tini .th .i i ibei. I' 63, If >"u fail t %  inn t will lie taken si eou for I to ri lief tlemu nded |n I: II -•' i 'omplalnt. ii %  i. Khali i e published -n%  e. i, • i eks fill: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I"Ni: AND ORDERED at Miami, pda, this 6th day ol St rdcmbei 1963. IB. n LBATHERMAN, CII rk, cull Court, Dade County, Plorlda Bs : HELEN KESSLEK Depot) Clerk INI.EV I: (>< H ll IMAN |.\.\\ 61 Street ii. Florida |rn,y for Plaintiff :i 13-30-27, 10 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60643-C l.\ RE: Estate of MAY PERLMAN I leeeaseil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demands Agalnal Said Estate: Von are hereby notified ami required to pres.-nt any claims ami demands which you nun have against th.estate ol MAS PERLMAN dei, aaed lat,of tin i 'ounty ami state ol N.u York t-i tin County Judges o'' Dade County, anil file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section i Ida Statutes, in th, Ir office* in the County Courthouse in r. County, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or tinsame will he barred. Dal I .,i Miami. Florida, this llth duj of Septi nil-.-!, A 11 1963. BARNETT ROBINSON, JR. As Ancil ai > Administrator I i i iibllcaiIon of this notice on th. l:;ih da} of Septe I inRRl.AND ROBINSON %  %  for An,iliarv Adminlsl I2i h Floor I lade Fedei >l 11 .\l an.i 32, Flo lila 1-2 1-27, 10 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60717-B IN RE: -Estate of Mi it.I.IE STEIN |i. eased. NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Sou are hereby notified and required to present any clalma ami demanda which \ou may have against the estate of MOLLIE STEIN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t,, the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Keetlon 733.16, Florida Statutes, in tbelr offlcea in th,County Courthouse Iii Hade County. Florida, within six calendar months from I th,time of the first publication hereof. or tinsame will he barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this llth I day of September, A.D. IMS. RUTH BAOLEY As Administratrix First publication of this notice on th, 20th day of September, 1963. | ABRAHAM II. SlII'KAT Attorney for Administratrix 1 :;.'.:. Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 9/20-37, I" l-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nderalgned, desiring to engage in less under the fictitious name of FLAIR REPRODUCTIONS at Box :H4, lleta Branch, Miami. Intenda to reglater said name the clerk of the Circuit Court aukCounty, Florida. NEIL R LENT IN :i, 13-20-27, 'a I NOTICE UNDER ^FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1 ICE is HEREBY > IIVEN thai dt i B gned, desiring to • image in an I,r the fictitious name of '> H PIZZARAMA at 15100 BlaBlvri No, .Miami Beach. Plor' gds t glster aald name with irk of the l 'Ircull Court .a" Dade florid*. |\ INVENT PALMI8ANO Sole I )w Ill-Ill 13-20-27, i".M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'N IHtt RCUIT l,UUrtr OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 9918 I" IRA BI8ENIIERO OUERRIERO, i-.aiu. it l, vs: •:!-: IROE HI AN HE OUERRIERO, Defendant, SU.T FOR DIVORCE TO: OEIIRQE OIANDE UUERRIERO MI Selby Street Lynn, uggg, You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been tiled agalnal you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading M the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attoi in y. S1I1KI.KY WOOLF, s.'.'i Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offli f the chrk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2lst day of October, 19*3. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken agalnal you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall bi published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH I -I.I IRIDIAN. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this Huh day of September, A.D. 186 I E B. LBATHERMAN, Cl< rk, Circuit CourF, Dade County, Florida (seal) c P. COPBLAND I leput} Clot k SHIRLEY W< ml K Attoi my for 1,'laintifi' :• ;'II-.'7, l" l-ll IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 60640-C IN RE: Bstate of CHAUI.ES UINSBERC] as.-d. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demanda Agalnat Said Ei tati : You are hi i bj notified and r. quired to present any clalma and •!. mauds which you nuu have against the • stall of i 'HARLES OINol lERU .I late of i lade • 'ounty, Flor iila, to tinCounty Judges a Dade County, and file the same In their ,ii the County Courthouse in l lade Count]. Florida, within %  enrinr months from the date -i the flrsl publication hereof, or tht same w ill be i'.t: i'i I lated BI Miami. I' 13th I dav oi September 101 UAIIRIEI. I c, IROOVKZ Executor chin an, ioldsteln A Paczler At torn* ) H A >t l lagler Street 9 I 1-27, in l-ll i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai th,undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name oi ABLE BUSINESS BROKERS at 184911 NE. ISth Ave., No. .Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1'adiCounty, Florida. 11. E. OOULDEN sole Owner 9 '"-'-•'t-27. 10/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. COM4-A IN RE: Estate of si IPHIE WE1LL Due: I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demands Against Said Bstate: You are hereby notified and reouiieil to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of SOPHIE WEILL lieeeaseil late of Dailo County, Florida, to the County .Indues of Dade County, ami file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 7:::;.in, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from tin time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, tin day of September, A.D. 1963. BARNETT ROBINSON, JR. As Administrator I'iist publication of this notiee the 13th day of September, 1963. HARRIS AND ROBINSON Attorneys for Administrator 13th Fl Hade Federal Bldg, Miami 82, Florida 9/13-20-17, H"1 11 Hi on I ha t ll.-ell th. tni 'Ircull IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C 9351 WEST Slid-: FEDERAL RAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION UP NEW YORK CITY, Plaintiff, vs. RUBIN HYMAN AND LILY WN HYMAN his wife, SOUTHERN INDUSTRIAL S.W'l.NtiS HANK, SAM BASS Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: SAM HASH 5316 Harper Avenue Hyde Park Arms Hotel, Chicago. 111. You are hereby notified aiio\.enptioned action has stunted against you in th conn of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Hade County to fore%  les,. a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot 15, Block 73, SECOND ADDITION TO CARtii. CITY, according to the I 'bit thereof deKcrlbed in Flat Book 65, Page 7t. Sheet |, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. You in-.required to file your answer to plaintiff's paint with the Clerk oi th, aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor i 'ade I-'di ral Building, Miami 82, Florida, nol later than October nth. 1963, or a Decree Pro Confeaso will ii. entered agalnal von Dated: August 30th. 1981 B. i: LBATHERMAN Chrk of the Circuit Court By: C. P. COPBLAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff 11th Floor Hade Federal Building Miami :,-:. Florida 9 18-20-27, ln'i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! • 'Jewish fk>ridlii&ri solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Diai I II 3-46*5 lor messenger service' LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9479 DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK oFTHE CITY OF NEW YORK, Plaintiff, vs. DOCOLAS It HKI.l. and DOROTHY A. BELL his wife. LEROY s. EDWARDS and SOPHIA .1. ATKINSON, 1 letemlants. NOTiCE OF SUIT TO: LEROY s EDWARDS 129 Villa Road Newport N. w s. Virginia You ai.hereby notified that th. above captloned action has been Instituted agalnat you in the Clrcul Court of th.ELEVENTH Judlcla Circuit of Florhla in and for lHid, County to foreelose a molty.lKe llluil the following described real property Lot 17. Block ::>;, SCOTT LAKE MANOR SECTION POUR, according to the Plat threof, recorded in I'I.it Hook 80, at Page 82, of the Public Records of Hade County Florida. Von ai-,required to file your answer to plaintiifs complaint with tin Clerk of tinaforesaid Court, ant serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN FINE llth Flooi Dade Federal Building, Miami 82 Florida not later than October l" I! 83, or a I %  ct ee Pro I !onf< aso wll be entered agalnat you. I 'ate, I S-.-iileinb, r -i. 1983, E. i: LBATHERMAN, Chrk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida i,seal) By: HELEN KBSSLER l leputy Clei k MARTIN" PINE Attorney for Plalntlf nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami ?, %  :. Florida 9 13-20-27, 10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60297-A IN RE: Estate of HAROLD ItoV MILLER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims .aDemands Against Said Estate: You anhereby notified ami required to pre-eiit an) claims ami demands which you may hav. against Ho -late of HARl 'II' Rl IY MILLER, ile,eased late of Dade County, Florida, to th,. countj Judges of Dade Count.! ami til %  the .am, in 'lup||. ,ate .in,i as provided m Section i Florida Statutes, in Ihelr offices in il., County Courthouse in I'.i le County, Florida, with n >i\ alendar months ll "111 tile I illle of the fil .-I pullll .11 l-ll hereof, ,-r thi -am, n ill be liat I 'ai, ,1 at Miami. Florid i. ti.. duj lier, A.D 1961 .I'll"! 1.1.Is A MII.I.KR A i; v • \ Iii> l pubb, al i<>n .-I' thi.n. i tin:'7: Ii ,1a ,-t Septi lilber, I I'A II. KWI INLY Attoi n.•> for Estate of Harold Roj Millet i %  120 Lincoln Rd„ Mian I Ri ch, Fla :' _'7. I" l-M-lv IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60524 C IN RE: Estate of ISAAC OFKBNHENDEN I leceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims ,,r Demands Against said Estate: You are hereby notified and requifed to pies, nt any claims and demands which you ma.\ have against Hi, state "f ISAAC OFFENHBNDEN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided iii Seetion 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offlcea In the County Courthouse in Dade Counts-, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the sain,win in barred Dated at Miami. Florida, this th day of September, A.D. 1963 Hi IRA OFFENHBNDEN As Executrix First publication "f this notice on the ISth day of September, 1968, Myers, lb-imam Kaplan .v Catsman By: LEON K" A PLAN A t torney for Bxecutrlx 1150 S.W. 1st St., Ml i. Fla. 2T, 10 l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. b9616A IN I:I: Bstate of MARY ELIZABETH MARZANE, I leceaaed. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person Having claims or Demanda Against Said Estate: YOU, and ea,-h of you are hereby notified %nd required to preaenl any claims and demands which you, eg eitlw-r of you, may have auamst the Bstate "f MARY ELIZABETH MARZANE. Deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable .Imlues of the Counts Judges' Court, Dade i ounty, Florida, ami to fibthe MiniIll the office of the County Judges' in th,Dade County Court! s,-, Miami, Florida, within six calendar months from the dat,of th,rlrsl publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address ofthi claimant and to I" sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred, RICHARD D. MARZANE o Richard M. Sepler, Esq. Ill llialeah Drive llialeah, Florida As Executor of the Bstate "i Mar> Bllsabi iii Mat-sane RICHARD M. sl-:i'i.i:i: Attorney finEstate inn Hlaleah I >i Ive Hlaleah, Floi "la :• i'7. I" "l-i l-iv IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10197 EMA N'I'EI. MITCHELL, Plaintiff, vs. MARY BRIT MITCHELL, I lefendant, NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: MARY BRIT MITCHELL 8 U a MRS. MARY NELMC 27 Bast Lem..\ Ri ixbui \. Massachusel ts You .MARY BRIT MITCHELL alei known as MRS. MARY NELMC alt hereby notified that a BUI Ol Complaint for Declaratory Decree has been filed agalnal you, and you an required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t" the Kill of Complaint on tinPlaintiff's Attoi m \ AINSLEE R. FERDIE, Suit.:'"L'-L'"i 281S S.W. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables Florida 88134. and file the original Answer or Pleading ill the offii t tinClerk of the Circuit Court on oi before the :: 1st day of October, 1963 if you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken agalnat you foi the relief demanded 111 the I'.ill ol t 'omplaintDated at Miami. Florida this Jltl day of Septembi i. 1963. i: It. LBATHERMAN, i "lei k of tini 'Ircult Curt l lade County, Florida c, all By: C. I'. COPELAND l leput y 'lerlc AINSLEE R. FERDIE At iorney tor Plaintiff Suite L'"L'-L''H .' :i', S.W. LeJeune Road i 'oral i tables, Fla 38131 :• :'7. i" l-ll-l\ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No 63C 9350 DOLI AR SAVIN i s BANK i IF Til E %  'll'V i -INEW Vi IRK : i \ PHILIP BERN MM HEAl INK1 Vila I1NIA A. II;:AI INEY, his \v ilI 'eleml.i its. NOTICE OF SUIT Tn Philip Bern trd Heagne> and \ uinia A I leasney .his wife, w ari 'ii A v Hawthorne. New York You are hereby notified that lb. above captloned action has been Instituted agalnal you in the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ol Florida In and for Dad* County t, foreclose a mortgage upon tinfollowing ib-sei Ibed real property: Lot I Block 70 SECOND AlddTION" To CAROL CITY, according to th, Mat thereof recorded in I'lat Book 85 at Page 7s of the Public Records of Hiuif County, Florida, togethei with a O.E. Uarbage Disposal FA558R: O.E. Refrigerator LW-U: Venetian Blinds; tl.E. Oven and RailKe .1-:,.","> and ,l-.",ti7 lli In). Traverse Roda. You anrequired to file your anewei I,, plaintiffromplalnl with the clerk of the aforesaid Court, ami serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorne\ MARTIN FINE, nth Floor. Dadi Federal Building, Miami 82, 1' I, riila not later than October 80th, 1963, or a '' I 'I I ".-IlieSSo W ll) be e||l, |e


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Page 14-A *Jewisl> flcridUatn Friday, October 4. 1963 Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN What Can be Gained from a UN Report on the Armistice? Jerusalem TTHE announcement by %  United Nations Secretary General U Thant that he had asked General Odd Bull. Chief of Staff of the UN Truce Supervision Organization, to prepare a report on the general observance of the Armistice Agreements between Israel and the neighboring Arab states, has made observers here wonder as to the purpose of this move. Judging by past experience, there is very little Israel can expect from such a report. The inability of the UN to ensure the full observance of the Armistice Agreements has produced over the years the tendency to obscure its major provisions and to force upon Israel the system of selective implementation Thus, when the question of Israel's non-participation in the IsraelSyrian Mixed Armistice Commission is being raised, there is the tendency to overlook the reason for it: the fact that it followed Syrian insistence to have jurisdiction over the Demilitarized Zones brought under the Mixed Armist ; ce Commission, whereas under the Armistice Agreement these areas are within the full sovereignty of the State of Israel. Likewise, when it comes to Israel's non-participation in the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission, there is little ••inclination" to see the reasons for it: that there is hardly a single provision in that agreement which has not been contravened by Egypt. Israel docs participate in the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission. But here. too. the record is one of violations by Jordan of its major provisions. Included in this agreement is. inter alia, Article 8, which provides for free access by Israel lo Mount Scopus, to the Holy Places, to the Mt, ol Olives Cemetery, etc.—all awaiting implementation. Hut moreover, and above all. there are included in all the Armistice Agreements two basic provisions. There is Article One. which envisages the agreement as a transition lo peace; and there is Article Three, which forbids any party to the agreement from engaging in any hostile activities against the other. How do these fundamental provisions square off wiih the Arab refusal to recognize the existence ol the State of Israel and move toward peace? Is it the intention of the Secretary General — by having prepared a report on the general observance of the Armistice Agreements — to rectily this anomalous situation and see to it that the Armistice Agreements with all their provisions are implemented'.' Or is this report to be used to further try and force upon Israel the implementation only of those provisions which are acceptable to the Arabs. The Fundamental fact is that Israel did not sign single articles. It signed agreements which she is ready and willing to comph with and cany out. And if the forthcoming report is to be an objective and honest one — and one leading to improvement rather than to deterioration in the situation — it will have i.) hear tin.fundamental fact in mind. >J Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Brilliant Jewish Symposium in a Catholic Magazine RAMPARTS. The National Catholic Journal. 56 pp. Msn'o Park. Calif.: 1182 Chestnut St. THE National Catholic jour%  nal. "Ramparts," features in its autumn issue which appeared on newstands earlier this month a symposium called '"The Jew in American Culture." The symposium, which consists of three poems and five articles by prominent Jewish writers, is an extraordinary presentation of intellect and wit; it deserves support and rapt attention. It begins with what, line for line, is probably one of the best "Jewish" poems in English, by thi' leading American-Jewish poet. Karl Shapiro "The Synagogue" is woven with the texture and feel of an Oriental tapestry in which Catholicism and Mohammedanism are the counter, variant threads: many people know its unforgettable last lines: "Our name is yet the identity of God That storms the falling altar of the world." Two shorter poems by Leonard E. Nathan in his semi-conversational style bespeak a powerful, modern voice. IKIOCiS KKVIMVKU" !" OS vms PAVE AVAILABLE AT MnnftRXti cutm* MIOF Visit Our P.iper-B.ick Annex Ovrr 75C0 Titles March Serv. for Out-of-print Books PHONE 666-2568 5775 Sunset Drive. So. Miami •>—— Ope.i Friday Eve 1 1 1 BOOKS Unlimited 1 1 1 i 1364 N.E. lo3rdST.I' 1 7 DOOSS FR3W WOLFIE i Wl 5-6022 j OPEN EVENINGS i Popular • Classics • Reference i t • NEW YORK & CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS. t j • SCHOOL SUPPLEMENTARY REAPING. t • i SPECIAL DISCOUNT RATES! MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS AT SAVINGS OF UP TO 50%! • Ask for Our Catalog it's Free, of course.' Low Chanuknh Gift Rotes now in effect. PUBLICATIONS UNLIMITED 102 Giraldu Coral Gables HI 5-1378 Three of the articles deal with the same theme from slightly different viewpoints. Maxwell Oeismar's "The Jewish Heritage in Contemporary American Fiction." Harold I' Ribalow'"The Jewish Side of American Lite." and Leslie Fiedler's "The Jew as Mythic American" all look to fiction, either by or about Jews, for their analyses. Of the three. Ribalow's is mainly documentary and sociological in tone: Geismar's is a somewhat rambling personal assessment of Jewishness in modern writing; while Fiedler's mesmerizing, always dazzling antic intellectualism explains brilliantly the current vogue for things Jewish in terms of the psyches of Americans and Jews, with a devastating irony at the end. And heaven help us. I think it's all Hue Of the two remaining pieces, theologian Arthur A. Cohen's "The Jew. Secularity and Christian Culture" ranks with Fiedler's for sheer brilliance and fascination: it partly recalls the clarion "return to the faith" of his latest book. "The Natural and Supernatural Jew." but this is a beggarly oversimplification of his excellent analysis here of Jew ish secularization. "The Jewish Idea." by Tnide Weiss Rosmarin, a rather pedantic essay on Jewish ethical contribution, is dimmed by the stellar lights surrounding it. I admit, however, to an absolutely inelectable prejudice against any writing style which leans as heavily on the use of italics, capitals and quotation marks tor emotional tone as does hers. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Are Jewish Groups Dragging Their Feet on Integration? Washington) I^OES a gai. "exist be tween J e w i s h| leadership ant the J e w i s r ] masses in the present d r i v for N e :: 11 rights? All major Jewish organizations and every Congressman ol Jewish faith is deeply invoked in work for passage ol President Kennedy's Civil Rights Bill and other steps to promote integration. Washington representatives of such groups as the American Jewish Committee. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. American Jewish Congress, Jewish War Veterans, NCRAC, and rabbinical organizations are devoting much time to civil rights. Jewish members ol Congress are busy drafting legislation and perfecting strategy Yel there are still some Jews writing their Congressmen and organizations that Jews should slow down on backing the Negro revolution. Their reasons ri from fear that non-Jewish white elements will be annoyed to dcI rees of conservatism and to arguments that anti-Semitism is noticeable among Negroes. Such views, voiced from both North and South, are relatively few and far between. But they keep cropping up. Rabbi Joachim Prinz is one of three religious leaders who spoke at the great Aug. 28 March on Washington and later met with President Kennedy. This monthi after assessing results of the march. Rabbi Prinz reported to a meeting here of the American Jewish Congress national governing council. He is president of the American Jewish Congress. Rabbi Prinz warned that "a profound gap" must be closed "between the religious leader who preaches civil rights and the congregation that does not follow." "It is the man in the pew — not ihe man in the pulpit — who must be made to recognize that his religion carries with it a moral responsibility and a moral commitment to the struggle for full equality." he said. The leaders of American Protestantism. Catholicism, and Judaism have recognized, according to Rabbi Prinz. that "if the churches and synagogues were to play a significant role in our time, they had no choice but to join the great struggle lor racial equality." "If they had not." he added, "they would have forfeited religion's greatest opportunity to bocome a potent force in American life." Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Miracle of the Open Door Saved Them THE story of three centuries of Jewish life on American -oil requires for recording a n ever increasing canvas. for in a way it is the poignant tale and saga not alone ol men but ol man. We all have stories of our beginnings here. Mine is Ihe tale ol escape from a miracle, it was the miracle of the open door, and it happened in the small Ukranian town ol my birth. A peasant and his family of six had been slain by robbers in the night. As the goyim were gathering to vent wrath on the Jewish community for a crime later admitted by the area's most notorious cattle thief, a Jewish coachman harnessed his horses and sped for help to an adjacent town. When the cossaks arrived the mob was going berserk in the market square and. as happened almost always in those czarist days, the supposed defenders of the law joined hands with the pogrom-bent peasants. I %  :,. % %  ;:~tv.' Our home was located djag onally across from the church in the center of the town. Grandmother, a miniature in stature but a giant in courai e and faith, surveyed the situation with penetrating eyes from the open porch and at once decreed the lifting of shutters and the opening of doors. As Ihe front door pivoted, a Jewish lad who had been draw ing water from the cistern in the hear of the house came running in. A peasant, he wept, had threatened lo drown him in Ihe well. We were saved, said pious •lew.-, by the miracle of the open door. Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Yiddish Spoken in Divonne f\IV' f MNE-LES. BAINS is a small township France situated on the French-Swiss border has a native popul; lion of several hundred famil., none of them Jewish. Nevertheless you hear pie. of Yiddish spoken on the main street, which tal< less than f lvfc minutes to walk from one end to t other. The township is picturesque like scenery c he stage in a play showing a small town squa' Here is the bakery, and here is the butcher shoi here is the typical small town French cafe hous and here Is the grocery store: here is the druggisi „ wine store without which no French township exists."" h-nSS r"' ",T Yid lishs P^'" • the K£L? Th '"I !" Gov !" ent f recuperate from shattered nerves. They were either in Nazi concentration camps or work,,! as slave laborers in Nazi enterprises. WOCKCCI


Page 14-A
*Jewisl> flcridUatn
Friday, October 4. 1963
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
"
What Can be Gained from a UN Report on the Armistice?
Jerusalem
TTHE announcement by
United Nations Secre-
tary General U Thant
that he had asked Gen-
eral Odd Bull. Chief of
Staff of the UN Truce
Supervision Organization,
to prepare a report on the
general observance of the
Armistice Agreements be-
tween Israel and the
neighboring Arab states,
has made observers here
wonder as to the purpose of this move.
Judging by past experience, there is very little
Israel can expect from such a report. The inability
of the UN to ensure the full observance of the Arm-
istice Agreements has produced over the years the
tendency to obscure its major provisions and to
force upon Israel the system of selective implemen-
tation
Thus, when the question of Israel's non-partici-
pation in the Israel- Syrian Mixed Armistice Com-
mission is being raised, there is the tendency to
overlook the reason for it: the fact that it followed
Syrian insistence to have jurisdiction over the De-
militarized Zones brought under the Mixed Armis-
t;ce Commission, whereas under the Armistice
Agreement these areas are within the full sov-
ereignty of the State of Israel.
Likewise, when it comes to Israel's non-partici-
pation in the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Com-
mission, there is little inclination" to see the reas-
ons for it: that there is hardly a single provision in
that agreement which has not been contravened by
Egypt.
Israel docs participate in the Israel-Jordan Mix-
ed Armistice Commission. But here. too. the record
is one of violations by Jordan of its major provis-
ions. Included in this agreement is. inter alia,
Article 8, which provides for free access by Israel
lo Mount Scopus, to the Holy Places, to the Mt, ol
Olives Cemetery, etc.all awaiting implementation.
Hut moreover, and above all. there are included
in all the Armistice Agreements two basic provis-
ions. There is Article One. which envisages the
agreement as a transition lo peace; and there is
Article Three, which forbids any party to the agree-
ment from engaging in any hostile activities against
the other.
How do these fundamental provisions square off
wiih the Arab refusal to recognize the existence ol
the State of Israel and move toward peace?
Is it the intention of the Secretary General
by having prepared a report on the general observ-
ance of the Armistice Agreements to rectily this
anomalous situation and see to it that the Armis-
tice Agreements with all their provisions are imple-
mented'.' Or is this report to be used to further try
and force upon Israel the implementation only of
those provisions which are acceptable to the Arabs.
The Fundamental fact is that Israel did not sign
single articles. It signed agreements which she is
ready and willing to comph with and cany out.
And if the forthcoming report is to be an objective
and honest one and one leading to improvement
rather than to deterioration in the situation it will
have i.) hear tin.- fundamental fact in mind.
>J
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Brilliant Jewish Symposium in a Catholic Magazine
RAMPARTS. The National Cath-
olic Journal. 56 pp. Msn'o
Park. Calif.: 1182 Chestnut St.
THE National Catholic jour-
nal. "Ramparts," features in
its autumn issue which appear-
ed on newstands earlier this
month a symposium called
'"The Jew in American Cul-
ture." The symposium, which
consists of three poems and five
articles by prominent Jewish
writers, is an extraordinary
presentation of intellect and
wit; it deserves support and
rapt attention.
It begins with what, line for
line, is probably one of the best
"Jewish" poems in English, by
thi' leading American-Jewish
poet. Karl Shapiro "The Syna-
gogue" is woven with the tex-
ture and feel of an Oriental
tapestry in which Catholicism
and Mohammedanism are the
counter, variant threads: many
people know its unforgettable
last lines: "Our name is yet the
identity of God That storms
the falling altar of the world."
Two shorter poems by Leonard
E. Nathan in his semi-conversa-
tional style bespeak a powerful,
modern voice.
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Three of the articles deal
with the same theme from
slightly different viewpoints.
Maxwell Oeismar's "The Jew-
ish Heritage in Contemporary
American Fiction." Harold I'
Ribalow'- "The Jewish Side of
American Lite." and Leslie
Fiedler's "The Jew as Mythic
American" all look to fiction,
either by or about Jews, for
their analyses. Of the three.
Ribalow's is mainly documen-
tary and sociological in tone:
Geismar's is a somewhat rambl-
ing personal assessment of Jew-
ishness in modern writing;
while Fiedler's mesmerizing, al-
ways dazzling antic intellectual-
ism explains brilliantly the cur-
rent vogue for things Jewish in
terms of the psyches of Amer-
icans and Jews, with a devas-
tating irony at the end. And
heaven help us. I think it's all
Hue
Of the two remaining pieces,
theologian Arthur A. Cohen's
"The Jew. Secularity and Chris-
tian Culture" ranks with Fied-
ler's for sheer brilliance and
fascination: it partly recalls the
clarion "return to the faith" of
his latest book. "The Natural
and Supernatural Jew." but this
is a beggarly oversimplification
of his excellent analysis here of
Jew ish secularization.
"The Jewish Idea." by Tnide
Weiss Rosmarin, a rather ped-
antic essay on Jewish ethical
contribution, is dimmed by the
stellar lights surrounding it. I
admit, however, to an absolute-
ly inelectable prejudice against
any writing style which leans as
heavily on the use of italics,
capitals and quotation marks
tor emotional tone as does hers.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Are Jewish Groups Dragging Their Feet on Integration?
Washington)
I^OES a gai.
"exist be
tween J e w i s h|
leadership ant
the J e w i s r ]
masses in the
present d r i v
for N e :: 11
rights? All ma-
jor Jewish or-
ganizations and every Congress-
man ol Jewish faith is deeply in-
voked in work for passage ol
President Kennedy's Civil Rights
Bill and other steps to promote
integration.
Washington representatives of
such groups as the American
Jewish Committee. Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith.
American Jewish Congress, Jew-
ish War Veterans, NCRAC, and
rabbinical organizations are de-
voting much time to civil rights.
Jewish members ol Congress are
busy drafting legislation and per-
fecting strategy
Yel there are still some Jews
writing their Congressmen and
organizations that Jews should
slow down on backing the Negro
revolution. Their reasons ri
from fear that non-Jewish white
elements will be annoyed to dc-
I rees of conservatism and to ar-
guments that anti-Semitism is
noticeable among Negroes. Such
views, voiced from both North
and South, are relatively few and
far between. But they keep crop-
ping up.
Rabbi Joachim Prinz is one of
three religious leaders who spoke
at the great Aug. 28 March on
Washington and later met with
President Kennedy. This monthi
after assessing results of the
march. Rabbi Prinz reported to
a meeting here of the American
Jewish Congress national govern-
ing council. He is president of
the American Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Prinz warned that "a
profound gap" must be closed
"between the religious leader
who preaches civil rights and the
congregation that does not fol-
low."
"It is the man in the pew
not ihe man in the pulpit who
must be made to recognize that
his religion carries with it a
moral responsibility and a moral
commitment to the struggle for
full equality." he said.
The leaders of American Pro-
testantism. Catholicism, and Ju-
daism have recognized, accord-
ing to Rabbi Prinz. that "if the
churches and synagogues were to
play a significant role in our
time, they had no choice but to
join the great struggle lor racial
equality."
"If they had not." he added,
"they would have forfeited relig-
ion's greatest opportunity to bo-
come a potent force in American
life."
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Miracle of the Open Door Saved Them
THE story of
three cen-
turies of Jew-
ish life on
American -oil
requires for
recording a n
ever increas-
ing canvas.
for in a way
it is the poignant tale and saga
not alone ol men but ol man.
We all have stories of our be-
ginnings here. Mine is Ihe tale
ol escape from a miracle,
it was the miracle of the
open door, and it happened in
the small Ukranian town ol my
birth. A peasant and his fam-
ily of six had been slain by rob-
bers in the night. As the goyim
were gathering to vent wrath
on the Jewish community for
a crime later admitted by the
area's most notorious cattle
thief, a Jewish coachman har-
nessed his horses and sped for
help to an adjacent town. When
the cossaks arrived the mob
was going berserk in the mar-
ket square and. as happened al-
most always in those czarist
days, the supposed defenders of
the law joined hands with the
pogrom-bent peasants.
I .:,. ;:~tv.' ,
Our home was located djag
onally across from the church
in the center of the town.
Grandmother, a miniature in
stature but a giant in courai e
and faith, surveyed the situation
with penetrating eyes from the
open porch and at once decreed
the lifting of shutters and the
opening of doors.
As Ihe front door pivoted, a
Jewish lad who had been draw
ing water from the cistern in
the hear of the house came run-
ning in. A peasant, he wept,
had threatened lo drown him in
Ihe well.
We were saved, said pious
lew.-, by the miracle of the
open door.
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Yiddish Spoken in Divonne
f\IV'fMNE-LES. BAINS is a small township
France situated on the French-Swiss border
has a native popul; lion of several hundred famil.,
none of them Jewish. Nevertheless you hear pie.
of Yiddish spoken on the main street, which tal<
less than flvfc minutes to walk from one end to t
other. The township is picturesque like scenery c
he stage in a play showing a small town squa'
Here is the bakery, and here is the butcher shoi
here is the typical small town French cafe hous
and here Is the grocery store: here is the druggisi
wine store without which no French township exists.""
h-nSS r"' ",T Yid'lishsP^' Ssn n? hntw,0,W,nsh,p? 'Ihiy arc Nazi victims Sl,nt *>" the
KL? Th '"I Govent f recuperate from shatter-
ed nerves. They were either in Nazi concentration camps or work,,!
as slave laborers in Nazi enterprises. wockcci


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Page 12-A +Jewish ncrSdOan Friday. Octpbl*<. 1963 Argentine Jewry Fears Rising Tide of Anti-SemitisimEscorting the Torah Scrolls into the new Young Israel are top row (left to right) No. Miami Beach Councilman Newton Greene; Rabbi David Hill, president of the National Council of Young Israel; Emanuel Ungar, president of the congregation; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader of the congregation; and No. Miami Beach Mayor Arthur Snyder. Bottom row are Ben Lerner, Josaph Margolin, Alex Gooze, Harry Lerner, Dr. Solomon Nussbaum, chairman of the Building Committee, and Milton Gottlieb. Canadian Jewry Lists Big Concerns Continued from Page 1-A other group he listed was books and pamphlets published and distributed by the Huemel Publishing house, including publications sign ed by Father Julio Meinvielle. who has admitted acting as •spiritual adviser" to the Tacuara group. Dr. Schteingart reported that attractively-printed reprints of the Protocols of the Elders of Z : on, I the classic publication of anti-; Semitism were on sale in most bookstores in Buenos Aires. He said that the reprint has the pub-1 lication sources of -.Maximo Pere" but that it was evident that it was j edited by the liuemel House. He j also mentione.l official Catholic publications, such as "Our Lady of Fatima Parish Bulletin." which published such material as that of Juan Mslensek. a priest of Yugo-' slavian origin, which expressed ; •deep hate aga ; nst the Jews" and j simultaneously praised the Tacuara movement. Finally, he cited some nationalistic publications circulating mostly among military forces which, he said, maintained a continuous propaganda on the theme that Communism and Judaism were "two faces of the sarrie medal" and organized "in a vast world conspiracy." OTTAWA — (JTA) — The Canadian Jewish Congress has submitted to the Dominion's Prime Minister, Lester B. Pearson, ai lengthy brief dealing with most "of j the major issues concerning Can adian Jews. Included among the issues were the work of the Government's! Royal Commission on Bicultural i.'m and Bilingualism, immigration, the criminal code, the Bill of Rights, the Human Rights Com! mission, property nationalized by Poland, heirless property, the USSR and its treatment of Jews, | .ind Israel and the Middle East. Premier Pearson received the Jewish delegation in the presence r.l Paul Martin, Secretary of State for External Affairs; Maurice Lamontage, president of the Queen's Privy Council; and Guy Rabbi Schiff Will Chair CD Council Unit in IVHami Rabbi Solo non Schiff, president of the Greater '. iami Ri has been elected chairman of the Religious Affairs ( I, Dade County Civil Defense, in a meeting oi represi lives of the four primary affiliations which sponsor this phase of the Civil Defense acth itj Rabbi Schiff will also serve as Chief of Civil Defense Chaplains' Corps, embracing over 100 clergj men of all faiths who have volunteered to serve in any disaster by ministering to the spiritual needs of the people oi Dade County under emergency conditions. Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob Congregation, serves with Rabbi Sciff as representatives of the Miami Rabbinical Association. Under the direction of the Religious Affairs Council, participating clergymen are organized into appropriate Civil Delense Districts according to the locations of their churches and synagogues, with Head District Chaplains to coordinate activities within the districts. Fabreau. Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. The brief urged the government to "take into account the contribution made by other ethnic groups to Canada'* cultural enrichment." The brief urged the Government "to allow nothing to denigrate the position, rights and privileges | of Canadians and non-AngloSaxon (Celtic) and French ori' gin" and to study amendment of the British North America Act "to include inalienable rights of citizenry under tome Bill of Rights provision as part of the constitution." Referring to the position of Jews in Russia and the Soviet re-, strictions which "inhibit and un dermine the efforts of Soviet .lews to maintain and develop their religious and cultural activity," the brief asked the government to use its good offices l< raise these issues "at appropriate times and m an .-.>:> M rum." The brief also urged th it h criminal co !e take "anotl at provisions banning "latent mosities and hati spreading oi false n< disaffection among groups in Canada and I materials inciting ; gainst any class of per ons II asked that the Governme i co er tightening protection! violations of the Bill of .' stressed the importai ning racial discrimination religious intolerance through a 1'nited Nations resolution. Another brief submitted jointly by the Canadian Jewish Congress and the United Zionist Council dealt with Middle Eastern questions as they affect the "security and the well-being of Israel and the Middle Eastern neighborhood as a whole." This brief sought to elimirate Israeli Arab border tensions dealt with the imbalance of arms being shipped into the Middle East region and called attention to "the unresolved Arab refugee problem and its implications for the future." The Canadian Jewish Congress delegation was led by Michael Garh .. presidenl of the CJC. and included Monroe Abbey, Harold Lande, Sai Cherniack, Samuel Uarvery, David Slater, Lavy M. Becki r, Sj Iney M. Harris and ; iyes. The dele |ation which brief was led ..!.' ep i N, of the United l ol ( anada. AMERICAN ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE ti ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Sehwarti Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools A Private Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 ^WWWWWWWWvW^ /erend I. 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Page 12-B *Je*isl flcridiain Friday. October 1 1963 J^jar ^/Vlitzvah Barry Abbott Parent! of the celebrant, Mr. Bar Mitzvah ot Barry Alexander and Mrs. Joseph If. Solomon, 730 Abbott will be celebrated on Sat iii-day morning. Oct. 5. in the main sanctuary of Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will | Evin Kraus officiate at the ceremony and also Dr. Irving Lehrman will be o.tipresent the Ner Tamid award to dating rabbi at the Bar Mitzvah 'he celebrant. One of the youngeremo y ot Evan, son of Mr. and est Eagle Scouts in the U.S., Barry Mrs. Oscar Straus, on Saturday leceives the highest honor of the 'orning, Oct. 5, at temple Emanu Boy Scouts of America for "knowl%  El. edge, devotion and service to re-1 Evjm g an eigh(h gradc sUuk ul ligious faith. Calatrava Ave.. will be hosts at a luncheon to honor of their daughter toliovving the ceremony. Marc Suaman Paula Solomon [van Krous Jeffrey Robinson studies in the Temple's* conlirma : on class. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Friedman and An eighth grade student at Pal mctto Junior High, the Bar Mitzvah is interested in music and plays the drums in the school band. Following the service. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abbott will host the Kiddush, to be served in the Sukkah and the social hall, in their son's honor. Paula Solomon Bas Mitzvah of Paula Lee Solomon will take place on Saturday morning, Oct. 5, at Temple Beth Am. with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiating. An eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Paula plays clarinet in the school band. w ill host the Kiddush in their son's honor following the ceremony. it Nautilus Junior High, where he S a member of the Science Club. Hher interests include fishing, •lectronics and building gas-pow•red motor planes. A reception in honor of the celebrant will be held Saturday everecently at Temple Menorah Barry Abbott Wayne lencer n in 1576 Daytonia Rd., Marc is Earle Robinson. Jeffrey fa a stuI'Sident.1rSSSta Junior High dent In the Temple', confutation a graduate of the Hebrew class of 572D. Academy. Wayne teneer Wayne I. Lancer "ill celebrate Jeffrey Robinson Marc Sussman Rabbi Leon Kronish will officillis "" B ar Mitzvah on Saturday A reception and dinner at the | ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey mornin g, Oct. 5. at Temple Israel. officiating..' Sholom. ning at the Deauville Hotel. Ronald Friedman Saturday morning services. Oct. '. at Temple Zion will include the iar Mitzvah of Ronald Friedman. .vith Rabbi Allied VVaxman offici'itin" Proposals and suggestions for An eighth grade student at new an( j improved ways of proJlades Junior High, the celebrant | v iding welfare services for Jewish children of the Southeastern states Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry SussSon of Mrs. Louis Zarch and Carillon Hotel followed the Bar Robinson during services Saturday wjth Dr Joseph Narot Mitzvah of Marc Aaron Sussman morning. Oct. 5, at Temple ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ I encer. 350 S. Shore Dr., the celebrant is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High. Following the ceremony a reception and formal luncheon at Miami Springs Villas will be held in Wayne's honor. Miami Family Service Leaders Join Atlanta Agency to Study Welfare Needs s a violinist in the school orches I -a. He plans to continue his Sukkoth Gaes Back to Our Ancient Harvest Festivals were made to the Jewish Children's Service at its 87th annual meeting at the Americana Hotel in Atlanta. Ga. Attending as participants of the Greater Miami area were Mrs. Leo Ackerman. elected a regional vice president of the organization; Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, presiI dent of Jewish Family and ChilBy RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX of our people to become a reality dren's Service of Greater Miami; Why is it customary to adorn the Sukkah with various sorts of decoration? The basis of this practice is drawn from the Biblical statement in the Song of Moses which proclaimed -This is my God, I will glorify Him." (Ex. 15:2). This is Claimed by the rabbis in the Talmud to mean that whatever commandment we perform should be done in a dignified and artistic w.y instead oi being crudelj performed. Thus saj the rabbis, one should have a beaut ful Sukkah well as %  > beautiful Esrog on the Sukkoth festival I 131 as the bird comes from its egg. Why is a special prayer recited upon entering the Sukkah each time which spells out an invitation to seven Biblical guests to join us, i.e., Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Aaron, David? This seems to be a practice originated in the Kabbalah. Some claim that it is a general reference to the call for hospitality on Leon D. Fisher, executive director of JFCS. and Robert Foreman, director of budgeting and planning of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. At the meeting, Mrs. Burton Goldstein and Sam Goldstein uere reelected members of the board of Jewish Children's Service. Counseling clinics for adolescents and parents, specialized toster homes for disturbed teen-agers, group treatment homes, circuit in conjunction with Jewish Family and Children's Service of Miami, and will be ready by the early part of 1964 to serve six to eight emotionally disturbed adolescent boys. Hialeah Youth Is Top Musician A 15-year-old Hialeah boy is a clarinetist of such prodigious capability, that he has already formed his own •'combo." playing professionally at many civic, religious, and social functions here. He is Abraham Elliot Weinstein. of 853 E. 22nd St., Hialeah. son of Mrs. Rebecca Weinstein. Abe has been studying clarinet for the past seven years, and is now a student of William Klinger, first chair clarinet of the L'niver^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ !" sity of Miami Symphony OrchesNOAH NACHBUSH, well known recordHarbour Island Off 79th Street Causeway MANY MONTHS FREE LIVING SPECIAL CONCESSIONS FOR LONG-TERM LEASE) Beo'ififuf, Spacious Aperlrr-m Furnished or Unfurnished Blscayae Boy Waterfront Fishing Dock, Poof, tleva>r Private Perking FEW VACANCIES PL 8-8818 7945 EAST DRIVE HARBOUR ISLAND !hi part of each Jew on every holi] riding caseworkers, and sub-regionday. These sewn were known for j a | or zona | casework services were their hospitality and thus their spirits are invited to join us as we piactice this Mitzvah of inviting guests. Some have made it a practice to hang up the seven fruits with Othaas claim that since Sukkoth winch the Holy Land h;;s been i the festival on which prayers >ed. This has been considered for rain are offered, these seven me to in a symbol of the barare invited into the Sukkah to provest which takes place in the i all vide us at least with the virtues of of the year li is recorded that, a good ancestoi so that the Alfor some reason, the Maharal ol Prague did not look with favor up among the programs considered by the repesentatives from the five sliite region including Florida. Georgia, North Carolina. South Carolina. Virginia, and Washing ington, DC, served by Jewish! Children's s rvice. A progress report on the development of a Group Home was given by Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, mighty will send plentiful rain and of Miami. The Group Home proupon his people the blesject is being undertaken by the on the practice of hanging fruits in ?ing of prosperity, the Sukkah — perhaps because it may have resembled some pagan practice in an ancient harvest festival. Why do some hang figures that resemble birds in the Sukkah? Atlanta Jewish Children's Service This practice has been considered to be a symbol of the prophecy of Isaiah who said: "As birds hovering, so will the Lord of Hosts protect Jerusalem.' %  Hanging the birdlike form is thus symbolic of the protection of the Almighty. Some would make bird figures out of egg shells with beautiful coloring to hang in the Sukkah, perhaps because the egg is the potential source of bird life and we live in hopes for the potential deliverance |[BU.TO/V7 IIMARINARA } works wonders SAUCE %  MOTLIS* 1 with Slew BUITONI MARINA RASAUCEu tra. Abe has also been a regular member of the clarinet section of the Miami Beach Symphony for the past three years, making him the youngest musician in the orchestra. For the past two summer seasons, he has played at th? Guilford Musical Arts Center of Gu'lfoid College in Greensboro, N.C., where he was 1 awarded the "Outstanding Musician" and "Outstanding Clarinetist" citations. His combo, the "Sophisti-Kats," performed at the recent convention of the Disabled American Veterans in the Carillon Hole!. His other musical affiliations include Hialeah High School Symphonic Band. Miami Symphonic Society, North Miami Symphony Orchestra, and All-Miami Youth Symphony, which he entered at age 11, again making him the youngest musician in that group. inc ortist, and Mrs. Sarah Nocttbush, representative of the publications: Jewish Frontier and MMttreSM. arrived in Miami Beach. Address: 7710 Abbott Ave., Apt. 10 Phone 864-3654 Young Attractive Girl for Liquor Store SvO PER WEEK. IVi.'/ Train If MSCSSSS* '. 2130 S.W. 1st Street Yomen at Emanu-El i A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 ISRAEL IN COL0> Beautiful films in I or 16mm. Parades, Festivals, Holidays, and various subjects. 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Page 6-A vjewist ihrHtun Friday. October 4, 1:331 Advisory Council of Temple Beth Shirah will honor members of the Temcle Choir for t>ir performance during the High Holy Days. Expression of appreciation will be on rriday. Oct. 4. in the Beth Shirch Sukkah. To b^ honored are (left to right) Mel Goldstein. Lillian Conrad, Joan Katz, Pearl Alderson, Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb. Claire Shore. Marvene Christman, Dorothy Kay. Wendell Alderson. Warren Broome, Gary Glick. Michael Jamison, Fred Abel. Bernard Friedland, Allen Timberlake, Alan Fried, Caren Alderson. Jay Glick, Roger Brooks, and Stanley Kaplan. Play About Pope Opens in Basle Continued from Page 1-A Ro"al Shakespeare Company, presenting it at the Aldwych Theater, released a statement by Dr. Albert Schweitier in which the Noble Prize winner said that not only the Catholic Church but also the Protestant Church was guilty of "simple acceptance of the persecution of the Jews." Dr. Schweitier called the play "a judgment on a historical figure who invited the greatest responsibility upon himself." He called the piay "an alarm call to our age which is sinking into inhumanity and unawareness." He said all humanity was guilty in the Nazi genocidr and that the Catholic Church "bears the great, er guilt." because as an interna-1 tional organization, it "could have taken some action." At the Lord Chamberlain's re• quest, the Royal Shakespeare Company also printed on all programs for the performance "an authoritative Catholic opinion" on the issues involved in the play. Each program includes a lengthy letter written by Pope Paul VI to a Catholic publication on June 21. The i letter ends with the words: "Let some men say what they will, the reputation of Pius XII as a true Vicar of Christ as one who tried to cany out, as far as he could Iho mission entrusted to him. will not be affected. But what is the gain to art and culture when the theater lends itself to injustice of this sort?" The Royal Shakespeare Company also included in the sunplcment quotes from a sharp attack on the play by Desmond Fisher, editor ol the Catholic Herald. The play is also scheduled to be performed in one of the Broadway theatres ir. New York this fall. A stroni defense of the late Pope Pius' wartime attitude toward the Nazis, and a sharp attack on Hochhuth is contained in a pamphlet writted by a former oificial of the British Legation at the Vatican published by the Catholic Truth Society. Sir Alex Randall, former secretary of the legation, accused the West German playwright of "crude Has" and "obsessive dislike" of P.us XII. S ; r Alex contended that Hitler could hive done even worse since it the time he had several million more Jews in his grasp and that he could have vented his fury on Christians too. The British writer asserted that the Pope had in mind the example of the Dutch hierarchy who "by their vigorous protests against the deportations ol Dutch Jews caused 'he Nazi governor to deport also the Catholic Jews." ?erkel Joins leach Branch 'Y' Full-Time Staff Marvin l'erkel has joined the tall of the Miami Beach YMHA Jranch as a full time professional roiip worker, it was announced by %  :fraim H. Gale, executive director if the Greater Miami "Y." Perkel recently completed gradigte training and received his %  "aster's degree in social group vork at the Graduate School of ocial Work. Rutgers State Unicrsity. Perkel will supervise the AfterI School and Senior Citizens Divis! ions at the Beach "Y." He will staff the Golden Age Friendship Club and also supervise volunteers and specialists in other senior cit%  izen activities, as well as in the various after-school activities of children of elementary school age. Prior to coming to the Miami area, Perkel was connected with th< Educational Alliance in New York, where he worked in the children's program and summer camp. He also worked with mentally retarded adolescents in the Johnstone Training and Research Center in Bordentown. N. .1 Perkel and his wife, Zelda. have made their home in Dade County. Community Singers Rehearse Miami Beach Community Sing crs. under the direction of its new conductor and musical director. Hirsh Marchbein-Marbiny. have started weekly rehearsals in the Bandroom of the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School every Thursday evening at 7:45 p.m. Vacancies now exist in the base, tenor, alto and soprano sections. MAft/iN PERKfl SHERATON TEL AVIV HOTEL TEL AVIV, ISRAE. Enjoy a modern holiday in lit Holyland, at this smart resort hcV beside the tabled Mediterranea Completely air conditioned. SA mingpool.MaccabeanRoom'eatj' ing both Kosher and Continent cuisine. For reservations confiring room and rate, call your Tra. j! Agent or nearest Sheraton Ho'e In Miami, Call 379-6454 'Withdrawn 1 Book To be Published By Special Report CHICAGO—Henry Regnery Company, publishers. Monday announced its decision to proceed with publication of "'Strange Way Home." controversial novel by Nancy W. Faber. (See The Jewish Floridian. Sept. 27. Page 2-A: also. "Browsing With Books." by Hilary Mindlin. Page 14-A.) Scheduled for publication on Sept. 30. the hook was withdrawn last week following what Regnery called "criticism from leaders and or laymen representing the Catholic. Protestant, and Jewish faiths, from irate relatives of the novel's central character, who is still living as a member of a CathNo. County T Fall Program Registration for the fall protram lor boys and girls in elementary school is now under way at the North County Y.M and YWHA. 24036 NE 6th Ave. Howard Hareolis, youth activities supervisor. th : s week invited nil boys and girJs in the first through sixth grades to join the special interest programs after school and o:i holidays in the "Y's" after-school pro rani. Activities include Play Club for first and second grade boys and tirls, and Science and Nature for fifth and sixth graders on Mondav afternoons. Tuesday afternoon will feature Ceramics and Creative Arts for third and fourth graders. Semi-private Judo instruction for first through sixth graders will be offered Tuesday evenings. A creative Adventures Class will be held for first and second graders on Wednesday afternoons. Mademoiselles, a fifth and sixth grade Girls Friendship Club. and the Sportsmen, an activity hobby club for fifth and sixth grade boys, will meet Wednesday evenings. Friday afternoon, there will be I two sections for ballot, the first fcr beginners and the second section for advanced students. The third and fourth grade Girls Homemaker Club and third and fourth grade Bovs Explorers Club will meet on Friday afternoons also. All afternoon programs will begin at 3:30 p.m.. with the exception i of the beginning ballet class, which starts at 2:30 p.m. All eveI ning programs will start at 7 p.m. olic order in Canada, and from persons whose identity and basis ; for criticism were nebulously defined." Regnery previously had sent some 300 copies to reviewers throughout the nation. In a letter to Hilary Mindlin, book editor of The Jewish Floridian, Mrs. Faber had charged that the book was being withdrawn "because of outside pressures based on three minor procedural errors" in the story relating the kidnaping of a Jewish youngster from well-to-do parents living in New York by a zealous tutor, who took him to Canada, where he was brought up as a Catholic priest. Declared the publishers Monday, in reversing their decision not to publish the book: "'No cause of justice r discretion can conceivably be served by denying publication to an author whose consummate integrity has produced a fictional work based on an actual incident, which neither invades the privacy of the principals involved nor Judges the religious issues with other than sympathetic compassion." Publication date has now been advanced by the Regnery firm to Oct. 14. HADASSAH SEVEN-DAY CRUISE Via S. S. Jerusalem January 4th TO SAN JUAN Puerto Rico ST. 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Friday. October 4. 1963 +Je*istt i/cridfiatrj Page 15-E Rabbinic Panel to Answer Queries LEGAL NOTICE Innovation on the "Still Small Voice" television program aver VVCKT, Ch. 7, this Sunday, at 10 a.m., will be a panel of rabbis who xx ill answer questions previously submitted by viewers. Presenting the Orthodox point of view will be Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Congregation Beth El. and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, sponsors of the weekly program: Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Congregation Beth David, the Conservative viewpoint; and Rabbi Morris Skop. of Temple Beth Shirah. and past president of the Rabbinical Association, the Reform viewpoint. Education Series At Temple Judea Temple Judea Board of Education is planning an intensified approach to adult education for Temple members during the coining weeks, Rabbi Mordecai Podet announced this week. Starting Oct. 6. and continuing through Nov. 3. guest lecturers x.ill appear at Sunday morning coffee-forums to be held at 10 a.m. in the Temple's reception hall. Subject this Sunday. "Catholicism," will be presented by Dr. Gilhell i Farley, of the University of Miami Graduate School of Education. V series of talks on the philosophy and development of Reform Judaism will be given by Rabbi I'odet during social hours folloxvite Friday evening services on Oct. 4. Nov. 1. and Dec. b". IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Moderator will be Rabbi Alfred bL RSX,l^%S\ A %2f !" Z E F i waxman, of Temple Zion. and ; COUNTY, IN CHANCERY |cxecut,ve vice president of the IK,I.I^R HAV&MXK OP Itahbimcal Association. THIS CITY of SEW YOIIK Plain tin Oli i t u a horofcAlJ R. HKI.1.. el ux, ,t at, r i e s H.-fcuAaiit - n..i,H. .1 thai the LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ih.it LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ISIVF.N llu il. %  tiuUfeCMKiiuJ, desiiin;: la rniatr In the unil, i --Uiii.-.i. •)• alrlag 1" engagi business under Hi,. fictitious name ..f l.u.-in.-. under the fictitious num.0 II. I">R.XI><> A ITS., at 1013 N.E. I-IIANK PHH'Ph REALTY at H> i'*: 11 '. 1 s _' r '''''. N Miami Beach, Ha., Langford iil.lu.. .Miami, l-la., intendto register Bald name with the Clerl ..r Hi. Circuit Court ..f Hade Count) K rlda. i I:\.\KI.IN i: PHIPPS Soli owner 10 I-I1-1--2 X\> .Il, il Sept. :i". Riverside. PASS, Isadore, TT. 6H71 .M.IK. ii Ave., ill..I Sept. JO. s, ,-,•,.., In New York. Kiveisj le. BANEN. Peter, M, .,f 2101 ColHna ;it"..i ap<1i.iu*.i *avtfon lias been ui-tiin.il at^inat you in ih. Circuit 'Vnirt ..f in. K|< %  r n th Judicial I'lrenll f ptorfdH in and 1 mr D.wle cnnitty to fi .•. %  .•!•.-• a im.rtjfa'a.i i|...n the followIntend to register aaid name wfth Hi Clerk i.f the ('in lilt Court of Hade Count) Kli.rnla A I lit. \ MAM SAME? ANNIE h'AMET KII. ll .".le. Myers, Helman, Kaplan ft Catsman Atl..iii.-.. i... Applicant %  IKS S.W, 1st Bt., .Miami 1 1-11-18-23 Ave. Services, in I.moth, .Minn, tjorinK described i.;, 1 pHopert • l..n ELIAS. .liiBStrtl. II.-,, 0 f v.i,, Washini-M'.n Avi i i.ir Ion, WILMERDOERFER. .Mrs. Rai-oHtla, M. pi iOBO SW iih Si. Cordon. DUBOWN. Mrs. Sylvia. 51, or 1iM will St. !ti\. rslWe. EPSTE.N, Sam, 65, of 1338 Euclid Ave. X. unian. r.oi i; m Hindi -_••; SCOTT LAKE MANOR, SECTION rol'K. aoenidInir I., the Plat thereof, recorded In I'lat RdoU i.a at lam G3 of the Culllie Records ..f Hade County, Florida. Vi.ii are required t.. rile your an%  xvr to plalntili .-. complaint uith the 1 i. i. %  •! ih. afon said c "oort, and opy thereof u|ion plaintiff's NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY c.lXK.N that the underalgned, desiring t., engage. Ii hualneaa under the fictitious name of NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVEN tha 11.*underalgned, desiring t. engage, i' huslnes* under the fictitious name o 1 '"PIONEER" at 14357 N.W. 17th Ave nue, 'i|.a Locka, Florida, Intend t. regiater said name with the Clerk ... the Circuit Court of Hade County six COSMETICS a KK.W'TY VIMS | !'"' < %  l "" u at IL'54 N.E, l!lrd Street. No, Miami """' %  m lv ., „.,,, ,o,.„ Reach lnten.l> t.. relater ai.l .,. i-V-, %  • %  .. ,'i-, %  NEWMAN. Maurice M. SO, ..f i:::.-, "tlornei MARTIN I INK, iiih Ploor, lliariiti Hi Rlveralde Hade Keileral Ruildlna, Miami ::L'. BASKIN, Harris, 80, of 1195 Marseille •""' %  'Ida iiol later than November 5th. with Hi. clerk of the Circuit Court of l lade County, Florida. SIN BEAl'TY & BARBER SI1HI.Y I'II, INC. i A l-'la. Corp.) 10 I-11-1S-23 IT. HI. .i sep,. s*, S.-IM. ,s HI .s, v York. Itlveralde. GOLDFINE, Mm Jennie, ^". of !"il AM., died s. |.t. j>8. Rh-erCullin K ill LEGAL NOTICE IHB3, or II I ree Pro Conteaao will Ii, in. r. .1 am insi you. I IA I 1. 1' k-tober I. 1963. C. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk •.! the Circuit Court (ai all By: C. P. ci H'KI.AM I Heput) Clerk MARTIN KINK Atcorne) for Plaintiff nth Ki... r Hade Federal mds. Miami ::L'. HTorMa 1" I-11-1S-25 NOT.CE OF PUBLIC SALE Not lei ihereby given b) the unni .1 Hun on i K'tnlH r l % %  : Tag No AI It :.i>. state of Washington, I D. I'11.-',.:. .. lied b> .la nil Colll i s "I*" street, T Washington, *P" Uea anioun Inn to n ... .,., ? ~ %  ,,.,,,,.,. .. CALM MOTORS A.M. liARAHK ^ A .1 I.II I: HAMILTON, in i ii '• '' ndnnt. NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON YOL', WALTEH H ll \Mli. r, IN, CIRCUIT COURT, :ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 10076 HELEN l.. HAMILTON. P alntlff, EVA WELL1SCH KURT WELL18CH Alii rin-y for Heinz and Eva Welllaeh 1" l-ll-li-L' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 63C 9904 (John J. Kehoe) At'ZANNE l.AM'l and CARLO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under the fictitious name of LANIM, her huaband, STANLEY MKI.HA ASSOCIATES at Plalntlffa, ..M.I Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, vs. florlda Intends t.. r. ui.-t.i -.n.i nami ROBERT R. BROWN and "Itii tinClerk of the Circuit Court I MoNSBRRATE BROWN, his wife, •I Psdc Conniv, FI." Ida |.i.NNKT-Mi;i.HA-ni:i.l.AClv ASSi ,i IATKS. INC Mil.ToN A 1-HII-HMAN Attol n. y f,T Applicant 1111 Ain-l.y Bldg. Miami, 1 loiida 1„ 1-H-lJi :-. NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Ni • TII 'K IH lli-.l;i.i;1 i;|\ i \ i|, ,, Ii KI ed, .1. ; in.to eligugi in I I.-III. ~. Ml, I I 11,. Ii, ,||;,, |^ ,,.,,,I,. ,,| •'EH ll 'En AI PLI ,\.|: REPAIR i,, xli „ ... *si s.w n,i, ,..,,. Mi.,,,,,. ,.,a., ; '.\,i ,' h V:'. ,. Ii ii,. L'nkni iw n notlfleil to serve a copy of your to Divorce Complaint filed -a 'i-i i ••'! on i 'lanuli: actoi ne) CEORCE NICHOLAS, "IJ N VV. ,-tli rlglnal r before ZOA Plans Several Events At a mooting of the Presidents Council of the Creator Miami His tricts of the Zionist Organization of America, presided over by Council Chairman AJ Ossip on Wednesday evening at the Shelborne Hotel, plans for the new year were formulated. Abraham Grunhut, of the Miami Beach District, tourism chairman, nnounced thai the annual cruise nl the ZOA Districts will take place this year Jan. 18 through 25 • m the ss Jerusalem. The cruise this year will include St. Thomas and San .loan Vnnual concert of the ZOA districts, proceeds '.* Ji sh Rephun, pas) president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, was ap pointed arrangements chairman. UM Names New Concertmaster %  %  I^THbA, Clerk KI-SS,,:K.;IAKS %  "' ,! > ,:.:;„',;; ; .;:; ^ AX '•' %  'for u:c Prndlng Co Inc %  ,„ ,, ,. .,l" i-i i-i-:':, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LLEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. KM AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9CW4 1 Hi: W II.I. i \.\l.-i.i i;,;|| SAX i\,;.ILVNK PhrinriTf \ JACK I %  .\l \ Vi: and VKI.ll \ I MA VIJS, 1 %  ntlunt NOTICE OF SUIT H I I.., I M.i nnd \ InlH I S\ 111 %  i, I •n. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63C 10538 THE Wll. 1.1 X.MSI.l II ;ll \\ i\.;.u \\K II III! \ ill. ..M \> \ PATRICK, • %  I I'.ii,I. .in NOTICE OF SUIT I'I A-:,, i I; i i IIn H ltd I:. .,' \ c.i t ifMin, hia wll Vu ii X • .i .II Ilele.i) mil ll I hi al..-. • a j.ii'.n. ,t aeti a h.i I..-, II iiiNOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITU 'K is HKRKBY t ;i\ KN that I hi iiini. ,-mi..I. oeHillnil In enitHRi ill bUHini >undi r %  he fictitioua 1111 SKLlH si II .r. s-.u.iiA ni s.s I.UKI.III H I Mall. Miami iteaeh :•. Ha InT. ids lu reKliu nami with ihe 'I. rk ..l Un c;,,.,in Court ..i I I '.lllll.v l-"|.,ii,la i.i'.i:ii >. i.\i' a i'i,, Ida Corp. Sole '' n. r IAll. k'WITNICY Attorney for la e-Jo, Ine. ISU l.ine..|n I! XMtillJ I a a, h : v I'la ltl/1 S-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICK IS HHRLHV CIVKN thai hi n.,i. i-:_m-d. rteMiina l,. ennnxi In lu-in.—s under the ili-iUlnim nan..of i a IRAL RliHilC All s al -'. %  s VI i ii MI., Miami, i toridii inn r*'n ,i said nan,, with thi clerk >.f Ih, Cln ull '' i u( I la Ii i i-|...i.la. L'ARRl %  I:NTI:RI'RISKS, INC a I• %  i.i. ,,• > .i a II ItOllKKT Ivi il.l'Nl i\\ \ %  in | •'," i • \I:I:I %  B.\'TKRl*rtlSES I \ 1101 Hi.-, a ,ii, II .Miami. l-|,,r,.la ii i; NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW know the'i in"titiiti I -i you in thi CIrt-uil XtiTICK IS HKR IMV CIVKN thai known -|...u-..-. II ii\iiiH n,| ii C'.url i,f the Kleventh .i.nli.iai i'i, ill nil %  : %  ni r i %  .., in dead, the unknown helm, devis"' Florida In and for Hiuli ..HUM %  ,, i %  n.-u ,,-:'., ir....,.— :., lleimrH fi'ii'i'liwi' a linn inwKI "ItLL REALTY .', .. i ha eredll r ..ih. i la in :,, ,| i. il i r tj I ,i 1.1. A I "r> .,; • I. • %  llliH'k SCI ITT I.AK E Miami I:. aeh, i Inten MA.Noll SECTION (INK, i rdltiK Bald name ,vlth I hi Clerk nl thi t'lr to III. I-I. II Ih. I i| in rial Hook ., al I'IIKI 7" ..r ih. r i"I I "I'llC (y, I together itli Siihiirlian iian Wall T>|ii .'v.ii Model 'Hi N S-11S;|I. !<>N \ El'STKIN ban I HIII in i • :.iSurf mi Mti rn. Her i un MIHI, I 711 .\., :,23; I lot|H.int l: %  .%  • %  ,ii..iNo. 7: 1 m '. %  .. Venetian I'nri VVati r Heati r Modi I \ \ x ..a a • i... i ,. ,i •., r i, \ ..in nnii ,i.i %  %  r i" i'i nl ii i".. i.ni|iln Int ,v ith thi I ih,. elk nI th. ,i il 'niirt, .m.i i al. Di i. ii.lniils. AMENDED NOT'CE OF SUIT To Ri H1KRT It. IIROWN and MON KEKKATE BROWN, IIIH wift In.-.i. si. I. nee ai •unknow n nnd iill partieH elain ing interertB l.\. ilu ..null, under "r asaine IliiltERT I! IIROWN nnd MON SERR \ i'i-: UK, l ^^ N. hi" Ifi ..mi all i' i • %  < A\ Inn nr claim in.: I., ha v an) i i-lii. i \t\e o .-t In ili i.:-,],, rty h, %  Ii wrlbed. Vi.I ARK HRREH1 Nl ITIFIEH tha nil has I..-, n brouuhi nxninyl yi b si /.\SSi: LANIM and CARLO 1-A-N ll io foi close rn, \. i %  %  in. m fo Heed "ii ih-' following il.-. : ii.i-.l prop .in, to Lot 7. In I'.' %  ., I. •,. t.f IMNEWOOl I'ARK i-:\"i"i:.\'si. i\ :, cording t. the Hint thereof, recorded in I'hc llmik 34, I'aee si. of thi I'ubllc K. • i.r.is i,i I i.i.i.i • %  tuns. Ilorlda .H.I you • • required to -i \. a •• >p of your nrthWei to ih. Amended Com plaint ui".n the I'laintlffa' uttorneya I'RKH AN'I' NEWMAN KOaHadi Ked .;-.ii Building, Miami -. Florida, %  file ill l uiriiil answer In the offlci ..I iinci.-i-k ..f the cir.int Court Hade County Courthouse, Miami. Flor Ida, on or > .,-r.-.,. the S*th da) ..i Del ober, I'.ii-',. If >"ii fall t>. l< no, I >.-. i % %  Pro Confi -will in i ii %  %  • ngainal you fnr the reilel demandei n the Oi %  %  !• ,i Cbtl Hated this -' •! day ..( Se| %  I! H I.KATIIK'IM \.V i' •• k nf ih. i 'ireiill "..in t l wide Count). Floi i .. B) K. M. I.YM \.N Clerk I'RKH AND NEWMAN .i lorld 27 ant, l liming '.i. through, • i i of i hi nbo\ %  II i'ii,| III ni mlu hn il ,1, %  •a-. .1. T'"i I thai the IIIMIVI ,i|iii .a, ,i n-i i, II h ibei n In.1 .I'11,-1 I II Ml C|,. U|| • r the Kle-i nth .1 idl, In I Circuit .•! I' i Ida Ii lade County in ipmi Hi. In ,i real pi*opei i \ : 1 %  • • '• ck 13, I'INE THE : MAN OR. SI CTH IN I'HKEE H '..in i ,,i 11 ,.i, 'nin RI HI 1.1. RK VIJTY %  I i I %  ,.. in i II 11. „ I >n di t rve a ei ii ,y i h en > MARTIN KINK, 14th Floor, Ith the "iiih Kem | j. court, ''•' ""' '•"' r inn Xi.vi i her Sth, th n i i|M.ii i..., : nr u lieer.M i'ro I M M'.l'l N I !N K, 14th I '1 V'OU. I Miami 32, HATKH ;,il, I'. i.l-: VTIIKRM \ N uill "ill I %  %  1 • \ I I : i %  Sept, I".. I II LEATHERMAN Clel irt I.ANH %  MARTIN KINK il I'I %  .. i ..i Clerk f the Circuit i I I'KI.ANIl I MARTIN FINE Mi., II. • .1 Plaintiff l ith Fl"..i IM.I. K. di .,! Miami 12 i-i" ., In i-'' be ban ed. NOTICE UNDER FICT.T.OUS NAME LAW Nl "TICK IS IIERI \ thai ml. %  ri iig, Miami. 1 rlda. ll. ENOINERKINH RKl'RoHrci i.N '" > ', 1 SKR\ Ii l> .ii 129 N \\ Ith We., M ai I la., in: lid t., i .%  :. r -,u,| rain. With I hi Clerk %  i I" • 'llcllll out l of I 'ade Count) !• loi Ida. UEl IRISE TRKNCHKR I'HILIP A l'i:i.l >MA.\ Parl in m In I-11-H-2.1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLEVENTH JUD CtAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C-8707 (V.inn) I S HLKASl IN. I H an Admin i r Veteran* \(t lira, an %  Iffleei i : he i ited Statea ol and i nd th. II ..--I-H-. i Intlff, \ B. i II VKLKS I.. I7\ KISS III. T i\. I '• ; %  n lant NOTICE OF SUIT lUI.ES I.. EVKRS, .IR. and i:TT \ MAE RVEKS Si %  %  i VOI \l: ". HKRKBY Nl rTIKIKP To All Ci.-.ii..,raii.l Aii I'. %  -.. I., ,.n brought against nr-: I. ,ii...i I ., .,•. ,Vgain • -I S. OI.BASON, JR., na Admin I ;-:., %  Affairs, an i You are hei i b> noi I i. .1 nn I er of thi Uni H .i aii' n amis %  hi. h nr lb. r .. -i"n-. to fon rlosi %  Ihi eal • %  i RKHA B Hi 'I'I MAN ng th. Rillow lltlj %  i. %  i %  '..iini i I Ida, t,. the • Lot 33. In Itloek 16, m lIKr \l d •! ninty, iin I : in.In ilupllTION TO t'AROL CITY, a ceo call unI iprn> Ided In Sectloi i d I m I'lat U So, al %  hi 'ounl -, Bade Coun • • -i I todi Coui ly, ] t). Flo Ida, \> • iin -i\ i en lai •!,. time Ihi publication hereof, ur thi witn. will .-, r A Ith the Clerk nf thi CI IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 60 347-C l\ RE It BA ll in •: %  I'M \ N NOTICE TO CRED TORS CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE D SSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA In ALL I',. WHOM TIIKSi: PRESENTS SHALL coMK, I:I;I:I:IIN.;S \'. Ii. i. nn M C I .1 \X. 1 A.MI'A. I I.i tltlll X I I. CoXX l.i:s. TAMPA, I i-.HMl'A. M \I:II: w INNINtiHAM, TAMPA, FLORIDA; did .n the 2Hth NOTICE UNDER ,I|V i .i.,1, \ H I'll,;, cause t,, FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW in Incorporated under the laws ,.f the NOTICR is HEREBY' H1VBN that Florida TAMPA CRuWN the under signed, ,deli Ing to engag. In buaiiieaiI uh"der"theViot'ltlJia 'name of ,-,,,, da, al ih ..il i "otiri Ii -, In Mlnnil F lm Ida, on %  • hefoi Bt, 15 nd I ,i ,,,,|,\ .a NIL I. ii, n M X' i :RS HBIM XN, I. XI'I.AN & %  X'I'SMA.N ,, i lu Ing, 1 — iv i i .Streel din Mori la, on or bi fo Bald date, .. i e<|Ulred b) i h, law .• a ni in .1.. .-... the com .. ]" i plaint ill !" taken B %  mfi Bed hj \. .ii and a Decree Pro Confeaao wll NOTILE UNDER be entered ngalnal you for the relle FICTITIOUS NAME LAW demanded ii thi eomnlulnt. SOTICK is HKRRKY iilX'LN thai HATBU thla 24th day of Beptembel ih. im.i. i-ii;m il. deairing t.. engage In : : P LEATHERMAN XX' AL i'i :i: c KtiY'NER \ EM utor KOVNKR ,s M VNNHEI MKR Vttorm i for i:-•,,ii "i ll.i.a H. Hoffman 300 I luponl I 'I ,7. i r Ml mil 32, ll"i da changing its corporate name to PAMARVIN I."WIENER.* Eaq. LEY ^ ROUT, INC., anil whereBB 13 Alnaley I'.ldg'.. Miami, lla Minn corporation did on ih.L'.'.HI .la> AII..IUI.I for JaCk Barnes of Heptember, A I,. i:..;:i. cause Io. Iarid A. M Brettler riled In the office ol the Secretary in I-11-1S-2-". :' State ,.f the MUI, ,.f Klorlda, the documentary authorlt) required under Si."%  s. r 7. Piorida Statutes, showIng tindissolution of such corporal i.Mi ,N... ih, lore, ih.Secretary of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTICK IS HEREBY rtlVEN that tin undersigned, dealrlng t.. en ii i.iisin. sunder the fictitious namea Still.dooi h.'.i,, cerilfj to the f."'. .' MAJOR CAS and of KM ITH flAH •id thai he i-aiiMi.-d that th. at 738 S.W. lth Terrace, l*ei hie, r. i|iiii-.iii. in..I ih, law have been Florida Intend to register said names complied with. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f WHKREOF, I have Dade County. Florida h. r. iint. %  -. i nn md i n,i havi an i.\. .1 the i In of thi State %  ,i Ii.i i.la. al I' ,l uh ISSI • %  ih. Capital, ih.the T\\ KN1 x l"l I' ill da) ol si:i-i i:.\ii:i.i;. \ i. i-..;; (seal) n ..xi AHAMS .-", %  ,,i. II ) ..f state io i 63 Cl I.MET CAS COMPANY (a l-'la c Andrew B, Smith, P PHIL11* ri.i II ..xi M) era, I Ii nn n. K apl I n A Call Xttorne) foi Appllc .i.i 1130 S.W. 1-t SH ,,. i 10 I ll 1 • SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034


Friday, October 4, 1963
. tr.m.3^1, nnrMr0*m,01
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
.rtJHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
' IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60729-B
IN RE: INI-il.- "f
LKii.N HTTHRMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person! llav-
InR Claims or Demands Against Said
I -::t -:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
II.....in.- .I LEON FTTTERMAN de-
naMed late of Dade County, Florida,
I., ih,- Count}' Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and ill,- Hi,- same in duplicate and
.1- provided In Keetlon 78" IS, Florida
Statutes, in tin-ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse m Dade County, Fior-
Ida, within six calendar months from
[the time of the first publication hcre-
i. or tii,* same will be barred,
listed .if Miami, Piorlda, this inii
Jaj mi" Sepember, A.D, I96S.
RENE FITTERMAN
Ah Executrix
First publication nf this notice on
Itii,. 13th day of September, 1963,
[WRINKLE & KESSLER
lAttorneys for Executrix
1)11 sVyhold lluil ling, -Miami 33, Ha.
9/13-20-27, 10/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60702-B
N RE: Estate of
IRENE ADLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
a All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
u Claims or Demands Against Bald
state:
Von are hereby notified and re-
'red to present any claims and de-
iimls which you mav have against
.- .star,- of IRENE ADLER deceas-
i late of Miami. I>ado County, Plor-
a. to Hi,- Counts Judges 01 PaHe
unity, ami file the same in dupll-
te and as provided in Section 733.16,
oil.la statutes, in their offices in
e County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
Florlda, within six calendar
niiis from the time of the first
nitration hereof, or the sain,- will
barred,
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 8th
y of Septembe \ 11 IM i
LAWRENCE APLER
As Executor
|l'ii-si publication of this notice on
i- i:ltli da) of September, 1963.
tONOVITZ. SILVER & SCMER
tome) b for Executor
Alnsle) Building, -Miami. Pla.
8 '18-20-27, l" l
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60649-C
RE Estate ,-f
CRANK NAVILIO
___ Di used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'oiwina Hay-
ing Claims or I).man.Is Against Said
Estate:
You ;nv ti,-i,-ii\ iniiii'i.d and re-
quired t-- i.-.-.. in any claims -111,l de-
mand- which you may have against
LJB i-stali- of F'ltANK NAVII.I.....-
,i I.Hi- ..f Pa.le County, PI.....la,
[th. County Judges of Dade County,
flit- the sain,- In duplicate -nd as
rlded in Section 733.16, Florida
ftutes, iii their offices in the Coun-
pourthouse In Pad,- County, Flor-
with'n six calendar months from
n.......f the Hist publication here-
fr the same will be barred
|ated .u Miami, Florida, this 3rd
,.r September, A.D. MM.
VICTORIA NAV1LIO
As Executrix
rtist publication of this notice on
13th lay of September, 1963.
IN KAPLAN
|<>rn<-> for Executrix
fr-. ti.-inian. Kaplan \- Catsman
i s.W. i'ii st Street
9 13-20-27, 10 I
-AfJfflW
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"Why, Rabbi you don't remember US? We
introduced ourselves to you after services two
years ago last Rosh Hashanah."
Copr. 1963, Dayenu Pioduclioni
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i ngage In
business under tin- fictitious name ol
ARLE BUSINESS BROKERS al 16499
N.K. I9th .in-., No. Miami Beach, Fla
Intends to register said name with tin
Clerk of the circuit Court of Padi
Count}, Florida.
II. I-:. QOCLDEN
Stole i iwner
: 13-20-27, 10' i ;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60644-A
IN RE: Estate of
SOPHIE VVE1LL
11, ceased.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SOPHIE U'Kll.l, de-
ceased into of Dade County. Florida,
i to the County Judges of Pad,- County,
and file the same In duplicate ami as
provided In Section 7:::;.in. Florida
1 Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Court lions,, in Dade County, Flor-
I ida, Within six calendar months from
tin time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated .it Miami. Florida, this nth
day of September, A.D, 1963
BARNETT ROBINSON, JR.
As Administrator
first publication of this notice on
the 13th day of September, 1963,
HARRIS AND ROBINSON
Attorneys for Administrator
12th Floor Pad,- Federal Bldg.
Miami 82, Florida
B 13-20-17. |ii/|
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+ Jewish noridHari
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-46*5
for messenger service'
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 50732-C
IN RE: Estate of
MORRIS BLOSSOM
|i, ceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKR
APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that t have
filed a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and l-.nal Dischnrgi an
Executor of ihe estate uf MORRIS
BLOSSOM, deceased: and that on the
1st day ,,f November, 1963, will uppl)
to the Honorable fount) Judges of
Itade County, Florida, for approval of
said Final Keiwrt and for distribution
and final discharge as Executor of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This I7lh da) of September,
1963.
LESTER BLI ISW >M
KOVNBR & MANNHEIMER
A t tome) s
3oii I kupont Plain 'enter
Miami 32, 1 lot Ida
9 -;. i" i-n-18
NOTI. E UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name
HURST PLACE lor trophies at if
\V. ttli Avenue, Hlaleah Intends
register said name with the Clerk
Ihe Circuit Court of Pad,- Count
Florida.
TROPHY WORLD, INC.
-,i JT. 1" l-l 1-
1^
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
llaias: ii. & I:. Wholesale Distrib-
utors at _'ii si-:. 1st street. Miami
Florida intend to register said names
with the clerk of tin- circuit Court ,,f
Pad,- County, Florida.
Milt MA HAl'SEN
KITTY BRAIN
MAIt\ IN lilt A t X
JEROME JAC< IBSON
Sole l twnera
lll'Y K, STEWART
Attn ne) for Applicants
1413 Congress Building
9 20-27, l 111
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
lEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 9598
tKK ri (MI'Tt IN,
Plaintiff,
t s,
LA MAE Cl IMPTON,
befi ii-lain .
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IVIOLA M VE '' IM I'l' IN
( 2633 Standard A \ < nue
s.i ii I'., I,I... California
n1 VUda Ma.- Compton, nri h n -
Ifl i ., .i mil ..I Comidatnt foi
kree has been filed you
I j mi .i i,- :. ,| iii-, .1 to sen i a ci |i>
'ii An- g to 111,- Mill
[v ill mi the I'laint
E, c.....Imnn, ..;' N.W.
f< l-'l. rlda a: .1
nal Vnswer or I 'leading in the
a tin- i'!, rk id ii- c nil
Ft on or In foil- iIi,- i ah da) of
pli.-i. i 63 If you fail tn .
in,-ni U) default w 111 I"- t.tken
-i con fn. ihe i inanded
IMl oi i 'omplfl
|is II I |. i.ilsln il once
eek fur r i --
fll K JEW ISH FL< dill 'IAN
>NE VND I IRDERED al Miami.
Ida. this 6til day of Septembet
1963.
Ii: II LEATHERMaN, Clerk,
p-ult Court, Dade County, Florida
|) II) : HELEN KESSLER
I leuittj Clerk
M.ky i-: i :i ii iDMAN
IN.W. I','.' Street
ni. Florida
(ney for Plaintiff
: 13-20-27, hi I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60643-C
IN RE: Estate of
MAY PERLMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors ;md All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands "Inch you mav have against
ih. estate ot may PERLMAN de-
ceased late of ih. County and State
: \i n Pi.k to tin- County Judges
of Dade County, and file the si...... in
duplicate and as provided in Section
I- .1 i Statutes, In their of-
i., ~ in tiu- i 'ount) Courthouse in
I-., i County, Florida, within m\ cal-
endar mouths from the time of the
rirjii !- iiiiu ai en i......f, oi tiu- same
w ill i- barred.
I i.,: I ut Miami, Flo Ida. this lltli
da) ot Septembei. \ I' ::"':'..
BAR.V'I: i T Ri "BINSt IN, JR.
As A i. i ,.,-i -11 ator
Fir^l publication "i this notice on
Hi,- 13th da\ of Septeml i.
, i \ IIRIS A.NI1 RI till SSI IN
-, cm i\ Admlnisl
I! h I-'.- i I' ..-,- i :.il Bldg.
Miami .;_'. l-'i
. 27, I" I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60717-B
IN RE: .Estate of
.Mi H .1.1 !; STEIN
Dei eased.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and 11 -
quired to presenl any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
ih.- estate of MOLLIE STEIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
t,. ih,- County Judges of Dade County,
and fil,- tile same ill duplicate and as
provided in Kectlon ;:'.:mi;. Florida
Statutes, in tliei: offices iii ih,- Coun-
ty courthouse in Dade county, Flor-
ida, within si\ calendar months from
the tint., of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Hal.-d at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of September, A.D. 1868.
RUTH BAOL.EY
As Administratrix
First ptihlication of iln> notice on
ih. 2oth day ,,f September. n>63.
ABRAHAM II. SIIIKAT
Attorney for Administratrix
333 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9 20-27, 1" l-l 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'l'ICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
|ndersii:ned, desiring to engage in
Ut under the fictitious name FI.AIIt REPRODUCTIONS at
Box :i 14. lleta Branch, Miami,
intends to register said name
the i 'I, rU ol" the (circuit Court
pdc County, Florida.
NEIL l; LENTIN
9/13-20-27. 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOUS NAME LAW
[l.'l-: is HEREBY tllVEN that
led, desiring to engage in
fc under the fictitious Ham.....
p" s PIZZARAMA at 15100 Bls-
l;' i No. Miami Beach, Flor-
mls t,, register said name with
il< oi ti Circuit Court of Dade
_ Florida.
|A INCENT PALMI8ANO
Sole 1 H\ ner
18-20-27, i--l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N IHbC HCUIT LUUH T OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C P918
I 'i IRA BISENBSRU tJUERRlERI '.
i .aim in.
i;i:i mnE hlANDE QUERR1ERO,
I lefcllilallt.
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
in: OEOROE tHANDE CIUERRIJSRO
SO Selby st 11 ,t
Lynn, Mass.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
i implalnl for I ilvorce has been
filed against you, ami you an- re-
quired to serve a oops "f your Answer
or Pleading to tin- Pill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney,-SHIRLEY
WOOLP, si'.'i Arthur Godfrey Road,
Miami Beach. Florida and file the
oi iuinai Answer or Pleading in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or hefore Ih,- '.'1st day of
i ictober, 1968. if you fall to do s<>.
judgment by default will i- taken
against you for the relief demandi d
in tlie Bill of Complaint.
This notie. shall bi published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH l-l.' iKII'IAN
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ltiih day ol September,
A.P. 1963
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court*, Had,- County, Florida
(seal) B) : C P. < 't il'ELAND
l leputy Clei k
SHIRLEY WOOl I-"
Attorney for Maintiff
-, jii-.':, i" i-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 60640-C
IN RR: Estate of
CHARI-ES UINSBERO
11, i .I-..1.
NOT,CE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
aims ni Demands Against Said
K.-tato:
You ai-,- hereby notified an I v- -
iiiI ,i t< prevent an) claims and de-
mands which vou may have agaln-il
ii state of CHARLES GIN.VIlFRi:
.1 l.n.....' I lade Count; Flor
ida, to the County .Indues nf Dade
County, and file the sain,- in Hieir
offices iii the Count) Courthouxo in
I 'ml, i -Hani j. V oi Ida, within i
ni.ir iiiniiilis from the dale
first publication hereof, or tin same
w ill I..- i..i: red.
i'.ii.d ai Miami. Florida :!'is 1::i
lav oi September 196'
- UAHRIF.I. .1. CORDt IVES!
fly,, lltol-
c.oidn an. Goldstein a- Pncsler
Attorm > s
:'l'H Wist I lagler Street
- i-.-:. i" t-ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60524 C
IN lit-:: Estate of
ISAAC i IKFENHENDEN
I leccased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstatc:
You arc hereby notified ami re;
quired to present any claims and da-
n-.inds which you may have against
ih. -late of isaac OKF'ENHBNDEN
deceased late of Pud,- County. Flor-
ida, to tile County .Indites of Pad,
County, and file ihe sain.- iii duplicate
and as provided in Section 7:::S.1K.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
tin County Courthouse i" Pad,- Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
in hai red.
Hated ai Miami, Florida, this 6th
day of September, A P. 1963.
DORA OKI 'ENHFJNDEN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
ih, 13th .lay of September, 1968,
Myers, Helman, Kaplan & Catsman
By: LEt in K \ PLAN
Attorm > for Executrix
1 till S W. 1st St Miami. 1-1.-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 63C 9351
W'KST SIPK FT3DERAL SHAVINGS
AND l.i IAN ASSOCIATION OP
NEW YORK CITY,
Plaintiff,
VB
RUBIN 1IYMAN AND LILY ANN
HYMAN Ids wife. BOUTHFJRN
INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK,
SAM BASS
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: SAM BASS
:.::ni Harper Avenue
Hyde Park Anns Hotel,
Chicago. III.
You are hereby notified that lh,
ah..\e cnptloned action has been in-
stituted against yon in tin- Circuit
Court of the Judicial circuit ,,f Flor-
ida in and for Dade County i., fore-
close a mortgage upon the following
described real property:
Lot l.-,. Block 71, SFJCOND AD-
DITION TO CAROL cil'Y. ac-
cording to the Plat thereof de-
scribed in Plat Book 'ii. Page T<.
sh. ,-t i. of ihe Public Records of
I >ade t'ouniy. Florida.
Vou are required to rile your an-
swer '.. plaintiffs complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof noon plaintiff's
alt..nicy. MARTIN KINK. Ilih Floor
Pad,- Federal Building, Miami :::'.
l-'l..-ida. not lat.-r than October 1 till.
1963, m a Decree Pro Confesso will
I.,- entered agalnsl you.
Dated: August Sflth, 1968.
t: 11. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: c l'. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN KINK
Attorney for 1'lalntiff
llth Floor Pad,- federal r.uilding
Miami 12, Florida
'.' I :-:'"-:'7. in l
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60297-A
IN RE: Estate of
HARI 'l.i' IK 'Y MILLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You at-,, hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you max have nealnsl
thi estate of HAROLD ROY MIL-
I.KIt. deceased late of Pad. Cunty,
Florida, to the County Judges .-i Dade
County, and til- the -am, in 'lupli-
..ii. and as provided in Section 133.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
iii, County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
ii..in ihe lime of the first publ
hereof, or i he same H ill '> hat
Dated at Miami, Fid ,1
iln) of September, \.I' 196 I
PHI 1.1.1.- A. v 111. l. I I:
A v i; \, \
I- irsl i'iihi-1 ai ion "i this notice on
the 27th da > of Si pti inbet. 191
I PAUL KW1 INKY
\ ii. \ for Estate ol t larold
R) Millet l ised
120 Lincoln ltd Miami Bern h, Kla
li _'T. I-' l-l I -In
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 596I6A
. IN RE: Estate of
MARY ELIZABETH MARZANE,
Deceased.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
[To All Creditors and All Person Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
YOU, and each of you are hereby
notified and i-,-i|uiie,i I., presenl any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
Estate of MARY ELIZABETH MAR-
ZANE, Deceased, late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Honorable Judges
of the County Judges' Court, Dade
t iiiimi, Florida, hik* to fit,- the same
in the office of the County Judges' In
ih,- Pade County Courthouse, Miami.
Florida, within six calendar months
i-oin ih,- dale of the first publication
ii. i..f. Sai.l claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to I,,- sworn i" ami presented
a- aforesaid, or same will i- barred,
RICHARD P MARZANE
, o Richard M. Bepler, Esq.
n Hlaleah Drive
llialeah. Florida
As Executor ot the Est ite nf
Mary Blliabeth Marsane
RICHARD M. SKl'l.Ki:
Attorm ) for Estate
Pin Hlaleah l >i i\.
Hlaleah, Florida
: l'T, 1" 'I-Il-IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 9479
pul.I.Alt SAVINGS BANK OP Till*
CITY OF NEW YORK,
Plaintiff,
DOUGLAS I! BELL and DOROTHY
A. BELL his wife. l.Kl'.nY s' ED-
WARDS and SOPHIA .1. ATKINSON,
I safendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: LEROY S. KPWARDS
129 Villa Road
Newport N- ws, Virginia
You are hereby notified Hint thi
ahoy., caption, .1 action has been In-
stituted agalnsl you in the Clrcul
Court of the ELEVENTH .Indicia
Circuit of Florida In and for Pad,
County to f.,r.cl..se a mortgage, upiu
the following described real propert)
Lot 17. Block 26, SCOTT LAKE
MANOR SECTION POUR, accord
liiK to the Plat thereof, record.-,
in Plat Book ''>. ai Page 'i-. of the
Public Records of Dado Count)
I- loi ida.
Y..ii at,- required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with tin
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, am
serve n copy thereof upon plaintiff"
attorney MARTIN FINE ilih I ,.....
Dade Federal Building, Miami :::.'
Florida not later than October la
1963, or a 11.. :,-.- Pro Confesso wii
he entered .lli.lillst VOU.
Dated s......-ml., r 5, 1963.
!:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: HKI.K.n KESSLER
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plalntlf
I iih Floor Dade F'ederal I ship.
Miami :::'. Florida
|. 13-20-27, 10 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10197
I M ANll'.l. MITCHELL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY BRIT MITCHELL,
I '.fend.int.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MARY BRIT MITCHELLS k a
MRS. MARY NELMC
L'7 East Lenox
RoxbUI y, Massachusetts
You MARY BRIT MITCHELL ahn
known as MRS. MARY NELMC b/i
In rebji notified thai a BUI ol I lorn-
plaint for Declaratory Decree lias
been filed against you, and you art
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the urn of Con -
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorne)
AINSLEE K. FERDIE, Suite 202-204
2318 S.W. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Florida 38184. ami file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office ol
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01
before the 31a! da) of October, 1963
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will I.,- taken against you foi
the relief demanded In the Pill ol
'omplalnt.
Pat.d at Miami. Florida this .'Ml
da) ..:' Septeml.i r. 1963
K B. LEATHERMAN,
i 'lerk of ih.- i 'ircuit Court
l lade Count) Florida
is, ah By: C I', ci IPELANII
Deput) clerk
AINSLEE R. FERDIE
ney for Plaintiff
Suit.- 202-201
231". s W, LeJeune R id
Coral Gables, Kla 38131
;i l'7. in t-i l -P
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 63C 9350
POLI Ai: SAVINGS BANK OF THE
. '1TY 'I- NEW Y, IRK
[Malt
\ s.
PHILIP BERN \::i. HEAi INKY ind
VIRl 1IN1A A HEAI INKY, his if.
I lefenda I
NOTICE OF SUIT
l'i i Philip Bern ird I leagne) and
Virginia A. Heagney .his wife,
:',7.'. War: ,n A \ eltUe
Hawthorne, New York
You ai-,- hi reb) notified that He
abovi captloned action has I.....n Insti-
tuted against you in the .'ircuit Court
nf Hi, Eleventh Judicial circuit ot
I im ida in and for Pad,- County t<
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real iiroperty:
Lot l Block 7" SECOND APPITION
i'n CAROL city, according to tin
rial thereof recorded in Plat Bom
65 at Page 18 ..f tin I'ui.ih- Records
of Pade County, Plorlda, togeUtei
with a c.l-:. Garbage Disposal ka-
558R; G.E. Refrigerator LW-U:
Venetian Blinds; G.E, Oven and
Raagi .I-:.:,.", and J-507 (B lnl
Travels, Hods.
^'ou ai, required to file your ansvitii
to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk
of the aforesaid Cunt, and serve a
Copy tli.r.of upon plaintiff's attorn-\
MARTIN KINK, niti Floor, Dade Fed-
eral Building, .Miami 82, Flcrlda not
later than October 80th, 1961, or a
1 -I Pro '"niio-sso will be em. i. .i
against you.
DATED: September 28, 1968.
K i: LEATHERMAN,
Clel 1; of the i 'ir, uit Court
.-. all By: c p. ci IPELAND
I leputy clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorn. > or Plaintiff
nth ....... .1. I-', deral Bldg.
Miami :;.'. I- lOrlds
9 :7, 1.' I-H-1S



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Friday. October 4. 1963 *knisHTk>rictifiin Paqe 7-B made uj> mainly of extreme right1 anti-Semitism. He also wrote wing dements openly professing a; "Jewish France," which is considvirulent anti-Semitism and ven-lcred the "Frenchman's anti-Semitcrating Rene Dr*in>mont, whom it ic Bible." The League protest (ll'ARIS (JTA> The Interna-, week a.gair-st plans for creation of anti-Semite of the Dreyfus Affair! considers *' lh ?. 1 tnL1 of French ^ined an appeal to French ,,...„ ,. I .'inti-Seiiti(Ji>public opinion and to "all the true t.onal League Agau.st Anti-Scmit-1 a club dedicated to perpetuation i period, Diummond published a news, democrats" to oppose the newly ism issued, a_p ublic, projest this' of the jncjnory ol a Afifljr French, The sponsoring organization is paper whioU* advueated violent fal ltotlwYiddishenTa aml Supervised and certified Koslief *>Rsl)Bineiichhotif|



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Page 4-A vJewisMcridlian Friday, October 4, 1%3 "^Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street* Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Qommuniccttiqns, Miami TWX MM 396 I'llfcliahed aMBJ K.Hny sin,-,. l27by The .1-M Iloi -i.lian at \1 N.E. Sixth Strtet, Miami 1, VWtWf. aJMbnfeChrea PoaUga Paid ai Miami. Florida,. 'k. l flW lli Pinridian has absorbed the J e r': ,h U n ,> '._ a l n ^ FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher 1EO M1NDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent The Jewish Floridian doea i guarantee thy Kaahrutb ,>f the merchandlae advartlaed in li.~ columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ,„ One Year $5 00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 40 Friday, October 4. 1963 16 Tishri 5724 Symbolic Meaning Of Sukkoth for Us The first days of Sukkoth come on the heels of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur, and were launched at services Wednesday evening. On the occasion of this festival, the solemnity of the Yomim Nora'im gives rise to the joyous r.ess of fulfillment. In Hebrew, Sukkoth means tents" or "tabernacles." The holiday is celebrated in temporary tooths built near the home and synagogue to remind Jews of at leas! two significant occurrences. One is historic: It commemorates the manner in which the ancient Israelites lived in the desert during their flight from Egyptian bondage. The second is symbolic: It civet, thanks for the bounties of nature. Sukkoth is thus a holiday during which fruits — particularly those found in Israel — are eaten. In this way, Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur, the occasion when men search the inner recesses of their souls and spiritually cleanse themselves in preparation for the year ahead, progress naturally into Sukkoth — the festival during which they offer thanks for the physical sustenance of the earth. Until recent years, Sukkoth also evoked Jewry's eternal longing for the return to Israel — much as it historically marked the ancient Israelites' travels from Egypt — and the eating of Palestinian fruits in the Sukkah partly symbolized this longing. Now that Israel has reemerged as a Jewish nation in our time, the significance of Sukkoth is even greater than it has been during the previous two millenia of our dispersion. The Return has been fulfilled. &, SOCCOfX SUWJ8E 1963 L\-%  '.': %  '-. <•' %  '' %  -.. CJA's Cash Drive Our Combined Jewish Appeal needs S300,COO right now, and is launching a special cash collection. The money will help sustain programs of aid in Israel and 27 other lands. The special drive is in response to a national United Jewish Appeal plea, which must have a* hand some S34 million by this fall to help resettle the largest number of immigrants fleeing to Israel since World War II. Miami must move to accept its fair share of thia humanitarian responsibility. We join Mr. Sidney Lefcourt. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in urging the community to redeem their CJA pledges now. There can be no better way to start the New Year right. At this very moment. Jews by the hundreds of thousands are ready to leave lands in which they feel they can no longer live safely or securely. But immigration needs money — big money — which is supplied by the United Jewish Appeal and our own CJA. Many who are waiting for a helping hand to a new life will have to remain waiting if our community fails successfully to assume its share of the need. Now is the time to fulfill your Combined Jewish Appeal pledge, on the occasion of the High Holy Day season, when all of us can perform the blessed deed of inscribing in the Book of Life a new world of hope for 600,000 Jewish men, women and children overseas. sylvania, to say what should have been said all along. Justice Musmanno told a B'nai Zion meeting last week that too many of our intellectuals have taken to the task of rationalizing the terrors of the Hitler era, that in many cases they have become out-and-out apologists for its leaders, and that they are contributing to minimizing the significance of the massacre of six million Jews. Justice Musmanno knows what he is talking about. He has been an acute observer of the post-Nazi scene since he served as Judge at the International War Crimes Tribunal in Nurembeig at the end of World War II. What he said before the B'nai Zion meeting went beyond a simple rejection of the waspish intellectualizing of the Bruno Bettelheims and Hannah Arendts among us. What Justice Musmanno in fact did was to attack a stratum of professional thinking in our society which contributes little that is creative except by sensation. It is sad that such minds have become sterile enough to need the thin sustenance of philosophy exemplified by the literati of our time. In Hannah Arendt's case, it is astonishing. Nevertheless, Justice Musmanno did more than merely debunk her ilk; he analyzed them for us. A Necessary Service It took Judqe Michael A. Musmanno, Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of PennThe High Cost of Morality The Isiael withdrawal of its envoy from South Africa is a two-edged sword. On the one hand, the government is expressing its repugnance for the apartheid that has been South Africa's official policy for such a long time. Coupled with this is the hope that the withdrawal will strengthen even more Israel's ties to the new African nations she has built so patiently and diligently. The questions of ethics and diplomacy apart for the moment, the move also throws srael into an uncomfortable dilemma. As Prime Minister Verwoerd put it, Israel has now finally and unmistakably cut her diplomatic relationship to South Africa. In addition, she has compromised the security of the South African Jewish community. This may be of lesser concern to Jerusalem, but the first dilemma is unhappy enough. Israel's moral choice has certainly been made at a high price. But then, most moral choices are costly indeed. I DONT MEAMXQ, jpft^L %  old coals, but on** twifra time there was 8% big raised here in D about a lawyer w _. the Fifth Amendment ., E2A&UI&I .^tofAmwauon This was in the mad pheydny by LEO MINDLIN f state Allornf >' during (he week as i see il • • • IS. 'ty id Ills! Brautigam, who led the pack dedicated to uncovering Co m munists throughout the kn^xh and breadth of our community. I vividly recall the Sanctimonious statements made by a broad variety of colorfully opportunistic hangers-on concerning the role of an officer of the court. In effect, if an attorney resorted to the legal safeguards available to him as a citizen then, somehow, he was contributing to the degradation of the law and the judicial system of which he is a sworn and professional representative. In retrosoect. I suppose there is some sort of logic in this: al though, also in retrospect. I can't help feeling that by extension jdenies medicine to the physician and the infinite delights of music t ( the composer. Be that as it may. Mr. Brautigam has long since passed away: but I have yet to hear a single sanctimonious equivalent in the reappointment to the bench of Metro Court Judge Edwin E Strickland on Sept. 17. and the huntsmen hangers-on of the old days are still around in abundance. On June 8. 1962, a Southwest Miami Senior High School teacher Marvin I. Cohen, of 8311 SW 12th Ter.. appeared in Judge Strickland's court on a minor traffic violation. There, he pleaded nol guilty, to which the Judge allegedly responded: "All you Jews the same Ninety percent plead not guilty." AFFIDAVITS SUPPORT THt CHARGE pouNTY ATTORNEY Darrej Davis recommended a full-dress lie hearing the following September, In the interim. Davis sworn testimony from eleven witnesses, including Cohen and Sti land In addition, supporting the charge against the Metro J were these items: (1) A sworn affidavit of corroboration bj Marian Dronsky, of 7920 SW 17th Ter., who said she was in at the time and heard the defamatory statement: and (2) a affidavit by a non-Jewish neighbor of Judge Stnckland. indie; that the Judge had demonstrated an inclination toward racia religious prejudice. The second affidavit alleged that Judge Strickland was a patty to the circulation of a petition in his neighborhood, c alling upon residents to protest the settling there of a new family of Cuban oi gin that, from time to time, she had been personally chided by bin (01 having Jewish friends: and that the Judge was known to have warned his children against playing with Cuban or Jewish youngsters. The hearing, set for Sept. 26. never came off. Judge Strickland pulled his "Fifth Amendment." when Circuit Court Judge Pat Cannon issued an order two days before, enjoining the Metro Commission against inquiring further into the charges. Judge Strickland's attorney, Milton Ferrell. argued that the Home Rule Charter provided for ousting a jurist. But he also argued that it made no provision for administering oaths, giving notice, and conducting a hearing •:• •:• DISSENTERS ARE TO BE APPLAUDED AS AN ALTERNATIVE, Ferrell suggested to Judge Cannon that the Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court assign an out ofcounty judge to review Strickland's case, indicating his client could never get a fair shake here in Dade. On Mar. 1 this year, the District Court of Appeal upheld Circuit Court Judge Cannons injunction against the Metro hearing. I Attorney Davis declared that the Sept. 26 hearing had not been intended for removal, but as an "inquiry into the conduct of a count) office" In its answer, the District Court said that Davis, himsell already investigated the charge of anti-Semitism against the South Miami jurist. Judge Strickland was initially appointed here on Oct. 2. 1957 Ik has now been appointed to a new six-year term by a 10-tO-3 Metn vote, with Commissioners Alex Gordon, Winston Wvnne. and Harold Spaet Opposing the move. These men arc to be applauded Apparently, they also feel .Indue Strickland's employment ot his full legal rights as a cil in fact obscured the original issue. In effect. Strickland wei his waj out of the uncomfortable consequences of his allegedh tongue in an unguarded moment. HUNTSMEN AMONG US STAND SILENT JT IS INTERESTING to note the response of Commissioner Robert Brake, who came to Strickland's defense during the Sepl I" reappointment debate. "The mere fact that accusations were made shouldn't be allowed to ruin his career," he declared. But neither Brake, as a symbol of community indifference, nor Strickland Is totally to be blamed For. as Brake, himself, indicted. Metro was merely enjoined against launching a hearing; while it could have instituted charges of its own at any time. Thus, in an evasive action, he put the guilt squarely where it belongs: "If anything, it's a black mark against us." Why didn't the commission move in the face of the testimonj Uarrey Davis had amassed? Did not the original Davis reCOtnmen elation of a hearing a year ago in September suggest he had uncovered sufficient evidence in support of Cohen's declaration of antiSemitism to warrant such an inquiry? All of this would seem to imply that it's all right in the eyes oi tne court and a blind public tor a jurist to be a "Filth Amendment anti-Semite, even if it was not all right In the heyday of the hunts men here for an attorney to be a "Fifth Amendment Communist." Is one order of bigotry and perverted justice any more Bivorj than the other? Is anti-Semitism delicious and Communism damnableApparently so: for the huntsmen among us now stand



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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 36 — Number 40 Miami. Florida, Friday, October 4, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20* UNEF's Gaza Role Stressed By U Thant UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—Secretary General U Thant told the I General Assembly here this week, %  n presenting the 1964 budget lor 'the UN Emergency Force, that 'UNEF continues effectively to (serve as the stabilizing influence ,n maintaining peace in the GazaISinai area of operations." Mr. Thant presented a budget walling for UNEF maintenance exkenditurea for 1964 totaling S18.Iit34.300, which is S5.700 less than llhi 1963 budget. In spite of re[ports that Mr. Thant is considering I possibility of reducing the ngth of UNEF. there is no I indication in his proposed budget. He reported that I'NF.F's % tiength consists of 5.149 men. I lie financing of UNEF is one the items ol contention in the tineral problem ol United Nations ancing, since the Soviet Union id a number ol other members ve refused consistently to pay I i-ir special UNEF assessments. I he force." Mr. Thant informed Assembly, "has continued its ace-keeping so effectively that re have been no serious tits during the past year." Senators List Resolution Hitting Soviet Prejudice WASHINGTON—(JTA)—Fifty-nine U.S. Senators joined with Sen. Abraham Ribicoff (Dem.-Conn.) this week in a resolution condemning the Soviet Union for discrimination against Jews. They appealed to the Soviet Union "in the name of decency and humanity" to cease executing persons for alleged economic offenses. They also asked the Soviet Government to fully permit freedom of religion lor Jews — and all others — within its borders. In the Ribicoif resolution. Sen-: OtOTS from both political parties, Government was persecuting JewtUld from all sections of the coun]sh c jti ZC ns. try declared there is now "abundant evidence' that the Soviet IN WAKE Of ENVOY'S WITHDRAWAL So. Africa Jews Welcome Premier's View on Israel Verthe not acts IIICl JOHANNESBURG—(JTA)-The South Africa welcomes Dr. South African Jewish Board of! nerd's realfirmation that : Jewish community here must Deputies expressed gratification ( (;c he|(| r( spon ., iblt lor the here, at its regular monthly meet-j O1 i srae |' s government. ing Monday, over the attitude of j ,. lsrae ,.. sak the zionist lead er, "is a sovereign state, solely responsible for its own decisions. 1 ATZ0TH PURCHASERS 1586 Jews low in Cuba, survey Shows HAVANA — (JTA) There are ,022 Jewish families, totaling 1.586 persons now living in Cuba liil identifying themselves with Jewish community, it was rejurted here on the basis of the Irsl Jewish census taken by or{anized Jewry in this country since e present regime came to power. The census was taken. on the i> ol those Jews who identified lemselves as such throunh the [iiirchase of mat/.oth for the last SSOver. The computations were hade by the Congregation Adath ael, here, and the Zionist Fed(ration under the direction of pliezer Oranowski. The olficials charge ol the census said they rere certain that there were other Continued on Page 2-A Prime Minister Hendrik F. Vervoerd. who assured the country in an address Saturday that he does not consider the Jews of South Atrica responsible lor Israel's "rebuff" of this country's government. The Premier criticized Israel sharply for recalling its Minister Plenipotentiary. Suncha Pratt, in pursuit ol Israel's policy of opposing South Africa's apartheid policy at the United Nations. The Board expressed "welcome" of the Premier's warning that Israel's latest move must not arouse resentment against South African Jews. Mr. Verwoerd told the country: "The Jews of South Africa are citiiens of South Africa and have shown how deeply they resent Israel's attitude. There must not be any anti-Jewish feeling in South Africa. The Government standpoint is this: If feelings were motivated here against Jews, we would commit the same injustice to them as the world is commiftir/j against us." At a meeting here Monday night, addressed by Leon Dultzin. chairman of the Jewish Agency's economic department in Jerusalem. Joseph Daleski. vice chairman of the South African Zionist Federation, South African citizens whose loyal Continued on Page 2-A The resolution specifically condemned Russia for singling out Jews for extreme punishment for allege-' economic offenses, confiscating synagogues, closing Jewish cemeteries, arresting rabbis and lay religious leaders and curtailing religious observances. It also protested the practice of discriminating against Jews in cultural activities and access to higher education, imposing restrictions that prevent the reuniting of Jews with their families in other countries ,and — through other acts — oppressing Jews from freely exercising their faith. By responding to their resolution, the Senators said, the Soviet Union now lias "a clear opportunity to match the words of its" conContinued on Page 9-A IN NEW JERSEY Hassidic Group Files Bias Suit Against Town The Deputy' Opens in Basle; Police Guard Against Threats GENEVA—(JTA)—The first performance in Switzerland of "The Deputy," the German play claiming that the late Pope Pius XII failed to take a stand against the Nazi genocide of Jews, took place this week at the Basle Municipal Theater under the protection ol more than 100 policemen. The police were called in after the theater management received anonymous letters and telephone calls threatening bomb explosions in the theater, a synagogue and a Masonic lodge il the play was performed. Written by Rolf Hochhuth. the play contends that the late Pontiff did not adequately oppose the Nazi wartime slaughter of European Jewry. Firemen who were posted in the area in the event the threats were carried out did not have to act but the police demonstrators. In addition to the protesting demonstrators, Catholics organized a silent march. The full house applauded the play. The play also had its first performance in London, where the Continued on Page 6-A NEWARK, N.J. (JTA) A Brooklyn ultra Orthodox sect seeking to create an Orthodox Jewish community in a New Jersey town ship accused township committee officials this week in a court suit \.ith blocking (he project for dis criminatory reasons. The suit was filed by the Yetev-Lev Congregation in Superior Court in Morristown against the Mount Olive Township Committee. Mow t olive Is about It) miles north est of Newark. The suit asked the court to per| mit the Hassidic sect to tile the required municipal performance bond and to enjoin the township 'liom Interfering with the orderly development and construction of the project." The suit accused the Township Committee of being "motivated by considerations regarding the nature and ancestral characteristics of the persons who were to inhabit the residences" and not by considerations of zoning or plannir.-). George E. Dakis, Mayor of Mount Olive, and one of the three members of the committee, called the suit a surprise and the charges "false, the furthest thing from the truth." Most of the members of the sect Continued on Pa.ge 16-A little Things/ Red Envoy Says of Bias Restricticns stated that "every Jew in | had to use their batons against UPWARD TIDE IN HATE PUBLICATIONS Anti-Semitism Rises in Argentina BUENOS AIRES(JTA) -Overt groups as the Tacuara and the N, jgrttfh. £ £ ££ %  anti-Semitic attacks on Jews and tioal Restoration Guard, wnicn %  Jewish property "have ostensibly' vere involved in many months of [diminished" during the first half l"l 1963 but there has been an infctease In publications instigating lantiJcwish hatred in Argentina. I"" expert reported this week. Dr. Mario Schteingart. president |ol the Argentine-Jewish Institute |for Culture and Information, cited I'he uliiiial ban on such extremist anti-Semitic incidents in major Argentine cities.. Dr. Schteingart listed a variety of such publications. H* mentioned large circulation publications, citing particularly the new "Arab Nation," an attractive majaiine published by the ed to date were full of the standard anti-Semitic charges against Jews, including alleged usury, double loyalty, and treachery in addition to the usual Arab deroi nations of Israel. He said the periodical was availj able on all newspaper stands. An-1 Continued on Page 12-A NEW YORK—(JTA)—Anti-Jewish activities by Soviet officials were described as "little things" by the First Secretary of the So viet Embassy in Washington during a meeting with Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New York Democrat, the Congressman disclosed here this week. Rep. Farbstein reported the meeting with Anatoly G. Mishkov in an address to 200 leaders of the Farband Labor Zionist Order, in which he charged that "from all available evidence, it :eems clear that the Soviet rulers I are determined to wipe out JudaI ism as a religion." The Congressman said that the Soviet diplomat came to see him in the interest of establishing better relations with the United States. The Congressman told the Soviet diplomats that such better relations were impeded as long as Americans continued to hear reports of Soviet discrimination against Jews. He cited the many instances of synagogue closings, the arrests and trial of Jews on charges of black marketeering in matiohs and the spotlighting of Jewish e'efandants in economic crimes trials. Rep. Farbstein said the Soviet iiptomat then asked him if he would allow "these little things" lo stand in the way of good relations and that he replied that 'when you have many 'little lh nu-' of this nature, they turn into "big obstacles'." Louis Segal, general secretary of Farband, and a member of the executive of the Jewish Agency ior Israel, who also addressed the conference, called attention to the %  act that only last week Jews in Soviet Russia were forbidden to hold prayer meetings in private io.ties on Rosh Hashona, even hough in many places no synagogue facilities were available. \



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Peg* 8-6 *.le*istrk>rktian V.OMAN OF THE WEEK Diane Heller firmlv believes that God was sitting upstairs and saw 1: it that she met her Dan at the Miami Beach 17th St. Jewish Center, ieh is today Temple Emanu-El. Alter meeting him. she went to ,. >np in Maine: the second she returned, the phone rang. It was Dan. a-d they were married a year later. Diane was born in Brooklyn^ SI 6 insists that every time they had their house painted, fate stepped ,r and they moved, giving her a record of having attended six different i .mentarv schools. She went to Brooklyn College, then graduated om the University of Miami. She did graduate work at Columbia University while living at the New York International House, where -'.met students from all over the world. Diane taught first and second grades at South Beach Elementary & 100I and substituted for four years. Since Women's American ORT nas primarily to do with education, it was a natural for Diane. She was the third president of Greater Miami Chapter of ORT, chairman oi Leadership Training, and is Combined Jewish Appeal chairman for the Southeast Region of ORT. She was Community Welfare chairman of Jewish War Veterans, on the Social Service Bureau of the City of Miami Beach, a member of Kappa Delta Pi, and has always been active in Federation of Jewish Women, and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Presently, she is area chairman for the Voung Matrons Division of CJA. But foremost, Diane is wife to Dan and mother to Mona, Lisa, and Douglas. Her world centers about Dan. He. in turn, in his soft-spoken way. is an ideal husband and DIANI lather. Wherever Dan goes, so goes Diane. Traveling is a part of his life. They have been to Europe twice, not to shop, but to live an venture All through Switzerland. Dan in his blue jeans seemed to a part of the country. The second time they went to Israel, it was I • members of the first Young Leadership Mission of the United Jew1 Appeal. This trip changed their whole life. While they had always been community and Federation-minded, "we realized when we saw, lat was happening in Israel." explains Diane, ""that if you can't do %  mething for others, you can't live with yourself. It's one thing to r^ad about what is happening to your brethren in far-off places, but 1 see with your own eyes what your assistance is doing makes you • ghty proud" At home. Diane is a good cook, but then Dan eats anything she ] t es and says it is delicious. They both like to take long walks, go i burning, or bicycling with Diane's blonde hair streaming in the :nd. For her part, Diane likes to give children's parties, carrying ; 0 t a definite theme. A recent one was on safety, complete with a ;ppet show. The Hellers also like to discuss current events, to talk out ideas and ideals, instead of people. When night comes. Danny • ins lullabies to the children, teaching them by devotion the high 1 Jrals and ethics that are part of the code that he and Diane live by. 16 thrill of his election as national commander of Jewish War Vet ans hasn't worn off. Diane is proud of Dan as a community leader. S e says • ery simply. "I'm lucky. God was upstairs watching, and he %  v that W e got together." LIFE BEGINS AT FORTY Evidently Dr. George Graham thinks so, because he made a big -s when his wile. Rae. reached that important age. By the way. she )ks exactly half that age. He called all the guests himself, but had Ireadful time getting Rae to go over to Sylvia and Murray Zinncrs', esumably to a party for the Zinner son. Steve. It was a buffet din• r with a huge birthday cake, funny presents and real ones, too. t nong guests were the Weinkles, Mary Norma and Julian, and Barara and Mclvin. Harriet and Larry Singer, Honey and Buddy Krasne. ] loda and Freddy Sheldon, and Fay and Melvin Becker. Michael, the lest Graham son, has been accepted for early admission at Stetson. s brother. Lee, is quite frank in saying that he is not losing a brother; s gaining a bedroom • E.T.F. PARTY Richard Rosichan To Marry Girl From Buffalo Mr and Mrs. Richard Belmont, of Syracuse, N.Y.. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Ellen Sabina. to Richard H. Rosichan, of Miami. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Rosichan. of 50 Shore Dr. West, Miami, formerly of Buffalo. N.Y. A graduate of Buffalo State Teachers College. Miss Belmont is a teacher of French in the Buffalo high school system. __ The groom to-be. whose father is executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is in his senior year at the University of Miami, to which he transferred from the University of Vermont. A late fall wedding is planned. Friday. October 4, ^ • MISS tLUN BtlMONT M. ivln Vlctoi MISS JANICt RfVITZ Janice Revitz, Joel Channing To Wed Dec. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Revitz. of 3530 W. Broadview Dr.. Bay Harbor Islands, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Janice Marlene, to Joel Baer Channing. son of Mr and Mrs. Jules P. Channing. 781 Fairway Dr.. Normandy Shores The future bride attended the University of Wisconsin, and is presently attending the University of Miami. The prospective bridegroom graduated with honors Mom the School of Architecture at the University of Florida, and is presently attend ing the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he will receive a Master's degree in architectural design. The wedding will take place on Dec. 21. Summer Rites For Miss Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen 141 v P % 174th St., No. Miami B Pa ch '" nounce the engagement and forth coming marriage of their d; im >h tor. Myra. to Sidney Frank %  >"" n.idell. %  The future bridegrom i„ th, m of Mrs. Rose Schreidcll and the late Bernard Schreidell A summer wedding i s planned. Miss Trauman To Wed Med Student Mrs. Nathan Trauman. 251 SW 51st PI., announces the etoqe ment of her daughter. Robert* Joan, to William Cohen, son of Mr and Mrs. Harold Cohen. 1800 SW 21st St. Miss Trauman is also the daugh tor of the late Nathan Trauman. The bride-elect is a junior high school teacher in the Dade Coun ^ ty school system. A graduate of [ the University of Miami, she is 1 member of Phi Kappa 1'hi and I Alpha Lambda Delta. A graduate of the University of Florida, where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi and Sigma Tau. | Cohen is attending the University of Miami Medical School. A June. 28. 1964 wedding ii planned. Carol Hausman, Michael Clein Rites Planned The engagement of Carol Jane Hausman to Michael Allen Clein is being announced this week by the parents of the future bride, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hausman. 7235 SW 105th Ter. Miss Hausman. a graduate of Palmetto Senior High, is now attending Florida College of Medical Technology. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clein, 7475 SW 118th St.. the bridegroomto-be attended the University of j New Mexico and will graduate from Georgia lech in December. I He is a member of the Bulldog j Club, athletic honorary, and Alpha Epsilon Pi, social fraternity. A 1964 tail wedding is being planned. Levys Reveal Barbara's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Theodore levy 9lo0 No. Bay Shore Dr. .innovnce the engagement of then daughter Barbara Ann, to Harold Friedman The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Hilda Friedman, of West Orange, N.J.. ami the late Bernard Friedman. The future bride graduated from Columbia University School of Oral and Dental Surgery as a dental hygenist. Her fiance is a grad uate 01 Yaie University and Yal Law School. A November wedding is planned ., Terrier, Klein To be Married A December wedding is b'..n; planned by Rita Teitlcr and Bee jam in Klein. Announcement of the engagement is made by the future brideparents, Mr. and Mrs Al Teitler. 5740 SW 56th Ter. The bridegroom-to-oe is the BOB of Mrs. Rosi Klein, 241-1 SW 19th Ter. Miss Steinberg Eyes June Rites That's the kind of a partv that Esther and Sidney Schwartz had 1 SW 48th Ave. A June wedding is planned by Lynn Sharron Steinberg and Douglas Schwartz, whose engagement was announced on Sunday, Sept. 29, by the futuie bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steinberg, 32 i r Esther's "Monday and Thursday" canasta girl friends and their ouses before she left for a quick look at her grandchildren in Chicago. The grandchildren belong to Meta and Ronald Berger. Prizes ere offered to anyone who guessed what E.T.F. meant. You can all % less, but the answer is obvious once you realized Esther was going ;. vay — "Empty The Freezer." Prize was a frozen chicken. • The name of a recent movie was "8 1 % %  •." Many people recognized bomeone they know in the picture. It was Gilda Dahlberg. who used live here but now lives in London. Gilda always used to say, "Speak 1 of me, speak well of me. but for gosh sake talk about me." It is i uite exciting to recognize someone you know in a foreign film. Folks %  iy that you can see a resemblance to her sister who lives here. An d-timer — Guess who? SO SURPRISE 4 Judy Holland had a birthday dinner for her husband, Norman, at t e Famous Restaurant. A big birthday cake said "Happy 29." Add 11 Vnd you will know how old Norman is. Children's favors were at • ieh place, and after dinner "Mama" Judy took the whole crowd, forty • rong, to the movies. Among guests were Dr.. and Mrs. Charles Gordon, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Unger, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenblum, Mrs. ;>ose Caplan. Sig Eisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kurzweil, Mr. and Mr*. Marvin Jacker, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schulman. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry j ndenbaum. and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kern. A graduate of Dade County Dental Clinic, the bride-elect is a dental nurse in the employ of Dr. George Einhorn. She also attended Miami High, where she served as vice president of Tsion BBG. and was a sponsor of Sigma Phi. She is a graduate of Dade County Dental Clinic. Son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry S. Schwartz. 1800 SW 17th St.. the prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Miami High, served as president of Hurricanes AZA, and is a member of Sholem Lodge. He received a degree from the University of Florida in 1962. and was vice president of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. He is now a revenue officer in the Miami Department of the Internal Revenue. Labor Unions To be Viewed "What's Wrong With U S. Labor Unions?" will be the theme of thTown Hall Forum program of th' ) People Speak on Friday, 8 p.m Participants will be Dr. lameVadakin. professor of labor relations and economics, t niversity Miami; Joseph H. Kaplan, attorney for labor; Alfred Aionovitz. at torney for management; JW Greenfield, trade union represen tativc; Chaim Rose, moderator A question-discussion period will follow the talks to b.' held in W Washington Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ave. Corpse Definitely Not Nazi BERLIN—— A skeleton dug up here last week is definitely not the corpse of Heinrich Mueller, high Gestapo official under Adolpli Hitler, it was established here. JOSEPH'S GROOMING PARLOR ALL BREEDS: Bath, Dip Pedicure $3.00 POODLE CLIPPING $500 ntt PICKUP t 13887 N.E. 12th AVE. Phone 758-3913 LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTACTING • HIPAIKING Serving Dad* County Ovtr 25 Yuri 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 MARlvS Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201 -20th Stre' Miami Beach JE 8-6104



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I [day, October 4, 1963 Jmisti Fk>r id/an Page 13-A LETTER TO THE EDITOR \*\, Dr. /fap/a/i Clarifies His Intentions % i h ifa i. Emanuel Pushkin (right), Miami optometrist and vice presjnt of the Florida Optometric Association, participated in association's executive committee meeting in Tampa last eekend, helping map plans for 1963-64. Dr. Pushkin is seen Inferring with Dr. Paul M. Kessler (left), association present from Orlando, and Dr. Myron L. Shofner, former ArkanOptometric Association president, who in an all-day edutional seminar Sunday outlined new methods and prolures to help Florida optometrists better serve their patients' kual needs and improve practice management. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I have returned from a summer visit to Israel, and have noticed that the announcement of my retirement from the active service at the Jewish Theological Seminary has been misinterpreted by .some Jewish newspapers. Permit I me, therefore, to clarify the situation briefly. My major interest for a number of years has been the Reconstructionist movement. The progressive i deterioration of Jewish life in the i United States, and indeed throughout the world, has given me no BETH SH010M FUNCTION iraei Envcy Will Speak it Bond Tribute to Ansin hassador Katriel Kaetz, IsIstatesman and veteran hero struggle for independence, guest speaker ;it the Tempvih Sholom-Isiael Dinner of 1c on Sunday evening, Oct. It the Doral Beach Hotel, it Innounced this week by Rabbi Kronish, Temple spiritual and Louis F. Snetman, |r Chairman. ft>assador Kaetz is coming to %  Wecially t" present the Is Redemption Award to Sidney OSBI who will be honored lor ^exemplary service to the ft. the community, and the |e of Israel." Ambassador Kaetz is widelyknown as the man who estabLshod the first line of communiBlatlon between Israel and the ^^B Curtain countries. He has Itinguished record of service rael's Armed Forces and in its Diplomatic Corps. Ambassador Kaetz began his career in Israel's foreign service in 1949, after leaving >he Israel Defense Forces. After lour years, he served as chiel secretary in the Cabinet of the Israel Government, and was a leading spokesman for the Israel Government. During his career in Israel's diplomatic service. Ambassador Kaetz has served as Israel's Charge d'Affaires in Hungary and as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in Poland. Heading the dinner committee with Snetman are Rabbi Kronish. honorary chairman, and James M. Albert, Dr. Harry E. Wolk. Isadore Hecht, Maury S. Olinick, Philip Schlissel, Mrs. Leo Levin. Mrs. James Albert, Mrs. Louis Snetl man, Mrs. Seymour Silverman and Mrs. Isadore Hecht. i rest. The conventional approaches to religion, to education, to Jewish community life, and to the survival of the Jewish people as a creative spiritual lorce in the world have failed. Nothing less than a completely new approach is needed to reinvigorate Judaism in i our time. In the years that remain for me, 11 wish to devote myself to study! Ing how to stem the tide of disintegration, to find out how to improve all aspects of Jewish life. For this reason. I am hoping to establish a Research Institute for Contemporary Judaism. The purpose of this Institute is to turn the attention of my colleagues and myself to a series of projects through which we can learn what needs to be done in order that all Jewish religious, Zionist, cultural and social service activities be conducted from the standpoint of Judaism as an evolving and progressive religious civilization in which there must be room for unity in diversity, and in which tradition shall have a vote but not the authority of a veto. Participants in the Institute will be rabbis, educators, and social workers who are already active in their respective fields of endeavor. They will be drawn from all denominations and from those who have no official affiliation with any of them. DR. MORDECAI M. 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Fcrcrt* 9-Jfw§itncridiain_ Richard Tucker to S'mg Richard Tucker, world-famed Metropolitan Opera tenor, will give a concert under the auspices ol Temple Judea on Dec 29. Contracr for the *&•**** of tne ta -icm-born an 1 Amen tan ... signed this v.eek b Herbert Gelernter. ptw%  _.. tables Tempi. -it *.ur..\.-. '.-..-:r. >e:kz-.cr. vu-e r:••-'. • ..;::-•;:'.. %  :.•?•' %  • -' I %  • Pioneer Slate To be Installed Am saltation of ard e | v pioneer Women ? : ..-'-led for Monday. Oct 14. 8 p.m at the Parband Center. MB WasMnftin A*e \ 3 --.-; bond member Mrs Harriet Green, president of Creator M r **** Worn ^ate Me. %  Sbedrofl and M it: Rose As freenberg ar-d %  an. ferrets r > Vrt | %  nd: S %  %  • % %  %  %  Esther j N .%  ina :'--• % % %  %  — -' .' ;: : %  : : %  Couple Marks Anniversary With Swing Around U.S. It's 25 ^ears of wedlock for Mr. and Mrs." Harry S. 'Sandra Schwartz 1800 SW 17th St who were married on Jiuv 23. 1938 by Rabbi Abraham Kellner at the original Beth El in Miami. Thev marked the occasion with -, : % %  .._. • rnnth -wing around the country, giving familr and longtime friends the chance to celebrate the hippy *aso: them First ICJ of the motor tour took th^rr: to Wiseonain. daughter. Roberta, and her hu'band. Theodore Provder He'on the faculty at the O nhe f si t y of Wisconsin She teach le school T+cr it • > %  %  Chicaso. home'. v e anniversary cou%  • • • nalnri brothers and orher rda* • •.-; the *ong strmmer dajn were ladaanapM ta and Jach place %  • f in ram •froehter. Lor:' V.i • SOC %  l • %  Mrs 1 %  %  %  %  AND mis. niey SCNWMT! B I i Women's Council Meeting %  BT>. nw i fat Beach High PTA President is Wei! Qualified for Job %  ... %  Mayor High WfH Install Officers Wrs : >. • %  I 1 %  .• .. %  I %  .. > '. I ; '.. fc IT ihf %  ...... .,...,, ,.,... ;,--~..:• %  %  n %  "V V-HJi:-n -. a Mtoea i .-ri < 0 fm % %  ;. .i %  n.i : n V/,-. • -. i • E wn %  I -. St': • 1 i %  I rt ;-n :>? : %  "' • S;'. %  : : S • i•? %  : P:.I •'-.; • f."S':>-: \, .-, V,, V, ; -•.. ..... >• Pant ) %  *>• What Margarine should Jc\M>h Fa:" .::> ^ v t B; -: Ma r ;hrr. nR( 1 %  vry r a We J*S ir .' Jft cr aaoanal fat I k • ..:'.v \ %  .--v.— '•JL J ti t brrfnl taWr ifeead a-c -::I v : V^prr:^\jrrin!>c^rr^r %  : : HASH *"*v veins am mtiru. UHUB W mw. jinr fimn-rnmini wt tt *Jht *utnRKi it i>/(t oitf. *nr fm, v -at 5CCK %  BBM '•-'.%  U KOSHER and Pfi z r -> c •'ajprine Company, O"



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^aqe IO-B 9*"*!<* FfrrirU>ir Friday. October 4. 1963 Executive Board of the Chaim Weizmann 3ranch of Farband plan Sunday night's funcion. Seated (left to right) are Anna Chaet, L. Berman, Anna Katz, Moe Levin, Dora Ofenhenden, Selma Berman and Rose Cohen. Standing (left to right) are Max Goldscheid, Harry Sacks, and Aaron Katz. Not shown are Joseph Rabin, Irving Sachs, Mrs. Leah Levin, and Harry Chaet. Farband Branch Supper Will Launch New Kupat Holim Project in Beersheba Sol Stein, of New York, national The supper function in behalf of .ucutivc director of the Histadrut the Kupat Holini-Histaclrut will be> .impaign in the United Stales, will! gin at 6 p.m. • e guest speaker at a meeting here i Sponsors will be officers and Sunday evening in the Fontaine-j members of the Chaim \Ve : zmann i leau Hotel. Branch of Farband. Fifty new Cedars of Lebanon $1,500,000 Drive Slated for Launching to Finish Building Board of Trustees of Cedars of; 1 ,'banon Hospital this week set a i ipital fund goal for the complet'ap of the hospital's program. President Harry L. Lewis and P-Oitd Chairman Stanley C. Myers •intly announced that a drive to; Jise $1,500 000 would be launched j i once in the South Florida area *. > meet the costs of completing 'Te upper three floors and exten• ve expansion of the laboratories id out-patient department. "The Federal government has .•cognized that Cedars of Lebanon Hospital could not function at its full potential with the fourth, fifth and sixth floors un finished," said Lewis. Cost of the construction job is approximately $370,000. The total, including equipment, will be well aver $1,000,000. Cedars was awarded a Public orks Accelemton Act grant of 530,210. with the proviso that '-witching funds in a similar m mount must be raised from the i immunity. On the basis nf substantial pledges by a number of local civic iaders, the expansion program at under way in April. "The most desperate need is 4tra beds." it was pointed out by l a nford K. Bornstein. hospital administrator "We have functioned s a three-floor institution with -ily 108 beds since November. '961, and al near-capacity most i ; the year." There will be 174 additional •eds. four X-ray laboratories in'.ead of two. a blood bank for each tboratory. a larger and more actssible emergency ramp, a new conference room, enlarged cafeteria, gift shop and administrative section. Focusing upon the rising costs of patient care today, Lewis told trustees that "in the 1960's, new equipment for a 282-hed. hospital costs man now than tWe entire hospital did 20 years ago." Architects Smith and Korach. the original designers of the hospital, planned the six-story structure to allow for the present expansion. Each floor will include 14 330 square feet of new work space. Three new floors will add a total of 42,990 square feet to the area. Work is proceeding with a minimum of noise and disruption of normal hospital routine, according to Bronstein. Outlining plans for the fund campaign. Lewis said that the officers and board would constitute a Pacesetters' Committee and assume a quota equal to about one-third of the total. Playing a major role in tis leadership unit will be such communal leaders and businessmen as Saul Silberman and Samuel Spector. whose gifts to the hospital are in the $100,000 category. A Doctors Committee has held I several informal advance meet ings. made pledges, and accepted assignments to contact their associates and friends in the community. Lewis reported. "We will confine our concen. trated campaign to a three-'month period between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31," he stated. Campaign plans call for a members are to be installed. Joining Dr. Stein on the rostrum as a guest speaker will be Rabbi I.eon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Moe Levin, president, said that a special branch project will be launcher* in the Kupat Holim Medical Center now under construction in Beersheba, Israel, which is being underwritten by the Greater Miami Business and Professional Chaoter of Kupat Holim in the sum of $250,000. The Chaim Weizmann Branch project will be in memory of Isaac Offenhenden. "one of the outstanding leaders of Farband and a founder of the branch," according to Levin. Mr. Offenhenden recently pasted away here. Musical program will feature Miss Carol Donu, noted soprano here. Flagler Children To be Honored All first grade students of Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Religious School will participate in the celebration of Simchas Torah on Thursday. Oct. 10, at 6:30 p.m. Children to be honored as the I Holy Scrolls are removed from the j Ark and marched around in the I traditional processions are Jack Segal. Barry Michael, Scott Dem-1 i sky. Kenneth Golen, Joe Cohen. | Lee Shankman. Robert Grosswald, Richard Levine. Dickie Irvine. Frank Kronberg, Jay Bernkrant, Amy Erdheim. Lorri Logue, Jean' ne Becker, Brett Becker. Marci I Gronberg. Miriam Oroshnik, and Jeffrey Cohen. Cantor George Goldberg will assist in the singing of the Hoshanas. Cuban to Speck Out at Workshop "The Cuban in Miami Speaks Out on Social and Economic Problems" will be the subject discussed by Wcstbrookc Country Club's Wisdom Workshop on Friday evening. 8:15 p.m. Moderated by Aaron Aronoff. participants will be Paul Lane, of the Cuban Refugee Emergency Center, and Pedro Pelegria of the Catholic Relief Services. A mother and her son. formerly of Cuba, will join in the question and answer period. Second October Workshop session, to be held on the 25th. will be "An Appraisal of the Kennedy Administration." with faculty members of the University of Miami Government Department leading a round table discussion. DR. O. J. HUMPHRIES announces The New Location of Opa-locka Chiropratic Clinic at 17410 N.W. 27th AVENUE New Phone Number 624-7192 Library to Honor Mrs. Duntov Here Next Wednesday Surf-Bal-Bay Library' >s starting its second year at its new and larger headquarters, the Surfside Community Center, at 9301 Collins Ave.. which will be the site of several celebrations on Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. Founders and Friends of SurfBal-Bay Library will hold open house during wnich formal presen-: tation ol furniture and equipment j which they subsidized will be made to the three Towns. Librarian Mrs. Lillie Duntov, completing a year of service, will be honored for leadership in devel. opment of the library. Highlight of the evening will be a message delivered by Charles H. Walker. Dean of Student Per sonnet at Miami Dade Junior College. Judge Theodore Nelson serves as president of the Friends. city-wide appeal via press, radio and televsision, personal solicitations through campaign "flying squads" in business, industry, government, and the professions, and an all-out drive for contributions in the synagogues and temples. "We are now making available memorials and endowments ol ta tilities in the new wings and in the top three floors." Lewis said. Under discussion by the Campaign Committee is a "Victory Banquet" on Dec. 21. heralding the opening of the new sections of the hospital and the successful completion ol the drive. Army Techniques To be Viewed Temple Judea Religious School stalf will meet Sunday noon for an intensive briefing by Mel Schwartz, member of the Temple Board of Education, on the techniques he tested and taught during his army career. Discussion will follow. As an instructor in a I'.S. ArmyAir Force Radio School. Schwartz developed a manual tor the training and guidance of army instruction in pedogogic technique and classroom management. Board of Education members are Mrs. George Baum. chairman. Schwartz and Mrs. Joseph Klein. In addition to Rabbi Mordecai Podet, who directs the Religious School, and Cantor Gordon Richards. Temple Judea's teaching staff includes Mrs. Ellis Robins. Peter Klein. Jack Rosenfeld. Mrs. Al Ro^eoe. Mrs. Esther Brenner. Jerome tall, and M.ss Sonya Klein. Beach Dentists Plan Installation Annual banquet and installation ceremony of the Miami Beach Dental Society will be held on Saturday at Chandler's Restaurant. Outgoing preside.:!. Dr. Joseph Zalmanoif, and new officers will be honored at the lornial affair. Professional entertainment and an orchestra lor dancing will be featured at the steak dinner, to be preceded at b':30 p.m., with a cockla.1 hour. Dr. Bennett A. l.ee is in charge ol reservations. 'Y' Announces Special Program After School Miami YMHA announces the opening of its atterschoo! pro gram for boys and girls in the first through s>xth erades. Activities to be offered are lessons on the recorder. Arnold Grayson, instructor. Mondays; irt drawing and painting, instructor. Marsha Deutsch, Wednesdays: Girls Friendship Club, advisor. ; Mrs. Linda Kaplan; and boys physI ical fitness, instructor. Al Schla >er, on Fridays. Miami Attorney Kenneth Myers has been appointed to the Retirement Board ol the Miami City Employees Retirement System. He will serve the unexpired term of Joseph P. Manners through December, 1964. Jewish Values To be Discussed Why Hebrew." "7-11," and "The Mental Hygiene Value of Jewish Kducation" will be the subjects dis1 cussed at the first meeting oi the Religious School PTA of Beth Tor| ah Congregation. Event is slated for Monday, 8:30 p.m., in the Youth Room of the school building, according to Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, PTA president. Serving as discussants in addi! tion to Rabbi Max A. I.ipschitz and Abraham J. Gittelson. education director, will be Irving Seidel, immediate past president of the congregation and a former Boatd of Education chairman, Manuel Bergman, a pas; president or trie con: gregation. and Mrs. George Katzman. Hadassah education leader and former pre school PTA president. Negro Leader to Receive Award By Special Report NEW YORK-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. will be honored by the United Synagogue of America at its convention in November during special exercises marking the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. Dr. King will be presented with the Solomon Schechter Award for his role "in translating the proohetic vision of Abraham Lincoln into a living reality." The only other recipient of the award, which is named for the founder of the United Synagogue, was Sen. Herbert II. Lehman, who received it in 1947. I What's the quickest way to —RELIEVE ARTHRITIS PAIN? 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Jmisti Fk>rid/an
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
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Dr. /fap/a/i Clarifies His Intentions
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i. Emanuel Pushkin (right), Miami optometrist and vice pres-
jnt of the Florida Optometric Association, participated in
association's executive committee meeting in Tampa last
eekend, helping map plans for 1963-64. Dr. Pushkin is seen
Inferring with Dr. Paul M. Kessler (left), association pres-
ent from Orlando, and Dr. Myron L. Shofner, former Arkan-
Optometric Association president, who in an all-day edu-
tional seminar Sunday outlined new methods and pro-
lures to help Florida optometrists better serve their patients'
kual needs and improve practice management.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I have returned from a summer
visit to Israel, and have noticed
that the announcement of my re-
tirement from the active service
at the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary has been misinterpreted by
.some Jewish newspapers. Permit
I me, therefore, to clarify the situ-
ation briefly.
My major interest for a number
of years has been the Reconstruc-
tionist movement. The progressive
i deterioration of Jewish life in the
i United States, and indeed through-
out the world, has given me no
BETH SH010M FUNCTION
iraei Envcy Will Speak
it Bond Tribute to Ansin
hassador Katriel Kaetz, Is-
Istatesman and veteran hero
struggle for independence,
guest speaker ;it the Tem-
pvih Sholom-Isiael Dinner of
1c on Sunday evening, Oct.
It the Doral Beach Hotel, it
Innounced this week by Rabbi
Kronish, Temple spiritual
and Louis F. Snetman,
|r Chairman.
ft>assador Kaetz is coming to
Wecially t" present the Is
Redemption Award to Sidney
osbi who will be honored lor
^exemplary service to the
ft. the community, and the
|e of Israel."
Ambassador Kaetz is widely-
known as the man who estab-
Lshod the first line of communi-
Blatlon between Israel and the
^^B Curtain countries. He has
Itinguished record of service
rael's Armed Forces and in
its Diplomatic Corps. Ambassa-
dor Kaetz began his career in
Israel's foreign service in 1949,
after leaving >he Israel Defense
Forces.
After lour years, he served as
chiel secretary in the Cabinet of
the Israel Government, and was a
leading spokesman for the Israel
Government. During his career in
Israel's diplomatic service. Am-
bassador Kaetz has served as Is-
rael's Charge d'Affaires in Hun-
gary and as Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary in
Poland.
Heading the dinner committee
with Snetman are Rabbi Kronish.
honorary chairman, and James M.
Albert, Dr. Harry E. Wolk. Isadore
Hecht, Maury S. Olinick, Philip
Schlissel, Mrs. Leo Levin. Mrs.
James Albert, Mrs. Louis Snet-
l man, Mrs. Seymour Silverman and
Mrs. Isadore Hecht.
i rest. The conventional approaches
to religion, to education, to Jewish
community life, and to the sur-
vival of the Jewish people as a
creative spiritual lorce in the
world have failed. Nothing less
than a completely new approach is
! needed to reinvigorate Judaism in
i our time.
In the years that remain for me,
11 wish to devote myself to study-
! Ing how to stem the tide of dis-
integration, to find out how to im-
prove all aspects of Jewish life.
For this reason. I am hoping to
establish a Research Institute for
Contemporary Judaism.
The purpose of this Institute
is to turn the attention of my
colleagues and myself to a ser-
ies of projects through which we
can learn what needs to be done
in order that all Jewish relig-
ious, Zionist, cultural and social
service activities be conducted
from the standpoint of Judaism
as an evolving and progressive
religious civilization in which
there must be room for unity in
diversity, and in which tradition
shall have a vote but not the
authority of a veto.
Participants in the Institute will
be rabbis, educators, and social
workers who are already active in
their respective fields of endeavor.
They will be drawn from all de-
nominations and from those who
have no official affiliation with any
of them.
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I Friday. October 4. 1963 foj|A rirrW^n TEMPLE Judca held a post j< tn Kippur dance at the Ttrrji.t on Saturday night. Mrs, Herbert Gclernter. whose husb, who received her training al ti Philadelphia Museum Col'••-:<• lof Art. where she won a BfahsJtr oi Fine Arts Degree. 8M won several awards in the fields; U ceramics and art teacher education While a student. She has exhibited paintings and ceramic sculpture in many student show Mrs, Steinsynder taught art in elementary] junior and senior high school 1 ; in the Philadelphia area. Locally, Mrs. Steinsnyder has pufhtea at the University of Miami w.'h William Ward, whose advice and criticism helped this exhibition to materialize. The paintings exhibited at Jordan Marsh are all oil on canvas. All are abstractions. Some have been inspired by nature and the human form. Others have originated as non-objective paintings which have finally suggested recOgnizable forms. This is Mrs. Stein.siiyder's first showing in the Miami area. Glamor Will Be Theme Tuesday "Glamor" will be the topic highlighted at the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach luncheon on Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., at the Barcelona Hotel. A past lieutenant governor, 4th District Opti-Mrs., Mrs. Frank Arthur, will report on the physical and emotional changes in her life Simulated by her experiences since completing the course. Guest speaker. Mrs. Loy Oxell. owner and operator of Loie's Modeling School and Agency, will describe the technical problems involved in Mrs. Arthur's metamorphosis. Business agenda of the meeting, conducted by Mrs. Murray Sonnett. president, will include distribution of tickets for the premiere of "It's a Mad Mad Mad World" to be held on Dec. 19 at the Sheridan Theatre, the club's first major fund-raising event of the year. Oldsters Build Temple Sukkah The Minyonaires group at Temple Adath Yeshurun, whose average age is 69. are responsible for the authentic and attractive Sukkah they built in time for the holiday which began on Wednesday evening. Members of the Sisterhood, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Dorothy DeNoia and Mrs. Erwin Berman, decorated the Sukkah. A Sukkoth party will be held for the students of the Temple's Religious School on Sunday morning, and in the evening, boys and girls of the 7th and 8th grades will be guests of the USY chapter. Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan will hold a Sukkoth open house party for the entire membership of the congregation on Sunday afternoon in their new home, 1120 NE Miami Gardens Dr. Community Singers Rehearse Miami Beach Community Sing ers, under the direction of its new conductor and musical director, Hirsh Marchbcin Marbiny, have started weekly rehearsals in the Bandroom of the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School every Thursday evening at 7:45 p.m. Vacancies now exist in the base, tenor, alto and soprano sections. Robyn Tubin Meeting Here Entertainmc.n and refreshment* will follow the regular meeting of the Robyn Tub n Chapter. City of Hope, slated for Thursday, Oct. 10, 8 p.m., Paid-up and new members will be guests at the home of the chapter's president, Mrs. Lewis Brooks, 19600 NE 19th Ave., on Sunday cenina. Oct. 20. AIR/SEA ISRAEL TRIP Tropical Chapter Luncheon Tropical Chapter. A m e r i c a n Medical Center at Denver, has sla' ted a membership luncheon, open to the public, for Friday at the ; Deauville Hotel. Chairing the af-1 lair, which will feature a fashion j show, will be Mrs. Joseph Richj man. Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, presj i idenl of the chapter, will greet the j guests %  FREE! 5 GAL. GAS FREE! 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I Friday, October 4, 1963 +Jtwis* ncridKSun Page 13A %  'iS'>'- A'^rfc>'r. \ lw—^ B( g ( ~, X-':. Dr. Emanuel Pushkin (right), Miami optometrist and vice president of the Florida Optometric Association, participated in I the association's executive committee meeting in Tampa last weekend, helping map plans for 1963-64. Dr. Pushkin is seen conferring with Dr. Paul M. Kessler (left), association president from Orlando, and Dr. Myron L. Shofner, former Arkanjsas Optometric Association president, who in an all-day edu[cational seminar Sunday outlined new methods and proredures to help Florida optometrists better serve their patients' [visual needs and improve practice management. BETH SHOLOM FUNCTION [Israel Envcy Will Speak it Bond Tribute to Ansin ibassadof Katrtel Kaetz. toll i .-uitesman and veteran hero |i e struggle tor independence, l>e guest speaker at the Tein vih Sholom-Isiael Dinner of .itc on Sunday evening, Oct. .,t tbe Doral Beach Hotel, it announced this week by Rabbi In Kroni.sh, Temple spiritual ler, and Louis F. Snetman, |ier Chairman. nbassador Kaetz is coming to ^nn-*>peci;illy to present the IsRedjpmption Award to Sidney |AnsLu ; who will be honored for •exemplary service to the ipte. the community, and the le of Israel." Ambassador Kaetz is widelyvn as the man who estabid the first line of communilion between Israel and the Curtain countries. He has istinguished record of service (Israel's Armed Forces and in its Diplomatic Corps. Ambassador Kaelz began his career in Israel's foreijn service in 1949, a'ter leaving ihe Urael Defense Forces. After four year-;, he served B8 chief secretary in the Cabinet of the Israel Government, and was a leading spokesman for the Israel Government. During his career in Israel's diplomatic service. Ambassador Kaetz has served as Israel's Charge d'Affaires in Hungary and as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in Poland. Heading the dinner committee with Snetman are Rabbi Kronish, honorary chairman, and James M. Albert. Dr. Harry E. Wolk. Isadore Hecht, Maury S. Olinick. Philip Schlissel. Mrs. Leo Levin. Mrs. James Albert, Mrs. Louis Snetman, Mrs. Seymour Silverman and Mrs. Isadore Hecht. Abuffyu* St**tA&t normandie I parkway *"T THlAf Of [ AW *H(AT*{ **T THtATPtt I *QT t-f TOF SO MIAMI -US -1 I COUINS AVE. ,i 74 WA SUNStI OHIVl II MIAMI Bl ACH Open 6:43 | Open 1,45 COAL WAY ,i II* Open 6:45 RICHARD HARRIS STA* Of "MUTINY ON IHI BOUNTY SPORTING LI I RACHEL ROBERTS Best Picture" for 1963 •MCPKAHOHAi ran emits Best Actor for 196 3 CANNCS 'HM HSKVAl ^S DINNER SERVED F SAT. 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UTTER TO THE EDITOR Dr. Kaplan Clarifies His Intentions EDITOR, The >w7sh"Vloridian: I have returned from a summer visit to Israel, and have noticed that the announcement of my retirement from the active service at the Jewish Theological Seminary has been misinterpreted by -some Jewish newspapers. Permit me. therefore, to clarify the situation briefly. My major interest for a number of years has been the Reconstructionist movement. The progressive deterioration of Jewish life in the United States, and indeed throughout the world, has given me no I rest. The conventional approaches I to religion, to education, to Jewish I community life, and to the sur| vival of the Jewish people as a creative spiritual force in the I world have failed. Nothing less than a completely new approach is needed to reinvigorate Judaism in our time. In the years that remain for me, I wish to devote myself to studying how to stem the tide of disintegration, to find out how to improve all aspects of Jewish life. For this reason, I am hoping to establish a Research Institute for Contemporary Judaism. The purpose of this Institute is to turn the attention of my colleagues and myself to a series of projects through which we can learn what needs to be done in order that all Jewish religious, Zionist, cultural and social service activities be conducted from the standpoint of Judaism as an evolvin/j and progressive religious civilization in which there must be room for unity in diversity, and in which tradition shall have a vote but not the authority of a veto. Participants in the Institute will be rabbis, educators, and social workers who are already active in their respective fields of endeavor. They will be drawn from all denominations and from those who have no official affiliation with any of them. DR. MORDECAI M. 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J agi \A .-age 4-B Jmlstncr8dian_ Friday, October 4, 1953 Mildred G. Cooking Corner In recent years the role of Sukkoth as a harvest festival has re: quired more of its original im;. rtance anil many of Us like to nphasize the connection between 1 :s observance and ttie American liday of Thanksgiving. With this mind, during the festival we epare one meal like that served Thanksgiving. In doing so we call the great Sukkotta festival of icient Bible days when our fore: Ihers, farmers in their own land. yously thanked the Lord for the nndance of their crops. We also emphasize how timeless and uni\ ersal are the customs and beliefs of Judaism. For a time, the harvest aspect ol Sukkoth was almost completely eliminated. We. in reviving it. become one in spirit with the forefathers who dwelt in ancient Bretz Visroel, as we express thankful nesa for our God. A thanksgiving dinner Is therefore true to this aspect of Sukkoth. Bui just aa Sukkoth has in addition aH these other distinctly Jewish meanings, so too 'our meal should include distinctly Miami Beach Hadassah Chapter Launches Membership Campaign n Jewish customs and traditions. Instead of being exactly like our late November feast, this one should combine the roast turkey and cranberry sauce with our own special holiday delicacies. We would have the wine for Kiddush. the challos. ; and the bowls of honey As we do at many of our oilier simchas. we might begin with : chopped herring spread Oil kichel : Kichel comes in many forms, from plate-sized sheets to dainty cook' ies. The one we are serving is just large enough to be a generous base for a canape, and is not at all sweet. Since stuffed vegetables are traditional for Sukkoth. we prepare zuccini, also a favorite 111 Israel, in this manner. Also traditional for Sukkoth are pastries of fruit, such as strudels or a de licious banana sponge cake delicately flavored with spices Menu for Sukkoth Wine for Kiddush ChallOS Bowls of Honey Chopped Herring on Kichel Vegetable Soup Roast Turkey Stuffed Zuccini Candied Sweel Waldorf Salad (i pples, celerj nuts, raisins and 1 Cranberry Saw 1 Mixed Sweel Pickles Banana Sponge Cak Black Coffee or I Kichel (Eirkichel) for Appetizers 7 8 cup sift< d all put p l -4 ling bak 0 der l l L; tabli spoons l 4 teaspoon -. 1 2 1 oil ess Changing of street sign of Lincoln Rd. to Hadassah Rd., corner of Collins Ave., in honor of "Hadassah Membership Month" 'Dok place this week in Miami Beach under the auspices of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Nat Barth is presdent of the chapter. Silting on tcp of ladder is Mrs. Phyllis Reuben, of Morton Towers Group. Mrs. Miriam Press, of Henrietta Szold Group, is shown on the steps cf the ladder, and be,'ow her is Mrs. Max Goldberg, of Hanna Senesch Group. Standing (left 10 right; are Mrs. Joseph Kalfon, life 1 hip chairman of chapter; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Em irus Group; Mrs. Maurice Cahn, chapter membership coordin< Mrs. Nathan Rifkin, Hanna Senesch Group; end Mrs. Harry 3uchsbaum, Morton Towers Group. Monday's membership kick-off at the Algiers Hotel launched a month-long drive to .eenroll the 4,500 members in Miami Beach Chapter and to .each a goal of 5,000 members by May, 1964. Sukkoth Fete For Farband A festive Sukkoth celebration, sponsored jointly by sevei I grot ps of the Labor Zionists of Greater Miami will be held on Tuesdaj 'veiling. 8 p.m.. at the Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington Ave. Participating branches are BenGurion. Bialik. Poale Zion. Chaim Greenberg, Pioneer Women Club I, and Tikva. Dr. Simon Wilensky, president of Poale Zion. will extend greetngs in the name of the participating group.. Chairman of the evening, Joshua Stadlan, will introduce guest peakor Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. consultant ol the Bureau ol Education, whose subject will be The Significance ol Sukkoth." Cantor Hirsh Adler, of Temple Emanu El, will off minutes, until the dues are a light brown Be can ful not to overbake, Cool on racks Phe kichel Bre puffj bul thin and crisp. 11 SU g ar iB | ri id on the bal er be fere baking, they maj 1 lo be n-ed as plain co Icii 1. This mak< about 35 Stuffed Zuccini 3-3 1 lb. luccini 3 thin slices toasted while bread 1 tablespoon parve margarine 1 medium onion, miner I 1 8-0/ can tomato sauce Salt and pepper to taste Select zuccini of the same size. Wash, and lightly scrape the -kin. but do not peel Cover with boiling water and cook, covered, for 15' minutes Drain and cool to hike, :ii an( | tartar until stiff enoij I m i n hall 'n P aK *, Graduall> it the centers, retaining l 4 cup s • • r inch """l the mixture 1 thick Place I l-oul pulp mi Fold the b < in ; n • Dice the %  ''' m,l) tne ''' sma || 1 h to blond thorou ?hl) I until more. Pour into a pan v.. \ lv< cut in s ell'ele th : e shells il side • gii ."1 .. i h, Fill with ci ke tester inserte I ilp ., 1 1 nd comes oul drj Invi I apoon the tomato same evenlj then carefully rei o\er Ihe tops. Bake ui foi ; ai lovely onions! Onion flavored MATZOHS *^>PW %  visasssBMA* •i —.-.y w •ir o$n w See and taste now oodl:ol onion flavor makes these snapapart matzohs a welcome change from bread m hand-in-hand with soups, fish, main dishes! The snack preme gives new life and delicate zest to dip* uui spreads. Onion flavor does it! 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+Jmisl> Her Mian
Friday. Octcfe**, 4, 1963
Argentine Jewry Fears Rising
Tide of Anti Semkhim -.*
Escorting the Torah Scrolls into the new Young
Israel are top row (left to right) No. Miami
Beach Councilman Newton Greene; Rabbi
David Hill, president of the National Council
of Young Israel; Emanuel Ungar, president of
the congregation; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber,
spiritual leader of the congregation; and No.
Miami Beach Mayor Arthur Snyder. Bottom
row are Ben Lerner, Joseph Margolis, Alex
Gooze, Harry Lerner, Dr. Solomon Nussbaum,
chairman of the Building Committee, and Mil-
ton Gottlieb.
Canadian Jewry Lists Big Concerns
Continued from Page 1-A
other group he listed was books
and pamphlets published and dis-
tributed by the Huemel Publishing
House, including publications sign
ed by Father Julio Meinvielle. who
has admitted acting as -spiritual
adviser" to the Tacuara group.
Dr. Schteingart reported that at-
tractively-printed reprints of the
Protocols of the Elders of Z'OB,
the classic publication of anti-
Semitism were on sale in most
bookstores in Buenos Aires. He
said that the reprint has the pub-
lication sources of "Maximo Pere"
but that it was evident that it was
edited by the liuemel House He
also mentioned official Catholic
publications, such as "Our Lady of'
Fatima Parish Bulletin." which i
published such material as that of
Juan Mslensck. a priest of Yugo- '
slavian origin, which expressed
deep hate aga;nst the Jews" and
OTTAWA (JTA) The Can-
adian Jewish Congress has sub-
mitted to the Dominion's Prime
Minister, Lester B. Pearson, a_
lengthy brief dealing with most of i
the major issues concerning Can-,
adian Jews.
Included among the issues were
the work of the Government's'
Royal Commission on Bicultural-
i-m and Bilingualism, immigra-
tion, the criminal code, the Bill
Of Rights, the Human Rights Com-
mission, property nationalized by
Poland, heirless property, the
USSR and its treatment of Jews,
ind Israel and the Middle East.
Premier Pearson received the
Jewish delegation in the presence
of Paul Martin, Secretary of
State for External Affairs; Maur-
ice Lamontage, president of the
Queen's Privy Council; and Guy
Rabbi Schiff W!U
Chair CD Council
Unifr in b&ami
ident
".' iami Ri
been elected
chain R ous Affairs
( lade County Civil De-
i in a me >ting of repre
lives ol the to ir pi imary affili-
which sponsor this phase "i
the Ch il Defense acth itj
Rabbi Schiff will also serve as
< hief of Civil Defense Chaplains'
Corps, embracing over loo clergy-
men of ;iil faiths who have volun-
teered to serve in any disaster by
ministering to the spiritual needs
of the people oi Dade County un-
der emergency conditions.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Ja-
eob Congregation, serves with Rab-
bi Sciff as representatives of the
Miami Rabbinical Association.
I'nder the direction of the Relig-
ious Affairs Council, participating
clergymen are organized into ap-
propriate Civil Detense Districts
according to the locations of their
churches and synagogues, with
Head District Chaplains to co-
ordinate activities within the dis-
tricts.
Fabreau, Minister of Citizenship
and Immigration.
The brief urged the govern-
ment to "take into account the
contribution made by other j
ethnic groups to Canada's col- j
tural enrichment." The brief
urged Hie Government "to al-
low nothing to denigrate the I
position, rights and privileges j
of Canadians and non-Anglo-
Saxon (Celtic) and French ori-
gin" and to study amendment of
the British North America Act
"to include inalienable rights of
citizenry under some Bill of
Rights provision as part of the
constitution."
Referring to the position ot
Jews in Russia and the Soviet re-
strictions which "inhibit and un-
dermine the efforts of Soviet
Jews to maintain and develop
their religious and cultural acth
Uy," the brief asked the govern-
ment to use its good offices to
raise these issuf "at appn priati
times and in an
forum."
The brief also ur .-. I I
..1 co !e take "anoth
: i ivisions bannii
mosities and hatre Is
spreading <>l I
ing disaffection among
groups in Canada and I
materials inciting I
against any class of pel
asked that the Governn
er tighlening protection!
violations of the Bill of .
stressed the importance ol
ning racial discrimination and
religious intolerance thr >u
Another brief submitted jointly
by the Canadian Jewish Congress
and the United Zionist Council
dealt with Middle Eastern ques-
tions as they affect the "secur-
ity and the well-being of Israel
and the Middle Eastern neighbor-
hood as a whole."
This brief sought fo elimi-
nate Israeli Arab border ten-
sions dealt with the imbalance of
arms being shipped into the Mid-
dle East region and called at-
tention to "the unresolved Arab
refugee problem and its impli-
cations for the future."
The Cariadian Jewish Congress
delegation was led by Michael
Garber, president of the CJC. and
Monroe Abbey, Harol
Chi ck, Samuel
llarvery, D iter, Lavy M.
y M. Harris and
Saul li iyi s The delegation which
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"Jewish Floridian
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Volume 36 Number 40
UNEF's Gaza
Role Stressed
By U Thant
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Sec-
ctary General U Thant told the
ieneral Assembly here this week,
4Afc n presenting the 1964 budget tor
"hi- I'N Emergency Force, that
'UNEF continues effectively to
serve as the stabilizing influence
n maintaining peace in the Gaza-
Sinai area of operations."
Mr, Thant presented a budget
'ailing for UNEF maintenance ex-
penditures for 1964 totaling $18,-
134,300, which is $5,700 less than
tin 1963 budget. In spite of re-
ports that Mr. Thant is considering
tin- possibility of reducing the
strength of UNEF, there is no
such indication in his proposed
budget, lie reported that UNEF's
strength consists of 5.149 men.
The financing of UNEF is one
-I the items ol contention in the
mineral problem of United Nations
ancing, since the Soviet Union
ini a number of other members
Eve refused consistently to pay
in- special UNEF assessments.
I In' force," Mr. Thant informed
he Assembly, "has continued its
-ace keeping so effectively that
I i re have been no serious
i m.s during the past year."
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 4, 1963
Two Sections Price 2C
Senators List Resolution
Hitting Soviet Prejudice
SIN. WBK0FF
cites grievances
WASHINGTON- Abraham Ribicoff (Dem.-Conn.) this week in a resolution condemning
the Soviet Union for discrimination againsl Jews. They appealed to
the Soviet Union "in the name of decency and humanity" to cease
executing persons for alleged economic offenses. They also asked the
Soviet Government to fully permit freedom of religion (or Jews and
all others within its borders.
In the Ribicnlf resolution. Sen-
ators from both political parties
and from all sections of the coun-
try declared there is now 'abun-
dant evidence' that the Soviet
IN WAKE OF ENVOY'S WITHDRAWAL
So. Africa Jews Welcome
Premier's View on Israel
IIICl-
'MATZOTH PURCHASERS
2,586 Jews
Now in Cuba,
Survey Shows
HAVANA (JTA) There are
1.022 Jewish families, totaling
2.586 persons now living in Cuba
.-I'd identifying themselves with
the Jewish community, it was re-
ported here on the basis of the
ust Jewish census taken by or-
-ni/i'd Jewry in this country since
present regime came to power.
The census was taken, on the
"is ol those Jews who identified
' iemselves as such through the
mrchase of matzoth for the last
sover, The computations were
lade by the Congregation Adath
Mael, lure, and the Zionist Fed-
eration under the direction of
El ezer Oranowski. The officials
In charge of the census said they
*ere certain that there were other
ih
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) -The
South African Jewish Board of
Deputies expressed gratilication
here, at its regular monthly meet-
ing Monday, over the attitr.de of
Prime Minister llendrik F. Ver-
v.oerd, who assured the country in
an address Saturday that he does
not consider the Jews of South
Africa responsible for Israel's "re-
buff" of this country's government.
The Premier criticized Israel
sharply for recalling its Minister
Plenipotentiary, Snncha Pratt, in
pursuit of Israel's policy of oppos-
ing South Africa's apartheid policy
at the United Nations.
The Board expressed "wel- '
come" of the Premier's warning
that Israel's latest move must
not arouse resentment against
South African Jews. Mr. Ver-
woerd told the country: "The
Jews of South Africa are citizens
of South Africa and have shown
how deeply they resent Israel's
attitude. There must not be any
anti-Jewish feeling in South
Africa. The Government stand-
point is this: If feelings were
motivated here against Jews, we
would commit the same in-
justice to them as the world is
committir.-j against us."
South Africa welcomes Dr. Ver-
woerd's reaffirmation that the
Jewish community here must not
be held responsible lor the acts
ol Israel's government.
"Israel." said the Zionist lead
er, "is a sovereign state, solely re-
sponsible for its own decisions.
South African citizens whose loyal-
Continued on Page 2-A
Government was persecuting Jew-
ish citizens.
The resolution specifically con-
demned Russia for singling out
Jews fer extreme punishment
for allege-' economic offenses,
confiscating synagogues, closing
Jewish cemeteries, arresting
rabbis and lay religious leaders
and curtailing religious observ-
ances. If also protested the
practice of discriminating
against Jews in cultural activi-
ties and access to higher educa-
tion, imposing restrictions that
prevent the reuniting of Jews
with their families in other coun-
tries ,and through other acts
oppressing Jews from freely
exercising their faith.
By responding to their resolu-
tion, the Senators said, the Soviet
Union now has "a clear opportun-
ity to match the words of its con
Continued on Page 9-A
The Deputy' Opens in Basle;
Police Guard Against Threats
Continued on Page 2-A
GENEVA(JTA)-The first per-
formance in Switzerland of "The
Deputy," the German play claim
! ing that the late Pope Pius XII
, failed to take a stand against the
Nazi genocide of Jews, took place
I this week at the Basle Municipal
Theater under the protection ol
more than 100 policemen.
The police were called in after
the theater management received
anonymous letters and telephone
calls threatening bomb explosions
in the- theater, a synagogue and a
Masonic lodge it the play was per-
formed. Written by Rolf Hoch-1
huth. the play contends that the
At a meeting here Monday night, late Pontiff did not adequately op-
pose the Nazi wartime slaughter I
ol European Jewry. Firemen who
were posted in the area in the
event the threats were carried out
did not have to act but the police
had to use their batons against
demonstrators. In addition to the
protesting demonstrators, Catho-
lics organized a silent march. The
full house applauded the play.
The play also had its first per-
formance in London, where the
Continued on Page 6-A
IN NEW JERSEY
-------------------------
Hassidic Group
Files Bias Suit
Against Town
NEWARK, N..I. (JTA) A
Brooklyn ultra Orthodox sect seek
ing to create an Orthodox Jewish
community in a New Jersey town
ship accused township committee
officials this week in a court suit
v.ith blocking the project for dis-
crimination reasons. The s-.iit was
filed by the Yetev-Lev Congrega
tion in Superior Court in Morris-
town against the Mount Olive
Township Committee. Mount Olive
i.> about It) miles northwest of
Newark.
The suit asked the court tu per-
mit the Hassidic sect to file the
required municipal performance
bond and to enjoin the township
"from Interfering with the orderly
development and construction of
the project."
The suit accused the Township
Committee of being "motivated
by considerations regarding the
nature and ancestral character-
istics of the persons who were to
inhabit the residences" and not
by considerations of zoning or
plannir.i. George E. Dakis,
Mayor of Mount Olive, and one
of the three members of the
committee, called the suit a sur-
nrise and the charges "false, the
furthest thing from the truth."
Most of the members of the sect
Continued on Pa.ge 16-A
little Things/ Red Envoy
Says of Bias Restrictions
addressed by Leon Dultzin. chair-
man of the Jewish Agency's eco
nomic department in Jerusalem.
Joseph Daleski. vice chairman of
the South African Zionist Feder-
ation, stated that "every Jew in
UPWARD TIDE IN HATE PUBLICATIONS
Anti-Semitism Rises in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES(JTA)Overt groups as the Tacuara and the Na-
uti.Semitic attacks on Jews and,tioal Restoration Guard, which
Jim ini' iEW- "hauC :st7s[bl,yiere involved in many months of
"inunished' during the first half ....., .
"1 1963 but there has been an in-. anti-Semitic incidents in major
it case in publications instigating
Wti-Jewish hatred in Argentina,
an expert reported this week.
Dr. Mario Schteingart, president
l the Argentine-Jewish Institute
w Culture and Information, cited
ne official ban on such extremist
Argentine cities..
Dr. Schteingart listed a va-
riety of such publications. He
mentioned large circulation pub-
lications, citing particularly the
new "Arab Nation," an attrac-
tive magazine published by the
local office of the Arab League.
He said the three issues publish-
ed to date were full of the stan-
dard anti-Semitic charges against
Jews, including alleged usury,
double loyalty, and treachery in
addition to the usual Arab dero-
gations of Israel.
He said the periodical was avail-
able on all newspaper stands. An-
Continued on Page 12-A
NEW YORK -(JTA) Anti-Jew
! ish activities by Soviet officials
were described as "little things'
] by the First Secretary of the So
viet Embassy in Washington dur
, ing a meeting with Rep. Leonard
i Farbstein. New York Democrat,
the Congressman disclosed here
' this week. Rep. Farbstein report-
ed the meeting with Anatoly G.
Mishkov in an address to 200 lead-
c rs of the Farband Labor Zionist
Order, in which he charged that
j "from all available evidence, it
;eems clear that the Soviet rulers
are determined to wipe out Juda-
: ism as a religion."
The Congressman said that
the Soviet diplomat came to see
him in the interest of establish-
ing better relations with the Uni-
ted States. The Congressman
told the Soviet diplomats that
such better re'ations were im-
peded as long as Americans con-
tinued to hear reports of Soviet
He
of
discrimination against Jews,
cited the many instances
synagogue closings, the arrests
and trial of Jews on charges of
black marketeering in matzohs
and the spotlighting of Jewish
defendants in economic crimes
trials.
Rep. Farbstein said the Soviet
liplomat then asked him if he
would allow "these little things"
lo stand in the way of good rela-
tions and that he replied that
'when you have many little
things' of this nature, they turn
mto 'big obstacles'."
Louis Segal, general secretary
of Farband, and a member of the
executive of the Jewish Agency
ior Israel, who also addressed the
conference, called attention to the
.act that only last week Jews in
Soviet Russia were forbidden to
hold prayer meetings in private
lo.nes on Rosh Hashona, even
hough in many places no syna-
. Ogue facilities were available.
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iday, October 4. 1963 •, CMflcfl FtmrrffHFfmir) liami to be Site >f CJFWF Meet Twelve-hundred representatives 217 central community w fctions serving more than 5.0(10 BO Jews in the United States and an a da will convene for the 32nd feneral Assembly of the Conner Jewish Fcdcratior.s and Wolf an funds at the Diplomat Hotel, fron lov. 6 to 10, it was announced tbii kek by Samuel Keldgose, oi l'liil iuelphia. chairman of the Assembly Program Committee. Confi outing an agenda whicli uns a broad gamut of Jowisi feeds, responsibilities and pur loses here and abroad, tiny v .. ocus on community planning, tin ancing of essential services, tlu lifting and distribution oi philan iropic funds, recruiting and devei ping leadership, and the improve icnt and expansion of health, wcl3are, education and other pro fciams to meet the mounting needs oi the Jewish people. Representing the Greater Miami liui.sh Federation on the national Program Committee are Mrs. kanley C. Myers and Judge Irving Eypen. vice presidents ot FederIt ion; Stanley C. Myers, threeImc president of Federation here Ind tor five years president of the founcil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds; and Arthur Rosilian, executive director of the liami Federation. The theme of the Assembly will set by Louis Stern, of Newark. I.J., CJFWF president, in an openPage 11-E Exalted Ruler Judga Mlton Feller conaratulctes winners of thp Ibird annual Elks'Golf Tournament at a regular meetina of Miami Beech Lodge. Winners (left to right) are Constable Leonard Wcinst'.in, Edward Melniker, Dr. Oscar Ruskin, chairman ol the Golf Tournament Committee, Irvin Leighton, Judge Feller, Mi'ton J. Pepper, Metro Judge Gerald Klein, and Larry Kimrnel. Leighton received the lowest score


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Friday, October 4, 1963 tr.m.3^1, nnr Mr 0 *m ,01 LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A .rtJHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60729-B IN RE: INI-il."f LKII.N HTTHRMAN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person! llavInR Claims or Demands Against Said I -::t -: Vou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against II in..I LEON FTTTERMAN denaMed late of Dade County, Florida, I., ih,Count}' Judges of Dade County, and ill,Hi,same in duplicate and .1provided In Keetlon 78" IS, Florida Statutes, in tin-ir offices in the County Courthouse m Dade County, FiorIda, within six calendar months from [the time of the first publication hcrei. or tii,* same will be barred, listed .if Miami, Piorlda, this inii Jaj MI" Sepember, A.D, I96S. RENE FITTERMAN AH Executrix First publication nf this notice on Itii,. 13th day of September, 1963, [WRINKLE & KESSLER lAttorneys for Executrix 1)11 sVyhold lluil ling, -Miami 33, Ha. 9/13-20-27, 10/4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60702-B N RE: Estate of IRENE ADLER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CRED'TORS a All Creditors and All Persons Havu Claims or Demands Against Bald state: Von are hereby notified and re'red to present any claims and deiimls which you mav have against ..star,of IRENE ADLER deceasi late of Miami. I>ado County, Plora. to Hi,Counts Judges 01 PaHe unity, ami file the same in dupllte and as provided in Section 733.16, oil.la statutes, in their offices in e County Courthouse in Dade CounFlorlda, within six calendar %  niiis from the time of the first nitration hereof, or the sain,will barred, Dated al Miami, Florida, this 8th y of Septembe \ 11 IM i LAWRENCE APLER As Executor |l'ii-si publication of this notice on ii:ltli da) of September, 1963. tONOVITZ. SILVER & SCMER tome) B for Executor Alnsle) Building, -Miami. Pla. 8 '18-20-27, l" l THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60649-C RE Estate ,-f CRANK NAVILIO £___ Di used. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'oiwina Haying Claims or I).man.Is Against Said Estate: You ;nv ti,-i,-ii\ iniiii'i.d and required t-i.-.-.. in any claims -111,l demandwhich you may have against LJB i-staliof F'ltANK NAVII.I ,i I.Hi..f Pa.le County, PI la, [th. County Judges of Dade County, flitthe sain,In duplicate -nd as rlded in Section 733.16, Florida ftutes, iii their offices in the Counpourthouse In Pad,County, Florwith'n six calendar months from n f the Hist publication herefr the same will be barred |ated .u Miami, Florida, this 3rd ,.r September, A.D. MM. VICTORIA NAV1LIO As Executrix rtist publication of this notice on 13th lay of September, 1963. IN KAPLAN |<>rn<-> for Executrix fr-. ti.-inian. Kaplan \Catsman i s.W. i'ii st Street 9 13-20-27, 10 I -AfJfflW BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "Why, Rabbi you don't remember US? We introduced ourselves to you after services two years ago last Rosh Hashanah." Copr. 1963, Dayenu Pioduclioni NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to i ngage In business under tinfictitious name ol ARLE BUSINESS BROKERS al 16499 N.K. I9th .in-., No. Miami Beach, Fla Intends to register said name with tin Clerk of the circuit Court of Padi Count} Florida. II. I-:. QOCLDEN Stole i iwner :• 13-20-27, 10' i ; IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60644-A IN RE: Estate of SOPHIE VVE1LL 1 1 ceased. NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Vou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of SOPHIE U'Kll.l, deceased into of Dade County. Florida, i to the County Judges of Pad,County, and file the same In duplicate ami as provided In Section 7:::;. in. Florida 1 Statutes, in their offices In the County Court lions,, in Dade County, FlorI ida, Within six calendar months from tin time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated .it Miami. Florida, this nth day of September, A.D, 1963 BARNETT ROBINSON, JR. As Administrator first publication of this notice on the 13th day of September, 1963, HARRIS AND ROBINSON Attorneys for Administrator 12th Floor Pad,Federal Bldg. Miami 82, Florida B 13-20-17. |ii/| ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +• Jewish noridHari solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-46*5 for messenger service' LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 50732-C IN RE: Estate of MORRIS BLOSSOM |i, ceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKR APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTON AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that t have filed a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and l-.nal Dischnrgi an Executor of ihe estate uf MORRIS BLOSSOM, deceased: and that on the 1st day ,,f November, 1963, will uppl) to the Honorable fount) Judges of Itade County, Florida, for approval of said Final Keiwrt and for distribution and final discharge as Executor of the estate of the above-named decedent. This I7lh da) of September, 1963. LESTER BLI ISW >M KOVNBR & MANNHEIMER A t tome) s 3OII I kupont Plain 'enter Miami 32, 1 lot Ida 9 %  %  ;. i" i-n-18 NOTI. E UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi the undersigned, desiring to engagi business under the fictitious name HURST PLACE lor trophies at if \V. ttli Avenue, Hlaleah Intends register said name with the Clerk Ihe Circuit Court of Pad,Count Florida. TROPHY WORLD, INC. -,i JT. 1" l-l 11^ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERESY RIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of llaias: ii. & I:. Wholesale Distributors at _'ii si-:. 1st street. Miami Florida intend to register said names with the clerk of tincircuit Court ,,f Pad,County, Florida. Milt MA HAl'SEN KITTY BRAIN MAIt\ IN lilt A t X JEROME JAC< IBSON Sole l twnera lll'Y K, STEWART Attn ne) for Applicants 1413 Congress Building 9 20-27, l 111 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE lEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9598 tKK ri (MI'Tt IN, Plaintiff, t s, LA MAE Cl IMPTON, befi ii-lain SUIT FOR DIVORCE IVIOLA M VE %  '' IM I'l' IN ( 2633 Standard A \ < nue s.i II I'., I,I... California %  n 1 VUda Ma.Compton, nri h n Ifl i ., .i mil ..I Comidatnt foi kree has been filed you I j mi .i i,:. ,| iii-, .1 to sen i a ci |i> %  'ii Ang to 111,Mill [v ill mi the I'laint E, c Imnn, ..;'• N.W. f< l-'l. rlda a: .1 %  nal Vnswer or I 'leading in the a tini'!, rk id • iic nil Ft on or In foiliIi,i ah da) of pli.-i. i 63 If you fail tn in, -ni U) default w 111 I"t.tken -i con fn. ihe %  i inanded %  IMl oi i 'omplfl |is II I |. i.ilsln il once eek fur r i -fll K JEW ISH FL< dill 'IAN >NE VND I IRDERED al Miami. Ida. this 6til day of Septembet 1963. Ii: II LEATHERMAN, Clerk, p-ult Court, Dade County, Florida |) II) : HELEN KESSLER I leuittj Clerk M.KY i-: i :i II iDMAN IN.W. I','.' Street ni. Florida (ney for Plaintiff : %  13-20-27, HI I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60643-C IN RE: Estate of MAY PERLMAN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditors ;md All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims ami demands "Inch you mav have against ih. estate ot MAY PERLMAN deceased late of ih. County and State : \i n Pi.k to tinCounty Judges of Dade County, and file the si in duplicate and as provided in Section I%  .1 i Statutes, In their ofi., ~ in tiui 'ount) Courthouse in I-., i County, Florida, within M\ calendar mouths from the time of the rirjii !iiiiu ai en i f, oi tiusame w ill i„barred. I i.,: I ut Miami, Flo Ida. this lltli da) ot Septembei \ I ::"' %  :'.. BAR.V'I : i T Ri "BINSt IN, JR. As A i. i ,.,-i -11 ator Fir^l publication "i this notice on Hi,13th da\ of Septeml • i. i \ IIRIS A.NI1 RI till SSI IN -, cm i\ Admlnisl I! h I-'.i I' ..-,i :.il Bldg. Miami .;_'. l-'i 27, I" I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60717-B IN RE: .Estate of .Mi H .1.1 !•; STEIN Dei eased. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and 11 quired to presenl any claims and demands which vou may have against ih.estate of MOLLIE STEIN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t,. ih,County Judges of Dade County, and fil,tile same ill duplicate and as provided in Kectlon ;:'.:MI;. Florida Statutes, in tliei: offices iii ih,County courthouse in Dade county, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the tint., of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred. Hal.-d at Miami, Florida, this 11th day of September, A.D. 1868. RUTH BAOL.EY As Administratrix First ptihlication of iln> notice on ih. 2oth day ,,f September. n>63. ABRAHAM II. SIIIKAT Attorney for Administratrix 333 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 9 20-27, 1" l-l 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I'l'ICK is HEREBY GIVEN that |ndersii:ned, desiring to engage in Ut under the fictitious name . judgment by default will itaken against you for the relief demandi d in tlie Bill of Complaint. This notie. shall bi published once each week for lour consecutive weeks in TIIK JEWISH l-l.' iKII'IAN PONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ltiih day ol September, A.P. 1963 B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court*, Had,County, Florida (seal) B) : C P. < 't il'ELAND l leputy Clei k SHIRLEY WOOl I-" Attorney for Maintiff -, JII-.':, i" i-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 60640-C IN RR: Estate of CHARI-ES UINSBERO 11, i .I-..1. NOT,CE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav%  aims ni Demands Against Said K.-tato: You ai-,hereby notified an I v%  IIII ,i t< prevent an) claims and demands which vou may have agaln-il ii state of CHARLES GIN.VIlFRi: .1 l.n I lade Count; Flor ida, to the County .Indues nf Dade County, and file the sain,in Hieir offices iii the Count) Courthouxo in I 'ml, i -Hani j. V oi Ida, within i %  ni.ir iiiniiilis from the dale first publication hereof, or tin same w ill I..i..i: red. i'.ii.d ai Miami. Florida :!'is 1::i % %  %  lav oi September 196' UAHRIF.I. .1. CORDt IVES! fly,, lltolc.oidn an. Goldstein APncsler Attorm > s :'l'H Wist I lagler Street i-.-:. i" t-ii IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60524 C IN lit-:: Estate of ISAAC i IKFENHENDEN I leccased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Kstatc: You arc hereby notified ami re; quired to present any claims and dan-.inds which you may have against ih. %  -late of ISAAC OKF'ENHBNDEN deceased late of Pud,County. Florida, to tile County .Indites of Pad, County, and file ihe sain.iii duplicate and as provided in Section 7:::S.1K. Florida Statutes, in their offices in tin County Courthouse i" Pad,County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will in hai red. Hated ai Miami, Florida, this 6th day of September, A P. 1963. DORA OKI 'ENHFJNDEN As Executrix First publication of this notice on ih, 13th .lay of September, 1968, Myers, Helman, Kaplan & Catsman By: LEt IN K \ PLAN Attorm > for Executrix 1 till S W. 1st St Miami. 1-1.-1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C 9351 W'KST SIPK FT3DERAL SHAVINGS AND l.i IAN ASSOCIATION OP NEW YORK CITY, Plaintiff, VB RUBIN 1IYMAN AND LILY ANN HYMAN Ids wife. BOUTHFJRN INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK, SAM BASS Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: SAM BASS :.::ni Harper Avenue Hyde Park Anns Hotel, Chicago. III. You are hereby notified that lh, ah..\e cnptloned action has been instituted against yon in tinCircuit Court of the Judicial circuit ,,f Florida in and for Dade County i., foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot l.-,. Block 71, SFJCOND ADDITION TO CAROL cil'Y. according to the Plat thereof described in Plat Book 'ii. Page T<. sh. ,-t i. of ihe Public Records of I >ade t 'ouniy. Florida. Vou are required to rile your answer '.. plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof noon plaintiff's alt..nicy. MARTIN KINK. Ilih Floor Pad,Federal Building, Miami :::'. l-'l..ida. not lat.-r than October 1 till. 1963, m a Decree Pro Confesso will I.,entered agalnsl you. Dated: August Sflth, 1968. t: 11. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By: c l'. COPELAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN KINK Attorney for 1'lalntiff llth Floor Pad,federal r.uilding Miami 12, Florida '.' I :-:'"-:'7. in l LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60297-A IN RE: Estate of HARI 'l.i' IK 'Y MILLER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: You at-,, hereby notified ami required to present any claims and demands which you max have nealnsl thi estate of HAROLD ROY MILI.KIt. deceased late of Pad. Cunty, Florida, to the County Judges .-i Dade County, and tilthe -am, in 'lupli..ii. and as provided in Section 133.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in iii, County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months ii..in ihe lime of the first publ hereof, or i he same H ill '> %  • hat Dated at Miami, Fid ,1 iln) of September, \. I 196 I PHI 1.1.1.A. v 111 l I I : A v i; \, \ Iirsl i'iihi-1 ai ion "i this notice on the 27th da > of Si pti inbet. 191 I PAUL KW1 INKY \ ii. \ for Estate ol t larold R) Millet l '• %  ised 120 Lincoln ltd Miami Bern h, Kla li _'T. I-' l-l I -IN I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 596I6A IN RE: Estate of MARY ELIZABETH MARZANE, Deceased. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS [To All Creditors and All Person Having claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: YOU, and each of you are hereby notified and i-,-i|uiie,i I., presenl any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the Estate of MARY ELIZABETH MARZANE, Deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable Judges of the County Judges' Court, Dade t iiiimi, Florida, HIK* to fit,the same in the office of the County Judges' In ih,Pade County Courthouse, Miami. Florida, within six calendar months •i-oin ih,dale of the first publication ii. i..f. Sai.l claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to I,,sworn i" ami presented aaforesaid, or same will i„barred, RICHARD P MARZANE o Richard M. Bepler, Esq. n Hlaleah Drive llialeah. Florida As Executor ot the Est ite nf Mary Blliabeth Marsane RICHARD M. SKl'l.Ki: Attorm ) for Estate •Pin Hlaleah l >i i\. Hlaleah, Florida : %  L'T, 1" 'I-Il-IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9479 pul.I.Alt SAVINGS BANK OP Till* CITY OF NEW YORK, Plaintiff, DOUGLAS I! BELL and DOROTHY A. BELL his wife. l.Kl'.nY s' EDWARDS and SOPHIA .1. ATKINSON, I safendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: LEROY S. KPWARDS 129 Villa Road Newport Nws, Virginia You are hereby notified Hint thi ahoy., caption, .1 action has been Instituted agalnsl you in the Clrcul Court of the ELEVENTH .Indicia Circuit of Florida In and for Pad, County to f.,r.cl..se a mortgage, upiu the following described real propert) Lot 17. Block 26, SCOTT LAKE MANOR SECTION POUR, accord liiK to the Plat thereof, record.-, in Plat Book •' %  '>. ai Page 'i-. of the Public Records of Dado Count) Iloi ida. Y..ii at,required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with tin Clerk of the aforesaid Court, am serve n copy thereof upon plaintiff" attorney MARTIN FINE ilih I Dade Federal Building, Miami :::.' Florida not later than October la 1963, or a 11.. :,-.Pro Confesso wii he entered .lli.lillst VOU. Dated s -ml., r 5, 1963. %  :. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: HKI.K.N KESSLER Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plalntlf I iih Floor Dade F'ederal I ship. Miami :::'. Florida |. 13-20-27, 10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10197 I M ANll'.l. MITCHELL, Plaintiff, vs. MARY BRIT MITCHELL, I '.fend.int. NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: MARY BRIT MITCHELLS k a MRS. MARY NELMC L'7 East Lenox RoxbUI y, Massachusetts You MARY BRIT MITCHELL ahn known as MRS. MARY NELMC B/I In rebji notified thai a BUI ol I lornplaint for Declaratory Decree lias been filed against you, and you art required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the urn of Con plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorne) AINSLEE K. FERDIE, Suite 202-204 2318 S.W. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables Florida 38184. ami file the original Answer or Pleading in the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01 before the 31a! da) of October, 1963 If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will I.,taken against you foi the relief demanded In the Pill ol %  'omplalnt. Pat.d at Miami. Florida this .'Ml da) ..:' Septeml.i r. 1963 K B. LEATHERMAN, i 'lerk of ih.i 'ircuit Court l lade Count) Florida is, ah By: C I', ci IPELANII Deput) clerk AINSLEE R. FERDIE ney for Plaintiff Suit.202-201 231". s W, LeJeune R %  id Coral Gables, Kla 38131 ;i L'7. in t-i l -P IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 63C 9350 POLI Ai: SAVINGS BANK OF THE '1TY 'INEW Y, IRK [Malt \ s. PHILIP BERN \::i. HEAi INKY ind VIRl 1IN1A A HEAI INKY, his if. I lefenda I NOTICE OF SUIT l'i i Philip Bern ird I leagne) and Virginia A. Heagney .his wife, :',7.'. War: ,n A \ eltUe Hawthorne, New York You ai-,hi reb) notified that He abovi captloned action has I n Instituted against you in the .'ircuit Court nf Hi, Eleventh Judicial circuit ot I im ida in and for Pad,County t< foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real iiroperty: Lot l Block 7" SECOND APPITION i'n CAROL CITY, according to tin rial thereof recorded in Plat BOM 65 at Page 18 ..f tin I'ui.ihRecords of Pade County, Plorlda, togeUtei with a c.l-:. Garbage Disposal KA558R; G.E. Refrigerator LW-U: Venetian Blinds; G.E, Oven and Raagi .I-:.:,.", and J-507 (B lnl Travels, Hods. ^'ou ai, required to file your ansvitii to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Cunt, and serve a Copy tli.r.of upon plaintiff's attorn-\ MARTIN KINK, niti Floor, Dade Federal Building, .Miami 82, Flcrlda not later than October 80th, 1961, or a 1 -I Pro '"niio-sso will be em. i. .i against you. DATED: September 28, 1968. K i: LEATHERMAN, Clel 1; of the i 'ir, uit Court .-. all By: c p. ci IPELAND I leputy clerk MARTIN FINE Attorn. > or Plaintiff nth • !• .1. I-', deral Bldg. Miami :;.'. IlOrlds 9 :7, 1.' I-H-1S



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Friday October 4, 1963 lewis* nnrfrffor? Page ll-A Jack S. Popick (left), president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, discusses with board members (second from left) Louis Hirsch. Mayshie Friedberg and Bernard Katz plans for the forthcomina visit of Eliahu Elath, president of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Feast of Tabernacles Has Rcots in Ancient History By DR. HELEN HIRSCH From the solemn exaltation of the Days of Awe to the gaiety of Simchas Torah. the Rejoicing of the Law. which marks the end and beginning of the yearly cycle of readings from the Pentateuch, two weeks have elapsed, with .summer slowly turning to fall. The essence of the Jewish Law is contained in three words: reverence, love, joy. They show us the way to bring us nearer to God. Feast of Tabernacles Sukkoth. beginning on the 15th •HJay of Tishri. Oct. 4, lasts seven days. We are ordered: Thou shalt dwell in booths seven days ... that your generation may know that I made the children of Israel to dwell in booths when I brought them out of Egypt" (Lev. 23:42). This is designed to keep fresh in our minds their 40 years of wandering through the wilderness. And the Lord said: "This is not to be to you a fast day as on the Day ot Atonement: eat. drink, be merry and sacrifice peaceofferings thereon." Home and synagogue are decked with greenery and flowers, and we gratefully thank the Almighty for the rich harvest. The four species brought into the synagogue are the golden citron the tall palm branch, the sprigs of flowering myrtle, and the graceful willow of the Arba-ahMinim combined. Every morning of the first seven days of Sukkoth, except on the Sabbath, we recite a blessing over them. During all these days, the Ark is opened and a solemn procession takes place. 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On this (lay. the prayers are much longer. They are recited while the worshippers circle the synaeogue seven times. Shemini Atzereth is the eighth day, when we leave the Sukkah, which was our home for seven days. After the recital of Yizkor prayers, we say the Prayer for Rain (Geshem). We ask the Almighty for rain as a mark of our devotion to Israel; for rain is necessary for a good harvest, and such rain is caught in garrels to be used during the dry season. Simchas Torah forms the culmination of the three weeks of religious observances which marked the solemn beginning of the New Year. Its name means "The rejoicing of the Law." our God-Given Torah. This holiday is devoted to the greatest book of all — the Holy Bible. On each Sabbath during the year, we read a portion of the Torah. and today the last portion has been completed. No sooner than this has been done, than the Torah is rolled up. and the reading starts with the first chapter of Genesis, the wonderful story of the Creation. Solemn Procession All the scrolls are taken out of the Ark and carried lovingly around the synagogue sevqn times in a solemn procession, called Hakofos. Dancing, singing and feasting bring the gay festival to an end. This ends the festive cycle of our holidays. Our precious heritage, transmitted to us through danger-fraucht millennia, has imbued us with a happy feeling of joy and exuberance. The essence of Judaism has always been its unswerving optimism in its messianic mission wlveh began in remote antiquity with the redemption from Egypt's bondage. Through the many dark ccn turies of oppression and persecution. Israel has proclaimed its messianic mission, not for Israi 1 alone but for all mankind. It ha; triumphantly outlasted all torments and calumnies. 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