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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 36 — Number 42 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 18. 1963 Two Sections — Price 20' CHANCELLOR RETIRES Adenauer Is Hailed By Top Leaders % HAMBURG — (JTA) — Two pro i Jew i-h leaders — Dr. Vihum Coldmann and Philip M. K itznick — were among many kadi rs who paid tribute k la in. K inrad Adenauer, iri g Wesl German ChanHe will be succeeded by Erhard, \V. si tier U ister of Economics. • -. including lau.ialemer.t! from farmer PresDM i.:n D Eisenhower and Truman, were published .. spei ial edition of Der %  news magazine. Dr. Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization a r a or t.'ie Wcrld Jewish ConcJ'led Dr. Adenauer a man cf highest value" whose secret of personality "is based on ooub'e syn'hesis, rare arro-g great political figures. H' is an autocrat who believes •nocr.-icy and combines political dexterity and talent with a ph'csophy of life that is deeply icctej on e hical and religious principles." Voting Dr UJ oauecls role in. agreement on resti%  : lensation for vie\... sin, I>r Goldmann delis auth iritative methContinued on Pane 13-A 1 Pope Tells UJA Mission: 'We Have Common God" DR. KONRAD ADENAUER tributes aplenty ROME—(JTA)—Pope Paul VI received in the throne room of the Vatican on Monday a delegation of 100 American Jews — the lirst Jewish croup he has met since his 1 accession to the Pontificate — and declared: "We have a common Bible and common Cod. Therefore, we pray together so thai the Almighty may guide, comfort and bless us The delegation was composed of members of a United Jewish Study Mission which convened here for a four-day session to hear reports ol needs in Jewish communities around the world. Referring to the purpose that PRESIDENT KENNEDY URGED: Force Talks on Matzoh Ban Via Sale of Wheat to Russia WASH IXC TUN (JTA) An ftp peal was addressed to President Kenned) on Tuesday, asking bun to negotiate with the Soviet Union an agreement under which the Moscow authorities would permit Jewish citizens of the USSR "to obtain Hour. hake, purchase, or sell matZOth during the annual Passover holidays." Egyptian Atomic Delegation Gets French Cold Shoulder IRIS—(JTA)—An Egyptian atomic delegation concluded this week visit to France without reaching any concrete results or SSing specific cooperation in atomic de\elopment between entries. The mission arrived in France without its titular %  Minister for Scientific Development, who reportedly when he learned that his French Palewsky, did not intend to receive him. siun was barred from ench nuclear base at lere military projects development. Oddly the Egyptians were led oil r l V Prof. Samuel iloroai ticinj French Jew. canceled counterpart. his visit Minister The appeal was made in a letter to the President from Rep. Leonard Farbstcin. New York Democrat, in the context of the Administration's decision to permit the sale of vast quantities of American wheat 10 the Soviet Union "I believe.' Rep. Farbstein wrote., "it would be singularly appropriate at this time, in view of the wheat sale," that the Soviet Government permit such arrangements to be made regarding matzoth. "As you know," the letter stated, "the Soviet Union has banned the sale of matzoth on the grounds that this represents speculation. 'However, the ordinary Jewish citizen has no means ol procuring ritual Hour for baking matzoth. only a large processor can do this." brought the UJA leaders to Rome, Pope Paul said he could not but feel respect and affection for the members of the Mission because of the bonds of brotherhood created by helping people in need. "These bonds," he stated, "are what we would like to strengthen." He declared he followed closely the developments among the new nations, and wished to serve as a bridge for bringing understanding among those nations. Another bond with the Jev Istl people, said the Pontiff, is "our common affinity for the Old Testament as a source of Divine revelation which I use ever) day in prayer and thought." For that reason. he said, he felt he could call on the same Cod whom both Christians and Jews worship and love, to ask Him for His guidance, His revelations and His blessing Kahin Herbert A. Friedman, executive vice chairman of the UJA. responding on behalf of the group, told the Pope: "All men the world over are seeking today to find the roots of their brotherhood." He expressed the hope that the Ecumenical Council now neethtg in the Vatican would further the spirit of solidarity between men of all faiths as expres -ed in the proceedings ol the Ecumenical Council. He said: It is our hope and prayer that throughout the years of your Papacy great KABBI HERBERT fRIEDMAN spirit of solidarity and furUier progress \ ill be m .n the everlasting struggle to u mankind "' "We are shortly leaving tr- Eternal City of Rcme for ths holy City of Jerusalem," Rabi Friedman continued. "As Ame-ican Jews our hearts best strongly with pride as we wi'ness the rebuild : ng of Israel. F;r many, many centuries, the sor; ot David have wept by all rive-i of all Babylcns for their lost Continued on Page 2-A MANY LANGUISH IN JA!L Report Syrian Jews Suffer Increasingly Big Restrictions The mission is scheduled to visit f, ve o'her European coun*"•*, including Britain, West Germany a „d Italy. It was beved that the Egyptians already 'eceived firm o.'fers from a company for sale of a •r reactor. A spokesman for th e Americans Appeal to Nik On Status of Soviet Jews haW Brit'sh nue' MOUET TO PRESS RUSSIANS PAGE 3 A French Nuclear Commis*n 'old the Jewish Telegraphic •fltney here, however, that Pr -''ce has not proposed Hi* •• -o Egyot of • reactor or any •'her atomic equipment. while, another Arab shopamis. King Hussein of Jor: '< a press conference in ; week that he might '"' 'he Soviet Union for weaI.'"•" Phases if he could not get "our friends, the UniBritain kim MEW YORK — i JTA) — A sevPike. Protestant en-point appeal asking for full re"P of California. lijtious, cultural and other rights for Jews in the Soviet Union was' •ent this week to Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev in the name of about 100 leading Americans who held an all day Conference on the, Status of Soviet Jews at the Car negie International Center here. Episcopal BishDocumented reports presented at the conference established Continued on Pa.ge 5-A PARIS-!JTAi —A number of Syrian Jews were arrested late last week while trying to flee over the Syrian Turkish border to escape the persecutions and discriminatory measures to which Syrian Jewry is being subjected, a French Jewish tourist reported this week on his return irom a three-month \isit to that country. The tourist, whose name was withheld and whose religion was UOt known to Syrian authorities brought back with him a detailed eyewitness report on the sufferings of Syria's 4.000 Jews. The tourist said that a number of Jews were in the Damascus central jail, awaiting trial early in 1964 on a variety of charges, including "attempted illegal exit" and "Zionist leanings," *n even more serious charqe. The tcjrist said he did not know how many Jews had been arrested on Such charges. He said that the most painful discrimination to which Syrian Jewry was being subjected was a government ban on movement in Damascus without special "circulation permits." Without those permits, lie reported, Jews are forced to live in the former Jewish quarter which for all practical purposes has been converted into a virtual hetto. In addition, the Jewish community has l>ecn h.ird hit linanciallv. dan, I and France." *>a d he had recently Continued on Page 11-A The appeal was adopted at the conference unanimously Saturday, following impressive addresses on the discriminations against Soviet Jewry delivered by prominent, American authors, e lucators and clergymen. Presiding over the conference, which was sponsored Catholic Scholars Split on 'Deputy' NEW YORK — (JTA) — Rolf Hochhuth, author of "The Deputy," the play which contends that the late Pope Pius XII failed to take a public stand on the Nazi slaughter of European Jewry, was criticized and defended this week by i by leading American personaliCatholic scholars. In separate ties, was the Rt Rev. James A. views in two Catholic periodicals. the West German playwright was assailed as anti-Semitic and antiCatholic and, on the other hand, as having stated "a generally valid" thesis in his play Dr. Edgar Alexander, sociologist and author of the forthcoming -tudy, "Hitler and the Pope," as! sailed Hochhuth in an article in the current edition of "America.'• the Jesuit weekly. Dr. Gordon /aim. professor of --ociology at Loyola University and author of "German Catholics and Hitler's Wars." published in 1962. came to the playwright's defense in an article in "The Critic." a period!Continued on Page 9-A



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Page 2-A *to*lslincrldnari Friday. October 18, 1963 Tribute to Dr. Lehrman Saturday DR. LtnKMAN Some 1.000 persons are expec tod at the Tribute Dinner honorDr. Trvina Lehrman on Satur'ay. 7 p.m.. in le Beaux Arts aliroom of the >iplomat Hotel. Tl.i black tie a 1 a event has een planned b; •lis'nus and civc leaders to give ecognit*on t o > r. Lehrman's '20 years of spiritual leadership as head of Temple Emanu-El on Miami Beach. SONG TRIBUTE A narration and song tnb Me to Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader ot Temple Emanu-El. will be presented at the Temple':20th anniver sary dinner of tribute Satur day night at the Diplomat Hotel Beaux Arts Ballroom. Directed by Tnxie Levin the east will include Davida Levy. Barbara Bessey, Arlene Harris. Helene Kor etzky. Beverley Green. Judy Smith. Marsha Talianoif and Benjamin Stone. Hortense Ball will provide musical accompaniment while George J Talianofl and Hank Meyer deliver the tr.bute. Banquet chairman. Judge Irving Cyper, has annoorxed tiat U.S. Sen. George Smathers will ;o'n the raster of notables appearing hero a'ong wiih Dr. Louis Finkelstein, cnancel'or of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, one of the country's leading educators and rel'-ious personalities. Dr Finkels.e -. will come to Mijmi Beach from New Yo: k to be 3 guest speaker with Sen. SinathHANK MIYIR Pope Notes Ccmmon God' Continued from Page 1-A Zion. Now in this century we have the divine opportunity to participate in its rebirth. "Our love for Israel is based on love of people and faith. Jewish people who have been persecuted and harassed in many lands now have the right to a new life in freedom. This we applaud and support as more than one million have already exercised that right. "The Jewish spirit also has now a new frame within which to flourish so that a model society can be created so that the ancient prophecy of Isaiah can be fulfilled •for out of Zion shail go forth the AN ISRAEL BOND Is the Greatest Security for YOU and YOUR CHILDREN'S CHILDREN Moyshie Friedbcrg Announce Wag To Help Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure Ni w available at ainus areas. arug counters witnout the need Most remarkable of all is the for a Prescription under the fact that this is accomplished nanie.DrisUn*-Tablets. Dristan with extraordinary apeed and Tablets can be used with assur*ithout discomfort of any kind. ance.They will drain away painThia new tablet does its remarkcausing pressure and congestion •bie work internally, through U the ainus cavities, relievo the blood stream. It deposita pain and distress. Remember, Into every drop of blood plasma the exclusive Dristan formula • new medication which is carcannot be duplicated. Accept no ried to the ainus area, where it substitutes. INSURANCE ONE STOP AGENCY JIWILRY—f-uiS— MISCllLANIOUSHOATt '+ ^ AUTOMOIIU LIAIILITY ft PHYSICAL DAMAftl Llmln to BMt yon aeeel Tko Afeacy that CAN tar YESI Oea't lot yaw eeeef say "It Coa't Be Deao" ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 17 IX la* aVL n I-261 < • Fl rrs He will join in the tribute ceremonies with local r.pres'ntatives of government, education, religion, welfare and industry. Samuel N Fr.ediand i> honorary chairman, and George J. Taiianoff is chairman of the reception, which will precede the dinner program. Vice chairmen are Benjamin (',. Kline and Jack Carner. and Max Bo ierman and Emil Morton have been designated as tribute cochairmen. Honorary vice chairman of the evening is Joseph M. Lipion. Temple president. Dr. Lehrman assumed the post of rabbi of Temple Emanu-El in August. 1943. coming to Miami Beach from Montclair. N.J. In 20 years. Temple membership has grown from 250 families to more than 1.000. law and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.' Thus shall Israel fulfill her destiny of being a light unto the nations." Rabbi Friedman concluded with the recital of the priestly benediction in Hebrew and English. The L'JA delegation received by the Pope was led by Joseph Meyerhoff. of Baltimore, general chairman of the L'JA. JAM m MAY JON : JUt TERIYllTESc WORK ALL YEAR tOUND 'poiiKpn S* qpr i-ft Rabbi Joseph L Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 MS MICHIGAN AVL, MIAMI BEACH c —*w-^N^S***^S^ ranada 1(15 MFBIDUN AVI. MIAMI REACH YEARLY BASIS JO t" m Per Month I 3 I Per Person Double Occ. Including 3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY Eve and "T>*ry Sponder Phone JE 1-0496 Attend services this week at your own bfaceof worship WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 GEORGE TAUANOfF &£??** etwee PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women Hilt PARKING S.-4CE IN KlAt CONVtNltNY TO BUSH 728 LINCOLN ROAD 'On fhe Mali; Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS EILLED CONTACT LENSES 01 I" Jl th Mike Ackerman Banquet Robert Gilka. director of photography of National Geographic Magazine, will be main speaker at the third annual Mike Ackerman award banquet of Miami Press Photographers Association set for Oct. 27 at Miami Springs Villas. The banquet will benefit a University of Miami scholarship fund -piriMind by the association. 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Friday, October 18. 1963 *Jewist fhrSdHirum Page 3-A Syria Iraq Military Merger Seen Big Threat to Israel JERUSALEM—(.ITA)—The merger of the armed forces of Syria • mi In 4 his wcok P seouices declared „:.. i„„. ...„., | lowing leports that the military merger had as one of its goals the J prevention of that project. Syrian that toe Jordan River project was matter of life and death" fol, Ex Premier Will Question Nilrita on Jews Information Minister .Saini A. Jundi declared in Damascus that the "main duty" of the Supreme Defense Council of the merged forces would be to halt the Jordan River project. "e also described the merger as 'a defense necessity" for maintenance ot peace in the Middle East and said it would be followed by complete political pAR jS — — Former -,. Premier and Socialist leader Guy Mollet will raise the, 1 1 "" 1 question oi the treatment of Sov| $rae |j sources also speculated ,; jews with Soviet Premier. on the possibility that Iraqi units Khrushchev whom he is scheduled mighf uke up posit j ens on the Moscow at the end Of | sra eli-Syrian border, a step which would immediately affect the border status quo because Iraq refused to sign an armistice aqreement at the end of the 1948 fighting on grounds it had Meeting to complete plans for the Temple Solomon. Charles Sommer. Maurice Weil, Menorah-Israel D'nner of Tribute, to take place Sam Schiifman. Jack Buistein, Mrs. Elsie BelSaturday. Oct. 26. at the Americana Hotel, sky, Morris Black, Maurice Revitz, Jerry Lelare officers of the congregation and members chuV and T'-'-k Korenblit. (For related stories, of the Host Committee. Left fo right are Rabbi see Page 8-A.) I Mayer Abramowitz, Sol Frankel. Leonard s month, it was disclosed here this *e< • %  M Mollet is leaving for MosC „J, •,. the hv.id of a French Soc..li.[ delegation on Oct. He Bureau Dinner Will Feature Tribute To Presidents of Congregations Here will confer with the Soviet Prem„o common border with Israel. ,,,... other leading Soviet ofr Moscow. It was understood that the for| nth Premier has long been ,.i the plinl't "I So viet Jew, and has decided to raise the issue with Premier K !" s hchev just N ^ {rQ ^PTLSJI H2SU-rn heaped on ., by the Cai Since the Israel-Syrian pact does not bind Iraq, placement of Iraqi troops on the border would pose new border problems for Israel. That the merger was a blow to the pan-Arab hopes of President from ro That press said that the merger would not lead to the t i], carrying out of any Arab "national Oil lne '_ u:_..:.._ •• l u n..i. .-,,„., Ir.iernauonal meeting in Amster dam last month The French |i • d his delegation will have ,,„„!,:, documentation on the o y of soKe he ,. palestine ,,,,estH.r, .nd are expected to press cm „ m {rom ,„ %  s.vet counterparts for con%  lemvnt he Jordan River note moves to ease the plight ofi £. { soviet Jewry. | Another charge was that the Syrian-Iraq union was not "aimed at the Zionist enemy but at the Annual dinner of the Bureau of Jewish Education has been set lor Nov. 27, according to announce ment of Al Sherman, co-chairman ol the Dinner Committee. The dinner will feature a special tribute to presidents of congregations of affiliated schools, and is scheduled for the Diplomat Hotel. Joseph Cohen, reelected president, will be officially installed. Dinner Committee includes Mr. I and Mrs. Joseph Abelow. Max D. I Astor. Alex Aronoff. Sidney Aronovitz. Rabbi Shimon Azulay. Judge | Frederick N. Barad, Mr. and Mrs. I M. A. Baskin. Dr. Joseph Bess. | Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Dr. Sol CenI ter, Mrs. Bernhardt H. Chesman. Joseph Cohen, Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mr. and Mrs Leon J. Ell, Martin Fine. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Prof. Ed ward Fox, Melvyn B. Frumkes. Louil ii.idon. Bernard I. Gelbert. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Louis GhMser, Mrs. Stanley Clatter. NaI thaniel Glickman. I-eon Goldberg, j Samuel Goldstein. Morris Honigi baum. Charles Jacobs, Albert i Jacobson. Stanley Josowitz, Mrs. Jack Katzman. George Katzman. j Sidney Kay. Mrs. Benjamin Kazer. Mrs. Eli King, Max Kolker, Morris t Krevat, Robert Lipof. Dr. and Mrs. .Milton Lubarr. Mrs. Louis Makov %  sky. Oscar Mamber. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mevers. Mrs. Sanford L. Muchnick. Mrs. David Muskat. Albert Ossip. Jack W. Persoff. Joseph Post. Mrs. Matilda Ratner. William Rich, Mrs Phillip Richman, Leo Robinson, Al Roth, Jacoo Sachs'. Lester Shapiro, Manuel Solomon. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Mrs. A 11 r e d Stone. John Temple. Dr. Isaac Untcrman, Charles Weinberg. Morns Weiss. Raphael Yunes, Joe Zalis. \1$W ":'0 'NHOV 5"U1 BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave„ Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 enemy of Zionism." meaning Egypt. Another Cairo newspaper comment was that the merger was "good news for Israel and bad news for the Arabs." SB Yearn Home Owned Home Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, positive p


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Poga 4-A rJmirt ncrkMar Friday. October 18. 1963 "Jewish Floridian : PPCE end PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FT* 3-4605* Teletvpe Communications Miami TWX MM 396 RED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher MI %  : .. St., .ith -'•' &NXH %  **: T-. t t h e adun has absorbed UM Jewish Un.ty and f^ei*, Weekly. -MwMf •< t-.wk—5h TeWflr.p*— Age S-•.< ( H.Wrek:,. -Ke.Mf trf t-e.*v. s > "•*'"*** Mttr, Se.en A-ts Feature Sya'cate. woria-.de News ierv.ee. National Editorial Asn.. Amer.ear ***"••' ingiitn-Jewisb Newspape r*, ana the Ftor. da Press^Assn^ %  not %  th. • %  %  % % %  %  :. %  •" SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Loca: Area ..-. One Year *5 00 Three Vea's 2 00 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Dr. Adenauer Has Stepped Down The retirement of West German Chancellor Konrad Aden: jer on Tuesday brought to an £nd an era in history that is sigr.-hcant to the world at large, and articularly to Jews everywhere. The saga of the Federal Republic's fantastic achievement in egging itself out of the rubble of V "orld War II needs no recerpit-".ation here. The accomplished ::.ct is as remarkable as the physical destruction of Hitler's thous: ad-year Reich was nearly total bade in 1945. Dr. Adenauer's retirement may r.operly, of course, give just cnuse for looking backward. But -ore important, it suggests the -eed to look ahead. For in the :: ce of the West German achiever.-.ent, the basically essential concern, her democratization, becomes especially significant. It has not been too difficult for the Germans to praise the leadersnip of Adenauer and the Federal republic in times of plenty. What v. ill be the extent of their praise in the event of trial? Germany's .-.story tells us which path her people chose %  hen things went sour before. All of this highlights the contribution of Dr. Adenauer to the status of today's German condition. For the Jews, Dr. Adenauer's tenure has :een particularly significant. Even working as they have been, themselves, en the recreation c: a new land, they have had to regard both with cmazement and concern the remarkable resurrection of a country that blithely killed six rr.illion Jews during the Nazi regime. It was Icrgely Dr. Adenauer's skill as a diplomat and his moral impulse as a devoutly religious man •.hat served to bridge the gap between these two unbelievable phenomena: Israel reborn end Germany reconstituted. Volume 36 Number 42 Friday. October 18. 1963 30 Tishri 5724 Honor to Dr. Lehrman Ti-.e community will join in honoring Dr. Irving Lehrman en Saturday night for his 20th enniversa:.:r. the pulpit of Temple Emanu-El. '.s en auspicious occasion. During his tenure, the Temple has grown :.-. stature to become one of the largest Conservat.ve cor.grecctions in the nation. But if has done mere than physically expand from ;"3 original quarters on Euclid Ave., and more than simply add to its roster of families. Under the spiritual leadership of Dr. Lehrrr.an. the Temple has become a congregational center of distinction here, with a variety of vigorous religious, cultural, and educational programs. The community will also be honoring Dr. Lehrman for his achievements outside his congregation, both locally and nationally. In addition to directing his energies toward the development of Temple Emanu-El. he has also attained distinction in a variety of civic and clerical activities. In 20 years of spiritual leadership here. Dr. Lehrman has served his community well. On Saturday night, the community will show its awareness of this service. achieved as a symbol of Jewish fraternal existence. Throughout the years, B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters have dedicated themselves to a variety of causes fundamental to the highest spiritual, philanthropic, and religious ideals of Judaism. Today. B'nai B'rith programs embrace such important activities as youth work. Hillel Foundation facilities on college campuses throughout the world, and a relentless battle against prejudice through the Anti-Defemation League. B nai B'rith also means significant endeavor in behalf of the State of Isrcel and health needs fulfilled at the Leo N. Levi Hospital, among many others. The 120th anniversary is a significant occasion. It is a point in history for B'nai B'rith at which the organization can look back or. achievements fulfilled and forward toward goals yet to be accomplished. The roster c: its membership is an elite rendering of Jewish community leadership throughout the world. B'nai B'rith Anniversary The 120th anniversary of the establishment of B'nai B'rith in the United States is an event currently being marked by organized Jewry throughout the world. President Kennedy's significant message to the anniversary occasion in Chicago demonstrates the level of significance B'nai B'rith has Dinners of Tribute Temple Mer.orah will honor Maurice Revitz at en Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute on Oct. 26. The dinner follows on the heels of a similar event by the congregation of Tempie Beth Shdlom for Sidney Ansin last Sunday. Both men are leaders of distinction in the Greatei Miami community. Each has made significant civic, philanthropic, and congregational contributions to Jewry here and abroad. The Dinners of Tribute highlight, particularly, their activities in behalf of Israel through the Israel Bond campaign. It is now more than a dozen years that bond dollars have demonstrated their significance to the upbuilding of the economy of the Jewish State. The investment funds made available through the purchase of bonds have greatly facilitated the industrial development of Israel in a broad variety of fields. Mi. Ansin was virtually a charter leader in our community on the occasion of the launching of the Israel Bond campaign back in May, 1951. Maurice Revitz, a relative newcomer in our midst, has taken his place at the helm of Greater Miami Jewish affairs quickly, easily demonstrating his capability and capacity at achievement. Both Dinners of Tribute honor men whose leadership is notable. during I the week ..as i see il by LEO MINDLIN QN A recent trip to Israel. I avoided as much a.s possible the organizational aspects of the country, which %  re so heavily probed by'moM travelers in their intensive tours^eBtering eround the big cities^ynMwrestsi ftoHticnih oriented, brought m*' instead into contact with manygovernment oflicials and par people. Clearly, the m.,st fas cinating of them all was former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. him-, || who is undoubtedly one of the outstanding statesmen of the twentieth century — if for no other reason thin that it takes such a personahh to project a country the sizj of Israel into the forefront of international consideration. Our conversation led us into many areas of thought, and one of these was Histadrut. an organization whose rooted power in the polu ical. social, and economic fabric of the land seemed an anachronism in the face of the fact of Israel, herself. Why were scaffolds still needed. I asked him. u-ing his own angry characterization of •:•.• Zionist movement, whan the dream of a national Jewish home had long been fulfilled 0 Mr Ben-Gurion immediately denied that Histadrut was simply "an organization." pref'rring instead to call it "an institution." The difference here was more than subtle. It implied Histadrutinti relationship to a country whose existence it long pro-dates It suj gested a particular philosophic assessment of Israel's socio-economic structure, which had been determined by the spirit and the purr> e of the earliest modern age Aliyah. It reflected an enduring contribu tion to the land, which would be endangered by shifting the paj logical assessment of Histadrut s purpose from the days of the i date to conform with a more current view. AN IMPKlSSIVt OVtRSTATEMtNT pOR THIS IS after ail what anyor.e really means in a critic %  proach to the Histadrut monolith today: that it must shift •ns to recognize the fact of an o\i-ting Israel — that it no lot in order I i .. list the lulfillment of the Zionist dream, Mild aim to achieve Israel's highest interest even when >i, compromise Histadrut's ultimate institutional and politic* • er. A pant many-storied building on Arlozoroff in Tel Avis is for Histadrut. I .-pent several pleasant hours th. i i ishua Levy, general tieasurer of the organization Levj • of a mar ted me ir. his office .-eated in a smol..:_ : his own ashes The continuing tobacco and tea apart, tr :. i> a vibrancy and enthusiasm about the man that I rarely four I during my visit — even among the highest government official.T Mr Lev) was >o impressive is, I thir.k. a tribute to the huge amo i of knowledge he has at his immediate command, and to the assert manner in which he uses it. A brief talk with him. and one comes away convinced that Mi Gurioo was correct — that Histadrut as an institution is a vital of Israel no less fundamental to her purposes than the pi selves In retrospect, this is surely an overstatement; but it • sts the ambitious role that Histadrut still envisions for itself in Israel's future. It implies: pull thi; scaffold away, and even il wi admit to the exaggeration beforehand. Israel will surely comi tumbling down. IAB0B AND niVATt tNTlKPKISB yEHOSHUA LEVY WILL be quick to tell you that the Central Dues Office of Histadrut took in I £ 90 million during 1962. and tnjt this year the figure will jump to I£ 102 million: that the option's cultural budget is some I£ 40 million annually: that Kupat Holim. the national m?dical arm of Histadrut. operates on I£ 1H0 million, with only 63': of the total covered by dues, and an additioi 2.3<~< coming from employers He can go on and en. A more significant aspect of Hist:. than these statisticis its simultaneous operation of a variety o( erterpnses on the one hand and the incorporation into its Structure of Israel's General Federation of Labor on the other. I reminded Mr Levy of a Tact I am sure he knew well — that the labor moven I in the United States and Great Britain shared a similar experience both withdrew from the arena of enterpite because the) I %  •mpete i with private industry and because of'th. inevitable conflict ot interest between the wage-earner and aggress ient. v : Israel Mr Lev) Recalling the Ben-G %  %  % %  Hi--. I re-dating the establishing %  %  "' %  i> treasurer declare.I that economic entei from the ver) beginning II • the early evolution of the kil i agricultural self-sufficiei 1: • %  %  % %  l< • d marketing. AN INTHUSIASTIC SPOKESMAN yHE CURRENT FORMS of these cooperatives, some of >m the past, include Solel Bom h i bir. wholesale consumer orgai r. industrial enterprises; Mekorot, utilities, operated kinl ,srai t and Jewish Agency; and TIui. des enco in Hi" undeveloped area.of the country < ivate capital seems reluctant to invest, a project also op Dintly with the government. Prominent Tiuz achievements tar number Ashdod and Kiryat Gat But the most salient factor here, as Mr Lew seeit :' i.istadrut economic endeavor represents onlv 2\'.' of IsraelI enterprise. Thus it u entirely wrong, in Mr. Lews view, to eq Histadrut with the government, or to regard Histadrut as a coi tor of private enterprise In addition, all Histadrut economic projects must submit to whatever advantages the General Labor Federation wrests for Is raels workers. As a result. Histadrut seems to emerge uns. by conflict of interest possibilities, both from the laborers and the private investor's vantagepoint. If Histadrut is therefore unique in this experience, it neve shares the common rejection by all democratic labor unioi communist infiltration. The Communists. Mr. Lew noted, have no representation at all on the Histadrut Executive Committee an tod lsol: Ul1 %  1S ,ht case in the general mainstream of U It is of course obvious that so enthusiastic a spokesman should paint such a clear and untrammeled portrait of Histadrut (1 are many other Histadrut programs, of which labor and economic en erprise consntute a mere part.) Whether or not one can agre< entirely with his persuasive Statistics and arguments. Yehoshua Lev) is certainly a vital man with whom to reckon on Israel's ambitious lion ion.



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Friday, October 18. 1963 *Je*istifk>ridiair) Pace 5-A Americans Appeal to Nik on Treatment of Jews Yehoshua Levy, general treasurer of Histadrut, is "a vital man with whom to reckon," writes Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, who interviewed Mr. Levy durinq his recent •our of Israel. For a study of one of Israel's most imoorlanl leaders today, see "During the Week," Page 4-A. U.S. Studies Arms Change In Mid East \K\V YORK (JTA) The s Department of Defense is plating a major change in nilitary command which would aficcl the U.S. military operations the Middle East, it was report,1 this week by Hanson W. Baldin, i; Hit j correspondent of the New York 'limes. In Washington, the Jewish Tele raphic Agenc* was told by ofi i the Defense Department l„ii tin j h. %  net seen the report iid had nothing to say about the ,-elopments. The icpert said that among cted changes would be cne igning the MiJdle East !o t'ie Ctrike Command, j joint functional comd of the Army and the Air established two yeors i : I the stafl thai plans with militai y aspects of Ea i ;i.i ing mainLondon under the comiral Charles D. Grlfn nder in Chief of the rces Eastern Atlantic %  rranean, 1 %  ised i hangea in reies for Middle East would transfer functions ommands' now headed by Is in a command headed S 'win> Gen, Paul I). Adams, the establishment of the Strike] ind and expansion of its reilities have been backed % %  > Gen Maxwell Taylor, chairman Ihe United States Joint Chiefs 1 Staff, The expansion of Strike authority has been apProved in principle but not im plcmented after expression of opion views by Gen. Lyman L. litzer, I'.S. Commander in n Europe and Supreme Allied ( ommander in Europe. Florida Forum To be Heard "On the Nov. 5 Amendments" subject lor The People South Florida's Town Hall on Fri lay, 8 p.m.. in the n Fedt ral Auditorium, Washington Ave. S Kaufman, attorney, will ffe r the viewpoints of the D le Chamber of Com "jerci Government Research Coun,, 'th Miami Beach City Councilman Malvin F.nglander in rebuttal 1 haim Rose will be moderator. A discussion period will follow. Continued from Pago 1 A that the Jews in the USSR aro I being denied religious and culI tural rights extended to other nationalities in the country, and are being subjected to officiallycondoned persecutions. Throughout the discussions it was emphasized by speakers that they do not seek to conduct anti-Soviet propaganda but merely appeal for justice to the Jews and for combatting anti-Semitic propaganda in reports in the Soviet press. The seven-point appeal—a copy! of which was transmitted today j also to Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin in Washington — called [ for immediate action by the Soviet Government on the following specific proposals: 1. Jewish education in all its forms should be permitted. 2. Jewish cultural institutions should be reopened and Jewish artistic life — literature, theater, music, in Yiddish and Hebrewshould be allowed to develop hilly. 3. Central institutions to serve the religious nee.'s of Soviet Jewry should be established; the closing of synagogues and private prayer meetings should be halted, and obstacles to the performance of sacred rites should be removed. 4. Formal religious and cultural bonds with Jewish communities abroad should be allowed, official exchange visits permitted and the right to make religious pilgrimages to the Holy Land granted. 5. Permission for Jews to leave the USSR, so that they may he reunited with families in other lands from whom they have beenl separated, should be implemented' 6. The anti-Jewish character that so strongly colors the official campaign against economic crimes should be eliminated. 7. A vigorous educational cam' paign against anti-Semitism should be undertaken. "We appeal," the conference resolution stated, "to all those in the USSR who genuinely desire i the eradication of the evils of Stal1 inism and who, with us, thirst for truth, justice and decency. We appeal to the Soviet authorities to act in this matter on the basis of 1 their own ideological, constitutional and legal commitments. We issue this appeal in all solemnity, a 5 a matter of urgency and ele1 mentary decency. We cannot keep silent so long as justice is not done on this problem." Associate Justice William O. Douglas, of the United States Supreme Court, one of the cosponsors of the conference, told the gathering that anti-Jewish persecutions manifest themselves in the USSR in many ways, including discrimination against the use of Jewish personnel "in public service." The Supreme Court Justice cited the absenca of Jews in the Soviet Navy. 'Despite theconstitutional facor of "Dr. Zhivago;" ade" of Soviet laws forbidding discrimintaions, he said, Jews aro kept out of certain positions "duo to the fear that Jews might come into contact with Jewish communities outside the Soviet Union." Mauri. Hindus, author of "House With ut a Roof," a study of life in ttte Soviet Union; Dr. Meyer Schapi professor of art history at Coin tibia University; and Dr. Mot Decter. director of Jewish Min ties Research. "But probably the place to! In addition to Bishop Pike a start." he declared, "is with the: Justice Douglas, the sponsors religious community. A univerthe conference included the R sal effort must be made to have| Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. the svnagogue restored and to leader of the Negro integral have the Russian Jews enjoy the; movement; Walter Reuther, v freedom of using their religious' president of the United A. symbols. We must insist on the Workers; Norman Thomas, vet' restoration of the synagogues. an Socialist leader; former I hope that that would be a begin i ?en. Herbert H. L.hman; a r.ing and hope that other tangible! Robert Penn Warren, lam results would follow toward the, American novelist and poet, solution of the Jewish problem in, .he USSR Variety Club Prof. Lewis Feuer, of the Uni_. versify of California, who recent1 rlCHIS rrOCjraniS lv returned from an extended stav in the Soviet Union, reported!. Victor Levine, pasl Chief Bo -.K Vf "TK„ ,Z "cr of Variety Club of Greater at the Conference: The Jewish "* „ • ., %  ami. has been appointed chi. people are allowed to exist It is • > %  their culture which is being ex mon( terminated. The Soviet s a smila-i ms P a| thc ,,„„., ncw hei tion of the Jewish community. J ^ planned from above, directed M from above and enforced through William T. Kruglak II, pies sanctions and the making unChief Barker, also announced tr available of books and teachers.; :• membership drive will be g "This is culturocide—the murder'ting under way shortly, open I of a culture—and inherently de-, members of the entertainme structive of human freedom." profession as well as business i Othcr speakers included Prof. ldlls,ry Horace M. Kallen; Arthur Miller. Variety Club Tenl 33 Is the to playwright and author, Max Hay-1 group which sponsors and opera* ward, Oxford fellow and translatVariety Children's Hospital. rr That Tyranny And Despotism May Perish *>? August Bondi'a life was spent in battling injustice. When not quite tifteen, Bondi look part in the Revolution of 1848 in his native Austria. After the revolution failed, the Bondis emigrated to America. That was the beginning of the odyssey of August Bondi which was to place him beside John Brown in Kansas. An ardent abolitionist. Bondi arrived in Kansas' in May. 18."."), in the company of Jacob Benjamin. There they were joined by Theodore Wiener. The three immigrants settled on the Mosquito branch of PottaWatomie creek, near Osawatomie. Bondi's abolitionist statements soon brought him to the attention of the pro-slaver} border ruffians. His life was threatened and Bondi enlisted the aid of John Brown's sons. When Brown himself arrived. Bondi and Wiener promptly joined his military company. In the civil war that followed the Pottawatomie Massacre, in which .John Brown executed live border ruffians, Bondi took part in almost every battle as a follower of "God's angry man." During the Civil War Bondi served for three years in the 5tfh Kansas Volunteer Cavalry. He was Anally invalided out of the service because of serious wounds suffered in Arkansas. At the War's end Bond! settled in Salina, becoming one of its leading citizens. Bondi's credo, stated in his autobiography, is still relevant to modem problems. "I do not regret," he wrote, "a single Btep or instance in my long life, to further and assist the realization of my devout wishes that tyranny and despotism may perish, and bigotry and fanaticism may be p irs t W |.,. wiped from the face of the earth." August through Loi Bondi devoted his life to these aims. P.LORILIARD COMPANY ESTABLISHED iTtO most lard Ciga t"..',ir •9*3 l> La ottes eh CO.



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Page 6-A AH i <# Fkrali tr Friday. October 18, 1963 4 JFK Greets B'nai B'rith Anniversary CHICAGO — year with a dinner here honoring ambassador Philip M Klutznick. a former member o, the IS. delegation to tie Lni; ed Nationand a past president of the B'nai B'rith The dinner featured a major civil rights ad dresi by Attorney General Robert Kennedy. The Attorney General outlined civil rights goals and emmendei Klutznick ard B'nai B'rith for their roles in the advancement of national human rights objectivePresident John F. Kennedy, in a messa:j to the dinner, paid tribute to B'nai B'rith as "a constructive force in the life of our nation." President Kennedy said that "erthocgh B'nai B'rith is the oldest voluntary service organization founded in our nation, its appeal to the social conscience of people everywhere remains fresh and new." The President paid high tribute to Mr. Klutznick, stating that "it is particularly appropriate that he be hirored on this occasion, tor he exeTiplit es the leiderhip that has projected B'nai B'rith to its present oo;it : on as an cistar.dirg service organization." Enumerating the B'nai B'rith's .-.chi-.vement.-. l're-k!e..t Kennedy said: "It OCgaatnd the first p:tals i; sponsored; it pijShipping Officer in Gotham Akiva Goffer, vice president of American-Israeli Shipping Company of Florida, agents for Zim Lines, was in New York this week for a two-day company planning meeting for all U.S. and Canadian officers directed by Zvi Herman, managing director of Zim Lines, of Haifa. Goffer returned earlier this week from a ten-state tour, calling on travel agents to promote seven sailings from Miami this winter of the Zim liner SS Jerusalem. revo'uNcn, Klutznick said "Jewish "ectoeatidrr must keep the torch of learning lighted with sufficient brillance for the Jew to see his personal obligation." He said Ihe Jew was entering "the Promised Land of material well-being tut th* B'nai B'rith old values of uniting Jews in the highest irterest of humanity must rot be submerged or lost In materialism or automated conformity." Mr. Kluiz-ick said that during veered innovations in ph lanthr^py the first 120 years of B'nai B'rith, and social service; it's wartime the Jewish community, partly be-ervices goes back to the Civil cause of B'nai B'rith's role, is War: it his improved fie educabetter organized, more unified, tioral opp irtumties of our youth; .strengthened in its security and It has developed programs to awakened to its communal rebroaden human rights Bad defend • sporsibihties. Now we must civil liberties." think of educating, perpetuating. B'nai B'rith president Label and inspiring our people to bring Katz. presented Klutznick with the the old values into the new life Dm award of 4he anniversary ei continuity from the exodus of year for porsnifying "the purpose Moses to the present marches for and idealof B'nai B'rith in the Lstrng contribution! he has made to Jewish lfe and to the Amen can society." He commended Mr. Klutznick for having contributed vision and dynamism to B'nai B'rith. Klutznick said that now that B'nai B'rith has attained 120 freedom. Other speakers included Gov. Otto Kerrer. of Illinois, and Abraham Feinberg. national chairman of Israel Bonds. Some 1.500 persons attended the dinner, including a distinguished group of 120 Anniversary Fourder-. who are years, the traditional life-span of supporting a special fund for JewMoses, the order must "not only. ih educational purposes coincidlikc Moses, look into the Promised ing with the anniversary Land, but actually enter it." Stressing that B'nai B'rith has not Completed its work but only begun, Mr. Klutznick said: "The Promised Land we envisage is a conceptsof a meaningful Jewish life per-tpetuated despite new challenges." Citing the developing Negro Elected to serve as officers of the senior class for the fallwinter term at the Lear School on Miami Beach are seated (left to right) Lyle Milstein. of Miami, vice president; Walter French, oi Miami Beach, president. Standing are (left to right) Mike Lubin, of Keystone Point, treasurer, and Jim Sarr.urin, of Miami Beach, secretary. What's the News here in Miami? I AND KEEP THEM AT WORK!. A pension or profit-sharing plan in your business may be the answer to the problem of keeping good men at work. Federal income tax law allows a business to deposit a limited amount of cash or other property in special funds for employees — including self-employed—an amount necessary for retirement pensions or merely a portion of the profits. And you receive the advantage of certain beneficial tax treatment of those funds. Trust administration of this plan offers many advantages, so check Mercantile National I Bank of Miami Beach — it's good business! MERCANTILE^ NATIONAL BANK f OF MIAMI BEACH 420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL* PH. JE 8 7831 he Se 111! ha it> A: Ih ol at be So %  P it h o ii (ii bt Ai io le tu jo With the increasing concern for happenings on the national and international scene, it's often easy to overlook the importance of the reporting of hometown news. Yet, this is one of the greatest values of your newspaper .. gathering the news which keeps you accurately informed about local events of personal interest. In observance of National Newspaper Week, Oct. 14-20, we are happy to join in saluting the hard-working people of this newspaper for their many contributions to this city and area. Southern^J^Bell



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Friday, October 18. 1963 vJewlsfi ftorSdlkui Page 7-A AX Prcbes Rights Rde By Special Report \i:\V" YORK—Tti" role of Jews j,! the current en I r ;:hts struggle ; ,ntl human r e I a ; i urnsissues throughout the world will be moat ,ne principuJ subjects of I he American Jewisu Committee's :,. I'onal Executive Boar* inverting in Chicago on. Oct. 31 tw. Xov. 3. Vim "is Abrani. arhwney ar.d first 1,-al chef of the I>v.ce Corps. .. %  |,o ichairman oi die American .1 ,. w i %  h Commurv* s Executive Hoard, announced tile agenda of I hi organization Fa ">Dpolicy ma k1:11; body here this week. AAraOl -aid that the board will. consider issues centering on the civil rights struggle and race relalons, including: Quota* for Negroes in employment and housing, responsibilities of Jewish communal organizations, and the American Jewish Committee's role in organizing and developing programs in the U.S. industrial community to expand employment opportunity for Negroes. The Executive Board will also special report on antiSemitism in the L'.S. with particular emphasis on the increase of hate literature produced here and Us ust in Eur o pe an countries. The situation of .lews in North Africa will be under discussion at the Executive Board on the basis ol recent reports trom the Committee'* Kuropean ortice. Abram Other subjects ur.dvr consideration at the Executive Board will Cedars of Lebanon Hospital campaign leaders adopt their slogan, "Finish the Upper Three in '63," referring to completion of the fourth, fifth and sixth floors of the hospital. Shewn at their work-session shortly after setting a goal of SI,500,000 are (left to right clockwise) Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board; Stanley H. Wolff, trustee; Sanford K. Bronstein, hospitl aadministrator; president, Harry L. Lewis, vice president, Sam Luby Sr.; Elliott Blumenthal, trustee; and Morris Klass. chairman of community services. The nonprofit, community hospital is located at 1321 NW 14th St. Renowned Singer Rosa Raisa Dead After Illness be • The status and security of Jews overseas, particularly in the Soviet I'nion and Argentina; I • Religion in public education, including the questions of "shared time" between public *nd parochial schools, and community relations problems arising from the Supreme Court decision on school prayer ami Bible reading; • The Committee's program on German educators who were brought to this country to learn American methods on education lor democracy; • Progress reports on action regarding bias in religious texts and teaching materials: • Reports on growing cooperation and friendship among the major faiths in the IS. and the free world. LOS ANGELES — (JTA) — Bia lystok-born Rosa Raisa. in her day one of the world's leading opera stars, died here this week niter a long illness at the age of 70. She had been living with a, daughter since her retirement in. 1937. At the age of 14. Rosa Raisai Burshtcim emigrated to Naples to | escape a pogrom. Aided by lead Beth Am Men Plan Program President of Temple Beth Am Brotherhood, announces a breakfast on Sunday morning. Macie Schaeffer. program chair-' man. has arranged for John L. Coffin, comptroller of the Junior Chambers of Commerce International, to be guest speaker. He will discuss "Rhodesia and Nyasaland and the Part They Play in Africa." On Wednesday evening, Oct. 30,; the Brotherhood will be host to, the Men's Club of the Palmetto I resbyterian Church at a dinner in the Temple auditorium Brief; remarks will be made by Rev. Neil Wynck and Rabbi Herbert; M. Baumgard. On Sunday. Oct. 13. Raskin, Ben Clem. Sol Schwartz and Jack Dulbeig attended a meeting of the Southeast Florida Temple Broth er hoods in Palm Beach. Plans were made for the annual retreat to be held in the Keys during themonth of May. ing figures of Italian opera, she made her debut at the Verdi Centenary Festival in Parma in 1913. end her American debut in the same year in Chicago. She and her husband became naturalized American citizens. She spoke and sang in Yiddish. English. Russian, German. French. Italian and Spanish. She sang the role of "Leah" in the first American pertormances in Detroit in 1936 of Rocca's opera. 'The Dybbuk." She was married to a Catholic, the baritone Giaccomo Rimini, Who died in 1952. In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Segala. she is survived by a sister. Mrs. Freida Goldenberg, of the Bronx. f 175 MORE BEDS Top Leaders Will Head Cedars' Building Drive Three civic leaders have been named to top posts in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital's $1,500,000 building campaign to enlarge the hosptial President Harry L. Lewis appointed Stanley C. Meyers, chairman of the board, to head up the Big Gifts Division. This unit will solicit donations of $5,000 and over. Local builder and developer, Morris Lomaskin, will be chairnan Of the Si.000 to $5,000 gift group, and Trustee Elliott Blumnthal is to organize contributors •nder $1,000. The advance gifts phase of the drive is being cooriinated by Trustee Morris Klass. Luncheon meetings at the rate of two and three per week are being held in the hospital cafeteria, "and attendance at these organizational sessions indicates a strong campaign nucleus is in the making," Lewis announced. "We will streamline our campaign, to culminate with the opening of the fourth, fifth and sixth floors by the first of January, 1964." he said. Lewis pointed out that the nonsectarian, non-profit institution, has been functioning at less than half of its potential since doors < pened in November, 1961 with 108 bed-. The current capital funds drive will add 175 beds on the upper three Hourto accommodate many more patients, and enlarge the X Ray laboratories and out-patient departments. Costume Ball Held Here Temple Tifereth Jacob sponsored a costume ball on Saturday night in the social hall at 9 p.m. There were dancing and games. Robert Ncuiander and Jack Wilco were in charge of reservations PRoorniMiin UHINKI.V ir ; C;KM\ Ml IRVLWIRIIICMAWraan a.*ajBBWItU,WB,j Bill Miller, president Frcmkjw Federal Savings and J-oan Association oi Miami, has announced the appointment of Joseph L. Goodman to the post of vice president. ^dman is vice president of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B ntn, member of the American Jewish Committee, the Men s Club of Temple Israel, na a director of the Miami ^ach Music and Art League. Senior Citizens Meeting Here A mass meeting of Miami Beach senior citizens was to be held Thursday night, 8 p.m.. at Wash-, ington Federal Savings and Loan, Association, 1234 Washington Ave. I Sponsored by Golden Ring Club| No. 3, the session was expected to attract more than 500 persons to the auditorium, according toj club president, Abe Goldberg. Michael Sossin, member of the | Florida State Council for Senior Citizens, was to discuss the KerrMills Bill. Dr. Abraham Nemser was to speak on geriatrics. He is one of the leading medical proponents of Medicare. Soft Whiskey foolsyou.lt swallows easy So easy you forget that it's 86 proof.



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?=ge 8-A +Jmls* nor Mian Friday, October 18. 1963 • ; •) it I T I r \ V \ Y t ii c it I ie fa t TEMPLE MENORAH PLANS OCCASION FOR OCT. 26 Maurice Revitz Will be Honored At Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute Tribute will be paid to Maurice Revitz, Greater Miami civic. b siness, synagogue and Israel Bond leader, at the Temple Menorah rael Dinner of Tribute on Saturday evening. Oct. 26, at the --' nericana Hotel. Revitz. president of Temple • enorah and chairman of the I xecutive Committee of the ( reater Miami Israel Bond Or. anization. will be honored for "service to the Land of Israel, the People of Israel, and %  Faith of Israel." Coming to Miami as guest eaker at the dinner and to pre%  nt the coveted Israel Re. •mption Year Award to Revitz \ ill be the renowned U.S. statesi an. Sen. Wayne Morse, noted t'lampion of Israel. Heading the committee for the nner are Rabbi Mayer Abramo%  itz, spiritual leader of Temple Ienorah. who is honorary chairi an; Joseph Mansbach. dinner Kiirman; Louis Reinstein, co. lairman: Sol Frankel. chairi an of the Committee of Hosts; I id Mrs. Elsie Belsky. chairman i the Women's Committee. A successful business execu' .e. Revitz has been prominent' identified with numerous comi unity causes. A native of Chi. 20. Revitz is a veteran of World War II, having served with distinction as director of re habilitation at the Nichola General Hospital in Louisville, Ky. Prior to coming to Miami, he achieved a noteworthy record as a community leader in Chicago, and since taking up residence in Miami with his family, he has gained recognition as one of the dynamic young civic leaders ot the community. Rabbi Abramowitz pointed out that "since becoming president of Temple Menorah. Revitz has shown dynamic leadership in Temple affairs and has exemplified devotion in every facet of synagogue life. Under his leadership, not only has Temple Menorah membership gained, but an enviable record of synagogue activities has been achieved, climaxing in an outstanding rebuilding program of the Temple. "As dear as the Temple is to him. the State of Israel and its needs has always received his devoted attention. He accepted the role of leadership, serving for the past two years as chairman of the Executive Committee for the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. During this period. Miami achieved the position of outstanding Israel Bond community in the world. "An accelerated period of Bond growth began in Miami when Revitz accepted the chairmanship of the annual Israel Bond Dinner which highlights the community's activities on behalf of Israel. In recognition of this unique service, coupled with his devotion to his Temple and to every worthy Jewish cause, Mr. Revitz has won the esteem and regard of his Tern pie, the entire community and the top leadership of the State of Israel." Chairman Mansbach and chair man of the Host Committee Sol Frankel expressed confidence "that the dinner will be one ol the most gratifying in the his torv of Temple Menorah and be a landmark ir. Greater Miami's efforts for the State of Israel through Israel Bonds OfFER WHOLEHEARTED SUPPORT OF GALA FUNCTION Distinguished Leaders Head Committee SOI FRANKEL A rosier of honor has volun-ered to head the Dinner Com, ,ittee to assure that the Temple ienorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute II be not only, fitting honor j i an esteemed o a d e r but a ratifying and .yous event in a life of the -in pie. Heading the I inner Committee are Rabbi iayer Abramowitt, honorary i lairman; Jos. ph Mansbach. dinner chairman: louis Reinstein, co-chairman; Sol rankel, chairman of the Comi littee of Hosts; Elsie Belsky. i lairman of the Women's Comi littee for the dinner. Serving as vice-chairmen are ving Billig. Jack Bui stein, Louis DeCoveny. Joseph DenI lark, Hon. Mai Englander. Hon. : ernard Frank. Sam Fuchs. •amuel Graubart, Jack Korenlit. Jerry Lelchuk. Sam Malow, Julius Resnick. Sam Schilfman. I Sherman. Leonard Solomon ltd Charles Sommer. Servinon me Dinner Committee with them are Mr. and Mrs. Pave Alper, Mr. and Mrs Ben Alter. Ml. and Mr. AH* Appel, Mr. an-1 Mr*. Capel Aclu-r. Herman Belspel, Mm S..MI l..-lsky. Mr. and Mm. Hyman Bera. r ; and Mrs. Morris C Berger, Mr. and Mi.Biamund Berlant. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Block, Mr. and Mm. Isador. Blofstein, Mi. and Mr.Aaron Blum, Mr and Mrs, Sol Braa*r, Mr. mi' 1 .Vis Joseph Bresroan, Mr. and Mrs. William Breaaler, Bernard Brodaky. Mi and MiMichael Bronateln, Mr. HUM Mr.-. Morrln Brownateln. MrFannie Bi dee. Mr. and Mill u i' Coh n. Mrand Mis. laa,...,,. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen Mi-. Bonla r>anovlt, Mr. and Mrs 'Hi" Diamond, Mr. and Mr.-. laadore Drell, Mr. and Mr-. Hamnel Edelsteln, Dr. Bernard Bhrenprels, Mr and Mi-. Ban Elsenberg-, Mi and MiI rank Elaman. Mi and Mrs. Benjamin Ellas, Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Epstein, Mr. and Mr.. Sam Fildinan. Mr. and Mr* Sam Hildst.in. Mr. and Mis. lllin.n KVnster, KuaenFenyves, Mi Mrs Max Pern, Mr. and Mis. isidore Fischer, I >i and Mrs. Jerald l" Flshbeln, Mr. and Mrs. Qua '• Plsher, Mr. and Mrs. Bol "rankel, Mr and Mm, Murray M. Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Bolomon llewanter, Mr. and MrNaii MI I Qlickman. Mi and Mi Jalmn Goldemlx rg, Barnel GoSS, Mr. and Mrs. S..I Gottlll b Mr, and Mrs. Nathan Greenhouse, Mi and Mis. Oscar Hecker, Mr. and Mis. Daniel Neal Hellc v. Mm. Bi He Hlrsch, Mr. and Mi.Morris Hock, Mi and Mrs. Nathan Hoffman, M and Mrs. Banford I • Jacobson, Mr and MiJoseph Joselson, Mr. and MiLouis A. Kata, Mr and Ml Murray. Kern, Mr. and Mis Dnvlil Kleiman, I". and Mrs. Simmiinl Klein, Mi. and MiMarry .1. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Herman B Konperman, M* and Mis. Joseph Kornfleld, Mr. and MrMax Krausv Mi. and Mis. Ben Lasarua, Mr. and Mis. Kinanu.l LebowltS, Mr and MilaaiiI '""I' M] % %  A Mm Charles Llpklns. M ."id Mm Nathan Malsh Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manshai h, Mand Mm Maxwell Marks. Mr. and Mrs Jacob Mats. Mi and Mrs A l.ouls Mchlowlta, Mr and Mm. Ihivid Miller, Dr. and Mrlack Mlshkln, Mr. and Mrs Morry Nathanson, Judai %  Mr-. Tli 1 Nelson. Mr and Mrs. II. i man merman, Ml H nd art Murray ornsteln, Mr and Mm I'bert v leto Mr. and Mr-. Bernard Passman, Mr. and Mm. Jack B I'oplck, Mr, anil Mi.-. Abraham Rablnowlta, Mr and Mrs I la Reinstein, Mr. ami MrMaurice Revlta, Mr. and Mm. Lieher Rliurer, Mr. and Mm. I.. srd Rosen, Mr. and Mr-. Harry enfeld, Mrs. I.,-.Rubin, Mr. Mrs. Maurice Sai'ian .Midi:. Mrs. Albert II. Hapersteln, Mr M: Edward .1. Hcheaffi •. Mi Mrs Irvlna Schulman, Mr and i:,.-i ami am! ami M Mrs. Bui hmai man. Mr. mn. Mi Abraham Selecoff, Mr and Norman Shapiro Mr and Mrs Rmanuel M Sllvtr%  ti In, Mr. ami Mi-. Max Si mm, Mi ami Mrs Milton Sim;, i Mr. and MiN. David Knyderiiinn, Mr ami Mi.-. Herman Bolomon, Mi .'ml MiNorman si imler, I n and Mi I '•• Janiin I.. Ktelnbera, Mi ami Mrs, Saul Btrai hman, Mr and Mm. l.o Mr and Mrs i. r > sib-iml Mrs. Melvin A T i ..ml Mi il. nrj i ibi Mrs. Saiah T nnenbaum, Mr. and Mi Ben /.i"ii Tob) Mr and MiMorrb r.i-i. .\ ami Mm. Abraham I. L'slandei Mi and Mrs. William I. Waller, Ml ami Mrs. Jacob Wasserman, Mi ami Mr Muni. .1 Well, Mi and Mrs. Henry R. Welnsteln, Mi ami Mr-. Isldor Welnst.-ln, Mi and Mrs Loula .1 Wertlleb, inami Mrs Lawrence A. Weston, Mr ami Mm. Isldor. Wollowlck, Mr ami Mrs David Wolowltz, Mr, and Mis I: il.in Zerlllt, Mi : nd Mr.Ii win Zn,-kii man, Mr and MiCarl Zwerner. Maurice Hevitz liett) is congratulated by Habbi Mayer Abram owitz upon being named to receive the coveted Israel Redemption Year Award. The presentation will be made at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute on Saturday evening, Oct. 26. at the Americana Hotel. Sen. Wayne Morse Due at Temple Fete I s. Sen. Wayne Morse, eminent statesman, orator and champion of human rights, will be uiu'si -peak and present the coveted Israel Redemption Year Award to Maurice Hevitz at the Temple Menorah-Israei Dinner of Tribute on Saturday evening. Oct. 26. at the Americana lintel A ranking member of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Sen. Morse is looked upon with admiration for his faithful and courageous stand on vital issues affecting l/nited States and Israel relations. Throughout his years in the U.S. Senate. Wayne Morse has been distinguished for his independence of mind and his identification with humanitarian principles. He has steadily proved himself a champion of the rights of Israel in its struggle for peace and economic security. Host Committee Chairman Sol Frankel noted that an opportunity of porsonulh meeting with Sen. Morse will be accorded to dinner guests al a reception preceding the dinner Elected as a Republican in 1944. he did not hesitate to cross party lineto support measures which he was convinced were in the public interest. Keelecte I as a Republican in 1950 lor a second term ending in January. 1957, Sen. Min-r resigned from the GOP in 1953 to become the Joseph Mansbach (center), chairman of the "Temple Menorah-Israei Dinner of Tribute, receives assurances of support of Temple and c ommunity leaders. From left are Leonard Solomon and Charles Sommer, members of the Host Committee; Mansbach; Maurice Revitz, guest of honor; and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah spiritual leader. *u StN. WAtHt MORSf only Independent in the Senate The following year, he joined tin ranks of (he Democratic Part> A leading spokesman in favoi of Federal public power and agricultural conservation pro grams. Sen. Morse is a membei of the following Senate Commil tecs: Banking and Current-) Foreign Relations; and District of Columbia, of which be is s Committee chairman. Sen. Morse was for manj years prior to his public service a noted educator and legal expert. In Israel, with Levi Eshkol, now Prime Minister. Maurice Revitz pledged his own and the community's continued effort to assure Israels economic growth through the Israel Bond program. The tribute to Revitz is a reflection of recognition oi a promise fulfilled. Proudly looking on (left) is Mrs. Revitz.



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Friday, October 18. 1963 *Jewisfincridlian Paae 9-A UU.—IJIIIII'K""'"*'—" %  """UU'Ui! wniWJlHidkLiin.JiiiintL-aiinMiiiiim— % % % %  rB i1 | 11M|M | Tory Leaders By MAX LERNER Catholic Scholars Split on 'Deputy' The Conservative Parly conference, which is usually an annual hore. baa broken that hallowed British tradition and taken on a ten sion of excitement. Three events in rapid-tire succession have given the hue ma~s ol Tory delegates the dangerous and perhaps illusory sense thai they might conceivably shape party and national history, ..ml broken the terrible scr.se ol entrapment they have had since the 1'rolumo case. One was the Prime Minister's illness and operation. Ihe second WM the speed With which he announced that he would have 10 resign, thus making way for a new man to lead the party and country. The third, only a few hours alter Macmillan's move. a> Lore: Hailsham's announcement that he was ready to "disclaim" his peerage, thus promising a stiff fight for the succession. Of tie three major contenders, there is little question that Rab Butler has the inside track. The party functionaries are for him. and while thi Cabinet (including Macmillam may not be avid for him, liny find him more acceptable than they do Muulding, who is younger .md les experienced, and Hailsham, who seems to retain the brand nl ,th i averick Maulding cannot be counted out ot the struggle. v excitement which Hailsham's move generated in the large audience to which he had re-d a long speech makes him unmistakably the mat I 'he conference itsell The tighl now will be Hailsham against But U %  Othe two, Butler mighf well make the better Prime Minister. heated him cruelly ol his chance to lead the country when Eden v.. lorced out and Macmillan succeeded him. He has been ni; in the wings, but exactly lor that reason he has lost the \fity His face is an owl's lace, but an owl who has seen cvery'.h *g twice Since you leel that nothing new could surprise feel also that he will offer nothing new. Thai would be a t ndicap with which to face a Labor Party campaign under : IVilson, with his intellectual energy and the promise he oilers thai '-I i an release the stored up energy id the British nation. Hailsham on the other hand would probably make the best ean(Iid.it( e Conservatives could offer against Wilson. He is a drapure, with a flow of wit. a capacity for invective, a sense ot (especially on TV), and with just enough of a dash of the .in to make the whole mixture spicy. Moreover, as Mm %  Science, he has dealt enough with science and technology WiUon on that battlefield which he seems to have chosen as ln o> i reserve %  now he has the weighty men of the "'City.'" the Cabinet ;nicl thi Establishment again -t him Hut if he were to become the choice i his party, the anti Establishment label might be an advan lagi rai ler ti'.an a handicap in the election itself. His critics am. enemier call hrm '•emotional.' but in the course of a conversation with hi! 1 -, during* the better part ol an evening, I felt convinced that he h;.s the capacity (which Krushchev has as well) of expressing his emotions when it suits him to, and ol controlling them when th> on calls for control. All of which makes him something of an vcr\ much of a politician hi., ham has little to lose by his bid for power. If the con. lercnci could decide the question it would probably pick up. But Ihe I • -h political system is a thing of wonder, which operatein %  atmosphere where nothing is exactly fixed or tightly nailed down ["he men behind th" scene who will do the actual choosing. :he Queen on her formal choice, are unlikely to take Hail • it it lUitler leads the part) to (in electoral deteat. as is high l.v likctthe fact of Hailsham's dramatic bid lor the leadership wil a strong contender for leadership in the election after the i ime point the Conservatives will have to make up their \ parts without a leader is like an attractive woman withMil i. an of her own. She may seem interesting, wayward, moody it deep within she feels insecure to a point of despair. The 1 arty, which usually had an ideolog] without a chief, has ..Ned one and found the other The Conservatives have usualI) lac kan ideology but hail a chief. They are for the moment either. That is why the Labor Parts conference at Scarborough had the smell of power edged with hunger. Here at Blackpool Iheri i .i desire to retain power, but it iedged with uncertainty and e Tone-, like most people, can stand disappointment and even di -(it, but they cannot stand uncertainty. T'


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:? e ri h k ri ?age 10-A 9-Jewistncrkliari Friday, October 18. 1963 /VC /l CT# O M 5 .H. Kuuirf lli' We ek*" ,-MSME EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Joseph Picus, prestent. • EETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. %  ,l:,s 6 |>.n >'.itur : %  %  • < < Oar txw.h: K. in. Hi LUtvM, BOB >•: Mr, %  l Mrs, Hi ar I ikaaabersT. • L 5-TH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. ;.icbi Solomon Schiff. BOTH EMETH VEHUDAH MOSHE. 3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman fine. May 8:13 r'" Series: "Oilnndox, navrvatlve, I: form anil R nutrueiii-:.in liiinu Satui itn.s K: i". a.m. -r Mitavah: Normnii, BOH %  %  -Mr Simon '.'>'" -i %  CANDLMGMING TIMt 30 Tishri — 5:31 p.m. dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabb Herbert Biumgard, Cantor Charles Kodner. Ii.,l:i\ SO [' ni S.imoli Th !:> %  ,linr.-ni.nl% %  in A.lllll ReHstksn." .1% 11:13 a.m. Bar Mllxvah on ,.r .Mi .-in-1 Mraj Stanley AOIer. ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kron'sh Cantor David Conviser. |-ii,l;i\ 8:1J I'.'" %  Si-rnii.n: "Major 1* ...,,. Con.ranMttK R*-IIKIOM Saiurda> 11:43 u.m. Ititr Mitavah: Robert, -"< -Kri'tnv .r Mi. nnil Mi*. Charles) Silvern. 8755 SW 16th St Miami. Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday %  % %  << pan. Sataroay *M a.m. luir Mltcvah: i:i.k>. son ol -Mi. anffl .Mrs. I' RaMae, TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Ran bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. p.m. Harmon: '"Our Ivory Tuatr a ." Baturda> van: Richard. -"' Irvtna Denmark 11 Mill. ..i Mr %  M l/.uiul Mm. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. ; TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB %  •How !">' Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rauo 9 r ,l • — HOLLY Reform • ETH ISRAEL 400 Prairie ave. Or -hodox. Rabbi H. Loois Rottman. TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. ,i Rabbi Samuel Jafle. r*rlda> 8:13 p.m. Film an I'AHC umin.i rHini) in Cleveland, Ga., "ill be Ml,. • ii and |Kin4 dux-uswion will be pi ,->< ni.-ti ditiittK the soolaJ hour. EETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ive. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Ida} 5:43 p.m. Haturda) S:S0 a.m. mon: ">• If-l'i • %  i nation." EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. %  iu;i\ :..r. um. Saturday B:43 a.m. • Hnoa: "We Deetroji Ounu in. "Hoi I loll "i Law." 5: IT. p.m. ha Flood." EETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. £>ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or' hodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • EETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zlon Kirschenoaum. u:--'k.> 8 r %  in. Bar Mitavah: OHii. sou ni' Mi and Mm. Earle Risenrif. PVIday 8 3-1 p in. Baa Mttavali: /leu. dawxhter itf Mi and Mra. Abram Schorr. Saturday v l" a.m. Mar! Uvah: Kenneth, aon "i Mr .-11111 -!. Jack Olofrer; Mare, son of Mr d Mr.--. Seymour Zackhelm. • %  CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi • braham Strassfeld. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE; GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lcmer. 1 idiiy IM 11.111 Sermon: "The Hid, n Balnta." Saturday KSe a.m. liar I tsvah: Leslie Allen, aon ol Mr. ami .\! noid tJplvaok. F-LAGLER GRANADA. 50 lW 5st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg. Way 8sN p.m. Sermon: "Oreai He•.01 Jawiah l.ii' rature N',- mean%  rs of the congregation and Itus Sohool Btudenta with Oetobei I j-thdaya will be honored. Mr and ••rs. Harold bi umpf will hoal the .-iT Bnabbnt i'i celebraflBn ni ihfir id i\,-ddin-. %  n itveraar>'< HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree! Ir. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. grata. e DLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201 i Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. • 1RAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th T. Swirsky Cantor Louis Cohen. St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu Idaj 5:45 p.m Saturdaj B:3o a.m. NESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lelirfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • CHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. T3UTHWEST CENTER. 6433 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. 1 M Bi rmon: "Fli ort Btl r." SatU n 9 .1 in liai Mill\ 1I1: Mark, win "i Mr and Mr a. Bld\ S ha 1111 > TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. i.ln 8:13 11 The 11 inn who ; ir-.t<-d the Sanctuar) In Hnie foi High Hi '< % %  %  "ill I" Imi 'I TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reconstruetionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:13 p.m. Barinon: "tMima Advice in ni Rnbbl Ma than." Satorda> laiHa a.m. Sermon: "Who iv ,1 Ki>;hieoun Person?" Mr* Norman Jacobs will hoal tinKidduah. Iday s:3(l p 11 H rmon: V..u Hate < %  Inean?" 1 MI. u Shabbal uHted 1.1 SlHierhoud. Saturdaj 11:80 1.111. Youlli service. 1EMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrmar Cantor Hirsh Adler. 1 rldaj '•. p in. H llurdaj % %  a.m. .-.11 • honor a 'i l-ehi man'2( tli annlv. raar> "iili Ihe consreaatlon. Sei n. "Kn anu-r.l and 1 An AnnlverM.H MeRaaRe." Baa Mltxvali robl, daughter % %  < Mi. and Mr* ii i Ing 1 !rtel TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. R.ibbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bomstem. h'rlda) :i*. p.m Sermon: "Whnl Ihe Kriiiah Clergyman Told I'rlnceaa Anna \i 1 >• \ TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca' Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. 1 ii.i.i.i 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Ioomed to 1 .^ in 11 Saturdaj IO:ao a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Michael, son of Mr. and Mra. Alfred Bokol. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ISO Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Hyman Gi-ces Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. r„„„i: "Weeklj ['"rtlon ol the Ln. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 ZamoQ Rabbi Herschel Broeka. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday 1:11 P"'Bennon: "Family and Harriagre." Saturday 8:4> a.m. Sermon: "Noah waa Righteoua In lii r„ n.i.iiiiin." TEMPLE ZiON. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. I i nl n u.iuSatul'iUiy %  ""> Si i mon: "Can TOU Realal Public Oplnli.n?" Bar Mlnvah: Brian, son of Mr. ..ml Mra. Louis Oroaaman. — a T1FERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Weriiick. Cantor Albert Glantz. — e YOUNG ISRAct. ' % % %  -" TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase i TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. United Synagogue Prepares To Celebrate Half-Century By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK Southeast Florida Region United Synagogue of America On Nov. 17 to 21, the United Synagogue of America will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of its founding by Solomon Schechter. Almost two thousand delegates representing 750 congregations in the United States and Canada will meet to discuss the theme, "The Legacy of Solomon Schechter—Vision and Fulfilment." A unique feature of the convention, to be addressed by Prof. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will be a series of "conventions-withinthe-convention," during which experts on adult Jewish education, synagogue schools, youth education, and synagogue administration will meet for intensive instruction with synagogue leaders. A special "Laboratory for Leaders" will concern itself specifically with the problems of congregations of 250 families on less. Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieres Pain Hew Yrk, N.Y.CSpeelal )-For tha first time science has found a new healinf substance wibh the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, atop rectal itch and U relieve pain—without surgery. In case after ease, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Moat amazing of all — results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements lika "Piles have ceased to be a problem I" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) -discovery of a world-famous research institute. ., This substance is now avail able hi fuppotitory or ointment form ander the name PreparutioH i/. At all drug counters. Solomon Schechter was not only a brilliant scholar, (his world-wide reputation was made as a result of his discovery of a great many ancient manuscripts in a Cairo synagogue), and a superb university president, (he served as president of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America from 1902 until his death in 1915) but he was endowed with the imaginative wisdom needed to project all that had to be done to secure the creative survival of the Jewish way of life in our country. RABBI ALIEN RUTCHIK return 10 the woy In 1913. he organized the Unit ed Synagogue of America. Twenty-two congregations responded to his call. Fifty years; later. 760 congregations, representing the living legacies of Schechter's work, minister to-, over one million men. women, and children. Schechter's fore-; sight has borne sweet fruit and today, as we celebrate the Jubilee, we echo the Biblical injunction. "And ye shall sanctify the fiftieth year And ye shall return each man to his posses-' sions." (Lev. 25:10). We. in the United Synagogue. are indeed sanctifying the 50th year as we turn to the most prec ious of all possessions, our Jewish way of life. Youth Forum Will Be Held Here Department of Florida, Jewish j War Veterans, in addition to its j traditional Veterans Day activities, will sponsor on Nov. 11 its third annual Youth Forum, according to Senior Vice Commander Ainslee R. Ferdie. Among participants already scheduled is Edmund Gong, State Representative from Dade County, a past leader of Boys' State and Boys' Nation. He will speak en "Opportunities for Leadership Among Young Americans." Donald E. Stone, Assistant United States Attorney, and chairman of the Coral Gables Planning Advisory Commission, will speak on "Opportunities for Service Among Young Americans." Bill Elfenbein. international Social Awareness Chairman forj AZA and Florida Regional coor-i dinator of the B'nai B'rith Youth j Organization, will report on his recent trip to the World Jewish! Youth Conference in Israel in a I presentation of "An American! Boy's View of Israel." Serving on the Arrangements Committee is Hononary Chairman and Department Trustees Izzy Karp and Department Patriotic Instructor John Howard. Representing the Ladies' Auxiliary is Senior Vice President Rhoda Deutsch, of Hollywood. THIS IS ONE OF OUR 337,111 BRANCH OFFICES THAT'S RIGHT. Sterling Savings is as close as your nearest mail box — a mere 5 hours away by jet. And what's more, Sterling Savings pays Air Mail Postage BOTH ways —makes it easier than ever to save with safety. Every Sterling Saving's account is insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the federal government. Family members can open several accounts — individual, joint and partnership accounts. All are fully insured. Sterling Saving's accounts are a legal investment for Synagogue, corporate, union, trust and pension plans. Acesasti os ts 110,000 Insured %  > F.S.L.I.C. 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Jay. October 18, 1963 Jtwisfi n-or/dKan Page 1". A .* --m*. Mesivta to Get iDr Wolfson is Speaker Sefer Torah From Students Sunday First dedication of Sefer Torah by Mesivta students shows front row bottom (left to right) ^George Sternstein, Thomas Goldring, Rabbi lorris L. Horovitz, principal, Edward Zemel, Nathaniel Wouk. Shlomo Caplan, Sidney Streicher. Top row (left to right) are Joel Kornreich, Bernard Lipman, Irving Jacobv, Kenneth Wo'.f, Randy D. Makovsky. William Berman. \.A. Jewish Papers Praise Verwoerd JOHANNESBURG — (JTA) — four South African Jewish hcoklies do voted editorials this I'c'k to the situation following IsVael's decision not to replace its .Minister to South Africa and the .-peech by South African Prime [Minister H. F. Verwoerd, in reply to Israel's action. Each paper |expressed appreciation that the Prime Minister clearly recognized IE. J. Schealfer and Associates [Advertising Agency announIces that Robert S. Hurwitz |has joined the organization 3s a vice president and account executive. Hurwitz. veil-known throughout the Brea for his advertising Bci.ipvements, formerly operated his own agency in Coral s for seven years. A fliami resident for 26 years, iuiwitz has been active in fiv:c and cultural affairs. He esently a member of the [ la Development Commission Arts Board. Dade £ounty Young Democrats 'lub and A!oha Delta Signa, advertising fraternity. DRIVE IT ...DONT DREAM IT Finance your new or used r through %  low cost Installment loan at AMERICAN BANK or MIAMI FIRST $T. FR 4-7211 PAN JSOS.t V FIR: that Israel is alone responsible for its decision, and urged that there should be no attempt to blame the Jews of South Africa or stir' up anti-Jewish feelings. The "Zionist Record," organ of the S.A. Zionist Federation, said I that while Israel's decision "will be viewed with regret as a further! sign of the deterioration of the! excellent relations which once existed between this Republic and j Israel," there were "grim practical reasons which have forced Israel to align herself with the AfroAsian states at the UN on the luestfon of South Africa." The paper welcome I "the fine statement by the Prime Mmister." in drawing the necessary distinction between Israel and South African Jewry and setting hi> face against any growth of anti-Jewish feeling. The "Jewish Herald," Revisionist mouthpiece, said that while it was recogniied that Israel was "in a special position in regard to all forms of differentiation between peoples on racial, religious, social and poetical grounds, historic experience shows that, in today's world, governments send envoys to countries to suit their convenience and not necessarily because they agree with their internal policies. The Jewish community of South Africa deeply regrets the latest developments and the strain in relations between the two countries," and was appreciative of the understanding Dr. Verwoerd had shown and his warning against anti-Semitism, the paper declared. The 'Southern African Jewish Times" i independent i said: "Israel, concerned with her survival. has ailed in a way that has caused embarrassment to the South African Government. Israel has been actuated by her problems Of survival. Rut it would be maileuiiis to suggest that human principles did not enter into it. It can. in fact, be said that with their past history, no other course was possible for a Jewish State." The paper agreed with Dr. Verwoerd that it was no fault of South African Jewry's, and expressed appreciation for bis warn-' tag against anti-Semitism. The "Afrikaner Yiddish Zci-, hmg" i independent), while wcl-j coming the Prime Minister's warn-[ ing against anti-Semitism, said this also had its disturbing implications, because it implied that there was a strong clement which would be anti-Semitic if given the green light, and that only the re straint exercised by the Government contained that element. Mesivta Senior High School of Greater Miami. 1021 Biarritz Dr., will be presented with its first Sefer Torah by students of the school. Dedication will be held Sunday evening at the Mesivta at 7:."J0 p.m. The following students will be honored by their parents: -'Billy Berman, Shlomo Caplan, Thomas GolrVing, Irving Jacoby, Joel Kornreich, Bernard Lipman, Randy Makovsky, George Sternstein, Sidney Streicher, Kenneth Wolf, Nathaniel Wouk, Edward" Zemel. The Mesivta is the only yeshiva high school south of Baltimore. Md Primary objective of the school is to develop the total personality of the student and to prepare Mm with a well-rounded education based on the teachings of the Torah. General Studies Department I prosram consists of F.nglish. mathematics, science, Hebrew, modern forcien language, and phy I sical education. Students are provided with comfortable dormitories and receive all meals on the premises. ''Curriculum and subject units of "the Mesivta Senior High School are designed so that graduates will be well-qualified' to meet the entrance requirements of the finest colleges and uni"The Strength of the Bmotii will, be discussed by Dr. Abral. Wol'fson, director Of the SpitForum for adult education, n Thursday morning. 10:30 a.m., the Washington Federal Audi mm, 1234 Washington Avc. CV man is H. D. Ka.cn Workmen's Circle Concert to Fete National Leader Jacob T. Zuckerman, nati' 1 I president of Workmen's Cii 1 will be honored at -1 banquet 1 conceit on Saturday evening. i the Balmoral Hotel. The program ha* been arr. I ed under the leadership of M. f. 1 Chonin and Mrs. Sidney Fcldn ., 1 of the North Dade-Broward Ct 1I ty Workmen's Circle Branch. Featured will be Lillian Pi (violin, and Frieda Feldman, ii I performance of Symphonic Esv, J1 nole. by Lalo; Frieda Feldm 1, I piano, and Gary Lampert, 12, E %  r.nd piano. Piano Concerto in '%  Major, by Haaydn; and Fri' 1 %  Feldman, piano, and June Gilt) • second piano, Piaii'j Concerto I %  A Minor. Grieg. versifies, said Rabbi Morris L. Horovitx, principal of the scho: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross is I president of Mesivta. Supplenv I ing the tuition income for t le l school arc fund-raising activit %  ; I of the Women's Mesivta. a gri % %  I of-300 members led by their* pres. ident. Mrs. Irwin H. 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Page 12 A +Jewish fk>rkBar) Friday. October 18. 1963 500 Pay Tribute to Ansin at Israel Bond Dinner Sunday at Doral Beach wide cross-section of civic, religious and business leaders honored Ansin at the Temple Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner of Tribute at the Doral Beach Hotel. Leading the tribute was Israel Ambassador Katriel Kaetx, who Paying tribute to Sidney D. Ansin and responding to an appeal by Rabbi Leon Kronish, members of Temple Beth Sholom and other friends and admirers of Ansin purchased S317.5O0 in State of Israel Bonds last Sunday night. Some 500 persons, including a 1 presented theIM-MI Redemption Year Award to Ansin. In making the presentation. Ambassador Kaetx lauded him for hi* role on behalf of State of Israel Bonds. The Redemption Year Award was presented to Ansin for his part in helping to make Miami "one of the foremost Israel bond communities in the world." A highlight of the evening was the kindling of a 15-branched Men orah in celebration of Israels 15th anniversary in a ceremony conmuted by Rabbi Kronish. Taking part in the ceremony were A. C. Fine, torch bearer; Max Weitz. who kindled the pilot iight; Ronald and Edmund Ansin. BOOS of Mr. and Mrs. Ansin; James M Albert, president of Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs. Selma Oritt, William Agranove. Joseph Ash. Abram Baker. Nathan Darsky. Jonas Brotman. Leon Ell. Paul Gordon. Ben Markowitz. Ben Rimer. Max Rosen, Ralph Spero and Harold Zinn. Chairman of the dinner was Louis F. Snetman. Other program participants included Seymour Silverman, William Bornstein and Philip Rosenberg. Special greetings were extended by Leonard Ro rite Memory of the La if EDITH L. NAURISON mil late place Sunday, Oct. 20th, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Nebe Cemetery with Rdhbi Norman Shapiro officiating. Mr. N.itm-nii isurvived by I'Cr daughter, Muriel Naurison, and her mother. Mr?. Eva Recce. The Ambassador stressed that Israel must continue to exparw"-* its economy in order to absorb tens of thousands of new immigrants in the coming decade. Sidney D. Ansin, civic, business and Israel Bond leader, receives a Redemption Year Award from Israel Ambassador Katriel Kaetz at a dinner Sunday niqht at the Doral Beach Hotel. The dinner was held under auspices of Temple Beth Sholom in honor of Ansin and on behalf of State of Israel Bonds. Welcome Wagon Remembers (Special Family Occasions Carrying on cur community's traditional hospitality, ifr. fVelcoma Wagon Calls %z ~" \^ are made when your {<=> r family celebrates a \~\J (sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or J\\ the birth of \/* • new baby, C^.hf^fm or moves r-^V-Vji? to a new w--. Vlftf home. £_....'' The Unveiling ami Dedication of .1 Monument In Memorv of my i ate B loi ed \\ ESSIE BERGMAN i i : ia.i place Sunday, October 20th, 1963 • JO P.M. .it Mt. 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Friday. October 18, 1963 +Jewlsti fhric/iart Page 13-A LETTER TO THE EDITOR Reader Warns Reducing Magic Won't Do on Religious Page dren of Beth Sholom Religious School bring their Sukkoth est offerings to a recent service at the Temple. At Thanks:.:: time, the canned goods will be turned over to North ::. Elementary School and sent to needy families as gifts. ;:ig-standing Beth Sholom tradition is supervised by the le's director of education. Herbert C. Bloom. Left to right Howard Segal, Mark Postelnek, Charles Abbott, Violet and Ray Granoff. Intensive Courses At Beth Torah f in the intensive proadult education being i on Oct. 22 by Beth Torah i on have been formu Rabbi Max A. LipwhiU, .1 Glttleson, education Dr Maurice I.aszlo. chair0 adult education mm[i %  • and committee members. Shteir and Mrs. Edwin Mrs On to 10:5\ Institt %  HI lie %  -d;iy mornings, from 9:30 .. m the Women's Adult will otter three courses, | ew: beginners, intcrmedi-. ...h anced. TIN • i morning forums, from on, will be conducted by ipschitz, who will discuss 'Ores Jewish Personalities." In iition to the regular classfirst Tuesday in each II feature a brunch iollowed by a guest speaker. Theme will be "Contemporary Jewish Life." Also being initiated is a business and professional men's luncheon for the first and third Tuesday of every month from noon to 1:30 p.m. Rabbi Lipschitz and guest speakers will deliver talks on timely topics pertinent to Judaism. Following late services the first Friday of each month, congregation members will participate in monthly forum discussions led byRabbi l.ipechitz. In addition, the College of Jew ish Studies, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with all North Dade synagogues, will be held every Thursday night at Beth Torah be ginning Oct. 24. Gov. Bryant Appoints Two Two Miami Beach civic leaders i this week were named by Gov. Farris Bryant to three-year terms [on the Florida State Commission on Aging. Metro Commissioner Harold B. Spaet was appointed to represent the Fourth Congressional District. Michael Sossin, ot the Blackstone Retirement Hotel, was appointed to represent the Third Congressional District. He is chairman of the board ot the Civic League o( Miami Beach and president of the Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood. The two local men were among the 12 initial appointees announced by Gov. Bryant to the Commission, which became operative under legislation adopted during the 1963 | session of the Florida Legislature. Leaders Hail Adenauer C:--inued from Page 1-A I .Id. perhaps, not have to enforce, over the of many of his colen of the cabinet, the Agreement. 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Frrge 14-A *. lew 1st fhrkficir Friday, October ^ Capitol Snotliaht: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Right Wing Publication Launches Smear of Jews on Camp •a* *^ _j :-> ,iYori:\l issue ot the were raised In .u. US Washington THE -respectable" right has launched a smear attack o n Amen can Jewish college students throughout the country in the guise of a study ot political and religious attitudes. A so-called -survey" concluded that on the campus the Jewish religion was in advanced "decay and that most Jewish youths were apostates, atheists, and radicals. Braudeis University was singled out lor special treatment in the pseudo-scientific "survey" of student attitudes toward polities and religion Other school"studied" were Boston University, Sarah Lawrence, Sputa Carolina. Williams. Mow aid. Vale. Reed. Marquette. Davidson. Indiana, and Stanford. The allegedly objective investigation ol political. and religious beliefs WM conducted by the Educational Reviewer, inc.. and publishBrowsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN Only Rabbi's View is Carping "HE RELIGIOUS PRESS IN AMERICA. By Martin Marty, John Deedy, Jr., David Siiverman, and Robert Lekachman. 184 pp. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. $4.00. IT is estimated that church' related journalism in Amen a has a circulation of almost 10 million. This book is the rst lengthy study of the reli-ious press: what constitutes who reads it and why. what "s special services include, and e character of its lacks and strengths. Martin E. Marty Is a Luthern minister and associate edi%  r of "The Christian Ceatury." s well as the author of three Higious books. His article on ie Protestant press is informative and seems exceptional•• well researched and judiious. John G Deedy. Jr.. ditor of "The Pittsburgh Catholic." wrote on the Catholic ress. with extremely forth:ight attention to problems of :reedom from clericalism and the need for a "theologically sensitive" Catholic journalism. Robert Lekachman, professor i economics at Barnard and a nember of the study commission on Religion and the Free Society, en;'s the book with a i .iperb article on "The Secular -is of the Religious Press." narked by disappointment in IC lack of a "clear religious, "ote in the public dialogue" in ie religious journals, and by an acute analysis of "Commoniry as generally an instance f religious irrelevance" which %  eems to demonstrate little > .mnection between Judaism : nd contemporary issues. With three-fourths of the book I) admirably acquitted, it is isturbing to find David Wolf SUverraan's contribution on The Jewish Press: A Quadringual Phenomenon" a unilin.ual phenomenon of apparent ^norance and trivia, carping n tone, as "aimless and irreleant" itself as his view of the English-Jewish press. Rabbi of The Conservative Synagogue ol Jtiverdale, New York, and one.me managing editor of "United Synagogue Review," David ^^ BOOKS KFVIEWED"—' \ THIS l"\.i AV4ILABIE AI Mnsi:K: HOOK SHOP Visit Our Paper-Back Annex Over 7500 Titles' Search Serv. for Out-of-print Books PHONE 666-2568 5775 Sunset Drive, So. Miami _______ Open Friday Eve. _____ 3jjjO__j_jM 1344N.E.U3t_ST.I J MODS FOK WOLF IB J f Wl 5-4022 OPEN EVENINftS %  epulir • Classics • Rtfirtnet • NEW YORK 4 CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS. • SCHOOL SUPPLEMENTARY READING. Siiverman seems intent on casting brickbats about him accord ing to some esoteric prejudices of his own, with the result that he leaves the uninformed reader as uninformed as before, and the informed one simply seething. Errors of emphasis vie with those of omission. Item: in an article of some 47 pages. Rabbi Siiverman devotes 17 to the Yiddish press. 12 to the "denominational press." (including congregational bulletins and rabbinical journals 1 and a slapdash four-and-a-half pages to the "a-denominational week lies'* of which he obviously knows nothing. Errors of fact run neck and neck with those of judgment. Item: that the •denominational quarterlies, lay and rabbinic, are the proper forums" !•' air the "explosive question" ol who among the organizations should speak i >r the Jewish community, "for the a-denominational press is timid and ap prehensive when it comes lo I'II-. issue In short, while some "t his criticisms are just—il you throw enough stones you're bound to hit something—the whine iso prolonged Bnd the focus so often on trivia that it is difficult to give credence to any of the opinions the author expresses, especially when so much ot the article is tailored to fit Ihem as Ihej were pre viousK conceived, UN Listening Post: By SAUl CARSON Arab Refugees Have Top Interest in Ongoing Chans %  JNITED NATlONS-it is possible thai many ** members oi the United Sates Senate— as well as others in the House and even in the Washington Administration—may well have learned something new when, recently. Sen Ernest Greening, ol Alaska, brought in a proDosal affecting the operati ns ol the L'nited Nation* Relief and Woiks Agencj i r Pales ine Refugees. Mosl people in the U.S. Governmenl know that the U.S.A. has consistently paid 70 per cent oi the cosl of helping the Arab refugees under the Jurisdiction ol I N'RWA What many did not know—although it is no news to the I S delegation at the United Nations—is what Sen Greening disclosed. He reported that 99 per cent ol the people employed by the I'NTSUA arc themselves Arab refugees He prop that, instead of employing the refugees, a "peace corps" type oi servicing the refugees be established. What's wrong with the fact thai U.NRWA employs Arab refugees? After all. it is good social welfare doctrine to make work for Ihe recipients ot aid. No one argues with thai principle—in general. But. in the case ol the \rab refugees, there are very heavy doubts about the validity of applying this principle. First of all—how many refugees are employed bj 1 N'RWA The figures to be cited must be tho.se for the year end June 20. 1962, since UNRWA's latest report, for the year end ing June 1963. was not as yet ready when this was being written. As of June 30. 1962. then, U.NRWA had a total of 11651 employes; of that total, 11,649 were -locally employed"—meaning they were themselves refugees One must break those figures down to see their real meaning. UNRWA had employed a total of 5,353 persons in eJucaUonal and trainuig facilities in the camps located in Gaza. Jordan. Syria and Lebanon. Of the total, onlj 50 were "international personnel "—all the rest were relugees What kind of education would be taught-a is solon might ask—by the 5,353 Arab refugee teachers and vocational and training personnel? Would anyone in his right mind expect those teachers to tell their children that the Arab refugee problem is a political football used by the Arab rulers to keep hosilities alive on Israel's borders? These teachers are Dart of the administration. We-meaning the U.S.A.-are paving their salaries to help them teach hostility to a member-state of the United Nations, a state with whom the L'.S.A. itself hat th.. friendliest relations. ds ,he One hard nut that has never been cracked revolves around the charges made frequently, and supported by UNRWA's own statistics, showing that the registration procedures are to sav the least, "loose." Many thousands of dead people are still on the registration rolls; no holder of an UNRWA ration card ever gives up the card But in the UNRWA section deal," with registration and basic subsistence, only seven are non refugees-while 416 are refugees. Would anyone expect these 416 to cancel the ration card of any other refugeeed in a special i-sue of the National Review." a rightwing journal of opinion. An attempt as made to equate Jews as a group with the extreme socialism and atheism of the left. Copies of the "study" are flooding the academic community. Officials of B'nai B'rith Hillei Foundation repudiated the accuracy of the alleged tindings. ine purported scientific evaluation disclosed no information as to the numbers ot students polled at each school or other vital criteria. The purpose of the "National Review" appeared in the spreading of a notion that adherence to rigid causer vatism and religious dogma meant partriotism while lib eralism and the inquiring mm • equalled subversion, The "survey" made such in, conclusions a s Jewish students tend to be less anti-Communist than Christian students' and that "socialism is strongest among non-believers, Jews, and Negroes, in that order Depicting a "Judaism in decay." the so-called study claimed it discovered "largescale defections" from Ju laism on the campus, It went so far as to allege that there had been a rate of 100 per cenl "Jewish apostasy'" at Marquette University m Milwaukee, a Jesuit school. At Sarah Lawrence, a women's college with high academic standing, it was alleged that "over 55 per cent Of Jewish-raised students have apostasiaed" while the apostasy rate at Williams was put at 49 per cent. And "even at predominant l\ Jewish Brandeis, 37 per cent of Jewish-raised students are no longer formally affiUated with Judaism At Brandeis, "where ihrei quarters ol the student body Between You and Me: were raised in the .),,,„ taith. pretiseU "* P>T cent of all stu.enls M ,, u "" with the Judaic .oncepuV of a benevolent n '"ilio; fn God. It was claimed that „ Sarah Lawrence, when Ii per cent -of the ,-tudeni bo* come from a Judaic baj ground" not a single studem agreed to a Jewish lm clM of a supreme being. The conclusion, American liberal arts college, with the sole % %  m-puun oi Roman Catholic < ollege, tend to debilitate the rtl gious convictions of ifo r students atudeoli raised as Jews tend to abandon the basic tenets ol their [am, regardless of what kind oi college they attend" Claiming a "general r n c tion of Judaism by Je. ish students." the pull sa.d that Zionism was repudiated and that even at Brandeis only 17 per cent .it student; regarded Israel as a nation, al Jewish home Seventy per cent of Brandeis students were represented as having no religion* objections to birth control, extramarital intercourse. homosexuality, premarital intercourse, divorce, and legalized abortion It was claimed that 79 per cent of Brandeis students— the largest proportion on any campus polled—believed members of the I'ommunis Party should be permitted to hold teaching portions in American college*. President Sachar of Brandeis. a former national director of the Hillel Foundations, will find the unkind• -t cut of all in the charge that 86 per cent oi Brandeis students are said to decline Hillel membership. The fact is that the whole Brandeis University is like one huge Hillel establishment By BORIS SMOLAR Purpose of JFK THE myster* ioua i ol i • • mdence which is • irted by resi lent Ken> with Dai ten Gunon nd later with ie i:ew I'reillu. Levl Eshr i mystery, it inow known that President Kenthat I-rael refrain from scientific research into nuclear fission Someone in Washington fears, go it appears. lhal Israel, in the arms race which Egypt has forced upon her, will become a nuclear power and may introduce atomic arms l-sraelis certainly understand •he American tears, but they maintain that as long aa Nasser foreign scientists tor work on missile projects, which probably include atomic warheads ol -onie sort. I-rael cannot %  'dly by. it \g obvious that Israel, like other countries which le attack on themselves, can''•"' afford a missile or other technological gap in relation to its ne, f hb0 It should be noted that Israel last week supported a resolution adopted by the International Atomic Energy Commission providing for an inspection ol nuclear reactors of up to 120 megawatts. The Commission %  %  body affiliated with the United Nations, and Israel was one of the 87 member states parLetters Told ticipating in Ih( i '' the Comnuasion, The CoinI' system—for v l *!"t\ ,et bloc voted .le>iMI prevent any diversion ol M *r\ equipment or materials supp*_ through the Commission I*! peaceful uses to the pro*** of weapons However, al*i Israel voted for the resoW us M-megawatl reactor *J mona woul dnol com* und* I Commission's control >W* I was built without lh f**;! lion's aid. Nor will •-ntall'1 actors in other cuntnei £1 matically be aubjecl t "*""! mission's safeguard tWJJJI Reactors of less than journal megawatts are "^fj lor training and ^rcj the production ol relat W I important quantities ot p ium. a weapons materUJewish Htr.tage: | number of bookon have been published durJ 0 last weeks. Some i „ more important %  <'**> of lesser value. Bui ^ important of all ""^ g* Graphic History ot *&& itage." published M %  ^ PubUshers. Inc. |hl> "^ tiful volume giving an ^ pedic presentation-"' „,, and text-of theJcJJJ|beginning with the 3S „ i the Bible. It also P"^ great Biblical fW !" 1 !" *\ through the 15 J ud es Prophets.



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riday. October 18. 1963 9* tam'itBi WM-IBI •n Page 15-A LEG4L NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,N PROBATE No. 57435 C I:I: Estate of M.HKitr uoLDNER a-.-.I. JoTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE fpPLICATION FOR OISTRIBUT.ON i AND FINAL D.SCHAROE firTICE Is herehy given th.tt I have .1 n.> Kin.il Report and Petition for ition and Mnal Discharge as ti .mix at thi estate ,.f ,\l.| i;r iit'i DNER, deceased: and thai %  I %  :11 day Hi November. ]' %  "•.. ply t.. ttiHonorable County ,,i i lade • 'o m i t ) H sorlda, t'i r „ ,mil ..r Mtld I Inal Report and for ion an.) final aiachargi a i • -nan i\ >r tin. estate of the .... iimm i ii dent. This 18th day HAPKI.LK %  ;iii."Ni-:it |fi|N A; ROTUENBEHO itisca) ni> rcolldlng \\\ i lagler St.. Miami, Ha. i n -1-?"., n t BY HENRY LEONARD NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW %  TICK is HEREBY OIVBN that iinrierstgned, desiring m engage in .-.-. under the fictitious name of lia.l'S WKI.HINM AL MACHINE %  I' :il S I'.ili.il Highway, l'rim-ei, hlorlda nit-mis t.. register said with th.. Clerk of the Circuit %  tin of Dade County, Florida. W w MIL i. INS. sole own. r []• W'lD l.IICM.MAN %  for Applicant !• :'7. 1 o' i-i i -1 x NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MHTRE is HEREBY UIVBN that mderalitned, desiring to • nggge In %  s under the fictitious name of 1TIF1EI) AI'I'MANCK REPAIR S XV '.'-Hi i'. ui t. Miami. Fin.. i to reglsti said name with the ;, ..f the Circuit Court of Dad* I-in d ABC Funding Co., inc. Sole • w in r H A IIARS (• i for Al li' Funding Co., Inc. V .W. It St., Miami. Fla. I" l-U IN .-. MPLE BOARD WEET/NG JowlSHf-, LEGAL NOTICE "Then, gentlemen, it's agreed that our new Rabbi should be a man with strong opinions, and with ne strength not to express them." Cop'. 19O?, Cayeeu Pteductiont LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I'K I* HEREBY !IVF\ iliai leraiimed, desiring t.. engage In -s iiiili thi luriti.uiii.im. ..• M.T. .miii.Systems of Masai st ii In Road, Miami I Hau l i Intl ; -a.l name ulih th,. • • Circuit Court of Dade hlorlda IIIWIN HL.ICK i iwni" in I l-M-So, 11 I NOTICE UNDcR FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW "i'H'K IS HKRKBY MIVKN thai • -:n...i r|pMrln> to anrae.. in • : i Het*tlon s n.iin.. of LI->'K I'llll'J's i:i:.M.TV at HMD 1 Miami, Fla int. ads %  • %  HI name in tin I 'I.I k 111! i '"iiri ..I I I.HI, i '..mm IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 10718 MII.AUA AM.VDO MANTEL, I'lallltiff, \ S. Ml STAVli A MAN'TI'I,, I •. t. nil.mi NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO HI'STAVn \ M \.\TK.I. !>• Eaton *•••-. i I'll.VHlcll. v. ltil.li l.vl.in I Ylll. crSTAVn \ M .\XTKI., |U. %  *%  ddjress, l int-n Mtiwet, Frnvii •ieiw. 6, iino.i, Island, are roaorreri t.. l"He poor ansv.ei t.. in. Coimikiint for Divorce, with rh. I'l.ik <.t' th.above .nit. an.I serve n ropj thereof gran 'il.Nii I' NKMI: %  :'"ri. \tiora*y Hull i'f>ngi-K>w HirtldugK. in \ i: goyj Avenue, Mi inn. Flotilla, on ,. before th. Itth day it November IMS. or niinlnmt will 1>. taken FRANKLIN i: PI Sole 1iuner lll'I'S in I-II i. IM I.-S-, .1 i' i 'inIth das of KstolM I' H. KiKATHHRMAN • I.i k .,t the i 'ir.itlt i "..in t Ml HI. I lade Co .in'.. Moriii.i '-..ill K M I.VMAN Ueput) Clerk l" ll-:v-:", It"',:'.. II l LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW CK is HEREBY illVEN thai rued, d< -II ing t,, enjnuti In ill r t he Nctltloun nani. ..I 1 !• Ht H :" %  : N W. !7th Avei %  i'. Klorlda, Intend to %  "" th the "i. ik ,,f '• "ii 'ourt of I lade County. III'V/ '• %  %  • • %  • -.| KVA tt CI.I.1SCH V\ CI.I.ISill I lei .• I Eva Wi II 111,4.1l.i. itl >ci IN THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE i\ I:I: i:-t.it. ,.f No. i' too-:, A Rl W. HI I 1,1 a i. ills,, know n an ROSE OLSBAK, i. ..-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS r.. All 'i. .lit..i H .1 MI Pi rmm n itn.s or I %  • tin .1Ag.ihiKl i:-t.it. V'ou hi f %  >' 'i %  Ifli .I and to preHenl an> cln ima and cleIIIHIMIH which V.III m.i> have ugalnal • -t.il.e.f Hi i.-i-: R| \ I.I.I i, ..I-,. >" n :iRl ISE 'l-SIIAK di i aaad %  %  • Kim;County, New Vork, to c.iuins Judges of l>adc County, i thi -.Hi. in duplicate .* i > Uli ii in s.-i :.i l Ifi, Kloi Ida ll Su i. r IIKIMER NOTICE UNDER I T'OUa NAME LAW HEREBY IIIVKN Ihnl n tig %  • nuagi In %  R'-Vi II i: I'RourcTioN • !S \ w :-i, \v, 'I t.. rogistel -.ml the i-i.ik ..' th.. circuit nunty, Florida. I ii',', ,', :, : TRENCHER 1 MM. II\ I-I |,.M AN I'artnera 10I-1I-1S-L'.-, l H E ..S. 00NTV JUDGE %  -. in Ihclr ofl lei in the I 'o intj ''..nil HI n Ihtfli CouMy, l-"lmi'i. .:'li.n -i\ i-aU-mli. in.-ii 1 li-. from hi • tin % % %  ihi n • publii it ii. II hei ••li, barred l-al-.l .t \l .in K|..i i.l.i, il. i llli i i i. tobl t. I.H SYIA I \ it' %  I'i'I'V \AnelHar> AdmtnlHtratrlx • this ni • ; I.I:; 'I-I:II -K ZK : %  • \ • I.. I Ri a.l In • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T Of FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10197 KMANI'EL .Mrrciil.l.l., l-lalntlff, \ M UtY BRIT Mil 111 :i .1.. I tefendantj NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. C3C 10748 i s QLHAoN. JR.. as Administrator ..i Vnii.ms Allans, mi iifll. II of the I'uiti-.l-staii -.af Am. Hi a, and inBHceoaMra bi aueh office, aud I.,or tii.iaaaigjiti, i'laiiiLjit, \ %  MAI>I:J.INI: A, PBRRONE, a HlngJo iM.ni.ui, t al. Uefatidagmta. NOTICE OF SUIT TO. MAI>ElJNi: A I'KRRO-s'E. a .HiiiBl-womaii, .. J i.I L*01S'A. MARTIN, a >lngle woman, If llvIII-. tBOlmling any iiiikn.Avn apooooH <'t" siiiil 1 't fomlnuis if %  •> bav. manie.l. ami jf dead, th. niiiiknuMi noire, aoviaees, arant..-,-. ecodRora, Honors, triiH.ami .111 other BoraoBa nlalni hag o>. tiii-.niTii. ,in.i.-i ... asninal t... H. 1 i.i.-mknni.-. wh...-.raolil.n. ai .• nnkii'.w n. V.H AJUS MJ5RKBV M i rl In:i • Hint a Milt haI., .-n liK.iiKht ii(tain-t \..u li> .1 S i II.i:\Si i.\ JR., .,. A.lmini.-traiotin Veteran* Affair* fficer Of the I'nil.l S | Am.n.a. ami InHuoceHMorx in aueh office, and his nitheir a soigne, to toreebwu a aiortgaile n.-iimli. i im; the fldlowlng dosi i Hied propel t ^. to-u-lt: I..a .'.' in l;l.„k I, of WINDWARD l-.STATK.-. SECTION ONE, at-ourdUtg I., the plal thereof, ,i. recorded in I'lat Book (3, al pace 148, of the publii r.,.,i,K ,,i IM.I,. County, Florida and j on II requli. .1 to file | our gnawer with the Clerk ol the Circuit ; | Court of Bade County, Florida, al the Courthouse -ti Miami. Florida, on "t I before Nvember 12, IBM, ;m il to aervi a cop> .a -n.-li answer ino-n Plaintiff's att..in.>-. MYERS, HEIMAN, KAPLAN A CATSMAN, whose address iEteven l-'iin Knlldlng, li."." S.W, l-'n-i Street, Mian a,. Elorlila, on or before i. •! i.i. .1 by the Ian of ni fail t.. do so. iii,. oomw ill i" laki a ,i.--. il bj V.u ami n I •.-• -i. Pro Cm. — ., will .••... ,i .,_ ilnsl you I.-I the relief i'. m.mil. .1 in th • complaint. i • \TI.:I this rth tlaj ol -1. t..ii.i, NOTICI; UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MiTli'l-: 18 HEREBY OIVKN Hi.it the undersign, d, di siring lo engagi In business uuiler the fictitious name ..r ALL STATES l'l BMSH1NII CO. In.I at 111" N.E. Miami C.nit. Miami, Ma., Int.-nils to register -a i.i nani.with th. Clerk of the i Court of Mail. County, Florida JOSEPH I1REENUERU Sole i >\\ ner Mi IRRIfc Ci IHKN Attorne) for Joseph I ii eenbi i 10 11-18 25, II I i ~ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUOCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10779 I THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTION I 'It SAVIN'IS IN JERSEY CITY. a corporation duly chartered under [hi laws or tinState of New Jerai y. Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES K JISTlci.; and NORMA M JUSTICE, Inwife, 1 ic-f. tulalits NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLES E. JUSTICE and XiiKMA M JUSTICE, his wife (Resliieni'iUnknown) Y'-r AMD EACH OK YOU are herebj m.ti.'i.il that ,i c.miilalnt to Poreclose a certain iinntuaj:.on th.. I..1 low InK doacrlood property, to-wlt: I^.t .", Block 1, KAIltl.AUN ESTATES, aooordaag to the Plat thereof, as reoorded in I'lat Book "•!•, at Page 11. of th.Public Records of n.i.i.county. Plorlda, has boon iinl> filed acainst you ami you are re.iuire.1 to serve a copj of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney. MALCOLM H. PR1EDMAN, 246 Security Trust Building, Miami S2, Florida, and file the original Answer or l'l. ailing in the Office of the Clerk of the Cat-cult court, on or before tin12th day of November, IMS. If you fall t" da so, niiiitni nt by default will be taken against i..n for the relief demanded in the c.,ni|ilatnt. This notloe shall be published once ea.-h week for (our I n con BF:NL WI' od lat. .•:' I tail,, i "nun11. F'lorMa, to to. Count) Judges of Dade County, a.nl file the same In duplicate ami as |.i-..\ |de<1 m Section 7:: !.; Plot-Ida statin.-, in their offices In thi Count) Courthouvi in Budi County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time • %  ( the first puhl hi teof. 11 the -.line \ i|| i„. I,., Hated at Miami. Florida, iiidH} ol IM I. A I' I:II,.-. sAN'i-i i|:n xi SWERBI.IN. Ri -i.i. in tgi HI for CARI. A %  < MBJ5NLAND, Admin sti al c. T A First publication of this notice the I lth da) of i tctobi r, less. 10 11 -1s NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 10636 PHILIP BRl us. i 'Is Intlff, vs. | ANNE Wll.si IN BROUS, 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl I: AWE Wll.s. i.\ I;I:I ij H 318 i:.i-i 92nd Street Brooklyn, N. Fork You, ANNE \\ ii.-.i.N BROUS • %  i" n b) notified that a Mill of l oi plaint for Dlro-oe has been fil against you, and you are required t•r\ % %  a copy of youi Answi r t Pleading to the Bill of Complaint i t th.Plaintiff's attorney, MILTON RICHMOND, "in Lincoln Road Bull II.-. Miami Beach, Florida, and f iii. original Answer oi Pleading In t. • trie, of tinClark of ihe Circuit Cot i on .a before the l-'tli day of Novel l"f. 11".:;. If you fall to .1,. so, .itidni.iit b) default will be taken again you for the relief demanded in t i iii of Complaint. Tins notice shnii be published on • aauh week for four c ns.eutive we. in THE JEWISH FLOlMl'lAN. DONE ANIi ORDBRED at Mia I Elvitiila, this 3rd day ol October, A 1963, I-:, li LBATTTERMAN ci.i k of the Circuit Court Dude County, Florida (seal) By: J. J. NELSON Deputy Clerk MILTON 11. RICHMOND One Lincoln Road Building Miami 1:. ach :::'. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 10/11-1825, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR7 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57261-C IN RE: Estate of M AIM i: Mold •• IN Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTlO AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that 1 ha fi.ed m> Final Report and Petition f • Distribution and Final Dlacharge iv of (he estate of M.vRi UORDON, deceased and that on tl %  .tli da) of November, IMS, will am to the Honorable Count) Judges Dude County, Florida, for approval said l inal Report and for distrlbuU and final discharge as Bxecut v th.-tat.oi the above-named >l.' • dent. 'Plus tth day of Sept 1963, BERWICK JOACHIM R< IBERT 11. TRAURK1 Vttorne I 1133 duPont Building : .Miami il, l'„,i Ida ith li I IN K B r.i: vriii :i: vi \ \ 'h k .a the 'in ait i 'ourt l in.le Co .in \. Florida call li •• i. %  IPEL.VND I ', |UII M)-i Hi imaii. Kaplan & t "al mi an %  .-. i.. t .Mis mi %  %  IN Lfcie.~>^*_' '"we'S COURT ?i r?o^ R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE .... ,, No. 60668.A %  } • stale of S SCISORWK a-e.i NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'H'TS ami All l-e,s..,,s Hav \ %  I or Demands Against bald a'"" her.l.y notifle.l ami rel"-'-li: ail) elaim. ami de.„ '7,;;: %  \ %  *• % %  •' %  %  a,--,m-, ^RV WISOREK deoi I'...!, %  County, Florida, "-Iges of Dade Co • "I thei, offices In I 'US. in Ha,I, ,',.„„. '• %  lx • ilendar month. "'• firs bllcatlon •""• %  "'" barred. „l ;. i r:', 1 ";."-'il be barred '.'/^ %  nNxiiKlilr' 1 ^""". Road 1 "• ( loi Ida 1". H-l-2a. 11/1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO M VltV BRIT Mil CHELL a k a MRS. X1AUY \i:i..\|.' 2i Ki-t 1.. n< v Hog bury, Masaachusl^tts You MARY BRIT MITCHELL also known us Vllt.-; MAIIY NELMC are hen i" notified that a BUI of Complaint for I i.-lit aioiy De.-i.e has been filed auainst yon. and you are le.|llile.l to sef\ .. a copy of >.MI| All-u. i,.iPleading to. th,. Mui „r comI plaint on tin l'l;ilnirff's Attorney, AI.\SI.I-:i: It KI'KI'IK. Suite L'lU'-L'O'l, -'•;r. S |.. leune lload. Coral Mal'le1-lorlda SU21, and file the original AlikWer or Pleading in the office m the Clerk -if th.Circuit C.uiii on or I'.-im-e in.. ::ist ja) of October, IMS. if \..u fail to do .... judgment by del.'lllt will !..tak. tl against you for i th.rein I .1.111.1 ii i. ,1 in the Mill of i 'omplalnl Haled at Mian,'. Florida iliiS4th Ua) "i Si I.i. ml. : .1. | i: II. I.KA I HrlKM \.V. Clerk of the • "ituit Cuurt l 'a.l.Count.. Florida (seal) By: C P. COPELAND i i..|..n \ i 'l, i k \I\SI.I:I: H. FKIMHI; Attorney for 1 la Suite 303-201 2 113 S W I.e.I. in,. R .nl 'oral Oabli -, PI .. 10 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDEK FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICF: IS HKRKHY MIX I:N that In 1 mime of ''III ST i.'I'Al.ii'Y MAIIKKT al CUT '-l'l St reel til ... da, intetul to name v. I h, il Court ol Dade i %  %  111 i >. I'I %  IRVlNtl iillN Rl IS \ I.Y.\ CtlHN s \\i. uti• FRF:EI • Attoi ne) for Applicants %  is THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE IN RE Estate of No. 6;89?-B i \XIKS I i a ILLATZ I 'ee. a-. .; NOTICE TO CREDITORS i • %  All Csediti rs and All I'.-i-,. s || n \ imor l'. inaii.i. Aga net s ild l.-tate You are her. b) notifli -I and re'lulred to pn si nl an) elalms and demands which you ma) havi the state of I \.\II;-.j. ,-, ,|.| VTSS '." •'-' '' lati • t l Mi. %  '.„n m P '| ( ,r. %  •'• '" the County Judges of Dade 1 uunty, an,I rile the same n dupllii,I ii.ri.vi.ie.l in Seel :.;; 16 V"'" 1 1 ~ • n theh iifflfcs In hi t our. iCon i |„ %  l>. Florid. w nl, ,, six .,:. I the first puhl the -.im,. uiii i... ban I I la, ihi. I tolQbi r, A I i K.VTHR^ N Mi i'i. (\ MI VN \> tilmli nubll. ition of i iii. nth ,;.i> ,..,.. HI IN I.CIMK %  %  i;. -. i %  i II Mia in pioi Ids "' I1-1S-25, 11 I nil ll. Illl IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60297-A IN RE: Estate of HAROLD ROT MILLER, I l.se.i ~e,| NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Pi r-.e Having Claiius or I'ei.amis Against Sai.l Estate: You ai-.. he go b y notified skid re. quired to prraenl any claims and den'.in.iwhich M.II may have agaimil the estate of HAROLD ROY MIL. IJER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to tinCounty Judges af Dade County, and file th. same in dupllrate and as iirovlded In Section 7;::;.iii, Florida Statate.s. in their ..ffi, in Ihi Count) Courthouse In Marie County. Florida, within -i.\ calendar months from tintun.of tinfirst puhilca hi • • of, ..r the same ill be bai! • i Dated .a Miami, Florida, thi. 13th day of Septembi r. \.l i. l:n;:i 1'IIVI.I.IS A M3LLKR Af i-:\. ,-iiti ix i i' %  publication of thinot i a ni the JTth da) of Si pti mber, 1903, I'M i. KM i i \I:Y AH.I ni y for Estati of Harold Ro) Miller, De. aw .1 130 Lincoln Rd., .Miami Reach, Fig %  • 37, 10 I-11 -is NOTICE UNDER jr2£r'7 ,OUt NAME LAW X'.ici: i,HKIIKHY niVEN that '"'.'""". rs,.;,,...!. ,;... rm, ,., f m I W'XT"."'•' "'• "••tltlotig name MER IN HOME I:KM,.I,I-:I.IM; at • ; inn Road, Miami Bern h. Fiorlila. nit with th "I J'.Hl, ends t register si.. lelk of t„e I I 'iHlMV, |'„,H,|. L fLEN a k a UEHTRCDE SMOLENSKY, l I. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTLO AND FINAL DISCHARGE N PICE IS hi • bj glvi n that l ha< i d ni) i-'ii. : ami Petition I ition and Final Discharge .•'inn., i-t rat I the estate ..f i;;:; I RCDE s.Mi'l.K.x ., ;. ., ,;I:UII:I|. SMOLENSKY, deceased: ami that tinM'lli da) oi November, 1963, appl) lo the Honorable County Judg. "i i 'a.l. i 'ountj Floi Ida, for appro! "t said Final Report and for dlstrlb "on in i final discharge as Adminl llali-l .,f tile estal. of th v named .1.. edent. This ti ,1 da) i tobi -I. s I I.V It. .1.1. MANN HAROLD MANN ARONOVITZ, Sll.VKl: ,v SCHER At torn\ 607 Ainsli j Building S Florida l" .: -18-g3, 11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56856 C IN RE: Estate ol BENJAMIN BENZMAN -a,1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTlO AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby glveji thai 1 lia %  'i i Final Repoi l and Pi tltl in l I 't-t: Iblltli II ami | hi.il I. Irix i ,t Beiijam 1 in, deceased: and thai %  I Noi. a ...:. MI aD p lo the Hoi OI abli t 'oui I i J nt). Florida, foi ., o\ and foi dlstrlb lion and Mnal dlsi hargi ..i !x. %  .it" nt t he aboi. -nam. .1 .1 %  • .'in Th :'n l da) IENNY SPIRA ci'N/.M \ \ ICLIAS St IRJ :\ %  for Executrix r Si reel Miami .;.'. Florida lO'lI-D NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ui un.i. rslgned, desiring rtTengagi In -in.-under tin fictitious nan.,i M.i.\.: KONG TAILORS al 11" I 1'U.KI.Is, i.-, Lorraine Aseade M %  "in. cia., Intenda t.. register it.mi., with the cl.ik of the circuit "ml of Marie County. Florida, DON lVKKSi i\" 10/18-23. 11/1-9 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS Reproduced en Bond Paper i WHILE YOU WAIT I Cash £ Carry l 11-18-2^ Serving Miami Since 1946 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815



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' I Vzze le-A + U*i_-ch for the ant-Semrte." Pont-ng out that anti-Semite* are .ncete-reo C. /egic B e%nor recalled attacks on Gen. ike BWBHNt m the 1952 campavjns because of h$ Jewishsounding nickname. --" %  : • %  tracts street: ; TELEPHONE ANSWERED BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc Telephone Answering Servke JEfferson Union Highland Rassklta FR 3-5581 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR C03T\ Let w repoir H ec apply MM. For free ACME • KOOUXSS5-19S2 %  one** •*• • &f tractive aspects %  the admin stra I on. But his statement that one couid understand and appprecate how anti-Semitism rpM spread in G-ermany haun*ec k W in the gubernatorial nomination campaign last year, and acce'ding 3 Fe'knor, could haunt him again in 196^. '' %  %  B r.ai BYith f his successful H U U) :..:': a m>01 %  than at the led — a nib. artioie compered the strat nedat Richard :rni a real es% %  '•>. •'Tta-l but h.s campa • a< noni Calling the • .... „ ^ •part!> advised repa.uate eltv I truth and rel< anicle' ims by 7 U>L an • %  • i ... %  : %  L'BH 9tates S .i i : : %  %  %  • ^: Feftoor wrote, started abeti :. -> i-:.-: %  -,%  :• ~r • -.or eeoearl] i:r Stratton j sopHomoric eotvr into inem*tnal affairs" also described sntttr forebodings e* mar, and called m'iSINCE 1924 NORTON TIRE CO. MAIN OFflCE 5300 N.W. 27Hi AVE., MIAMI OPf N 24 HC'JRS 4 AU DAY SUNDAY BE Goodrich HURRY! EVERYTHING MUST GO! SALE ENDS SATURDAY! FOR QUALITY BUYERS! FOR BARGAIH HUNTERS! HERE'S THE HAPPY HUNTING GROUND! WHITEWALLS! BLACK WALLS' YEAR'S BIGGEST ASSORTMENT OF TIRES ALL AT SMASHING LOW CLEARANCE PRtCES! HuSDRtOS >L MARES ALL IN GOOD SHAPE PLENTY OF nOROt-FREE MILES. C-iECK THE RAHGE OF S'ZES AfcD LOn PRICES S-SRTiNG *T 3 95" NEW CAR TAKE-OFFS ::::T$C< $-:s::ws£f Tiiots M B't !£W ,*S U3ST KiTH l£SS %  %  < -.>:E5 U:US IF TOUTfE l£l INI m m 6330 THES JKt SJi S1 '.001 0t£ •'. SSC!-Mf.3 u l£ MtAZEl' fllCUS-5 r 15 25 WAREHOUSE SPFDAIS THiS 6RO.P MuST MOVE TO MAS.E ROOM FOR NEW STOCK! TUBEUSS. TUBE TYPE BIG SIZE RAM6C VMfTIWALU "0 BukCkS, WMtTEWALL 9 95 RETREADS 1 -*tans BucmAiLS ":'-.' £*EIY SIZE MtOE WITH SH0W.0U TOSrOlRDCI lETIEABS .. NOT EYEI'OiY KECAPS All LIVE. FIRST QUALITY I'tOOOHCR IIS i:u Tsuo. pttjEs sun ii 7 49 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT %  IC*J KMS T*X aw* TIII OM tout cat



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the 9 creations include Balenciaga. Givenchy. Griffe, Heim. LanvmCastillo. Nina Ricci and St. Laur ent, all of France; Capucci, Simonette and Fabiani, all of Italy; Serge Malta, of Chile; John Cavanagh, of England; Sybil Connolly, of Ireland; and Lola Beer, of Israel. America's participants are Bill I'.lass. Oleg Cassini. Mottle Farms, I Gustave Tasscll and Pauline Trigere. Others also are on the pro gram. Israel's fashion industry has contributed the skill of two furliers, Stefan Braun and Neuland er. and two knitwear houses. Aled and Elanit. Maskit. the village craft industry, has provided many ol the hand-loomed fabrics. Mrs. Carl Weinkle (left) receives congratulations from Mrs Sam Blank and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers upon being name: first recipient of the Israel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian. Award. Presentation will be made at a luncheon Friday, No1, at the Fontainebleau Hotel under auspices of the Women s Division for Israel Bonds, of which Mrs. Meyers is chairma.-.. Mrs. Blank is luncheon chairman. Kneseth Israel Ladies Meet Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president men. of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, anHostesses for the afternoon are nounces that the first luncheon. Mesdamcs Lena Popkin. LMrot and game party of the season will '-Matt. Fannie Sirot. Dora Malk be held at the synagogue on TuesHose liabinowitz. Julie Weinsto day, 12:30 p.m. Jennie Malina. Lillian Engel. Samtie] Lerner and F. Rudowsky. Mrs I. Support is chairman, with Mrv Gizella Weiss and Mrs. Ticket chairman iMrs L. Its Etta Mandell serving as co-chairDublin n J **kife by ISABEL GROVE calitea heading nor.h ;•with relatives and a %  see what the new season i~ ottering thea Paulino Sater. with r and BOn-in-l4W Bar Marvin Haven, staying • Hilton for a week liate excuse for the trip, al of a new niece tor Mar Makes it a total of sev randchildren, all girls for Meyer Havens, of Gainesso in Gotham Town this Sheill Markell Trav%  ith her, daughter Gayle Hubert) Gordon and 11 nn nth-old Allison Lori It's nee for "Miss Precious" to nn It the heart of great-grandr, Mrs. Lean Bennie \lr~. Mark Cirlin, of 4550 N. •HI Ave.. will bracket time With her New York relatives aid uties as a delegate to the n's American ORT convenIhere Parliamentarian the Southeast Region, she's lilso a past president of Island ers Chapter. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gross man recently returned to their ^ylake home from a trip to Hjannisport, Mass., where Martin attended the national convention of the Philadelphia Insurance Company Coral Gables home of the Eugene Somborgs scene of a cocktail and dinner party with hosts greeting guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Somberg. Mr and Mrs. Martin Goldberg, and Mr. and Mrs Charles W. Sokol Charlie, recently named general agent for a major insurance company, just made it back from Connecticut in time to attend the festive evening Joe and Elaine Feinberg entertained architect Stephen Little and his interior designer wife Jan in their home last week. • • A senior at the University of Florida School of Pharmacy, Miamian Ronald Kaler has been elected president of Ro Phi Pi Pharmacv Fraternity Son of Mr and Mrs. Calvin Kaler, 470 SW 21st Rd., Ronald was one of 25 top students invited to attend the pharmacentical convention in Detroit and Kalamazoo, Mich., sponsored by the Parke Davis and I'pjohn Companies The Doral Beach Hotel Star light Room the romantic setting for a family dinner Oct. 7 Continued on P.? 4-B THAT'S 6S ANNIVERSARY SALE big values! big selections! big savings! At Burdine's, your big store, you get so much more! The biggest savings of the year are here! So. now's the time to buy big, pay little pay later, charge it. ALL SIX BURDINE'S OPEN TONIGHT TIL 9:30



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Lav, October 18, 1963 >. tftwicf) nnrUBaun Paqe 3-B Rabbis' Wives wort* Dad. ow To be Honored By AJCongress lembers of the Luncheon Committee for the |or:dn Women's Division, American Jewish ongiess. meet to discuss final arrangements r the function honoring rabbis' wives of the fcrec'.er Miami area on Thursday noon, Oct. :: the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to are Mesdames Jack Shapiro, memberp c.nairman of the Women's Division and nairraan of the Luncheon Committee, and Bars-hall Earl, executive director of the Division. Standinq (left to right) are Mesdames Leonard Sidersky, president, Biscayne Chapter; Sam Penchansky, president, Miami Chapter; Albert Zuckerman, membership chairman, Biscayne Chapter; Joseph Albuquerque, membership chairman, Louise Wise Chapter; Mary Silep Cohen, president, Louise Wise Chapter. Other members of the committee (not shown) are Mesdames Fred Weiss and Sy Reese. Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, will honor the wives of Greater Miami's rabbis vi'h a luneheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Thursday noon. Oct. 24. Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, president. Florida Women's Division,, and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, division; membership chairman and chairman of the Luncheon Committee, this week announced 'hat guest rpeaker at the luncheon will be the noted Broadway and television actress, Martha Scott, who is starring in the current production. "Tchin Tchin," at the Coconut' Grove Playhouse. Miss Scott is remembered fori her role as Emily in Thornton; Wilder** play "Our Town" and for her part as "Mamma" in the TV series. "I Remember Mamma." The program will also include the presentation of scrolls to the rabbis' wives by Mrs Kramer, and greetings will be delivered by Kabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. and president of the Southeast Florida Council. American Jewish Congress. Other members of the Luncheon Committee include Mesdames Sam Penchansky, Mary Cohen, Leonard Sidersky, Fred Weiss. Joseph Albuquerque. Sy Reese. Albert Zuckerman. North Dade Chapter of Women's American OUT is planning a "beatnik dance" on Saturday %  vening .it Unified Hall, 2300 NE 171st St. A late snack will be served ard a live band will play lance music as well as entertain. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Louis Pressman, Ner Tamid Young Adults All single adults between the ages of 21 and 39 are invited to Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults "Cafe Society at TNT' in the Temple's Sklar Auditorium. The night club event, to be held Sunday at 9 p.m., will feature entertainment, a live band for dancing, and hors a'oeuvres. City of Hope In Card Party A luncheon and card party was bold by the Miami Beach Chapter, City of Hope, on Wednesday noon at the Bel Aire Hotel. Reservations chairmen were Mrs. Alfred Freeman and Mrs. Era Rosenfeld. A six-day, five-night cruise to I Jamaica, leaving Nov. 17. is being sponsored by the chapter. The ship, Franca "C." serving as a hotel throughout the cruise, will make stops at Port Antonio and Kingston and also offer en. tertainment and dancing. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Jack C.reenbcrg. ach Woman Recalls Kidnap Story limilar to One in Controversial Novel Miami Beach woman has writto Hilary Mmdlin, book editor I the Jewish Floridian, describing incident similar to the one |Di j W Faber used in her |troversial novel, "Strange Way llrs. Mindlin reviewed the novel I the Sept. '27 edition of The JewFlondian, despite the threat eral days earlier that Henry I gnery Co., publishers of Chicago. ] hild withdraw the book because [pressures by Catholic lay and jritui 1 ..uthorities. objecting to Jinor procedural errors" in the j Vrative, 'Strange Way Home" is based B 1904 news story, the central j kractcj of which still lives as a; fcmber ot a Catholic order in i nada Horn to a well-to-do Jew! fan) ly ui New York, he was i ^napped at the age of 7 by a iloututor, taken to Canada, brought up as a Catholic. h\v l'atiline Egert, of Morton i Ivers Miami Beach, reports to | Is. Mindlin that friends of hers., lo lived on Canal St.. New York. ; |n similar victims. "They had n en i |i i hum shop." writes Mrs. festern Garb To be Style [Western clothes will be the acIpted garb for the annual square knee ..nil box supper held under .u:-pices of Coral Chapter, lerican Medical Center, at Deni. or Sunday, Oct. 27. Called tor 7 p.m., the affair I neld at the Cross Trail buare Dance Hall. 4150 SW 70th K'hairing the evening is Mrs. lert Kfare, vice president, with prs Irving Wallick in charge of nervations. Efert. "Next door, a Frenchman operated a cleaning store.' Apparently, the Frenchman was extremely fond of the 7-year-old son of the clothing shop operators, who suddenly disappeared. The couple spent every dollar they owned looking for the boy and the Frenchman, even sending detectives to France. Subsequently, they moved to Paterson. N'.J. There, the couple reared three sons and a daughter. Four years ago, they passed away. "Two years ago, when I was in PsteTSOn," Mrs. Egert reports, "the city was agog. A monk came to Paterson from Canada, looking [or the Canal St. couple. He brought a death bed letter of conCession from the Frenchman." The monk had been directed to Paterson by another couple on Canal St.. where he originally went in search of them. When the monk couldn't find the parents of the kidnapped boy. he visited a synagogue in Peterson, and spoke to the rabbi there. Acrnrdine to Mrs. Egert. the rabbi said he had congregants of a similar name, ami im.icd the three sons and daughter to meet the monk. It turned out that the mi nk, now In his fort cs, looked xaetty like the Peterson congregants — that he was the boy kidnapped liom Canal St. many years before. "He attended a Catholic church while a guest of one of his brothers in Paterson." writes Mrs. Egert. "After a week, he went back to Canada, asking his brothers and sister to visit him." Remarked Mrs. Mindlin: "The incident is almost identical. The family in the Faber novel lived on New York's West Side. Otherwise they might easily be the same people." 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Taqe 4-B +Jm1s* fkridiar ': -, Friday, October 18, 1963 Mh Sholem Sisterhood Will Honor Hew Spiriful Leader at Dinner Sunday Helping to complete plans for the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute to Maurice Revitz are heads of the Women's Dinner Committee. From left are Mrs. Louis Suchman. Mrs. Jack Burstein, Mrs. Lieber Ringer, Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz, and Mrs. Milton Singer. The function honoring Tempie Menorah's president will be held Saturday. Oct. 26, at the Americana Hotel. Hebrew University Women's Unit Will Hear Library Report by Mrs, Simonhoff • membership party ot the omen's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew I'mersity will be hell at the home Mrs. Leonard Rosen, 10010 VV. roadview Dr.. Bay Harbor Island. on Friday noon. .More than 100 the several hundred ncwly-eni illed Friends of the University e expected to attend. American Friends of Hebrew 1 niversity have been active in the Miami area for many years. The reater Miami Women's Division as formed one year ago to conruct. equip and maintain the Jewish National and University library on the Hebrew fjniver• ty campus. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. presisnt of the Women's Division, will -.leak at the Oct. 18 branch. Just •turned from an extended trip to Israel, she said that the library is particularly interesting to visitors because it conl li illuminate I parchments, scrolls and his toric papers, as well aits in pressive collections ol more thai l.ooo.ooo books, "In 1948." Mrs. Simonhoff <\ plained, "the library on Mt Scopi • was closed to Israel, along will all of the Hebrew University, and the basis for today's extensive re sources was what is usually a librarian's nightmare — the books which residents of the country hap pened to have out on overdue loan in their homes." According to membership chairWoRlt^tVc Unit man. Mrs. Harry Platoff, Great-' er Miami is "outstanding in the United States for its generous participation in the support of the library and rapid membership growth." Mrs. Platoff will preside at the Friday brunch. MRS. SAMUU summon t^ocialiie ... bu <^7sabel Cji Continued from Page 1-8 elebrating the 40th wedding anliversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallot, 900 Bay Dr. Toastng the honor guest-, wore sons Morton and Ronald, their wive.-. laughter and son-in-law, the Howard Katzens Pallot senor i> founder and board chairnan of Norton Tire Company, Judy Rutstcin is beaming al the good news that husband Leo las been named in "Who.Who n the South and Southwest for 1963. "adding to his long h-; ol lonors in other compila such as "Chemical Who'.. Who," "Who's Who in Commerce and industry," and "American Men if Science" Leo is the South ern Regional director for the American Technion Society and rove once directed his own chemical plant in Newark, N.J. Regular devotees of the classical Film Festival shown at the Museum of Science and Natural History are the Buddy Halperts. Dr. Bernard Yesners, and Charlie Jacobsons Charlie once serv ed an apprenticeship at the Pasadena Playhouse, did a few walkons in legitimate theater, then deserted Hollywood for Miami Ruth, a drama major at North west.in l". and Charlie are First Nighters at the t o( M's Ring Theater Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthai are in Atlantic City, where lie is serving as a delegate from the Florida State Dental Society to the annual coin cut ion ot American Dental Association They are expected to return to Miami at the end of the week. Slates Speaker "The Woman—Her Role in Today's Society" will he the topic for the opening membership meeting of the Woman's Division of the Miami YMHA on Monday. 10 a.m., al the home ot Mrs. .lack Amazon, president. Miss Aleeth Roberts, social casework supervisor. Family Service, will be guest speaker and discus sion leader. The Woman's Division of the YMHA undertakes special projects tor the benefit ol the Y pr igram Further information may be obtained from Mrs, rlers< he) Rosenthai, membership vice lovely onions! A' w Vtr l ""' H Onion flavored MATZOH 1 lAti See and taste now oodles of onion flavor makes these snapapart matzohs a welcome change from bread ... go, hand-in-hand with soups, fish, main dishes! The snack supreme gives new life anil delicate zest to dips and spreads. Onion flavor does it! JWVA President To be Guest Mrs Bernard Wan i r Si •• Department president ol Auxiliaries of the Jewi I ans ol the L'nil make an official visit to the N Shore Ladies' Auxilu rj oi We nesday, The 8 p m. meeting, to bi held at the Washington Fe eral s ings and Loan Hid. N'ormand) Isle, will include installation ol new members and a social hour, Suganne MJTUr-UUJM cAiout-mi HOMO IWUIIMI A If*. tn#t w* %  MldWIf (WHIM •ocrot-Amont' m oiAiina twuiowsni •urn* •• TAMI \m &f •or semi .. oar 75t mrwtmm BiumuM GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING! its new and Mrs. Sunday of the Temple on I in a very short already endeared Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shol, m, Hollywood, Is sponsoring inner ranee welcomin piritual leader. Rabbi lot-ton Malavaky, ight Rabbi Malavsky assumed spin lal leadership ept. 1. "and ime has already endeared himelf to the hearts of many people in the Hollywood area, especially t Temple Beth Sholem." accordng to I)i Julian J, Blitz, presilent. Participating in the program Will be Mrs. Irwin Salitsky. president of Sisterhood; Dr. Julian J. Blitz, president of Beth Sholem; Mrs. Joseph Nasher. chairman; Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, representing! the Broward Board of Rabbis; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. representing the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, of which Rabbi Malavsky is a past president; and Mrs. William Dickson, president et Florida Branch, National Women's League ot United Synagogue ol America, also a former congregant ol Rabbi Malavsky, who has known him sii Malavsky, before coming • sri ilom served the Israel it< I enter in Miami for more than years Council Officers Attending Confab Mrs stat : %  > C Myers national \ ice pre-: 'cut. and Mrs Sidney Lewis, national director, both of Greater Miami, leave this week to attend a national Board of Directors meeting of the National Council ol Jewish Women The) will meet 49 other members In New York City from Oct. 20 to 23 to chart plans and policies in all areas of Council activity High on the agenda will be a discussion of the NC.IW School for Community Action on the theme ol "Equal Opportunity tor Youth." which is being heUI by Sections across the country this year. Greater Miami Section, Mrs. Raymond R Rubin, president, will hold its school on the 8th and 22nd of Jan.. 19G4. under the direction oi Mrs, Aaron I-'arr Coming up for review by the national hoard will be possible subjects for the 1964-65 schools. In addition, the) will bo discussing new planfor Council activities in Ihe fiel! ol civil rights and the expet iences : Sectionthat are piloting the Senior Service i orps Gomes Night Scheduled Lad %  ol Jewish War %  hold a "Lucky on Thursda) I West Miai I Hall Shirle) Vchti as to be FREE TO OUR READERS I DR. MARGARET F. REED Psychologist Will Launch Series Dr. Margaret F. Rei I, clinical psychologist, will be guesl lecturer al the second sessioi adult series on the Love" sponsored by YMHA Branch this Mot da) evt ning, 8:15 p.m. A famil) conns,'in He and mother ol will address hersell to "The Love ot Man The series is ope ed ha-is only I hi tures four lecture inducted on successive Monda) CMS mngS at the Miami x With Ave. The remar -ions will be devoted ti rheLove ol line's Young" and "The l.ovc of line's Fellow Man 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 32 pages. All pates and Hebrew equivalents and days of the week. Oct. 1940 to Sept. 1864. I iportant JnoUh holidavi to is; o. write to H. J. %  Company, Hep,. J 2 h 30, Pennsylvania lecture Season Beginning Fourth lecture season at the I. L. Peretz Workmen Circle School will begin on (let 29. with sessions to be held at 8 p.m., everj second and fourth Tue.-da> through May, 1964 If you like KREPLACH .CHEES^. fcavie" IN SAUC* You'll love MEATLESS CHEF* BOY-AR-DEl CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created W famed Chef Boy-Ar Dee. Tend* %  ttle macaroni pies... fi"ed^ tangy Italian Cheese. ..sim imered WOgy IWIIOMVMV With savory tomato sauce •<" cheese...seasoned the reality ten way. So much tastier ana easier than the frozen kind.* much thriftier, too-costt W •bout 15c per servingi i. L.



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Friday. October 18. 1963 +Jewisti fhrkfian Page 5-B NEW RESIDENTS Aged Home Will Expand Program To Meet Needs The newly-constructed adclilioi e Jewish Home for the Aged increased the capacity of the e from 105 to 216 residents. In response to the increase in i nt population, Douglas Gari i!~ and the Greater Miami SecNational Council of Jewish r. are making plans to ex: .mil their volunteer service pro. ram. On Monday, from 9:30 a.m. to to p m.. the Home will conduct annual orientation and traincourse for new Council volunThe orientation session is arl of Ihe in-service training and ofessional supervision which volnteers arc assured on the job. The cooperative relationship be,een the Home and the Council.] now in its tenth year, has become i.| the outstanding volunteer rograms in a home for the aged. For the past year, volunteer workers of the NCJW have serv,(l residents of Douglas Gardens n .i variety of activities. As j group-work leaders, volunteers apply 'heir skills in such activities as ceramics, sewing and basketry. ,anl playing, social and folk dancing, choral groups, leathercrafts and newspaper publishing. Mrs. Marguerite Siegel is senlor citizen chairman of the pro-i .mi Pioneer Women Slate Activities 1 irst regular meeting of Pioneer Club 1 was to be held on i hursdaj. l pjn in the Washion Federal BUg., 1234 Washton Ave \!r~ Sophie Krantz, • nlenl. was 10 con ml the busi ss portion of the day, to be ed bj ;> cultural program. i HI Wednesday afternoon, l p.m 1 olda Meir Club will also meet ihi v.,i ihington Federal Bldg 'i i aac Pushkin, presiin charge. Program, '." be introduced by in. N'alhaniel Soroff, will feature tdi i Mrs. Miriam Halerin, who will speak on her re" eek rip lo Israel as a It tl di legate; and Mrs Herireen, Council president, who "". film strips taken dur%  i tra\ • Is in Israel. i ial hour will be hosted by • Rose Marcus in honor ol her real grandchild. Southeast Region ORT delegates attending the 17th biennial national convention of Women's American ORT Oct. 14 to 18 at the Hilton Hotel in New York are (left to right) Mrs. Mark Cirlin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Florence Kuppeiman, education vice president, Mrs. Max Aarons, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Samuel Avrach, bulletin chairman. Also attending is Mrs. Louis Baron, region president. New Chairman Leads Session Newly-appointed training chairman, Mrs. William Wolte. will conduct the fall training session for new Red Cross volunteers in all services Scheduled to be held on Thursday. Oct. 24, at Red Cross Headquarters, 5020 Biscayne Blvd., session will last from 9:30 to noon. A brief history of Red Cross general services will be followed by introduction of the eight groups of uniformed volunteers known as Ihe "Supporting Services." with an explanation of the community service offered by each. The object of the training session is to acquaint prospective volunteers with the type of service they may give, and to help them Choose which service best fits their particular abilities and interests. Mrs. Wolfe, of 5255 Collins Ave., recently moved here from Omaha and Chicago. A Red Cross volunteer since 1954, she has worked with Red Cross Home Service as P social welfare aide volunteer since her arrival here, and recently accepted the post of training chairman for the Office of Volunteers. 1" jt MRS. WILLIAM WOLFE Displaying smiles for the trophies on display at Normandy Golf Course are Mrs. David Miller. Mr<=. Wolfie Cohen, George Saab, and Mrs. Paul Warren. These are two of the many trophies to be awarded by the North Beach Elemental'/ FarentTeacher Association foi the nine-hole, CalLtway System Golf Tournament to be held at Bayshore Go'f Course next Wednesday. Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Lewis Copland aie in charga of information. Mrs. Shoemaker To be Speaker Race Relations Forum Slated "What can you do toward better race relations in your com; munity?" is the question being asked of members of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women. A self-quiz with six vital questions has been sent to every member, the answers lo which might be easier to find after attendance at Council's forthcoming Civil Rights Forum on Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Speakers will be BUI Baggs, tditor of the Miami News, and Rev. Theodore Gibson, pastor of ( hrist Episcopal Church, and head Of the Miami Chapter of NAACP. Seymour Samet, acting director of the Metro Community Relations Board and director of the American Jewish Committee here, will he moderator. Technion Women To Open Season Women's Division of the Ami ican Society for Technion launch its fall program of acti ities with a membership brunch c I Nov. 8 at the home of Mr. ar I Mrs. Jay Dermer, 2525 Flamingo PI. President Mrs. Philip F. Th; I has announced that the "membt % %  • bring a member"' event will fe • ture an address by I.eo Rutsteii Southern regional director of t! a American Technion Society. f NOW! : • • : for magic-easq meals..: : W KOSHER : i SLICED BOLOGNA! WHNO ,'KOSHER S£ice4 •OlOGNA Robyn Tubin Party Paid-up members will be guests ; a Robyn Tubin Chapter, City Hope cocktail party on Sunday lung. The membership drive jflair will be held at the home I Ihe chapter's president. Mrs. Lewis Brooke. 1%00 NE 19th Ave. Mrs Donald C. Shoemaker. member of the Board ol Trustees of the Miami Public Library, will speak on "Should Books be Banned'' at the Surfside Recreation Center. 9301 Collins Ave., on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m. The talk is being given under Ihe auspices of the Surf-Bal-Bay Library of the Miami Public Library and the Center. Mrs. Shoemaker was graduated Irom the Women's College of Ihe University of North Carolina, did graduate study at the Union Theological Seminary, and earned an MA in Library Science from Peabody college at Nashville, Tenn. A question period will follow Ihe talk, according lo Mrs. Joseph Duntov, libranan i.. :h:' SurtBal-Bay Library. ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE H Is your protection against ImHatlons-your guarantee of oxcaUeno* In flavor, texture and quality. Look for tho word "Swltaorland" on tho Swisa Chaoso you buy...chunk or sliced... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland To Grace Your Monday Table ASK FOS Wran Produced and BoUled by L'KOVED WINE CO. Yonkers, N.V. •festysMl vJjowm packed I, ftatyio semi Qualify Flavor Kashmir • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. 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Page 6-B v.lfwistneridiftn Friday, October EmanuEl Ladies In Opening Tea on Wednesday chairman of the day. Mrs. Thcowere deMgned by Mn. Seymlwf donZailcs. membership vice presRubin. Planning the Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood luncheon in Sklar Auditorium are standing (left to right) Mrs. Lou ; s Cohen, program vice president; Mrs. B3n Linde, membership secretary; and Mrs. Sam Smiles, reenrollment co-chairman. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. vies president, fund-raising; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, president; Mrs. Harry Kastan, vice president, membership. Not shown is Mrs. Max Raskin, reenrollment chairman. Ner Tamid Ladies Miami ckpi Bazaar In Member Fete Mrs. Sam Penchansky, president, Miami Chapter of the American Temple Xer Tamid Sisterhood Jewish Congress, announces a was to hold a paid-up membership hazaar and dessert luncheon to be' Temple Kmanu-El Sisterhood |ld its opening membership tea n Wednesday evening at the Fonainebleau Hotel. Principal speaker was Dr. Irv ing Lchrman who spoke on -The importance of Being a Sisterhood Member." Mrs. Alexander Kogin president, conducted the meeting, coordinated by Mrs. Beatrice K. King Opening prayer was offered by Mrs Sol Goldstein, chaplain, and RR Officials Meet on Beach; Eye Promotions Addresses by John W Smith, | president of Seaboard Air Line Railroad Co.. Wendell Jarrard. chairman-'irector of the Florida Development Commission, and William II. Tucker, member of the Interstate Commerce Commission. .eatured opening day sessions of the 100th annual meeting of the American Association of Passeni ger Traffic Officers at Miami 1 Beach last week, .lames K. Get' ty. president oi the association, announced. Getty, who Is general passenger traffic manager for Seaboard, prei sided over the four-day meeting at the Deauville Hotel. This year, for the first time. inaj mui. Appearing-in the on %  I. "Broadway Mcrry-Go-Rou duced bv .Miss Lillian Goodman, directed (Hill£.! %  %  -. %  • %  ideut presented the new members ....... .. -.jjuuai New 'iff members were intro | cal. "Broadway Merry Go-R - f f %  ualne Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy yogr needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private pariyl (•luncheon on Thursday noon in the held under the auspices of the Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ner chapter on Wedneesday noon ta Tamid. Masonic Hall. 41 Valcnci Ave.. liiehlishting the afternoon was ] Coral Gables. to be the honoring of all life mem-1 ben by life membership chairman, i ^ • j D Mrs. Herman Frank. Upfl-MTS. Plan Mrs. Louis Cohen, program —• %  p • %  chairman, was to present a musiHim I l*0|€?CT cal -Fashions of Modern Design 0 ti Mrs club of Miaml Bl acn in Jewish Living. U^ fund raising projec( wiu be Chairman of the day was to be 1 the opening of "It's a Mad Mad Mrs. Harry Kastan. vice president Mad Mad world," to be premiered in charge of membership. Her m Soutn Flori.ia on Dec. 19 at committee includes Mesdames Ine Sheridan Theatre. Max Raskin. Bon Linde, and Sam Smiles. Mrs. Henrietta Fine is president. District Deputy Expected Miami Beach Pythian Sisters of Temple 43 will welcome District Deputy Mrs. Dorothy Blumberg at a meeting callel for Thursdayevening, Oct. 24. at the American Legion. 1828 Alton Rd. Mrs. Evelyn Decky will preside. Rumored to be one of the most exciting movies of the year, the picture was produced at a cost of more than S15.000.000, with a cast of 40 top stars. Proceeds will go to the Opti-Mrs. scholarship fund for emotionally disturbed children. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Louis Pilzer. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Harry Raskin and Mrs. Sam Hirsch. the opening sessions were attended also by members of the American Association of Railroad Tick i et Agents and the American Association of Traveling Passenger [Agents, who have been meeting Ha. Miami Beach during the same j period. Selection of Florida as a meeting site for AAPTO. Getty said. was made "to further tourist promotion for the state and in recognition of the vast travel potential represented by members of the organizations." He noted that last vcar the railroads of this country carried over 311 million pass engers, 116 million of whom were long distance travelers The railroads serving Florida, predominantly long distance carriers, 'ransported over 45 million persons in 19C2. lor Information: HAZEL ALLISON Calerlng OlroclOr, JE 1-6061 aeth St. Collins A... EXCITIN6LY 4 DIFFERENT HOTEL for evrry occasion it your anuronce of on affair TO remember weddingt. inceptions, confumations ond organization oftoirt ralie on on added meaning ond stature a compl ment to your guests when arronged by our staff of e.perls MAKE IT THE NEWLY DECORATED BARCELONA TO MAKE IT BESTI FOR INFORMATION CALL: Mr. OPPENHEIM or MAXINE CLARK JE 2-331 ON THE OCEAN 43rd TO 44th STS. MIAMI BEACH Square Dance Scheduled Here A box supper square dance on Sunday night, Nov. i". at 7 p.m.. will be sponsored by Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood at the Cross Trail Dance Studio, 4150 SW 70th Ct. Reservations committee, chaired by Mrs. Leo Martin, includes Mrs. Jay Mellow. Mrs. David Bendell and Mrs. Henry Cain. A Sisterhood theatre party at a performance of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" for the benefit


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Friday. October 18, 1963 *'Jm1st) nrridKrtr Page 7-B Hadassah Maps 49th Convention In Washington Making plans lor a dessert coffee and lashion show lor paidup members of Temple Judea Sisterhood at the home of Mrs. Sidney Longer, 4209 Granada Blvd., on Wednesday noon, Oct. 23. are (left to right) Mrs. Sidney Longer, hostess, Mrs. Jay Bearman, membership chairman, and Mrs. Frank Toback, Sisterhood president. By Special Report The 49th national convention of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of Arneriea, will be hel at the Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington, D.C., from Oct. 27 to | 80, Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, Hadassah's national convention chair[ man. announced this week. She > said that more than 2.000 dele-' sates, representing the organiza-! tion's 318.000 memhers in 1.320' chapters and groups throughout 'he United States and Puerto Rico, are expected to attend W. Averell Harriman, Under Secretary of State for Political Affalrs, and Avraham Harman, Israel Ambassador to the United S'uies, will be the principal speakers at the convention banquet Friday evening. Oct. 29. Harriman will appraise American foreign policy problems engaging the attention of the United States Government and the American people. Ambassador Harman will discuss Israel against the background of the current situation in the Middle East. Earlier, Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky, national president of Hadas sahj will review the activities 0T* Hadassah during the past year. ;.nd aKo will speak on the major problems of the American and in In-national scenes. Amo g speakers of national and international prominence will be Senators Hubert H. Humphrey (D.-Minn.) and Jacob K. Javits (R.-N.Y.), who will deal with American foreign %  ""policy, w ith special emphasis on the Middle Fast. The senators will address he opening plenary sesson on Sunday, Oct. 27. Chairman Of the \ cring will be Mrs. Halprin. Mrs. Nanette Pomeroy, interior decoration coordinator of the modernization model of Project Operation Fix Up. checks rug materials and furniture displays with George Wolpert, of Wolperts Furniture Co. When completed, the 40-year-old home at 2273 SW 12th St. will be opened to the public as an example of how Miami residences can be up-dated. Season Member Plan at Club Announced Here Westbrooke Country Club has opened a "season membership" which will :illow Dade County residents full privileges to May 1. 1964 at a special rate Sheldon Kay. president of the two-year-old recreat'on and social acility, said that the special season lull membership at S75 plus lax includes an entire family Also for the first time, the club has arranged for convenient payas you play plans, to be available I for memberships during the 1964 summer season. For the next three Sundays, membership counselors will greet prospective members and escort them on tours of the clubs facilities. Westbrooke. at 8500 on the Trail, was among the first of the new family-type country clubs to be' built in the South. It features complete recreational and social facilities for all members of the family — adults, teen-agers and children. 'Fix Up 1 Winner Has Her House Newly Furnished George Wolpert, president of test. "Operation Fix Up." run by W 'Iperi Furniture t o 1200 Coral the Miami Board of Realtors. Waj has been notified that his' Winner of the contest was Mrs. linn was selected to furnish tin Minna It. Mell, lor her letter tollhouse to be modernized in a conins why her house at 2273 SW 12th if our next affair with a wonderful choice of Miami Beach's Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL A new st.m, I,vd of e leganos on Mum; Beach. 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Mrs. Nell has been given other quarters in which to live for a year, and at the present time the I modernization is under way. When i the modernization and refurnishing are completed, the house will he open to the public as a model lor six months. For complete details, please call Mr. lint ill Koctse Doral Beaeh Hotel mnd Country Club .##•; 2-:woo SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs.card parties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parking on premises. For groups from 15 to 1500...superb cuisine...fine wines, experienced, personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379-8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI or Elegant Functlona Complete Catering Facilities tor that Special Party served In superb lashion setting that Mat will reflect your good taste. ^.CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGSBANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tate or a gala calibration with 3.500 cuaata. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIB0R H. STERN CD J _—**" M [w 'ot* ta"in cl Lc*a Prize Chest Will Be Awarded Next meeting of the Hebrew Academy women will take place on Wednesday noon at the Deauville Hotel. According to Mrs. Leonard Rosen, president of the AcademyWomen, a Treasure Chest of 25 prizes will be awarded. In addition, a special surprise j has been planned as a revaard to ] members who will be present during the afternoon. Mrs. Sam I Farber will be chairman of the day. ". % % %  The ultimate compliment to your guests—an invitation to have your funC' tion catered by Fontainebleau experts ... with the finest cuisine, beverages and service worthy of the world's most beautiful hotel. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS Also available Kosher catering and personalized Fontainebleau catering at your home Call Harold Beck [Sum/net AfjndgcT jjtferson u-tmii %  ON THI OCBAN AT #4lh STRET MIAMI BEACH



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F=ge 8-B *Jenist>flcridi&r Friday, October W OMAN OF THE WEEK Execut.vc secretary mean, many things to many people, but to 1, mple Beth Sholom it means Betty Malakoff. By what path,I did she nve at this time and this place to be celebrating her fifteenth >ear high school, she began to work when she was fifteen but finished her education by going to Hunter College and the College of the City of New York at night. Betty's work has always been exciting. >he was secretary to the editor of the old Jewish Tribune in New York. She did pro motion, and was also secretary to Oswald Garrison Villard. editor of the Nation. She was with Evans Clock, the 20th Century Fund Economic Research, and the National Refuge Service She worked with the Drey, fascinating .labotinsky when he was in this country. She listened as this founder of the Zionist Revisionists talked tor six hours while his audience either hugged or hit each other. All these proved to be the background needed for her current position. I fteen year.ago. when Betty and her husband Milton, moved to lami Beach, someone said that Rabbi Leon Krom-h needed a secre ry, and thus started Betty's dedicated service at Beth Sholom In a Temple there arc always crises going on—drives and projects <• %  one sort or another. Betty'? love of dramatics instigated the ThosI ,ans, but as much as Betty loves acting, she has no time for the relearsals herself She is serene in the face of all difficulties— never t uiied or quick tempered. Her calm and balanced judgment has a >od effect on all who come in contact with her Her hobbies are her i ISDand, her children and her work at Beth Sholom As a child, she read all oi the time, even walking back and forth • the library, and her love of reading has never diminished. Haughty Marion :s married to Dr. Oliver Williams, and they have two chiliren. They live in Philadelphia where Marion is a librarian and Dr. •. illiams is professor of political science at the University of Pennsyl. inia. Son Fred, who will be married next January, lives in Berkeley, %  here he is a lawyer in the Anti-Trust Division of the Justice Departi ent. Years pass swiftly, and Betty sits at her new desk in her newly%  corated office bubbling with enthusiasm because her feet really mch the floor. The desk was made two full inches shorter just so lie would be comfortable. Good things come in small packages, it is aid. and Betty is a small neat package loaded with the vital knowhow of her job. tied up with a big bow of pride and love for the jhievements of her Temple Beth Sholom and U>e inspiration of ; abbi Kronish. £ T ATUS Vance Packard says it's a sign of status of the upper classes for I jsbands and wives not to sit together, either in a car. at the theater. • r at dinner parties. Evidently, he's right because at the dinner for J20 guests at the White Hous" given by President Kennedy in honor '. the Emperor of Ethiopia, Carol Courshon and her husband, Arthur, .sat at ditferent tables. Carol sat next to Steve Smith, brother-in-law the President, and Arthur sat next to Eunice Shiver, sister of the 1 re-ident. Rose Kennedy in a sea green long-sleeved, beaded floor' ngth gown, acted as official hostess because the President's Lady I 3d left that day for Greece. Carol said that, usually, the anticipation I an event is greater than the affair itself: hut this wasn't so here CUT POPPED A BUNNY Jacquie Kott had a birthday party for her husband, Irwin, better '. nown as Bu::dy. It was a gay evening with songs, poems and clever resents. Ralph Novak wrote a series of songs to the tune "Mamana," ijch stanza sung by one of Biddy's friends. Among the guests were fr. and Mrs. Si Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marcus, Mr. and Mrs • ick Perwin. Mr. and Mrs. Sherburt Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schift. and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Marcus. The best present of all came in a l uge white box tied with a green bow. It was a surprise from blonde acquie to her husband on his 40th birthday. Out jumped an adorable i-'d haired model, seventeen years old. dressed in a bunny suit. DIM JENNIE SEITLIN She's home from her trip to Israel but still finding it difficult to elieve that she was able to crowd so much into such a short time 'here has been a miraculous change in the eight years since she was lere last. Tall buildings have gone up, many-laned highways have aken the place of the old roads, and of course she was thrilled with •ne results of the work done by her beloved Pioneer Women, as well s Hadassah and National Council of Jewish Women MNNER FOR FOUR TWICE Ins and Budd Cutler took Iris' parents. Mr. and Mrs David •chulan, to Kings Bay Yacht Club for dinner to celebrate their 36th vedding anniversary. The following week, they took the Jack Schenkmans because it was Mrs. Sclienkman's birthday. The Cutlers enjoyed heir dinners twice, both wit.i happy birthday and happy anniversary akes. FAMILY DINNER Mrs. Rae Levy was here from Brooklyn to spend the holidays with ler daughter. Gladys (Mrs. Jack) Fineberg. Gladys gathered the %  hole family together. The main topic of conversation and the one 'hat Grandma had to be brought up to date on was about the Fine>erg's eldest daughter, Marilyn, who has been writing the lyrics for ..like Cowan's music. At present they are both holding their breath '"he name of the three songs are "Buddy Blue," "Don't Crv Babv ".'J "Me and My Little M.G." Jill Channing Will Wed Executive Mr and Mrs. Jules P Channing, 781 Fairway Dr.. Normandy Shores, announce the engagement of their daughter. Jill Sue, to Harold L. Gaffin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Gaffin. 18971 NE 20th Ave, The future bride is a graduate ol Miami Beach Senior High School, and is presently attending the University of Miami. The pro-pective bri.iegroom graduated from williston Academy, Easthampton, Mass. He is also a graduate of the University Ol Pennsylvania, where he was a member of the Undergraduate Council, Junior Honorary Society, and served as president of his Junior Class His fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi. He is vice president of Gaffin Store Equipment, Inc. Wedding will take place Fell 1. 1964 Discussing plans for a musical program Saturday evening, 8:30 p.m.. in the new auditorium at 170th St. and NE 19th Ave.. to help celebrate the 37th anniversary of North Miami Beach, are Surfside Vice Mayor Louis Hoberman, Joyce Farber, lyric coloratura, and Sally Kaye, occompanist. The concert, featuring Miss Farber and Victor Marchese, diamatic tenor, will be sponsored by Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association, according to George Valentine, public relations vice president at Chase Federal, who is master of ceremonies for the event. J PERETZ Jewish School ENROLLING NEW STUDENTS The I. L. Pereti School Workman's Circle) 1S4S S.W. 3rd Street • •nd the new School at Y.M.H.A. 7215 Coral Way ARE NOW ACCEPTING NEW STUDENTS 'or Information call Mr. Max Glieberman 532-8092 or Mr. A. Block, Secy., 538-5157 Rabbi Stern Scheduled Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of Beth Jacob Congregation, will speak this Fridaj at 7 a.m over Channel 10. on the program. ••Give Is This Day." His topic will be "Einstein and Freud," and will be given in two parts. The second is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 25, at the same time and channel. Werner* Kahn MISS JILL SUt CHANNIHG Flashner, Miller Betrothal Told Wedding of Miss Ina Claire flashner and Michael L Miller is planned for Jan. 18, 1964. Announcement of the engagement is made this week bj the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Flashner. of Oak Park. Muh The prospective bridegroom is the -on of Mr. and Mrs Howard Miller, 10021 E. Liroadview Dr. Sweetheart ot Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, the bride-elect will rereive a degree in education from tin Universit) of Miami in Januaij Her nance earned a BBA degree ,:i the University <>t Miami, where he served apresident ol Phi Kp silon Pi Fraternity, and was a member ol the Inter-Fraternity cil '8.1963 Foreign Stude^h Program Here A "People-to-People pro for foreign students Inn:., in J. !" ami was initiated at *Temu Judea during a Sisterhood ZT ing on Wednesday w Guest speaker was Dr. And Yarrow, foreign student advisor I the University of Miami. „, opened the way for students to be guests at the home of u m lies here on Friday evening^ then to attend services a t th* Temple. The project will he enntin UM throughout the winter montl. with Rabbi Mordecai Podet mew ing with the student ~ follow,,,;, the services to answer any q Je l tions they may wish to ask. In charge of information i\| r Marvin Levin. Miss Goldman's Betrothal Told Mr, and Mrs. Murray Goldman, i.'.'i'i Gar) ue ai nounce the en iagemenl ol then daughter, Penny, to Rariy E Sugerman Both the bride elect and the future groom are graduates ot Miami Beach Senior High. Miss Cold man also attended the University ol Miami. Her fiance, an outstanding athlete, received a degree l'rom Georgia Tech and is a member Of Phi Epsilon PI fraternity His parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Sugerman, 88io Dickens Ave Wedding is planned [or Dee 14, Adult Education At Beth Sholom Chairman of thi Beth 9b Edult Education Conn n \| : Irving Kushman. announces the following schedule t r the 19634; adult education institution First semester, i it 21 through Dec. 23: secoi I • %  i",. j a „ 6 to Mar. 9. All classi : 00 Mondays from 8 lo 10 p.m Courses offered arc Hebrew." "Elementary i • %  rsabon." "Prayer Book Hcbn "Advanced Conversati by members of the Beth Shalom Keligioua School staff. M bera Lipson. Miss Nettie Goldstein and Abraham K A course on "Great • Books," covering sclei I .lewivh literature .. their ir. Iluence on Jewish hist will be fciven by Rabbi Leon Kr>ni


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Friday, October 18, 1963 *****§, nr-trHHIii^r Page 9-B itrvningly yours. <£*Jult Zi f Israel Sunday night nl the Don! Beach Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin were •he hODorees for the reception, Btured > %  speaker Israel Vmbas a ior Katrlel Kaetz. For • -ion. Mrs. Ansin selectM! a wbite Bilk faille dress with i I'. .let! jewels at the scoop,,i • %  mine and a skirt which Hand %  'i a modified "A" line : the Temple's president. Mr-. mes Albert, chose a ene c lored white brocktail ensemble Her as a sheath with a match net, Mrs Louis K. Sneltose husband was chair the evening, wore a gth formal completely ith turquoise colored A matching sequined completed her ensemi .1 -(ph Singer'-, gol.l %  ensemble was a sheath fitted hip-length jacket i %  •soie in iced blue creat Seymour Silverman's i I irmal. tnna Brenner Meyers black chiffon cocktail i pped nli a white rib jacket which featured iti mink collar. Mrs. Sain ribbon knit sheath and in a tcli ng jacket were in a warm lilac Green and gold blender! into a print on Mrs • S, Bailey's sheath, winch had the relaxed waistline Mrs. David Druckei's full-length lor IIKII of black and silver brocade featured a low .back. An emer aid ;;-cen and gold brocade ensemble was worn by Mr> : ward Greenfield. ICE: 'i nk as the color choice Irs Sam Pollock. Her dress had sequined appliques on the skirt. t coat featured a doirbleape effect. The ensemone which she had deMrs Trudy Hamer"iv a black and gold ensemble with a beige lace bodice. Mrs. A. C. lack j-'t covered cocktail a Parisian Count Sar • ation. A floor-length gown • :> covered with white • it sequins was worn by Lea Le\ in Wife of the Rabbi, Mrs. Leon Kronish, selected a floor-length white satin formal with a straight cut neckline. Hand embroidered beading detailed this slash effect, and she carried a matching stole. Mrs. Sol Lichter's fabric came from England, featuring iridescent satin in lorest green, and was made into a sheath and matching three-quarter length coat. The sheath had a large bow at the waist, which was draped into an asymetrical line, and her coat was lined in gold silk-satin. Mrs Hetty Brown chose an exciting red silk sheath in a modified sheath shirtwaist style. Her dress was sell-belted. A gold embossed sheath with a semi-sweetheart neckline was worn by Mrs Meyer Crcenberg. Black silk chiffon was the choice of Mrs. Maye Peinberg. Her lull skirt featured a draped poul mi one side, aid her sleevewere hand-embroidered in a floral design which was trimmed with seed pearls A black brocade cocktail ensemble was worn by Mrs Leonard Rosen. % % %  lu|RS. Harry Walk's floor-length %  formal was an embossed gold sheath. C'alusa coral silk chiffon was the color choice of Mrs Birdie Faxo. Her fitted bodice had a deep scooped neckline and was covered with iridescent sequins, and her skirt was bouffant. Mrs Anne Zorrsin wore a porcelain blue brocade Sheath with a scooped neckline and cap sleeves. A pale lemon moygasbel two-piece ensemble was the choice of Mrs. Aaron Farr. Her overblou.se was embroidered in white Mrs. Max Weitz had just received her gown from Italy, which she had ordered while there, and the hand-beading took months. Of magenta silk satin, the sheath was covered in bands ot diagonals embroidered with .silver cavier beads, satin-lined bugle beads, rhinestones and pearls Her matching jacket was cut with intricately-place sleeves. Mrs. Milton Gaynor chose a gold and brown brocaded shealh and matching cutaway jacket. A ranch mink collar trimmed the neckline of her jacket. FREE! 5 GAL GAS FREE! TO MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS ONIY WITH THIS AD BEA'S LAMPS & SHADES (formerly Tropical lamp Center) • <>• IAMF REPAIRS $15 OR OVER • ON IAMP SHADES $15 OR OVER • ON ANT $15 PURCHASE OR OVER See Our Newest Styling* in Chain Lights — pole Lamps — Decorator Table tamps to Fit [very Decor Coed Oct. 18 to Oct. 26. 6174 S.W. 8th ST. (adj. to Grand Union) MO 5-2322 Entertaining ORCHESTRA featuring "TtKKY" Wl 7-8124 Speculiiing in WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS 9UAMM C0NVAEMSCENT HOME 335 S.W. 12th AVE. IEO ALLEN. Director Hi. FR 90278. FR 4-5437 Specializing in Care to the tUerly and Chronically III 24-Howr Nursing Service — Special Diets Strictly Observd Private and Semi-Private Rooms — Jewish-Style Cooking Starlight Roof Supper Club of the Doral Beach Hotel was the scene of a wedding dinner for movie actress June Allyson and her new husband, Glenn Maxwell, following their marriage in Ft. Lauderdale. Shown (left to right) are Paul Pollak. June Allyson. Glen Maxwell and Jerri Pollak. The Pollaks hosted the wedding party at Doral and during their stay in Miami Beach. Mizracho to Keynote 'New Horizons' By Special Report Cardiac Hospital Luncheon A fund-raising luncheon and card party was held by the Miami Chapter. National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Tuesday noon at Ihe hospital. Highlight of the afternoon, chaired by Mrs. Reuben Schild. was viewing the newly, decorated hospital lobby. Candy Stripers To be Cited Some 100 Candy Stripers from Variety Children's Hospital and their mothers will attend the annual "Awards Tea" party Saturday, from 2 to 4 p m.. at poolside of the Robert Clay Hotel. Mrs. Edward Melniker, an active member of the Variety Women's Committee, and supervisor of the volunteer corps, announced that the young ladies who have earned certificates for services in the hospital will be cited for their efforts by Variety officials. "New Horizons'' in vocational education, child-care and social service work in Israel will be the theme of the forthcoming 38th annual national convention of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, it was announced by MrDudley Felt. convention chairman. Th" four-day meeting, to be held in Washington DCs bhoreham Hotel on Nov. 10 to 13. will focus special attention on problems of integration in Israel, vocational training for children ol the new immigration, advanced industrial training to meet Israel's burgeoning industrial needs, and the incieasingly sophisticated socialwelfare anl social-service requirements of the present period of Israel's development. Delegates representing 50,000 Mizrachi Women in 37 states will attend the Washington meeting to be addressed by top U.S. and Israel officials Program highlights include the conferring of the 1963 "AmericaIsrael Friendship Award" to Sen. Hugh Scott, of Pennsylvania, a major address by Israel's Ambassador Avraham Harman, the premiere of "Marching Towards Tomorrow," a film on Israel's curlent needs, and the appearance of Col. Nachman Kami. The four-'ay meeting will coincide with the close of the World Becks to be Honored Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beck will he honored at a testimonial dinner tendered by Temple Tifereth Jacob The catered affair is called for 7 p.m. on Sunday, with Mrs. Mimi Klein in charge of reservations. ( (inference of Youth Aliyah. marking the 30" h anniversary of Ihe establishment of the youth immigration movement which has brought more than 100.000 children to Israel. Some of the first children t" arrive h Israel, then Palestine, in the Youth Aliyah program will participate in the convention. Brandeis Unit Coffee Friday Miami Beach Chapter. Brandeis 1 University. National Women's Committee, will hold a coffee board meeting on Friday. 10 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. Ralph Spero, 4335 Royal Palm Ave. Plans for the annual fall meeting to be held in November will be under discussion. Mrs, Sam Goldman, president of the Miami Beach chapter, who has just returned from the campus at Waltham, Mass.. will report highlighls of her visit there. On Oct. 6, Brandeis launched the 15th anniversary celebration ol its inauguration as a liberal arts university, FRIENDLY. GENTLE CARE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE Coral Gables Convalescent Home • Especially designed and equipped for the care of the) elderly and chronically ill • Special diets observed • Nursing staff on duty 24 hours a day under supervision of registered nurses • Recreation, occupational therapy • Beautifuf screened-in-patio NON-SfCMffMM 7060 S. W 8th STREET (on '/># 7f"im Trail) MIAMI. fLORlOA Ferdm jnd H *o*nthal. Ownir-Oirtctor Firmer Au't. Dlrtetar Mt ftinu MOID Cleveland & „ Director Jewish Hems far Aaetf. 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"acre 10-B *, *WfV#> IFI^irfrMi^n Friday, October 18. 1963 Future of American Jewry' Will Be Topic of Noted Historian at Lectureship "The Future of American ;i?" wtrHbe I ht> *.* &f • oH^r? • do W. Baron, noted scholar, hisrian and author, who is seheduli I to deliver the inaugural adi ,es> at the first annual Contem•jrary Je\vi?h Affairs Lectureship the Fontainebleau Hotel on Jesday evening. Oct. 29. The annual series is being en( owned by the Sam Blank and : .irmly Foundation. Fred K. Shecket, publisher of "he Jewish Floridian, and chair•nan cf the committee for the ectureship, said that Dr. Baron vill consi.-'er American Jewry, ts complexities, the problems confronting the community toc"ay, and some of the solutions avai able. %  'He will alto take note of the 25th anniversary ot the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.'" Shoehet declared, "and urge Miami .Jewry to look ahead t:> newel jiorrzons of achievement ." The Oct. 29 event Is by invi'alion, and there will be no sr-licitatioa of firds, Shochet said. Dr. Baron is ciirec'or ol the Center of Jewi h S.udies at ColnmWa IniverMiy and professor emeritus of the Chair of Jewish History, Literature and Institutions at Columbia. He -is an inter rationally renowned student of Jewish culture and history. Opening Session of Regional ZOA Confab To Feature Noted Middle East Leader DR. fATEMf Dr. Na-roi!ah Saifrjoiir^ FatemJ^ noted Middle East Moslem leader. statesman, editor and former I'N delegate, will be keynote speaker at the opening session of the 26th annual Zionist Organ'zat on of America Southeast Re?ioi conference on Saturday evening in the Andrew Jackson Roo.n ol tne Andrew Jackson Hotel. Na hvil'e, Tenn.. according to Maurice H. Pilsk, chairman of the conference. Dr. Fatemi. who has recently returned from a special study tour of Israel, the .Middle East. Ghana. Rabbi Shapiro Will Deliver Sermon Delegates to the 26th annual conference of the Zionist Organization of America. Southeast Region, and members of the Nashville Zionist District will be honored at late Friday evening serOn the 39th anniversary of their establishing Norton Tire Company in South Florida, groundbreaking is held for construction of another branch at 9001 So. Dixie Hwy. Wielding _jold shovels are (left to right) Louis Pallot, founder and chair•nan of the board; Ronald Pallot, secretary-treasurer; Norton ^allot, president; and Howard Katzen, vice president. The icrtion's largest dealei in B. F. Goodrich Tires, Norton Tire Company now operates 12 stores throughout Dade, Broward :md Monroe Counties. They serve numerous commercial and fleet customers and retail outlets, and operate a retreading plant and warehouse at their main offices at 5300 NW l'7th Ave. Israel Diplomat Will Install New Officers Yaakov Aviad, Consult of Israel .i New York, and director of press relations at the Consulate General i Israel, will be guest speaker ,t the closing banquet and in uallation <>t the 26th annual Soutit %  •; Region ZOA conference. The anquel will take place on Sun la) evet ing in the Social Hall : the West End Synagogue in Vashville Aviad is a graduate "f the Maaleh High School in Jerusalem ind pursued his higher education n England, where he studied mod.in languages and public adminisration at the London School of Economics. During World War II. he was with the RAF in England, and later served in the Israeli Defense Forces. He as been in Israeli Government service for some 10 years. At the banquet Leon May. of Nashville and Miami Beach, will he installed as new president of i the region. May is the son of | Mortimer May, well known Zion| ist leader and former national president of the ZOA. Mortimer May will serve as installing officer. Toastmaster of ihe evening will be Harry Jafie. Of Birmingham, Ala. vices in the West End Synagogue in Nashville, according to Joseph L. Cohen, chairman of the event. Rabbi Jerome Kestenbaum. spiritual leader of the congregation, will welcome visiting delegates. Following the services, there will he an Oneg Shabbat in the Social Hall. On Saturday morning, delegates will again assemble in the West End Synagogue for religious services at 9 a.m. Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, and newly-elected chairman of the Board of Governors of the Southeast Region of the ZOA, will deliver the sermon. Rabbi Shapiro, who is a gradute nt New Ymk University and en Yeshiva Yavne Theological Seminay, is also a graduate attorney Before coming to Hollywood, he was Rabbi of the Green Bay. Wis.. Congreegation. and was also i irector of the American Jewish Congress in Chicago and the Midwest He is a past president of ihe Zionist Organization of the Midwest, and past chairman of the United Jewish Appeal for Wisconsin and upper Michigan. N igeria, Etlvop a. Kenya and severa"! other~Afriean nations, ha."Visited Israel on several other ,• %  :a sions. Dr. Fatemi is a graduate oi ( ,,|. umbia University. He has been the editor and publisher ul a monthly literary magazine and several daily newspapers in the Middle East. He his served as a member and vice president ol the legislative council of the Province oi Isfahan and n Mayor ol the City of Shiraz. He has also sen ed ,n the Iranian Parliament, where he was on the impo.tant Foreign Relations Committee. As a diplomat. Dr. Fatemi has served as Iran's delegate to the United Nations. He has presented the case of Iran to the Security Council, and has served as economic and political advisor tu the permanent delegation of Iran to the United Nations. Pilsk. of Nashville, will serve ;i S the chairman for the opentnt' session. Israel Feiden, of St. Angustine. Fla.. president of the east Region of the ZOA. who has recently returned from Israel will also addres.s the opening session. REOPENING NOVEMBER 1st Cent. Air-Cond. Ind. Cont. I ,ROMWEll<^ Mi — MOTH ABC On The Ocean ot 20th Street ^xr 'Harvest Moon' Dance Dungarees, blue jeans, slacks and informal dress will be the order of the day when Westbrookc Country Club holds its "Harvest Moon" festival dance on Saturday, Oct. 26. The festival will include dancing, game-, and a late barbecue super. Privjie Batch & Pool — Cabanai Ocean Front a. 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Friday. October 18. 1963 *Jm4tft ffrrkHirmn Page 11-B • < United Synagogue In 50th Anniversary At Adult Education Cavalcade Sunday T Launches Varied Programs A regular Sunday night square dance program will be started by the Miami YMIIA Branch on Sunday evening. 8 p.m., it was announced by llerschel Rosenthal, dent. The program, for beginners as wi II as for advanced square dancers, will become a regular Sunday night feature at the branch. Caller "ill be Marvin Hertz. rhis is one of many adult pro g ama planned at the Miami Branch this year by the Adult Activities Committee, of which Stanley Spieler is chairman. Women's slimnastics will be held on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 under the direction of Mrs. Jan Cameron. Beginning on Wednesday evenin;. the Miami "Y" resumed its Mr. and Mrs. Volleyball League. Tei mi under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. llerschel Rosenthal. Mr. and Mrs. Martin \\'hite. and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Wias have already begun. Fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the United Synagogue of America will he celebrated by the I Southeast Region on Sunday. 8:30 \ p.m., according to an announcej ment by Jerry Sussman. regional \ president. The event will take place at Beth David Congregation. 2625 i SW 3rd Ave.. and the public is invited. Principal speaker for the eve, Editor to Be Guest of Honor First meeting of the season for the Chaim Greenbcrg Branch of' Poale Zion will be held at the Farband Labor Zionist Center, 842 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, \ next Thursday evening, Oct. 24. The meeting will serve as a reception in honor of Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian. who recently returned 1 from a trip to Israel as guest of i several Israel Government ageni cics. Dr. Simon Wilensky, president, will conduct the meeting. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. consultant to the Bureau of Jewish Education, will introduce the guest of honor. Mrs. Sophie Krantz will present a slate of candidates for election. nir.-i, which will alto mark the opening program of the Adult Education Cavalcade of the United Synagogue of America in the Southeast, is Rabbi Herman Kieval, nationally-known spiritual larW of Temple Israel of Albany, N.Y. Rabbi Kieval is Ihe author of a ciassic commentary, on the Htvb HoHdrv. liturgy, and serves as instructor in liturgy at the Cantor's Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Subject of his talk, which will be followed by a question and answer period, is '• Ihe Legacy of Solomon Schech. ter—Vision and Fulfillment." Solomon Schechter was president of the Jewish Theological Seminary and founded the United Synagogue of America in 1913. A special ceremony will honor rabbis and presidents of United 1 Synagogue congregations. The United Synagogue of AmerI ica represents the Conservative i movement in American Jewish life, numbering over 750 congre ; cations, and one million affiliated %  families. It conducts v\ inin "n r o,ram of adult Jewish education. I ycuth activities, elementary eduI cation, and publishes a large • amount of literature designed to assist congregations in all aspects of their work. BB Women Map Conferences On Miami Beach Local U'nai B'rith Women M imeet with their District 5 directc Mrs. Maurice A. Goldberg, in sp % %  cial leadership conferences sebe tilled from Oct. lit through 21, 10:: ia.m. to 2 p.m., at the Eden Ri Hotel. All district chairmen and cha ter consultants will meet on Oc ; 18. Chapter presidents will ho t their session on Oct. 20. Council presidents — Mrs. F. .!vid Sachs, Miami: Mrs. Paul H. 1 rold. Broward-North D a d e ; ai (Mrs. Lester Arkin. Miami Beach — 'are scheduled to meet with M Goldberg on Oct. 21. %  ***^^aw^^^pa^Piy^"wa^^Bfla^a^*l i W ** ^*** M> UN Program Scheduled Ervin Schindler. president of the Miami Beach Branch of Uicl American Association for the J United Nations, announces a pro-' gram celebrating the 18th anni! versary of the UN will be held' here on Thursday evening, Oct.' 24. Set in Bay Front Park. 12 countries and the I'nited States will be represented in music, dance and song. Beach Group Hears Discussion "The New Third Society" created by -ingle parents was discussDr Jack A. Kapchan. paylist, at a meeting of the Beach Chapter of Parents Without Partners. A coffee and social followed the talk on Tues1 iaj evening at the Bel-Aire Hotel. Parents Without Partners is a national non-profit organization, i to the interests of single 1 parents and their children, and | has a membership role of 15.000. Serving as president of the local group lHarold S. Guerlin, with Harold Fuller as vice president. 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Page 12-B *Jeistrk>rldliain_ Friday. October 13, i 963 Interested parents at Temple Beth Am are in charge of decorating the Sukkah each year According to Mrs. Max Brown, president o the group, Mrs. Max Millard was chairman ot the group for the current season's celebration. Assisting in the decoration were Mrs. Murray Lipinsky. Mrs. Norman Todd. Mrs. Harold Lurie, Mrs. Dan Farkas. Mrs. Harry Ross. Mrs. Morton Kronengold, Mrs. Eli Gersten. Mrs. Beth Am Scouts Win Top Awards During Temple Both Am Boy swimming; Richard Baum. nature Honor .soil and water conservation, citizenship in the nation, safety and camping; Maury Morse, nature. reading, soil and water conservation, citizenship in the nation. cooking, citizenship in the home; Leonard Caplin. Mrs. Melvin Levinson. Mrs. Robert Garvett, Mrs. Jack Zagoria, Mrs. Ldwcrd B.amson. Mrs. Fred Segal. Mrs. Bertram Schild Mrs. Ira Druckman and Mrs. Edward Scharps. Elton Edelman. florist of Coral Gables, furnished the autumn leaves for decorations. Standing outside the Sukkah is Dr. Herbert M. Eaumgard and students oi the school. Scout Troop 302 Court of held recently. Ben aid Abbott, assistant Scoutmaster, made the lollowing awards; James Baros. citizenship, rowing and nature; .lorry Avick. mre and canoei %  jack Goldstein, Jeffrey Morse, nature, soil and Art Unlimited Courses Resume Art Unlimited Art School, the Soned studio at 8246 NE 2nd fcve. announces the i peiring ot Us 12th winter season I fine and com mercial art classi All classes are conducted b) en Soned, director, a fellow of the International Institute of Arts and Letters listed in "Who's Who ip American \rt" and former|j ., member of the faculty of the I niversity of Mil Courses inch rksh ips in and pai tii g for ners at students, as well as design i mil B< ape paintit lif< %  There are Is ior classes for your Enrollmt | %  % % %  21, and continues thereafter Monday through Friday fi im 2 to fi p.m Tropical Chapter Card Party First card puny for Tropical Chapter. American Medical Center at Denver, is slated tor Wednesday evening at the Bel Aire Hotel Vice president Mrs. Morton Maltz. is in charge of reservations. Mrs. Betram Thorpe is president. Paul H. Marks, president of Flagler Federal Savings and Loan Association, was elected president-elect of the Florida Savings end Loan League at the 40th annual convention cf the organization in Hollywood on Tuesday. Geoige B. Preston, of West Palm Beach, was named League president. water conservation, citizenship in the nation, lcatherwork, cooking, electricity and reading. Fore one-mile swims: Steve Itogers, Scott Lorry. Frank Huster. Jack Goldstein, Jeffrey Morse and Rick Baum. Dan Fried, chairman of the Advancement Committee, made the following awards: Martin Avick. swimming; Larry Forman, swimming: Sam Goldstein, nature and soil and water conservation; Elliot Abbott, nature and rowing; Danny Yagoda. nature, soil and water conservation, and citizenin the nation; Bruce Fried, nature, first aid. and rowing. Sam Avick. assistant Scoutmaster, presented second class awards to Bob Berrin. Frank Hutsler, Steve Rogers, "Scott Lary. Jack Goldstein and Larry Foreman. Harold Goldstein, institutional representative, made star Scout awards to Danny Yagoda. Bruce Pried, Jerry Avick and Jimmy Baros. Each boy in turn presented a gold pin to his mother. J. Lurie presented Tenderfoot awards to Handy Pried and Richard Sager Jack Baum, Scoutmasti r, presented Life Scout awards to Jet trey and Maury Morse, whose mother also received a gold pin. Ben Clein, vice president of the Brotherhood, accepted the Troop Charter, which will be placed in the Temple office. Dock Steps Up Campaign For City Commission Bill Dock. 41 year-old native Miamian. this week stepped up his bid for election to the Miami City Commission with a whirlwind side walk campaign to acquaint voters with his 10-point platform. Dock is a candidate in Group 3 in the Nov. 19 city election. An automobile dealer. Dock said Ins campaign is based on •bringing a businessman's thinking to the commission." His platform includes "eliminction of inventory taxes, a stepped-up program to relocate Cuban refugees, equalization of tax assessments on a share-the-load basis, pre-planned tax reductions, and stimulation of Miami's economy in the blighted and effected areas by activating such studies as the Magic City Plan." "Miami's poor tax structure."' Dock points out. "was pin-pointed ] just this week in a survey of .Miami businessmen conducted by the Economic Advisory Board. "Our crippling tax structure has forced business and industrial firms to move out of the city." said Dock, "and the EAB survey notes that this trend will continue if nothing is done. Something must be done, and done quickly to boost Miami's sagging economy." Dock's campaign treasurers are Louis and S. J. Spector. prominent leaders in the Jewish community. The Spector families are pioneer Miamians and active in religious ar.d civic affairs. The Spector family are the donors of Spector Hall to Beth David Congregation UM Prof Due At Temple Judea Guest speaker at a coffee forum railed for Sunday. 10 a.m.. at Tern lie Judea will be Dr. Earl Cosset Jr., professor of religion at the University of Miami. His subject will be "Protestantism Third session in a series on com parative religion, the lectures are under the direction of the Tern pie's board of education, chaired by Mrs. George Baum. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very comfort to all. s are real k \ilAVI S fXCLl'Wt .EV..!H ( A. ANuCOMMtinnr vc ottU* MO 1-7693 Orkin Occupies New Quarters Orkin Exterminating Company nnounces the completion and occupancy of its new S2.000.000 headquarters building in Atlanta. Ga. Located on five acres purchased by the company several years ago. the three-storied building contains 120.000 sq. It. of floor space, and will eventually have three additional floors. It now bouses the home office -1 .-If. the • [a district offii %  ell as two Atlanta operating branches, 'Hi" complete!; paved parking area will aocommo ate 350 i ai and trucks. ; WiUner and unu' is which pro'. ide cess to I .n uldEa< h ha its own snack facilities, rest rooms and meeting i room facilit, The building, contemporary in Broward Family Service Meeting Milton Forman. president of the Board of Directors of Jewish Family Service of Broward County, announces the first meeting of the board on Thursday evening, Oct. 17, at his home. One of the special highlights of the evening was to be a presentation by Miss Mariam Schmitz. regional consultant for Family Ser vice Association of America. Miss Schmitz was to address the group on the relationship between FSAA and its member agencies. The Family Service Association of America is the national accrediting organization for member Bgencies, and one of its primary functions is to maintain high professional family service standards Jewish Family Service of Brow ard County otters to the Jewish community, family counseling, family life education, service to 1 nior cit / ms through it-private ntial care pro-ram. and in •d n ferral, %  '' vice of Brow untj receives financial %  %  ard Ihi ed Fund i i a t ,M| Count: llywood : Bill DOCK Campaign manager Christie, past exalted n. cmi Lodge of Benevolen' tective Order of Elks, a the lodge and trustee n! Uonal Kidney Disease Fc and a member of the Directors of the YM and Irwn : MiPro %  i HI N.i :ition. ird "I \ The son of a pioneer Miami family. Dock is a graa.i-* of Miami Senior High School and an alumnus of the University of Miami. He is married •: the former Mary Whitaker j-; they have two children, Tri.: • and Michael. The family i-ends Beth David Synagogue. P Ian has for mem Dock served on the c: ning and Zoning Board been active in civic al many years. He is a cha her and past president i %  \ iriety Children's Hospital, a n me Better Business Bun ; mi. American Legion loma Club, Sheriff's Boy's Clu -ange Bowl Hurricane Commi chairman of the March t Special Events Committi FEMALE COMPANION for elderly Jew *h ( yood driver, over 'JO y JNF Council Will Elect Officers Michael Sossin will be gucsl speaker at a meeting ot the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami next Wednesday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Leon Ell. president, will conduct the meeting. Principal business will be the election of new officers. Dr. Zev Kogan. counsel of the JNF body, will bring greetings. Musical program will include Robert McPhcrson, tenor of the Greater Miami Opera Guild, with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano house cleaning < Live in. $100 p*r n and board. Write 1 2973. Main P O Miami 1 %  WANTED: SEXTC for Conservative Congi'.• S.W. area. Must ue g: Koiah. Please state age it any and references V. r Box 2973. Miami, Fia POSITION WANTED by Experienced SEXTO BAAl KOREH and BAAl Tl'.:*. T* contact please call S3: -)9J iWV Membership Party Murray Solomon Post and Auxiliary will hold their annual paid up membership party at the Minyonaires. 3737 Bird Rd.. on Saturday night. Chairmen of the event will be Mrs. Jean Kaufman for Ihe auxiliary and Howard Melnick for the poM Auxiliary president is Mrs Norman T. Levin*. Post commander is Michael Schechter [ftUITOrV/ ARINAJ SAUCE works wonders BUITONI MARINARA SAUCE -u which are glazed with colored heat-reflector glass The entire design, has high arched windows building is air conditioned. Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-32:' "YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CONSULTAN for an AFFAIR to REMEMBER BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Ben:! Tliere IS d Difference in Flower' TRY I V.'EDDINCS-BAR MITZVAHS-CARDEN PART*! BIRTHDAY ANNVERSARY & HOSPITAL BOUQUETS FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER ;**"



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Friday, October 18, 1963 Mar ^JHitzvalt +Jewish rkridi&ri Page 13-B Neil Taylor \, *rry Taylor will become I r .-..ill during services Sal-! filing, Oct. 19, concluded Isaac Hirsh Ever. v nth grade student at N8-U-I „;'„.' J lior High, where he is I „,,er of the Science Club, Neil r .eived his Hebrew educa „ on a the synagogue's Religious; School Active in all sports, the celebrant plays right field on Jun,, s Restaurant Little League uasebi team. Ml Mrs. Harry Taylor, 7960' Hawthcme Ave.. will honor the! ,..,. Uitzvah at a reception fol-j lotting he ceremony Kenneth Goldberg (ivah of Kenneth David. and Mrs. Edward Goldf be celebrated on Saturling, Oct. 19. m the main %  I v al Beth David Congre Rabbi Norman N. Shai fficiate :hth grade student at Junior High. Ken ies are raising animals shooting. His favorite nis. the ceremony, Mr Shirl< • nurse 20 yea 95th S the :.:. and w :: %  • • %  cor:. %  I Graubart, registered and electrologist for rs. with offices at 310 Surfside. reshapes irline and eyebrows ::! e 1 y scientifically -t.ngly removes unhair." She guaranil "with greatest and ease and Free consultailable, 9 a.m. to strict privacy. and Mrs. Goldberg will host the Kidiui/li.iu JUt*fta*.>litzvari 's honBrian Grossman Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Grossman, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Light and Mrs. Ida Grossman, will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct. 19. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will conduct the ceremony during services at Temple Judea Brian is an honor student in the eighth grade at West Miami Jun ior High, and plans to continue attending the Temple confirmation class. He plays the guitar and is a member of the Weslbrooke swim team. Following services, the Kiddush in honor of the celebrant will be hosted by his parents. Norman Googel On Saturday morning. Oct. 19. Norman, son of Mr and Mrs. Sim on Googel, will become Bar Mitzvah at Congregation Beth EmethYehudah Moshe Rabbi Simon \i ni ami i antor Flyman Fine will officiate. Norman is .i -indent al North Miami Beach Junior High and the congregation's Hebrew School Mr and Mrs Googel will honor their son at the Kiddush following Ihe ceremony, and hosl a dinner .•'I the Famous Restaurant in the c\ ening Robert Silvers Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate al Ihe Bar Mil/va'i o| Robert Silvers during services Saturdaj morning, Ocl 19, at Temple Beth Sholom Algiers Receives Gourmet Society Culinary Award The Algiers Hotel this week received the National Gourmet Soriety's Culinary Merit Award. The presentation was to be made by J George Frederick, president of the gourmet group, on Thursday at a gala banquet being prepared lor the ceremonies, according to, Algiers general manager. Chuck | Schlakman. "Piece de resistance" was to be Tournedos of Prime Beef Wellington, but the balance of the menu was being kept a surprise by food and beverage director. Hans Mar i use, and his staff Mircuse, who received his training on the continent and emigidted to Canada after the war and to the U.S.A. a decade ago, heads a "good, sound learn" of almost 100 cliefs, waiters, bakers, service men and others. All rolls and pastries are baked on the premises, he notes. Service, he explains, "is what I call de luxe American — with al most indh /dual cate ... special attention to medical diei requirements — a 'Contmental-UJ*. cutBine A "specialty" ithe Algiers "Prime Sirloin Steak Bouquetiere" — served on a silver platter, and surrounded by a dozen vegetables, garnished with fresh mushrooms, grilled tomatoes and other delicacies and carved at the table. "But then," explains Mareuse, "we consider all of our food as 'special' — we personally supervise every dish — leave nothing to chance." The Gourmet Society, which has held more than 150 dinners since its founding at the Hotel Astor back in 1932. selected the Algiers "alter considerable sludy," Fredci ick said. Tentative plans are undei way for a Miami Beach branch of the group, he added. The Algiers, established a decade ago on a full oceanfront block of Miami Beach, is co-hosted and owned bj Dave Levinson and Lou Kenin. Robert Silvers Marc Zackheim Tobi firltl Brian Grossman Kenneth G/oger A student in the Beth Sholom confirmation class 5725. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Silvers. 6500 No. Bay Rd. Mr. Silvers is a member of the Temple's board of directors, and Mrs. Silvers serves on the Sisterhood board. Michael Sokol Saturday morning services on Oct. 19 at Temple Judea will i iclude the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Sokol, with Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating. An eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, Michael participates in all school sport acth ities. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sokol. 1850 ^ SW 38th Ave. will host the Kiddush following services in their son's honor .Tobi Firtel i:aMitzvah of Tobi, daughter i I .Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel, will be observed al Temple Emanu-El during satin-day morning services, Oct. in. conducted b) Or Irving Lehrman. An eighth grade student at the Hebrew Academy of Gretaer Miami, Tobi plays the piano and is a member of the school choir. other interests include skating, bowling and horseback riding. Following services, a reception in honor of the Bas Mitzvah will UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ; SYMPH0HY OMHtSHU ^Z? WITZKY f mphon> No. 5 SINGLE TICKETS: $1.75 M $4.30 Tickets at UM S|B. Off. ." 1-W: Mian, Bran •., IE 1-M77; 1'aM Countr •"• HI CI?!.'; Mil#iit'J H Mian. EH 4-3UI; *HI MMIC HOUM ,1 Cnal Cables. Ml ttttli N)nta.i r MMM1 S[PS it DaMla.i* ISJrS St Splint CuttiS. *0 S-JS41. be held in the patio of the Ternor. Saturday evening will honor pie. the celebrant Kenneth Gloger Rabbi Max A. Lipshitz, spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congregation, \\ill officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth Ginger on Sat urday morning, Oct. 19. Kenneth is in the eighth grade at North Miami Beach Junior High. Interested in all sports, his favorites are baseball and fishing. A reception at the Algiers Hotel Mark Allen Zackheim Marc Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs i Seymour Zackheim, 680 NE 172nd Ter., will observe his Bar MitzI vah on Saturday morning, Oct. 19, ; £>t Beth Torah Synagogue, Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate. An eighth grade student at North Miami Beach Junior High -t hool, Marc collects foreign coins and stamps. He plans to continue his religious education. DOS RACING EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY NO MINORS "DOGrfiACKC/feWs? SEPT. 17-JAN. 1 The ctu/ro&ot f3uWe to Lji ijne ACM&n Aunte 3oAN LilTLrWOOOS V eS JttMl SCa -WTTImnTW i,: n 0 U'lllc Open 6 45 2,000 GOOD SEATS AT $3.00 tax incl. FRED WARING AND HIS PENNSYLVANIANS IN PERSON — ALL NEW SHOW "THE MAGIC OF MUSIC" ONE NIGHT TUES.. 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Page 14-B +Jeistrk>rkltori Friday, October 18, 1963 RUCG/ERO WCCI UM Orchestra, Ricci to Open Season Sunday The University of Miami Symony Orchestra opens its 37th ason, the fifth under the direc: .n of Fabien Sevitzky, on Sun. y night at Miami Beach Audiium The internationally-known %  ilinist Ruggiero Ricci will be attired guesl soloist. The con rt, dedicated to the United Nans, will he repeated at Dade unty Auditorium on Mondaj ght. Ceremonies commemorating the h anniversary oi the founding .the United Nations will be held both auditoriums. Miami Beach luncilman Robert Turchin will roduce Dr. Mose L. Harvey, a ember of the United States Pertinent of State policy planning mnussion. who will give a briei Ik at the Sunday dedication etro Commissioner Chuck Hall i .11 introduce Dr. Harvey at the inday performance. In conjunction with the cele: ration of United Nations Week -om Oct. 20 to 26, Dr. Sovitiy :ommissiored the Italian com:oser, Renio Rosellini, to write a -ew work especially dedicated o the UN. Entitled "Ut Unum fin*" ("That They May be On*"), the work will receive its 'Ofld premiere performance un:er the baton of Dr. Sevitxky at nit concert. The Rosellini romposition is an interpretation i music of the last words utered by Pope John XXIII just efore his death. Other selections to be heard on •_• program include the BeethovLeonore Overture No. 3. the ~ .haikovsky Symphony No. 5. and Kupat Holim Unit To Hear Report On African Lands Rahbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader ot Temple Beth Sholom. and co-chairman of the Business ard Professional Council of Kupat Holim. announced plans for a reception to honor Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers next Wednesday evening at the Fontainbleau Hotel. Mr and Mrs. Meyers will report on their recent visit to the newly-emerged countries in Africa, where they met with people who 'iad attended courses at the Afro\fian Institute in Tel Aviv under he auspices of the Hlstadrut. A musical program will be ottered by Mi.-s Carol Donn. coloraura soprano, accompanied by Miss Esther Barnett. Mrs Meyers is chairman of the Business and Professional Council I'mKupat Holim. Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians will be appearing in person at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Tuesday night, Oct. 22, in an allnew show, "The Magic of Music," featuring a company oi more than 40 musicians and singers. S. Jay Levey Dead at Age 76 Eighteen years ol fighting Parkinson's Disease and trying with his wife, Mrs Jeanne Levey, to find ili' cause and perhaps a cure lor the dease came to an end for 3 Jay Levey on Oct. 9. Seventy-six at the time of his] death, Mr Levey and his wife' established the National Parkin sun Foundation in their own home In 1957. Their devotion to fighting the incurable disease for others with Parkinson, as well as for Levey, resulted last year in the establishment of the first permanent clinic and research foundation near Jackson Memorial Hospital. For her efforts, MrLevey received the women's "Outstanding Citizen's Award in Dade County" this year. Until his retirement, Mr. Levey had been the owner of Beck Lee Corp., manufacturers of cardiograph machines in Chicago. He lived with his wife at 9764 W. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor Islands. in addition to his wife Jeanne, he is survived by two sons. Ralph and Jack, of Los Angeles. Services were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Free Loan Group To Open Season Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will hold its first meeting of the new season on Sunday night, 7:30 p.m., at Washing ton Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ave. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation, will be guest speaker Musical program will feature Miss Betty Wales, soprano, and Rudy Baum. accompanist on the accordion. The Free Loan Association, dedicated to lending money interest free to needy Miamians. is embarking on its 15th year of activity here, according to Isadore Schwarts, president. Rabbi Lowy to Speak First seminar of the adult education program at Temple Sinai will begin Oct. 21. 830 p.m.. and continue on successive Monday evenings to Nov. 18. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowry will conduct the first lecture on the topic. "The I'nion Prayerbooks: Their History and Development Menorah Men's Club Temple Menorah Men's Club is sponsoring a "Celebrity Nile" in the Temple's Social Hall on Sunday at 8 p m. Entertainment will feature Patsy Abbott and bar company, and admission will be jayment of current Men's Club dues. s the Sibelius Concerto for Violin end Orchestra, to be performed by j Ricci. Three decades have passed since violinist Ricci catapulted into] fame as a boy of eight, acclaimed I "the greatest musical genius | since Mozart." Now an interna-1 tionally-reiunvned artist in his j prime. Ricci has successfully crossed the treacherous seas of one of the most spectacular child prodigy careers to become, in the opinion of The New York Times, "an undisputed master." Women's Leader Passes Away A charter member of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Stella Hantman. died Oct. 9 at the age of 76. Mrs. Hantman came here 22 years ago from Mt. Vcrnon. O., and lived at 340 Biscayne Blvd. Other organizations in which Mrs. Hantman was active were Auxiliary of Children's Cardiac Hospital and Eastern Star, and she was a member of Temple Islael and life member of Jewish Home for the Aged. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ruth H. Gross; a son, Joseph; and three grandchildren. Services were held Oct. 11 in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Douglas Rd. MOSER. IrvlB "-"• N1: l661n ,i | i, • Kivt-i aide. SERVER. Samuel. S3, ot %  %  •* Bounty x \. died Ocl ii HI vi STEINMAN. i m, .ii 6*. I M Service* iii Toledo. •'. Newman KETTLEMAN. M rrl • % %  < >"l >*" ..; I, si ttleil Ocl %  • Itordon PIETSCH. Rudolf, :•''. ••< *" Blarrlti I >. N. \\ in., II ROS.NSON. William. TT of MSu Colllnx Ave., died i I %  • Uordon TRIGG. Edward, % %  •. ol T'-i Hallanrtnl.' Beach Blvd., Mlrumar, died i i T Ulvemidi FRIEDMAN. Kali, v Abbott A vi dli 'I > '••< I! Ilvi i wide JAFFE. Michael, IV % %  < !" %  NB 178th Tel died "• t. IS. Klvi ralde LEW. MiLillian. ''.". •>! 73J • %  •" Ti i died •. -i 1-Rlvi ml le NEWMAN. i... MI-. 6.1, ..r I71S:I Coilln* Ave. tirrvlcea in Rocheeier, N.Y. Itixeraldi SPECTOR. N'.iih. 7'.'. "f II'' ramiio Ave Hervli M In Boston Uordon. ARONOWIT2. Harry, 10, of JS83 Haidlna Ave died >• t II. lUvel • di FINEGOLD, Mrs. Hannah. 67, "f ISM r..liliis Ave., died i-t. • Rlveraldo. LOSMAN. Max. 76, .if !1* llcean l>r.. dli i I rl. II. RfverHlde JAKALOW. Mrs Y.-ll.i. 18, of HI'S Ocean Dr. Bwrvlcea In Sew York. l'.i\er*lde. RUBIN. William. 7S, of 1 ••! 7 Jeff.-r•-..II Ave, Herrkrea in Chk'ugu. Itlveraldc. COHEN. Jenklna K M, ol 1"~'Kl.ml.-iBlvd., Ki n.I.ill. .li..,1 i'. t 1". I HEWITT. Mrs Anna It ol Hay It.irbor Island*, died Oct. ;•. Riveralde. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 3C 1098* Mr.l'.CKDKS del CARMEN I lir.SNKIMi, plaintiff. MANUEL-A PRBSOfROO, I l.r.nilalll. NOTICE OF PUBLICAT.ON I ( •: Mann, I A I'r.-n.-,! %  • Centra Com -n >..! vi m I ,., .il :'i Carrara 19 • ntn 10 liatado l.aia. |'.ari|uisimeli... \ en< IUI l.i VOL", MAM'I.IA. IKi:lll -. in |. v.l. n. • '• nil • Pollli I \-. nel II la, !% %  •-•SI %  "" ra 19 ei :•.,! v Jl, Batadu l..n.i. Bai Inv I v n, /.n. la, are required lo fi %  • i ,,, swer to Hi. complnlnl for %  with the I'l.ik ..i the abovi I i ,.,i H, rvi n op> theieol upoi |< SKORKTTI, All..i in >. '.'I' 1 H < erena ItulldlnR, il S.E 2nd Avi Miami, 1 lorlda, on or befon II • ,,. |V ,.i Suvember, r--'. i laini ill be i .1-. a* • onfi 1 I, ted this 11tli dn> "f "• i"'" r, i: |1 UBATHKK.MAN Cli k "f the i'ii. "It I '<> irl 11., |e i 'ounly, I'l. rlda iwal) Bj •' l' COPKI.ANII |i,i.ii\ I'lerk 1" 155 II l-< WEINSTEIN HARRIS. I'l.-lip O SO, of ll"l Blarriiz I n.. .1 .1 let, I".' Rlvemldi AUERBACH, Pre*, I.', -I !1 K-;...n„la Way, died Oct. I I Rtven lib FELDMAN. MrBather K. of 131 N. Meridian Av,.. ,11. d Oct. II. Rlv.ri-i.lABRAHAM, aire B7, "f s\v 18th Ht., ii •••! i>-'i IS. !!•' • iino here _:'. year*, aso frmn Brooklyn. Sueliving are rwo daUKhiera. Mra, i'.Ha S,. K al an.I Mrs Ida Ueltaer; neven grandchildren and fnur ptn-ai -arandchll'lren. all > %  < Miami. Servleei wer* held n-'i. II at Oordon Far. i.il Homt with Intiiineiit ill Mt Sinai i\-nietery. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADL COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10944 THE \VII.I.IAMSI:|'UI;II SAVIN'!* BANK, Plaintiff, ra IMENIOI i NU'ASPHI i, .. lnRta man. I i.f.nilant. NOTICE OF SUIT iii Domealoo Hlcaatro, a ilngli man 106 I'mvrr Road Pawtuckat, Rhode laland V,.ii inv h.-r.-hv notified thai II ihova oaptlonod action ha* been h -iiint.d aaalnat you In ih* Cl Court mortgage m>n '"• %  following deacrtbed real property: 1,., ..;. Block -.1 CORAL I'AKK I.STATB8 BBCTION %  aecordhgt the TUi'i thereof, recorded in iTtol Book •• at !'•• 94 of IhJ I Kecorda ••< Dade County, FTorkui V.III are required W file >.>ur m.i I,, plalntura oomplalni ith %  Clerk "f th.. atoragBM Court, % % %  s,i\. a copy thereof noon plaintiff attorney MARTIN KINK, mil i Dade Kaderal llulldint. Miami -• i'l...ala. n.it altar than rJpvemoer i I to, or a Decree Pro Confeaag will u> entered agalaat you, DATED: October l ft I9-. I It I.KATI1KHMAS I'lnk of 11" 111. all Court Is.all By: K M l-YMAN Deputy Clerk MARTIN PINE Attorney for Plaintiff lllh Moor Dgdo l',l,:..l Bld| Miami M. Florida HEAR Jacob Schachter Play Your Favorite Yiddish Music MON.-FRI. 11 A.M.-12 NOON & SUN. 3:15-4:15 P.M. 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Friday. October 18, 1963 ••, JIFH##' MMrM f m.*! Page 15-2 LEGAL NOTICE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVeNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. .N CHANCERY No. 6'C 1C581 %  i >.\!siin>;ii' %  1 A l\ .:' ., \ I:.-I I \'. J( HINSl IN, el n\, END D NOTICE OF SUIT LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW N'M'I.'K is HEREBY 1HVKN llml Marshal JohnKon and i lohnxon, Ml Ife, i \\ on le \ n< s. I u tie Hi Ights, Illinois In li] i. tlfi i tJi;it the ni .1 ... i |i ii ii.i.i" n insti,,i yi i In I he Che MI i ...n i I.I. • n ii Judicial 'ircull ni ml lor Uade Count] lo ., ,,..i i &age upon i...!..." Ibi il I'll |iro|i MV: VlVH li.E ''.Hi >VE ItiN, lee rdlng to the lit'i f, I m Plal B < • ran* H'e l*Ubllc K. i ui dn ;, i '..mi,.!. Plorl ia, togi he, 11, ----.. %  11 i >l8|MMal; Hotpolni i lot|M>lnt civ. II A iluii Win Un Blinds; ml i • • ^. in & Spray and Shi w ,r Ikiors. I ii, pqulred to file > our an..ins: 11' complaint with r* ol I ii.il"i. >.in l ourti ami i,,. ,i op) ui i upon plalnl Iff's M VRTIN hINE, llth I i ; Building, M II it, thin .Ni'M'iiiii, r iB, i >. I 'i i. i 'onfeaao w ill be .IL.' H-1 ) OU. Ii; „ !.,i„ r 1". 1!";:: B r. I.I: VTHKRMAN • 'IBI k ol I In Circuit Court It} : K. M. I.YMA.N I leput} '"i. I K s IIM: .. foi I'lalntlff r i ladi i'. ui ral P.ldir. il i l" 18-25, II l-i .i K S H *0". Ml i ui, P.orld i Int. n,,-., il rianii Ida. li II i.. .-ii ,.\ Sole i iw II. i.i's.-i.i.:: A i,.ms AH.. i II, H i.,r .vpplh II.I ISllS >. u IHI ." 11. 10 PI II 1-8 ,i ,1. ,\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ,\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60998-B -'• • %  i i.\ titi) CHARLES KESSLER ., i.i.1 I.NAKU C. KK&MUSR NOTICE TO CREDITORS torn and All Person! Hav: i %  • .ii.in.i.Against Said hoi. bj notified and n M '.: .III> hums or dil li you may have against i LEONARD ill. II.I.I. > It %  .• • .. ui late ". Uade Ida. lu the County Judge* i und ill.' tin same In ., pro* i.i. d In Section rioriua Statutes, In their 01•:.' fount} Courthouse In •.. i .i-i Ida, iilnn sis i ai* %  < %  :.u .in the time of the iblli.,' ion hi reof, or the Mm,' : %  I si Miami, Florida, ihiitith %  I el, \ I •. IStil. ft A I ii.li. kESSLKR A ':.' i i: 11 \ publ %  .ii. II of this notice on day %  •: %  .; % %  i. IU63, IT M III IIWSIN %  i • i i:\i1111 \ %  \ ilia :;. na. 1" %  >-... 11 l-'v NOTICE UNDER FIC 1 I n,Uo NMME LAW NOTII ,. i.HEREBY OIVEN thai nu uiiu, ,slguea, ... siring to i ng "' '" "... I..IUU1 II, 1 '" % %  lll; i.-'i: ..I %  '". .N Royal Poln' %  Hi M il .-in im.-, loa iiii.ii ,s i., i ,JI>I •III' II II. ol III) County, I-,. ,..... U II.,.,.-. ||. SI'l; \ vVSKH sole %  ,.., KESSLKH \ ,, n ta -Vii. .in, ys foi Appiii .mi % % % % %  h.W Ii-s btn el 1". IV-:.".. 11/1-8 -., Ml n ..ii r II.I vv nil |.„ ., LEGAL NOTICF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T H E~~ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCOIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 03C 10538 • 'ii.i.i.\Akm-finm~ SA\ INKS II \ \i, Plain \ 111 'M Vh A. PATRICK el it 11. !V, NOTICE OF SUIT 1 Astoi R. i '..IIII .in | lieati e v Carlson, his w Ife, 11 11, 2nd Avenue uror .. Illinois ,'""' • hei notified that captloned action hax liven In%  i %  I : you in the Circuit Klevi nth Judicial circuit % %  < i i in and for Dade < 'ounty to foreclosi •' mortgage upon the follow"-• di.-. i ibi 'i i. al propel i\ I...i I.;. H ... K I SCI ITT I. VKE MANOR, si:. Tli..\ MM:, according to the Plal ill. i. .'i. i. col [ .1 In Plat Kook LEGAL NOTICE I lie IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 1.9616A IN UK: i:-;.n. %  • NfAK-V l.i.i/ \|!1-:TII MATtZAMK, I '• eased. NOT CE TO CREDITORS i' vi I n diti i ..mi All Pi rson Hnv' 'ii"• man Aaain n Said Kstati : V' 'i .in i ii ii ,,r <..,„ are h' n by notified • ii.i required to present any claims and demands which you, ui either of yoi ay it IN.agauist the Eetate • %  < MARY i:i.l/.\l!i;'ril MARK tN i:. i ... ., d, I..;, of Uade "ountj, K.orida, to the honorable Ju it • i "i the i Niunt) Judgi .-' Court, I ladi ounty, l-'l.'i Ida, and lo rile tin ; 1" tin 'li 'ounty .hiilc s' In : Hi.Uade County Courthouse, Miami. Miiiiin -^ calendar monthv i"."i tin date of the rlrsl publli atlon hereof. Said claims or denial ; contain the I. tal nddi ess ol tin claim :HII .ui l in i.. .-.\-i in ii, iimi presented .it Page iu of the I" iblli Is "i liade County, hlorlda. las aforesaid, ,„ same ill be barred her withi Suburban lias Wall RICHARU I). MARS5ANK .. Richard M. Sepier, t&iq. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! "Jeni*^ fkrSdlfairi %  oli-.its your legal notices Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Diai FR 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN PROBATE No. 60432-A IN RK: Estate ..f JAO 'i: S' 111:1:11:1:1; I'. ceasi .1 NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PKKSONS INTKRESTEP IN I UK KM'CrK tip SAID I ilTKUKVi'. Von are hereby notified that %  written Instrument iiuriMiriuos me last will and ,. .-.am. in of said dacedent has been admitted '•• probate in said Court. You an h< n by commanded within -i\ calenuar inontns irom ;l date ..f Hi.first publication of ''inoi • in i|.|" .uin said 1 '"mi and sliiiw cause, If any you can wh> U11 ai lion "i said Court in admitting -.ml win to probate should not maud unrevoked. W I' ISLANTON County Judge By: I.i >ls r. r.\.-.|, .KFII:I.|I Clerk Kn-t i.ni.li. nil..!, of tinnotice "ii the IMII iia< ..r 11.-I..I.. r. i;..,.: l"i:i:ii BOTTS, Attorney -11 Security T 1 ust Uldg, 111 Easi riagler Miami .;., i„., 1,,.. l" :••:',. 11 1 -v Typi in. n S.iliiu-li.in 1 I nil Model Reft Igeratnr lllinds Pal's S3W-1 I'X No S.'ii in.I-.-, 6-118; llurnei HiSurface ;il No. .'..'_•::; Hotpolni No. 121(139: Venetian Water 11. .11.1 Model Ml. I 'I.Ill< •" %  III. will 36139 HI BI • 1 • u' Ired i" file your an1 lo i.i.urn ins complaint with the k ..I in. aforesanl Court, and .1 coiiy thereof upon plaintiff's rney MARTIN PINE, 111)1 Ki.mr. Uade rederal Building, Miami 82, ii.,i i.i.-i not later than 5>o> mi,. 1 IP63, or a 1 • %  %  % %  • Pro Confi sso be entered aanlnst you. I IATEI I: 1 ', ;..l„'i 1. 1963 E. B, I. i:\TIIKH.\IA\ Clerk ,.r the 1 'Ircull 1 'oui 1 (seal) iiy: c. i' MI i: 1. AN 11 1 '• inn> Clerk M \RTIN FINK Attorney (or Plainilrr 1 ah Floor I lade Pederal llldg. Miami 32, Plorida In 1-11-18-2 Hlali .ii 1' ive Hlaleah, Plorida As K\i ,-..I,.,' ..1 ,11,. b„| ,1,. Mart Elisabeth Ma 1 lane I RICHARD M. KEPI.ER Attm n. v for Bstati I"" Hlaleah Hrlvi Hialeab, Plorida 9 27, I" l-ll-lg NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVBN tli.it the undersigned, desiring to engage in business uinn-i Hie flctlttous name of I'AUItTTu 1 AltMEBS MAUKET A: Ai'Ti'iN .it ;-n N.W. luSrd Bt., Hlaleah Ouslens, Pla., Intends t,. r .i;.1.1 nun.' with tli. ('1. rk of the Circuit Court of Uade County, blurIda. PALMETTO FARMER'S MARKET, INC 11 Kia Corp 1 .-"liiiiiiii-iWAI.TM.W. COHEN A ROBERTS Aiioin. ys for Applicant l" 11 -1 ^-.T.. 11 1 1 i\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61047.C -• ... .., SKINS. K COHEN I .1 NOI ICE TO CREDITORS 1 '"redd a, 1 All P. raons II.iv %  in.urn.Against staid notified and re%  • any 1 lalms or de 5 1* have strains! Ji.'NKI.Sh K CtlllUN Hath ''"iint., li.., mi Judges of I .1.1. Ihe KUIlle 111 duplided in Section 733.16, in Hi.-Ir offlci II, "ii-' in I hide 1 oiin: .li mi. II months lh( first publli atlon • 111 be barri 1 1 01 Ida, in lath |i \N w COHEN >N It VPLAN 11 K\ii utors • thli • 1..1.. r, 1 I 11 & 1 nan i man %  %  10.If NTV IUDOE'6 COURT r-OR DADE COUNTY, r"^ iM PROBATE a KI-B )N 10 MAKE • D T RIBUTION IAI O bt HARGE 11 %  I'IN.II His%  at< ol ,.| thai .ui mbi r, i:.i:.:. will '' tble C mt) .luiic.I n Ida, foi approval rid i.,i dlstrlbu1 %  • ;.s Exe, u the above nami 1 d< I6'h day ,.1 October, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE No. 60123-A IN RK Estate of WIPHiA KL'SHELEVHKV, I i a.---,1. NO11CE TO CREDITORS I',. All Creditors and All Persons II.ninu Claims 01 1 ii in.i.,,1Against staid i:.-lali : V.,11 .11 .• Ii. I-. bj notified and 1 • %  inn .-I in pn -. i.i any cluiuis and demands wlniii you may have agalnsl Hi.estate ol Si li'HIA KI .-111.1.1 :\.K V deceased lati 1 Dade ''ounty. 1 101 ni.. ... 1 in 1 ounty .111.1 i.. 01 1,.,,,. County, .mil file thi same In duplicate %  mil ...pro\ 1 ;. 1 11 .-;. ctlon 733.16, I ."i HI. 1 ,-.:il ales, :n ill. 11 ..Hi, 11, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKBi U1VEN that Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nu 1 riu Wedding Shoppe; The Bridal I'.uii; Welcome Bride al 3614 Coral way, Miami Intends to register said with the Clerk of the Circuit •if Dade County. Florida. MARIAN K-REEPIELU B0I1 Owner 10, 18-2.1, II l-s name Court III) 1 :inl \ 1 t hoUS) ill 1 sdi 1 "in ly, hirl H. lliiii \ sleiii 1 months ii". 11 Hi, 11m. ,.i the 1 -1 llloll I'.-i • of, "I 1 lo -.,111, .1 ill In barn ,1 1 >ali .1 .11 Vi ..'ii I'lorlil.i this ntli nolle ia ) "I 1 1,-tol \. I > l'u;.;. H ..: 1.1. v tl KI SHEL As Exe< utor 1 %  publics 1 oi ibinot 1 1 Hi. IMh ... ( of 11. mbi 1 IIENHI NiiKI'nN titoi 11. \ for Ex Biscay in 1 lldg 1 Is I I l-x IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9479 ID'I.I.AR S.W l\i:s BANK OP 1IIK I'ITY n|' M-:\V VMKK Plaintiff VS. DOUGLAS it. 1:1:1.l„ ,t in, el al. 11, feu. la nt NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Plret and Merchants National Hank Newport Mews, Virginia Toil are hereby notified that the ahove captlonad notion has been Instituted against you In the circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial (.'Ircull of Plorida In ami f..r Dade County t" foreclose 11 mortgage IUHMI the following di scribed real property: Lot 17 in Block :'ii SCOTT LAKE MANOR, SECTION 1 %  Hi:, ai-cording to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plal Book HI .11 Page *-' nf the labile Records of Hade County, Plorida. You are retiulred to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve .' ropy thereol upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN I INK, IIIM Floor, I '.ol, Pi deral RltlldlnR-, Miami Plorida not later than November 5th, 1963, Or .1 He, 'lee I'lo I ', .111. ..,) will bi niI'.'-I ags insl you. DATKI': 1 ', toll, r 1. i:. B. LE.VTHERMAN Clerk of tli. Circuit 1 'oui t (seal) Hi ; C. P. COPELAND 1 leputy Cli rk M VRTIN PINK Attorney for Plalnl 1 1 III. 1-1 — tHade F '.al llldg. Miami '-'. 1 loi i'la I 10/4-11-18-2," IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH^ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU:T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 63C 9350 DOLLAR KAVINOS BANK OP THE CITY op \;:\\ VMI:K Plaintiff, \ s. I -1111.11 • BERNARD HEAGNEV and MRHINIA \ HEAONEY, his wife, I iiii mill nts. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Phllln Bern trd Heagm 1 ami Virginia A. Heagney ,hls w ife, :i7", Warri 11 Avenue 11.in ii.... 11.. New York You are hereby notified that tht above cautioned action has ben insil tiit.il iigainsi you in the Circuit Court of the KI. 1,nth Judicial Circuit of Plorida in ami for Dade County t. foteclose .1 1 'tgage upon the following di -, 1 ili. il real 1 ropi rl | lot 1 Block 76 SECOND AI>I>1TI"\ l" CAROL CITY, nccordlng to the l'i-'' th I recorded In Plal Hook 1... al Page is of the Public Rec rdj of Hade County, Plorida, togethei 11 mi a ': 1: ;.II inn:, Disposal PAJJHR; ti.E, Refrlguyator LW-11; \ 11. ti.,11 III nu-, tS.E. 'li. n and Rnnae .1-'.:.:. and J-S07 (B in). Tl-.IV. r-e Rods. You are required t,> til.your answei to phiintirrs complaint Mini the Clerl of Hi. aforesaid Court, and serve ; • |ii til, reof ii|,oll UUtllltirri attorn, MARTIN KINK, llth H %  Dade Fed. nal Building, Miami 32, Plorida not rater than 1 Kt r loth, IMS, or a I '••! •'.' I'lo I'oli..-.,,. ill lie ent.r. :i-.nn-t you. DATED: September 23, IM1 K. I: LUATHERM \.v. • I.i i, ,,f Hi. Circuit 1 'ouit (seal) 1:1 : c P. COPELAND Deputy I'l.ik MARTIN KINK Attorney for Plaintiff I lib Plo..r Hole K. .1. 1.1I llldg, Miami 12, h'.orlda s %  :. I" i-11-it NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Ni (TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN the 1111,1. signed, desirinR to engi business under the fictitious n EL I" IRAI •'' AI'TS at 1015 N I 163rd St 1 • et, No. Miami I leai '. intend to registi 1 said name u %  1 'li 1 i. of the Clr< nit Court ,,: County, Florida. ABRAHAM SAMET ANNIE SAMET 1:., '1 Me. Myers, Helman, Kaplan .N: Catsman AIL, 1 a,-, s for Appllc mt : i .11 S.W. IM si Miami 10 I-' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the undi gned, desiring t>, engi -*• buslnesM under the fictitious na STANLEY MELBA ASSOCIATE; '.••ul Collins Avenue, Miami Bei 1 KI,, 1 i,la intends t,, reglatei -.ii.i with ili. 1 'i. 1 ,< : 1 in1 n, uit 1.1 1 lade 1 'ounty, Floi Ida. IKINNET-MELB t-li:i.l, \. < ASSOCIATES, INC. MILT' IN A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 1111 A Insl. 1 Bldg. Miami, 1 lorlda I.I 1-"-: NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the in". 1 -H.111 n, 11. -1. ing to ens business under the fictitious ns CORAL UllH',!-: ACTS, at ^:. S \\ 7th Street, Miami, Plorida intent!I register -aid name v.lih the Clers the Circuit Court "f Dade O Plorida. CARBO ENTERPRISES. INC :t 1-101 Ida 1 "i iioratlon II. ROBERT KOI.T.N'MW AtsOJ in y for CARBu ENTERPRISES, INC. inn iiimawie Building Miami, Plorida :' L'T, 1" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9044 THE WII.I.IAMSKl |;,;|| S.W'IN'os HANK I'lalntlff vs. %  I M "K I'. MA YES .111.1 VKI.UA %  I MAYES, hi.til,,., Di I. ml..in NOTICE OF SUIT T< >: Jack I • May. and Velina .1. Mai.-.-. Ins 11 ii',-. Residenci I'nknown and if remarried, their 1111l.noiin spouses, 11 linnami ir dead, 1 be unknown heirs, devlssiglli NOTICE UNDFR FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Nl M'li I: IS HEREBY I IM UN I ha I %  1 VTIKA r 1 1:\ VL SER VICE ui \\ t. MI. p 11 Clerk of I J \t'K BARN lilt M MIVIN Esi| %  .lack Bui and \ M Bi 1. :• • in i-ii %  1 u Vdmln• 11 \ N VTIONAL HANK 'I MIAMI %  nald It. Thompson %  • I I. ill .,: ,| l Mil,, I Vtloriu 1 ,.f .\ 1 .,1-111., a MIAMI B2ACH I" is.2.1 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKN thai tin undi -ii. l. desli 111^ i" engage In business undet to, flctiifoua names ii MA.n ii: li is and of SMITH 0 \s ..' •.;::H IV '.-' li Terru'ci I'. %  mi, n,l Ieglstei -., '1 n.1 mi with the clerk ol the fjkrull Couri of I 'ail, 1 '"inn 1 Kloi ul.i I'I 'Mi:V IAH 'M PANY • a rin 1 'orp 1 \ n.ii. .1: s : Ith, Pi es. I'llll.ll' HI.OM.M I li in.in. Ivapll n 6 il man Attorney for Appln %  1 in 111 • MIAMI BEACH 100 COPIES Sl.>!> E DUPLICATE ANYTHING! From one copy to thousands by Xerography and Photo Offset. WHILE YOU WAIT! 42o.. COPY SE RVICE OF MIAMI BEACH K.1 COlN MALl *00M 102 GROUND F100R 10BBY JE 8-4482 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE F.LEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C-8707 (Vann) 1 Ft. OLEASI IN, .IK .1Admin lor ol Vi • ins Vffairs, an 1 Ifficei ,,f 1 he 1 mt, ,1 stat. nl lie.-i-i. a, and n such "fi ice, .111.1 Innr 1 heir assigns, Plain CHARLES I. KVEItS, .11: 1 •. : %  11 lanti NOTICE OF SUIT Til CHARLES' I. KVERS, .III ETT V MAE EVERS %  YOI \Ki: HEREBY Nl .1 -., H 1; 1 1: \ \ 1 1 .ni \ .,. .•. ,1 i: %  • and his or their a ln %  .1 i", 1"gage' 1 .. %  ',..,'. in^ ,1. scrlhi %  %  Lot 13, in U ill:.I" \ I HUTU 'N 'I'I 1 CAROL i I' V ordlng to the plai t h. eof, as recoi ded In BiHik '.". ..' %  "'. of ihe 11 il'ii. 1, .ords ol I i.oi' '' %  .' ly, l-'io. Ida; ami >on are reqiili'iitl io file your anI ivi 11 ii the 1 'i.i k of the ircull 1 'oui 1 "' 1' • '' inty, Kloi Ida, -it Ihe c 'oui' ii. -, in Nliainl, 1 1 Ida. or befoi %  1. inii.i .;I-I. :. • .1 1 %  11. .1 npj of .11 ii .i-i-u %  pi m 11 \ 1 lltH HEI MAN, KAPLAN A I'ATSMAN. I Plalnl fl attorneys, whose address Is I Eli v< n Klftj Bit oil, :. llSu s w 1 • Streel, Miami • %  1 1 in hi bi fori -aid date, -I---I'll %  I 1.1 the laws of l-'ioriiiii. ii 1 ..II fail to do so, 1 he complaint 11 III bi 1 Hi. 11 as • "i fpssi .1 by ,.,i and 1 1 '< 1 11,1 1 '..ni. --., Mill %  he in. 1, ,1 gains! you for the n lief ii.i,', 1 11 ili,. coinplulnt. 1 \ il.l 1 this 21th ilai of September, K. i: I.I-: ITHERM IN I'll 11.1 1 i rids ill Bj-: C P. COI 'ELAND 1'. .. 1 i'i, 11, Myers, li, Iman, Kapln n ,v Cati 1: illdlna : ; .11 s \\ PI -1 .-'i 1. ,t Mil 16, Kin. "ia 1 :• -'7. i" )-li-is • L' I I 11 1 .1 editors, ti u-t. es or "tli ants claiming by, through, iimlei or agali si any -f the above nann ii .i.i. ndunts ho are deCl .1-. .1. Vou ." %  hereby notified that the above cup tinned action has been Instituted against yon In the Circuit 1 ..mi of th. Eh< nth .ladi. lal Circuit ol K,i Ids in and for 11 nle 1 'ounty t" foreclose a nioi tgime upon the follow lug desi : ibi ,1 1 ,-."i 1 I"t I. 1: ,, u 1.:. I-IM-: TREE MANOR, SECTli IN 1 111:1:1: ,,, ,- HEREBY OIVEN II the undersigned, '...-iiins to engi business under the fictitious ni 1:11:1.1. REALTY ''"HP. d Ia nr BILL APTS. at bOl-MS Michigan I • .Miami Beach, Pla., Intends to reg -'• -a -I name .1 ith the 1'lerk of th< -nil Court of Hade County, PI01 KI Hll.l. KKAI.I'Y 11 'KI'. Kniiin Smucklor, l'i,-. sole mi n. 1 I.K< IN A. EPSTEIN in. : 11,1 foi owner • %  27. m t--'-NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thi the undersigned, desiring t--i bualnesa under the fictitious %  %  SKLBY Slli'K .-Al.'i.N al i2i I.. 1: ad Mall, Miami Hi ai li 19, l-1. t. mi.t,, reglstei .-.ml name wi < ': %  rk .-1 the Circuit Com t of County. Florida LEE-31 1. INC., a l'l"i Ida Sole I'M ll.T III ."'-. PAl'L KW1TNEY l.iimAtloriK .'. '• I.. %  Jo I2U Lincoln Rcl MI111 Inc. nl Beach S9 in 1-;:IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF FLOR DA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCED No 63C 9904 (John J. Kehoe) SCZ X.N.NI: i.AM'i and CARL4 > l.ANi'i. li. 1 husband, 'III Is. 1 Ri HIKRT 1: BRi IWX and NOTI. E UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW N'H'1'i: is HEREBY OIVBN thai Ihi ninieiBimi. ,i. rl oalri n g to etnragi In l.ti-in,'limit-1 tinH.iitioiis mini.,,f Pi BUT ri,\, i-; i-i 11,.ni,1, ,,, i'i],, \V. 4th Ai. nn. Hlaleah Intends : register -., ,1 nann tli thi 1 'li thi i'i. in 1'.. n-i ..I 1 i.ni,. Couiitv. %  I Rl 'I'llV W l:i.|i. INC. 9 27, III I-11-1S NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai tin Mini. %  -.-.-n, .1 di |ns I.. ..'.. % %  PI %  l.ll-ill. -.s ill 1 %  h 11. Hi ,, ;. ,, SIN 1 1 ISIII;-|'|I s ,v HKAI'Ti 'ins •" >-" % %  N K I6.lrd h 1. N" Miami ''• ch mt, mig lsf 1 said in in. 11 ,tli thi 1 'I. rk nl 1 in Clrcull c 1 Uade County, Plorida -1 N RK A 1 ry .v BARBER SI PPLY .'. 1 IN,' 1A I-1.1 Co i' 1 1". KM [-ti i\s:.::i: \ I'E BRi >\\ N Ills %  I ,, 1. n.l AMENDED NOT.CE OF SUIT 1 .'.'. \ .1 I MON :.'• %  -\l N. 1 who I. BRi iVVN and BROWN, hi ling 111— -I a 1 %  .. • %  %  Yi 'i t;:,-: H Kit Kin KOTIl I hs %  11 ignlnsi 1 .-I /. I NN 1: I. \.N i| 1 \ ., .. I l \ ni ti i .. ,. I', .1 .11 I he follow ,n 111. 1,.-11 11 1 ..'• 7, In Block '.. of PIN 1 VRK EXTENSION, 11 1 in Plal ili. reof, 1 ecorded In Pli Bool 11 Page :•!. ol th. Publl • 1"i 1 lade < 'ounty. blorida. % %  'i ) "i %  r, ,|in', ,i to servi %  t youi a natvei to \ n. 1, 1 plalnl upon the Plaintiffs attori I'RKU ANH NEW MAN. >"'. Us ; i'..l ml 1 dli Mlitnil 12, Plo fill Ihi mill nal ..ii... m • %  • %  j" ili. Clerk "f Hi I'II' nit "urt I >.l i. 1 '., 1 1 ',. :• I I 1 Ida, on 01 n. foi. ii,, :M!I day %  • %  I" I ". I III "II I.Ill I 1 Pro Confcmto 11 ill be %  • • nI i.-n fi 1 thi i ii%  di In the \ 1, %  plalnl Hat, 1 tin' "i .-. E. i: I.K VTHERMAN I'I ii of the 1 'ii.tiit 1 'oui t I lade '"inn .. i-'i, 1 |da tseal) Hi K. M i.v.M \N I'. ,ui 1 1 ii rl. PREP S S'E M I N %  >" %  %  1 '.1 %  il Uu'lding 1 .1 %  1.1 :• %  ::. it



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Pcce 16-B f(mi*t ThriH^r Friday. October 19 UNDER THE STRICT SUPERVISION OF RAID TIIOR H. STERN PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY OCTOBER 18th i 8 S S M 8 H 8 B M 8 S QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS SELECTED QUALITY MEATS AND POULTRY. ARE YOUR GUIDE TO THE HNEST EATING HAIfTS. IECAUSE OF THIS, EVERY POUND IS SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE TO SATISFY 0 lOSHEt SPRINGERS BROILERS THE FINEST FRESH KILLED KOSHER CHICKEN 33 c lb. > NECK MEAT or BEEF CUBES 79 c lb. SHOULDER or CFSOSSRiB ROAST 89 c lb. LEAN TRIMMED FLANKEN 33 lb. GENUINE Shoulder Chops 79 e Baby Rib Chops 9?= Necks Shanks 19 s Lamb Breast 10 H H N FREEZER SPECIAL CHO.CE O IC lb. CUT & WRAPPED FOR THE FREEZER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE RIB of BEEF 30-35 LB. AVERAGE 69 ITEMS BELO* AVAILABLE ONLY AT 965 WA S HINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH U-OZ. BTL REGULAR or 12-OZ. BTL. HOT HEINZ KETCHUP 9 UMfT 1 BTL. EITHER REGULAR OR HOT, PLEASE. WITH S.00 ORDER OR MORE^^ c LAKE CQC WHITEFISH 05T, FLOUNDER cQc FILLET S£S"^ HALIBUT STEAKS S££ T LAt*€NO. 1 LAKE ERIE SMELTS 651 %  m mmi KMnwiT PASTRAMI 29' S-.CQ M '"I* FtESMIT SMOKES *>f\r LOX STRIPS 391 MILKERS* 2/25 LIB8YS TOMATO JUICE FYNE TASTE APPLE SAUCE 46-OZ. CAN 2S-OZ. GLASS JAR 25 23 s Cc (A DAJRY DRESSING) wlYlt I I IN A NIT COITIIIEI Mayfair Cream Cheese 29 6 10* 3-or. Urtft W Irrtt SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT RED RADISHES 5 C 5 FRESH RRM CEUO KAG EACH WHITE POTATOES U.S. No. 1 ^C EASTERN 5


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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October 18, 1963

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Title:
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
Creation Date:
October 18, 1963

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Notes

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 36 Number 42
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 18. 1963
Two Sections Price 20'
CHANCELLOR RETIRES
Adenauer
Is Hailed By
Top Leaders
? HAMBURG (JTA) Two
pro i Jew i-h leaders Dr.
Vihum Coldmann and Philip M.
K itznick were among many
kadi rs who paid tribute
k la in. K inrad Adenauer,
. iri g Wesl German Chan-
He will be succeeded by
Erhard, \V. si tier
U ister of Economics.
-. including lau.ia-
lemer.t! from farmer Pres-
Dm i.:n D Eisenhower and
- Truman, were published
.. spei ial edition of Der
news magazine.
Dr. Goldmann, president of
the World Zionist Organization
ara or t.'ie Wcrld Jewish Con-
cJ'led Dr. Adenauer a
man cf highest value" whose
secret of personality "is based
on ooub'e syn'hesis, rare
arro-g great political figures.
H' is an autocrat who believes
nocr.-icy and combines poli-
tical dexterity and talent with a
ph'csophy of life that is deeply
icctej on e hical and religious
principles."
Voting Dr UJ oauecls role in.
agreement on resti-
: lensation for vie-
\... sin, I>r Goldmann de-
lis auth iritative meth-
Continued on Pane 13-A
1
Pope Tells UJA Mission:
'We Have Common God"
DR. KONRAD ADENAUER
tributes aplenty
ROME(JTA)Pope Paul VI re-
ceived in the throne room of the
Vatican on Monday a delegation
of 100 American Jews the lirst
Jewish croup he has met since his
1 accession to the Pontificate and
declared: "We have a common
Bible and common Cod. There-
fore, we pray together so thai the
Almighty may guide, comfort and
bless us
The delegation was composed of
members of a United Jewish Study
Mission which convened here for
a four-day session to hear reports
ol needs in Jewish communities
around the world.
Referring to the purpose that
PRESIDENT KENNEDY URGED:
Force Talks on Matzoh Ban
Via Sale of Wheat to Russia
WASH IXC TUN (JTA) An ftp
peal was addressed to President
Kenned) on Tuesday, asking bun
to negotiate with the Soviet Union
an agreement under which the
Moscow authorities would permit
Jewish citizens of the USSR "to
obtain Hour. hake, purchase, or
sell matZOth during the annual
Passover holidays."
Egyptian Atomic Delegation
Gets French Cold Shoulder
IRIS(JTA)An Egyptian atomic delegation concluded this week
visit to France without reaching any concrete results or
SSing specific cooperation in atomic de\elopment between
entries. The mission arrived in France without its titular
Minister for Scientific Development, who
reportedly when he learned that his French
Palewsky, did not intend to receive him.
siun was barred from
ench nuclear base at
lere military projects
development. Oddly
the Egyptians were led oil
r l V Prof. Samuel iloro-
ai ticinj French Jew.
canceled
counterpart.
his visit
Minister
The appeal was made in a let-
ter to the President from Rep.
Leonard Farbstcin. New York
Democrat, in the context of the
Administration's decision to per-
mit the sale of vast quantities of
American wheat 10 the Soviet
Union
"I believe.' Rep. Farbstein
wrote., "it would be singularly
appropriate at this time, in view
of the wheat sale," that the Sov-
iet Government permit such ar-
rangements to be made regard-
ing matzoth. "As you know,"
the letter stated, "the Soviet
Union has banned the sale of
matzoth on the grounds that this
represents speculation.
'However, the ordinary Jewish
citizen has no means ol procuring
ritual Hour for baking matzoth.
only a large processor can do
this."
brought the UJA leaders to
Rome, Pope Paul said he could
not but feel respect and affec-
tion for the members of the Mis-
sion because of the bonds of bro-
therhood created by helping peo-
ple in need. "These bonds," he
stated, "are what we would like
to strengthen." He declared he
followed closely the develop-
ments among the new nations,
and wished to serve as a bridge
for bringing understanding
among those nations.
Another bond with the Jev Istl
people, said the Pontiff, is "our
common affinity for the Old Testa-
ment as a source of Divine revela-
tion which I use ever) day in pray-
er and thought." For that reason.
he said, he felt he could call on the
same Cod whom both Christians
and Jews worship and love, to ask
Him for His guidance, His revela-
tions and His blessing
Kahin Herbert A. Friedman,
executive vice chairman of the
UJA. responding on behalf of the
group, told the Pope: "All men the
world over are seeking today to
find the roots of their brother-
hood." He expressed the hope
that the Ecumenical Council now
neethtg in the Vatican would fur-
ther the spirit of solidarity be-
tween men of all faiths as expres
-ed in the proceedings ol the Ecu-
menical Council. He said: It is
our hope and prayer that through-
out the years of your Papacy great
KABBI HERBERT fRIEDMAN
spirit of solidarity
and furUier progress \ ill be m
.n the everlasting struggle to u
mankind "'
"We are shortly leaving tr-
Eternal City of Rcme for ths
holy City of Jerusalem," Rabi
Friedman continued. "As Ame--
ican Jews our hearts best
strongly with pride as we wi'-
ness the rebuild:ng of Israel. F;r
many, many centuries, the sor;
ot David have wept by all rive-i
of all Babylcns for their lost
Continued on Page 2-A
MANY LANGUISH IN JA!L
Report Syrian Jews Suffer
Increasingly Big Restrictions
*
The mission is scheduled to
visit f,ve o'her European coun-
*"*, including Britain, West
Germany ad Italy. It was be-
ved that the Egyptians already
'eceived firm o.'fers from a
company for sale of a
r reactor. A spokesman
for the "
Americans Appeal to Nik
On Status of Soviet Jews
haW
Brit'sh
nue'
MOUET TO PRESS RUSSIANS
PAGE 3 A
French Nuclear Commis-
*n 'old the Jewish Telegraphic
fltney here, however, that
Pr-''ce has not proposed Hi*
-o Egyot of reactor or any
'her atomic equipment.
while, another Arab shop-
amis. King Hussein of Jor-
:'< a press conference in
;" week that he might
'"' 'he Soviet Union for wea-
I.'"" Phases if he could not get
"our friends, the Uni-
Britain
kim
MEW YORK i JTA) A sev- Pike. Protestant
en-point appeal asking for full re- "P of California.
lijtious, cultural and other rights
for Jews in the Soviet Union was'
ent this week to Soviet Premier
Nikita Krushchev in the name of
about 100 leading Americans who
held an all day Conference on the,
Status of Soviet Jews at the Car
negie International Center here.
Episcopal Bish-
Documented reports presented
at the conference established
Continued on Pa.ge 5-A
PARIS-!JTAi A number of
Syrian Jews were arrested late
last week while trying to flee over
the Syrian Turkish border to es-
cape the persecutions and discrim-
inatory measures to which Syrian
Jewry is being subjected, a French
Jewish tourist reported this week
on his return irom a three-month
\isit to that country.
The tourist, whose name was
withheld and whose religion was
UOt known to Syrian authorities
brought back with him a detailed
eyewitness report on the sufferings
of Syria's 4.000 Jews.
The tourist said that a number
of Jews were in the Damascus
central jail, awaiting trial early
in 1964 on a variety of charges,
including "attempted illegal
exit" and "Zionist leanings," *n
even more serious charqe. The
tcjrist said he did not know how
many Jews had been arrested on
Such charges.
He said that the most painful
discrimination to which Syrian
Jewry was being subjected was a
government ban on movement in
Damascus without special "circu-
lation permits." Without those per-
mits, lie reported, Jews are forced
to live in the former Jewish quar-
ter which for all practical purposes
has been converted into a virtual
hetto.
In addition, the Jewish commun-
ity has l>ecn h.ird hit linanciallv.
dan,
I
and France."
*>a d he had recently
Continued on Page 11-A
The appeal was adopted at the
conference unanimously Saturday,
following impressive addresses on
the discriminations against Sov-
iet Jewry delivered by prominent,
American authors, e lucators and
clergymen. Presiding over the
conference, which was sponsored
Catholic Scholars Split on 'Deputy'
NEW YORK (JTA) Rolf
Hochhuth, author of "The Deputy,"
the play which contends that the
late Pope Pius XII failed to take
a public stand on the Nazi slaught-
er of European Jewry, was criti-
cized and defended this week by i
by leading American personali- Catholic scholars. In separate
ties, was the Rt Rev. James A. views in two Catholic periodicals.
the West German playwright was
assailed as anti-Semitic and anti-
Catholic and, on the other hand,
as having stated "a generally
valid" thesis in his play
Dr. Edgar Alexander, sociologist
and author of the forthcoming
-tudy, "Hitler and the Pope," as-!
sailed Hochhuth in an article in
the current edition of "America.'
the Jesuit weekly. Dr. Gordon
/aim. professor of --ociology at
Loyola University and author of
"German Catholics and Hitler's
Wars." published in 1962. came to
the playwright's defense in an
article in "The Critic." a period!-
Continued on Page 9-A


Page 2-A
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Friday. October 18, 1963
Tribute to Dr. Lehrman Saturday
DR. LtnKMAN
Some 1.000 persons are expec
tod at the Tribute Dinner honor-
Dr. Trvina Lehrman on Satur-
'ay. 7 p.m.. in
le Beaux Arts
aliroom of the
>iplomat Hotel.
Tl.i black tie
a 1 a event has
een planned b;
lis'nus and civ-
c leaders to give
ecognit*on t o
> r. Lehrman's
'20 years of spir-
itual leadership
as head of Temple Emanu-El on
Miami Beach.
SONG TRIBUTE
A narration and song tnb
Me to Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader ot Temple
Emanu-El. will be presented
at the Temple':- 20th anniver
sary dinner of tribute Satur
day night at the Diplomat
Hotel Beaux Arts Ballroom.
Directed by Tnxie Levin
the east will include Davida
Levy. Barbara Bessey, Ar-
lene Harris. Helene Kor
etzky. Beverley Green. Judy
Smith. Marsha Talianoif and
Benjamin Stone.
Hortense Ball will provide
musical accompaniment
while George J Talianofl
and Hank Meyer deliver the
tr.bute.
Banquet chairman. Judge Irv-
ing Cyper, has annoorxed tiat
U.S. Sen. George Smathers will
;o'n the raster of notables ap-
pearing hero a'ong wiih Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, cnancel'or of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, one of the country's
leading educators and rel'-ious
personalities.
Dr Finkels.e -. will come to Mi-
jmi Beach from New Yo:-k to be
3 guest speaker with Sen. Sinath-
HANK MIYIR
Pope Notes Ccmmon God'
Continued from Page 1-A
Zion. Now in this century we
have the divine opportunity to
participate in its rebirth.
"Our love for Israel is based on
love of people and faith. Jewish
people who have been persecuted
and harassed in many lands now
have the right to a new life in free-
dom. This we applaud and sup-
port as more than one million
have already exercised that right.
"The Jewish spirit also has now
a new frame within which to
flourish so that a model society
can be created so that the ancient
prophecy of Isaiah can be fulfilled
for out of Zion shail go forth the
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rrs He will join in the tribute cere-
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of government, education, relig-
ion, welfare and industry.
Samuel N Fr.ediand i> honorary
chairman, and George J. Taiianoff
is chairman of the reception, which
will precede the dinner program.
Vice chairmen are Benjamin (',.
Kline and Jack Carner. and Max
Bo ierman and Emil Morton have
' been designated as tribute co-
chairmen.
Honorary vice chairman of the
evening is Joseph M. Lipion. Tem-
ple president.
Dr. Lehrman assumed the post
of rabbi of Temple Emanu-El in
August. 1943. coming to Miami
Beach from Montclair. N.J. In 20
years. Temple membership has
grown from 250 families to more !
than 1.000.
law and the word of the Lord from
Jerusalem.' Thus shall Israel ful-
fill her destiny of being a light
unto the nations."
Rabbi Friedman concluded with
the recital of the priestly benedic-
tion in Hebrew and English. The
L'JA delegation received by the
Pope was led by Joseph Meyer-
hoff. of Baltimore, general chair-
man of the L'JA.
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*Jewist fhrSdHirum
Page 3-A
Syria Iraq Military Merger
Seen Big Threat to Israel
JERUSALEM(.ITA)The merger of the armed forces of Syria
mi In 4 'his wcok Pse border as well as a specific Arab challenge to Israel's plans to divert
Jordan River water for a vast Negev irrigation project.
,,., (,ai Israeli >ouices declared
. :.. .___i. ...., | lowing leports that the military
merger had as one of its goals the
J prevention of that project. Syrian
that toe Jordan River project was
matter of life and death" fol-
,
Ex Premier
Will Question
Nilrita on Jews
Information Minister.Saini A. Jun-
di declared in Damascus that the
"main duty" of the Supreme De-
fense Council of the merged forces
would be to halt the Jordan River
project. "e also described the
merger as 'a defense necessity"
for maintenance ot peace in the
Middle East and said it would be
followed by complete political
pARjS Former
, -,. Premier and Socialist
leader Guy Mollet will raise the,1"1""1-
question oi the treatment of Sov- |$rae|j sources also speculated
,; jews with Soviet Premier. on the possibility that Iraqi units
Khrushchev whom he is scheduled mighf uke up positjens on the
Moscow at the end Of |sraeli-Syrian border, a step
which would immediately affect
the border status quo because
Iraq refused to sign an armis-
tice aqreement at the end of the
1948 fighting on grounds it had
Meeting to complete plans for the Temple Solomon. Charles Sommer. Maurice Weil,
Menorah-Israel D'nner of Tribute, to take place Sam Schiifman. Jack Buistein, Mrs. Elsie Bel-
Saturday. Oct. 26. at the Americana Hotel, sky, Morris Black, Maurice Revitz, Jerry Lel-
are officers of the congregation and members chuV and T'-'-k Korenblit. (For related stories,
of the Host Committee. Left fo right are Rabbi see Page 8-A.) I
Mayer Abramowitz, Sol Frankel. Leonard
s month, it was disclosed here
this *e<
M Mollet is leaving for Mos-
CJ, ,. the hv.id of a French Soc-
..li.[ delegation on Oct. He
Bureau Dinner Will Feature Tribute
To Presidents of Congregations Here
will confer with the Soviet Prem- o common border with Israel.
,,,- ... other leading Soviet of-
r Moscow.
It was understood that the for-
| nth Premier has long been
,.i the plinl't "I Soviet Jew-
, and has decided to raise the is-
sue with Premier Kshchev just N ^ {rQ
' ^PTLSJI H2SU- -rn heaped on ., by the Cai
Since the Israel-Syrian pact does
not bind Iraq, placement of Iraqi
troops on the border would pose
new border problems for Israel.
That the merger was a blow to
the pan-Arab hopes of President
from
ro
That press said that the
merger would not lead to the
"ti], carrying out of any Arab "national
Oil lne'_ u:_..:.._ ______l.....u n..i. .-,,.,
Ir.iernauonal meeting in Amster
dam last month The French |i
, d his delegation will have
,,!,:, documentation on the o y of soKe ,he ,.palestine
,,,,estH.r, .nd are expected to press cm m {rom
, s.vet counterparts for con- lemvnt ,he Jordan River
note moves to ease the plight ofi .{
soviet Jewry. |
Another charge was that the
Syrian-Iraq union was not "aimed
at the Zionist enemy but at the
Annual dinner of the Bureau of
Jewish Education has been set lor
Nov. 27, according to announce
ment of Al Sherman, co-chairman
ol the Dinner Committee.
The dinner will feature a special
tribute to presidents of congrega-
tions of affiliated schools, and is
scheduled for the Diplomat Hotel.
Joseph Cohen, reelected pres-
ident, will be officially installed.
Dinner Committee includes Mr.
I and Mrs. Joseph Abelow. Max D.
I Astor. Alex Aronoff. Sidney Aron-
ovitz. Rabbi Shimon Azulay. Judge
| Frederick N. Barad, Mr. and Mrs.
I M. A. Baskin. Dr. Joseph Bess.
| Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Dr. Sol Cen-
I ter, Mrs. Bernhardt H. Chesman.
Joseph Cohen, Mrs. Louis Cohen.
Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mr. and Mrs
Leon J. Ell, Martin Fine. Mrs.
Dorothy Krieger Fink. Prof. Ed
' ward Fox, Melvyn B. Frumkes.
Louil ii.idon. Bernard I. Gelbert.
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Louis
GhMser, Mrs. Stanley Clatter. Na-
I thaniel Glickman. I-eon Goldberg, j
Samuel Goldstein. Morris Honig- i
baum. Charles Jacobs, Albert
i Jacobson. Stanley Josowitz, Mrs.
Jack Katzman. George Katzman.
j Sidney Kay. Mrs. Benjamin Kazer.
Mrs. Eli King, Max Kolker, Morris
t Krevat, Robert Lipof. Dr. and Mrs.
.Milton Lubarr. Mrs. Louis Makov
sky. Oscar Mamber. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Meisel. Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
min Mevers.
Mrs. Sanford L. Muchnick. Mrs.
David Muskat. Albert Ossip. Jack
W. Persoff. Joseph Post. Mrs. Ma-
tilda Ratner. William Rich, Mrs
Phillip Richman, Leo Robinson, Al
Roth, Jacoo Sachs'. Lester Shapiro,
Manuel Solomon. Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff. Mrs. A 11 r e d Stone. John
Temple. Dr. Isaac Untcrman,
Charles Weinberg. Morns Weiss.
Raphael Yunes, Joe Zalis.
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Egypt. Another Cairo newspaper
comment was that the merger was
"good news for Israel and bad
news for the Arabs."
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Dr. Adenauer
Has Stepped Down
The retirement of West Ger-
man Chancellor Konrad Aden-
: jer on Tuesday brought to an
nd an era in history that is sig-
r.-hcant to the world at large, and
- articularly to Jews everywhere.
The saga of the Federal Re-
public's fantastic achievement in
egging itself out of the rubble of
V "orld War II needs no recerpit-
-".ation here. The accomplished
::.ct is as remarkable as the phys-
ical destruction of Hitler's thous-
: ad-year Reich was nearly total
bade in 1945.
Dr. Adenauer's retirement may
r.operly, of course, give just
cnuse for looking backward. But
-ore important, it suggests the
-eed to look ahead. For in the
:: ce of the West German achieve-
r.-.ent, the basically essential con-
cern, her democratization, be-
comes especially significant.
It has not been too difficult for
the Germans to praise the leader-
snip of Adenauer and the Federal
republic in times of plenty. What
v. ill be the extent of their praise
in the event of trial? Germany's
.-.story tells us which path her people chose
hen things went sour before.
All of this highlights the contribution of
Dr. Adenauer to the status of today's German
condition.
For the Jews, Dr. Adenauer's tenure has
:een particularly significant. Even working as
they have been, themselves, en the recreation
c: a new land, they have had to regard both
with cmazement and concern the remarkable
resurrection of a country that blithely killed six
rr.illion Jews during the Nazi regime. It was
Icrgely Dr. Adenauer's skill as a diplomat and
his moral impulse as a devoutly religious man
.hat served to bridge the gap between these
two unbelievable phenomena: Israel reborn
end Germany reconstituted.
Volume 36 Number 42
Friday. October 18. 1963
30 Tishri 5724
Honor to Dr. Lehrman
Ti-.e community will join in honoring Dr.
Irving Lehrman en Saturday night for his 20th
enniversa:.- :r. the pulpit of Temple Emanu-El.
'.s en auspicious occasion.
During his tenure, the Temple has grown
:.-. stature to become one of the largest Con-
servat.ve cor.grecctions in the nation. But
if has done mere than physically expand from
;"3 original quarters on Euclid Ave., and more
than simply add to its roster of families.
Under the spiritual leadership of Dr. Lehr-
rr.an. the Temple has become a congregational
center of distinction here, with a variety of
vigorous religious, cultural, and educational
programs.
The community will also be honoring Dr.
Lehrman for his achievements outside his con-
gregation, both locally and nationally. In addi-
tion to directing his energies toward the devel-
opment of Temple Emanu-El. he has also at-
tained distinction in a variety of civic and
clerical activities.
In 20 years of spiritual leadership here.
Dr. Lehrman has served his community well.
On Saturday night, the community will show
its awareness of this service.
achieved as a symbol of Jewish fraternal
existence.
Throughout the years, B'nai B'rith lodges
and chapters have dedicated themselves to a
variety of causes fundamental to the highest
spiritual, philanthropic, and religious ideals of
Judaism.
Today. B'nai B'rith programs embrace
such important activities as youth work. Hillel
Foundation facilities on college campuses
throughout the world, and a relentless battle
against prejudice through the Anti-Defemation
League. B nai B'rith also means significant
endeavor in behalf of the State of Isrcel and
health needs fulfilled at the Leo N. Levi Hos-
pital, among many others.
The 120th anniversary is a significant
occasion. It is a point in history for B'nai B'rith
at which the organization can look back or.
achievements fulfilled and forward toward
goals yet to be accomplished. The roster c:
its membership is an elite rendering of Jewish
community leadership throughout the world.
B'nai B'rith Anniversary
The 120th anniversary of the establishment
of B'nai B'rith in the United States is an event
currently being marked by organized Jewry
throughout the world.
President Kennedy's significant message
to the anniversary occasion in Chicago demon-
strates the level of significance B'nai B'rith has
Dinners of Tribute
Temple Mer.orah will honor Maurice
Revitz at en Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute on
Oct. 26. The dinner follows on the heels of
a similar event by the congregation of Tempie
Beth Shdlom for Sidney Ansin last Sunday.
Both men are leaders of distinction in the
Greatei Miami community. Each has made
significant civic, philanthropic, and congrega-
tional contributions to Jewry here and abroad.
The Dinners of Tribute highlight, partic-
ularly, their activities in behalf of Israel
through the Israel Bond campaign.
It is now more than a dozen years that
bond dollars have demonstrated their signifi-
cance to the upbuilding of the economy of the
Jewish State. The investment funds made
available through the purchase of bonds have
greatly facilitated the industrial development
of Israel in a broad variety of fields.
Mi. Ansin was virtually a charter leader
in our community on the occasion of the
launching of the Israel Bond campaign back
in May, 1951. Maurice Revitz, a relative new-
comer in our midst, has taken his place at the
helm of Greater Miami Jewish affairs quickly,
easily demonstrating his capability and
capacity at achievement.
Both Dinners of Tribute honor men whose
leadership is notable.
during
I the week
..as i see il
by LEO MINDLIN
QN A recent trip to Israel.
" I avoided as much a.s pos-
sible the organizational as-
pects of the country, which
re so heavily probed by'moM
travelers in their intensive
tours^eBtering eround the big
cities^ynMwrestsi ftoHticnih
oriented, brought m*' instead
into contact with many- gov-
ernment oflicials and par
people. Clearly, the m.,st fas
cinating of them all was former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. him-, ||
who is undoubtedly one of the outstanding statesmen of the twentieth
century if for no other reason thin that it takes such a personahh
to project a country the sizj of Israel into the forefront of inter-
national consideration.
Our conversation led us into many areas of thought, and one of
these was Histadrut. an organization whose rooted power in the polu
ical. social, and economic fabric of the land seemed an anachronism
in the face of the fact of Israel, herself. Why were scaffolds still
needed. I asked him. u-ing his own angry characterization of :.
Zionist movement, whan the dream of a national Jewish home had
long been fulfilled0
Mr Ben-Gurion immediately denied that Histadrut was simply
"an organization." pref'rring instead to call it "an institution." The
difference here was more than subtle. It implied Histadrut- inti
relationship to a country whose existence it long pro-dates It suj
gested a particular philosophic assessment of Israel's socio-economic
structure, which had been determined by the spirit and the purr> e
of the earliest modern age Aliyah. It reflected an enduring contribu
tion to the land, which would be endangered by shifting the paj
logical assessment of Histadrut s purpose from the days of the i
date to conform with a more current view.
AN IMPKlSSIVt OVtRSTATEMtNT
pOR THIS IS after ail what anyor.e really means in a critic
proach to the Histadrut monolith today: that it must shift -
ns to recognize the fact of an o\i-ting Israel that it no lot
- in order I i .. list the lulfillment of the Zionist dream,
Mild aim to achieve Israel's highest interest even when >i,
- compromise Histadrut's ultimate institutional and politic*
er.
A pant many-storied building on Arlozoroff in Tel Avis is
for Histadrut. I .-pent several pleasant hours th. i
i ishua Levy, general tieasurer of the organization
Levj of a mar ted me ir. his office .-eated in a smol..:_
' : his own ashes The continuing tobacco and tea apart, tr :.
i> a vibrancy and enthusiasm about the man that I rarely four I
during my visit even among the highest government official.- T ,
Mr Lev) was >o impressive is, I thir.k. a tribute to the huge amo i
of knowledge he has at his immediate command, and to the assert
manner in which he uses it.
A brief talk with him. and one comes away convinced that Mi
Gurioo was correct that Histadrut as an institution is a vital
of Israel no less fundamental to her purposes than the pi
selves In retrospect, this is surely an overstatement; but it
sts the ambitious role that Histadrut still envisions for itself in
Israel's future. It implies: pull thi; scaffold away, and even il wi
admit to the exaggeration beforehand. Israel will surely comi
tumbling down.
IAB0B AND niVATt tNTlKPKISB
yEHOSHUA LEVY WILL be quick to tell you that the Central Dues
Office of Histadrut took in I 90 million during 1962. and tnjt
this year the figure will jump to I 102 million: that the op-
tion's cultural budget is some I 40 million annually: that Kupat
Holim. the national m?dical arm of Histadrut. operates on I 1H0
million, with only 63': of the total covered by dues, and an additioi
2.3<~< coming from employers
He can go on and en. A more significant aspect of Hist:.
than these statistic- is its simultaneous operation of a variety o(
erterpnses on the one hand and the incorporation into its Structure
of Israel's General Federation of Labor on the other. I reminded
Mr Levy of a Tact I am sure he knew well that the labor moven I
in the United States and Great Britain shared a similar experience
both withdrew from the arena of enterpite because the) I
mpete i with private industry and because of'th. in-
evitable conflict ot interest between the wage-earner and aggress
ient.
v -:- Israel Mr Lev) Recalling the Ben-G
'' Hi--. i re-dating the establishing
'"' i> treasurer declare.I that economic entei
from the ver) beginning II
the early evolution of the kil
i agricultural self-sufficiei
1: l< d marketing.
AN INTHUSIASTIC SPOKESMAN
yHE CURRENT FORMS of these cooperatives, some of
>m the past, include Solel Bom h i
bir. wholesale consumer orgai
r. industrial enterprises; Mekorot, utilities, operated kinl
,srai t and Jewish Agency; and TIui. des
enco in Hi" undeveloped area.- of the country <
ivate capital seems reluctant to invest, a project also op
Dintly with the government. Prominent Tiuz achievements
tar number Ashdod and Kiryat Gat
But the most salient factor here, as Mr Lew see- it :- '
i.istadrut economic endeavor represents onlv 2\'.' of Israel- I
enterprise. Thus it u entirely wrong, in Mr. Lews view, to eq
Histadrut with the government, or to regard Histadrut as a coi
tor of private enterprise
In addition, all Histadrut economic projects must submit to
whatever advantages the General Labor Federation wrests for Is
raels workers. As a result. Histadrut seems to emerge uns.
by conflict of interest possibilities, both from the laborers and the
private investor's vantagepoint.
If Histadrut is therefore unique in this experience, it neve
shares the common rejection by all democratic labor unioi
communist infiltration. The Communists. Mr. Lew noted, have no
representation at all on the Histadrut Executive Committee an
tod lsol:'Ul1 1S ,ht' case in the general mainstream of U
It is of course obvious that so enthusiastic a spokesman should
paint such a clear and untrammeled portrait of Histadrut (1
are many other Histadrut programs, of which labor and economic
en erprise consntute a mere part.) Whether or not one can agre<
entirely with his persuasive Statistics and arguments. Yehoshua Lev)
is certainly a vital man with whom to reckon on Israel's ambitious
lion ion.


Friday, October 18. 1963
*Je*istifk>ridiair)
Pace 5-A
Americans Appeal to Nik on Treatment of Jews
Yehoshua Levy, general
treasurer of Histadrut, is "a
vital man with whom to
reckon," writes Leo Mindlin,
executive editor of The Jew-
ish Floridian, who interview-
ed Mr. Levy durinq his recent
our of Israel. For a study
of one of Israel's most imoor-
lanl leaders today, see "Dur-
ing the Week," Page 4-A.
U.S. Studies
Arms Change
In Mid East
\K\V YORK (JTA) The
s Department of Defense is
plating a major change in
nilitary command which would af-
iccl the U.S. military operations
the Middle East, it was report-
,1 this week by Hanson W. Bald-
in, i; Hit j correspondent of the
New York 'limes.
In Washington, the Jewish Tele
raphic Agenc* was told by of-
i i the Defense Department
lii tin j h.! net seen the report
iid had nothing to say about the
,-elopments.
The icpert said that among
cted changes would be
cne igning the MiJdle East
!o t'ie Ctrike Command,
j joint functional com-
d of the Army and the Air
established two yeors
i : I the stafl thai plans
. with militai y aspects of
Ea i ;- i.i ing main-
London under the com-
iral Charles D. Grlf-
n nder in Chief of the
, rces Eastern Atlantic
rranean,
1 ised i hangea in re-
ies for Middle East
would transfer functions
ommands' now headed by
Is in a command headed
S 'win> Gen, Paul I). Adams,
the establishment of the Strike]
ind and expansion of its re-
ilities have been backed
> Gen Maxwell Taylor, chairman
Ihe United States Joint Chiefs
1 Staff, The expansion of Strike
authority has been ap-
Proved in principle but not im
plcmented after expression of op-
ion views by Gen. Lyman L.
' litzer, I'.S. Commander in
n Europe and Supreme Al-
lied ( ommander in Europe.
Florida Forum
To be Heard
"On the Nov. 5 Amendments"
subject lor The People
South Florida's Town Hall
on Fri lay, 8 p.m.. in the
' n Fedt ral Auditorium,
Washington Ave.
S Kaufman, attorney,
will ffer the viewpoints of the
D le Chamber of Com
"jerci Government Research Coun-
- ,,'th Miami Beach City Coun-
cilman Malvin F.nglander in re-
buttal
1 haim Rose will be moderator.
A discussion period will follow.
Continued from Pago 1 A
that the Jews in the USSR aro I
being denied religious and cul- I
tural rights extended to other
nationalities in the country, and
are being subjected to officially-
condoned persecutions. Through-
out the discussions it was em-
phasized by speakers that they
do not seek to conduct anti-Sov-
iet propaganda but merely ap-
peal for justice to the Jews and
for combatting anti-Semitic pro-
paganda in reports in the Soviet ,
press.
The seven-point appeala copy!
of which was transmitted today
j also to Soviet Ambassador Anatoly
Dobrynin in Washington called
[ for immediate action by the Sov-
iet Government on the following
specific proposals:
1. Jewish education in all its
' forms should be permitted.
2. Jewish cultural institutions
, should be reopened and Jewish
artistic life literature, theater,
music, in Yiddish and Hebrew-
should be allowed to develop hilly.
3. Central institutions to serve
the religious nee.'s of Soviet Jew-
ry should be established; the clos-
ing of synagogues and private
prayer meetings should be halted,
and obstacles to the performance
of sacred rites should be remov-
ed.
4. Formal religious and cul-
tural bonds with Jewish com-
munities abroad should be al-
lowed, official exchange visits
permitted and the right to make
religious pilgrimages to the Holy
Land granted.
5. Permission for Jews to
leave the USSR, so that they may
he reunited with families in other
lands from whom they have beenl
separated, should be implemented'
6. The anti-Jewish character
that so strongly colors the official
campaign against economic crimes
should be eliminated.
7. A vigorous educational cam-
' paign against anti-Semitism should
be undertaken.
"We appeal," the conference
resolution stated, "to all those in
! the USSR who genuinely desire
i the eradication of the evils of Stal-
1 inism and who, with us, thirst for
truth, justice and decency. We
appeal to the Soviet authorities to
act in this matter on the basis of
1 their own ideological, constitu-
tional and legal commitments. We
' issue this appeal in all solemnity,
a5 a matter of urgency and ele-
1 mentary decency. We cannot keep
silent so long as justice is not
done on this problem."
Associate Justice William O.
Douglas, of the United States
Supreme Court, one of the co-
sponsors of the conference, told
the gathering that anti-Jewish
persecutions manifest themselves
in the USSR in many ways, in-
cluding discrimination against
the use of Jewish personnel "in
public service." The Supreme
Court Justice cited the absenca
of Jews in the Soviet Navy.
'Despite the- constitutional fac- or of "Dr. Zhivago;"
ade" of Soviet laws forbidding
discrimintaions, he said, Jews
aro kept out of certain posi-
tions "duo to the fear that Jews
might come into contact with
Jewish communities outside the
Soviet Union."
Mauri.
Hindus, author of "House With ut
a Roof," a study of life in ttte
Soviet Union; Dr. Meyer Schapi
professor of art history at Coin ti-
bia University; and Dr. Mo- t
Decter. director of Jewish Min
ties Research.
"But probably the place to! In addition to Bishop Pike a
start." he declared, "is with the: Justice Douglas, the sponsors
religious community. A univer- the conference included the R
sal effort must be made to have| Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr..
the svnagogue restored and to leader of the Negro integral
have the Russian Jews enjoy the; movement; Walter Reuther, v
freedom of using their religious' president of the United A.
symbols. We must insist on the Workers; Norman Thomas, vet'
restoration of the synagogues.
an Socialist leader; former I
hope that that would be a begin i ?en. Herbert H. L.hman; a
r.ing and hope that other tangible! Robert Penn Warren, lam
results would follow toward the, American novelist and poet,
solution of the Jewish problem in, ----------------------
.he ussr Variety Club
Prof. Lewis Feuer, of the Uni- _. _
versify of California, who recent-1 rlCHIS rrOCjraniS
lv returned from an extended
stav in the Soviet Union, reported!.
Victor Levine, pasl Chief Bo
. -.k V- f "TK ,Z "cr of Variety Club of Greater .
at the Conference: The Jewish "* .
, ., ami. has been appointed chi.
people are allowed to exist It is >
their culture which is being ex mon(
terminated. The Soviet s a smila-i ms Pa| thc ,,., ncw hei
tion of the Jewish community. J ^
planned from above, directed M
from above and enforced through William T. Kruglak II, pies
sanctions and the making un- Chief Barker, also announced tr
available of books and teachers.; : membership drive will be g
"This is culturocidethe murder'ting under way shortly, open
I of a cultureand inherently de-, members of the entertainme
structive of human freedom." profession as well as business i
Othcr speakers included Prof. "ldlls,ry
Horace M. Kallen; Arthur Miller. Variety Club Tenl 33 Is the to
playwright and author, Max Hay-1 group which sponsors and opera*
ward, Oxford fellow and translat- Variety Children's Hospital.
rrThat Tyranny And Despotism May Perish !
*>?
August Bondi'a life was spent in battling
injustice. When not quite tifteen, Bondi
look part in the Revolution of 1848 in his
native Austria. After the revolution failed,
the Bondis emigrated to America. That
was the beginning of the odyssey of
August Bondi which was to place him
beside John Brown in Kansas.
An ardent abolitionist. Bondi arrived
in Kansas' in May. 18."."), in the company
of Jacob Benjamin. There they were
joined by Theodore Wiener. The three
immigrants settled on the Mosquito
branch of PottaWatomie creek, near Osa-
watomie. Bondi's abolitionist statements
soon brought him to the attention of the
pro-slaver} border ruffians. His life was
threatened and Bondi enlisted the aid of
John Brown's sons. When Brown himself
arrived. Bondi and Wiener promptly
joined his military company. In the civil
war that followed the Pottawatomie Mas-
sacre, in which .John Brown executed live
border ruffians, Bondi took part in almost
every battle as a follower of "God's
angry man."
During the Civil War Bondi served for
three years in the 5tfh Kansas Volunteer
Cavalry. He was Anally invalided out of
the service because of serious wounds
suffered in Arkansas. At the War's end
Bond! settled in Salina, becoming one of
its leading citizens.
Bondi's credo, stated in his autobiog-
raphy, is still relevant to modem prob-
lems. "I do not regret," he wrote, "a single
Btep or instance in my long life, to further
and assist the realization of my devout
wishes that tyranny and despotism may
perish, and bigotry and fanaticism may be pirst W|.,.
wiped from the face of the earth." August through Loi
Bondi devoted his life to these aims.
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Friday. October 18, 1963

4
JFK Greets B'nai B'rith Anniversary
CHICAGO B'nn th-.-- week started the na-
lior.v. .dc Observance nl its I20th
ir-ar> year with a dinner
here honoring ambassador Philip
M Klutznick. a former member
o, the IS. delegation to tie Lni;
ed Nation- and a past president
of the B'nai B'rith The dinner
featured a major civil rights ad
dresi by Attorney General Rob-
ert Kennedy.
The Attorney General outlined
civil rights goals and e- mmendei
Klutznick ard B'nai B'rith for
their roles in the advancement of
national human rights objective-
President John F. Kennedy, in
a messa:j to the dinner, paid
tribute to B'nai B'rith as "a
constructive force in the life of
our nation." President Kennedy
said that "erthocgh B'nai B'rith
is the oldest voluntary service
organization founded in our na-
tion, its appeal to the social
conscience of people everywhere
remains fresh and new." The
President paid high tribute to
Mr. Klutznick, stating that "it
is particularly appropriate that
he be hirored on this occasion,
tor he exeTiplit es the leider-
hip that has projected B'nai
B'rith to its present oo;it:on as
an cistar.dirg service organiza-
tion."
Enumerating the B'nai B'rith's
.-.chi-.vement.-. l're-k!e..t Kennedy
said: "It OCgaatnd the first a*ter relief campaia : i' encour
s*ed major medical idvances in
'he ho>p:tals i; sponsored; it pij-
Shipping Officer in Gotham
Akiva Goffer, vice president of
American-Israeli Shipping Com-
pany of Florida, agents for Zim
Lines, was in New York this week
for a two-day company planning
meeting for all U.S. and Canadian
officers directed by Zvi Herman,
managing director of Zim Lines,
of Haifa. Goffer returned earlier
this week from a ten-state tour,
calling on travel agents to pro-
mote seven sailings from Miami
this winter of the Zim liner SS
Jerusalem.
revo'uNcn, Klutznick said "Jew-
ish "ectoeatidrr must keep the
torch of learning lighted with
sufficient brillance for the Jew
to see his personal obligation."
He said Ihe Jew was entering
"the Promised Land of material
well-being tut th* B'nai B'rith
old values of uniting Jews in the
highest irterest of humanity
must rot be submerged or lost
In materialism or automated
conformity."
Mr. Kluiz-ick said that during
veered innovations in ph lanthr^py the first 120 years of B'nai B'rith,
and social service; it's wartime the Jewish community, partly be-
-ervices goes back to the Civil cause of B'nai B'rith's role, is
War: it his improved fie educa- better organized, more unified,
tioral opp irtumties of our youth; .strengthened in its security and
It has developed programs to awakened to its communal re-
broaden human rights Bad defend sporsibihties. Now we must
civil liberties." think of educating, perpetuating.
B'nai B'rith president Label and inspiring our people to bring
Katz. presented Klutznick with the the old values into the new life
Dm award of 4he anniversary ei continuity from the exodus of
year for porsnifying "the purpose Moses to the present marches for
and ideal- of B'nai B'rith in the
Lstrng contribution! he has made
to Jewish lfe and to the Amen
can society." He commended Mr.
Klutznick for having contributed
vision and dynamism to B'nai
B'rith.
Klutznick said that now that
B'nai B'rith has attained 120
freedom.
Other speakers included Gov.
Otto Kerrer. of Illinois, and Abra-
ham Feinberg. national chairman
of Israel Bonds. Some 1.500 per-
sons attended the dinner, includ-
ing a distinguished group of 120
Anniversary Fourder-. who are
years, the traditional life-span of supporting a special fund for Jew-
Moses, the order must "not only. ih educational purposes coincid-
likc Moses, look into the Promised ing with the anniversary
Land, but actually enter it."
Stressing that B'nai B'rith has not
Completed its work but only begun,
Mr. Klutznick said: "The Promis-
ed Land we envisage is a concepts-
of a meaningful Jewish life per-t-
petuated despite new challenges."
Citing the developing Negro
Elected to serve as officers of the senior class for the fall-
winter term at the Lear School on Miami Beach are seated
(left to right) Lyle Milstein. of Miami, vice president; Walter
French, oi Miami Beach, president. Standing are (left to right)
Mike Lubin, of Keystone Point, treasurer, and Jim Sarr.urin,
of Miami Beach, secretary.
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tional scene, it's often easy to overlook the importance of the reporting
of hometown news. Yet, this is one of the greatest values of your news-
paper .. gathering the news which keeps you accurately informed about
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Friday, October 18. 1963
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Rights Rde
By Special Report
\i:\V" YORKTti" role of Jews
j,! the current en I r ;:hts struggle
;,ntl human r e I a ; i urns- issues
throughout the world will be
moat ,ne principuJ subjects of
I he American Jewisu Committee's
:,. I'onal Executive Boar* inverting
in Chicago on. Oct. 31 tw. Xov. 3.
Vim "is Abrani. arhwney ar.d first
1,-al chef of the I>v.ce Corps.
.. |,o i- chairman oi die American
.1 ,. w i h Commurv* s Executive
Hoard, announced tile agenda of
I hi organization Fa ">D- policy ma k-
1:11; body here this week.
AAraOl -aid that the board will.
consider issues centering on the
civil rights struggle and race rela-
lons, including:
Quota* for Negroes in employ-
ment and housing, responsibil-
ities of Jewish communal organ-
izations, and the American Jew-
ish Committee's role in organ-
izing and developing programs
in the U.S. industrial commun-
ity to expand employment oppor-
tunity for Negroes.
The Executive Board will also
special report on anti-
Semitism in the L'.S. with partic-
ular emphasis on the increase of
hate literature produced here and
Us ust in European countries.
The situation of .lews in North
Africa will be under discussion at
the Executive Board on the basis
ol recent reports trom the Com-
mittee'* Kuropean ortice. Abram
Other subjects ur.dvr consider-
ation at the Executive Board will
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital campaign lead-
ers adopt their slogan, "Finish the Upper
Three in '63," referring to completion of the
fourth, fifth and sixth floors of the hospital.
Shewn at their work-session shortly after set-
ting a goal of SI,500,000 are (left to right clock-
wise) Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the
board; Stanley H. Wolff, trustee; Sanford K.
Bronstein, hospitl aadministrator; president,
Harry L. Lewis, vice president, Sam Luby Sr.;
Elliott Blumenthal, trustee; and Morris Klass.
chairman of community services. The non-
profit, community hospital is located at 1321
NW 14th St.
Renowned Singer Rosa Raisa Dead After Illness
be
The status and security of
Jews overseas, particularly in the
Soviet I'nion and Argentina;
I Religion in public education,
including the questions of "shar-
ed time" between public *nd
parochial schools, and commun-
ity relations problems arising
from the Supreme Court decision
on school prayer ami Bible read-
ing;
The Committee's program on
German educators who were
brought to this country to learn
American methods on education
lor democracy;
Progress reports on action re-
garding bias in religious texts and
teaching materials:
Reports on growing coopera-
tion and friendship among the ma-
jor faiths in the IS. and the free
world.
LOS ANGELES (JTA) Bia
lystok-born Rosa Raisa. in her
day one of the world's leading
opera stars, died here this week''
niter a long illness at the age of
70. She had been living with a,
daughter since her retirement in.
1937.
At the age of 14. Rosa Raisai
Burshtcim emigrated to Naples to |
escape a pogrom. Aided by lead
Beth Am Men
Plan Program
President of Temple Beth Am
Brotherhood, announces a break-
fast on Sunday morning.
Macie Schaeffer. program chair-'
man. has arranged for John L.
Coffin, comptroller of the Junior
Chambers of Commerce Interna-
tional, to be guest speaker. He
will discuss "Rhodesia and Nyasa-
land and the Part They Play in
Africa."
On Wednesday evening, Oct. 30,;
the Brotherhood will be host to,
the Men's Club of the Palmetto
I resbyterian Church at a dinner
in the Temple auditorium Brief;
remarks will be made by Rev.
Neil Wynck and Rabbi Herbert;
M. Baumgard.
On Sunday. Oct. 13. Raskin, Ben
Clem. Sol Schwartz and Jack Dul-
beig attended a meeting of the
Southeast Florida Temple Broth
er hoods in Palm Beach. Plans
were made for the annual retreat
to be held in the Keys during the-
month of May.
ing figures of Italian opera, she
made her debut at the Verdi Cen-
tenary Festival in Parma in 1913.
end her American debut in the
same year in Chicago.
She and her husband became
naturalized American citizens.
She spoke and sang in Yiddish.
English. Russian, German.
French. Italian and Spanish. She
sang the role of "Leah" in the
first American pertormances in
Detroit in 1936 of Rocca's opera.
'The Dybbuk."
She was married to a Catholic,
the baritone Giaccomo Rimini,
Who died in 1952. In addition to
her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Segala.
she is survived by a sister. Mrs.
Freida Goldenberg, of the Bronx.
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Top Leaders Will
Head Cedars'
Building Drive
Three civic leaders have been
named to top posts in Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital's $1,500,000
building campaign to enlarge the
hosptial
President Harry L. Lewis ap-
pointed Stanley C. Meyers, chair-
man of the board, to head up the
Big Gifts Division. This unit will
solicit donations of $5,000 and
over.
Local builder and developer,
Morris Lomaskin, will be chair-
nan Of the Si.000 to $5,000 gift
group, and Trustee Elliott Blum-
nthal is to organize contributors
nder $1,000. The advance gifts
phase of the drive is being coor-
iinated by Trustee Morris Klass.
Luncheon meetings at the rate
of two and three per week are
being held in the hospital cafe-
teria, "and attendance at these
organizational sessions indicates
a strong campaign nucleus is in
the making," Lewis announced.
"We will streamline our cam-
paign, to culminate with the open-
ing of the fourth, fifth and sixth
floors by the first of January,
1964." he said.
Lewis pointed out that the non-
sectarian, non-profit institution,
has been functioning at less than
half of its potential since doors
< pened in November, 1961 with
108 bed-.
The current capital funds drive
will add 175 beds on the upper
three Hour- to accommodate many
more patients, and enlarge the
X Ray laboratories and out-patient
departments.
Costume Ball Held Here
Temple Tifereth Jacob sponsor-
ed a costume ball on Saturday
night in the social hall at 9 p.m.
There were dancing and games.
Robert Ncuiander and Jack Wilco
were in charge of reservations
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Bill Miller, president Frcmk-
jw Federal Savings and
J-oan Association oi Miami,
has announced the appoint-
ment of Joseph L. Goodman
to the post of vice president.
^dman is vice president of
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
Bntn, member of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, the
Men s Club of Temple Israel,
na a director of the Miami
^ach Music and Art League.
Senior Citizens
Meeting Here
A mass meeting of Miami Beach
senior citizens was to be held
Thursday night, 8 p.m.. at Wash-,
ington Federal Savings and Loan,
Association, 1234 Washington Ave. I
Sponsored by Golden Ring Club|
No. 3, the session was expected
to attract more than 500 persons
to the auditorium, according toj
club president, Abe Goldberg.
Michael Sossin, member of the |
Florida State Council for Senior
Citizens, was to discuss the Kerr-
Mills Bill.
Dr. Abraham Nemser was to
speak on geriatrics. He is one
of the leading medical proponents
of Medicare.
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TEMPLE MENORAH PLANS OCCASION FOR OCT. 26
Maurice Revitz Will be Honored
At Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute
Tribute will be paid to Maurice Revitz, Greater Miami civic.
b siness, synagogue and Israel Bond leader, at the Temple Menorah
rael Dinner of Tribute on Saturday evening. Oct. 26, at the
--' nericana Hotel.
Revitz. president of Temple
enorah and chairman of the
I xecutive Committee of the
( reater Miami Israel Bond Or-
. anization. will be honored for
- "service to the Land of Is-
rael, the People of Israel, and
Faith of Israel."
Coming to Miami as guest
eaker at the dinner and to pre-
nt the coveted Israel Re-
. mption Year Award to Revitz
\ ill be the renowned U.S. states-
i an. Sen. Wayne Morse, noted
t'lampion of Israel.
Heading the committee for the
. nner are Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
itz, spiritual leader of Temple
Ienorah. who is honorary chair-
i an; Joseph Mansbach. dinner
, Kiirman; Louis Reinstein, co-
. lairman: Sol Frankel. chair-
i an of the Committee of Hosts;
I id Mrs. Elsie Belsky. chairman
i the Women's Committee.
A successful business execu-
' .e. Revitz has been prominent-
' identified with numerous com-
i unity causes. A native of Chi-
. 20. Revitz is a veteran of
World War II, having served
with distinction as director of re
habilitation at the Nichola Gen-
eral Hospital in Louisville, Ky.
Prior to coming to Miami, he
achieved a noteworthy record as
a community leader in Chicago,
and since taking up residence
in Miami with his family, he has
gained recognition as one of the
dynamic young civic leaders ot
the community.
Rabbi Abramowitz pointed out
that "since becoming president
of Temple Menorah. Revitz has
shown dynamic leadership in
Temple affairs and has exem-
plified devotion in every facet
of synagogue life. Under his
leadership, not only has Temple
Menorah membership gained,
but an enviable record of syna-
gogue activities has been achiev-
ed, climaxing in an outstanding
rebuilding program of the Tem-
ple.
"As dear as the Temple is to
him. the State of Israel and its
needs has always received his
devoted attention. He accepted
the role of leadership, serving
for the past two years as chair-
man of the Executive Commit-
tee for the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Organization. During
this period. Miami achieved the
position of outstanding Israel
Bond community in the world.
"An accelerated period of
Bond growth began in Miami
when Revitz accepted the chair-
manship of the annual Israel
Bond Dinner which highlights
the community's activities on be-
half of Israel. In recognition of
this unique service, coupled
with his devotion to his Temple
and to every worthy Jewish
cause, Mr. Revitz has won the
esteem and regard of his Tern
pie, the entire community and
the top leadership of the State
of Israel."
Chairman Mansbach and chair
man of the Host Committee Sol
Frankel expressed confidence
"that the dinner will be one ol
the most gratifying in the his
torv of Temple Menorah and be
a landmark ir. Greater Miami's
efforts for the State of Israel
through Israel Bonds
OfFER WHOLEHEARTED SUPPORT OF GALA FUNCTION
Distinguished Leaders Head Committee
SOI FRANKEL
A rosier of honor has volun-
-ered to head the Dinner Com-
, ,ittee to assure that the Temple
ienorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute
II be not only,
fitting honor j
i an esteemed
! o a d e r but a
. ratifying and
.yous event in
a life of the
" -inpie.
Heading the
I inner Commit-
tee are Rabbi
iayer Abram-
owitt, honorary
i lairman; Jos-
. ph Mansbach. dinner chairman:
louis Reinstein, co-chairman; Sol
rankel, chairman of the Com-
i littee of Hosts; Elsie Belsky.
i lairman of the Women's Com-
i littee for the dinner.
Serving as vice-chairmen are
ving Billig. Jack Bui stein,
Louis DeCoveny. Joseph Den-
I lark, Hon. Mai Englander. Hon.
: ernard Frank. Sam Fuchs.
amuel Graubart, Jack Koren-
lit. Jerry Lelchuk. Sam Malow,
Julius Resnick. Sam Schilfman.
I Sherman. Leonard Solomon
, ltd Charles Sommer.
Servin- on me Dinner Commit-
tee with them are
Mr. and Mrs. Pave Alper, Mr. and
Mrs Ben Alter. Ml. and Mr. AH*
Appel, Mr. an-1 Mr*. Capel Aclu-r.
Herman Belspel, Mm s..mi l..-lsky.
Mr. and Mm. Hyman Bera. r;
and Mrs. Morris C Berger, Mr. and
Mi.- Biamund Berlant. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Block, Mr. and Mm. Isador.
Blofstein, Mi. and Mr.- Aaron Blum,
Mr and Mrs, Sol Braa*r, Mr. mi'1
.Vis Joseph Bresroan, Mr. and Mrs.
William Breaaler, Bernard Brodaky.
Mi and Mi- Michael Bronateln,
Mr. hum Mr.-. Morrln Brownateln.
Mr- Fannie Bi dee. Mr. and Mi-
ll ,u, i' Coh n. Mr- and Mis. laa-
,...,,. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Co-
hen Mi-. Bonla r>anovlt, Mr. and
Mrs 'Hi" Diamond, Mr. and Mr.-.
laadore Drell, Mr. and Mr-. Hamnel
Edelsteln, Dr. Bernard Bhrenprels,
Mr and Mi-. Ban Elsenberg-, Mi
and Mi- I rank Elaman.
Mi and Mrs. Benjamin Ellas, Mr.
and Mrs. Isadora Epstein, Mr. and
Mr.. Sam Fildinan. Mr. and Mr*
Sam Hildst.in. Mr. and Mis. lllin.n
KVnster, Kuaen- Fenyves, Mi
Mrs Max Pern, Mr. and Mis. isi-
dore Fischer, I >i and Mrs. Jerald l"
Flshbeln, Mr. and Mrs. Qua Plsh-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Bol "rankel, Mr
and Mm, Murray M. Friedman, Mr.
and Mrs. Bolomon llewanter, Mr.
and Mr- Naii mi I Qlickman. Mi
and Mi Jalmn Goldemlx rg, Barnel
GoSS, Mr. and Mrs. S..I Gottlll b
Mr, and Mrs. Nathan Greenhouse,
Mi and Mis. Oscar Hecker, Mr. and
Mis. Daniel Neal Hellc v. Mm. Bi He
Hlrsch, Mr. and Mi.- Morris Hock,
Mi and Mrs. Nathan Hoffman, M
and Mrs. Banford I Jacobson, Mr
and Mi- Joseph Joselson, Mr. and
Mi- Louis A. Kata, Mr and Ml
Murray. Kern, Mr. and Mis Dnvlil
Kleiman, I". and Mrs. Simmiinl
Klein, Mi. and Mi- Marry .1.
Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Herman B
Konperman, M* and Mis. Joseph
Kornfleld, Mr. and Mr- Max Krausv
Mi. and Mis. Ben Lasarua, Mr.
and Mis. Kinanu.l LebowltS, Mr
and Mi- laaii- I------'""I' M] A
Mm Charles Llpklns. M ."id Mm
Nathan Malsh Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Manshai h, M- and Mm Max-
well Marks. Mr. and Mrs Jacob
Mats. Mi and Mrs A l.ouls Mch-
lowlta, Mr and Mm. Ihivid Miller,
Dr. and Mr- lack Mlshkln, Mr. and
Mrs Morry Nathanson, Judai
Mr-. Tli.....1..... Nelson. Mr and Mrs.
II. i man merman, Ml h nd art
Murray ornsteln, Mr and Mm
I'bert.....v leto
Mr. and Mr-. Bernard Passman,
Mr. and Mm. Jack B I'oplck, Mr,
anil Mi.-. Abraham Rablnowlta, Mr
and Mrs I.....la Reinstein, Mr. ami
Mr- Maurice Revlta, Mr. and Mm.
Lieher Rliurer, Mr. and Mm. I.......-
srd Rosen, Mr. and Mr-. Harry
enfeld, Mrs. I.,-.- Rubin, Mr.
Mrs. Maurice Sai'ian .Midi:.
Mrs. Albert II. Hapersteln, Mr
M: Edward .1. Hcheaffi Mi
Mrs Irvlna Schulman, Mr and
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Mrs.
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man. Mr.
mn. Mi
Abraham Selecoff, Mr and
Norman Shapiro
Mr and Mrs Rmanuel M Sllvtr-
ti In, Mr. ami Mi-. Max Si mm, Mi
ami Mrs Milton Sim;, i Mr. and
Mi- N. David Knyderiiinn, Mr ami
Mi.-. Herman Bolomon, Mi .'ml Mi-
Norman si imler, I n and Mi I '
Janiin I.. Ktelnbera, Mi ami Mrs,
Saul Btrai hman, Mr and Mm. l.o -
Mr and Mrs i. r > sib--
iml Mrs. Melvin A T i
..ml Mi il. nrj i ibi
Mrs. Saiah T nnenbaum, Mr. and
Mi Ben /.i"ii Tob) .
Mr and Mi- Morrb r.i-i. .\
ami Mm. Abraham I. L'slandei Mi
and Mrs. William I. Waller, Ml
ami Mrs. Jacob Wasserman, Mi ami
Mr Muni. .1 Well, Mi and Mrs.
Henry R. Welnsteln, Mi ami Mr-.
Isldor Welnst.-ln, Mi and Mrs
Loula .1 Wertlleb, in- ami Mrs
Lawrence A. Weston, Mr ami Mm.
Isldor. Wollowlck, Mr ami Mrs
David Wolowltz, Mr, and Mis I: i-
l.in Zerlllt, Mi : nd Mr.- Ii win Zn,-k-
ii man, Mr and Mi- Carl Zwerner.
Maurice Hevitz liett) is congratulated by Habbi Mayer Abram
owitz upon being named to receive the coveted Israel Re-
demption Year Award. The presentation will be made at the
Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute on Saturday eve-
ning, Oct. 26. at the Americana Hotel.
Sen. Wayne Morse
Due at Temple Fete
I s. Sen. Wayne Morse, emi-
nent statesman, orator and cham-
pion of human rights, will be
uiu'si -peak and present the cov-
eted Israel Redemption Year
Award to Maurice Hevitz at the
Temple Menorah-Israei Dinner
of Tribute on Saturday evening.
Oct. 26. at the Americana lintel
A ranking member of the pow-
erful Senate Foreign Relations
Committee. Sen. Morse is looked
upon with admiration for his
faithful and courageous stand on
vital issues affecting l/nited
States and Israel relations.
Throughout his years in the
U.S. Senate. Wayne Morse has
been distinguished for his inde-
pendence of mind and his iden-
tification with humanitarian prin-
ciples. He has steadily proved
himself a champion of the rights
of Israel in its struggle for peace
and economic security.
Host Committee Chairman Sol
Frankel noted that an opportun-
ity of porsonulh meeting with
Sen. Morse will be accorded to
dinner guests al a reception pre-
ceding the dinner
Elected as a Republican in
1944. he did not hesitate to cross
party line- to support measures
which he was convinced were in
the public interest. Keelecte I
as a Republican in 1950 lor a
second term ending in January.
1957, Sen. Min-r resigned from
the GOP in 1953 to become the
Joseph Mansbach (center), chairman of the
"Temple Menorah-Israei Dinner of Tribute, re-
ceives assurances of support of Temple and
c ommunity leaders. From left are Leonard
Solomon and Charles Sommer, members of
the Host Committee; Mansbach; Maurice
Revitz, guest of honor; and Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, Temple Menorah spiritual leader.
*u
StN. WAtHt MORSf
only Independent in the Senate
The following year, he joined tin
ranks of (he Democratic Part>
A leading spokesman in favoi
of Federal public power and
agricultural conservation pro
grams. Sen. Morse is a membei
of the following Senate Commil
tecs: Banking and Current-)
Foreign Relations; and District
of Columbia, of which be is s
Committee chairman.
Sen. Morse was for manj
years prior to his public service
a noted educator and legal ex-
pert.
In Israel, with Levi Eshkol, now Prime Minister. Maurice Revitz
pledged his own and the community's continued effort to as-
sure Israels economic growth through the Israel Bond pro-
gram. The tribute to Revitz is a reflection of recognition oi a
promise fulfilled. Proudly looking on (left) is Mrs. Revitz.


Friday, October 18. 1963
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Tory
Leaders
By MAX LERNER
Catholic Scholars Split on 'Deputy'
The Conservative Parly conference, which is usually an annual
hore. baa broken that hallowed British tradition and taken on a ten
sion of excitement. Three events in rapid-tire succession have given
the hue ma~s ol Tory delegates the dangerous and perhaps illusory
sense thai they might conceivably shape party and national history,
..ml broken the terrible scr.se ol entrapment they have had since the
1'rolumo case. One was the Prime Minister's illness and operation.
Ihe second WM the speed With which he announced that he would
have 10 resign, thus making way for a new man to lead the party
and country. The third, only a few hours alter Macmillan's move.
a> Lore: Hailsham's announcement that he was ready to "disclaim"
his peerage, thus promising a stiff fight for the succession.
Of tie three major contenders, there is little question that Rab
Butler has the inside track. The party functionaries are for him. and
while thi Cabinet (including Macmillam may not be avid for him,
liny find him more acceptable than they do Muulding, who is younger
.md les experienced, and Hailsham, who seems to retain the brand
nl ,th i averick Maulding cannot be counted out ot the struggle.
v excitement which Hailsham's move generated in the large
audience to which he had re-d a long speech makes him unmistakably
the mat I 'he conference itsell The tighl now will be Hailsham against
But U
O- the two, Butler mighf well make the better Prime Minister.
heated him cruelly ol his chance to lead the country when
Eden v.. lorced out and Macmillan succeeded him. He has been
ni; in the wings, but exactly lor that reason he has lost the
\fity His face is an owl's lace, but an owl who has seen
cvery'.h *g twice Since you leel that nothing new could surprise
feel also that he will offer nothing new. Thai would be a
t ndicap with which to face a Labor Party campaign under
: IVilson, with his intellectual energy and the promise he oilers
thai '-I i an release the stored up energy id the British nation.
Hailsham on the other hand would probably make the best ean-
(Iid.it( e Conservatives could offer against Wilson. He is a dra-
pure, with a flow of wit. a capacity for invective, a sense ot
(especially on TV), and with just enough of a dash of the
.in to make the whole mixture spicy. Moreover, as Mm
Science, he has dealt enough with science and technology
WiUon on that battlefield which he seems to have chosen as
ln o> i reserve
now he has the weighty men of the "'City.'" the Cabinet
;nicl thi Establishment again -t him Hut if he were to become the
choice i his party, the anti Establishment label might be an advan
lagi rai ler ti'.an a handicap in the election itself. His critics am.
enemier call hrm 'emotional.' but in the course of a conversation
with hi!1-, during* the better part ol an evening, I felt convinced that
he h;.s the capacity (which Krushchev has as well) of expressing
his emotions when it suits him to, and ol controlling them when th>
on calls for control. All of which makes him something of an
vcr\ much of a politician
hi., ham has little to lose by his bid for power. If the con.
lercnci could decide the question it would probably pick up. But
Ihe I -h political system is a thing of wonder, which operate- in
atmosphere where nothing is exactly fixed or tightly nailed
down ["he men behind th" scene who will do the actual choosing.
:he Queen on her formal choice, are unlikely to take Hail
it it lUitler leads the part) to (in electoral deteat. as is high
l.v likct- the fact of Hailsham's dramatic bid lor the leadership wil
. a strong contender for leadership in the election after the
i
ime point the Conservatives will have to make up their
\ parts without a leader is like an attractive woman with-
Mil i. an of her own. She may seem interesting, wayward, moody
' it deep within she feels insecure to a point of despair. The
1 arty, which usually had an ideolog] without a chief, has
..Ned one and found the other The Conservatives have usual-
I) lac k- an ideology but hail a chief. They are for the moment
either. That is why the Labor Parts conference at Scarbor-
ough had the smell of power edged with hunger. Here at Blackpool
Iheri i .i desire to retain power, but it i- edged with uncertainty and
e Tone-, like most people, can stand disappointment and
even di -(it, but they cannot stand uncertainty.
T' have carried England In the Fifties and earl) Sixties through changes
and society whichif they had been accomplished under a
Labor governmentwould be called revolutionary.
Bui they do not have the capacity for reaching the people
themselves with any sense of the meaning of those changes. Their
' 1 one of ability but one ol imagination. What Harold Wilson
' Scarborough speech was to evoke Ihe vision "i a possible
' racietj that can move radicallj beyond what Churchill and
were able to achieve Thus far no one at Blackpool has
succeed! d in evoking a similar vision Maybe Hailsham could do it.
Continued from Page 1-A
cal sponsored by the Thomas More
Association, a Catholic lay group.'
Dr. Alexander charged the
playwright edited, in 1*59, a new
edition "of the anti-Semitic and
anti-Catholic writings and draw-
ings" of the satirist Wilhelm
Bosch, who died in 1908. That
was the year, according to Dr.
Alexander, in which the play-
wright started his research for
"The Deputy."
Dr. Alexander wrote that Mr.
Hotchhuth included, with approv-
al, in the new edition of Busch's
works many anti-Semitic passages.
He cited one which read: "And
the Jew with crooked heel' Crook-
ed nose and crooked legs. Fully
corrupted and devoid of soul'
Wriggled his way to the Stock
Exchange."
Dr. Alexander's conclusion was
that "the editor of the Busch writ-
ings" had clearly demonstrated
"that Nazi hatred of Jews, of Jes-
uits, of the Vatican and of Cath
olicism. which he must have ab-
sorbed in his cub days in Hitler's
youth organization, has obviously
stunted his growth toward intel-
lectual, moral and political matur-
ity."
Dr. Z:ihn wrote that "the over-
riding historical fact that cannot
be denied and .should not be ig-
nored" was that "the leading
spokesmen of the Catholic Church,
in Germany and in Rome, per-
mitted themselves to he maneuv-
ered into position wnere the Church
could become a silent witness to
ewocidc." Or. Kalin declared
that the playwright's "most ser-
ious error" in his play was in plac-
ing all the blame for the "fail-
ure" of the Catholic Church in
not issuing a punuc protest against
the Nazi murder factories person-
ally on the late Pontiff.
Dr. Zahn also asserted that
the playwright failed to give
sufficient consideration to the
possibility that a public con-
demnation by Pope Pius might
have brought persecution of
Catholics in Nazi-occupied coun-
| tries as a "final act of paranoid
retaliation" by the Nazis.
However. Dr. Zahn concluded,
after making allowance for these
considerations, the principal foun-
dations on which the playwright's
1 thesis rests "are established."
, He said these theses were: tirst,
' "Pope Pius XII did not issue a
public protest against the murder
factories" and second, "he did
I know of their existence and had,
in fact, been the object of re-
peated appeals that he make such
, a protest." Dr. Zahn added that
In agreed with the playwright
that the Pope should have pro-
1 tested.
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Twenty-live were overturned and
six broken at the Rodef Sholom
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Sam Widlansky. president of
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Rahbl
3UO*TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avo.
Orthodox. Rbbi Isaac Ever.
it i v 5:45 1>.H. Kuuir ^ raven: "JuaaiamA Religion ..f AC-
n. Bar Mltivabj Nell Oarry, sot)
. -.Mr :.n.l M- Henry Taylor. I p.m.
'union >f lli' We ek*"
,-MSME EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Joseph Picus, pres-
tent.
--- ----
EETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
,l:,s 6 |>.n >'.itur : < < Oar
txw.h: K. in. Hi LUtvM, BOB >: Mr,
l Mrs, Hi ar I ikaaabersT.
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L 5-TH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
;.icbi Solomon Schiff.
BOTH EMETH VEHUDAH MOSHE.
3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
fine. ,
May 8:13 r'" Series: "Oilnndox,
navrvatlve, I: form anil R.....nutrue-
iii-:- .in liiinu Satui itn.s K: i". a.m.
-r Mitavah: Normnii, boh -Mr
- Simon '.'>'" -i

CANDLMGMING TIMt
30 Tishri 5:31 p.m.
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabb
Herbert Biumgard, Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Ii.,l:i\ SO [' ni S.imoli Th !:>-
,linr.-ni.nl- in A.lllll ReHstksn."
.1% 11:13 a.m. Bar Mllxvah
on ,.r .Mi .-in-1 Mraj Stanley
AOIer.
ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kron'sh
Cantor David Conviser.
|-ii,l;i\ 8:1J I'.'" Si-rnii.n: "Major 1*
...,,. Con.ranMttK R*-IIkIom Saiurda>
11:43 u.m. Ititr Mitavah: Robert, -"< -Kri'tnv
.r Mi. nnil Mi*. Charles) Silvern.
8755 SW 16th St Miami.
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday -<< pan. Sataroay *M a.m.
luir Mltcvah: i:i.k>. son ol -Mi. anffl
.Mrs. I' RaMae,
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Ran
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
p.m. Harmon: '"Our Ivory
Tuatra." Baturda>
van: Richard. -"'
Irvtna Denmark
11 Mill.
..i Mr
M l/.-
uiul Mm.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei. ; TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
How !">' Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rauo
9r,l

HOLLY
Reform
ETH ISRAEL 400 Prairie ave. Or
-hodox. Rabbi H. Loois Rottman.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
,i Rabbi Samuel Jafle.
r*rlda> 8:13 p.m. Film an I'AHC um-
in.i rHini) in Cleveland, Ga., "ill be
Ml,.ii and |Kin4 dux-uswion will be
pi ,->< ni.-ti ditiittK the soolaJ hour.
EETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ive. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Ida} 5:43 p.m. Haturda) S:S0 a.m. ,
mon: "> If-l'i i nation."
EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
iu;i\ :..r. um. Saturday B:43 a.m.
Hnoa: "We Deetroji Ounu
in. "Hoi I loll "i Law." 5: it. p.m.
ha Flood."
EETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
>ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or- '
hodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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EETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zlon Kirschen-
oaum.
u:--'k.> 8 r in. Bar Mitavah: OH-
ii. sou ni' Mi and Mm. Earle Risen-
rif. PVIday 8 3-1 p in. Baa Mttavali:
/leu. dawxhter itf Mi and Mra. Abra-
m Schorr. Saturday v l" a.m. Mar!
Uvah: Kenneth, aon "i Mr .-11111
-!. Jack Olofrer; Mare, son of Mr
d Mr.--. Seymour Zackhelm.
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
braham Strassfeld.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE- ;
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lcmer.
1 idiiy IM 11.111 Sermon: "The Hid- ,
n Balnta." Saturday KSe a.m. liar I
tsvah: Leslie Allen, aon ol Mr. ami
.\! noid tJplvaok.
F-LAGLER GRANADA. 50 lW 5st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg.
Way 8sN p.m. Sermon: "Oreai He-
.- 01 Jawiah l.ii' rature N',- mean-
rs of the congregation and It-
us Sohool Btudenta with Oetobei
I j-thdaya will be honored. Mr and
rs. Harold bi umpf will hoal the
.-iT Bnabbnt i'i celebraflBn ni ihfir
. id i\,-ddin-- n itveraar>'<
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree!
Ir. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
grata.
e DLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201 i
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah !
Heilbraun.
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1RAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
T. Swirsky Cantor Louis Cohen.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Idaj 5:45 p.m Saturdaj B:3o a.m.
NESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lelirfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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CHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
T3UTHWEST CENTER. 6433 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
..... 1 M Bi rmon: "Fli ort
Btl r.- SatU n 9 .1 in liai Mill-
\ 1I1: Mark, win "i Mr and Mr a. Bld-
\ S ha 1111 >
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
i.ln 8:13 11 The 11 in- n who ;
ir-- .t<-d the Sanctuar) In Hnie foi
. High Hi '< "ill I" Imi.....'I
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstruetionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Barinon: "tMima Ad-
vice in ni Rnbbl Ma than." Satorda>
laiHa a.m. Sermon: "Who iv ,1 Ki>;hi-
eoun Person?" Mr* Norman Jacobs
will hoal tin- Kidduah.
Iday s:3(l p 11 H rmon:
V..u Hate <.....Inean?" 1 mi. u Shabbal
uHted 1.1 SlHierhoud. Saturdaj 11:80
1.111. Youlli service.
1EMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmar Cantor Hirsh Adler.
1 rldaj '. p in. H llurdaj a.m. .-.11
honor a 'i l-ehi man'- 2( tli annl-
v. raar> "iili Ihe consreaatlon. Sei -
.....n. "Kn anu-r.l and 1 An Annlver-
m.h MeRaaRe." Baa Mltxvali robl,
daughter < Mi. and Mr* ii i Ing 1 !r-
tel
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. R.ibbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bomstem.
h'rlda) :i*. p.m Sermon: "Whnl Ihe
Kriiiah Clergyman Told I'rlnceaa Anna
\i.....1 > \ "
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca'
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
1 ii.i.i.i 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Ioomed to
1 .^ in......11 Saturdaj IO:ao a.m. Bar
Mltxvah: Michael, son of Mr. and Mra.
Alfred Bokol.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ISO
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Hyman Gi-ces
Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. r-
i: "Weeklj ['"rtlon ol the Ln.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 ZamoQ -
Rabbi Herschel Broeka. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
Friday 1:11 P"'- Bennon: "Family
and Harriagre." Saturday 8:4> a.m.
Sermon: "Noah waa Righteoua In lii
r n.i.iiiiin."
TEMPLE ZiON. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
I i nl n u.iu- Satul'iUiy ""> Si i -
mon: "Can tou Realal Public Opln-
li.n?" Bar Mlnvah: Brian, son of Mr.
..ml Mra. Louis Oroaaman.
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T1FERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Weriiick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
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YOUNG ISRAct. Orthodox Habbi Sherwln Stauber.
i li.i.n 5:80 p.m. Saturday 9 a-m. Ber-
,, n: "Kilp < '' >'-"
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase i TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
United Synagogue Prepares
To Celebrate Half-Century
By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
Southeast Florida Region
United Synagogue of America
On Nov. 17 to 21, the United
Synagogue of America will cele-
brate the fiftieth anniversary of
its founding by Solomon Schech-
ter. Almost two thousand dele-
gates representing 750 congrega-
tions in the United States and
Canada will meet to discuss the
theme, "The Legacy of Solomon
SchechterVision and Fulfil-
ment." A unique feature of the
convention, to be addressed by
Prof. Louis Finkelstein, chan-
cellor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will be a
series of "conventions-within-
the-convention," during which
experts on adult Jewish educa-
tion, synagogue schools, youth
education, and synagogue admin-
istration will meet for intensive
instruction with synagogue lead-
ers. A special "Laboratory for
Leaders" will concern itself
specifically with the problems of
congregations of 250 families on
less.
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Solomon Schechter was not
only a brilliant scholar, (his
world-wide reputation was made
as a result of his discovery of a
great many ancient manuscripts
in a Cairo synagogue), and a
superb university president, (he
served as president of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America from 1902 until his death
in 1915) but he was endowed with
the imaginative wisdom needed
to project all that had to be done
to secure the creative survival of
the Jewish way of life in our
country.
RABBI ALIEN RUTCHIK
return 10 the woy
In 1913. he organized the Unit
ed Synagogue of America.
Twenty-two congregations re-
sponded to his call. Fifty years;
later. 760 congregations, repre-
senting the living legacies of
Schechter's work, minister to-,
over one million men. women,
and children. Schechter's fore-;
sight has borne sweet fruit and
today, as we celebrate the Jubi-
lee, we echo the Biblical injunc-
tion. "And ye shall sanctify the
fiftieth year And ye shall
return each man to his posses-'
sions." (Lev. 25:10).
We. in the United Synagogue.
are indeed sanctifying the 50th
year as we turn to the most prec
ious of all possessions, our Jew-
ish way of life.
Youth Forum Will Be Held Here
Department of Florida, Jewish j
War Veterans, in addition to its j
traditional Veterans Day activi-
ties, will sponsor on Nov. 11 its
third annual Youth Forum, ac-
cording to Senior Vice Command-
er Ainslee R. Ferdie.
Among participants already
scheduled is Edmund Gong, State
Representative from Dade Coun-
ty, a past leader of Boys' State
and Boys' Nation. He will speak
en "Opportunities for Leadership
Among Young Americans."
Donald E. Stone, Assistant
United States Attorney, and
chairman of the Coral Gables
Planning Advisory Commission,
will speak on "Opportunities for
Service Among Young Ameri-
cans."
Bill Elfenbein. international
Social Awareness Chairman forj
AZA and Florida Regional coor-i
dinator of the B'nai B'rith Youth j
Organization, will report on his
recent trip to the World Jewish!
Youth Conference in Israel in a I
presentation of "An American!
Boy's View of Israel."
Serving on the Arrangements
Committee is Hononary Chairman
and Department Trustees Izzy
Karp and Department Patriotic
Instructor John Howard. Repre-
senting the Ladies' Auxiliary is
Senior Vice President Rhoda
Deutsch, of Hollywood.
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Mesivta to Get iDr- Wolfson is Speaker
Sefer Torah From
Students Sunday
First dedication of Sefer Torah by Mesivta
students shows front row bottom (left to right)
^George Sternstein, Thomas Goldring, Rabbi
lorris L. Horovitz, principal, Edward Zemel,
Nathaniel Wouk. Shlomo Caplan, Sidney
Streicher. Top row (left to right) are Joel Korn-
reich, Bernard Lipman, Irving Jacobv, Ken-
neth Wo'.f, Randy D. Makovsky. William Ber-
man.
\.A. Jewish Papers Praise Verwoerd
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
four South African Jewish
hcoklies do voted editorials this
I'c'k to the situation following Is-
Vael's decision not to replace its
.Minister to South Africa and the
.-peech by South African Prime
[Minister H. F. Verwoerd, in re-
ply to Israel's action. Each paper
|expressed appreciation that the
Prime Minister clearly recognized
IE. J. Schealfer and Associates
[Advertising Agency announ-
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3s a vice president and ac-
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Bci.ipvements, formerly oper-
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s for seven years. A
fliami resident for 26 years,
iuiwitz has been active in
fiv:c and cultural affairs. He
esently a member of the
[ la Development Com-
mission Arts Board. Dade
ounty Young Democrats
'lub and A!oha Delta Sig-
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that Israel is alone responsible for
its decision, and urged that there
should be no attempt to blame
the Jews of South Africa or stir'
up anti-Jewish feelings.
The "Zionist Record," organ of
the S.A. Zionist Federation, said I
that while Israel's decision "will
be viewed with regret as a further!
sign of the deterioration of the!
excellent relations which once
existed between this Republic and j
Israel," there were "grim practi-
cal reasons which have forced Is-
rael to align herself with the Afro-
Asian states at the UN on the
luestfon of South Africa." The
paper welcome I "the fine state-
ment by the Prime Mmister." in
drawing the necessary distinction
between Israel and South African
Jewry and setting hi> face against
any growth of anti-Jewish feel-
ing.
The "Jewish Herald," Revi-
sionist mouthpiece, said that
while it was recogniied that Is-
rael was "in a special position
in regard to all forms of differ-
entiation between peoples on
racial, religious, social and poe-
tical grounds, historic experi-
ence shows that, in today's world,
governments send envoys to coun-
tries to suit their convenience
and not necessarily because
they agree with their internal
policies. The Jewish commun-
ity of South Africa deeply re-
grets the latest developments
and the strain in relations be-
tween the two countries," and
was appreciative of the under-
standing Dr. Verwoerd had
shown and his warning against
anti-Semitism, the paper declar-
ed.
The 'Southern African Jewish
Times" i independent i said: "Is-
rael, concerned with her survival.
has ailed in a way that has caus-
ed embarrassment to the South
African Government. Israel has
been actuated by her problems Of
survival. Rut it would be mail-
euiiis to suggest that human prin-
ciples did not enter into it. It
can. in fact, be said that with
their past history, no other course
was possible for a Jewish State."
The paper agreed with Dr. Ver-
woerd that it was no fault of
South African Jewry's, and ex-
pressed appreciation for bis warn-'
tag against anti-Semitism.
The "Afrikaner Yiddish Zci-,
hmg" i independent), while wcl-j
coming the Prime Minister's warn-[
ing against anti-Semitism, said
this also had its disturbing impli-
cations, because it implied that
there was a strong clement which
would be anti-Semitic if given the
green light, and that only the re
straint exercised by the Govern-
ment contained that element.
Mesivta Senior High School of
Greater Miami. 1021 Biarritz Dr.,
will be presented with its first
Sefer Torah by students of the
school.
Dedication will be held Sunday
evening at the Mesivta at 7:."J0 p.m.
The following students will be
honored by their parents:
-'Billy Berman, Shlomo Caplan,
Thomas GolrVing, Irving Jacoby,
Joel Kornreich, Bernard Lipman,
Randy Makovsky, George Stern-
stein, Sidney Streicher, Ken-
neth Wolf, Nathaniel Wouk, Ed-
ward" Zemel.
The Mesivta is the only yeshiva
high school south of Baltimore.
Md Primary objective of the
school is to develop the total per-
sonality of the student and to pre-
pare Mm with a well-rounded edu-
cation based on the teachings of
the Torah.
General Studies Department
I prosram consists of F.nglish.
mathematics, science, Hebrew,
modern forcien language, and phy
I sical education. Students are pro-
vided with comfortable dormitor-
ies and receive all meals on the
premises.
''Curriculum and subject units
of "the Mesivta Senior High
School are designed so that grad-
uates will be well-qualified' to
meet the entrance requirements
of the finest colleges and uni-
"The Strength of the Bmotii
will, be discussed by Dr. Abral.
Wol'fson, director Of the Spit-
Forum for adult education, n
Thursday morning. 10:30 a.m.,
the Washington Federal Audi
mm, 1234 Washington Avc. CV
man is H. D. Ka.cn
Workmen's Circle
Concert to Fete
National Leader
Jacob T. Zuckerman, nati' 1
I president of Workmen's Cii
1 will be honored at -1 banquet
1 conceit on Saturday evening.
i the Balmoral Hotel.
The program ha* been arr.
I ed under the leadership of M. f.
1 Chonin and Mrs. Sidney Fcldn .,
1 of the North Dade-Broward Ct 1-
I ty Workmen's Circle Branch.
Featured will be Lillian Pi
(violin, and Frieda Feldman, ii
I performance of Symphonic Esv, J-
1 nole. by Lalo; Frieda Feldm 1,
I piano, and Gary Lampert, 12, E
r.nd piano. Piano Concerto in '-
Major, by Haaydn; and Fri' 1
Feldman, piano, and June Gilt)
second piano, Piaii'j Concerto I
' A Minor. Grieg.
versifies, said Rabbi Morris L.
Horovitx, principal of the scho: .
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross is
I president of Mesivta. Supplenv -
I ing the tuition income for t le
l school arc fund-raising activit ;
I of the Women's Mesivta. a gri '
I of-300 members led by their* pres.
ident. Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsk-
SEAGRAMS IMPORTED
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Continued from Pago 1-A
"struck up new friendships" with
the USSR and France. He stressed
that the United States was aware
of his views and added that Jordan
had "no right" to ask the United
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Friday. October 18. 1963
500 Pay Tribute to Ansin at Israel
Bond Dinner Sunday at Doral Beach
wide cross-section of civic, reli-
gious and business leaders honor-
ed Ansin at the Temple Beth
Sholom-Israel Dinner of Tribute at
the Doral Beach Hotel.
Leading the tribute was Israel
Ambassador Katriel Kaetx, who
Paying tribute to Sidney D.
Ansin and responding to an appeal
by Rabbi Leon Kronish, members
of Temple Beth Sholom and other
friends and admirers of Ansin
purchased S317.5O0 in State of Is-
rael Bonds last Sunday night.
Some 500 persons, including a1
presented the- Im-mI Redemption
Year Award to Ansin. In mak-
ing the presentation. Ambassa-
dor Kaetx lauded him for hi*
role on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds.
The Redemption Year Award
was presented to Ansin for his part
in helping to make Miami "one of
the foremost Israel bond communi-
ties in the world."
A highlight of the evening was
the kindling of a 15-branched Men
orah in celebration of Israels 15th
anniversary in a ceremony con-
muted by Rabbi Kronish.
Taking part in the ceremony
were A. C. Fine, torch bearer;
Max Weitz. who kindled the pilot
iight; Ronald and Edmund Ansin.
BOOS of Mr. and Mrs. Ansin; James
M Albert, president of Temple
Beth Sholom; Mrs. Selma Oritt,
William Agranove. Joseph Ash.
Abram Baker. Nathan Darsky.
Jonas Brotman. Leon Ell. Paul
Gordon. Ben Markowitz. Ben Rim-
er. Max Rosen, Ralph Spero and
Harold Zinn.
Chairman of the dinner was
Louis F. Snetman. Other program
participants included Seymour
Silverman, William Bornstein and
Philip Rosenberg.
Special greetings were extended
by Leonard Ro the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
Ambassador Kaetz. in making
the presentation to Sidney Ansin,
said. "You who are here lonighl
are not merely shareholders bul
full partners in a task which we,
confront."
The Ambassador noted that
"what preoccupies us at the
time i*-wot -how wmUr W+ hav*
successfully accomplished. It is
whet remains to b* achieved.
Being only in her toons, Isrool
does not have a sufficient back-
log of savings as have other
countries. Therefore, until we
are developed and prosperous
enough to accept short-term
credit, we need investment capi-
tal on better terms for longer
peirods of timesuch as Israel
Bonds."
NAURISON UNVEILING
Tli<- Dedication of a Monument
!> rite Memory of the La if
EDITH L. NAURISON
mil late place
Sunday, Oct. 20th, at 11 a.m.
at Mt. Nebe Cemetery
with
Rdhbi Norman Shapiro officiating.
Mr. N.itm-nii i- survived by I'Cr
daughter, Muriel Naurison, and
her mother. Mr?. Eva Recce.
The Ambassador stressed that
Israel must continue to exparw"-*
its economy in order to absorb '
tens of thousands of new immi-
grants in the coming decade.
Sidney D. Ansin, civic, business and Israel Bond leader, re-
ceives a Redemption Year Award from Israel Ambassador
Katriel Kaetz at a dinner Sunday niqht at the Doral Beach
Hotel. The dinner was held under auspices of Temple Beth
Sholom in honor of Ansin and on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds.
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In Memorv of my
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ESSIE BERGMAN
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Reader Warns Reducing Magic
Won't Do on Religious Page
dren of Beth Sholom Religious School bring their Sukkoth
est offerings to a recent service at the Temple. At Thanks-
:.:: time, the canned goods will be turned over to North
::. Elementary School and sent to needy families as gifts.
;:ig-standing Beth Sholom tradition is supervised by the
le's director of education. Herbert C. Bloom. Left to right
Howard Segal, Mark Postelnek, Charles Abbott, Violet
, and Ray Granoff.
Intensive Courses At Beth Torah
f
- in the intensive pro-
adult education being
i on Oct. 22 by Beth Torah
i on have been formu
Rabbi Max A. LipwhiU,
.1 Glttleson, education
Dr Maurice I.aszlo. chair-
0 adult education mm-
[i and committee members.
Shteir and Mrs. Edwin

Mrs
On .
to 10:5\
Institt
hi lie
'
-d;iy mornings, from 9:30 .
.. m the Women's Adult
will otter three courses, |
ew: beginners, intcrmedi-.
...h anced.
Tin i morning forums, from
on, will be conducted by
ipschitz, who will discuss
'Ores Jewish Personalities."
In iition to the regular class-
first Tuesday in each
II feature a brunch iol-
lowed by a guest speaker. Theme
will be "Contemporary Jewish
Life."
Also being initiated is a business
and professional men's luncheon
for the first and third Tuesday of
every month from noon to 1:30
p.m. Rabbi Lipschitz and guest
speakers will deliver talks on time-
ly topics pertinent to Judaism.
Following late services the first
Friday of each month, congrega-
tion members will participate in
monthly forum discussions led by-
Rabbi l.ipechitz.
In addition, the College of Jew
ish Studies, sponsored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education in co-
operation with all North Dade
synagogues, will be held every
Thursday night at Beth Torah be
ginning Oct. 24.
Gov. Bryant
Appoints Two
Two Miami Beach civic leaders
i this week were named by Gov.
Farris Bryant to three-year terms
[on the Florida State Commission
on Aging.
Metro Commissioner Harold B.
Spaet was appointed to represent
the Fourth Congressional District.
Michael Sossin, ot the Black-
stone Retirement Hotel, was ap-
pointed to represent the Third Con-
gressional District. He is chair-
man of the board ot the Civic
League o( Miami Beach and pres-
ident of the Temple Emanu-EI
Brotherhood.
The two local men were among
the 12 initial appointees announced
by Gov. Bryant to the Commission,
which became operative under .
legislation adopted during the 1963 |
session of the Florida Legislature.
Leaders Hail Adenauer
C:--inued from Page 1-A

I
.Id. perhaps, not have
to enforce, over the
of many of his col-
en of the cabinet, the
Agreement. Without
1 incepts of his policy.
have been able to
sence, against the ad-
o( in- financial ad-
lallj Ins then Finance
p large scale demands
any in behalf of
Jewish world-or-
Rather, he would
11 i oil cheaper."
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lauded Dr. Adenauer's herculean
effort to extingui.-h a blotch on
the escutcheon of Germany." In
that context, said Klutznick, "it
has been an ennobling experience
to come to understand and to ap-
preciate the full depth of hi* in
i.cr conviction thai the world has
i'i place for bigotry and prejudice,
let alone crueltj as a meal's Oi
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Friday, October ^
Capitol Snotliaht: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Right Wing Publication Launches Smear of Jews on Camp
a* *^ _j :- -> ,iYori:\l issue ot the were raised In .u. .
US
' Washington
THE -re-
spect-
able" right
has launch-
ed a smear
attack o n
Amen can
Jewish col-
lege stu-
dents throughout the country
in the guise of a study ot
-
political and religious atti-
tudes. A so-called -survey"
concluded that on the cam-
pus the Jewish religion was
in advanced "decay-" and
that most Jewish youths
were apostates, atheists, and
radicals.
Braudeis University was
singled out lor special treat-
ment in the pseudo-scientific
"survey" of student attitudes
toward polities and religion
Other school- "studied" were
Boston University, Sarah
Lawrence, Sputa Carolina.
Williams. Mow aid. Vale.
Reed. Marquette. Davidson.
Indiana, and Stanford.
The allegedly objective in-
vestigation ol political. and
religious beliefs wm con-
ducted by the Educational
Reviewer, inc.. and publish-
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN
Only Rabbi's View is Carping
"HE RELIGIOUS PRESS IN
AMERICA. By Martin Mar-
ty, John Deedy, Jr., David
Siiverman, and Robert Le-
kachman. 184 pp. New York:
Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
$4.00.
IT is estimated that church-
' related journalism in Amen
a has a circulation of almost
10 million. This book is the
rst lengthy study of the reli-
-ious press: what constitutes
, who reads it and why. what
"s special services include, and
' e character of its lacks and
strengths.
Martin E. Marty Is a Luther-
n minister and associate edi-
r of "The Christian Ceatury."
. s well as the author of three
Higious books. His article on
ie Protestant press is infor-
mative and seems exceptional-
well researched and judi-
ious. John G Deedy. Jr..
ditor of "The Pittsburgh Cath-
olic." wrote on the Catholic
ress. with extremely forth-
:ight attention to problems of
:reedom from clericalism and
the need for a "theologically
sensitive" Catholic journalism.
Robert Lekachman, professor
i economics at Barnard and a
nember of the study commis-
sion on Religion and the Free
Society, en;'s the book with a
i .iperb article on "The Secular
-is of the Religious Press."
narked by disappointment in
ic lack of a "clear religious,
"ote in the public dialogue" in
ie religious journals, and by
an acute analysis of "Common-
iry as generally an instance
f religious irrelevance" which
eems to demonstrate little
> .mnection between Judaism
: nd contemporary issues.
With three-fourths of the book
I) admirably acquitted, it is
isturbing to find David Wolf
SUverraan's contribution on
The Jewish Press: A Quadri-
ngual Phenomenon" a unilin-
.ual phenomenon of apparent
^norance and trivia, carping
n tone, as "aimless and irrele-
ant" itself as his view of the
English-Jewish press. Rabbi of
The Conservative Synagogue ol
Jtiverdale, New York, and one-
.me managing editor of "Unit-
ed Synagogue Review," David
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READING.
Siiverman seems intent on cast-
ing brickbats about him accord
ing to some esoteric prejudices
of his own, with the result that
he leaves the uninformed read-
er as uninformed as before, and
the informed one simply seeth-
ing.
Errors of emphasis vie with
those of omission. Item: in an
article of some 47 pages. Rab-
bi Siiverman devotes 17 to the
Yiddish press. 12 to the "de-
nominational press." (including
congregational bulletins and
rabbinical journals1, and a slap-
dash four-and-a-half pages to
the "a-denominational week
lies'* of which he obviously
knows nothing.
Errors of fact run neck and
neck with those of judgment.
Item: that the denomination-
al quarterlies, lay and rabbinic,
are the proper forums" !' air
the "explosive question" ol
who among the organizations
should speak i >r the Jewish
community, "for the a-denomi-
national press is timid and ap
prehensive when it comes lo
i'ii-. issue "
In short, while some "t his
criticisms are justil you
throw enough stones you're
bound to hit somethingthe
whine i- so prolonged Bnd the
focus so often on trivia that it
is difficult to give credence to
any of the opinions the author
expresses, especially when so
much ot the article is tailored
to fit Ihem as Ihej were pre
viousK conceived,
UN Listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
Arab Refugees Have Top
Interest in Ongoing Chans
JNITED NATlONS-it is possible thai many
** members oi the United Sates Senate
as well as others in the House and even in the
Washington Administrationmay well have
learned something new when, recently. Sen
Ernest Greening, ol Alaska, brought in a pro-
Dosal affecting the operati ns ol the L'nited
Nation* Relief and Woiks Agencj i r Pales
ine Refugees.
Mosl people in the U.S. Governmenl know
that the U.S.A. has consistently paid 70 per cent oi the cosl
of helping the Arab refugees under the Jurisdiction ol I N'RWA
What many did not knowalthough it is no news to the I S
delegation at the United Nationsis what Sen Greening dis-
closed. He reported that 99 per cent ol the people employed
by the I'NTSUA arc themselves Arab refugees He prop
that, instead of employing the refugees, a "peace corps" type
oi servicing the refugees be established.
What's wrong with the fact thai U.NRWA employs Arab
refugees? After all. it is good social welfare doctrine to make
work for Ihe recipients ot aid. No one argues with thai prin-
ciplein general. But. in the case ol the \rab refugees, there
are very heavy doubts about the validity of applying this
principle.
First of allhow many refugees are employed bj 1 N'RWA
The figures to be cited must be tho.se for the year end
June 20. 1962, since UNRWA's latest report, for the year end
ing June 1963. was not as yet ready when this was being writ-
ten. As of June 30. 1962. then, U.NRWA had a total of 11651
employes; of that total, 11,649 were -locally employed"mean-
ing they were themselves refugees
One must break those figures down to see their real
meaning. UNRWA had employed a total of 5,353 persons in
eJucaUonal and trainuig facilities in the camps located in
Gaza. Jordan. Syria and Lebanon. Of the total, onlj 50 were
"international personnel "all the rest were relugees
What kind of education would be taught-a is solon
might askby the 5,353 Arab refugee teachers and vocational
and training personnel? Would anyone in his right mind ex-
pect those teachers to tell their children that the Arab refugee
problem is a political football used by the Arab rulers to keep
hosilities alive on Israel's borders? These teachers are Dart
of the administration. We-meaning the U.S.A.-are paving
their salaries to help them teach hostility to a member-state of
the United Nations, a state with whom the L'.S.A. itself hat th..
friendliest relations. "ds ,he
One hard nut that has never been cracked revolves around
the charges made frequently, and supported by UNRWA's own
statistics, showing that the registration procedures are to sav
the least, "loose." Many thousands of dead people are still
on the registration rolls; no holder of an UNRWA ration card
ever gives up the card But in the UNRWA section deal,"
with registration and basic subsistence, only seven are non
refugees-while 416 are refugees. Would anyone expect these
416 to cancel the ration card of any other refugee-
ed in a special i-sue of the
National Review." a right-
wing journal of opinion.
An attempt as made to
equate Jews as a group with
the extreme socialism and
atheism of the left. Copies
of the "study" are flooding
the academic community.
Officials of B'nai B'rith Hil-
lei Foundation repudiated
the accuracy of the alleged
tindings.
ine purported scientific
evaluation disclosed no in-
formation as to the numbers
ot students polled at each
school or other vital criteria.
The purpose of the "Na-
tional Review" appeared in
the spreading of a notion that
adherence to rigid causer
vatism and religious dogma
meant partriotism while lib
eralism and the inquiring
mm equalled subversion,
The "survey" made such
in, conclusions a s
Jewish students tend to be
less anti-Communist than
Christian students' and that
"socialism is strongest
among non-believers, Jews,
and Negroes, in that order "
Depicting a "Judaism in
decay." the so-called study
claimed it discovered "large-
scale defections" from Ju la-
ism on the campus, It went
so far as to allege that there
had been a rate of 100 per
cenl "Jewish apostasy'" at
Marquette University m Mil-
waukee, a Jesuit school.
At Sarah Lawrence, a
women's college with high
academic standing, it was
alleged that "over 55 per
cent Of Jewish-raised stu-
dents have apostasiaed"
while the apostasy rate at
Williams was put at 49 per
cent. And "even at predom-
inant l\ Jewish Brandeis, 37
per cent of Jewish-raised
students are no longer form-
ally affiUated with Juda-
ism
At Brandeis, "where ihrei
quarters ol the student body
Between You and Me:
were raised in the .),,,
taith. pretiseU
"* P>t cent
of all stu.enls M,,u ""
with the Judaic .oncepuV
of a benevolent
"n'"ilio;fn,
God.
It was claimed that
Sarah Lawrence, when Ii
per cent -of the ,-tudeni bo*
come from a Judaic baj
ground" not a single studem
agreed to a Jewish lm.clM
of a supreme being.
The conclusion, Ameri-
can liberal arts college,
with the sole m-puun oi
Roman Catholic < ollege,
tend to debilitate the rtl
gious convictions of ifor
students atudeoli raised
as Jews tend to abandon the
basic tenets ol their [am,
regardless of what kind oi
college they attend"
Claiming a "general r
n c tion of Judaism by Je.
ish students." the pull sa.d
that Zionism was repudiat-
ed and that even at Brandeis
only 17 per cent .it student;
regarded Israel as a nation,
al Jewish home
Seventy per cent of Bran-
deis students were repre-
sented as having no religion*
objections to birth control,
extramarital intercourse.
homosexuality, premari-
tal intercourse, divorce, and
legalized abortion
It was claimed that 79 per
cent of Brandeis students
the largest proportion on
any campus polledbelieved
members of the I'ommunis
Party should be permitted
to hold teaching portions in
American college*.
President Sachar of Bran-
deis. a former national di-
rector of the Hillel Founda-
tions, will find the unkind-
-t cut of all in the charge
that 86 per cent oi Brandeis
students are said to decline
Hillel membership. The fact
is that the whole Brandeis
University is like one huge
Hillel establishment
By BORIS SMOLAR
Purpose of JFK
The myster-
* ioua i ol i
mdence which
is irted by
resi lent Ken-
> with Dai
ten Gunon
nd later with
ie i:ew I'reill-
u. Levl Esh-
r i mystery, it
i- now known that President Ken-
that I-rael refrain
from scientific research into
nuclear fission Someone in
Washington fears, go it appears.
lhal Israel, in the arms race
which Egypt has forced upon
her, will become a nuclear pow-
er and may introduce atomic
arms
l-sraelis certainly understand
he American tears, but they
maintain that as long aa Nasser
- foreign scientists tor
work on missile projects, which
probably include atomic war-
heads ol -onie sort. I-rael cannot
" 'dly by. it \g obvious that
Israel, like other countries which
le attack on themselves, can-
''"' afford a missile or other tech-
nological gap in relation to its
ne,fhb0" It should be noted
that Israel last week supported
a resolution adopted by the In-
ternational Atomic Energy Com-
mission providing for an inspec-
tion ol nuclear reactors of up to
120 megawatts. The Commission
body affiliated with the
United Nations, and Israel was
one of the 87 member states par-
Letters Told
ticipating in Ih( i ''
the Comnuasion,
The CoinI'
systemfor v l*!"t\
,et bloc voted .le>iMI
prevent any diversion ol M*r\
equipment or materials supp*_
through the Commission I*!
peaceful uses to the pro***
of weapons However, al*i
Israel voted for the resoW
us M-megawatl reactor *J
mona woul dnol com* und* I
Commission's control >W* I
was built without lh f**;!
lion's aid. Nor will -ntall'1
actors in other cuntnei 1
matically be aubjecl t "*""!
mission's safeguard tWJJJI
Reactors of less than jou-
rnal megawatts are "^fj
lor training and ^rcj
the production ol relat W I
important quantities ot p
ium. a weapons materU-
Jewish Htr.tage: |
number of book- on ,
have been published durJ 0
last weeks. Some i
more important '<'**>
of lesser value. Bui ^
important of all ""^ g*
Graphic History ot *&&
itage." published M ^
PubUshers. Inc. '|hl>'"^
tiful volume giving an ^
pedic presentation-"' ,,
and text-of theJcJJJ|-
beginning with the 3S i
the Bible. It also P"^
great Biblical fW.1'* *\
through the 15 Judes
Prophets.


riday. October 18. 1963
9* tam'itBi Wm-IBi
n
Page 15-A
LEG4L NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,N PROBATE
No. 57435 C
i:i: Estate of
M.HKitr uoLDNER
......a-.-.I.
JoTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
fpPLICATION FOR OISTRIBUT.ON i
AND FINAL D.SCHAROE
firTICE Is herehy given th.tt I have
.1 n.> Kin.il Report and Petition for
ition and Mnal Discharge as
ti .mix at thi estate ,.f ,\l.- |
i;r iit'i DNER, deceased: and thai
i_:11 day Hi November. ]'"..
ply t.. tti- Honorable County
,,i i lade 'omit) H sorlda, t'i r
,mil ..r Mtld I Inal Report and for
ion an.) final aiachargi a
i -nan i\ >r tin. estate of the
.... iimm i ii.....dent. This 18th day
hapki.LK ;iii."Ni-:it
|fi|N A; ROTUENBEHO
itisca) ni> rcolldlng
\\\ i lagler St.. Miami, Ha.
i n -1-?"., n t
BY HENRY LEONARD
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY OIVBN that
iinrierstgned, desiring m engage in
.-.-. under the fictitious name of
lia.l'S WKI.HINM al MACHINE
I' :il S I'.ili.il Highway, l'rim-e-
i, hlorlda nit-mis t.. register said
with th.. Clerk of the Circuit
tin of Dade County, Florida.
W w mili.ins. sole own. r
[] W'lD l.IICM.MAN
for Applicant
! :'7. 1 o' i-i i -1 x
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MHTRE is HEREBY UIVBN that
mderalitned, desiring to nggge In
.-s under the fictitious name of
1TIF1EI) AI'I'MANCK REPAIR
S XV '.'-Hi i'. ui t. Miami. Fin..
i to reglsti said name with the
;, ..f the Circuit Court of Dad*
I-in d
ABC Funding Co., inc.
Sole w in r
H a IIARS
( i for Al li' Funding Co., Inc.
V .- W. It St., Miami. Fla.
I" l-U IN .-.
MPle board
WEET/NG
JowlSHf-,
LEGAL NOTICE
"Then, gentlemen, it's agreed that our new Rabbi
should be a man with strong opinions, and with
ne strength not to express them."
__________________ Cop'. 19o?, Cayeeu Pteductiont
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'K I* HEREBY !IVF\ iliai
leraiimed, desiring t.. engage In
-s iiiili thi luriti.ui- ii.im. ..
m.t. .miii.- Systems of Masai st
ii.....In Road, Miami I Haul i In-
tl ; -a.l name ulih th,.
Circuit Court of Dade
. hlorlda
IIIWIN HL.ick
i iwni"
in I l-M-So, 11 I
NOTICE UNDcR
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
"i'H'K IS HKRKBY MIVKN thai
. -:n...i r|pMrln> to anrae.. in
: i Het*tlons n.iin.. of
LI->'K I'llll'J's i:i:.M.TV at HMD
1 Miami, Fla int. ads
' hi name in tin I 'i.i k
111! i '"iiri ..I I i.hI, i '..mm .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 10718
MII.AUA AM.VDO MANTEL,
I'lallltiff,
\ S.
Ml STAVli A MAN'TI'I,,
I t. nil.mi
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO HI'STAVn \ M \.\TK.I.
!> Eaton *-. i
I'll.VHlcll. v. ltil.li l.vl.in I
Ylll. crSTAVn \ M .\XTKI., |U. *-
ddjress, l int-n Mtiwet, Frnvi-
i ieiw. 6, iino.i, Island, are roaorreri t..
l"He poor ansv.ei t.. in. Coimikiint for
Divorce, with rh. I'l.ik <.t' th.- above
' .nit. an.I serve n ropj thereof gran
'il.Nii I' nkmi: :'"ri. \tiora*y Hu-
ll i'f>ngi-K>w HirtldugK. in \ i: goyj
Avenue, Mi inn. Flotilla, on ,. before
th. Itth day it November IMS. or
niinlnmt will 1>. taken
FRANKLIN i: PI
Sole 1iuner
lll'I'S
in i-ii i-
. Im
I.-S-, .1
i'.....i 'in- Ith das of KstolM .
I' H. KiKATHHRMAN
I.i k .,t the i 'ir.itlt i "..in t
Ml hi. I lade Co .in'.. Moriii.i
'-..ill K M I.VMAN
Ueput) Clerk
l" ll-:v-:",
It"',:'..
II l
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
CK is HEREBY illVEN thai
rued, d< -ii ing t,, enjnuti In
ill r t he Nctltloun nani. ..I
1 Ht H :": N W. !7th Ave-
i i- '. Klorlda, Intend to
"" th the "i. ik ,,f
' "ii 'ourt of I lade County.
III'V/ -.|
KVA tt CI.I.1SCH
V\ CI.I.ISill
' I lei I Eva Wi II -
111,4.1l.i. i-
tl
ND FOR DADF ColINT/,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 50732-C
' I, ..i
i:i:is in ismim

OF INTENTION to Ma*r
cion FOR D STR'BUTON
!NAL D'SCHARGF
I' n thai l havi
lllll I'etltli
i nnl 11 whir
' MORRIS
I an.I tlmt on tin-
' ^"' ppR

.
Km i
ivi tiiinied d>>ci
IN THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE
i\ i:i: i:-t.it. ,.f
No. i' too-:, a
Rl W. HI I 1,1 a i. ills,, know n
an ROSE OLSBAK,
i. ..-.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.. All 'i. .lit..i h .1 mi Pi rmm
n itn.s or I tin .1- Ag.ihiKl
i:-t.it.
V'ou hi f '>' 'i Ifli .I and
to preHenl an> cln ima and cle-
iiihimIh which v.iii m.i> have ugalnal
-t.il.- e.f Hi i.-i-: R| \ i.i.i i, ..I-,.
>" n :i- Rl ISE 'l-SIIAK di i aaad
Kim;- County, New Vork, to
c.iuins Judges of l>adc County,
i thi -.Hi. in duplicate .* i
> Uli ii in s.-i...... :.i l Ifi, Kloi Ida
ll
Su
i. r



' IIKIMER

NOTICE UNDER
I T'OUa NAME LAW
- HEREBY IIIVKN Ihnl
' n
tig nuagi In
R'-Vi ii i: I'RourcTioN
!S \ w :-i, \v,
'I t.. rogistel -.ml
the i-i.ik ..' th.. circuit
' nunty, Florida.
I ii',', ,',:,': TRENCHER
1 MM.II- \ i-i |,.man
I'artnera
_______ 10- I-1I-1S-L'.-,
lH.E..S.00NTV JUDGE
-. in Ihclr ofl lei in the I 'o in-
tj ''..nil......hi n Ihtfli CouMy, l-"lm-
i'i. .:'li.n -i\ i-aU-mli. in.-ii 1 li-. from
' hi tin ihi n publii it ii.ii hei -
li, barred
l-al-.l .t \l .in K|..i i.l.i, il. i llli
i i i. tobl t. I.H
SYIA I \ it' I'i'I'V
\- AnelHar> AdmtnlHtratrlx
this ni
.
; i.i:; 'I-i:ii -k ZK
:
\
I........I Ri a.l
In -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T Of
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10197
KMANI'EL .Mrrciil.l.l.,
l-lalntlff,
\ -
M UtY BRIT Mil 111 :i .1..
I tefendantj
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. C3C 10748
i s QLHAoN. JR.. as Administra-
tor ..i Vnii.ms Allans, mi iifll. ii
of the I'uiti-.l-staii-.- af Am. Hi a, and
in- BHceoaMra bi aueh office, aud
I.,- or tii.i- aaaigjiti,
i'laiiiLjit,
\ -
mai>i:j.ini: a, PBRRONE, a HlngJo
iM.ni.ui, t al.
Uefatidagmta.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO. MAI>ElJNi: A I'KRRO-s'E. a
.HiiiBl-- womaii, .. ji.I L*01S'A.
MARTIN, a >lngle woman, If llv-
III-. tBOlmling any iiiikn.Avn
apooooH <'t" siiiil 1 't fomlnuis if
!> bav. manie.l. ami jf dead,
th. n- iiiiknuMi noire, aoviaees,
arant..-,-. ecodRora, Honors, triiH-
.- ami .111 other BoraoBa nlalni
hag o>. tiii-.niTii. ,in.i.-i ... asninal
t... h. 1 i.i.-mknni.-. wh...-.- raol-
il.n. ai nnkii'.w n.
V.H AJUS MJ5RKBV M i rl I- n:i Hint
a Milt ha- I., .-n liK.iiKht ii(tain-t \..u
li> .1 S i II.i:\Si i.\ JR., .,. A.lmini.--
traiot- in Veteran* Affair*.......fficer
Of the I'nil.l S........| Am.n.a. ami
In- HuoceHMorx in aueh office, and his
ni- their a soigne, to toreebwu a aiort-
gaile n.-iimli. i im; the fldlowlng dos-
i i Hied propel t ^. to-u-lt:
I..a .'.' in l;l.k I, of WINDWARD
l-.STATK.-. SECTION ONE, at-ourd-
Utg I., the plal thereof, ,i. recorded
in I'lat Book (3, al pace 148, of the
publii r.,.,i,K ,,i im.i,. County,
Florida
and j on ii requli. .1 to file | our gn-
awer with the Clerk ol the Circuit
; | Court of Bade County, Florida, al the
Courthouse -ti Miami. Florida, on "t
I before Nvember 12, IBM, ;mil to aervi
- a cop> .a -n.-li answer ino-n Plaintiff's
att..in.>-. MYERS, HEIMAN, KAP-
LAN a CATSMAN, whose address i-
Eteven l-'iin Knlldlng, li."." S.W, l-'n-i
Street, Mian a,. Elorlila, on or before
i. i.i. .1 by the Ian of
ni fail t.. do so. iii,. oom-
w ill i" laki a ,i- .......--. il bj
V.u ami n I .- -i. Pro Cm. ., will
' .... ,i .,_ ilnsl you i.-i the relief
i'. m.mil. .1 in th complaint.
i \ti.:i this rth tlaj ol -1. t..ii.i,
NOTICI; UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MiTli'l-: 18 HEREBY OIVKN Hi.it
the undersign, d, di siring lo engagi In
business uuiler the fictitious name ..r
ALL STATES l'l BMSH1NII CO.
In.- I at 111" N.E. Miami C.nit. Mi-
ami, Ma., Int.-nils to register -a i.i
nani.- with th. Clerk of the i
Court of Mail. County, Florida
JOSEPH I1REENUERU
Sole i >\\ ner
Mi IRRIfc Ci IHKN
Attorne) for Joseph I ii eenbi i _
10 11-18 25, II I
i ~ "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10779
I THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTION
I 'It SAVIN'IS IN JERSEY CITY.
a corporation duly chartered under
[hi laws or tin- State of New Jerai y.
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES K JISTlci.; and
NORMA M JUSTICE, In- wife,
1 ic-f. tulalits
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES E. JUSTICE and
XiiKMA M JUSTICE, his wife
(Resliieni'i- Unknown)
Y'-r AMD each ok YOU are here-
bj m.ti.'i.il that ,i c.miilalnt to Pore-
close a certain iinntuaj:.- on th.. I..1 -
low InK doacrlood property, to-wlt:
I^.t .", Block 1, KAIltl.AUN ES-
TATES, aooordaag to the Plat there-
of, as reoorded in I'lat Book "!, at
Page 11. of th.- Public Records of
n.i.i.- county. Plorlda,
has boon iinl> filed acainst you ami
you are re.iuire.1 to serve a copj of
your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney. MAL-
COLM H. PR1EDMAN, 246 Security
Trust Building, Miami S2, Florida,
and file the original Answer or l'l. ail-
ing in the Office of the Clerk of the
Cat-cult court, on or before tin- 12th
day of November, IMS. If you fall
t" da so, niiiitni nt by default will be
taken against i..n for the relief de-
manded in the c.,ni|ilatnt.
This notloe shall be published once
ea.-h week for (our I n con woeks in THE .ll-.'WISII l-l.i n:i I'I AN
I"|.\E A.M. ORDERED at Miami.
Hoi id,i, this 7th .lav ,,| October \ D
E. 11 LEATHERMAN, C
Circuit Court. Dade County, I lorlda
(seal) By: K. M I.V.MAX
Uoputy Clerk
l" 11-1S-23, ll l
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57846-A
IN RE: Estate of
M.M'.V XI iiCKNEANH
i i. ci ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T i All Creditors ..ml All Perso Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eststi :
Von ate hereby notified and re-
itHrod to in. .-.nt an) claim* and de-
mands uli.eh .Mm innv have against
'in- atai ii .\i \kv m. >bf:nl WI'
......' od lat. .:' I tail,, i "nun11. F'lor-
Ma, to to. Count) Judges of Dade
County, a.nl file the same In dupli-
cate ami as |.i-..\ |de<1 m Section 7:: !.;
Plot-Ida statin.-, in their offices In
thi Count) Courthouvi in Budi Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time ( the first puhl
hi teof. 11 the -.line \ i|| i. I,.,
Hated at Miami. Florida, iii-
dH} ol ......Im i. A I' i:ii,.-.
sAN'i-i i|:n xi SWERBI.IN.
Ri -i.i. in tgi HI for CARI. A
< MBJ5NLAND, Admin sti al
c. T A
First publication of this notice
the I lth da) of i tctobi r, less.
10 11 -1s -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C "
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 10636
PHILIP BRl us.
i 'Is Intlff,
vs. |
ANNE Wll.si IN BROUS,
1 lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl I: AWE Wll.s. i.\ i;i:i ij H
318 i:.i-i 92nd Street
Brooklyn, N. Fork
You, ANNE \\ ii.-.i.N BROUS
i" n b) notified that a Mill of l oi
plaint for Dlro-oe has been fil
against you, and you are required t-
- r\ a copy of youi Answi r t
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint i t
th.- Plaintiff's attorney, MILTON '
RICHMOND, "in Lincoln Road Bull
ii.-. Miami Beach, Florida, and f
iii. original Answer oi Pleading In t. -
trie, of tin- Clark of ihe Circuit Cot
i on .a before the l-'tli day of Novel
l"f. 11".:;. If you fall to .1,. so, .itid-
ni.iit b) default will be taken again
you for the relief demanded in t
i iii of Complaint.
Tins notice shnii be published on
. aauh week for four c ns.eutive we. -
in THE JEWISH FLOlMl'lAN.
DONE ANIi ORDBRED at Mia I
Elvitiila, this 3rd day ol October, A
1963,
I-:, li LBATTTERMAN
ci.i k of the Circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
(seal) By: J. J. NELSON
Deputy Clerk
MILTON 11. RICHMOND
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami 1:. ach :::'. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
__________ 10/11-18-25, .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR7
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57261-C
IN RE: Estate of
M AIM i: Mold IN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTlO .
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 ha
fi.ed m> Final Report and Petition f
Distribution and Final Dlacharge
iv of (he estate of M.vRi
UORDON, deceased and that on tl
.tli da) of November, IMS, will am
to the Honorable Count) Judges
Dude County, Florida, for approval
said l inal Report and for distrlbuU -
and final discharge as Bxecut v
th- .-tat.- oi the above-named >l.'
dent. 'Plus tth day of Sept 1963,
BERWICK JOACHIM
R< IBERT 11. TRAURK1
Vttorne
I 1133 duPont Building
: .Miami il, l',i Ida
ith
li I
IN
K B r.i: vriii :i: vi \ \
' 'h k .a the 'in ait i 'ourt
l in.le Co .in \. Florida
call li i- IPEL.VND
I ', |UII
M)-i Hi imaii. Kaplan & t "al mi an

.-. i.. t
.Mis mi

IN Lfcie.~>^*_' '"we'S COURT
?i r?o^R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
.... ,, No. 60668.A
} stale of
S" SCISORWK
.....a-e.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'H'TS ami All l-e,s..,,s Hav
\

I
" or Demands Against bald
a'"" her.l.y notifle.l ami re-
l"-'-li: ail) elaim. ami de-
. '7,;;:' \ *' a,--,m-,
.....' ^RV WISOREK de-
oi I'...!, County, Florida,
' "-Iges of Dade Co
'..... "I thei, offices In
I 'US. in Ha,I, ,',..
'' lx ilendar month.
' "' firs.....bllcatlon
"" "'" barred.
l ;.ir:',,.,1";."-'il be barred
'.'/^-nNxiiKlilr'1^"""-
. Road
1 ( loi Ida
1". H-l-2a. 11/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO M VltV BRIT Mil CHELL a k a
MRS. X1AUY \i:i..\|.'
2i Ki-t 1.. n< v
Hog bury, Masaachusl^tts
You MARY BRIT MITCHELL also
known us Vllt.-; maiiy NELMC are
hen i" notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for I i.-lit aioiy De.-i.e has
been filed auainst yon. and you are
le.|llile.l to sef\ .. a copy of >.MI| All-
-u. i- ,.i- Pleading to. th,. Mui r com-
I plaint on tin l'l;ilnirff's Attorney,
AI.\SI.I-:i: It KI'KI'IK. Suite L'lU'-L'O'l,
-';r. S |.. leune lload. Coral Mal'le-
1-lorlda SU21, and file the original
AlikWer or Pleading in the office m
! the Clerk -if th.- Circuit C.uiii on or
I'.-im-e in.. ::ist ja) of October, IMS.
if \..u fail to do .... judgment by de-
l.'lllt will !..- tak. tl against you for
i th.- rein I .1.111.1 ii i. ,1 in the Mill of
i 'omplalnl
Haled at Mian,'. Florida ilii- S4th
Ua) "i Si I.i. ml. : .1. |
i: II. I.KA I HrlKM \.V.
Clerk of the "it- uit Cuurt
l 'a.l.- Count.. Florida
(seal) By: C P. COPELAND
i i..|..n \ i 'l, i k
\i\si.i:i: h. fkimhi;
Attorney for 1 la
Suite 303-201
2 113 S W I.e.I. in,. R .nl
' 'oral Oabli -, PI
.. 10 1-11-18
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iticf: is hkrkhy mix i:n that
In
1 mime of
''III ST i.'I'Al.ii'Y MAIIKKT al CUT
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60297-A
IN RE: Estate of
HAROLD ROT MILLER,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Pi r-.e Hav-
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Estate:
You ai-.. he goby notified skid re.
quired to prraenl any claims and de-
n'.in.i- which m.ii may have agaimil
the estate of HAROLD ROY MIL.
IjER, deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to tin- County Judges af Dade
County, and file th. same in dupll-
rate and as iirovlded In Section 7;::;.iii,
Florida Statate.s. in their ..ffi, in
Ihi Count) Courthouse In Marie Coun-
ty. Florida, within -i.\ calendar months
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Dated .a Miami, Florida, thi. 13th
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IN RE: Estate of
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UEHTRCDE SMOLENSKY,
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notice of intention to make
application for distributlo .
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SMOLENSKY, deceased: ami that .
tin- M'lli da) oi November, 1963,
appl) lo the Honorable County Judg.
"i i 'a.l. i 'ountj Floi Ida, for appro!
"t said Final Report and for dlstrlb
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56856 C
IN RE: Estate ol
BENJAMIN BENZMAN
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTlO
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Lunatic Fringe May Smear Goldwater Campaign
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.orce and th<: "'"M
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Wirtina against the mjeetaoa of
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ed Sec Barry Gcli-a:er a ?r:-b-
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was tcade by Brae* Feliaor esec
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Feiknor said that attheugh the
protaoctrve Rtw-i'-ci- Presi-
dential candidate is an Ecnscp-
paiian the fact tKat his grand-
father as Jewish is more tha-i
r->_-ch for the ant-Semrte."
Pont-ng out that anti-Semite*
are .ncete-reo C. /egic Be%-
nor recalled attacks on Gen.
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campavjns because of h$ Jew-
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Miami. Florida. Friday, October 18. 1963
Section B
riginal Fashions at Luncheon
|G sn, brilliant 19-year-o'.d
Israel designer, influenced
e Middle Eastern region
ruch he lives, has ere-
this dramatic evening
Ien-semble on ancient tunic
[lines in a heavy crepe, by
[Bu:ol of Paris, in white and
|Ne:e:titi green. The creation
[is iu the collection of the Is-
r international Fashion
iFestival which will be shown.
Original designs by many of
the world's leading couturiers will
be shown at the Israel-Eleanor
Roosevelt Humanitarian Award]
lunchi-on on Friday. Nov. 1. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
At the luncheon, Mrs. Carl
Weinkle will be the first recipient
of the Eleanor Roosevelt Humani-
tarian award "in recognition of
her service to Israel in the first
IS years of statehood, service
which reflects the humanitarian
warmth which has become the
symbol of the spirit of the late
Eleanor Roosevelt."
The luncheon will be held un-
der the auspices of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Women's Di-
vision, of which Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers is chairman Chair-
man of the luncheon will be Mrs.
Sam Blank.
In announcing that the famed
Israel-International Fashion Festi-
val will be part of the luncheon
program, Mrs. Blank said that
this will lie yet another rellec-
tmn (if the spirit f universal good-
will and esteem in which the
young State of Israel Is held in
the eyes of the nations of the
v orld."
Twenty countries are to be rep
resented by designs, fabrics and
furs, including Belsium, Burma,
Canada, Denmark, England. Fin-
land. Fiance. Ir.ui. Ireland. Is-
rael, Italy. Japan, the Nether
land-. Norway, the Philippines.
Sweden. Switzerland. Thailand,
and the United States.
The Fashion Festival will be
staged and accessorized by Bur-
dines, whose fashion coordinator.
Miss Betty Sherwin, is supervis-
ing the arrangements
An added attraction will be
commentary by the noted stage.
screen and television personality,
Hal March, star of "Golden Fleec-
ing."
Couturiers to be represented by
.">9 creations include Balenciaga.
Givenchy. Griffe, Heim. Lanvm-
Castillo. Nina Ricci and St. Laur
ent, all of France; Capucci, Sim-
onette and Fabiani, all of Italy;
Serge Malta, of Chile; John Cav-
anagh, of England; Sybil Connol-
ly, of Ireland; and Lola Beer, of
Israel.
America's participants are Bill
I'.lass. Oleg Cassini. Mottle Farms, I
Gustave Tasscll and Pauline Tri-
gere. Others also are on the pro
gram.
Israel's fashion industry has
contributed the skill of two fur-
liers, Stefan Braun and Neuland
er. and two knitwear houses. Aled
and Elanit. Maskit. the village
craft industry, has provided many
ol the hand-loomed fabrics.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle (left) receives congratulations from Mrs
Sam Blank and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers upon being name:
first recipient of the Israel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian.
Award. Presentation will be made at a luncheon Friday, No-
1, at the Fontainebleau Hotel under auspices of the Women s
Division for Israel Bonds, of which Mrs. Meyers is chairma.-..
Mrs. Blank is luncheon chairman.
Kneseth Israel Ladies Meet
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president men.
of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, an- Hostesses for the afternoon are
nounces that the first luncheon. Mesdamcs Lena Popkin. LMrot .
and game party of the season will '-Matt. Fannie Sirot. Dora Malk
be held at the synagogue on Tues- Hose liabinowitz. Julie Weinsto .
day, 12:30 p.m. Jennie Malina. Lillian Engel. Sam-
tie] Lerner and F. Rudowsky.
Mrs I. Support is chairman,
with Mrv Gizella Weiss and Mrs. Ticket chairman i- Mrs L. Its
Etta Mandell serving as co-chair- Dublin
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by ISABEL GROVE
calitea heading nor.h
;- with relatives and a
see what the new
season i~ ottering thea
Paulino Sater. with
r and BOn-in-l4W Bar
Marvin Haven, staying
Hilton for a week .
liate excuse for the trip,
al of a new niece tor Mar
Makes it a total of sev
randchildren, all girls for
Meyer Havens, of Gaines-
- so in Gotham Town this
Sheill Markell Trav-
ith her, daughter Gayle
Hubert) Gordon and 11
nn nth-old Allison Lori It's
nee for "Miss Precious" to
nn It the heart of great-grand-
r, Mrs. Lean Bennie .
\lr~. Mark Cirlin, of 4550 N.
hi Ave.. will bracket time
With her New York relatives aid
uties as a delegate to the
n's American ORT conven-
Ihere Parliamentarian
the Southeast Region, she's
lilso a past president of Island
ers Chapter.

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gross
man recently returned to their
^ylake home from a trip to
Hjannisport, Mass., where Mar-
tin attended the national con-
vention of the Philadelphia In-
surance Company .
Coral Gables home of the Eu-
gene Somborgs scene of a cock-
tail and dinner party with hosts
greeting guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Somberg. Mr and Mrs. Mar-
tin Goldberg, and Mr. and Mrs
Charles W. Sokol Charlie,
recently named general agent
for a major insurance company,
just made it back from Connec-
ticut in time to attend the fes-
tive evening .
Joe and Elaine Feinberg en-
tertained architect Stephen Lit-
tle and his interior designer wife
Jan in their home last week.

A senior at the University of
Florida School of Pharmacy,
Miamian Ronald Kaler has been
elected president of Ro Phi Pi
Pharmacv Fraternity Son
of Mr and Mrs. Calvin Kaler,
470 SW 21st Rd., Ronald was one
of 25 top students invited to at-
tend the pharmacentical conven-
tion in Detroit and Kalamazoo,
Mich., sponsored by the Parke
Davis and I'pjohn Companies .
The Doral Beach Hotel Star
light Room the romantic set-
ting for a family dinner Oct. 7
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Rabbis' Wives wort* Dad. ow
To be Honored
By AJCongress
lembers of the Luncheon Committee for the
|or:dn Women's Division, American Jewish
ongiess. meet to discuss final arrangements
r the function honoring rabbis' wives of the
fcrec'.er Miami area on Thursday noon, Oct.
:: the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to
are Mesdames Jack Shapiro, member-
p c.nairman of the Women's Division and
nairraan of the Luncheon Committee, and
Bars-hall Earl, executive director of the Divis-
ion. Standinq (left to right) are Mesdames
Leonard Sidersky, president, Biscayne Chap-
ter; Sam Penchansky, president, Miami Chap-
ter; Albert Zuckerman, membership chairman,
Biscayne Chapter; Joseph Albuquerque, mem-
bership chairman, Louise Wise Chapter; Mary
Silep Cohen, president, Louise Wise Chapter.
Other members of the committee (not shown)
are Mesdames Fred Weiss and Sy Reese.
Florida Women's Division. Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, will honor
the wives of Greater Miami's rab-
bis vi'h a luneheon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel on Thursday
noon. Oct. 24.
Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, presi-
dent. Florida Women's Division,,
and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, division;
membership chairman and chair-
man of the Luncheon Committee,
this week announced 'hat guest
rpeaker at the luncheon will be
the noted Broadway and television
actress, Martha Scott, who is
starring in the current production.
"Tchin Tchin," at the Coconut'
Grove Playhouse.
Miss Scott is remembered fori
her role as Emily in Thornton;
Wilder** play "Our Town" and for
her part as "Mamma" in the TV
series. "I Remember Mamma."
The program will also include
the presentation of scrolls to the
rabbis' wives by Mrs Kramer,
and greetings will be delivered by
Kabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
and president of the Southeast
Florida Council. American Jewish
Congress.
Other members of the Luncheon
Committee include Mesdames
Sam Penchansky, Mary Cohen,
Leonard Sidersky, Fred Weiss.
Joseph Albuquerque. Sy Reese. Al-
bert Zuckerman.
North Dade Chapter of Women's
American OUT is planning a
"beatnik dance" on Saturday
vening .it Unified Hall, 2300 NE
171st St. A late snack will be
served ard a live band will play
lance music as well as entertain.
Reservations chairman is Mrs.
Louis Pressman,
Ner Tamid Young Adults
All single adults between the
ages of 21 and 39 are invited to
Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults
"Cafe Society at TNT' in the
Temple's Sklar Auditorium. The
night club event, to be held Sun-
day at 9 p.m., will feature enter-
tainment, a live band for dancing,
and hors a'oeuvres.
City of Hope
In Card Party
A luncheon and card party was
bold by the Miami Beach Chapter,
City of Hope, on Wednesday noon
at the Bel Aire Hotel. Reserva-
tions chairmen were Mrs. Alfred
Freeman and Mrs. Era Rosenfeld.
A six-day, five-night cruise to
I Jamaica, leaving Nov. 17. is be-
ing sponsored by the chapter.
The ship, Franca "C." serving
as a hotel throughout the cruise,
will make stops at Port Antonio
and Kingston and also offer en.
tertainment and dancing. In
charge of reservations is Mrs.
Jack C.reenbcrg.
ach Woman Recalls Kidnap Story
limilar to One in Controversial Novel
Miami Beach woman has writ-
to Hilary Mmdlin, book editor
I the Jewish Floridian, describing
incident similar to the one
|Di j W Faber used in her
|troversial novel, "Strange Way
llrs. Mindlin reviewed the novel
I the Sept. '27 edition of The Jew-
Flondian, despite the threat
eral days earlier that Henry I
gnery Co., publishers of Chicago. ]
hild withdraw the book because
[pressures by Catholic lay and
jritui 1 ..uthorities. objecting to
Jinor procedural errors" in the j
Vrative,
'Strange Way Home" is based
B 1904 news story, the central j
kractcj of which still lives as a;
fcmber ot a Catholic order in i
nada Horn to a well-to-do Jew- !
fan) ly ui New York, he was i
^napped at the age of 7 by a
ilou- tutor, taken to Canada,
brought up as a Catholic.
h\v l'atiline Egert, of Morton i
Ivers Miami Beach, reports to |
Is. Mindlin that friends of hers.,
lo lived on Canal St.. New York. ;
|n similar victims. "They had
n en i |i i hum shop." writes Mrs. ,
festern Garb
To be Style
[Western clothes will be the ac-
Ipted garb for the annual square
knee ..nil box supper held under
.u:-pices of Coral Chapter,
lerican Medical Center, at Den-
i. or Sunday, Oct. 27.
Called tor 7 p.m., the affair
I neld at the Cross Trail
buare Dance Hall. 4150 SW 70th
K'hairing the evening is Mrs.
lert Kfare, vice president, with
prs Irving Wallick in charge of
nervations.
Efert. "Next door, a Frenchman
operated a cleaning store.'
Apparently, the Frenchman was
extremely fond of the 7-year-old
son of the clothing shop operators,
who suddenly disappeared. The
couple spent every dollar they own-
ed looking for the boy and the
Frenchman, even sending detec-
tives to France.
Subsequently, they moved to
Paterson. N'.J. There, the couple
reared three sons and a daughter.
Four years ago, they passed away.
"Two years ago, when I was in
PsteTSOn," Mrs. Egert reports,
"the city was agog. A monk came
to Paterson from Canada, looking
[or the Canal St. couple. He
brought a death bed letter of con-
Cession from the Frenchman."
The monk had been directed to
Paterson by another couple on
Canal St.. where he originally went
in search of them. When the monk
couldn't find the parents of the
kidnapped boy. he visited a syna-
gogue in Peterson, and spoke to
the rabbi there.
Acrnrdine to Mrs. Egert. the rab-
bi said he had congregants of a
similar name, ami im.icd the
three sons and daughter to meet
the monk. It turned out that the
mi nk, now In his fort cs, looked
xaetty like the Peterson congre-
gants that he was the boy kid-
napped liom Canal St. many years
before.
"He attended a Catholic church
while a guest of one of his brothers
in Paterson." writes Mrs. Egert.
"After a week, he went back to
Canada, asking his brothers and
sister to visit him."
Remarked Mrs. Mindlin: "The
incident is almost identical. The
family in the Faber novel lived
on New York's West Side. Other-
wise they might easily be the
same people."
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Friday, October 18,
1963
Mh Sholem Sisterhood Will Honor
Hew Spiriful Leader at Dinner Sunday
Helping to complete plans for the Temple
Menorah-Israel Dinner of Tribute to Maurice
Revitz are heads of the Women's Dinner Com-
mittee. From left are Mrs. Louis Suchman.
Mrs. Jack Burstein, Mrs. Lieber Ringer, Mrs.
Mayer Abramowitz, and Mrs. Milton Singer.
The function honoring Tempie Menorah's pres-
ident will be held Saturday. Oct. 26, at the
Americana Hotel.
Hebrew University Women's Unit Will
Hear Library Report by Mrs, Simonhoff
membership party ot the
omen's Division of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew I'm-
ersity will be hell at the home
. Mrs. Leonard Rosen, 10010 VV.
roadview Dr.. Bay Harbor Island.
on Friday noon. .More than 100
. the several hundred ncwly-en-
i illed Friends of the University
. e expected to attend.
American Friends of Hebrew
1 niversity have been active in the
Miami area for many years. The
reater Miami Women's Division
as formed one year ago to con-
ruct. equip and maintain the
Jewish National and University
library on the Hebrew fjniver-
ty campus.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. presi-
snt of the Women's Division, will
-.leak at the Oct. 18 branch. Just
turned from an extended trip to
Israel, she said that the library
is particularly interesting to visi-
tors because it conl li illumi-
nate I parchments, scrolls and his
toric papers, as well a- its in
pressive collections ol more thai
l.ooo.ooo books,
"In 1948." Mrs. Simonhoff <\
plained, "the library on Mt Scopi
was closed to Israel, along will
all of the Hebrew University, and
the basis for today's extensive re
sources was what is usually a lib-
rarian's nightmare the books
which residents of the country hap
pened to have out on overdue loan
in their homes."
According to membership chair- WoRlt^tVc Unit
man. Mrs. Harry Platoff, Great-'
er Miami is "outstanding in the
United States for its generous par-
ticipation in the support of the
library and rapid membership
growth." Mrs. Platoff will pre-
side at the Friday brunch.
mrs. samuu summon
t^ocialiie ... bu <^7sabel Cji
Continued from Page 1-8
elebrating the 40th wedding an-
liversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Pallot, 900 Bay Dr. Toast-
ng the honor guest-, wore sons
Morton and Ronald, their wive.-.
laughter and son-in-law, the
Howard Katzens Pallot sen-
or i> founder and board chair-
nan of Norton Tire Company,
Judy Rutstcin is beaming al
the good news that husband Leo
las been named in "Who.- Who
n the South and Southwest for
1963. "adding to his long h-; ol
lonors in other compila
such as "Chemical Who'.. Who,"
"Who's Who in Commerce and
industry," and "American Men
if Science" Leo is the South
ern Regional director for the
American Technion Society and
rove
once directed his own chemical
plant in Newark, N.J. .
Regular devotees of the classi-
cal Film Festival shown at the
Museum of Science and Natural
History are the Buddy Halperts.
Dr. Bernard Yesners, and Charlie
Jacobsons Charlie once serv
ed an apprenticeship at the Pasa-
dena Playhouse, did a few walk-
ons in legitimate theater, then
deserted Hollywood for Miami .
Ruth, a drama major at North
west.in l". and Charlie are
First Nighters at the t o( M's
Ring Theater .
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thai are in Atlantic City, where
lie is serving as a delegate from
the Florida State Dental Society
to the annual coin cut ion ot
American Dental Association .
They are expected to return to
Miami at the end of the week.
Slates Speaker
"The WomanHer Role in To-
day's Society" will he the topic
for the opening membership meet-
ing of the Woman's Division of the
Miami YMHA on Monday. 10 a.m.,
al the home ot Mrs. .lack Amazon,
president.
Miss Aleeth Roberts, social case-
work supervisor. Family Service,
will be guest speaker and discus
sion leader.
The Woman's Division of the
YMHA undertakes special projects
tor the benefit ol the Y pr igram
Further information may be ob-
tained from Mrs, rlers< he) Rosen-
thai, membership vice
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JWVA President
To be Guest
Mrs Bernard Wan i r Si
Department president ol
Auxiliaries of the Jewi I
ans ol the L'nil
make an official visit to the N
Shore Ladies' Auxilu rj oi We
nesday,
The 8 p m. meeting, to bi held
at the Washington Fe eral s
ings and Loan Hid- N'ormand)
Isle, will include installation ol
new members and a social hour,
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Sunday
of the Temple on I
in a very short
already endeared
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shol-
, m, Hollywood, Is sponsoring
inner ranee welcomin
piritual leader. Rabbi
lot-ton Malavaky,
ight
Rabbi Malavsky assumed spin
lal leadership
ept. 1. "and
ime has already endeared him-
elf to the hearts of many people
in the Hollywood area, especially
t Temple Beth Sholem." accord-
ng to I)i Julian J, Blitz, presi-
lent.
Participating in the program
Will be Mrs. Irwin Salitsky. pres-
ident of Sisterhood; Dr. Julian J.
Blitz, president of Beth Sholem;
Mrs. Joseph Nasher. chairman;
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, representing!
the Broward Board of Rabbis;
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. represent-
ing the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, of which Rabbi
Malavsky is a past president; and
Mrs. William Dickson, president
et Florida Branch, National Wom-
en's League ot United Synagogue
ol America, also a former congre-
gant ol Rabbi Malavsky, who has
known him sii
. Malavsky, before coming
" sri ilom served the Israel
it< I enter in Miami for more than
' years
Council Officers
Attending Confab
Mrs stat : > C Myers national
\ ice pre-: 'cut. and Mrs Sidney
Lewis, national director, both of
Greater Miami, leave this week
to attend a national Board of
Directors meeting of the National
Council ol Jewish Women The)
will meet 49 other members In
New York City from Oct. 20 to
23 to chart plans and policies in
all areas of Council activity
High on the agenda will be a
discussion of the NC.IW School for
Community Action on the theme
ol "Equal Opportunity tor Youth."
which is being heUI by Sections
across the country this year.
Greater Miami Section, Mrs. Ray-
mond R Rubin, president, will
hold its school on the 8th and
22nd of Jan.. 19G4. under the di-
rection oi Mrs, Aaron I-'arr
Coming up for review by the
national hoard will be possible
subjects for the 1964-65 schools.
In addition, the) will bo discuss-
ing new plan- for Council activi-
ties in Ihe fiel! ol civil rights and
the expet iences : Section- that
are piloting the Senior Service
i orps
Gomes Night Scheduled
Lad ol Jewish War
hold a "Lucky
on Thursda)
I West Miai I Hall
Shirle) Vchti as to be
FREE TO OUR READERS I
DR. MARGARET F. REED
Psychologist Will
Launch Series
Dr. Margaret F. Rei I, clinical
psychologist, will be guesl lecturer
al the second sessioi
adult series on the
Love" sponsored by
YMHA Branch this Mot da) evt
ning, 8:15 p.m.
A famil) conns,'in
. He and mother ol "
will address hersell to
"The Love ot Man
The series is ope
ed ha-is only I hi
tures four lecture in-
ducted on successive Monda) cms
mngS at the Miami x.
With Ave. The remar
-ions will be devoted ti rheLove
ol line's Young" and "The l.ovc of
line's Fellow Man '
24-Year Hebrew-English
Calendar. 32 pages. All
pates and Hebrew equiva-
lents and days of the week.
Oct. 1940 to Sept. 1864.
I iportant JnoUh holidavi
to is; o. "
! write to H. J.
. Company, Hep,. J2,
h 30, Pennsylvania
lecture Season Beginning
Fourth lecture season at the
I. L. Peretz Workmen Circle
School will begin on (let 29. with
sessions to be held at 8 p.m., everj
second and fourth Tue.-da> through
May, 1964
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+Jewisti fhrkfian
Page 5-B
NEW RESIDENTS
Aged Home Will
Expand Program
To Meet Needs
The newly-constructed adclilioi
e Jewish Home for the Aged
. increased the capacity of the
e from 105 to 216 residents.
In response to the increase in
i nt population, Douglas Gar-
i i!~ and the Greater Miami Sec-
National Council of Jewish
, r. are making plans to ex-
: .mil their volunteer service pro-
. ram.
On Monday, from 9:30 a.m. to
to p m.. the Home will conduct
. annual orientation and train-
course for new Council volun-
The orientation session is
arl of Ihe in-service training and
ofessional supervision which vol-
nteers arc assured on the job.
The cooperative relationship be-
,een the Home and the Council.]
now in its tenth year, has become
, i.| the outstanding volunteer
rograms in a home for the aged.
For the past year, volunteer
workers of the NCJW have serv-
,(l residents of Douglas Gardens
n .i variety of activities. As j
group-work leaders, volunteers ap-
ply 'heir skills in such activities as
ceramics, sewing and basketry.
,anl playing, social and folk danc-
ing, choral groups, leathercrafts
and newspaper publishing.
Mrs. Marguerite Siegel is sen-
lor citizen chairman of the pro-
-i .mi
Pioneer Women
Slate Activities
1 irst regular meeting of Pioneer
Club 1 was to be held on
i hursdaj. l pjn in the Wash-
ion Federal BUg., 1234 Wash-
ton Ave \!r~ Sophie Krantz,
nlenl. was 10 con ml the bus-
i ss portion of the day, to be
ed bj ;> cultural program.
i hi Wednesday afternoon, l p.m
1 olda Meir Club will also meet
ihi v.,i ihington Federal Bldg .
'i i aac Pushkin, presi-
in charge.
Program, '." be introduced by
in. N'alhaniel Soroff, will feature
tdi i Mrs. Miriam Hal-
erin, who will speak on her re-
" eek rip lo Israel as a
It tl di legate; and Mrs Her-
ireen, Council president, who
"". film strips taken dur-
i tra\ Is in Israel.
- i ial hour will be hosted by
Rose Marcus in honor ol her
real grandchild.
Southeast Region ORT delegates attending the 17th biennial
national convention of Women's American ORT Oct. 14 to 18
at the Hilton Hotel in New York are (left to right) Mrs. Mark
Cirlin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Florence Kuppeiman, education
vice president, Mrs. Max Aarons, corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Samuel Avrach, bulletin chairman. Also attending is
Mrs. Louis Baron, region president.
New Chairman
Leads Session
Newly-appointed training chair-
man, Mrs. William Wolte. will
conduct the fall training session
for new Red Cross volunteers in
all services Scheduled to be held
on Thursday. Oct. 24, at Red Cross
Headquarters, 5020 Biscayne Blvd.,
session will last from 9:30 to noon.
A brief history of Red Cross
general services will be followed
by introduction of the eight groups
of uniformed volunteers known as
Ihe "Supporting Services." with
an explanation of the community
service offered by each.
The object of the training ses-
sion is to acquaint prospective vol-
unteers with the type of service
they may give, and to help them
Choose which service best fits their
particular abilities and interests.
Mrs. Wolfe, of 5255 Collins Ave.,
recently moved here from Omaha
and Chicago. A Red Cross vol-
unteer since 1954, she has worked
with Red Cross Home Service as
P social welfare aide volunteer
since her arrival here, and re-
cently accepted the post of train-
ing chairman for the Office of Vol-
unteers.
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MRS. WILLIAM WOLFE
Displaying smiles for the trophies on display at Normandy
Golf Course are Mrs. David Miller. Mr<=. Wolfie Cohen, George
Saab, and Mrs. Paul Warren. These are two of the many
trophies to be awarded by the North Beach Elemental'/ Farent-
Teacher Association foi the nine-hole, CalLtway System Golf
Tournament to be held at Bayshore Go'f Course next Wednes-
day. Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Lewis Copland aie in charga
of information.
Mrs. Shoemaker To be Speaker
Race Relations
Forum Slated
"What can you do toward bet-
ter race relations in your com-;
munity?" is the question being
asked of members of the Great-
er Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
A self-quiz with six vital ques-
tions has been sent to every mem-
ber, the answers lo which might
be easier to find after attend-
ance at Council's forthcoming Civ-
il Rights Forum on Wednesday,
9:30 a.m., at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel.
Speakers will be BUI Baggs,
tditor of the Miami News, and
Rev. Theodore Gibson, pastor of
( hrist Episcopal Church, and head
Of the Miami Chapter of NAACP.
Seymour Samet, acting director of
the Metro Community Relations
Board and director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee here, will
he moderator.
Technion Women
To Open Season
Women's Division of the Ami -
ican Society for Technion
launch its fall program of acti -
ities with a membership brunch c I
Nov. 8 at the home of Mr. ar I
Mrs. Jay Dermer, 2525 Flamingo
PI.
President Mrs. Philip F. Th; I
has announced that the "membt
bring a member"' event will fe
ture an address by I.eo Rutsteii ,
Southern regional director of t! a
American Technion Society.
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" lung. The membership drive
jflair will be held at the home
I Ihe chapter's president. Mrs.
Lewis Brooke. 1%00 NE 19th Ave.
Mrs Donald C. Shoemaker.
member of the Board ol Trustees
of the Miami Public Library, will
speak on "Should Books be Ban-
ned'' at the Surfside Recreation
Center. 9301 Collins Ave., on Tues-
day, 8:15 p.m. The talk is being
given under Ihe auspices of the
Surf-Bal-Bay Library of the Miami
Public Library and the Center.
Mrs. Shoemaker was graduated
Irom the Women's College of Ihe
University of North Carolina, did
graduate study at the Union Theo-
logical Seminary, and earned an
MA in Library Science from Pea-
body college at Nashville, Tenn.
A question period will follow
Ihe talk, according lo Mrs. Jos-
eph Duntov, libranan i.. :h:' Surt-
Bal-Bay Library.
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v.lfwistneridiftn
Friday, October
EmanuEl Ladies In Opening Tea on Wednesday
chairman of the day. Mrs. Thco- were deMgned by Mn. Seymlwf
don- Zailcs. membership vice pres- Rubin.
Planning the Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood luncheon in Sklar
Auditorium are standing (left to right) Mrs. Lou;s Cohen, pro-
gram vice president; Mrs. B3n Linde, membership secretary;
and Mrs. Sam Smiles, reenrollment co-chairman. Seated (left
to right) are Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. vies president, fund-raising;
Mrs. Henrietta Fine, president; Mrs. Harry Kastan, vice presi-
dent, membership. Not shown is Mrs. Max Raskin, reenroll-
ment chairman.

Ner Tamid Ladies Miami ckpi Bazaar
In Member Fete
Mrs. Sam Penchansky, president,
Miami Chapter of the American
Temple Xer Tamid Sisterhood Jewish Congress, announces a
was to hold a paid-up membership hazaar and dessert luncheon to be'
Temple Kmanu-El Sisterhood
|ld its opening membership tea
n Wednesday evening at the Fon-
ainebleau Hotel.
Principal speaker was Dr. Irv
ing Lchrman who spoke on -The
importance of Being a Sisterhood
Member." Mrs. Alexander Kog-
in president, conducted the meet-
ing, coordinated by Mrs. Beatrice
K. King
Opening prayer was offered by
Mrs Sol Goldstein, chaplain, and
RR Officials
Meet on Beach;
Eye Promotions
Addresses by John W Smith, |
president of Seaboard Air Line
Railroad Co.. Wendell Jarrard.
chairman-'irector of the Florida
Development Commission, and
William II. Tucker, member of the
Interstate Commerce Commission.
.eatured opening day sessions of
the 100th annual meeting of the
American Association of Passen-
i ger Traffic Officers at Miami
1 Beach last week, .lames K. Get-
' ty. president oi the association,
announced.
Getty, who Is general passenger
traffic manager for Seaboard, pre-
i sided over the four-day meeting
, at the Deauville Hotel.
This year, for the first time.
inaj mui.
Appearing-in the on
I. "Broadway Mcrry-Go-Rou
, duced bv .Miss Lillian Goodman, directed
(Hill- .!-. ----------------------- -
ideut presented the new members ....... ....... -.jjuuai
New 'iff members were intro | cal. "Broadway Merry Go-R
- luced bv Miss Lillian Goodman, directed oy lnxic Levin, Were
assisted bv Mrs Theodore Kipnis Mesdames Barbara Bassey, Bern
and Mrv'.Mex Gordon. aid Green, Rilz Burns, Martin
Hostess committee include,! Mrs. Smith, Hortense Ball, Harry Kor-
William Gordon, chairman, Mrs. ctzky and Elliott Harris.
_ t%..i-u: iit.c Thnn/tnrp nrrnmnrinist uas 1
Pians
ovc.
William Gordon, chairman, nn^m ami cuiun narris. f
Daniel Dubbin. Mrs. Theodore. accompanist was Deva Solov*
Stevens, Mrs. Leonard Friedland,, The tea served as the "Kick.
Mrs. Samuel Halpern and Mrs. off" for the European trip pre.
Sam Lipton. Table decorations ented by Mrs. Sherman Kaplan
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Have trt ^
a Meeting, 4>
f
f
ualne
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
yogr needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private pariyl (-
luncheon on Thursday noon in the held under the auspices of the
Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ner chapter on Wedneesday noon ta
Tamid. Masonic Hall. 41 Valcnci Ave..
liiehlishting the afternoon was ] Coral Gables.
to be the honoring of all life mem-1 ---------------------
ben by life membership chairman, i ^ j D.
Mrs. Herman Frank. Upfl-MTS. Plan
Mrs. Louis Cohen, program p
chairman, was to present a musi- Him I l*0|?CT
cal -Fashions of Modern Design 0 ti.Mrs club of Miaml Bl.acn
in Jewish Living. U^ fund.raising projec( wiu be
Chairman of the day was to be 1 the opening of "It's a Mad Mad
Mrs. Harry Kastan. vice president Mad Mad world," to be premiered
in charge of membership. Her m Soutn Flori.ia on Dec. 19 at
committee includes Mesdames Ine Sheridan Theatre.
Max Raskin. Bon Linde, and Sam
Smiles.
Mrs. Henrietta Fine is president.
District Deputy Expected
Miami Beach Pythian Sisters of
Temple 43 will welcome District
Deputy Mrs. Dorothy Blumberg at
a meeting callel for Thursday-
evening, Oct. 24. at the American
Legion. 1828 Alton Rd. Mrs.
Evelyn Decky will preside.
Rumored to be one of the most
exciting movies of the year, the
picture was produced at a cost
of more than S15.000.000, with a
cast of 40 top stars. Proceeds will
go to the Opti-Mrs. scholarship
fund for emotionally disturbed
children.
Reservations chairman is Mrs.
Louis Pilzer. Ticket chairmen
are Mrs. Harry Raskin and Mrs.
Sam Hirsch.
the opening sessions were attend-
ed also by members of the Ameri-
can Association of Railroad Tick
i et Agents and the American Asso-
ciation of Traveling Passenger
[Agents, who have been meeting
Ha. Miami Beach during the same
j period.
Selection of Florida as a meet-
ing site for AAPTO. Getty said.
was made "to further tourist pro-
motion for the state and in recog-
nition of the vast travel potential
represented by members of the
organizations." He noted that last
vcar the railroads of this coun-
try carried over 311 million pass
engers, 116 million of whom were
long distance travelers The rail-
roads serving Florida, predomi-
nantly long distance carriers,
'ransported over 45 million per-
sons in 19C2.
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Square Dance
Scheduled Here
A box supper square dance on
Sunday night, Nov. i". at 7 p.m..
will be sponsored by Temple Beth
Shirah Sisterhood at the Cross
Trail Dance Studio, 4150 SW 70th
Ct.
Reservations committee, chair-
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Mrs. Jay Mellow. Mrs. David Ben-
dell and Mrs. Henry Cain.
A Sisterhood theatre party at a
performance of "Gentlemen Pre-
fer Blondes" for the benefit land payments on the four acres
purchased for future expansion of
he Temple was held on Tuesday
night. Mrs. Jack Somberg. ways
and means chairman, was in
charge of servations.
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Hadassah Maps 49th Convention In Washington
Making plans lor a dessert coffee and lashion show lor paid-
up members of Temple Judea Sisterhood at the home of Mrs.
Sidney Longer, 4209 Granada Blvd., on Wednesday noon,
Oct. 23. are (left to right) Mrs. Sidney Longer, hostess, Mrs.
Jay Bearman, membership chairman, and Mrs. Frank Toback,
Sisterhood president.
By Special Report
The 49th national convention of
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization of Arneriea, will be
hel at the Sheraton Park Hotel,
Washington, D.C., from Oct. 27 to |
80, Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, Hadas-
sah's national convention chair- [
man. announced this week. She >
said that more than 2.000 dele-'
sates, representing the organiza-!
tion's 318.000 memhers in 1.320'
chapters and groups throughout
'he United States and Puerto Rico,
are expected to attend
W. Averell Harriman, Under
Secretary of State for Political Af-
falrs, and Avraham Harman, Is-
rael Ambassador to the United
S'uies, will be the principal speak-
ers at the convention banquet Fri-
day evening. Oct. 29.
Harriman will appraise Amer-
ican foreign policy problems en-
gaging the attention of the United
States Government and the Amer-
ican people. Ambassador Harman
will discuss Israel against the
background of the current situa-
tion in the Middle East.
Earlier, Mrs. Siegfried Kramar-
sky, national president of Hadas
sahj will review the activities 0T*
Hadassah during the past year.
;.nd aKo will speak on the major
problems of the American and in
In-national scenes.
Amo g speakers of national and
international prominence will be
Senators Hubert H. Humphrey
(D.-Minn.) and Jacob K. Javits
(R.-N.Y.), who will deal with
American foreign ""policy, w ith
special emphasis on the Middle
Fast. The senators will address
he opening plenary sesson on
Sunday, Oct. 27. Chairman Of the
\ cring will be Mrs. Halprin.
Mrs. Nanette Pomeroy, interior decoration coordinator of the
modernization model of Project Operation Fix Up. checks rug
materials and furniture displays with George Wolpert, of
Wolperts Furniture Co. When completed, the 40-year-old home
at 2273 SW 12th St. will be opened to the public as an ex-
ample of how Miami residences can be up-dated.
Season Member
Plan at Club
Announced Here
Westbrooke Country Club has
opened a "season membership"
which will :illow Dade County resi-
dents full privileges to May 1. 1964
at a special rate
Sheldon Kay. president of the
two-year-old recreat'on and social
acility, said that the special seas-
on lull membership at S75 plus lax
includes an entire family
Also for the first time, the club
has arranged for convenient pay-
as you play plans, to be available
I for memberships during the 1964
summer season.
For the next three Sundays,
membership counselors will greet
prospective members and escort
them on tours of the clubs facil-
ities.
Westbrooke. at 8500 on the Trail,
was among the first of the new
family-type country clubs to be'
built in the South. It features
complete recreational and social
facilities for all members of the
family adults, teen-agers and
children.
'Fix Up1 Winner Has Her House Newly Furnished
George Wolpert, president of test. "Operation Fix Up." run by
W 'Iperi Furniture t o 1200 Coral the Miami Board of Realtors.
Waj has been notified that his' Winner of the contest was Mrs.
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Friday, October
W OMAN OF THE WEEK .
Execut.vc secretary mean, many things to many people, but to
1, mple Beth Sholom it means Betty Malakoff. By what path,I did she
nve at this time and this place to be celebrating her fifteenth >ear
high school, she began to work when she was
fifteen but finished her education by going
to Hunter College and the College of the City
of New York at night.
Betty's work has always been exciting.
>he was secretary to the editor of the old
Jewish Tribune in New York. She did pro
motion, and was also secretary to Oswald
Garrison Villard. editor of the Nation. She
was with Evans Clock, the 20th Century Fund
Economic Research, and the National Refuge
Service She worked with the Drey, fascinating
.labotinsky when he was in this country. She
listened as this founder of the Zionist Re-
visionists talked tor six hours while his au-
dience either hugged or hit each other. All
these proved to be the background needed for her current position.
I fteen year.- ago. when Betty and her husband Milton, moved to
lami Beach, someone said that Rabbi Leon Krom-h needed a secre
ry, and thus started Betty's dedicated service at Beth Sholom
In a Temple there arc always crises going ondrives and projects
< one sort or another. Betty'? love of dramatics instigated the Thos-
I ,ans, but as much as Betty loves acting, she has no time for the re-
learsals herself She is serene in the face of all difficultiesnever
t uiied or quick tempered. Her calm and balanced judgment has a
. >od effect on all who come in contact with her Her hobbies are her
i ISDand, her children and her work at Beth Sholom
As a child, she read all oi the time, even walking back and forth
the library, and her love of reading has never diminished. Haugh-
ty Marion :s married to Dr. Oliver Williams, and they have two chil-
iren. They live in Philadelphia where Marion is a librarian and Dr.
. illiams is professor of political science at the University of Pennsyl-
. inia. Son Fred, who will be married next January, lives in Berkeley,
here he is a lawyer in the Anti-Trust Division of the Justice Depart-
i ent. .
Years pass swiftly, and Betty sits at her new desk in her newly-
corated office bubbling with enthusiasm because her feet really
' mch the floor. The desk was made two full inches shorter just so
lie would be comfortable. Good things come in small packages, it is
aid. and Betty is a small neat package loaded with the vital know-
how of her job. tied up with a big bow of pride and love for the
jhievements of her Temple Beth Sholom and U>e inspiration of
; abbi Kronish.
* *
TATUS
Vance Packard says it's a sign of status of the upper classes for
I jsbands and wives not to sit together, either in a car. at the theater.
r at dinner parties. Evidently, he's right because at the dinner for
J20 guests at the White Hous" given by President Kennedy in honor
'. the Emperor of Ethiopia, Carol Courshon and her husband, Arthur,
.sat at ditferent tables. Carol sat next to Steve Smith, brother-in-law
the President, and Arthur sat next to Eunice Shiver, sister of the
1 re-ident. Rose Kennedy in a sea green long-sleeved, beaded floor-
' ngth gown, acted as official hostess because the President's Lady
I 3d left that day for Greece. Carol said that, usually, the anticipation
I an event is greater than the affair itself: hut this wasn't so here
CUT POPPED A BUNNY
Jacquie Kott had a birthday party for her husband, Irwin, better
'. nown as Bu::dy. It was a gay evening with songs, poems and clever
resents. Ralph Novak wrote a series of songs to the tune "Mamana,"
ijch stanza sung by one of Biddy's friends. Among the guests were
fr. and Mrs. Si Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marcus, Mr. and Mrs
ick Perwin. Mr. and Mrs. Sherburt Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schift.
and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Marcus. The best present of all came in a
l uge white box tied with a green bow. It was a surprise from blonde
acquie to her husband on his 40th birthday. Out jumped an adorable
i-'d haired model, seventeen years old. dressed in a bunny suit.
*
DIM JENNIE SEITLIN
She's home from her trip to Israel but still finding it difficult to
" elieve that she was able to crowd so much into such a short time
'here has been a miraculous change in the eight years since she was
lere last. Tall buildings have gone up, many-laned highways have
aken the place of the old roads, and of course she was thrilled with
ne results of the work done by her beloved Pioneer Women, as well
s Hadassah and National Council of Jewish Women
* *
MNNER FOR FOUR TWICE
Ins and Budd Cutler took Iris' parents. Mr. and Mrs David
chulan, to Kings Bay Yacht Club for dinner to celebrate their 36th
vedding anniversary. The following week, they took the Jack Schenk-
mans because it was Mrs. Sclienkman's birthday. The Cutlers enjoyed
heir dinners twice, both wit.i happy birthday and happy anniversary
akes. '
FAMILY DINNER
Mrs. Rae Levy was here from Brooklyn to spend the holidays with
ler daughter. Gladys (Mrs. Jack) Fineberg. Gladys gathered the
hole family together. The main topic of conversation and the one
'hat Grandma had to be brought up to date on was about the Fine-
>erg's eldest daughter, Marilyn, who has been writing the lyrics for
..like Cowan's music. At present they are both holding their breath
'"he name of the three songs are "Buddy Blue," "Don't Crv Babv "
. ".'J "Me and My Little M.G."
Jill Channing Will
Wed Executive
Mr and Mrs. Jules P Channing,
781 Fairway Dr.. Normandy
Shores, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Jill Sue, to
Harold L. Gaffin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert R. Gaffin. 18971 NE
20th Ave,
The future bride is a graduate
ol Miami Beach Senior High
School, and is presently attending
the University of Miami.
The pro-pective bri.iegroom
graduated from williston Acad-
emy, Easthampton, Mass. He is
also a graduate of the University
Ol Pennsylvania, where he was a
member of the Undergraduate
Council, Junior Honorary Society,
and served as president of his
Junior Class His fraternity is
Phi Epsilon Pi. He is vice presi-
dent of Gaffin Store Equipment,
Inc.
Wedding will take place Fell 1.
1964
Discussing plans for a musi-
cal program Saturday even-
ing, 8:30 p.m.. in the new
auditorium at 170th St. and
NE 19th Ave.. to help cele-
brate the 37th anniversary of
North Miami Beach, are Surf-
side Vice Mayor Louis Ho-
berman, Joyce Farber, lyric
coloratura, and Sally Kaye,
occompanist. The concert,
featuring Miss Farber and
Victor Marchese, diamatic
tenor, will be sponsored by
Chase Federal Savings and
Loan Association, according
to George Valentine, public
relations vice president at
Chase Federal, who is mas-
ter of ceremonies for the
event.
J
PERETZ
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ENROLLING
NEW STUDENTS
The I. L. Pereti School
Workman's Circle)
1S4S S.W. 3rd Street

nd the new School at
Y.M.H.A.
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ARE NOW ACCEPTING
NEW STUDENTS
'or Information call
Mr. Max Glieberman 532-8092
or
Mr. A. Block, Secy., 538-5157
Rabbi Stern Scheduled
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of Beth
Jacob Congregation, will speak
this Fridaj at 7 a.m over Chan-
nel 10. on the program. Give Is
This Day." His topic will be
"Einstein and Freud," and will
be given in two parts. The sec-
ond is scheduled for Friday, Oct.
25, at the same time and chan-
nel.
Werner* Kahn
MISS JILL SUt CHANNIHG
Flashner, Miller
Betrothal Told
Wedding of Miss Ina Claire
flashner and Michael L Miller is
planned for Jan. 18, 1964.
Announcement of the engage-
ment is made this week bj the fu-
ture bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Flashner. of Oak Park. Muh
The prospective bridegroom is
the -on of Mr. and Mrs Howard
Miller, 10021 E. Liroadview Dr.
Sweetheart ot Phi Epsilon Pi
Fraternity, the bride-elect will re-
reive a degree in education from
tin Universit) of Miami in Jan-
uaij
Her nance earned a BBA degree
,:i the University <>t Miami, where
he served a- president ol Phi Kp
silon Pi Fraternity, and was a
member ol the Inter-Fraternity
cil
'8.1963
Foreign Stude^h
Program Here
A "People-to-People pro
for foreign students Inn:., in J.
ami was initiated at *Temu
Judea during a Sisterhood Zt
ing on Wednesday w'
Guest speaker was Dr. And
Yarrow, foreign student advisor I
the University of Miami. ,
opened the way for students to
be guests at the home of um
lies here on Friday evening^
then to attend services at th*
Temple. *
The project will he enntinUM
throughout the winter montl.
with Rabbi Mordecai Podet mew
ing with the student ~ follow,,,;,
the services to answer any qJel
tions they may wish to ask.
In charge of information i- \|r,
Marvin Levin.
Miss Goldman's
Betrothal Told
Mr, and Mrs. Murray Goldman,
i.'.'i'i Gar) ue ai nounce the en
iagemenl ol then daughter, Pen-
ny, to Rariy E Sugerman
Both the bride elect and the fu-
ture groom are graduates ot Miami
Beach Senior High. Miss Cold
man also attended the University
ol Miami.
Her fiance, an outstanding ath-
lete, received a degree l'rom Geor-
gia Tech and is a member Of Phi
Epsilon PI fraternity His par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. George
Sugerman, 88io Dickens Ave
Wedding is planned [or Dee 14,
Adult Education
At Beth Sholom
Chairman of thi Beth 9b
Edult Education Conn n \|:,
Irving Kushman. announces the
following schedule t r the 19634;
adult education institution
First semester, i it 21
through Dec. 23: secoi I i",. ja
6 to Mar. 9. All classi :
00 Mondays from 8 lo 10 p.m
Courses offered arc Hebrew."
"Elementary i rsabon."
"Prayer Book Hcbn
"Advanced Conversati
by members of the Beth Shalom
Keligioua School staff. M
bera Lipson. Miss Nettie Gold-
stein and Abraham K
A course on "Great
Books," covering sclei I
.lewivh literature .. their ir.
Iluence on Jewish hist will be
fciven by Rabbi Leon Kr>ni spiritual leader of Both Sholom
and a "Jewish Art Sampler" will
be conducted by the Temple
cational director. Herbert I
Bloom,
New Members
To be Installed
New members will be installed
at the Farband, Ben-Gurion
Branch, meeting slated for Wed
nesdaj evening in the Farband
cultural Center, 842 Washington
We
Bernard Furman. cultural chair- Israel viewing in detail tS mi
man. will introduce the featured ioua projects the Labor Zionists
speaker oi the evening, Mrs. Mir- are helping to promote inert
lam Halperin. vie president. A social hour with rctrrshment-
As i deh-ate of the Histadrut, served by the committee will i
Mrs. Halperin spent five weeks in low the program.
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itrvningly
yours.
<*Jult Zi
TEMPLE Belh Shoiom held a
dinner dance in tribute to
the Si."- <>f Israel Sunday night
nl the Don! Beach Hotel. Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin were
he hODorees for the reception,
Btured > speaker Israel
Vmbas a ior Katrlel Kaetz. For
-ion. Mrs. Ansin select-
m! a wbite Bilk faille dress with
i I'- .let! jewels at the scoop-
,,i mine and a skirt which
Hand 'i a modified "A" line
: the Temple's president.
Mr-. mes Albert, chose a
ene c lored white bro-
cktail ensemble Her
as a sheath with a match
net, Mrs Louis K. Snel-
tose husband was chair
the evening, wore a
gth formal completely
ith turquoise colored
A matching sequined
completed her ensem-
i .1 -(ph Singer'-, gol.l
ensemble was a sheath
. fitted hip-length jacket
i soie in iced blue creat
Seymour Silverman's
i I irmal.
tnna Brenner Meyers
black chiffon cocktail
i pped nli a white rib
jacket which featured
iti mink collar. Mrs. Sain
ribbon knit sheath and
in a tcli ng jacket were in a warm
lilac Green and gold
blender! into a print on Mrs
S, Bailey's sheath, winch
had the relaxed waistline Mrs.
David Druckei's full-length lor
iikiI of black and silver brocade
featured a low .back. An emer
aid ;;-cen and gold brocade
' ensemble was worn by
Mr> : ward Greenfield.
ice:
'i
nk as the color choice
Irs Sam Pollock. Her
dress had sequined
appliques on the skirt.
t coat featured a doirble-
ape effect. The ensem-
one which she had de-
Mrs Trudy Hamer-
"iv a black and gold
ensemble with a beige
lace bodice. Mrs. a. c.
lack j-'t covered cocktail
- a Parisian Count Sar
ation. A floor-length gown
:> covered with white
it sequins was worn by
Lea Le\ in
Wife of the Rabbi, Mrs. Leon
Kronish, selected a floor-length
white satin formal with a
straight cut neckline. Hand em-
broidered beading detailed this
slash effect, and she carried a
matching stole. Mrs. Sol Lich-
ter's fabric came from England,
featuring iridescent satin in lor-
est green, and was made into a
sheath and matching three-quar-
ter length coat. The sheath had
a large bow at the waist, which
was draped into an asymetrical
line, and her coat was lined in
gold silk-satin.
Mrs Hetty Brown chose an
exciting red silk sheath in a
modified sheath shirtwaist style.
Her dress was sell-belted. A
gold embossed sheath with a
semi-sweetheart neckline was
worn by Mrs Meyer Crcenberg.
Black silk chiffon was the choice
of Mrs. Maye Peinberg. Her
lull skirt featured a draped poul
mi one side, aid her sleeve- were
hand-embroidered in a floral de-
sign which was trimmed with
seed pearls A black brocade
cocktail ensemble was worn by
Mrs Leonard Rosen.

lu|RS. Harry Walk's floor-length
" formal was an embossed
gold sheath. C'alusa coral silk
chiffon was the color choice of
Mrs Birdie Faxo. Her fitted
bodice had a deep scooped neck-
line and was covered with irides-
cent sequins, and her skirt was
bouffant. Mrs Anne Zorrsin
wore a porcelain blue brocade
Sheath with a scooped neckline
and cap sleeves. A pale lemon
moygasbel two-piece ensemble
was the choice of Mrs. Aaron
Farr. Her overblou.se was em-
broidered in white
Mrs. Max Weitz had just re-
ceived her gown from Italy,
which she had ordered while
there, and the hand-beading took
months. Of magenta silk satin,
the sheath was covered in bands
ot diagonals embroidered with
.silver cavier beads, satin-lined
bugle beads, rhinestones and
pearls Her matching jacket
was cut with intricately-place
sleeves. Mrs. Milton Gaynor
chose a gold and brown brocad-
ed shealh and matching cutaway
jacket. A ranch mink collar
trimmed the neckline of her
jacket.
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Private and Semi-Private Rooms Jewish-Style Cooking
Starlight Roof Supper Club of the Doral Beach Hotel was the
scene of a wedding dinner for movie actress June Allyson
and her new husband, Glenn Maxwell, following their mar-
riage in Ft. Lauderdale. Shown (left to right) are Paul Pollak.
June Allyson. Glen Maxwell and Jerri Pollak. The Pollaks
hosted the wedding party at Doral and during their stay in
Miami Beach.
Mizracho to Keynote 'New Horizons'
By Special Report
Cardiac Hospital Luncheon
A fund-raising luncheon and card
party was held by the Miami
Chapter. National Children's Car-
diac Hospital. Tuesday noon at
Ihe hospital. Highlight of the af-
ternoon, chaired by Mrs. Reuben
Schild. was viewing the newly,
decorated hospital lobby.
Candy Stripers
To be Cited
Some 100 Candy Stripers from
Variety Children's Hospital and
their mothers will attend the an-
nual "Awards Tea" party Satur-
day, from 2 to 4 p m.. at pool-
side of the Robert Clay Hotel.
Mrs. Edward Melniker, an ac-
tive member of the Variety Wom-
en's Committee, and supervisor of
the volunteer corps, announced
that the young ladies who have
earned certificates for services in
the hospital will be cited for their
efforts by Variety officials.
"New Horizons'' in vocational
education, child-care and social
service work in Israel will be
the theme of the forthcoming 38th
annual national convention of the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America, it was announced by
Mr- Dudley Felt. convention
chairman.
Th" four-day meeting, to be held
in Washington DCs bhoreham
Hotel on Nov. 10 to 13. will focus
special attention on problems of
integration in Israel, vocational
training for children ol the new
immigration, advanced industrial
training to meet Israel's burgeon-
ing industrial needs, and the in-
cieasingly sophisticated social-
welfare anl social-service require-
ments of the present period of Is-
rael's development.
Delegates representing 50,000
Mizrachi Women in 37 states will
attend the Washington meeting to
be addressed by top U.S. and Is-
rael officials
Program highlights include the
conferring of the 1963 "America-
Israel Friendship Award" to Sen.
Hugh Scott, of Pennsylvania, a
major address by Israel's Ambas-
sador Avraham Harman, the
premiere of "Marching Towards
Tomorrow," a film on Israel's cur-
lent needs, and the appearance of
Col. Nachman Kami.
The four-'ay meeting will coin-
cide with the close of the World
Becks to be Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beck will
he honored at a testimonial din-
ner tendered by Temple Tifereth
Jacob The catered affair is call-
ed for 7 p.m. on Sunday, with Mrs.
Mimi Klein in charge of reser-
vations.
( (inference of Youth Aliyah.
marking the 30" h anniversary of
Ihe establishment of the youth im-
migration movement which has
brought more than 100.000 children
to Israel. Some of the first chil-
dren t" arrive h Israel, then Pal-
estine, in the Youth Aliyah pro-
gram will participate in the con-
vention.
Brandeis Unit
Coffee Friday
Miami Beach Chapter. Brandeis
1 University. National Women's
Committee, will hold a coffee
board meeting on Friday. 10 a.m..
at the home of Mrs. Ralph Spero,
4335 Royal Palm Ave.
Plans for the annual fall meet-
ing to be held in November will
be under discussion.
Mrs, Sam Goldman, president of
the Miami Beach chapter, who has
just returned from the campus at
Waltham, Mass.. will report high-
lighls of her visit there.
On Oct. 6, Brandeis launched
the 15th anniversary celebration
ol its inauguration as a liberal
arts university,
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Friday, October 18. 1963
Future of American Jewry' Will Be
Topic of Noted Historian at Lectureship
"The Future of American
;i?" wtrHbe I ht> *.*? oH^r?
do W. Baron, noted scholar, his-
rian and author, who is sehedul-
i I to deliver the inaugural ad-
i ,-es> at the first annual Contem-
jrary Je\vi?h Affairs Lectureship
the Fontainebleau Hotel on
' Jesday evening. Oct. 29.
The annual series is being en-
( owned by the Sam Blank and
: .irmly Foundation.
Fred K. Shecket, publisher of
"he Jewish Floridian, and chair-
nan cf the committee for the
ectureship, said that Dr. Baron
vill consi.-'er American Jewry,
ts complexities, the problems
confronting the community to-
c"ay, and some of the solutions
avai able.
'He will alto take note of the
25th anniversary ot the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.'" Shoeh-
et declared, "and urge Miami
.Jewry to look ahead t:> newel
jiorrzons of achievement ."
The Oct. 29 event Is by invi'a-
lion, and there will be no sr-licita-
tioa of firds, Shochet said.
Dr. Baron is ciirec'or ol the
Center of Jewi h S.udies at Col-
nmWa IniverMiy and professor
emeritus of the Chair of Jewish
History, Literature and Institu-
tions at Columbia. He -is an inter
rationally renowned student of
Jewish culture and history.
Opening Session of Regional ZOA Confab
To Feature Noted Middle East Leader
DR. fATEMf
Dr. Na-roi!ah Saifrjoiir^ FatemJ^
noted Middle East Moslem leader.
statesman, editor and former I'N
delegate, will be keynote speaker
at the opening session of the 26th
annual Zionist Organ'zat on of
America Southeast Re?ioi confer-
ence on Saturday evening in the
Andrew Jackson Roo.n ol tne An-
drew Jackson Hotel. Na hvil'e,
Tenn.. according to Maurice H.
Pilsk, chairman of the conference.
Dr. Fatemi. who has recently
returned from a special study tour
of Israel, the .Middle East. Ghana.
Rabbi Shapiro Will Deliver Sermon
Delegates to the 26th annual
conference of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America. Southeast Re-
gion, and members of the Nash-
ville Zionist District will be hon-
ored at late Friday evening ser-
On the 39th anniversary of their establishing Norton Tire
Company in South Florida, groundbreaking is held for con-
struction of another branch at 9001 So. Dixie Hwy. Wielding
_jold shovels are (left to right) Louis Pallot, founder and chair-
nan of the board; Ronald Pallot, secretary-treasurer; Norton
^allot, president; and Howard Katzen, vice president. The
icrtion's largest dealei in B. F. Goodrich Tires, Norton Tire
Company now operates 12 stores throughout Dade, Broward
:md Monroe Counties. They serve numerous commercial
and fleet customers and retail outlets, and operate a retread-
ing plant and warehouse at their main offices at 5300 NW
l'7th Ave.
Israel Diplomat
Will Install
New Officers
Yaakov Aviad, Consult of Israel
.i New York, and director of press
relations at the Consulate General
i Israel, will be guest speaker
,t the closing banquet and in
uallation <>t the 26th annual Soutit
.; Region ZOA conference. The
anquel will take place on Sun
la) evet ing in the Social Hall
: the West End Synagogue in
Vashville
Aviad is a graduate "f the
Maaleh High School in Jerusalem
ind pursued his higher education
n England, where he studied mod-
.in languages and public adminis-
ration at the London School of
Economics. During World War
II. he was with the RAF in Eng-
land, and later served in the Is-
raeli Defense Forces. He as been
in Israeli Government service
for some 10 years.
At the banquet Leon May. of
Nashville and Miami Beach, will
he installed as new president of
i the region. May is the son of
| Mortimer May, well known Zion-
| ist leader and former national
president of the ZOA.
Mortimer May will serve as in-
stalling officer. Toastmaster of
ihe evening will be Harry Jafie.
Of Birmingham, Ala.
vices in the West End Synagogue
in Nashville, according to Joseph
L. Cohen, chairman of the event.
Rabbi Jerome Kestenbaum.
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, will welcome visiting dele-
gates. Following the services,
there will he an Oneg Shabbat in
the Social Hall.
On Saturday morning, dele-
gates will again assemble in the
West End Synagogue for reli-
gious services at 9 a.m. Rabbi
David Shapiro, spiritual leader
of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, and
newly-elected chairman of the
Board of Governors of the South-
east Region of the ZOA, will de-
liver the sermon.
Rabbi Shapiro, who is a grad-
ute nt New Ymk University and
en Yeshiva Yavne Theological
Seminay, is also a graduate at-
torney Before coming to Holly-
wood, he was Rabbi of the Green
Bay. Wis.. Congreegation. and was
also i irector of the American Jew-
ish Congress in Chicago and the
Midwest He is a past president
of ihe Zionist Organization of the
Midwest, and past chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal for
Wisconsin and upper Michigan.
Nigeria, Etlvop a. Kenya and sev-
era"! other~Afriean nations, ha."Vis-
ited Israel on several other ,,:a
sions.
Dr. Fatemi is a graduate oi ( ,,|.
umbia University. He has been
the editor and publisher ul a
monthly literary magazine and
several daily newspapers in the
Middle East. He his served as a
member and vice president ol the
legislative council of the Province
oi Isfahan and n Mayor ol the
City of Shiraz. He has also sen ed
,n the Iranian Parliament, where
he was on the impo.tant Foreign
Relations Committee.
As a diplomat. Dr. Fatemi has
served as Iran's delegate to the
United Nations. He has presented
the case of Iran to the Security
Council, and has served as eco-
nomic and political advisor tu the
permanent delegation of Iran to
the United Nations.
Pilsk. of Nashville, will serve ;iS
the chairman for the opentnt' ses-
sion. Israel Feiden, of St. Angus-
tine. Fla.. president of the
east Region of the ZOA. who has
recently returned from Israel will
also addres.s the opening session.
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United Synagogue In 50th Anniversary
At Adult Education Cavalcade Sunday
T Launches
Varied Programs
A regular Sunday night square
dance program will be started by
the Miami YMIIA Branch on Sun-
day evening. 8 p.m., it was an-
nounced by llerschel Rosenthal,
dent.
The program, for beginners as
wi II as for advanced square dan-
cers, will become a regular Sun-
day night feature at the branch.
Caller "ill be Marvin Hertz.
rhis is one of many adult pro
g ama planned at the Miami
Branch this year by the Adult Ac-
tivities Committee, of which Stan-
ley Spieler is chairman. Women's
slimnastics will be held on Tues-
day mornings at 9:30 under the
direction of Mrs. Jan Cameron.
Beginning on Wednesday eve-
nin;. the Miami "Y" resumed its
Mr. and Mrs. Volleyball League.
Tei mi under the direction of Mr.
and Mrs. llerschel Rosenthal. Mr.
and Mrs. Martin \\'hite. and Mr.
and Mrs. Maxwell Wias have al-
ready begun.
Fiftieth anniversary of the foun-
ding of the United Synagogue of
America will he celebrated by the I
Southeast Region on Sunday. 8:30 \
p.m., according to an announce- j
ment by Jerry Sussman. regional \
president.
The event will take place at
Beth David Congregation. 2625 i
SW 3rd Ave.. and the public is in-
vited.
Principal speaker for the eve- ,
Editor to Be
Guest of Honor
First meeting of the season for
the Chaim Greenbcrg Branch of'
Poale Zion will be held at the
Farband Labor Zionist Center, 842
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
\ next Thursday evening, Oct. 24.
The meeting will serve as a re-
ception in honor of Leo Mindlin,
executive editor of The Jewish
' Floridian. who recently returned
1 from a trip to Israel as guest of
i several Israel Government agen-
i cics.
Dr. Simon Wilensky, president,
will conduct the meeting. Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff. consultant to the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
introduce the guest of honor.
Mrs. Sophie Krantz will present
a slate of candidates for election.
nir.-i, which will alto mark the
opening program of the Adult
Education Cavalcade of the Uni-
ted Synagogue of America in the
Southeast, is Rabbi Herman
Kieval, nationally-known spirit-
ual larW of Temple Israel of
Albany, N.Y.
Rabbi Kieval is Ihe author of a
ciassic commentary, on the Htvb
HoHdrv. liturgy, and serves as in-
structor in liturgy at the Cantor's
Institute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America. Subject of
his talk, which will be followed
by a question and answer period,
is Ihe Legacy of Solomon Schech-
. terVision and Fulfillment." Solo-
mon Schechter was president of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
and founded the United Synagogue
. of America in 1913.
A special ceremony will honor
rabbis and presidents of United
1 Synagogue congregations.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
I ica represents the Conservative
i movement in American Jewish
, life, numbering over 750 congre
; cations, and one million affiliated
families.
It conducts v\ inin "n "ro-
,ram of adult Jewish education.
I ycuth activities, elementary edu-
I cation, and publishes a large
amount of literature designed to
assist congregations in all aspects
of their work.
BB Women
Map Conferences
On Miami Beach
Local U'nai B'rith Women M
imeet with their District 5 directc
Mrs. Maurice A. Goldberg, in sp
cial leadership conferences sebe
tilled from Oct. lit through 21, 10::
ia.m. to 2 p.m., at the Eden Ri
! Hotel.
All district chairmen and cha
ter consultants will meet on Oc
; 18. Chapter presidents will ho t
their session on Oct. 20.
Council presidents Mrs. F. .-
!vid Sachs, Miami: Mrs. Paul H.
1 rold. Broward-North D a d e ; ai
(Mrs. Lester Arkin. Miami Beach
'are scheduled to meet with M
Goldberg on Oct. 21.
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UN Program Scheduled
Ervin Schindler. president of
the Miami Beach Branch of Uicl
American Association for the J
United Nations, announces a pro-'
gram celebrating the 18th anni!
versary of the UN will be held'
here on Thursday evening, Oct.'
24. Set in Bay Front Park. 12
countries and the I'nited States
will be represented in music,
dance and song.
Beach Group
Hears Discussion
"The New Third Society" creat-
ed by -ingle parents was discuss-
Dr Jack A. Kapchan. pay-
list, at a meeting of the
Beach Chapter of Parents
Without Partners. A coffee and
social followed the talk on Tues-
1 iaj evening at the Bel-Aire Hotel.
Parents Without Partners is a
national non-profit organization,
i to the interests of single1
parents and their children, and |
has a membership role of 15.000.
Serving as president of the local
group l- Harold S. Guerlin, with
Harold Fuller as vice president.
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Friday. October 13, i963
Interested parents at Temple Beth Am are in
charge of decorating the Sukkah each year
According to Mrs. Max Brown, president o
the group, Mrs. Max Millard was chairman ot
the group for the current season's celebration.
Assisting in the decoration were Mrs. Murray
Lipinsky. Mrs. Norman Todd. Mrs. Harold
Lurie, Mrs. Dan Farkas. Mrs. Harry Ross. Mrs.
Morton Kronengold, Mrs. Eli Gersten. Mrs.
Beth Am Scouts Win Top Awards
During Temple Both Am Boy swimming; Richard Baum. nature
Honor .soil and water conservation, citi-
zenship in the nation, safety and
camping; Maury Morse, nature.
reading, soil and water conserva-
tion, citizenship in the nation.
cooking, citizenship in the home;
Leonard Caplin. Mrs. Melvin Levinson. Mrs.
Robert Garvett, Mrs. Jack Zagoria, Mrs. Ld-
wcrd B.amson. Mrs. Fred Segal. Mrs. Bertram
Schild Mrs. Ira Druckman and Mrs. Edward
Scharps. Elton Edelman. florist of Coral
Gables, furnished the autumn leaves for dec-
orations. Standing outside the Sukkah is
Dr. Herbert M. Eaumgard and students oi the
school.
Scout Troop 302 Court of
held recently. Ben aid Abbott,
assistant Scoutmaster, made the
lollowing awards;
James Baros. citizenship, row-
ing and nature; .lorry Avick.
mre and canoei
jack Goldstein, Jeffrey Morse, nature, soil and
Art Unlimited
Courses Resume
Art Unlimited Art School, the
Soned studio at 8246 NE 2nd fcve.
announces the i peiring ot Us 12th
winter season I fine and com
mercial art classi -
All classes are conducted b)
en Soned, director, a fellow
of the International Institute of
Arts and Letters listed in "Who's
Who ip American \rt" and former-
|j ., member of the faculty of the
I niversity of Mil
Courses inch rksh ips in
and pai tii g for
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well as design i mil
b< ape paintit lif<
There are Is ior classes
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Enrollmt | '' 21, and
continues thereafter Monday
through Friday fi im 2 to fi p.m
Tropical Chapter Card Party
First card puny for Tropical
Chapter. American Medical Cen-
ter at Denver, is slated tor Wed-
nesday evening at the Bel Aire
Hotel Vice president Mrs. Mor-
ton Maltz. is in charge of reserva-
tions. Mrs. Betram Thorpe is
president.
Paul H. Marks, president of
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan Association, was elec-
ted president-elect of the Flor-
ida Savings end Loan Lea-
gue at the 40th annual con-
vention cf the organization in
Hollywood on Tuesday.
Geoige B. Preston, of West
Palm Beach, was named
League president.
water conservation, citizenship in
the nation, lcatherwork, cooking,
electricity and reading.
Fore one-mile swims: Steve
Itogers, Scott Lorry. Frank Hus-
ter. Jack Goldstein, Jeffrey Morse
and Rick Baum.
Dan Fried, chairman of the Ad-
vancement Committee, made the
following awards: Martin Avick.
swimming; Larry Forman, swim-
ming: Sam Goldstein, nature and
soil and water conservation; El-
liot Abbott, nature and rowing;
Danny Yagoda. nature, soil and
water conservation, and citizen-
in the nation; Bruce Fried, na-
ture, first aid. and rowing.
Sam Avick. assistant Scoutmas-
ter, presented second class awards
to Bob Berrin. Frank Hutsler,
Steve Rogers, "Scott Lary. Jack
Goldstein and Larry Foreman.
Harold Goldstein, institutional
representative, made star Scout
awards to Danny Yagoda. Bruce
Pried, Jerry Avick and Jimmy
Baros.
Each boy in turn presented a
gold pin to his mother. J. Lurie
presented Tenderfoot awards to
Handy Pried and Richard Sager
Jack Baum, Scoutmasti r, pre-
sented Life Scout awards to Jet
trey and Maury Morse, whose
mother also received a gold pin.
Ben Clein, vice president of the
Brotherhood, accepted the Troop
Charter, which will be placed in
the Temple office.
Dock Steps Up
Campaign For
City Commission
Bill Dock. 41 year-old native Mi-
amian. this week stepped up his
bid for election to the Miami City
Commission with a whirlwind side
walk campaign to acquaint voters
with his 10-point platform.
Dock is a candidate in Group 3
in the Nov. 19 city election. An
automobile dealer. Dock said Ins
campaign is based on bringing a
businessman's thinking to the com-
mission."
His platform includes "elimin-
ction of inventory taxes, a step-
ped-up program to relocate Cu-
ban refugees, equalization of tax
assessments on a share-the-load
basis, pre-planned tax reduc-
tions, and stimulation of Miami's
economy in the blighted and ef-
fected areas by activating such
studies as the Magic City Plan."
"Miami's poor tax structure."'
Dock points out. "was pin-pointed ]
just this week in a survey of .Mi-
ami businessmen conducted by the '
Economic Advisory Board.
"Our crippling tax structure has
forced business and industrial
firms to move out of the city."
said Dock, "and the EAB survey
notes that this trend will continue
if nothing is done. Something
must be done, and done quickly
to boost Miami's sagging econ-
omy."
Dock's campaign treasurers are
Louis and S. J. Spector. prominent
leaders in the Jewish community.
The Spector families are pioneer
Miamians and active in religious
ar.d civic affairs. The Spector
family are the donors of Spector
Hall to Beth David Congregation
UM Prof Due
At Temple Judea
Guest speaker at a coffee forum
railed for Sunday. 10 a.m.. at Tern
lie Judea will be Dr. Earl Cosset
' Jr., professor of religion at the
University of Miami. His subject
will be "Protestantism
Third session in a series on com
parative religion, the lectures are
under the direction of the Tern
pie's board of education, chaired
by Mrs. George Baum.
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Orkin Occupies
New Quarters
Orkin Exterminating Company
nnounces the completion and oc-
cupancy of its new S2.000.000 head-
quarters building in Atlanta. Ga.
Located on five acres purchas-
ed by the company several years
ago. the three-storied building
contains 120.000 sq. It. of floor
space, and will eventually have
three additional floors. It now
bouses the home office -1 .-If. the
[a district offii ell as
two Atlanta operating branches,
'Hi" complete!; paved parking area
will aocommo ate 350 i ai and
trucks.
; WiUner and
unu- is
which pro-
'. ide cess to I .n
uld-
Ea< h ha its own snack
facilities, rest rooms and meeting
i room facilit,
The building, contemporary in
Broward Family
Service Meeting
Milton Forman. president of the
Board of Directors of Jewish Fam-
ily Service of Broward County,
announces the first meeting of the '
board on Thursday evening, Oct.
17, at his home.
One of the special highlights of
the evening was to be a presenta-
tion by Miss Mariam Schmitz. re-
gional consultant for Family Ser
vice Association of America. Miss
Schmitz was to address the group
on the relationship between FSAA
and its member agencies.
The Family Service Association
of America is the national accred-
iting organization for member
Bgencies, and one of its primary
functions is to maintain high pro-
fessional family service standards
Jewish Family Service of Brow
ard County otters to the Jewish
community, family counseling,
family life education, service to
1 nior cit / ms through it-- private
ntial care pro-ram. and in
d n ferral,
'' vice of Brow
untj receives financial -
.
ard Ihi
ed Fund i i a t ,m| Count:
llywood :
Bill DOCK
Campaign manager
Christie, past exalted n.
cmi Lodge of Benevolen'
tective Order of Elks, a
the lodge and trustee n!
Uonal Kidney Disease Fc
and a member of the
Directors of the YM and
"
Irwn
: Mi-
Pro
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N.i
:ition.
ird "I
\
The son of a pioneer Miami
family. Dock is a graa.i-* of
Miami Senior High School and
an alumnus of the University of
Miami. He is married : the
former Mary Whitaker j-; they
have two children, Tri.: and
Michael. The family i-ends
Beth David Synagogue.
P
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has
- for
mem
Dock served on the c:
ning and Zoning Board
been active in civic al
many years. He is a cha
her and past president i \ iriety
Children's Hospital, a n
me Better Business Bun
; mi. American Legion loma
Club, Sheriff's Boy's Clu -ange
Bowl Hurricane Commi
chairman of the March t
Special Events Committi
FEMALE COMPANION
for elderly Jew *h (
yood driver, over 'jO y '
JNF Council Will
Elect Officers
Michael Sossin will be gucsl
speaker at a meeting ot the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami next Wednesday
evening at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Leon Ell. president, will conduct
the meeting. Principal business
will be the election of new of-
ficers.
Dr. Zev Kogan. counsel of the
JNF body, will bring greetings.
Musical program will include
Robert McPhcrson, tenor of the
Greater Miami Opera Guild, with
Olga Bibor Stern at the piano
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iWV Membership Party
Murray Solomon Post and Auxil-
iary will hold their annual paid
up membership party at the Min-
yonaires. 3737 Bird Rd.. on Satur-
day night. Chairmen of the event
will be Mrs. Jean Kaufman for
Ihe auxiliary and Howard Melnick
for the poM Auxiliary president
is Mrs Norman T. Levin*. Post
commander is Michael Schechter
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Friday, October 18, 1963
,
Mar ^JHitzvalt
+Jewish rkridi&ri
Page 13-B
Neil Taylor
\, *rry Taylor will become
I r .-..ill during services Sal-!
filing, Oct. 19, concluded
Isaac Hirsh Ever.
v nth grade student at N8-U-I
;'.' J lior High, where he is I
,,- er of the Science Club,
Neil r .eived his Hebrew educa
on a, the synagogue's Religious;
School Active in all sports, the
celebrant plays right field on Jun-
,, ,s Restaurant Little League
uasebi team.
Ml Mrs. Harry Taylor, 7960'
Hawthcme Ave.. will honor the!
,..,. Uitzvah at a reception fol-j
lotting he ceremony
Kenneth Goldberg
(ivah of Kenneth David.
and Mrs. Edward Gold-
f be celebrated on Satur-
ling, Oct. 19. m the main

I
v
al Beth David Congre
Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
i fficiate
:hth grade student at
-
Junior High. Ken
ies are raising animals
shooting. His favorite
nis.
_ the ceremony, Mr
Shirl<
nurse
20 yea
95th S
the :.:.
and
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cor:.

I
Graubart, registered
and electrologist for
rs. with offices at 310
Surfside. reshapes
irline and eyebrows
::! e 1 y scientifically
-t.ngly removes un-
hair." She guaran-
il "with greatest
. and ease and
Free consulta-
ilable, 9 a.m. to
. strict privacy.
and Mrs. Goldberg will host the
Kidiui/li.iu JUt*fta*.>litzvari 's hon-
Brian Grossman
Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis
Grossman, and grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Light and Mrs.
Ida Grossman, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Oct. 19. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
will conduct the ceremony dur-
ing services at Temple Judea
Brian is an honor student in the
eighth grade at West Miami Jun
ior High, and plans to continue at-
tending the Temple confirmation
class. He plays the guitar and
is a member of the Weslbrooke
swim team.
Following services, the Kiddush
in honor of the celebrant will be
hosted by his parents.
*
Norman Googel
On Saturday morning. Oct. 19.
Norman, son of Mr and Mrs. Sim
on Googel, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Congregation Beth Emeth-
Yehudah Moshe Rabbi Simon
\i ni ami i antor Flyman Fine will
officiate.
Norman is .i -indent al North
Miami Beach Junior High and the
congregation's Hebrew School
Mr and Mrs Googel will honor
their son at the Kiddush following
Ihe ceremony, and hosl a dinner
.'I the Famous Restaurant in the
c\ ening
Robert Silvers
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offic-
iate al Ihe Bar Mil/va'i o| Robert
Silvers during services Saturdaj
morning, Ocl 19, at Temple Beth
Sholom
Algiers Receives
Gourmet Society
Culinary Award
The Algiers Hotel this week re-
ceived the National Gourmet So-
riety's Culinary Merit Award.
The presentation was to be made
by J George Frederick, president
of the gourmet group, on Thursday
at a gala banquet being prepared
lor the ceremonies, according to,
Algiers general manager. Chuck |
Schlakman.
"Piece de resistance" was to be
Tournedos of Prime Beef Welling-
ton, but the balance of the menu
was being kept a surprise by food
and beverage director. Hans Mar
i use, and his staff
Mircuse, who received his
training on the continent and
emigidted to Canada after the
war and to the U.S.A. a decade
ago, heads a "good, sound
learn" of almost 100 cliefs, wai-
ters, bakers, service men and
others. All rolls and pastries
are baked on the premises, he
notes.
Service, he explains, "is what I
call de luxe American with al
most indh /dual cate ... special
attention to medical diei require-
ments a 'Contmental-UJ*. cut-
Bine "
A "specialty" i- the Algiers
"Prime Sirloin Steak Bouquetiere"
served on a silver platter, and
surrounded by a dozen vegetables,
garnished with fresh mushrooms,
grilled tomatoes and other deli-
cacies and carved at the table.
"But then," explains Mareuse,
"we consider all of our food as
'special' we personally super-
vise every dish leave nothing
to chance."
The Gourmet Society, which has
held more than 150 dinners since
its founding at the Hotel Astor
back in 1932. selected the Algiers
"alter considerable sludy," Fred-
ci ick said. Tentative plans are un-
dei way for a Miami Beach branch
of the group, he added.
The Algiers, established a decade
ago on a full oceanfront block of
Miami Beach, is co-hosted and
owned bj Dave Levinson and Lou
Kenin.

Robert Silvers
Marc Zackheim
Tobi firltl
Brian Grossman
Kenneth G/oger
A student in the Beth Sholom
confirmation class 5725. Robert is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Silvers. 6500 No. Bay Rd.
Mr. Silvers is a member of the
Temple's board of directors, and
Mrs. Silvers serves on the Sister-
hood board.
Michael Sokol
Saturday morning services on
Oct. 19 at Temple Judea will i i-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Michael
Sokol, with Rabbi Mordecai Podet
officiating.
An eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High, Michael
participates in all school sport
acth ities.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sokol. 1850 ^
SW 38th Ave. will host the Kid-
dush following services in their
son's honor
.-
Tobi Firtel
i:a- Mitzvah of Tobi, daughter
i I .Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel, will
be observed al Temple Emanu-El
during satin-day morning services,
Oct. in. conducted b) Or Irving
Lehrman.
An eighth grade student at the
Hebrew Academy of Gretaer Mi-
ami, Tobi plays the piano and is
a member of the school choir.
other interests include skating,
bowling and horseback riding.
Following services, a reception
in honor of the Bas Mitzvah will
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
; SYMPH0HY OMHtSHU
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f ^^"*0NINO CONCERTS!
SUN. OCT 20, S:30
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MON OCT. 21, 30
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RUGGIERO
RICCI
violinist
rogram Dedicated to the
United Nations
BEETHOVEN
Overture "Leonore" No. 3
SIBELIUS
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1CHAIK0VSKY
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be held in the patio of the Tern- or. Saturday evening will honor
pie. the celebrant
Kenneth Gloger
Rabbi Max A. Lipshitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, \\ill officiate at the Bar
Mitzvah of Kenneth Ginger on Sat
urday morning, Oct. 19.
Kenneth is in the eighth grade
at North Miami Beach Junior
High. Interested in all sports, his
favorites are baseball and fish-
ing.
A reception at the Algiers Hotel
Mark Allen Zackheim
Marc Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs
i Seymour Zackheim, 680 NE 172nd
Ter., will observe his Bar Mitz-
I vah on Saturday morning, Oct. 19,
; >t Beth Torah Synagogue, Rabbi
Max Lipschitz will officiate.
An eighth grade student at
North Miami Beach Junior High
-t hool, Marc collects foreign coins
and stamps. He plans to continue
his religious education.
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+Jeistrk>rkltori
Friday, October 18, 1963
RUCG/ERO WCCI
UM Orchestra,
Ricci to Open
Season Sunday
The University of Miami Sym-
ony Orchestra opens its 37th
ason, the fifth under the direc-
: .n of Fabien Sevitzky, on Sun-
. y night at Miami Beach Audi-
ium The internationally-known
ilinist Ruggiero Ricci will be
- attired guesl soloist. The con
rt, dedicated to the United Na-
ns, will he repeated at Dade
unty Auditorium on Mondaj
ght.
Ceremonies commemorating the
h anniversary oi the founding
.the United Nations will be held
both auditoriums. Miami Beach
luncilman Robert Turchin will
roduce Dr. Mose L. Harvey, a
ember of the United States Pe-
rtinent of State policy planning
. mnussion. who will give a briei
Ik at the Sunday dedication
etro Commissioner Chuck Hall
i .11 introduce Dr. Harvey at the
inday performance.
In conjunction with the cele-
: ration of United Nations Week
-om Oct. 20 to 26, Dr. Sovitiy
:ommissiored the Italian com-
:oser, Renio Rosellini, to write a
-ew work especially dedicated
o the UN. Entitled "Ut Unum
fin*" ("That They May be
On*"), the work will receive its
'Ofld premiere performance un-
:er the baton of Dr. Sevitxky at
nit concert. The Rosellini
romposition is an interpretation
i music of the last words ut-
ered by Pope John XXIII just
efore his death.
Other selections to be heard on
_ program include the Beethov-
Leonore Overture No. 3. the
~ .haikovsky Symphony No. 5. and
Kupat Holim Unit
To Hear Report
On African Lands
Rahbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader ot Temple Beth Sholom.
and co-chairman of the Business
ard Professional Council of Kupat
Holim. announced plans for a re-
ception to honor Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers next Wednesday
evening at the Fontainbleau Hotel.
Mr and Mrs. Meyers will re-
port on their recent visit to the
newly-emerged countries in Africa,
where they met with people who
'iad attended courses at the Afro-
\fian Institute in Tel Aviv under
he auspices of the Hlstadrut.
A musical program will be ot-
tered by Mi.-s Carol Donn. colora-
ura soprano, accompanied by
Miss Esther Barnett.
Mrs Meyers is chairman of the
Business and Professional Council
I'm- Kupat Holim.
Fred Waring and his Penn-
sylvanians will be appear-
ing in person at the Miami
Beach Auditorium on Tues-
day night, Oct. 22, in an all-
new show, "The Magic of
Music," featuring a company
oi more than 40 musicians
and singers.
S. Jay Levey Dead at Age 76
Eighteen years ol fighting Park-
inson's Disease and trying with
his wife, Mrs Jeanne Levey, to
find ili' cause and perhaps a cure
lor the dease came to an end for
3 Jay Levey on Oct. 9.
Seventy-six at the time of his]
death, Mr Levey and his wife'
established the National Parkin
sun Foundation in their own home
In 1957. Their devotion to fight-
ing the incurable disease for oth-
ers with Parkinson, as well as for
Levey, resulted last year in the
establishment of the first perma-
nent clinic and research founda-
tion near Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
For her efforts, Mr- Levey re-
ceived the women's "Outstand-
ing Citizen's Award in Dade
County" this year.
Until his retirement, Mr. Lev-
ey had been the owner of Beck
Lee Corp., manufacturers of car-
diograph machines in Chicago.
He lived with his wife at 9764
W. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay Har-
bor Islands.
in addition to his wife Jeanne,
he is survived by two sons. Ralph
and Jack, of Los Angeles.
Services were held at Riverside
Memorial Chapel.
Free Loan Group
To Open Season
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will hold its first
meeting of the new season on Sun-
day night, 7:30 p.m., at Washing
ton Federal Auditorium. 1234
Washington Ave.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader of Beth El Congregation,
will be guest speaker Musical
program will feature Miss Betty
Wales, soprano, and Rudy Baum.
accompanist on the accordion.
The Free Loan Association, dedi-
cated to lending money interest
free to needy Miamians. is em-
barking on its 15th year of activity
here, according to Isadore Sch-
warts, president.
Rabbi Lowy to Speak
First seminar of the adult edu-
cation program at Temple Sinai
will begin Oct. 21. 830 p.m.. and
continue on successive Monday
evenings to Nov. 18. Rabbi Dan-
iel M. Lowry will conduct the first
lecture on the topic. "The I'nion
Prayerbooks: Their History and
Development
Menorah Men's Club
Temple Menorah Men's Club is
sponsoring a "Celebrity Nile" in
the Temple's Social Hall on Sun-
day at 8 p m. Entertainment will
feature Patsy Abbott and bar
company, and admission will be
jayment of current Men's Club
dues.
s
the Sibelius Concerto for Violin
end Orchestra, to be performed by j
Ricci.
Three decades have passed since
violinist Ricci catapulted into]
fame as a boy of eight, acclaimed I
"the greatest musical genius |
since Mozart." Now an interna-1
tionally-reiunvned artist in his j
prime. Ricci has successfully
crossed the treacherous seas of
one of the most spectacular child
prodigy careers to become, in the
opinion of The New York Times,
"an undisputed master."
Women's Leader
Passes Away
A charter member of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital. Mrs. Stella Hantman. died
Oct. 9 at the age of 76.
Mrs. Hantman came here 22
years ago from Mt. Vcrnon. O.,
and lived at 340 Biscayne Blvd.
Other organizations in which
Mrs. Hantman was active were
Auxiliary of Children's Cardiac
Hospital and Eastern Star, and
she was a member of Temple Is-
lael and life member of Jewish
Home for the Aged.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
Ruth H. Gross; a son, Joseph;
and three grandchildren.
Services were held Oct. 11 in
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Doug-
las Rd.
MOSER. IrvlB "-" N1: l661n
. ,i | i, Kivt-i aide.
SERVER. Samuel. S3, ot ''* Bounty
x \. died Ocl ii HI vi
STEINMAN. i m, .ii 6*. '
I M Service* iii Toledo. '. Newman
KETTLEMAN. M rrl < >"l >*"
..; I, si ttleil Ocl Itordon
PIETSCH. Rudolf, :''. < *" Blarrlti
I >. N. \\ in.,ii
ROS.NSON. William. TT of MSu Col-
llnx Ave., died i I Uordon
trigg. Edward, '. ol T'-i Hallan-
rtnl.' Beach Blvd., Mlrumar, died
i.. i T Ulvemidi
FRIEDMAN. Kali, "v" Abbott
A vi dli 'I > '< I! Ilvi i wide
JAFFE. Michael, IV < !" NB 178th
Tel died t. IS. Klvi ralde
lew. Mi- Lillian. ''.". >! 73J....."
Ti i died -i 1-- Rlvi ml le
newman. i...mi-. 6.1, ..r I71S:I Coilln*
Ave. tirrvlcea in Rocheeier, N.Y.
Itixeraldi
SPECTOR. N'.iih. 7'.'. "f II'' ramiio
Ave Hervli M In Boston Uordon.
ARONOWIT2. Harry, 10, of JS83 Hai-
dlna Ave died > t II. lUvel di
FINEGOLD, Mrs. Hannah. 67, "f ISM
r..liliis Ave., died i-t. Rlveraldo.
LOSMAN. Max. 76, .if !1* llcean l>r..
dli i I rl. II. RfverHlde
JAKALOW. Mrs Y.-ll.i. 18, of HI'S
Ocean Dr. Bwrvlcea In Sew York.
l'.i\er*lde.
RUBIN. William. 7S, of 1 7 Jeff.-r-
-..ii Ave, Herrkrea in Chk'ugu. Itlv-
eraldc.
Cohen. Jenklna K M, ol 1"~'- Kl.m-
l.-i- Blvd., Ki n.I.ill. .li..,1 i'. t 1".
I HEWITT. Mrs Anna It ol Hay It.ir-
bor Island*, died Oct. ;. Riveralde.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU t of
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 3C 1098*
Mr.l'.CKDKS del CARMEN
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plaintiff.
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HARRIS. I'l.-lip O SO, of ll"l Blar-
riiz I n.. .1 .1 let, I".' Rlvemldi
AUERBACH, Pre*, I.', -I !1 K-;...n-
la Way, died Oct. I I Rtven lib
FELDMAN. Mr- Bather K. of 131
N. Meridian Av,.. ,11. d Oct. II. Rlv-
.ri-i.l-
ABRAHAM, aire B7, "f s\v 18th
Ht., ii i>-'i IS. !!' iino here
_:'. year*, aso frmn Brooklyn. Sue-
living are rwo daUKhiera. Mra,
i'.Ha S,.Kal an.I Mrs Ida Ueltaer;
neven grandchildren and fnur
ptn-ai -arandchll'lren. all >< Miami.
Servleei wer* held n-'i. II at Oor-
don Far. i.il Homt with Intiiineiit
ill Mt Sinai i\-nietery.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADL
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10944
THE \vii.I.iaMsi:|'Ui;ii
SAVIN'!* BANK,
Plaintiff,
ra iMENIOi i nu'asphi i, .. lnRta
man.
I i.f.nilant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
iii Domealoo Hlcaatro, a ilngli man
106 I'mvrr Road
Pawtuckat, Rhode laland
V,.ii inv h.-r.-hv notified thai II
ihova oaptlonod action ha* been h
-iiint.d aaalnat you In ih* Cl
Court , uii Florida I" d for Hada Coun-
u to forootoae > mortgage m>n '"
following deacrtbed real property:
1,., ..;. Block -.1 CORAL I'AKK I.S-
TATB8 BBCTION aecordhgt
the TUi'i thereof, recorded iniTtol
Book at !' 94 of IhJ I
Kecorda < Dade County, FTorkui
V.iii are required W file >.>ur m-
.i I,, plalntura oomplalni ith '
Clerk "f th.. atoragBM Court,
s,i\. a copy thereof noon plaintiff
attorney martin kink, mil i
Dade Kaderal llulldint. Miami -
i'l...ala. n.it altar than rJpvemoer i
I to, or a Decree Pro Confeaag will u>
entered agalaat you,
DATED: October lft. I9-.
I It I.KATI1KHMAS
I'lnk of 11" 111. all Court
Is.all By: K M l-YMAN
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN PINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
lllh Moor Dgdo l',l,:..l Bld|
Miami M. Florida
HEAR
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Friday. October 18, 1963
, JIfh##' MMrMfm.*!
Page 15-2
LEGAL NOTICE
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVeNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, in and for dade
COUNTY. .N CHANCERY
No. 6'C 1C581
i >.\!siin>;ii' ......
1 A l\ .
.:' ., \ i:.-i I \'. J( HINSl IN, el n\,
END D NOTICE OF SUIT
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW
N'm'I.'K is HEREBY 1HVKN llml
Marshal JohnKon and
i lohnxon, Ml Ife,
i \\ on le \
n<
s. I
u tie Hi Ights, Illinois
In li] i. tlfi i tJi;it the
ni .1 ... i |i ii ii.i.- i" n insti-
,,i yi i In I he Che mi i ...n i
i.i. n ii Judicial 'ircull ni
ml lor Uade Count] lo
, ., ,,..i i &age upon i..- .!..." -
Ibi il I'll |iro|i mv:
VlVH li.E ''.Hi >ve
ItiN, lee rdlng to the
lit'i f, I...... m Plal B.....<
ran* !......' H'e l*Ubllc K. i ui dn
;, i '..mi,.!. Plorl ia, togi he,
11, ----.. 11 i >l8|MMal; Hotpolni
i lot|M>lnt civ. ii A
iluii Win Un Blinds;
ml i ^. in & Spray and
Shi w ,r Ikiors.
I ii, pqulred to file > our an-
..ins: 11' complaint with
r* ol I ii- .il"i. >.in l ourti ami
, i,,. ,i op) ui.....i upon plalnl Iff's
, M VRTIN hINE, llth I
i.....; Building, M.....ii it,
thin .Ni'M'iiiii, r iB,
, i >. I 'i i. i 'onfeaao w ill be
.IL.' H-1 ) OU.
Ii; !.,i r 1". 1!";::
B r. i.i: VTHKRMAN
'Ibi k ol I In Circuit Court
It} : K. M. I.YMA.N
I leput} '"i. i K
s iim:
.. foi I'lalntlff
r i ladi i'. ui ral P.ldir.
il i
l" 18-25, II l-i
.i K S H ,
*0". Ml i ui, P.orld i Int. n,,-
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Ida.
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,i ,1.

,\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
,\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60998-B
-'- i
i.\ titi) Charles KESSLER
., i.i.1 i.naku c. kk&musr
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
torn and All Person! Hav-
: i .ii.in.i.- Against Said
hoi. bj notified and n -
m '.: .iii> hums or di-
l li you may have against
i LEONARD ill.ii.i.i.>
It .. ui late ". Uade
Ida. lu the County Judge*
i und ill.' tin same In
., pro* i.i. d In Section
rioriua Statutes, In their 01-
:.' fount} Courthouse In
.. i .i-i Ida, iilnn sis i ai*
<:.- u .in the time of the
iblli.,' ion hi reof, or the Mm,'
. : I
si Miami, Florida, ihi- itith
I el, \ I IStil.
ft A I ii.li. kESSLKR
A ':.' i i: 11 \
publ .ii. ii of this notice on
day : '.;. i. IU63,
IT M III iiwsin
i i i:\i- 1111 \
\ ilia.....:;. na.
1" >-... 11 l-'v
NOTICE UNDER
FIC 1 I n,Uo NmME LAW
NOTII ,. i.- HEREBY OIVEN thai
nu uiiu, ,slguea, ... siring to i ng
"' '" ...... "... I..IUU1 II,........
1 '" lll; i.-'i: ..I '". .n Royal Poln-
' "........ Hi M.....il .-in im.-,
loa iiii.ii ,s i., i,ji>i
III- ii II. ol III)
County, I-,. ,.....
U ii.,.,.-. ||. SI'l; \ vVSKH
sole ',..,
KESSLKH \ ,, nta
-Vii. .in, ys foi Appiii .mi
- h.W Ii-s btn el
1". IV-:.".. 11/1-8
-., Ml
n ..ii
r ii.i -
vv nil
|. .,
LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T H E~~
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCOIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 03C 10538
" 'ii.i.i.\Akm-finm~ .
SA\ INKS II \ \i,
Plain
\ -
111 'M Vh A. PATRICK el it
11. !V,
NOTICE OF SUIT
1' Astoi R. i '..ii- ii .in | lieati e
v Carlson, his w Ife,
11 11, 2nd Avenue
* uror .. Illinois
,'""' hei..... notified that
captloned action hax liven In-
i I : you in the Circuit
Klevi nth Judicial circuit
' < i i in and for Dade < 'ounty to
foreclosi mortgage upon the follow-
"- di.-. i ibi 'i i. al propel i\ .
I...i I.;. H ... K I SCI ITT I. VKE
MANOR, si:. Tli..\ mm:, according
to the Plal ill. i. .'i. i. col [. .1 In Plat
Kook '
LEGAL NOTICE
I lie
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 1.9616A
IN UK: i:-;.n.
NfAK-V l.i.i/ \|!1-:tii MATtZAMK,
I eased.
NOT CE TO CREDITORS
i' vi I n diti i ..mi All Pi rson Hnv-
' 'ii"-..... man Aaain n Said
Kstati :
V' 'i .in i ii ii ,,r <.., are h' n by
notified ii.i required to present any
claims and demands which you, ui
either of yoi.....ay it in.- agauist the
Eetate < MARY i:i.l/.\l!i;'ril MAR-
K tN i:. i ... ., d, I..;, of Uade "oun-
tj, K.orida, to the honorable Ju it i
"i the i Niunt) Judgi .-' Court, I ladi
' ounty, l-'l.'i Ida, and lo rile tin
; 1" tin.....'li 'ounty .hiilc s' In
: Hi.- Uade County Courthouse, Miami.
. Miiiiin -^ calendar monthv
i"."i tin date of the rlrsl publli atlon
hereof. Said claims or denial
; contain the I. tal nddi ess ol tin claim
:hii .ui l in i.. .-.\-i in ii, iimi presented
.it Page iu of the I" iblli
Is "i liade County, hlorlda. las aforesaid, same ill be barred
her withi Suburban lias Wall RICHARU I). MARS5ANK
. .. Richard M. Sepier, t&iq.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
"Jeni*^ fkrSdlfairi
oli-.its your legal notices
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Diai FR 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE
No. 60432-A
IN RK: Estate ..f
JAO 'i: S' 111:1:11:1:1;
I'. ceasi .1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PKKSONS INTKRESTEP IN
I UK KM'CrK tip SAID I ilTKUKVi'.
Von are hereby notified that writ-
ten Instrument iiuriMiriuos '..... me
last will and ,. .-.am. in of said dace-
dent has been admitted probate in
said Court. You an h< n by command-
ed within -i\ calenuar inontns irom
;l" date ..f Hi.- first publication of
''i- noi in i|.|" .u- in said 1 '"mi
and sliiiw cause, If any you can wh>
U11 ai lion "i said Court in admitting
-.ml win to probate should not maud
unrevoked.
W I' ISLANTON
County Judge
By: I.i >ls r. r.\.-.|, .kfii:i.|i
Clerk
Kn-t i.ni.li. nil..!, of tin- notice "ii
the imIi iia< ..r 11.-I..I.. r. i;..,.:
l"i:i:ii BOTTS, Attorney
-11 Security T 1 ust Uldg,
111 Easi riagler
Miami .;., i- ., 1,,..
l" ::',. 11 1 -v
Typi in. n
S.iliiu-li.in 1
I nil Model
Reft Igeratnr
lllinds Pal's
S3W-1 I'X No
S.'ii in.- I-.-,
6-118;
llurnei Hi- Surface
;il No. .'..'_::; Hotpolni
No. 121(139: Venetian
Water 11. .11.1 Model
Ml.
I 'I.-
Ill<
"III.
will
36139
hi bi 1 u' Ired i" file your an-
1 lo i.i.urn ins complaint with the
k ..I in. aforesanl Court, and
. .1 coiiy thereof upon plaintiff's
rney MARTIN PINE, 111)1 Ki.mr.
Uade rederal Building, Miami 82,
i- i.,i i.i.-i not later than 5>o> mi,. 1
IP63, or a 1 Pro Confi sso
be entered aanlnst you.
I IATEI I: 1 ', ;..l'i 1. 1963
E. B, I.i:\TIIKH.\IA\
Clerk ,.r the 1 'Ircull 1 'oui 1
(seal) iiy: c. i' mi-i: 1.an 11
1 inn> Clerk
M \RTIN FINK
Attorney (or Plainilrr
1 ah Floor I lade Pederal llldg.
Miami 32, Plorida
In 1-11-18-2
Hlali .ii 1' ive
Hlaleah, Plorida
As K\i ,-..I,.,' ..1 ,11,. b| ,1,. .
Mart Elisabeth Ma 1 lane
I RICHARD M. KEPI.ER
Attm n. v for Bstati
I"" Hlaleah Hrlvi
Hialeab, Plorida
9 27, I" l-ll-lg
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVBN tli.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business uinn-i Hie flctlttous name of
I'AUItTTu 1 AltMEBS MAUKET A:
Ai'Ti'iN .it ;-n N.W. luSrd Bt.,
Hlaleah Ouslens, Pla., Intends t,. r.i;-
.1.1 nun.' with tli. ('1. rk of the
Circuit Court of Uade County, blur-
Ida.
PALMETTO FARMER'S MARKET,
INC 11 Kia Corp 1 .-"li- iiiiiii-i-
WAI.TM.W. COHEN A ROBERTS
Aiioin. ys for Applicant
l" 11 -1 ^-.T.. 11 1

1
i\ The COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61047.C
- ... ..,
SKINS. K COHEN
I........1
noi ice TO CREDITORS
1 '"redd a, 1 All P. raons II.iv
' in.urn.- Against staid
notified and re-
any 1 lalms or de
5.....1* have strains!
Ji.'NKI.Sh K CtlllUN
Hath ''"iint., li..,
......mi Judges of I .1.1.
Ihe KUIlle 111 dupli-
ded in Section 733.16,
in Hi.-Ir offlci ii,
"ii-' in I hide 1 oiin-
: .li mi. ii months
lh( first publli atlon
111 be barri 1
1 01 Ida, in lath
, |i
\N w COHEN
>N It VPLAN
11 K\ii utors
thli
1..1.. r, 1
I 11 & 1 nan
i man

10.If
NTV IUDOE'6 COURT
r-OR DADE COUNTY,
r"^ iM PROBATE
a ki-b
)N 10 MAKE
D T RIBUTION
IAI O bt HARGE
11 ,

I'in.iI His-
at< ol
,.| thai .ui
mbi r, i:.i:.:. will
'' tble C mt) .luiic.-
I n Ida, foi approval
rid i.,i dlstrlbu-
1 ;.s Exe, u
the above nami 1 d< -
I6'h day ,.1 October,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No. 60123-A
IN RK Estate of
WIPHiA KL'SHELEVHKV,
I i a.---,1.
NO11CE TO CREDITORS
I',. All Creditors and All Persons II.n-
inu Claims 01 1 ii in.i.,,1- Against staid
i:.-lali :
V.,11 .11 Ii. I-. bj notified and 1 -
inn .-I in pn -. i.i any cluiuis and de-
mands wlniii you may have agalnsl
Hi.- estate ol Si li'HIA KI .-111.1.1 :\-
.- K V deceased lati 1 Dade ''ounty.
1 101 ni.. ... 1 in 1 ounty .111.1 i.. 01 1,.,,,.
County, .mil file thi same In duplicate
mil ...- pro\ 1 ;. 1 11 .-;. ctlon 733.16,
I ."i hi.1 ,-.:il ales, :n ill. 11 ..Hi, 11,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRKBi U1VEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nu.....1
riu Wedding Shoppe; The Bridal
I'.uii; Welcome Bride al 3614 Coral
way, Miami Intends to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
if Dade County. Florida.
MARIAN K-REEPIELU
B0I1 Owner
10, 18-2.1, II l-s
name
Court
III) 1 :inl \ 1 '.....t hoUS) ill 1 sdi 1 "in
ly, hirl h. lliiii \ sleiii 1 months
ii". 11 Hi, 11m. ,.i the 1 -1 llloll
I'.-i of, "I 1 lo -.,111, .1 ill In barn ,1
1 >ali .1 .11 Vi ..'ii I'lorlil.i this ntli


nolle
ia ) "I 1 1,-tol......\. I > l'u;.;.
H ..: 1.1. v tl KI SHEL
As Exe< utor
1 publics.....1 oi ibi- not 1.......1
Hi. IMh ... ( of 11. mbi 1
IIENHI NiiKI'nN
titoi 11. \ for Ex
Biscay in 1 lldg
1 Is
I I l-x
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 9479
ID'I.I.AR S.W l\i:s BANK OP
1IIK i'ITY n|' M-:\V VMKK
Plaintiff
VS.
DOUGLAS it. 1:1:1.l ,t in, el al.
11, feu.la nt
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Plret and Merchants National
Hank
Newport Mews, Virginia
Toil are hereby notified that the
ahove captlonad notion has been In-
stituted against you In the circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial (.'Ircull
of Plorida In ami f..r Dade County t"
foreclose 11 mortgage iuhmi the follow-
ing di scribed real property:
Lot 17 in Block :'ii SCOTT LAKE
MANOR, SECTION 1 Hi:, ai-cord-
ing to the Plat thereof, recorded In
Plal Book hi .11 Page *-' nf the lab-
ile Records of Hade County, Plorida.
You are retiulred to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve .' ropy thereol upon plaintiffs
attorney martin i ink, iiim Floor,
I '.ol, Pi deral RltlldlnR-, Miami '
Plorida not later than November 5th,
1963, Or .1 He,'lee I'lo I ', .111. ..,) will
bi ni- i'.'-i ags insl you.
DATKI': 1 ', toll, r 1.
i:. B. LE.VTHERMAN
Clerk of tli. Circuit 1 'oui t
(seal) Hi ; C. P. COPELAND
1 leputy Cli rk
M VRTIN PINK
Attorney for Plalnl 1
1 III. 1-1 t- Hade F..... '.al llldg.
Miami '-'. 1 loi i'la
I 10/4-11-18-2,"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH^
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU:T OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 63C 9350
DOLLAR KAVINOS BANK OP THE
CITY op \;:\\ vmi:k
Plaintiff,
\ s.
I -1111.11 BERNARD HEAGNEV and
MRHINIA \ HEAONEY, his wife,
I iiii mill nts.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Phllln Bern trd Heagm 1 ami
Virginia A. Heagney ,hls w ife,
:i7", Warri 11 Avenue
11.in ii.... 11.. New York
You are hereby notified that tht
above cautioned action has ben insil
tiit.il iigainsi you in the Circuit Court
of the ki. 1,nth Judicial Circuit of
Plorida in ami for Dade County t.
foteclose .1 1.....'tgage upon the follow-
ing di -, 1 ili. il real 1 ropi rl |
lot 1 Block 76 SECOND AI>I>1TI"\
l" CAROL CITY, nccordlng to the
l'i-'' th.....I recorded In Plal Hook
1... al Page is of the Public Rec rdj
of Hade County, Plorida, togethei
11 mi a ': 1: ;.ii inn:, Disposal PA-
JJHR; ti.E, Refrlguyator LW-11;
\ 11. ti.,11 III nu-, tS.E. 'li. n and
Rnnae .1-'.:.:. and J-S07 (B in).
Tl-.IV. r-e Rods.
You are required t,> til.- your answei
to phiintirrs complaint Mini the Clerl
of Hi. aforesaid Court, and serve ;
|ii til, reof ii|,oll UUtllltirri attorn,
MARTIN KINK, llth H....., Dade Fed.
nal Building, Miami 32, Plorida not
rater than 1 Kt.....r loth, IMS, or a
I '! '.' I'lo I'oli..-.,,. ill lie ent.r. .
:i-.nn-t you.
DATED: September 23, IM1
K. I: LUATHERM \.v.
I.i i, ,,f Hi. Circuit 1 'ouit
(seal) 1:1 : c P. COPELAND
Deputy I'l.ik
MARTIN KINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
I lib Plo..r Hole K. .1. 1.1I llldg,
Miami 12, h'.orlda
s -:. I" i-11-it
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Ni (TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
the 1111,1. signed, desirinR to engi
business under the fictitious n
EL I" IRAI '' AI'TS at 1015 N I
163rd St 1 et, No. Miami I leai '.
intend to registi 1 said name u
1 'li 1 i. of the Clr< nit Court ,,:
County, Florida.
ABRAHAM SAMET
ANNIE SAMET
1:., '1 Me.
Myers, Helman, Kaplan .N: Catsman
ail,1 a,-, s for Appllc mt
: i .11 S.W. im si Miami
10 I-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undi gned, desiring t>, engi -*
buslnesM under the fictitious na
STANLEY MELBA ASSOCIATE;
'.ul Collins Avenue, Miami Bei 1
KI,, 1 i,la intends t,, reglatei -.ii.i
with ili. 1 'i. 1 ,< : 1 in- 1 n, uit ,
1.1 1 lade 1 'ounty, Floi Ida.
IKINNET-MELB t-li:i.l, \. <
ASSOCIATES, INC.
MILT' IN A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1111 A Insl. 1 Bldg.
Miami, 1 lorlda
i.i 1-"- -:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the in". 1 -H.111 n, 11. -1. ing to ens
business under the fictitious ns
CORAL UllH',!-: ACTS, at ^:. S \\
7th Street, Miami, Plorida intent!- I
register -aid name v.lih the Clers
the Circuit Court "f Dade O
Plorida.
CARBO ENTERPRISES. INC .
:t 1-101 Ida 1 "i iioratlon
II. ROBERT KoI.T.N'mw
AtsOJ in y for
CARBu ENTERPRISES, INC.
inn iiimawie Building
Miami, Plorida
:' L'T, 1"

in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial crcuit of
florida. in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 63C 9044
THE WII.I.IAMSKl |;,;||
S.W'IN'os HANK
I'lalntlff
vs.
I M "K I'. MA YES .111.1 VKI.UA
I MAYES, hi.- til,,.,
Di I. ml..in
NOTICE OF SUIT
T< >: Jack I May. and Velina .1.
Mai.-.-. Ins 11 ii',-. Residenci I'n-
known and if remarried, their 1111-
l.noiin spouses, 11 linn- ami ir
dead, 1 be unknown heirs, devls-
siglli
NOTICE UNDFR
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Nl M'li I: IS HEREBY I IM UN I ha I

1 VTIKA r 1 1:\ VL SER
VICE ui \\ t. mi.
p 11
Clerk of I
J \t'K BARN
lilt
M MIVIN Esi|
.
, .lack Bui
and \ M Bi 1. :
in i-ii


1 u
Vdmln-

11
\
N VTIONAL HANK
'I MIAMI
' nald It. Thompson
' I I. ill .,: ,|
l Mil,, I
Vtloriu 1 ,.f
.\ 1 .,1-111., a


MIAMI
B2ACH
I" is.2.1
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKN thai
tin undi -ii. l. desli 111^ i" engage In
business undet to, flctiifoua names
ii MA.n ii: li is and of SMITH 0 \s
..' .;::- H IV '.-' li Terru'ci I'.
mi, n,l I- eglstei -., '1 n.1 mi -
with the clerk ol the fjkrull Couri of
I 'ail, 1 '"inn 1 Kloi ul.i
i'i 'Mi:V IAH 'M PANY
a rin 1 'orp 1
\ n.ii. .- 1: s : Ith, Pi es.
I'llll.ll' HI.om.M
I li in.in. Ivapll n 6 il man
Attorney for Appln
1
in 111
MIAMI
BEACH
100 COPIES Sl.>!>
E DUPLICATE ANYTHING! From one copy to thousands by
Xerography and Photo Offset. WHILE YOU WAIT!
42o.. COPY SERVICE OF MIAMI BEACH
k.1 COlN MALl *00M 102 GROUND F100R 10BBY JE 8-4482
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
F.LEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C-8707 (Vann)
1 Ft. OLEASI IN, .IK .1- Admin
lor ol Vi ins Vffairs, an 1 Ifficei ,,f
1 he 1 mt, ,1 stat. nl lie.-i-i. a, and
....... n such "fi ice, .111.1
In- nr 1 heir assigns,
Plain
CHARLES I. KVEItS, .11:
1 : 11 lanti
NOTICE OF SUIT
Til CHARLES' I. KVERS, .III
ETT V MAE EVERS
-

YOI \Ki: HEREBY Nl
.1 -.,
H 1; 1 1: \ \
. 1
. 1 .- ni \ .,.
.. ,1 i: and
his or their a ln .1
i", 1"gage' 1 .. ',..,'. in^
,1. scrlhi
Lot 13, in U ill:.- I" \ I HU-
TU 'N 'I'I 1 CAROL i I' V.....ordlng
to the plai t h. eof, as recoi ded In
BiHik '.". ..' "'. of ihe
11 il'ii. 1, .ords ol I i.oi' '' .' ly, l-'io. -
Ida;
ami >on are reqiili'iitl io file your an- I
- i- vi 11 ii the 1 'i.i k of the ircull '
1 'oui 1 "' 1' '' inty, Kloi Ida, -it Ihe '
c 'oui' ii. -, in Nliainl, 1 1 Ida. or '
befoi 1. inii.i .;i-i. :. .1 1 11.
.1 npj of .- 11 ii .i-i-u pi m 11 \ 1 lltH
HEI MAN, KAPLAN A I'ATSMAN. I
Plalnl fl attorneys, whose address Is I
Eli v< n Klftj Bit oil, :. llSu s w 1
Streel, Miami 1 1 in hi bi fori
-aid date, -I- ---I'll -I 1.1 the laws of
l-'ioriiiii. ii 1 ..ii fail to do so, 1 he com-
plaint 11 III bi 1 Hi. 11 as "i fpssi .1 by
. ,.,i and 1 1 '< 1 11,1 1 '..ni. --., Mill
he in. 1, ,1 gains! you for the n lief
ii.i,', 1 11 ili,. coinplulnt.
1 \ il.l 1 this 21th ilai of September,
K. i: I.I-: ITHERM IN
I'll
11.1 1 i rids
-----ill Bj-: C P. COI 'ELAND
1'. .. 1 i'i, 11,
Myers, li, Iman, Kapln n ,v Cati
1: illdlna
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. Mil..... 16, Kin. "ia
1 : -'7. i" )-li-is
L' I I 11 1 ,
.1 editors, ti u-t. es or "tli
ants claiming by, through, iimlei
or agali si any -f the above
nann ii .i.i. ndunts ho are de-
Cl .1-. .1.
Vou ." hereby notified that the
above cup tinned action has been In-
stituted against yon In the Circuit
1 ..mi of th. Eh< nth .ladi. lal Circuit
ol K,i Ids in and for 11 nle 1 'ounty t"
foreclose a nioi tgime upon the follow
lug desi : ibi ,1 1 ,-."i 1.....
I"t I. 1: ,, u 1.:. I-IM-: TREE MAN-
OR, SECTli IN 1 111:1:1: ,,, ,- t" the l'i.it thereof, 1, 1 nrded in Pint
k al Page "T of the I
i:-."in- "i I Hun- County, hlorl 1
You required I
mi.t lo pla ntll
Clerk 0. thi Court, and
-, rve n c.i
UARTI.N HN I Ith I
Miami
1 1
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1
11 1 KATHEHMAN
Clerk ol 1 h 1 "ir. nu 1'..
1.-..ill Uy ,' .',
deputy l'i
MARTIN PINE
At .01 ni
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Mi...... 12, I
In I M
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HEREBY OIVEN II
the undersigned, '...-iiins to engi -
business under the fictitious ni
1:11:1.1. REALTY ''"HP. d I- a nr
BILL APTS. at bOl-MS Michigan I
.Miami Beach, Pla., Intends to reg -'
-a -I name .1 ith the 1'lerk of th<
-nil Court of Hade County, PI01
KI Hll.l. KKAI.I'Y 11 'KI'.
Kniiin Smucklor, l'i,-.
sole mi n. 1
I.K< IN A. EPSTEIN
in. : 11,1 foi owner
27. m t--'--
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thi
' the undersigned, desiring t-- -i -
bualnesa under the fictitious "'
SKLBY Slli'K .-Al.'i.N al i2i I.. -
1: ad Mall, Miami Hi ai li 19, l-1.
t. mi.- t,, reglstei .-.ml name wi
< ': rk .-1 the Circuit Com t of .
County. Florida
LEE-31 1. INC., a l'l"i Ida .
Sole I'M ll.T
III ."'-. PAl'L KW1TNEY
l.iim- AtloriK .'. I.. Jo
I2U Lincoln Rcl MI111
Inc.
nl Beach S9
in 1-;:-
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF
FLOR DA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCED
No 63C 9904 (John J. Kehoe)
. SCZ x.n.ni: i.AM'i and CARL4 >
l.ANi'i. li. 1 husband,
'III Is.
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Ri HIKRT 1: BRi IWX and

NOTI. E UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
N'H'1'i: is HEREBY OIVBN thai
Ihi ninieiBimi. ,i. rloalring to etnragi In
l.ti-in,'- limit-1 tin- H.iitioiis mini.- ,,f
Pi BUT ri,\, i-; i-i 11,.ni,1, ,,, i'i],,
\V. 4th Ai. nn. Hlaleah Intends :
register -., ,1 nann tli thi 1 'li
thi i'i. in 1'.. n-i ..I 1 i.ni,. Couiitv.

I Rl 'I'llV W l:i.|i. INC.
9 27, III I-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby oiven thai
tin Mini. -.-.-n, .1 di |ns I.. ..'.., pi
l.ll-ill. -.s ill 1 h 11. Hi ,, ;. ,, ,
sin 1 1 isiii;-|'|i s ,v HKAI'Ti 'ins
" >-" N K I6.lrd h.....1. N" Miami
'' ch mt, mi- .....glsf 1 said in in.
11 ,tli thi 1 'I. rk nl 1 in Clrcull c
1 Uade County, Plorida
-1 N RK A 1 ry .v BARBER
SI PPLY .'. 1 in,'
1A I-1.1 Co i' 1
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AMENDED NOT.CE OF SUIT
1 .'.'. \ .1 I MON
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who
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I. BRi iVVN and '
BROWN, hi
ling
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1 ..' 7, In Block '.. of PIN
1 VRK EXTENSION, 11
1 in Plal ili. reof, 1 ecorded In Pli .
Bool 11 Page :!. ol th. Publl
1- "i 1 lade < 'ounty. blorida.
'i ) "i r, ,|in', ,i to servi
. t youi a natvei to \ n. 1, 1
plalnl upon the Plaintiffs attori
I'RKU ANH NEW MAN. >"'. Us ; i'..l
. ml 1 dli Mlitnil 12, Plo
fill Ihi mill nal ..ii- ... m
j" ili. Clerk "f Hi i'ii' nit "urt
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Ida, on 01 n. foi. ii,, :m!i day
I" I ". I III "II I.Ill I........
1 Pro Confcmto 11 ill be
nI i.-n fi 1 thi i ii- di
In the \ 1, plalnl
Hat, 1 tin- "i .-.
E. i: I.K VTHERMAN
i'i ii of the 1 'ii.tiit 1 'oui t
I lade '"inn .. i-'i, 1 |da
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PREP S S'E M I N
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Friday. October
19
UNDER THE STRICT SUPERVISION OF
RAID TIIOR H. STERN
PRICES
EFFECTIVE
THRU
FRIDAY
OCTOBER 18th
i
8
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S
M
8
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8
B
M
8
S
QUANTITY
RIGHTS RESERVED
FOOD FAIR KOSHER
MARKETS SELECTED QUALITY MEATS AND
POULTRY. ARE YOUR GUIDE TO THE HNEST EATING
HAIfTS. IECAUSE OF THIS, EVERY POUND IS
SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE TO SATISFY
0
lOSHEt
SPRINGERS
BROILERS
THE FINEST FRESH KILLED
KOSHER CHICKEN
33
c
lb.
>

NECK MEAT or
BEEF CUBES
79
c
lb.
SHOULDER or
CFSOSSRiB ROAST
89
c
lb.
LEAN
TRIMMED
FLANKEN
33
lb.
GENUINE
Shoulder Chops 79e
Baby Rib Chops 9?=
Necks Shanks 19s
Lamb Breast 10
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H
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FREEZER SPECIAL cho.ce o
IC
lb.
CUT & WRAPPED FOR THE FREEZER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
RIB of BEEF
30-35 LB.
AVERAGE
69
ITEMS BELO* AVAILABLE ONLY AT
965 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
U-OZ. BTL REGULAR or 12-OZ. BTL. HOT
HEINZ KETCHUP 9
_____________UMfT 1 BTL. EITHER REGULAR OR HOT, PLEASE. WITH S.00 ORDER OR MORE^^
c
LAKE cqc
WHITEFISH 05T,
FLOUNDER cQc
FILLET SS"^
HALIBUT
STEAKS ST
LAt*NO. 1
LAKE ERIE SMELTS
651
m mmi KMnwiT
PASTRAMI 29'
S-.CQ M '"I*
FtESMIT SMOKES *>f\r
LOX STRIPS 391
MILKERS* 2/25
LIB8YS
TOMATO JUICE
FYNE TASTE
APPLE SAUCE
46-OZ.
CAN
2S-OZ.
GLASS
JAR
25
23
s
Cc
(A DAJRY DRESSING)
wlYlt I I IN A NIT COITIIIEI
Mayfair Cream Cheese
296
10*
3-or.
Urtft W Irrtt SEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT
RED RADISHES
5C
5
FRESH RRM
CEUO KAG
EACH
WHITE POTATOES
U.S. No. 1 ^C
EASTERN
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