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

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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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'"Jewish Floridiaii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 36 Number 41
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 11, 1963
Two Sections Price 111
Vatican Council Asked
To Make Special Case
Of Ties With Jews
DECLARATION REPORTED SET
PAGE 2-A
A ROME iJTA' A proposal Previously, a proposal was offer-
hat Jews be mentioned in the led that the Jewi-h religion be in
Ecumenical Council's Constitution l'fcct considered by the Catholic
on the Nature ot the Church was Church as the antecedent oi Cath-
nade this week by the Archbishop
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plan (or peace
i Archbishop was one ot 19
ncil Fathers who offered
une nieots to the first schema.
i r-tiuition; which is under
B at this Council session
|i li rlined the common bonds
i Jetnish neople and the
ifnolic Church stemming
Old 11-lament. A sum-
i hi- remarks said that
I mention should be made
Children of Israel."
The proposal is related to the
desire of the Church to divest
ise:f of al( elemerts of anti-
Jewish feeling developing from
he crucifixion an; related dog-
ia, a point emphasized last
,-ear when the late Pope Jahn
XXIII ordered elimination from
;> Good Friday prayer a refer-
ence to "perfidious Jews."
DIMAGOGIC CAMPAIGNS' RAPPW
Italians Denounce Soviet
For Treatment of Jews
Meir Lists Six
Point Program
For Mid-East
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) complete disarmament with i
Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign ual inspection, covering all type!
Minister, laid down before a plen- ol weapons "
;-ry session of the General Assem-I
ROME (.ITAt The campaign various forms of discrimination
throughout the free world to in- ,m(| persecution, as well as injus-
duce Soviet leaders to halt the mis-
treatment of Russia n .1 c i v
brought .in appeal here at a con-
ference of Italian intellectuals this
Meek for restoration of equality of
rights for Soviet Jews.
The appeal was embodied in a
resolution which asserted that So-
viet Jews were still subjected i<>
SI E boker (JTAi For-
mer Prime Minister David Ben
rurion celebrated his 77th birth
laj at his home here Mondaj by
i-ceiving a host of visitors and
ell u,-hers, including President stopped some distance from Mr.
Sh .aid Premier Levi Bshkol,
taking part In a variety
Ms including the ground-
ircakm ceremonies for the estab-
i "i i library at this set-
1 | which, he announced,
be part of what is described
Israeli Oxford," a project-
lege i if the Negev.
tice in the cultural field. Thous-
ands of divided Jewish families.
Ine intellectuals noted, were still
forbidden to reunite with relatives
in Israel and elsewhere.
In line with similar protests
registered in many other coun-
tries, the resolution cited "dem-
agogic" campaigns against So-
viet Jews in the press, exposing
the Jews to mistrust and con-
tempt by the rest of the popula-
tion. Unremitting denunciations
of Jews as "economic offenders"
and recurrent death sentences
also were cited.
The intellectuals, meeting in
their second such conference in
Rome, asserted that such policies
were in conflict with the current
efforts of the Great Powers to ease
East West conilicts. They asked
Ben-Gurlon's house by a huge ,nc Soviet Union, in its own inter
sign which declared: 'If the Old.
hly this week a six-point program
to lessen existing tensions in the
Mi die East and to "allay the
lears of armed conflict On be-
half of Israel's Government, she
I roposed that the governments in
the area pledge themselves:
"1 To respect the political in-
dependence and territorial integ-
rity of all the slate- of the region;
2. Not to interfere in the internal
affairs of any other state; 3. To
i enounce the threat or use ot
force; 4 To abandon policies and
practices oi belligerency, includ-
ing boycott and blockade: 5. To
settle all disputes by peaceful
means; (>. To enter into negotia-
tions with the object of achieving
Mrs. Meir spoke to a capacity
attendance during the Assem-
bly's "general debate," a proce-
dure giving Foreign Ministers
and other delegation heads the
opportunity of outlining the over-
all foreign policies of their re-
spective governments. She re-
ceived loud and prolonged ap-
plause from diplomats in the
Assembly auditorium while
many delegation chairmen rose
to greet her and shake her hand.
Mi- Meir noted in<: asing ten-
sions in the Middle Bast in
last year, saying thai the I
ions, often iinoK ins [srat I,
Ben Gurion Announces
New College for the Negev
groups including B'nai B'rith
and the Histadrut of North
America.
Visitors arriving by car were
Man walks, you can walk too.'
I eave .mum- ear here and proceed
on foot." The visitors, some of
v hoin had arrived by plane, gath-
eied in the kibbutz dining hall
where toasts were drunk to .Mr.
Ken Gurion with cups of fruit
Continued on Paqe 2-A
Continued on Page 7-A
APPLY MORE PRESSURE?
Israel Rejects Suspension Move
Of South Africa from UNations
new YORK (JTA) Mrs. cause ot that country's apartheid
Gol.ia Meir. Israel's Foreign Mm- policy,
liter, indicated this week in an- shp WM ,nterviewed on ,he
swer to a question during a tele- |oca, l,(I|lc.a,,()n:ll television -
vision inter\ie\v that Israel did
not favor suspension of South
Africa from the United Nations be-
|i Ct is sponsored by the Ju'ce'
in Negev Foundation,
A -! as a goal a five-year
ii tion plan to cost an esti-
0 or three million pounds
ii lor a college which would
lodate 1,000 students
The library, construction of
"hch will begin next week, will
delude Mr. Ben Gurion's lib-
''1. Funds for the project have
contributed by various
Among the events in which the
former Premier took part was a
festive meeting of the Histadrut.
Rabbi Criticizes Pope Pius
For Silence Over Genocide
running at the Aldwych Theater
Of The Deputy.'' The
play has been auacked bv manv
' one' me P"rfSOr Catholics because it blames the
Si
publi
annihilation of European Jewry
' '''" '"'''...... V ,, Catholics because it blames the
h | volume ol Mr. of history at the University of Mos- laU. Pontiff 1()1. faflln ,
writings on the Is- cow, a prominent British Zionist .,ic|v ^ |||||(l|,s masg
vm
LONDON i JTA)-Sharp criti-
Israel's labor federation, at which dsm of the late Pope Pius XII was nere
Secretarj General Aharon Becker leveled here this week by Rnbbi
ann nnced that (he
'mill publish
Ben-Gurion's
i.il labor movement. Other who is now editor ol the Zionist
events included a meeting of the yearbook, lie made his criticism
Mapai Leadership Bureau at which in a letter to the Daily Telegraph. Stating that other leaders had
Premier Eshkol presided. in connection with the production taken action, while Pope Pius re-
mained silent. Rabbi I.itvin de-
clared: "The reactionary Prime
Minister of Rumania. Antonescue.
saved Jews in certain Rumanian
districts from extermination. King
Boris, of Bulgaria, an ally of the
Nazis, whose country was occupied
by the Germans, saved the .lews
ol Bulgaria. King Christian of
Denmark did his utmost to save
the Danish Jews. He openly op-
posed anti-Semitism: he was not
punished by the Germans."
TORCZYNER IN SHARP STATEMENT
Zionist Union Flays Confederation
\ YORK (JTA) The he served by a journalistic debate !tein-HaIprin grouping. This is
I'nion of General Zionists v llh ,he Goldstein Halprin Confed- notably the case throughout Latin
rh SSjtLS X2E2LZ. nation regarding the proportion America;.and the same process is
to the World Confederation
i ral Zionists, which term "' General Zionists represented
s fallacious" the claim by I > either of the two groupings.
' World Union that it speaks for The World Conference for Unifi-
' f ClT';?\,ZiniS,S "on of General Zionists recent-
by the World Union. Is- ,y w- Te, Avjv w a ,,,,
Jacques Torcijriier, an of- Mll.ci.ss. Th(, new Worid Union
" ""' "'uanuat.on. stated: lor,m.(| lnerc nas tttrtcted and
"in Id Union of General now includes many organisations
' sees no useful purpose to formerly affiliated with the Gold-
in Europe, as
now underway
well."
The disputed claim was con-
tained in a survey by the Con-
federation, which was presented
earlier in tha week at a meeting
of the Confederation's executive
by Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, co-
Continued on Page 11-A
Assarting that Hitler and the
Nazis never ceased reckoning
with public opinion in certain
countries. Rabbi Litvin stated:
"There were 35,000,000 devout
Roman Catholics >n Hitler's Ger-
Continued on Page 3-A
tion. In a session during which
most of the questions dealt with
Israel's cooperation with new
African states in the field of econ-
omic and social development, one
ol the interviewers asked the
question: "Should the I'nited Na-
tions suspend south Africa and.
ii -uch a move is made, will Is-
rael support it?'
She replied that the UN must
consider very carefully whether
more pressure can te applied
upon a country when that coun-
Continued on Pa.ge 16-A
BILLY ROSE QUITS
NEW YORK i JTA I
Billy Rose, the pro ucer,
said this weekend he had re-
linquished the producing
rights to -The Deputy." the
controversial play by Ger-
man playwright Roll lloch
hut about the late Pope Pius
Ml and the Nazi slaughter
of European Jewry
He said Herman Shumlin
had taken over the rights to
"The Deputy.'- w h i c h
charges that the late Pontiff
failed to protest publicly
about the Nazi annihilation
of Jews. Previously Mr.
Rose had announced plans
to stage the play in New
York Citv this vear.


== Page 2-A
't-Jmistntridlar
Friday. October 11, 1953
Dr, Salo Baron to Inaugurate Jewish
Affairs Lectureship Series on Oct. 29
Dr. Salo W. Baron, noted schol-
ar, historian and author, will dp-
liver the inaugural address at the
first annual Contemporary Jew-
ish Affairs Lectureship at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Tuesday,
eveninc. Oct. 29.
Fred K. Shochet, publisher of
The Jewish Floridian, and chair-
Italians Criticize
Soviet Bigotry
Continued from Pag* 1-A
est and in the interest of world
peace, to end such restrictions to
permit reunion of split families
and to halt the unjust campaigns'*
of prosecution for "economic ac-
tivities called illegal.'" They called
on world opinion to "join in the
efforts to ease the plight of Rus-
sian Jews."
Prof. Aldo Garosci of Rome Uni-
versity, who presented the resolu-
tion, charged that of the 149 death
sentences passed on alleged eco-
nomic criminals. 60 percent were
inflicted on Jews. He said that in
the Ukraine, the percentage ran
from 80 to 90 percent.
He said the issue could be con-
sidered "a measure of the reality
of the world's hopes for reconcilia-
tion between the East and the
West in the interests of peace and
humanity."
man of the committee for the
lectureship, which is endowed
by the Sam Blank and Family
Foundation, announced the accept-
ance by Dr. Baron for the inau-
gural appearance of the series
honoring the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's 25th anniversary.
Dr. Baron, director of the Cen-
ter of Jewish Studies at Colum-
bia University and professor
emeritus of the Chair of Jewish
History, Literature and Institu-
tions at Columbia, is an inter-
rat ion ally-re .-owned student of
Jewish culture and history.
"A selected list of invitees has!
received invitations to attend the'
! first Jewish cultural affairs lec-
tureship," Shochet declared. "I;
\ know of no more formidable and,
learned spokesman on contem-j
porary Jewish affairs than our I
distinguished guest.
"All of us in the community!
are indebted to Dr. Baron and to
the Sam Blank and Family Foun-j
riation for this inaugural pro-;
gram," Shochet added.
"I am certain that the selected
list of invitees, principal partici-,
pants in the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, our community's
central fund-raising and planning
organization, will share in an
evening notable for its high eul-j-----
tural level."
Declaration on Cathslk
Relations With Jews Set
Miami City Commissioner
Sidney M. Aronovitz (left)
congratulates Gordon Smith,
jeweler of Little River, on his
election as new chairman of
the Miami Beautification
Committee. The organization
held its fourth annual awards
and installation dinner Oct.
3 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel,
where Aronovitz praised the
committee's programs.
Convalescent Home Meeting
Women's Organization of Bikur
Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home
will hold a regular meeting next
Wednesday noon at the Algiers
Hotel.
HOME (JTA) A declara-
tion on Catholic-Jewish relations,
to be discussed at the Ecumenical
Council now in session here, has
been drafted hut not vet submit-
ted to the Bishops, it was learned
l-.ere. The declaration will come
up on the agenda of the Council
under the title "De Catholicorum
Habitudine ad non-Christianos ct
Maxime ad Judaeos""On the
Catholic attitu.ie toward non-
Christians and especially Jews."
The declaration was reported to
be in the hands of AuRiistin Car-
dinal Bea. head of the Secretariat
lor Promoting Christian Unity. It
has already been discussed in the
Secretariat nd it was believed
that it might reach the Ecumoni
cal Council at its present session.
However, it appears that discus
sion on it will not be held betore
the next session, next year.
Meanwhile there is before the
Council a suggestion, made last
week by Archbishop Francis
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that the statement which the
Council is to make on the nature
of the Catholic Churchtitled
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definite mention of the Jews as
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oi the suggestion voiced by the
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Page 3-A
y Speaker Joseph F. Carlino (left) is presented with a
silver-bound Jerusalem Bible by the New York Board of Rab-
bis to: his role in the passage of the Fair Sabbath Law.
Making the presentation is Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz, presi-
dent oJ the Board. Some 800 spiritual leaders in the Greater
New York area have hailed the law which permits family
businesses closed on the Jewish Sabbath to open on Sunday
as "a precedent for statewide legislation extending the fron-
tiers c' religious freedom."
Jordan River
Relics Found
.ILIU'SALEM (JTAi Early
man came to the Jordan River
valley abwl i\ million years ago.
ICCOTcHRg to a Study reported here
hi- week by the Israel Academy
>l Science. The study was made
luring a (our-year series ot ex-
peditions and researches by Prof.
Moshe SteUelis. head of the De-
partment of Pre-History at the
Hebrew University.
Comparii g bones, stones and
tools found in prehistoric sites in
Israel wi h ottios discovered in
South Africa and Tanganyika.
Prof Stekelis has reconstructed
early man's wanderings during the
Slone Am' He tonnd that man
had migrated along what the solen-
lists call the Great Rift Valley
Irom its southern section in Africa
I" the northern part of the Jor-
dan Valley in today's Israel.
From that point. Pleistocene
Age man went to Asia and to early man's start of his miara-
Kinope. The data found in Is- tion in Africa and his later dis-
rael furnished the link between persion to Europe and Asia.
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Dr. Globke Will
Resign Oct. 15
\ i.ITA) Dr. Hans
.< controversial State Secre-
p tiarge of the office of
elinr" Konrad Adenauer, of-
L-ially retired this week, although
will continue to work at his
I -; until the Chuncellor himself
res, on Oct. 15. Dr. Globke
.ached the mandatory retirement
. ot 65 last month.
Dr, Globke has been repeatedly
cused of and has as consistent-
denied collaboration with Hit-
ler in the drafting of the infamous
Nuremberg Law>. setting the
Nail regime's racist policy against
Jews.
Br Adenauer refused to dis-
miss him. Dr. Grobke had insist-
x! that all he did was to write a
gal commentary on the Nurem-
L and that, in fact, he
1 ii helped case the interpretation
those laws.
Rabbi Flays
Pope's Silence
Continued from Page 1-A
many. How can one doubt that,
!>.'d Pc-oe Piui threatened Ger-
many with interdiction, a mil-
lion Jews would have been
saved?"
, police guards were
tic | Hie Aldwych Theater
ne threats were made
Michael Williams, the
I actor i tying Adolf Kichmann in
I le production. Posters and Mil*
rdl front of the theater have
been (id with such remarks
this plaj is a slander agaiMl
.. tood man'' and the Aldwych
doot to Marxist, twisted
i ropagi da."
I hi- last remark was aimed at
li-rman author of the play.
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C01 hunts against the play.
mainly from Catholic sources.
< been received by the Itoyal
re Company which is
1 oduciQg the drama.
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Volume 36
Number 41
Friday, October 11. 1963
23 Tishri 5724
The Ecumenical's
Fertile Promise
Pope Paul VI seems to have
n on out over some of the conserv-
r.ive elements in Catholicism who
had hoped to turn the liberal tide
left as the legacy of Pope John
XXIII on his lamentable passing.
Pope Paul's decision to recon-
vene the Ecumenical Council was
a straw in the happy wind. Latest
news from the Vatican now seems
tc indicate that he intends press-
ing for the continuing liberaliza-
: on of previously rigid Church
r.octrine in the name of human
progress.
As Pope John, himself, under-
s:ood, and as his successor ob-
viously agrees, there can be no
creater fulfillment of the esential
purpose of any religion. The bet-
terment of man is, after all, the
fundamental step needed toward
the achievement of a Kingdom of
Heaven here on earth.
Latest indication that the Ecu-
menical will take special note of
the Church's historic relationship
toward world Jewry, explaining
the relationship in friendlier terms
than ever before, now spurs some
hope for a lessening of anti-Semitism, partic-
ularly in Catholic countries in South America,
where it has become increasingly ugly during
the past few years.
Men of good will everywhere pray that
the Ecumenical fulfills its fertile promise.
The Zionist Struggle
The battle among the Zionist factions is
c sad thing. It is inevitable that Zionist lead-
ers today will have different opinions and dif-
ferent techniques for the revivification of the
movement which has flagged since the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel.
And perhaps the battle is therefore inevit-
able, too. But this does not make it desirable.
The Torczyner statement, itself, is one of
the saddest things about the Zionist Union-
Confederation tiff. Mr. Torczyner has been for
years in the forehont of American Zionist lead-
ership, patiently waiting his turn for the top
post a job that repeatedly eludes him.
What with this personal element involved,
as well as with the question concerning just
which branch in fact represents the Zionist
movement, method appears now to be taking
the piece of the need for making sound de-
cisions about ideological purposes.
If Zionism in America has a role today, it
is to educate Jews toward an understanding of
the highest significance of Israel reborn. It
must also begin assuming as part of its pro-
gram the assistance of Jews here wishing to
go to Israel permanently, much as the British
Zionist movement does, for enough evidence
exists to indicate that the traditional American
Section-Jewish Agency channels in this regard
leave something to be desired.
The arguments about organizational valid-
ity as represented by the latest Union-Confed-
eration battle are simply diverting, and detract
from a realistic grappling with Zionism's high-
est purpose.
*SMP-**#-F
that offered a purposeful program for a re-
vivified Middle East. In the face of her elo-
quence, one can only continue to wonder how
long the wcrld will permit the flagrant Arab
violation of the UN charter, which enjoins mem-
ber nations from unremitting aggressive inten-
tions against other member nations.
Secretary General U Thant's proud assess-
ment last week of the achievement of the UNEF
unit at Gaza is perhaps warranted, but it begs
the issue. The United Nations must do more
than deter war by quasi-permanent police
forces, which can in any event be swept aside
in the tide of conflict. It must work toward
peace.
This was the fondest plea of Mrs. Meir,
speaking for the Government of Israel. This
is what the UN has thus far failed to accom-
plish in the Middle East.
8-6's 77th Birthday
Former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
is 77. True to the man, his birthday partv wes
more than gentle celebration. It served as the
site for the announcement of one of his nw
pet projects.
The newly-projected College of the Negev
will have more than educational purposes, It
will be a focal point for stimulating interest In
Israel's southland that part of the nation
which Mr. Ben-Gurion has long envisioned as
the country's future.
Mrs. Meir's Peace Plea
With the United Nations back in session,
Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Minister of the State
of Israel, delivered a peace plea before the
world organization that should have stirred the
souls of all honest delegations.
Sadly, it floated off the oily backs of the
Arabs, who continue to plot Israel's destruction.
Nevertheless, Mrs. Meir's address was one
On Simchas Torah
The celebration of Simchas Torah marked
on Friday is symbolic of the Jewish people in
many ways. For the Torah is neither ended
nor begun; there is nothing final about either
process.
In fact, the Torah is both ended and begun
at the same time. Thus, the circle of experi-
enCe i*5 r-r%nlin*.J -J ___....
our s
nal thing
And this is. after all, what the Jewish
people, themselves, are about in their dedica-
tion to the continuation of Judaism as a relia
ion, as a tradition, and as a culture throughout
lilt? UCJ6S.
RAMAT GAN is a lovely lit
* tie city Just outside of Tel
Aviv. On Jabotinsky St
main thoroughfare, is the now
famous police station attacked
by the Israeli hero. Dov Gru
ner. A member of Etzel. tru
Irgun Zve+Leutni. GfWMr'was
caught by the British
Ramat Gan and put to
in the prison at Acre in 1947
The prison is a formidable in-
stitution immediately across the way from the wall on the Mediter
ranean that withstood would-be Palestinian invaders from the
of the crusaders down to Napoleon I.
during (he week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN

m ag
.is continued and repetitive, makinq of
study of the sacred Scrolls of Law an ph..
Gruner could easily see the wall from the prison, imagine in his
mind the beautiful city of Haifa perhaps ten miles or so eastward
and contemplate his achievement at Ramat Gan. I stood high ah. vt
the wall at Acre one day. gazed far down into the sea against
powerful wind that sought to rock me off balance, and turned from
there to study the prison across the street beyond. At both points
I could hear the shout cf history in my ear.
Somehow. Gruner's battle at Ramat Gan captured my sensibil
iiy more fully that day. for I recalled the Monument of Heroism n
a public garden opposite the police station, memorializing the Etze
attack he led. The monument is the work of a sculptor. H fj
depicting the struggle between a huge lion, symbolizing i
Britain, and the small lion of Judah.
PROGRESS AND THE CHALLENGE TO SECURITY
QN THE MONUMENT is a legend: "A few against many" wbicl
*** I suppose, aptly describes Israel's status in the Middle East
her battle for independenee and her fulflowering as a nation
tale about the dedication of the memorial has reached apo
proportions bj now I heard the tale told me several timeV. i
could never determine how much oi it was fact and how much I
at the expense ol an erstwhile enemy.
It appears that on the daj ol its dedication, the British Amh
dor complained heatedl) and extensively, It was less the motif m i
Orlof statue that offended him than the insult to his govern i
for the British lion was not sufficiently larger than Judah's to
the more realistic proportion and relationship between them. A
huh. it seems to me, properly emphasizes the "few against man)
condition of Israel's Status even today.
I have met some Israeli diplomats who quietly suggest that I
relentless challenge to Israel-., security is the foundationstono ol th<
country's phenomenal progress. In a world without enemies repeal
edly threatening to destroy her. they theorize, complacency mi If
have made Israel tare far less well.
This, of course, is speculation: but. inverting the theory one
may certainly find abundant evidence that "the tew against m
principle has done more than simply spell marginal survival in til,
case of Israel
COMSAT WITH THE RUSSIAN BEAR
|F the orlof statue memorializes the consummate gall ot thi
Dov Gruner attack, and by extension the battle with the Bnh-I
.Mandate, a new monument should be erected somewhere in [sra.
depicting the tiny Uon of Judah in victorious combat against the not
so overwhelming Russian Bear,
This would celebrate
achieved these things in the Congo
back oi Muscovite interference there.
But
it has done so bv
parti
breaking tin
nowhere do I set
i similar inclination to crown [sra< I
II,,, ,,,,, ... ............"""""i uuwii i>iaei in
content ihTn .*hTCmcnt "' manj more nationa "" ""' nce
,;;'"",:"";" *,or,e- raphically gigantic and .
icaiij significant though the Congo may be.
For Israel has. in fact, performed
"i new countries there bj
as b) ex< hangi
rwise long
even more dependent^ to the
mitments abn
a similar service in a i
nd economic assistance,
m countries that n
meal
aid programs
nee slipped into the Soviel orbii or been add
readj staggering burden of U.S. <
THt MULISH PROGENY Of A DONKEY
T^mnH0RTUuTy T ,M:"'1 enW** < *M *
; l i. with the enforced opening of Eilat and the ren
Tili on. m I" "'"V""" S";"'", ^"^l' and the Sir;
; _' "M'.mer.enes Force at Gaza is the result of Rm
in an ankleh.i ,m'' ,no sn,a" bl" fearless lion of Judal
C.S a la" ;',;kl'V- "ST" WOuM ^rnbol.cally represent th.
has still '"'' "T ono of i,s Political parties. For our nation
And what better way ultimately to sym-
bolize this purpose than by celebratina the
0^1^ ,ah' ,WhiCh 'he ^ntaSJS
of our Jewish survival as a people.
_ icursion there.
of U .V douS^oJSj! !!fry *',nyl oru' of ""f hundreds of millions
s ostensibh
For his part, to prove our trust in him
Soviet-made ~ruMTi,ru!,,?n,y *ivan hini purchase food int(
Mm., tanks, submarines, and missiles.
mulish component of a donkey's i<
commissioned ti
oes not pinch
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Inescapable Past Shadows Jewish Community of Germany
Theae ae some- 25.000 Jews
living in West Germany today.
They are the remains of a 625,-
oOO-strong Jewish community-
prior to the emergence of the
.Nazi Third Reich.
Nate Perlmutter, director of
the Florida Regional Ottice oi
the Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. visited the principal
Jewish communities during his
iiist-completed official tour of
:he West German Federal Re-
public.
"Thy live almost entirely in
Frankfort, Berlin, Colcjne,
grid Hamburg," he told The
Jewish Floridian, adding that
"there is no question more
sensitive to the German Jew
than to ask him why he still
lives in Germany."
Pcrlnuiltor said that, for one
Thnif. they will be quick to tell
Mm "we make our living here."
For another, they want you to
understand that "this is our
home." Many have been to Is-
raeli and returned, unable to ad-
just to the demands of the im-
migration process.
Berlin Most Alive
"An even more interesting
phenomenon." according to Perl-
mutter, "is that some aren't
even native Germans. Shipped
to concentration camps there,
'hey stayed after the liberation."
The Florida ADL executive
said that "Berlin is the most
alive of all the Jewi>h commun-
ities in Germany todayand it
is the best adjusted. Berliners
want you to know that some 5.000
of them were successfully hidden
by their Christian neighbors dur-
ing the Nazi era. Of course, it
is impolite to ask what happen-
<-n to the other 250.000."
But the tragic schism in
philosophic reasoning of an
otherwise economically strong
Jewish community in a new
Germany whose official gov-
ernment policy is philo-Semitic
was best illustrated for Perl-
mutter at a debate he attend-
ed in Frankfurt, where during
a meeting, he heard a group of
people arguing: "Are we Ger-
man Jews or Jews in Ger-
many?"
Said Perlmutter: "II is I rue
li.it if a vole were taken, those
supporting the 'Jews In Ger-
n.ii.y" position would have won
ij a narrow margin, on the
Iher hand, it seems symbolic
i the era thai those supporting
h<- 'German Jews' concept had
taken on themselves the diffi-
cult task of affirming their lives
n the present rather than dwell
ng on the pasteven though the
past is a huge shadow forever
iuiking in the background and
from which no one can reason-
ably escape."
A Bitter Contrast
One of Perlmutter's most poig-
nant experiences was his visit
lo a cemetery in Frankfurt
where he beheld a cluster of 748
graves, memorializing persons
*ho died between January and
March. i42. "They were all
Miicides, who reacted to the first
Nazi deportaiion orders," Perl
nutter noted.
"As contrast, and It was a bit-
er contrast, in another Jewish
emetery, I saw a huge wall on
A'hich were engraved the names
I officers and men who gave
heir lives for das Yaterlaiul"
luring World War I."
The relationship between Is-
rael and West Germany today,
said Perlmutter is a healthy
one. It is best typified by the
firm Berlin Jewish habit at of-
ficial functions to raise the
"ags of Berlin and Israel on'y.
They have yet to add the flag
of the Federal Republic.
Perlmutter note.l that there
's a substantial student exchange
Program between the two coun-
ties, "and Germans always
....... .,.<*>}.
Before Congress Hall in West Berlin is Nate Von Schweinitz, Perlmutter's host during part
Perlmutter (second from left), executive direc- of his stay in the Federal Republic of West
tor of the Florida Region of the Anti-Defama- Germany,
tion League of B'nai B'rith. At his right is Graf
\.ur Perlmutter, executive director of the Florida
Region, A>\:iDefumation League <>f B'nai B'rith. hoi
fu*f returned fro* an extensive trip to the Federal
Republic of VAVst Germany. Pe Imutter ieai Invited
h> the Bonn Government to be part / a ten-man
Al)l. muaion to explor? how the Ameruun experience
n coinnntimi; bigotry would uppk to Germany and
to observe the growth of democratization there. Thii
in the last in a tuio*lMr| leriej
teaching about the past and in
instructing for a democratic fu-
ture. "But when students cor
home." said Perlmutter, "th -.
check with their parents, w
are promptly at a loss to explain
their questions about the N; :.
era. As a consequence, this
between generation' seems
Creasingl) to be enmeshed >
the values of the classroom
the one hand and the silence E
their homes on the other."
Solving the Dilemma
How do they solve the dik "
ma? "By turning to materials
concerns," according lo Perlm
ter. "by a fantastic interest
automobiles and gadgets ag
something we in America kr
first-hand."
In the face of this tren:
Perlmutter said that "histo-,
is being written accurately >
West Germany for the fir; -
time today. The swastika ep
demic there several years ago
was the direct reaction to tr-
trend. Before that, history
stopped at Bismarck."
As Perlmutter sees it.
Federal Republic has the --a
states rights' problem that exists
in America. It is one thing i.-.
Bonn to encourage the writing of
new and honest history boo :-
But it is quite another to enforc
the use of these texts in the ci t-
try's many Laender, which -^s
the equivalents of our states "
want you to know how wonder-
fully well the students get along
among themselves."
A Healthy failure
And how about adult Germans
on a tour of Israel? "Our re-
ception." they tell you. "is cor-
rect. It is cool. How else
could it possiblv be?" Offlc'al
German philo-Semitism seems
to have seeped down even to this
level "i the country's expt ri-
ence
But if German youth are
sensitive about their relation-
:hip to Jews and Israel, there
seems to be an increasingly
healthy failure en their part to
single out poonle as "saeelfle-
ally Jewish." Perlmutter ssid
that he spoke to mar." your-j-
sters who listed their favorite
American hero?s to be- Jerry
Lewis and Benny Goo-fman,
among others. "Asked if they
knew that Lewis and Goodman
are Jewish, they merely re-
plied: 'Really?'
"On the other hand." noted
Perlmutter. "in one classroom oi
25 teenage students, our delega-
tion inquired how many of the
class had ever seen a Jew Only
two raised their hands."
Noted Perlmutter: "i;"r's
nearest victory was to make Ger-
many just about Judcnre-n. As
a consequence, the image of Jews [
in Germany today is the image
of Israel."
As for the German Jewish ties
to a traditional Jewish oast, "not
one person sooke Yiddish at a j
meeting of 40 Jews I attended in
Frankfurt."
'Click-Click' Memories
what of Germany's future as
Europe's most vital country, ceo
nomically and militarily, on the
continent today? According to
Perlmutter, "the army is highl)
democratized. I sat in on their
political education classes, where
German troops nol only learn
about the Third Reich and its
evils, but about the dignity oi |
man within a democratic frame
work, in fact, German soldiers
todaj consider themselves as
civilians in uniform
The ADL official noted that
"this is especially apparent
from my talks with high-rank-
ing officers who deplored that
they are not allowed to teach
the traditions of the German
Army. But an even more sig-
nificant factor is that just
about every German soldier I
met seemed to need a haircut.
This is a far cry from 'tradi-
tion' and the German military
past."
Nevertheless. Perlmutter ad-
mitted that "when you bear the
ink elic-k' of their marching
you remember history.
And it seems to do little good."
he added, "that sociologists in
the universities repeatedly told
me about the 'crumbling authori-
tarian structures' in Germany to-
day, not only in the army, but
in the family, as well, apparently
reflecting some of the American
experience here. The "click-click'
brings it all back."
West German schools have
been doing a man-sized effort in
At Bergen-Belsen
One of Perlmutter's most s
shattering experiences was Kad-
dish on Rosh Hashona at Berg^
Belsen, "a field on which h.-
numbers of long low moun'-.
Plaques deelaie: 'Here lie 2.5*
or "Here lie 1.500.' and th .
stretch as far as the eye c. a
see. I was there on a week da
now almost twenty years afl
the Hitler era. Yet, scores f i
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Friday. October 11, 1963
SfV. SMATHM Will B( SPFAHHl
Community to Honor Dr. Lehrman
At 20th Anniversary Banquet Here
A community tribute to Dr.
Irving Lehrman in recog iUon
of his twenty years of spiritual
leadership of Temple Emanu El
will be held Saturday evening.
Oct. 19, 7 p.m., in the Beaux
D#. IRVING LEHRMAN
SEN. GEORGE SMATHERS
JUDGE IRVING CYft.i
DOG RACiNG
EVERY NiCHT
EXCEPT
SUNDAY
NO MINOR3
//St/, St.
SEPT. 17 -JAN. 1
Arts Ballroom of the Diplomat
Hotel.
U.S. -Sen. George Sma'hws
will .deliver the principal address
of tiie evening.
Dr. Louis Fitltclstcin. chau-
ccUor of 4oe Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, and a Ire-
quent visitor in the South FJor-
i.a area, will be an honored
gucat and participant in the
tribute ceremony.
Chairman of the 20th anniver-
sary banquet ii Judge Irving
Cyper. who announced that state
wide interest has been demon-
strated in the celebration, which
is expected to be attended by
more than 400 persons from as
iar north as Palm Beach and
south to Key West
I^fluded in the guest list are
leading personalities in religion,
government, education, welfare,
business and industry.
Samuel \. Friedland is hon-
orary chairman, and George J.
Talianoff is chairman of the re-
ception, which will precede the
banquet Benjamin 0. Kline
and Jack Carner arc vice chair-
men of the event. Tribute chair-
men are Emil Morion and Max
Boderman. Arrangements will
be under the direction of Mes-
daracs Alexander Kqgan, Sol
Goldstein and Max Boderman
Hank Meyer is in charge of pub-
lic rclatioDs.
Top officers of the Temple,
including President Joseph M.
Lipton, were named fay Judge
Cypen as honorary vice chair-
men of the evening. These are
Joseph M. Rom-. Harry Sirkw,
Bernard I Binder. Charles
Fr.uchtman, Leo Robinson, Jos-
eph Cohen. Samuel J. Halperin,
Samuel Lipton. A. J Molasky.
Jack S. Popick. and Marcus O.
Sarokin.
Members of the Sisterhood, led
by their presi eul. Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan. have been desig-
nated reception hostesses, and
will direct guests to the receiv-
ing line.
Expected to attend the festive
and significant occasion are Con-
gressmen Dante Fascell and
Claude Pepper. Miami Beach
Mayor Melvin Richard, and
members of the city council and
county commission, as well as a
host of pioneer Jewish families
who were part of the founding
group in the 1940"s.
"The public is invited to join
with us in this joyous occasion,"
said Judge Cypen.
Dr. Lehrman: Portrait Of
A Noted Spiritual Leader
Dr. Irving Lehrman is a grad-
uate of the Jewish Institute of
Religion of New York City, where
he was the recipient of the de-
gree of Rabbi and Master of He-
brew Literature, and in 1958 he
received the degree of Doctor of
Hebrew Literature from the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America. He served as a stu-
dent rabbi of Temple Shomrei
Emunah. Montclair, N.J.. prior to
taking over the pulpit of Temple
Emanu-El, Miami Beach, which
lie now holds.
At the lime Dr. Lehrman as-
sumed his duties in August. 1943,
the congregation, with a mem
bership of 250. conducted serv-
ices at 1415 Euclid Ave. In the
intervening years, the member-
ship has grown to over 1.000
families. Under Dr. Lchrman's
leadership, the congregation erec-
ted its new structure at 1701
Washington Ave.
Dr. Lehrman was chosen in
1947 by the Greater .Miami Jew-
ish Federation to visit the DP
camps of Europe and Israel a*
one of three representatives of
the Miami community.
Numerous communities
throughout the South utilized his
.services in their fund-raising ef-
fort!, and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation presented him
with a plaque for his "invaluable
assistance to the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal." At present, he
is a member of the National Rab-
binical Advisory Committee of
the United Jewish Appeal.
In the spring of 1958, he was
selected as one of a five-man
learn of clergymen, chosen from
across the country by the Com-
mission on Religious Organiza-
tions of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, to visit
Russia and the Iron Curtain coun-
tries as a gesture of America's
religious strength and beliefs.
Dr. Lehrman is a former secre-
tary of the Rabbinical Assembly
of America, and is president of
the Rabbinical Assembly's South-
east Region. He serves on the
Rabbinic Cabinet of the Semin-
ary, and is the tenth generation
of his family to pursue the rab-
binate in an unbroken chain. His
father was the late Abraham
Lehrman, who served as rabbi
lor 20 years at the Glory of Is-
rael Hebrew Institute in New
York City, and he is the grand-
son of the famous Chassidic Rab-
bi, affectionately known as "The
Brocker Rebbe."
Dr. Lehrman is on the national
Eoard of Directors of the Amer-
ican Technion Society, and was
recently named a founder of the
society. He is past president of
the Travelers Aid Society of Mi-
ami, and the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami. He is
now working in conjunction with
the American Jewish History
Center on a research study of the
early history of the Jewish com-
munity in Florida.
In recognition of his many con-
tributions to the American Jew-
ish scene. Temple Emanu-El es-
tablished the Dr. Irving Lehrman
Chair in Modern Jewish History
at the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America.
He is a member of the Advis-
ory Committee of the Synagogue
Council of America, the Execu-
tive Committee of the Florida
Anti Defamation League, and ser-
ved for two years as a member
oi the Governor's Bi-Racia) Com-
mittee.
He is a member of the Advis-
ory Board of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Honored Guest
IQSIPH UPTON
SAMUtl FRItDLANO
Temple Emanu Els Growth Is
Phenomenal Record of Progress *
Nostalgia and a saga of growth
and progress will be keynote
theme, of the tribute evening on
Oct. 19 to Dr. Irving Lehrman.
and many religious leaders will
recall the day, in 1889, when 200
worshippers met in a renovated
dwelling at MIS Euclid Ave. to
organize the Conservative group
for the first time. A wing was
added to the building for a
chapel.
With the appointment of Rab-
bi Lehrman to the post of spiri-
tual leader in 1943, plans for a
new and inspiring edifice re-
ceived added impetus.
In 1950, the Temple was known
as (he Miami Beach Jewish
Center The present name was
adopted in 1954.
The first service- at the new
location. 1701 Washington Ave.,
was held on the eve of Rosh
Hashona in 1948, and the follow
in; year work common-, id o:. .1
school building.
From that time forward, the
congregation has grown to .1
membership of over liiXVi I
lies. To provide their 'fcoltural
and spiritual need.*, a program
of adult and youth actfatje's
inaugurated catering to'/MI age
groups in the congregational
family.
In 1900, Temple Emanu-F.l
erected its North BrancH Build-
in for the Religious School.
Joseph If. Lipton has recently
been elected president of the
congregation for a third term,
and Samuel Friedland. who has
served as president for 15 years,
is now chairman of the board
of directors.

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Go/da Meir
% Offers 6-Point
Peace Program
Continued from Page 1-A
mainly due to inter Arab conllicts
and struggles. Israel, she said,
ha* been the main target of bellig-
erency. She recalled that Israel'.-1
lour armistice agreements in 1349,
were intended to end conflicts
and to be a transition toward full
peace,
Yet, 14 years later," she told
the Assembly, "our Arab ueigh-
bors still openly declare them-
selves to be in a state of war with
Israel, and are constantly threat- i
< iuii',< to attack it. What is more.]
hostility is becoming heavily arm-,
ed A constant stream of .weapons,
of a more and more modern and
| 4fV-th.1l character, is being unload-
' ^kl in the ports of Arab countries:
at the very moment when their i
representatives plead from this i
rostrum for peace and disarma- j
nent.
"Mercenary German scientists
nd Technicians are hired by
Egypt to develop non-convention-
al weapons of mass destruction,
and rockets are paraded in the ,
streets of Cairo with public
boasts by its President that they
can strike at any point in Is- '
rael. Simultaneously, a massive
military build-up of conventional
arms Is proceeding."
Mrs. Meir stressed that if Is-'
rael were to be attacked, it would
know how to defend itself effec-
lively. "But Israel is not seeking;
j military victory. Our objective!
i the prevention of war and the
preservation of peace." she said.!
She pointed out that the rapidly;
i -ealating arms race in the Mid-
t le East gravely endangers the
peace and stability of the area.
"At the same time, it consumes
' i the precious and limited resources
,L #o urgently needed to lift large
parts of its inhabitants from the |
depths of poverty, illiteracy and
disease," she emphasized.
Mrs. Meir hit at the Soviet
L moil's persecution of Jews in;
the USSR, but avoided mentioning
the Soviet Union by name. She j
told the Assembly: "There is one'
large Jewish community today'
that is not permitted freely to j
practice its religion, to attend
to its spiritual needs, or to de-1
Velop its cultural lifewhose ob-'
Bervance of tradition.- carries with
il punishment and .-utteringand
thai must witness our Holy Scrip-'
tures and the language in which
it was handed on through the
generations! abused and suppress
ed '
Bureau of Jewish Education Plans New
Forum Series at Adult Studies College
Two new forum series will bei lector, Cuban Reiugee Emergency
.Center^ .and, JJr, Donald, JVIichel-
son, Ilillel director."University of
Miami.
offered by the, ,C4>Ug. pf_,Jewish
Stu: ies at the Bureau of Jewish
Congratulations are extended to Maurice Revitz (center) by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Men-
orah (right), and Sol Frankel, chairman of the Committee of
Hosts for Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute. The din-
ner, honoring Revitz for his exemplary service "to the Land of
Israel, the People of Israel and the Faith of Israel," will take
place on Saturday evening, Oct. 26, at the Americana Hotel.
Maurice Revitz Host Committee Meets
To Plan Dinner of Tribute Oct. 26
tmbuti to sidniy ansin ra a-a
Series Opens
? ^t Biscayne
Leading to the 1903 marathon
Championship Nov. 18 long di>
lance elimination series is under
Waj at the Biscayne Kennel Club.
Ih-at- will be regular Monday
tight features.
Presiding Judge William R.
Moore said points based on or-
ders of finishes will determine
eight qualifiers for the title race.
The regular purse will he up-
an additional S-.500 in the
Championshjp race.
'All kennels are required to pro-
tide greyhounds capable of run-
ning the extended footage of the
marathon course." said Judge
Moore. "As a result. I believe
We have some of the world's fin-
est long distance specialists run
Aing this season at Biscayne."
Members of the Host Commit-
tee for the Temple Menorah-Israel
Dinner of Tribute honoring Maur-
ice Revitz were entertained last
Sunday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel, 1231
95th St.. Bay Harbor Island.
Frankel is chairman of the
Committee of Hosts for the din-
ner, which will take place Sat-
urday evening, Oct. 26. at the
Americana Hotel. Dinner chair-
man is Joseph Mansbach, and
honorary chairman is Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz, spiritual leader
of Temple Menorah.
The Committee of Hosts com-
pleted plant for the dinner at
which occasion Maurice Revitz
will be honored for hit exem-
plary service "to the Land of
Israel, the People of Israel and
the Fith of Israel."
Atttending the reception meet-
ing were the following Host Com
mittee members: Rabbi and Mrs.
Mayer Abramowitz. Mrs. Elsie
Belsky, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bern
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Black.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Blofstein.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Burstein. Mr.
Ben Eisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Fern. Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Gold-
crpberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hecker,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korcnbilt. Mr
and Mrs. Ben A. Lazarus. Mr and
Mr- Jerry Lelchuk. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Mansbach. Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Ornstein, Mr. and Mrs.
: Robert Revitz. Mr. and Mrs. Lie-
: ber Ringer, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
i Selecoff. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schii'f-
man, Mr .and Mrs. Milton Singer.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Solomon,
, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sommer.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suchman, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Unst. Mr. and
I Mrs. William L. Waller. Mr. and
Mrs Murray Weil, Mr. and Mrs.
; Louis J. Wertlieb, Mr. and Mrs.
Ruby Zerlin, and Mr. and Mrs.
David Zimmerman.
Mr. and Mrs. Revitz were spec-
ial guests of honor at the Host
; Committee reception.
Education for the first semester
, Of the school year 1963-64. The
, college will also offer courses in
Hebrew, Bible, Jewish History.
' Ba.-ic Judaism. Current Problem-.
: and Method Courses for teachers.
The courses are open to the gen-
eral public.
The college will again meet in
three areas. Southwest Branch.
Beth David Congregation. 202o
SW 3rd Ave.; North Dade Branch.
' Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No.
' Miami Beach Blvd.; and at the
Bureau Building. 135 NW 3rd Ave.
Subjects for the two forums are
i "Justice and Judaism" and "Maj-
I or Trends in Jewish Thought."
Ten sessions on "Justice and
Judaism" will attempt to apply
the message of Judaism to social
issues of today: education, mar-
riage and family, crime and pun-
ishment, civil rights and liberties,
religious liberty, interreligious
actitivies, economic affairs, immi-
gration, peace, and international
iclations.
A revolving faculty will consist
ot Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, Beth
David Congregation; Louis
Schwartzman, Bureau executive
director; Leon Fisher, director,
Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
vice; Judge Frederick N. Barad.
of the Metro Court; Allan Caruba.
assistant director. Florida Anti-
Defamation League Office; Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, Temple Zion;
Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Temple
Judea; Harold Kramer, executive
director, Florida American Jew
ish Congress; Arthur Lezell. di
Second forum. "Major Trends in
Jewish Thought," will outline the
(levt bpment of Jewish thought
through the ages: ethical mono
theism, i faience of Greek on the
Jews, patterns of the "Golden
age" in Spain. Spinoza, Hasulie
struggle, Haskalah, the science ot
Judaism, Jewish nationalism, neo-
llasidism. and existentialism of to-
day.
Revolving faculty consists of
Itabbis Max Lipschilz. Samuel M
Machtei. Simon April. Sherwin
Stauber. Harold Richter, Jonah E
Caplan, Daniel M. Lowy, and
Louis Schwartzman. Dr. Abraham
i Wolf son. and Dr. Nathaniel Sor-
;off.
The language and history faculty
: of the college will consist of Zvi
' Rosencrantz. Bench Berman, and
| Louis Gadon, of Beth David Con-
gregation; Louis Schwartzman
and Zvi Berger, Bureau staff;
Meyer Sambcrg and Abraham J.
Gittelson. Education directors.
The Bureau Branch will offer
courses in preparation for Hebrew
, teachers licensed in Greater Mi-
ami on Thursday mornings, be-
ginning Oct. 17 Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff. Bureau consultant, will be
the instructor Further courses
! for teachers will be offered on
Friday afternoons. Basic Judaism,
with Zvi Berger, instructor;
Methods of Teaching in the He-
brew Schools and Teaching Meth-
ods in the Sunday Schools, with
Louis Schwartzman as instructor.
Gerstein Will
Be Main Specker
Lou Taylor and Stanley Fried-
man, co-chairmen of the testi-
monial dinner to be given for
Mayor Arthur I. Snyder. of No. Mi-
ami Beach, at Beth Torah Congre-
gation's Social Hall, have announ-
ced that State Attorney Richard
Gerstein will be guest speaker.
Mayor Snyder. who served as
president of Beth Torah for three
terms, is being honored on Satur-
day, Oct. 26. The affair begins
with cocktail and hors d'oeurves at
7:30 p.m.
Tickets and reservations chair-
man is Mrs. Sue I'opkin.
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Friday. October 11, 1963
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No
Taboos -
By MAX LERNER
ri.......:i
Paris.
There have been two recent news pictures, with no outward con-
dition, which are interesting when taken together. One was of high-
sc ool students in Saigon surrounded by police as they demonstrated
against the Diem regime and its anti-Buddhist policies. The other
,.>of the high-school studenti at West End HS in Birmingham, Ala..
i -cring Gov. Wallace and jeering Negroes admitted to their school.
! each case the energies and intensity of youth had been invoked
a cause, although the gulf between the causes was great. In each
case, doubtless, the students reflected, with fewer inhibitions, the
nigs (.1 their elders.
One can guess what moves the Vietnamese students: a general
test against a repressive regime which has clamped down upon
1 religious majority. But what is it that moves the white Birming-
ii students and their parents? What is it that gives them the feel-
. in this crass, mud-bedraggled, hate-filled operation of theirs
:;.; they arc embarked on some sort of crusade? Unless we get
r -ne inkling of ,hi>, we shall never understand the inwardness of the
isive resistance that the Southern states are now applying even
1, the token school integration required by the Supreme Court. Nor
thai] we be able to guess how much longer it will take before the
agle lor equal Negro right, can be won.

Obviously much of the Southern intensity is political, because Ne-
votes would end .white supremacy and also the supremacy of white
ctionaries. obviously also, much of it is economic, although a
s:ight class interpretation (like the Chinese, or that of Cas-
: who Bays the Negroes wiP not be free until capitalism is over-
Bwn) i.- the rankest nonsense. What can be said on the economic
? cis that in the competition lor jobs and profits, many white work-
. and unionists and many white employers do not want to yield
1 advantages they now have.
But beyond political and economic factors is the centuries-old sense
white superiority over the N'egro as a person. And somewhere in
" 1 background behind all of this and deeper than anything else, are
fears that express themselves in the dominating fear of racial
rmarnage

In a column on the marriage of Charlayne Hunter, first Negro
10 gra; uate from the University of Georgia, to a white fellow-
. lent. David Lawrence mentions the "dangers and risks of promot-
.-, sociji contacts between .Negro and white youngsters." And he
Is "The real issue h;is always been and still is integration of the
That is simply not so Biological integration is not the issue be-
for< the American people. The issue is one of equal access to life's
i nees. Put negatively, it is the right not to have the door shut in
\ r face if you are a Negro child who wants to enter the room which
1 tains > hat life has to offerschooling, training, a job, recreation, a
. .tor, a hospital a flat or house you can pay for, a vote which gives
you an equal voice in your community. Put positively it is, as I have
tten in an earlier piece, the conjugation of the verb "to be": the
me to fulfill your being and become the person you are capable
becoming. Neither the government nor the society can guarantee
ibis to anyone, for life is too whimsical and tragic. But they can at
U. -1 remove the artificial obstacles that stand in the way of one
in the nation and not of the rest.

Nevertheless, I would agree that while race intermixture is not
. real issue there are many, north as well as south, who think it is.
When the lather of Walter Stovall, who married Miss Hunter, hearr1
iu! it in his Southern town, he said, "This is the end of the world."
his eye-, and those of hit; neighbors his son had done the one tin-
- nkable thin- When the demonstrating white girls at West End
: in Birmingham grow hysterical at the thought of Negroes in their
ool it 1- because they regard it as somehow sexually soiling and
ulsivc The psychoanalysts may argue, as John Dollard has done
111- classic hook. "Sex and Caste in a Southern Town," that there
.---cxual ittraction mixed with this recoil. But at least on the con-
-< 11- level it expresses itself as hostility and hatred.
Charlayne Hunter pos*ibly made a mistake in thus giving am-
inition to the enemies of her people, but who are we to say this to
mil dbout a personal choice that goes to the core of her being?
! m the end. that is what interracial marriage comes down to:
- a matter ol personal choicebetter not made when you are young
1 emotional!] immature, better not made as a symbolic act ex-
ssing rebellion 01 idealismbut still a personal choice.

That is why I feel strongly that the U.S. Supreme Coort should
the problem of the miscegenation statutes in 21 states, which
ke it a crime to marry across the racial taboos. On any reading,
the light ot recent decisions in other areas, it is unconstitutional
the state to tell me whom I cannot marry. If I have any maturity
ill know how rocky the road of interracial marriage is likely to
111 terms of sheer social pressures and bigotries and in terms of all
conditionings so dilferent in the two lives. But the state has no
-mess to tell me it is an unclean thing to do. The state has no busi-
s with taboos. That is for me and those who love me to decide.
Dinner to Honor-
Ansin Sunday f
At Doral Beach
Traditional Temple Beth Shol-
urn-Israel Dinner of Tribute will
take place Sunday night at the
Doral Beach Hotel, with Israel
Ambassador Katricl Kaetz pre-
senting the Redemption Year
Award to Sidney D. Ansin.
Dinner chairman is Louis F.
Snctman, and honorary chairman
is Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
Ansin has been selected to re-
ceive the coveted Israel Redemp-
tion Award in recognition of his
service to the Temple, the com-
munity and the State of Israel.
Chairman Snetman pointed out
that "Ansin has been a stalwart
member of the Temple from its
earliest years, and has been an
rrdent supporter of the struggle
for an independent Israel even be-
fore the establishment of the
state."
When the Israel Bond program
was launched in 1951, Ansin was
a member of the first organizing
council for the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond effort, and was select-
ed to serve as the first congre
gational chairman of the Israel
Bond program in the community.
Ambassador Kaetz. a distin-
guished member of Israel's diplo-
matic service, is a noted orator
and has been Israel's spokesman
at the United Nations.
Balkin Lodge
Slates Meeting
Gilbert J. Balkin B'nai B'rith
Lodge will hold a meeting next
Wednesday. 7 p.m.. at Peterson's
Steak Place, according to Ainslee
R. Ferdie. president.
Report and tapes of the Citi-
zenship Day broadcast sponsored
by the Lodge Citizenship Commit
tee under Robert Friedman, Mur-
ray Shear and West Miami Coun-
cilman Harvey Stahl will be giv-
en.
Reports of the Oct. 13 B'nai
B'rith birthday party, service fund
contribution, and ADL activities
will be followed by a social pro-
gram presented by Bruce Hale,
coach of the University of Miami
basketball team.
I J
Pam Am Bank
In Appointments
Dan W. Eastwood, president of
Ihe Pan American Bank of Miami,1
announced this week that M. K. ;
Lewis Jr has been named vice
president and trust officer. Lewis
has been with the bank since 1958,
coming here from the Cleveland
Trust Company.
James H. Robinson has been
named assistant vice president. A
newcomer to Pan American. Rob-
inson formerly served as credit
analyst and secretary to the Sen-
ior Loan Committee of the Har-
ris Trust and Savings Bank in
Chicago.
"
Completing plans for the Temple Beth Sholom-Israel Dinnei
of Tribute honoring Sidney D. Ansin are (from left) Louis F
Snetman, dinner chairman, Rnbbi Leon Kronish. spiritual lead
er of Temple Beth Sholom and honorary chairman; and lames
M. Albert, Temple president.
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Schools Case to Go Back to Supreme Court?
By Specie! Report
TALLAHASSEE-The first ma-.
jor ease test inn the constitutional-
ity of a wide variety of school re-!
ligkHH practices in light of the U.S. |
Supreme Court decisions outlawing
Bible reading and recitation of the
Lord's Prayer in public schools
was to be argued belorc the Flor-
ida Supreme Court here on Tues-
day.
Leo Pfeffer. of New York, gen-
At issue, in a suit first tried
more thn three years ago, is
the constitutionality of the State
law requiriry, daily Bible read-
ing in F orida public schools and
the legality of school prayer re-
citations, baccalaureate pro-
grams, the conducting of a relig-
ious census of pupils and the use
of a religious test for teachers.
since, unlike the Pennsylvania
law, it does not contain any pro-
vision permitting children, to be
excused from participating in
the exercise.
i;tl counsel of the American Jew-'t01'r
ish Congress. was to represent a l
2. Prayer recitation: There is no
; difference between the Miami
I practice of reading the Lord's
! Prayer and the Maryland practice
In August, 1962. the Florida Su-', outlawed by the U.S. Supreme
>: ic Couit sustained two lowerICourt The Miami parents are also
gues that both in origin and in
i practice these programs are Pro-
1 tcstant religious services. TMis is
j recognized by the other two faiths.
and Jewish rabbis and Catholic
its citizens,"
or affiliations of
Pfeffer believes.
5. Religious test for teachers:
Persons seeking teaching employ-
ment in Dade County are required
to state whether or not they be-
lieve in God. according to testi-
mony by Dade County school
board officials. Moreover, relig-
ious affiliation and activity are
priests refuse to participate in | considered in rating teachers for
(hem. As devotional exercises, promotions under the board's "ca-
baccalaurcate programs are "an reer increment program." The Su-
*urt decisions upholding these seeking an end t0 otncr roiigious
PLa l,am' ParCn,s had ^d sectarian prayers and the say-
uroup of Jewish. Unitarian and -hallonge.l the observances as vio-1 illg of grac0 in scnoo|s. Tho high
agnostic parents challenging de- :'* OfreUgtoui liberty and scp- court-s decisions in the Murray
\otional observances in the Miami
public schools. Pfeffer. who is
Pfeffer believes, that
serving without fee, was to be
opposed in oral argument before
I he court by a battery of three
attorneys: Richard Krvin, Flori-
da Attorney General; George C.
Bolles, counsel to the Dade Coun-
ts Board of Public Instruction
..ration ot church and state. CMe and (hc New York Rrgents-
Following the Florida Supreme prayer case make it "crystal
Court decision, the Miami parents! dear," Pfeffer believes,
.wio had brought suit attacking the "The First Amendment is equally j
school religious practices appealed applicable to all public school spon-
to-the U.S. supreme Court. sored prayer."
1; si June, when the U.S. Su 3. Baccalaureate programs: Tvp-
preme Court threw out the Pcnn- |ca] baccalaureate programs are
unconstitutional infringement on
religious freedom and church-state
separation," Pfeffer feels.
4. Religious census of pupils:
Miami School Superintendent
Joe Hall testified that all pupils
are required to state their relig-
ious preference when they enter
the school system, and that
these answers become part of
the pupil's permanent record.
This is unconstitutional under
the First and Fourteenth Amend-
ments. "A democratic govern-
ment committed to the principle
of separation of church and state
and E. F P. Brigham, represent- sylvania school Bible reading slat permeated" with religious exer-1 "as no legitimate business to in-
liig a group of Protestant clergy- "te in the Schempp ease, and out rises and ceremonies such as re ""'re '"to the religious beliefs
lawed recitation of the Lord's i,Bj0us music, invocations by cler-'
Prayer in Maryland schools in the gymen. Bible reading, hymn sing-
din ay case, n did not rule in the ', jng, prayer recitations, religious
Miami rel'gion -Ln-the-schoolg case, sermons and benedictions all rc-
i iltead, the high court returned ; ligioui exercises. The American
Hit ease to the Florida Supreme Jewish Congress attorney also ar-
Court with instructions that it be
decided in the light of the Schempp
and Murray opinions
In his appearance before the
preme Court ruled in the 1962 Tor-
caso decision, however, that a
state may not impose any relig-
ious qualifications for public of-
fice, including the qualification
that the applicant express a belief
in God.
The Florida Supreme Court's re-
fusal to outlaw the practice on the
ground that none of the parents
who brought suit was a teacher.
Pfeffer asserted, was "unneces-
sarily narrow." since "parents are
entitled to have their children
taught by the best qualified teach
ers, and no qualified teacher
1 should be refused employment on
unconstitutional grounds "
men a'"- parents in Miami
Briotxm en Monday petition-
ed the U.S. Supreme Court to
examine the lower court record
and listen to oral argument:),
thus deferring indefinitely a
Florida Supreme Court ruling.
The IS Supreme Court origin
refused to hear oral argument
in ill- I orida ca.-e. mstea.l order- Florida Supreme Court in behalf
(he Florida court to reconsid- ol the Miami parents seeking an
t-i own ruling in linht of the end to school religious practices.
itcome of last June's religion- pfeffer, a leading authority on
II schools cases in Maryland church-state law, expected to ad
Pennsylvania vance these arguments:
U-i^rding to Bolles and Bnuh
the U.S. Supreme Court
liould not have sent back the
Klorida case without reviewing
record, "It i our position
' there are manay factors in
i ase not included in the
-." he said.
I. Bible reading: There is "no
substantial difference" between
the Florida law and the Penn-
sylvania statute declared uncon-
stitutional in ths Schempn ca?.
Pfeffer feels that the Florid*
statute is even more vulnerable
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ervtces
Jltis Weekend
AUOOATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle ave.
Drthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
i Jn> 'i pin. HnUirnaj S:ln a.m Her-
n The PhtloHoph) nj Kin. Bolo-
i. i. __.
A^SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Joseph Picus. pies-
cent.
---- ----
FETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con- '
servative. Rabui Norman N. Shapiro. I
Cantor William W. Lioson.
' ['> I u in. Satui da> n m Bar
*i (kvah: Robert rS-anklln, nun u( Mr. I
i i Mm Arthur Wlnti r,
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
i. jaj r>:45 |i in Haturda} Sti u m.
moil: "I i the HeRlnnlng."
BETH EMETH VEHUDAH MOSHE.
3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fine.
i' Ja) ti p.m. Saturday 8M3 a.m.
-----
EETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottm.in.
I Da) 6:4.8 i'in Saturday II bum. and
l H.m.
---- -
EETH JACOB. 301-311 Washinoton
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
r'-Juay r,:i". p.m', Katurdaj v"'" a.m.
; nion: "Tin: I'.-rf. < fin '. ."
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
7 :d> 5:45 p.m. faliirOay s:45 a.m.
.- ftfion: "A X. w f.iiillii.nl 1:1- p.Tn.
"he gprtlon of the i-m" 6 p.m.
I acumyon, "In the Beclnninjc."
---- -
EETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secre-
tary.
EETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
idj 1:15 p.m. Mlncha ann Maariv.
turds)' 8:80 a.m.
---- ----
EETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ber-Zion Kirschen-
aaum.
" 1day 6 p m. Mlncha and Maariv.
r .turdai 8:45 a m Bar Mltavah: Alan,
.-.i of Mr. and Mrn Sam Kiraner.
---- ----
: 3NGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
< braham Strassfeld.
rADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
1 .'l:,\ B:15 p.m, Sermon: "The lliil-
i Saint* Saturda) 8:30 a.m. Bar
lavish: llirry, son "i Mi and Mrs.
rnadd 'apian.
- _AGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
i iday C:4."i p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar
tzvah: Lawrence, aon of Mr. and
a, fthlne) 'Ji onawaM.
KEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
ilia) :".l"' p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. anil
i" p.m. Mtncha,
?-OLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
| EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR *
Wanted By Large
Miami Conservative Congregation
Submit Application to E. D.,
% Box 2973, Main Post Office, Miami 1
A milestone in the history of Temple Emcsnu-El is depicted at
this meeting held in the old building at 1415 Euclid Ave. In
1946. Samuel Friedland, Dr. Lehrman and Joe Rose (seated)
and George J. Talianoif (standing) meet to blueprint a building
fund campaign for construction of a new temple for their
congregation. Groundbreaking took place on Dec. 22, 1946.
Cornerstone laying was Feb. 27, 1948, and the building was
completed in 1950 at 1701 Washington Ave. Dr. Irving Lehr-
mcn will be honored en the occasion of his 20th anniversary
here Oct. 19. (See related stories, Page 6-A.) _________
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
---- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Louisj
Cohen.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantpr Abraham Seif.
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald. I
l-i iIii \ v3n p.m. Sermon: "What \\
Khould Look rVrward To." Sat irda)
9 a.in. Sermon: "Sldrah f Bereahlt."
liar Mltavah: Mark, >'" of Mr. and
Mr* Rob. n Tolta.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall ,
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 75C0 SW
...
CANDUUGHTING Tim
23 Tishri 5:38 p.m-
Simchas Torah Celebration
Needed the Whole Year
3y RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
Dade Heights Congregation
The services of Simchas Tor-
1. the Rejoicing of the Torah,
iffer drastically from our mode
f worship me rest of the year.
.n this holiday, we tend to dis-
eme with the decorum and
jphistication usually associated
.ith the modern synagogue. It
. a real "Chasunah." a Jewish
',-edding. We dance and sing
i ith the Torah. We hold a
"ehupah" (canopy) made of a
alis" as we conclude the last
i ortion of the Torah, ard also
. ~ we begin it anew.
The one who gets the honor
? i finishing the Torah is called
ne "chosen Torah." the bride-
I room of the Torah, and the one
i ho begins the Torah is called
ne "choson B'reshis," the bnde-
. ."vom of the beginning.
Undoubtedly, those who have
I itnessed the true Simchas Tor-
aa spirit are deeply moved by
us uninhibited spiritual ex-
pression of Jewish joy. But we
ciay ask: "Should this spirit ot
I wship be reserved only for
' ,'mchas Torah? Might we not
alto infuse some of it into our
i.rvices the rest of the year?"
While most of us will agree
that mundane conversations have
ro place at our worship, the
overemphasis on decorum tends
to stultify our need for self-
i ipression in prayer. Rabbis,
< antors and choirs seem to be
living a performance; the con-
egants have been reduced to
Rabbi HAkOlO RICHTER
infusing expressiveness
listeners rather than partici-
pants.
Perhaps we may be able to
beautify our service if some of
that Simchas Torah expressive-
ness might be infused into our
services. More communal sing-
ing would certainly add beauty
to our worship. Also, prayers,
according to Jewish tradition,
must be audible. While we are
encouraged to listen to the still
small voice, does not the Psalm-
ist say, "Serve the Lord with
gladness, come before Him with
song."
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Friday 8:13 |i.m. Batoraa) l'1 a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 37
NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
l'rlilay .vl'.ii p.m. Barmon: "HtfcinninK
Again." Saturday a.m. Sermon:
"' i IH-.MS."
,----a __
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday S:t3 p.m. Sermon: "Twenty-
One Yiars LatterAn- the Ixnuea <'..n-
frontlng Kellglon DHferent?" .Satur-
day lu: If- a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EMSNU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrmarv Cantor Hirsh Adler. i
Friday ii p.m. Katurday n a.m. Bar i
Miuvah: Michael, von of Mr. and Mm,
Adolph BchwarU. Junior nervlcea in
chool aa8embly hall 10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot \
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Frlda) B:1B p.m. Sermon "The I'ni- !
liil Nation* the New Creation of the
L'nlvi rw."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca :
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards,
r'rlda) \ p.m. blmchai Torah nervlce
Children will participate. Saturda) '
i" :;".i i". liar Mitivah: Allen Mltchi II,
boh of Mr. and Mra. Leatei MarKollr
---- ----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 7 p.m. rAmchnu Torah procei
alon. Baturday B a in.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. anc
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi '
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Saturday B:4B a.m. Bar Mltavah:
Alan, (on of Mr. and Mr* Bdward
Leveton,
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Saturda) 7 a.m. Mtnyon. <> U" |, m.
- -----
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rah
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
Friday B:tS p.m. Hermon: "if Bara
Lived Today." Raturday li a.m. New
students i" the Kelialous School will
b.- conaecrated.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. rUbbt
Hyman Gross.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. ~4 Zamora ave
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ber
Dickson.
Friday If p.m. Saturday k:4'. a.in S.r-
mon: Tho K.ttinnlnK of il,^ Torah."
TEMPLE ZION. 5720~SW 17th it
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
Friday c p.m, Blmohaa Torah Batur-
day 9 a.m. Bar Mlicvnli: Itk-hnnl
con of Mr. ami Mrs. MJlJon Abram '
TIFERETH ISRAEL~500 N. Miami :
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wern.ck. Cantor Albert Glantz.
in.lay B:30 i. m Snturdaj I a.m.
VOUNO ISRAiU..* ^o" NE 171 st
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber
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Page 11*
World Union of Zionists Hits
^Critical Confederation Statement
Members of the High Holy Days Ushers Com-
mittee were to be honored Thursday evening
at a Simchas Torah Kiddush in the Sukkah of
Temple Beth Shiiah. with Rabbi Morris Skop
discussing. "Our Torah Guide or Shackle."
Hostesses were to be Mrs. Mollie Schriebman,
Mrs. Esther Yagoda, president of the Sister-
hood, and Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Leo Martin,
chairman of the committee, was to present
citations to (left to right first row) Sidney Haus-
man, Joe Berkan, Lee AeTenson, Rabbi Morris
A. Skop, Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, Burtcn
Yagoda, Sidney Stein, and Jay Mellow. Sec-
ond row are J. William Baros Jr., Seymour
Drexler. Norman Miller, Leon Roth, Abe Smuk-
ler, Leo Martin, and Morris Herman.
Study Shows Few Jews in Auto Industry
By Special Report
Thi- automobile industry's offi-
Icial policy of equal employment
[I'lip.'-tttoit*'' has failed to end the
< n<$r upi"?1" utilization" of Jews
tin white collar and administrative
[positions. Bernard Nath. of Chi
jeago, chairman of the Civil Rights
IconiiiMttM of the Anti Defamation
|LeagM of B'nai B'rith. charged
Itlus week.
l League report on the indus-
|ti> > employment of Jewish per-
sonnel, Nath said, reveals that of
31.000 white collar, professional
iind executive employees in Dc-
Iroit'i Big Three auto companies, | many
&nly 328 less than 3/4 of 1 per-
cent are Jews. He called the
Jow figure indicative of "an ob-
iiou gap" between the proclaim-
rd policy of fair employment by
|op officers of the industry and
ficttial hiring practices at opcra-
f aI"|l levels. .
The report, based on a study su-
crvised by Arnold Forster, the
League's general counsel and civil
fights director, cited these figures;
ployment standards clear to place-
ment officers and deans <>f engi-
neering schools.
Company toleration of depart-
ment heads hostile to Jewish em-
ployment.
Forster said the almost inbred
social life of higher echelon
executivesin residential areas
end private clubs closed to Jews
also seemed to affect attitudes
toward employment, promotion
and advancement of Jewish per-
sonnel.
ployed in the automobile indus-
try, most had appneu nine, >o
company personnel offices. A
representative sampling of these
disclosed practically no indica-
tion of discrimination in employ-
ment practices.
Forster recalled a League study
of the 1940s, which disclosed that
engineering school deans
However. Foister declared, the
exceptionally low percentage of
Jewish white collar ami exc.utiv..
personnel who came through com
pany schools, employment agen-
cies, college placement bureaus or
company recruiters, and the in-
dustry-wide figure of onlv T>
Jews, leaves no doubt that "arti- rael scene."
ficial barriers" still eXioi in um
industry.
Co-tinuod from Page 1-A
chairman. Others attending the
meeting were Dr. Israel Gold-
stein, the othsr co-chairman;
Harry Cohen, chairman ef the
United Zionist Organization of
South Africa and Rhodesia; and
| Joseph N. Frark. Zionist Organ-
izatior. of Canada president.
A statement issued at the ckisc
i oi the executive meeting declared
(that the Confe.craUoi was gr.ati-
i ficd" to note that its ranks re-
1 inained loyal to the philosophy of
"jMJivulenlil Kilt ion with political
parties in Israel." The statement,
said that th?re was a "growing!
adherence" to that philosophy
and an awareness by all Zionist
groups that the continued exist-;
ence outside of Israel of Zionist |
parties patterned on Israeli poli-
tical parties was anachronistic
end also tended "to hinder a-"d
obscure the objectives of the en-
tire movement."
The statement said that the
('oi federation was p.oud tliat. bj
I implementation of t!ie non-identi-
' fication philosophy and -,i .volve-
ment an:' partnershiu wi'h I>racl
as a whole." the Confederation
had been able to demonstrate at
Wrrkl Zionist Congress and Ac-
tions Committee sess'ons "the
practicability ard applicability of
the Weizmann philosophy on non-
party attachment on the local Is-
had discouraged Jews from seek-
ing training in the profession as I Furthermore, he concluded, un-
Since then, he assert- | ]ess thc automobile industry
"unwise."
ed. the pace of recruitment of Jews
by the Big Three has not increas-
ed. He added that in the absence
oi an "affirmative and vigorous"
.rtdustry program to implement its
"posture of merit employment,"
college placement officials may be
proceeding on the belief that the
companies are continuing "their
old habit" of excluding ,lcw>.
The League official said meet-
ings with college placement offi-
cers at one major mid-west uni-
versity indicated that although a
college recruiter might interview
three engineering graduates with
qualifications, ii was known that
"the boy with the Jewish name"
would not have an equal chance
lor consideration in some company
departments where prejudice su-
perceded top level policy.
According to the League study,
of the handful of Jews now em-
i
Beach Demo Club
To Hear Speakers
Next meeting of tne Democratic
Club of Miami Beach, to be held
on Wednesday e\ening at the Sea
Isle Motel, will feature discussion
on currenl topics and an award
to Dr. A. Nemser,
President Wally Gluck and exec-
utive member. Harry Levy, will
present a plaque to Dr. Nemser
"in appreciation for sincere ef-
forts in behalf of Medicare and
diligent work in and for the Demo-
cratic Party."
Subjects to be covered will in-
clude "How a Bill Becomes a
Law." by Dade County State Rep-
icsentatives Louis Wolfson and
Murray H. Dubbin, who will speak
on 'What Must be Done in 1965."
"The Kelly Amendments" will
be explained by Tom Kelly, former
n| Sheriff of Dade County, and
; Charles C. Cox, C.L.U., insurance
} executive, will deliver a talk on
it "Why Representative Government
for Dade County?"
A question and answer period
will follow thc talks.
Of 15,500 at General Motors,
80 are Jews.
Of 18,000 at Chrysler, 102
are Jews.
Of 17,500 white collar and
executive employees at Ford,
146 are Jews.
It noted as significant that 20
the 146 Jews at Ford are in the
ucntific Research Laboratory
|nd 17 of the 102 at Chrysler are
the Missile Division two de-
irtmeiits which are not directly
k\olved in the production and
1'es of automobiles. Further-
lore, the study revealed an al-
ost total lack of Jews in sales
'I financing departments, such
III'' CMAC division and similar
bsidiarics.
|Foister said the study cited no
i-i.' reason tor the dearth of Jew-
white collar and executive per-
Innel hut gave the following eir
Imstances as contributing fac-
|r-
Social discrimination at the
kxecutfve suite" level which pre
tide.- hiring Jew S.
College recruitment proee
Ires which fail to make merit-em-
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"forcefully spells out" its merit
employment standards to all de-
partment heads and recruitment
officers, the "suspicion of discrim-
ination that has long been attach
ed to the industry will persist."
The Confederation, in the
statement said it proteested and
remediated "the misleading re-
ports issued about the recent con-
ference convoked jointly by the
Neumann Confederation and the
Liberal Party of Israel." The
Confederation challenged the
claim of the World Union that it
fpoke for two-thirds of all Gen-
eral Zionists. It declared Niat
"our Confederation has 80 Co I
gress delegates" from outsir I
Israel, compared with 63 sue-
delegates for the Neontar
group, adding that "the latte -
also includes 24 delegates of tt->
former General Zionist and Pr:
grassive Parties of Israel, brin .
ing their figure to 17 which, at
best, fall* far .short of the IwO-
thirds they claim."
The statement added that at '. 18
last Zionist Congress, the Conh
erat um was the "largest a
strongest" of non-Israeli Zien
groups, representing more th
500,000 members.
The World Union reply cc
mented that "Outside of Engla :
and the Hadassah in the Unit. 1
States, the Goldstem-Halpi
group cannot point to a sing
organization of any size actua
affiliated with it. Thc arithmt -
al or algebraic issue that h
been raised will only be settl
conclusively when the roll of de
gates to the next Zionist Congr -
will be calle;l.
"We are confident that oi. -
estimate will then be vindica-
ed. Certainly, there is no roo
for doubt that the World Unic
already represents the large."
groupings of General Zionist O"
ganizations within the wor :
Zionist movement."
"As for the old issue of 'idei
fication' and 'non-idenUfieatio
i we would simply point out th i
i one cf the basic principles unai
mously adopted at our world f<'
i ference provides that our Woi
Union shall function within t.
' World Zionist Organization 11
: Zionist purposes exclusively, a ><
-hall not intervene in the dome-
policies of Israel or of any tr
country."
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Friday. October 11, 1963
Major Issues Facing Jewish Communities
Today Will Keynote CJFWF Assembly
Mayor Melvin J. Richard, of Miami Beach, presents Alfred
Rowen (third from left), president of North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, with a proclamation designating the week of Oct. 13 to
19 as B'nai B'rith 120th Anniversary Week. Left is Nate
Glickman, past president of the group, and far riqht is Moe
Finegold, president of the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges.
500 Expected Will Attend Breakfast
Honoring 120th Anniversary B'nai B'rith
More than 500 persons, including
city officials and community lead-
ers, are expected to be on hand
when B'nai B'rith celebrates its
120th anniversary with a giant
birthday party at the Everglades
Hotel on Sunday morning at 9 a.m.
Honored guests for the celebra-
tion will be the Mayors of Miami,
Miami Beach, No. Miami Beach.
West Miami, Coral Gables, Surf-
side, Hollywood, and Joe Boyd.
chairman of the County Commis-
sion.
Highlight of the anniversary
breakfast will be the induction
of 120 new members of the or-
When your family
celebrates a Special
Family Occasion-
Welcome Wagon Calls
When your family celebrates a
sixteenth birthday, announces
an engagement or the birth of
a new baby, or moves to a new
tiome, your Welcome Wagon
Hostess will call with a basket
of gifts... and friendly greetings
from the religious, civic
and business leaders
our community
| ganization by Judge Milton A.
Friedman, past president of Dis-
trict 5. The new members, rep-
resenting various lodges in Oade
County, will participate in a
unique ceremony by lighting 120
candles to symbolize the many
years of service the organization
has rendered since its start in
1843.
Guest speaker for the occasion
will be Robert I. Upton, of Dur-
ham. N.C., president-elect of Dis-
trict 5, and current district mem-
bership chairman and member of
the national membership commit-
tee.
Proclamations are being readied
by the mayors of the various com-
munities designating the week of
Oct. 13 to 19 as B'nai B'rith 120th !
Anniversary Week." The local
celebration is being sponsored by
the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, headed by Maurice
rinegold. president.
Forty-two leading educators, wel-
fare officials, social scientists, rab-
bis and medical experts will con-
tribute their views to a symposium
!on 'Major Issues Facing the Or-
Iganized Jewish Community,"
which w'll keynote the 32nd t;>'ii
era! Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
FtindS at the Diplomat Hotel from
Nov. rj to 10.
The appraisals they submit will
"o>m the basis tor the Assembly's
opening address on Wednesday
evening. Nov. 6. by Louis Stern, of
Newark, N.J.. CJFWF president.
More than 1,200 delegates will
participate in over 50 meetings
which will develop from this ba-
sic presentation. The delegates
represent 218 central commun-
ity organizations serving more
than 5,000,000 Jews in the Uni-
ted States and Canada.
On Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7.
the focus in the first major session
to flow out of the symposium will
be on federation flexibility in re-
sponse to changing situations,
needs and responsibilities. The
delegates will also examine priori-
ties and patterns of financing and
evaluate means of attracting and
sustaining new leadership.
Two key Assembly meetings Fri-
day morning will examine Amer-
ican Jewish responsibility for over-
seas aid in the light of changing
needs for rehabilitation and recon-
struction in Israel, Europe and
other foreign lands.
On Saturday morning. Nov. 9,
the traditional Assembly Sabbath
sermon will be on "Jewish Prin-
ciples on the Anvil of Conflict:
Five Years Alter the Syna JU
Bombings in Hie South.
At the Asssmhl- b*r-u evening, the Herbert R. Abeles
Memorial Adorass honoring i
past president of the Council
will deal with "America's Hu-
man Ooals A Par^x of Af-
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rights crisis, the plight ol modern
youth, the Jewish commun tj cen-
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services, planning for the .i jed,
Jewish education, volunteers, om
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needs and services. A
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fund* and community councils.
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percent of the Jews of the United
States and Canada, annually raise
the bulk of all Jewish philanthro-
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German Jews Live in Shadow of Past

Kneseth Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Port Cheater, N.Y., is
among works on exhibit at the Jewish Museum show, "Recent
American Synagogue Architecture.'' Kneseth Tifereth Israel
is the work of Philip Johnson.
Exhibit Opens
jOf Synagogue
Architecture
NEW YORK An exhibition,
' Rec nl American Synagogue
\rchit< re," opened at the Jew-
seum here on Sunday The
show consists of models, photo-
and drawings of complet-
ed synagogue structures, as well
.....; -imrr.ial and projected
The synagogues included in
(Nftipibwara designed with
in the Last U'ii years in the United
major American archi-
? exhibit! in, the fir>t ol
r^ori at the Jewish Mus
I cinfirimi on view through
I
Vccon ng to New York Archi-
lect Rkhard Meiser, who organiz
ii' the'exhibition and designed the
retaliation, the purpose of the
ihow i> to present a diversified
selection of good American ,-yna
;ue t.-thitecture.
"Sinn many American archi '
iccts have undertaken the build-1
ing of at least one synagogue, the!
k>lutiODS indicate the widest pos-
sible variety of styles," he said.
The synagogue. according to
Meier, "is a structure which by
contrast with other types of re-
ligious buildings, has few clearly
defined architectural require-'
i i. nt-. and no dogmatic rules gov-
erning itt forms."
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Stylistically, he explained, it
has tended to blend with the
architecture of the community,
the era and the society in which
it developed The willingness of
congregations to turn freely to
designers providing imaginative
and inventive structure is dcm-
on.-trated by the exhibition.
Since most of the 17 buildings
on exhibit have either been re-
cently completed or are now un-
der construction, the] have not as
vet been seen by the general pub
lie.
Also on display will be a design
"Project for a Synagogue." by:
Barnelt Newman, an artist's idea
about the architecture of a syna-j
gogue
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Reuben Guberman. publisher of
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services at Temple Tikvah
of Hialcah. His topic will be "The
Jew in Politics
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scores of groups of children, led
l>\ fltetr teachers." wete slle"nfly
and humbly walking among the
markers. Neither was the visit
casual it's an hour's uncom-
fortable bus ride to Bergen-Bel-
sen from Hanover.
"Besides them, I could see
dozens and dozens of older peo-
ple. And it was very strange:
they all seemed typical stereo-
type Germans out of an old Eric
von Stroheim movie the sort
about whom I kept wondering
when I first set foot in Germany:
"Where were you when .? '*
It is typical of German effi-
ciency, in the battle against new
manifestations of anti-Semitism,
that the Justice Department has
a Division for Lett Subversion
and a Division for Right Subver-
sion. Anti-Semitism falls into
Right Subversion. "Neo-Nazism,"
according to Pcrlmutter, "makes
insignificant successes at the
election polls, and the most fer-
tile field for their activities lies
in the some 12 million expelees
east of the Oder-Neis.se. which
is East-East Germany, that por-
tion of the original Reich now be-
longing to Poland. They want to
Ask Vatican For
Special Handing
Continued from Page 1-A
< licism. The name of the Father
making the propo.sal was not in-
dicated. He was quoted as saying
that "Since the Church has exist
ed since the creation of the world,
the Church of the Old Testament
was not only a preparation but, in
itself, a true Church and perfect
society."
Vatican experts said that the
Yugoslav prelate's proposal should
not be confused with a planned
declaration on relations between
Catholics and Jews. A declara-
tion has been drafted, to be call-
ed "On the Catholic Attitude To-i
ward Non-Christians and especial-
ly Jews," which is in the hands
of Augustin Cardinal Bea, presi-
dent of the Secretariat for Pro-
moting Christian Unity It was
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the first session of the Council.
convened by Pope John and re-
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cowboy songs and Negro spirit
uals. This is also very much in
evidence in Berlin."
How much have the older
generation Germans, the Ger-
mans who lived through "it,"
changed? Perlmutter said that
"they will point to the wall in
Berlin, sadly, and even to the
Brandenburg Gate beyond,
which is drab and surface-alive
in a Dali-esque fashion. Then,
they will show you films of the
same Brandenburg Gate with
burgeoning crowds and excite-
ment. 'Those were the good old
days/ they will tell you. The
'-|ood old days' were in the
heyday of the Nazi Third
Reich."
"We were there." noted Perl
mutter, to "observe the Germans
and to study \va>s of assisting
thorn toward further democrati-
zation. As _a consequence, ^ife
asked many' questions. But vr-
were aljo.-asluui. souk ."
The question? "What about
Birmingham?" Neither did it do
any good. Perlmutter said, "to
make a distinction between Jew-
ish genocide as Hitlerian national
policy and discrimination against
a group that is being successfully
battled by the U.S. Government
and most of its citizens of good
will.
"The truth is that, though we
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well, it made our task harder
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Browsing jjjWjj Boofcs; By HILARY M1NDLIN
Factual View of Life
And Times in Bible
Capitol Spotlight:
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Does Intercession Help Soviet Jews?
ESTHER
THE BACKGROUND OF THE
OLD TESTAMENT. By Esther
Keliner. 367 pp. New York:
Doubleday. S4.95.
KELLNER IS the
author of three Biblical
novels, all of which have been
book club selections. In this
book, "an enlightening guide
to the people, place*, events,
customs and beliefs oi the Old
Testament world."' she attempts
to fill in with factual material
some ''l the details oi Biblical
life.
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both Jewish and non-Jewish
sources, the book gives the
Biblical references tor each
chapter. Thus, where "Genesis
mentions l"r of the Chaldees,
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the ancient area (now Iraq).
and I hen describes the land and
the city, the social customs, the
trade system, the clothing,
even the probable content- ol
Sarah's dressing table.
The way that Abraham's
caravan must have looked as it
wound its long way south to
Canaan is pictured here. M
wandering in the wilderness
with his unruly crowd is evok-
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times of Ruth, of David, of
Isaiah and Esther and Nehem-
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have managed to unearth
Illustrated with maps, draw-
ings and photographs, the re-
sult is intriguing Ruth's night-
time visit to her kinsman.
Boaz. is explained in terms of
the customs and the Law ; Jos-
eph's lovely coat of many col-
ors is contrasted with the usual
short-sleeved coat of the labor-
ers. And the maps, of couse.
are marvelous
The book is "non-sectarian."
and in her zeal to hew to that
concept. Mrs. Keliner leans
strangely backwards in places.
Weaving in quotations trom the
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several different places that
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house of Davida statement
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Semitism real-
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t ra p p e d be-1
hind the Iron Curiai.i?
have been privately voiced by
State Department officials and
some Anti-Defamation
ties
Doubts
authori-
teriorating Russian Jewish sit-
uation had been described by
I he Jewish War Veterans lead-
ers to the President at a White
House meeting. Mr. Kennedy
appeared shocked and felt that
more should be done to relieve
the plight of Russian Jews
A direct appeal was ad-
dressed to the Soviet Ambass-
ador here by Rep. Leonarrl
Farbstein, New York Demo-
crat, and 18 other members ol
the House Foreign Affairs
Committee. The Soviet En*
bassy was so concerned thai a
ordered
The State Department was
Bimilarly displeased when Pre.- Russian diplomat was
idem Kennedy alluded to the to call on Rep. rarbstein.
closing of synagogues by the But the state Department was
Soviet Union In his recent Unit- unhappy that members of Con-
ed Nations address. The de- grass dealt directly with a
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Price of Peace in Middle East Today
Palestine Refugees, which provides reliel lo the
Arab it, igees, "ill coal about $36f0MMMv. The
United Nations Emergency Force will cost about
(20.000,000. The United Nations Truce Super-
vision Organization will eat up about $1,650,000
And close to $150,000 "ill help pay the expenses
of the Palestine Conciliation Commission Some
simple arithmetic, plus added cost- which come
out of the UN budget, makes thai $60,000,000 a
year. Add at least $100,000 overall over the 15-
year pcr-od. and the total stand- at $1,000,000,000.
Now what has the United Nations got out
of that $1,000,000,000 spent in that one area
where tensions at times have brought the world
close to global war '
Fifteen years have passed since Israel be-
came a State. The number of Arabs on the
UNRWA relief rolls stands at about 1.200.000. it
is purposeless to slop at this point to inquire
Whether all who call themselves refugees are
genuine refugees; here, we deal with those on
relief, real, phony, dead, chiselers, or tragic,
hungry and homeless. Not only is it morally
wrong, from the human point ol view, lor the
world organization to permit the refugee prob-
lem to exit. It is wrong politically, dangerous
in the extreme, since most of the UNRWA re-
lief recipients are people hostile to a member
state of the UN, constantly being stirred by the
Arab rulers to act as goads to warfare against
Israel
Fifteen years have passed, and the United
Nations Truce Supervision Organization is still
same general issues. Such meetings are financed nothing but a holding operation, its various Mix-
from the regular UN budgets, but it takes no ed Armistice Commissions meting out occasional
trained auditor to know that the costs of these slaps on the wrist to both the Arab states and
meetings may well run into millions of dollars. Israel, usually acting on the principle that any
But there Is one overall figurethe cost of shooting affray is the fault of both sides, re-
the United Nations' own activities in the Middle gardless of who started the firing, often more
East connected with the tensions between the inclined to blame Israel than to criticize the
Arab states and Israel. Now here is that figure: Arab side.
Over the last t5 years alone, from 1948 to 1963, Fifteen years have passed, and the Palestine
that cost has aggregated $1,000,000,000. Conciliation Commission, costing approximately
How Is that, total obtained? The budgetary S2.250,000 over the period, has not yet finished
figures for the year 1963. rounded out for the even the technical task of evaluating property
sake of convenience, show the following: The which the Arabs say they have abandoned 111
United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Israel.
United Nations p
IN the days of the Kast-Wes'
thawno one as yet dare
to speak of total end to the cold!
warthere is keen awarenes '
at the United Nations of th' I
high costs of keeping the work fc
from blowing up into hot cor. f
Hut. There is a ready yard
stick available, indicating thi
price of peaceeven such as uneasy peace as
the one maintained by the United Nations in the
Middle Bast. And when the figures arc tabu-
lated, the eggregate is stupendous.
For many reasons, including the fact that
all governments in the Middle East, as well as
Israel's, consider their military costs matters
of high secrecy, often hiding many of the costs
even when official defense budgets are made pub-
lic, the actual costs to the various governments
of maintaining their armies, air forces, navies
and Other military installations cannot be com-
puted with any degree of accuracy. All know-
that the dollar figures are fantastic in size, even
for such a peace-loving country as Israel. But
many of the costs to the United Nations can
be easily compueted.
Even here, there are hidden costs, and these
too are very high. Examples: There have been.
since th.' Palestine Question first came to the
UN agenda in 19-17, more than 200 sessions of
the Security Council dealing with Arab-Israeli
disputes. There have been three special ses-
sions of the General Assembly, devoted to the
diplomatic intercession involv-
ing a foreign government.
The Department was even
more annoyed when a Senate
resolution denouncing Soviet
anti-Semitism. proposed by-
Sen. Abraham Ribiiolt, Com
necticut Democrat, gained 5J
co-sponsors.
Speaking off the record, one
o-ffiotal termed the Ribicoff
resolution "ill advised and
counter productive." He nut-
ed that a CO sponsor was Sen.
Strom Thurmond oi South Car-
olina, a leader in the fight
against civil rights for Negroes
How can we expect the S \
lets to hoed Sen. Thurmond**
demands for civil rights for
Soviel .lews'.'" he asked.
Rep Seymour Halpern. New
York Republican, dared to sug-
gest to the State Department
that the signing of the nuclear
lesl ban treaty created an East-
West thaw conducive to inter
cession on behalf of Soviet
Jewry In reply, the State De-
partment line was vomiid by
Assistant Secretary of state
Frederick G. Dutton.
Mr Dutton said "the Depart-
ment continues to believe that
formal United States Govern-
ment representations to the
Soviet Government would not
be in the best interests of the
Soviet Jews These represen-
tations could in fact antagonize
the Soviet Government to the
detriment of Soviet Jews"
"In the past, the Soviet Gov-
ernment has often accuse.! Sov-
iet Jews of susceptibility to
subversive foreign influences
and ol being agents of foreign
states, most particularly of the
United States and Israel. It
hardly would be to the interest
c| Soviet Jews for the United
States to take actions which
would lend substance or cred-
ence to this charge against
Soviet Jewry," said Mr. Dut-
ton.
Mr. Dutton warned that "for-
mal actions by the United
state- Government or its ol-
ficial representatives could have
this unfortunate result and al-o
lose in effectiveness because
of the tendency of public opin-
ion in many areas to dismiss
United states moves Involving
the U.S.S R. as motivated pri-
marily by cold-war considera-
tions."
But what the State Depart
ment and some "experts" ig-
nored was that any relaxation
of Soviet anti-Semitism was at-
tributable not to the humanity
of the Kremlin but to its sen-
sitivity to world public opin
ion Protests by members ol
Congress and leading liberals
have had some impact.
A Philosopher's View:
By DR. ABRAHAM JOSHUA HESCHEl
Personal Involvement Needed to Complete Task
UfE. are all involved in the
" great battle for equal rights
being waged in our own coun-
try, and rejoice in the fact that
millions of Americans are tak
ing part in the effort to eli.m
Bate the inequities that result
from prejudice and- discrimina-
tion. While this victorious drama
has electrified all Americans,
another drama is being enacted
which, though agonizing and
heart-rending, and perhaps more
tragic than the story of the Ne-
gro people, is being ignored. I
Dr Abraham Joshua rfetchel u
a world-renowned scholar and thee
:. A member of the faculty of
1'if Jewish Theological Seminary of
America), be is the author ,>f a num-
ber of builds dealing itrfth rlie va-
rieties of Jewish religious experience
mean the plight of the Jews in
Soviet Russia.
Risk is involved in every de
cision, in every action. Weigh
ing the risk that the Jewish
community may assume in fight
ing with moral and spintua
means for the rights of the Jews
in Russia, we might be ready to
Buffer ourselves in order to as-
sure their survival.
What is called for is not a
silent sigh but a voice of moral
compassion and indignation, the
sublime and inspired screaming
of a prophet uttered by a whole
community.
What is nappening in our
days in America proves beyond
doubt that a strong voice ring-
ing with force and dignity has
the power to pierce the iron
shield of a dormant conscience.
Involved as we Jews are 111
OK. .._An
universal
AM HtSCHU
moderation
the struggle for equal rights for
the Negroes, we are sure that
the Negroes will be ready to
join us in efforts on behalf of
equal rights for Jews in Russia.
The trouble with our morality
Is its moderation.
It is the duty of the American
Rabbinate, with its tradition of
leadership in many social is-
sues, to assume moral and
spiritual leadership in this gie.it
emergency. to proclaim. to
teach, to preach that the plight
of the Jews in Russia is a mat-
ter of utmost priority.
Yet if not for personal involve-
ment, if not for action on the
part of the Negroes, the decision
of the Supreme Court would
have remained a still small
voice. The hour calls for the
voice of justice as well as for
concerted and incessant action.


Friday. October 11. 1963
t. I,..;-. nrrg^Sf^fj
Page 15--*
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE W HBHEHY OIVEN that
h. iiiiil.rvinn.il, desiring l u-iness under t!> flititiotis nunif OI
.Til ST. gi'AI.HV MARKET nl 607
\' \\* f'Lh Street, Ml:iml, Fhirliin, In-
ii-'ndto register Mid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade
. uunty, Florida.
ikvim; coHN
KoSAI.YN COHN
SiNFORD FREED
Vttorney for Api'li.ants
10/11-18-23, ll l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 60959 C
in UK: Estate oi
MARK LACIIMAS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persona llav-
ii- Claims or Demands Against Bald
Kstate:
You are herebj notified ami requlr-
. ii present any clalma and demand*
which you may have acalmt the es-
,:,,,. ,.i MARK i.aciima.n deceased
.......f |)adi> County, Florida, to the
County Judges nf Hade County, and
file the same in their offices In the
County couriii.Hisi In Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar month*
:r. in the date ol the first publication
hereof, or the name will be barred.
ROBE 1. A CUM AN
Administratrix, C.T.A.
Shapiro, Fried : Weil, Etqa.
Ittomeya
4'.7 Lincoln Koad
\; .inn Beach, Florida
10/11-18-35, ll i
r
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10*89
Hi: IVTUJAMSBCRUH
- \VINOS BANK,
Plaintiff.
vs.
iii i.MBR MAR8HAI. JOHNSON and
VN'CES I. JOHNSON, liis Wife,
i> 'fendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
i i Homer Marshal Johnson and
Frunces I-. Johnson, his wit,-.
. o J. II. Mi wi-
M-J20 York Road
Klmhurat, Illinois
v-u are hereby notlfed that the
nvi captfoned action lias bean Instl-
ngralnat you in the Circuit Court
Eleventh Judicial Clrcnll .t
Florida In .mil for Dade L'ounty to
recluse a mortgage upon the follow-
lescribed i al prouert] :
I...I 18, Work 3 )H 1; I I. I: OROVE
m'bmivision. according to the
I'la I 'hereof, recorded In I Mat Book
':: ii Page 90 of the Public It. i rds
f lladc County, Florida, tegi he
with Hotpolnt Disposal; Hotpolnt
Iti fr -.- rat or; Hotpolnt ll ve n &
Kunge; Alum, \ i m tlan Blinds:
fkmit Detergent ,\ spray; and Glass
Slloa r I to. rn;
You ir,- required to file your an-
t.i plaintiffs complaint with
the ''I. rk of the aforesaid Court, and I
i ii'|i\ thereof upon pi ilnl ill -
. \i VRTIN iink, i lih Floor,
I mde Federal Building Miami :'.l'.
i iirldn nol later than November 1-'.
.i I i. Pro l 'onfeaaa u ill i..
i .1 agalnal you.
11 \ I"l:l > (.. t..| r -. 1963.
B. B. LEATHERM \ s
Clerk ( the Circuit i 'out i
ii> By: k M i.Y.ma.n
Deput] Clerk
m v in in i-'i.\ i:
% foi Plaintiff
ih Floor I lade K. .1. ral lllda
i 12, Florida
lo 11 -is-:1:., ii :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. f3C 1074*
iLEASON, JR., as Administra-
' torn us aii.,- ,,M i ii
i rnll ed 8ta tea ol Vmei .. an i
*n in such office, md
Igns,
ntlff,
\ -.
v VDELINE \ PERIti INK
i al,
ml i lit8
NOTICE OF SUIT
M VDELINE \ per RON E, .,
'Ml HI. .ill.) | .1 i'i> \
ll PIN, .i single woman, i: Hi
Iw lulling un> unknow n
I I >i ft n.I.mi u
.v. n in rled, 'I ii
'i iinkn im n n< ii -. devli
11 ...ir... j enoi -. nns -
and all nthi i pi i.....a I
l>: thr. nth, undi i i
I fl n lain-. WllOhl esl
di unk in n
"] IRE HEBEBY NOTIFIED thai
II I" II III ..llulit Hgaillsl you
1 S. (iLEASON, JR., .,, \.
Yeti n \ 'i i .,, i im, i
Hi. Inite.l Stall ..i A......a, and
.--is in h ,,:fi,-,.. .mil hla
.i isigns, iu roi. close a mm t -
nuunibi i Ing the rollowlng ties-
died projiei ty, to- it:
|-ot :% |D in,,, i, |, ,,f uiniiw \i;i'
i >r\Ti:s, 8EfTION ONE, aci .1
tin; to tha plat thereof, aa reoorded
in Plat Hook 6.1, ;,t |,Kl. 142, of tit.
'''' recorda of Had.- County,
ii.'ii.la:
'I you are required to file yogr an-
"er with the Clark ..r the Circuit
nirt of Pnd.- Count*, Florida at the
' "iirthouaa in MihiuL FlorUla, on or
''tor, NovehiMr 12, 1963, and td sit v,
J cop> of bucJi answer upon Plaintiffs
uiorneyn, MYERS, IIKIMXN, KAP-
t.A.N *. CAT8MAN, h.*e addr.ss is
l-leven Fifty BuilillnK. 1150 S.W l'ii-st
~:r" i. Miami 3. Plot-Ida, on or bafore
?aid data, aa required by th.. laws ,.r
, .'' "'- vou fail to do ao, ih.- com-
! ""' will be taken as confessed l.y
| and a Decree Pro Cbnfeaao win
-iit. r.-cl agninsl you fot the relief
. ded i hi comptafnt.
-n;i. this 7.h ,la> of October.
E B, LEATHERilAN
1 lerk of ih,- Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
1''" B} : C, P. i'( il'KI.ANH
i M, ,. ,, I'-I'itty Clerk
irs, lelman, Kaplan a ("atsman
1 Flftj. Building
... "> w. I--,,-., s.,-,.-t
...... Fiotlila
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
Dmnv
BY HENRY tEONARO
"Oh it's one of those Temples that
mushrooms up around the High Holidays."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICtI UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underabmed, .i. siring to engage in
business nnili-i the fictitious name of
AM, STATKS II Kl .'SHIM: I". I'ot
Inc.) at IH" N.i:. Miami Court, Mi-
ami. Ha., Intends to register aald
name with the I'letk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
.Ii I8EPH I5HEENBER0
Hole '' ner
\H IRRIH C( illK.N
Attorn.-j for Joseph tlreenbei'i
n> ll-IS-2.1, 11 I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the flctltloua name ..f
PALMETTO I ARMER'H MARKET A
Ali'TInN at Jl '1 N W l03rd St..
lli;,'. ih I'.ar-I.tis. F'la.. Intends to r< u-
iiil name iih the Cli rk ..f the
("ircull i""iim "t" Hade County, Flor-
ida.
I'AI.MKTTo l-WUMI.i: S MARKET,
IN.' ii l-'lii Corp i Sole net
WALTMAN, iiilll-'.N .v ROBKHTS
Vitnrm > for Applicant
10/11-1S-25, III
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT CE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is h. i. l.y liven bv Ihs un-
dersigned that ..it October 18, I9M, at
ii ,i m .it Palm Motors and Oarage,
1450 Palm Avenue, Hlaleah, the fol-
kiwlno car will be sold at auction for
;,,..! Towln. (''vi t- !: is:,!
Plymouth t'onvertfble, ''i2 Tag, No.
ALR St, Stun ul VVashlnilon, II'.
I -_17-'. owned I'J -I-, rell Collins, 821
s i. street, Tacoma, Washington,
Apt I I Jen i......timing t" .......
PALM MOTORS ANDOARAOE
m l-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
Haras; H. B. Wholesale Distrib-
utors at ill SF. 1st Street, Miami.
Floii.la Intend to register said names
with the t'U-rk of the Circuit Court "f
Dade Countv. Florida
NORM \ iiaiskn
KITTY RRACN
MAB\ IN BRA UN
JEROME lAi'nlisoN
st..].. (>wtn-rs
UCY K, Tl:\\ AKT
Vtt.. ii, \ for Aj'plll ants
111:1 Congn j- Building
9 SO-27, I". 1-1!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10779
THE PROVIDENT INS'l'l't ITIi iN
1 OR SAVIXf.S IN JERSEY CITY,
a corporation duly chartered under
the laws of the State of New Jersey,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Ni'ltMA M .ll'Slli-K, hla "if.-.
I i.-ft-ndants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES K. Jl'STICE and
NORMA M. JCSTICP, his wife
i Residence I'nknown)
YOU AND BACH <>\- YOU are here-
by notified thai a Complaint lo Fore-
close a certain mortgage on th>- fol-
lowing described prooertv, to-wit:
l..t .-., Block I. FAIRLAWN F.S-
tatfs. according to the Ptal there-
of, as recorded in I'lat Book 59, at
Page ii. of the Public Records of
Hade l'ounty. Florida,
has heen duly filed agalnal you and
yu are required to serve a copy ..f
your Answer plaint on Plaintiffs attor*ev v -
inl.M ll FRIEDMAN, '.'tri Security
Trust Building, Miami 32. Florida,
and file the original Answer or fi.an-
Ing in the Offlci of the Clerk of the
i it .-.lit Court, mi or before the 12th
1 day of Nov.inli, r. 1988. If you tail
I to do so. Ju.lum in by default will be
taken against you f..r the relief de-
manded in the Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four it) <.....secutlve
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
lii'M". ANI> tiRDERED al Miami,
lloiidn, this ;tli day of October, A.D.,
i: r. IJCATtJERMAN, clerk,
Circuit i '..int. ilnl. Count). i lorlda
i-. il i By: K M I.YMAN
liepatj i "lerk
in |1-is-2'i, I 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tfl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CMANOERY
NO. 63C 10636
I -1111.11 BROCK,
Plaintiff,
vs. '
ANNE WILSON minis.
1 iefendanc.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANNE wii.sn.N BROL'S
S18 East 92nd street
Brooklyn, New York
You, ANNE WILSON BROL'S a -
htreh) notified lhat a Bill of Con
plaint for Divorce has been fil..
auainst you. and you are iisiuii.d t -
serve a copy of your Answer
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint i
Die Plaintiff's attorney, MILTON I.
RICHMOND, One Lit.....in Road Bullc-
Ing, Miami Beaoh, Florida, and ft",
tin- original Anawer or Pleading in tl
orfk-e of the Clerk of the Circuit Cou
on '^r before the 12th day of Noven
her. 1968. If you fall to do so. Judfl,
in. in by default iii be taken again
you for tin- relief demanded in tl
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published on-
each week for four oonaecutive weal
in THE JEWISH I- l.'iRIPIAN.
HONK AND iiRPERKP at Mian
Florida, this llrd day of October, A. -.
Wi.
B. B. LKATHFRMAN
i'lerk of the Circuit Court
1'ade County. Flotilla
(seal) By: J. J. NELSON
Deputy Clerk
Mll.n IN II. RICHMOND
line Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach 39, Florida
Attorn. \ for Plaintiff
in 11-18-25, 11
In
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C ?918
lnii: \ EISENB'-:it<; UUERRIERO,
Plaintiff,
\ a,
IIKORHE OIANDE Ol'ERRIERt >.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in liEOROE HI V.NDE UL'ERRIERl I
Ml Selhj Street
I .\ mi. Mass
\ a : a r. herebj notified that r.n
of i ..ni|ilniiit fur i Hi orci has l>< en
[lied igulnsl you, and you are re-
quired to servi -i opj uf > our An-wi i
.-i Pleading to the Bill ol Con
on the pluln Iff'i m a. J. SHIRLEY
\i ii iLF. 893 Anli ir I Imlfn \ Uond,
Mia nl Beat h, Ploi Ida and file the
..i Klnal \n-i\.- or Pleading in the
nf ih, c|ei'; of the Circuit
on or 1- foi the 21st day of
i iei If you fall t>> l" so,
Judgment by default will be taken
foi thi ri lb i iii manded
Bill ul Complaint,
notice shall he published once
. nch week for fo nsi iti\.- wet ka
,n Till: JEW ISil II.' IRIHIAN,
i >. iNK VND i '!:i iEREI at Miant ,
. d. v of Sept. mis i.
\ 11.
i: II I.EATHERM VN, Cli k,
i Court, 1 'adi i 'ounty. I i
i' I' FOPELAND
I lepul Clei 1>
SHIRLEY WO" 'I P

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No. 6:C 10197
EM VNl'EL MITCHELL,
Plaintiff,
M \l:V BRIT MITCHELL,
i.. fendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MARY BRIT MITCHELL a k a
MRS. MARY NI'.I.M.'
I'T Fast Li n.-\
Iloxbury, Massachusetts
You MARY IlltIT MITi'HKl.l- also
known aa MRS, MAItY N'FI.MC are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
ei.mit for i',-iaratoiy Decree has
Been filed igralast you, and you are
required to serve a copy ol y..... .Vn-
rwi r or Pleading to the Bill or Cofn-
plalnt op tin- Plaintiffs Attorney!
AJNSLEE R. FERtHE, Suite Wi-JM,
Sill S \V. I..-.I. tin.- Road, Coral Cables,
Florida 33134, and file th original
Answer or lleadlng In the oftl. c ol
the clerk of the circuit Court on or
before Hi.- 3|st day of: Octoher, 1963.
if >...i fail to do so. Judgment 6y de-
fnult u III he taken against you for
the i-.-li.-f liem.inile.l in the Bill of
Complaint.
Dated at Miami, Florida this Mth
iia-. nl Septembi r 1963.
E B. LEATHKRM \N.
i 'lerk "f the ("Ircult Court
i lad.- Count] Florida
(seal) By: C P. Ct IPELAND
l >. -1.11 i v clerk
AINSLEE It. FERDIE
Attoi in y t..r Plaintiff
Suit.- 202-204
231S S.W, LeJeune R id
. 'i-i.ii i lablea, i i.i .
.. IU, Ill-iS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60717-B
IN REl Estate of
Mi il.l.Ii: STEIN
I lecessed.
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Cre ing Clalma oi Demands Against Said
I ,'sl.il.
V..ti are herebj notified and i -
i-nl Bj claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ..f MOLLIE STEIN de-
. ,- i-.-ii I.,i. ..f l lade Count.!. Floi da,
to tin. <-.null> Judges of Hade County,
and i le the same iii duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.18, Florida
Statutes, iii their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within -'v calendar montha
the time --i the first publication here-
of, or the s.itne will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this nth
il.ii of Se|itemher, A I' '
III I'll BAOLEY
\s Admlnlstrati i\
First publication of this notli
tin jnth day .-f September, 1981.
ABRAHAM II SIIIKAT
\ti.i- ii.-- f..i Admlnlstrati i\
153 I nln Road
Miami Beach, Floi da
'. 20-27, 1" l-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60640-C
IN RE: Ratal, of
CHARLES (HNSBERO
I.....eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All '"re lltor* and All IV rsons Hav-
ing Clalma oi Demands Against s-.ml
You .ir.- hi ehy notified an I re-
quli .I t.. iiresenl unj claim I
nancls which you may have ..u.iin-t
in.- estate .'t i II VRLES tllNs'BER
- ,i '.i .> ol i 'ii Ii 'ounti. i-l
Ida, to the c. inn Judgi I I hide
'..nun-, in.I til.- Hi. ... I In .i
In the Count) i -.. ! ..nl.- i '..inn Florida, within
months from the date of Ihi
i Irsl publli .ii loll hi reof. tin
I lll I.,- buried.
Dati .1 at Miami, Floi Ida tl
da] ul Si I'temher
.- i IA URIEL .1. ci iRl i. >\ IV.
I>.., in..-
Coldman, loldsteln .< Pacsler
Alt..I in J -
.'im W -i l lagli i Street
- ::. in i-ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60297-A
IN RE: Estate uf
llAI'.i n,n ROY MILLER,
lie., ii-.. I,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltorv and III Persons |t->e.
iiiK Clabna or Demands .-Vgainst Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r*1-
qulred lo l-reai-pt any.-laiins and de-
mands wnich you may havi against
the estate of HAROLD ROY Mll.-
i.i-;k. deeeased late "f Dade County,
Florida, 10 Bit County Judges "f I'.nle
County, and file* the same in duidl-
cate ami as provided. In Section ?33.i8,
Florida Stiitnl.s, in tin ir offices In
Ifii County courthouse In Dade Court-
ly, Florida, within six calendar months
from the tun.- ..i t in- first publication
hereof, it the same will he barred:
Dated at Miami, Florida, thls iJth
daj "i September, I.D
- PHYLLIS A. MILDER
As Executrix
First publication of 'his nol.....n
the 27th 'lav < S. ptl mlii i 19
im i. K\\rrNi:v
Attorm v for Estate of Harold
Roj Mill.-i, I.., .is. .1.
Ii'n Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, l-'ln
27, l" l-ll-l>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57846-A
IN REi Estate .-f
M IRY M. < 'I:i:n|.ANI'
Dec. .!.- d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Cr.dit. rs and All Persm s Hav-
ing Clalma or iKmauda Agalnal Said
Estati ;
^" .ii in. h.i.ii\ notified and r.-
quired to present unj claims and de-
mands a he h i :i ma> havi
the .-nit ul \l VRY .11 IIIENI. VND
- I l.il. uf I i.e.. i ..-! Fl I -
Ida, t" the inn .....Iges of I adi
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and us provided In Section 731 16.
| Floi ills Slain:, s. n Ihi in
h. i 'mint} i '..in i housi In I mdi i 'oun-
| ty, Florida, nlthln slxcalendui ......hs
fr..... the time of tin first pub leation
hi reof, i he same v\:11 l.. Iiai I'eil.
Dated -it Miami, hlorlda, this Ith
duj ..i October, A.l' 1963.
SANI-'i h:i M SWERDI.IN, as
Resident Agent for CARL A.
i iBENL INI v Vdmlnlstratoi.
C T, A.
I- ir-l iml.11. .i11.-n ..f this llotli .-ii
the I Ith din of i >.|..h. r. 1963.
I" I1-1S-23, 11 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
IN RE Estate nf
No. 6~8r?-B
JAMES l. i nl.I.AT/.
.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'i.. All Credlti i and All Pel llav-
im- or I'. mauds Against Said
Esl iti
^ -.ii at hi i bj notlfh .1 and re-
iii-r.-.i tn n-esenl inj v ..im- ini-i de-
mands n hleri > uu maj hai.
state nl I VMEr. .1 COLL VTZ
.1 lati -i I tilde i 'ount i
Ida, !- t he i 'o-inl Ju Igi of I >ade
' 'ount}. and f Ii the omi in dupli-
cate ..inl is :! \ Idi .1 i i Seel Ion
Ploi i 'a Stal iheh n...... in
the County Cn n I i ,,|. i 'oun-
I Floi Ida, u nh i -i\ al, nil..........tha
I the I Nile Of thl 'II.....ll
I reof, .. ii,,. mme .11 p.
Hated it Miami II. rlda, tin- Ith
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KATHI0 N Ni' '"' INAH IN
.v.- Admlnisli.itrlx
i-ii-i piibllcatimi of this not
Mo l id da.i of 11, i bi i-
SHELiM iN LKLCHI'K
I' t"i ni I. .! i.i..-in .1 ,,n i\
103 lllsi .ii ,i. 11|
Miami. I i -
__________ 1 III
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICE lb lll-:i:i:i:v OIVEN that
, the iind.i-.sii.-n..I. desiring t.....gage in
business under ihe ii.-iit...-.i- nanu of
AMERICAN IH nil-: REMOl'ELINd at
IMS Alton Road, .Miami Beach, Flor-
nla. Intends to rerlster said name
with the Clerk of tit, Cwcuit Court
"i Had,- County. Florida,
HAROLD CHESKY
ESKEN & ESSEN
Attorneysufor Applicant
inTl Seybofd Bldg.
Miami 85, Pli rfda
1" 11-IV-.'.-.. II 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57261-C
IN RE: Estate of
MARIE CORDON
.......-. .1.
notice of intention to mak
application for distributio i
and final Discharge
Ni.rici-: is hereby given thai i ha-
filed my Final Report and Petition f
Distribution and Final Discharge
Exi cut i\ of the estate "i maiu
CORDON, deceased: and thai on tl
.tli .,.,> ..i November, 1963, will app
to tin- Honorable County Judgea i
'ount). Florida, f.-r approval
said i .'ml Report and for dlstrlbutl'
..n i l in i ni-. hai ne ii- i:.. cuti Ix
thi estate of the above-named di
dent. This 6th la) "t Sept. l
ItERNICE JOACHIM
ROBERT II. TR ll'RIU
Atti vn. y
ll'ont Hullding
Miami 32, Florida
10 n-1*-:'."., '.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
N. 54985-C
IN RE: Kstate of
. iERTRI I IE sMi ILEN n k a
111 RTRI I E SM< ILENSK ^'.
I'evens .1.
notice of intention to make
application for distribute'
and final Discharge
Ni i'ici: is In i.> him n thai I hai
i mi i- in..i i;- pot i -iii.i Petition ft
Distribution and Final Dlschargi
-in.....I' Hi. estate "f OKI
l Itl'DE SMOLEN a k a UER riil'l'
- ill il.ENSK ^ ih, ssed and that
ih. i.iii da} of November, I96J, a
appl} in th. ii......rable Counts Judgi
oi i ia.li- County, Florida, for appro^
lion .m i final discharge as Admlnis-
Uator of ih. state of the abo>
named decedent. This 3rd da]
October,
s HAROLD MANN
HARi n.i' MANN
IRl iNi IVITZ, SILVER It SCHER
Attorn. >a
..", Ailisli i Build n-
Miaml 32, Plot ni i
1" 11-18-23, 'i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HCItEBV OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engagi in
lu-iin.-s under the fictitious name of
THE SUNSHINE COMMITTEE at 900
Northwest "lih Sfi-eet, Miami, Flor-
ida intend tn I-, -ister the -.i .1 name
with th.- ci, rk ..i tin- Circuit Court
..i Hade CVunti Eli
Dated al M ami, Florida, this 1st
da] of i let..her. |SS3
' :i.' ililA M IHCIN lai'l'IIIMi
,-..,ii southa -t 12 >'i i -. t
West Mlii mi, Floi Ida
M VRTll \ I ITHY
11 East 13th Strej t
Hlaleah, Florida
In ll-ls-.'-.. II, 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'R"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 56856 C
in RE Estate id
BENJAMIN BENZM VN
Hecea
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTiO'.
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTH is hen n> glv. n that I ha
filed inj Final Report and Petition i-
Distribution and I-inn! I>
irix of tha i f Bi njaml
. .I and that on tl
Iti f Nov. mi., r, 1963, ill app
to t he H.n.. bit 'ounl y Judi
l 'mi. i mm v. Floi Ida, i i- approi
of -ni.i Final Ri poi i and for di
-I in.11 dlacharge as Execul rl
ol the slate ol the abo\. -nan
- dent This 2nd da} of i t.....i
JENNY SPIRA BENZM AN
El,IAS S( IRBN
'.;..in. > for Executrix
. Wi -t i lagli r Street
Miami 32, Floi Ida
10 11-is-;-,, ii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O-
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 10718
ECLALIA A MAD I MANTEL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
OL'STAVO A MANTEL,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Toi oi'stavo a MANTEL
Its Eaton sir.-, i
Pi ovidenee 8, Rhode Island
TOC, GUSTAVO A. MANTEL, pres-
ent address. !s Katen Street, Provi-
denci v Rhode Island, are required it
fii. youi ..iiswei to the Complainl f.
Divorce, with thi Clerk ..f the aboyi
Court, and serve a copy thereof up.".
i.inii P, NBORETTI, Attorney, :'!'
ii Congress Building, in N.B, 2nc
Avenue, Miami, hlorldn, on or before
tin- utii da} of November 196J, .
.'-. complaint will be taken as con-
fessi .1
I ..ii.il thi- Ith day "f '.toiler. 1961
i: B. LEATHER.MAN
. "lei k .! the i "n cull ("uuri
Ml nni. i Mil,- c.....it) Florida
tseall KM l.VMA.N
I'.-p'.ny CI, rk
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Friday. October 11. 1963
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Heller Wins President's Leadership
Award Given Annually by CJA Here
Daniel Neal Heller. Miami at- Astoria Hotel in New York. In
toraey and member of the Great-
tr Miami Jewish Federation Board
of Governors, has been selected
to receive the President's Leader-
ship Award, it was announced
Wednesday by Sidney Lefcourt.
president of the Greater Miami
Jew :sh Federation.
Newly elected national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States. Heller
is active in Federation and Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, as well as
in many leading communal or-
ganizations.
Florida State chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal Youoj
Leadership cabinet, the Leader-
ship Award recipient serves as
chairman of the Speaker's Bu-
reau of Federation, and has
served as chairman of the Gen-
eral Solicitation Division of CJA
in 1962.
Heller will receive his award
iiong with President's Leadership
Tinners from other leading cities
hroughout the country' at tn*
32nd annual General Assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds at the Diplo-
mat Hotel on Nov. 6 to 10.
: 1961. Heller was a member
of the United Jewish Appei -
:.r_-i Young Leadership Mission to
Europe and to Israel.
Upon -..- r turn to the states.
Heller was selected by the United
Jewish Appeal to address an an-
nual meeting at the Waldorf
Thumbs Down On
So. Africa Ouster
Continued from Page 1-A
try is "a part of the family of
nations or outside."
Asked about the eriti
Israel made by South Afn-
r Hendnk Verwoerd.
Mr- Sleir said tha: the entire mat
_- ^ serious and tra.:*: Sit-
tion. I am sorry he does not
and our position." she >ta:
ed
"The Jewish people are
eerned whenever a discussion
arises ;- olving discrimination
because of color, race or religion.
We cannot jus) sil back and ac-
cept apartheid."
addition to being Southern Re-
gional chairman of the Young
Leadership Campaign Cabinet, he
has traveled throughout the south
and southwest, speaking on behalf
of the United Jewish Anneal at
important campaign meetings and
conferences
A 32nd degree Mason and Shnn-
er. and past president of the
Harvard Law School Association
of Florida. Heller is married to
the former Diane Star, an area
chairman for the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Young Matron's Di-
vision He is proident pro-tern
of the Men > Group of ORT. The
Hellers live on Normandy Isle and
have three children. Mona. Lisa
and Douglas
Britain's Nazi Parly Leader
Weds Fashion Czar's Niece
DANIU MtAl HtUH
LONDON (JTA) Egg and
rotten apples were showered Sun-
day on Colin Jordan, leader of Ihe
British National Socialist move-j
ment. and Franchise Dior, when
they enu-rge i from the Coventry
.Register Office as man ard Wife.
More than i "oo persons, includ-
ing members of anti-FascisI move-
ments sseml I'd near the otlice
to boo the newlyweds and '" wli
.them with eggs, apples and lumps
' cl turf thrown over the beads of
' -. pclice cordon. Jordan's wife,
riece of the late fashion design-
ei Christian Dior, called herself
a perfect Nazi." Monday, she
?nd her husband took part in a
second marriage ceremony at the
li uarters of the British Na-
tional Socialist movement, ob-
serving the "o'd Nordic custom '
ol cutting their fingers and let-
tin their blood mingle.
The Bride's aunt. Miss Catherine
Dior said: "The good name of my
brother, ("hn-tian Dior, musi n i|
sed to feature the scandal with
Ihe risk of tarnishing a name
.rne with honor and patriotism
bv the members of my family '
She signed her statement "Cath-
erine Dior, Medal of the Rom-i-
arice, Croix cle Guerre, deportee
at Ravensbruck Ravcn.-bnuk
uas > Nazi concentration camp.
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Section B
Film to Assist Women's Project
First fund-raising affair by Worn jected JFCS treatment home for "Murder at the Gallop."
pn'S Committee for Jewish Family inolionally-disturbed bovs will be1
ml Children'! Service tor the pro he southern premiere showing of
The film, from an Agatha Chris-
, tie mystery comedy, stars Marg-
'aret Rutherford, seen also in "The
VIP's." and will open on Tuesday,
Oct. 22, at Wometco's Parkway
Art Theatre.
All tickets to the JFCS gala pre-
miere of "Murder at the Gallop"
are by donation, with Mrs. Eugene
R. Katz in charge of reservations.
A private and voluntary social
agency. Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service has worked exten-
sively in areas of child care, senior
citizen and family counseling, and
has" as its latest project the treat-
ment home geared to emotionally-
disturbed boys. JFCS is a Greater
Ma mi Jewish Federation and Uni-
ted Fund agency.
President of the Women's Com-
mittee of JFCS bj Mrs. Lawrence
Kline.
Mrs. Lawrence Kline, president of the Women's Committee oi
Jewish Family and Children's Service, discusses plans for the
premiere showing of "Murder at the Gallop" with Mrs. Eugene
R. Katz, ticket reservation chairman. The film, from an Agatha
Christie mystery comedy, stars Margaret Rutherford. Pro-
ceeds from the Oct. 22 premiere at the Parkway Theater will
help suport the JFCS treatment home for emotionally-dis-
turbed boys.
cr.
Chatting about the forthcoming Temple Beth Sholom-Israel
Dinner of Tribute to honor Sidney D. Ansin are (from left) Mrs.
Louis F. Snetman and Mrs. James M. Albert. Mrs. Snetman
hosted a breakfast for members of the Women's Committee
for the dinner, which will take place Sunday evening at the
Doral Beach Hotel. Coming to Miami as guest speaker at
he dinner and to present the Redemption Year Award to
Ansin will be Israeli Ambassador Katriel Kaetz. (See story,
?uge 8-A.)
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by ISABEL GROVE
\' v lengthy title for Miami
utomej Harry Zukerniek re-
nal vice president of the U.S.
National Group of the Associa-
'ion of Attenders and Alumni of
1 Hague Academy of Interna-
tional Law Was so dubbed
Ahile attending the Hague Acad-
iv of International Law for
1 vir of the eight weeks he and
fe Sue spent in Europe .
S cond longest stay was in Lan-
* ii. where Harry, acting as
or Mel Richard's proxy, pre-
B Key to Miami Beach
to the Lord Mayor of London
Most touching recollection
li couple brought back was a
i reading "Jewish New Year,
5724, the Christians of Aldgate
w- h their Jewish friends a very
Happy New Year" on the Botolth
Church in Aldgate, adjacent to
lr< Jewish area in London .
T!' | ripatetic couple also man-
a."cd 10 shows and four con-
including the Moscow
1 Iharmonfe, one with Vladimir
A-likinazi. world-renowned pian-
- a 'ihrr with David Oisrakh.
nist.
a
Vn (ightday stay in Mexico
> for Rosalind and Leonard
albert, of North Bay Island, be-
fore returning by way of New
Orleans on the 25th While
m the glamorous Louisiana city,
they'll May at the Royal Or-
leans Hotel, and Leonard will at-
tend the annual Jewish Funeral
Directors convention There
will also be time for sightseeing
and a tour of the many attrac-
tions of the Delta area before
returning to South Florida
around the middle of Novem-
ber .
A look at our newest, and cold-
est state, for the Edward Reich-
ners, of Bay Harbor Have
just returned from a three-
month vacation, which included
the West Coast and then Alaska
and the Yukon When she
has thawed out sufficiently, Mrs.
R. will return to her ORT and
Hada^sah activities for the sea-
son.
a
Happy New Year greeting from
Nola and Leo Eisenstein as they
were preparing to celebrate the
holiday at a synagogue in Hong
Kong Next stop on their
'round-the-world jaunt is Bang-
kok.
t a
Visitors from New York City
for the Bar Mitzvah last week
of Evan Kraus Included relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Fen-
ton, Mrs. Gussie Moser and a
cousin, Goldye Sofransky. who
Continued on P/je 4-B
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Mrs. Carl Weinkle to be First Recipient
Of Eleanor Roosevelt Humitarian Award
Mrs. Carl Weinkle will be the
first recipient of the Israel-Eleanor
Roosevelt Humanitarian Award,
according to Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyert, chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Women's Di-
vision.
The award will be presented to
Mrs Weinkle at the Israel-Eleanor
Kousevelt Humanitarian Award
Luncheon on Friday. Nov. 1, at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Chair-
man of the luncheon is Mrs. Sam
Blank.
Mrs. Meyers said that Mrs.
Weinkle will be the first woman
in the nation to receive the award
"in recognition of her service to
Israel in the first 15 years of state-
hoodservice which in its degree
and amplitude reflects the human-
..arian warmth symbolizing the
spirit of the late Eleanor Roose-
velt."
Announcement of the award
was made at a breakfast given
by Mrs. Blank on Wednesday j
morning in the Starlight Roof ofl
the Doral Beach Hotel. Guests,
; t the breakfast were members
oi the Committee of Hosts for the ;
Israel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humani-'
tarian Award Luncheon.
A >peci. guest at the breakfast
was Miss Marilyn Cantor, (laugh-1
1ir of Eddie Cantor. Miss Cantor
has iust returned trom her most
recent tour through Israel as per-
sonal emissary of her celebrated
lather.
At the breakfast, it was an-
nounced that the following would
verve as patrons for the Israel-
Eleanor Roosevelt luncheon: Mes-
dames Elise A. Adams, James M.
Albert, Sidney D. Ansin, Joseph
Miami BB
Women Plan
PMember Fete
'Body and Soul" is the theme
i: the paid-up membership party
-ponsored by the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of Miami on;
hursday evening. Oct. 17. at 8
i' in.. in the Turf Room of Tropi-
cal Park.
A program of music, drama and
romedy will be presented by the
ine chapters belonging to the'
Uiami Council, and reireshments
, ill be served.
Paid-up members of the follow-
. chapters will be guests: Anne
Frank, Coral Gables. Eleanor
isevelt, Emma Lazarus, Fla-
mingo, Cilbert J. Balkin, Miami.
Shalom and West Miami.
All new members will be
initiated by Mrs. Alfred Reich.
immediate past president of Dis-
rict 5. B'nai B'rith Women
|}'resentation of awards will be
nnade by Mrs. Gerald Soltz. also
. pa*t president of District 5.
Mrs. David Sachs is president
of the Miami Council. Coordmat-
mg chairman of the affair is Mrs.
David Sherper, and Mrs. Mike
I orer iv the program coordinator
;nd director.
L Arkin. Jack Arvey. Ben Blum,
Jack A. Cantor, Jack Carner. Sam
F. Danels, Max Deakter, A. C.
Fine, Ben Frankenstein, Samuel
Friedland, Mac Cache, Samuel
Golub, Louis Grossman.
Also Chuck Hall, A. J. Harris,
Isadore Hecht, Benjamin Kane,
Howard Kane. Jack Katzman,
Samuel Kipnis, Jay I. Kislak. Inez
Krensky, Chester W. Krone, Jos-
eph M. Lipton. Sam Luby. Alex
Manson, Anna Brenner Meyers,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, A. J.
Moiasky, Stanley G. Myers, Max
Orovitz. Sam Pollock, Jack S.
Popick. Maurice Revitz. Jacob
Pifkin, Leonard Rosen, Philip Ros-
enberg, Sam H. Rost, Seymour
Rubin, Louis Rudnik, Dan B. Rus-
kin, Samuel T. Sapiro, Samuel L.
Seltzer, Jacob Sher, Seymour Sil-
vcrman, Harry Sirkin. Louis F.
Snetman. Fred Somcrstein. Nat
Waldman. Max Weitz. and Leon-
ard A. Wien.
'Welcome Home1
Zamora Dinner
Anuu-l "WelcODie 1 Ionic" dl '
ner of Temple Zamora Sisterho< I
will be held on Sunday. Oct. 20,
with a cocktail hour at 6 p.m.,
preceding the dinner.
Entertainment will be offer- 1
by the Temple choir under tl 9
direction of Harold Tokaver, wi t
selections of folk music, Israel
songs and Horas.
Chairing the evening is Mrs
Abraham Kusnick. with Mrs. Is-
rael Kussncr in charge of rcserv
tions.
On the occasion of her last visit to Miami, the late beloved
Eleanor Roosevelt met with Mrs. Carl Weinkle (right) and Mrs.
Sam Blank (center) at a private reception preceding a Bonds
for Israel luncheon. Mrs. Weinkkle will be the first recipient
of the Israel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award. Mrs.
Blank will be chairman of the luncheon at which the award is
to be presented.
Gershwin Lodge Meeting
A special meeting of the Ladi.
Auxiliary. George Gershwin Lod^-.
will be held on Monday evening iit
Hibiscus Temple. Main order business will be a report on tl ;
I annual paid-up membership lunc-
eon planned by the group for Sar-
[urtlay, Oct. 26, at the Bel Airc 11
I tel. Mrs. Harry Eilen, membc
I ship vice president, is chairing tl J
I event. ,
)>
Women's Board
Plans Meeting
Board of Directors of Hebrew-
Academy Women will meet Wed-
nesday in the Board Room of the
Academy.
The meeting, which is called
"r l p.m., will be conducted by
Nir. Leonard Rosen, president of
the yroup.
Revision of the constitution
will be presented. All board
members are requested to bring
Lfts which will be put into the
rreasure Chest and presented to
vinners of a contest Oct. 23
Anne Frank Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women, Anne
'rank Chapter, will hold a regu
i meeting on Tuesday noon at
'''" Park Lane Cafeteria, 2155
Coral Way A speaker from the
Mental Health Society will discuss
'he society's services to the com-
munitv.
EAT AT
ZOOLCH'S,
where the waiters
are awful!
I wonder where the Zoolch people gel
ilieir waiter*. They must recruit then from
the Oxford Debating Society. Never have I
mil an) body of men ><> anxious to dispute
a decision. Just give a Zoolch waiter your
order and von are in for a major discussion.
The most argumentative of the Zoolch
stall" is Max. A few days ago I ate lunch at
Max's counter ami ordered chopped >teak.
'.'You had chopped steak last week, .-aid
Max. "Try something else.
'"J know,'' I replied. I had chopped
steak last week. It was very good. Ami I
want it again.11
"Everything we serve is good/ boasted
Max. "Why order the same tiling all the
lime? We're not specialists. We have call I
li\ er and onions today. 1*11 bring you sonic."
"No you won't," I almost shouted, "'I
don't like call's liver.''
""ft hat's not to like about calf's liver?"
asked Max. "You have a mere childish
prejudice and you're carrying it into adult
life Try calf's liver."
By DOW my dander was up aud I gave
forth.
"Next week, Max, I will visit a psy-
chiatrist and try to rid myself of liver
phobia. But todayin fact, right now 1
want chopped steak. Medium."
"Medium no less," spoke Max, more in
sorrow than scorn. "O.K.. Mister. It's your
stomach. In this establishment we don't
argue. The customer is always right, even
if he's -"
I lost the last few words as Max turned
and went through the swinging doors. 1 am
sure that the muffled comment was not a
compliment. 1 asked myself why do I have
to put up with this? Am I really fascinated
by Max's outrageous line? And why do I
continue to eat lunch at Zoolch's Restau-
rant? \\ by is there always a line of people
waiting for a seal?
The answer is plain. Wonderful food!
Every dish that Zoolch's serves is tops
not just once or twice but always.
Mamma Zoolch is in charge of the kitchen
ami she does the buying. (Papa Zoolch is in
charge of the so-called "personnel"' and he
takes the cash. Actually he is more inter-
ested in discussing world affairs with the
customers.)
\ friend of mine in the wholesale fruit
and vegetable business tells me that when
Mamma Zoolch comes in to buy, she drives
everyone mad. (Her first name is Fanny;
they all call her Fussy Fanny.) She exam-
ines every item she orders as if she were
seeking diamonds for a monarch's crown.
No wonder Mamma Zoolch's meals are 60
'ood! Quality seems to be a passion with her!
Come to think of it, in all the years I
have been eating at Zoolch's, I have never
Been any ketchup on the tables but Hein*. I
once mentioned this fact to Mamma Zoolch.'
"What did you expect?"', she said, "If
you eat at The Concord, whose ketchup do
you see on the table? Heinz. If you eat at
the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach, whose
ketchup is served there? Only Heinz. If
Heine Ketchup is served in all the best
hotels and the best restaurants of the world,
why should Zoolch's be different? To save
a few pennies? No. sir! Never! We may not
be as fancy as all those places, but we're
just as fussy".
\\ dl -poken, Fussy Fanny! I like your
formula for success. 1 shall continue to eat
at Zoolch's. And maybe some day, Max w ill
greet me as I sit at his counter and say:
"Good day, sir. May 1 be of service to
you, sir?"'
1 can dream. Can't 1?


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ORT Delegation Off to Biennial
1 very r
.,-. 13 ceo. nmcnti
. I. I Has
fr-,m ..
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d and
,tive young men ,nd WOm

P.-esliients left to rich: -*"hc wiii attend the Herrion. Mrs. Loo Jccofcsor.. Miami 9*=-h ^-
OP.T brer-ic! an Mr. S'eve Hutl Southwest wmoon. Mrs. Moms Greer_r>eT3 ^r-rrscl.:;
QkOptar *-':s. EX-.e". Sodcv/sW. Bessux^e. a=d Park: Mrs. Fare tGcasr.er. Owe! Gobies: Mrs.
Proies^cna. Grout Ms Her.netfr Bosotin. Ber.amin WBshrr.< :jctvm Mrs. Jcsecr.
G.-ecte; M:o.t. Mb*. S :...e Phillips. Bo-.- Swimmer. Holhrwood; Mrs. Mcrtr._Gr-3My.-~.
Mrs. Sevrr.our Goxistetr. torn'.-. Miami. Seat- North M'cto;. Not snewn is Mrs
^- .^:- Ic r.-.r ire Mm. Her.:v G berl North li.-r.de: s Chaste:
Dads Mrs. Lasbj Baron rres~en- Sc-jt.?-s*
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M-- Joseph WiiV.c-. delegation
week "f* ,nc
KT :n !.rae! "a miracle
ORT fi b"el
Central Beach
PTA Panel Show
If you like
KREPLACH
= p:==.-er.
Miami Hadassah Groups Eye Expanding
Membership as Principal Goal Locally
: He-ia-sah cen- r"iotmJs ?:?eion of Hr";--ah Gi
- -.ewbeT'h*p ; resident is Mr- '.' loth
campaign during October with
I 1
rstone
A panel 9
Mrs E',- 1 the
ill be pre*
Miss '.. ;->
T.r.h Grew* ess" meet at lb* a-
u I Pyibaa I Mrs
llaster SI for I nch at nose. Pro- ben Levin. patents I
.ram \'.11 lBctu '-- a B>iM Win n Program c.-.3.r:r.<-r.. Mr* !'".
Youth Aivah. And Still Tr. ? Kan.-, r and Mrs Dave May. will
each of the tea groups Hathtrr.^ the Menarali Graup ill honor ill -me. follower a ir.jsieal pro Mi Dm roy D.
vaj to Hadasssr. soars for in- paid-up members and new rr.em- -ram b;. Mrs. Barbara CeSSSr and PltutCig. prir. ..! present
created membership. Throughout ber with a gSsktafl parry ;2-3 Me* M.< ii MssSftz Mrs Sid-'the- entire- facttfty of th.
Greater Miami. 1.800 Hadassah pm.. at Hillei House. 1100 Miller n-.;. Laager if president. A >ocial ho-r the
women will welcome all new mem- Rd. Program w'll be a Youth All- meeting during el ch parents and
hers at the following Monday. Oct. ..ah film. Its Good to be Alive" Chaim Weiimann Group a 0 teachers will meet inforn
14 meetings: Mrs. Samuel Steinberg is presi- u.ld a membership brunch on Sun- ---------------------
dent. ap noon at the home of Mi** 0r_ rVPffcOr) in Talk
Aviva Group will meet at the Hazel Markow. 914 Country Club
h 12600 SW TTW A*e. at 10 a.m. ar.nual paM-up rrK-rrrberhip hineh- |bt. "Beth and Macbeth. Regwar r7w.-i"n-" will be the topic of a
Guest speaker will be Hrv. Brf- on at noon at Beth DavM Con mee-Omg will be Monday. 3 p.r. leel by Dr AhrahMn W
ward T Graham, pastor of Mt gregation. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.. and at the Miami Pioneer Club, 2-> next ing. 10:30
Church, and paat present its own Huntley-Bnnkle-v \\v No. River Dr. President of befon Spinou Forum
urty NAACP. team. "Around the World," ith the group u Miss Ec;.'.he Bern
rman is group prcs- Mrs. Joel Betov and Mrs. Abraham stein.
ideal. L- .itan. and a mem^r-hip skit
, President is Mrs Lx>uis AtexandBr
Chai Group .\il! meet at Beth
Torah NK 11th Ave Naomi Group will meet at the
and 163rd ^ al 8:30 p.m.. and Tastee Inn. 7500 SW 3th St.. 8:30
I n Show of P-n. Guest speaker will be Capt K!nneret chapter of Sfizra
Projecl Mn Maurice Simmoa "" ^rdner. of El Al Airline*
is president. will present a film Tra inesdav Oc
rCavToli
IN SAUC*
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CHEF BOY-AR-DEB
CHEESE RAVIOLI
for Adult 1 ling 11
in
Kenneret Chapter
Member Social
in Israel." Mrs Arthur Gl
Albert Eirsein Group will hold !S president
an annual raid-up membership
lunch t the Unified Tikvah Group meet Sunday
Bldg.. 230i NE 171st St Guest noon at th j Inn. So Dixie
- Natalie r>l- Hwy, Gw dfl be Mrs.
vice pineafcl, Samuel Z. Sak;
the home of
1701 SW 85th

Hear temir/. fuests, cheer for
that real Itaban ftavor created by %~J
lamed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender
Bttle macaroni pies... filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
anth savory tomato sauce and
cheese... seasoned the reel Kal-
ian way. So much tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocost* only
bout 15c par aorviatJ
t^oeialite eu ^Jsacel \~ji
Confirmed from Page 1-B
convei i at the Deau-
Mr. and Mr-
reception
>-r .
lion to the
I :r. Bay
Hei '
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The couple have three
rove
ird, Richard and Kevin.
Then
Back to Mizrachi. with an orig-
inal r
v. M.>- Esta Karpell. I
n.l
rved.
Membership 'ice president and
chairman of the affair is Mrs
Reee Schwartz. U Beta Karpell
15 co-cha:rman. Committee
ts Mrs. .
Green, Ruth Hirsch. and Riggii
Hope the Eugene Fleischer Levenson Mrs Alfred Stone
family has forgiven the Hum- ci-ordlna Mizrachi Ch..
car.es for that first disappoint- ^Grea"
FSU The outing
hat night planned for the re-
turn Arthur and
Phyllis who hi the sum-
mer in Connecticut was a dud
With the -. .-; r Pur-
queezed out la-- week, may-
he future will be- brighter
Have Kasha Instead of'potatoes tooMl)
KASH
JT FREE KASHA COOKBOOK I
east New recipes and menu ideaster modem meals
SFRvri and entertainin8 with Kasha. Address request
SERVEI to; Pnylljs wolff^Penrt Yan, New York
MA*,
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ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM
SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE
M Is your protection against hnitatisns-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture and
quality. Look for the word "Switzerland" on the Swiss Cheese you buy...chunk or slked.
ISRAEL
Now you can fly to Israel
with reliable KLM for just *535
(jet economy group fare from New York)
rrijy Don't let the word
*il* group put you off You
dcr.'t have to join any organ-
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new fare Wt will make up
parties of 40 people You
just pick out the most coa-
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a choice of 26-roughly every
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To help you make the most
of your trip, KLM has put
together 26 superft tour? of
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Drop in and see us for
dates, prices, itineraries and
a free 24-page booklet
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines or Your Local Travel Agent
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Beach Hadassah Groups Will Celebrate
Membership Month at Meetings Monday
October has been cjesignatticj by, Israeli Grew*Rctfular luncheon
HatUsMl as "Membership Month." meeting Monday noon at the Al
and must Miami Beach groups tiers Hotel The group will eele
will dedicate their meetings tc brate its Uas MiUvah year an<;
honcr members. Slalcu.dc Octo also install ouicci*. Guest speak-
'cr th.me is "Hadassah Adds a
Spark to Your Life." The tallow
U>g groups of Hadassah on Miami
Beach have slated meetings foi
Monday. Oct. 14.
Speaker will be Mrs. Tillie L.
Schwartz. President is Mrs. Jos-
ph Rosenberg.
*
Henrietta Szsld GroupRegular
meeting Monday, 12:30 p.m., at
ihe Algiers Hotel. Guest speaker
will be Dr. Zev Kogan. Musical
Ograro \- ill feature i-uloist, Hat-
tie Wagner. President is Mrs.
derm an Keller.
Bay HarborMonday. 11:30 am..
'uxebeou meetiig at the Singa
Hire llulel. Following the meet
>r will be Habiu l.con Kronish, of
female Beth Sholom. Musical # ~
I rogram will feature suloist Joyce Gsrstein IS Speaker
FaSer, with Sally Glass at the
liano. President is Mrs. Esther
Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cooper examine medical equipment they
donated to Beilinson Hospital in Petach Tikvoh, Israel. The
lliarr.i Beach couple are just back from a trip to the Holy
I
Emma Lazarus GroupLunch
con meeting Monday. 11:30 a.m..
..t the Barcelona Hotel for paid
ng, there will be a fashion show, up members ard new members ,
Shifts to Sheaths." Mrs. Carl Mrs. Lee Paul will render musical 167,h St. Gerstem discussed
I'\M)ti, education chairman, will ^elections accompanied bv Bertr "Juvenile Delinquency.- Mrs
onduct a Study group at 10 a.m., Barnett at the piano. Following | Paul Hershman is president of th*
State Attorney Richard Gerstem
/as featured speaker at a meet-
ng of the North Dade Chapter
if Children's Asthma Research
institute Hospital on Tuesday, 8:30
>.m at VVashi, gton Federal Sav-
;l,gs and Loan Association. 089
I nor to
L neeting.
loberts.
the regular luncheon
President is Mrs. Gus
leach Couple Back from Israel
\1 .,nd Mrs Saul Cooper, of Mr. Cooper also had a reunion
Deborah GroupMonday. 11:30
t.m.. membership luncheon meet-
ing at the Caribcan Hotel, paid up
nembers and new members. A
the program, there wffl be cards'-North Dade Chapter.
and other games. Mrs. Jack Mill-1 ---------------------
er, membership vice president, is | f jfereffl Israel Sliterhood
chairman of the day. President
is Mrs. Norman Meyers.
a a
Southsate GroupRegular meet
ing Monday. Oct. 21, 7:30 p.m., in
seen in 50 years.
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kliami Beach, have just returned itn nis si6U.r whpm ne had not
[ron .. visit to Israel, where they
Ireri guests <>t Histadrut and
iupat ilolim.
Ml and Mrs. Cooper visited
bari Histadrut institutions, in-
HiKi.ru Kupat Holim, vocational
Irair .11. schools, Botei Avoth, and
,..i: d about their programs.
n ng the Coopers' stay in Is-
rael, they visited the Beilinson
I 1, where they donated sev-
\r:,} : eccs ol medical equipment.
musical skit will be presented. \ the Terrace Room of Southgate
Hadassah's Magic Carpet," fea-j Towers. A musical program, will
uring Deborah members. Presi-jbc presented, as well as Jewish
tent is Mrs. Clarence Freedman. National Fund's film, "Me Ami."
Tifereth I-rael Sisterhood is
starting its fall season of bi-
monthly games parties, the first
to be held on Wednesday, 8:30
p.m.. in the Social Hall. Hostesses
are Mrs. Sandra Herman, Mrs.
Rose Gold and Mrs. Fanny Burn-
stein.

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latya Mizrachi
leets Tuesday
eenet
meeting of the
*s?
Chapter Of Mizrachi Worn-
ll's Organization of America will
, i Id on Tuesday evening. Oct.
j. at the new 1\ -completed slruc-
re of You:.4 Israel Congrega-
>n. 990 NE 171st St., No. Miami
Beach, I
lor forthcoming installa-
inn of officers will be discussed.
luiouaced Mr.-. Harry Lerncr.
liairrnan.
i' dent elect. Mrs. Alexander
E :tz. .-aid that a special
juel will be Kabbi Sherwin Stau-
er, 0) Young Israel.
\ ocial hour and refreshments
kvill follow, according to Mrs. Al
i ,- idinalor for Flor-
Mizrachi Women's Organi-
zati, n of America.
T Director Will
Attend Confab
Schwartz, director
i hildhood Develop-
''' i and 1 ly Education pro-1
for V\I and YWHA of,
-" Sk !! \;. has been invited I
: irtii i| the joint hoard
mmi meltings of the!
American Orthopsychiatric Asso-
in New York City from
Ocl 16 through 19.
A fellow oi the Association.
1 Schv serves on the
Executive c unmittee of this na-
tional bod>. which brings together
professionals working in the var-
ious mental health disciplines.1
She also serves on the Committee
on Minorite Group Problems,
Which will be preparing a pro-
gram (or the national conference
"' the Association in Chicago in
'he late spring of 1964.
! .-
Mrs. looker
To be Speaker
Annual membership bruncheon
' the Greater Miami Chapter of
W American Medical Center at
Dvr will i,e held Sunday noon
o !,h" Wash.;:,,011 Avenue Federal
wilding.
Pictures will be shown of the
' W "f patients and hospital
MjraPaseo.
Mrs. George Tooker will speak
2 "'*'hat This Hospital Means to
'' I'ublic." and Mrs. Joseph Holo-
f. case chairman, will discuss
^chapter's local work at Jack-
""iJemor..,. Hospital,
*.
GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY. BREAKSTONE'S
(just as they always have}
Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods!
For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, c/eamy richness
of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another
-always serve Breakstone's.
good dairy to^you from


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WIMAN OF THE WEEK
Caryl I'nser had throe .imbitions. according to the high scnooi
\. ar book that she has kept". She wanted to go to college, get married.
and have tour children. She las achieved all three. She went to Syra-j
CUM to study home economicsher husband insists she doesn't econ-j
omtn at home. A case of measles kept her from graduating with:
ber clas>. so after she was married she attended NYl" and graduated.
Iron there. She had known Harold Unger ever since they were eight j
years old. before the many years of study that
put the magic Dr. before his name. When j
he asked her to go to his fraternity dance.
thfl deliberated a long time before she decid- j
ed to go. She's been glad ever since.
After going together two years, they were
married. First one home from school start-
ed dinner. From New York, by train, both
of them rode to Washington so Harold could
enlist in the Air Force. They were stationed
at Stewart Air Force Base. As a child in
Baltimore. Caryl liked to play at being doc-
tor. Since Harold was short-handed in the
operating room, and since Caryl had taken
so many science courses, he was granted per-
nusMon to train his wife, and she worked with
him in the hospital. She was an excellent
assistant, just as she had been proficient in
runtime her father > hotel dining roomthe
':, >yal Palmand just as she had been excellent at purchasing for the
c; letena in C irnell.
When the was was over, the Ungers returned to Miami Beach.
- completed her third ambition: Wendy. Steve. Artie and Nancy.
1 aryl became immersed in Brownie and FT A She used to good ad-
vantage the arts her father-in-law, Dr. Jonas I'tiger, had taught her.
?%ill with her hands, and flower arrangements. Since 1956. Caryl has
1 .en chairman of patients hospitality for lit. Sinai Hospital Women's
Auxiliary, which means tray favors for every holiday, about nine-thou-
.-. :id little 'do-dads that have to be glued together every year Not
l week passes without Caryl being called by some group needing
unterpieces or decorations. She also has been active in the-Young
atrons oi Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Home life Of the lingers IS unusual and intriguing. Caryl herself
v en! to Miami Beach Hich School. Imagine her surprise and chagrin
she attended a football game with Wendy to find out that not
only the colors but the band unilorms. as well as the Alma Mater, had
been cha.iged. At the Ungers there is a family or project room.
c of their hobbies is package wrapping. They all like archery
Caryl won the Florida State Junior Women's Archery Championship.
S looting too. is one of their activities. They also spend time on their
b tat, which has a fancy name for an oily fishing boat with no reverse
"Out Yacht." Major problem of the day is the supervision of home
\ >rk The Ungers have a theory on the raising of their youngsters.
Thej don't want them to grow up thinking everything must come their
\ ay automatically. They all have their own special duties and know
r m to do everything in the house. Last week, five-year-old Nancy
..rned how to iron. The napkins may have been a little crooked, but
<> will be getting straishter. Caryl is a firm believer in heredity
.- Hi environment. Each child is different, but each child is part and
1 i of the Vnaer family spilling out love.
# H
DiO YOU KNOW?
Ann Upton wore a pearl beaded gown when she and her husband.
1 greeted their dinner guests at the Carillon Hotel. The pearls
1 ere in honor of the Upton's thirtieth anniversary. Among guests
ere Dr and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mr. and Mrs Marshall Harris,'
the Ronald Liptons. the Samuel Liptons. and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mor-
lt was a gay evening, with good food, good company, and a
t -oci show

A GOOD EXCUSE
Ruth .Mrs Harold' Drucker had the best excuse in the world for
issir.g her class in Public Relat.on> at Dade County Junior College.
Tie night before had been a big one. The Druckers had had a party in
) >nor of their daughter. Donna Susan, whose engagement to Gary' P.
elstein has just been announced. It was at the Monaco Motel, and
ISO guests danced, drank, ate and made merry. Among guests were
Irene and Irving Fell. Marian and Richard fouby. Rabbi and Mrs.
Leon Kronish Belle and Mannie Goldstrich. Mitzi and Jack Weiss.
Alice and Nat Furman. Mr. anj Mrs. Ira Goodman. Mr. and Mrs Har-
d Dudoff. Mr. and Mrs. Mortie Fay. Dr. and Mrs Emanuel Schon.
r and Mrs. Jack Pector. Mayor and Mrs. Melvin Richard. Com mis -
I >ner Alex Gordon and his Sally, and Mr and Mrs Sam Hirsch.

THE VERY LATEST IN KNITTING
I never would have believed it but my friend Marion Houle from
mta Gorda sent me a present, a knitted nose warmer. It's a band
I ith a little dent in the middle and is tied in the back with knitted
rings. She's been making them like mad for people up North. I'm
- >mg to send It to our children in Kansas City and let them take turns
earing it. Barbara's cute little no*? would fit in fine but I'm a little
d bkms about Jere's.
*
SHE'S A DARLING
Claire and Arthur Rosichar. have met their son Richard's fiancee.
S ie's Ellen Sabina Belmont. of Syracuse, and is as lovely-looking as
- le is charming In the two days that Ellen spent here. Claire and
Art discovered that Richard had found just the right girl to be the
< aughter they have always wanted. Ellen went back to Buffalo where
sne is teaching. Richard followed several days later in time to register
at the university, where he will go U school. The next time that the
Kosichans see Dick and Ellen will be just before the wedding in late
N >\ ember.
Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary Will Hold
First Fall Meeting of Season Tuesday
First open meeting and a "Pc- Leschel. and Mr. HEwrlaiBtatJ.*
tite Luncheon" will inaugurate to be presented. W*
he fall season activities of Cedars volunteer service. Permed by,
0 Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary on ...e-Auxiliary, including ope at on
Tuesdav. 11:30 a.m.. at King's of the Lobby Shop, the in-service
Bav Yacht and Country Club. programs for patients, and heir
President Mrs Ted Lotterman, role In raising funds for conMruc-
has named Mrs. Doran Zinner as tion of additional facilities,
chairman of the day.
Speakers will be Harry L. Lew-
is, hospital president, and San-
ford K. Bronstein. administrator,
each talking on the topic, "Ced-
ars' New Role in a Growing Com-
munity."
An original skit featuring Mrs.
Benjamin Oren. Mrs. Herschel
Menorah Ladies
To Open Season
Opening meeting of Temple
Menorah Sisterhood will take
place next Wednesday evening. 8
p.m.. in the Social Hall.
Mrs Herbert Kaplan, program
vice president, will present an
original skit "Opening Night."
written by Mrs. Mort Robbins.
Members of Sisterhood featured
in the cast will be Mrs Al Mecli
lowitz. Mrs. Joseph Feldninn.
Mrs. Leo Sonnenblick. Mrs. Her-
bert Kaplan, Mrs. Norman Har-
row, and Mrs Margaret Blistein.
with Selma Glass at the piano.
Mrs. Sam Belsky is Sisterhood
president
Social Club
Anniversary Set
Miami Friendly Social Club will
celebrate its third anniversary
with a dinner at Beth El Congre-
gation on Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
Music for dancing and enter
ttinment will be by Morris Staff.
In charge of reservations arc Dave
Cashman and Jacob Braff.
Mrs. Jacob Braff is chairman ofj
the Refreshments Committee As-
sisting are Mrs. Isidore Silver,;
Mrs. Anna Cortez. Mrs. Minnie;
Stiglitz, Mrs. Lena Rovner, Mrs. j
Ann Weiss, Mrs. Sophia Aronson.;
Max Blink, Yale Shulman and
Louis Rovner.
Max Garshag is president
Miami Friendly Social Club.
"Prospective members who arc!
interested in a gratifying volun-
teer job in Miami's newest, most 1
progressive hospital, are invited
to be our guests at this kick-off
affair," said Mrs. Lotterman
Membership Committee appoint-j
ed by the president to accept ap-
plications includes Mrs Bernard
Yesner, Mrs. Louis Lemberg. Mrs.
Arthur Gilbert and Mrs. Byron!
Sparber.
Hostesses for the gala event are
Mesdames Sidney Aronovitz, El-
louis Breslauer. Irene Fink. Her-
schel Leschel. Samuel Sapiro and
Julius Spector. Program chair-
man is Mrs. Fred Witkoff.
Special guests of honor for the
membership luncheon will be the
Lile Guardians and Godmothers
who have contributed substantial-
ly to the support of the hospital
in the past two years.
Reservations Committee includes
Mesdames Nathan Glover. Harry
Norwich. Frank Perlman and Phil-
ip Warshaw.
President Mrs. Lotterman has
announced that the Lobby Shop is
being enlarged to almost three
times its original size to accom
modate the extra gift stock and
handle the greater volume of bus
iness foreseen as a result of add
ing 174 more beds on the upper
three floors. Another new project
under consideration bj the Worn
en's Auxiliary is an expanded
Lending Library.
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Kesslers Reveal
Beverly's Troth
Mr and Mrs. Harry Kesslrr, of
6301 SW 18th St.. annouiH
engagement of their daughter
Beverly Ann. to Larry 1
Sokolow. son of Mr. and Mrs fIs
Sokolow. 5020 Riviera Dr Coral
Gables.
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( oral Gables S'-nior Huh 3
and attended the Universit; ol
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Her fiance is also ,1 gra
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A wedding date has not beet -
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Annual fashion show and lunch-
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Sisterhood is slated for Tuesday.
Oct. 22. 12:30 p.m.. at the Fon-
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Modeled by Sisterhood members,
fashions will be by Parsons of
Coral Way. with furs from Adrian
Thai. An additional feature of the
show will be coutourier clothes for
the very young by the Francesca
Sisters.
Chairing the afternoon are Mrs.
Jack Barnes and Mrs. Robert
Kemper.
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Frfday, October 11. 1963
I
Jm/istithx-kliairi
Pioneer Women ta Launch Mew Seasonr
With Address by Council President
Page 7-B
UUESTBROOKE Country Club
" leld a "Roaring Twenties'-
par ; Saturday night complete
witl a speak-easy door, which
waf opened by the password
n Low lights and candles
add) ; to the atmosphere, and
mi of the guests came dress-
ed flappers and dapper dans.
V Herb Markowilz wore a
white shift printed with over-
six) roses in red and hothouse
pii banded around the high
neel :ne and arms in the pink.
The ilapper effect was achiev-
ed In rhinestones entwined in
lit.- hair and literally dozens of
nrc- aces and bracelets.
eige colored flapper dress
i (I with sequins was worn
bj Irs. Hank Selsky, who add-
i d gold headband to her COS-
Mis Phil Weiner's emcr-
I preen silk flapper dress was
nr _.< 1 over the sheath skirt
llir costume accents were large
I..' eyelashes and a long cig-
ar< '.'< holder
ARMEN red silk satin with
^* lack silk Fringes was worn
Irs, Pat Leary. Her black
- had big red bows the same
Of her dress, and the red
.. repeated in her headband.
\ lectric blue flapper cos-
tnmnied with black silk
in: on the skirt was Mrs.
.Mrs. Michael Sands made
her costume of red with black
Her red head band was
ied. and her old-fashioned
1'ir-- had the long string handle, j
7 Sam Alhadiffs celebrated
21st anniversary at the
and she chose a white'
I" :i with white fringes on the
and the old-fashioned nar-
ro\ lur across her shoulders.
Ml Harold Pomerantz also used
r pice.' for trim, accenting
ins-rolled effect. Her cus-
tume was of jewel tone green
in the bodice, and the skirt had
alternating stripes of green and
white in the skirt. She also car-
ried the oversized cigarette
holder.
Mrs. Hewitt Weiss' flapper
dress was in white with blue
polka dots, and had oversized
balloon sleeves. Her hair was
teased into the real wild look of
the twenties and held with a
white headband.
*
|u|RS. Al Muglia selected a
" muted ivory satin flapper
dress with the fringe trim at the
hemline. White crepe with the
belt at the hipline was worn by
Mrs Philip Froug. Mrs. Sunny
Dien made her black satin flap-
per dress and used white fringe
to cover the sheath skirt. Her
white headband was sequin-cov-
ered and she wore the long
false eyelashes.
The Marvin Markowitzes raid-
ed their parents' trunks and
came up with some unusual cos-
tumes. Hers was made of an
old black silk slip to which she
added beige fringe. From an
old pair of curtains was fash-
ioned a beige stole; while her
black headband sported a big
black feather and a diamond
stickpin in the center of her
forehead.
New season ffix. Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women will
start with a reception in honor
of Council president, Mrs. Milton
Green. To be held at the AJgiers
Hotel on Tuesday at 10 a.m., the
affair is being chaired by Mrs.
Anna Seltzer.
One of 20 American and Can-i
adian Pioneer Women asked to at-i
tend a five-week seminar in Is-1
rael, Mrs. Green recently return-
ed from the workshop sponsored!
by the Jewish Agency and Work-
ing Women's Council.
On Tuesday, she will take the
guests at the meeting on an "arm]
chair" tour of the many Pioneer'
Women's installations she visited
while in Israel. Mrs. Jennie Seit-,
lin and Mrs. Miriam Halperin will
give their personal impressions of
Israel,
Also to~l*' heard at,c report* on >
the recent national Pioneer Wom-
en's convention in Detroit at-
tended by delegates, Mesdames
Moses Meyer, Isaac Pushkin, Sar-
ah Shapoff and Anna Sorin Bild.
The Tuesday event will also be
the kick-off for the Dadc County-
wide membership campaign of
the Pioneer Women under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Sally Barr.

On Thursday evening, Oct. 17,
Mrs. Jack Sills, Kadimah presi-
dent, will conduct the group's
regular meeting in the Coliseum
on Douglas Rd.. Coral Gables.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Joseph
Hurwitz, Hebrew instructor, and
in the modern language depart- Hjs subject wi bc ..wh pria|
ment of the University of Miami. | Jewish Learning'
AIRS. MILTON GREEN
Prime Minister Eshkol's Daughter Tours
U.S., Canada for Israel Bond Campaign
Carriage Club Renovated
The Carriage Club. 2.000-mem
ber club at Miami Springs Villas,
has completed a $10,000 facelift-
ing. Art Bruns, co-owner of the
Villas, said that the club, first
opened in 1959, formerly was the
Wings Club. Special nights for
members are on tap several
times per month, and there is
nightly entertainment by the Win
Morgan musical group and the
Tip Toppers.
Now in Coral Gables
We comb the Beach and
Coral Gables too! Two of the
Leading Hair Stylists from our
Lincoln Road Salon, Mr. Bert
and Miss Jauine. have joined
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Mrs. Tama Eshkol Shochat,
daughter of Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol of Israel, this week started
I a tour of a score of communities in
I the United Stales and Canada in
behalf of the Israel Bond drive.
| Mrs. Shochat. who has the title of
community organizer of Israel's
new development town of Arad, is
visiting America for the first time.
In Arad. Mrs. Shochat is respon-
sible for planning communal, cul-
tural and social events for the
town, which was established in the
desert last year with the aid of Is-
rael Bonds. She and her husband
were in the first group of settlers
at Arad. located in the desert west
of the Dead Sea. Arad was founded
B8 a major step in Israel's pro-
gram of opening up new areas fo,
settlement. Her husband. Avra
ham, is a civil engineer engaged
in the planning of the new town's
first permanent housing develop-
ment.
Arad is a pilot project in Israel's
program for the settlement of im-
migrants in unpopulated areas in
the Negev and the Galilee. Arad
started last November with 30
families, and has grown to the
point where there are now more
than 600 residents. By next year,
the number is expected to reach
6.000. and town planners envision
a imputation of 30.000 by 1978.
No stranger to pioneering life.
Tama Shochat. born in 1936. was
brought up in the kibbutz of Dc-
gania After graduation from high
school, she served for two years in
the Israel Army. In the second
year, she was a volunteer in the
kibbutz of Nahal Oz. near the Gaza
Strip, during the period of the
Sinai campaign. After completing
her army service, she took a de-
gree in social work at the Hebrew
University, and served as a social
worker in Acre before going to
Arad.
At 1 p.m., on Thursday. Oct.
17, Coral Gables chapter will hav
a regular meeting at Cookies Res-
taurant on Miracle Mile. with.
Mrs. Samuel Davis presiding. Mrs.
Green will show colored slide*
taken on her recent tour of Is-
rael.
* *
Behe Idelson Chapter "Lunch-
eon by the Sea" on Saturday noon,
Oct. 12, at the Executive House,
is sponsored by Mrs. Ray Weiss-
berg for Child Rescue.
Parents Going
Back to School
Second session of a "Back to
School for Parents' study program
-> i up t>\ Treasure Isle Elemen-
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day at 8:15 p.m. First session was
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((inducted by Dr. A Dermer,
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hour lesson in new arithmetic for
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At the 66th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of
America this summer in Israel is Louis B. Rudnick (standing)
of Coral Gables, national vice president of the ZOA. He is
shown with former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion (seated
left) and Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, of Cleveland, honorary
national president. More than 115 delegates from the ZOA
Southeast Region attended the convention.
Beach BB Women's Chapters in Drive
To Up Membership as Programs Shape
Teper. president, paid-up member-
ship party ou Tuesday. Oct. 29, 8
p.m., at the Bel-Aire Hotel.
Miami Beach Council of B'nai
3'rith Women announces an inten-
se membership drive in con-!
unction with the 120th anniver-|
-ary of international B*nai B"rith.
Mrs. Lester Arkin, president of
'ie Council, this week revealed
KB following chapter activities:
Miami Beach Chapter, Mrs. Sal-
Fisher, president, member-
iring-a-member party at the
Deauville Hotel on Tuesday noon.
e e
North Shore Chapter, Mrs. Betty
Teitelbaum. president, member-
hip tea at the home of Mrs. Irv-'
ng Kleinman, 1467 Marseille Dr..!
Vednesday, Oct. 23. at 1 p.m.

Harmony Chapter, Mrs Sydney
Royal Glades
Home Features
Kosher Crusine
Royal Glades Convalescent Home.
0650 W. Dixie Hwy.. is offering a
-trictly kosher cuisine under the
-upcrvision of Kabhi Max Lip-
thitz. of Beth Torah Congregu-
icii. according to Dr. Akin Stern
dministrators itld, assistant administrator.
The 50 bed center distributes its
facilities into live private, ib semi-
rivate, and three four-bed rooms.
Also available is an arrange-
ment, called the "executive suite."
or couples who do not wish to be
.^parated by illness.
"The decor of rooms." said Dr.
Stern, "has been planned to make
ur residents as comfortable and
heerful as in their own home. All
ooms are spacious and bright, as
KeU as color-coordinated."
Other facilities listed by Dr.
Stern at Royal Glades Convales-
cent Home are a nurses station
rith an unobstructed view down
"he corridors, registered and prac-
ical nurses on 24-hour duty, a
iiapel. and station wagons for
,TBtients' shopping and sightseeing
rips. There is also a shaded fish-
Bg r*a on the premises.
Workmen's Circle
President Will
Be Miami Visitor
New York Attorney. Jacob T.
Zoekwntan, presi: cut Of the Work-
men's Circle, one of the largest
i.-wish fraternal organizations in
he United States, will visit Great-
i Miami on Oct. 19 to 21. to meet
members of the five local Work
men's Circle Branches.
Lecturer ard author of articles
c n problems of family law, Zuck-
cman has been executive director
and chief counsel of Family Loca-
lion Service, a legal aid agency.
-ii.ee 1948.
A former assistant to New
York Cily Commissioner, De-
partment of Welfare, Zucker-
man is president of the Nation-
al Conference of Jewish Com-
munal Service, secretary-treas-
urer of the Citizens Committee
for Family Court of New York,
and vice chairman of the Jew-
ish Labor Committee.
A Liberal Party candidate for
Borough President of Brooklyn in
1961, he serves as chairman of
Family Court Committee of the
New York County Lawyer's Asso-|
ciation, co-chairman of National
Conference of Lawyers and Social,
Workers, and is a council mem-
ber of the Family Law Section of
the American Bar Assn.
On his first evening in Miami |
next Saturday. Oct. 19, Zucker-;
man will be honored by members
ol the local branches at a ban-,
quet. Reservations for the din-
ner to be held at the Balmoral
J/Kuo I. (u......
HlhI Bal Harbour, are being ac-j
cepted by Mrs. S Fcldman and
Murray Gold.
On Sunday morning. Oct. 20,
Branches 1050. 1059 and 1064 will
join Zuckerman at a brunch to
b held at 25 Washington Ave.
That evening, he will address the
membership of Branches 632 and
699 at the Beach Lyceum.
With branches in cities through-
out the United States, the Work-
men's Circle has a membership
role of 67.000. It serves these
members and their families
through fraternal deparlments and
institution* such as medical, so-
cial service, insurance benefits,
funeral benefits, and conducts cul-
tural and educational activities for
adults and Jewish schools for
children.
United Synagogue
Celebration Will
Launch Series
Fifty years of productive exist-
ence by I he United Synagogue of
America wiU be celebrated when
the Southeast Region inaugurates
the liist in its series of evenings
devoted to adult Jewish education
:,n Sunday. Oct. 20, 8 p.m., at
Beth David Congregation. 262."> SW
3rd Ave.
Rabbi Herman Kieval. nationally-
Icripwn author of "The High Holy
Das-.' will sp.-ak on "The Leg-
acj of Solomon S>.hcchterVision
and Fulfillment."
A special ceremony honoring
rabbis and presidents of United
Synagogue congregations will be
held as the adult education pro-
grams in Greater Miami syna-
gogues are launched for the
year.
The general public is cordially
invited and admission is free.
Rabbi Kieval is a graduate of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, serves Temple Israel
of Albany, N.Y., and is an In-
structor in liturgy at the Cantorial
School of the Seminary. His vol-
ume on "Liturgy of Rosh Hashona"
i~ considered a classic, and used
in adult education programs
throughout the country.
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Chii Chapter, Miss Helen Sil-
ventalflL president, member-bring-
a member party on Tuesday. Oct.
"!!, 8 p.m., at Junior's Restaurant,
2947 Collius Ave.
a e
Menorah Chapter, Mrs. Solomon
Moses, president, member-bring-a-
member brunch at the Bel-Aire1
Hotel next Tuesday noon
* *
Hatikvah Chapter, Mrs. Robert
Litt, president, membership'
brunch to follow at a still un-|
specified date the chapter's regu-
lar meeting Tuesday noon, at the
Morton Towers Restaurant.
*
Freedom, youngest chapter of
the Miami Beach Council. Mrs.
Eraanuel Friedman, president,
held a membership party recent-
ly. New members will be greet-
ed at a regular meeting Tuesday.
Opt. 22. 12:30 p.m., at the First
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation, 125th St., No. Miami
Beach.
^ >
Council coordinators of member-
ship are Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal
and Mrs. Ruth Corey. Publicity
chairman is Mrs. Edward Hull-
man.
Florida CPA
Institute Elects
Bernstein Prexy
Miami CPA Barney Bernstein
has been elected president of the
Florida Institute of Certified Pub-
lic Accountants. Bernstein is past
president of Jewish Vocational
Service.
The New York-born, 43-year-old
accountant holds a Bachelor's do-
me* from New York University
and a law degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Bernstein, who is a partner in
the CPA firm of Barney Bern-
stein and Co., of Miami, it a
former vice president and for-
mer treasurer of the Florida In-
stitute, and a past president of
its Dade County Chapter.
He is a member of the Amen-
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of Temple Beth Am. and was for-
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Students Observe Simchas Torah
Final two days of the festival
of Sukkoth and Simchas Torah
are being observed by students
i of the Beth Torah Religious
School at services this week in
I the Youth Room of the school
| building under the direction of
Abraham J. Gittelson, education
| director.
Members of the Student Congre-
1 gation are chanting the holiday
prayers, with the PTA providing
i the Kiddush in the sukkah, fol-
lowing the services, under the
| chairmanship of Mrs. Nat Glazier,
holiday vice president.

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On Simchas Torah eve. the en-
tire school was to participate in
the traditional Hakofos. High-
lighting the evening was to be
the display ot the model Sukkot
made by students, with prizes
awarded by the PTA.
Serving as judges are George
Katzman, chairman of the Board
of Education; Dorothy Kaufman,
PTA president; Sylyia Q lazier.
holiday vice president; and Han
nan Schorr and Doris Heyrrian,
arts and crafts directors of the
Beth Torah Summer Day Camp.
Studio M Play
Being Held Over
"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," the
Broadway musical comedy star-
rii Chat; L 10's TV math irl,
Virj inia B ok< r, is pro\ ing a hit
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lid.. Coral Gables. Director Ruth
Foreman has decide! to hold the
product:.': over through Ocl
< a-starrii g with Miss Booker
arc Miami Opera Guild star Ar-
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Klein, Beryl Taylor. Floyd Reid,
Stanley Simmons and an ali-pro-
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the musical accompaniment
Don Moody.
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EZRA F/NEC01D
Zionists to Honor
Ezra Fineqold
Annual installation of the new
l,v-elected president ;md officers
the Brandeis Zionist District will
take tin' form of a dinner dance;
his year, according to Max Has
kin. vice president of the district.
,,nd chairman of the affair.
Harry C. Caplan, of Miami
Beach, will be installed president
the I.ombardy Hotel on Wcclncs-
i venmg, Oct. 30.
Raskin announced that Ezra
Finegold, outgoing president Of
the district, will be honored at |
the installation. This will be the
first time that the Brandeis Dis- '
trict has bestowed such en hon-
or on one of its members.
Raskin noted that in the six'
years that Finegold served as
presides! of the district, "he-per-
lurmed an outstanding job not!
only in the field of membership,
h.nd-raising. programming, and
cultural aflairs, but also in all
community causes related to Zion-
i.-l endeavor."
Finegold recently returned from
. trip to Israel where he and his
h ife participated in the dedica-
,iiii of the Me Ami project of the
lewish National Fund, in which
i inegold has been active for
ntanj years. He is currently
rhairman of Organizational Cotn-
nuttee of the Greater Miami Jew
National Fund Council, and has
. ,i member of the board of
ouncil for several years.
He has served as president of
pic Menorah and also as pres-
Idi nt of the liiscayne Point Home-
owners Association, of which he
was one of the organisers, and is
currently honorary life president,
lie u also one of the founders of
Temple Ner Tamid. FinegoU has
lived in Miami Beach for several1
V i- and is orginally from Chi-
For many years, he serv-'
ed 01 the Hoard of Governors of!
tlic Southeast Region of the Zion-
isl Organization of America and
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
erati in.
Southeast ZOA
To Attend Confab
Maurice Piisic, ol Nashville.
Tenn., chniwnan, of the 2flrh an-
nual conference of the Southeast
Region of the Zionist Organisa-
tion of America, this week an-
DOUnced the opening of the con-
ference with a special traditional
Shabbal dinner on Knd v evtn-
Oct. 18, at Sherith Israel
S> nagogue.
Culmination will be' at an In-
stallation banquet on Sunday
evening. Oct. 20, when Leon May,
of Nashville, will be installed new
president ol the six state region.
including Florida. Georgia, Ten-
nc-see. Alabama. Mississippi and
South Carolina.
May, who is the son of the
veteran Zionist leader and past
national president of the Zionist
Organization of America, Morti-
mer May, has servei during the
past two years as chairman of
the Board of Governors of the
Southeast Region of the Zionist
Organization of America. Ke is
a vice president of the May Hos-
iery Mills of Nashville. His wife
is the former Mimsie Seiden, of
Miami Beach.
Louis B. Riidniek. of Coral
Gables, a national vice president
of the ZOA. ard Rabbi David Sha-
piro, of Hollywood, new ly elected
chairman of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Southeast Region,
will lead the Greater Miami dele-
gation.
According to Morris Simon, of
Coral Gables, a member of the
National Fxecutive Council of the
ZOA, and arrangements chairman
ot the Greater Miami ZOA dis-
tricts for the conference, a large
local delegation is expected.
J^jcir JACOB COHEN
School to Honor
Philanthropist
Leonard Risen, chairman of the
Board of Directors of the Hebrew
Academy, has been appointed
chairman of the Kith annual din-
ner of the Academy to take place
Sunday evening, Jan. 5, at the
Deauvillc Hotel.
In making the announcement,
Louis Merwitzer. president, said
that the 16th annual dinner will be
tendered in honor of Jacob Cohen,
Miami Beach philanthropist,
known nationally for his contribu-
tions to Jewish education and cul-
ture.
Cohen is an honorary vice pres-
ident of the Academy. He is pres-
ident and founder of the Bialy
stoker Home for the Aged in New-
York, a founder of Flatbiish Jew-
ish Center in Brooklyn, and found-
er of the Dora Cohen Hebrew
High School for Girls in Miami
Beach, the building for which he
endowed.
Talmud Study
At Emanu-EI
Temple Emanu-EI has added a
Hew advanced Talmud study group
to its adult education program,
with the first session scheduled
for Monday, at 3 p m.. in the 17th
St. School Bldg. of the Temple.
Course will be conducted by
Isaiah M. Adler. an educator and
Talmudic authority, who was vot-
ed National Hebrew Teacher of
1%2 by the American Association
for Jewish Education.
Koarer woirsoti
Miamian Wins
Honor at Emory
Miamian Robert Lewis Wolfson,
: medical student .it l-'mory Uni-
versity, has ben awarded a John
Gordon stipe scholarship.
one ot the most distinguished
honors thai Emory University con-
i, rs .m ou standing students, the
scholarship i in "'"cognition of
academic excellence.''
Son ol Mr and .Mrs. Gerald Wolf-
so:.. :JbTil No. Prospect Dr., Rob-
ert was valedictorian of his Miami
High graduating class In li'(2. and
li.,s bcM-n on the Dean's List each
semester since enrolling at Emorv.
Charter Women
Are Honored
The 27 charter members of Dade
Heights Sisterhood were honored
a! the organization's sixth veai
birthday celebration on Monday
evening.
An afternoon planned primarily
for children is being sponsored by
the Sisterhood on Friday. Oct. 18.
1 p.m.. at Dade Heights. Feature
film. 'Francis Joins the Wacs."
and cartoons will be shown. Mrs.
Alex Jaret is in charge of informa-
tion.
Robert Winters
Bar Mitzvah of Robert Franklin
Winters will be celebrated on Sat-
urday morning, Oct. 12. in the
main sanctuary at Beth David Con-
gregation. Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro will officiate.
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Winters,
parents of the celebrant, will hon-
01 him at a Kiddush following the
ceremony.
Robert, an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High,
plays tennis and collects unusual
rocks.
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Richard Abrams
Temple Zion will be the site
ef the Bar Mitzvah of Richard
Abrams during services conduct-
ed by Rabbi AIfre.1 Waxman on
Saturday morning, Oct. 12.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Abrams, the celebrant will be
honored at the Kiddush following
U.c ceremony.
Allen Margolis
Allen Mitchell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Margolis. 5125 SW
<>5th Avc, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Oct. 12, at Temple Judea.
Rabbi Mordccai Podet will of-
ficiate at the ceremony to be fol-
lowed by a Kiddush in the Bar
Mitzvah's honor.
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student at South Miami
1 Junior High, where he plays clar-
inet in the concert band, and
plans to continue his religious
education.
He attended the University of
Miami Music Camp and other in-
terests include sailing, swimming
and chess.
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Michael Schwartz
Dr. Irving Lchrman will offic-
! into at the Bar Mitzvah of Mich-
ael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Schwartz, during services Satur-
day morning, Oct. 12, at Temple
Emanu-EI.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High, and
his outside interests are golf and
fishing.
A reception in honor of the
celebrant will be held at the Deau-
ulle Hotel.
a
Alan Leveton
On Saturday, Oct. 12, morning
services at Temple Ner Tamid
Michael Schwartz Robert Winters
will include the Bar Mitzvah
Alan Leveton, with Rabbi Eugei
Labovitz officiating.
Alan is a student in the Tei
pie's Religious School and
Nautilus Junior High.
Mr. and -Mrs. Edward Leveto
R20 83rd St.. will honor their s< 1
ai a reception following the cei
mony.
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B'noi B'r'rth Social Singles
ll'nai B'rith Social Singles is
sponsoring a Columbus Day night
club party on Saturday. 9 p.m., al
the Casablanca Hotel. The group.
organised seven yean ago. offers
;i variety of programs each month.
Reared to the interests of single
and unattached Jewish adults in
the community from 35 and over.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are i
It a source of very real J
comfort to all.
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Twin sons, Michael Scotl and
Marc Aaron, born Oct. 2 to Leah
and Marvin J. Goldberg*, parents
of 5-y6ar-Old twins Aku and An-
drea. Ceremony naming the
boys will be held on Sunday af-
ternoon at the home ot rflaternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Jer-
iy Cavell. 17!*K> NK 10!h Ave..
No. Miami Beach.
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A bnhy girl, Julie Ann. arriv-
ed Sept. 25 to join brothers
Steven 8. Wayne 4, and Bradley
2, in the home of Joy and How-
ard Trockman, of Kvansville,
Ind. Maternal grandparents arc
Dorothy and Jimmie Kopclwitz,
of 1500 SW 1st Ave.. Miami.
First child, daughter Wendy,
born Aug. 1 to Judy and Rich-
ard -Mills in Connecticut, Mat-
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Mills, of Miami Beach, who has
just returned here alter spend-
ing three months in the north,
first awaiting and then getting
acquainted with her grandchild.
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UM Symphony Plans Stellar Programs;
Violinist Ricci to Launch Season Oct. 20
Fabien Sevitzky and fhe Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra open Greater Miami's
1863-64 season of musical program-
ming next Sunday evening at Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium and Mon-
day evening at Dade County Audi-
torium.
The UM ensemble, sporting rec-
ord-breaking advance season tick-
et sales this year, will inaugurate
its 37th season with the first of
nine pairs of subscription concerts
dedicated to the United Nations.
Featured soloist will be the inter-
nationally-known violinist Rug-
giero Ricci.
Dr. Sevitzky, entering his
fifth year as music director and
conductor of the Symphony Or-
chestra, will conduct the entire
series running through next
May. The soloists, in addition
to Ricci, will include pianists,
Rudolf Firkusny, Van Cliburn,
Byron Janjs, and Gina Bachauer;
violinist, Edith Peinemann; and
tenor of the Metropolitan Opera
Company, Jan Peerce. Two all-
orchestral programs round out
the series.
The season's inaugural concerts
Oct. 20 and 21 will feature .Mr. j
Ricci in a performance of the
Sibelius Concerto for Violin and j
Orchestra. The renowned artist,
with more than 2.000 concert tri-|
umphs behind him. will be making
his fourth appearance with the
UM orchestra. The major orches-
tral work to be heard on this pro-
gram will be the Tchaikovsky
Symphony No. 5. Also included
en the opening night's musical'
fare is the world premiere of Ital-
in composer Renzo Rossellini's'
**Ot L'num Sint" ('That They May-
be One"', a composition commis-;
sioned by Dr. Sevitzky especially
for the dedicatory program cele- j
brating United Nations Week here
Oct. 20 to 26. Beethoven's Leo
nora Overture No. 3 completes
the bill.
Pianist Rudolf Firkusny holds
the soloist spotlight for the sea-
son's second pair of concerts on
Nov. 10 and ii. He will perform
the Dvorak Concerto for Piano and
Orchestra, a first performance for
Miami. Also returning for his
fourth appearance with the UM
orchestra. Firkusny currently is
celebrating his 20th anniversary
tour of the United States. The
Beethoven Symphony No. 3
(Eroica) is the featured orchestral
work on this program.
Metropolitan Opera star Jan
Peerce, a favorite on six conti-
nents, will sing Wagnerian arias
with the orchestra on the series'
third pair of programs, Dec. 8 and
9. The principal orchestral works
on this program will be Wagner's
SVmphony in C Major, and a new
orchestral symphonic poem based
on the Deems Taylor opera "Peter
Ibbetsen," which has not been
heard since it was first presented
r.t the Met 20 years ago. Taylor
will be in Miami especially tor
this performance.
The first of two all-orchestral
programs is scheduled for Jan.
12 and 13. The major work to
be heard will be Berlioz' "Harold
in Italy." Victor Stern, the or-
chestra's first violist, will be the
soloist for this Miami premiere
performance. Another work on
the program, Henry Cowell's
"Concerto for Five Soloists,"
will also feature members drawn
from the orchestral ranks.
Edith Picncmann, the rising
young German violinist, is guest j
soloist for the season's fifth set i
of concerts, Feb. 2 and 3. Her'
vehicle w ill be the Brahms Con-1
certo for Violin and Orchestra.
The talented 25-year-old virtuoso
won praise last year following her
American debut with the Cincin-;
nati Symphony Orchestra under
Max Rudolf and the Pittsburgh
Symphony Orchestra under Wil-1
liam Steinberg. Her repertoire
includes more than 20 concertos
for violin and orchestra. The
Dvorak "New World Symphony"
and a new work by the American
composer Ross Lee Finney com-
plete the program.
Because of the anticipated
heavy demand for tickets ot the
concert featuring Van Cliburn on
Feb. 23 and 24, the Sunday even-;
ing performance has been switch-;
ed to Miami Beach Convention!
Hall, where seating accommoda-
tions for 5.000 have been arrang-
ed. Cliburn, who skyrocketed to
fiime in 1958 when he won the
Tchaikovsky International Piano
Competition at Moscow, will be
making his first appearance with
orchestra in Miami. He will per-
iorm the same work which won
him the coveted award at Mos-
cow, the Tchaikovsky Piano Con-
certo No. l in B-flat minor. Dr.
Sevitzky and the orchestra will
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GINA BACHAUl*
present the Brahms Symphony
No. 2 and the Berlioz "Roman
Carnival Overture" to round out
the program.
On Mar. 15 and 16, Byron
Janis will perform the Proko-
fiev Piano Concerto No. 3. Or-
chestral selections for the series'
seventh pair of concerts include
the Mozart Symphony in G min-
or and the Aaron Copland Ap-
palachian Spring.
The renowned Greek pianist Gina
spotlight Apr. 12 and 13. the eighth
Bachauer will occupy the soloist
1 pair of concerts. A pianist in the
grand style of the 19th century
virtuoso tradition and lavish tech-
nical mastery. Mime. Bachauer
will perform the Brahms Con-
certo No. 2 in B-flat Major for
Piano and Orchestra. The Sibelius
Symphony No. 5 is scheduled as
the major orchestral work.
Concluding the series on May 3
and 4 will be an all-orchestral pro-
gram dedicated to William Shakes-
peare on the 400th anniversary of
his birth.
OL
ituariQs
Bureau Will
Hear Reports
Benjamin Meyers, past presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation, will report on his travels
to North and South Africa at the
general membership meeting of
the Bureau on Monday, 8:15 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the
North Building of Temple Emanu
El, 727 77th St.. Miami Beach.
Meyers will discuss Jewish life
in the little-known areas of the
African colonies. A report on re-
cent developments in education in
Israel will be made by Louis
Sehwartznian, executive director
of the Bureau, who has just re-
turned from six weeks of travel
there.
CAhn, Romp, '.'. of 1526 Pennsylvania
Am., riled Oct. T. Survived bj i"
daughters, .Mr.*. Irving Blasbers; of
Miami i:* ich, :nni Mrs. Cecils
Weiss; three grandchildren Includ-
ing j..i>> Blasbers, of Miami Beach,
and two great-grandchildren. Bits-
i>. r^- .\. u man.
kimmelman. Edward K., of :;"" i:
bay Harbor Dr., Hi..I Oct. :. Rlv-
erside.
silverman. Mi- Mary, :::. ..f M0
Ocean In. Services in Pcnnsauken,
N .1. Gordon.
frantz. Clare. 66, ol IT'.:. Alton rid-
dled I > i. I. Riverside,
altman. .Mrs. Sarah, 74, .>f ::: NEI
imm si. Itlverslda.
Rubin. Abraham, 86, of 3010 SW 16th
si., died Sept. ::. In Chicago
rothstein. Aaron, 67, ..f 2i.tr.
Washington Ct. Services in Brook-
l> ii. Ki\ el sldi
SEIBERT. Mrs. Elisabeth, .".'.. of 136
SB 13th St, Riverside.
dodker. Jean, : >. -i I Island Vve
Services in N*\\ Turk, Riverside.
JOSEPH, |V.i,.,, |; ,;; ,,| 1435 JJer.
Idlan Ave., died Oct. I. Riverside, I
lester. Haul, <:. ol k*43 Garland
Ave., died Oct. 'I. Riverside.
Kaplan. Ramuel, i;n. of 1690 Baj
Dr.. died Oct. .'. Bervio.ee in irnrm- !
Ingdale, X.Y. Riverside.
KRUVANT. Rlva, S3, of 3400 Pcalrl.
Ave., died Oct. ::. Riverside,
RUBIN. Anne K. 7::. ..f 111.'. Wesl
Ave., died Oct. .">. Rlv< ralde.
SANSONE. I., .iiiar.l. 46, of 7313 s\v
61 si si., died Oct. :.. Gordon.
SPIELER, Louis, mi. ,,f ::; th si .
died Oct. 5. Services in New Vork
City, Riverside.
ENGELBERG. Max, .:. of 1451 .....
Dr. s'i r\ i< !- iii R.....i,u n c lordon
RAY. Mrs. l*na. 84. ..I 1504 Michigan
Ave. Nen
glover. Israel, ::. << 653 Col
Ave., died bet, I, Gordon.
plotkin. Harry, 64, ..f 1126 SW Bill
St.. died imi. i. Gordon.
wiener. Joseph, 66, "f l'-.ji ni:
SOSth T. r di. d i let, :;. Riverside.
DROZNER. Ruben, i".:'. of ?>::'". Carlyli
Ave., died Oct. :.. Riverside
farber, Jacob, 96, of 825 Euclid
Ave., died < I. .".. Newman
BARNETT. Mrs. Jennie, 81, ..f TT5
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BOYARKSY. Mrs.
Washington Ave
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V.ILLER. Lewis, 80, of 3940 Cl|ln>
Aye. Services In Boston N'ewm.m
NEWFIELD. .Inlili>. 85, ol I66 Mel
Idian Ave Bel \ i n X.-
Riv< rald< .
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Ave. Rii i raldi.
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NE 163rd St. s.-i vice a
in. Riverside.
eoROw, Samuel, 82, of 653
Ave., di> d i N't. I, B ank.
SCHoeman. Jeronu i
Bay Rd., died s. pt.
SCHWERTOK, Flo l
".Hi Si.. died pt. 38.
TOROK, Tessle, ''". of .;: -ridlnn
Avi .. died Sept. 38, R versld
wekony, Balasas, 77. of i NW
2nd Ave. Riverside,
BRANTMAN. Mis. Bessie, i>l
mii Bo. Venetian Dr die s. pi
38. Riverside.
KING. Vellle C., 84, of SS4 I
St., dii 'i s.pt. 38, V..\- rsldi
paletz. Dr. Robert R., 58, of Itwi
N. Bnj ltd., di. i s. iit, 37. K irsld.
Cohen. Nathan J.. of I 76ih
St., died Sept. 27. Si rvices I
cago. Riverside.
pass. Jacob, '., "i" 7i2o Byron A\. ,
di' d Si pi. 36. Klversl
SAMILOWITZ, Mrs. Rose, 65, Of B330
1'i.spi Blvd. Service* la B aokl>n.
Riverside.
SCHATZ. Ilviiiiin it., 53, of II Mai
still. Dr., died Kept. 35. S. : M
New V..ik City. Riverside.
wells. Mrs. Katharine w., 51, of
l.'.l'i Blue Rd., <"'!;!) Gab] di< <
s. pi. t. Rlversldt.
WATKINS. Dfumlns. 7. .if 7 M:
171st Ter. Rlveralde.
CHERRY. I^.uis A.. 63, "f 7 Bl
cayne Pt. "'ir.. died -' pt. 21' BJvi i
side.
ROTHSCHILD. Mrs. Truly (; S3,
II".:. inSnd St., Baj Harboi uid
died Kept. 36. fU\ i rsl le.
DUBAWSKY, Philip, II, "f t
lib St. s, i vices in Bui
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c.oldstein. Mrs. Bertha, 7.
NE I7"t!i St., .li.'l pt. 21
side.
LEVY. Max, 80, :' ISO >\v Rd
died s. pi. 35. Rlvi raid,
ellis, Benjamin s.. !. ( Ci
lnis \x.-. Riverside.
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UH Show at HUM
rrfwi" B'rith Women of "Toral
Gajbir.s W'11 join the men's group
m'j^Qnsprinu jointljfc^lhe annual
Vnitctl Nations program on Tues-
day at Ilillcl House, 1100 Miller
Dr.,'at 9 pm. City Commissioner
Sidney Aronovitz will be guest
>P*aker. The program will also
feature Mnrylin Lorrain. A spec-
ial award will be presented to
.Art Lasky, business manager of
athletics, Miami I'niversity, for
humanitarian efforts in behalf of
Dad'' County children."
Sunshine County Fair
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, is sponsoring a gala. Coun-
ty Fair on Thursday. Oct. 24. 10:30
a.m. to 4 p.m.. at Washington Fed-
eral, 167th St. and NR 6th Ave.
Items offered include dress-length
materials, clothes, and linens. All
merchandise is new or unused.
Mrs. Dorothy Burg is chairman of
the affair.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA .N PROBATE
No. 57435 C
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A'.w'r rViTTrxi'.iT^ *
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APPLICATION FOR OISTRIBUT.ON
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Jos BiM-a> ni Handing
ly \V. iagl< i- Si.. Miami, pB
' il -1.-?5, II 'I
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DAD& COUNTY, FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 10076
nKI,K!(ilUMILT0N,
I'lniiiTTfrr*- ***
VB.
W AI.TKI: K. HAMILTON,
I lefendntit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VOf, WALTER R. HAMILTON,
!: -.-i'i.-it, t'nknnwn
ai<- noitn.,1 ii, serve ;, copy of. your
i" I 'ivoree i'nrti|iliilni filed
against vim mi Plaintiff's attorney,
OKthRGE virfioi.AS, a S.W. Itth
Ave., Mbimi. Ph., and f||.. original
v ill Clerk of ihls CoUrt n or before
>.ux,.|iilnr ".Hi, IMS, otherwise com-
1 labit -1\-f11 confessed by vou.
PATCH Sept. p, !983.
B. H. I.F.ATHCPMAX, Clerk
'" -'ii By; c. P. CdPJBLAND
Deputy Cl.rk
IS'l-ll-l--:'",
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 9479
1,1. \i: SAVIN! IS BANK i >F
CITY ni- NEW YORK
Plaintiff
\ -
i .i .;i as i; BELL, et ux, .i al,
11, fendant
NOTICE OF SUIT
First .iint Men ham \.ii lonal
Hank
Newport News, Vli Kin n
..... 1 ilfled that the
uptl .....I ..1 tlon hi- liei 11 In-
- 1 Insl \ mi in the 1 'livuii
th* Klei nth .1 idli In I C 1 -.- ill
- :iiii in and for 1 lade 1 'otinty ti
moi -.!*. upon Hi. folium -
litd real pi open y:
i In BI01 k 28 Si 1 >TT LAKE
HANI "It, SECTION I 'I It. B< .1
1.. |lat thereof, n cor Ii d in
II...... il Page $2 "I 111'- I 'nl. -
ord* of Had. County, Florida
red i" file your an-
pla mplalnl w ith 1 he
.....roresalri Ci irt, and
npj 'h.-i. ni iiiHin pla
MARTIN I INK, I Uli Cl..'-r.
i Bulldlnl MI'imi
later than November 5th,
or .1 11. 1 I'i.. 1 'onfi -- In
1 ml you.
X ; I] I K-l lb) P I II
1: Il LKATHERM \X
Clerk "i the circuit 1 'ourt
B} C, P i-i>l'l-:i.AM)
1 put} i'i. ik
M \UTIN FINE
M .! in ; Plaintiff
m.i. p. di ..I Bldg.
1 1 loi Ida
M 1-11-:>..'-,
NOTICE UNDFR
F CTITiOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tllVBN lhal
Hi. untleralirned, deslrlna to enxasr in
bnaineaa under the fictltlou* nai.....I
rim "s \vi.inxi-, a machine
bHOP at < I'.dmi Hlchway. ITinee-
'"". I- lo i.!;i Intenda '.. alater nUd
n.im. with iii.. Clerk the Circuit
"inn 1 of ti nl.- Countv, hlorlda
w iv mi-i is-s, am, owner
J. I'AVIO l.rKl'.MAX
Attorney for Applicant
" n. ni'i-ii-is
TI 1:
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HERKHY HIVEN thai
iii. uii.>-.-r-nwi. dealrlna to enaaga In
hrn'negf under the fU-tltloua name of
Chuck Daae and His i../\ Oa Bn-
t.-i pii-.. s .11 Dade Count} IntendM t"
reglat'r > d name with the Clerk *f
tin- I'li.ni Court ..i Dade County,
Florida
THOM vs >,...ianx
.*',1 1w
'.- IS-2n-2"
NOTICE UNDER
FICT TlOUS NAME LAW
\i.rii'- IS HRKKKY UIVPN that
Il linrtel I'
':. .-^ rm t. r the name of
'Ell l"TTT**'i ^ "1" I \V : VKP.MR
-"I s W '- ii Court mi imi. i'i.1 .
i-t. 11 aid n imi iili the
1 "lerk of Ii 'Ircull Court of I '.nl.
Count}.
ABC Pundlpfi 1 '. Inc.
- '. :
K ESSI.I :it a 1 !ARS
1 1 ...... i- < r ,,.. I,,,..
IMS s \\ -: 81 Miam PI 1.
1-11-18-So
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, ith 1: 1. 11 i.-iM.-.. v -ivi-v- ,1
Hi. unile -i -H. 1 deali ..;... naage
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. C3C 1O038
THE WIL.LIAM8UUR.aH
savixii.s BANK
Plaintiff
VB.
riti >m.\x a. Patrick, et u\. .t al,
I lefendnnt
NOTICE OF SUIT
Aator R. Carlson aurl Beatrloa
A. Carlson, his w |ft,
] I Hi -imI Avenue
Auroni, Illin..is
Vim are hereby n.,rfi..l that the
above raptb.netl ai'tlmi has been In-
Ktltuted .ir.iin-i you In th. Circuit
Court of tb.- eleventh .imii.-i.-ii circuit
of Plorlda In and for DM* I'ouniy to
foreclose n mnrtanae upon the inliiiw-
in^ de.-cribi-il r.al property:
l^.l IS, Rtock 4 SCOTT I.AKK
MANOR, SECTION ONE, according
to 1I1. Pint thereof, recorded In Plat
Book .".7 at Page 7" of the Public
Recorda ..t Dade County, Florida,
together with Suburban i:.-,s Wall
Tvp,- Chvn Model 944 No, K-11S;
subini.in 1 Burner i;-.i< Surface
Inlt Mod.l 714 No. '.-'-".; Hotpoint
HifilL-.-nii..r x... 7L'U>:t!i; Venetian
Hlln.lv: Itirade Water Neater Model
SS0-! I 'X No 1 II
Yon are ivipilred to file vimr an-
swer In plaintiffs complaint with the
ilerli ..f the MforesaM Court, and
nerve r ..".> thereof upon plaintiff's
artprnej martin itnk. mil Floor.
I m.i. Pederal Building, Miami 82,
limiila not later than November 5th,
11*63, or a Decree Pro Confeaeo will
hi enteri il against vou.
1 lATED: Octobei I, 1983.
1: B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of tin circuit Court
' -. :< I B) 1'. I' i'i IPELAN] 1
Deputy Cl.rk
MARTIN PINE
Ainu n.-> f..i- I'lalntlff
' ii Ploor Dade Pi deral Bldg.
Miami 3!, i-'loii.la
10 I-1I-1S-2S
I. in. vS i 11 -I
I S 'i.
120 Lb In R 1 I, Ml
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1 I. Ii, of Hi- 1 11 11.1
"oui 1} Kl 1 .
IRWIN PI.'
s,.!.. 1 lu 11
ill.
M ....,
Ill
of
I
ml 11. '. h In-
1.1111. With the
Court ..f Dade
1 K
1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
F _FVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C-8707 (Vann)
- ULEASON, .lit as Admlnlatra-
V'eti ins Afl.iii -. an 1 ni leer ..f
Ii .1 si.it. s ,.i vim 1 i a, in i
n 11 -neb office, and
iii. Ir assigns,
ntlff,
IIARLKH 1. BVBRS, JR., et ux,
' : I .Ills
NOTICE OF SUIT
II VHLES 1. i:\l.l;s. IR and
i.tta m ik i:\i:i:s
i hllllpg Street
' :. Ohio
Mtti iii:i:i:i:v XoTlPiED
- n biougbl 11 -.111.-:
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Ihi Cnlted St.it. of Ami
1 in .1 ..1 1 .-. -, 1 ,
II I' .l.-ivlis.
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uperiy, lu
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11 CAROI. 1 ITY
....
age 1
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the Clerk ol III.
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1 hli -in, .,. 1 ... a, Pt. mber.
>' B LEA THERM \N
' lerk o| the i'i ,-..ii Court
I'aib 1'.. mt). Florida
'" l;>; c. p. ciiiin.AXii
I'ep ity Clerk
' ""' Kaplan ,v- Catsroan
1 i'i- Itulidtng
"J Plrsl .-ileet
''' '. Plorute
I It, i" 1-11-p
100 COPIES-$2
(PHOTO OFFSET)
Anything you need copies of
tETTF.RS
NITirc ill
^'fTiT'OU, NAME LAW
notice is hkrebv hiven
-.i i, r
1l1.1t
ii-,
bnsin. ss under the fictitious name of
1 rank PHIPPh REALTY at umis
I .ui"f.....I Bldg., Miami. Pla., intends
t.i register said name u tb the clerk
i.f III.- I 'Il l-tlll 1 '..mi .- I i.nl. I
I'
pranklin i: phipps
Hole lv m '
in 1-.
NOTICE UNDER
FrCTiTIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ib. undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KNCINEKRINti KEPROD Ii'TikX
SKRVICKM .h 129 X \V. Tilt Av.-..
Miami, l..i.. Intend to register nald
name with tb, Clerk o( the Clrcull
Coui t of Dade Coant). PI01 Ida,
CIO >RtE TRENCHER
PHILIP A PKl.n.MAX
Partners
la l-lt-lS-23
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
11.. iiii.i. 1 iilgm .1. il. -ii Inu i" engage In
bnslni s- indi 1 1 he flci
I'll INE1 1: al 11.: "7 S U 27lh A v. -
1......on 1 '. 1, PI in i.....nd to
said ..... '' 'I; of
In 1' ni Com 1 .; 1... le 1 'ounty,
' I
I 1 V/ I''''1 1 lv !(
'' > W-I.1.ISCH
I. CRT VVHI.I IS. II
lleinx 111
in 1-11-1^-25
IN THF ron'M+v Jlirifir-.e <-iiht
i^j a m- f-q "\-^e rni i*iTy,
FLORIDA IN PPOEATE
No. 50732-C
S
...... -- -M
I .
MOTIv > OS" iMTt- -. TO MKP
/VPPI ITA-T-r.' r-r>r* e. c^r.r>iiTQfvj
a1- d final discharge
\. .. 'I have
1
nd P'n a
M. !!'-
at on the
1 .
the llonornhle 1 lit
.: II' P|, i.. BP1 ^ .'I Hi
..: 1:.......nl 1st I I'
. : .
Of lilted
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'lii'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nnty. Hi. iin.l. 1-i^n.-.l. .te-iiing to -ntnire in
business under the Mcnttoug nan. ..1
I ATIENT CENTER OPTICAL SER-
VICE .11 ::ii'l S.W, :':'ii.l Street, Mi-
ami. Pla., Intend to register said name
with th. Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ..f
Dude County, Plorlda.
JACK II MlXlOS and
A. M liRETTLER
I'jiiii. -
M VRVIN I. WIENER, Esq.
H1.1 Alnsli > Bldg., Miami. I- la.
Alton k Barnes
ami A. M P.i. nl. .-
In : _
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59616A
IN RE: K-tai. .1
MARY ELIZABETH MARZANE,
I IrrraSeil.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All i'1-eiiit..i- and aii Person Hav-
ing Claims 01 Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vi ip, and each of you are hereby
n-.tlfied ami required t.. present an)
claims ami demands which you, or
Hller of you, msa have against the
Estate of MARY ELIZABETH MAR-
KANE, Deceased, late ol Dade Coun-
ty, Ifiorlda, to the honorable
of the County Judges' Court, Dadi
County, Florida, and to file the same
In the office of the Count} Judgi In
the Dade County Courthouse, Miami,
Plorlda, within six calendar months
from th date nf the flrSl publication
in roof. Raid claims ..r demands to
nialii the lojrnl ailrii.-- ..f tli. .i.iirii
am and tn be sworn to anil presented
us aforesaid, or same will be barred
RICHARD H. MARZANE
c o Richard M. Sepler, Eisq,
III" Hlaleab I Hive
llial.-ab, Florida
AS Kxei lltiir ..I the l.-llle nf
Mary Elisabeth Marsane
RICHARD M. KEPLER
Attorney for Estate
pm Hlaleah Drive
liiabah, Florida
J/J7, 10/4-11-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORrOA,, IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
Ne 63C 9350
POLI.AR HAVINGS RANICOFTHE
CITY OF NEW YORK
Plaintiff,
vs.
PIIII.IP HERN Mill HEAGNKY ami
VIRGINIA A. RBAONEY, his wife,
I lel'eliilants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Philip Bernard Heagne} and
Virginia A Heagne} .hi- wife,
Itiu War1.11 Avi 1111.
Hawthortle, N". York
You are hen i.> notified that the
nhove capttoned action has been Insti-
tuted ngalnsi you in the Clrcull Court
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit "f
1 inrlila In anil for Dade Counrj t.
.....los<.......rtzage upon the follow-
ing flescrlbed real 1 r*perti :
I.01 1 Block 7'i SECOND VDDITION
TO CAROL CITY. Recording t.. th.
liai thereof recorded In Plat Book
H.'i ..1 Page in of the Public Reci ri-
nf Dade County, Floilda, together
"i'li a G.E. Garbage Disposal FA-
7m8R; i I.E. Refi Igi 1 itor l.U'-l 1.
Vein li.in Blinds; 1 I.E. I K. 11 ami
Range .I-"-.-, and J-S07 [11 In):
Travt -. Rods,
You are retiutred to file your answei
to plaintiff- complaint with tin Clerk
I the aforesaid Court, and serve a
pj ih. reof upon plaintiff's attorne<
MARTIN PINK, 1 lib Fl....., I m.i. Fed-
ial II illdlng, Miami 32, I- Ii rlda not
i ; 1 than 1 ictoiier loth, 1963, or a
P.. 1.- Pro i-..in..--., will 1..
ucalnsf ion.
DATED: September 23
B. 1: i.i:Aiin.i:.\i v \
("l. ii, ..f ih, 1 Ircull 1 "ourt
Weal) B} 1' P COPELAND
1 'eptity Clerk
M VRTIN FINE
An.,1 n. j for Pig ntiff
mi 1 loot I'.,,1, Fi Ii ral Bldg.
Mi.nni 12, h.orlda
9 27. '"i
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jnisfi Fk>rafisn7
solicits your legal notice*.
W appreciate youf
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN th.i
the ninb rslgued, desiring lo engage h
business under the fictitious name 0'
I7L DtiHAlHi APTS., at 1015 N.K
183rd Street, No. Miami Beach, il.
Intend to register said name with th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad
County, Florida.
ABRAHAM SAMET
A NX IK SAMET
Bach :.!',
.Myers. H.iinan, Kaplan A: Catsinan
Attorneys for Applicant
1 1.10 S.W 1st St., -Miami
10/4-11-1S-2'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
ib. underahtned, desiring to engagi b
l-n-ilies- ill,.:, r the fictitious name p
STANLEY Ml-:i.i: \ A.-SuClATKS 1
8801 Collins Avenue, Miami BeaCl
Florida Intends t-. register said nam
with the Clerk or tb,. circuit Coar
01 Dade Count} Floi Ida.
DONNET-ilELllA-UELLACK
assim'i \ii:s. INC.
MILTON A. PRIEDM \.\
A 11 .1 ney for Appliealil
II11 Alnsle) Bldg.
Miami, 1 lorlda
1.1 i-n-is-J-:
17th da}
BULLETINS
LISTS
FORMS
REPORTS
CONTRACTS
I Reproduced an
'. Bond Paper
i WHILE YOU WAIT
Cosh A Carry
Serving Miami Since 1948
SUNSHINE PRESS
95 N.E. 13th Street
PHONE FR 1-0815
1
1 !.!.
LKSTEH BI "* 'M
rnWRB ,\. MANNHEIMER
Attorn.< -
Son 1 en,..ni Ptasa Centi r
Miami ::.', Plorlda
Si I I
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that
idt-rsigned, desliing tn engagi In
Iiuk iindei lh 1 lltious nnmi -
. y..\.f 'i: 1 IAS and of Nil III I I \s
l.\\ Pi I'errlne,
lioriia Intend to register Bald nameH
,ii 1 ...111 .,r
Cti.MKT 1AM t'OMPAN V
1:1 !
\n.li r. Smith, Pii
PHILIP IU.OO.M
1 Ii m.in. Kaplan .\ 1 man
Aiior for Applicant

in l-ll '
STATEMENT OF OWNERSH P.
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION
lAct of October 23. 1962: Section 4369.
Title 39, United States Code)
I 'ai 1 Sept. lit*. IWW: title ..I
deci ilicatl 1, Phe Ji w Ish h lorldian
IN THE COUNTY Jl.0-.Eb COURT
IN AND FOR DAOF COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60668-A
IN RE: Estate of
HENRY SCISOREK
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All p. n- Hav-
ing claims .,r Demands Aga nst bltld
Estate:
>..ii are hereb} notified and rc-
imreii : presenl an} claims and de-
mands \\ hlcn "ii 'i a> ii.n against
In eatate HENRY .- "1st illKK de-
i I., 1.1 i lade '.".ini>. Ploi Ida,
0 the Count} Judge) 1 Dade 0>unty,
ml fii. 1 hi -1 me In their offlci
th.- Count} 1',nii th. a*, ii Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six. 1 lender months
i, m ibe .iii. .a iii. -: publication
b. r. .a. .-i : hi -aa 11 1 barred.
SKI.MA RICKLES, Kxi ainix
II VRRY STEINBERtl
\ 11..
J". Arthur 1 lodl 1 e) Road
ill.inn lb a. h, I'...1 Ida
10 11-18 -'.".. II I
freipnii' \ of i -a., weekly; locution of
known office ol publication, 1*0 N K
.ii, si Miami, i-ioriiia 183101: as a-
tlon of the b. .I'lipia i.i- or genera]
business iiffices "i the publish.-i-, 1J"
N.K Btfa St.. Miami. K|..,l:i IRS KM.
Publisher, l-i.-.l K, Shochi 1. 120 N.E
6th St.. Miami. Ii. j-iibi 131 Hi editor,
Pied K. shnchit, IJ11 N.E. 8th St..
Miami, Floilda Sal 1)1; managing edi-
tor, 1 -r.-d K. tihovhet, i-'" N.E. 8th St.,
Miami, Plorhla J3S101,
Owner: Fred K. Shoehet, P 1. P.
J:-7;:. Miami. 1.....Ida S3101; iab.l
Sliochet. P. tl. II. J9W, Miami. Floilda
..:'l"l. IA Paltn.rslilpl.
Known bondholders. morlgageos,
ami other secinii.N holders owning or
holding 1 per,- ni or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgagee or other
s. curlii. x.'ii..
Ayeraare x.. ..i,... eAch Issui ,im -
inr pfeeedhlg 12 nionlli-
i'. ial Xo .-..pb s printed I8,0#D
Pi i.l 1 ii liilalb.n;
To 1. tin -ni.- r i> 1 i>> mail, cgniei
.i. ii\.n ..I b) ..ib. 1 means
Salei I'ir..null .-tu.ni-. n.-w dealers
or otherwise 100
ii. distribution (Including Bamples)
l\ mall, carrier deliver}', 01 b}
..ii. in. ans
Total No, of copies ilisii United
1 1 Ify ib.it 1 statemi nts made
b} me above are iprrecl and complete
FRED K. sin ICHBT Publlshei
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LLEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 9044
THE A'lLLIAMMIU'RUIl
SAVLVOS BANK
Plaintiff
vs.
JACK D. MA YES nid VELM \
.1 M \vi:s. in- wife,
I II 1. ,1.1:, lit
NOTICE OF SUIT
i'i 1 Jack 11. Ma and v. bna 1
M.i' is. i,is wit, 1:, si, I. 11. I'n-
known ami if remarried, tin r un-
known s.......-.-, If living and 11
di ad, 1 he unknow n heirs, il
-. grantees, assignees, lleuors,
.....1 11 -. trust.-. or 01 her claim-
ant* la lining by, through, under
or ngau si any of 1 ala e
named defendantN wl
< eased.
You ai,- hereb} n n fled : ial I hi
11 .1 action has In 1 11 ii-
Btituted agnlnsl j nu in the 1 ii 1 uli
t of tin ri. enth iu.ij. || .. ,
of Plorlda in and for I m.i. i '....
th. follow-
n., ib kci H11 d real
!' I, HUH 13, PINK 1 ,:.- man.
OR, SECTION iii
to th- Plat th- ...a-. ,,. 01
Iks* Bi b Pal ,1,. Pni.a,
Iti 01 its M Duili 1' mnt: Plot
N
"'i' in : 111 the
Clerk of 1
mrve a ci.j
, MARTIN I INK, I4lh I i
ii lid ng, \i
, 1 ii, ,- ber
p".;. or a 1... ,. pro ,..'. sso
i.i entered ttgatnsl you.
I IA 11:1 Si in .11..... :';. 1983,
1:. P.. LE v 'HER.M \X
Cli rk of the 1 "In all 1'
(seal) H> : C. >' Ct PELANI1
i 1 1
MARTIN FINE
\i... n. > for Plaintiff
14th Flo, ,- |l;,.!, |-..,|, .,, I;|,|l.
Miami ::.'. I- lorlda
i'i i-ii-iv-:-:
NOTI. E UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
xifin-K is ni-:i:i:iiY mvEN thai
the undersigned, deairlng to rni In
i.u-im -- under the fictitious nam. ol
1-'Ii:st PLACE for trophli at 1810
w. 4th Avenue, Hlaleah intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court ,,1 Dade County,
Florida.
TROPHY WORLD, INC
V27. 18/4-11-18
NfOTtCE UNDER
FICTlT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlk"
ih. undendknea, de'si.ing to engagi P
i.n-ine...- under tHe ib titioun nami a
1-11ILAL RIDGE Al-rs at -".'. s.u
,:i, street, Miami, l lorhla Intends t>
:-. c-1. r s.ii.i name with the Clerk
It i it of 1 Wide Count:
Florida.
cardq i:xtfi!pi:isi:s, IXC .
a 1 I no atlon
I i P.i IBKRT Ki il.TXirw
Attorne) '
CARBO ENTERPRISES, INC.
1 |U4 Blsca .n. BufldtnK
Miami, Florida
!> 27, 10 l-ll-f
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.i
ihi undersigned, desiring to engage
,..-n.es- iindei the fictltlona name Ot
PIP.I.I. RE \\.r\ ii.|;P .1 I. a Kl-
I'.U.I. APTS .1 801-815 Michigan Ave
Miami Beach. Put Intends to reginti
si ,1 nam. iclih in. clerk of MM
cull 1'.....1 01 I' ide 1 ount), Florida.
i:il:ll.I. REALTY CORP.
Rubin rnnuckler, Pres.
sole ,,\\ II. 1
LEON A EPSTEIN
Au. rney for om ner
v ::, in 1-11-1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICT,TlOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
llie undersigned, desiring t< engagi 1
business under :h. fictitious nami
SELBY SHOK SALON at MS l.iiic.li.
Road Mall. .Miami Beach l-la.. in-
tends I" regiater said name with I li
1 'lerk of the Circuit Court of P id
County. Fi
LEE-J< 1, INC., Floi ida Corp.
Sole 1 iwnei
I'.M'I. k\\ itxi:y
Ai torne} foi 1.- -Jo, Inc.
i_" Lincoln Rd., Miami Bench S9, Fla
i" 1-11-11.-2
,th
will
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTlOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.t\ i:x that
ih. undersigned, desiring lo rngng! In
htii in. 1 hi fi. tltlo i 11
SCN i'iisMPTI.-s ,v 1IEAI TY VII>S
in I2S4 X.K. l.'.ii.l -1 ,. \,. Miami
Reach int. mis 1., :, m-i. i -,ii.l n:.....
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
ol Pa,1. County, Florida
SI N BEACTY A B \i:i:i:i:
si PPLY ii 1 INC.
1 A l-la. 1'..! 1. 1
10 I-11-18-2J 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No 63C 9904 tJohn J. Kehoe)
six VNNE l.WI'l and CARL" 1
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INSERRATE BRl N hli ivlfe,
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AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT
Tn Ri 'I IERT I; BRl '\\ X mid Ml >N-
SERRATI BRl >W N,
who ., 1 unknow 1
and .ill lining int. 1
by, nder 1 ag ilns
Ri IBER I' It BRi 'W N and Ml IN
SERRA i'i: BROWN, bis 1.
and all imii'I lea ha vlng <>, claini-
iii_ to n.i\ an) right, titii 0
Interest In the property hi
.1. -. t'lbed
^i n ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tha
h.i- b.in hi,might against you h\
.-1 iSANNE I. Win ami CARLO LAN
11| to foreclosi an l>greement Hi
Deed on the following described prop
in. to-a it:
l...t 7. in Block I, of PINEWOOt)
park i:.Vi'i:xsiti\. according f.
the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
I.....k M, Page 1, of the Public l!.s.-
onls ni Dade Couflty, 1- lorlda;
and you are requllind to serve a rop^-
..; youi answei to th. Amended Com-
plaint upon the Plaintiffs' nttorn.\s
I Kl-:i AND NEWMAN, SOS Dadi Fed-
. ral Building, Miami :;:'. Florida, anil
fib- the original gnawer In the offic
Of the Clerk of the Circuit COUM
Made Count} Courthouse, Miami. Flor-
ida, on or b. foi. ib. lsi I, day of 1 lot -
oh.-r. 1883. 11 you fall to do so, .-.
Iiecree Pro Cowfesso will be enterei
against you 1. r the 1 ellel demand!
In th. Ami ndi .1 1 'omplalnt.
p.ii..1 this :',pi ii.,\ of September,
1: P. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 '.1.1. Couni >. Plot iia
'-all Bv; K M LYMAN
Deput i 'lerk
I'RED AND NEWil \X
R03 Dade Pi di 1 ,1 Building
Miami S3, Florida
10 1-11-19


PGge 12-B
Je*lsti Fk>rid/torn
Friday, Cc'-obei II 1963
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Simchas Torah
TISHRI 22nd and 23rd Days
October 10th and 11th
Jo our rnanvt jrriends
and^sustorners and J heir -Tamilics..
^Srtau *\l <-J le a rant yon a aooc
life, and a good a nd under-
standinci heart, that \ioit ch
y
oosc
ig heart, that %jou
the righteous way of lite with
Jorah and good deeds,
IN OBSERVANCE OF SIMCHAS TORAH
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
WILL BE CLOSED THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
OCTOBER 10th and 11th


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Page 6-B vjenist ncridian Friday, October 11, 1953 1 : a 31 th < 1 %  > si nl rc to . so after she was married she attended NYl" and graduated. Iron there. She had known Harold Unger ever since they were eight j years old. before the many years of study that put the magic Dr. before his name. When j he asked her to go to his fraternity dance. thfl deliberated a long time before she decidj ed to go. She's been glad ever since. After going together two years, they were married. First one home from school started dinner. From New York, by train, both of them rode to Washington so Harold could enlist in the Air Force. They were stationed at Stewart Air Force Base. As a child in Baltimore. Caryl liked to play at being doctor. Since Harold was short-handed in the operating room, and since Caryl had taken so many science courses, he was granted pernusMon to train his wife, and she worked with him in the hospital. She was an excellent assistant, just as she had been proficient in runtime her father > hotel dining room—the ':, >yal Palm—and just as she had been excellent at purchasing for the c; letena in C irnell. When the was was over, the Ungers returned to Miami Beach. completed her third ambition: Wendy. Steve. Artie and Nancy. 1 aryl became immersed in Brownie and FT A She used to good advantage the arts her father-in-law, Dr. Jonas I'tiger, had taught her. ? %ill with her hands, and flower arrangements. Since 1956. Caryl has 1 .en chairman of patients hospitality for lit. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary, which means tray favors for every holiday, about nine-thou.-. :id little 'do-dads that have to be glued together every year Not l week passes without Caryl being called by some group needing unterpieces or decorations. She also has been active in the-Young atrons oi Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Home life Of the lingers IS unusual and intriguing. Caryl herself v en! to Miami Beach Hich School. Imagine her surprise and chagrin she attended a football game with Wendy to find out that not only the colors but the band unilorms. as well as the Alma Mater, had been cha.iged. At the Ungers there is a family or project room. c of their hobbies is package wrapping. They all like archery— Caryl won the Florida State Junior Women's Archery Championship. S looting too. is one of their activities. They also spend time on their b tat, which has a fancy name for an oily fishing boat with no reverse— "Out Yacht." Major problem of the day is the supervision of home \ >rk The Ungers have a theory on the raising of their youngsters. Thej don't want them to grow up thinking everything must come their \ ay automatically. They all have their own special duties and know r m to do everything in the house. Last week, five-year-old Nancy %  ..rned how to iron. The napkins may have been a little crooked, but • < %  > will be getting straishter. Caryl is a firm believer in heredity .Hi environment. Each child is different, but each child is part and 1 i of the Vnaer family spilling out love. # H DiO YOU KNOW? Ann Upton wore a pearl beaded gown when she and her husband. 1 greeted their dinner guests at the Carillon Hotel. The pearls 1 ere in honor of the Upton's thirtieth anniversary. Among guests ere Dr and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mr. and Mrs Marshall Harris,' the Ronald Liptons. the Samuel Liptons. and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Morlt was a gay evening, with good food, good company, and a t -oci show • • • A GOOD EXCUSE Ruth .Mrs Harold' Drucker had the best excuse in the world for issir.g her class in Public Relat.on> at Dade County Junior College. Tie night before had been a big one. The Druckers had had a party in ) >nor of their daughter. Donna Susan, whose engagement to Gary' P. elstein has just been announced. It was at the Monaco Motel, and ISO guests danced, drank, ate and made merry. Among guests were Irene and Irving Fell. Marian and Richard fouby. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish Belle and Mannie Goldstrich. Mitzi and Jack Weiss. Alice and Nat Furman. Mr. anj Mrs. Ira Goodman. Mr. and Mrs Hard Dudoff. Mr. and Mrs. Mortie Fay. Dr. and Mrs Emanuel Schon. r and Mrs. Jack Pector. Mayor and Mrs. Melvin Richard. Com mis I >ner Alex Gordon and his Sally, and Mr and Mrs Sam Hirsch. • • • THE VERY LATEST IN KNITTING I never would have believed it but my friend Marion Houle from mta Gorda sent me a present, a knitted nose warmer. It's a band I ith a little dent in the middle and is tied in the back with knitted • rings. She's been making them like mad for people up North. I'm >mg to send It to our children in Kansas City and let them take turns earing it. Barbara's cute little no*? would fit in fine but I'm a little d bkms about Jere's. SHE'S A DARLING Claire and Arthur Rosichar. have met their son Richard's fiancee. S ie's Ellen Sabina Belmont. of Syracuse, and is as lovely-looking as le is charming In the two days that Ellen spent here. Claire and Art discovered that Richard had found just the right girl to be the < aughter they have always wanted. Ellen went back to Buffalo where sne is teaching. Richard followed several days later in time to register at the university, where he will go U school. The next time that the Kosichans see Dick and Ellen will be just before the wedding in late N >\ ember. Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary Will Hold First Fall Meeting of Season Tuesday First open meeting and a "PcLeschel. and Mr. HEwrlaiBtatJ .* tite Luncheon" will inaugurate to be presented. W* he fall season activities of Cedars volunteer service. Permed by, 0 Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary on ...e-Auxiliary, including ope at on Tuesdav. 11:30 a.m.. at King's of the Lobby Shop, the in-service Bav Yacht and Country Club. programs for patients, and heir President Mrs Ted Lotterman, role In raising funds for conMruchas named Mrs. Doran Zinner as tion of additional facilities, chairman of the day. Speakers will be Harry L. Lewis, hospital president, and Sanford K. Bronstein. administrator, each talking on the topic, "Cedars' New Role in a Growing Community." An original skit featuring Mrs. Benjamin Oren. Mrs. Herschel Menorah Ladies To Open Season Opening meeting of Temple Menorah Sisterhood will take place next Wednesday evening. 8 p.m.. in the Social Hall. Mrs Herbert Kaplan, program vice president, will present an original skit "Opening Night." written by Mrs. Mort Robbins. Members of Sisterhood featured in the cast will be Mrs Al Mecli lowitz. Mrs. Joseph Feldninn. Mrs. Leo Sonnenblick. Mrs. Herbert Kaplan, Mrs. Norman Harrow, and Mrs Margaret Blistein. with Selma Glass at the piano. Mrs. Sam Belsky is Sisterhood president Social Club Anniversary Set Miami Friendly Social Club will celebrate its third anniversary with a dinner at Beth El Congregation on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Music for dancing and enter ttinment will be by Morris Staff. In charge of reservations arc Dave Cashman and Jacob Braff. Mrs. Jacob Braff is chairman ofj the Refreshments Committee Assisting are Mrs. Isidore Silver,; Mrs. Anna Cortez. Mrs. Minnie; Stiglitz, Mrs. Lena Rovner, Mrs. j Ann Weiss, Mrs. Sophia Aronson.; Max Blink, Yale Shulman and Louis Rovner. Max Garshag is president Miami Friendly Social Club. "Prospective members who arc! interested in a gratifying volunteer job in Miami's newest, most 1 progressive hospital, are invited to be our guests at this kick-off affair," said Mrs. Lotterman Membership Committee appoint-j ed by the president to accept applications includes Mrs Bernard Yesner, Mrs. Louis Lemberg. Mrs. Arthur Gilbert and Mrs. Byron! Sparber. Hostesses for the gala event are Mesdames Sidney Aronovitz, Ellouis Breslauer. Irene Fink. Herschel Leschel. Samuel Sapiro and Julius Spector. Program chairman is Mrs. Fred Witkoff. Special guests of honor for the membership luncheon will be the Lile Guardians and Godmothers who have contributed substantially to the support of the hospital in the past two years. Reservations Committee includes Mesdames Nathan Glover. Harry Norwich. Frank Perlman and Philip Warshaw. President Mrs. Lotterman has announced that the Lobby Shop is being enlarged to almost three times its original size to accom modate the extra gift stock and handle the greater volume of bus iness foreseen as a result of add ing 174 more beds on the upper three floors. Another new project under consideration bj the Worn en's Auxiliary is an expanded Lending Library. MISS BIVIMY KtSSUR I Kesslers Reveal Beverly's Troth Mr and Mrs. Harry Kesslrr, of 6301 SW 18th St.. annouiH engagement of their daughter Beverly Ann. to Larry 1 Sokolow. son of Mr. and Mrs fIs Sokolow. 5020 Riviera Dr Coral Gables. The bride-elecl is a grad at ( oral Gables S'-nior Huh 3 and attended the Universit; ol Florida and the Universit) ol Mi ami She is presently en | al Harris. Buggeln and i: \d\ ertising, Her fiance is also ,1 gra Coral Gables High School !' h'S senior year at the 1 n 0: Miami, majoring in ins He was recently awarded the .'. E v n Larson Insurance I tion Scholarship. A wedding date has not beet -• of Or Olom Ladies To See Fashions Annual fashion show and luncheon sponsored by Temple Or Olom Sisterhood is slated for Tuesday. Oct. 22. 12:30 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Modeled by Sisterhood members, fashions will be by Parsons of Coral Way. with furs from Adrian Thai. An additional feature of the show will be coutourier clothes for the very young by the Francesca Sisters. Chairing the afternoon are Mrs. Jack Barnes and Mrs. Robert Kemper. What's the quickest way to (RELIEVE ARTHRITIS PAIN? •tony doctors all over the country rc' •mmend the Niagara* method to eat*' ,he minor pain ot chrome theomatoi* -erthritis. Touch Niagara to yoor body *•?' it hiirti and instantly (eel pane wart to lade. Doctors know that while no positive cure tor arthritis tits yet bee* nn... --|"r .*AA****^



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Friday. October 11. 1963 t. I,. .;-. nrrg^Sf^fj Page 15--* LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE W HBHEHY OIVEN that h. iiiiil.rvinn.il, desiring l• flititiotis nunif OI .Til ST. gi'AI.HV MARKET nl 607 \' \\* f'Lh Street, Ml:iml, Fhirliin, Inii-'ndto register Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade uunty, Florida. IKVIM; coHN KoSAI.YN COHN SiNFORD FREED Vttorney for Api'li.ants 10/11-18-23, ll l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 60959 C IN UK: Estate oi MARK LACIIMAS NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All Persona llaviiClaims or Demands Against Bald Kstate: You are herebj notified ami requlr. ii present any clalma and demand* which you may have acalmt the es,:,,,. ,.i MARK I.ACIIMA.N deceased f |)adi> County, Florida, to the County Judges nf Hade County, and file the same in their offices In the County couriii.Hisi In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar month* :r. in the date ol the first publication hereof, or the name will be barred. ROBE 1. A CUM AN Administratrix, C.T.A. Shapiro, Fried : Weil, Etqa. Ittomeya 4'.7 Lincoln Koad \; .inn Beach, Florida 10/11-18-35, ll i r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10*89 Hi: IVTUJAMSBCRUH \VINOS BANK, Plaintiff. vs. III i.MBR MAR8HAI. JOHNSON and VN'CES I. JOHNSON, liis Wife, i> 'fendant. NOTICE OF SUIT i i Homer Marshal Johnson and Frunces I-. Johnson, his wit,-. o J. II. Mi wiM-J20 York Road Klmhurat, Illinois v-u are hereby notlfed that the nvi captfoned action lias bean Instlngralnat you in the Circuit Court Eleventh Judicial Clrcnll .t Florida In .mil for Dade L'ounty to recluse a mortgage upon the followlescribed i %  al prouert] : I...I 18, Work 3 )H 1; I I. I : OROVE M'BMIVISION. according to the I'la I 'hereof, recorded In I Mat Book %  :: ii Page 90 of the Public It. %  i rds %  %  f lladc County, Florida, tegi he with Hotpolnt Disposal; Hotpolnt Iti fr •-.%  rat or; Hotpolnt ll ve n & Kunge; Alum, \ i m tlan Blinds: fkmit Detergent ,\ spray; and Glass Slloa r I to. rn; You ir,required to file your ant.i plaintiffs complaint with the ''I. rk of the aforesaid Court, and I i ii'|i\ thereof upon pi ilnl ill \i VRTIN IINK, I lih Floor, I mde Federal Building Miami :'.L'. I iirldn nol later than November 1-'. .i I i. Pro l 'onfeaaa u ill i.. •• i• .1 agalnal you. 11 \ I"l:l > (.. t..|„ r -. 1963. B. B. LEATHERM \ s Clerk ••( the Circuit i 'out i • ii> By: K M I.Y.MA.N Deput] Clerk M v in IN i-'i.\ i: • % foi Plaintiff %  ih Floor I lade K. .1. ral lllda i 12, Florida lo 11 -is-: 1 :., II : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. f3C 1074* iLEASON, JR., as Administra' %  %  torn us AII.,. ,,M i II i rnll ed 8ta tea ol Vmei .. an i %  *n in such office, md Igns, ntlff, \ -. v VDELINE \ PERIti INK • i al, ml i lit8 NOTICE OF SUIT %  M VDELINE \ PER RON E, ., 'Ml HI. .ill.) | .1 I'I> \ ll PIN, .i single woman, i: Hi Iw lulling un> unknow n I I >i ft n.I.mi u .v. n in rled, 'I ii 'i iinkn IM n n< ii -. devli 11 %  %  ...ir... j enoi -. nns and all nthi i pi i a I l>: thr. nth, undi i i I '• fl n lain-. WllOhl esl di unk in n "] IRE HEBEBY NOTIFIED thai II I" II III ..llulit Hgaillsl you 1 S. (iLEASON, JR., .,, \. Yeti n \ 'i i .,, i im, i Hi. Inite.l Stall ..i A a and • ••.--•is in %  h ,,:fi,-,.. .mil hla .i isigns, iu roi close a mm t • nuunibi i Ing the rollowlng tiesdied projiei ty, to- it: |-ot :% | D in,,, i, |, ,, f UINIIW \i;i' i >r\Ti:s, 8EfTION ONE, aci .1 tin; to tha plat thereof, aa reoorded in Plat Hook 6.1, ;,t |, Kl 142, of tit. % %  %  %  recorda of Had.County, ii.'ii.la: % %  I you are required to file yogr an"•er with the Clark ..r the Circuit •nirt of Pnd.Count*, Florida at the "iirthouaa in MIHIUL FlorUla, on or ''•tor, NovehiMr 12, 1963, and td SIT v, J cop> of BUCJI answer upon Plaintiffs %  uiorneyn, MYERS, IIKIMXN, KAPt.A.N *. CAT8MAN, h.*e addr.ss is l-leven Fifty BuilillnK. 1150 S.W l'ii-st ~ :r i. Miami 3. Plot-Ida, on or bafore % aid data, aa required by th.. laws ,.r .'• %  "' %  • vou fail to do ao, ih.com! ""' will be taken as confessed l.y | and a Decree Pro Cbnfeaao win -iit. r.-cl agninsl you fot the relief ded i„ HI comptafnt. -n;i. this 7.h ,la> of October. E B, LEATHERilAN 1 lerk of ih,Circuit Court Dade County, Florida 1 ''" B} : C, P. i'( il'KI.ANH i M, ,. ,, I'-I'itty Clerk irs, lelman, Kaplan A ("atsman 1 Flftj. Building ... "> w. I--,,-., s .,-,.-t %  ••. Fiotlila COUNTY, IN CHANCERY Dmnv BY HENRY tEONARO "Oh it's one of those Temples that mushrooms up around the High Holidays." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICtI UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underabmed, .i. siring to engage in business nnili-i the fictitious name of AM, STATKS II Kl %  'SHIM: I". I'ot Inc.) at IH" N.i:. Miami Court, Miami. Ha., Intends to register aald name with the I'letk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .Ii I8EPH I5HEENBER0 Hole '' ner \H IRRIH C( illK.N Attorn.-j for Joseph tlreenbei'i n> ll-IS-2.1, 11 I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under the flctltloua name ..f PALMETTO I ARMER'H MARKET A Ali'TInN at Jl '1 N W l03rd St.. lli;,'. ih I'.ar-I.tis. F'la.. Intends to r< uiiil name iih the Cli rk ..f the ("ircull I""IIM "t" Hade County, Florida. I'AI.MKTTo l-WUMI.i: S MARKET, IN. II l-'lii Corp i Sole net WALTMAN, iiilll-'.N .v ROBKHTS Vitnrm > for Applicant 10/11 -1S-25, III LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice is h. i. l.y liven bv Ihs undersigned that ..it October 18, I9M, at ii ,i m .it Palm Motors and Oarage, 1450 Palm Avenue, Hlaleah, the folkiwlno car will be sold at auction for ;,,..! Towln. (''vi t%  %  : is:,! Plymouth t'onvertfble, ''i2 Tag, No. ALR St, Stun ul VVashlnilon, II'. I -_ %  17-• %  •' %  owned I'J -I-, rell Collins, 821 s • i. street, Tacoma, Washington, Apt I I Jen i timing t" • %  PALM MOTORS ANDOARAOE m l-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of Haras; H. %  B. Wholesale Distributors at ill SF. 1st Street, Miami. Floii.la Intend to register said names with the t'U-rk of the Circuit Court "f Dade Countv. Florida NORM \ IIAISKN KITTY RRACN MAB\ IN BRA UN JEROME lAi'nlisoN st..].. (>wtn-rs UCY K, Tl:\\ AKT Vtt.. ii, \ for Aj'plll ants 111:1 Congn j Building 9 SO-27, I". 1-1! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10779 THE PROVIDENT INS'l'l't ITIi iN 1 OR SAVIXf.S IN JERSEY CITY, a corporation duly chartered under the laws of the State of New Jersey, Plaintiff, vs. \YOU are hereby notified thai a Complaint lo Foreclose a certain mortgage on th>following described prooertv, to-wit: l..t .-., Block I. FAIRLAWN F.STATFS. according to the Ptal thereof, as recorded in I'lat Book 59, at Page ii. of the Public Records of Hade l'ounty. Florida, has heen duly filed agalnal you and yu are required to serve a copy ..f your Answer tiRDERED al Miami, lloiidn, this ;tli day of October, A.D., i: r. IJCATtJERMAN, clerk, Circuit i '..int. ilnl. Count). i lorlda i-. il i By: K M I.YMAN liepatj i "lerk in |1-is-2'i, I 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tfl ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O r FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CMANOERY NO. 63C 10636 I -1111.11 %  BROCK, Plaintiff, vs. ANNE WILSON minis. 1 iefendanc. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ANNE wii.sn.N BROL'S S18 East 92nd street Brooklyn, New York You, ANNE WILSON BROL'S a htreh) notified lhat a Bill of Con plaint for Divorce has been fil.. auainst you. and you are iisiuii.d t serve a copy of your Answer Pleading to the Bill of Complaint i Die Plaintiff's attorney, MILTON I. RICHMOND, One Lit in Road BullcIng, Miami Beaoh, Florida, and ft", tinoriginal Anawer or Pleading in tl orfk-e of the Clerk of the Circuit Cou on '^r before the 12th day of Noven her. 1968. If you fall to do so. Judfl, in. in by default iii be taken again you for tinrelief demanded in tl Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published oneach week for four oonaecutive weal in THE JEWISH Il.'iRIPIAN. HONK AND iiRPERKP at Mian Florida, this llrd day of October, A. -. Wi. B. B. LKATHFRMAN i'lerk of the Circuit Court 1'ade County. Flotilla (seal) By: J. J. NELSON Deputy Clerk Mll.n IN II. RICHMOND line Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach 39, Florida Attorn. \ for Plaintiff in 11-18-25, 11 IN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C ?918 lnii: \ EISENB'-:it<; UUERRIERO, Plaintiff, \ a, IIKORHE OIANDE Ol'ERRIERt >. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE in liEOROE HI V.NDE UL'ERRIERl I Ml Selhj Street I .\ mi. Mass \ a : a r. herebj notified that % %  r.n of i ..ni|ilniiit fur i Hi orci has l>< en [lied igulnsl you, and you are required to servi -i opj uf > our An-wi i .-i Pleading to the Bill ol Con on the pluln Iff'i M a. J. SHIRLEY \i II iLF. 893 Anli ir I Imlfn \ Uond, Mia nl Beat h, Ploi Ida and file the ..i Klnal \n-i\.or Pleading in the nf ih, c|ei'; of the Circuit on or 1foi •• the 21st day of i iei If you fall t>> l" so, Judgment by default will be taken foi thi ri lb i iii manded Bill ul Complaint, notice shall he published once nch week for fo %  nsi iti\.wet ka ,n Till: JEW ISil II.' IRIHIAN, i >. iNK VND i '!:i IEREI at Miant d. v of Sept. mis i. \ 11. i: II I.EATHERM VN, Cli k, i Court, 1 'adi i 'ounty. I i i' I' FOPELAND I lepul Clei 1> SHIRLEY WO" 'I P %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 6:C 10197 EM VNl'EL MITCHELL, Plaintiff, M \l:V BRIT MITCHELL, i.. fendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: MARY BRIT MITCHELL a k a MRS. MARY NI'.I.M.' I'T Fast Li n.-\ Iloxbury, Massachusetts You MARY IlltIT MITi'HKl.lalso known aa MRS, MAItY N'FI.MC are hereby notified that a Bill of Comei.mit for i',-iaratoiy Decree has Been filed igralast you, and you are required to serve a copy ol y .Vn%  RWI r or Pleading to the Bill or Cofnplalnt op tinPlaintiffs Attorney! AJNSLEE R. FERtHE, Suite Wi-JM, Sill S \V. I..-.I. tin.Road, Coral Cables, Florida 33134, and file th original Answer or lleadlng In the oftl. c ol the clerk of the circuit Court on or before Hi.3|st day of: Octoher, 1963. if >...i fail to do so. Judgment 6y defnult u III he taken against you for the i-.-li.-f liem.inile.l in the Bill of Complaint. Dated at Miami, Florida this Mth iia-. nl Septembi r 1963. E B. LEATHKRM \N. i 'lerk "f the ( "Ircult Court i lad.Count] Florida (seal) By: C P. Ct IPELAND l >. -1.11 I v clerk AINSLEE It. FERDIE Attoi in y t..r Plaintiff Suit.202-204 231S S.W, LeJeune R id 'i-i.ii i lablea, i I.I .. IU, Ill-iS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60717-B IN REl Estate of Mi il.l.Ii: STEIN I lecessed. NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Cre Judges of Hade County, and i le the same iii duplicate and as provided In Section 733.18, Florida Statutes, iii their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within -'v calendar montha the time --i the first publication hereof, or the s.itne will be barred. Dated al Miami, Florida, this nth il.ii of Se|itemher, A I' III I'll BAOLEY \s Admlnlstrati i\ First publication of this notli • tin jnth day .-f September, 1981. ABRAHAM II SIIIKAT \t I.III.-f..i Admlnlstrati i\ 153 I %  nln Road Miami Beach, Floi da '. 20-27, 1" l-ll IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60640-C IN RE: Ratal, of CHARLES (HNSBERO I eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All '"re lltor* and All IV rsons Having Clalma oi Demands Against s-.ml You .ir.hi ehy notified an I requli %  .I t.. iiresenl unj claim I nancls which you may have ..u.iin-t in.estate .'t i II VRLES tllNs'BER ,i '.i .> ol i 'ii Ii 'ounti i-l Ida, to the c. inn Judgi I I hide '..nun-, in.I til.Hi. ... I In .i In the Count) i -..\ IV. I>.., in..Coldman, loldsteln .<• Pacsler Alt..I in J .'im W -i l lagli i Street ::. in I-II IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60297-A IN RE: Estate uf llAI'.i n,n ROY MILLER, lie., ii-.. I, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltorv and III Persons |t->e. iiiK Clabna or Demands .-Vgainst Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and r* 1 qulred lo l-reai-pt any.-laiins and demands wnich you may havi against the estate of HAROLD ROY Mll.I.I-;K. deeeased late "f Dade County, Florida, 10 Bit County Judges "f I'.nle County, and file* the same in duidlcate ami as provided. In Section ?33.i8, Florida Stiitnl.s, in tin ir offices In Ifii County courthouse In Dade Courtly, Florida, within six calendar months from the tun...i t infirst publication hereof, IT the same will he barred: Dated at Miami, Florida, thl s iJth daj "i September, I.D PHYLLIS A. MILDER As Executrix First publication of 'his nol n the 27th 'lav % %  < S. ptl mlii i 19 IM i. K\\rrNi:v Attorm v for Estate of Harold Roj Mill.-i, I ., .is. .1. Ii'n Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, l-'ln %  27, l" l-ll-l> IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57846-A IN REi Estate .-f M IRY M. < 'I:I:N|.ANI' Dec. .!.-• d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T %  All Cr.dit. rs and All Persm s Having Clalma or iKmauda Agalnal Said Estati ; ^" %  .ii in. h.i.ii\ notified and r.quired to present unj claims and demands a he h i :i ma> havi the .-nit ul \l VRY .11 • IIIENI. VND I l.il. uf I i.e.. i % %  ..-! • Fl I Ida, t" the • %  • inn Iges of I adi County, and file the same In duplicate and us provided In Section 731 16. | Floi ills Slain:, s. n Ihi in • h. i 'mint} i '..in i housi In I mdi i 'oun| ty, Florida, nlthln slxcalendui hs fr the time of tin first pub leation hi reof, %  %  i he same v\:11 l.. Iiai I'eil. Dated -it Miami, h lorlda, this Ith duj ..i October, A.l' 1963. SANI-'i H:I M SWERDI.IN, as Resident Agent for CARL A. i iBENL INI v Vdmlnlstratoi. C T, A. Iir-l iml.11. .i11.-n ..f this llotli •• .-ii the I Ith din of i >.|..h. r. 1963. I" I1-1S-23, 11 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE IN RE Estate nf No. 6~8r?-B JAMES l. i nl.I.AT/. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'i.. All Credlti i and All Pel % %  llavimor I'. mauds Against Said Esl iti ^ -.ii at • %  hi • i bj notlfh .1 and re•III -r.-.i tn n-esenl inj v ..imini-i demands n hleri > uu maj hai. • state nl I VMEr. .1 COLL VTZ • .1 lati -i I tilde i 'ount i Ida, !%  t he i 'o-inl Ju Igi of I >ade 'ount}. and f Ii the omi in duplicate ..inl is :•! %  • \ Idi .1 i i Seel Ion Ploi i 'a Stal iheh n in the County Cn n I i ,,|. i 'ounI Floi Ida, u nh i -i\ al, nil tha I the I Nile Of thl 'II ll I reof, .. ii,,. mme .11 p. Hated it Miami II. rlda, tinIth I'.I \ %  %  ii, .i \ i KATHI0 N Ni '"' INAH IN .v.Admlnisli.itrlx i-ii-i piibllcatimi of this not Mo l id da.i of 11, i bi iSHELiM iN LKLCHI'K I' t"i ni I. .! %  i.i..-in .1 ,,n i\ 103 lllsi .II ,i. 11| •Miami. I i 1 III NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I NOTICE lb lll-:i:i:i:v OIVEN that the iind.i-.sii.-n..I. desiring t gage in business under ihe ii.-iit...-.inanu of AMERICAN IH nil-: REMOl'ELINd at IMS Alton Road, .Miami Beach, Flornla. Intends to rerlster said name with the Clerk of tit, Cwcuit Court "i Had,County. Florida, HAROLD CHESKY ESKEN & ESSEN Attorneysufor Applicant in Tl Seybofd Bldg. Miami 85, Pli rfda 1" 11 -IV-.'.-.. II 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57261-C IN RE: Estate of MARIE CORDON ..-. .1. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK£ APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO I AND FINAL DISCHARGE Ni.rici-: is hereby given thai i hafiled my Final Report and Petition f Distribution and Final Discharge Exi cut i\ of the estate "i MAIU CORDON, deceased: and thai on tl .tli .,.,> ..i November, 1963, will app to tinHonorable County Judgea i 'ount). Florida, f.-r approval said i .'ml Report and for dlstrlbutl' ..n i l in i ni-. hai ne IIi:.. cuti Ix thi estate of the above-named di dent. This 6th la) "t Sept. l ItERNICE JOACHIM ROBERT II. TR ll'RIU Atti vn. y ll'ont Hullding Miami 32, Florida 10 n-1*-:'."., '.i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA IN PROBATE N. 54985-C IN RE: Kstate of iERTRI I IE sMi ILEN n k a 111 RTRI I E SM< ILENSK ^'. I'evens .1. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTE' AND FINAL DISCHARGE NI I'ICI: is In i.> HIM n thai I hai i mi iin..i i;pot i -iii.i Petition ft Distribution and Final Dlschargi -in I' Hi. estate "f OKI l Itl'DE SMOLEN a k a UER riil'l' ill il.ENSK ^ ih, ssed and that % %  ih. i.iii da} of November, I96J, A appl} in th. II rable Counts Judgi oi i ia.liCounty, Florida, for appro^ named decedent. This 3rd da] October, s HAROLD MANN HARi n.i' MANN IRl iNi IVITZ, SILVER It SCHER Attorn. >a ..", Ailisli i Build nMiaml 32, Plot ni i 1" 11-18-23, 'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HCItEBV OIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engagi in lu-iin.-s under the fictitious name of THE SUNSHINE COMMITTEE at 900 Northwest "lih Sfi-eet, Miami, Florida intend tn I-, -ister the -.i .1 name with th.ci, rk ..i tinCircuit Court ..i Hade CVunti Eli %  Dated al M ami, Florida, this 1st da] of i let..her. |SS3 :i.' ililA M IHCIN lai'l'IIIMi ,-.., II southa • -t 12 >'i i -. t West Mlii mi, Floi Ida M VRTll \ I ITHY 11 East 13th Strej t Hlaleah, Florida In ll-ls-.'-.. II, 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'R" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 56856 C IN RE Estate id BENJAMIN BENZM VN Hecea NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTiO'. AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTH is hen n> glv. n that I ha filed inj Final Report and Petition iDistribution and I-inn! I> irix of tha i f Bi njaml .I and that on tl Iti f Nov. mi., r, 1963, ill app to t he H.n.. •%  bit 'ounl y Judi l 'mi. i • mm v. Floi Ida, i iapproi of -ni.i Final Ri poi i and for di -I in.11 dlacharge as Execul rl ol the slate ol the abo\. -nan • dent This 2nd da} of • i t i JENNY SPIRA BENZM AN El,IAS S( IRBN '. %  ;..in. > for Executrix Wi -t i lagli r Street Miami 32, Floi Ida 10 11 -is-;-,, ii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63C 10718 ECLALIA A MAD I MANTEL, Plaintiff, vs. OL'STAVO A MANTEL, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Toi OI'STAVO A MANTEL Its Eaton sir.-, i Pi ovidenee 8, Rhode Island TOC, GUSTAVO A. MANTEL, present address. !s Katen Street, Provi denci v Rhode Island, are required it fii. youi ..iiswei to the Complainl f. Divorce, with thi Clerk ..f the aboyi Court, and serve a copy thereof up.". I.INII P, NBORETTI, Attorney, :'!' II Congress Building, in N.B, 2nc Avenue, Miami, hlorldn, on or before tinutii da} of November 196J, .'-. complaint will be taken as confessi .1 I ..ii.il thiIth day "f • '.toiler. 1961 i: B. LEATHER.MAN "lei k .•! the i "n cull ("uuri Ml nni. i Mil,c it) Florida tseall KM l.VMA.N I '.-p'.ny CI, rk 1" U-1S-2.-I. II



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== Page 2-A 't-Jmistntridlar Friday. October 11, 1953 Dr, Salo Baron to Inaugurate Jewish Affairs Lectureship Series on Oct. 29 Dr. Salo W. Baron, noted scholar, historian and author, will dp%  liver the inaugural address at the first annual Contemporary Jewish Affairs Lectureship at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Tuesday, eveninc. Oct. 29. Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, and chairItalians Criticize Soviet Bigotry Continued from Pag* 1-A est and in the interest of world peace, to end such restrictions to permit reunion of split families and to halt the unjust campaigns'* of prosecution for "economic activities called illegal.'" They called on world opinion to "join in the efforts to ease the plight of Russian Jews." Prof. Aldo Garosci of Rome University, who presented the resolution, charged that of the 149 death sentences passed on alleged economic criminals. 60 percent were inflicted on Jews. He said that in the Ukraine, the percentage ran from 80 to 90 percent. He said the issue could be considered "a measure of the reality of the world's hopes for reconciliation between the East and the West in the interests of peace and humanity." man of the committee for the lectureship, which is endowed by the Sam Blank and Family Foundation, announced the acceptance by Dr. Baron for the inaugural appearance of the series honoring the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 25th anniversary. Dr. Baron, director of the Center of Jewish Studies at Columbia University and professor emeritus of the Chair of Jewish History, Literature and Institutions at Columbia, is an interrat ion ally-re .-owned student of Jewish culture and history. "A selected list of invitees has! received invitations to attend the' first Jewish cultural affairs lectureship," Shochet declared. "I ; \ know of no more formidable and, learned spokesman on contem-j porary Jewish affairs than our I distinguished guest. "All of us in the community! are indebted to Dr. Baron and to the Sam Blank and Family Foun-j riation for this inaugural pro-; gram," Shochet added. "I am certain that the selected list of invitees, principal partici-, pants in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, our community's central fund-raising and planning organization, will share in an evening notable for its high eul-j tural level." Declaration on Cathslk %  Relations With Jews Set Miami City Commissioner Sidney M. Aronovitz (left) congratulates Gordon Smith, jeweler of Little River, on his election as new chairman of the Miami Beautification Committee. The organization held its fourth annual awards and installation dinner Oct. 3 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, where Aronovitz praised the committee's programs. Convalescent Home Meeting Women's Organization of Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home will hold a regular meeting next Wednesday noon at the Algiers Hotel. HOME (JTA) — A declaration on Catholic-Jewish relations, to be discussed at the Ecumenical Council now in session here, has been drafted hut not vet submitted to the Bishops, it was learned l-.ere. The declaration will come up on the agenda of the Council under the title "De Catholicorum Habitudine ad non-Christianos ct Maxime ad Judaeos"—"On the Catholic attitu.ie toward nonChristians and especially Jews." The declaration was reported to be in the hands of AuRiistin Cardinal Bea. head of the Secretariat lor Promoting Christian Unity. It has already been discussed in the Secretariat nd it was believed that it might reach the Ecumoni cal Council at its present session. However, it appears that discus sion on it will not be held betore the next session, next year. 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Page 4-B lf i*t fkrkt&r Friday. October 11, 1953 ORT Delegation Off to Biennial %  • 1 very %  r • .,-. 13 ceo. nmcnti I. I Has fr-,m .. over ,n INS. ; d and ,tive young men ,nd WOm %  P.-esliie n ts left to rich: -*"hc wiii attend the Herrion. Mrs. Loo Jccofcsor.. Miami 9*=h ^OP.T brer-ic! an MR. S'eve Hutl Southwest wmoon. Mrs. Moms Greer_r>eT3 ^r-rrscl.:; QkOptar *-':s. EX-.e". Sodcv/sW. Bessux^e. a=d Park: Mrs. Fare tGcasr.er. Owe! Gobies: Mrs. Proies^cna. Grout Ms Her.netfr Bosotin. Ber.amin WBshrr.< :JCTVM Mrs. Jcsecr. G.-ecte; M:O.T. MB*. S :...e Phillips. Bo-.Swimmer. Holhrwood; Mrs. Mcrtr._Gr-3My.-~. Mrs. Sevrr.our Goxistetr. torn •'.-. Miami. SeatNorth M'CTO;. Not snewn is Mrs ^.^:Ic r.-.r ire Mm. Her.:v G berl North li.-r.de: s Chaste: Dads Mrs. Lasbj Baron rres~enSC-JT.?-S* All! ROS % %  • %  %  • • %  • •• pr^rams. M-Joseph WiiV.c-. delegation week • "f* ,nc KT :n !.rae! "a miracle ORT fi b" el Central Beach PTA Panel Show If you like KREPLACH ••=•• p:==.-er. Miami Hadassah Groups Eye Expanding Membership as Principal Goal Locally : He-ia-sah cenr "IOTMJS ?:?eion of Hr";--ah Gi -.ewbeT'h*p ; resident is Mr'.' loth campaign during October with I 1 • rstone A panel 9 Mrs E',1 the ill be pre* • %  Miss '.. • ; -> T.r.h Grew* ess" meet at lb* au I Pyibaa I % %  Mrs llaster SI for I nch at nose. Proben Levin. patents I .ram \'.11 lBctu %  •-a B>iM Win n Program c.-.3.r:r.<-r.. Mr* !' %  •". Youth Aivah. And Still Tr. ? Kan.-, r and Mrs Dave May. will each of the tea groups Hathtrr.^ the Menarali Graup ill honor ill •-•me. follower •* a ir.jsieal pro Mi DM roy D. vaj to Hadasssr. soars for inpaid-up members and new rr.em-ram b;. Mrs. Barbara CeSSSr and PltutCig. prir. ..! present created membership. Throughout ber with a gSsktafl parry ;2-3 Me* M.< ii MssSftz Mrs Sid-'theentirefacttfty of th. Greater Miami. 1.800 Hadassah pm .. a t Hillei House. 1100 Miller n-.;. Laager if president. A >ocial ho-r the women will welcome all new memRd. Program w'll be a Youth Allmeeting during el ch parents and hers at the following Monday. Oct. ..ah film. Its Good to be Alive" Chaim Weiimann Group a 0 teachers will meet inforn 14 meetings: Mrs. Samuel Steinberg is presiu.ld a membership brunch on Sun• • • dent. ap noon at the home of Mi** 0 r rVPffcOr) in Talk Aviva Group will meet at the Hazel Markow. 914 Country Club h next ing. 10:30 • Church, and paat present its own Huntley-Bnnkle-v \\v No. River Dr. President of befon Spinou Forum urty NAACP. team. "Around the World," ith the group u Miss Ec;.'.he Bern rman is group prcsMrs. Joel Betov and Mrs. Abraham stein. ideal. L.itan. and a mem^r-hip skit President is Mrs Lx>uis AtexandBr Chai Group .\il! meet at Beth Torah NK 11th Ave Naomi Group will meet at the and 163rd ^ al 8:30 p.m.. and Tastee Inn. 7500 SW 3th St.. 8:30 I n Show of P-n. Guest speaker will be Capt K!nneret chapter of Sfizra Projecl Mn Maurice Simmoa "" ^rdner. of El Al Airline* is president. will present a film Tra inesdav Oc • rCavToli IN SAUC* Ml I I%  vl La [ %  I I You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI for Adult 1 ling 11 %  in Kenneret Chapter Member Social • in Israel." Mrs Arthur Gl Albert Eirsein Group will hold !S president an annual raid-up membership lunch t the Unified Tikvah Group meet Sunday Bldg.. 230i NE 171st St Guest noon at th j Inn. So Dixie Natalie r>lHwy, Gw dfl be Mrs. vice p in e afcl Samuel Z. Sak; the home of 1701 SW 85th %  Hear temir/. fuests, cheer for that real Itaban ftavor created by %~J lamed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender Bttle macaroni pies... filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered anth savory tomato sauce and cheese... seasoned the reel Kalian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—cost* only •bout 15c par aorviatJ t^oeialite eu •^Jsacel \~ji Confirmed from Page 1-B convei i at the DeauMr. and Mrreception >-r lion to the I :r. Bay Hei ) E .... The couple have three rove ird, Richard and Kevin. Then Back to Mizrachi. with an original r v. M.>Esta Karpell. I n.l rved. M e mb er sh ip 'ice president and chairman of the affair is Mrs Reee Schwartz. U Beta Karpell 15 co-cha:rman. Committee ts Mrs. Green, Ruth Hirsch. and Riggii Hope the Eugene Fleischer Levenson Mrs Alfred Stone family has forgiven the Humci-ordlna Mizrachi Ch.. car.es for that first disappoint^ G rea FSU The outing •hat night planned for the return Arthur and Phyllis who hi the summer in Connecticut was a dud With the -. • .-;• r Purqueezed out laweek, mayhe future will bebrighter Have Kasha Instead of'potatoes tooMl) KASH JT— FREE KASHA COOKBOOK I EAST New recipes and menu ideaster modem meals SFRvri and entertainin 8 with Kasha. 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Friday, October 11. 1963 > kwitt Flnrirffon Page 3-A y Speaker Joseph F. Carlino (left) is presented with a silver-bound Jerusalem Bible by the New York Board of Rabbis to: his role in the passage of the Fair Sabbath Law. Making the presentation is Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz, president oJ the Board. Some 800 spiritual leaders in the Greater New York area have hailed the law which permits family businesses closed on the Jewish Sabbath to open on Sunday as "a precedent for statewide legislation extending the frontiers c' religious freedom." Jordan River Relics Found .ILIU'SALEM — (JTAi Early man came to the Jordan River valley abwl i\ million years ago. ICCOTcHRg to a Study reported here hiweek by the Israel Academy >l Science. The study was made luring a (our-year series ot expeditions and researches by Prof. Moshe SteUelis. head of the Department of Pre-History at the Hebrew University. Comparii g bones, stones and tools found in prehistoric sites in Israel wi h ottios discovered in South Africa and Tanganyika. Prof Stekelis has reconstructed early man's wanderings during the Slone Am' He tonnd that man had migrated along what the solenlists call the Great Rift Valley Irom its southern section in Africa I" the northern part of the Jordan Valley in today's Israel. From that point. Pleistocene Age man went to Asia and to early man's start of his miaraKinope. The data found in Istion in Africa and his later disrael furnished the link between persion to Europe and Asia. 28 Year* Uptrlnsf Home Owned Home Operate* TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, positive pest control with regular, service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK £ ALr F R 7-1411 Greater Miami's Largest Exterminator 1 i Dr. Globke Will Resign Oct. 15 \ — i.ITA) — Dr. Hans .<• controversial State Secrep tiarge of the office of elinr" Konrad Adenauer, ofL-ially retired this week, although will continue to work at his I -; until the Chuncellor himself res, on Oct. 15. Dr. Globke .ached the mandatory retirement ot 65 last month. Dr, Globke has been repeatedly cused of and has as consistentdenied collaboration with Hitler in the drafting of the infamous Nuremberg Law>. setting the Nail regime's racist policy against Jews. Br Adenauer refused to dismiss him. Dr. Grobke had insistx! that all he did was to write a gal commentary on the NuremL • and that, in fact, he 1 ii helped case the interpretation • those laws. Rabbi Flays Pope's Silence Continued from Page 1-A many. How can one doubt that, !>.'d Pc-oe Piui threatened Germany with interdiction, a million Jews would have been saved?" %  police guards were tic | Hie Aldwych Theater %  %  ne threats were made Michael Williams, the I actor i tying Adolf Kichmann in I le production. Posters and Mil* rdl front of the theater have been •••(id with such remarks this plaj is a slander agaiMl .. tood man'' and the Aldwych doot to Marxist, twisted i ropagi • da." I hilast remark was aimed at li-rman author of the play. Hi chhuth. Hundredof writC01 hunts against the play. mainly from Catholic sources. < %  been received by the Itoyal re Company which is 1 oduciQg the drama. DISCOUNT PROCESSING KODACHROME 8VM Roll 1.00 35x20Mt 1.00 127-620-120 EKTA 1.00 K0DAC0L0R JUMBO PRINTS 12 EXPOSURES 2.00 B1W EXPOSURES .75 Mail or Bring with This Ad Craig's Camera Center '356 S.W. Red Rd. Ph. 665-5111 p?Ba> '^3IB ^wow 2-,n BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIB0R H. STERN 1061 Michigan Avt., Miami Beach JE 11969 JE 1-6150 %  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 %  Current Dividend Rate on Savings 4'/8 % Per Annum Paid Quarterly Sa\ ings Accounts Insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, a Permanent Agency of the FederalGovernment. 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*! Oidesl and targes'' 0ade Federal RAVINGS o-rf loN Associariow of MIAMI mum M lif ION titvim ^r-WKW 6 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY MAIN OFFICE Allapattah Branch North Miami Branch Tamiami Branch Edison Center Branch Kendall Branch 101 E. 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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Friday. October 11, 1963 Jen 1st liar id fan Page 7-A %  l "Ul Go/da Meir % Offers 6-Point Peace Program Continued from Page 1-A mainly due to inter Arab conllicts and struggles. Israel, she said, ha* been the main target of belligerency. She recalled that Israel'.-1 lour armistice agreements in 1349, were intended to end conflicts and to be a transition toward full peace, •Yet, 14 years later," she told the Assembly, "our Arab ueighbors still openly declare themselves to be in a state of war with Israel, and are constantly threati < iuii',< to attack it. What is more.] hostility is becoming heavily arm-, ed A constant stream of .weapons, of a more and more modern and | 4fV-th.1l character, is being unload' • ^kl in the ports of Arab countries: at the very moment when their i representatives plead from this i rostrum for peace and disarmaj nent. "Mercenary German scientists %  nd Technicians are hired by Egypt to develop non-conventional weapons of mass destruction, and rockets are paraded in the streets of Cairo with public boasts by its President that they can strike at any point in Is' rael. Simultaneously, a massive military build-up of conventional arms Is proceeding." Mrs. Meir stressed that if Is-' rael were to be attacked, it would know how to defend itself effec-• lively. "But Israel is not seeking; J military victory. Our objective! i the prevention of war and the preservation of peace." she said.! She pointed out that the rapidly; i -ealating arms race in the Midt le East gravely endangers the peace and stability of the area. "At the same time, it consumes i the precious and limited resources ,L #o urgently needed to lift large parts of its inhabitants from the | depths of poverty, illiteracy and disease," she emphasized. Mrs. Meir hit at the Soviet L moil's persecution of Jews in; the USSR, but avoided mentioning the Soviet Union by name. She j told the Assembly: "There is one' large Jewish community today' that is not permitted freely to j practice its religion, to attend to its spiritual needs, or to de-1 Velop its cultural life—whose ob-' Bervance of tradition.carries with il punishment and .-uttering—and thai must witness our Holy Scrip-' tures and the language in which it was handed on through the generations! abused and suppress ed Bureau of Jewish Education Plans New Forum Series at Adult Studies College Two new forum series will bei lector, Cuban Reiugee Emergency .Center^ .and, JJr, Donald, JVIichelson, Ilillel director."University of Miami. offered by the, ,C4>Ug£. pf_,Jewish Stu: ies at the Bureau of Jewish Congratulations are extended to Maurice Revitz (center) by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah (right), and Sol Frankel, chairman of the Committee of Hosts for Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute. The dinner, honoring Revitz for his exemplary service "to the Land of Israel, the People of Israel and the Faith of Israel," will take place on Saturday evening, Oct. 26, at the Americana Hotel. Maurice Revitz Host Committee Meets To Plan Dinner of Tribute Oct. 26 TMBUTI TO SIDNIY ANSIN ra a-a Series Opens &f ^t Biscayne Leading to the 1903 marathon Championship Nov. 18 long di> lance elimination series is under Waj at the Biscayne Kennel Club. Ih-atwill be regular Monday tight features. Presiding Judge William R. Moore said points based on orders of finishes will determine eight qualifiers for the title race. The regular purse will he up an additional S-.500 in the Championshjp race. 'All kennels are required to protide greyhounds capable of running the extended footage of the marathon course." said Judge Moore. "As a result. I believe We have some of the world's finest long distance specialists run Aing this season at Biscayne." Members of the Host Committee for the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute honoring Maurice Revitz were entertained last Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel, 1231 95th St.. Bay Harbor Island. Frankel is chairman of the Committee of Hosts for the dinner, which will take place Saturday evening, Oct. 26. at the Americana Hotel. Dinner chairman is Joseph Mansbach, and honorary chairman is Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah. The Committee of Hosts completed plant for the dinner at which occasion Maurice Revitz will be honored for hit exemplary service "to the Land of Israel, the People of Israel and the Fith of Israel." Atttending the reception meeting were the following Host Com mittee members: Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. Mrs. Elsie Belsky, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bern stein, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Black. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Blofstein. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Burstein. Mr. Ben Eisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Max Fern. Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Goldcrpberg. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hecker, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korcnbilt. Mr and Mrs. Ben A. Lazarus. Mr and MrJerry Lelchuk. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mansbach. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Ornstein, Mr. and Mrs. : Robert Revitz. Mr. and Mrs. Lie: ber Ringer, Mr. and Mrs. Abe i Selecoff. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schii'fman, Mr .and Mrs. Milton Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sommer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suchman, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Unst. Mr. and I Mrs. William L. Waller. Mr. and Mrs Murray Weil, Mr. and Mrs. ; Louis J. Wertlieb, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Zerlin, and Mr. and Mrs. David Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Revitz were special guests of honor at the Host ; Committee reception. Education for the first semester Of the school year 1963-64. The college will also offer courses in Hebrew, Bible, Jewish History. Ba.-ic Judaism. Current Problem-. : and Method Courses for teachers. The courses are open to the general public. The college will again meet in three areas. Southwest Branch. Beth David Congregation. 202o SW 3rd Ave.; North Dade Branch. Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No. %  Miami Beach Blvd.; and at the Bureau Building. 135 NW 3rd Ave. Subjects for the two forums are i "Justice and Judaism" and "MajI or Trends in Jewish Thought." Ten sessions on "Justice and Judaism" will attempt to apply the message of Judaism to social issues of today: education, marriage and family, crime and punishment, civil rights and liberties, religious liberty, interreligious actitivies, economic affairs, immigration, peace, and international iclations. A revolving faculty will consist ot Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, Beth David Congregation; Louis Schwartzman, Bureau executive director; Leon Fisher, director, Jewish Family and Children's Service; Judge Frederick N. Barad. of the Metro Court; Allan Caruba. assistant director. Florida AntiDefamation League Office; Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Temple Zion; Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Temple Judea; Harold Kramer, executive director, Florida American Jew ish Congress; Arthur Lezell. di Second forum. "Major Trends in Jewish Thought," will outline the (levt bpment of Jewish thought through the ages: ethical mono theism, i faience of Greek on the Jews, patterns of the "Golden age" in Spain. Spinoza, Hasulie struggle, Haskalah, the science ot Judaism, Jewish nationalism, neollasidism. and existentialism of today. Revolving faculty consists of Itabbis Max Lipschilz. Samuel M Machtei. Simon April. Sherwin Stauber. Harold Richter, Jonah E Caplan, Daniel M. Lowy, and Louis Schwartzman. Dr. Abraham i Wolf son. and Dr. Nathaniel Sor;off. The language and history faculty : of the college will consist of Zvi Rosencrantz. Bench Berman, and | Louis Gadon, of Beth David Congregation; Louis Schwartzman and Zvi Berger, Bureau staff; Meyer Sambcrg and Abraham J. Gittelson. Education directors. The Bureau Branch will offer courses in preparation for Hebrew teachers licensed in Greater Miami on Thursday mornings, beginning Oct. 17 Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Bureau consultant, will be the instructor Further courses for teachers will be offered on Friday afternoons. Basic Judaism, with Zvi Berger, instructor; Methods of Teaching in the Hebrew Schools and Teaching Methods in the Sunday Schools, with Louis Schwartzman as instructor. Gerstein Will Be Main Specker Lou Taylor and Stanley Friedman, co-chairmen of the testimonial dinner to be given for Mayor Arthur I. Snyder. of No. Miami Beach, at Beth Torah Congregation's Social Hall, have announced that State Attorney Richard Gerstein will be guest speaker. Mayor Snyder. who served as president of Beth Torah for three terms, is being honored on Saturday, Oct. 26. The affair begins with cocktail and hors d'oeurves at 7:30 p.m. Tickets and reservations chairman is Mrs. Sue I'opkin. 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rcrge 4-A *Jewist Fkrtdton Friday, October 11, 1953 ~Jewish Floridlan CFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher 1EO MINDLIN Executive Editor SILMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published .very i-vi.inv since 1M7 by The Jewish PlorMlan :u l9fn*AC. sisili sue. 1. Miami I, Florida. Second-Clan Postage Paid at .Miami. Florida. The Jewiih Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. • English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The. Jewish Floridlan does not guarantee the Kashruth of tinmerchandise advertised in iis columns, RATES SUBSCRIPTION Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 41 Friday, October 11. 1963 23 Tishri 5724 The Ecumenical's Fertile Promise Pope Paul VI seems to have n on out over some of the conservr.ive elements in Catholicism who had hoped to turn the liberal tide left as the legacy of Pope John XXIII on his lamentable passing. Pope Paul's decision to reconvene the Ecumenical Council was a straw in the happy wind. Latest news from the Vatican now seems tc indicate that he intends pressing for the continuing liberaliza: on of previously rigid Church r.octrine in the name of human progress. As Pope John, himself, unders:ood, and as his successor obviously agrees, there can be no creater fulfillment of the esential purpose of any religion. The betterment of man is, after all, the fundamental step needed toward the achievement of a Kingdom of Heaven here on earth. Latest indication that the Ecumenical will take special note of the Church's historic relationship toward world Jewry, explaining the relationship in friendlier terms than ever before, now spurs some hope for a lessening of anti-Semitism, particularly in Catholic countries in South America, where it has become increasingly ugly during the past few years. Men of good will everywhere pray that the Ecumenical fulfills its fertile promise. The Zionist Struggle The battle among the Zionist factions is c sad thing. It is inevitable that Zionist leaders today will have different opinions and different techniques for the revivification of the movement which has flagged since the establishment of the State of Israel. And perhaps the battle is therefore inevitable, too. But this does not make it desirable. The Torczyner statement, itself, is one of the saddest things about the Zionist UnionConfederation tiff. Mr. Torczyner has been for years in the forehont of American Zionist leadership, patiently waiting his turn for the top post — a job that repeatedly eludes him. What with this personal element involved, as well as with the question concerning just which branch in fact represents the Zionist movement, method appears now to be taking the piece of the need for making sound decisions about ideological purposes. If Zionism in America has a role today, it is to educate Jews toward an understanding of the highest significance of Israel reborn. It must also begin assuming as part of its program the assistance of Jews here wishing to go to Israel permanently, much as the British Zionist movement does, for enough evidence exists to indicate that the traditional American Section-Jewish Agency channels in this regard leave something to be desired. The arguments about organizational validity as represented by the latest Union-Confederation battle are simply diverting, and detract from a realistic grappling with Zionism's highest purpose. *SMP-**#-F that offered a purposeful program for a revivified Middle East. In the face of her eloquence, one can only continue to wonder how long the wcrld will permit the flagrant Arab violation of the UN charter, which enjoins member nations from unremitting aggressive intentions against other member nations. Secretary General U Thant's proud assessment last week of the achievement of the UNEF unit at Gaza is perhaps warranted, but it begs the issue. The United Nations must do more than deter war by quasi-permanent police forces, which can in any event be swept aside in the tide of conflict. It must work toward peace. This was the fondest plea of Mrs. Meir, speaking for the Government of Israel. This is what the UN has thus far failed to accomplish in the Middle East. 8-6's 77th Birthday Former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion is 77. True to the man, his birthday partv wes more than gentle celebration. It served as the site for the announcement of one of his nw pet projects. The newly-projected College of the Negev will have more than educational purposes, It will be a focal point for stimulating interest In Israel's southland — that part of the nation which Mr. Ben-Gurion has long envisioned as the country's future. Mrs. Meir's Peace Plea With the United Nations back in session, Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Minister of the State of Israel, delivered a peace plea before the world organization that should have stirred the souls of all honest delegations. Sadly, it floated off the oily backs of the Arabs, who continue to plot Israel's destruction. Nevertheless, Mrs. Meir's address was one On Simchas Torah The celebration of Simchas Torah marked on Friday is symbolic of the Jewish people in many ways. For the Torah is neither ended nor begun; there is nothing final about either process. In fact, the Torah is both ended and begun at the same time. Thus, the circle of experienCe i* 5 r-r%nlin*.J „„-J _„ .... our s nal thing And this is. after all, what the Jewish people, themselves, are about in their dedication to the continuation of Judaism as a relia ion, as a tradition, and as a culture throughout lilt? UCJ6S. RAMAT GAN is a lovely lit %  tie city Just outside of Tel Aviv. On Jabotinsky St main thoroughfare, is the now famous police station attacked by the Israeli hero. Dov Gru ner. A member of Etzel. tru Irgun Zve+Leutni. GfWMr'was caught by the British „• Ramat Gan and put to in the prison at Acre in 1947 The prison is a formidable institution immediately across the way from the wall on the Mediter ranean that withstood would-be Palestinian invaders from the of the crusaders down to Napoleon I. during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN M ag .is continued and repetitive, makinq of study of the sacred Scrolls of Law an PH.. Gruner could easily see the wall from the prison, imagine in his mind the beautiful city of Haifa perhaps ten miles or so eastward and contemplate his achievement at Ramat Gan. I stood high ah. vt the wall at Acre one day. gazed far down into the sea against powerful wind that sought to rock me off balance, and turned from there to study the prison across the street beyond. At both points I could hear the shout cf history in my ear. Somehow. Gruner's battle at Ramat Gan captured my sensibil iiy more fully that day. for I recalled the Monument of Heroism n a public garden opposite the police station, memorializing the Etze attack he led. The monument is the work of a sculptor. H fj depicting the struggle between a huge lion, symbolizing i Britain, and the small lion of Judah. PROGRESS AND THE CHALLENGE TO SECURITY QN THE MONUMENT is a legend: "A few against many" wbicl *** I suppose, aptly describes Israel's status in the Middle East her battle for independenee and her fulflowering as a nation tale about the dedication of the memorial has reached apo proportions bj now I heard the tale told me several timeV. i could never determine how much oi it was fact and how much I at the expense ol an erstwhile enemy. It appears that on the daj ol its dedication, the British Amh dor complained heatedl) and extensively, It was less the motif m i Orlof statue that offended him than the insult to his govern %  i for the British lion was not sufficiently larger than Judah's to the more realistic proportion and relationship between them. A huh. it seems to me, properly emphasizes the "few against man) condition of Israel's Status even today. I have met some Israeli diplomats who quietly suggest that I relentless challenge to Israel ., security is the foundationstono ol th< country's phenomenal progress. In a world without enemies repeal edly threatening to destroy her. they theorize, complacency mi If have made Israel tare far less well. This, of course, is speculation: but. inverting the theory one may certainly find abundant evidence that "the tew against m principle has done more than simply spell marginal survival in til, case of Israel COMSAT WITH THE RUSSIAN BEAR |F THE ORLOF statue memorializes the consummate gall ot thi Dov Gruner attack, and by extension the battle with the Bnh-I .Mandate, a new monument should be erected somewhere in [sra. depicting the tiny Uon of Judah in victorious combat against the not so overwhelming Russian Bear, This would celebrate achieved these things in the Congo back oi Muscovite interference there. But it has done so bv parti breaking tin nowhere do I set %  i similar inclination to crown [sra< I II,,, ,,,,, ... %  ""•"""i uuwii i>iaei in content ihTn h T Cmcnt "' manj more nationa "" ""' nce ,;;'"",:"";" ,or,e raphically gigantic and icaiij significant though the Congo may be. For Israel has. in fact, performed "i new countries there bj as b) ex< hangi rwise long even more dependent^ to the mitments abn a similar service in a i nd economic assistance, m countries that n meal aid programs — nee slipped into the Soviel orbii or been add readj staggering burden of U.S. < THt MULISH PROGENY Of A DONKEY T ^mnH 0RTU u T y T ,M: "' 1 enW ** < *M %  ; l • i. with the enforced opening of Eilat and the ren Tili on. m I" "'"V""" S ; "'" ^"^l' and the Sir; %  ; _' "M'.mer.enes Force at Gaza is the result of Rm in an ankleh.i ,m '' ,no sn,a bl fearless lion of Judal C.S a la" ;',; k l V "ST" WOuM ^rnbol.cally represent th. has still '"'' "T ono of i,s Political parties. For our nation And what better way ultimately to symbolize this purpose than by celebratina the 0^1^ ,ah WhiCh he ^ntaSJS of our Jewish survival as a people. icursion there. of U .V douS^oJSj! !!f ry *', nyl oru of •""f hundreds of millions s ostensibh For his part, to prove our trust in him Soviet-made ~ruMTi,r u!,, ? n,y ivan hini purchase food int( Mm., tanks, submarines, and missiles. mulish component of a donkey's i< commissioned ti oes not pinch sometJmi i



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IN LUi oman s njj.rU tJfewish FIoHidliaia Miami, Florida, Friday, October 11, 1963 Section B Film to Assist Women's Project First fund-raising affair by Worn jected JFCS treatment home for "Murder at the Gallop." pn'S Committee for Jewish Family inolionally-disturbed bovs will be 1 ml Children'! Service tor the pro he southern premiere showing of The film, from an Agatha Chris, tie mystery comedy, stars Marg'aret Rutherford, seen also in "The VIP's." and will open on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at Wometco's Parkway Art Theatre. All tickets to the JFCS gala premiere of "Murder at the Gallop" are by donation, with Mrs. Eugene R. Katz in charge of reservations. A private and voluntary social agency. Jewish Family and Children's Service has worked extensively in areas of child care, senior citizen and family counseling, and has" as its latest project the treatment home geared to emotionallydisturbed boys. JFCS is a Greater Ma mi Jewish Federation and United Fund agency. President of the Women's Committee of JFCS bj Mrs. Lawrence Kline. Mrs. Lawrence Kline, president of the Women's Committee oi Jewish Family and Children's Service, discusses plans for the premiere showing of "Murder at the Gallop" with Mrs. Eugene R. Katz, ticket reservation chairman. The film, from an Agatha Christie mystery comedy, stars Margaret Rutherford. Proceeds from the Oct. 22 premiere at the Parkway Theater will help suport the JFCS treatment home for emotionally-disturbed boys. cr. Chatting about the forthcoming Temple Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner of Tribute to honor Sidney D. Ansin are (from left) Mrs. Louis F. Snetman and Mrs. James M. Albert. Mrs. Snetman hosted a breakfast for members of the Women's Committee for the dinner, which will take place Sunday evening at the Doral Beach Hotel. Coming to Miami as guest speaker at he dinner and to present the Redemption Year Award to Ansin will be Israeli Ambassador Katriel Kaetz. (See story, ?uge 8-A.) 1 J MJ1F. *"•**& %  by ISABEL GROVE \' v lengthy title for Miami utomej Harry Zukerniek — renal vice president of the U.S. National Group of the Associa'•ion of Attenders and Alumni of 1 Hague Academy of International Law Was so dubbed Ahile attending the Hague Acadiv of International Law for 1 vir of the eight weeks he and fe Sue spent in Europe S cond longest stay was in Lan* ii. where Harry, acting as or Mel Richard's proxy, preB Key to Miami Beach to the Lord Mayor of London Most touching recollection li couple brought back was a •i reading "Jewish New Year, 5724, the Christians of Aldgate w h their Jewish friends a very Happy New Year" on the Botolth Church in Aldgate, adjacent to lr< Jewish area in London T!' | ripatetic couple also mana ."cd 10 shows and four conincluding the Moscow 1 Iharmonfe, one with Vladimir A-likinazi. world-renowned piana 'ihrr with David Oisrakh. nist. a • Vn (ightday stay in Mexico > for Rosalind and Leonard albert, of North Bay Island, before returning by way of New Orleans on the 25th While m the glamorous Louisiana city, they'll May at the Royal Orleans Hotel, and Leonard will attend the annual Jewish Funeral Directors convention There will also be time for sightseeing and a tour of the many attractions of the Delta area before returning to South Florida around the middle of November A look at our newest, and coldest state, for the Edward Reichners, of Bay Harbor Have just returned from a threemonth vacation, which included the West Coast and then Alaska and the Yukon When she has thawed out sufficiently, Mrs. R. will return to her ORT and Hada^sah activities for the season. • a Happy New Year greeting from Nola and Leo Eisenstein as they were preparing to celebrate the holiday at a synagogue in Hong Kong Next stop on their 'round-the-world jaunt is Bangkok. t a Visitors from New York City for the Bar Mitzvah last week of Evan Kraus Included relatives Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Fenton, Mrs. Gussie Moser and a cousin, Goldye Sofransky. who Continued on P/je 4-B Monty silk-like coordinates in soft pastels 5.99 p6.99 top Luxurious loungemates are smashing party fare for an evening at home, look like silk at half the price! By AAonique, sizes 10-18. A. Cowl-necked top has 3 4 sleeves, French cuffs, is 100% acetate in turquoise/straw or pink lilac, 5.99 B. Pants textured rayon silk, all-lined with elastic back and waistband, side tabs. Turquoise, green, pink, straw, lilac 6 .99 BUDGET COORDINATES. MIAMI (SECOND FLOOR). ALSO DADELAND, MIAMI BEACH. 163rd STREET. FT. lAUDERDAlE. WEST PALM BEACH



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Friday. October 11. 1963 *.kn-i*t) tkrfdfor? Page 3 B Mrs. Carl Weinkle to be First Recipient Of Eleanor Roosevelt Humitarian Award Mrs. Carl Weinkle will be the first recipient of the Israel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award, according to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyert, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Women's Division. The award will be presented to Mrs Weinkle at the Israel-Eleanor Kousevelt Humanitarian Award Luncheon on Friday. Nov. 1, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Meyers said that Mrs. Weinkle will be the first woman in the nation to receive the award "in recognition of her service to Israel in the first 15 years of statehood—service which in its degree and amplitude reflects the human..arian warmth symbolizing the spirit of the late Eleanor Roosevelt." Announcement of the award was made at a breakfast given by Mrs. Blank on Wednesday j morning in the Starlight Roof ofl the Doral Beach Hotel. Guests, ; t the breakfast were members oi the Committee of Hosts for the ; Israel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humani-' tarian Award Luncheon. A >peci. guest at the breakfast was Miss Marilyn Cantor, (laugh1 1ir of Eddie Cantor. Miss Cantor has iust returned trom her most recent tour through Israel as personal emissary of her celebrated lather. At the breakfast, it was announced that the following would verve as patrons for the IsraelEleanor Roosevelt luncheon: Mesdames Elise A. Adams, James M. Albert, Sidney D. Ansin, Joseph Miami BB Women Plan PMember Fete 'Body and Soul" is the theme i: the paid-up membership party -ponsored by the B'nai B'rith Women's Council of Miami on; hursday evening. Oct. 17. at 8 i' in.. in the Turf Room of Tropical Park. A program of music, drama and romedy will be presented by the ine chapters belonging to the Uiami Council, and reireshments ill be served. Paid-up members of the follow. chapters will be guests: Anne Frank, Coral Gables. Eleanor isevelt, Emma Lazarus, Flamingo, Cilbert J. Balkin, Miami. Shalom and West Miami. All new members will be initiated by Mrs. Alfred Reich. immediate past president of Disrict 5. B'nai B'rith Women |}'resentation of awards will be nnade by Mrs. Gerald Soltz. also pa*t president of District 5. Mrs. David Sachs is president of the Miami Council. Coordmatmg chairman of the affair is Mrs. David Sherper, and Mrs. Mike I orer iv the program coordinator •;nd director. L Arkin. Jack Arvey. Ben Blum, Jack A. Cantor, Jack Carner. Sam F. Danels, Max Deakter, A. C. Fine, Ben Frankenstein, Samuel Friedland, Mac Cache, Samuel Golub, Louis Grossman. Also Chuck Hall, A. J. Harris, Isadore Hecht, Benjamin Kane, Howard Kane. Jack Katzman, Samuel Kipnis, Jay I. Kislak. Inez Krensky, Chester W. Krone, Joseph M. Lipton. Sam Luby. Alex Manson, Anna Brenner Meyers, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, A. J. Moiasky, Stanley G. Myers, Max Orovitz. Sam Pollock, Jack S. Popick. Maurice Revitz. Jacob Pifkin, Leonard Rosen, Philip Rosenberg, Sam H. Rost, Seymour Rubin, Louis Rudnik, Dan B. Ruskin, Samuel T. Sapiro, Samuel L. Seltzer, Jacob Sher, Seymour Silvcrman, Harry Sirkin. Louis F. Snetman. Fred Somcrstein. Nat Waldman. Max Weitz. and Leonard A. Wien. 'Welcome Home 1 Zamora Dinner Anuu-l "WelcODie 1 Ionic" dl %  ner of Temple Zamora Sisterho< I will be held on Sunday. Oct. 20, with a cocktail hour at 6 p.m., preceding the dinner. Entertainment will be offer1 by the Temple choir under tl 9 direction of Harold Tokaver, wi t selections of folk music, Israel songs and Horas. Chairing the evening is Mrs Abraham Kusnick. with Mrs. Israel Kussncr in charge of rcserv • tions. On the occasion of her last visit to Miami, the late beloved Eleanor Roosevelt met with Mrs. Carl Weinkle (right) and Mrs. Sam Blank (center) at a private reception preceding a Bonds for Israel luncheon. Mrs. Weinkkle will be the first recipient of the Israel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award. Mrs. Blank will be chairman of the luncheon at which the award is to be presented. Gershwin Lodge Meeting A special meeting of the Ladi. • Auxiliary. George Gershwin Lod^-. will be held on Monday evening iit Hibiscus Temple. Main order Women's Board Plans Meeting Board of Directors of HebrewAcademy Women will meet Wednesday in the Board Room of the Academy. The meeting, which is called "r l p.m., will be conducted by N ir. Leonard Rosen, president of the yroup. Revision of the constitution will be presented. All board members are requested to bring Lfts which will be put into the rreasure Chest and presented to vinners of a contest Oct. 23 Anne Frank Chapter B'nai B'rith Women, Anne 'rank Chapter, will hold a regu i meeting on Tuesday noon at '''" Park Lane Cafeteria, 2155 Coral Way A speaker from the Mental Health Society will discuss 'he society's services to the communitv. EAT AT ZOOLCH'S, where the waiters are awful! I wonder where the Zoolch people gel ilieir waiter*. They must recruit then from the Oxford Debating Society. Never have I mil an) body of men ><> anxious to dispute a decision. Just give a Zoolch waiter your order and von are in for a major discussion. The most argumentative of the Zoolch stall" is Max. A few days ago I ate lunch at Max's counter ami ordered chopped >teak. '.'You had chopped steak last week, .-aid Max. "Try something else. '"J know,'' I replied. I had chopped steak last week. It was very good. Ami I want it again. 11 "Everything we serve is good/ boasted Max. "Why order the same tiling all the lime? We're not specialists. We have call I li\ er and onions today. 1*11 bring you sonic." "No you won't," I almost shouted, "'I don't like call's liver.'' ""ft hat's not to like about calf's liver?" asked Max. "You have a mere childish prejudice and you're carrying it into adult life Try calf's liver." By DOW my dander was up aud I gave forth. "Next week, Max, I will visit a psychiatrist and try to rid myself of liver phobia. But today—in fact, right now —1 want chopped steak. Medium." "Medium no less," spoke Max, more in sorrow than scorn. "O.K.. Mister. It's your stomach. In this establishment we don't argue. The customer is always right, even if he's -" I lost the last few words as Max turned and went through the swinging doors. 1 am sure that the muffled comment was not a compliment. 1 asked myself why do I have to put up with this? Am I really fascinated by Max's outrageous line? And why do I continue to eat lunch at Zoolch's Restaurant? \\ by is there always a line of people waiting for a seal? The answer is plain. Wonderful food! Every dish that Zoolch's serves is tops— not just once or twice but always. Mamma Zoolch is in charge of the kitchen ami she does the buying. (Papa Zoolch is in charge of the so-called "personnel"' and he takes the cash. Actually he is more interested in discussing world affairs with the customers.) \ friend of mine in the wholesale fruit and vegetable business tells me that when Mamma Zoolch comes in to buy, she drives everyone mad. (Her first name is Fanny; they all call her Fussy Fanny.) She examines every item she orders as if she were seeking diamonds for a monarch's crown. No wonder Mamma Zoolch's meals are 60 •'ood! Quality seems to be a passion with her! Come to think of it, in all the years I have been eating at Zoolch's, I have never Been any ketchup on the tables but Hein*. I once mentioned this fact to Mamma Zoolch.' "What did you expect?"', she said, "If you eat at The Concord, whose ketchup do you see on the table? Heinz. If you eat at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach, whose ketchup is served there? Only Heinz. If Heine Ketchup is served in all the best hotels and the best restaurants of the world, why should Zoolch's be different? To save a few pennies? No. sir! Never! We may not be as fancy as all those places, but we're just as fussy". \\ dl -poken, Fussy Fanny! I like your formula for success. 1 shall continue to eat at Zoolch's. And maybe some day, Max w ill greet me as I sit at his counter and say: — "Good day, sir. May 1 be of service to you, sir?"' 1 can dream. Can't 1?


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ta: ed "The Jewish people are eerned whenever a discussion arises ;%  olving discrimination because of color, race or religion. We cannot jus) sil back and accept apartheid." addition to being Southern Regional chairman of the Young Leadership Campaign Cabinet, he has traveled throughout the south and southwest, speaking on behalf of the United Jewish Anneal at important campaign meetings and conferences A 32nd degree Mason and Shnner. and past president of the Harvard Law School Association of Florida. Heller is married to the former Diane Star, an area chairman for the Combined Jewish Appeal Young Matron's Division He is proident pro-tern of the Men > Group of ORT. The Hellers live on Normandy Isle and have three children. Mona. Lisa and Douglas Britain's Nazi Parly Leader Weds Fashion Czar's Niece DANIU MtAl HtUH LONDON (JTA) Egg and rotten apples were showered Sunday on Colin Jordan, leader of Ihe British National Socialist move-j ment. and Franchise Dior, when they enu-rge i from the Coventry .•Register Office as man ard Wife. More than i "oo persons, including members of anti-FascisI movements sseml I'd near the otlice to boo the newlyweds and '" wli .them with eggs, apples and lumps cl turf thrown over the beads of -. pclice cordon. Jordan's wife, riece of the late fashion designei Christian Dior, called herself a perfect Nazi." Monday, she ?nd her husband took part in a second marriage ceremony at the li uarters of the British National Socialist movement, observing the "o'd Nordic custom ol cutting their fingers and lettin their blood mingle. The Bride's aunt. Miss Catherine Dior said: "The good name of my brother, ("hn-tian Dior, musi n i| sed to feature the scandal with Ihe risk of tarnishing a name • .rne with honor and patriotism bv the members of my family She signed her statement "Catherine Dior, Medal of the ROM-Iarice, Croix cle Guerre, deportee at Ravensbruck Ravcn.-bnuk uas > Nazi concentration camp. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS 'rC'JR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR COXX Let us repair it or apply %  new one. For free estimate phone: ,_ ACME • ^ ROOFIXCi WT 685-1952 BJ.Goodrich NORTON TIRE Co. MAIN STORE: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 hours and oil day Son. Visit Our Ntwast Ston: 1830 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. laudtrdilt



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Friday, October 11, 1963 +JmlstiFk)ridian Page 11-B UH Show at HUM rrfwi" B'rith Women of "Toral Gajbir.s W'11 join the men's group m'j^Qnsprinu jointljfc^lhe annual Vnitctl Nations program on Tuesday at Ilillcl House, 1100 Miller Dr.,'at 9 pm. City Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz will be guest >P*aker. The program will also feature Mnrylin Lorrain. A special award will be presented to .Art Lasky, business manager of athletics, Miami I'niversity, for •humanitarian efforts in behalf of Dad'' County children." Sunshine County Fair Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, is sponsoring a gala. County Fair on Thursday. Oct. 24. 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.. at Washington Federal, 167th St. and NR 6th Ave. Items offered include dress-length materials, clothes, and linens. All merchandise is new or unused. Mrs. Dorothy Burg is chairman of the affair. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA .N PROBATE No. 57435 C IX RE: I-^MI.J,-A'.w'r r ViTT r xi'.iT^ I %  .-, nHed NOTICE OF !NTENTIN TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR OISTRIBUT.ON AND F'NAL D 3CHABOE NOTICE i.herein. g|v. n that I (•'•< • % % %  • i i'.i 'el itii.ii for I >lsti ihutlon ; U ,| H .,,,... hre % Ailmlnl tratrrx .if il.,. tlrt...f \l.i.Kirr (joi DNER, (teen .,,„] it. n "ii Ihe 12th day of Nifvcnjher 1iii:i -Ml apply .,, Ih, HMII .lablc C itv' ,h lv. I i,.r! !;,. f, „• approval • %  -.ill] ] Ifani hj!M|on ;uill fln:ll d'-chat-Ve as Administratrix ->r \)„rotate ..f the : 1. "VI-BIII, !,,,a,-,i Title Clih i|:iv of August, mils, SAIIP.I.LF i;"i.'i\Ki: n "" ,v > ROTHENBERG A i tornej Jos BiM-a> ni Handing ly \V. !• iagl< iSi.. Miami, p B il -1.-?5, II 'I LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DAD& COUNTY, FLA. IN CHANCERY •£ No. 63C 10076 nKI,K!(ilUMILT0N, I'lniiiTTfrr*•***•• •• %  VB. W AI.TKI: K. HAMILTON, I lefendntit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VOf, WALTER R. HAMILTON, !: %  -.-i'i. -IT, t'nknnwn ai.ux,.|iilnr ".Hi, IMS, otherwise com1 labit -1\f 11 !••• confessed by vou. PATCH Sept. p, !983. B. H. I.F.ATHCPMAX, Clerk '" -'ii By; c. P. CdPJBLAND Deputy Cl.rk IS'l-ll-l--:'", LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9479 1,1. \i: SAVIN! IS BANK i >F %  CITY niNEW YORK Plaintiff \ i .i .;i AS i; BELL, et ux, .i al, 11, fendant NOTICE OF SUIT First .iint Men ham \.ii lonal Hank Newport News, Vli Kin n 1 ilfled that the uptl I ..1 tlon hiliei 11 In1 Insl \ mi in the 1 'livuii • th* Klei %  nth .1 idli In I C 1 -.ill :iiii in and for 1 lade 1 'otinty ti • moi •-.!*. %  upon Hi. folium litd real pi open y: i In BI01 k 28 Si 1 >TT LAKE HANI "It, SECTION I 'I It. B< • %  • %  .1 %  1.. |lat thereof, n cor Ii d in II il Page $2 "I 111'I 'nl. ord* of Had. County, Florida red i" file your anpla %  mplalnl w ith 1 he • roresalri Ci irt, and • %  npj 'h.-i. ni iiiHin pla MARTIN I INK, I Uli Cl..'-r. i Bulldlnl MI'imi later than November 5th, or .1 1 1. %  1 ••• I'i .. 1 'onfi -- %  In 1 ml you. X ; I] I K-l lb) P I II 1: Il LKATHERM \X Clerk "i the circuit 1 'ourt B} C, P i-i>l'l-:i.AM) 1 '• put} i'i. ik M \UTIN FINE M .•! in ; Plaintiff M.I. p. di ..I Bldg. • 1 1 loi Ida M 1-11-:>..'-, NOTICE UNDFR F CTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tllVBN lhal Hi. untleralirned, deslrlna to enxasr in bnaineaa under the fictltlou* nai I rim "s \vi.inxi-, A MACHINE bHOP at < I'.dmi Hlchway. ITinee'"". Ilo i.!;i Intenda '.. alater nUd n.im. with iii.. Clerk %  •' the Circuit %  "inn 1 of ti nl.Countv, hlorlda w iv MI-I is-s, am, ow ner J. I'AVIO l.rKl'.MAX Attorney for Applicant n. ni'i-ii-is TI 1: NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICE IS HERKHY HIVEN thai iii. UII.>.-r-nwi. dealrlna to enaaga In hrn'negf under the fU-tltloua name of Chuck Daae and His i../\ Oa Bnt.-i PII-.. s .11 Dade Count} IntendM t" reglat'r >•• d name with the Clerk *f tinI'li.ni Court ..i Dade County, Florida THOM vs > ...IANX .* %  ',1 %  1w %  % %  '.IS-2n-2" NOTICE UNDER FICT TlOUS NAME LAW \i.rii' IS HRKKKY UIVPN that Il ,• linrtel I' ':. .-^ rm T. r the name of %  'Ell l"TTT**'i ^ "1" I \V ••: VKP.MR -"I s W 'ii Court MI imi. i'i.1 i-t. 11 • aid n imi iili the 1 "lerk of Ii 'Ircull Court of I '.nl. Count} %  %  ABC Pundlpfi 1 %  •. Inc. '. : K ESSI.I :it A 1 !ARS 1 1 ...... i%  • < r •,,.. I,,,.. IMS s \\ • -: 81 Miam PI 1. %  1-11-18-So NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, ITH 1: 1. 11 i.-iM.-.. v -ivi-v,1 Hi. unile -i -H. 1 deali .. %  ; ... naage IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. C3C 1O038 THE WIL.LIAM8UUR.aH SAVIXII.S BANK Plaintiff VB. riti >M.\X A. PATRICK, et u\. .t al, I lefendnnt NOTICE OF SUIT Aator R. Carlson aurl Beatrloa A. Carlson, his w |ft, ] I Hi -IMI Avenue Auroni, Illin..is Vim are hereby n.,rfi..l that the above raptb.netl ai'tlmi has been InKtltuted .ir.iin-i you In th. Circuit Court of tb.eleventh .imii.-i.-ii circuit of Plorlda In and for DM* I'ouniy to foreclose n mnrtanae upon the inliiiwin^ de.-cribi-il r.al property: l^.l IS, Rtock 4 SCOTT I.AKK MANOR, SECTION ONE, according to 1I1. Pint thereof, recorded In Plat Book .".7 at Page 7" of the Public Recorda ..t Dade County, Florida, together with Suburban i:.-,s Wall Tvp,Chvn Model 944 No, K-11S; subini.in 1 Burner i;-.i< Surface Inlt Mod.l 714 No. '.-'-".; Hotpoint HifilL-.-nii..r x... 7L'U>:t!i; Venetian Hlln.lv: Itirade Water Neater Model SS0-! I 'X No 1 II Yon are ivipilred to file vimr answer In plaintiffs complaint with the ilerli ..f the MforesaM Court, and nerve R .•.".> thereof upon plaintiff's artprnej MARTIN ITNK. mil Floor. I M.I. Pederal Building, Miami 82, limiila not later than November 5th, 11*63, or a Decree Pro Confeaeo will hi enteri il against vou. 1 lATED: Octobei I, 1983. 1: B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of tin circuit Court -. :< I B) 1'. I' I'I IPELAN] 1 Deputy Cl.rk MARTIN PINE Ainu n.-> f..iI'lalntlff ii Ploor Dade Pi deral Bldg. Miami 3!, i-'loii.la 10 I-1I-1S-2S I. %  in. v S i 11 -I I • S 'i. • 120 Lb In R 1 I, Ml s.l ll 1 I. Ii, of Hi1 11 11.1 • "oui 1} Kl 1 IRWIN PI.' s,.!.. 1 lu 11 ill. M ...., Ill of I %  ml 11. '. h In•1.1111. With the Court ..f Dade 1 K 1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE F _FVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C-8707 (Vann) ULEASON, .lit as AdmlnlatraV'eti ins Afl.iii -. an 1 ni leer ..f Ii .1 si.it. s ,.i vim 1 i a, in i n 11 -neb office, and iii. Ir assigns, ntlff, • IIARLKH 1. BVBRS, JR., et ux, '• : I .Ills NOTICE OF SUIT II VHLES 1. i:\l.l;s. IR and I.TTA M IK i:\i:i:s i hllllpg Street :. Ohio Mtti III:I:I:I:V XoTlPiED n biougbl 11 -.111.-: lll.KASl IN, .11: .1\ %  \ • '• anAll. HI -. n Ihi Cnlted St.it. of Ami %  1 in .1 ..1 1 .-. %  1 II I' .l.-ivlis. '" 1 he follow Inn uperiy, lu %  16, • I en:r > 11 CAROI. 1 ITY .... age 1 I I ;. I the Clerk ol III. %  lot Hat, I K \li. \.\ A CAi s.M .' • 1. rni %  : luln .1 1 iv thi 1. Ii • ..ii fall ti iki '1 • -i •' 1 '• cree Pro %  mfi • ••• | 1 for the 1 .; %  nit. 1 hli -in, .,. 1 ... a, P t. mber. >' % %  B LEA THERM \N lerk o| the i'i ,-..ii Court I'aib 1'.. mt). Florida '" l; > ; c. p. ciiiin.AXii I'ep ity Clerk '• ""••' % %  Kaplan ,vCatsroan 1 i'iItulidtng "J Plrsl .-ileet %  ''' %  %  Plorute I It, i" 1-11-p 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of t E TTF.RS NITirc ill ^'fTiT'OU, NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREBV HIVEN -.I i, r 1l1.1t ii-, bnsin. ss under the fictitious name of 1 RANK PHIPPh REALTY at UMIS I .ui"f I Bldg., Miami. Pla., intends t.i register said name u tb the clerk i.f III.I 'Il l-tlll 1 '..mi .I i.nl. I I' PRANKLIN I: PHIPPS Hole lv m in 1-. %  NOTICE UNDER FrCTiTIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CB IS HEREBY GIVEN that ib. undersigned, desiring lo engage In business under the fictitious name of KNCINEKRINti KEPROD II'TIKX SKRVICKM .H 129 X \V. Tilt Av.-.. Miami, l..i.. Intend to register nald name with tb, Clerk o( the Clrcull Coui t of Dade Coant). PI01 Ida, CIO >RtE TRENCHER PHILIP A PKl.n.MAX Partners la l-lt-lS-23 NOTICE UNDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 11.. IIII.I. 1 iilgm .1. il. -ii Inu i" engage In bnslni sindi 1 1 he flci I'll INE1 1: %  al 11.: "7 S U 27lh A v. 1 on 1 %  %  '. 1, PI %  in i nd to said % %  '' %  'I; of %  In 1 ni Com 1 .•; 1... le 1 'ounty, I I 1 %  V/ I'''' 1 1 lv •!( '•' > W-I.1.ISCH I. CRT VVHI.I IS. II lleinx 111 in 1-11-1^-25 IN T HF ron'M+v Jlirifir-.e <-IIHT I^J A M fQ "\-^e rni i*iTy, FLORIDA IN PPOEATE No. 50732-C S %  • -• -M I MOTIv > OS" iMTt- -. • TO MKP /VPPI ITA-T-r.' r-r>r* e. c^r.r>iiTQfvj A 1 D FINAL DISCHARGE \. .. 'I have 1 • %  • %  nd P'n %  a M. %  !•!•'at on the • %  1 • the llonornhle 1 lit .: II' P|, i.. BP1 %  ^ .'I Hi ..: 1: nl • 1st I I' : %  Of lilted NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni'lii'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that nnty. Hi. iin.l. 1-i^n.-.l. .te-iiing to -ntnire in business under the Mcnttoug nan. ..1 I ATIENT CENTER OPTICAL SERVICE .11 ::ii'l S.W, :':'ii.l Street, Miami. Pla., Intend to register said name with th. Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ..f Dude County, Plorlda. JACK II MlXlOS and A. M liRETTLER I'JIIII. M VRVIN I. WIENER, Esq. H1.1 Alnsli > Bldg., Miami. Ila. Alton %  k Barnes ami A. M P.i. nl. .In : IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59616A IN RE: K-tai. .1 MARY ELIZABETH MARZANE, I IrrraSeil. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All i'1-eiiit..iand AII Person Having Claims 01 Demands Against Said Estate: Vi ip, and each of you are hereby n-.tlfied ami required t.. present an) claims ami demands which you, or •Hller of you, msa have against the Estate of MARY ELIZABETH MARKANE, Deceased, late ol Dade County, Ifiorlda, to the honorable of the County Judges' Court, Dadi County, Florida, and to file the same In the office of the Count} Judgi In the Dade County Courthouse, Miami, Plorlda, within six calendar months from th date nf the flrSl publication in roof. Raid claims ..r demands to %  •nialii the lojrnl ailrii.-..f tli. .i.iirii am and tn be sworn to anil presented us aforesaid, or same will be barred RICHARD H. MARZANE c o Richard M. Sepler, Eisq, III" Hlaleab I Hive llial.-ab, Florida AS Kxei lltiir ..I the l.-llle nf Mary Elisabeth Marsane RICHARD M. KEPLER Attorney for Estate pm Hlaleah Drive liiabah, Florida J/J7, 10/4-11-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORrOA,, IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, Ne 63C 9350 POLI.AR HAVINGS RANICOFTHE CITY OF NEW YORK Plaintiff, vs. PIIII.IP HERN Mill HEAGNKY ami VIRGINIA A. RBAONEY, his wife, I lel'eliilants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Philip Bernard Heagne} and Virginia A Heagne} .hiwife, Itiu War 1 1 1 Avi 1111. Hawthortle, N". York You are hen i.> notified that the nhove capttoned action has been Instituted ngalnsi you in the Clrcull Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit "f 1 inrlila In anil for Dade Counrj t. los< rtzage upon the following flescrlbed real 1 r*perti : I.01 1 Block 7'i SECOND VDDITION TO CAROL CITY. Recording t.. th. liai thereof recorded In Plat Book H.'i ..1 Page in of the Public Reci rinf Dade County, Floilda, together "i'li a G.E. Garbage Disposal FA7m8R; i I.E. Refi Igi 1 itor l.U'-l 1. Vein li.in Blinds; 1 I.E. I K. 11 ami Range .I-"-.-, and J-S07 [11 In): Travt -.• Rods, You are retiutred to file your answei to plaintiffcomplaint with tin Clerk • %  I the aforesaid Court, and serve a • %  • pj ih. reof upon plaintiff's attorne< MARTIN PINK, 1 lib Fl •, I M.I. Fed• ial II illdlng, Miami 32, IIi rlda not i ;• 1 than 1 ictoiier loth, 1963, or a P.. 1.Pro i-.. in..--., will 1.. • ucalnsf ion. DATED: September 23 B. 1: i.i:Aiin.i:.\i v \ ( "l. ii, ..f ih, 1 %  Ircull 1 "ourt Weal) B} 1 P COPELAND 1 'eptity Clerk M VRTIN FINE An.,1 n. j for Pig ntiff %  mi 1 loot I'.,,1, Fi Ii ral Bldg. Mi.nni 12, h.orlda 9 27. '"i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +J€nisfi Fk>r£afisn7 solicits your legal notice*. W appreciate youf patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN th.i the ninb rslgued, desiring lo engage h business under the fictitious name 0' I7L DtiHAlHi APTS., at 1015 N.K 183rd Street, No. Miami Beach, il. Intend to register said name with th Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad County, Florida. ABRAHAM SAMET A NX IK SAMET Bach :.!•', .Myers. H.iinan, Kaplan A: Catsinan Attorneys for Applicant 1 1.10 S.W 1st St., -Miami 10/4-11-1S-2' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha ib. underahtned, desiring to engagi b l-n-iliesill,.:, r the fictitious name p STANLEY Ml-:i.i: \ A.-SuClATKS 1 8801 Collins Avenue, Miami BeaCl Florida Intends t-. register said nam with the Clerk or tb,. circuit Coar 01 Dade Count} Floi Ida. DONNET-ilELllA-UELLACK ASSIM'I \ii:s. INC. MILTON A. PRIEDM \.\ A 11 .1 ney for Appliealil II11 Alnsle) Bldg. Miami, 1 lorlda 1.1 i-n-is-J-: 17th da} BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS I Reproduced an '. Bond Paper i WHILE YOU WAIT Cosh A Carry Serving Miami Since 1948 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 1 1 !•.!. LKSTEH BI %  •* 'M rnWRB ,\. MANNHEIMER Attorn. %  < Son 1 en,..ni Ptasa Centi r Miami ::.', Plorlda Si I %  I %  NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that idt-rsigned, desliing tn engagi In IIUK iindei lh 1 %  lltious nnmi • y..\.f 'i: 1 IAS and of Nil III I %  I \s l.\\ Pi I'errlne, lioriia Intend to register Bald nameH ,ii 1 •...11 1 .,r Cti.MKT 1AM t'OMPAN V 1:1 \n.li • r. Smith, PII PHILIP IU.OO.M 1 Ii m.in. Kaplan .\ 1 man Aiior for Applicant %  in l-ll STATEMENT OF OWNERSH P. MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION lAct of October 23. 1962: Section 4369. Title 39, United States Code) I 'ai • 1 Sept. lit*. IWW: title ..I deci ilicatl 1, Phe Ji w Ish h lorldian IN THE COUNTY Jl.0-.Eb COURT IN AND FOR DAOF COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60668-A IN RE: Estate of HENRY SCISOREK Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All p. nHaving claims .,r Demands Aga nst bltld Estate: >..ii are hereb} notified and rcimreii : % %  presenl an} claims and demands \\ hlcn "ii 'i a> ii.n • %  against In eatate % %  HENRY ."1st illKK dei I., 1.1 i lade • '.".ini>. Ploi Ida, 0 the Count} Judge) 1 Dade 0>unty, • ml fii. 1 hi -1 me In their offlci th.Count} 1',nii th. a*, ii Dade County, Florida, within six. 1 lender months i, m ibe .iii. .a iii. %  -: publication b. r. .a. .-i : hi -a a 11 1 barred. SKI.MA RICKLES, Kxi %  ainix II VRRY STEINBERtl \ 11.. • J". Arthur 1 lodl 1 e) Road ill.inn lb a. h, I'...1 Ida 10 11-18 -'.".. II I freipnii' \ of i -a., weekly; locution of known office ol publication, 1*0 N K %  ii, si Miami, i-ioriiia 183101: as atlon of the b. .I'lipia i.ior genera] business iiffices "i the publish. -i 1J" N.K Btfa St.. Miami. K|..,„l:i IRS KM. Publisher, l-i.-.l K, Shochi 1. 120 N.E 6th St.. Miami. Ii. j-iibi 131 Hi editor, Pied K. shnchit, IJ11 N.E. 8th St.. Miami, Floilda Sal 1)1; managing editor, 1 -r.-d K. tihovhet, i-'" N.E. 8th St., Miami, Plorhla J3S101, Owner: Fred K. Shoehet, P • 1. P. J:-7;:. Miami. 1 Ida S3101; iab.l Sliochet. P. tl. II. J9W, Miami. Floilda ..:'l"l. IA Paltn.rslilpl. Known bondholders. morlgageos, ami other secinii.N holders owning or holding 1 per,ni or more of total amount of bonds, mortgagee or other s. curlii. x.'ii.. Ayeraare x.. ..i,... eAch Issui ,im inr pfeeedhlg 12 nionllii'. ial Xo .-..pb s printed I8,0#D Pi i.l 1 ii liilalb.n; To 1. tin -ni.r i> 1 i>> mail, cgniei .i. ii\.n ..I b) ..ib. 1 means Salei I'ir..null .-tu.ni-. n.-w dealers or otherwise 100 ii. distribution (Including Bamples) l\ mall, carrier deliver}', 01 b} ..ii. in. ans Total No, of copies ilisii United 1 1 Ify ib.it 1 !„ %  statemi nts made b} me above are iprrecl and complete FRED K. sin ICHBT Publlshei IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LLEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9044 THE A'lLLIAMMIU'RUIl SAVLVOS BANK Plaintiff vs. JACK D. MA YES nid VELM \ .1 M \vi:s. inwife, I II 1. ,1.1:, lit NOTICE OF SUIT i'i 1 Jack 11. Ma and v. bna 1 M.i' is. i,is wit, 1:, si, I. 11. I'nknown ami if remarried, tin r unknown s .-.-, If living and 11 di ad, 1 he unknow n heirs, il %  grantees, assignees, lleuors, 1 11 -. trust.-. or 01 her claimant* %  la lining by, through, under or ngau si any of 1 %  ala e named defendantN wl < eased. You ai,hereb} n n fled : ial I hi 11 %  .1 action has In 1 11 iiBtituted agnlnsl j nu in the 1 ii 1 uli t of tin ri. enth iu.ij. |„| %  .. of Plorlda in and for I M.I. I '.... th. follown., ib KCI H11 d real !•• %  I, HUH 13, PINK 1 ,:.• MAN. OR, SECTION iii to thPlat th...a-. ,,. 01 Iks* Bi B Pal ,1,. Pni.a, Iti 01 its M Duili 1' mnt: Plot N •"'i' in : 111 the Clerk of 1 mrve a ci.j MARTIN I INK, I4lh I i ii lid ng, \i %  1 II, ,. • ber p".;. or a 1 .. ,. pro ,..•'. sso I.I entered ttgatnsl you. I IA 11:1 %  Si in .11 %  :'•;. 1983, 1:. P.. LE v 'HER.M \X Cli rk of the 1 "In all 1' (seal) H> : C. >' Ct PELANI 1 i '• 1 %  1 MARTIN FINE \i... n. > for Plaintiff 14th Flo, ,|l;,.!, |-..,|, .,, I ;|,| l Miami ::.'. Ilorlda i'i i-ii-iv-:-: NOTI. E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW xifin-K is ni-:i:i:iiY mvEN thai the undersigned, deairlng to rni In i.u-im -under the fictitious nam. ol 1-'II:ST PLACE for trophli at 1810 w. 4th Avenue, Hlaleah intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ,,1 Dade County, Florida. TROPHY WORLD, INC V27. 18/4-11-18 NfOTtCE UNDER FICTlT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlk" ih. undendknea, de'si.ing to engagi P i.n-ine...under tHe ib titioun nami a 1-11ILAL RIDGE Al-rs at -".••'. s.u ,:i, street, Miami, l lorhla Intends t> :-. c-1. r s.ii.i name with the Clerk % %  It i %  it of 1 Wide Count: • Florida. CAR DQ I:XTFI!PI:ISI:S, IXC a 1 I no atlon I i P.i IBKRT Ki il.TXirw Attorne) CARBO ENTERPRISES, INC. 1 |U4 Blsca .n. BufldtnK Miami, Florida !> 27, 10 l-ll-f NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.i ihi undersigned, desiring to engage ,..-n. esiindei the fictltlona name Ot PIP.I.I. RE \\.r\ ii.|;P .1 I. a KlI'.U.I. APTS .1 801-815 Michigan Ave Miami Beach. Put Intends to reginti si ,1 nam. iclih in. clerk of MM cull 1' 1 01 I' ide 1 ount), Florida. i:il:ll.I. REALTY CORP. Rubin rnnuckler, Pres. sole ,,\\ II. 1 LEON A EPSTEIN Au. rney for OM ner v :•:, in 1-11-1NOTICE UNDER FICT,TlOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that llie undersigned, desiring t< engagi 1 business under :h. fictitious nami SELBY SHOK SALON at MS l.iiic.li. Road Mall. .Miami Beach •, l-la.. intends I" regiater said name with I li 1 'lerk of the Circuit Court of P id County. Fi LEE-J< 1, INC., %  Floi ida Corp. Sole 1 iwnei I'.M'I. K\\ ITXI:Y AI torne} foi 1.-Jo, Inc. i_" Lincoln Rd., Miami Bench S9, Fla i" 1-11-11.-2 ,th will NOTICE UNDER FICTiTlOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.t\ i:x that ih. undersigned, desiring lo rngng! In htii in. 1 • hi fi. tltlo i„ 11 SCN I'IISMPTI.-S ,v 1IEAI TY VII>S in I2S4 X.K. l.'.ii.l -1 ,. \,. Miami Reach int. mis 1., :, M-I. I -,ii.l n: with the clerk of the Circuit Court ol Pa,1. County, Florida SI N BEACTY A B \i:i:i:i: si PPLY ii 1 INC. 1 A l-la. 1'..! 1. 1 10 I-11-18-2J 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 63C 9904 tJohn J. Kehoe) six VNNE l.WI'l and CARL" 1 1 .AM >l, hi r I1.1.-1 i, 1 'lain \ -. ROIIER r It : tl >WN • INSERRATE BRl • N hli ivlfe, 1 al, • AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT Tn Ri 'I IERT I; BRl '\\ X mid Ml >NSERRATI BRl >W N, who %  ., 1 unknow 1 and .ill • lining int. 1 by, nder 1 ag ilns Ri IBER I' It BRi 'W N and Ml IN SERRA i'i: BROWN, bis 1. and all IMII'I lea ha vlng <>, clainiIII_ to n.i\ an) right, titii 0 Interest In the property hi .1. -. t'lbed ^i n ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tha h.ib.in hi,might against you h\ .-1 iSANNE I. Win ami CARLO LAN 11| to foreclosi an l>greement Hi Deed on the following described prop • in. to-a it : l...t 7. in Block I, of PINEWOOt) PARK i:.Vi'i:xsiti\. according f. the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat I k M, Page 1, of the Public l!.s.onls ni Dade Couflty, 1lorlda; and you are requllind to serve a rop^..; youi answei to th. Amended Complaint upon the Plaintiffs' nttorn.\s I Kl-:i • AND NEWMAN, SOS Dadi Fed. ral Building, Miami :;:'. Florida, anil fibthe original gnawer In the offic Of the Clerk of the Circuit COUM Made Count} Courthouse, Miami. Florida, on or b. foi. ib. LSI I, day of 1 lot oh.-r. 1883. 11 you fall to do so, .-. Iiecree Pro Cowfesso will be enterei against you 1. r the 1 ellel demand! %  In th. Ami ndi .1 1 'omplalnt. p.ii..1 this :',pi ii.,\ of September, 1: P. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 '.1.1. Couni >. Plot iia '-•all Bv; K M LYMAN Deput i 'lerk I'RED AND NEWil \X R03 Dade Pi di 1 ,1 Building Miami S3, Florida 10 1-11-19



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PGge 12-B Je*lsti Fk>rid/torn Friday, Cc'-obei II 1963 UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Simchas Torah TISHRI 22nd and 23rd Days October 10th and 11th Jo our rnanvt jrriends and^sustorners and J heir -Tamilics..


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Friday. October 11. 1963 vJwisti ncrktian Page 5-A Inescapable Past Shadows Jewish Community of Germany Theae ae some25.000 Jews living in West Germany today. They are the remains of a 625,oOO-strong Jewish communityprior to the emergence of the .Nazi Third Reich. Nate Perlmutter, director of the Florida Regional Ottice oi the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. visited the principal Jewish communities during his iiist-completed official tour of :he West German Federal Republic. "Thy live almost entirely in Frankfort, Berlin, Colcjne, grid Hamburg," he told The Jewish Floridian, adding that "there is no question more sensitive to the German Jew than to ask him why he still lives in Germany." Pcrlnuiltor said that, for one Thnif. they will be quick to tell Mm "we make our living here." For another, they want you to understand that "this is our home." Many have been to Israeli and returned, unable to adjust to the demands of the immigration process. Berlin Most Alive "An even more interesting phenomenon." according to Perlmutter, "is that some aren't even native Germans. Shipped to concentration camps there, 'hey stayed after the liberation." The Florida ADL executive said that "Berlin is the most alive of all the Jewi>h communities in Germany today—and it is the best adjusted. Berliners want you to know that some 5.000 of them were successfully hidden by their Christian neighbors during the Nazi era. Of course, it is impolite to ask what happen<-n to the other 250.000." But the tragic schism in philosophic reasoning of an otherwise economically strong Jewish community in a new Germany whose official government policy is philo-Semitic was best illustrated for Perlmutter at a debate he attended in Frankfurt, where during a meeting, he heard a group of people arguing: "Are we German Jews or Jews in Germany?" Said Perlmutter: "II is I rue li.it if a vole were taken, those supporting the 'Jews In Gern.ii.y" position would have won ij a narrow margin, on the Iher hand, it seems symbolic i the era thai those supporting h<'German Jews' concept had taken on themselves the difficult task of affirming their lives n the present rather than dwell ng on the past—even though the past is a huge shadow forever iuiking in the background and from which no one can reasonably escape." A Bitter Contrast One of Perlmutter's most poignant experiences was his visit lo a cemetery in Frankfurt where he beheld a cluster of 748 graves, memorializing persons •*ho died between January and March. i42. "They were all Miicides, who reacted to the first Nazi deportaiion orders," Perl nutter noted. "As contrast, and It was a biter contrast, in another Jewish emetery, I saw a huge wall on A'hich were engraved the names •I officers and men who gave heir lives for das Yaterlaiul" luring World War I." The relationship between Israel and West Germany today, said Perlmutter is a healthy one. It is best typified by the firm Berlin Jewish habit at official functions to raise the "ags of Berlin and Israel on'y. They have yet to add the flag of the Federal Republic. Perlmutter note.l that there 's a substantial student exchange Program between the two counties, "and Germans always ....... .,.<*>}. Before Congress Hall in West Berlin is Nate Von Schweinitz, Perlmutter's host during part Perlmutter (second from left), executive direcof his stay in the Federal Republic of West tor of the Florida Region of the Anti-DefamaGermany, tion League of B'nai B'rith. At his right is Graf \.ur Perlmutter, executive director of the Florida Region, A>\:iDefumation League <>f B'nai B'rith. hoi fu*f returned fro* an extensive trip to the Federal Republic of VAVst Germany. Pe Imutter ieai Invited h> the Bonn Government to be part / a ten-man Al)l. muaion to explor? how the Ameruun experience %  n coinnntimi; bigotry would uppk to Germany and to observe the growth of democratization there. Thii IN the last in a tuio*lMr| leriej teaching about the past and in instructing for a democratic future. "But when students cor home." said Perlmutter, "th -. check with their parents, w are promptly at a loss to explain their questions about the N; :. era. As a consequence, this between generation' seems Creasingl) to be enmeshed > %  the values of the classroom the one hand and the silence E their homes on the other." Solving the Dilemma How do they solve the dik "• ma? "By turning to materials concerns," according lo Perlm • ter. "by a fantastic interest automobiles and gadgets — ag something we in America kr first-hand." In the face of this tren: Perlmutter said that "histo-, is being written accurately > West Germany for the fir; time today. The swastika ep demic there several years ago was the direct reaction to tr- trend. Before that, history stopped at Bismarck." As Perlmutter sees it. Federal Republic has the --a states rights' problem that exists in America. It is one thing i.-. Bonn to encourage the writing of new and honest history boo :But it is quite another to enforc the use of these texts in the ci ttry's many Laender, which -^s the equivalents of our states want you to know how wonderfully well the students get along among themselves." A Healthy failure And how about adult Germans on a tour of Israel? "Our reception." they tell you. "is correct. It is cool. How else could it possiblv be?" Offlc'al German philo-Semitism seems to have seeped down even to this level "i the country's expt rience But if German youth are sensitive about their relation:hip to Jews and Israel, there seems to be an increasingly healthy failure en their part to single out poonle as "saeelfleally Jewish." Perlmutter ssid that he spoke to mar." your-jsters who listed their favorite American hero?s to beJerry Lewis and Benny Goo-fman, among others. "Asked if they knew that Lewis and Goodman are Jewish, they merely replied: 'Really?' "On the other hand." noted Perlmutter. "in one classroom oi 25 teenage students, our delegation inquired how many of the class had ever seen a Jew Only two raised their hands." Noted Perlmutter: "•i ; "r's nearest victory was to make Germany just about Judcnre-n. As a consequence, the image of Jews [ in Germany today is the image of Israel." As for the German Jewish ties to a traditional Jewish oast, "not %  one person sooke Yiddish at a j meeting of 40 Jews I attended in Frankfurt." 'Click-Click' Memories what of Germany's future as Europe's most vital country, ceo nomically and militarily, on the continent today? According to Perlmutter, "the army is highl) democratized. I sat in on their political education classes, where German troops nol only learn about the Third Reich and its evils, but about the dignity oi | man within a democratic frame work, in fact, German soldiers todaj consider themselves as civilians in uniform The ADL official noted that "this is especially apparent from my talks with high-ranking officers who deplored that they are not allowed to teach the traditions of the German Army. But an even more significant factor is that just about every German soldier I met seemed to need a haircut. This is a far cry from 'tradition' and the German military past." Nevertheless. Perlmutter admitted that "when you bear the ink elic-k' of their marching you remember history. And it seems to do little good." he added, "that sociologists in the universities repeatedly told me about the 'crumbling authoritarian structures' in Germany today, not only in the army, but in the family, as well, apparently reflecting some of the American experience here. The "click-click' brings it all back." West German schools have been doing a man-sized effort in At Bergen-Belsen One of Perlmutter's most s shattering experiences was Kaddish on Rosh Hashona at Berg^ • Belsen, "a field on which h.numbers of long low moun'-. Plaques deelaie: 'Here lie 2.5* or "Here lie 1.500.' and th stretch as far as the eye c. a see. I was there on a week da now almost twenty years afl the Hitler era. Yet, scores f i Continued on Page 13-A %  | >. l> .'. Ml -K; i %  N \l\ Ntt I'R \t. SIMRII s l?fo C\LVLRI DIST CO. LOCISVILLE, Kf, Soft Whiskey ibolsvou.lt swallows easy So easy you forget that it's 86 proof



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Page 12-A +Jf.i*t>ncridrian Friday. October 11, 1963 Major Issues Facing Jewish Communities Today Will Keynote CJFWF Assembly Mayor Melvin J. Richard, of Miami Beach, presents Alfred Rowen (third from left), president of North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith, with a proclamation designating the week of Oct. 13 to 19 as B'nai B'rith 120th Anniversary Week. Left is Nate Glickman, past president of the group, and far riqht is Moe Finegold, president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. 500 Expected Will Attend Breakfast Honoring 120th Anniversary B'nai B'rith More than 500 persons, including city officials and community leaders, are expected to be on hand when B'nai B'rith celebrates its 120th anniversary with a giant birthday party at the Everglades Hotel on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Honored guests for the celebration will be the Mayors of Miami, Miami Beach, No. Miami Beach. West Miami, Coral Gables, Surfside, Hollywood, and Joe Boyd. chairman of the County Commission. Highlight of the anniversary breakfast will be the induction of 120 new members of the orWhen your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calls When your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new tiome, your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from the religious, civic and business leaders our community | ganization by Judge Milton A. Friedman, past president of District 5. The new members, representing various lodges in Oade County, will participate in a unique ceremony by lighting 120 candles to symbolize the many years of service the organization has rendered since its start in 1843. Guest speaker for the occasion will be Robert I. Upton, of Durham. N.C., president-elect of District 5, and current district membership chairman and member of the national membership committee. Proclamations are being readied by the mayors of the various communities designating the week of Oct. 13 to 19 as •B'nai B'rith 120th Anniversary Week." The local celebration is being sponsored by the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges, headed by Maurice rinegold. president. Forty-two leading educators, welfare officials, social scientists, rabbis and medical experts will contribute their views to a symposium !on •'Major Issues Facing the OrIganized Jewish Community," which w'll keynote the 32nd t;>'ii era! Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare FtindS at the Diplomat Hotel from Nov. rj to 10. The appraisals they submit will "o>m the basis tor the Assembly's opening address on Wednesday evening. Nov. 6. by Louis Stern, of Newark, N.J.. CJFWF president. More than 1,200 delegates will participate in over 50 meetings which will develop from this basic presentation. The delegates represent 218 central community organizations serving more than 5,000,000 Jews in the United States and Canada. On Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7. the focus in the first major session to flow out of the symposium will be on federation flexibility in response to changing situations, needs and responsibilities. The delegates will also examine priorities and patterns of financing and evaluate means of attracting and sustaining new leadership. Two key Assembly meetings Friday morning will examine American Jewish responsibility for overseas aid in the light of changing needs for rehabilitation and reconstruction in Israel, Europe and other foreign lands. On Saturday morning. Nov. 9, the traditional Assembly Sabbath sermon will be on "Jewish Principles on the Anvil of Conflict: Five Years Alter the Syna JU Bombings in Hie South. At the Asssmhlb*r-u* PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED K.n'S £ !" J r Z T ph ? ne in *••" wn name. Le.. tn.n *5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721



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Page 10-A +JewishncrM&r> Friday, October XI. 1963 = FKelicfioMS ^_^< ervtces Jltis Weekend AUOOATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle ave. Drthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. i Jn> 'i pin. HnUirnaj S:l n a.m Hern The PhtloHoph) nj Kin. Boloi. i. A^SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Joseph Picus. piescent. • FETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con' servative. Rabui Norman N. Shapiro. I Cantor William W. Lioson. ['> I u in. Satui da> '•• n m Bar %  *i (kvah: Robert rS-anklln, nun u( Mr. I • i i Mm Arthur Wlnti r, BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. i. jaj r>:45 |i in Haturda} Sti u m. moil: "I I the HeRlnnlng." BETH EMETH VEHUDAH MOSHE. 3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. i' Ja) ti p.m. Saturday 8M3 a.m. • — EETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottm.in. I Da) 6:4.8 i'in Saturday II bum. and l H.m. • —EETH JACOB. 301-311 Washinoton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. r'-Juay r,:i". p.m', Katurdaj v "'" a.m. ;• nion: "Tin: I'.-rf. % %  < fin %  '. ." EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. •Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. 7 :d> 5:45 p.m. faliirOay s:45 a.m. .ftfion: "A X. w f.iiillii.nl 1:1p.Tn. "he gprtlon of the i-m" 6 p.m. I acumyon, "In the Beclnninjc." • -— EETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secretary. EETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • idj 1:15 p.m. Mlncha ann Maariv. • turds)' 8:80 a.m. • EETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ber-Zion Kirschenaaum. %  1day 6 p m. Mlncha and Maariv. r .turdai 8:45 a m Bar Mltavah: Alan, .-.i of Mr. and Mrn Sam Kiraner. • : 3NGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi <• braham Strassfeld. rADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. 1 .'l:,\ B:15 p.m, Sermon: "The lliil%  i Saint* Saturda) 8:30 a.m. Bar %  lavish: llirry, son "i Mi and Mrs. rnadd 'apian. _AGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. i iday C:4."i p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar tzvah: Lawrence, aon of Mr. and a, fthlne) 'Ji onawaM. KEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. ilia) : ".l"' p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. anil i p.m. Mtncha, &f -OLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi | EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR £ Wanted By Large Miami Conservative Congregation Submit Application to E. D., % Box 2973, Main Post Office, Miami 1 < % Replies Kept Confidential A milestone in the history of Temple Emcsnu-El is depicted at this meeting held in the old building at 1415 Euclid Ave. In 1946. Samuel Friedland, Dr. Lehrman and Joe Rose (seated) and George J. Talianoif (standing) meet to blueprint a building fund campaign for construction of a new temple for their congregation. Groundbreaking took place on Dec. 22, 1946. Cornerstone laying was Feb. 27, 1948, and the building was completed in 1950 at 1701 Washington Ave. Dr. Irving Lehrmcn will be honored en the occasion of his 20th anniversary here Oct. 19. (See related stories, Page 6-A.) David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Cantor Louisj Cohen. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantpr Abraham Seif. OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I l i iIii \ v3n p.m. Sermon: "What \\ • Khould Look rVrward To." Sat irda) 9 a.in. Sermon: "Sldrah f Bereahlt." liar Mltavah: Mark, >'•" of Mr. and Mr* Rob. n Tolta. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 75C0 SW ... CANDUUGHTING Tim 23 Tishri — 5:38 p.mSimchas Torah Celebration Needed the Whole Year 3y RABBI HAROLD RICHTER Dade Heights Congregation The services of Simchas Tor1. the Rejoicing of the Torah, iffer drastically from our mode f worship me rest of the year. .n this holiday, we tend to dis• eme with the decorum and jphistication usually associated .ith the modern synagogue. It a real "Chasunah." a Jewish ',-edding. We dance and sing i ith the Torah. We hold a "ehupah" (canopy) made of a alis" as we conclude the last i ortion of the Torah, ard also ~ we begin it anew. The one who gets the honor &f i finishing the Torah is called ne "chosen Torah." the brideI room of the Torah, and the one i ho begins the Torah is called ne "choson B'reshis," the bnde. ."vom of the beginning. Undoubtedly, those who have I itnessed the true Simchas Toraa spirit are deeply moved by us uninhibited spiritual expression of Jewish joy. But we ciay ask: "Should this spirit ot I wship be reserved only for ,'mchas Torah? Might we not alto infuse some of it into our i.rvices the rest of the year?" While most of us will agree t h at mundane conversations have ro place at our worship, the overemphasis on decorum tends to stultify our need for selfi ipression in prayer. Rabbis, < antors and choirs seem to be living a performance; the con„ egants have been reduced to RABBI HAkOlO RICHTER infusing expressiveness listeners rather than participants. Perhaps we may be able to beautify our service if some of that Simchas Torah expressiveness might be infused into our services. More communal singing would certainly add beauty to our worship. Also, prayers, according to Jewish tradition, must be audible. While we are encouraged to listen to the still small voice, does not the Psalmist say, "Serve the Lord with gladness, come before Him with song." 120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:13 |i.m. Batoraa) l' 1 a.m. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 37 NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. l'rlilay .vl'.ii p.m. Barmon : "HtfcinninK Again." Saturday !• a.m. Sermon: "' i IH-.MS." a __ TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Conviser. Friday S:t3 p.m. Sermon: "TwentyOne Yiars Latter—Anthe Ixnuea <'..nfrontlng Kellglon DHferent?" .Saturday lu: Ifa.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. TEMPLE EMSNU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine Lehrmarv Cantor Hirsh Adler. i Friday ii p.m. Katurday n a.m. Bar i Miuvah: Michael, von of Mr. and Mm, Adolph BchwarU. Junior nervlcea in %  chool aa8embly hall 10:30 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot \ Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Frlda) B:1B p.m. Sermon "The I'ni! liil Nation* the New Creation of the L'nlvi rw." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca : Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards, r'rlda) \ p.m. blmchai Torah nervlce Children will participate. Saturda) i" :;".i i". liar Mitivah: Allen Mltchi II, BOH of Mr. and Mra. Leatei MarKollr • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 7 p.m. rAmchnu Torah procei alon. Baturday B a in. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. anc Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Saturday B:4B a.m. Bar Mltavah: Alan, (on of Mr. and Mr* Bdward Leveton, TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Saturda) 7 a.m. Mtnyon. <> U" |, m. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rah bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Friday B:tS p.m. Hermon: "if Bara Lived Today." Raturday li a.m. New students i" the Kelialous School will b.conaecrated. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. rUbbt Hyman Gross. TEMPLE ZAMORA. ~4 Zamora ave Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ber Dickson. Friday If p.m. Saturday k:4'. a. in S.rmon: • %  Tho K.ttinnlnK of il,^ Torah." TEMPLE ZION. 5720~SW 17th it Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan man. Cantor Leo Urlich. Friday c p.m, Blmohaa Torah Baturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlicvnli: Itk-hnnl con of Mr. ami Mrs. MJlJon Abram TIFERETH ISRAEL~500 N. Miami : ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wern.ck. Cantor Albert Glantz. in.lay B:30 i. m Snturdaj I a.m. VOUNO ISRAiU..* ^o" NE 171 st Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber I'TTdaj I |ii, bitturday :• ., m THIS IS ONE OF OUR 337,111 BRANCH OFFICES THAT'S RIGHT. 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: rge 8-A mjgrttt ihridiatr! Friday. October 11, 1963 (WiMi'.,i.of the high-school studenti at West End HS in Birmingham, Ala.. i -cring Gov. Wallace and jeering Negroes admitted to their school. each case the energies and intensity of youth had been invoked a cause, although the gulf between the causes was great. In each case, doubtless, the students reflected, with fewer inhibitions, the nigs (.1 their elders. One can guess what moves the Vietnamese students: a general test against a repressive regime which has clamped down upon 1 religious majority. But what is it that moves the white Birmingii students and their parents? What is it that gives them the feel. —in this crass, mud-bedraggled, hate-filled operation of theirs— :;.;• they arc embarked on some sort of crusade? Unless we get r -ne inkling of ,hi>, we shall never understand the inwardness of the isive resistance that the Southern states are now applying even 1, the token school integration required by the Supreme Court. Nor thai] we be able to guess how much longer it will take before the agle lor equal Negro right, can be won. • • • Obviously much of the Southern intensity is political, because Nevotes would end .white supremacy and also the supremacy of white ctionaries. obviously also, much of it is economic, although a s:ight class interpretation (like the Chinese, or that of Cas: who Bays the Negroes wiP not be free until capitalism is overBwn) i.the rankest nonsense. What can be said on the economic ? cis that in the competition lor jobs and profits, many white work. %  and unionists and many white employers do not want to yield 1 advantages they now have. But beyond political and economic factors is the centuries-old sense white superiority over the N'egro as a person. And somewhere in 1 background behind all of this and deeper than anything else, are fears that express themselves in the dominating fear of racial rmarnage • • • In a column on the marriage of Charlayne Hunter, first Negro 10 gra; uate from the University of Georgia, to a white fellow. lent. David Lawrence mentions the "dangers and risks of promot.-, sociji contacts between .Negro and white youngsters." And he Is "The real issue h;is always been and still is integration of the That is simply not so Biological integration is not the issue befor< the American people. The issue is one of equal access to life's i nees. Put negatively, it is the right not to have the door shut in \ r face if you are a Negro child who wants to enter the room which 1 tains >• hat life has to offer—schooling, training, a job, recreation, a .tor, a hospital a flat or house you can pay for, a vote which gives you an equal voice in your community. Put positively it is, as I have tten in an earlier piece, the conjugation of the verb "to be": the me to fulfill your being and become the person you are capable becoming. Neither the government nor the society can guarantee ibis to anyone, for life is too whimsical and tragic. But they can at U. -1 remove the artificial obstacles that stand in the way of one •• in the nation and not of the rest. • • • Nevertheless, I would agree that while race intermixture is not real issue there are many, north as well as south, who think it is. When the lather of Walter Stovall, who married Miss Hunter, hearr 1 IU! it in his Southern town, he said, "This is the end of the world." his eye-, and those of hit; neighbors his son had done the one tinnkable thinWhen the demonstrating white girls at West End : in Birmingham grow hysterical at the thought of Negroes in their ool it 1because they regard it as somehow sexually soiling and ulsivc The psychoanalysts may argue, as John Dollard has done 111classic hook. "Sex and Caste in a Southern Town," that there .---cxual ittraction mixed with this recoil. But at least on the con-< 11level it expresses itself as hostility and hatred. Charlayne Hunter pos*ibly made a mistake in thus giving aminition to the enemies of her people, but who are we to say this to mil dbout a personal choice that goes to the core of her being? m the end. that is what interracial marriage comes down to: a matter ol personal choice—better not made when you are young 1 emotional!] immature, better not made as a symbolic act exssing rebellion 01 idealism—but still a personal choice. • • • That is why I feel strongly that the U.S. Supreme Coort should the problem of the miscegenation statutes in 21 states, which ke it a crime to marry across the racial taboos. On any reading, the light ot recent decisions in other areas, it is unconstitutional the state to tell me whom I cannot marry. If I have any maturity ill know how rocky the road of interracial marriage is likely to 111 terms of sheer social pressures and bigotries and in terms of all conditionings so dilferent in the two lives. But the state has no -mess to tell me it is an unclean thing to do. The state has no busis with taboos. That is for me and those who love me to decide. Dinner to HonorAnsin Sunday f At Doral Beach Traditional Temple Beth Sholurn-Israel Dinner of Tribute will take place Sunday night at the Doral Beach Hotel, with Israel Ambassador Katricl Kaetz presenting the Redemption Year Award to Sidney D. Ansin. Dinner chairman is Louis F. Snctman, and honorary chairman is Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Ansin has been selected to receive the coveted Israel Redemption Award in recognition of his service to the Temple, the community and the State of Israel. Chairman Snetman pointed out that "Ansin has been a stalwart member of the Temple from its earliest years, and has been an rrdent supporter of the struggle for an independent Israel even before the establishment of the state." When the Israel Bond program was launched in 1951, Ansin was a member of the first organizing council for the Greater Miami Israel Bond effort, and was selected to serve as the first congre gational chairman of the Israel Bond program in the community. Ambassador Kaetz. a distinguished member of Israel's diplomatic service, is a noted orator and has been Israel's spokesman at the United Nations. Balkin Lodge Slates Meeting Gilbert J. Balkin B'nai B'rith Lodge will hold a meeting next Wednesday. 7 p.m.. at Peterson's Steak Place, according to Ainslee R. Ferdie. president. Report and tapes of the Citizenship Day broadcast sponsored by the Lodge Citizenship Commit tee under Robert Friedman, Murray Shear and West Miami Councilman Harvey Stahl will be given. Reports of the Oct. 13 B'nai B'rith birthday party, service fund contribution, and ADL activities will be followed by a social program presented by Bruce Hale, coach of the University of Miami basketball team. I J Pam Am Bank In Appointments Dan W. Eastwood, president of Ihe Pan American Bank of Miami, 1 announced this week that M. K. ; Lewis Jr has been named vice president and trust officer. Lewis has been with the bank since 1958, coming here from the Cleveland Trust Company. James H. Robinson has been named assistant vice president. A newcomer to Pan American. Robinson formerly served as credit analyst and secretary to the Senior Loan Committee of the Harris Trust and Savings Bank in Chicago. Completing plans for the Temple Beth Sholom-Israel Dinnei of Tribute honoring Sidney D. Ansin are (from left) Louis F Snetman, dinner chairman, Rnbbi Leon Kronish. spiritual lead er of Temple Beth Sholom and honorary chairman; and lames M. Albert, Temple president. c£ H STRSIT MIAMI MACM LUNCHEONS WEDDINGS ; BANQUETS FASHION SHOWS MEETINGS RECEPTIONS srmviua tt TO It 00. 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Friday. October 11, 1963 JNrfP ftorMii/^r) Page 9-3 EZRA F/NEC01D Zionists to Honor Ezra Fineqold Annual installation of the new l,v-elected president ;md officers the Brandeis Zionist District will take tin' form of a dinner dance; his year, according to Max Has kin. vice president of the district. ,,nd chairman of the affair. Harry C. Caplan, of Miami Beach, will be installed president the I.ombardy Hotel on Wcclncsi venmg, Oct. 30. Raskin announced that Ezra Finegold, outgoing president Of the district, will be honored at | the installation. This will be the first time that the Brandeis Dis' trict has bestowed such en honor on one of its members. Raskin noted that in the six' years that Finegold served as presides! of the district, "he-perlurmed an outstanding job not! only in the field of membership, h.nd-raising. programming, and cultural aflairs, but also in all community causes related to Zioni.-l endeavor." Finegold recently returned from trip to Israel where he and his H ife participated in the dedica•,IIII of the Me Ami project of the lewish National Fund, in which i inegold has been active for ntanj years. He is currently rhairman of Organizational Cotnnuttee of the Greater Miami Jew National Fund Council, and has ,i member of the board of •ouncil for several years. He has served as president of pic Menorah and also as presIdi nt of the liiscayne Point Homeowners Association, of which he was one of the organisers, and is currently honorary life president, lie u also one of the founders of Temple Ner Tamid. FinegoU has lived in Miami Beach for several 1 V iand is orginally from ChiFor many years, he serv-' ed 01 the Hoard of Governors of! tlic Southeast Region of the Zionisl Organization of America and the Greater Miami Jewish Federati in. Southeast ZOA To Attend Confab Maurice Piisic, ol Nashville. Tenn., chniwnan, of the 2flrh annual conference of the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organisation of America, this week anDOUnced the opening of the conference with a special traditional Shabbal dinner on Knd v evtnOct. 18, at Sherith Israel S> nagogue. Culmination will be' at an Installation banquet on Sunday evening. Oct. 20, when Leon May, of Nashville, will be installed new president ol the six state region. including Florida. Georgia, Tennc-see. Alabama. Mississippi and South Carolina. May, who is the son of the veteran Zionist leader and past national president of the Zionist Organization of America, Mortimer May, has servei during the past two years as chairman of the Board of Governors of the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of America. Ke is a vice president of the May Hosiery Mills of Nashville. His wife is the former Mimsie Seiden, of Miami Beach. Louis B. Riidniek. of Coral Gables, a national vice president of the ZOA. ard Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood, new ly elected chairman of the Board of Governors of the Southeast Region, will lead the Greater Miami delegation. According to Morris Simon, of Coral Gables, a member of the National Fxecutive Council of the ZOA, and arrangements chairman ot the Greater Miami ZOA districts for the conference, a large local delegation is expected. J^jcir 5th Avc, will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Oct. 12, at Temple Judea. Rabbi Mordccai Podet will officiate at the ceremony to be followed by a Kiddush in the Bar Mitzvah's honor. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at South Miami 1 Junior High, where he plays clarinet in the concert band, and plans to continue his religious education. He attended the University of Miami Music Camp and other interests include sailing, swimming and chess. • Michael Schwartz Dr. Irving Lchrman will offic! into at the Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schwartz, during services Saturday morning, Oct. 12, at Temple Emanu-EI. Michael is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and his outside interests are golf and fishing. A reception in honor of the celebrant will be held at the Deauulle Hotel. a Alan Leveton On Saturday, Oct. 12, morning services at Temple Ner Tamid Michael Schwartz Robert Winters will include the Bar Mitzvah Alan Leveton, with Rabbi Eugei Labovitz officiating. Alan is a student in the Tei pie's Religious School and Nautilus Junior High. Mr. and -Mrs. Edward Leveto R20 83rd St.. will honor their s< 1 ai a reception following the cei mony. 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Friday October 11. 1963 53 +Jewlsi> Rorktieun Page 5-B I sol.1 up. • ill %  ndl Beach Hadassah Groups Will Celebrate Membership Month at Meetings Monday October has been cjesignatticj by, Israeli Grew*—Rctfular luncheon Ha t UsMl as "Membership Month." meeting Monday noon at the Al and must Miami Beach groups tiers Hotel The group will eele will dedicate their meetings tc brate its Uas MiUvah year an<; honcr members. Slalcu.dc Octo also install ouicci*. Guest speak'cr th.me is "Hadassah Adds a Spark to Your Life." The tallow U>g groups of Hadassah on Miami Beach have slated meetings foi •Monday. Oct. 14. Speaker will be Mrs. Tillie L. Schwartz. President is Mrs. Jos%  ph Rosenberg. Henrietta Szsld Group—Regular meeting Monday, 12:30 p.m., at ihe Algiers Hotel. Guest speaker will be Dr. Zev Kogan. Musical Ograro \ill feature i-uloist, Hattie Wagner. President is Mrs. derm an Keller. Bay Harbor—Monday. 11:30 am.. 'uxebeou meetiig at the Singa Hire llulel. Following the meet >r will be Habiu l.con Kronish, of female Beth Sholom. Musical # ~ I rogram will feature suloist Joyce Gsrstein IS Speaker FaSer, with Sally Glass at the liano. President is Mrs. Esther Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cooper examine medical equipment they donated to Beilinson Hospital in Petach Tikvoh, Israel. The lliarr.i Beach couple are just back from a trip to the Holy I Emma Lazarus Group—Lunch con meeting Monday. 11:30 a.m.. ..t the Barcelona Hotel for paid ng, there will be a fashion show, up members ard new members Shifts to Sheaths." Mrs. Carl Mrs. Lee Paul will render musical %  167,h St. Gerstem discussed I'\M)ti, education chairman, will ^elections accompanied bv Bertr "Juvenile Delinquency. Mrs •onduct a Study group at 10 a.m., Barnett at the piano. Following | Paul Hershman is president of th* State Attorney Richard Gerstem /as featured speaker at a meetng of the North Dade Chapter if Children's Asthma Research institute Hospital on Tuesday, 8:30 >.m at VVashi, gton Federal Sav; l,gs and Loan Association. 089 I nor to L neeting. loberts. the regular luncheon President is Mrs. Gus leach Couple Back from Israel \1 .,nd Mrs Saul Cooper, of Mr. Cooper also had a reunion Deborah Group—Monday. 11:30 t.m.. membership luncheon meeting at the Caribcan Hotel, paid up nembers and new members. A the program, there wffl be cards North Dade Chapter. and other games. Mrs. Jack Mill-1 er, membership vice president, is | f jf ere ffl Israel Sliterhood chairman of the day. President is Mrs. Norman Meyers. a • a Southsate Group—Regular meet ing Monday. Oct. 21, 7:30 p.m., in seen in 50 years. %  r %  %  ""-~~ .._.-_ kliami Beach, have just returned „ itn nis si6U r whpm ne had not [ron .. visit to Israel, where they Ireri guests <>t Histadrut and iupat ilolim. Ml and Mrs. Cooper visited bari Histadrut institutions, inHiKi.ru Kupat Holim, vocational Irair .11. schools, Botei Avoth, and ,..i: d about their programs. n ng the Coopers' stay in Israel, they visited the Beilinson I 1, where they donated sev\r:,} : eccs ol medical equipment. musical skit will be presented. \ the Terrace Room of Southgate • Hadassah's Magic Carpet," fea-j Towers. A musical program, will uring Deborah members. Presi-jbc presented, as well as Jewish tent is Mrs. Clarence Freedman. National Fund's film, "Me Ami." Tifereth I-rael Sisterhood is starting its fall season of bimonthly games parties, the first to be held on Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.. in the Social Hall. Hostesses are Mrs. Sandra Herman, Mrs. Rose Gold and Mrs. Fanny Burnstein. -— —' HI "" — ~' j ** 1 %  % %  % %  %  T.--. —— latya Mizrachi leets Tuesday eenet meeting of the *s? Chapter Of Mizrachi Wornll's Organization of America will i • Id on Tuesday evening. Oct. j. at the new 1\ -completed slrucre of You:.4 Israel Congrega>n. 990 NE 171st St., No. Miami Beach, I lor forthcoming installainn of officers will be discussed. luiouaced Mr.-. Harry Lerncr. liairrnan. i' %  • dent elect. Mrs. Alexander E :tz. .-aid that a special juel will be Kabbi Sherwin Stauer, 0) Young Israel. \ ocial hour and refreshments kvill follow, according to Mrs. Al i ,%  %  idinalor for FlorMizrachi Women's Organizati, n of America. T Director Will Attend Confab Schwartz, director i hildhood Develop''' i and 1 ly Education pro1 for V\I and YWHA of, -" Sk !•!• \;. has been invited I !" : irtii i| the joint hoard mmi meltings of the! American Orthopsychiatric Assoin New York City from Ocl 16 through 19. A fellow oi the Association. 1 • Schv serves on the Executive c unmittee of this national bod>. which brings together professionals working in the various mental health disciplines. 1 She also serves on the Committee on Minorite Group Problems, Which will be preparing a program (or the national conference "' the Association in Chicago in 'he late spring of 1964. .Mrs. looker To be Speaker Annual membership bruncheon the Greater Miami Chapter of W American Medical Center at Dvr will i, e held Sunday noon o !, h Wash.;:,,011 Avenue Federal %  wilding. Pictures will be shown of the W "f patients and hospital MjraPaseo. Mrs. George Tooker will speak 2 "'*'hat This Hospital Means to '' I'ublic." and Mrs. Joseph Holof. case chairman, will discuss ^chapter's local work at Jack""iJemor..,. Hospital, % %  *. GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY. BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have} Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! 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Friday. October 11, 1963 fJewlst ncridian Page 13-A I German Jews Live in Shadow of Past Kneseth Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Port Cheater, N.Y., is among works on exhibit at the Jewish Museum show, "Recent American Synagogue Architecture.'' Kneseth Tifereth Israel is the work of Philip Johnson. Exhibit Opens jOf Synagogue Architecture NEW YORK — An exhibition, Rec nl American Synagogue \rchit< re," opened at the Jewseum here on Sunday The show consists of models, photoand drawings of completed synagogue structures, as well ; • -imrr.ial and projected The synagogues included in (Nftipibwara designed with in the Last U'ii years in the United major American archi•? -• exhibit! in, the fir>t ol r^ori at the Jewish Mus I cinfirimi on view through I Vccon ng to New York Archilect Rkhard Meiser, who organiz ii' the'exhibition and designed the retaliation, the purpose of the ihow i> to present a diversified selection of good American ,-yna ;ue t.-thitecture. "Sinn many American archi iccts have undertaken the build-1 ing of at least one synagogue, the! %  k>lutiODS indicate the widest possible variety of styles," he said. The synagogue. according to Meier, "is a structure which by contrast with other types of religious buildings, has few clearly defined architectural require-' i i. nt-. and no dogmatic rules governing itt forms." SAND-ELL STRICTLY KOSHER < ITKJtl HS OF THE LOMBARDY HOTEL L ,r, ( %  S' ; ;t Rabhimc.il Super. > %  Mangi3ch on Premises. UN 6-6226 Beth Sholom Congregation, Elkins Park, Pa. Architect is the late Frank Lloyd Wright. Stylistically, he explained, it has tended to blend with the architecture of the community, the era and the society in which it developed The willingness of congregations to turn freely to designers providing imaginative and inventive structure is dcmon.-trated by the exhibition. Since most of the 17 buildings on exhibit have either been recently completed or are now under construction, the] have not as vet been seen by the general pub lie. Also on display will be a design "Project for a Synagogue." by: Barnelt Newman, an artist's idea about the architecture of a syna-j gogue FRI. The (.%  >,• m Je*. lH-Afnsjr. I -9 Publisher to be Speaker Reuben Guberman. publisher of thi Dade County Times I'nion, will iv guesl speaker at Friday eve services at Temple Tikvah of Hialcah. His topic will be "The Jew in Politics OPEN 3 DAYS ONLY UNTIL NOVEMBER 21st FAMOUS RESTAURANT Continued from Page S-A scores of groups of children, led l>\ fltetr teachers." wete slle"nfly • and humbly walking among the markers. Neither was the visit casual — it's an hour's uncomfortable bus ride to Bergen-Belsen from Hanover. "Besides them, I could see dozens and dozens of older people. And it was very strange: they all seemed typical stereotype Germans out of an old Eric von Stroheim movie — the sort about whom I kept wondering when I first set foot in Germany: "Where were you when .? '* It is typical of German efficiency, in the battle against new manifestations of anti-Semitism, that the Justice Department has a Division for Lett Subversion and a Division for Right Subversion. Anti-Semitism falls into Right Subversion. "Neo-Nazism," according to Pcrlmutter, "makes insignificant successes at the election polls, and the most fertile field for their activities lies in the some 12 million expelees east of the Oder-Neis.se. which is East-East Germany, that portion of the original Reich now belonging to Poland. They want to Ask Vatican For Special Handing Continued from Page 1-A < licism. The name of the Father making the propo.sal was not indicated. He was quoted as saying that "Since the Church has exist ed since the creation of the world, the Church of the Old Testament was not only a preparation but, in itself, a true Church and perfect society." Vatican experts said that the Yugoslav prelate's proposal should not be confused with a planned declaration on relations between Catholics and Jews. A declaration has been drafted, to be called "On the Catholic Attitude To-i ward Non-Christians and especially Jews," which is in the hands of Augustin Cardinal Bea, president of the Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity It was put before the Secretariat during the first session of the Council. convened by Pope John and reconvened by Pope Paul VI. Restattmr^kR** SAT. FREE PARKING Your Hosts THE LERNERS SUN. 671 WASHINGTON AVENUE Phone JE 1-3937 Salutes the BUSINESS MAN OF THE WEEK FRANK MAURY MaliaKei "i H" Mlrui-lr rii..in. on t h e ro'ner 111 Miracle Mile, C.S. 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Perlmutter said that "they will point to the wall in Berlin, sadly, and even to the Brandenburg Gate beyond, which is drab and surface-alive in a Dali-esque fashion. Then, they will show you films of the same Brandenburg Gate with burgeoning crowds and excitement. 'Those were the good old days/ they will tell you. The '-|ood old days' were in the heyday of the Nazi Third Reich." "We were there." noted Perl mutter, to "observe the Germans and to study \va>s of assisting thorn toward further democratization. As _a consequence, ^ife asked many' questions. But vrwere aljo.-asluui. SOUK ." The question? "What about Birmingham?" Neither did it do any good. Perlmutter said, "to make a distinction between Jewish genocide as Hitlerian national policy and discrimination against a group that is being successfully battled by the U.S. Government and most of its citizens of good will. 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J n V fa F (1 B P (. I Page 6-A I jmiii noridlinn Friday. October 11, 1963 SfV. SMATHM Will B( SPFAHHl Community to Honor Dr. Lehrman At 20th Anniversary Banquet Here A community tribute to Dr. Irving Lehrman in recog iUon of his twenty years of spiritual leadership of Temple Emanu El will be held Saturday evening. Oct. 19, 7 p.m., in the Beaux D#. IRVING LEHRMAN SEN. GEORGE SMATHERS JUDGE IRVING CYft.i DOG RACiNG EVERY NiCHT EXCEPT SUNDAY NO MINOR3 //St/, St. SEPT. 17 -JAN. 1 Arts Ballroom of the Diplomat Hotel. U.S. -Sen. George Sma'hws will .deliver the principal address of tiie evening. Dr. Louis Fitltclstcin. chauccUor of 4oe Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and a Irequent visitor in the South FJori.a area, will be an honored gucat and participant in the tribute ceremony. Chairman of the 20th anniversary banquet ii Judge Irving Cyper. who announced that state wide interest has been demonstrated in the celebration, which is expected to be attended by more than 400 persons from as iar north as Palm Beach and south to Key West I^fluded in the guest list are leading personalities in religion, government, education, welfare, business and industry. Samuel \. Friedland is honorary chairman, and George J. Talianoff is chairman of the reception, which will precede the banquet Benjamin 0. Kline and Jack Carner arc vice chairmen of the event. Tribute chairmen are Emil Morion and Max Boderman. Arrangements will be under the direction of Mesdaracs Alexander Kqgan, Sol Goldstein and Max Boderman Hank Meyer is in charge of public rclatioDs. Top officers of the Temple, including President Joseph M. Lipton, were named fay Judge Cypen as honorary vice chairmen of the evening. These are Joseph M. ROM-. Harry Sirkw, Bernard I Binder. Charles Fr.uchtman, Leo Robinson, Joseph Cohen. Samuel J. Halperin, Samuel Lipton. A. J Molasky. Jack S. Popick. and Marcus O. Sarokin. Members of the Sisterhood, led by their presi eul. Mrs. Alexander Kogan. have been designated reception hostesses, and will direct guests to the receiving line. Expected to attend the festive and significant occasion are Congressmen Dante Fascell and Claude Pepper. Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard, and members of the city council and county commission, as well as a host of pioneer Jewish families who were part of the founding group in the 1940"s. "The public is invited to join with us in this joyous occasion," said Judge Cypen. Dr. Lehrman: Portrait Of A Noted Spiritual Leader Dr. Irving Lehrman is a graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion of New York City, where he was the recipient of the degree of Rabbi and Master of Hebrew Literature, and in 1958 he received the degree of Doctor of Hebrew Literature from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He served as a student rabbi of Temple Shomrei Emunah. Montclair, N.J.. prior to taking over the pulpit of Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, which lie now holds. At the lime Dr. Lehrman assumed his duties in August. 1943, the congregation, with a mem bership of 250. conducted services at 1415 Euclid Ave. In the intervening years, the membership has grown to over 1.000 families. Under Dr. Lchrman's leadership, the congregation erected its new structure at 1701 Washington Ave. Dr. Lehrman was chosen in 1947 by the Greater .Miami Jewish Federation to visit the DP camps of Europe and Israel a* one of three representatives of the Miami community. Numerous communities throughout the South utilized his .services in their fund-raising effort!, and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation presented him with a plaque for his "invaluable assistance to the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal." At present, he is a member of the National Rabbinical Advisory Committee of the United Jewish Appeal. In the spring of 1958, he was selected as one of a five-man learn of clergymen, chosen from across the country by the Commission on Religious Organizations of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, to visit Russia and the Iron Curtain countries as a gesture of America's religious strength and beliefs. Dr. Lehrman is a former secretary of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, and is president of the Rabbinical Assembly's Southeast Region. He serves on the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary, and is the tenth generation of his family to pursue the rabbinate in an unbroken chain. His father was the late Abraham Lehrman, who served as rabbi lor 20 years at the Glory of Israel Hebrew Institute in New York City, and he is the grandson of the famous Chassidic Rabbi, affectionately known as "The Brocker Rebbe." Dr. Lehrman is on the national Eoard of Directors of the American Technion Society, and was recently named a founder of the society. He is past president of the Travelers Aid Society of Miami, and the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. He is now working in conjunction with the American Jewish History Center on a research study of the early history of the Jewish community in Florida. In recognition of his many contributions to the American Jewish scene. Temple Emanu-El established the Dr. Irving Lehrman Chair in Modern Jewish History at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Synagogue Council of America, the Executive Committee of the Florida Anti Defamation League, and served for two years as a member oi the Governor's Bi-Racia) Committee. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Honored Guest IQSIPH UPTON SAMUtl FRItDLANO Temple Emanu Els Growth Is Phenomenal Record of Progress Nostalgia and a saga of growth and progress will be keynote theme, of the tribute evening on Oct. 19 to Dr. Irving Lehrman. and many religious leaders will recall the day, in 1889, when 200 worshippers met in a renovated dwelling at MIS Euclid Ave. to organize the Conservative group for the first time. A wing was added to the building for a chapel. With the appointment of Rabbi Lehrman to the post of spiritual leader in 1943, plans for a new and inspiring edifice received added impetus. In 1950, the Temple was known as (he Miami Beach Jewish Center The present name was adopted in 1954. The first serviceat the new location. 1701 Washington Ave., was held on the eve of Rosh Hashona in 1948, and the follow %  in; year work common-, id o:. .1 school building. From that time forward, the congregation has grown to .1 membership of over liiXVi I lies. To provide their 'fcoltural and spiritual need.*, a program of adult and youth actfatje's inaugurated catering to'/MI age groups in the congregational family. In 1900, Temple Emanu-F.l erected its North BrancH Buildin %  • for the Religious School. Joseph If. Lipton has recently been elected president of the congregation for a third term, and Samuel Friedland. who has served as president for 15 years, is now chairman of the board of directors. • try out your "will" CM NOW! 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