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

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

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

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T Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 36 Number 43
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 25, 1963
Two Sections Price 20*
Students Face
Trial Opener
In Jerusalem
JERUSALEM imass trial "I l"3 yeshiva studenls,
[accused of trespassing on the
|prenii-es of Christian missionary
[schools in demonstrations staged
I io, started here this week
| Magistrate Kliezer Halevy.
\ -), ip dispute developed when
IScbmuei T.imir. defense counsel,
Jobjectt-d I" the magistrate's rul-
the nature of the schools
i by the demonstrators was
be mentioned in the pro-
| Mr Tamil* insisted
(nai "character and aims" of
, ph Convent, one of the
invaded, must be spell-
i to prove that the "essen-
lient" "i the trespass was
| rial in intent.
Eve" if the demonstrators
were mistaken in their honest
opinions regarding the nature of
the ;r-fi'utions," he argued, "it
W-. c be a travesty of justice
it the accused would be depriv-
ed cf the chance to explain
their actions."
fir>l and 11 1 > witness for
.on on the opening
Continued on Page 13-A
Commerce Dep 't
Views Israel's
Economic Gains
Douglas Cites 'Unselfish'
American Foreign Policy
StH. PAUL DOUGLAS
pride in our help
By Special Report
Sen. Paul Douglas (Dill. i.
chairman of the Joint Economic
Committee of Congress, Monday
night asserted that America's for-
eign policy since 1940 has been
"the most enlightened and unsel-
fish in all of human history."
He said that "Americans should
STILL SUBJECT OF EXPLORATION
Ecumenical Council Not Ready
With Statement on the Jews
DR. GO10MANN DENIES REPORT PAGE 5 A
ROME(JTA)Vatican sources denied this week reports appear-
ill | in the American press to the elfect that a declaration on relations
between the Church and the Jewish people had been completed and
that it was being printed for distribution to the Fathers attending the
Ecumenical Council.
Circles close to the Secretariat
lor the Promotion of Christian
Unity, headed by Angustin Cardinal
Ben, who was supposed to have
dratted the declaration, denied
that such a declaration was about
to be distributed or even that it
\ is being printed now. They said
this document is still subject to
elaboration, They denied also that
Cardinal Bea is about to deliver a
.-peech to the Ecumenical Council
on this subject.
In reporting that the document
take pride in it" and that "it,
would be well if foreign nations
reduced the drum-fire of constant
and carping criticism which they
continually direct at us."
Sen. Douglas spoke in the Grand
Ballroom of the New York Hilton
Hotel before more than 1,000
Women's American ORT delegates
from across the nation.
Sen. Douglas said that there
is a tendency all over the world
"to take our protection and our
benevolent aid for granted, while
reviling our motive and man-
ners." He asserted that Ameri-
ca should continue on with "ma-
ture pride" in helping con-
structively to "meet the needs
of the world." However, he
warned foriegn friends "not to
take our altruism for granted,"
returning "carping unfriendli-
ness for generous if at times
clumsy help."
Sen. Douglas pointed out that
Ihere are in America today
"mighty forces swelling to
repudiate the policies of the last
25 years and to move backwards
to even greater isolation and self-
sufficiency, Many." he said, "who
have been ardent advocates of
close support of the free world
are becoming disheartened by the
treatment in words and deeds
which is being meted out to us
by those we arc helping to pro-
tect, whom we have generously
assisted, and who even now we
seek to help "
As features of America's -"-
erous foreign policy, Sen. Douglas
listed the lollowing:
America was the first
tion "to get out of tie business
of imperialism and colonialism
lie stated that the "Communists
are therefore 100 percent wrong
when they try to stigmatise us
a colonial and imperialistic po -
er "
Although America has ir
Continued on "age 11-A
Gromyko Chides Critics of Soviet Union
Pciicy on Jewish Citizens
CHICAGO (JTA) Jewish
spiritual leaders who accuse the
Soviet Union of persecuting Rus-
sian Jews are playing a "shock
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
I S Department of Commerce
,i this week that prospects
for United States exports to Is-
mi good in an economy
which continues prosperous pro-
I iiited States suppliers
effective promotional cf-
loi ; i their products."
Thi report noted that Israel's
lional product "continues
the impressive rate of
per (cut a year." The
i itcd the tact that an
i am of import liberal-
uhich was started at the
I 1962, "has freed over
all Israeli import items
from administrative import lie-
ontrols."
"At first the result of the lib-
eralization, as indicated by pre-
liminary data, has been an in-
crease in Israeli imports of con-
sumer goods at the same time
that larger imports of invest-
ment goods have been resumed,"
the Department reported. "Since
inauguration of the program in
early 1942, import licenses have
been granted, covering $4,200,000
'" goods formerly protected.
By August 1963 $1,800,000 of this
h*C actually been imported."
The report said that many of
[Msi items "should be of interest
"fed S'ates suppliers, in-1
trading irrigation pipes and fit-
plumbing fixtures, and a
of electrical items such as
l:i' breakers, fuses, switch-
starters and elevators."
er, the report warned, the
Continued on Page 7-A
In reporting that the aocumeni and .. ro,e knowing
is already in print and ready for ^ ^^ statements about Jew.
Continued on Page 6-A
ry in the USSR "are packed with
FULBRIGHT SCORES AGAIN
Senate Unit Drops Clause
Tc Bar Egyptian Aggression
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee has eliminated from the
Foreign Assistance Bill a clause
designed to curtail Egyptian ag-
gression, it was learned here.
Chairman J. W. Fulbnght per
suaded the Committee that the
wording, inserted into the House
version of the bill by Rep. Leon-
' aid Farbstein, New York Demo-
crat, was undesirable. The word
ing was similar to last year's
Keating-Halpern Amendment, "to
restrict the flow of aid to nations
using their own funds to buy Sov-
iet arms."
The Committee reported out a|
bill which completely eliminated1
the stand taken by the House1
which would give no aid to the
United Arab Republic or any oth
er country the President deter-
mines is "engaging in or prepar-
ing for aggressive military ef-
forts" against the United States.
or other recipients of American
assistance
A bipartisan effort led by
Continued on Page 9-A
lies," according to an exclusive
interview with Soviet Foreign Min-
ister Andrei A. Gromyko, publish-
ed here by The Sentinel. Chicago
Jewish weekly.
However, an editorial reply by
J. I. Fishbein, editor of The Sen-
.inel. reiterated the charges
against the Soviet Union, detail-
ing the accusations with factual
evidence.
The interview with Mr. Gromy-
ko, according to the newspaper.
was obtained recently at the Unit-
ed Nations by Mandcl Terman, a
Chicago busines man who is chair
man of the Chicago Council of
American-Soviet Friendship. Pres-
ent, according to Terman, was
also Mikhail Menshikov. former
Soviet Ambassador to Washington,
who is now Foreign Minister of
the Soviet Russian Federated Re-
public, largest component of the
USSR. Mr. Terman quoted Mr.
Gromyko as stating:
"I'm deeply shocked and sad-
dened that at this late date in
history at a time when the hot
fire of the cold war has turned
to ashes, when the future for
mankind has not looked as
bright since the cold war began
Continued on Page 12-A
Woman Collapses After Facing Nazi
HANOVER (JTA) A worn
an survivor of the Nazi destine-1
tion of the Lodz Ghetto in oc-|
cupied Poland broke down during
testimony in the Bradvisch-Fuchs,
war crimes trial here this week,
screaming "murderer" at Gunther
Fuchs, 52, a lormer Gestapo of-
ficial.
Mrs. Ida Weynberg. 51. now a
resident of Paris, told the court
that Fuchs had shot her in the
leg when she begged permission
to go with her two children to a
Nazi death camp. Fuchs and Ot-
to Bradvisch. Gestapo mayor of
Lodz during the war, are on trial
here on charges of helping to
murder some 8C.000 Jews during
the Lodz occupation.
She testified that Gestapo men,
acting under Fuchs orders, tore
her children, then seven and
three, from her arms for trans*
. port to the Kulmhof death camp.
She said the older child, called to
I her from the death van. "Mama.
mama, don't leave us now." Her
voice breaking. Mrs. MeyBtwrg
Continued on Page 16-A
PRtMltR ISHKOl
readiness for defense
Preserve Peace,
Eshhol Urges
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
call to the major world powers
le safeguard peace in the Middle
Ea.-l was issued here Monday by
Prime Minister Levi E.-hkol in his
"Statfl of the nation" address at
he ope.ling meeting of the Knes-
set, Israel's Parliament, which re-
convened lor the winter session.
It was the first major speech
delivered by Mr. Eshkol before
he Parliament since he became
I'n mier He stressed both Is-
rael's desire for peace and its
readiness for defense. He also
announced the abolition for Arabs
in Israel of major restrictions of
military rule in certain areas of
the country.
There are many indications,
he said, that Israel's "genuine
desire for peace" and its striv-
ing to achieve peace are "mak-
ing a growing impression upon
Continued on Page 9-A


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World renowned historian Dr. Silo W. Baron will inaugurate the
first annual Contemporary Jcwith Atlairs Lectureship at the Fomau.e
bleau Hotel on Tuesday evening.
Fred K. Sho.het. publisher of
The .lavish F'o'id^n. an.i chair-
man of the committee for the lee
u.ivsmp. b*id t'lat "ihia will be
the first entirely cultural event
launched by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation unrelated 10
Federation's ongoing community
wcifare activities."
The Contemporary Jewish Af-
fairs Lectureship is erdoweH t-y
the Sam Blank and Family
Foundation. "We are indebted
to the Sam Blank and Fami'y
Foundation for this inaugural
program," Shochet declared.
The lectureship is one of *<<<.->i
activities undertaken here to mark
the 25th anniversary ot trie louiui-
ing of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. A capacity attendance
is anticipated.
Shochet said that "only a well-
informed Jewish community, a
community inculcated with the
Fewish
cation itself: unity and solidar I
ily."
Dr. Baron is director of the Cen-
ter of Jewish studies at Columbia
University and professor emeritus
of the Chair >f Jewish History.
Literature and Institutions there.
An Internationa iy-renowned stu-
dent of Jewish culture and history.
he is visiting professor at the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, and has held the position of
visiting professor of history at the
Hebrew Universltj of Jerusalem.
He "ill be introduced by Mr
Blank. Also on ihe program will
be Harold Thurman. vice president
ot Federation.
The Austrian-born scholar holds
a Doctor of Philosophy degree
from the University of Vienna and
a rabbinical degree from the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary there. In
1!)44. he was given the honorary
degree <>f Doctor ot Hebrew Let
ters from Hebrew Union College at
Cincinnati. Last year. Dropsie
College of Philadelphia granted
him an honorary Doctor of Letters
turer to the Jewish Institute of
Religion in New York, and serv-
es professor of history, librarian
and director of the Department
of Advanced Studies from 1927
to 1930.
Thai year, he occupied the chair
of Jewish History. Literature and
Institutions on the Miller Founda-
tion at Columbia University. In
lfit;:i he was named professor
emeritus.
In addition. Dr. Baron has ligion.
taught at the Graduate &*J]
..ewtshSociaMVoiko^^
Katisc-hcnbusch Lecturer '
Colgate-Rochester Divinity Ja
He is a member and psitd
or director oi aum, scholatf
f animations. Among th"T5i
'he founder and president
Jewish Cultural Reconstn
and president ot the \m
Jewish Historical Society
and 1955. he served as"chai,
oi the Cultural Advisory
tee of the Conference on j
Material Claims Against Gtri
He is the author 0f numen
works on Jewish history a:vt
tradition, can aim
enduring purposes of our sacred achieve the purposes of our Fed- degree, and he received a similar
degree from Rutgers University in
1963.
From 1919 to 1926, Dr. Baron
taught at the Judisches Paeda-
gogium in Vienna. In 1926-27
he came twice as a visiting lee-
Wise Award Winners Named
By Special Report
\v. Averell Harriman, Undersec-
retary of State for Political Af-
fairs, and Solomon N. Petchers.
treasurer of the American Jewish
Congress, have been named win-
ners of the 1963 Stephen S. Wise
Awards.
The awards, engraved bronze
medallions, will be presented at a
dinner in New York on Sunday
evening, Oct. 27. Shad Polier.
chairman of the Nat'onal Govern-
ing Council of the Congress, will
fn rve as dinner chairman.
sented annually by the American
Jewish Congress "to honor those
men and women whose own qual-
ities of moral courage, love o.' lib-
erty, devotion to Judaism and ser-
vice to their fellows are in the
tradition of Stephen Wise."
The award to Gov. Harriman
will be given for advancing hu-
man freedom." He will be cited
for "dedication to the cause of
international peace and under-
standing." particularly as chief
negotiator of the atomic test-ban
treaty with the I SSR.
Petchers will be honored "for
exemplifying individual aehieve-

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Fridoy. October 25, 1963
vJwisfi rkwIdUmr
Paqe 3-A
Urge Replacing Arabs on UN Unit
WASHINGTON (JTA) The "Egypt's reversal til her present loans repayable in local currencies
United States was urged Mo: day armament policy so M>*td erase are'Outstanding
m a report on the Middle Bast to pi eduction of missile.--, warplanes, ^on rjruei ina said that except
seek replacement ol Arab em- submarines, and other implement- [or keeping commitments pre-
ployeea of the United Nations Re- of war dearly designed for ag< viously made, the U.S. economic
lief and Works Agent* by a U-dt- gressive purposes." assistance program for Syria
" should be stopped, lie addeJ that
..I Nations Middle East Peace The Gruening report cal|ed at. lhe rj.S. economic assistance pro-
Corps composed oi volunteers ,entjon to cornplK.atlons t.0ne*in- .iram lor Jordan should be con-
tinued at the same or higher lev-
f.om other countries
countries involved.
than the
ed with loans to I-rael and other
countries that are repayable in;
els with a review of U.S. technical
Sen. Ernest Grusning, Alaska
local currency When repaid in
I ical currency, the local money is
at the recent quarterly meeting in Orlando of the Depart-
ed Florida, Jewish War Veterans of the United States,
fare left to right) Florida Commander Emanuel Mandel; Mrs.
.Vander, president of the Florida Auxiliary; Mis. Ann
president of the Orlando Auxiliary; Harold Rouss-
mmander of Orlando Post; and Orlando Mayor Rob-
E Zurr.
Revlti to be Honored Saturday Night;
Ben. Morse Will be Guest Speaker
eph Mansbach, dinner chairman;
Louis Reinjfe.n, co-chairman;
Scl Frankel, chairman of the
committee of hosts; anc1 Mrs.
Elsie Belsky, chairman of the
women's committee.
issistance projects to concentrate
upon projects of a more immediate
Democrat, woo submitted the re-.1|logUy"|oane-d- for the economic beMficial nature to Jordan's econ-
port to the Subcomnutlce on Re- (|evelopnient of the aided couu- om,c development,
organization aid International Or- |(.v Because the loans are re The details ol the Omening pro-
ganization of th' Committee on p;.v;,i it. wjtn interest, the fund ol -ram for the Arab refugee situa-
Government Operations of the U.S. ioca| currencies available is con- tioa.were as follows: The United
SenateOf which he is a mem- slunjiv increasing An example States should exercise immediate
berpointed oul thai over per- tiu,(|'in ,m. repor1 was Israel. leadership in and out of the Umt-
cenl oi the employees of th< ed Nation-, offering, if neces-
UNRWA were themselves Arab "Our aid pro-ram In Israel is >..ry (() |);iv ,|u, lotaj COi, but
refugees. He stated that these al an end and the aid mission making even effort to have the
employees had been given the withdrawn. However, during the (.,ls| ^ared. in proposing the fol-
task of rehabilitating the Arab next 10 years, our embassy in Is- [owjng ,,,..i;,m:
refugees, an objective contrary to roe! will be called upon to nego-
bellefs .1 the Arab refugee em tiate new loans in Israeli pounds 1- The establishment of a UN
in the amount of S25u.(iuu.uon. Mid. le East Peace I orps, along
our total aid program to Israel the lines of our Peace Corps, com-
Irom 1953 to 1963 was $392,000,000." Posed of volunteers Horn coun-
tries other than the countries in-
oyees.
\u, Revitz. civic and busi-
I : and president of Teni
. ah, will be honored Sal-
I,' if al a dinner in the)
I a Hotel
i .. i] Wayne Morse will he
aker and present the Is-
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|i;, Mi. who will be honored lor his
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crab, nonorary chairman; Jos-
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Prominently active on behalf of
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as chairman of the Executive
Committee of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization. Prior
to coming to Miami, he achieved
a noteworthy record as a commun-
ity leader in Chicago
Sen Morse is a ranking member
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A Mid le Past Peace Corps
replacing the Arab refugee em-
ployees would assist them in
their own resettlement and
woi Id help rehabilitate as many
as possible of the Arab refugees
into useful, productive citizens,
the Oruenincj report said. The
report, based on a study which
the Senator made on U.S. foreign
aid in the Middle East, stressed
the fact that over 50 percent of
the Arab refugees were not born
in Palestine.
Sen Gruening, reporting on his
visit to Cairo and study of the
V.S. aid program to Nasser, con-
The report asked: "Will not
the interference of the United
States in the local economic de-
velopment of a nation be re-
sented so long after the original
loan has been made and when
we are loaning not dollars but
local currencies?" It expressed
fear that "the United States
will never be able to get off the
treadmill unless Congress lays
down some ground rules as to
how much local currencies
should be spent in the future."
volved, to work wilh the refugees
in a well-financed program to
educate and train the refugees,
to help them obtain employment
in the Aral) countries or else-
where, to assist financially in their
resettlement in then- places of
employment, including resettle-
ment grants and the granting of
loans and grants from Public Law
480 proceeds.
2. Present locally-hired employ-
ees Of I'NKVVA should he replaced
by Peace Corps employees, who
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Volume 36 Number 43
Friday, Octboer 25. 1963
7 Heshvan 5724
Cultural Enterprise
Launched in Miami
The appearance here of Dr.
Salo Baron on Tuesday evening
Crunches the first ongoing cultural
6 nterprise sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation unre-
lated to Federation's two major
creas of activity: fund-raising and
community welfare planning.
The Contemporary Jewish Af-
13 Lectureship is endowed by
the Sam Blank and Family Foun-
r'rttion. This is a significant rela-
r.onship, for the Miami Federation
wen founded in Mr. Blank's home
twenty-five years ago. But the
lectureship does more than dem-
onstrate a man's continuing iden-
::ication with the concept of an
c: derly, well-organized Jewish
community.
It suggests that the achieve-
ment of such a community re-
quires an informed Jewry. The
Contemporary Jewish Affairs Lec-
tureship is dedicated to this end.
Dr. Baron is a world-renowned
Jewish historian, and will bring
distinction to the inaugural func-
tion Tuesday evening at the Fon-
icinebleau. His scholarly accomplishments as
director of the Center of Jewish Studies at Col-
umbia University qualify him well to launch
Federation's high-level program aimed at re-
freshing the community in our sacred and en-
curing Jewish values.
The inaugural lectureship is one of sev-
eral events in the ongoing celebration of the
25th anniversary of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's day-to-day contribution to our wel-
fcre. It is an auspicious event.
United Nations Week
United Nations Week is an appropriate
time for us to examine the record of the world
peace organization since its establishment 18
years ago in San Francisco. The human race
has come a long way since then.
Out of the shambles of World War II has
emerged a new, more vigorous, more prosper-
ous Europe than even before. Nations once
servile satellit3s to colonial empiresincluding
those of the Briiish, French, ond Germans
have emerged to take their place as free and
equal partners in the right to liberty and the
process of self-determination.
There have been wars, yes. But without
the UN, it is not unlikely that there would have
ceen more wars. For whether or not the Uni-
ted Notions is deprecated as a "debating so-
ciety," the concept is too tattered to argue its
virtue that talk, endless talk, boring talk, angry
talk, threatening talk, even infuriating talk
all these are better than bloody battle.
But to stop at the world peace organiza-
tion's accomplishments here is to short-change
it; for daily the UN achieves so many more
things in a variety of equally important pro-
grams it carries on in behalf of mankind every-
where: from the United Nations International
Child Emergency Fund (UNICEF) to United Na-
tions Economic, Scientific, and Cultural Organ-
ization (UNESCO), to a host of others.
We join our community in saluting United
Nations Week. We join in humanity's prayer
for the preservation of peace and the advance-
ment of progress.
Neither is need necessarily related to sudden
or long-term financial embarrassment.
Greater Miamians every day have prob-
lems totally unrelated to this, and United Fund
agencies are dedicated to helping solve these
problems. Thus, United Fund of Dade County
is valuable to the welfare of each of us.
All of the United Fund organizations in our
community are en constant duty to be of as-
sistance in a variety of health, welfare, educa-
tional, family service, and leisure-time pro-
grams.
The success of the 1963-64 United Fund of
Dade County campaign will be the measure of
Greater Miami's determination to better last
year's over-the-top achievement.
Award to Mrs. Weinkle
Those who know her repeatedly speak of
the modesty and unassuming nature of Mrs.
Carl Weinkle. Now, she is about to receive
the first Isrcel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian
Award.
The citation suggests that her quiet and
reserved person do not preclude Mrs. Weinkle s
substantial contribution to Greater Miami Jew-
ry's welfare through her participation in a va-
riety of women's and general communal or-
ganizations.
The award will be presented to Mrs
Weinkle on Nov. 1 under the auspices of the
Israel Bond Women's Division here, and re-
flects "her service to Israel in the first 15 years
of statehood." '
... T,h,e. award is just recognition of Mrs
Weinkle s devotion to the causes she holds so
dear.
United Fund Success
United Fund of Dade County means more
than an impersonal one-time gift to some 40 hu-
manitarian and welfare causes here.
United Fund, in personal terms, is the an-
swer tc the prayers of many needy people.
Man's Race Against Time
The repeated false alarms about an Ecu-
menical Council statement concerninq the sDe
oal relationship between the Roman Catholic
and Jewish worlds is a measure of the anxious
concern Jews everywhere understandably feel
about its significance to their future
r>,Jli!\alSO measure oi the revolutionary
doctrine W mean hiS'0ric Cathlic
Nevertheless, the nature of the times i.
such tha our hope remains undaunted for the
ultimate formulation of such a statement Man's
increased concern for his humanity toward
men tells us that the injustice of religious *
during (he week
.. as i see il
by LEO MINDLIN
1963
THE EXPRESSIONS^
fection and esteem',,
ed Rabbi Irving Lehrmaf?"
h.s Temple Emami-Kl *?>
Ration last Saturday X
at the Diploma, llow'J
make him a happj m7^m
deed. For few L Jj *
Itasl leaders who have iS
captured the hearts of ,h'
they serve. Perhaps t0 an"
sider the pra.se mavan *'
seemed somewhat heavily drawn, almost to the point ol iy.
discomfort, since whose is the soul that can stand up to adl "^
so generously tendered? Even the most deserving would hv
from gigantic waves of accolade, wave upon wave, until one**''
dered where the border of decorum had been breached. **'
It is the measure of this leader that Rabbi Lehrman stood h
ground bravely, particularly in the wake of the disastrously co T
mentary comments offered by Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancell
the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, who let a grand 0' "'
tunity slip past him to offer the kind of salute properly bffitt"PPr
rabbi, student, scholar, teacher and all the other splendid thin"8 '
man marking twenty years in one pulpit symbolizes, and ho tool
the easier road of common praise, thus denying his Florida cofla .
the sort of eulogy he might in fact have had. "la,'ue
Nevertheless, it is not what others said of Dr. Lehrman on Sat
urday night, or what some sang about him in musical com mental*
that characterizes his spiritual leadership here. His past achi n!
nunts speak for themselves; and he would hardly be on thai tirtaai
dais, the object of so much praise, if he had not proved his ..J?
to create them apaC!,>'
THE PURIFICATION OF OUR MARTS
THE ADDRESS BY Sen George Smathcrs was an SDSoluti
piece what tlie Senator did was to take two areas ol b
..l and religious, and to equate them. On the one hand hi do
to the great stride- made in Ibe battle against anUSemit sm on the
other, he warned thai additional laws were not the neces
future civil libertarian progress Thus, he both justifies
his disinclination to support th< Administration's progran
ol human rights,
equal under the law irrespective ol raci
SeD nd more than six-hundred statutes j h m
on the books to guarantee the equality. Despite this. '.. told tile
large audience gathered to hunoi Dr Lehrman's twentieth
spiritual leadership at Tempi, Emanu-El, "some people 1
need more At the same time, he doubted whether nei
would be ol anj benefit whatever. ......
Launching his address on a ci tapult of images reflecting hu
close personal relationship with President Kennedy the Senator
was in fact responsible for a congratulatory telegram to Dr Lehr
J" ",,m, ""' Pres....."' Ml Smathera apparently felt no concern
BbOU tstrikingout at the Kennedy civil libertarian program right then
and there More than lews, he decared. is needed "a keener recog
nition Of the common man ." Referring to the American melting pot
he paid tribute to the ethnic contributions of all races and creed,
and called upon "a purification of our personal thoughts and tie
hmd'T ",,'.""' "P*"*""*"' M means far more potent than six
hundred additional laws toward the achievement of brotherhood and
: -:- .;.
FLATTERY CITS YOU EVERYTHING
QONE WITH THE appeal against enforced integration, the Senator
Promptly returned to the issue ol anti-Semitism. Pointing to Dr.
me ,'',,:, ;,'mi?,,'rsarv "" happ> coincidence" with the current
s-,,"e StS?*" f ""' 12""1 a""-ersary of B'na, BTith, Sen.
"' I,' ,:' ",,"'" di8CUMiOn of "^nic self-res,, d/
' m '. "'l'"'-;""" which he .ailed -a negative concept," but
genuine respect for one another the American melting pot allot
..v hen'' !,h?'/':; >-':'1 ;"''' h;",|'"> P** Jwish comma*
,," ." ,: !*"> 'ndignities ol religioua reatrictio addi
' '. ';" : the tyranny of the hvgroup." Referring to
V1- ","1 '' ,,;"^""" Iron twent) tea,- ,,, to to
tan read.l> contnbut, to the betterment ol Seir c.tj
^stances, who but the most rabid
' o' rejecting the Presidents civil 1
h'c thrust ,., superb, for implicit in tl
\ ou who are thfunquest,
MENfORCED GOODNESS Of MEN
SEN SMAT"ERS thus not onlj excused himself he 1 1
"'';: "ho alJ ''"- the consequence- up.
,,,,,, ^;;;];':7nu,,apegoaIs. and who had.
ryranns or not ..... "re now nu'"'bers of the
:. ,', "T lngrouP l >-PPle cart which had b,
" nu. i meMage, an appeal to reason, was in tad
,. (, ,. ;> quo And to whom could such a, appeal ta
,,'"> "Ore meaningful than to men who are nculv iterated
BarntuTfmVTS ^ ltubborn |m'f"- "f (;<^ *" ''"
ml sel resnect i ?Hl '""^ to r,'ly upon man's eapaclty W
The brutal anim.1 m,rch ,owa,d tivil libertarian
they 'I ,d'" /'"iir of otl ^-ny hoosswife-moth,
Negro ehildr lnvect and challenge into the faces more right no" El."?. '" '"" "* """ol "wS to me that we need
elevation 7* ,)l,nf'iat'" of our personal thoughts and th.'
make a fine s'ta',', "l"l('rM;,,1 laws1a,reCl!ie,il2:,,im! f ha, bombin in Alabama cry out thai inderf
For wh V lether mm'a atnial love affair with ignorance
"i the veil, !" "ethnu' Mtfrespecf mean to the lerrorisu
Shambles? B,rmingham Baptist Church on Ifith St.. no
hotwheiimhaiIlSaf0K "'e honoree- Dr 1-ehrman himself, to call U>
moral and Smn!l ',Amricana must rediscover the nations grei
much ,0 ,v' ''' J,"*!*' W that -the Jewsh tradition W
> -hout all he profound lasues confronting us >
tion has '' fnd l""""'', ,h^""-v "*or what J -
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Friday. October 25, 1963
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IITTER TO THE EDITOR -
Noblest Don't Always Survive Tyranny
Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet (left) presents John Evans,
special assistant to Gov. Farris Bryant, with a bumper strip,
proclaiming Metro Dade County an All-America City, during
a break in the State Association of County Commissioners re-
cent convention at the Diplomat Hotel. Evans was a speaker
at one of the sessions, discussing "Cold War Education in
Florida." Spaet introduced Evans before his address.
Ben-Gurinn Urges Extending
Educatkn Benefits Upward
TEL AVIV (JTA) Former
President David Ben-Gurion, ad-
Ircssing 3.000 delegates and guests
dt the annual convention of the
Mapai Party this week, stressed
the need for Israel to bridge the
tducational gap between its pop-
ulation of Western origin and
ihosi who had come from the less-
developed African and Asian re-
gions.
Receiving an overwhelming ova-
lion from his party adherents. Mr
Ben Gurion -..id he would not
Huh on political or security prob-
ems "which are in good hands."
Instead, he told his party that
Israel must become "an academic-
nation." He demanded that
i y Israeli receive at least 17
i .ii dt education, from the age
Mo,he Sharett, chairman of
(he Jewish Apency executive,
'old the convention that Mapai
fad "a very ddrk future if it
continues to deal with day-to-
day problems, in which there
are already appearances of lack
of the just and human ap-
proach." He urged that Mapai
renew ideologic discussions "to
refresh our way of thinking and
study practical views."
Messages of greetings and sup-
port were received from the Soc-
ialist International and from Har-
old Wilson, leader of the British
Labor Party. The Socialist Inter-
national noted, in its message,
that its recent congress at Am-
sterdam had called on the Soviet
Government to cease anti Jewish
discrimination, and to permit emi
gration for purposes of family re
unification.
The Socialist International ex-
pressed warmest thanks" for
Mapai's participation in the Soc-
ialist government "We would like
the delegates to the Mapai con
vention to know." the messagt
(Iceland, "that an Important ser
vice was rendered to the Social
ist International by the distin
guished representative whom Ma
i ai put at its disposal for a mis
sion to Africa. Latin Ameri .i and
Malta, These were imp rtant
political assignments which Mapai
helped us to fulfill"
Mr. Wilson, in his message, cil
ed hi- "happj recollections"' from
his visit to Israel lie recalled
that, prior to becoming the head
of the British Labor Party. "1 "as
able to get an Insight Into the
work of both Mapai aid llistadrut.
the Israeli Federation of Labor "
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Hannah Arendt's book. "Eich-
niann in Jerusalem." stirred up
great excitement among people in-
terested in this subject. She is
trying to present the Eichmann
case from an angle which no one
dared to do. which of course
caused her to receive a lot of pub-
licity, but at the price of distorting :
the truth and hurting her own
people.
She accomplishes this by trying
to present Eichmann as a man of
feeling, who was completely mis-
understood by the Jews, when he
merely carried out orders for their
extermination. With great effort.
she pictures Eichmann as a cor-
rect and efficient officer, who was !
a faithful servant of his superiors |
when he organized the deportation
of millions of Jews to the extermin-
ation camps.
In her endeavor to plant doubt
in people's minds regarding
Eichmann's activities, she some-
times succeeds by her excellent
style and through the telling of
a lot of half-truths, as well as
by the evasion of important
facts.
However, she goes too far in
presenting the Jewish leaders in
the ghettos as despots, whose in-
tentions were to rule their own
people with the purpose of hasten-
ing their exterminations. These
unfortunate leaders were only ap-
pointees of the Germans, who tried
desperately to help their brethren,
within the limited possibilities
available to them. It is a sad fact
that there were no possibilities
open to them at all. To accuse
these victims of cooperation, while
failing to take into consideration
tile perfect strategy built up by
the Germans in their extermina-
tion program, is merciless.
Although the prevailing hum;>n
conditions during the holocaust
and the basic instinct of self-pros
ervation were important factors,
nevertheless the heroism of the
Jews was outstanding, as mani-
fested by their spirit of self-sacri-
fice in assisting their fellow-men
to defend themselves in the most
helpless situations. Such sacrifice
and simple moral convictions are
now beyond belief to persons such
as Hannah Arendt.
It is remarkable that Miss
Arendt has understanding and
finds justification for the activities
of the S.S. Einstaz gruups. when
it is well known that these groups
performed the duty of extermin-
ating the Jews. She also feels that
the prosecutor, Gideon Hausner.
who spoke in the name of six mil-
lion Jewish martyrs, was a "cheap
orator" and that the judges felt
that he exaggerated the disaster.
She is sad that the world acknowl-
edges Hausner's excellent presen-
tation of the case.
Of course, in her opinion, the
capture and trial of Eichmann was
a political maneuver of the State
of Israel to blackmail Germany
and frighten the Arabs, and not a
national duty of the Jewish State.
Even the judges' stands at the
trial were regarded by her as be.
ing built too tall, thus frightening
Eichmann.
She even complains that Eich-
mann's own counsel. Dr. Robert
Servatius, didn't pay attention to
his claim that he saved thous-
ands of Jews, and she's unhappy
that nobody believed him. She
makes a point that the S.S. often
intervened to save Jews for hu-
manitarian reasons. Of course,
she forgets to mention that these
S.S. only acepted big bribes for
these "humanitarian" deeds. The
taking of bribes went against
the grain of her favorite, Eich-
mann, and he therefore was
very angry at Becher who ac-
cepted monies from Kastner.
Eichmann's forte of course was
lives not money.
In the bitter winter of 19-r-
there was parachuted into Hi
gary by the Jewish Undergrou ;
a girl Hannah. She volunteei t
to go and fight the Eichman .
there and to organize her brethn
She was also a writer, only 5
believed in what she wrote. Hi i-
nah Szenes as many others
didn't succeed; she was caii-
and executed by the Nazis.
Years later. Hannah Arendt <
theorizing in the warm chambi -
of East Side Manhattan. Hann i
Arendt was lucky to escape En
mann in time, and to survive, but
Hannah Szenes died lor the can .
Not the noblest survived, But I
noble survive honorably.
MAURICE GOLDRir.3
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian
Television Station WTHS, Ch Z.
last week presented a film on ;
raelone of five on this subject
Permit me through The Jew.-i
Floridian to convey to the manaj.-
ment of the station, in the nat -
ol some 1.200 members, our app.i-
ciation and thanks for this film
At a time when some men a"?
endeavoring to capitalize on big-
otry, hate and intolerance, the p
sentation of this film deserves big i
praise and recognition from
fair-minded people.
We extend to Station WTHS r U?
felicitations and best wishes : "
continued excellent service in t te
cause of progress and humanity.
DR. SIMON WILENSKY, Preside
Poale Zion of Greater Miam
Dr. Unferman to Speak
Dr. Isaac L'nterman will
guest speaker ai the I. L. Pen- :
Worwmen's Circle Schol. 1545 S .'
3rd St.. on Tuesday. Oct. 29. I
Unterman will discuss "How Je .
Live in Israel Today."
Dr. Goldmann Denies He
Barred Repsrt Last Year
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, in his capacity
as president of the World Jewish
Congress, issued a statement this
week taking issue with a New
York Times report from Rome de-
claring that the declaration on
Catholic Jewish relations
mow being printed by the
Vatican for distribution among
the Fathers attending the Ecumen-
ical Councilwas ready for sub-
mission at the first session of the
Council last year but was tabled
because Dr. Goldmann had an
nounced in Rome that Dr. Chaim
Wardi, director of Christian af-
fairs for the Israeli Ministry of
Religion, would attend the Ecu-
menical Council as an unofficial
ibserver representing the Con-
gress.
Dr. Goldmann declared the
"whole story is completely wrong."
He said that Dr Wardi was never
appointed as unofficial observer
to the Ecumenical Council, and
Dr. Goldmann never announced
his appointment. Some Israeli
papers, he stated, reported about
the intention of the World Jew-
ish Congress to appoint Dr. Wardi
and an Italian News Agency took
over this story. Dr. Goldmann
pointed out that he was always
aware of the fact that an observ-
er to the Council has to be invit-
ed by the Council and that the
possibility to appoint luch an
no possibility to appoint such an
official observer.
"As a matter of tact," Dr.
Goldmann said, "on several oc-
casions I advised Cardinal Bea
not to pursue the idea of Invit-
ing Jewish observers to the Ecu-
menical Council because of the
opposition of Jewish Orthodoxj to
it and the likelihood of an Internal
Jewish conflict whether to accept
such an invitation or not which
would only be harmful from the
point of view of improving Jew-
ish-Catholic relations which all
Jewish organizations wish to bring
about
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By MAX LERNER
London.
The old men ai trom the Europ?an heights; tirs'
Adenauer, soon HacmtDan 10m 'ic hate- Only ni f.icn an.
Idol dc Guaile seems to possess the secret of perpetual oower. ;
lef s exit trom the stai h policj ma ks the end >i an era I r
Germany and in seme ways lor Europe. He I mud a policy axis
with Dulles, but could not g. along with a Kennedy America; In
despised the British, as they in turn feared and hated him; he was
cMnMnl toward the Russians and their Baal German puppet regime;
only toward the Freneh. frcm Robert Schumann to de Gaulle, -id 'ic
maintain a consistent fricrdiy altitude.
From this angle of vision the Adenauer p Ik> lies in ruin- The
Erhard-Schroedcr team will not fight Kennedy as did Alcnau.r Kr
hard, with a belief in a market ecoMomy. wll be closer to the Brit
ish and will not forever play de Gaulle's game in the European econ-
omy. The Franco-Germar treaty, which Adenauer signed with such
pomp, remains a piece of parchment. As for the Ru-sians. Adenauer
now believes that their twin di ficultte-. with Ui.na and with too
makes them ready for real political concessions to the Wot. especiali.v
on Berlir: and he is dismayed that nei her Ketmrdy nor Erhard will
insist on such political concessiots bifore changing the trade policies
(oward Russia.

In short, it looks as if no'hing the "Old Man" did has lasted, and
that his vaulted constructions were built on said.
Yet I don't think that this will be the verdict of history. A. enauer
took a Germany which had been a lawless monster, the murderer ol
millions, and brought it back tolerably into the lam ly of nations. It
was under him that the Gentian economy revived, that a new consti-
tution and political .system in-gan to move toward democracy and
that Bonn, while not recogn zing Israel formed a good working rela
tionship with it.
True, he has been a testy, cranky, cantankerous, dictatorial, out-
rageously sell-centered old curmudgeon. But consider that his young
friend de Gi-ulle. who recently has overshadowecd him. is not exactly
a pastel-shaded orchid himself; yet no one would deny de Gaulle a
ureat place in the history of (he past quarter-century. To get a man s
achievement straight, you have to draw a lir.e between his unlovely
and unlovable personal traits and his lasting actions. You must also
draw a line, especially in Adenauer's case, between his own record
and the record of his people.
I say this as one who has long opposed Adenauer and attacked a I
number of his specific policies I find myself much more sympathetic:
to a man like Willy Brandt, whom Adenauer abused balefully in the)
last campaign. Yet Brandt told me two years ago that while the*
Social Democrats could have shaped at least as good a foreign and
dome-tic policy as Adenauer, they could not have carried the mili-
tary leaders along with them in the task of reconstruction. Only
Adenauer, as a conservative, could do that.

There is also generous appraisal of Adenauer by Herbert Wehner,
the intellectual leader of the Social Democrats, in a long interview
in Der Spiegel. Wehner say; Adenauer discarded the party systems
not only of the Nazis but of the Weimar era and did away "with their
narrow and ideological party bases. What he did was to build a new
kind of cross-section party which brought in workers and larmers as
well as ;he middle-classes and the industrialists.
If Adenauer continues to be stubborn and exasperating, even in
hi- exit, it i- worth recalling that-whatever his mistakes-he was
not a German nationalist but a European, that as the head of a con-
servative party he nevertheless accepted social welfare programs and
that, while he was an autocra he worked within a frame of political
democracy. That may be why. as one observer has put it, "Bonn
is not Weimar" and why there is little prospect of another political
collapse in Germany and another Hitler.
Ecumenical Denies
Statement Ready
Continued on Page 6-A
! >tribut "ii. th "i'' i" the
-,i;! the declar-
: on cont following
1. Th Church owes its origins
t? Judj'sm, witS which it sha>cs
ihe he-itage of th Old Testa-
ment; 2. Rohm Cathol'cs should
never forcet that Jesus was a
Jew anJ his K-nvly ?rd th?
a-r.t'es were Jews; 3. The guilt
for the death o' Jeius fat's more
properly on all humanity than
en Jews; 4. The Church disap-
proves of the anti-Semitism of
the past and cf the present. It
has an abidir-< affection for the
Jews, and takes the strongest
possible view of those who have
hatred and contempt for them,
or persecute them.
The report in the American press
emphasized that as of now. it was
>till not ceitain whether the declar-
ition will be 'i. i ated at the cur-
rent session ol the Council, sched-
tied to close he ore Christmas i".
ill likelihoo I. it wi 1 !" d scus*
at the resumi d session to ho
ext spring, it was reported
The report emphasized that the
declaration would establish once
,'t"l lor all that the Cathol'c
.'hurch officially disassociates it-
elf from tin- age-old charges ol
Ic-icide le eled againsl the Jewish
people. A preliminary strp to
.'aid removal Irom the Roman
Catholic ht.iruy of references apt
io be offensive to .lews was taken
by the late Tope John Will in
March. 1950 He ordered the de-
.ttin-.: from thr Good Friday pray-
rs of the phra-e "perfidis Juda-
cis" in an a icienl text, referring
u the crucifiers of Christ and con-
tinuing "Oremus pro perfidis .in
daeis." or "Let us pray tor the
perfidious Jews." The Pope's or-
der was implemented by the Sa-
cred Congregation of Rite-
Broward Zionists
Hear Report
Broward Zionist District held a
meeting at Temple Sinai Tuesday
evening.
Delegates reported on the Zion-
ist Organization of America con-
\ention hell in Israel last sum-
mer, according to S. Joe Perry,
president.
Speakers included Rabbi David
Shapiro, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Sinai, and Jacob Harrison,
secretary and former pre-ident of
the Miami Zionist District.
British MP Says Russians
ignore Sufferings of the Jews
i. \DON (JTA) Richard
Lai m< mber ol
the IJnu-h Parliament, reporting
on a recent visit to ;he Soviet
Union, charged here that "the
suffer i i thi VS of Kiev"
riuring the Nazi occupation "have
tpunged from K'is-ian his-
as a topic which causes too
much discomfort an I arouses too
much suppre-.-cd emotion."
In a broadcast over the BBC.
the member of the House of Com-
mons said that he had wanted to
visit Babi Yar. the gully outside
of Kiev where the Nazis slaught-
ered more than 75.000 Jewi-h
men, women and children in one
of the worst massacres of Rus-
sian Jews. He said that when he
talked to his Russian hosts in
Kiev, he had a-ked whether the
Jews of Kiev had not suffered
particularly at the hards of the
Nazis. He said they replied with
anger that the Jew of Russia
were no different irom anyone
else.
His temper rising, Crossman
imported, he asked "then why .
art they the only people who
have to put their religion on
their identify papers?" The
reply was that "this does not
make them any different. They
have their own republic in Siber-
ia and are represented on the
Soviet Council of Ministers, so
they are not different from the
Georgians or anyone else."
Crossman said he retorted that
there was a difference, since the
Georgia province was "the home-
land of the Georgians while the
lews do not want to live in that
confounded republic."
His hosts commented, well,
that's their own fault." By then,
said the MP. he realized that the
sufferings of the Russian Jews
had been expunged from Russian
history.

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Eye Men Hear Speakers
Dr. Paul R Kcssler ol i H
president 'i the Florida Opl
metric Assn., addressed mem
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metric Assn. on Sundaj a- the
highlight ol an all-day 'Targel
For Today meeting at the Ever
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Accor 'ing to Dr Arthur Hclf
man. president of the Da le group
hosting the conference, visiting
specialists trom other part- of the
state also appeared
id sessions
m to :. p.m.
other scheduled spi
Dr. Robert L. Undertx ; "Pra*
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ard I'. Winton. "Industrial Vi-
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Social and Health t are lends;''
and Dr Charles II Parham,
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Rabbi Waxman Appeals to Mtamians
o Lend Support to United Fund Effort
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. of Tem-
ple Z.on, has issued an appeal to
cwilb religious leaders and lay-
;,, for support ot the 1963 Unit-
ed Fund campaign.
Rabbi Waxman. executive vice
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, is one of
four Miami religious leaders serv-
,., on the Religions Institutions
Committee. Dade County syna-
UF NtiDS
VOLUHTtm
Some 500 additional volun
terrs are urgently needed
lor the residential phase ot
the United Fund campaign
in Miami Beach, it was an
nounced this week by Mr-
Aaron Farr. Residential Di-
vision chairman.
If we are to raise the
funds so vitally needed to
support the 40 health, wel-
fare and character-building
agencies which the United
Kind supports with but one
.1 campaign each year,
, must have the manpow-
necessary to cover every
r( idence in our assigned
on Miami Beach," Mrs.
r stated.
era o n s interested in
ng these 40 agencies
irged to volunteer theii
ces and undertake tr
on a minimum of ten
their neighbors." Mrs
rr said.
She asked volunteers tc
nuate with her at
Miami Beach headquar-
l the United Fund. 54C
Lincoln Rd.
port 40 community service "agen-
cies in Dade County.
Three of the agencies serve the
Jewish communityJewish Fam-
ily and Children's Service. Jewish
Home for the Aged, and YM and
YWHA of Greater Miami.
Chairman of the Religious In-
r.iitutiors Committee is Max J.
Kar1, d rector, Florida Region,
NUtioral Conference of Chrii-
tians and Jews. Assisting Karl
and Rabbi Waxmen are two oth-
er co-chairmen who head the
religious residential campaign
for Ihsir respective faiths.
They are The Rev. Robert W.
Shaw, pastor of the First Chris-
I tlan Church of Miami, and presi-
1 dent of the Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Churches, Protestant; and
i (he Rev. Msgr. Bryan O Walsh,
secretary of charities for the Mi-
ami Diocese, Catholic.
Facing the rigors of an active United Fund of
Dade County campaign are these executives.
Left to right are B. B. Goldstein, president of
Sanitary Linen Service, who is acting as group
chairman for Cleaners and Laundries of Di-
vision A; Robert Macht, president of Jordan
Marsh, chairman of Division B; and Bernard
S. Klayf, executive vice president, Burdine's.
chairman of the Mercantile Division of Divis-
ion A.
United Fund Moves Over Half-Million
Mark as Drive Enters its Third Week
^ are being asked to sup-
port Cnited Fund Sabbath on
\ B through 10.
Rabbis are urged to preach
sermons on the religious signifi-
cance of supporting United
Fund, and to use United Fund
Sabbath program covers for
synagogue bulletins. Lay or-
ganiiations art asked to schedule
talks by United Fund speakers
during the 1963 campaign now in
progress and ending Dec. 12.
. goguefl will be encouraged
I i make corporate gifts to United
Fund United Fund Sabbath
opens the 1363 United Fund cam-
ii residential phase.
On Nov. 10. thousands of vol-
leers will launch a door-to-door
solicitation to give Dado house-
holders an opportunity to partici-
pate in our community's largest-
Ap..!i health, we.fare and char-
acter-building activity,
17.000 volunteers are need-
ed The 1063 campaign goal is i
53.008,838, which will go to Mip-
food Executive Named
Ronald L. Fine. Food Fair
Stores executive, and chairman
ol the Metropolitan Dade County
Urban Renewal Agency, has been
named chairman of the Retail ln-
trj Committee of citizens for
Honda's Future. Stale Chairman
Tl omas F. Fleming Jr.. an-
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Groups Listed
Groups at VtCe llelgiits Jewish
Congregation plann-ng meetings
this month include Senior Citizens,
holding a first get-together of the
season on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Young Judea. foi ages 7 to 11.
, will meet on Tuesday at 7 p.m.,
i and Senior USY will hold its first
BOCiaJ on Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.
Registration in the Boy Scouts
was held on Thursday Oct. 17.
at 8 p.m.. and 5-year-olds can still
register for Sunday School.
The United Fund is over the,
half million dollar mark as the
1963 campaign entered its third
week Monday.
Campaign Chairman Gen. E. A.
Evans said $533.000 in pledges
have been received toward this
year's goal of $3,008,838.
The major portion of the half-
million came from corporate
gifts, although the United Fund's
four major divisions are now
under way. Evans said the cam-
paign is in high gear as United
Fund nears its first general re-
port meeting on Nov. 14.
By that date, it's hoped that i
the campaign will have reached
$1,800,000 or 60 percent of its goal.
There is still one big event on
United Fund's schedule before the
report meeting. On Nov. 10, Unit-,
led Fund Sunday, thousands of vol-i
: unteers will make a door-to-door {
solicitation of Dac!e County in the;
residential phase of the campaign.
Evans said the residential cam-
paign w ill give Dade householders
an opportunity to participate fn
the community's largest single
health, welfare and character
building activity.
Forty community agencies in
Dade County receive support
through United Fund. Evan*
said that "we must reach a goal
of over $4 million dollars if the
United Fund's 40 agencies are
to keep up with Dade's fast
growing needs."
UF goal for 1963 is $3,008,838. or
7l j percent over 1962. The in-
crease will provide the same ser-
vices to residents in 1964 as were
provided in 1963. The increase
covers rising costs of housing,
services, institutional care and
materials.

GN. E. A. fVANS
Commerce Dep't. Assesses Israel's
Fast Rate of Economic Growth
Continued from Page 1-A
Israeli market was "highly com-
petitive" and that aggressive
salesmanship was required "if
the United States is to maintain
in 1963 the high 33 per cent share
ot the Israeli market attained in
1962."
The Department noted that Is-
raeli trade figures for the first
four months of 1963 point toward
a relative decline in the United
Mates share of the Israeli mar-
ket. The United States percent-
age of the market, 34.4 percent
in the January-April period of
1962. fell to 25.1 percent in 1963.
At the same time other countries
improved their relative positions.
According to Israeli sources, total
imports during January-June 1963
were $320,000,000 compared with
S298.500.000 in 1962."
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PjmtsiiTier id/ton
Friday. October 25,
ADRESSES REFORM COMBINED CAMPAIGN
1963
Sen. Javits Says Democratic Ideals Must
Be Disseminated Abroad by Americans
At a meeting Sunday in the Fontainebleau
Hotel, leaders here pledge Iheir support of
" '.e Ami, twin city of Greater Miami now be-
g built in Israel under the auspices of the
>wish National Fund Council. Left to right
c e Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Leon I. Ell, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Meyer Abramowitz, Rabbi Solomon Schiff and
Zev W. Kogan. Seated foreground (left to right)
are Marshall Comis. Mrs. Pearl Comis, and
Mrs. Miriam Press.
Religious Leaders Pledge Support of JNF
Me Ami Project Now Building in Israel
MIAMI DUCATION AT CONVlNT/ON PAGE JJ-4
.wish religious leadership Sun-
<'.-. pledged its complete support
Me Ami. the settlement now De-
constructed in Israel, and
r. med in honor of Greater Miami
iy "' a luncheon held at the
J ntainebleau Hotel,
Eighteen rabbis, representing 18
G ater Miami congregations, 24
icers an I directors of the Jew-
; i National Fund Council of
( .ater Miami. 15 congregational
sklent, and tour B"nai B"rith
ders voted unanimously to ap-
ve a resolution pledging their
'port ol Me Ami. and dedicating
Jewish month ol Nissan, which
-in- liar. 14 and ends Apr. 12.
a- .'NF month.
The resolution cited the Jew-
t ~t National Fund "for over 60
ears in the reclamation, imt<
oration and afforestation of the
:nd of Israel, transforming its
rrarshes and wastelands."
he resolution also declared that
c land development for new
der settlements has become an
i-ential need to insure the secur-
ot the Slate of Israel." adding
t the Greater Miami Jewish
< nmunity pledges "our support
1 the Jewish National Fund Coun-
i of Greater Miami in its vital
i lertaking to establish Miami's
sister city in Israel. Me Ami. which
is strategically situated on the Jor-
danian border."
The resolution urged Greater
Miami Jewry 'to accept and re-
dedicate itself to achieve this pur
pose," declaring 'that the month
oi Nissan shall henceforth be
known as 'JNF Month'."
The resolution also called upon
every Jewish congregation in
Greater Miami to set aside one
evening for congregational Jew ish
National Fund participation, thus
assuring the completion and suc-
cessful fruition of Me Ami, a bor-
der settlement which shall streng-
then the security of the State of
Israel."
"American Jews *re building
ramparts of defense against
poverty, ignorance and hostile
people. Refugee Jew* chased
from country to country will at
last find a haven of peace and
useful living in Me Ami," said
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, co-
chairman of the board of direc-
tors of the Jewish National Fund,
and recently returned from a
visit to Me Ami.
"Miami Jews can well be proud
of their accomplishments in lend-
ing a helping hand to future gen-
erations," said Rabbi Abramowitz.
Youth Worship Temple Zamora
emple Zamora announces the
. rt of its Junior Congregation
the new school year to begin
The Junior Congregation will
conducted by the students of
Religious School under the sup-
.ision of Harry Berman.
Vrman i- a Beth David Reli-
us School faculty member and
- veils of experience both as
Hebrew teacher and youth di-
tor. He is currently teaching
the College of Jewish Studies
the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
Kiddush will be served after
each service sponsored by the
Temple Sisterhood. Mrs. Ruby
Shear will conduct the serving of
refreshments.
The following have been elected
a:- Junior Congregation officers:
Harvey Fisherman, president;
Mark Cohen, vice president; How-,
ard Kusnick, secretary; Martini
Elgison and Hal Riemer, shamas. j
Zadik Shapiro will sermonize on;
the portion of the week.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks is spiri-
tual leader of Temple Zamora.
Leon J Ell. president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, and chairman of the lunch-
eon, reported that homes for 26!)
persons arc now under contstruc-
tion in Me Ami. with a total goal
[ of living quarters tor 10.000 by
1 1965.
Zev W. Kogan, chairman of the
board of the JNF, reported that
over $3.5 million have already
been raised for He Ami. with a
SI.5 million still to be pledged.
Tl],.., |iivm-iii >. v. \\ llll.in I"
11 i in .i n \\
i. hi. .in.! Mi r ., i> r ii
' H -|, I......i ...
rtabl*l Norman Shapiro and Mn>
i s. itlin, Belli i :! tin i: ililil in Schiff ami H>
man > "h.i lun-r Itrtll I'll I 'mm n Hal lull
Mrs. Max Thurnlun, IMh .lat'oli
-ieicali'ii i: lihl Mas I ti- lm/ mil
.i, -.i>h Sfhmli : ISa-th Toi ah '
Ballon. Rabbi l in\ .'t Ilow nfi |,l, ('.,_
Ici -Granaila Ji -ii I'enti Mn
Li unard I;,.-, n. Il> In \* \. .m1,m.> .
Rabbi IVtvlil I.. In i. Ill anil I. ;i~
I I'lll.lin. Kill -. th i-i." 1 i
Rabbi 2e\l tlitfiiwalri ",.: \i
Jerome Sim.-. Southwr*! Jewlnh I'en-
'. i.i.
Rabbi Hamui I .lafi,. Tempi; Bi I!.
Kl ..i" Holl} n.....I. Rabbi M..' i Ik 8ko|i.
Temple Beth Shirah: I: ibbl I. on
Kronish. Jaillen Albert anil Mr- !
, Levin, Tempi Belli Kholom: Ralibi
Nathan Zwltman ami Abe s. li. nf.i.i.
Temple B'nal Aliriihain: Rabbi fctnm-
uel M Machtal and Judd Merl, Ti in-
I'll B'nal Sholoni; in-. Irvinic l..ln-
man. Temple Kiii.iiin-KI: Rabbi M. *.
Ahramowitt. Temple Menorah; Rabbi
Mi is, h, ii Hi..:,-. Temple Zamora:
ami Rabbi Henrj Wernli k. Til. i, th
Israel Nurthnlile .l>i-li I'enter,
B'nal B'rlth pi, nidi m- were Mr*
Ruth i'hivi, Chal t'ha|>ter; Mis M,,i -
ion Arm.. SlioHh ma I'hapti i I', ril
l: Alnalei Ullhei i Balkln i.,,ilm uml
SanTord Swerillin, Sholem Loiljre.
INK lea I. I |..-. >ei i ivetv .\|T .,,,,|
Mrs. Jnhan I. Bet man, Mi and Mix
William Boriistiln, Marshall ..mi-.
Mra. I'earl r nnd Mi.- Harr.i KVlclmmi, Mi
Mi K/.i.-i Pllienold, t'api Leo liaril-
nei. a m i;-----man, l'i ti i i n, n, ,
Bernard Km/.. Sam Kaxan, '/. \ \\
Kogan, Mrs Abraham Maaon, Mr*
I'- n l Anna Bn nm ii M. .... ,;, .,,,,,,
Miller, Morris Uinov, Mi- Ml
,."'"' ...IT> l:">'"' -la< "! Spund,
Mr. ami Mr.- Sam tk'haihno, \i Sher-
man, ami Joshua /. St.,,i|.in
By Special Report
Private industry must join with
government in "evangelizing lor
freedom" abroad. Sen. Jacob K.
Jnvits declared Monday night
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in
New York City, at the American
Judaism award dinner held in his
honor, sponsored by the Combined
\ Campaign for American Reform
Judaism.
The Neu York Republican Sen
1 ator told the 3(X) guests at the din-
Biblical Paintings
At Temple Israel
Artist John Shavn opened an ex-
hibit of 38 paintings from the Old
Testament at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami on Wednesday. The
ghow will run through Nov. 10.
The 125 paintings lean toward
the expressionist-symbolic, with
Shayn employing scholarly sym-
bolism.
The exhiinv.on at Temple Is-
rael "ill he the lust outside the
Greater Neu York area and is
sponsored by the Seraphim Bib
Heal Art Foundation of America
From Miami, it will be sent to
Chicago tor viewing at the bien-
nial convention oi the Union of
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Dr. Rosalina Sackstein, Cuban-
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Acting Dean Joseph Tarpley an
pounced Wednesday
she luil !s the degrees ol Doctor
of Pedagogy from the University
of Havana and professor ot piano
and violin ftom the Conservatorio
di Musics de Camaguey.
In October. 19.50 she made her
New York debut as a concert pian-
ist in Town Hall and later toured
both the U.S. and Cuba. Among
her teachers were Claudlo Arrau,
Rafael tie Silva. and Mine Isa-
bella Vengerova,
Mrs. Sackstein. her husband,
Harold, and their two children
live at nisi SW 59th Ter
tier that "a significant info,m3on
break through on the irlenlo,,,,
front is within our grasp it ../,.'
draw the U.S. private sector" im
the effort "to tell the w.,r|,| vh ,
wc believe in and what we are do-
ing to advance the can-,. 0| pi.ac.
and freedom."
Sen. Javits received the Amcr
ican Judaism Award for hli
years of public service dedicated
!o the principle of equality ot all
men under Cod.- it was presenl
ed by Jack Davis. New York civic
leader and general chairman .,i
the Combined Campaign fur Amrr
ican Reform Judaism The Cam'
naign is the fund-raising arm o[
the national institution- of Ajner
ican Reform Judaism in the Wei
tern Hemisphere: the Union ol
American Hebrew Co
and the Hebrew Union i
Jewish Institute of Reli
Charles Frost, prominent New
York industrialist, was chair-
man of the committee for the
S100 a plate dinner. Gov. N|.
son A. Rockefeller, former Gov.
Herbert H. Lehrman and Mayor
Robert F. Wagner were the din-
ner's honorary chairmen.
in his address, Sei I cil
ii for "mobilixinj .
<..- both private and ic' ti
i' interact Soviet pi
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ii -. id, does not havi
Is to allow it in
adaquaU j I
Latin Ame ica
i i mployed by the i
i in its limited bud I \
York legi lator <'
overs i remarkahij i
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il has mad.- a start in i
i oi Deration "f busini -s
voluntary n ligioui and
.i organizations s>
being done saj ibo il
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+Jewl*t>nDrkl8aM
Page 9-A
Eshkol Calls on World Leaders to Assure Peace
Cortinued from Page 1-A
the world's consciousness." At
the same time, however, he
warnec of Israel'* determination
to strengthen its military de-
ferred "in the face of persist-
ing Arab threats."
"While develop.ng our defensive
preparedness." he stated, "we
-lull not exempt from their In-
ternational responsibilities o her
., ,(( loving sta"es that are in a
SAMUtl CKOQtHSKY
Hebrew Themes
At Beth Sholom
Art Exhibition
B th Shol< ;:i Ar; (:ill>r\
.: tings 't Sam-
ensk; I il Gab > artist.
. '.
. K i > 1 li -
i od r,.-. t i Hot< 1
ndenskj '..- presen. -. a pre-
Tuesday, 9 p.m. The pre-
featured Kligcrman in a
n .lri>h art,
i. densky stuciec: at the \a-
Academy of Design in New
J the Cleveland Institute of
Ohio, ar.d at the University
.mi He has exhibited at
I rj !>': Nj-ional Show in
cetown, the Massaehu>etts
stival :: 1958, the Joe an I
Lowe Art Gallery, and the
Vrts Society in Palm Beach,
ithei
current > shibit, accenting
themes, includes 'Exo-
"Yemi nit( "Man with
Disc," "Hag-
Y men 'ith Children."
thers Tfc how will be on
until Nov
^ Senate Drops
Arri-Bias Clause
Continued from Page 1-A
Secutors Ernest Cruening, Alas-
ka Dimocrat, and Jacob K. Jav-
ts, New York Republican, will
be made on the Senate floor to
restore the eliminated measure.
The bill is expected before the
Senate within a week.
Dbjectioni bal been made by
llu State Department against the
wording Which might hamper con-
\nHTujn assistance to the
regime Sen. Fulbnght
I er Foreign Relations Com
member? carried the Com-
nutti decision, by arguing that
he definition of "aggressive Will-
' M efforts"" was too vague. They
said tbe language was so general
' i-M be applied in the current
Morocco-Algerian dispute, causing
Problems for American diplomacy.
"'P- Seymour Halpern. New
orlt l.cpublican. who co-sponsor -
11 the measure passed last year,
said that if the Senate's scrapping
"l tin-, year's anti-Nasser clause
lv final, he would seek similar leg
islation inserted into the forth-
% coming foreign aid bill. The pres-
ent bill pertains to the authoriza-
tion and the fund- must be trans-
mitted by subsequent legislation.
position to join various ways to-
ward safeguarding peace in our;
area ." The responsibility of the
major powers, he said, "is parti-1
cuiarly heavy, since it is they who
could beat wield a deterrent in-
fluence."
Emphasising the fact that Egypt
was being supplied by destructive
srmamenU, the Israeli leader
aid: "The obstacle would be re-
moved from (he highway of peace,
il the German and other scien-
tiats will cease strengthening the
Juggernaut of aggression being
buill in Egypt. Our Government."
he asserted, "will continue to act
BgaiOSl aid given by German
scientists and technicians to
Egyptian plans for destroying Is-
rael. We also expect the Federal
Government of Germany to sub-
mit to the Bundestag (West Ger-
many's lower house of Parliament)
a law to prevent such activity."
"The casing of world tensions
as a result of the tripower nu-
clear test ban pact," said Mr.
Eshkol, "has raised hope. The
more world tensions are relax-
ed the more difficult will our
cnem es find it to keep the gen-
eral thaw from penetrating to
the Middle East. But it is pre-
cisely in our region that the
glaring contrast between hopes
for peace ar.d the reality of hos-
tility is most apparent, as the
Arab governments persist in
threatening Israel's very exist-
ence."
The Prime Minister informed
ihe Knesset ot wide measures be-
ing undertaken to improve rela-
tions whh the Arab and Druse
minorities In Israel. He an-
nounced a long list of such meas-
ures, including village develop
ment projects in the Arab-popu-
Ipled areas, further improve-
ments in educational facilities.
and establishment oi a special
lund for higher Arab education.
He then announced the abolition
of major military government re-
strictions in certain areas, except
lor a small number of Arab vil-
lages lying on the very borders
of neighboring Arab states. In all
other areas, he said. Arabs will
no longer have to obtain personal
travel permits. He voiced his
regret that "incitement and ho*-
Back to School
At Beth Shirah
On Tuesday, the first "Back to
School Night" for parents at Tem-
ple Beth shirah will be Inaugurat-
ed.
Rabbi Morris a. Skop, Cantor
Herman K Gottlieb, the Educa-
tion Committee and faculty of the
sunilay School will conduct a
schedule of classes identical with
the one followed by the students
on Sundays.
Starting from the assembly,
v lure parents will gather at 8
p.m., the adults will meet class
teachers and hear lectures on con-
tent of subject areas
Only students with specific
duties related to the evening's ac-
tivities will be present.
tility by the Arab countries com-,
pel us to keep a close watch on
areas that are parttrularty sensi-'
live from the viewpoint of secun
ity."
Mr. Eshkol outlined the Gov-
ernment's plan for expansion of
educational opportunities for all
Israelis, telling Parliament that
equality of educational opportun
ity is "the highroad to true inte-j
gration of our communities and
toward the elimination of inequal-
ities between citizens of various
origins."
Turning to economic affairs,
Mr. Eshkol expressed disap-
pointmtnt over the results
achieved thus far in Israel's
negotiations for a link with the
European Common Market. Is-
rael, he said, has been looking
forward "with growing and jus-
tified antic'pation toward speedy
progress in meeting our de-
mands" on the European Econ-
omic Community. The Euro-
mart, he said, "bears a great
moral responsibility toward Is-
rael."
On the domestic, economic front,
he reported, the last year has
been one of Ihe most stable per-
iods in Israel's" history. While
prices remained stable, he noted,
production increased* rapidly, a"
high level of economic activity
and employment has been main-
tained, and an improvement has
taken place in the balance of pay-
ments which will probably result
in reducing the trade deficit by
SSO.OOO.OOO.
Ihe Premier discussed the pro-
ject for expanding development
in the Galilee area, and referred
to the current immigration to Is-
rael. He said there was an in-
creased influx of Jewish immi-
grants from the free world, es-
pecially from South America.
"There is reason to believe that
Ihe rate of immigration from
many countries will continue and
will be considerable during the
coming year," he stressed.
Voicing appreciation for world
Jewry's moral and material sup-
port of immigration and absorp-
tion, he said, however, that "to
our regret, its contribution in the
last years has not matched the
enormous needs." He appealed to
world Jewry overseas to recog-
nize Ihe "urgency" of the Immi-
gration and absorption problem,
and "to take appropriate action."
Without mentioning the Sov-
iet Union by name, Mr. Eshkol
told the Knesset that Israel will
speak up at the United Nations
on the status of the Jews in the
USSR. "The Israeli delegation
at the United Nations," he de-
clared, "will have the opportun-
ity of expressing its views, the
aspirations of Israeli citizens
and of the entire Jewish people
regarding the situation of Jews
in certain countries where they
are deprived of the right to ex-
press their adherence to Jewish
values and to enjoy contact
with Jews in the rest of the
world."
Finally. Mr. Eshkol came to*
one issue that has disturbed Is-
rael recentlythe demonstration'*
by Sabbath observers and their
opponents. He criticized sharply
"the use of violence that leads to
violence," declaring that both
secularists and the ultra-zealou*
"are wrong." In matters of con-
science and religion, he said. Is-
raeli society "is founded on a pact
of mutual tolerance which found
expression in our Proclamation of
Independence, which guaranteed
that every man shall live accord-
ing to his conscience in his own
home, in his homelard. The pub-
lic realm." he asserted, "will be
protected by the Government."
Zamora Opens
Lending Library
Tempi" Zamora announces th" '
Organising of a Temple and School
Library.
'Ihe library will be housed in the .
Temple chapel building and "ill j
consist of various books pertaining
til the Jewish faith. Books for
adults and children will bo repre-
sented.
Members of the Temple wi'l be
able to browse as well as check out
books for home use.
Kahbi Hershel Brooks th's week
a ope iled for donations of books to
the library.
Members of the Library Commit-
tee are Rabbi and Mrs. Hershel
i Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mos-
jkowitz. Mrs. Dorothy Greenberg.
[Arthur Deutsch. Mrs. Edna Kus-
Inick. and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rice.
Me Ami Unanimously Endorsed by Miami Leadership
Photos show Rabbis, heads of Greater Miami congregations. Jewish National Fund
and B'nai B'rith leaders and officers at (he Presidents and Rabbis Luncheon Octo-
ber 15th at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Miami Beach. Florida, as they unanimously
pledged their support oi MeAmi and J.N.F. activities.


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fJewisHhridliair
Friday, October 25
1963
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crviccs
uhis UJeckend
ASUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle vt.
Orthodox. Rabbi liaac Ever.
Ida) 5:iS p.m. fefttiurdaj 8:S0 a.m. I
^NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. j
Conservative Rabbi Abraham Sch*
vartz.
tisrdav R:30 B.m. Sermon: "The
najnaue iind Its inihiimi> on the
. mmunlty." Reception In honor of
thl iveddhtg anniversary ol ment-
is, Mr. and .Mi.-.. Irving Hacks, will
low s. r\ Ices.
PEHH DAVID. 262b SW 3rd ave. Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipton.
dk) 8:1J i m. All nen students In
Hebrew de|iartmenl "ill l>e eon-
ated. s iturdaj 8 a.m. Bar Mlts-
lj: Cnli. it. sou of .Mi. ml Mrs,
"ii Hoffman.
E3ETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
iil.-iy ::::< p.m. Hatutriaj 8: n .. m
: in.hi: "Abraham's Journey."
V=TH EMETH YEHUDAH MOSHE.
>**30 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Pino.
di.v 8:1." .'in. Saturda} 5:4." a.m.
. f Mltsvah: Robert, son ol Mr. and
. Saul Cm.ii.i.
LETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or.
thedox. Rabbi h. Louis Rottman.
---- ----
CE-TH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
aVe. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
I Mat in i m Saturday R:3M a.m.
i i-jiioii: "Climbing the Hills ul Sue-
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
JADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Riehter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
i las 8:1.-1 P.m. Sermon: I he Jew
. an Individualist." Knturdn} S:30
m. Hormon: "Portion of the Wei k
i:nr Mltsvah: Kdwln, son of Mr. and
..I- Hnrr) Fnrher,
CANDLEUGHTING TIM
7 Heshvan 5:25 p.m.
-LAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg.
---- ----
EBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S NAI 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3<75 SW 25th
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Frldaj 3:43 p.m. Saturday 8:4i a.m.
Let Us Dedicate Ourselves
To the Principles of Peace
BETH KOOESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mcdei n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
rriil.iv r.:45 p.m. Bnturdaj 8:43 a.ni
.'-. niMii: "we Korae Ahead." Hal
Mltsvah: Rubtrl Bdward, son of Mr.
and Mi -. Herman l.a.innaii. I: P.m.
"The ["oitloti ..i Law." 3:45 p.m.
'I'm. Mi.in.Hi. i-lll."
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
---- ----
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH.-ietthT and NE ,,J KNESETH ts^_. ^Vggtfj.
Sak~ZEg2??J!&2i K,>schLe'nP: Cantor Abraham^
baum. OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Fridaa 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Maturity Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
Knives Main Problems." lias Mitt-I man.
vnh: Kmlly, daughter ..f Mr. and Mrs. :------- -------
ftudj Hess, Saturda) 8:45 a.m. Hal SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
Mltsvah: Barry anil Clary, -"ii- of Mr, st Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green.
ami Mrs. Jaek Ureenwnld. wald.
. .----- FYldai S:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Dreams
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 ,-1; ill.-.l Sill III laj n in Bai Mlt-
vnh: -ia\. .-..ii "f Mr. and Mrs. Paul
s. hafer.
---- ----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Cantor
Maurice Neu.
1'ii.i.iv 8:1." i'in Sermon "A flod in
Iiiiuri inea Shabhal In li"ii"r
<'' golden wedding annlversar) >f Mr.
ami Mrs. William Platl hosted bj
rt.ii children and grandchildren. Mr.
Platl i> chairman ( rellgioi com-
Mi. ami Mrs. Herbert lluxhnuin In
honor of their anniversary. Saturday
! : a.in swan.hi: "W.-i-kly Portion of
' ilu- I .aiv"
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE loth ave. Reform Rah
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
; l'ii. lav vl.'. :> ni. s rin.'ii "The IN"
I In Ri irospecl."
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zsmora ave
Rauoi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ber
Dickson.
Krldrty 8:13 p.m Sermon: "Beginning
.i a Nation." Saturday 8:15 a.m. Ser-
ni. n "A Ne I ,!
TEMPLE Z'C-n" 5720 SW 17h s
Wan.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
Friday : p.m. *.mirilu\ \> ,, 0
'.....ii "'Jiants in History." itsr u '/'
yah: Monte, son of Mr. ;,., M', N '"'
Kan.-. K
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mml
ave. Conservative. Rabbi wl
Wernick Cantor Albert olanVg"
I'rldaj 8:S0 p.m. S.-riin.n: "OoihI
<<'*.....s." uneg Shnbbal hosi
BlaUrh.....I. Saturrl: > 9 a.m. Keruinn-
"Portlon ..f the w.. k ......
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YOUNG ISRA^w. vo NE 1*1 ..
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin St.iub"
I rldaj ..:! p.m. Saturda) w rn Sm
in..n: "Tin- Wandering Jew." |t,r
Mltsvah: Miuio-l Jny, son of \i ,,,,i
Mrs i ""I- Bernstein.
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Congregation Beth El
This week, the world observed
'nited Nations Day, commemor-
ling the eighteenth anniversary
f this vita] organization dedicat-
d in universal peace. The in
3 predicated upon the belief that
* hen men will shake lian. I rather
han fists, and settle their ditter-
nces through talks rather than
ith tanks, only then will world
eaee be secured.
The finest expression of man's
ope for peace comes from Isaiah.
.ho looked for the day when the
,olf and the lamb, the calf and
he lion, would live together in
armony. There is however, an
- arlier example of peace which
s completely disregarded.
In the Biblical account of Noah
nd the flood, various animals did
lve together in the Ark in per-
ect harmony. Why is this ex-
mple completely overlooked?
The unity in the Ark was a unity
I stress, stemming from a com-
i ion fear of the floodwaters ol
instruction. They were all lit-
rally in the same boat. This
;ind of unity could only be tem-
lorary, for as soon as the flood
ubsided. they were once again at
ach others' throats.
Isaiah, however, dreamed of a
unity based on love and com-
passion, with mutual respect
mong all men. This was a unity
of permanence, which could and
u inspired the hearts of all
eople.
Our world of today enjoys rela-
live peace. It is. however, a unity
of stress, based upon a common
car of the lloodwaters of nuclear
i estraction. This is not the peace
f which Isaiah dreamed
A group of survivors were drift-
m m
"lSllil
Saturdai 8:4."
i'"! t ion."
in
ni
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
unitf without streti
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kndall|
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
I i,i\ v ,:n p.m Sermon from "Moses I
and Monotheism."
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. |
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I'i-i'ia> vi.". |i.m. Sermon: "ilod's |
Dreal RxpeMmen! s.iiui'la\ !l a m
Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son "f Mi and
Mrs .1. ri'in, l. Hlrw h.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Friday B:IS p.m. Sermon: "Refects In
a Worthy Cause." Saturday |n;:!n u.m
Si ml.ills "f 111 |."HI-l:ar ami Itas
Mltsvah .lull will s|ieak "ii U li>
Abraham l-ft Town?"
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. S"7
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi'
Nathan H. Zwitman. Canter Brn
Grossberg.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
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Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
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JOINT.
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M. Machtei.
1 i Ida) 8:30 p in. Sermon: "How do
you Assesa Wealth?" Ones Shabbal
hi -i. .1 b) Mr. ami Mrs. Rli hard i:
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Torah Dedication At Young Israel
Emanuel Ungar, president of
Vwng Israel of Greatat Miami.
. inounces a celebration for the
nedication of a Sefer Torah on |
.inday. 10 30 j.m., at Young Is
i art.
The Torah is being donated by
rs. Francos Goldberg in memory
oi her parents, and will be the
first such dedication to be held
TE,MPLE !SRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
'' Ida) 8:13 |i m. Quest Hiieaki i In
Henr) KInit Stanford, uresidenl of
1 nlvei sit) ol Miami. 'I upli ii,,
Challenjre tu Fti llglon and Ed u ation."
Tf?l?Lf JUDEA.* 320_Palermo av.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Hoaet and Cantor Cordon Richards
1 '"!'* 8:13 |.m Majoi them, ol Jew*
IHui-g) explained .....I lllusti .
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
A R-form Congregation
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob G Bornslain, Cantor
Services frWov, lfI5 P.M.
Guest Speaker:
DR. HENRY KiNG STANFORD
President. University of Miami.
"RELIG'ON and EDUCATION"
in the newly-tonsiructed Young by Rabbi Podet and Cantor itk
I.-rael Building. mlt!r .l.|i;.,,l ii.,i. on of Mi and Mrs
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. spiritual itoaan.____
leader, said thai "an unusual pro-, temple menor'ah. 620 75th st
nun has been prepared for this ""rv^v_'.^b.bi M*y" Abram
celebration." consisting of a musi-
cal cantata by the Young Israel
Choir under the direction of Ben-
jamin Field.
Cantorial liturgy will be render-
ed by Cantor Moses Weiss, as well
as the inscribing of the final let-
ters in the Torah by Rabbi Morris
Prucbter.
Acting as guest speaker will be
Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual
leader of Knesseth Israel Congre-
gation of Miami Beach.
owiu. Cantor Edward Klein.
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Friday, Oclober 25, 1963
*. fc-Wtf ihcriidiikin
Page 11-1
90-Year-Old Beach Retirement Hotel
Resident Recalls 'the Good Old Days'
Ten Miami and Miami Beach leaders have
been chosen delegates to the Jewish National
Fund National Assembly which will take
place Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 at the New York Hilton
Hotel. Left to right (seated) are Judge Morris
Berick, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Leon J. Ell and
Marshall Comis. Standing are Zev W. Kogan,
Herbert Shapiro. Michael Sossin and Petei
F. Heller. Not shown are Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz and Mrs. Pearl Comis.
Humphrey Will Address JNF Assembly in N.Y.
By Special Report
l/nited States Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey, of Minnesota, forceful
Democratic Party leader and maj-
i rity Whip of the Senate, will be
. principal speaker nt the nation-
assembly of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund of America, opening at
Hi.' New York Hilton Hotel on
Thursday, Oct. 31. and continuing
irough Sunday, Nov. 3.
mii Humphrey will deliver his
..cldre^s at the plenary session,
- irday evening. Nov. 2. Includ-
i.i in the roster of speakers are
Jacob Tsur, world chairman of
Keren Kayemeth Leisracl. and
lormer Israel Ambassador to Ar-
gentina and France; Franklin Del-
ano Roosevelt. Jr., U.S. Under
Secretary of Commerce; Michael
Comay, Israel Ambassador to the
I nitcd Nations; Avraham Har-
man, Israel AmbassaJor to the
lini.i! States Dr. .Max Nuss-
_
SIN. HUMPHRir
baum, president of the Zionist
Organization of America; and Al-
bert Schill, president of the JNF
of America.
It is expected that Sen. Hum-
phrey will deliver an important
policy statement concerning Amer-
ican Israeli relations with special
emphasis on the security prob-
lems confronting Ihe State of Is-
rael as a result of Nasser's mas-
sive armaments program with the
aiil of German scientists.
The triennial JNF assembly
v ill undertake a gigantic plan to
develop a million dunams of land
in Western Galilee on which tens
of border-villages will be built in
order to secure Israel's frontiers
with Lebanon and Syria. This
plan will be proposed by Chair-
man Tsur. who will be arriving
here for the special purpose of
presenting the new program to the
Jewish community of America.
Max Bohrer. 90-year-old Span-
ish-American War veteran has liv-
ed an adventurous lite and seen'
history being made during his nine
decades
Bohrer, a resident of the Black
stone Retirement Hotel, partui
pates in the varied daily activi
ties planned for the senior citi-
zens at the Beach home. '"I don't
lack for companionship there, for ]
I enjoy recalling the good old days ;
with the older boys in their 90's'
and the youngsters in their 70'-
and 80s.'' said Bohrer.
He was raised on Ihe East
Side of New York, where his
father was a butcher. Bohrer
ran away from home at 16 to see
the world.
When ho was 26. he owned a,
saloon in the town of F.ngleton,
Tex. He sold his business when
v.ar broke out. and enlisted as did'
every man in the village.
"The army has change I since
the old days." he said. "I can re-
member that during the six
months of training we men had
to eat spoiled meat and stale
bread. We didn't even have the
necessities. We had lo wear the
same clothes, for there was no
change of clothing."
His wife died ten years ago, and
his only son died tun years ago
"I never had much if an educa
Beth Torah Young Adults
Beth Torah Young Adults will'
hold a Masquerade Ball on Sun-
day, 8:30 p.m.. at the Unified
Hall. 2300 NE 171st St. Program
will include a live band, games.;
refreshments, and prizes for ori-
ginal costumes. In charge of in-
formation are Marsha Hershman,
president, and Barbara Krongold.
tion." he said, "but somehov f
serfl my son through College."
in turn sent his sons through mi I-
Ical school. "Both my grands,
are physicians today and I a
mighty proud of them." said E <
rer.
"I miss lots of my old frlei
who have passed away but I
met come very nice people wl -
living at the Blackstone."
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financial supporter of the emerg-
ing international forces trying to
keep peace on the borders of Is-
rael and in the Congo."
America tvi'hes to protect
the free world from aggression
and a military take-over "by Rus-
sia and the communist bloc."'
Sen. Douglas cited America's pro-
tection of Iran, Greece and Tur-'
key. the defense of Korea and her
pan in creating NATO.
America's Cuban stand last
fall was "firm without being pro-,
vocative."
Not only was America largely
responsible for the formation of
the United Nations, but this coun-
try has been its "chief main-
si a\ ,"
The Ui Ited States has led the
free world back from its nation-
alistic high tariffs of the thirties
by our program of reciprocal
trade."
Timing to the situation at
home. Sen. Douglas said that the
problem of c'rop-outs, a dispro-
portionate share of whom were
minoritiesNegroes, Puerto Ric-
ans and the "Latinos" of the
Southwestconstituted what is
"perhaps the most pressing soc-
Beth Jacob
Slates Classes
Schedule for the fall and winter
semester of adult education classes
at Beth Jacob Congregation in-
cludes a daily 6 p.m. class in Tal-
mud and a Saturday session on
the Bible at 5 p.m.. conducted by1
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
One Talmud class, offered by
Rev. Samuel B. Seligman, former
professor at the Hebrew Theolog-
ical College of Chicago, meets on
Mondays at 2 p.m.; the second on
Thursdays at 10 a.m., conducted
by Rabbi A. J. Saira. who is also
in charge of a course in Psalms
on Saturdays at 4 p.m.
ial problem of our time." As a
solution to this problemload-
ed with "social dynamite"he
proposed the expansion of "total
demand" so that more goods
and services will be demanded
and more will thus be prodused,
and increeased vocational train-
ing.
Sen. Douglas praised ORT's
work as "necessary and construc-
tive" and called it the kind of
work that "needs and deserves
continued full support."
He asserted that while the Jew-
ish community has always had a
proper concern for its own prob-
lems, it has "never been paro-
chial." lie called its efforts vital
in the struggle to "make this a
better country and in doing so
. demonstrating their Ameri-
canism as well as their Judaism"
aspects which are "not compe-
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Friday. October 23, 1%3
JVS Marks Fifth Anniversary Here )
Fifth anniversary of the Jewish chairmanship of Sidney Efron-on
Vocational Service was celebrated was announced. Plans were also
last-week at a party <*-the JVS^BrtwIatod far JVS Youth Groan
Sheltered Workshop. 5252 NW 2nd Guidance Programs to be conduc-
Ave. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. ted for teen-age and young adults
president of the agency, conducted at Greater Miami Temples, Y.\|
the program. i^.J^f^ "nd_ ,hrou- B"ni
Participating were the first pres-!
Celebrating the fifth anniversary party of Jew-
ish Vocational Service are (left to right) Sam
Luby Jr., vice president; Sam J. Heiman, hon-
orary president; Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg,
president; Lloyd L. Ruskin. first JVS president;
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, vice president; Mrs. Meyer
A. Baskin, secretary; Stuart Rothchild, treas-
urer; Charles Hertzoff. vice president. Not
shown is Herbert P. Blumberg, also a vice
president.
Gromyko Flays Critics of Soviet Policy
Continued from Page 1-A
17 yean ago, I tee your Jew'sh
spiritual leaders grasp the dead
hand of Adenauer and his re-
var.chist and Hitler's ex-genera.s
and judges in a bitter end strug-
gle that can only lead to the an-
nihiltaion of the Jewish people
everywhere together with the
human race. How shocking.
What an ugly role to play at this
time. Why do they do this when
they know their statements
about Jewry in the USSR are
packed with lies? In the Ten j
Commandments it says, I be- '
lieve, 'thou shalt not bear false
witness against thy neighbor.'
How spiritual can a man be who
poisons the minds of his wor-
shipers with lies?"
Menshikov. according to Ter-
man. asked why the Jewish spin
lual leaders do not quote a state-
ment on the Jewish question, "giv-
en at great length" by Russia's
Prime Minister Nikita Khrush-
chev last March. The former
Ambassador also asked why the
Jewish leaders do not mention the
naming of a Jew, Yenyamin Dym-
shits. as vice chairman of the
USSR Council oi Ministers and
chairman Of the USSR'S Economic
Council, which, he said, "is one
of the three highest positions in
dur country." (Both of these de-
velopments had been reported by
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.)
Terman reported that he had
also asked the Soviet diplomats
why Mr. Khrushchev does not re-
ply to the statements about anti-
Jewish persecutions made by Jew
ish leaders. The Chicagoan re-
plies on that subject to Lord Ber-
trand Russel, instead of to Jew-
ish leaders, because "in short, he
doesn't trust people noted for their
hostility to the Soviet Union, no
matter what their religion or
faith."
Discussing the Gromyko-Menshi-
kov statement*, Mr. Fishbein de-
clared editorially:
"Despite the turmoil that has
raged about this controversy
during the past decade, the Sov-
iets either will not or can not
comprehend our concern. They
continue to fall back on the
hack-worn constitutional guar-
antee against anti-Semitism as
if that in itself should resolve
the entire problem for us.
Against those Jews who disagree
which includes 99 and 9 10 per-
centthey hurl the charge of
'war monger,' 'cold war war-
rior,' 'anti-Sovieteer.' Th:s is
supposed to silence worldwide
public opinion that has been
protesting the steady deteriora-
tion of Jewish life in the Soviet
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days of the Stalin terror.
"What the Soviet authorities do
not seem to be willing to lace i<
the special discrimination meted
.out to the Jewish minority. Why,
| for example, after all these years,
was it necessary to eliminate the
baking oi matzo? Or why should
the Baptists and other religious
groups be permitted to print their
Bibles while the same right is de-
nied to Jews? We can testily that.
wherever we went in the Soviet
Union. Jews asked us for Hebrew
calendars. They have all kinds
oi printing presses in that coun-
try. How much would it take to
print up 100,000 of these, so that
religious Jews can know when to
say Yizkor?"
Reverend I. Kuttler
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dent of the agency
kin. and the honorary president
who helped foind JVS, Sam J. Hei-
man. A musical presentation and
poem narrating the history of JVS.
Awards were presented to Dr.
Michael Goodman, JVS executive
I,rector, and to members -of the
agency staff.
Announcement was made of a
Dec. 12 luncheon to which indus-
trialists of Dade County will be
invited to learn more about the
work of the JVS Sheltered Work-
shop. They will be told about the
commercial subcontract work of
the agency and also the JVS role
in job placement both of the
handicapped and of the special
worker in the community.
It was announced that over 600
people have benefited from the
program in five years by earning
salaries totaling some $150,000.
During this period, the agency
placed over 700 people in compet-
itive industry, including 450 handi-
capped.
Formation of a Speakers Bureau
to tell the story of JVS to com
munity organizations under the
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Dov Joseph Calls for Renewed Aid
Two Mesivta Senior High School students, Joel Kornreich and
Dav.d Luchins, are congratulated for their high performance
in t-e National Merit Scholarship Examination last spring.
The two youths moved one step closer to winning a four-year
Mer.' Scholarship to the college of their choice. Advising them
pal .' the Mesivta. 1021 Biarritz Dr., the only all day Hebrew-
| -.-. Senior High School south of Baltimoie. Md.
Mtemians Take Leading Role in Preparing
Fcr C JFWF Assembly Due Here Nov. 6 to 1C
munal lea Vrs >( thi'
ami Jewish Federation
;I, Hosl Community Com-
the 32nd annual Cvn
My d| the Council <>t
.i, ^derations and Welfare
I aking place at the Diplo
from Nov. c to 10.
Th< Sidney Lefcourt. Fed-
eratii resident; Mrs. Stanley C.
e president; Samuel N.
honorary president;
and V Carl Weinkle. trustee.
Mr- dyers and Mrs. Weinkle.
issisti I \ ice Chairmen Mrs.j
Aamr rr and Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
. enlisted an extraordi-
dt volunteers to bring
Ihi : : \li.inn hospitality to the
more than l.ooo delegates from
the I ited States and Canada who
will bi guests of the assembly.
being held here in honor
of t! :.ith anniversary of the
v..imi Jewish Federation.
I el the community have
11 to take part in the
iily program, and their
.11 be of particular Im-
port at the Wednesday even
i .(i:i welcoming out of
n Lasts. Thursday's first full
ol delegates, and the
ening banquet, tradi
ight ot the assembly
i
- import,int committees
Miami hospitality are
'07S Found on Masada
l\ (JTA) The findini:
i- and fragments ot
SDUtll cave near the
cliff at the Masada
- the shore of the'
ere reported here b)
noted Hebrew Uni-
haeptojist at the end of
week of excavations at
oi the palace of Herod,
'lea in the first century
. nd later the stronghold ot
gainst the Roman con-
the following communal leaders
ates Lounge, Mrs, Harry
Orleans, Mrs, Sidney M Schwartz;
Wednesday Nighl lire option, Mrs.
Sidney l.elcoiirt, Mrs. I.eon Kap
Ian; Youth Leadership Activities,
Ma:-hall S Harris; Friday Night
Home Hospitality. Mrs, ('.ill
Weinkle; Saturday Night Cocktail
Party. Mr-. Sam Blank, Mrs.
Samuel Friedland.
Golf Tournament, Stanley C
Myers; Table Decorations. Mrs.
Harold Spaet: Agency Tours, Mrs
Charles P Feinberg; Participa-
tion. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. Sol
Silverman; Message Center and
Information, Mrs. Burton B. Gold-
stein, Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin.
Office and Clerical. Mrs Max
well Hyman, Mrs Philip F. Thau;
Ticket Sales. Mrs Gerald Soltz.
Mrs. William Brenner: Favors,
Mrs. Inez Krensky.
LOS ANGELES(JTA)Israel's
Minister of Justice, Dr. Dov Jos- '
sph, said here that the terminatiouU
of German reparations payments'
and America's sharp reduction of I
grants in-aid to Israel make it im-
perative that Israel find other
sources of foreign income. "Israel
Bond* can help us brdge the gap ,
between what we received in the ,
past and what we will get in the
future,'' he stated.
Dr. Joseph addressed a gather-
ing of some 1,200 women attend-
ing the 10th anniversary bond lun-
cheon in the Beverly Hilton Hotel
Oond purchases at the event
brought to over $1,000,000 the to
tal produced by the women's divis-
ion since the beginning of 1963.
Pointing out that the Arabs
have been getting weapons from
Russia and substantial financial
aid from the United States, Dr.
Joseph declared: "We cannot
carry unaided the triple burdens
of defense, economic develop-
ment and immigrant absorption.
For that reason, we need the
help of American Jews in the
non-defense area, to ensure that
Israel will continue to expand its
economy and serve as a guide
to the new nations of the world."
Stressing the financial burden
Involved in immigrant absorption.
Dr, Joseph said that, belore the
lieu citizen can become part of
the country's economic lite, the
Government must provide him
with housing, teach him a trade.
teach him Hebrew, stimulate in-
dustrj in order to provide him
with a job. and. a- a prerequisite
to the latter, provide roads, water
and other essential services in un-
derdeveloped areas, without which
a community cannot ex'st. "All of
this imposes a tremendous drain
on the national budget, which can
be alleviated only through income
derived from Israel Bonds, our
chief source of foreign investment en distinguished service to the
capital." Dr. Joseph declared.
i Fo^rjm^President H^rv s. Tru-
man has approved the establish-
ment of an award bearing his
name to honor outstanding nation
al and local leaders who have giv
cause of freedom and to the pro-
motion of American friendship for
Israel, it was announced in New
York by Abraham Feinberg. pres-
.(ient of the Israel Bond Organiza-
ion.)
Survey Shews Luke-Warm
Argentine Jewish Affiliation
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
Halt of the Jewish couples mar-
ried here in the last two years.
read Yiddish and 50 percent of;
them read Jewish publications, \
mainly in Spanish, a survey con-;
ducted here by the Latin Ameri-
can section of the American Jew
ish Committee indicated. The re-
port of the survey was made
public this week by Abraham
Monk, director of the AJC office
here.
A questionnaire had been circu-
lated to all Jewish newlyweds,
and answers were received from
97 per cent of the couples mar-
ried in the last two years. The
data showed that 71 per cent ol the
husbands ami 57 per cent of the
wives "nominally affiliated" with
some .lew ish organization, but onlj
20 per cent attend Jewish activi-
ties.
Of the total respondents, 87
per cent were born in Argen-
tine, 70 per cent had "son*;"
Jewish education, 12 per cent
had taken private Hebrew
courses, and 34 per cent disap-
proved of the quality of Jewish
schooling here.
The figures also showed that 57
per cent observed the Passover by
having a Seder with their parents.
47 per cent fast on Yom Kippur,
eight per cent eat kosher food,
seven per cent observe the Sab-
bath, 40 per cent attend syna-
gogue, mainly on High Holy Days.
Ninety per cent thought it was
possible to be a good Jew while
living outside Israel. Monk said
that the Argentine Jewish com-
munity need not expect a demo-
graphic expansion, on the basis of
this survey, since most of the
couples indicated they plan on hav-
ing no more than two or three
children.
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Continued from Page 1-A
day was Jerusalem Julie Grasse
Mother Superior of St. Joseph
Convent, She testified that, on
the afternoon of Sept 10. she
heard a commotion and saw 80 to
km) "religious persons'' in the
convent courtyard.
she said that a nun immediately
Kuked the front doors, and that
the demonstrators did not enter
the convent but "sat or squatted"
without hurting anyone or injur-
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she testified The Mother Super-
ior -.nd that she summoned police,
who removed the demonstrators
"without incident
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Friday, October 25.
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Ahmed Shukairy Busy on Tour of U.S.
I'nitcd Nations
AHMED SHUKAIRY is now
** on a barnstorming tour ot
the United States. Who is Ah-
med Shukairy? Well, a little
occurrence at the UN will tell
you who he is
not. The very
efficient UN
press olficers
always put up
on a notice
board u list
of the day's
appointmeii t s
scheduled or__
held by Secretary General U
Thant. On the first day of Mr
Shukairy's currenl visit, t lit-
usual note went up, and it list
ed. among others, "Mr. Shukairy
of Saudi Arabia
a 11. wsman, seeing the error.
called the press chief's atten-
tion to the fact that Saudi
Arabia, which had been r pre
sented here by Shukairy for
several years, took thai port-
folia away from the man a
year ag i The notice was
amended to read simplj "Mr
Shukairy."
'Palestine Delegation'
That told part of the story
of who he is not. He is not of
Saudi Arabia He is not of
Syria, whom he had served
prior to being hired by the King
of Saudi Arabia. He says he
represents the "Palestine Arab
Delegation." The Arab League
did. indeed, give him that title
a few weeks ago. But there is
no "Arab Palestine Delega-
tion" accredited to the United
Nations. So whom does Mr.
Shukairy represent-' Let the
notice stand: "Mr. Shukairy."
Readers who follow Israeli-
Arab news out of the United
Nations are. without a doubt,
acquainted with the gentle
man. For at least 15 years
here, no one spoke louder, long-
er or with greater bitterness
against Israel than the same
Shukairy. Now he is with us
again. But, what is just as im-
portant is this fact Now he
has launched a countrywide
tour to give the rest of the
United stale.- the benefit oi his
wisdom.
War Aagainst Israel
Shukairy was a lawyer in
Jerusalem before Israel was re
horn. Thus, he is. technically,
a refugee. He plays on thai
status, lb' speaks passionate
ly, with vasl emotion, about
his "homeleand." And, it must
be reported, he speaks at great
length. Everj speech by Shu-
kairj is a marathon perform-
ancefull of vitriol.
in his speeches, Shukairy
time and again has declared
war against Israeland has
come close to declaring war
against any nation that accepts
Israel as a realityincluding
the United States. Last year,
in his anger against Jews.
Zionists and Israel, he went
so far as to advocate thai the
United Nations encourage for-
mation of an organization sim-
ilar to the anti-Semitic Tacuara
movement in Argentina
His zeal knows no bounds
nor his acid and his manipula-
tion of history in advocating
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN
Allegory Nearly
Successfully Done
MESSIAH'S CHAINS. By Arn-
old Posy. Translated fiom
the Yiddish by Joseph Lelt-
wich. 290 pp. New York:
Bloch Publishing Co., 31 W.
31st St. $5.00.
ARNOLD POSY's u n u sual
'^ novel nearlj defies catcgor-
zation. Part original allegory,
art rabbinic legend, part sheer
ewish folklore, it mixes its di-
crsc sources into a stra i
amalgam in which spirit:
ies with modern psychological
nsight and a shimmering
ision-ary patina overlies th<
hole book
Reminiscent, perhaps, of Mil-
ins "Paradise Lost," are some
if the episode- and much of the
lescriptive background. Heaven.
:or example, has gates and a
Heavenly court; angels and
seraphim live there with the
vorthy mortal souls, all of them
>athed in the light of Shech'tia
Satan, cast out from the Throne
>f Glory, rules his imps and
lemons from the netherworld,
Sheol. bent to his perpetual task
i> the Adversary: like Milton's
Satan, he has a character of his
jwn which is not totally un-
sympathetic by any means; in
fact, one of the complaints
often leveled against Milton is
that he made his Satan far
more intellectually interesting
ban he did his God.
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The figure oi Elijah the Pro-
phet strides through the book
with unifying force, now meet
in Mother Rachel in the Hall
way Inn between heaven and
earth to listen to her pleas for
the liberation of her children,
ncc, returning to earth for
encounters with the
Tempter. Satan, or with a fallen
An c! who tells him a mystic
tale ol the loss ot ins beautiful
nter, Ahabit, who was
swept into Heaven and became
one Oi the Signs Ol the Zodiac.
Other talcs seem to waft,
with Time, up through the eons,
past Shabbatai Zevi, the false
and fanatic Messiah, to the new
Israel and the discontent of the
present generations. The age-
old longing lor Messiah, who
wa.ts in agony and chains tor
the Day of Deliverance, is cen-
tral to the theme.
One of the most interesting
things about the book is that it
i- by no means as bad as it
could so easily have been. Al-
legory is terribly difficult to
write, since one must project
two worlds with equal credibil-
ity: it is usually the writing it-
self which, heavy with the bur-
den of its symbolic weight, car-
ries the work down to disaster.
Here, oddly enough, the writing
is good enough; the stories
move ahead with a kind of in-
sistent, viability.
But it is unfortunately at the
expense of meaning. It is nev-
er quite clear exactly what the
author wants to say. He has
written a book with the feeling
of legend but without the sym-
bol of legend, a Jewish fairy
tale in which the intellectual
concepts have been lost in the
billowing mists of fantasy.
the destruction ol Israel, the
stoppage of all Jewish immi-
gration into Israel, the halting
of all monetary contributions
to Israel and Israeli causes, the
ousting of Israel from the Unit-
ed Nationsindeed from the
world.
There is no doubt that fair
and decent citizens in many
American communities, where
Shtikanv is scheduled to speak.
will counteract his propagan-
da. In one community, the
radio and television stations
have already been requested to
provide fair opportunity to re-
ply to Shukairj it he is granted
air time. In another commun-
ity, faculty members and sin-
dents at the local university
have organized a "truth squad"
to be prepared to answer Shu-
kairj publicly when he ap-
pears.
Shukairj i- an experienced
band at publicity and propa-
ganda And the Arab League
will spare no effort to have
him interviewed by the I >cal
pre-., and other news media.
But, as he begins his tour, it
i-- already obvious thai Ameri
e ns will nol be taken in by his
brand of propaganda when told
the other side l the story.
Truth Squad
The fact that shukairy repre-
sents no delegation accredited
to the tinted Nations will prob-
ably also be hammered home,
wherever and whenever he em-
ploys his 'delegation" title.
For the last two years, the
Arabs at the United Nations
have come forward with such
a "delegation" and. both years,
they received no official recog-
nition Members ot their
"delegation" have been per-
mitted to speak in the Gen-
eral Assembly's Special Politi-
cal Committee, the body which
debates the Arab refugee prob-
lem. Cutand this i- impor-
tant ;,s far as delegation status
or non-status is concerned
these men have been given the
floor only as individuals.
Thus, it will be as an indi-
vidual 'hat Shukairy will ap-
pear here tin- yearas one
voice, |OUd or irritable or pro-
lix though it be. lie win repre
.-cut no government His of-
fice w.i! he at the headquarters
of the Arab League in New
York
Movement of Jewish Escapees
Was Not Entirely We/come
Washington
THE UNITED STATES military ch.et, ol
1 stalfs in 1913 actually opposed the move-
ment of Jewish escapees from Nazi Europ.'
to Allied territory, it was revealed in the re
cent publication of previously secret Slate De-
partment archives.
Admiral William D. Leahy. Chef ol Stafl
!o the Commander in Chief of the Army and
Navy, in a letter to Secretary of State Cordeil
Hull on April 26, I'M:., strongly urged lejeclion ot a plan [or
moving Jewish refugees, from occupied Europe via Spam to
North Africa.
The us. chiefs of staff felt "the influx of a considerable
group ot Jewish refugees t<> North Africa might cause guch
resentment on the pan of the Arab population as to necessi-
tate military action to maintain order."
Admiral l.cby. speaking officially for the Joint Chiefs Ol
Staff, noted that 'the immediate proposal i.- to transport some
3.000 to r>.(>(Ki refugees, large!) Jewish and of enemy nationality
or stateless, t>> North Africa ... It is reasonable to expect,
therefore, that there will be similar proposals to transport
increasi increments >i refugees t" North Africa in the fu-
ture "
The U.S. Chiefs of stall, be said, objected because of Arab
sentiment, shipping limitations, food problems, and the "add
ed ami unwarranted administrative responsibility on the mi
preme commander in North Africa."
Pressed to reconsider their decision, the U.S. chiel- ot
Staff on May 7. 1942 "decided to adhere to the views expressed
in their pre\ IOU8 letter. '
'I he State Department files just made public reveal that
the United stales Government response to the plight of Europe's
Jews was marked by bureaucratic inefficiency, ineptitude. In-
difference, and other responses ranging from ineffectual good-
will to actual opposition.
The greatest lack of compassion, however, was indicated
by the U.S. chiefs of staff. These high-ranking officers were
full) aware of the death camps at that time and the true
peril of the Jews.
A secret aide-memoire presented in 1943 by the British
Embassy to the state Department indicated the stand of the
United Kingdom It voiced fear that "there is a possibility
that the Germans or their satellites may change over from
the policy ot extermination to one of extrusion, and aim as
they did before the war at embarrassing other countries bv
flooding them with alien immigrants."
in Palestine, said the British Embassy, "the authorities
arc not prepared, except possibly in individual cases, to accept
male adults from enemy Or enemy occupied countries; but ill-
Majesty's Government will continue to do everything possible
to facilitate the admission of children within the limits imposed
by the 1930 White Paper. A copj of the White Paper in ques-
tion is d for the convenience of the Department ol Slate "
The British wire vexed by Jewish concern. The British
Embassy told the state Department: "The refugee problem
Cannot be treated a< though it were a wholly Jewish probl
which could he handle,: by ,icw,-h agencies or bv machinerj
'"''> apted tor Jews. There are so many non-Jew
,8n '' "->' and there is so much acute suffering among non-
i countries that Allied criticism would probablj
narkod preference were shown in removing Jews
from territories in enemy occupation. There is also the dis-
mulating anti-Semitism in areas where an
t-NC( ,ive number ol foreign Jews are introduced."
Between You and Mo:
Bv BORIS SM0LAR
U.S. Upset About Ccncen for Soviet Jews
CTATE DEPARTMENT official
in Washington are very muc'
annoyed with the fact thai th
movement against Soviet discrin
fnation against its Jewish citizen
is gaining momentum in this cou
try, They are especially unhapp
over the fact that members of th
U.S. Congress are deeply interes
ed in this question and that som ,
of them have taken it up directly w.
of the Soviet Embassy. What makes then, very
unhappy is ,he fa(, thai .10 Senators have iCro
cluced a resolution in the Senate, denouncing
Union discriminations in the Soviet
of tl^j'J^ll in 'hc S,a,e Department Mi
of the opinion that members of Congress should
shoufd d're(Lly W"h ,h Emtaas bm
should voice their grievances through the' state
Department. On the other hand, when inquires
are madr with the State Department oh what U
being: done to indicate to Moscow the senUmen
of Americans against the anti-Jewish acts the
wff ,'k USUKly ihat lh,S is a matter to oedeau
With through the United Nations. What the
State Department officials overlook is that ho
Ujuted N.tions-under Soviet prewuret-h,,now
drawn n distinct line between racial dUcnrni
nation and religious discrimination, consider^
them as separate items. While on issues of
racial discrimination, like the South African is
the United Nations is acting iwifty, this i-
tar not the case with action on religious dis-
crimination.
Somewhere the United Nations discussions
are scheduled to be held on how to act against
religious discrimination, but it will probably take
'hie, ,,r 1(Hlr vt.urs 0,.f((re any formulated docu-
ment will come up before the General Assem-
bly of the United Nations. Thus, while the is-
sue of racial discrimination has become a major
issue on which the UN is acting, the issue ol
religious discrimination is still a kind of a step
child to which little attention is paid. Under
such circumstances, how can anyone in the State
Department be taken seriously when he talks
ot acting through the United Nations on the
Soviet developments with regard to Jews?
The regrettable fact about the attitude of
the State Department toward the protests against
religious discrimination in the Soviet Union is
that this attitude plays very strongly into the
hands of Moscow. The Soviet bloc did not hesi-
tate to pressure the United Nations into separa-
ting religious discrimination from racial discrim-
ination, because such a move was clearly in the
interests of the Soviet Union. By discussing
racial discrimination independently of religious
discrimination, Moscow can pinprick the United
Stales on the Negro issue and can pose in the
United Nations as a defender of the black nations.
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DATED this 7th day -t October,
i: 11 LEATHERMAN
Clerk of tin- Clroull court
I lade Count) Rorlda
-.ah Bv: c P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
M)'l r-, IL llnan, Kaplan ,v Calsinan
in,-veil i- t- Building
0 W Kh-t Str.-t
.' :- Rorkla
in.11
II I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C I0<144
THE "\ 11 l.l.\M~CI I. I
SA \ INOS BANK,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
I" iMENICO NIC '..- sle
man.
Defehdant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Domenlco Klcatro, a alngle man
106 I'ow -r I- nd
Iawturket, Rhode island
Fou are hsevkiy nonlfled that the
above captloned action has i.....n in-
stituted against \",i In the Circuit
I'ourt of the Kleventh Judicial CHr-
. uit of Plorlda in and for Dade Coun-
ty to foreclose a mortgage upon the
follow-iiii; ilesrrllMil seal nroperly:
I>,t it, Hloi-k .1 CuKAI. PARK B8-
TATKS. SDCTION J a.......linn to
Ihe Plat thereof, recorded In Pint
Book OS at Pag* H of the Public
Records of Dade County, Plorlda.
You gre required to file your an-
BWer to plaintiff ,,ii l'laint wilh the
Clerk of th- afouesaid Court, and
serve a cop) Iheieof upon pldlntlfTa
attorney MARTIN PIKE, mh Roor,
i di Pedi i .il Building, Mim
Florida, not later than November K.
r a Decree Pro Conlesso will be
entered naja Inal i ou.
H VTED: ii.toh. r 10, IMS
i: i: LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the I I ii t
(seal) By! K M I I MAN
It, put) 'let k
MARTIN PINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
Mid Ploor Dade Pe I, Bldg,
.Miami 82, Plorid I
I8-2S, 11 1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITU *E IS HEREBY f!I\"EN thai
tin un Ii algm d, deslrina '.....- u- In
nder the flcl ii Ions name of
ESI'I Bid IK i IR Mil-: I"' I. ni inj N W.
IWrd Mr, i. Miami, Plorlda Intend to
regi> ter snld iih me wil h the 1. i k of
iin Circuit Courf of I'.ol- County,
Ida.
IRVINi: I'' illitis
mi Half Inlet -
i:sii:i; \\z\ TORRIS
( ni. -Half Inter, -t
A VRON \1. K tNNKH
I1." Seem 1) Ti usl I lids;.
si .urn 22, Rorlda
10/23 ll 1-8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57435 C
IN RE: Estate of
ALBERTUOLDNER
Deci aed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D SCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereb) given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition tot
Distribution and Plnal DIs. hsrue as
Ailininisiraiiix ,,f Ihe estate of HL-
I.I.UTHiil DNER, doceosed: ami that
op the Iflth day of Norembi r, IMS,
will apph' I-, th- Honosgbie County
ft li.ole County, rloeida, for
approval -t said l Inal Reporl ami for
distribution and final dlsshangi as
Administratrix -if the -stale of the
ibo e-ni......i decetlenl This nth day
..I AuglH t. 1(63
8ADELLP ciH.l i.NER
CAIDIN A ROTHENBURC
\ Iini n-\ -
Iii Blsca) n- Bull)
I \\ I- lugh r St., .Miami. Fla
10, 11-18-25, II, 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10779
THE PROVIDENT INSTITl'TION
POR SAVINGS IN JERSEY CITY,
a corporation dul) chartered under
tin law- ..r th, state of New Jersi \.
Plaintiff,
\ -
CHARLES i: JI'KTICE ami
NORM \ M JCS1 ICE, his wife,
1 lefendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES K JCSTICR and
NORMA M IISTICI-:, hi- wife
i Residence Cnknown)
YOU AND BACH ni- for are here-
by notified that .i Complaint .,. Eon -
..... certain mortgage on the fol-
lowing described pr......rty, to-wlt:
Lot 5, Block I, PAIRLAWN ES-
TATE8, ......or.liiiK to the Plat tin ro-
of, as recorded In Plat Book 'iS at
Page ii. of the Public Records of
Dade County, Rorlda,
,s I.....n dul) riled against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answ-r or Pleading to the Com-
plaint on Plaint If Ps attorney, MAL-
COLM ll. PRIEDMAN, 24S Security
Trust Building, Miami rj. Plorlda,
ami fil- the original Answer or Plead-
ing in ih. Office of the Clerk ,,f ihe
< ireiin Com t. i...... hefore the 12th
flay of November, l63. If you fail
'o ii,. bo, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the n li. f de-
manded in the Complaint.
Thi. notice shall be published once
each week 'or four 11) consei utlve
weeks in THE lf-:\\ISII Kl.i Htll i| w
lii'NK \M. ORDERED it M ami,
Florida, this 7th da) of October A.D.,
iii.-:
E II LEATHERMAN, Cli rl;
Clrrull Court, Dade County, Rorlda
'ah B) : K M LYMAN
I >puty Clerk
_______________ i" I1-1S-25, li l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57846-A
IN RE: Estate of
MARY M OBENLAND
Deci sae I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t. All Creditors and All Per-,, s Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Sa >i
Estati
You a heri by notified nnd re-
iiiir-il t" |. esenl nn> t laims and di
Miami- which you may have against
Un esti.....i MARY M OBENLAND
ih ceased lati of Ds le t 'ount\. Plor-
lda, to I Com Judges of Dade
County, a.nl file the mime in dupli-
cate nnd .i- i'i-- iii, .I in Sect Ion ; 13.1ft,
Ploi Ida Statuti a, in lheir nffl 'In
ih- Count) Courthouse in li.nl. Coun-
ty, Florida, within hIx calendar months
from the 11 me of the first pub
hi n ." the aame ill be bai i.-.i.
Dated at Miami, Plorlda, this nli
da) of i ictoher, A 11 ISftl
HAN Pi IRD M SWERDI IN, .-
it. -iii.ut Agi n for i '\ l: i. A.
OBENL VND. Vdministiator,
C T. A.
l-ir-t publication of this notice on
the nth day ol i ictobi r, IMS
10 ll -is--.":,, 11 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
IN RE: Estati of
No. 6~8?2B
JAMES I. ii U.I.ATZ
Deceaseil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to p -' nt .mi claims and de-
mands which you may have agnlnsl
'......state of I \Ml-:s ,|. ri n.i. \;y.
deceased late "i Dade Countv, Plor-
lda, to the County Judgea of Dade
County, and rile the same In dupli-
cate nd is provided in Section 73S l*
R.....'a siatut-s. in their officeg in
the Count) Courthouse in I>ade Coun-
tj Kim Ida, v. nli i. -i\ calendar months
from the time of the flrsi puhl
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Rorlda, this Pay oi i i,i.,i., r A 11 IS6.1
KATHRYN Mc-CLANAHAN
' Administratrix
Iir-t publication ..f this notl.......
Ha 11 th da) of i ictobi r
SH ICI.I ii IN LELCHPK
At torn, v for Adminlsti atrig
Ifl i Bisi -v .' Itldu
Miami. I I.....I,,
10/11-14 1|]
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O"
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 10636
PHILIP BRl il s.
Plaintiff,
vs. |
ANNE VVILSI in BRl US,
1 'efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANNE WILSON BROUS
;:is East Mnd street
Brooklyn, Now York
You, ANNI-: WILSON BROUS i
In n hy notlflod that a BUI ol l !oi
plaint for Divorce has been Hli '
against you, and you are required u
serve a copy of your Answer oi
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint i
the PlalntllCs attorney, MILTON i1
RICHMOND, One Lincoln Road Bull,
ini:. Miami Beach, Plorlda. and fl
Ihi o Iginal Answer or Pleading In i
nice --I tin- Clerk of Ihe Clroull Im
ii or i-.-i..... ih- 12th day of Novel
ber, 1983, if you fall to do bo, judg-
ment b) default will be taki n agali
you for tin- relief demanded in t
Bill -I Complaint.
Thia notice shall be published on
each \i,-ik for four consecutive wei
in THE JEWISH PLORID1AN.
Hum: AND ORDERED al Mian
Plorlda, this Ird day of October, A D,
i"i..;.
!:. It. LEATHERMAN
cl.-rk of tin- Circuit i '..iirt
Cole Count) FI..I i.ia
(seal) By: I. J. NELSON
Deputy ci.-rk
MILTON 11. RICHMOND
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach 39, Rorlda
Aui'i n.> for Plaintiff
in. 11-18-25, 11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57261-C
in RE: Estate of
MARIE GORDON
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO UAK
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTiO .
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereb) given that I ha
filed my Rnal Report ami Petition f
Distribution ami Hnal Discharge I
Executrix of the estate of MAIM :
(TORDoN, ii......used: and that on tl
Tin da) of November, 1963, will app
to the Honorable County Judges t
Dade County, Plorlda, for appru\al t
sniil I-'inal Kepi.it ami for dlstributi- .
and final discharge as Executrix
ih. Mate of tin- above-named di -
dent, Tills Kth iav of sept, IMS,
BBRNICE JOACHIM
ROBERT ll. ll: VCRIG
Attorney
113.1 dul'onl Building
Miami .::', Florida
10 : i -18-25, ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
Na. 54985-C
IN HE: Estate of
tlERTRCDR SMOLEN a 1; a
' IERTRl'1 IE SMI ILENSKY
Hec-as, .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTiO .
AND FINAL D.SCHARGE
Nl 'in "E .- hi -h> -i\. it thai I hai
filed my Plnal lt.;...ii ami Petition f-
Disi ibutlon and Rnal Discharge
'.....Inistratoi of the estate ..f QEI
'llll'lii: SMOLEN a k a UERTRU1)
S'AlOLENSKY, il-, .a.-,-.1: and that .
ih, i.'th da) of November, IMS, will
appl) to the Honorable County Judgi
ol Dade County, Plorlda, for approv
': -.n.i Plnal Reporl and for dlatrttn
tlon and final discharge as Admlnl
tlat.il- Of the estate of the al...\
named decedent. This 3rd da)
i Ictoher, I9SS.
- HAROLD MANN
HARl ILD MANN
ARONOVITZ, SILVER ,v SCHER
Attorm ) s
Bin Ainsle) Building
Miami 38, Pi," Ida
l" 11-18-25, ll I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEN that
Mie undersigned, Meslrlng to engage in
I'i'-iii-. under the n.-titi.,iis name ,,r
\Mi:i:ic IN ] ..mi: REMODELING ,i
WSJ Alton Road. Mian,, Beach. Ror-
ma. Intends to register said
with the ci-rk ,,f th.- Circuit
ol l>Mile Colltltv, floii.la
HAROLD CHESKY
ESKEN A EHHEN
Attorn, > for Applicant
ISM Seroold Bldg.
.Miami 32, R|oi Ida
1" 11-18-25, II 1
na me
i "in t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56856 C
IN RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN BBNZMAN
I'. I .a- ,1.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO":
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is h.-.-ehy given that I ha
filed my Rnal Reporl and Petition f
Distribution ami Hnal Discharge
: ix of the estati ol Bi n lam
i.-.i ted: ami thai on tl
lib da) of November, 1963, will app
to th.- Honorable Countv Judge*
Dade County, Rorlda, for nppro\
ol -,i|.I Rnal Ri |..-rt ami for ill-lt il.
n and final .u, hai ge as Exi i un
of ih, estate oi the above-named !
cedenl Tins 2nd day of i ictobi i 19
JENNY SP1RA BENZMAN
ELI vs SHUKN
Attorney for Executrix
-' w si Ragler Street
Miami 32, Plorlda
________________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Ifl rTEREBT GIVEN th i
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In -in.-- under th, tietltieua name .
HuNis KONG TAILORH at 112 I
i-iaeier si., is Lorraine Arr-ade, M
ami, l-"ia.. Intends to register sn
i ..mo M Ith the Clerk of the ClrCI
i'ourt ,.f Dade County, Rorlda
DON IVKRSON
10/18-25, 11/1-;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE K4 HEREBY UIVEN lhal
the undereigned, deslrina t.i engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE siNsiilNl-: COMMITTEE al .....I
Noi-ihw. si Mih St-e, t. Miami, l-'i.n--
lila Intend lo register the said name
with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court
of i mil- County, Plorki
Dated al Miami, Plorlda, II
day of October, 1963,
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eJewiislh. Floridiaxi
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 25. 1963
Section B
Culmination of Medical Fund
Project at Home's Meeting
Men
icie.-
lunc
pre 5
ecu.
utrs of the Patrons Committee for the Is-
Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award
r.eon iqn the Book of Honor which will be
; :ited to Mrs. Carl Weinkle at the lunch-
Seated from left are Mrs. Max Orovitz,
Mrs. A. J. Harris and Mrs. Sam Luby Sr. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Bresler, Mrs.
A. C. Fine and Mrs. Dan Ruskin. The Award
Luncheon will take place on Friday, Nov. 1,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Eshkol's Daughter to Cite Mrs. Weinkle
rama Eshkol Shochat.
.. a el's Prime Minis-
Eshko!, will come to Mi
Nov. 1. to tak<> part
I racl Klvanor Koosevelt
rian Award Luncheon at
m bleau Hotel, it was an
Ihis week by Mrs. Anna
: Meyers, chairman of the
Women > Division, and
I'.lank. luncheon chair*
Minister Eshkol's (laugh-
v Tsonalh present the Is-
I Roosevelt Humani
nd to Mrs. Carl Weinkle
tion of her service to
tl I rsl fifteen years of
service which reflects:
..nan warmth which ]
me a symbol of the spirit -
ti Eleanor Roosevelt."
inction w ith the Award
the Israel International
i r-ii- al. acclaimed as
e most Impressive collec
i outure, will be
I'hc ("II,thin includes
creations of outstanding interna-
tionally famous designer*.
Also participating in the lunch-
con will bo I la I March, stage,
screen and television personality,
who will introduce the commen-
tary for the Fashion Festival.
March will star in the Coconut
Grove Playhouse production of
The Golden Fleecing."
Although the daughter of Israel's
Prime Minister. Tama Eshkol Sho-
chat has achieved recognition in
her own right. Among her most
notable achievements was helping
to found the community of Arad.
Born in Israel 27 years ago. she
has been a firsthand witness to
the drama that preceded and fol-
lowed the establishment of the
young State. In the summer of
1!>62. she went to the pioneer com
munity of Arad as part of an ad-
vance planning group, preceding
by several months the 'Mayflow
cr" party of Arad's fust 30 fami-
lies.
A graduate social worker. Mrs.
Shochat. as the Arad Authority's
community organizer, is respon-
sible for the integration of new
nettlers, She serves on the corn-
Continued on Page 4-B
Greater -Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold its next monthly meet-
ing, Tuesday noon at the Algiers
Hotel.
The meeting will be the culmi-
nation of the Sidney Appel Med-
ical Fund project, proceeds from
which help pay for medication and
eye doctor service to residents at
the home. Mrs Charlotte Katz is
chairman of the Medical Fund
project.
Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Auxil-
iary president, will give the ad-
dress of welcome.
Honorary president and build-
ing Fund chairman, Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman. will discuss the Auxil-
iary's participation in the new
Building Fund drive and the gala
cocktail party and luncheon to
lake place Thursday. Oct. 31.



MRS. CHARLOTTt KA7Z
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by ISABEL GROVE
SILK 'N CHIFFON
JUMPER ELEGANTE
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lacques Cohen, of Sunset
1 enjoying every minute
i xtended stay in Israel.
' th :t "our own good old
L'S.A ,- til| the greatest'" .
i of her stay was at
t'n.' opening subscription
"I the Israel Plulhar-
- the guest of Mrs. Pin-
tle of Prime Minis-
! inance Soloist with
h' orchestra under the baton of
Donati was Gina Bachauer
pects to be joined soon
sister and husband. Mr
I Mrs, A. Schlesinger, of New
' ity Frequent visitors
:. they're on the last leg
d the world jaunt .
">nge party hosted by
d Mrs. Wolfie Cohen at
'* Rascal House for the Dave
and Earl Portnoys who
l< on a European vacation
m,. week,

nth wedding annivcr-
* Mr. and Mrs. Leo Radoff
' 'ted last weekend with a
1 Parly at Chandler's .
Ml
siety shared with guests
Mrs. Fred Atlas and Mr.
IM Hurton Jay Radoff.
His 75th birthday on Saturday
,r W. Herman M. Cohen, rab-
'.' emeritus of Aaron Congrega-
'' ns home in Miami Beach
"u retiring in 13.>3 Three
oldest grandchildren of Rabbi
and Mrs. Cohen. Susan Beth and
Karen Deborah Cohen and Nancy
Gail Miller jetting in from Call
fornia to help celebrate the an-
niversary ... In honor of the
occasion. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz has asked the venerable rab
hi to deliver the sermon from
Temple Menorah pulpit ... A
graduate of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America. Rab
bi Cohen has been a frequent
pulpit guest at Temples F.manu-
El, Menorah. Ner Tamid, Beth
David and Dade Heights during
his many years here.
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Convalescing at home after
several weeks in the hospital.
Sam Traurig is catching up on
a year's backlog of reading .
Recovering from surgery, he is
under strict orders from the doc-
tor not to leave the house until
some time in November.
>
Twenty-live trees planted re-
cently in Israel are the direct
outcome of a chance meeting in
Los Angeles Mr. and Mr-
Sam Dancls, introduced to Mer-
rill Lowell, outstanding Holly-
wood fur designer, quickly covered that the Israeli Negcv
pin on Mrs. D's suit established
a common bond and interest .
On subsequent evenings togeth-
er, Lowell demonstrated his
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Our Mr. Emile takes the
season's fashion favorite, the
jumper, and presents it with
a sheer chiffon blouse for
tropical drama and party
evenings. Linen-weave pure
silk jumper in parchment
beige or sunset pink.
Fully lined. Misses' sizes.
Enjoy it instantly on your
easy Burdine's credit pay later.
MISSES BETTER DRESSES.
MIAMI (THIRD FtOOR
:'.SO OADflAND, MIAMI BEACH.
163rd STREET. FT lAUDERDA'.E
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+.teistnnirMlairi
Cedars Women
Enroll Members
Twenty-six new members were
enrolled in Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital Auxiliary at the organiza-
tion's kick-off luncheon last week
at King's Bay Yacht and Coun-
try Club.
Presidenl Mrs. Ted Lotterman
introduced Sanford K. Bronstein,
hospital administrator, who cited
the in-service program of the
women's unit, particularly those
working in the Lobby Shop.
Three veteran volunteers who
had worked over 500 hours each
at the gift shop received the "500-
Hour Pin." a special award initiat-
ed last year. Recipients were
ftirs. Morris Blau. Mrs. Gertrude
Dunner, and Mrs. Frank Perl-
man.
Bronstein singled out for recog-
nition 15 volunteers who have giv-
en 3.100 hours of volunteer ser-'
vice in all the Auxiliary programs
combined.
New members who signed up
are Mesdames Stanley Brandeis.
Loretta Bernstein, Bernard Cron-;
in, Invin Cutler, Jack Furman..
Virginia Gary. Pedro Greer. Faye
Gunshaw, Leo Katz, Alexander
Kernish. Irene Knight. Louis Lev-
in and Dorothy Levine.
Also Mesdames Howard Levy. I
Perry London, Sylvan Lipkin, Al-
bert Levick. Murray Mandell, Bea
Marinello, Sandra Morrell, Frieda
Kobson, Robert Schweitzer, Stan-
ley Watts, David Wernicoff, San-
ford Zabler and Milton Zucker-,
man.
Friday, October
25.
Federation Ladies Map Program
Rehearsing before the presentation of the skit entitled "Sail on
Sisterhood," written by Mrs. J. Bernard Spector, vice president
of Sisterhood, are Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Mrs. Jose Ventura,
Mrs. J. Bernard Spector and Mrs. Solomon Goldman. Irving
Laibson, pianist, is the accompanist. Other members of the
cast not shown are Mrs. Leo Levin, Mrs. Stanley Arkin, Mrs.
Bennett Lee. The skit was featured at the opening member-
ship tea of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom last week in
the Sisterhood Lounge. Mrs. Leo Levin is Sisterhood president,
and Mrs. Seymour Silverman vice president in charge of
membership, was chairman of the day.
Gershwin Ladies Slate Luncheon
Annual paid-up membership tirnational Charm Assn., will
luncheon of George Gershwin speak on 'Charm Becomes < Worn-
Lodge, Ladies' Auxiliary, is call- an at Any Age."' and musical se-
ed for Saturday. 12:30 p.m.. at the lections will be presented.
Bel Aire Hotel. mis. Harry Eilcn is chairman of
Ted Cohen, president of the In- the day.
Mr- Anna Brenner Meyers.
president of the r'riU-nition of Jew-
ifh Women. h3 host to an execu-
iivc committee meeting of the
group at her home on Tuesday.
(HI. 17.
Mrs, Benedict Silverman. chair
man 0 HM Ymit-g Malrons. was
i pn.....d a rapweeatetrrc to the
Wetter Ptannmg Commit:*,', and
n was mnoiinced that the tirst
general meeting will bo an educa-
tional conference the first ok
in January. Mrs. Charles P. Fein
berg, 'i.'e president of education.
will chair the event.
Urs. Stilton Sirkin. parliamen-
tarian, will chair the By-Laws
Committee, aaabited by Mrs. Ger-
ald P Soltz. Mr~ Irving Lehrman
and Mrs. jean C. Lehman, and
Mrs Sidney Lewis will serve as
chairman <>i the Nominating Com-
mittee.
An intorfaith meeting sponsored
by the Federation of Jewish Wom-
en is being planne.i for Feb. 6.
co chaired by Mrs. Milton Sirkm
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
Indoctrination of presidents in
-mall group> will be held by the
chairman, Mrs. Jean C Lehman.
The presidents in turn will edu-
cate the organization momlicrsh.p
to the responsibilities of the Jew-
ish community. Executive com-
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i of the enqaaement of Miss Janice
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
i Miss Jill Charming, daughter of
Jules Channing, a luncheon was
Kings Bay Country Club on Oct.
Richard Stone, Mrs. Jordan Bittel and
Mrs. Alfred Stcne were hostesces. Left to
riant are Mrs. Maurice Rev:tz. Mrs. Robert
Gafiin. Miss Jill Channing, Mrs. Richard Stone,
Mrs. Jordan Bittel, Miss Janice Revitz, Mrs.
Alfred Stcne, and Mrs. Jules Channinq.
[omen's American ORT Confab Reelects
Irs Max Rosenberg National President
By Special Report
i -. M, Kosenbere. of short
reeleeted national
\ Women's Ami rieen
i for Rehabilitation
Training at the closing
L- the organization's 17th
> mal convention, meet-
few York Hilton Hotel.
nberg has been active
i mi member group which
I 'hi global vocational
i rogram of the World
'i for more than 15
..- Dcentrjf chosen a
- denl oi the Central Board
ORT. she led Woman's
i iRI delegations to Mor-
sia, Italy. Israel. Iran,
ind Switzerland in 1058
Shi was elected nation
n LM2
More than 1.000 d< legates at the
moating heard Charles Jordan, di-
rector of the Join) Distribution
Committee, review a quarter of a
century's work with refugees, dur-
ing which period the JDC rescued
hundreds ot thousands ol Jewish
refugees and rehabilitated them
with the help of OKI". Jordan told
the assembly that "as partners in
the effort they must be aware of
the fact that the refugee problem
i essentially a never-ending one."
He said that the experience of
the p.isi 25 years deanit rated
that no sooner than one refugee
problem was resolved another
came into being. Jordan cited the
examples of Suez. Hungary. Bi-
BBTte BBd Algeria. He slatod that
the crises came in WBVOS, with
"periods of interim calm. But,"
ariety Women's Member Tea
rj Ashman is chainng
Children Hospital Worn
nuttee momheaship tea
I Wednesday,
\il Bffms :it Miami
\ from 2 to 4 p.m.,
launohtng the groups
6- ties, is expected to at-
let membfi A board
i : \, riety Children's llo-
is a key chairman in
owicthejlmefor
the current S2.000.tX)00 building
i a in pa i tin designed to enlarge ex--
iStttg facilities at the hospital.
President of the Women's Com-
naittaa, Mra. Qeatge Lewis, ha*'
named Miss BtOMtiM Barber
chairman ol the Lite Membership,
unit. Mm. A. N. Kaplan is headi
Of Membership Recruitment, and I
Mrs Edward Bxoi y. wee peeav
dent, chairman ol the Lite Trus-
teaa Committee.
Program chairman Mrs. Mack Rose, who has author-
ed a skii describing Lhe women's
i mmittee varied \ ill ntet r ser-
\ ices
In addition lo spoi ri ig the
ual dinner dance with pro-
ceeds earmarked tor the li ispital,
members of the Woi ommit-
tee serve as seamstresses, play
therapists and attendants to the
tm\ patients here.
he asserted, "they have taught us
the necessity of maintaining a
strong network of Jewish organiza-
tions to cope with arising emer-
gencies. However, refugee prob-
lems cannot be handled on an
emergency basis, since refugee
needs continue long after head-
lines about them have faded.'
The session passed a resolution
on Women's American OR Is in-
creased support of World ORT
Union "whose 20-nation vocational
network provides a unique pro-
gram of vocational and academic
education in the Jewish tradition
that enables students to take their
places in modern industrial society
and in the Jewish community" and
pledged to expand vocational fa-
cilities in Toulouse. Monlri-ii'l.
Lyons and Marseille. France: in
Tel Aviv. Israel: and in Uruguay.
The four-day convention heard
addresses by Sen. Haul 11. Doug-
las; Mayor Robert F, Wagner, of
New York: Dr. William Haber,
president of the American ORT
Federation; and Max A. Braude,
director-general ot the World ORT
Union. Other participants included
David Alberslein. ohiet of opera
nous hi World ORT: Pavel Schra-
.er. director of ORT-Krance: and
I'klgene Schacli. director ot ORT-
Ttunsia.
Rabhi Schifl on Television
Uobbi Solomon Schifl. president
of the Kabbinica; Assn. ol Greater
Miami, and spiritual leader of
Congregation i.eth El, will be
guest Sunday. 10 to 10:30 a.m..
over ri, ?, wckttv. on the "Still
Small Voice." His topic will be
"Peace is a Personal Program."
00 Hear Report On Hebrew Univ.
Membership c h a i r me n I
rry PlatoTf presided ovoi a
'herii'-' o more th-n 100 mm-
s ol the Greater Bfja^i Worn
s" Divi*io i, American Friends o"!
ll"iirr fj livers'ty. in ih<
tic ol Mrs. Leonard Rrv-en .is'
ek in eel fernttM el the first
thday of til* organr/a';on.
Participation in th*- thr ioa's o' the Fr'esds >--re
inian of the Book Chairman Miss
T'n Croortinafi. Scholar-n>p
airman Mrs. Irving K. Mitl'-r
it Soecial Project.-! Chairman
s. Truriv HanmsaeMag Adfcr.
Speaker of lh dav ns Mrs
awe I Simonhu'f. president of
' Greater Miami Women's Divis-
i, who d"cr:Vd hoth Hie He
m University with it- lour cam-
es and other asoeets of Israel
fe today, wh'oh she observed dur-
ing a leeuai vi-1.
Announcing present accomplish-
ments and sin oi (he Hebrew
i'niversitv. M>s. Kdyth Geiger,
\rrutive s'-ci'i-i irj ol il"' Friends,
mentioned the important work be-
ing done a' Oi\ at Ram in the pres-
crvation of V*MMl literature. e\-
eavat on of important historic doc-
im^fits. etfRSst*es and vital med-
ical research, awl in numerous
fifkls of study important in the
world tortay.
Mrs Jack S Pooick and Mrs.
Rhea C. Gladwin ilescrihed some
of the students irom Afro-Asia cur-
rently studying at Hebrew Cniver-
ity and the part which the uni-
versity Is play.ie; in educating and
aeeiating leaders ot the newly
emerging Afro Asian nations.
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lhe sick and needy.
Max Getahafl has arranged thet
entertainment fbr the evening.,
"That Wonderful Year" will bei
presented by the Grimm Dramatic
School, with cast Of 35 persons.
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Friday, October 25 loc,
Socialite ... *y Continued from Pfle IB
method ir. designing and working
with minks* which -w^rannit-"
ted t<> Israeli furriers, whose
main specialty in fars has been
limited to broadtail Consul
of Los Angeles. Amiel Brown,
who formerly held an Israel Gov-
ernment agency post in Miami
Beach, translated all the mat-
erial passing between Lowell.
E Kling. director of Israel Ex-
port Institute, and S Goor
Arie. director of Textile and
Leather Division Culmina-
tion of the correspondence was
a show in uhich 12 furriers par
ticipated. and 40 furs were ex-
hibited to the press ... In grati-
tude for his help in making the
show an outstanding success, the
Furriers Institute planted 25
in the name of Merrill
Scienc i iei led is the way
Mrs !' n :. Zinner describes her
Her husband has a
little lab set up in t^ir home
son Michael 16. won ., iirst '
at the State Science \-,r Z
ndtf.rrtroghter Kfiren r' 'Q
been selected to go /c
Canaveral to present a *
. Title: "Experimental Ev,
dene- of Spaces Between Atom,
and Molecules" She II be th.
youngest of seven entrants from
Dade County compelin in t|,.
Youth Science Con-ire-.. sp0n.
sored by the Science Teachers
of America Mrs zmner de-
votes her own considerable tal-
ents to Cedars of Lebanon Hos
pitals Auxiliary.
Four girls named Pallet at
tended the big Suburban Lea;Jc
fashion show and luncheon "a-
King's Bay Countr\ t"iub doing
their bit for the Var::y Chil
tfren's Hospital ber.n;t Un
Norton (Gloria! Pall-t ||n
Ronald (Gloria Pall Ua
Richard (Roslyni Pallot, anc
Mr Howard (Bar!
Katzen.
Sn unusucl fashion in fashion shows will be
r.troduced at the Israel-International Fashion
~es::val, one of the highlights of the Eleanor
^..-rsevelt-Israel Humanitarian Award Lunch-
ror. on Friday Nov. 1 at the Fontainebleau
-iotei. Rather than a name" commentator.
he commentar.es for the collection of out-
-;.a:ng haute coutures will be daughters or
.c;::-.:ers-in-law of patrons ot the luncheon.
\rr.or.g commentaors will be .from left Mis.
rving Cowan, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Fried-
ar.d; Mrs. Roben Mcgoon. daughter of Mrs.
Den B. Ruskin; Mrs. Melvin G:eene. daughter
of Mrs. A. J. Harris: and Mrs. L'.oyd Rusk:::
daughter-in-law of Mrs. Den B. Ruskir.. (?
commentators, not shown, will be Mrs. Ronald
Albert daughter-in-law ol Mrs lames M
bert: Mrs. Need Arr.du: daughter o: Mrs. Isa-
dore Hech: Mrs. Jerry Blank, dau law
c: Mis. Scan Blank; Mrs. Marshall Harris
daughter end Mrs. Ror.ai^ Lipton
in-law ci Mrs. Jose;:h M. Lipton; Mrs Sam
Luby Jr., daughter-in-law of Mrs Sam
S:. Mrs. Donald M. Ga:r.-? a,: law
of Mrs. Mac Gache: end Mrs. Jch:\ Shapiro
daughter of Mrs. Sydney Gasn.
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Continued from Page 1-B
lttee which interviews and
looses prospective volunteer set-
m
Plans for the Israel-Eleanor
MeeveM Humanitarian Award
ancneon were being completed
is week by Mrs Blank and her
. lauaittee of Patrons Members
: the Patrons Committee include
- Elise A Adams. James
'.'.. Albert. Sidney D Ansin. Jos-
h L Arkin. Jacob M Ar\oy i;
ten Louia Bresler, Jack earner.
-' C Fine. Ben } -. -
:\ FriedUnd. Mac Gache. Charles
Hall. A I rris :-
Hecht. Benjamin N. Kane. Jack
Katzman.
Mesdames Inez M. Krensky.
Chester \V. Krone. Leon Kronish.
Irving Lehrman. Joseph M. Lip-
ton. tessie Litt. Sam L. Luby Sr..
Alex Manson. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer. Benjamin Mevers. A. J.
Molasky
Mesdames Emil Morton. Stanley
C Myers. Max Orovitz. Sam Poi-
lock. Jack S. Popick. Jacob Rifkin.
Maurice Revitz. Leonard Rosen.
- B Host, Dan B. Ruskin. Sam-
uel T. Sapiro. Jacob Sher.
Mes.iarr.ts Seymour SUvennan.
Harry Sunooboff. Sam Simonhotf.
S Waldman. Max Weitx, Leon-
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Audience Will Decide Ending Of Rand Play
At rehearsal of "The Night of Jan. 16," by Ayn Rand, to be
presented by Temple Beth Sholom Thespians on the evenings
oi Nov. 9 and 16 at the Temple Auditorium are (left to right)
Marvin S. Pehr, Jill Arkin, Natalie Halpert and Harvey E. Kra-
mer.
Young Matrons Assess Success
On Tuesday, Oct. 15. Mrs. Bone-'en's Division in the coming cam-
diet Silverman, chairman of the paign."*
Young Matrons Division of the;--------- ------------------------
combined Jewish Appeal, gave a
luncheon at her Bay Heights
home for area chairmen who had]
revitalized the program with cof-'
fees, teas, and luncheons in all
parts of Dade County.
At the meeting, an evaluation
-as made of the first year's pro-
gram of the organization, which
na the dual purpose of educating
younger women of the commun-
ity in the work of Federation and
Combined Jewish Appeal, and at i
the same time contributing tund-i
siting Mipport to the annual cam-;
paign.
"Next year's program in con-
unction v\ith the Women's Di-'
ision of Combined Jewish Appeal i
.mII not only be an expanded
me." Mrs. silverman said, "but
a, also look forward to many of
ur young inatrons' taking an ac-
tive part in the leadership and
in programs of the overall Wirni-
Something new in theatricals
will be the feature of the evenings!
of Nov. 9 and 16 at the Temple'
Beth Sholom Auditorium when the'
Temple Thespians present "The
Night of Jan. 16," by Ayn Rand.
There have been plays before I
with vague endings, but this is'
the first one in which the audience
takes an integral part in its de-
velopment and conclusion.
With Jill Arkin. who takes the:
leading role, on trial for her life,
the jury selected from the au-j
dience is given the problem ofj
deciding her guilt or innocence.
As they enter the auditorium,
patrons will leave their names at!
the door as candidates for jury
duty. Between the acts, the "jur-i
crs" will be led off the stage to
a small deliberation room. Each!
act represents one day of the trial.
Just before the ending of the third
act, the jury will retire for the
last time to render a verdict.
Although legally a unanimous
decision is required for a verdict,
for the sake of dramatic brevity,
a majority vote will be taken as
decisive for this trial.
Members of the cast in addition
tc Jill Arkin, are Shirley Fried-
man, Dave Shclist, J. Bernard j
Spector, HaYvey ""Kramer, Marvin
S. Pehr, Curt Schmeltzer, Char-
lotte Vogal, Sam Slavin, Ted
Dortch, Bunny Jaffe. Esther Com-
manday, Jack Shapiro, Ethel
Wolk, Sam Rudt, Stanton Halpert,
Natalie Halpert and Dorothy
Frankfeld. Director is Leon I i
ger, and chairman of the Th.
pians is James Kropke.
Tickets are available at t i
Temple office, and proceeds go I
the Sisterhood's Religious Sch
Subsidy and Equipmeent Fun
Mrs. Leo Levin is Sisterhood pi
ident.
Women's Council
Slates Speaker
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
Miami will hold a regular business
meeting Monday evening at the
University Bowl, 7101 SW 59th
PI.
Guest speaker will be Sigfried
Dayan, executive director of the
Retarded Children's Society of
Dade County, in charge of the
Robert T. Knight Training Cen-
ter. 225 SW 2nd Ave.
He will speak about the accom-
plishments and work being done
for the retarded in this area.
Chairman is Mrs. David Weis-
berg. Mrs. David J. Sachs is
president of B'nai B'rith Women's
Council of Miami.
Games Party Wednesday
Games and card party spon-
ed jointly by North Shore Ladi
Auxiliary and North Shore Pi
677. Jewish War Veterans, is slat
for Wednesday evening at the Ml
tcIl-Plaza Hotel. Leaders of t
respective grops are Mrs. Sol Spi
berg, president, and Ben Hal)
man, post commander.
I
Adult Education Classes
Rabbi Solomon Schiff has re-
sumed the weekly schedule of t'i3
adult education program at C
gregation Beth El. Classes me
every Thursday at 8 p.m.. a-'.l
subjects include Bible, Jew. i
culture, literature, customs t
traditions.
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Friday, October 25,
1963
Members ol the Moilia Kahaner Sisterhood of
Beth Toiah Congregation presented a unique
proqram, The Jewish Home Beautiful de-
picting tha holidays, festivals, and Sabbetha
of the Jewish calendar year. Left to rght oie
Mesdames Jack Frank. Leo Kershner Chan-
nn Band, Bichard Sneider, Herbert Tietzer,
Stanley Stein Jarrv Rieger. Joel Gottehrer, Irv-
ing Seidel, David Cohen, Adrian Kaufman,
Rubin Patent. Samuel Leb. Front row :s Rob-
ert Leb.
Biscayne Chapter
Masquerade Ball
Biscayin chapter of American
Madical Cantor .. Denver will hold
ite annual Mnllinnw Masquerade
Ball on SaauBSB) .a*.inn'- a' the
Bancroit Hotel
EnleiUiiii-.K".! will feature Na-
poleon K*".- 3ioiflav aad the Rok> l>mks.
who will pru\ K.e BBBjfc lor daa
cfeg-
Jud*> tor best and most ori-
:nai MMMMMI w II be Paul Bruun
newspaper publisher Mrs Pa?
PfMl tasinon coordinator and
\incer.t DotiRla*. hair stylist.
All monif raised w..i oe sent lo
the km*ricaa Medical Center at
Denver
In charge of reservations 1* Mrs
David Dial i
IWV Joint Social Held
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liary. Jewish War Veterans 7
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inert ol the Ajv.haiy ,s ^rs v*
man -Levaae. Cnmaimi-r of fc
poet is Jncfaaei Seheehn-r.
Orthodox Scientists Meet
A aeeaad orsamzitixr.al meein, I
of the Miami Chapter of the 0r%
dox Je.uh OeiMfats of Amtna\
was held at the Hebrew Acaden,
or Tuesday ni-ht. :,-ordii!<.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stem, coordij
tor. Meeting began with a brief
lecture on the Book of isaiakM
snd literature from nn'-onal htjJ
quarters was distributed '
Technion Plans N.Y. Conference This Weekend
Plans move ahead for a membership brunch of Technion
Women's Division on Nov. 8 headed by Preside.-.: Mrs. Philip
F. Thau. The social will officially open the 1964 season of
the American Technion Society's women's unit. Shown pre-
paring invitation lists are .left to right' Mrs. Jay Dermer, hos-
tess of the Nov. 8 affair Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, member-
ship vice president, and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. life trus-
tee vice president.
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Members of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah are shown at a session ot a Leadership
Training Class qiven by Mrs. Henry B. Wer-
nick, program vice president. Seated (left to
right) ere Mrs. Irwin Scpiro, president of Sha-
loma Group; Mrs. Max Smith, Esther Group;
Mrs. Joseph Halfon, Hannah Senesch Group;
Mrs. Wernick; Mrs. Ethel B. Herman, Herzl
m

To help Hadassah celebrate Membership Month, Burdine's
Department Store. Miami Beach, recently featured this win-
Idow display of a scale model of Hadassah Hebrew Univer-
sity Medical Center. Above the model is a picture of Henri-
letta Szold, founder of Hadassah. Miami Beach Chapter has
Ian enrollment of 4.500 members on Miami Beach, and is striv-
ing tor 5,000 by May, 1964.
Group, Mrs. Max Affachiner. I. R. Goodman
Group; and Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg, pres-
ident, Morion Towers Group. Standing (left
to right) are Mrs. Jack Miller, Emma Lazarus
Group; Mrs. Max Goldberg, Hannah Senesch
Group; and Mrs. Phyllis Reuben, Morton Tow-
ers Group.
Beach Women
Off to Convention
A 19-mcmber delegation will
epresenl the Miami Beach Chap-
it ol Hadassah, the Women's
Zionist Organization of America.
'I the 49th national convention of
Hadassah at the Sheraton Park
Hotel in Washington. D. C. this
weekend.
Mrs. Nathan Barth, Miami
Beach Chapter president, will
head the local delegation, which
i- scheduled to leave for Washing-
ton on Friday. Included in the
('(legation are Mesdames Paul
Plotkm. Sherman Fast, Ben Zieg-
tnund. Ethel Herman. Harry P.
Cohen, Norman Meyers, Morris
Alpert. Henry Wernick. Eva Blum,
Isadore Lorber. Jack Davis.
Evelyn Brown. Earl Coplon, Philip
Thau. Irwin Makovsky. Morris
Goldring.'Ceil Smirnow, and Miss
' Lillian Goodman.
Sam Heiman Will
Speak at Lunch
Sam J. Heiman, director and
"hairman of the Building Commit-
ee of the new International Bink
)f Miami, will be the keynote
speaker at the annual luncheon of
Mt Scopus Croup of Miami Hadas-
sah.
The event will be held Monday.
Nov. 4. at the Top O' the Colum
DIM Hotel, wi h Mrs. Louis Alex-
ander, president, and Mrs. Mor-
ris Laure'z. chairman of Youth
Aliyah, assisted by Mrs. Jack Pal-
lot and Mrs. Minna Levin.
Theme of the a'ternoon will
Stress Hadassah's role in rescuing
over 100.000 children from certain
destruction and transporting them
to Israel, where they arc taught
and trained to become useful citi-
zens in a free lard. Proceeds of
the luncheon will be allocated for
this purpose.
Miss Ann Scott wil present a
program of international songs, ac-
companying herself on the guitar.
Mrs. Joseph Rambam, president
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Delegates Leave
Mrs. Irwin I. Liss. present of
the PlorWa Reeion of Hadassah, i
heads a delegation of Miami worn-'
en who will attend the 49>h na-
tional Hadassah convention this
weekend at the Sheraton Park
Hotel in Washington, DC.
Accompanying Mrs. Liss will be
Mrs. Edward Cohen, president, |
Miami Chapter; Mrs. Henry Paul,
chapter recording secretary; Mrs.
Sidney Langer. president, Torah
Croup; and Mrs. Eugene Silver
stone, president, Tikvah Group.
Highlights of the convention '
will be brought to local members
of Hadassah at an open chapter
meeting on Monday evening, Nov.
18.
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Cotillion classes for 6th, 7th and
8th grade students are being
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uled to begin on Saturday. Nov. 2,
from 7 to 8:30 p.m.. conducted by
Charles Gantz. dance instructor.
Parents Without Partners
Parents Without Partners of
Miami Beach is sponsoring a
Uiieh treat dinner on Saturday.
7:30 p.m., at the House of Hoo
Restaurant. 1820 79th St. Cause-
way. Reservations chairman is
Mrs Kay FHnt.
labbi Stern on Television
Rabbi Tibor II. Stern, of Congre-
gation Beth Jacob, will speak on
Einstein and Freud" on Friday,
7 a.m.. for the 'Give Us This Day"
program o\er WLBW Ch. 10.
of Beth Kodesh Congregation Sis-
terhood, will pronounce the invo-
cation, and Mrs. J. Martin fish*
man will deliver the benediction.
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Friday, October 25
V.OMAN OF THE WEEK
Florence Pick was a busy little girl Born in New York, she trav
i around with her parents who were in the hotel business. The only
ng that remained always the same was the pUno *J* *j
n She started studying music when she was live, and continued
, th private tutors all during her travels. She raMbenjthatshe
-. nt to (our different hi^h schools in three years. Florence concerned
en she was in her teens, and gave her last solo when she was twenty
o in Savanah, Ga.
In a life disrupted bv travel, she felt mechanized business coming
the (ore It was hard to come down to reality, but she did. ami
k up a business career after her divorce from Peruvian Naval Com-
inder Rafel Torrico. They had one son who is married. Florence
,res her grandchild, and is eagerly awaiting the arrival of another
,&*
FtOMNCE
one. Florence's business career was interest
log and varied. She came to Miami in 1945.
dM secretarial work, painted blouses and fab-
lie. and was active in the Ring Theatre, where
>, appeared in many plays.
She met her late husband. Albert Pick,
at Mana Zucca's, and they were married in
1949 Always active in philanthropic work.
Florence became even more charity-minded.
Miu-e her husband was a philanthropist
belongs to man) organizations, among them
Symphony Club, of which shi first
president, on" the board of the Music Cl
America. i president of Fight for Sight
the Council for Inn
II is i rare occasion when Floret isn't
. sic event in Greater M
stoi tx r ::. si the inti-
nail sketches of the interes
people hoin she meets make her a mm
ner p.'.-.nor She practices her p..mo i
- u .. bit of accompanj
Sim ces to travel, Florence has been to Europe man) I mes
..... i of bei ... onto places Since shi ter-
ned foreigt hire the) always ::-.sist that she
. : in touch irith thorn ..hen she arrives in their country. Florence
- lets I see mar;, spots and peopie less traveled and observed by
Bus) with her music, her philanthropic works.
... and travels Florence still found time to crowd one
> ,- ito her life She now has a new child. Miss Pick, a
F-mont ahua, weighing less than two pounds With a
ignish l in her eye Fiorenc* says Miss Pick is very smart.
: i Love me. love m> dog
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SEVENTH HEAVEN
Etb.< \. -V: s dream came tnie Her children. File-, and Robert
_,r bc in Geneva Switzerland, where Robert >.s executive
c pret eat of the Funds of Investors Overseas Service came to
Ul attend a convention. The first night, they went wild
c- hot sandwiches sour cream and vegetables, knockwurst
d creamed herring At the cocktail party that Esther and Sidney
S hwartz gave in their honor were many old friends and family ot
I the guests were Mr and Mrs Sy Trieb, Mrs Florence
idman. Mr and Mrs Justin SeifeJ Mrs Miriam Schwart; and her
- ". Barry. Shepard Broad Morris iRuth :> i lit
Mr .i ..-. Mrs Samuel frothy and Hy Feld lEttae s sister
New York and with them Mrs. Chester Siege) also from Sen
k Ethel s niece and Mr and Mrs Sidney Cor
fOT A SHOOT-NG SAFARI
At <: Meyers I er hesband. Ben. are home from their
-.-: trip to Africa It is one that won't be forgotten, accord.r_ :
hwadreds of colored pictures they look. As a girl. Anna once shot
ird S I the way the gun backfired, and now dreadful
e poor '' dead bird lookea. So their safari was not a shooting
e joat a kiag s- .i-. trials. The pictures of the natives they took
the fame bos ride froea Durbin around the Cape are simply
rv elous

B D YOU KNOW? .
Si C hester Krone i> tanUed to have her son. Chester Jr .
I me for a visit even if it's for such a short time. He's the one from
I York wke ;s editor of several magazines, including Escape .
Sylvia and Irving B. Kaplan left for San Francisco to see the
- and ncr grandchild Naturally, it's a girl for Beth and Dr Stewart
akL aaaxv. Erica Lynne Tfee Kaplans have three garls themselves
Del ;Vrs Raymond Rnbir. got a letter from son Harian Lane, who
B a professor at 1'mvenaRy of Micais-aa. He was just presented the
T * *
'J THIS THI NECESSARY'
The laadkwd had to coaae to the Jewish Family aid Children's
J- .-vice tneeung Reason, the arr-condiuorung went pfoff So he
d them to gather the minutes, notes, coffee and danish and move
stairs tc an office whore the air-coschuocur.g worked. They crowded
:o the elevator. Mrs Eugeae Katz. Mrs. Leo Miad'an Mrs Ra>
r lhtn. Harold Tanaen and Jo.' Gassec They pressed the button. At
.. last Mm elevator dooa ocraed aae they were looking into the
ea of Fred Sher Dr Melv.r Becker and Mrs B B Goldstein, all
-g for the elevator to Nttn Again, they s-jpposedly went up.
I d again they found they were still on the first floor Everyone
upstairs, rncharhng Mrs. Charles Goldstein. James Mack.
HaroM Rand aad Mr. Leon Fisher, aad Alvia Cancel ho earned
coffee
Candlelight Vows
For Linksmans
A double ring cardlelight cere-
monv on Sunday. Oct. 20. united
V.vi-na Mirow and Mark S. Links-
man, now honeymooning in Puer-
to Rico.
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated
at the early evening nuptials
which were followed by a formal
dinner in the home of the bride s
parent* Dr and Mrs. Richard R
Mirow. 13195 No Biscayne Bay
Dr.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the bride selected a ballerina
length gown of traditional satin
for the gold, yellow and white
wedding. Fashioned in the em-
pire line, the frock featured a fit-
ted bodice reembro:dered with
pearls and crystal drops, an Aline
skirt with drape back, square
neckline and putted sleeves.
The tvvoiierred bouffant French
Illusion veil fell from a crown of
I pearls and crystal drops, and she
carried white orchids, lily-of-the-
valley and step:.-.: on a Bible.
Attending the couple were Mady
Mirow. sister of the bride, and
Mike London, best man
The new Mrs. Lir.ksman is .
.;.-,:, ol Miami Beach High
and "-' <: '-he University of
Miami
The bridi is the son of
Mr and Mrs Charlt si ksmai
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Pi vati Scl
1963
Goldenbergs On
Honeymoon Here
The former Sylvia Classman ,
Miami Beach, became the brid of
Norman Goldenbert recent)* i
tenth
morning een>
a noon re.
MRS. J8K UHKSMAH
I the University of Miami
connected with
Ri staurant in Orlando,
'.here the young couple will make

Spira, Stone Exchange Vows
New York City. The
mony was followed b
ecption in the Manhattan Chan*
ier's Restaurant.
Later in the afternoon, the
niwlyweds boarded a Miami hriind
jot liner, arriving in time for ,
second reception in the Upat irs
Room of the Miami Beach ChaS
l. i 'a.
Now honeymooning in Miaaj
Beach, the couple plan to return in
1)< comber as permanei I
Traitels Reveal
Maureen's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. William Traitel. o!
Di troit. Mich., annonnc- th en-
gagement of their daughter, Mau
reen, to John Anthony Lesli
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Leslie i
Prairie Ave Miami p.
Miss Traitel i> a -
Highland Park Collegi in Detroit
Mr. Leslie is a gradt
L'nivers'tv of Michieai
of the Fashion In>tr ,.i TenV
log) in New York I h
graduated with h
H. is a member ol .
He is a production -
i la'.ifl w ith hi> | a rtts in the
ifacturing bus i
The wedding mil ti
troit on Thank-. .
Si
bride of .'
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Th< n of antiqw hiti
beng 'ned with front
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of Mr and Mrs Aaron
Spira. of Fair Lawn. N.I the
I ri li _room had hi> brother. Hil-
Spil -" ma". I -
included Ban*) Cole. Harold Cole,
Kutner and Malcolm K..::
A grs luate of Mian -
High the ne Mr- S| attend-

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sit) attended
the 1 I Ki ntuck) Law
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Rummage Sole Monday
Tifereth Israel >
hold a short business
i.o followed by a rui
in and social evi ,r| **
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Harvest Moon
Festival Dance
Haystacks, apple cider blue
Jaasa and "eoblm< vr,'.\ create
ataaeagdMCC for Westbrooke Coun-
try Clubs Harvest M\' Dance or Saturday evening
To be held oa the club's Carou
sel patio, the evening m addftiea
to daacirg and .iair.es will b cap-
ped by a midnight barbecue, ac-
cording to Harold Pomerac::. rant
pre* iden*.
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Friday. October 25. 1963
Mgrtgftlfcrftfay?
Page 9-B
DIPLOMAT Hotel was the set
Ifcig for 'temple EmaiuiEI's
dinner <>f tribuic honoring Rab-
bi Irvin? Lehrman's twentieth
anniversary.
l-" Mrs. Lehrman chose a floor-
gown of turquoise silk
A band of white cavier
was embroidered across
Ihe neckline, down the front of
.lice, and around the waist.
Wiii >f the honorary ehairman
Li the evening, Mrs. Samuel
! i i! ire i floor-length
i I black chantilly lace
i .. \hing stole was over an
riite satin and reembroid-
vith black sequins.
Irving c"; pen, whose bus-
. chairman for the even-
< < d an embossed gold
li full-length ;oun with a
raj, coat. itanch
it cuffs. Wile
Ten:; < president, Mrs,
i -r ;i floor-
Sow i ack si k crepe
sheath skin and a tilted
v hich v as encrusted
quin>
aquan chantilly lace
wa.....by Mrs. Lewis
I : tted bodice
".i'h >ld se-
al hi ad
hi m
. embroider-
ail. A gold
dc soie -. mble was the
11 -I Sol Halpern.
lulRS. B.n Essen's floor-length
ormal .,, brocaded in
C red and gold Her shoes
ndbag -re of hand-em
red gold cavier beads, re-
cent 11 boughi while the Bssens
en m Hong Kong. White sat-
in u.'.h a cut velvet floral de-,
an coral was the
(l1'" "I Mrs Martin Smith.
" 'I b dice featured a de-
neckline. Mrs. Milton
- gold chiffon was hand-
gold cavier
and iglc bea I-
i" lie celebrating their
versary, Mrs.
Nath i i tei ded the din-
earing a black silk faille
chantill} lace bodice. Her
lencon lace jacket was
'",: champagne-colored satin.
'" and shades of greens
'! into an abstract print on
"< chiffon jour. orn bv Mrs
! Dunsky. Her V-neckline
''"l" m a deep green satin bow ,
in .Mack knit sheath worn bv
Mrs. Milton Sirkin was one she
recently made. An aqua floral
prinl on white was worn by Mrs
Leo Hrandeis
Mrs Ann Hir,chman's black
L -heath featured a diagonal
'ln lnert in the bodice which
I;'Over a deep rose satin. Mrs.,
MttM Washton chose a black
^.fh.n1(h a bouffant skirt and
i SftS ubodlcp A ryal w
" sheath was the choice of
h.?' k Hank0'f- Matching
Lh|r butterflies were embroider-
ed on the gown with cavier
beads. Green gold and cham-
pagne were the colors in Mrs
Maurice Furman's dinner en-
semble. Her hip length jacket
featured a narrow rolled collar
A chiffon print in shocking pink
and mint green was worn bv
Mrs Terry Sponder. Emerald
green satin detailed her waist-
line.
IUIRS. Gabrielle N'a-h had made
her gown of peau de soie
and Chiffon. It took her five
weeks to hand embroider the
beading on the front of the
sheath. Double panniers of chif-
fon floated down the back to the
hemline. A white satin dinner
ensemble was chosen by Mrs.
Joseph Levey. The bodice was
of alencon lace delicately detail-
ed with seed pearls, and her fit-
ted jacket featured a white mink
collar. Mrjs. Milton Blum's
floor length skirt was in black
satin and followed a modified
"A" line silhouette. Her white
satin overblouse was sleeveless,
had a semi-scooped neck, and
was banded across the hipline
in silver-lined bugle beads and
pearls.
A champagne-colored peau de
soie ensemble was the choice of
Mrs. Raymond Rubin. Both her
heath and coat featured a band
of gold cavier beads around the
high rounded necklines. Mrs.
Dudley Brodie wore a lloor-length
gown of red satin. Her coat
featured fabric brought back
from China by her husband in
Royal blue silk with multi-col-
ored embroidered dragons. Mrs.
Helen Sparber's tea rose colored
peau de soie had its own match-
ing theatre coat. Satin-lined
bugle beads were used at the
hemline and neckline to em-
broider a "dragon's tooth'1 pat-
tern. Gold chiffon was worn by
Mrs. Harry Levey. Her fitted
bodice was heavily encrusted
with cavier beads and drop cry-
stals to form a Cleopatra-inspir-
ed bib.
MISS AUCIA tlNHORN
Cardiac Hospital
Will Benefit
A popular band will furnish the
music at the Flamingo and South
Dade Chapters of National Cb.il-
men's Cardiac Hospital barbecue
dinner and square dance slated for
Saturday, at the (' Bar S Ranch.
0801 SVV 120th Ave.
Funds realized from the affair
are earmarked for modern equip-
ment for the new National Cnil- i
clren's Cardiac Hospital at 1475
NW 12th Ave.
I
Chairing the evening are Mrs.
Jack I'assolf and Mrs. Ben Cowan.
Alicia Einhorn
Is Sweet Sixteen
Miss Alicia Einhorn entertained
TO -nests at a Sweet Sixteen party
at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday,
i> her Debs B'nai B'ri'h sisters, in
which she is second vice presi-
dent.
Alicia is the daughter of Dr. and
Mis George Einhorn, she at-
tends Coral Gables High School.
Where she Is a junior, and secre-
tary of her Home Room. She has
been a finalist for the Junior
Orange Bowl Queen title, and twice
was a finalist in the Miss Teen-
age Miami beauty and talent con-
tots.
She has appeared as a guest
soloist on Molly Turner's tele-
vision show, "Carousel." and is
well-known for her piano playing
and her singing.
Alicia will perform as a piano
and singing soloist at the Coral
Gables High School "Cavelette"
musicals this year.
She is looking forward to her
-tudies at the University of Penn-
sylvania for a degree in dental
h> giene, to be followed by a B.S.
degree in science and education.
Her hobbies are oil painting,
sketching, hair styling, and var-
ious sports.
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MR. AND MRS. HYMAN CNERfUD
New Arrivals
In Greater Miami
First child, Randi Beth Berger,
was born Sept. 21 in New Orleans
to the former Ruth Gratz and
Richard Berger. Dr. and Mrs.
Max (Bertha) Gratz. of Miami
Beach, spent several weeks in New
Orleans getting acquainted with
their third grandchild.
* *
David Jonathan, born Oct 1 to
.Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gold, of
Coral Gables. He joins two sis-
ters and a brother. Wendy, Gail
and Michael. All are the grand-
children of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Cold and Mrs. Annie Sternberg,
Miami Bcaehites.
.:.
First child. John Hess, was
born Sept. 2:1 to Mr and Mrs.
Edward Rudnick, who will cele-
brate his arrival with a party on
Oct. 27 at their home. 9040 SVV
56!h Ter. New mother, the for-
mer Lmuse Hess, is a member Of
the Dade County School system.
Rudnick is an accountant. Mat-
ernal grandparents are Mr. and
Mis. David A. lless. and great
grardparenu arc Mr, and Mrs
Abe Kit/. Paternal grandmother
is Mrs. Florence Rudnick, and
great-grandmother. Mrs. Samuel
Shriber. all local residents.
Enerfelds Mark
50th Anniversary
At Two Parties
It will be a double celebration
for Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Enerfeld,
1250 SVV 18th Ave.. who are ob-
serving their golden wedding an-
nivcrsary.
On Saturday, Nov. 3, they will
be honored at a dinner party to
be held at the Ritz Plaza Hotel,
and on July 26. 1964. relatives in
New York will join them at a
gala affair in the Colonial Manor
where they were united in mar-
riage 50 years ago.
Residents here for 25 years, the
couple have a son. Dr. Gerald
Enerfeld, who also lives in Miami
with his wife and three children.
Until his retirement several
years ago. Enerfeld was proprietor
of Sue Preem Maid, which he or-
ganized.
Among guests at the dinner
here will be Mr and Mrs. David
Gottlieb, nephew and niece of the
celebrants.
Renanah Group
Chinese Auction
Renanah Grout) of Hadassab on
Miami Beach held a Chinese auc-
tion at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Horwitz, 5510 N. Michigan
Ave.. on Monday evening.
Members and -nests each
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be Dr. Earl Gossett Jr., professor
of religion at the University of
Miami, whose subject is "Islam
and the Moslem World."
The aeries is directed by the
Temple's board of education with
Mrs. Georse Baum, chairman.
Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood
A shot-o gram entitled "Anatomy
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following the monthly business
meeting of the Temple Adath
Yeshurun Sisterhood on Wednesday
evening in the social hall. Chair-
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Friday, October 25. loc<
Dade County Salutes United Nations
At Colorful Bayfront Park Program
Traditional cake, commemorating Dr. Irving
Lehrman's 20th anniversary as spiritual lead-
er of Temple Emanu-El. is cut at the Diplomat
Hotel where over 900 persons paid tribute to
Dr. Lehrman on Saturday night. From left are
honorary chairman. Samuel Friedland, and
Mrs. Friedland; Dr. Lehrman and Mrs. Lehr-
man; Judge Irving Cypen, dinner chairman,
and Mis. Cypen. Principal speakers were
U.S. Sen. George Smothers and Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America.
900 Pay Tribute to Dr. Lehrman
from President Kennedy to a
:< about attending Sunday
(akfasta (w young pno-
ile. tributes were paid Saturday
to Pr Irving Lehrman's ae-
. omplisbments In 20 years as spiri-
ts, leader of Temple Emanu-El
Over 900 community leaders and
era it Temple Emanu-El
tdned in tne Dinner of Tribute
.t the Diploma! Hotel's Beaux
\rt< Ballroom, at which Pr Louis
Finkelstein. Sen George A. Smath-
r>. and H.m.irary Chairman Sam
1 Friedland gave the principal
{dresses
Sen. Smathers told the au-
dience that he had turned down
a personal request from Presi-
dent Kennedy to represent the
President before a dinner for
Latin American diplomats in or-
der to join in the tributes to
Dr. Lehrman. President Ken-
nedy's telegram of best wishes
was read by Sen. Smathers.
In his address. Sen Smathers
IBM paid tribute to Pr. Lehrman
> a man oi "wisdom, learning.
argeness oi .-pint, boundless en-
r->. and i --< tial humanity
In an across-the-board reference
o civil rights today, thi Florida
Senator declared that then are al-
and) more t'.ian 600 la- against
lascrimination and segregation on
h' nation's books "Some pi
tank ue :. ed more." he -.
Pot.!-' ey would do any
good, San, Smathers said tliat the
way to meet the problem is "with
purification of our personal
thoughts ard the elevation
understanding."
Bigotry will be eliminated he
said, "when we recognize the
common heritage and the broth-
erhood of man. We need to
have a positive respect for one
another," he said.
"We need to recognize and ap-
preciate the characteristics which
each national and ethnic group
brines to this melting pot alloy
which is the United States."
In personal remarks. Pr. Fink-
elstein said that Pr. Lehrman is
a genius" in the rabbinate, while
humorously suggesting that the
State of Israel might consider him
to fulfill the vacancy m the Chief
Rabbinate there. Pr. Finkelstein
is chancellor of the Jewish Theo-
cal Seminary of America.
Dr. Lehrman responded by call-
ing for a "rediscovery of the na-
tion's great moral and spiritual
value:. The Jewish trad.tion,"
he said, "has much to say about
all the great moral issues con-
fronting usbe they problems of
war and peace or the issue of
civil rights, human dignity, jus-
tice and freedom for all men re-
gardless of race, color or creed."
A choral tribute written b>
Trixic Levin, with narration by
George J. Talianofl and Hank
Meyer, described the building and
program- accomplished by Pr
Lehrman in his two decades as
spiritual leader. In the singing
cast were Barbara Bessey. Beverly
Green, Arlene Harris, Helen Kor
ertky, David Levy. Benjamin
Stone, Judy Smith and Marsha
Tahanoff. with Hortense Ball at
the piano.
Joseph M. Rose and Harry Sir
kin led the toast for Pr Lehrman.
and Mrs. Alexander Kogan paid a
special tribute to Mrs Lehrman.
Judge Irving Cypen was dinner
chairman and master : ceremon-
u -
Likesimilar demonstrations,
held throughout the I'mted States]
his week. "United Nations Pay.";
.reclaimed by President Kennedy,
iovernor Bryant, Dade County
Metro Commission and the various
)ade municipalities, was to be
elebrated Thursday, 8 p.m.. in
he Bayfront Part Bandshell in
Miami.
All Dade County chapters of the
\.U \ and numerous other civic
in.I fraternal organization- that
support the ideals, aim.- and ac-
tivities of the I'N "ere to partici-
Parents Meet
At Academy
For three successive evenings
>arents Of Students attending the
[ebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
-mi met with members of the Eng-
ish and Hebrew faculty at the fall
emester of "PTA Back to School
Xight." according to an announce-
ment by PTA pre.-ident. Mrs. Sam-
uel Rosner.
Nursery through second grade
parents met on Monday: third
through Sixth grade on Tuesday:
junior high on Wednesday
First part of the evenings was
devoted to parent-teacher conftac-
encas and presentations of the He-
brew and English program of edu-
cation for the year. Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal, stated
A question and answer period
ollowed each presentation, and
the room mother of each grade
level chaired her individual class
meetings, Mr.- Leo Remhard.
chairman ol room mothers re-
ported.
Following the programs a set
together was held in the school's
dining hall, where Rabbi (iro>- dis-
cussed the aim- and goals of the
Hi brew Academy
pate in this mass Uatuanstration
to which the public is invited lWlh.
out charge.
Gabriel Heatter, whose voice
as a news analyst and comtien-
tator is familiar to millions of
Americans, and who now lives in
Miami Beach, was to deliver a
brief address on the important
role the UN is playing H the
maintenance of peace in the
world.
Mrs. Norwood Phelps, Ptoridi
State president of the AAl \
to present the unit chapter t, the
recenly-organized Miami Beach
Branch of the AAIN. with Irv:n R
Schindler, president. accepting
the charter on bebalt of the
branch.
Folkways, customs and cultures
of 12 foreign countries were to be
depicted in 16 acts especially writ
ten for this occasion, and to be
performed by local residents. Col
orful native costumes were to be
worn by the performers who have
been rehearsing their acts for sev-
eral weeks.
Schlinder was to preside and act
as master of ceremonir-.
Beach Dental
Society Meeting
Pinner meeting of Miami Beach
Dental Society to bo held Monday
at Chandler's Restaurant will start
with cocktails at 6 30 p.m.
President. Pr Murray Zmner.
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From left to right, meetinq at the Diplomat Hotel .u pian Mi-
ami's welcome to the 1,000 guests at the 32nd annual CJFWF
Assembly are Delegate* Lounge Co-chairmen Mrs. Sidney M.
Schwartz and Mrs. Hair, Orleans, and Messaqe and Informa-
tion Center Co-chairmen Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin and Mrs.
Burton B. Goldstein. Mrs. Rubin is president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Goldstein is president o!
the Jewish Family and Children's Service. Both are impor-
tant beneficiary agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Miami Youth
Is Appointed
Top Cellist
Robert Dcutsch. 17. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Tcichner, 231
NE 164th Tor.. No. Miami Beach,
lias been appointed principal cell-
ist "t the All-Miami Youth Sym
phony for the 1963-64 season under
the direction of Robert A. Law-
rence.
An honor =tudcnt at North Mi-
ami Senior High School. Robert is
nreside-t and Principal cellist of
the school's orchestra, as well as
a member of the Interact Service
Club there.
His other musical activities in-
clude principal cellist of the Mi-
mi Reach Yoirh Symphony, the
Gilbert and Sullivan Guild of Mi-
ami, and cellist of the Miami
Youth String Quartet.
He has just been selected for
membership in the University of
Miami student orchestra under the
direction of B. Warren Signor.
Next to music. Roberts favor-
Ite school subject is advanced
biology.
Miamians Mcke
Dean's List
Two Miami students have bc< ;
Damed to the Doan's List at Yesl
va College, in New York City; D
Isaac Bacon, dean, announced th
week.
They are Jerome Bass. 21. si
or Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Bass, 16i
SW 10th St., a senior majoring i
mathematics; end Saniord Rei
hard. 20. son of Harold Reinhar
1831 Coral Gate Dr.. a junior ma-
joring in political science.
ROBERT DfUTSCH
College Begins Sessions Hero
Planning for the Saturday night cocktail party, a traditional
highlight of the CJFWF General Assembly, are (left to right)
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, one of the co-chairmen of the Miami
Hcst Committee. Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland. and Mrs. Sam
Blank. Mrs. Friedland and Mrs. Blank are co-chairmen for
the party which preceeds the traditional assembly banguet.
American Hero
To be Subject
A regular meeting of the Ner
1'an I Sisterhood will be held on'
1 "day. 10 a.m., In the Sklar
Auditorium of the Temple.
Following the business agenda,
Mr- Louis Cohen will introduce'
Mrs Sanford Jacobson, who will
review the "Life of a Great Amer-
ican Hero, Col. David (Mickey).
Marcui."
Regular donor games will con-
tmue in the afternoon, lunch is
optional Mrs. Henrietta Fine is
president.
Collage of Jewish Studies of
; the Bureau of Jewish E lucati in
[opened t hi week its two branches
at Beth David and Beth Torah
Congregations, with sessions on
Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
A thud branch for Hebrew teach
|ers opened on Oct. 15. with Dr.
.Nathaniel Soroff as instructor.
The forum at Beth David on
"Justice and Judaism" was initiat-
ed by Rabbi Norman X. Shapiro,
and the forum at Beth Torah on
"Major Trends in Jewish Thought"
was addressed by Rabbi Max
Lipschilz.
The second forum sessions will
be addressed on Oct. 29 by Louis
Schwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, and on Oct. 31 by Rabbi
Samue! M. Machtei, of Temple
B'nai Sho'om.
Registration i- s'.L'l open I ir the
forum Bessioi s, as well as for
courses in Hebrew aid History at
s p.m. in the two congregational
branches.-
The Bureau's television pro-
gram, "Living Hebrew," will be-
gin its sixth year of broadcasting
00 Station WTIIS, Ch. 2. The
series of 20 weekly broadcasts
will begin Oct. 31 at 7 p.m. The
broadcasts will be devoted to soc-
ial Hebrew based on a new text,
"Arakhim," published by the Bu-
reau and written by Schwartzman
and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff.
Schwartzman will again be the
television Instructor.
Folk School Will
Fete Fall Opening
Official opening Of the Dav
Pinski Folk School fall semest
will be celebrated on Saturday
evening at the Farband Centt
832 Washington Ave.
Entertainment will featui ;
Michl Gibson, well-known Yiddi i
actor of the Maurice Schuai
Art Theatre; Cantor Hir.-ch Merc
bein, conductor of the Miami
Beach Community Singers; ar I
Jacob Frachter, in i e idings
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lent; Bernard Purman a
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Friday, October 25. lo63
Beach MD Slams 'German Swindle'
A Miami Beach physician, who
is chairman of the Brotherhood of
Temple Belh Sholom. will be vio-
lating a minor brotherhood prin-
ciple.
He will serve as guest speaker
at a breakfast meeting of the or-
ganization on Sunday, 10:30 am.,
at the Temple. 4144 Chase Ave.
Actually."' explains Dr. Harry
E. Wolk. "the subject is so im-
portant that I am sure no one will
mind listening to their chairman
do more than bang his gavel and
call the meeting to order."
Dr. Wolk intends discussing
"The German Swindle ."
For the past few years, the
Beach physician has served as a
Vertrauensant-a doctor who
examines persons filing medical
claims with the Federal Repub-
lic of West Germany for com-
pensation as a result of ailments
incurred from imprisonment in
concentration camps during the
Naxi era.
I help former refugees here
process their claims with the Ger-
man consulate in Atlanta. The
most important thing is that the
examining physician must estab-
lish a direct relationship between
the ailment and the concentration
camp experience. He must also
be willing to testify that the claim-
ant is, at minimum, 25 percent in-
capacitated."
Off. H&RRf WOLK
Until 1959. Dr. Wolk declared,
most of the claimants had to pro-
duce witnesses to their imprison-
ment and harsh treatment. This
was almost impossible -because
of lost records and the wholesale
slaughter ol prisoners."'
Then the German Government
liberalized the file-claiming pro-
cess by simply requiring the dis-
ability minimum and the estab-
lishment of direct cause-effect, ac-
cording to Dr. Wolk.
But these claims go to a var-
iety of German courts and med-
ical authorities once they are re-
lumed to Atlanta." he explained.
The German Government may
be sincere, but it certainly u ap-
parent that those who process the
claims are not." Dr. Woik charges.
"Most cf mine have been
.hipped back to Munich, wh.ch
is in Bavaria, a longtime hotbed
of Nazism. What happens is
that the courts throw out the
claims wholesale after medical
authorities at th? university
medical school there refute the
claims on the flimsiest and most
indefensible pretexts."
As l)r Wolk sees it. "the Ger-
man Government doesn't even
know such things are going on.
Jewish organisations are current-
ly trying to get the claims dead-
line due to expire in December
this year, extended to 1965. What
good would that do," he asks, "if
the unfair processing of claims
continues?"'
Because of Dr. Wolk's tenacity
in behalf of the applicants, the
German Government hasn't sent
him a new claimant in two years,
although he continues to help
, persons with their appeals. Neith-
i ir has the government withdrawn
his official Yertrauer.sarzt status.
Mizrachi Women
Launch Series
On Ethics Here
"Ethics of tht Fathers" will ^
the first subject in a jerii
discussions by a seminar of yi
women.
young
Elizabeth Arden's
PEACE ROSE
Another criticism Dr. Wolk in-
tends discussing Sunday is the
practice of attorneys here, who
cut themselves in for what he
alleges to be "a full one-third
' of any possible proceeds for the
balance of the claimant's life-
j time, p!us back-compensation.
This is done on a contingency
basis," he said.
"If claimant gets nothing, then
the attorney has lost nothing. But
; it certainly is a pity. Organiza-
tions like National Council of Jew-
ish Women in Miami willingly
make out the form- free ol charge
_if only these i1 timants knew
about .'
DR. CHARUS P. KUHN
Dr. Kuhn Will
Speak Monday
Dr. Charles P. Kuhn. psychi-
atrist, will be guesl speaker at the
adult program. The Meaning of
Love." sponsored bj the Miami
VMHA Blanch set for this Mon-
day night at 8:15 p.m. This is the
third of four evenings on the sub-
ject and will be devoted to "The
Love of One's Young." Admission
is open only on a registered basis.
A specialist in child and adoles-
cent psychiatry. Dr. Kuhn was a
member of trie staff group that
launched the operation of the Pa)
chiatric Institute at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital. He later became
affiliated with the Lafayette Clinic
n Detroit, where he developed and
directed an adolescent in-patient
program. In addition to his pri-
vate practice. Dr. Kuhn also trains
third-year residents in child psy-
chiatry as a member of the faculty
at Universit) of Miami Medical
School.
Mizrachi Women's Organization
of America, which sponsors tradi-
tional education in its children's
\illages and schools in iel .<
starting this new pilot venture in
Miami. "Thi- may be the fore-
tunner of similar seminar]
throughout the country,' said Mr.,
Alfred Stone, coordinator
Mrs. Saul Porush. noted educa-
tor, is discussion chain
Mrs Fred Qsqilit as co-chairman.
Mrs. Bernard Diener v.
ess to the group on Oct. !i
bursts into glorious
color on your lips
and starts the air
humming with love
PEACE ROSE Lipstick is yours in the
Click-Change case. 2.00.
Nail Lacquer, 1.00.
Cream Rouge, 2.00.
Activities HeW
At Dade Heights
Among matti I at a
Dade Height
meeting i n S
changing I hi
gation. Pro ;ram r he c\
was und< r the -. I the Jew
lsli War \ I ti -
Adult ed i at on pi ra n '
at Dade H( ights on Oct j:t. with
a Hebrew class calh I i r 8 p m
Sessions ill be hi evi r> V
nesdaj evening On thi same eve-
ning, the adult disi ssioi
to convene everj other Wcdnes
day, met at 9 p.m.
Junior I'SY held its first social
for ages 12 to It on Wednesday at
7:15 p.m. and the senior USY, IS
to 18. held a study group on Mon-
day at 7:15 p.m.
Service Honors
14 Men Here
Resuming late Friday evening
services, Temple Adath Yeshumn
raid tribute last week to 14
men who volunteered their labors
to complete the sancutary and SO
all, classrooms ami lobby of
the Temple in time for thi
set v ici I concl
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to tin i B rnard Le\ j
building committi e chair i
Mart' i
Sam Ratner. William Plal \i
1 ehrn Morris Kati
I'olk. Uilliam >l Sai
t Salzma id
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- ph Liei man, president of
the i presented each
oi thi r, rtifii ate of
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ducted the seiv.ee and addn
tlu men
S. J. "POP" SPECTOR
BILL DOCK n* already provtfi
h s leadertnip arjility time ,nJ
fm again. BecaiMt o hn consul-
ant effort* in making Miami i bel-
Itr place to live BILL DOCK
my choice in ie GROUP 3. Lever
9-A. City Com" ion race. I unje
ail my frienc* to .om n>e in sup-
porting thi ctnanding candi-
date." ____
JfV FACT
Ml AMAHS raflflLV
AM SMHGi
PUT YOUR STOCK
BILL DOCK
Pull Lever 9A
BB Women
Plan Luncheon
A luncheon and card party for
B'nai B'rjth Women of Miami will
be held at the home of the pres-
ident, Mrs Hilda Lazarus, 1630
SW 13th Ave.. for Tuesday noon
Reservations chairman for the
luncheon, to be prepared by mem-
bers, are Mrs Louis Alexander.
Mrs. Gi rge Liebman and Mrs
Nat Rubin
Testimonial
For Snyder
Mayor Arthur I. Snyder's many
years of service to Beth Torah
Congregation will be commemor-
ated at a testimonial dinner Sat-
urday nighl at the Belh Torah Soc-
ial Hall.
Guesl speaker, State Attorney
Richard Gerstein, will be among
the many dignitaries attending.
Snyder. recently elected Mayor
Ol North Miami Beach, has been
a member of Beth Torah for 10
years, and served three terms as
president.
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Friday. October 25. 1963
*"Jenisft Flcrid/an
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^Hltzvalt
Samuel Roth
,iig-Lchsaji will offic-
, Uie Bar Mitzvah of Sam-
during services Satur-
,>aj n :nng. Oct. 26, at Temple
i
gam i :- an eighth grade stu-
dent ;,: Ida M. FUher Junior High,
is a member of the
Irack team and the band. Other
juteri include carpentry, fish-
veterinary medicine.
Mr and Mrs. Burnett Roth will
have reception at home in their
., n : nor on Saturday,
9 :
Robert Hoffman
sanctuary of Beth David
v ill b< the site of the Bar Mitz-
Robert Michael Hoffman
oi Si rday morning, Oct. 26.
bi Norman N. Shapiro
official
Robert participates in all ath
letic sports and is also interested
In (Iran.;, and public speaking
Mr and Mrs. Leon Hotfman are
- <>f the celebrant,
Steven Fein
I; T on Kninish will offic-
iate al Bar Ifitivah of Steven
loin Saturday morning, Oct.
j ai ile Beth Sholom.
51 a student of the Beth
Firmation class 5725.
the celebrant are Mr,
ilberl Fein, 8'j.-> Fair-
it} 1
Richard Rosen
i; c son o| Mr. and Mrs.
I] ji| i. 7:;i Paradiso, will be
. (in Saturday morning,
|i Temple Judea. Rab-
Ib. M rn>cai Podet and Cantor
| lhards will officiate.
\ :h grade student at
l! >n Junior High, Rich-
la.i pit; un* in the symphonic
[i let di Mil usii ilinic this past
Sh'iiiik hai organized a
Small cdmbo for entertain-
|ji In- nds and also plays foot
I
Kidd n honor of the Bar
. follovi the ceremony
Mont* Kane
Sen, i Saturday morning.
ducted by Rabbi AI
1,1 Wi .it Temple Zion will
"clw-J Bar Mitzvah of Monte
(
v" -" grade honor student
Junior High. Monte
,-is in the accelerated math class
there, and won a priw"in the eon
servation program for his garden-
i ing project. "Montr's Little
Farm." He plans to continue his
| studies in the Temple's confirma-
tion class.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kane
and grandson of Mrs. Hyman
Kichner and Mr. and Mrs. Isa-
dora Kanowitz, the celebrant will
be honored at the Kiddush follow-
ing the ceremony.
Robert Radler
On Saturday. Oct. 26. Robert
Radler will become Bar Mitzvah
at morning services conducted by
Rabbi Simon April at Congrega-
tion Beth Emcih Yehtidah Moshe.
Robert is an eighth grade stu-
dent at North Miami Junior High
and attends the congregation's
Hebrew school
Following the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs Saul Radler will host
Ihe Kiddush in the Bar Mitzvah's
honor.
Richard Rosen
Michelle Newman Harvey Sepler
Steven Fein
Marc Salter
Bar Mitzvah of Marc Salter will
be observed on Saturday morning.
Oct. 2. at Temple Beth Sholem.
Hollywood. Rabbi Morion M.ilav
sky will officiate.
Marc i~ the son oi Mr. and Mrs.
Ben salter. 1611 Jackson St.. Hol-
lywood, and has been s student oi
the Temple's Religious School for
several years
Father of the Bar Mitzvah is
:i past president of Beth Sholem
an I a member of the hoard of
directors. He is president of the
lewish Federation ot Hollywood
. nd chairman of the United Fund
ol Broward County.
Harvey Sepler
Harvey Joel Sepler will observe
his Bar Mizvah on Saturday morn-
ing, Oct. 26, at Temple Beth
I Sholom. with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Sepler. 537 Lakeview Dr.. the cele-
brant is a student of the Beth
Sholom confirmation class 5725.
Michael Bernstein
Michael Jay Bernstein's Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Oct. 26. will be the first to be
celebrtaed in the new synagogue
building ol Young Israel of Great-
ei Miami. Rabbi Sherwin Stau-
ber will officiate at the service
and ceremony.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bern-
stein. 840 NE 168th St., the cele-
brant is a student at North Miami
Beach Junior High. His hobbies
are swimming and collecting rare
coins and stamps.
Reception and dinner in Mitch-
el's honor will be hosted by his
parents at the Lombardy Hotel
on Saturday evening.
Michelle Newman
Michelle, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton I Newman, will be
Has Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Oct. 26. during services conduct-
ed by Dr. Irving Lehrman at
Temple Emanu-El.
The Bus Mitzvah i- also the
granddaughter of Mr, and Mrs.
Saul I Kenholz.
An eighth grade student at Ida
M. Fisher Junior High. Michelle
is a member of the Future Teach-
ers Assn., USY and Art Club.
Other interests include music, lit-
erature and designing.
Following the ceremony, a Kid-
dush in the celebrant's honor will
be held at her home.
*
Alan Felsot
Saturday morning services, Oct.
26, at Temple Ner Tanud will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Alan
Felsot. with Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz officiating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morey Fel-
sot, Alan is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and the Temple's Re-
ligious School.
A reception in honor of the
celebrant will follow the religious
services
WANTED EXPERIENCED
MUSIC TEACHER FOR LARGE
JEWISH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Week-endt only. Must hve abil-
ity to teach and knowledge of Jew-
ish songs in Hebrew and English
for children of all grade levels.
Most be able to accompany on
piano or guitar. Write, including
age. experience, Jewish knowledge,
etc.. to
M. T., Box 2973,
Miami, Fla. 33101
Dock Urges Fair Play for Drivers
Miami City Commission candi-
date Bill Dock this week lashed
out at the commission "tor vio-
lating an ordinance." which he
says "is throwing more Mianuansj
out of work."
"An ordinance which prohibits
Cuban refugees from obtaining
permits to drive taxicabs on city
streets in being ignored by the
commissioners, and already there
are more than 200 refugees driv-
ing these cabs despite the fact
that the law says the drivers must
be U.S. citizens," said Dock.
"I think it is unfair, and set-
ting a bad precedent," Dock
said. "I'm all for helping the
refugees, but I think the com-
mission is going overboard at
the expense of our own citizens."
A public hearing is scheduled
for Nov. 6 to consider amending
the ordinance to allow the refu-
gees chauffeur permits necessary
to all taxicab drivers.
"Many of Miami's cab drivers
are war veterans and tax-paying
citizens, and there Is no reason
that their livelihood should be en-
dangered in this manner," Dock
asserted. "It seems to me that
the city has a responsibility to
protect their jobs. This commun-
ity already has taken extensive
steps to help the refugees, but
there's a limit on how far we're
< xpected to go."



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Dr. Gene C. Scarbrough
TAKES PlEASORE IN ANNOUNCING
THE OPENING OF
NEW AND LARGER OFFICES AT
3160 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
FOR THE PRACTICE OF
CHIROPRACTIC
Office Hours Gy Appointment
Telephone 444-1659
Forum Discussion
At Dade Heights
A forum discussion on the
amendments coming up for votes
on Nov. 5 will be held at Dade
Heights Congregation on Sunday
at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be
served and there will be no admis-
sion charge.
Panel membeis will be Com mis
sioner Tom Sasso. Commissioner
Robert Brake. Charles Nelson, and
Harold A. Greene. Moderator is
Sanford L. Muchnick.
POSITION WANTED
by Experienced SEXTON.
BAAL K0REH and BAAL TFILAH.
To contact please call 532-4092
LEAVING ON EXTENDED TOUR
of Europe & Israelintelligent young
tran will undertake to handle business
affairs, real estate transactions and
taxes. Strictly confidential. Write to
1. M., Box 2973, Miami, Ha., 33101
SINGLE ROOM FOR RENT
in SW private home of business wom-
an. Kitchen privileges f desired. No
other roomers. Excellent bus trans-
portation. References exchanged. Call
eves or all day Saturday
HI 86666
HEAR
Jacob Schachter
Play Your Favorite Yiddish Music
MON.-FRI. 11 A.M.-12 NOON & SUN. 3:15-4:15 P.M.
HEAR SUCH ALLTJME FAVORITES AS
JAN PEERf'E'S CANTORIAL MASTERPIECES
RHYTHM SONGS OF ISRAEL
DAVID KiSEYlTSKYS GEMS OF THE SYNAGOGUE
SISNG ALONG WITH ME, featuring BIX AH LANDAU
SIIIOH BELARSKYS JEWISH FOLK SONGS
MIRIAM KRESSYN AND MANY OTHERS
ON WEDR-FM 99.1 MEG ON YOUR FM DIAL
VOW LIVE DAILY FROM Tiff- BLACKSTONB HOTEL. UOO WASH. AVE.. JI.II.


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v ,,.. di .1 here this week
The funeral was at the
StehOomelerj in the ce*terd
,...,,.. Montpa IK..---, and rites
^ conducted b> Rat* a sc tah.
tin chM Chaplain >i Jewish Boy
Swhh, id which Pl aJ
KeTa patron Shortls beWreld
death the noted writer asked thai
!0a;npeeche8 be made al his run-
eral and thai Jewish mod s be
pelted -i- honor guards al tin
rites
Born in Geneva, Fleg made
hi* literary career in France
,ni became one of the country*
bcsf known writers. He consist-
o-tly made Jewish subjects the
theme of much of hit writing.
He had been an of:icer of the
A I l.o nee Israeli* Universe!!?
and the JOWish-ChristUn Fr.end
ship Society.
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Rabbi Caplan to be Seen
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will con
duet the "Worship Hour' on Sun-
..,, 10:30 ii in over Ch. 10.
\V1 B\V TV Cantor Maurice Neo
and ehoir will participate
Costumes Order oi Dance
Costumes will replace daily
school clothes at the Temple TO
creth Jacob USY Halloween party
and dance on Saturday from -:30
1,1 11 p.m.
'Harvest Masquerade Ball'
Temple Beth Shirah will hold a
Harvest Masquerade Ball" on
Saturday. 9 p.m.. at the Temple.
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'" ebj notified and re-
t any i lalmn or de-
It h,. ; ', h sou may have agalnal
'] "I JENKlNh K. I'OIIK.N
o'Wtj .in,in, -. ,,i Dade
.""I fe the same In dupll-
'i |.i..,i.i...i | Section ?83.1,
', ,a !"'--, their offlcei in
' Ihouiw in Dade Coun-
" "is calendar.......thr
: f tin riral imbllcatlon
I in e Hill be barre i
, ..... Klmlda, .his 16th
\.VN W COHEN
''->N K U'l.A.N
. Kxei .ii- -
n of thia nolle, on
'<') Octolier, I'":.:.
. Kapinn ,v .,
I 1 i llrkkman
I Co Kxecutora
" I -..-i Stieet
i". i^-rj. ii 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'1' I'll i; is nr.i:i.ii ui\ i:.< thai
li'iKlaiiud, dexlrlng to engaRi in
'"i.....ind.-r the flctittoui namen
of MA.i' ii; has and of K1IITH has
al 17:18 S W. 188th Ti i race, i ......
I'lorhln Inti ml to real ti r mid nameH
iii iin Clerk .it Hi- Clrculi Court of
i la 'ounty, Florida.
ii i.lll-.T (JAM '! i.MI'ANY
la l-''n ''..in I
Alllll,^^ it. Smith, Pi'ea.
I'llll.ll' ISl.lKlM
Hyem, Helman, is.ii.!..ii ,v Catsman
Attornej for Appllcnnt
iiin s W. 1st Strei I
m l-jl-18-2.1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 10538
THE W ll.l.|AM-i:i Kiill
MAVI.N'i ;s BANK,
I'm miff,
\ s.
i'IIh.Mas A. PATRICK, .t ii\. .i al,
IT. ndanta
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Tin.inn., a. "mink and Kernaa a.
Patrick, his \iii-. IteHldenoe ln-
Vtnnwii. lust malllna addreaa c o
:. n. :il Delivery. Minefield, w. -i
v.ik'ih... an I it' remarried, their
unknown aiiotna Inng and if
dead, the unkniwn helra, devtaeea,
Lt.uii.... .-i.simi.-s. ii.....ra, creditors.
trustees or other claimants, lulniint;
..i;:iiii-i any or
il. f< ndants n h<> at -
by, tin i.nah. undei
ili. above ni-iiii-.l
.1. i i sed
Y.iu are hjen ; 13
mbowi .-nirtii.n. .1 ..
KtltUtl d rtU.lills* j
1 'ouri of ahc 1! 1.1
Kl.'rlda in and '
......--.- .1 111-.11 .,
notified iliat the
rllon has b.-cn in-
.. 1 in ill.- 1' i.-'ilt
Judiiiai c I'-uii of
1 Mid. 1"......t\ to
.. i|Kn ili. follow -
Inn'deocrlbed r. 1! iiroperty:
l^.i IS, Block 1 SCOTT I.AKB
M \ -V11; SECTION ONE, accoidlna
la ili. I'lni ili-11. r recorded In I'1st
Rook .">7 nt I'.igi > of Hi. I'nhli.-
1:. r.l- ..r li.ni. I'ounty, Florida,
together with Subnrban Qas Wall
Type in.-n Mo.lel ''ilr-i-nv bubnr-
1..111 l-Bui n.-i 1 :.i s 111.,, ,. 1 "nit
Mi ill 1 ,iir Hi 11...I11' Reti
. ator -,-j 11 : \ n. ii in I'.lln.ls:
'. Water Hi Mi 1 Modi -
I'NJrlJi -'
^ fid ...... mi.
-\.. 1 .... idalnl wRh lh<
ol ihi ild Court, and
-. 1 \. 11 ij ti... ,111 hi -
an.. 11. \ M V RTIN 1INE, 14th Plooi.
I mdi I'. .1, i-.ii 1 lull 1 ng, Mi.1
Klorldii not later than Novemlier Vt,
1 11., 1 : !.. 1 ..11 r. -~.. in
1.. ... 1 iika Insi j iiu,
IIATEI' 'IoIh
1: H 1.I-: KTHKKM \N
1 ;, nt hi 'll nil i'..ri'
...n Bj N \ HBWITT.
I lenutj 1 '! 1 k
M VKTIN l-'INi:
Attorn. 1 i" intlff
di l-'.-d. ral Hldg
I
in ::.. 1:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. :N CHANCERY
No. 63C 10295
Mi iRI! IS SKI Ki iVT .hi I
1, ,
\\ 11 1.1 '. .'I 111 lYD Ii in.in.
NOTICE OF SUIT
',. 1 "\V I1 I I \M I iVD
\ ,\ 1 A Vi
VRK Hi:
: ml I I
- .

.11111 v .
In tin
. \| 1 serve .1

liKKE.NI
I
Ml 1
11
for Hi.-
re of II
... Ing 'lu-
ll Howl
. County, 1 lot
.1 in-w it:
I.,.1 ::. mock M BCNCIIE PARK,
in thi : 'lal Hi. 1 of, iv-
1 In I Ma 1 at Cage SO
1 the Public it. ords 1 r 1 ade
'...inn 1 .. id 1 together w iili .ill
improvements u.-m or hereafter on
s ii.i inn 1 and ail Curnitun fix
..it. is and other amillai .- -
iii.w or hereafter -nt.iini-il therein
pii Hull wa 1 Mil ited Ul Ike 1 'ii -
.nil Court of thi- Ilth Judicial Cir-
cuit in ami for Dade County, Hoi Ida,
in Okaneery. Hald mortgage was
f led in O 1: [took 3d :. al Vw 512
in Hi.. 1'iililn lleuerds -t Dad.- I -iin
iv. Florida.
it you full lo answer aa herein re-
quired, Jnduiii.-ni bs il. I'linlt will I"
taken against you for the rellel di
iiinnd.d in ili. Complaint.
IP IS HKREirV ordered that this
Notice lijll II- iml.llsli.-d .< a wee!
for foul i II Weeks in Till-: JKW IS1I
Pi.iiltii'i \\. a newspaper ptflitl led
in Miami. I lade I 'oUntJ P'!'ii Ida anil
having a general circulation In Dade
1 'mint \ p'l : Ida
WITNESS MY HAND as rink of
mid Circuit Court of l>ade County,
h'lorlda, and thi peal of said Courl at
Miami, 1 '.ul. 1 'out 11. Florida, this
2nd daj of 1 >c obi
i: I), I.KA-PII' KM N
Clerk of ili. cii. nit I'niiii
I lade 1 'ii..- -. Florida
is.all llv: K M I.Y.MAN.
ity Cli k
i" ::.. 11 1-8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60946
IN RE: ISatati of
H Vll.ill AI.PMAN
11.1 1 ase '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors mil All Persona II.iv-
nu 1 lainis or Deiiwnds Against Said
P 1.11. :
v"u are ii. i..|.\ notified and 1 -
i|U red in pri sent an} .-lainis and d. -
man.is which >-. ma) have aaainsl
......state of SARAH ALTAIAN di -
'- .1 lati nf I inde Count). I lorlda,
'" 'he C.....it) Judgen of Had.- Coun-
1K and ni. in. ~....... in iluplicati and
as |.i..\ id,.,1 in Section 713.lt, I 0 Ida
- ia. mi. .. In thelt offices in the 1 "oun-
t> Courthouse in Had.- County, Flor-
ida, h ni. 111 six i-alendar months from
1 hi time of Hie liist publication In re-
"'- or thi -am. ..iii in- barred.
Hated nt Mi.....1. Fiorida, ihis isili
da) of 1 It-tola 1. A 11. 1963,
W II.I.IA.M .1. (IOI.DWOR.N
As i-;\,.,uioi'
PI -' I'nldl.a.i.........is in.1,. mi
the i ,ili dii) ni' 11,-t.il.. r, :'"i"i.
\\ II.I IA.M I HOI.DWl IRN
Attorney fi r Bxecutor
401 Lincoln Road
I" '.:".. II l-X-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Um iinii.-i atmed, desiring to engage In
business iin.,.i 11,, fictitious name "f
SI ill.W ITS' HEALTH tBODCCTS
al 8SW find mnd 1111.-iiit; I., 1
said name with the Clerk "i the Cir-
cuit Court nt 11...... Count). Floi pi.1
DR. MARVIN M. SILVERBK-RU
Hole Owner
I All. KWITNP.Y
SiKiisi.iii, Kwltne) .\ Lioudisx
Alii.in, v fol Vpirtli ant
MO Lincoln Road
in !S. II l-S-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
iii undersigned, desiring in engage in
business under the fictitious name m
si:i.i:y SHOE sai.i'.n at 828 Lincoln
lload Mall, .Miami Beach 39, l-'la In-
tends t" register said name with tl-
<"i-i-u nf iin- circuit Court of Dadi
Count). Florida.
LtfaWO, INC., a ki.u i.ia Corp.
Hole 11 ner
PAUL KYVITNICY
Atturuay lor Let -.1". Inc.
1211 Lincoln Rit., Uiuml Ueaoh ::i>. Kia.
l" 1-11-18-25
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jt*isti nkridfan
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate youf
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dint Fit 3-4605
tor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60970-A
IN UK: Estui, of
S \.M PLKS8
1'. aeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing; Claims or 1.....landa Againai said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and rc-
i.iiii...i 10 iuis-iii an> i-iaiiiis and de-
mands which >. ma) have against
tin estate of SAM i-'I.p:ss deceased
late of Had.- County, Florida, to the
ii'iint.v Judges nf Dade County, and
file ili. aame in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Hection 733.16, Klnrlda Stat-
utes, in their offlcea in the County
Conrthuuae In DaBe County, h'lorlda, |
within sbi calendar months fi-..m the 1
time of the flrsl publication hi reof,
or the gaine will be- Imrred.
Dated at Miami, Kluriuu, this 1Mb
da) nf 1 ii-iobi 1, a.I>. lutia
HARRY ZL'KERNICK
As 1:,, tutor
Klrst imblii ution of ibis 11
in. 5dh day of Oetobi r, W63,
HARItv ZCKERNICK
Attorney for Executor
I2tt Lincoln ltd Miami Beach
lOjrSd. 11 1-8-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is iii:i:i:i:y given thai
ili. undei-algned, desirlns to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JIMMIES BARBERSHOP at 1213 W.
rlagler s'i.. Miami. Florida Inti mis to
register said name with the Clerk of
tin- I'lniiii Courl ni Dade County,
Florida.
V1NOE Pi IRRBLL
f. R. MATERS
Attorne) for Purchaaer
LCI 2 Consreas Bids.
Miami :;.', l-'la.
- S3. II l-S-15
a I.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61085-C
IN RK: Estate of
NidlMAN COX RAP HARKIHrvKP,
a k .1 N'nlIMAN C, SARKISOPP,
Uaceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I o All 1':. 'ii..1 s and Ml IN i anna II in
Ing "' i: 1 or Demands AgulBBt Said
i:- lal. .
Y.iu .11-. lieraby notified and re-
quired i" present an) i-iaim* and de-
mands which you may have .iu.. 11st
Hi- estate ..f NORMAN CONRAD
SAKKisi i|'P'. .1 k/a NORMAN I'
s rk ISi 'IP d- asi d lute of Dade
1*1 inly, Florida, to rhi Count) Judges
- i I 'ul- 1 '..iinl> and lii. Hi.- -1..... In
il.- ami as |l|W i-l-il in S. I Ion
7V lii. l-'Pi Ida Statutes, In thi It of-
fices in ii- Count) Courthouse in
Dade fount)', Klnrlda, within six cal-
endar months from Ihe time of ih.-
flrsl publli-atlon hereof, or thi saint
will be barred.
Dated .11 .Miami. Florida, t li is- 1Mb
da) ni 1 ii inl- 1. \ 1
ELLA MARTHA SINKS
\ 1 '\. .-iiir.x
P'i- -1 |.ul.IP .ni......f this
the 231 Ii -1.....11 k-tohi 1 -,
HARR1 /.1 KERNICK
ittornei fn Exi itrlx
Jlli .-in U.I Miami Bi
in '. l-S-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10*83
V I'ltt'EI iKS.....' VRMEN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60897-A
IN RE: Estate of
THMLMA I'URGES
I v. caned.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creilltora and All Persona Hav-
ing Clntma 01 Demands Against Bald
bfrtate:
Y.iu are hereby notified and re-
i|i'ir.-d to present an) claims and de-
mand* which vou inav havi againai
ili- estate of THELMA I'ORUES de-
ceased late of Dade i'.inni\. 1 lorlda,
to the Count) .IihIk-s ..I Dude t'oun-
ly, and Hie th. am. .11 duplicate and
as provided In Section 7:l.l. HViiidB
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty I'm rib-Mis,- in Dade County, Flar-
Ida. Within mix .al.ndiir III.,mils 11..111
1 the time ni Hi. first public itton h re-
of, or the sum., win be barred
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Ni 1 lli'l-: IS HEREBY 1 ilVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
buainess utider tin- fictitious nan
1:1: r.l IfcSD APPLIANCE Rl
ll 3801 s \V. 38th I'miit. Miami, I
inten Is i" registe" said name with I 1
Clerk of iin Circuit Court of I'-
Count). Florida.
ABC Funding 'o Inc.
Hole < iwni-i-
KERSLER \- CARS
An.an..- for M'a' Pundlng Co., Inc.
1998 s \\. 1st si Miami, l-'la.
in i-11-18-2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to engagi It
1 iisin.-- under the fictitious name o-
ri'll ST. iil'Al.lTY MARKET at 60"
N.W. nth Street, Miami. Florida, n
ti'iul in reglater said name with th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Di
Count). Plot Ida.
IRVING COHN
Rl iSAI.YN COHN
SANI-'nlMi KREE1
An.a ae) for Applicants
lfi'll-:- -'.-
ihi-
lialt-d in Miami. Florida,
day of inti.li. i. A.I I9U I
illii iRUK I'HERKX
\- Vdmlnl*lrator, pa
ii si iiubUcation of ilii- not
I- *_' th da) .-' 1 i-i ihi r, 1963
KEREN .v i;i ILI >KN
Mi..rin > r.n- Admlnlstiator t'TA
i.i? i di nipta 1 :Piy Miami .: '. l".i
in 25. II
iN
;th
l-s-l
i RESN
I
\
M INTEL A KRESNKlKi
Defi
NOTICE OF PUBUCAP.ON
. Mai i-l A hVi ne in
. :. .1
.
Ba 1: /.in la
Vi il', M VXTEL v ERESNEDO.
i-n ial
I cntri
... IIali|U 1111. ...
1
i .11111 .iin : I..
..; ihe iii"\- 'ourt,
iiml s.i\. ,1 ... ;i\ thei'i-ot upon ISIXO
P NEiJ RETTI, Attoi I Con-
1 \ 1: 2nd \*' nue,
Miami. I ......Iu, on ol bi ton Ltai
(. ... .in
plaint u ill be laktn .1- c> .nfe* si Dated this Ilth da) of 1 '. tobi 1. 1963
E. I! l.i:\ IIIKUM AN
il. rk ol th. 'iiinii 1 'ourt
I lade L'o n.; 1. P'i. rid.1
1...ill II) I' c I'Ol'ELAXD
Deput) Clerk
in Ix-r.. 11 I -s
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATt
No. 60881 -A
IN 1:1. KatHte of
' 'IIARLES I d\i IX,
Decease 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'redltors and All Pel sons llnv-
iu Claims 01 Demands Aguinsi Said
Estate:
Y.. 1 are hereb) notified and re-
quired i" present an) i-lainis and de
111.in.Is M 111. h (......IB) ha> a'-.. 11-
thi estate of CHARLES I UXl IN, de-
I-, d lati -a 1' ... 1 \iunt). I lorlda,
in ili. 1'.. mi i Judges ol 11.1.i. 1
1) and file the -am- In duplii ate and
.1- prin 1.1. I In Seel Kloi Ida
Sta lutes 1 thi I offices In the I'oun-H
I ty Courl 1 di 1 'onnti Plor- ,', ,
1 mini s \ i-ali ndar monl ha
'' 1 ;i tin flrsl ublle it Ion ll
'. or the sami .1.1 n .1
Dated al Miami la Ida, this
1. |H(
1 HA Kl.l s \ DIXOX
A-
1 1 si imbHeni
, the 23th diiy of net
I.i .|:i:i: P S. a IT I' K" '.II'MA.N
\ 110111, > for Ex itm
Tel
Bldg M
in .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60668 A
IN RE: Estate of
HENRY SC1SOREK
I-.i-as-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All rrediiors and All Persona Ha'
iiiK Claims -I' Demands Against s..i
Estate:
Yi.ii are hereby notified and "?
quired lu preaenl an) -lainis am
in amis which you may have agalm
the estate of IIKNT.Y Kl'ISOREK tli
reused lave nf Dnda County, 1
in in.. Conn I) Judges of Pad. C
and file the sum. In their offl
the Count)' Courthouse in Dade Co
1 Ida, iiiin -i\ calendar
from th- date of the flrsl publlcatio
la 1. of, or 1 he sa me will be ba
SI-n.MA RICKLE8, I.M cutlix
II VRRY STBINBERO
\ 1 tin ne)
523 A : 1 y Road
1.. .,. n. Eloi Ida
in 11-18
tint
1, -
I'h
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 11395
MAI: Y .11: KX1XE PEAVY,
1 'la niif
V s.
HTU1I PEAVY,
I 1. 1. lidanl.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ViT, HTCH PEAVY, Real
Tnknown, are notified to s, i \,
11 1 Hsu -1- 1,, 1 ii\ n|.,,. 'oinpln *
iigii 11-1 \ mi ..ii Plaintiffs .,:;.
I1EI HICK NI1II1 il.AS. 612 N \\
"Jth Avi Miami, l-'la.. and fill
1 ih Clerk of 'lii Court
In fore N'..\ i-mber -'".. 1963, 01 h
t-ompl in w ill be 1 ..nf. .1 1
DATEI.....
II I.EATHEHM V.N
1' "'i ,-..,i.
- ". i, nl the 1 'Ircuil Court
II K M I.YMAN,
1 'li rk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiMH'!-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin lictitloua names nf
Ph. Wedding sin.pi.. : The Bridal
i'aili; Welcome llrltle al .011 Coral
Way, Miami inl.nils to regbiter nald
name with 1I1. Clerk of the Circuit
1 ;ouri ul li.nl- County, llnrlda.
MARIAN l-KP.i:i'ii:i.l)
Sole iwiii-r
in iv-:'".. 11/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tin EX that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
si N COSMETICS BEATTY MI'S
.! 136! n.p: I'.'.'.i Street, No, Miami
1:. bi li Intends to sr sa i-i na me
i.iiii ili- Clerk of ih- Circuit Court
of Pad.- County, Klnrlda.
SUN BE \l "l Y A 11 VRBER
SI TI'I.Y in IXC.
1 A P'la. COI p I
10. l-ll-18-M
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, .N CHANCERY
No O'C 10538
111: VVILLI \.yis;.i i:,:ii
SA VINOS H VNK
i'lali
rilOMAS A. PATI
I .. 1.
N01ICE OF SUIT
1 \ toi II 1' .: : -i .111,1 Beati
a Carls '. his 11'-.
11 ii. 2nd Avi 11
Aurora, Ullni Is
Y.ni .1.. In ... ni |f|i ,|
ai.n\- captioiu n action has Ihi 11
11 in. .....n thi Circuit
Courl -t in. Eli .mil Judicial circuit
of i-'i..rid.1 in am) for Dade County 10
foreclose .1 mortgiige upon tin follow-
ing dean lea ,1 11 al propel 11 :
Lot 13, BiiK-k t SCOTT l.AKI'
MANOR, SECTION ONE, a, ordlng
to the Plat thereof, reonrded in plat
Book : at I'age Tn ..f the 1'iildl-
Recordg of l*ade County, Klorida,
iiiK-iher with Suburban tias Wall
pvi-i Oven Modi 1 M1 No, H-1IS:
siitiiii ii.m 1 Burner Oas ahardaae
I'nlt Model Tli No. 5223; Hotpoinl
li-lim.iMii.i- .N... iD*aa9: Vi-m-tian
Blinds: Parade Water 11. atcr Model
s:i"-i ex No. uiii.v.i
You are required to file ynur an-
thi
ul-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELCVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORID* IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 63C 10891
IHH I.AR S Wl.N'i ;s BA \K HI
\ i iK N K\\ YORK,
1
'Bit PET1 I.ia
Defi ml; 111-
NOTICE OF SUIT
. i
i : 11. -
1 '. 11 irried, their unl
nd If dea
d.....B, grant.
slanei-s, hVnors, 1 ditors, trust
ul hi r 1 claiming by. thri
..inl. i- in1 agalnal any >! the
named defendants who are .' 1
i are hereb) notified thai thi
llnv- captloned action has been 11
stitUted ima.nsi you In the C
1 mi ..1 the nth Judicial Circuit
Kloi Ida in and lor Dade Com 11
i. 1.. lose .1 mortgage upon the follov
bog dencrlbed real praperty:
Lot Pi. Block IJ SCOTT l.AK
MANOR, SECTION SIX, accordin.
in Hi- I 'lal thereof, recorded m I'l-
I'.ink 63 :ii Pan, 11 ol the l'uld
Records nf Dade Count). Klorida, ti
gether with Venetian Blinds, Wes
in-.-hi. is- Refrigerator lil.-i- at
Westlnghouae Vutomatic Waaher.
\> .r^Vv.:;':'1,:'M:,:,,'.::;:,,!il:'i^,^uv::i
serve a copy thereof 111 >- 11 plaint
Clerk nt tin- af.ir.saiii Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
au.ii-ni-y MARTIN EIXE, 1Mb Pi.nn-.
Haile Federal Building, Miami Z2
1 not Inter than Novemlier 5th,
1963, or a Decree li-o Confesso ill
be entered agalnal you.
DA'I ED ..I.
p: 11. LEATHBRMAN
1 'i. i., ..I Hi- 1 'ii-.-nit 1 'ourt
1 seal 1 By: C. P. Ct IPELAND
Deputy Clerk
MAIM IN I'INi:
\t in: m i : 1 Plaintiff
I 'ih P'I..... Dadi !'. d-ial Bldff-
Mlaini ::'. Plot Ida
in l-ll-lv-.'.'i
mt..111. \ MARTIN FINE, ilth Kloo
Dade Federal Building, Miami 3.
Klorida nol later than November '.''.
'.-I.:. or a Decree Pro Confesso w
In -m. n d agalnal > ou.
DAT El 1 'i in'., r IS, 1963
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Friday, October 25, 1963 %  fewls** fl k* Mton n Page 11? From left to right, meetinq at the Diplomat Hotel .u pian Miami's welcome to the 1,000 guests at the 32nd annual CJFWF Assembly are Delegate* Lounge Co-chairmen Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz and Mrs. Hair, Orleans, and Messaqe and Information Center Co-chairmen Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin and Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein. Mrs. Rubin is president of the National Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Goldstein is president o! the Jewish Family and Children's Service. Both are important beneficiary agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Miami Youth Is Appointed Top Cellist Robert Dcutsch. 17. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tcichner, 231 NE 164th Tor.. No. Miami Beach, lias been appointed principal cellist "t the All-Miami Youth Sym phony for the 1963-64 season under the direction of Robert A. Lawrence. An honor =tudcnt at North Miami Senior High School. Robert is nreside-t and Principal cellist of the school's orchestra, as well as a member of the Interact Service Club there. His other musical activities include principal cellist of the Mimi Reach Yoirh Symphony, the Gilbert and Sullivan Guild of Miami, and cellist of the Miami Youth String Quartet. He has just been selected for membership in the University of Miami student orchestra under the direction of B. Warren Signor. Next to music. Roberts favorIte school subject is advanced biology. Miamians Mcke Dean's List Two Miami students have bc< ; Damed to the Doan's List at Yesl va College, in New York City; D Isaac Bacon, dean, announced th week. They are Jerome Bass. 21. si or Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Bass, 16i %  SW 10th St., a senior majoring i mathematics; end Saniord Rei hard. 20. son of Harold Reinhar 1831 Coral Gate Dr.. a junior majoring in political science. ROBERT DfUTSCH College Begins Sessions Hero Planning for the Saturday night cocktail party, a traditional highlight of the CJFWF General Assembly, are (left to right) Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, one of the co-chairmen of the Miami Hcst Committee. Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland. and Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Friedland and Mrs. Blank are co-chairmen for the party which preceeds the traditional assembly banguet. American Hero To be Subject A regular meeting of the Ner 1'an I Sisterhood will be held on' 1 "day. 10 a.m., In the Sklar Auditorium of the Temple. Following the business agenda, MrLouis Cohen will introduce' Mrs Sanford Jacobson, who will review the "Life of a Great American Hero, Col. David (Mickey). Marcui." Regular donor games will contmue in the afternoon, lunch is optional Mrs. Henrietta Fine is president. Collage of Jewish Studies of ; the Bureau of Jewish E lucati in [opened t hi week its two branches at Beth David and Beth Torah Congregations, with sessions on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. A thud branch for Hebrew teach |ers opened on Oct. 15. with Dr. .Nathaniel Soroff as instructor. The forum at Beth David on "Justice and Judaism" was initiated by Rabbi Norman X. Shapiro, and the forum at Beth Torah on "Major Trends in Jewish Thought" was addressed by Rabbi Max Lipschilz. The second forum sessions will be addressed on Oct. 29 by Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and on Oct. 31 by Rabbi Samue! M. Machtei, of Temple B'nai Sho'om. Registration is'.L'l open I ir the forum Bessioi s, as well as for courses in Hebrew aid History at s p.m. in the two congregational branches.The Bureau's television program, "Living Hebrew," will begin its sixth year of broadcasting 00 Station WTIIS, Ch. 2. The series of 20 weekly broadcasts will begin Oct. 31 at 7 p.m. The broadcasts will be devoted to social Hebrew based on a new text, "Arakhim," published by the Bureau and written by Schwartzman and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Schwartzman will again be the television Instructor. Folk School Will Fete Fall Opening Official opening Of the Dav Pinski Folk School fall semest will be celebrated on Saturday evening at the Farband Centt 832 Washington Ave. Entertainment will featui ; Michl Gibson, well-known Yiddi i actor of the Maurice Schuai Art Theatre; Cantor Hir.-ch Merc bein, conductor of the Miami Beach Community Singers; ar I Jacob Frachter, in i e idings : I Inski's works. i H Peers elected ;' t thi ist me ing i t th • group are Max B 1st lent; Bernard Purman a leaac Dnnen, vice president Mendel Chomitz, cultural ch man: Abraham Ravinsky, treasi er; Mrs. Max Aster, AirMe) Kahn, secretaries; Mrs. M. Ru ii stein, hostess chairman. Executive committee memrx are Mis. Dora Otfenhenden. Mi Sarah Bobier. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Chaet. Mr and Mrs. A. Bergma Mrs. Abraham Havinsky. and M Rebecca Ishlon. i I ADL Executive to Speak Alan Caruba. assistant direct • ol the Anti-Defamation Leagu will be guest speaker at a brea fast meeting of Tiferoth Jac( i Men's Club on Sunday at 10 a.i Topic will be "A Jew Looks Civic Liberties." I NOW OPEN + 21st off Collins Ave. T A Miami Beach ^^^r WoM 3 amoiu t m urn I. &f STEAKS RIBS T BEEF "( %  Wl CAISAI U1AD BANQUET FACILITIES ffo Porting L OWN All YIA* &f JE 8-0523 It | s Ir ytur CHIP INS 1 E£jftag&>rs£ free u ) %  %  Sit I ML Salutes the B1!S'NES& MAN C e THE WEEK IVAN KIBITT Prnfhieer .>.• Director ol ""' Merry^o-Round Theatre OPENS FOR The SEASON SERVING DAILY FROM 4 TO 10 P.M. SUNDAY 12 NOON TIL 10 P.M. THE HOFBRAU HAUS on the corntr %  I MIIKH Mile. Cl. Ml 446-7031 Fw lj-0ut Service HALLANDALE, FLORIDA Phont HOLLYWOOD WA 2-7223 %  t. :.. i



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October 25, 1963 vJwisfi rkwIdUmr Paqe 3-A Urge Replacing Arabs on UN Unit WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The "Egypt's reversal til her present loans repayable in local currencies United States was urged Mo: day armament policy so M>*td erase are'Outstanding m a report on the Middle Bast to pi eduction of missile.--, warplanes, ^ on rjruei ina said that except seek replacement ol Arab emsubmarines, and other implement[or keeping commitments preployeea of the United Nations Reof war dearly designed for ag< viously made, the U.S. economic lief and Works Agent* by a U-dtgressive purposes." assistance program for Syria ,• should be stopped, lie addeJ that ..I Nations Middle East Peace The Gruening report cal|ed at lhe rj.S. economic assistance proCorps composed oi volunteers entjon to cornplK atlons t 0 ne*in.iram lor Jordan should be continued at the same or higher levf.om other countries countries involved. than the ed with loans to I-rael and other countries that are repayable in ; els with a review of U.S. technical Sen. Ernest Grusning, Alaska local currency When repaid in I ical currency, the local money is at the recent quarterly meeting in Orlando of the Departed Florida, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, fare left to right) Florida Commander Emanuel Mandel; Mrs. .Vander, president of the Florida Auxiliary; Mis. Ann president of the Orlando Auxiliary; Harold Roussmmander of Orlando Post; and Orlando Mayor RobE Zurr. Revlti to be Honored Saturday Night; Ben. Morse Will be Guest Speaker eph Mansbach, dinner chairman; Louis Reinjfe.n, co-chairman; Scl Frankel, chairman of the committee of hosts; anc 1 Mrs. Elsie Belsky, chairman of the women's committee. issistance projects to concentrate upon projects of a more immediate Democrat, woo submitted the re-. 1 |logUy |oane d for the economic beMficial nature to Jordan's econport to the Subcomnutlce on Re( |evelopnient of the aided couuom,c development, organization aid International Or|( v Because the loans are re The details ol the Omening proganization of th' Committee on p; v ; ,i i t w jt n interest, the fund ol -ram for the Arab refugee situaGovernment Operations of the U.S. i oca | currencies available is contioa.were as follows: The United Senate—Of which he is a memslun ji v increasing An example States should exercise immediate ber—pointed oul thai over pertiu ( |' in m re por1 was Israel. leadership in and out of the Umtcenl oi the employees of th< e d Nation-, offering, if necesUNRWA were themselves Arab "Our aid pro-ram In Israel is > .. ry (() |);iv ,| u lota j COi but refugees. He stated that these al an end and the aid mission making even effort to have the employees had been given the withdrawn. However, during the ( ., ls| ^ared. in proposing the foltask of rehabilitating the Arab next 10 years, our embassy in Is[ ow j ng ,,,„.. i ; m: refugees, an objective contrary to roe! will be called upon to negobellefs .1 the Arab refugee em tiate new loans in Israeli pounds 1The establishment of a UN in the amount of S25u.(iuu.uon. Mid. le East Peace I orps, along our total aid program to Israel the lines of our Peace Corps, comIrom 1953 to 1963 was $392,000,000." %  Posed of volunteers Horn countries other than the countries inoyees. \ u Revitz. civic and busiI : and president of Teni ah, will be honored SalI,' if al a dinner in the) I a Hotel i .. i] Wayne Morse will he aker and present the Ismption Year Award to |i;, Mi. who will be honored lor his to the land of Israel, the iMacl. and the Faith of I I Tht dinner committee is headed b. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, spiritual leader of Temple Mencrab, nonorary chairman; Josp>'OsT "•31B 'NttOW Tin BETH DIN OFFICE R£BBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1C61 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Prominently active on behalf of many community causes. Revitz has lor the past two years served as chairman of the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Prior to coming to Miami, he achieved a noteworthy record as a community leader in Chicago Sen Morse is a ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and has been distingu [shed for ins Independence of mind and his identification with humanitarian principles. He has won roc ignition for his stand on vital Isgut affecting United states and Israel relations. IS Yean bptritscr' Home Owned Home Oacialti' TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? 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Sen Gruening, reporting on his visit to Cairo and study of the V.S. aid program to Nasser, conThe report asked: "Will not the interference of the United States in the local economic development of a nation be resented so long after the original loan has been made and when we are loaning not dollars but local currencies?" It expressed fear that "the United States will never be able to get off the treadmill unless Congress lays down some ground rules as to how much local currencies should be spent in the future." volved, to work wilh the refugees in a well-financed program to educate and train the refugees, to help them obtain employment in the Aral) countries or elsewhere, to assist financially in their resettlement in thenplaces of employment, including resettlement grants and the granting of loans and grants from Public Law 480 proceeds. 2. Present locally-hired employees Of I'NKVVA should he replaced by Peace Corps employees, who The report suggested re-nego-1 should be international public s. ieluded that ^America is siibsidizliating the loan a jreements where-j vents, as soon as these locally-hired ing Nasser's militarism and agever possible, offering great inemployees of INRWA can be ret ression. The report recommend ducements for repayment in doltrained and placed in jobs else* led that continuance of aid to lars. A second suggestion was where, being given training and Egypt he conditioned on its carthe establishment of an education resettlement grants. financial ryina out the terms of the UN settrust fund in those countries where assistance in resettling their 1am' tlement of the Yemen dispute and our aid program is at an end and ilics. and purchasing homes. Current Dividend fULt 4 1 O/ P er > nm,r _i./0 paid and compounded qulittfljl It Stands TALL When You Need It Most... 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rrge 8-A PjmtsiiTier id/ton Friday. October 25, ADRESSES REFORM COMBINED CAMPAIGN 1963 Sen. Javits Says Democratic Ideals Must Be Disseminated Abroad by Americans At a meeting Sunday in the Fontainebleau Hotel, leaders here pledge Iheir support of '.e Ami, twin city of Greater Miami now beg built in Israel under the auspices of the >wish National Fund Council. Left to right c e Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Leon I. Ell, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz, Rabbi Solomon Schiff and Zev W. Kogan. Seated foreground (left to right) are Marshall Comis. Mrs. Pearl Comis, and Mrs. Miriam Press. Religious Leaders Pledge Support of JNF Me Ami Project Now Building in Israel MIAMI DUCATION AT CONVl NT/ON PAGE JJ-4 .wish religious leadership Sun<'.-. pledged its complete support Me Ami. the settlement now Deconstructed in Israel, and r. med in honor of Greater Miami iy "' a luncheon held at the J ntainebleau Hotel, Eighteen rabbis, representing 18 G ater Miami congregations, 24 icers an I directors of the Jew;• i National Fund Council of ( •.•ater Miami. 15 congregational sklent, and tour B"nai B"rith %  ders voted unanimously to apve a resolution pledging their • 'port ol Me Ami. and dedicating Jewish month ol Nissan, which -inliar. 14 and ends Apr. 12. a.'NF month. The resolution cited the Jewt ~t National Fund "for over 60 ears in the reclamation, imt< %  oration and afforestation of the :nd of Israel, transforming its rrarshes and wastelands." he resolution also declared that c land development for new der settlements has become an i-ential need to insure the securot the Slate of Israel." adding t the Greater Miami Jewish < nmunity pledges "our support 1 the Jewish National Fund Couni of Greater Miami in its vital i • lertaking to establish Miami's sister city in Israel. Me Ami. which is strategically situated on the Jordanian border." The resolution urged Greater Miami Jewry 'to accept and rededicate itself to achieve this pur pose," declaring 'that the month oi Nissan shall henceforth be known as 'JNF Month'." The resolution also called upon •every Jewish congregation in Greater Miami to set aside one evening for congregational Jew ish National Fund participation, thus assuring the completion and successful fruition of Me Ami, a border settlement which shall strengthen the security of the State of Israel." "American Jews *re building ramparts of defense against poverty, ignorance and hostile people. Refugee Jew* chased from country to country will at last find a haven of peace and useful living in Me Ami," said Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, cochairman of the board of directors of the Jewish National Fund, and recently returned from a visit to Me Ami. "Miami Jews can well be proud of their accomplishments in lending a helping hand to future generations," said Rabbi Abramowitz. Youth Worship Temple Zamora emple Zamora announces the rt of its Junior Congregation the new school year to begin . v. \\ llll.in I" 11 i in .i n \\ • i. hi. .in.! Mi r ., i> • r ii H -|, • I i % % % %  %  rtabl*l Norman Shapiro and Mn> I s. itlin, Belli i • %  • :•! man > "h.i lun-r Itrtll I'll I 'mm n Hal lull Mrs. Max Thurnlun, IMh .lat'oli -ieical i'ii i: lihl Mas I ti- lm/ mil .i, -.i>h Sfhmli : ISa-th Toi ah Ballon. Rabbi l in\ .'t Ilow nfi |,l, (•'.,_ Ici -Granaila Ji -ii I'enti Mn Li unard I;,.-, n. Il> In \* \. .M1, m.> Rabbi IVtvlil I.. In • i. Ill anil I. ;i~ I I'lll.lin. Kill -. th i-i." 1 i %  Rabbi 2e\l tlitfiiwalri ",.: \i Jerome Sim.-. Southwr*! Jewlnh I'en'. i.i. Rabbi Hamui I .lafi,. Tempi; Bi I!. Kl ..i" Holl} n I. Rabbi M..' i IK 8ko|i. Temple Beth Shirah: I: ibbl I. on Kronish. Jaillen Albert anil Mr!•• Levin, Tempi Belli Kholom: Ralibi Nathan Zwltman ami Abe s. li.„ nf.i.i. Temple B'nal Aliriihain: Rabbi fctnmuel M Machtal and Judd Merl, Ti inI'll B'nal Sholoni; in-. Irvinic l..lnman. Temple Kiii.iiin-KI: Rabbi M. *. Ahramowitt. Temple Menorah; Rabbi Mi is, h, II Hi.„.:,-. Temple Zamora: ami Rabbi Henrj Wernli k. Til. i, th Israel Nurthnlile .l>i-li I'enter, B'nal B'rlth pi, nidi mwere Mr* Ruth I'HIVI, Chal t'ha|>ter; Mis M,,i ion Arm.. SlioHh ma I'hapti i I', ril • l: Alnalei Ullhei i Balkln i.,,ilm uml SanTord Swerillin, Sholem Loiljre. %  INK lea I. I |..-. >ei i ivetv .\| T .,,,,| Mrs. Jnhan I. Bet man, Mi and Mix William Boriistiln, Marshall ••..mi-. Mra. I'earl r l: > '"' -la< "!• Spund, Mr. ami Mr.Sam tk'haihno, \i Sherman, ami Joshua /. St.,,i|.in By Special Report Private industry must join with government in "evangelizing lor freedom" abroad. Sen. Jacob K. Jnvits declared Monday night at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, at the American Judaism award dinner held in his honor, sponsored by the Combined \ Campaign for American Reform Judaism. The Neu York Republican Sen 1 ator told the 3(X) guests at the dinBiblical Paintings At Temple Israel Artist John Shavn opened an exhibit of 38 paintings from the Old Testament at Temple Israel of Greater Miami on Wednesday. The ghow will run through Nov. 10. The 125 paintings lean toward the expressionist-symbolic, with Shayn employing scholarly symbolism. The exhiinv.on at Temple Israel "ill he the lust outside the Greater Neu York area and is sponsored by the Seraphim Bib Heal Art Foundation of America From Miami, it will be sent to Chicago tor viewing at the biennial convention oi the Union of American Hebrew Congregations This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors, T* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT %  !£ $ 4 95 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDID-INSURED-GUARANTEED it 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FREE FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 ORANGE JUICE WE "ACK EM RITE HERE 8 AM TO 10 P M DAILY Firms of prestige ii the business and civic lite of jour community. FIRMS INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PLEASE CAU HI 8-4994 Concert Pianist On UM Faculty Dr. Rosalina Sackstein, Cubanborn concert pianist, has the Universitj ol Miami School o( Music ;is an instructor in the ry, Acting Dean Joseph Tarpley an pounced Wednesday she luil !s the degrees ol Doctor of Pedagogy from the University of Havana and professor ot piano and violin ftom the Conservatorio di Musics de Camaguey. In October. 19.50 she made her New York debut as a concert pianist in Town Hall and later toured both the U.S. and Cuba. Among her teachers were Claudlo Arrau, Rafael tie Silva. and Mine Isabella Vengerova, Mrs. Sackstein. her husband, Harold, and their two children live at nisi SW 59th Ter tier that "a significant info,m 3 „ on break through on the irlenlo,,,, front is within our grasp it ../,.' draw the U.S. private sector" im the effort "to tell the w., r |,| vh wc believe in and what we are doing to advance the can-,. 0 | pi ac and freedom." Sen. Javits received the A mcr ican Judaism Award for hli years of public service dedicated !o the principle of equality ot all men under Cod.it was presenl ed by Jack Davis. New York civic leader and general chairman .,i the Combined Campaign fur Amrr ican Reform Judaism The Cam' naign is the fund-raising arm o[ the national institutionof Ajn er ican Reform Judaism in the Wei tern Hemisphere: the Union ol American Hebrew Co and the Hebrew Union i Jewish Institute of Reli Charles Frost, prominent New York industrialist, was chairman of the committee for the S100 a plate dinner. Gov. N|. son A. Rockefeller, former Gov. Herbert H. Lehrman and Mayor Robert F. Wagner were the dinner's honorary chairmen. in his address, Sei I cil %  ii for "mobilixinj <•.•.both private and ic' ti i' interact Soviet pi '. nited stateInformal ., II -. id, does not havi Is to allow it in adaquaU j I Latin Ame ica i i mployed by the i %  • %  i in its limited bud I \ York legi lator <' overs i remarkahij i i activities \\ ithin n i il has mad.a start in i i oi Deration "f busini -s voluntary n ligioui and •.i organizations s > being done — saj ibo il ter of the Job — but i enough." Among avail ible reso lould be used in greater mepsure Sen. Javits Cited over :tl n copies of American magi ibroad and an aatim itei 25ii mil lion people who pa) n "i mn picture NOW! Highest Dividends' Paid in Dade County! A',-'" "HD DlViPf •. S C0MP' 'iDFO QLARUSLT FREE GIFTS rom a "ywhere in the United States Free ,ran s'er of funds f |Wniversity^ ^ *** %  • ""0 >OAN A$SOC*.,ON jiederetl CO*l OAHIi W "-. Mil ., „ ono# -# L#on OPEN FR,DAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 PM



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Friday. October 25, 1963 *• Jewish Ikx-kUan Page 5-A IITTER TO THE EDITOR Noblest Don't Always Survive Tyranny Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet (left) presents John Evans, special assistant to Gov. Farris Bryant, with a bumper strip, proclaiming Metro Dade County an All-America City, during a break in the State Association of County Commissioners recent convention at the Diplomat Hotel. Evans was a speaker at one of the sessions, discussing "Cold War Education in Florida." Spaet introduced Evans before his address. Ben-Gurinn Urges Extending Educatkn Benefits Upward TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Former President David Ben-Gurion, adIrcssing 3.000 delegates and guests dt the annual convention of the Mapai Party this week, stressed the need for Israel to bridge the tducational gap between its population of Western origin and ihosi who had come from the lessdeveloped African and Asian regions. Receiving an overwhelming ovalion from his party adherents. Mr Ben Gurion -..id he would not Huh on political or security probems "which are in good hands." Instead, he told his party that Israel must become "an academicnation." He demanded that i y Israeli receive at least 17 i .ii dt education, from the age Mo,he Sharett, chairman of (he Jewish Apency executive, 'old the convention that Mapai fad "a very ddrk future if it continues to deal with day-today problems, in which there are already appearances of lack of the just and human approach." He urged that Mapai renew ideologic discussions "to refresh our way of thinking and study practical views." Messages of greetings and support were received from the Socialist International and from Harold Wilson, leader of the British Labor Party. The Socialist International noted, in its message, that its recent congress at Amsterdam had called on the Soviet Government to cease anti Jewish discrimination, and to permit emi gration for purposes of family re unification. The Socialist International expressed %  w armest thanks" for Mapai's participation in the Socialist government "We would like the delegates to the Mapai con vention to know." the messagt (Iceland, "that an Important ser vice was rendered to the Social ist International by the distin guished representative whom Ma i ai put at its disposal for a mis sion to Africa. Latin Ameri .i and Malta, These were imp rtant political assignments which Mapai helped us to fulfill" Mr. Wilson, in his message, cil ed hi"happj recollections"' from his visit to Israel lie recalled that, prior to becoming the head of the British Labor Party. "1 "as able to get an Insight Into the work of both Mapai aid llistadrut. the Israeli Federation of Labor EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Hannah Arendt's book. "Eichniann in Jerusalem." stirred up great excitement among people interested in this subject. She is trying to present the Eichmann case from an angle which no one dared to do. which of course caused her to receive a lot of publicity, but at the price of distorting : the truth and hurting her own people. She accomplishes this by trying to present Eichmann as a man of feeling, who was completely misunderstood by the Jews, when he merely carried out orders for their extermination. With great effort. she pictures Eichmann as a correct and efficient officer, who was a faithful servant of his superiors | when he organized the deportation of millions of Jews to the extermination camps. In her endeavor to plant doubt in people's minds regarding Eichmann's activities, she sometimes succeeds by her excellent style and through the telling of a lot of half-truths, as well as by the evasion of important facts. However, she goes too far in presenting the Jewish leaders in the ghettos as despots, whose intentions were to rule their own people with the purpose of hastening their exterminations. These unfortunate leaders were only appointees of the Germans, who tried desperately to help their brethren, within the limited possibilities available to them. It is a sad fact that there were no possibilities open to them at all. To accuse these victims of cooperation, while failing to take into consideration tile perfect strategy built up by the Germans in their extermination program, is merciless. Although the prevailing hum;>n conditions during the holocaust and the basic instinct of self-pros ervation were important factors, nevertheless the heroism of the Jews was outstanding, as manifested by their spirit of self-sacrifice in assisting their fellow-men to defend themselves in the most helpless situations. Such sacrifice and simple moral convictions are now beyond belief to persons such as Hannah Arendt. It is remarkable that Miss Arendt has understanding and finds justification for the activities of the S.S. Einstaz gruups. when it is well known that these groups performed the duty of exterminating the Jews. She also feels that the prosecutor, Gideon Hausner. who spoke in the name of six million Jewish martyrs, was a "cheap orator" and that the judges felt that he exaggerated the disaster. She is sad that the world acknowledges Hausner's excellent presentation of the case. Of course, in her opinion, the capture and trial of Eichmann was a political maneuver of the State of Israel to blackmail Germany and frighten the Arabs, and not a national duty of the Jewish State. Even the judges' stands at the trial were regarded by her as be. ing built too tall, thus frightening Eichmann. She even complains that Eichmann's own counsel. Dr. Robert Servatius, didn't pay attention to his claim that he saved thousands of Jews, and she's unhappy that nobody believed him. She makes a point that the S.S. often intervened to save Jews for humanitarian reasons. Of course, she forgets to mention that these S.S. only acepted big bribes for these "humanitarian" deeds. The taking of bribes went against the grain of her favorite, Eichmann, and he therefore was very angry at Becher who accepted monies from Kastner. Eichmann's forte of course was lives — not money. In the bitter winter of 19-rthere was parachuted into Hi gary by the Jewish Undergrou ; a girl — Hannah. She volunteei t to go and fight the Eichman there and to organize her brethn She was also a writer, only 5 believed in what she wrote. Hi inah Szenes — as many others — didn't succeed; she was caiiand executed by the Nazis. Years later. Hannah Arendt < theorizing in the warm chambi of East Side Manhattan. Hann i Arendt was lucky to escape En mann in time, and to survive, but Hannah Szenes died lor the can Not the noblest survived, But I noble survive honorably. MAURICE GOLDRir.3 Miami Beach EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian Television Station WTHS, Ch Z. last week presented a film on ;• %  rael—one of five on this subject Permit me through The Jew.-i Floridian to convey to the manaj.ment of the station, in the nat ol some 1.200 members, our app.iciation and thanks for this film At a time when some men a"? endeavoring to capitalize on bigotry, hate and intolerance, the p sentation of this film deserves big i praise and recognition from fair-minded people. We extend to Station WTHS r U? felicitations and best wishes : continued excellent service in t te cause of progress and humanity. DR. SIMON WILENSKY, Preside Poale Zion of Greater Miam Dr. Unferman to Speak Dr. Isaac L'nterman will guest speaker ai the I. L. Pen: Worwmen's Circle Schol. 1545 S .' 3rd St.. on Tuesday. Oct. 29. I Unterman will discuss "How Je Live in Israel Today." Dr. Goldmann Denies He Barred Repsrt Last Year NEW YORK — (JTA) — Dr. Nahum Goldmann, in his capacity as president of the World Jewish Congress, issued a statement this week taking issue with a New York Times report from Rome declaring that the declaration on Catholic Jewish relations— MOW being printed by the Vatican for distribution among the Fathers attending the Ecumenical Council—was ready for submission at the first session of the Council last year but was tabled because Dr. Goldmann had an nounced in Rome that Dr. Chaim Wardi, director of Christian affairs for the Israeli Ministry of Religion, would attend the Ecumenical Council as an unofficial ibserver representing the Congress. Dr. Goldmann declared the "whole story is completely wrong." He said that Dr Wardi was never appointed as unofficial observer to the Ecumenical Council, and Dr. Goldmann never announced his appointment. Some Israeli papers, he stated, reported about the intention of the World Jewish Congress to appoint Dr. Wardi and an Italian News Agency took over this story. Dr. Goldmann pointed out that he was always aware of the fact that an observer to the Council has to be invited by the Council and that the possibility to appoint luch an no possibility to appoint such an official observer. "As a matter of tact," Dr. Goldmann said, "on several occasions I advised Cardinal Bea not to pursue the idea of Inviting Jewish observers to the Ecumenical Council because of the opposition of Jewish Orthodoxj to it and the likelihood of an Internal Jewish conflict whether to accept such an invitation or not which would only be harmful from the point of view of improving Jewish-Catholic relations which all Jewish organizations wish to bring about Kl I \i'l II CWII-M i ..RMN NIC. IK U.SPII I. 11. u>! :-\ II 11 t.Y. Soft Whiskey foolsvou.lt swallows easy So easy you forget that it's 86 proof:



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Friday. October 25. 1963 *"Jenisft Flcrid/an Page 13-B at ^Hltzvalt Samuel Roth ,iig Lchsaji will offic, Uie Bar Mitzvah of Sam• during services Satur,> a j n %  :nng. Oct. 26, at Temple i gam i :an eighth grade student ;,: Ida M. FUher Junior High, is a member of the Irack team and the band. Other juteri include carpentry, fishveterinary medicine. Mr and Mrs. Burnett Roth will have reception at home in their ., n : nor on Saturday, 9 %  : Robert Hoffman sanctuary of Beth David v ill b< the site of the Bar MitzRobert Michael Hoffman oi Si rday morning, Oct. 26. bi Norman N. Shapiro official Robert participates in all ath letic sports and is also interested In (Iran.;, and public speaking Mr and Mrs. Leon Hotfman are <>f the celebrant, Steven Fein I; T • on Kninish will officiate al Bar Ifitivah of Steven loin Saturday morning, Oct. j ai ile Beth Sholom. 51 a student of the Beth Firmation class 5725. %  the celebrant are Mr, ilberl Fein, 8'j.-> Fairit} 1 Richard Rosen i; c son o| Mr. and Mrs. I] ji| -• i. 7:;i Paradiso, will be •, (in Saturday morning, |i Temple Judea. RabIb. M rn>cai Podet and Cantor | L hards will officiate. \ :h grade student at l! >n Junior High, Richla. i pit; un* in the symphonic [i let di % Dr. Gene C. Scarbrough TAKES PlEASORE IN ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF NEW AND LARGER OFFICES AT 3160 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA FOR THE PRACTICE OF CHIROPRACTIC Office Hours Gy Appointment Telephone 444-1659 Forum Discussion At Dade Heights A forum discussion on the amendments coming up for votes on Nov. 5 will be held at Dade Heights Congregation on Sunday at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served and there will be no admission charge. Panel membeis will be Com mis sioner Tom Sasso. Commissioner Robert Brake. Charles Nelson, and Harold A. Greene. Moderator is Sanford L. Muchnick. POSITION WANTED by Experienced SEXTON. BAAL K0REH and BAAL TFILAH. To contact please call 532-4092 LEAVING ON EXTENDED TOUR of Europe & Israel—intelligent young tran will undertake to handle business affairs, real estate transactions and taxes. Strictly confidential. Write to 1. M., Box 2973, Miami, Ha., 33101 SINGLE ROOM FOR RENT in SW private home of business woman. Kitchen privileges f desired. No other roomers. Excellent bus transportation. References exchanged. Call eves or all day Saturday HI 86666 HEAR Jacob Schachter Play Your Favorite Yiddish Music MON.-FRI. 11 A.M. 1 2 NOON & SUN. 3:15-4:15 P.M. HEAR SUCH ALLTJME FAVORITES AS • JAN PEERf'E'S CANTORIAL MASTERPIECES • RHYTHM SONGS OF ISRAEL • DAVID KiSEYlTSKYS GEMS OF THE SYNAGOGUE • SISNG ALONG WITH ME, featuring BIX AH LANDAU • SIIIOH BELARSKYS JEWISH FOLK SONGS • MIRIAM KRESSYN AND MANY OTHERS ON WEDR-FM 99.1 MEG ON YOUR FM DIAL •VOW LIVE DAILY FROM TiffBLACKSTONB HOTEL. UOO WASH. AVE.. JI.II.



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Pag 2-B +.teistnnirMlairi Cedars Women Enroll Members Twenty-six new members were enrolled in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary at the organization's kick-off luncheon last week at King's Bay Yacht and Country Club. Presidenl Mrs. Ted Lotterman introduced Sanford K. Bronstein, hospital administrator, who cited the in-service program of the women's unit, particularly those working in the Lobby Shop. Three veteran volunteers who had worked over 500 hours each at the gift shop received the "500Hour Pin." a special award initiated last year. Recipients were ftirs. Morris Blau. Mrs. Gertrude Dunner, and Mrs. Frank Perlman. Bronstein singled out for recognition 15 volunteers who have given 3.100 hours of volunteer ser-' vice in all the Auxiliary programs combined. New members who signed up are Mesdames Stanley Brandeis. Loretta Bernstein, Bernard Cron-; in, Invin Cutler, Jack Furman.. Virginia Gary. Pedro Greer. Faye Gunshaw, Leo Katz, Alexander Kernish. Irene Knight. Louis Levin and Dorothy Levine. Also Mesdames Howard Levy. I Perry London, Sylvan Lipkin, Albert Levick. Murray Mandell, Bea Marinello, Sandra Morrell, Frieda Kobson, Robert Schweitzer, Stanley Watts, David Wernicoff, Sanford Zabler and Milton Zucker-, man. Friday, October 25. Federation Ladies Map Program Rehearsing before the presentation of the skit entitled "Sail on Sisterhood," written by Mrs. J. Bernard Spector, vice president of Sisterhood, are Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Mrs. Jose Ventura, Mrs. J. Bernard Spector and Mrs. Solomon Goldman. Irving Laibson, pianist, is the accompanist. Other members of the cast not shown are Mrs. Leo Levin, Mrs. Stanley Arkin, Mrs. Bennett Lee. The skit was featured at the opening membership tea of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom last week in the Sisterhood Lounge. Mrs. Leo Levin is Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Seymour Silverman vice president in charge of membership, was chairman of the day. Gershwin Ladies Slate Luncheon Annual paid-up membership tirnational Charm Assn., will luncheon of George Gershwin speak on 'Charm Becomes %  < WornLodge, Ladies' Auxiliary, is callan at Any Age."' and musical seed for Saturday. 12:30 p.m.. at the lections will be presented. Bel Aire Hotel. M IS Harry Eilcn is chairman of Ted Cohen, president of the Inthe day. MrAnna Brenner Meyers. president of the r'riU-nition of Jewifh Women. H 3 host to an execuiivc committee meeting of the group at her home on Tuesday. (HI. 17. Mrs, Benedict Silverman. chair man 0 HM Ymit-g Malrons. was i pn d a rapweeatetrrc to the Wetter Ptannmg Commit:*,', and n was mnoiinced that the tirst general meeting will bo an educational con fe rence the first ok in January. Mrs. Charles P. Fein berg, 'i.'e president of education. will chair the event. Urs. Stilton Sirkin. parliamentarian, will chair the By-Laws Committee, aaabited by Mrs. Gerald P Soltz. Mr~ Irving Lehrman and Mrs. jean C. Lehman, and Mrs Sidney Lewis will serve as chairman <>i the Nominating Committee. An intorfaith meeting sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Women is being planne.i for Feb. 6. co chaired by Mrs. Milton Sirkm and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Indoctrination of presidents in -mall group> will be held by the chairman, Mrs. Jean C Lehman. The presidents in turn will educate the organization momlicrsh.p to the responsibilities of the Jewish community. Executive committee meetings will be held four time> a year, in addition to the general comn s ,,,,, 'ine> ... sored by the Federation i %  sh Women. M A OU5S A Ct TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Ye. there s Yora To spirit ia *•'* fine ici .. "flavor crushed* for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas•re with your fieishiis and •ilchits and bcicr meal refreshment... Certified Kosher mder nna Rabl-uUcal SuptrUttcm What size does your hunger come in? 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rage 4-B frH i #• rkriiinr Friday, October 25 loc, Socialite ... *y Israeli furriers, whose main specialty in fars has been limited to broadtail Consul of Los Angeles. Amiel Brown, who formerly held an Israel Government agency post in Miami Beach, translated all the material passing between Lowell. E Kling. director of Israel Export Institute, and S Goor Arie. director of Textile and Leather Division Culmination of the correspondence was a show in uhich 12 furriers par ticipated. and 40 furs were exhibited to the press ... In gratitude for his help in making the show an outstanding success, the Furriers Institute planted 25 in the name of Merrill Scienc i iei led is the way Mrs !' n :. Zinner describes her Her husband has a •little lab set up in t^ir home son Michael 16. won ., i irst at the State Science \-„, r Z ndtf.—rrtroghter Kfire n r Q been selected to go „/ c Canaveral to present a Title: "Experimental Ev, deneof Spaces Between Atom, and Molecules" She II be th youngest of seven entrants from Dade County compelin in t|,. Youth Science Con-ire-.. sp0n sored by the Science Teachers of America Mrs z m ner devotes her own considerable talents to Cedars of Lebanon Hos pitals Auxiliary. Four girls named Pallet at tended the big Suburban Lea; Jc fashion show and luncheon "aKing's Bay Countr\ t"iub doing their bit for the Var::y Chil tfren's Hospital ber.n;t Un Norton (Gloria! Pall-t || n Ronald (Gloria Pall • Ua Richard (Roslyni Pallot, anc Mr Howard (Bar! Katzen. Sn unusucl fashion in fashion shows will be r.troduced at the Israel-International Fashion ~es::val, one of the highlights of the Eleanor ^..-rsevelt-Israel Humanitarian Award Lunchror. on Friday Nov. 1 at the Fontainebleau -iotei. Rather than a name" commentator. he commentar.es for the collection of out-;—.a:ng haute coutures will be daughters or %  .c;::-.:ers-in-law of patrons ot the luncheon. \rr.or.g commentaors will be .from left Mis. rving Cowan, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Friedar.d; Mrs. Roben Mcgoon. daughter of Mrs. Den B. Ruskin; Mrs. Melvin G:eene. daughter of Mrs. A. J. Harris: and Mrs. L'.oyd RUSK::: daughter-in-law of Mrs. Den B. Ruskir.. (? %  commentators, not shown, will be Mrs. Ronald Albert daughter-in-law ol Mrs lames M bert: Mrs. Need Arr.du: daughter o: Mrs. Isadore Hech: Mrs. Jerry Blank, dau law c: Mis. Scan Blank; Mrs. Marshall Harris daughter end Mrs. Ror.ai^ Lipton in-law ci Mrs. Jose;:h M. Lipton; Mrs Sam Luby Jr., daughter-in-law of Mrs Sam S:. Mrs. Donald M. Ga:r.-? a,: law of Mrs. Mac Gache: end Mrs. Jch:\ Shapiro daughter of Mrs. Sydney Gasn. Have pot roast, Kasha and gravy ton : ~ht! fKASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK rn "** reC peS and m nu ldeas for modern mea!s F p and entertaining with Kasha. Address request atKVEI to: Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan. New York MAN, THAT'S A DISHI Prime Minister's Daughter Will Come To Miami to Present Humitarian Award Continued from Page 1-B lttee which interviews and looses prospective volunteer setm Plans for the Israel-Eleanor MeeveM Humanitarian Award ancneon were being completed is week by Mrs Blank and her lauaittee of Patrons Members : the Patrons Committee include Elise A Adams. James '.'.. Albert. Sidney D Ansin. Josh L Arkin. Jacob M Ar\oy i; ten Louia Bresler, Jack earner. -' C Fine. Ben } %  %  -. :\ FriedUnd. Mac Gache. Charles Hall. A I rris :Hecht. Benjamin N. Kane. Jack Katzman. Mesdames Inez M. Krensky. Chester \V. Krone. Leon Kronish. Irving Lehrman. Joseph M. Lipton. tessie Litt. Sam L. Luby Sr.. Alex Manson. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Benjamin Mevers. A. J. Molasky Mesdames Emil Morton. Stanley C Myers. Max Orovitz. Sam Poilock. Jack S. Popick. Jacob Rifkin. Maurice Revitz. Leonard Rosen. B Host, Dan B. Ruskin. Samuel T. Sapiro. Jacob Sher. Mes.iarr.ts Seymour SUvennan. Harry Sunooboff. Sam Simonhotf. S Waldman. Max Weitx, Leonard A Wien, ar..i Mandle Zaban AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! S KNIGHT ci* t-i ;=-£. ;;%  fj-.cr :' S* Mv'rfi r -s! Z\y er? Cheese if 'r:. :• :f> >-j sedges. Wc-de-*. ':• •. srs.ks of entertjimnj p*$:; P :• .; SWISS KNIGHT? at yo„sir? t:i3>! e What Margarine is Delicious? Kosher? Pare\ K ^'^' %  : '-' V F % %  v the fine fresh delicate Max ; : ':. tat meak. Contains no m.ik lat. Its nude entirely from highl>-unsaturated corn oil and other pure vegetable o golden nch taste and important diet benefits, with Vitamins A and D added So deficit** &•£ % £££; ::d w t a? i a *** M d b akin T he ^ i V. es 0$HWKVJ MAR-PARV MARGARINE f f I I I I I I tmmmm I ;s. SJI 3*r.aa. bf Xht Gt*ur C**M CO, loc, N.Y. %  KOSHER and PAREVE Another f,ne product of The Miami Margarine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio



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Pant 14B 'JmlsMkfktonL Friday. October 25. 1963 .., bobcat rwnpwIadM Sirtsffhood pari-up ,,,, Is now 9 Mfln >Kv : an Mrs Sidney lac %  j-ev-.^ ax aw :, %  Bearman m a Mi S dn) Lai • %  Ml %  d M Fi < lOSuieilt Free Locn Seeks New Members v I j, F • ,....-. I its .i VV! • to* %  •. ,\ \' %  i >• Schwn • %  I ary thi S -*N ; Folk %  %  • Rcbbi lowy N Spe*k Edmund Fleg Dead at 89 mi. %  *""" %  M, 01 Buropt* leading v ,,„„.. di .1 here this week %  The funeral was at the StehOomelerj in the ce*terd ,...,,.. Montpa IK..---, and rites ^ conducted b> Rat* A SC tah. tin chM Chaplain >i Jewish Boy SWHH, id which Pl€ aJ • KeTa patron Shortls beWreld death the noted writer asked thai 0 a ; n peeche 8 be made al his runeral and thai Jewish MOD S be pelted -ihonor guards al tin rites Born in Geneva, Fleg made hi* literary career in France ,ni became one of the country* bcsf known writers. He consisto-tly made Jewish subjects the theme of much of hit writing. He had been an of:icer of the A I l.o nee Israeli* Universe!!? and the JOWish-ChristUn Fr.end ship Society. \. York Di Sahum G Id I, ssini ei i al u nj %  sai >nl • a think deals •".% %  v. %  His -. Rabbi Caplan to be Seen Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will con duet the "Worship Hour' on Sun..,, 10:30 ii in %  over Ch. 10. \V1 B\V TV Cantor Maurice Neo and ehoir will participate Costumes Order oi Dance Costumes will replace daily school clothes at the Temple TO creth Jacob USY Halloween party and dance on Saturday from -:30 1,1 11 p.m. 'Harvest Masquerade Ball' Temple Beth Shirah will hold a •Harvest Masquerade Ball" on Saturday. 9 p.m.. at the Temple. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Si ITICIS 18 HtBRBHY illVI the undi ralitned, itn ... undi i I he riel |,KUII>N MlVI.TH t, WK1.I AtiKXCI al 1031 Coral w I -i. i i.i.i Inteativ to 11 KIMI. I ,ih the Clerk u* the I'lr. I.I I lade Count). Klin Ida s \\n .. i INSl'll \\. IW'I'KKU I;i'I• i l ;.—. Ni RortBRT li TI:.M'I;II; Attorney ("i Applicant II .:. .lul Iiiiililiim Miami IS. PtorMa in Hint %  LEGAL NOTICE ... ... • > • >^A So, Shore UN Slates Discussion s '•• %  •I e Ne*l ,-.* jMt.v-. ..'.<•Voters I fef •• N V %  I %  V I N E : • / rra)rh • -i.M S*e**i> BOS i N ." S .: E DE i.M AS 'Harvey' Slated At Beach High • ..-. EkfetCN AS e,$^c I •; • ; ; '. ,, THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT IN ,NANO FOR OAne COUNTY. UiDA IN PROBATC N a -> c IKflU 0 CREDITORS %  %  %  > \ x >N K N THE C RCtiT COLRT OP THE • ----JUOICIAL C'RCHT OF FLOR 04 '• *"sD F0R DADE COUNTS N CHINCERV Nc S3C kMs \ \ \ -,\K \ NDED NOT'Ct OF Si_ %  M Y K \ %  %  %  %  %  MARTIS rTJ i THE •-. .-'. %  S CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDIC! CIRCUIT. DAOF. W"V, FL. IN CHANCERY Nc. 3C 9962 I V.MI"..SNi'W. I'lalntlfr, \ H I H IRIITH i" UNtMit I ml.ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATlO'. V. ii I 'i iKi niiv -... • \ %  \ r N \\ i \ thernlm liATKH: i r i. I.I I • %  rail >. X. A I %  ('I. a NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME L IH HKRKH1 n %  \ ;> Ml'.l.i: \ \>.-> %  I LH>XXKT-MKI. \.~.• i \ I r> Mil Tl IX \ KHIK!MAX I %  r c -V N-.'.: •.• -cs '. % %  • : •tc t tm m iw Beth Emeth Lists Activities %  • • UK .• V MT gfcsprw*^ ireei *r t>n mmi j NOTICE UNPF FICTITIOUS NAME \, i.-i-: is HERI HI %  %  H !•!;..1>1 • % %  ]"> \ n >' %  I M 1 N %  I I \ ... ;> ; v vc N HO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L s %  KKT N 1 %  %  TMAX MHKS* .-. TKE COLNTv JUOOE 6 niRT IS AND FOR DADE IN PROBA-E M1S-A IX RK • : i i:v. NOTICE TO C£' „ • IMU .. %  > %  •"" hK'll • %  %  tl > %  KV ec- •!* ., ... %  cTi -E NiVE s • 1 Tl I %  Hf %  : : N IN >• :. \ .% 



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Page 12-B +.ltwlstifk>rfflbri. Friday, October 25. lo 63 Beach MD Slams 'German Swindle' A Miami Beach physician, who is chairman of the Brotherhood of Temple Belh Sholom. will be violating a minor brotherhood principle. He will serve as guest speaker at a breakfast meeting of the organization on Sunday, 10:30 am., at the Temple. 4144 Chase Ave. •Actually."' explains Dr. Harry E. Wolk. "the subject is so important that I am sure no one will mind listening to their chairman do more than bang his gavel and call the meeting to order." Dr. Wolk intends discussing "The German Swindle ." For the past few years, the Beach physician has served as a Vertrauensant-a doctor who examines persons filing medical claims with the Federal Republic of West Germany for compensation as a result of ailments incurred from imprisonment in concentration camps during the Naxi era. •I help former refugees here process their claims with the German consulate in Atlanta. The most important thing is that the examining physician must establish a direct relationship between the ailment and the concentration camp experience. He must also be willing to testify that the claimant is, at minimum, 25 percent incapacitated." Off. H&RRf WOLK Until 1959. Dr. Wolk declared, most of the claimants had to produce witnesses to their imprisonment and harsh treatment. This was almost impossible -because of lost records and the wholesale slaughter ol prisoners."' Then the German Government liberalized the file-claiming process by simply requiring the disability minimum and the establishment of direct cause-effect, according to Dr. Wolk. •But these claims go to a variety of German courts and medical authorities once they are relumed to Atlanta." he explained. •The German Government may be sincere, but it certainly u apparent that those who process the claims are not." Dr. Woik charges. "Most cf mine have been .hipped back to Munich, wh.ch is in Bavaria, a longtime hotbed of Nazism. What happens is that the courts throw out the claims wholesale after medical authorities at th? university medical school there refute the claims on the flimsiest and most indefensible pretexts." As l)r Wolk sees it. "the German Government doesn't even know such things are going on. Jewish organisations are currently trying to get the claims deadline due to expire in December this year, extended to 1965. What good would that do," he asks, "if the unfair processing of claims continues?"' Because of Dr. Wolk's tenacity in behalf of the applicants, the German Government hasn't sent him a new claimant in two years, although he continues to help persons with their appeals. Neithi ir has the government withdrawn his official Yertrauer.sarzt status. Mizrachi Women Launch Series On Ethics Here "Ethics of tht Fathers" will ^ the first subject in a jerii discussions by a seminar of yi women. young Elizabeth Arden's PEACE ROSE Another criticism Dr. Wolk intends discussing Sunday is the practice of attorneys here, who cut themselves in for what he alleges to be "a full one-third of any possible proceeds for the balance of the claimant's lifej time, p!us back-compensation. This is done on a contingency basis," he said. "If claimant gets nothing, then the attorney has lost nothing. But ; it certainly is a pity. Organizations like National Council of Jewish Women in Miami willingly make out the formfree ol charge _if only these i1 timants knew about .' DR. CHARUS P. KUHN Dr. Kuhn Will Speak Monday Dr. Charles P. Kuhn. psychiatrist, will be guesl speaker at the adult program. The Meaning of Love." sponsored bj the Miami VMHA Blanch set for this Monday night at 8:15 p.m. This is the third of four evenings on the subject and will be devoted to "The Love of One's Young." Admission is open only on a registered basis. A specialist in child and adolescent psychiatry. Dr. Kuhn was a member of trie staff group that launched the operation of the Pa) chiatric Institute at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He later became affiliated with the Lafayette Clinic n Detroit, where he developed and directed an adolescent in-patient program. In addition to his private practice. Dr. Kuhn also trains third-year residents in child psychiatry as a member of the faculty at Universit) of Miami Medical School. Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, which sponsors traditional education in its children's \illages and schools in iel .< starting this new pilot venture in Miami. "Thimay be the foretunner of similar seminar] throughout the country,' said Mr., Alfred Stone, coordinator Mrs. Saul Porush. noted educator, is discussion chain Mrs Fred Qsqilit as co-chairman. Mrs. Bernard Diener v. ess to the group on Oct. !i bursts into glorious color on your lips and starts the air humming with love PEACE ROSE Lipstick is yours in the Click-Change case. 2.00. Nail Lacquer, 1.00. Cream Rouge, 2.00. Activities HeW At Dade Heights Among matti I at a Dade Height meeting i n S changing I hi gation. Pro ;ram %  r he c\ was und< r the -. I the Jew lsli War \ I ti • Adult ed i at on pi ra n at Dade H( ights on Oct j:t. with a Hebrew class calh I i r 8 p m Sessions ill be hi evi r> V %  nesdaj evening On thi same evening, the adult disi ssioi to convene everj other Wcdnes day, met at 9 p.m. Junior I'SY held its first social for ages 12 to It on Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. and the senior USY, IS to 18. held a study group on Monday at 7:15 p.m. Service Honors 14 Men Here Resuming late Friday evening services, Temple Adath Yeshumn raid tribute last week to 14 men who volunteered their labors to complete the sancutary and SO all, classrooms ami lobby of the Temple in time for thi set v ici I concl I : ,1 to tin i B rnard Le\ j building committi e chair i Mart' i Sam Ratner. William Plal \i 1 ehrn Morris Kati I'olk. Uilliam >l Sai t Salzma id ph Liei man, president of the i presented each oi thi r, rtifii ate of I ducted the seiv.ee and addn tlu men S. J. "POP" SPECTOR •BILL DOCK n* already provtfi h s leadertnip arjility time ,nJ fm again. BecaiMt o hn consulant effort* in making Miami i belItr place to live BILL DOCK %  my choice in ie GROUP 3. Lever 9-A. City Com" ion race. I unje ail my frienc* to .om n>e in supporting thi ctnanding candidate." JfV FACT Ml AMAHS raflflLV AM SMHGi PUT YOUR STOCK BILL DOCK Pull Lever 9A BB Women Plan Luncheon A luncheon and card party for B'nai B'rjth Women of Miami will be held at the home of the president, Mrs Hilda Lazarus, 1630 SW 13th Ave.. for Tuesday noon Reservations chairman for the luncheon, to be prepared by members, are Mrs Louis Alexander. Mrs. Gi rge Liebman and Mrs Nat Rubin Testimonial For Snyder Mayor Arthur I. Snyder's many years of service to Beth Torah Congregation will be commemorated at a testimonial dinner Saturday nighl at the Belh Torah Social Hall. Guesl speaker, State Attorney Richard Gerstein, will be among the many dignitaries attending. Snyder. recently elected Mayor Ol North Miami Beach, has been a member of Beth Torah for 10 years, and served three terms as president. &VJIT0N/ lMARINAR*| SAUCE K^WS works wonders BUITONI MARMARA SAUCE (y Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 "YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CC for an AFFAIR to RE'-'t BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Micm Beach TRY 0U RS There IS a D.f'erence in Flo*e-: WID0INGS-BAR MITZVAHS-CA0fN PAK BIRTHDAY ANNVIRSA" & HOSPITAL BOUOUtTS FREE DELIVERY ALL GATfR



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Friday. October 25, 1963 *Jenisti nor id fan LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-E LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ~~ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW vii'l'ick IS 1 1 1 :i; l-:i-V GIVEN tlial %  indetslgncd, desiring to engage In undi i n fictlttoue nan f I BAN'VAN ii \H at IS0 Coral .I,.,,,,i pint-Ida Intends I" M' ,„j name Uh the Clerk ol the ',...,,,, ,,r Bade County, Klor(l ll BeKHON Sole i ner h s .<| BR UARH tppllcanl A -i Street I n/1 <.-'_'". 11 1-8 II I NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW ,-u-K is HEREBY niVEN that ,., -,-_.,>• 11. id -n ing t" i ngaga In unit* i* I he fictitious na me "i ,-Vi: |t.\K -ii 386 N. Bnyal Polni:,,ni. mi il, Miami Storing*, Klor. mid ..mi, uuh lhi i '.n nil Court ••( l lade Kloi %  WILLIS H STH VW8BB Sol • Iwner <: S iIAHS \|.;.l.ant VI. i-i si.. • i l" is-;:., n i-x NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \"TH'K is HEREBY UIVEN thai tli* uiuli reigned, desiring to enga i uslni KH under tinfictitious mm., ol IATII-NT CENTER iHTM f AI, SERVICE .,> 1131 s \V 22nd Street, Minim l-i:,.. Intend i.. register said name, with id. i b-i k ..i the Clrculi Courl %  •( Dade County, Klnrlda. J.V "K II VH.\ ES ..ml -\. M BRET I-I.I:K I'.II 11.. MARVIN I. WIEXER, Esq. 813 Allisb-y Ul.lK.. Miami. |.|a. All.-1 i.. \ i.,i .l,i, 1, I-,.,, I,, aud A. M. Brettli r i" I-M-I--J-. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE No. 60492-A i\ I:I: Estate of •OH scHREIBBR NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To \I-I. I'KRSIXS INTERESTED IN "in: I>TVTI: oK SAID DECB1H8NT. I ,r.hereby notified that u wrlt%  ;:: %  in |iur|K>rtlnc t" be Ibe III ami testament i>f Mid deceit been admitted to probate In nt Vou n hereby commandthin nli idar months from • Hi. firm publication of -ti..:.ippear In raid Court m IUSC, I -n\ you can, why lion ii -..: i i 'ourt In admitting ll in probate should not atead i IV E. RLANTt iN 'ounty Judge \i\ : 1.--S I I VST" iR FIELD, I'II rk • • mi ..r this notice on ii >la> of ". lober, I Ml. ii. iTTS, Attorne) irlty Trust I tldg. 12, Kl I" 1t-25, II l-s IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No :2189B Eat % % %  ,.f Y TTA I'liHS NO" CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE -PPL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE i-hj given tlirit w • %  ill it. ] %  .-i-t and I'.nand Final I ila-• %  Inl of it • li ol 1 MI. ill • i.ied I thiil n i -I f N'tivi mix i i" I, 111 < 'ount) Judaea Ida, fni %  pproval i H, %  i and foi distrthuUK | i ubnvi n %  med d %  h da) "i %  wtobi i N \TRN \l. HANK i 'I Ml VMI i II Phompaon Idelll I %  • • .in, r I i in ..f II .-...,' -m.ii: M iv-:'-.. n i -v oi N r / JUDGES COURT •-ND FOR DADE COUNTY. 'LOHItli IN PROBATE No 60998-B .i w:u:s KEKSLEK %  i KE.sSl.KR %  I DE TO CREDITORS I ill IVi none 11. .. t Mi III • imj lain i a ii.i.. againai %  ,R|i i .1 til lal. i'.,.|. I iu • %  | i xe %  lii • i. .i 11 MI mi i I6th %  Kl isi.Elt ... '. ulrlx i %  ilium ii i N r M A E K C r? LNrV J U^E'S COURT •D FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO.6I047-C %  v -K COHEN %  • NOTICE TO CREDITORS and AII I'eraona llnvI ""in ..,. Demands Aaalnat Hald '" ebj notified and ret any i lalmn or deIt h,. ; ', h sou may have agalnal % %  ] "I JENKlNh K. I'OIIK.N % %  • o'Wtj .in,in, -. ,,i Dade .""I fe the same In dupll'i %  •|.I..,I.I...I |„ Section ?83.1, ',„ ,a !"'--, %  their offlcei in Ihouiw in Dade Coun" %  "is calendar thr : '• %  f tin riral imbllcatlon I • • in e Hill be barre i • Klmlda, .his 16th \.VN W COHEN '•'->N K U'l.A.N % %  Kxei .ii• n of thia nolle, on '•<•') ••' Octolier, I'":.:. • Kapinn v %  .„„,„„„ I 1 i llrkkman I Co Kxecutora I -..-i Stieet i". i^-rj. ii 1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N' 1 I'll i; is nr.i:i.ii ui\ i:.< thai %  li'iKlaiiud, dexlrlng to engaRi in '"i ind.-r the flctittoui namen of MA.i' ii; HAS and of K1IITH HAS al 17:18 S W. 188th Ti i race, i • %  I'lorhln Inti ml to real ti r mid nameH iii iin Clerk .it HiClrculi Court of i la • %  'ounty, Florida. ii i.lll-.T (JAM •'! i.MI'ANY la l-''n ''..in I Alllll,•^^ it. Smith, Pi'ea. I'llll.ll' ISl.lKlM Hyem, Helman, is.ii.!..ii ,v Catsman Attornej for Appllcnnt iiin s W. 1st Strei I m l-jl-18-2.1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 10538 THE W ll.l.|AM-i:i Kiill MAVI.N'i ;s BANK, I'm miff, \ s. I'IIH.MAS A. PATRICK, .t ii\. .i al, IT. ndanta NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Tin.inn., A. "mink and Kernaa a. Patrick, his \iii-. IteHldenoe lnVtnnwii. lust malllna addreaa c o %  :. n. :il Delivery. Minefield, w. -i V.IK'IH... an I it' remarried, their unknown aiiotna Inng and if dead, the unkniwn helra, devtaeea, Lt.uii.... .-i.simi.s ii ra, creditors. trustees or other claimants, lulniint; ..i;:iiii-i any or il. f< ndants n h<> at %  by, tin i.nah. undei ili. above ni-iiii-.l .1. i % %  i sed Y.iu are hjen ; 13 mbowi .-nirtii.n. .1 .. KtltUtl d rtU.lills* j 1 'ouri of ahc 1 1.1 Kl.'rlda in and %  ......--..1 111-.11 %  ., notified iliat the rllon has b.-cn in.. 1 in ill.1' i.-'ilt Judiiiai c I'-uii of 1 Mid. 1" t\ to %  i|Kn ili. follow Inn'deocrlbed r. 1! iiroperty: l^.i IS, Block 1 SCOTT I.AKB M \ -V11; SECTION ONE, accoidlna la ili. I'lni ili-11. r recorded In I '1st Rook .">7 nt I'.igi > of Hi. I'nhli.1:. r.l..r li.ni. I'ounty, Florida, together with Subnrban Qas Wall Type in.-n Mo.lel ''ilr-i-nv bubnr1..111 l-Bui n.-i 1 :.i s 111.,, ,. 1 "nit Mi ill 1 ,iir Hi 11...I11' Reti %  ator -,-j 11 : %  \ n. ii in I'.lln.ls: '. Water Hi Mi 1 Modi I'NJrlJi %  % %  ^ fid ......• mi. -\.. 1 • .... idalnl wRh lh< ol ihi •. %  • ild Court, and -. 1 \. 11 ij ti... ,111 HI an.. 11. \ M V RTIN 1INE, 14th Plooi. I mdi I'. .1, i-.ii 1 lull 1 ng, Mi.1 Klorldii not later than Novemlier Vt, 1 11., 1 •, : •!.. 1 ..11 r. -~.. in 1.. ... 1 IIKA Insi j iiu, IIATEI' • 'IOIH %  1: H 1.I-: KTHKKM \N 1 ;, nt %  hi 'll nil i'..ri ...n Bj N \ HBWITT. I lenutj 1 '!• 1 k M VKTIN l-'INi: Attorn. %  1 i" intlff di l-'.-d. ral Hldg I in %  ::.. 1: • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. :N CHANCERY No. 63C 10295 Mi iRI! IS SKI Ki iVT .HI I %  1, \\ 11 1.1 '. .'I 111 lYD Ii in.in. NOTICE OF SUIT ',. 1 "\V I 1 I I \M I iVD \ ,\ 1 A Vi VRK Hi: • : ml I I %  %  .11111 v In tin \| 1 serve .1 %  liKKE.NI I • Ml 1 11 for Hi.re of II ... Ing 'lull Howl County, 1 lot .1 in-w it: I.,.1 ::. mock M BCNCIIE PARK, in thi : 'lal Hi. 1 %  of, iv%  1 In I Ma %  1 at Cage SO %  1 the Public it. %  ords 1 r 1 ade • '...inn 1 .. id 1 together w iili .ill improvements U.-M or hereafter on s ii.i inn 1 and ail Curnitun fix ..it. is and other amillai .-• iii.w or hereafter %  %  -nt.iini-il therein %  pii Hull wa 1 Mil ited Ul Ike 1 'ii .nil Court of thiIlth Judicial Circuit in ami for Dade County, Hoi Ida, in Okaneery. Hald mortgage was f led in O 1: [took 3d %  : %  al Vw 512 in Hi.. 1'iililn lleuerds -t Dad.I -iin iv. Florida. it you full lo answer aa herein required, Jnduiii.-ni bs il. I'linlt will I" taken against you for the rellel di iiinnd.d in ili. Complaint. IP IS HKREirV ordered that this Notice lijll IIiml.llsli.-d •. % %  < % %  a wee! for foul i II Weeks in Till-: JKW IS1I Pi.iiltii'i \\. a newspaper ptflitl led in Miami. I lade I 'oUntJ P'!'ii Ida anil having a general circulation In Dade 1 'mint \ p'l : Ida WITNESS MY HAND as rink of mid Circuit Court of l>ade County, h'lorlda, and thi peal of said Courl at Miami, 1 '.ul. 1 'out 11. Florida, this •2nd daj of 1 >c obi i: I), I.KA-PII' KM N Clerk of ili. cii. nit I'niiii I lade 1 % %  ii..-. Florida is.all llv: K M I.Y.MAN. ity Cli k i" :•:.. 11 1-8-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60946 IN RE: ISatati of H Vll.ill AI.PMAN 11.1 1 ase NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All Creditors mil All Persona II.ivnu 1 lainis or Deiiwnds Against Said P 1.11. : v "u are ii. i..|.\ notified and 1 ••i|U red in pri sent an} .-lainis and d. man.is which >-. %  ma) have aaainsl state of SARAH ALTAIAN di %  %  %  '-• .1 lati nf I inde Count). I lorlda, '" 'he C it) Judgen of Had.Coun1K %  and ni. in. ~. in iluplicati and as |.i..\ id,.,1 in Section 713.lt, I 0 Ida ia. MI. .. In thelt offices in the 1 "ount> Courthouse in Had.County, Florida, H ni. 111 six i-alendar months from 1 hi time of Hie liist publication In re"'or thi -am. ..iii inbarred. Hated nt Mi 1. Fiorida, ihis isili da) of 1 It-tola 1. A 11. 1963, W II.I.IA.M .1. (IOI.DWOR.N As i-;\,.,uioi' PI -' I'nldl.a.i.. is in.1,. mi the i ,ili dii) ni' 11,-t.il.. r, :'"I"I. \\ II.I IA.M I HOI.DWl IRN Attorney fi r Bxecutor 401 Lincoln Road I" '.:".. II l-X-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai UM iinii.-i atmed, desiring to engage In business iin.,.i 11,, fictitious name "f SI ill.W ITS' HEALTH tBODCCTS al 8SW find mnd 1111. -iiit; I., 1 said name with the Clerk "i the Circuit Court nt 11 Count). Floi PI. 1 DR. MARVIN M. SILVERBK-RU Hole Owner I All. KWITNP.Y SiKiisi.iii, Kwltne) .\ Lioudisx Alii.in, v fol Vpirtli ant MO Lincoln Road in !S. II l-S-13 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai iii undersigned, desiring in engage in business under the fictitious name m SI:I.I:Y SHOE SAI.I'.N at 828 Lincoln lload Mall, .Miami Beach 39, l-'la Intends t" register said name with tl<"i-i-u nf iincircuit Court of Dadi Count). Florida. LtfaWO, INC., a KI. u i.ia Corp. Hole 11 ner PAUL KYVITNICY Atturuay lor Let -.1". Inc. 1211 Lincoln Rit., Uiuml Ueaoh ::i>. Kia. l" 1-11-18-25 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +J€t*isti nkridfan solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate youf patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dint Fit 3-4605 tor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60970-A IN UK: Estui, of S \.M PLKS8 1'. aeased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having; Claims or 1 landa Againai said Estate: You are hereby notified and rci.iiii...i 10 IUIS-III an> i-iaiiiis and demands which > %  ma) have against tin estate of SAM I-'I.P:SS deceased late of Had.County, Florida, to the ii'iint.v Judges nf Dade County, and file ili. aame in duplicate and as provided in Hection 733.16, Klnrlda Statutes, in their offlcea in the County Conrthuuae In DaBe County, h'lorlda, | within sbi calendar months fi-..m the 1 time of the flrsl publication hi reof, or the gaine will beImrred. Dated at Miami, Kluriuu, this 1Mb da) nf 1 ii-iobi 1, A.I >. lutia HARRY ZL'KERNICK As 1:,, tutor Klrst imblii ution of ibis 11 in. 5dh day of Oetobi r, W63, HARItv ZCKERNICK Attorney for Executor I2tt Lincoln ltd Miami Beach lOjrSd. 11 1-8-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is III:I:I:I:Y GIVEN thai ili. undei-algned, desirlns to engage in business under the fictitious name of JIMMIES BARBERSHOP at 1213 W. rlagler S'I.. Miami. Florida Inti mis to register said name with the Clerk of tinI'lniiii Courl ni Dade County, Florida. V1NOE Pi IRRBLL f. R. MATERS Attorne) for Purchaaer LCI 2 Consreas Bids. Miami :;.', l-'la. S3. II l-S-15 a I. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61085-C IN RK: Estate of NidlMAN COX RAP HARKIHrvKP, a k .1 N'nlIMAN C, SARKISOPP, Uaceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'I o All 1':. 'ii..1 s and Ml IN i anna II IN Ing %  "' i: %  1 — or Demands AgulBBt Said i:lal. Y.iu .11-. lieraby notified and required i" present an) i-iaim* and demands which you may have .iu.. 11st Hiestate ..f NORMAN CONRAD SAKKisi i|'P'. .1 k/a NORMAN I' s RK ISi 'IP d• • asi d lute of Dade 1*1 inly, Florida, to rhi Count) Judges i I 'ul1 '..iinl> and lii. Hi.-1 In il.ami as |l|W i-l-il in S. I Ion 7V lii. l-'Pi Ida Statutes, In thi It offices in iiCount) Courthouse in Dade fount)', Klnrlda, within six calendar months from Ihe time of ih.flrsl publli-atlon hereof, or thi saint will be barred. Dated .11 .Miami. Florida, t li is1Mb da) ni 1 ii inl1. \ 1 %  ELLA MARTHA SINKS \ 1 '\. .-iiir.x P'i-1 |.ul.IP .ni f this %  the 231 Ii -1 11 k-tohi 1 -, HARR1 /.1 KERNICK ittornei fn Exi itrlx Jlli .-in U.I Miami Bi in • %  '. l-S-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10*83 V I'ltt'EI iKS VRMEN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60897-A IN RE: Estate of THMLMA I'URGES I v. caned. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creilltora and All Persona Having Clntma 01 Demands Against Bald bfrtate: Y.iu are hereby notified and rei|i'ir.-d to present an) claims and demand* which vou inav havi againai iliestate of THELMA I'ORUES deceased late of Dade i'.inni\. 1 lorlda, to the Count) .IIHIK-S ..I Dude t'ounly, and Hie th. am. .11 duplicate and as provided In Section 7:l.l. HViiidB Statutes, in their offices In the County I'm rib-Mis,in Dade County, FlarIda. Within MIX .al.ndiir III.,mils 11..111 1 the time ni Hi. first public itton h reof, or the sum., win be barred NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Ni 1 lli'l-: IS HEREBY 1 ilVEN I the undersigned, desiring to engagi buainess utider tinfictitious nan • %  1:1: r.l IfcSD APPLIANCE Rl ll 3801 s \V. 38th I'miit. Miami, I inten Is i" registe" said name with I 1 Clerk of iin Circuit Court of I'Count). Florida. ABC Funding 'o„ Inc. Hole < iwni-iKERSLER \CARS An.an..for M'a' Pundlng Co., Inc. 1998 s \\. 1st si Miami, l-'la. in i-11-18-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl the undersigned, desiring to engagi It 1 iisin.-under the fictitious name ori'll ST. iil'Al.lTY MARKET at 60" N.W. nth Street, Miami. Florida, n ti'iul in reglater said name with th Clerk of the Circuit Court of Di Count). Plot Ida. IRVING COHN Rl iSAI.YN COHN SANI-'nlMi KREE1 %  An.a ae) for Applicants lfi'll-:-'.ihilialt-d in Miami. Florida, day of inti.li. i. A.I • I9U I illii iRUK I'HERKX \Vdmlnl*lrator, •' PA ii si iiubUcation of iliinot • I*_' th da) .-' 1 I-I ihi r, 1963 • KEREN .v I;I ILI >KN Mi..rin > r.nAdmlnlstiator t'TA i.i? i di nipta 1 :Piy Miami .: '. l".i in 25. II iN ;th l-s-l i RESN I %  \ M INTEL A KRESNKlKi Defi NOTICE OF PUBUCAP.ON %  Mai i-l A hVi ne in %  :. .1 Ba 1: /.in la Vi il', M VXTEL v ERESNEDO. i-n ial I cntri ... IIali|U %  1111. %  ... 1 %  i .11111 .iin : I.. ..; ihe iii"\• 'ourt, iiml s.i\. ,1 ... ;i\ thei'i-ot upon ISIXO P NEiJ RETTI, Attoi I Con• 1 \ 1: 2nd \*' nue, Miami. I Iu, on ol bi ton Ltai ( ... .in plaint u ill be laktn .1c> .nfe* si a'-.. 11• thi estate of CHARLES I UXl IN, de%  • I-, d lati -a 1' ... 1 \iunt). I lorlda, in ili. 1'.. mi i Judges ol 11.1.i. 1 1) and file the -amIn duplii ate and .1prin 1.1. I In Seel • Kloi Ida Sta lutes 1 thi I offices In the I'oun-H I ty Courl %  1 di 1 'onnti Plor,', 1 mini s \ i-ali ndar monl ha • '' 1 ;i • tin flrsl ublle it Ion ll %  •'. or the sami .1.1 n .1 Dated al Miami la Ida, this 1. |H( 1 HA Kl.l s \ DIXOX A1 1 si imbHeni the 23th diiy of net I.i .|:i:i: P S. a IT I' K" '.II'MA.N \ 1 10111, > for Ex itm Tel Bldg M in IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60668 A IN RE: Estate of HENRY SC1SOREK I-.i-as-d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All rrediiors and All Persona Ha' iiiK Claims -I' Demands Against s..i Estate: Yi.ii are hereby notified and &f quired lu preaenl an) -lainis am in amis which you may have agalm the estate of IIKNT.Y KL'ISOREK tli reused lave nf Dnda County, 1 in in.. Conn I) Judges of Pad. C and file the sum. In their offl the Count)' Courthouse in Dade Co 1 Ida, iiiin -i\ calendar • from thdate of the flrsl publlcatio l a 1. of, or 1 he sa me will be ba SI-n.MA RICKLE8, I.M cutlix II VRRY STBINBERO \ 1 tin ne) 523 A : 1 • y Road 1.. .,. n. Eloi Ida in 1 1 -18 tint 1, I'h IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 11395 MAI: Y .11: KX1XE PEAVY, 1 'la niif V s. HTU1I PEAVY, I 1. 1. lidanl. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ViT, HTCH PEAVY, Real Tnknown, are notified to s, i \, 11 1 Hsu -11,, 1 ii\ n|.,,. 'oinpln iigii 11-1 \ mi ..ii Plaintiffs .,:;. %  I1EI HICK NI1II1 il.AS. 612 N \\ "Jth Avi Miami, l-'la.. and fill 1 ih Clerk of 'lii— Court In fore N'..\ i-mber -'".. 1963, 01 h t-ompl in w ill be 1 ..nf. — .1 1 DATEI II I.EATHEHM V.N 1 %  "'i ,-..,i. ". i, nl the 1 'Ircuil Court II K M I.YMAN, 1 'li rk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiMH'!-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that thundersigned, desiring to engage in business under tin lictitloua names nf %  Ph. Wedding sin. PI.. : The Bridal i'aili; Welcome llrltle al .0 11 Coral Way, Miami inl.nils to regbiter nald name with 1I1. Clerk of the Circuit 1 ;ouri ul li.nlCounty, llnrlda. MARIAN l-KP.i:i'ii:i.l) Sole iwiii-r in iv-:'".. 11/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tin EX that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the fictitious name of si N COSMETICS £ BEATTY MI'S .! 136! N.P: I'.'.'.i Street, No, Miami 1:. BI li Intends to sr sa i-i na me i.iiii iliClerk of ihCircuit Court of Pad.County, Klnrlda. SUN BE \l "l Y A 11 VRBER SI TI'I.Y in IXC. 1 A P'la. COI p I 10. l-ll-18-M IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, .N CHANCERY No O'C 10538 111: VVILLI \.YIS;.I i:,:ii SA VINOS H VNK i'lali rilOMAS A. PATI I .. 1. %  N01ICE OF SUIT 1 %  \ toi II 1' .: : -i .111,1 Beati %  • A Carls '. his 11'-. 11 ii. 2nd Avi 11 Aurora, Ullni Is Y.ni .1.. In ... ni |f|i ,| ai.n\captioiu n action has IHI 11 — 11 • in. n thi Circuit Courl •-t in. Eli .mil Judicial circuit of i-'i..rid.1 in am) for Dade County 10 foreclose .1 mortgiige upon tin following dean lea ,1 11 al propel 11 : Lot 13, BiiK-k t SCOTT l.AKI' MANOR, SECTION ONE, a, ordlng to the Plat thereof, reonrded in plat Book %  : at I'age Tn ..f the 1'iildlRecordg of l*ade County, Klorida, iiiK-iher with Suburban tias Wall •pvi-i Oven Modi 1 M1 No, H-1IS: siitiiii ii.m 1 Burner Oas ahardaae I'nlt Model Tli No. 5223; Hotpoinl li-lim.iMii.i.N... iD*aa9: Vi-m-tian Blinds: Parade Water 11. atcr Model s:i"-i ex No. uiii.v.i You are required to file ynur anthi ulIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELCVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORID* IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 63C 10891 IHH I.AR S Wl.N'i ;s BA \K HI \ i iK N K\\ YORK, 1 'Bit PET1 I.ia Defi ml; 111NOTICE OF SUIT i i : %  11. 1 %  '. 11 irried, their unl nd If dea d B grant. slanei-s, hVnors, 1 ditors, trust • ul hi r 1 claiming by. thri ..inl. iin 1 agalnal any •>! the named defendants who are .'• 1 i are hereb) notified thai thi llnvcaptloned action has been 11 stitUted ima.nsi you In the C 1 •• mi ..1 the nth Judicial Circuit %  Kloi Ida in and lor Dade Com 11 i. 1.. lose .1 mortgage upon the follov bog dencrlbed real praperty: Lot Pi. Block IJ SCOTT l.AK MANOR, SECTION SIX, accordin. in HiI 'lal thereof, recorded m I'lI'.ink 63 :II Pan, 11 ol the l'uld Records nf Dade Count) Klorida, ti gether with Venetian Blinds, Wes %  in-.-hi. isRefrigerator lil.-iat Westlnghouae Vutomatic Waaher. \>%  11 plaint Clerk nt tinaf.ir.saiii Court, and serve a copy the reof upon plaintiffs au.ii-ni-y MARTIN EIXE, 1Mb Pi.nn-. Haile Federal Building, Miami Z2 1 not Inter than Novemlier 5th, 1963, or a Decree li-o Confesso ill be entered agalnal you. DA'I ED %  ..I. P: 11. LEATHBRMAN 1 'i. i., ..I Hi1 'ii-.-nit 1 'ourt 1 seal 1 By: C. P. Ct IPELAND Deputy Clerk MAIM IN I'INi: \t in: m i : 1 Plaintiff I 'ih P'I %  Dadi %  '. d-ial BldffMlaini ::'. Plot Ida in l-ll-lv-.'.'i mt..111. \ MARTIN FINE, ilth Kloo Dade Federal Building, Miami 3. Klorida nol later than November '.''. %  .-I.:. or a Decree Pro Confesso w In -m. n d agalnal > ou. DAT El 1 'i in'., r IS, 1963 1: B LEATHERMAN Oli rk nf the Cin uil Courl H) : N". A HEWITT, 1 i.].i 11 \ clerk MARTIN FINE for Plaintiff 1 itb I" 1 Dadi Kedi ral Bids. 12, Klorida i" :':., 11 l-s;


fnday. October 25, 1963
*Jenisfi n^ridian
Page 15-E
LEGAL NOTICB
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iri" I!* HEREBY OIVBN that
nderslgned, desiring" t.
I .V I
I
ngage In
, b flctltloua name of
? BANYAN I' \R '" IMO Coral
Florida intends to rag-
,. nh Hi.- Clark of the
,, ,-.lUit or Bade County, Flor-
mi mil
,..! name
() II |..SM"N
Sole c iu ner
, ,<- re: .\ GARS
Applicant
vV -i Strci i
10/18-2.-. 11 1-x
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
\.,e\CK IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
, .!. -ii ill", to c ngage in
a uncle r the flctltloua name ol
ri: iiaK ai 3J N. Royal Poln-
...-.i. Miami Spt Ingg, Flor-
mid ..mi. with
, .[, ,,i iii. ii uii i "en i ni i lade
>'
vvil.l.iS II STRA WSER
Solv Iwner
, SSIJ5R & GARS
, r \ i i'i.;t nt
.. n Isl >i i. et
10 I8-S8, 11/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE
No. 60492-A
IS Ki: I'-''< "f
i vijoh seirREiBBR
. .,- ll
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Tii \l.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
Uii: r.srvn: m-' s.ui) DECEDENT.
ci are herab) notified that a writ-
..II i.-u-uin.iii i'ii 'porting t., be tin-
III .,',: rcstament of snld deco-
ia been admitted Ml probate In
i hi aby command-
'an .\ calendar months from
i.. of lie- first publication .>t
.[I,,. :.. ippeur I" aald Court
,* iuki f ii"> you can, whg
lion i| Raid Courl in admitting
|| .!!. should not stand

w r blaNTON
i 'ounty Judge
|!\ : I."IS I I'ASTORFIELD,
c 'I, rk
i i 'iii~ notl......n
h das ..f c K-iober, IMS,
l 1:1:11 BOTTS, Altorne)
iritj rrtisl Bldg.
I :
)
m-ix.--., it i-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IH HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, dextrin* to engage In
"M"' "- "......' the ft' tltlous na..... ..(
iatii-.n. center optical Ukh-
VICE .ii M3I s VV 22nd Street, Mi-
ami. Fla., Intend to register mid name
with lii. clerk of the rircult Court .if
I lade c -.. nit} Florida.
i \c k BARNES and
A. M BRET il.I.II
I'arti
M m:\i\- i. wiener. i:.-.|.
'.!.. Am.-i. > Hide. Miami, i-i...
Ait......-> for Jack ii.H n. -
an.I A. II. Brettler
1" l-ll-lv-2r,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is ii,.l;,.i(> i.hi-.a thai
the undersigned, desiring to engag,
business under the fictitious names
..r MAJOR ciAS .....I ..f smith GAS
il 1731 S.W. l6Sth Ti i race, I'errine,
Florid i Intc nd to real t. r said names
with id. Clerk ( th< Circuit Court "f
Dade i 'ounty, Florida,
C< >Mi-.T IAS "IIMPANY
i.i Fla I'm|i >
Andrew II. Smith, i'i ea,
I'llil.ll' i:i.(ki.m
Myers, Helmnn, Kaplan A Cataman
Attorney for Applicant
Hud B.W. 1st Street
10/I-I1-18-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60946
IN RE: Estate of
SARAH AI.VMAN
11. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Til All Cn nil..is ni,I All l'.r.-,.ns II.iv-
11 I 'in.- "i I > in.mils Agalnal Said
Kilate:
You are hereby notified and re-
red i" pn .-.in anj claims and di -
nii.iins which \,, maj havi agalnal
"" '-si.ii, ,.f SARAH ALTAIAN de-
l-eased late of hade County, I lorlda,
'" Ihe C......lj Judges of Unde Coun-
ts anil file the -nin,. in duplicate and
as provided In Section M3.16, l^oiida
- latuti h, In Hi. ii ,,ni, ,-s in the Coun-
ts Cnurthwiae In i'mi. County, Flor-
ida, wiil'in -i\ calendar montha from
ii,,- time .i the in -i publication hi re-
of, or Hi. mine u ill be bam d.
nnted ill Mi.inn. Florida, ihla Kill
das of ''. i..I., i. x 11. 1963.
WILLIAM .1. til H.l l\Vl 'l:.\
A- Bxaotitor
I'i Hi pulllll .,.i....... nis n..I.....ii
Ihe .' Ii dns "i K-tobi r, ""-3
u 11,1 iam .1 i:iii.|i\mii:.s
Attorney for Bxecutor
105 Lincoln It..ml
i" ::. ii i-^-ir,
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE It? HEREUY LUVEN thai
Un- mi'ieisIkiicii, dealrfng in engage In
-ii.- -s un..,.r in. flctltloua name of
.-'II:.WITS HEALTH Ul< 'I >Ci;TS
at wKlli Bird ROJW intent!? m reglafer
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court "i Dade County, Florida.
I>i: MARVLN M SlLVERBMRtl
Sid.- owner
IAII. KWITNI'.V
Siix. i .-i. in, Kwitney & Uoudlait
Attornes i"> \iniln ant
OH Lincoln Road
in 25, II 1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, dealrlng i" engage II
bualneag under the fictitious name "i
SEL.BY SHOE sAl.i'N at 828 Lincoln
Road Mall, .Miami Beai h S9, l-'la., In-
i.iuis t,. reglaiei aald namo with the
clerk of tlie Circuit Court ..f Dade
c 'ounts. Florida.
i.kk-ji >. inc.. a Florida Corp.
Sole iwner
PAUL KWITNEY
AUol'.ie.v tor l.ee-Jn, In,*.
I2U Linclii Rtl., .Miami Uemili ?.<>, Fla,
Hi 1-11-18-25
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewist MurkKaun
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I It 3-4605
for messenger service
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 10538
THE WII.I.IAMSKCROH
SAVINGS HANK.
Plaintiff,
i v THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 02189-B
i. .
-: \ HIN
. .
\0- -PPL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
given that w*
i Final It. |..-i: and Ivti-
.in.i Final i 'is-
.. iir of Hi.....tati
. hn tl< i. and Ihnl on
; .i S lemlii i. IKti I, il!
Ill V .1 II,lues
da, for approval
. nd fi dlatrlbu-
hurge a* i'\.. itor
i...\. ii .mi. .1 de-
' Ii .la\ ..| HI..I.. i .
V K.s I' N VTIONAL HANK
' 'I MIAMI
llll || I'll' .Mil's. '11
I'i nidi ill .mil
Wlm lies "f
i. ,\ -in.hi
s tt
In is-:'".. II
f-s
' COL'NTv JUDGES COURT
. -ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORID* IN PROBATE
No. 60998-B
II VRI.ES K ESSI
. KBSSLER
f- TO CREDITORS
' ill Pel i. 11. ,
\. .i-i hiilil
notlf .1 ..ni
i......ilmi
.i bavi againat
.. \ ..il' i,i.
In I'.,,l.
i ".:.;. '
. '.llll. Ill
ill...mas a. PATRICK, el us, el at,
I H'fi mlallts.
NOTICE OF SUIT
To rh..in.,.- a. "mil. \ ..n.i Karma O.
Patrick, his wife, Rcddence i'n-
kii.iwn. last mailing address c 0
Cm :il I'.ln.ix. HlueTleld, Weal
V'irgUiia, an i ii reinarrled, their
, unknown apooaeH, ii living and if
". ad, the imkn >wn h< Ira, devisees.
I grantees, nssignc-s, lienora, creditors,
truKteeM ..i nther elalmania, claiming
by, tie,.null, undei oi .tu.iin-i any "f
ii.* above ii.-in.-.i deft-ndanta v\h>, are
.1. .- IS..I.
You are m n ni Hfled that tha
kbove .-npti-.n, .1 action baa been in-
istlttited auaiiisi >>'i in th.' Plrcttlt
i "OUT Ol He lltil Judli nil I' i.-llil of
l-l..iida in aii'l for I'i.i. Count} t..
i. i,.,--...s.' n mavteagi i|x>n the follow -
i in ,1, anihi -1 r, il prtipi 11> :
I.,.i 13, lilock I SCOTT LAKE
MAN'iik SECTION ONE, according
to Hi. flu t lie i. of, recorded in I'bit
lt....k .'.: al Prtge 7* ..f the Public
i:. -,l- ,.f I'.i'l. Count *. II' ri'l.i.
.ii.'h.r with Suhnrban Gas \\a!i
Type 'v.-ii Model MUft-Uft: huhnr-
i..in i Bui in tlan Sui face rnii
\l. I, ,i; | :i.i|.oiiii Ri frig.
i a lor rr.L'n : \ em ii u ItHnds;
I'a nidi Water lb Mi
I'XjrlSi.i.Vi
\ .........II 'I In fill
pvser i" plainl ff's romplalnl w+th Ihe
C rk '. tin nforesald Co and
-. i \ ,i cops lit. r. ; apnll pbt nil 11-
VI \ ItT! S I INI-:, I Kh F.......
I ..i.i. Federal Etiildlng, Mia
Floridii mil Inti i than Noi i mlM 25,
i 11. ,-i... iro i "oufi --" ill
i i ngalnm "ii.
i. vrl :i i '' i-i- -. ""'-
E II I.I-: VTHERMAN
Clerk of lie 'Ircull i"n i
, Hy: N. A HEWITT.
I'. |>uts i "' i k
\i \l: I l\ FINE
-. i PI
Ith FI.M.r "mi. Fed. ml lllda
in ::.. i: I -s-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60970-A
IN BE: Uetati "l
B\M 1 LESS
Deoaaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami aii Per..... Hav-
iii claims or Danutnds Agalnal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and rc-
.mired 1.. |,i.s, in an.v laims and de-
mands which >oii may nave agalnal
Un- estate Of SAM KI.KSS deceased
lei, ..i ii.id, County, Florida, to the
County Judges ..f Dade County, and
file tin- sain,- in duplicate and an pro-
vided in Section 7:15,16, Florida Stat-
utes, in tln-ir "fin is in the County
Cnnrthouae In I'.nle County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
"i the same will be barred,
Dated at Miami, Fiorina, this 18th
'ii | ..| I'.-li'liei. Al' 163.
IIAKKV ZCKERNICK
As Executor
i'i.- publkation of this notice on
Hi i nh day "f Oetoba r, <' I
II wtltv ZCKERNICK
ah..i-n. >' for Executor
:;.i Lincoln ltd Miami Beach
!'/-" II 1-8-13
LEGAL NOTICE

hi

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In Ml mil 12, Fla,

E COUNTY JUDGES COURT
' AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61047-C
,% K I' 'HEN
i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' !-- ..n.i All Persona iinv-
. 0 manda Againat Said
rbj notified and re-
"ix :,um- or .....
iiuu have againat
i i:\kin.s k COHEN
-a 'at.- oi Dade County, Flor-
"" '',..,,, ,|,|e,.- ,,| |,H,|,.
and flic the same in dupll-
provtdi
i\ i
.

.I...
'da. ,.,
IK.lire nil
ANN \v. c, IHEN
1 -le'N K vl'I.AN
"iV'lhU
i October, 1963,
Kaplan CaUman
., ...'' "rli liiinin
tecutora
li.M Street
I". 18-15, 11 1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. :N CHANCERY
No. 63C 10295
Mi 'Kins SEI Iv '\ : S an I
-.>..
VVII 1.IA.M lloYH m.in.
NOTICE OF SUIT
-,.. w i1 i i \m i. ivn
\ .- i
VRE HE
, ,1 "
nil
mm.
m and i"
i.i:. i.M i-:

for ihe
:.. in.; the
'
. 'ouni s. i- lor-
.i "\mi:
1...1 :. | Hock 'I liCNCHE PARK,
din thi 'lal then of, re-
.. rib 'i In PiI II ..... at Pagi
in. Pub i. H.....I i of 1 ni.
. 'ounts I id '. together i'li -ill
Improvements noa or hereaftei on
i.i n I ii.I .ill tin niture, fix-
tures. ,-liattels and other appliances
nou ..i hen afti r mtnlned thi i eln
Th Sull at lnl II oted lu the I Mr-
nit Court ..f ihe nth Judicial cir-
. uii in and for l ."'. i 'ounty, i"i Ida,
in Uhancery, Said mortgage "as
I. ,i m 11 It. Hook 36 -it Pa*' 51!
in the Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida.
ir \ou rail to gnawer as herein re-
quired, jildKineiil I" d. fanll Will I"
i.iiv.n agalnal vou for the relief di
man.I..I in Hi. C..ni|.:.iiiu.
IT IS HEREin lered thai tins
Notice sliali be 1'iil.lisi'eii ..ne, :. week
for fiini ill wei ks in THE JEWISH
I- I.i '111 I n W. a n. -|..i| i- |.iil'll-:i. il
in Miami. Dade County, Florida and
i i'i,. .i mi. iii irculatlon In i' idi
i 'ounl'. FI : Ida
WITNESS MV IIAM> as Clerk of
naid Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida, gad thi al said I 'ourl al
Miami, Dade Count Fli rlda, thl
ftnd i. x of 11. ,..!..
I-:. II. LEATHKRJI N
Clerk ..f the Cln nit Court
l lade Colin i. Florida
I...ill |l) K M I.YMAW
I Ii put) i. i k
in J5, ll 1-8 I .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61CS5-C
IN RE: Ksta;. ..f
XOBMA.N CONRAD H iRKIWOFF,
.' k ii NORMAN c. SARKISi IFF,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I.. All Creditors and All Peraons Hav-
ing Claims .a- Demands Agulnat Said
i:- late
Y-ni are heraby noHfead and re-
quired t" in. s.nt ans claims and rte-
i i.mils which > "ii may have iiga'.nst
Ih. of NORM \ N C' INH \ 11
SARKIStiFF, It s a NORMAN C
SARKISi IFF 'I' as. rt lute of I Mde
County, Florida, to tht Counts Judges
. i I bide "inn. .in.I lib the same in
r le mi.! ii- |.|*..\ l.le.l 111 S< I I '"ll
16, Floi i.ia Statutes, In th.....f-
flees III the Ci.lllllV C, .11 It l|. .11 s. ill
l iinie i 'ounts. Florida, within -
.ini.i' in..mils from the lime of the
i'i' st publication hereof, or thi aama
-.ull i barn d.
Doled .ii Mi.in.i. Florida, tins lath
daj ..I ii. loin .. x i' -..:
KI.I.A MARTHA SINKS
\- Em .-uir.x
Flral publication of il.t- notice on
Ihi Ii tht! of i'. i"i" :. IV63.
H \m:i /.i ,N but NICK
Attornes i" ex. -ni ix
l: i.......in Ri! Miami Ik
in 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No. 3C I08a
M i:i{CEI iBS di i i 'ARMEN
hRESNEIHI,
I'i..I'
I
MANt'KI. A FRBKNEIM >,
I'. : adant.
NOTICE O^ PUBI.ICAT.ON
. m I A. F ne lo
i
i....
V. in /in
vi >r, m \\'i i:i. v fresn i:i" i,
. -:.|, ne, Centre '
Local Carrel I entre
.' y *. .i. I :.n .| : .........
.
I, inip'ain
xx iii i ii. 'I. rk "i i la- a bow i
I ml -.ri. ,. i- us then ol upon i !INt '
I- NEHRETTI, Attorney, 910-11 Con-
-1 n i: 2nd \
Miami. I loi Ida, on m i" fori the 18th
iiay of Novi els, com
i n ill be iii.. n .1- .in- -- il
Dated Uiis li-.li dns of tk-tobi
B, 13 LEA I'HKRMAN
Cl< rk "i ih- Clicult Court
I igde 'o ints Florida
(ai .ill H> : c. P ci iPELA.N'D
Depul) "lerk
I" Ix-:'",. 11. |-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
th, underalgned, desiring t<. engSaTe In
1'iisin.ss tinder the flctltloua name of
JIMMIES BARBERSHOP at 1243 W
Flagler s'i., Miami. Florida Inti n.ls to
register said name with the Clerk of
tin Circuit Courl Dade County,
Florida,
VINOE TUItllELJ-,
i. H. MAYERS
Attorney for Purchaaer
1612 Congress Uldg.
Miami :::'. Fla.
in :'".. 11 i-s-is
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60897 A
in RE: Batata of
TIIKI.MA PURGES
I',-.-. a~.'i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ll i 'redltoi h and All Persons Hav-
Iga Clalma oi Demarida Agalnal Said
ISMate:
N" ii an- hereliy notified and re-
quired to proseni an) clalras and de-
mauds xx Iii. ii m.ii m.iv have agalnal
i be .stale of THEI.MA PURGES de-
.i-eii int.- ..i Dade County, Florida,
to the Coiint\ .luilites of I lade Coun-
ty, .in,I file th. am. in duplicate and
as i'1-.ivldei in Section 7:t.16, Florida
Statutes, iii their offices in the Coun-
ty c.n riii-.n-e Iii Dade County, Flor-
ida, union six calendar months from
the time of the tn.-t publicttlon here-
of, or Ihe sNIIIe will lie L.i'leil
I'ate,! at .Miami. Florida, thi- 17th
ii:i v ,.| l NHobi i A.I >. 1'.". I
OK" iRGK 'HBRBN
\- Administrator, t"i'.\
1'iii'ii, ni Ion of i in- noi
the _' .1 h <1 .,- 1 HI ,s. -. r>.. -.
' HEREN & GDI.DEN
Vttorne) foi \dn ,ni-i ,ii..i i "TA
i. iT i il>.......< Ulda Miami a '. Fla
in .'".. ii i-x-ir,
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring t" engag.
buatness under the flctltloua nann
CER rtl i !: 1' APPLIANCE REPA11
ll ::xn| S.W. :!
Intends t" registe" said name wll
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dt
Counts, Florida.
ABC Funding "o Inc.
Sole ''ii'i
KE8SUCR ..- CABS
Aii...-n, | for BC Funding I "o Inc.
1998 S.W, lal si Miami. Fla.
10 I-11-1S-2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN tha
the undersigned, dealrlng t. engagi !t
business ui"l. ; the fictitious nann o
9TII ST. VlUALITY. MARKET at 6""
N.W. I'iii Street. .Miami. Florida, n
tend to regiater said name with :h
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I
Counts, Plot Ida
IRVING COHN
Ri ISALTN CI IHN
S\Nl-< IRD FREED
Aiiin ii. x for Applicants
lfi/U-18-2
,N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60881-A
IN UK I'.-im. ni
i 'HARLES I 'IX' >N,
I'. ceaae I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ''iv .n"i and All Pi I wins II n -
ille ClalmS "! I :..!-,lis A U. I I 11 I S;l,.l
Esl il
Vou in- herebs notified and re-
quired In in sent an) claims and de
manda which ymt mas have aga nsl
the estate of CHARLES DIXON", de-
. .1 lati ..I l '..I. '' ..nut >. I lorlda,
judges ..I I i.i.i. 'oun-
Minie ill duplicate and
s. .-ii,.n 733.IH, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 00668-A
IN RE: Estate of
II ENRY SCISIIREK
1 iised.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All ir. din rs and All I', i Bom
iiiir clalma or Demanda Againat s"al
Estati .
V quired lo preaenl an) clalma and di
inands which you may have
the eatati of HENRY KCISOREK d
ceased late of Dnde County, Floridi
I., ia., i'ounij Judges of i'ml. i
and file the same in their offl I
tin- County curtiiinise in Dade
Flo Ida. within slxcaleadar n
from th.- date of the flral publlcatlo
nere< f, or i lie v-i me i\ ill be ba
si:i.m v hick i.i:s. Exi cutrix
ll \\;\:\ STEINBERG
11 |.>I lie.
-:-. Arthur t loilfn j Roa l
Miami i ii. Floi Ida
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ty C
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Ihe titiii of tin
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT If
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 11395
MARY JE VNINE I'EAVY,
Pla lltllf
v s.
lii'nii ii: \vv.
I >. ', ml,ml.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VOl*. 111 : 11 I'EAVY, Resldi
I'nknown, are notified t" serv
.i
Ii "if. es In thi I '.....
n I ii.l. Counts l-'l"r-
ali n lar mont hs from
Ublic It "11 l'el .--
vx ill be barred
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'lICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, dealrlng t<> engage in
i.ii-iti. .-> under thi i l lloua na
The Weiiiiinu Bhuppe: The Bridal
' Path: Welcome Bride .it ::>.! I Coral
\\ a>. Miami Intends t" gun aid
name v. ith the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Courl Of Had.- Counts. I -lorlda.
MARIAN iki.i:i-ii-:i.ii
Sole I Iwller
1" lx-:'.-,. ii i-x
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe umI. i -- d, d< nil Ing t.. eng
business under the fictitious name of
SI N COSMETICS .v BEAl'TY MI'S
ii l:'.'.i N'.K. I.:.'.!.] Street, Mo Mlnml
Beai li Intends lo regiater said name
with the ci.-rk of the circuit Court
. Florida.
SUN REACTS A HVRBEB
si I'i'l.v C''.. INC.
i A l-'la. '.ni' I
10, 1-11 -lx-:'.'>
I 'at. .I at Ml I lorlda, this I I'll
..... of tie toiler, \ I > 1963
' HARLES A DINON
\ ,\. ior,
Flral l.'.l'llenl |i :. ..I I ll r
Hie 27,1 Ii iliil ..! 'ei I
I.' IBERT S.-i'T ;' K ', I I'M \ \
\ um ne) for Ex I i
Ti I
llll Alnsli > I :;.l
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IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. C.'C 10538
III-: WII.I.IA.\JSI;l ltt;H
sa \l\i :s BAVK
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Till >\l \s V I- VTRH lx". el IN. el .ll,
I '. I.ml., in
NOTICE OF SUIT
rtl \ -t"i l: i '.ii Ii in and Deal
\ n lllS il'e.
11 16 -...I AVi II
Amnra, UII
You an heiebj notified thai thi
bIkii caplloued action ha> been In
SIlMlle.l .tn.ilh-I \..u 111 thi ClrVUit
i ..in i ..t the Bl< nth Judicial circuit
nf Florida In ami for Dade County to
forccloae a mori; upon the follow-
ing .i.-s.-i :ii, ,i r, ai property:
I...1 13. Block t SiiiTT T.AKi:
MANOR, SECTION ONE, according
to the I 'hit thereof, reonrded in Hiat
Book "7 ,il I'm;,. JO of the I'lll'll.
Recorda of I'a.le County, Florida,
together itli Suburban i:.,.- w.iii
Typ, Oven Model tui No. 8-118;
Stiliurliati 4 Burner Gas Sui-fnee
Itiit .Mi.de] 711 No. '--"I: Hotpolnl
K.-ll leel'Mli.r Ni.. .-'IIWI': Nelletillll
Blinds; Parade Water Heater Model
s::i'-i l-x No, IS6U I
V,,u are reiimred t>, file your ati-
awer lo plaintlflTa complaint nith the
i 'lerk .a the a for. said Com t, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
ay MARTIN FINE, nth Floor,
i'jile Federal Building, Miami 32.
i lorlda noi later than November Sth,
1968, or a Decree I'i >? Confesso wfli
red agalnal you.
II AT El > i. tod. i I. 1968,
I-:. II. LEATHERM \ N
Clerk of the PtrruH Court
(- all B) C, P CI 'I'KI.AND
Deputy Clerk
MAIM'IN FINE
\ito. ney for Plaintiff
14th Pliatr i '..I. Fi deral i'lds-
Miami J:', Floii.U
10/4-ll-lx
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innl xx iiii i 'lerk < if ilnv "ourl
\..< mhi i- .' .. 1963, "i'
ni ni 111 be i -.nf. --.-.I b) "i.
I IATEI' i '. tobei 22, 191
K B LEATHERMAN
i irt
..,, K .1 LS'MAN,
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I" ::. il i-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ll! VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10891
: a 'I.I. \i: S WIN. IS BAN lx ll
< I' SEW Vi IRK,
BRCCE I' PETILLl I, ux. i
I lefi mil ni-
NOTICE OF SUIT
: u. I'. I'.-iillo and
I,,. in I'nki
.. ii.I If i ii i. -I. their unki
and ii dead, the ui
eea, .. -
lam -. iiora, i. dltois. iruati
other <
.....-I an> llf ill.
iiiime.l defendants who ari di
V'ou ii 11.-1. i.> notified thai thi
ti..\, captinned action has been it
-i tuted agalnal sou In the i
c, mi ..i th.- l ith .lu.ii lal C rcult '
K oi Ida In and lor Dade County
foreclose a mortgage upon the follov
u iiesei-ihed real property:
l.nt 1*. I'.l'iik IJ SCI ITT I AK
MANOR, SECTION SIX, aocordln..
i.i the llal thereof, recorded in I'I:
Hook Ki ii Page 11 "I the 1'uld
Rccordx "i Dude County, Florida, t>
gether with Venetian Bllnda, We*
in-.-ii,. -.- Refrigerator lll.-i- ai
Westlnghouae Automatic Waaher,
x ,.-i are I'eQUlred to file your ai
swer i.i plaintiffs complain! with ti
ci, rk ,.| ii,,. aforeagld Court, an
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff i
BltoriU') MARTIN FINE, nth Floo
Dnde Federal Building, Miami a..
Florida not later than November '-'".
1963, .,l ,i',- Pro i '.infe.--.' \\
I.. '. rt .i ugaInsl s ou,
I IATEI.....tober --. 1968
I-: B, LEATHERMAN
i '.I. rk of the Circuit Court
B) N A HEWITT,
Deput) Clerk
M \i:tin FINE
\ for Plaintiff
1 Ith l-'l..... I 'ml. Fi .I. ml I'.ldg.
Miami 32, Floi
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Friday. October 25, 1963 +Jewist> ncricfiann Page 13-A Dov Joseph Calls for Renewed Aid Two Mesivta Senior High School students, Joel Kornreich and Dav.d Luchins, are congratulated for their high performance in t-e National Merit Scholarship Examination last spring. The two youths moved one step closer to winning a four-year Mer.' Scholarship to the college of their choice. Advising them • ( thi' ami Jewish Federation ;I Hosl Community Comthe 32nd annual Cvn My d| the Council <>t .i, ^derations and Welfare I aking place at the Diplo from Nov. c to 10. Th< % %  Sidney Lefcourt. Federatii resident; Mrs. Stanley C. e president; Samuel N. honorary president; and V Carl Weinkle. trustee. Mrdyers and Mrs. Weinkle. issisti I \ ice Chairmen Mrs.j Aamr rr and Mrs. Jean C. Leh. enlisted an extraordidt volunteers to bring Ihi : : \li.inn hospitality to the more than l.ooo delegates from the I ited States and Canada who will bi guests of the assembly. being held here in honor of t! • :.ith anniversary of the v..imi Jewish Federation. I el the community have • 11 to take part in the iily program, and their .11 be of particular Import at the Wednesday even i .(i:i welcoming out of n Lasts. Thursday's first full ol delegates, and the ening banquet, tradi ight ot the assembly •i import,int committees Miami hospitality are '07S Found on Masada l\ (JTA) —The findini: iand fragments ot SDUtll cave near the cliff at the Masada the shore of the' ere reported here b) noted Hebrew Unihaeptojist at the end of week of excavations at oi the palace of Herod, • 'lea in the first century nd later the stronghold ot • gainst the Roman conthe following communal leaders ates Lounge, Mrs, Harry Orleans, Mrs, Sidney M Schwartz; Wednesday Nighl lire option, Mrs. Sidney l.elcoiirt, Mrs. I.eon Kap Ian; Youth Leadership Activities, Ma:-hall S Harris; Friday Night Home Hospitality. Mrs, ('.ill Weinkle; Saturday Night Cocktail Party. Mr-. Sam Blank, Mrs. Samuel Friedland. Golf Tournament, Stanley C Myers; Table Decorations. Mrs. Harold Spaet: Agency Tours, Mrs Charles P Feinberg; Participation. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. Sol Silverman; Message Center and Information, Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin. Office and Clerical. Mrs Max well Hyman, Mrs Philip F. Thau; Ticket Sales. Mrs Gerald Soltz. Mrs. William Brenner: Favors, Mrs. Inez Krensky. LOS ANGELES—(JTA)—Israel's Minister of Justice, Dr. Dov Jos' sph, said here that the terminatiouU of German reparations payments' and America's sharp reduction of I grants in-aid to Israel make it imperative that Israel find other sources of foreign income. "Israel Bond* can help us brdge the gap between what we received in the past and what we will get in the future,'' he stated. Dr. Joseph addressed a gathering of some 1,200 women attending the 10th anniversary bond luncheon in the Beverly Hilton Hotel Oond purchases at the event brought to over $1,000,000 the to tal produced by the women's division since the beginning of 1963. Pointing out that the Arabs have been getting weapons from Russia and substantial financial aid from the United States, Dr. Joseph declared: "We cannot carry unaided the triple burdens of defense, economic development and immigrant absorption. For that reason, we need the help of American Jews in the non-defense area, to ensure that Israel will continue to expand its economy and serve as a guide to the new nations of the world." Stressing the financial burden Involved in immigrant absorption. Dr, Joseph said that, belore the lieu citizen can become part of the country's economic lite, the Government must provide him with housing, teach him a trade. teach him Hebrew, stimulate industrj in order to provide him with a job. and. aa prerequisite to the latter, provide roads, water and other essential services in underdeveloped areas, without which a community cannot ex'st. "All of this imposes a tremendous drain on the national budget, which can be alleviated only through income derived from Israel Bonds, our chief source of foreign investment en distinguished service to the capital." Dr. Joseph declared. i Fo^rjm^President H^rv s. Truman has approved the establishment of an award bearing his name to honor outstanding nation al and local leaders who have giv cause of freedom and to the promotion of American friendship for Israel, it was announced in New York by Abraham Feinberg. pres.(ient of the Israel Bond Organizaion.) Survey Shews Luke-Warm Argentine Jewish Affiliation BUENOS AIRES — (JTA) — Halt of the Jewish couples married here in the last two years. read Yiddish and 50 percent of; them read Jewish publications, \ mainly in Spanish, a survey con; ducted here by the Latin American section of the American Jew ish Committee indicated. The report of the survey was made public this week by Abraham Monk, director of the AJC office here. A questionnaire had been circulated to all Jewish newlyweds, and answers were received from 97 per cent of the couples married in the last two years. The data showed that 71 per cent ol the husbands ami 57 per cent of the wives "nominally affiliated" with some .lew ish organization, but onlj 20 per cent attend Jewish activities. Of the total respondents, 87 per cent were born in Argentine, 70 per cent had "son*;" Jewish education, 12 per cent had taken private Hebrew courses, and 34 per cent disapproved of the quality of Jewish schooling here. The figures also showed that 57 per cent observed the Passover by having a Seder with their parents. 47 per cent fast on Yom Kippur, eight per cent eat kosher food, seven per cent observe the Sabbath, 40 per cent attend synagogue, mainly on High Holy Days. Ninety per cent thought it was possible to be a good Jew while living outside Israel. Monk said that the Argentine Jewish community need not expect a demographic expansion, on the basis of this survey, since most of the couples indicated they plan on having no more than two or three children. **VVVSW*'V<**V'>*VVVV*^A***^ DISCOUNT PROCESSING KODACHROM 8MM Roll 1.00 3lx20Mt 1.00 127-620-120 EKTA 1 00 KODaCOLOP JUMBO PRINTS 12 EXPOSURES 2.00 B&W EXPOSURES .75 Mail or Bring with This Ad Craig's Camera Center 73S6 S.W. Red Rd. Ph. 665-5111 ROOM and BOARD For Elderly Pecple Special low suir | mer rates, strictly Kosher. Warm •* mosphere. Car service. Also Efficienc I I —reasonable Rate. Mrs. H. Levin, I 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-374 s Yeshiva Students Facing Trial In Jerusalem Continued from Page 1-A day was Jerusalem Julie Grasse Mother Superior of St. Joseph Convent, She testified that, on the afternoon of Sept 10. she heard a commotion and saw 80 to KM) "religious persons'' in the convent courtyard. she said that a nun immediately Kuked the front doors, and that the demonstrators did not enter the convent but "sat or squatted" without hurting anyone or injuring property "Thej neither at tacked or damaged the premises," she testified The Mother Superior -.nd that she summoned police, who removed the demonstrators "without incident NOW! VALUABLE GIFTS FOR NEW CHECKING ACCOUNTS Tubelite—perfect closet dehumlditler and woik light. A must foi home owners. tor. g Vet £afe-GrVe* "urs of Continuous "Wfef from Minor ITISMIM vives hours of ronrinuou* % %  arthritis' minor pains — a rhronir pin arisinir from 'he joints. Anacin alao rent; and inflammation. 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UNIVERSITY NATIONAL S GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later ••Satisfactory work by Experienced Men" BANK of Coral Gables .,r S AM MUM •fyll Oar IN mm Ttiurtaaa imn I U III %  1190 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY • DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Member I etter.il Deposit lusjriiiice Corp. Member feder.il Reserve Systf"



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Frge 8-B *>Jmistfhridiar Friday, October 25 V.OMAN OF THE WEEK Florence Pick was a busy little girl Born in New York, she trav • i around with her parents who were in the hotel business. The only ng that remained always the same was the pUno *J* *j n She started studying music when she was live, and continued th private tutors all during her travels. She raMbenjthatshe -. nt to (our different hi^h schools in three years. Florence concerned en she was in her teens, and gave her last solo when she was twenty o •• %  in Savanah, Ga. In a life disrupted bv travel, she felt mechanized business coming the (ore It was hard to come down to reality, but she did. ami k up a business career after her divorce from Peruvian Naval Cominder Rafel Torrico. They had one son who is married. Florence ,res her grandchild, and is eagerly awaiting the arrival of another ,&* FtOMNCE one. Florence's business career was interest log and varied. She came to Miami in 1945. dM secretarial work, painted blouses and fablie. and was active in the Ring Theatre, where >••, appeared in many plays. She met her late husband. Albert Pick, at Mana Zucca's, and they were married in 1949 Always active in philanthropic work. Florence became even more charity-minded. Miu-e her husband was a philanthropist belongs to man) organizations, among them Symphony Club, of which shi first president, on" the board of the Music Cl America. i president of Fight for Sight the Council for Inn II is i rare occasion when Floret isn't % %  sic event in Greater M stoi tx r ::. si the intinail sketches of the interes people hoin she meets make her a mm ner p.'.-.nor She practices her p..mo i u .. bit of accompanj Sim ces to travel, Florence has been to Europe man) I mes i of bei ... onto places Since shi terned foreigt hire the) always ::-.sist that she : in touch irith thorn ..hen she arrives in their country. Florence lets I • see mar;, spots and peopie less traveled and observed by Bus) with her music, her philanthropic works. ... and travels Florence still found time to crowd one > ,. ito her life She now has a new child. Miss Pick, a F-mont ahua, weighing less than two pounds With a ignish l in her eye Fiorenc* says Miss Pick is very smart. : i Love me. love m> dog %  -* SEVENTH HEAVEN Etb.< \. -V: s dream came tnie Her children. File-, and Robert • _,r %  bc in Geneva Switzerland, where Robert >.s executive c pret eat of the Funds of Investors Overseas Service came to Ul attend a convention. The first night, they went wild chot sandwiches sour cream and vegetables, knockwurst d creamed herring At the cocktail party that Esther and Sidney S hwartz gave in their honor were many old friends and family ot I the guests were Mr and Mrs Sy Trieb, Mrs Florence idman. Mr and Mrs Justin SeifeJ Mrs Miriam Schwart; and her ". Barry. Shepard Broad Morris iRuth :> i lit Mr .i %  ..-. Mrs Samuel frothy and Hy Feld lEttae s sister New York and with them Mrs. Chester Siege) also from Sen k Ethel s niece and Mr and Mrs Sidney Cor fOT A SHOOT-NG SAFARI At <: Meyers I er hesband. Ben. are home from their -.-: trip to Africa It is one that won't be forgotten, accord.r_ : h w adred s of colored pictures they look. As a girl. Anna once shot ird S I the way the gun backfired, and now dreadful e poor '•' dead bird lookea. So their safari was not a shooting e — joat a .• kiag s.i-. trials. The pictures of the natives they took the fame bos ride froea Durbin around the Cape are simply rv elous • B D YOU KNOW? Si C hester Krone i> tanUed to have her son. Chester Jr I me for a visit even if it's for such a short time. He's the one from I York wke ;s editor of several magazines, including Escape Sylvia and Irving B. Kaplan left for San Francisco to see the •and ncr grandchild Naturally, it's a girl for Beth and Dr Stewart • •akL aaaxv. Erica Lynne Tfee Kaplans have three garls themselves Del ;Vrs Raymond Rnbir. got a letter from son Harian Lane, who B a professor at 1'mvenaRy of Micais-aa. He was just presented the T r lhtn. Harold Tanaen and Jo.' Gassec They pressed the button. At .. last MM elevator dooa ocraed aae they were looking into the •ea of Fred Sher Dr Melv.r Becker and Mrs B B Goldstein, all -g for the elevator to Nttn Again, they s-jpposedly went up. I d again they found they were still on the first floor Everyone upstairs, rncharhng Mrs. Charles Goldstein. James Mack. HaroM Rand aad Mr. Leon Fisher, aad Alvia Cancel ho earned coffee Candlelight Vows For Linksmans A double ring cardlelight ceremonv on Sunday. Oct. 20. united V.vi-na Mirow and Mark S. Linksman, now honeymooning in Puerto Rico. Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated at the early evening nuptials which were followed by a formal dinner in the home of the bride s parent* Dr and Mrs. Richard R Mirow. 13195 No Biscayne Bay Dr. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a ballerina length gown of traditional satin for the gold, yellow and white wedding. Fashioned in the empire line, the frock featured a fitted bodice reembro:dered with pearls and crystal drops, an Aline skirt with drape back, square neckline and putted sleeves. The tvvoiierred bouffant French Illusion veil fell from a crown of I pearls and crystal drops, and she carried white orchids, lily-of-thevalley and step:.-.: on a Bible. Attending the couple were Mady Mirow. sister of the bride, and Mike London, best man The new Mrs. Lir.ksman is .;.-,:, ol Miami Beach High and "-•' < : '-he University of Miami The bridi is the son of Mr and Mrs Charlt si ksmai Av< A -: • %  • Pi vati Scl 1963 Goldenbergs On Honeymoon Here The former Sylvia Classman „, Miami Beach, became the brid of Norman Goldenbert recent)* i tenth morning een> a noon re. MRS. J8K UHKSMAH I the University of Miami connected with Ri staurant in Orlando, '. %  h ere the young couple will make • Spira, Stone Exchange Vows New York City. The mony was followed b ecption in the Manhattan Chan* ier's Restaurant. Later in the afternoon, the niwlyweds boarded a Miami hriind jot liner, arriving in time for second reception in the Upat i rs Room of the Miami Beach ChaS l. i 'a. Now honeymooning in Miaaj Beach, the couple plan to return in 1)< comber as permanei I • Traitels Reveal Maureen's Troth Mr. and Mrs. William Traitel. o! Di troit. Mich., annonncth engagement of their daughter, Mau reen, to John Anthony Lesli of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Leslie i Prairie Ave Miami p. Miss Traitel i> a Highland Park Collegi in Detroit Mr. Leslie is a gradt L'nivers'tv of Michieai of the Fashion In>tr ,.i TenV log) in New York I H graduated with h H. is a member ol He is a production i la'.ifl w ith hi> | a rtts in the ifacturing bus i The wedding mil ti %  troit on Thank-. Si bride of .' %  nupt Mrs .. t J 3 % %  1868 SW 16th SI '• %  : Mrs HI Sj • -' • S] iri I Th< n of antiqw hiti beng 'ned with front :•• ;ian imported pointe • U :. lace an I chapel-length %  of Mr and Mrs Aaron Spira. of Fair Lawn. N.I the I ri li _room had hi> brother. HilSpil -" ma". I included Ban*) Cole. Harold Cole, Kutner and Malcolm K..:: A grs luate of Mian High the ne MrS| attend• %  L'niversity of completed one year of N' %  ': FPUS m the sit) attended the 1 I Ki ntuck) Law .:. thi L'.S Xa moon in Puer U live in Paterson N .' %  miss miunttN rstnu Rummage Sole Monday Tifereth Israel > hold a short business i.o followed by a rui in and social evi • ,r| *•* 8 30 pm m thrial HHi 6J00 NO. Miami \-> mS. ilMIT SPtll Harvest Moon Festival Dance Haystacks, apple cider blue Jaasa and "eoblm< vr,'.\ create ataaeagdMCC for Westbrooke Country Clubs Harvest M\' • f ictiltml Car* of • SaoaW f iskimt *'• •a pnmiiti tk. AlVIN STEIN Mmimittrmft 1 L HCMTttSFllO *. A4MaJsfrtr Tfce •tH^t S^mti*m H, Crraet, Met. mm4 DR HENRY De STEFANO *NSO^SCES S *SSOC'AT,OS *\i"Dr. Amotd C Clement FOt T E p RAC CE Qr GENERAL DENTISTRY AT S163 N.E. 2nd AVE PL 7-1737 MOWS: MOW. TWtU SAT. E.f;, B. : I aeofiing-L"""*"! mm Storoge 1201 .•* S"* f Miami B* jE 86104



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I : Page 10-A fJewisHhridliair Friday, October 25 1963 mil '9 IOUS & crviccs uhis UJeckend ASUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle vt. Orthodox. Rabbi liaac Ever. Ida) 5:iS p.m. fefttiurdaj 8:S0 a.m. I ^NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. j Conservative Rabbi Abraham Sch* %  vartz. • tisrdav R:30 B.m. Sermon: "The najnaue i ind Its inihii mi•> %  on the mmunlty." Reception In honor of thl iveddhtg anniversary ol mentis, Mr. and .Mi.-.. Irving Hacks, will low s. r\ Ices. PEHH DAVID. 262b SW 3rd ave. Con. servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipton. dk) 8:1J i m. All nen students In %  • Hebrew de|iartmenl "ill l>e eon%  ated. s iturdaj 8 a.m. Bar Mltslj: Cnli. it. sou of .Mi. %  ml Mrs, "ii Hoffman. E3ETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. iil.-iy : %  ::: %  < p.m. Hatutriaj 8: n .. m : in. HI: "Abraham's Journey." V=TH EMETH YEHUDAH MOSHE. >**30 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Pino. di.v 8:1." .'in. Saturda} 5:4." a.m. f Mltsvah: Robert, son ol Mr. and Saul CM.II.I. LETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or. thedox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. • CE-TH JACOB. 301-311 Washington aVe. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. I Mat %  in i m Saturday R:3M a.m. i I-JIIOII: "Climbing the Hills ul SueWashington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. JADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st Conservative. Rabbi Harold Riehter. Cantor Jack Lerner. % %  i las 8:1.-1 P.m. Sermon: I he Jew an Individualist." Knturdn} S:30 m. Hormon: "Portion of the Wei k i:nr Mltsvah: Kdwln, son of Mr. and ..IHnrr) Fnrher, CANDLEUGHTING TIM 7 Heshvan — 5:25 p.m. -LAGLER %  GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg. • • EBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S NAI 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. • — ISRAELITE CENTER 3<75 SW 25th T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu Frldaj 3:43 p.m. Saturday 8:4i a.m. Let Us Dedicate Ourselves To the Principles of Peace BETH KOOESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Mcdei n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. rriil.iv r.:45 p.m. Bnturdaj 8:43 a.ni .'-. niMii: "we Korae Ahead." Hal Mltsvah: Rubtrl Bdward, son of Mr. and Mi -. Herman l.a.innaii. I: • %  %  P.m. "The ["oitloti ..i Law." 3:45 p.m. 'I'm. Mi.in.Hi. i-lll." BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH.-ietthT and NE ,,J KNESETH ts ^£_. ^Vggtfj. Sak£~ZEg2??J!&2i K,>sch L e 'n P : Cantor Abraham^ baum. OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Fridaa 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Maturity Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas WeberKnives Main Problems." lias Mitt-I m an. vnh: Kmlly, daughter ..f Mr. and Mrs. : ftudj Hess, Saturda) 8:45 a.m. Hal SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th Mltsvah: Barry anil Clary, -"iiof Mr, st Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green. ami Mrs. Jaek Ureenwnld. wald. — • FYldai S:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Dreams CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 ,-1; ill.-.l Sill III laj '• n in Bai Mltvnh: -ia\. .-..ii "f Mr. and Mrs. Paul s. hafer. • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Cantor Maurice Neu. 1'ii.i.iv 8:1." i'in Sermon "A flod in IIIIURI inea Shabhal In li"ii"r < %  '' golden wedding annlversar) >f Mr. ami Mrs. William Platl hosted bj rt.ii children and grandchildren. Mr. Platl i> chairman % %  ( rellgioi comMi. ami Mrs. Herbert lluxhnuin In honor of their anniversary. Saturday : %  a.in swan. HI: "W.-i-kly Portion of iluI .aiv" TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE loth ave. Reform Rah bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. ; l'ii. lav vl.'. :> ni. s rin.'ii "The IN" I In Ri irospecl." TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zsmora ave Rauoi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ber Dickson. Krldrty 8:13 p.m Sermon: "Beginning .i a Nation." Saturday 8:15 a.m. Serni. n "A Ne I •' ,! TEMPLE Z'C-N" 5720 SW 17h s Wan. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred man. Cantor Leo Urlich. Friday : p.m. *.mirilu\ \> ,, ,„ 0 ii "'Jiants in History." itsr u '/' yah: Monte, son of Mr. ;„,., M ', N '"' Kan.-. K TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M„ ml ave. Conservative. Rabbi wl Wernick Cantor Albert olanVg" I'rldaj 8:S0 p.m. S.-riin.n: "OOIHI <<'* s." uneg Shnbbal hosi BlaUrh I. Saturrl: > 9 a.m. Keruinn"Portlon ..f the w.. k —— e —— YOUNG ISRA^w. vo NE 1*1 .. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin St.iub" I rldaj ..:! p.m. Saturda) w • rn SM in..n: "TinWandering Jew." |t, r Mltsvah: Miuio-l Jny, son of \i ,,,,i Mrs i ""IBernstein. By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Congregation Beth El This week, the world observed 'nited Nations Day, commemorling the eighteenth anniversary f this vita] organization dedicatd in universal peace. The IN 3 predicated upon the belief that hen men will shake lian. I rather han fists, and settle their ditternces through talks rather than ith tanks, only then will world eaee be secured. The finest expression of man's ope for peace comes from Isaiah. .ho looked for the day when the ,olf and the lamb, the calf and he lion, would live together in armony. There is however, an arlier example of peace which s completely disregarded. In the Biblical account of Noah nd the flood, various animals did lve together in the Ark in perect harmony. Why is this exmple completely overlooked? The unity in the Ark was a unity I stress, stemming from a comi ion fear of the floodwaters ol instruction. They were all litrally in the same boat. This ;ind of unity could only be temlorary, for as soon as the flood ubsided. they were once again at ach others' throats. Isaiah, however, dreamed of a unity based on love and compassion, with mutual respect mong all men. This was a unity of permanence, which could and u inspired the hearts of all eople. Our world of today enjoys relalive peace. It is. however, a unity of stress, based upon a common car of the lloodwaters of nuclear i estraction. This is not the peace f which Isaiah dreamed A group of survivors were driftm m "lSllil Saturdai 8:4." i'"! t ion." in ni RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF unitf without streti TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kndall| dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. I i,i\ v ,:n p.m Sermon from "Moses I and Monotheism." e TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. | WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I'i-i'ia> vi.". |i.m. Sermon: "ilod's | Dreal RxpeMmen! s.iiui'la\ !l a m Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son "f Mi and Mrs .1. ri'in, l. Hlrw h. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reconstruction^. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday B:IS p.m. Sermon: "Refects In a Worthy Cause." Saturday |n;:!n u.m Si ml.ills "f 111 |."HI-l:ar ami Itas Mltsvah .lull will s|ieak "ii U li> Abraham l-ft Town?" TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. S"7 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi' Nathan H. Zwitman. Canter Brn Grossberg. 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. Meisber of Federal Heaw Lsan task Sjfiua Acceants op ts $1I,0M loi.rtd I, F.S.LI.C. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. ing aimlessly on a raft somewhere iri. lay v:: m. sermon: "The • ,i T ,.__ P riestly Benediction." Saturday va.m. in the ocean. In desperation, one i ;l Mltsvah: Mare, son of Mr. and of the men cried out, "Dear Lord, \ Mp *''•'" Si 1 "' 1 # if you spare us I promise I will! TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chatt r ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh — when suddenly, another man' Cantor David conviser. i. J ..r.^ m .... I i.ia> B:1S p.m, Sermon: "Major Isshouted. Stop, I see land! es Confronting RellRlon: the Moral,_ llty of the Bomb." Saturda) I" I How often do we see a family I Bar Mltsvah: Steven, son of Ml and unite in the face of tragedy, each! o} 'M,' : a!;:rMr:";.an';V'V.',' 1 ;''''"'" — e TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. IfiSOO NW (Current Annual Dividend FREE ROCKET COIN BANK 13" hif.h red. white and blue rocket an authentic replies of the famous U.S. Army rocket. Special inner launches all coins. •tikes saving fun. • There art 337.111 sun Doses in the U.S. INSURED SAFETY NO RISKS FROM MARKET CHANCES FUNDS ALWAYS AVAILABLE FREE COIN BANK mo obiiiaiioni 10 EXTRA DIVIDEND OATS (mssey seeetitfi k> the lets %  ill tars Mlertil treat the til) avmtfd A^O LOAN/ ASSOCIATION sinumsmnan t IOAN ASSOC. oept. DM RivERSIDE, CALIFORNIA %  S'jii.'.yf* eh ** *r ^SSTJTSLSt Bd .' ou ''•• %  M" nd literature. Attach names, amounts and descriptions for additional insured accounts.) I I MMFI I fleait open my account AOOHESS. CITY -20NE. _$TATt_ promising to slick together, and to care for one another. No sooner does the threat pass, when the unity passes with it. JOINT. Rabbi S 22 ave. Conservative. M. Machtei. 1 i Ida) 8:30 p in. Sermon: "How do you Assesa Wealth?" Ones Shabbal hi -i. .1 b) Mr. ami Mrs. Rli hard i: Lei us hope that the future Mnsnibem In honor ol iif-w-born years of the UN will be blessed '.'.'""i!'.'"' 8a,urda >' 1 ::; '" %  '' with success and fruition. Mav • this Chai" birthday portend the T !o M n P a L v E .. E c M on, N ,r U va1i L v.. ,7 S abr ;^n 0 B Continued "life Of this vital orLehrmar Cantor Hirsh Adler. ganization dedicated to the sus' ^[^ %]Z, .^TTv': and Mrs' taming of life for all men. May I'urnetl lt..iii lion Mltsvah MUhelle it achieve its lofty goal to deliver ll "'* h '--<: %  •< Mr. and Mrs. Milton \. n the world from destruction, and sin. "nol ? Mrtnd P M !" l Max M r!.rwi n thill bring the ship of mankind safely home to the coveted shores of universal peace, TYK OF ACCOUNT: (ckeck) INDIVIDUAL C0UP0SATIQ PARTNERSHIP O 0THIR Q No Charge For Transfer of Funds From Other Institutions Torah Dedication At Young Israel Emanuel Ungar, president of Vwng Israel of Greatat Miami. inounces a celebration for the nedication of a Sefer Torah on | .inday. 10 30 j.m., at Young Is i art. The Torah is being donated by rs. Francos Goldberg in memory oi her parents, and will be the first such dedication to be held TE MPLE !SRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. •'' Ida) 8:13 |i m. Quest Hiieaki i In Henr) KInit Stanford, uresidenl of 1 nlvei sit) ol Miami. 'I upli II,, Challenjre tu Fti llglon and Ed u ation." T f?l? L f JUDEA.* 320 Paler mo av Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Hoaet and Cantor Cordon Richards 1 '"! %  '* 8:13 |.m Majoi them, ol Jew* IHui-g) explained I lllusti TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. A R-form Congregation Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob G Bornslain, Cantor Services frWov, lfI5 P.M. Guest Speaker: DR. HENRY KiNG STANFORD President. University of Miami. "RELIG'ON and EDUCATION" in the newly-tonsiructed Young by Rabbi Podet and Cantor itk I.-rael Building. m l t! r< !5 } .,'" : :l '" '' %  Mltsvah .l.|i;.,,l II. ,i. „on of Mi and Mrs Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. spiritual itoaan. leader, said thai "an unusual pro-, TEMPLE MENOR'AH. 620 75th st nun has been prepared for this "" rv ^ v _'.^ b bi M *y" Abram celebration." consisting of a musical cantata by the Young Israel Choir under the direction of Benjamin Field. Cantorial liturgy will be rendered by Cantor Moses Weiss, as well as the inscribing of the final letters in the Torah by Rabbi Morris Prucbter. Acting as guest speaker will be Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Knesseth Israel Congregation of Miami Beach. owiu. Cantor Edward Klein. T TaVu m E wft R ~ T M ~ : &f • ano 'canfor S.^li. ^ h %  *-. '"'lay si:, ,,,„. B ermill ,. ..-,-,.,. ,., ensje and Response of Phllh Rn %  %  %  -:i:. a.m. i:.„ Mltavah i, ,' %  on "i Mr. and Mrs. More) \:\,,., T !7 M S5 >L |w 0 ? 8 ,r? L |, M ~T? :0n5erV V jTwlfASs^' TEMPLE TIFERETH~jcOB OK, Frlda > 1 ^""'One. Shabual ,„. M News.1 f un spot offers 3-doy, 2-nighl g.l-ocquo.nIM Adventure Pockoge. (38 per pen., 2 in o room, includei oir-conditioned room, 7 gourmet meoli, choice ol liihino, •oiling, but ond boot lour, or oler skiing plui iwlmmlng ond other lilond pleasures. Good until Dec I coil ol trovel not Included. Fllgtiri doily from West Mm Beoch, Ft. Louderdole and Miami. Reserve tliru Hotel RepreMniitlvs: WILLIAM P. 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Taae 14. A Page 14-B mJauM rtoricti^r Friday, October 25, 1963 CJll nl( j Cl-fl Rabbi Caplan to be Seen Edmund i-ieg wil ead at 89 Signing gul bo-k at rempie Judea Sisterhcocl paid-up dossort coffee and fashion show is new member (left) Mrs. Jerry Modell Looking on are Mrs. Sidney Jacobs financial sectary and Mrs. Julius Eearman. membership chairman, beatea are Mrs. Sidney Lanqer. hostess, and Mis. Frank Tcoack. ^resident. %  JM^WKC *.ortfc.i Free Locn Seeks New Members Greater Miami Hebrew Free .(..ji Association held its first open neeting of the year on Sunday veiling, ;u Washington Bank And torium, 1234 Washington Ave. An audience of ovi r 290 pen leard a report given by President sadore Schwartz, that there are mi :i">2 members in the organizeion, and that the amount ol loans iven to needy persons from Janary through September. 19o3 tmounte to over $7,130. Schwartz urged the community 'to support the Free Loan Associ .ion oy becoming members in ie organization."' Hebrew Free Loan extends loans .• %  In up to $500 without interest. K ^\,;' Following the meeting were en tertainment and refreshments. PARIS (JTA Edmond Fie". of Europe's leading writers, died here this week ai .1, age ol 89 after a lengihj ; MM The funeral was at uw Jewish Cemeterj In the center ot ,.,.,„. M.mtpa nas-e. an(. Hies Z* eondueted bj .** A. ScbJh ,he ch.ei Chaplain ol Jewish Boy S,„ds ol which Kle* had long g ;1 ,,,„,,„ shortlj before hi death, the noted writer asked that ni) speeches be made at his funeral and that Jewish scou s be posted as honor guards at tlu rites Eorn in Geneva, Fleg made his literary career in France mi became one of the country bE st known writers. He consistertly made Jewish subjects the theme of much of his w'' ,in 9 He had been an officer of the Alliance Israelite Universslle and the Jewish-Christian Friendship Society. in New York. Dr. Nahum G I mann as president ol the Jewish Congress, issued a st mem expressing deep grief at he passing away of Fleg, who the presidenl ol the French Se< tion ol the Congo ••Mr Fleg." Dr Goidmann said, •represented a unique synthesis ol the loftiest Jewish traditions and ideals with the greatest achievements ol French culture He was a writer and a thinker ol real onginalit> and a deep believer in Jewish ideals and devoted to all Jewish aspirations both with regard to" Israel and in the Diaspora. He was one ol the lead ers ol the World Jewish Congress and exercised u great influence rn the Jewish intelligentsia and Jewish youth In France. lli~ passing is a deep loss to the Jewish people Rabbi -lonah E. Caplan will conduct the "Worship Hour" on Sun!:,. 10:30 an. over Ch. 10. Vi 1 BW-TV. Cantor Maurice Neu and choir will participate LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERHHY Ul\ Hi, iinil. ralfl I, ill -ii in) Minlnewi undt-i ill Costumes Order of Dance Costumes Will replace daily school clothes at the Temple TOercth Jacob ISY Halloween party and dance on Saturday from 7:30 to U p ni. 'Harvest Masquerade Ball' Temple Beth Shiran will hold a •Harvest Masquerade Ball" on Saturday. 9 P m.. at the Temple. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT 'M.NDFOR HADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATC No S1I14.C -. |< .I.M Ti >N 'NOTICE TO CRED'TORS r ivmai \ S n Itivi-rr %  i tiling %  :i in. Av. So. Shore UN Slates Discussion south Shore Unit of the united Btions will hold a panel discuson on Monday evening at Wash ,gton Federal Auditorium. 1234 asfeington Ave. To be heard are Neal Rutledge, c;l attorney. Cannon J. M. Tayr, All Souls Episcopal Church; id Mrs. Joel Lee. regional present. League of Women Voters. Topics to be discussed include ;s Peace Possible Without the rated Nations?". -Can the Unitl Nations Function Without the ipport of an Informed Public pinion.'", and "Can We Have eace and Security in a Worl I -hat is Half I'nderfed and innate"" Rabbi lowy to Speak Second session of the adult education program at Temple Sinai will be held Monday at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy will compare the Traditional with the t. nion I'rayerbook in respect to i evening prayers for the Sabbath. 'Harvey' Slated At Beach High LEVEN. .\\, lli il 111 "'I'i i 'li i if, TI. •: Chit-UK 1 SAFAN.E. \ .. .11 I %  I %  i 1\ n. IliVi iMil, ZELKOWITZ. Samili I, i ..n N Hull) • E^SENBERG. SMil • i "/. i M K:\ • i*ldi GROB. It> Rlvi luldi HILDEBRAND. I .i.il. rwm A\. Ill' VOSES. Urn \nm u.ii. AM R I nidi TERLINGO. PoM 172ml TH Kit • ROSEN, Jai nil 1. • I :' : I'.ilm A^ died lk-1 I!' Kl> UOLLINGER. .• lilth Si .• : \ .• %  • N-V. Rl\ .-i nidi EDELMAN, M-Ittl K K'Ui >' > %  111. NV\ ••Harvey." by Mary Chase, .will, ELGU.ON.^ .• be presented at Miami Beach SenF | SH .ER. Charli ---" : — : —%  Av e lliversi i MENDELSON. ior High School Auditorium ti ie evening of Oct. 24 and 25. %  Starring will bo the Beach High Thespians, with Jay W. Jensen as ilireclor. Martin Kahan is the male lead Featured with him will be Marsha Blumstein In supporting oles are Lynne Newman. Barrj lennel and Su2i Grenakl. also includeAlberta Fiderer, Richard Milstein, Jan. Cook. Marlene Schwartz. Max N Kessler, and Jefl Avick. Carole Levy Is student rector. iSteve SonnenI lick H 11 % %  : A Vl lll\< ROSS. I.. VW SI S. n k-ea. Ml Xel N'.OSS, I.' I \ %  : KAHN. Mill > Ave., TARKER. BERNSTE N, \. s.-n %  %  %  %  il' | N I. S H AI > N \ i %  %  "' „-,„.< W IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. .N CHANCERY No. 63C 10589 THE WIU-lAMSUCRiSH SAVI.W.S 11AXK II. i :-H VI. JollXSi iX. • ; %  % %  AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT Ti I I Inmn M:.i -ii ll John* '11 •'' •' %  I, John-on, tn> MIL I* >. hill.. • > %  ... ii la i V riln-i • %  %  l Ion h.iIn • i • ||,> | I'ullll • lli! Ol mil fm iNidi ml> UK (Ii I..., MVII PLK UHi iVK ilVIS iX ortlina IM.il • in nf Hi,. my, Kl %  ...... (I v v l : i ,v Spra) and M %  I ...I ->\. nt w nli th, i-,, i -,. n(oi • -.iii in ..1 .1 I i||u'li ]•! U I ; \ 1 N %  • thai '. %  %  • '' %  1 %  1 \ : I.KATHKKMAN ,\ \ \ S %  I.KOION 111: vi.ill ,v w 1 M I KNCV :ii SU31 Coral w 1 I 1. 1 IM.I int. %  ml.-, in 1. 1 ,ih Hi. Clerk ni Hi. 1 In ..I I Mil.' I IJ I'l.l ill;. H \.\l M ., I. IN8CKAX1 IS'I IRRWKITRKS, \'i Ri il'.KKT II TRAI.'RIi; Attoi n.v (01 AiHillcani II in .tut'mil I'.uiiiiiiic Miami 12, Klorlda CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUD1CIL CIRCUIT. DADE r,ni>'Y, FL-. IN CHANCERY No. 63C "Or.2 .1 AMI;S S\i\\ Plalntlfr. \ a, IMIRI 'ill r s\ i\\ I 1. '. nil.ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATIO'. Yin. 1" >t;i • 111 v sxow I ..: In II *.li II. I '.' .. ,TV* 1 f your .m-v Ci mtilalm I Ifl nl \s. SI N.W !lh VM ; '..'It I I'll %  %  i>il by > mi. 1 1 VTKI K II IJK \TII1 KM \N ,. of thi I'I l>: X A HKW I 1^ NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW KoTlt'K l iii:i:i'i'.> 1 11 %  %  .r \ N 1.1 :N Mi'.i.r\ AKSi 1 I %  I ntemlx I r-| 1 %  u illi ill-1 "I. 1 1 of the 1 %  1 • %  inty, PI01 ni. 1 In ..\ \ IT MKI.IIA-IIKI ASS' H 'I VTKS. N'MH TI IN \ I'KII'I 'MA \ %  11. s i..i Applii urn lilt An-ii > Bldg. Miami, i' Tlda HI It. I l\ THE C'RCl.'T COURT OF THE JL DICAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COL • N CHANCERY. No 6.C •Oo-'.O \ SHANK Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are EXC10SIVI •i''"'' JfU// 3# ... M0 1-7693 Beth Emeth Lists Activities Young Judea Croup of Beth I-'.i.ieth Yeliudah Moshe meets on Monday nights, 7 p.m.. at Beth Kmeth Congregation, 12250 NW 2nd Ave ISV evening. 7:30 p.m. at 122nd St. %  and 6W 2nd Ave.. at the old Beth Emeth. I'SY Seniors will meet on Sun' day. Oct. 27. 7:30 p.m.. at the old I' Beth Emeth. [LOOM U hi. I! SCHNEIDE K. II i: I'll i %  HIGH AM, sU > i:.. • CCLDBLBG. n %  I II li FOX. NOTICE OF St. IT I 'i NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. iTU'K IS HBKKHV %  S 11,,, mull %  Klicni •!. II.M' Ins -in. -Uli.l.l • i-,-. i PRl 'I %  !'' TH ill \>. n II Miami i i i vlatei > itil ii • %  f ii,.i 'II nil 'n i .urn" Fli rliln %  \\;~ M KSn MTim I rldu n & H i ii, > foi CajK-o Mai il 'i:V"'sVI.V \N N H"l T7.V VN 1" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.-ii i: IS HKRKHV I : Il MKTTtl I'VKMKl: S \l vISKKI vi'iTi' iX m :• 'I N v\ i. r %  Will. III. ll I'.l.i. I PA I MKTTi FARMI H INC in Kla Corp I VV W.TM W CHKN IK' ITS Vttorm • foi Ap|>ll< -nil ,. 10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COLM'. IN PROBATE No. 60123-A IX RK Butnte i.f Kl H'lll V KISIIKI.IA' "NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All CredKora ..M.I VI | n|| %  %  1 .. : .il Vim ;ir* bawkV ii""' -.1 to PWHl .'S '• %  "• '"*' '.' %  manda wlii.h yam nw ,.* .-W.I... S..I-HIV • SKY ilMMtW law of lind. •" Florida I '" %  • OninU Ci mty, 'mi 'ii'' : n provl I l.iiMlrt Hta '' the I'.iiiniy .'..iiMii."i~In %  I.iil.i.i. \> Mm 1H(I • hitUlM of thl .. ,., Ho-.nil."HI d ,1 Miami I i i, i.il.er. A I I il.\l:l.l. : I \> ol \. .': ri iN %  • ney for Kx Mill' I IVI KOHNFELDCR. ...•ll s\\ I ;iii St.. it || 1 it. SCHWARTZ. Karl > i i. ivniiK IVHl V !. .. ROD. Ml> I'.liiii.h.. Tt w. FOX. Ill Colllmi A\„ tiled iH-l ll ItKei ,. KANE. I. Ki -1..H. l t ... Juniors met on Thursday:| r/iLLER. Mr*. MIQI I SI. ni. i %  : II |; %  %  CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND I •_ TMt AUTHORTY OF THE STATE OF F. i. TO W Htl i:\ is ,-n \i. i. i When iM v Ml FLORIDA. M.I ,-i."i:ii.A. Pfc> AMI. Kl."i:il'A did %  All. I!• %  MlU-.-A %  • • i.f January v l%  I uml. r tii' ,.. u state %  •• i"ii-' I'A* 1 I.AKR %  • %  \ i %  thi riiiii. II I'.limU. %  %  :m n:s INC.. i • -In. Ip .i ;.l.i %  %  SI ill. i. 1 %  I |; ., i, SCHWARTZ. M< • • Ifl SV Jlat Hi died ivi :" tlordoi SHAFTON. Klrvln l< ,.f ; ll.-lKhti I'I-., died (I STERNBERO. David. M '.! I, -, .11. .1 i i %  i: i -i 'i -\"n .i m.i ..\ hei i -'" h '. on Hi. I'.ili da) I tar) of 81 %  ,'. quln .1 in '. ., .. -I,..u I. MI. li coi poratlon Now, Hi' • i" B ..';:'. M 'I '' i I. Rlvi MrIda, *s, nl ill. .1 ... j i i Si rili.ii in li i'i. RUWITCH llpan Group Conversational1 He, C^'ESOV; brew for Bemnners meet on Ihursr.i. .; davs 9 a.m.. at Yehudah Moshe, K f PLA N Mn J s "--" 1 -• 136th St. and W. Dixie Hwy. nTerthW **"*" Nl y ttalnxi I'ATRD .. loin LKATHERMAN • H "' th, do iii Court \ \ HEWITT MAR .: Elldg. Miami IS i Now, there! State doea hen b) %  al l" SS, 11 1-8-15 R oin .imi mat %  • %  '"' %  ln ,. ii-, %  • IN WITNKHS W} hereunto %  i affixed the tirea ^iffi\.-.l th."real Mat. ,)„. capital. Mil. tl" ^ y it (t. ''"> "' ,M T '',;.M IDA**



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Pag rage 4-A f-kniitfhrkM&n Friday, October 25, r i : I Ul Ri S< ri o Bl %  n y :i %  .1 ,1 !-1 n u Kl I A t >u intr ii ei r ( rr %  Ik \el i II pi :r. : -e CM :o ~9 rir Or :• -ii :ct •> ••i :• 0 -e ~Je wish Floridian CrFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communicttlions Miami. IWX, %r MM 396 MMtthadevan Friday .1 %  • %  : % %  :•: iT^.-.I. !-;;" % %  %  :•" al ISM N.E. Sixth Street, Miami I. '": md-Claw Poatasa Paid at Miami, FlorlUa. Th. *-yi|t. nond.an ha.__.b..rb.d th. Jawjah. U;.y and A Se Engli FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher IEO MINDLIN Executive Editor EELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent n-lah Floridian doea not guarantee th< Kaahruth of Hi. merchandise adveri Bed In itcolumn*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..... One Year $5 00 Three Years $1200 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 43 Friday, Octboer 25. 1963 7 Heshvan 5724 Cultural Enterprise Launched in Miami The appearance here of Dr. Salo Baron on Tuesday evening Crunches the first ongoing cultural 6 nterprise sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation unrelated to Federation's two major creas of activity: fund-raising and community welfare planning. The Contemporary Jewish Af13 Lectureship is endowed by the Sam Blank and Family Founr'rttion. This is a significant relar.onship, for the Miami Federation wen founded in Mr. Blank's home twenty-five years ago. But the lectureship does more than demonstrate a man's continuing iden::ication with the concept of an c: derly, well-organized Jewish community. It suggests that the achievement of such a community requires an informed Jewry. The Contemporary Jewish Affairs Lectureship is dedicated to this end. Dr. Baron is a world-renowned Jewish historian, and will bring distinction to the inaugural function Tuesday evening at the Fonicinebleau. His scholarly accomplishments as director of the Center of Jewish Studies at Columbia University qualify him well to launch Federation's high-level program aimed at refreshing the community in our sacred and encuring Jewish values. The inaugural lectureship is one of several events in the ongoing celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's day-to-day contribution to our welfcre. It is an auspicious event. United Nations Week United Nations Week is an appropriate time for us to examine the record of the world peace organization since its establishment 18 years ago in San Francisco. The human race has come a long way since then. Out of the shambles of World War II has emerged a new, more vigorous, more prosperous Europe than even before. Nations once servile satellit3s to colonial empires—including those of the Briiish, French, ond Germans — have emerged to take their place as free and equal partners in the right to liberty and the process of self-determination. There have been wars, yes. But without the UN, it is not unlikely that there would have ceen more wars. For whether or not the United Notions is deprecated as a "debating society," the concept is too tattered to argue its virtue that talk, endless talk, boring talk, angry talk, threatening talk, even infuriating talk — all these are better than bloody battle. But to stop at the world peace organization's accomplishments here is to short-change it; for daily the UN achieves so many more things in a variety of equally important programs it carries on in behalf of mankind everywhere: from the United Nations International Child Emergency Fund (UNICEF) to United Nations Economic, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), to a host of others. We join our community in saluting United Nations Week. We join in humanity's prayer for the preservation of peace and the advancement of progress. Neither is need necessarily related to sudden or long-term financial embarrassment. Greater Miamians every day have problems totally unrelated to this, and United Fund agencies are dedicated to helping solve these problems. Thus, United Fund of Dade County is valuable to the welfare of each of us. All of the United Fund organizations in our community are en constant duty to be of assistance in a variety of health, welfare, educational, family service, and leisure-time programs. The success of the 1963-64 United Fund of Dade County campaign will be the measure of Greater Miami's determination to better last year's over-the-top achievement. Award to Mrs. Weinkle Those who know her repeatedly speak of the modesty and unassuming nature of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Now, she is about to receive the first Isrcel-Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award. The citation suggests that her quiet and reserved person do not preclude Mrs. Weinkle s substantial contribution to Greater Miami Jewry's welfare through her participation in a variety of women's and general communal organizations. The award will be presented to Mrs Weinkle on Nov. 1 under the auspices of the Israel Bond Women's Division here, and reflects "her service to Israel in the first 15 years of statehood." ... T h e award is just recognition of Mrs Weinkle s devotion to the causes she holds so dear. United Fund Success United Fund of Dade County means more than an impersonal one-time gift to some 40 humanitarian and welfare causes here. United Fund, in personal terms, is the answer tc the prayers of many needy people. Man's Race Against Time The repeated false alarms about an Ecumenical Council statement concerninq the sDe oal relationship between the Roman Catholic and Jewish worlds is a measure of the anxious concern Jews everywhere understandably feel about its significance to their future r>,Jl i \ alSO measure oi the revolutionary doctrine W mean hiS 0ric Cath lic Nevertheless, the nature of the times i. such tha our hope remains undaunted for the ultimate formulation of such a statement Man's increased concern for his humanity toward men tells us that the injustice of religious £* during (he week .. as i see il by LEO MINDLIN 1963 THE EXPRESSIONS^ %  fection and esteem',, ed Rabbi Irving Lehrmaf?" h.s Temple Emami-Kl *?> Ration last Saturday £X at the Diploma, llow'J make him a happj m 7^ m deed. For few L Jj Itasl leaders who have iS captured the hearts of h '• they serve. Perhaps t 0 an sider the pra.se mav an *' seemed somewhat heavily drawn, almost to the point ol iy. discomfort, since whose is the soul that can stand up to adl "^ so generously tendered? Even the most deserving would hv from gigantic waves of accolade, wave upon wave, until one**'' dered where the border of decorum had been breached. **' It is the measure of this leader that Rabbi Lehrman stood h ground bravely, particularly in the wake of the disastrously co T mentary comments offered by Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancell the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, who let a grand 0' "' tunity slip past him to offer the kind of salute properly bffitt" PP r rabbi, student, scholar, teacher and all the other splendid thin" 8 man marking twenty years in one pulpit symbolizes, and ho tool the easier road of common praise, thus denying his Florida cofla the sort of eulogy he might in fact have had. la ,'ue Nevertheless, it is not what others said of Dr. Lehrman on Sat urday night, or what some sang about him in musical com mental* that characterizes his spiritual leadership here. His past achi n! nunts speak for themselves; and he would hardly be on thai tirtaai dais, the object of so much praise, if he had not proved his ..J? to create them apaC!, >' THE PURIFICATION OF OUR MARTS THE ADDRESS BY Sen George Smathcrs was an SDSoluti • piece what tlie Senator did was to take two areas ol b ..l and religious, and to equate them. On the one hand hi DO to the great stridemade in Ibe battle against anUSemit sm on the other, he warned thai additional laws were not the neces future civil libertarian progress Thus, he both justifies his disinclination to support th< Administration's progran ol human rights, %  equal under the law irrespective ol raci SeD nd more than six-hundred statutes j h M • on the books to guarantee the equality. Despite this. '•.. told tile large audience gathered to hunoi Dr Lehrman's twentieth spiritual leadership at Tempi, Emanu-El, "some people 1 need more At the same time, he doubted whether nei would be ol anj benefit whatever. Launching his address on a ci tapult of images reflecting hu close personal relationship with President Kennedy the Senator was in fact responsible for a congratulatory telegram to Dr Lehr %  J" ,,m ""' Pres "' Ml Smathera apparently felt no concern BbOU tstrikingout at the Kennedy civil libertarian program right then and there More than lews, he decared. is needed "a keener recog nition Of the common man ." Referring to the American melting pot he paid tribute to the ethnic contributions of all races and creed, and called upon "a purification of our personal thoughts and tie hmd'T ",,'.""' "P*"* !" ""*"' M means far more potent than six hundred additional laws toward the achievement of brotherhood and •:• -:.;. FLATTERY CITS YOU EVERYTHING QONE WITH THE appeal against enforced integration, the Senator Promptly returned to the issue ol anti-Semitism. Pointing to Dr. me ,'',,:, ; ,' mi ? ,' rsarv "" happ > coincidence" with the current s-,,"e STS?*" f ""' 12 "" 1 a ""-ersary of B'na, BTith, Sen. "' I,' ,: ", "'" di8CUMi On of "^nic self-res,, d/ m '. "' l '"'-;""" which he .ailed -a negative concept," but genuine respect for one another ,„ the American melting pot allot ..v hen'' !,H? '/':; > -' : 1 ; "''' h; ,| '"> P** •* %  Jwish comma* ,," ." ,: !*"> 'ndignities ol religioua reatrictio addi '. ';" : the tyranny of the hvgroup." Referring to V 1 1 ''•• ,,; "^""" Iron twent) tea,,,, to to tan read.l> contnbut, to the betterment ol Seir c.tj ^stances, who but the most rabid o' rejecting the Presidents civil 1 h'c thrust ,., superb, for implicit in tl \ ou who are thfunquest, MENfORCED GOODNESS Of MEN S EN SMAT "ERS thus not onlj excused himself he 1 1 "'•';: ho al J ''••"the consequenceup. ,,,,,, %  ^ ;;; ]; :7 n u,,apegoa I s. and who had. ryranns or not re now nu '"'bers of the :.„ ,', „"T lngrou P l •>-PPle cart which had b, nu. i„ meMa ge, an appeal to reason, was in tad ,. ( ,. %  ;> quo And to whom could such a, appeal ta • ,, '"> "Ore meaningful than to men who are nculv iterated BarntuTfmVTS ^ l tubborn |m f "" f (; <^ *" ''" m l sel resnect i„ ?Hl '""^ to r, ly upon man s eapaclty W The brutal anim.1 m,rch ,owa,d tivil libertarian they 'I ,d'" /'"iir of otl — ^-ny hoosswife-moth, Negro ehildr lnvect and challenge into the faces moral and S mn!l ,Am ricana must rediscover the nations grei much ,0 ,v' ''' J,"*!*' •W that -the Jewsh tradition W %  • > -hout all he profound lasues confronting us •> tion has '' f nd l """"'' ,h ^""v %  "*or what J Ml > "nihe too often unreliable.



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Friday, October 25, 1963 +Jewish fhrMton Page 7-B >.'..' .." % %  ?> Members of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah are shown at a session ot a Leadership Training Class qiven by Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, program vice president. Seated (left to right) ere Mrs. Irwin Scpiro, president of Shaloma Group; Mrs. Max Smith, Esther Group; Mrs. Joseph Halfon, Hannah Senesch Group; Mrs. Wernick; Mrs. Ethel B. Herman, Herzl m To help Hadassah celebrate Membership Month, Burdine's Department Store. Miami Beach, recently featured this winIdow display of a scale model of Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center. Above the model is a picture of Henriletta Szold, founder of Hadassah. Miami Beach Chapter has Ian enrollment of 4.500 members on Miami Beach, and is striving tor 5,000 by May, 1964. Group, Mrs. Max Affachiner. I. R. Goodman Group; and Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg, president, Morion Towers Group. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Jack Miller, Emma Lazarus Group; Mrs. Max Goldberg, Hannah Senesch Group; and Mrs. Phyllis Reuben, Morton Towers Group. Beach Women Off to Convention A 19-mcmber delegation will %  epresenl the Miami Beach ChapIT ol Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America. 'I the 49th national convention of Hadassah at the Sheraton Park Hotel in Washington. D. C. this weekend. Mrs. Nathan Barth, Miami Beach Chapter president, will head the local delegation, which ischeduled to leave for Washington on Friday. Included in the ('( %  legation are Mesdames Paul Plotkm. Sherman Fast, Ben Ziegtnund. Ethel Herman. Harry P. Cohen, Norman Meyers, Morris Alpert. Henry Wernick. Eva Blum, Isadore Lorber. Jack Davis. Evelyn Brown. Earl Coplon, Philip Thau. Irwin Makovsky. Morris Goldring.'Ceil Smirnow, and Miss Lillian Goodman. Sam Heiman Will Speak at Lunch Sam J. Heiman, director and "hairman of the Building Commitee of the new International Bink )f Miami, will be the keynote speaker at the annual luncheon of Mt Scopus Croup of Miami Hadassah. The event will be held Monday. Nov. 4. at the Top O' the Colum DIM Hotel, wi h Mrs. Louis Alexander, president, and Mrs. Morris Laure'z. chairman of Youth Aliyah, assisted by Mrs. Jack Pallot and Mrs. Minna Levin. Theme of the a'ternoon will Stress Hadassah's role in rescuing over 100.000 children from certain destruction and transporting them to Israel, where they arc taught and trained to become useful citizens in a free lard. Proceeds of the luncheon will be allocated for this purpose. Miss Ann Scott wil present a program of international songs, accompanying herself on the guitar. Mrs. Joseph Rambam, president > The Specially of the Seville I* PREFERRED HOTEL CATERING • WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS • LUNCHEONS • RECEPTIONS • MEETINGS to accommodate 10 or 1,000 10 NEWLY DECORATED KOSH1R BANQUET ROOMS CATERING AVAILABLE Please Call ESTELLE D. POLAK: JE 2-2511 HOTEL, leville Miami Chapter Delegates Leave Mrs. Irwin I. Liss. present of the PlorWa Reeion of Hadassah, i heads a delegation of Miami worn-' en who will attend the 49>h national Hadassah convention this weekend at the Sheraton Park Hotel in Washington, DC. Accompanying Mrs. Liss will be Mrs. Edward Cohen, president, | Miami Chapter; Mrs. Henry Paul, chapter recording secretary; Mrs. Sidney Langer. president, Torah Croup; and Mrs. Eugene Silver stone, president, Tikvah Group. Highlights of the convention will be brought to local members of Hadassah at an open chapter meeting on Monday evening, Nov. 18. OCEAN /.T 29th STREtT MIAMI BEACH *.' 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L ay October 25, 1963 •. **;* mkyricHSmn Paoe 3-B I I i of the enqaaement of Miss Janice laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice i Miss Jill Charming, daughter of Jules Channing, a luncheon was Kings Bay Country Club on Oct. Richard Stone, Mrs. Jordan Bittel and Mrs. Alfred Stcne were hostesces. Left to riant are Mrs. Maurice Rev:tz. Mrs. Robert Gafiin. Miss Jill Channing, Mrs. Richard Stone, Mrs. Jordan Bittel, Miss Janice Revitz, Mrs. Alfred Stcne, and Mrs. Jules Channinq. [omen's American ORT Confab Reelects Irs Max Rosenberg National President By Special Report i -. M, Kosenbere. of short reeleeted national \ Women's Ami rieen i for Rehabilitation Training at the closing Lthe organization's 17th > %  mal convention, meetfew York Hilton Hotel. nberg has been active i • mi member group which I 'hi global vocational i rogram of the World 'i for more than 15 ..! Dcentrjf chosen a denl oi the Central Board ORT. she led Woman's i iRI delegations to Morsia, Italy. Israel. Iran, ind Switzerland in 1058 Shi was elected nation %  n LM2 More than 1.000 d< legates at the moating heard Charles Jordan, director of the Join) Distribution Committee, review a quarter of a century's work with refugees, during which period the JDC rescued hundreds ot thousands ol Jewish refugees and rehabilitated them with the help of OKI". Jordan told the assembly that "as partners in the effort they must be aware of the fact that the refugee problem i essentially a never-ending one." He said that the experience of the p.isi 25 years dean—it rated that no sooner than one refugee problem was resolved another came into being. Jordan cited the examples of Suez. Hungary. BiBBTte BBd Algeria. He slatod that the crises came in WBVOS, with per i ods of interim calm. But," ariety Women's Member Tea rj Ashman is chainng Children Hospital Worn nuttee momheaship tea I Wednesday, \il Bffms :it Miami \ from 2 to 4 p.m., launohtng the groups 6ties, is expected to atlet membfi A board i : \, riety Children's llo• is a key chairman in owicthejlmefor the current S2.000.tX)00 building i a in pa i tin designed to enlarge ex-iStttg facilities at the hospital. President of the Women's Comnaittaa, Mra. Qeatge Lewis, ha*' named Miss BtOMtiM Barber chairman ol the Lite Membership, unit. MM. A. N. Kaplan is headi Of Membership Recruitment, and I Mrs Edward Bxoi y. wee peeav dent, chairman ol the Lite Trusteaa Committee. Program chairman --re inian of the Book Chairman Miss T 'n Croortinafi. Scholar-n>p airman Mrs. Irving K. Mitl'-r it Soecial Project.-! Chairman •s. Truriv HanmsaeMag Adfcr. Speaker of lh dav —ns Mrs awe I Simonhu'f. president of Greater Miami Women's Divisi, who d"cr:Vd hoth Hie He m University with itlour cames and other asoeets of Israel fe today, wh'oh she observed during a leeuai vi-1. Announcing present accomplishments and sin oi (he Hebrew i'niversitv. M>s. Kdyth Geiger, %  \rrutive s'-ci'i-i irj ol il"' Friends, mentioned the important work being done a' Oi\ at Ram in the prescrvation of V*MMl literature. e\eavat on of important historic docim^fits. etfRSst*es and vital medical research, awl in numerous fifkls of study important in the world tortay. Mrs Jack S Pooick and Mrs. Rhea C. Gladwin ilescrihed some of the students irom Afro-Asia currently studying at Hebrew Cniver%  i ty and the part which the university Is play.ie; in educating and aeeiating leaders ot the newly emerging Afro Asian nations. i chocolate flavors : P?R.UC;I-;.. what a sweet Hanukkah gift! This beautiful one lb. box of Perugina Chocolates imported from Italy can be yours without cost! Enjoy them yourself. or present them proudly for the holidays. You'd pay $3.00 for this world-famous assortment if you were to buy it. Mouth-watering goodness ... a distinguished gift! and what a delicious way to get it! It's so easy. Just save the labels from 15 cans of any delicious Buitoni Sauce—then bring them or mail them to the Perugina Shop, corner of Lexington Ave. and 54th St., New York City. In return, you'll receive your holiday gift on the spot! This way, you enjoy the true Italian flavor of Buitoni Sauce Masterpieces—and then receive a box of the world's most renowned chocolates. You're in the best of taste... twice! Offer expires November 30, 1963. Have a Happy Holiday with BUITONI (Say BEW-TONI as in Beauty) Km is Dromedara DATE NUT ROLL J ccrr.etotheaid |of year parties!, (EADYTC SERVE DESSERT CAKE mad-• crisp, chunky walnuts !" % %  •-sorld's choicest dates! p !m I tale -Us Malta ttotfj) 1 *';(' man iimmr J' 11 "" %  Jl t ORANGE NUT ROLL grocers everywhere ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE It Is your protection against Imilations-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture and quality. Look for the word "Switzerland" on the Swiss Cheese you buy...chunk or sliced... Bikur Cholim Family Dinner Mrs. Jack Schwartz, president of the Bikur Cholim ot the Isf raclite Center, announces the or-j Manization's annual family dinner j Sunday. 6 p.m.. in the Social Halt; Ol the Center. 3198 SW 24th Ter. Proceeds will be used to aid) lhe sick and needy. Max Getahafl has arranged thet entertainment fbr the evening., "That Wonderful Year" will bei presented by the Grimm Dramatic School, with %  cast Of 35 persons. Co-chairmen are Mis Klsie F.is ner, Mrs Israel Izaks. and Mrs. Phillip Kichman. Ticket chairmen for reservation! are Mrs Julius Steinberg and) Mrs. Sam Livenslem. For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland



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Page 14-A lenisti ihrkUan Friday, October 25. UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Ahmed Shukairy Busy on Tour of U.S. I'nitcd Nations A H M ED SHUKAIRY is now ** on a barnstorming tour ot the United States. Who is Ahmed Shukairy? Well, a little occurrence at the UN will tell you who he is not. The very efficient UN press olficers always put up on a notice board u list of the day's appointmeii t s scheduled or held by Secretary General U Thant. On the first day of Mr Shukairy's currenl visit, t litusual note went up, and it list ed. among others, "Mr. Shukairy of Saudi Arabia A 11. wsman, seeing the error. called the press chief's attention to the fact that Saudi Arabia, which had been r pre sented here by Shukairy for several years, took thai portfolia away from the man a year ag i The notice was amended to read simplj "Mr Shukairy." 'Palestine Delegation' That told part of the story of who he is not. He is not of Saudi Arabia He is not of Syria, whom he had served prior to being hired by the King of Saudi Arabia. He says he represents the "Palestine Arab Delegation." The Arab League did. indeed, give him that title a few weeks ago. But there is no "Arab Palestine Delegation" accredited to the United Nations. So whom does Mr. Shukairy represent-' Let the notice stand: "Mr. Shukairy." Readers who follow IsraeliArab news out of the United Nations are. without a doubt, acquainted with the gentle man. For at least 15 years here, no one spoke louder, longer or with greater bitterness against Israel than the same Shukairy. Now he is with us again. But, what is just as important is this fact Now he has launched a countrywide tour to give the rest of the United stale.the benefit oi his wisdom. War Aagainst Israel Shukairy was a lawyer in Jerusalem before Israel was re horn. Thus, he is. technically, a refugee. He plays on thai status, lb' speaks passionate ly, with vasl emotion, about his "homeleand." And, it must be reported, he speaks at great length. Everj speech by Shukairj is a marathon performance—full of vitriol. in his speeches, Shukairy time and again has declared war against Israel—and has come close to declaring war against any nation that accepts Israel as a reality—including the United States. Last year, in his anger against Jews. Zionists and Israel, he went so far as to advocate thai the United Nations encourage formation of an organization similar to the anti-Semitic Tacuara movement in Argentina His zeal knows no bounds— nor his acid and his manipulation of history in advocating Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN Allegory Nearly Successfully Done MESSIAH'S CHAINS. By Arnold Posy. Translated fiom the Yiddish by Joseph Leltwich. 290 pp. New York: Bloch Publishing Co., 31 W. 31st St. $5.00. A R N OLD POSY's u n u sual '^ novel nearlj defies catcgorzation. Part original allegory, art rabbinic legend, part sheer ewish folklore, it mixes its dicrsc sources into a stra i amalgam in which spirit: ies with modern psychological nsight and a shimmering ision-ary patina overlies th< hole book Reminiscent, perhaps, of Milins "Paradise Lost," are some if the episodeand much of the lescriptive background. Heaven. :or example, has gates and a Heavenly court; angels and seraphim live there with the vorthy mortal souls, all of them >athed in the light of Shech'tia Satan, cast out from the Throne >f Glory, rules his imps and lemons from the netherworld, Sheol. bent to his perpetual task i> the Adversary: like Milton's Satan, he has a character of his jwn which is not totally unsympathetic by any means; in fact, one of the complaints often leveled against Milton is that he made his Satan far more intellectually interesting •ban he did his God. ^^ %  •OKS HEVIKWI-B—"" .\ THIN PACE AVAIUIIE AT MOBKItWK ROOK SHOP Visit Our Paper-Back Annax Over 75*0 Titles Search Serv. tor Out-of-print Books PHONE 666-2668 5775 SJu.net Drive. So. Miami ^^__ Open Friday Eve. ^^^^_ The figure oi Elijah the Prophet strides through the book with unifying force, now meet in Mother Rachel in the Hall way Inn between heaven and earth to listen to her pleas for the liberation of her children, ncc, returning to earth for encounters with the Tempter. Satan, or with a fallen An c! who tells him a mystic tale ol the loss ot ins beautiful nter, Ahabit, who was swept into Heaven and became one Oi the Signs Ol the Zodiac. Other talcs seem to waft, with Time, up through the eons, past Shabbatai Zevi, the false and fanatic Messiah, to the new Israel and the discontent of the present generations. The ageold longing lor Messiah, who wa.ts in agony and chains tor the Day of Deliverance, is central to the theme. One of the most interesting things about the book is that it iby no means as bad as it could so easily have been. Allegory is terribly difficult to write, since one must project two worlds with equal credibility: it is usually the writing itself which, heavy with the burden of its symbolic weight, carries the work down to disaster. Here, oddly enough, the writing is good enough; the stories move ahead with a kind of insistent, viability. But it is unfortunately at the expense of meaning. It is never quite clear exactly what the author wants to say. He has written a book with the feeling of legend but without the symbol of legend, a Jewish fairy tale in which the intellectual concepts have been lost in the billowing mists of fantasy. the destruction ol Israel, the stoppage of all Jewish immigration into Israel, the halting of all monetary contributions to Israel and Israeli causes, the ousting of Israel from the United Nations—indeed from the world. There is no doubt that fair and decent citizens in many American communities, where Shtikanv is scheduled to speak. will counteract his propaganda. In one community, the radio and television stations have already been requested to provide fair opportunity to reply to Shukairj it he is granted air time. In another community, faculty members and sindents at the local university have organized a "truth squad" to be prepared to answer Shukairj publicly when he appears. Shukairj ian experienced band at publicity and propaganda And the Arab League will spare no effort to have him interviewed by the I >cal pre-., and other news media. But, as he begins his tour, it i-already obvious thai Ameri e ns will nol be taken in by his brand of propaganda when told the other side l the story. Truth Squad The fact that shukairy represents no delegation accredited to the tinted Nations will probably also be hammered home, wherever and whenever he employs his 'delegation" title. For the last two years, the Arabs at the United Nations have come forward with such a "delegation" and. both years, they received no official recognition Members ot their "delegation" have been permitted to speak in the General Assembly's Special Political Committee, the body which debates the Arab refugee problem. Cut—and this iimportant ;,s far as delegation status or non-status is concerned— these men have been given the floor only as individuals. Thus, it will be as an individual 'hat Shukairy will appear here tinyear—as one voice, |OUd or irritable or prolix though it be. lie win repre .-cut no government His office w.i! he at the headquarters of the Arab League in New York Movement of Jewish Escapees Was Not Entirely We/come Washington THE UNITED STATES military ch.et, ol 1 stalfs in 1913 actually opposed the movement of Jewish escapees from Nazi Europ.' to Allied territory, it was revealed in the re cent publication of previously secret Slate Department archives. Admiral William D. Leahy. Chef ol Stafl !o the Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy, in a letter to Secretary of State Cordeil Hull on April 26, I'M:., strongly urged lejeclion ot a plan [or moving Jewish refugees, from occupied Europe via Spam to North Africa. The us. chiefs of staff felt "the influx of a considerable group ot Jewish refugees t<> North Africa might cause guch resentment on the pan of the Arab population as to necessitate military action to maintain order." Admiral l.cby. speaking officially for the Joint Chiefs Ol Staff, noted that 'the immediate proposal i.to transport some 3.000 to r>.(>(Ki refugees, large!) Jewish and of enemy nationality or stateless, t>> North Africa ... It is reasonable to expect, therefore, that there will be similar proposals to transport increasi increments >i refugees t" North Africa in the future The U.S. Chiefs of stall, be said, objected because of Arab sentiment, shipping limitations, food problems, and the "add ed ami unwarranted administrative responsibility on the MI preme commander in North Africa." Pressed to reconsider their decision, the U.S. chielot Staff on May 7. 1942 "decided to adhere to the views expressed in their pre\ IOU8 letter. 'I he State Department files just made public reveal that the United stales Government response to the plight of Europe's Jews was marked by bureaucratic inefficiency, ineptitude. Indifference, and other responses ranging from ineffectual goodwill to actual opposition. The greatest lack of compassion, however, was indicated by the U.S. chiefs of staff. These high-ranking officers were full) aware of the death camps at that time and the true peril of the Jews. A secret aide-memoire presented in 1943 by the British Embassy to the state Department indicated the stand of the United Kingdom It voiced fear that "there is a possibility that the Germans or their satellites may change over from the policy ot extermination to one of extrusion, and aim as they did before the war at embarrassing other countries bv flooding them with alien immigrants." in Palestine, said the British Embassy, "the authorities arc not prepared, except possibly in individual cases, to accept male adults from enemy Or enemy occupied countries; but illMajesty's Government will continue to do everything possible to facilitate the admission of children within the limits imposed by the 1930 White Paper. A copj of the White Paper in question is d for the convenience of the Department ol Slate The British wire vexed by Jewish concern. The British Embassy told the state Department: "The refugee problem Cannot be treated a< though it were a wholly Jewish probl which could he handle,: by ,icw,-h agencies or bv machinerj '"''> apted tor Jews. There are so many non-Jew ,8n '' %  "•-> %  %  •• and there is so much acute suffering among noni countries that Allied criticism would probablj narkod preference were shown in removing Jews from territories in enemy occupation. There is also the dismulating anti-Semitism in areas where an t-NC( ,ive number ol foreign Jews are introduced." Between You and Mo: Bv BORIS SM0LAR U.S. Upset About Ccncen for Soviet Jews CTATE DEPARTMENT official in Washington are very muc' annoyed with the fact thai th movement against Soviet discrin fnation against its Jewish citizen is gaining momentum in this cou try, They are especially unhapp over the fact that members of th U.S. Congress are deeply interes ed in this question and that som of them have taken it up directly w. „ of the Soviet Embassy. What makes then, very unhappy is ,he f a( thai .10 Senators have iCro cluced a resolution in the Senate, denouncing Union discriminations in the Soviet of tl^j'J^ll in hc S,a,e Department Mi of the opinion that members of Congress should shoufd d re ( L ly W h ,h Emtaas bm should voice their grievances through the' state Department. On the other hand, when inquires are madr with the State Department oh what U being: done to indicate to Moscow the senUmen of Americans against the anti-Jewish acts the wff ,'K USU K ly i hat lh,S is a matter to oedeau With through the United Nations. What the State Department officials overlook is that ho Ujuted N.tions-under Soviet prewuret-h,,now drawn n distinct line between racial dUcnrni nation and religious discrimination, consider^ them as separate items. While on issues of racial discrimination, like the South African is the United Nations is acting iwifty, this itar not the case with action on religious discrimination. Somewhere the United Nations discussions are scheduled to be held on how to act against religious discrimination, but it will probably take 'hie, ,, r 1(Hlr vt urs 0 ,.f ((re any formulated document will come up before the General Assembly of the United Nations. Thus, while the issue of racial discrimination has become a major issue on which the UN is acting, the issue ol religious discrimination is still a kind of a step child to which little attention is paid. Under such circumstances, how can anyone in the State Department be taken seriously when he talks ot acting through the United Nations on the Soviet developments with regard to Jews? The regrettable fact about the attitude of the State Department toward the protests against religious discrimination in the Soviet Union is that this attitude plays very strongly into the hands of Moscow. The Soviet bloc did not hesitate to pressure the United Nations into separating religious discrimination from racial discrimination, because such a move was clearly in the interests of the Soviet Union. By discussing racial discrimination independently of religious discrimination, Moscow can pinprick the United Stales on the Negro issue and can pose in the United Nations as a defender of the black nations. ffl



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fnday. October 25, 1963 Jenisfi n^ridian Page 15-E LEGAL NOTICB LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iri" I!* HEREBY OIVBN that %  nderslgned, desiring" t. I .V I I ngage In b flctltloua name of ? BANYAN I' \R '" IMO Coral Florida intends to rag,. nh Hi.Clark of the ,, ,-. lU it or Bade County, FlorMI mil ,..! name () II |..SM"N Sole c iu ner %  <%  re: .\ GARS Applicant vV -i Strci i 10/18-2.-. 11 1-x NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW \.,e\CK IS HEREBY OIVBN thai .!. -ii ill", to c ngage in a uncle r the flctltloua name ol %  ri: IIAK ai 3J N. Royal Poln...•-.i. Miami Spt Ingg, Flormid ..mi. with .[, ,,i iii. II uii i "en i ni i lade >•'• vvil.l.iS II STRA WSER Solv Iwner SSIJ5R & GARS %  r \ i• i %  'i.;t nt .. n Isl >i i. et 10 I8-S8, 11/1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE No. 60492-A IS Ki: I'-'•'< % %  f i VIJOH seirREiBBR .,-• ll NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Tii \l.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN Uii: r.srvn: m-' s.ui) DECEDENT. ci are herab) notified that a writ..II i.-u-uin.iii i'ii 'porting t., be tinIII .,',: rcstament of snld decoia been admitted Ml probate In i %  hi • aby command•'an .\ calendar months from i.. of liefirst publication .>t .[I,,. :.. ippeur I" aald Court ,* IUKI f II "> you can, whg lion i| Raid Courl in admitting || • .!!. %  should not stand %  w r BLANTON i 'ounty Judge |!\ : I."IS I I'ASTORFIELD, c 'I, rk • i i 'iii~ notl n h das ..f c K-iober, IMS, l 1:1:11 BOTTS, Altorne) iritj rrtisl Bldg. • I : ) m-ix.•-•-., it i- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IH HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, dextrin* to engage In "M"' "" '• the ft' tltlous na ..( IATII-.N. CENTER OPTICAL UKHVICE .ii M3I s VV 22nd Street, Miami. Fla., Intend to register mid name with lii. clerk of the rircult Court .if I lade c -.. nit} Florida. • i \c K BARNES and A. M BRET il.I.II I'arti • M M:\I\I. WIENER. I:.-.|. '.•!.. Am.-i. > Hide. Miami, i-i... Ait .-> for Jack ii.H n. an.I A. II. Brettler 1" l-ll-lv-2r, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is ii,.l;,.i(> I.HI-.A thai the undersigned, desiring to engag, business under the fictitious names ..r MAJOR ciAS I ..f SMITH GAS il 1731 S.W. l6Sth Ti i race, I'errine, Florid i Intc nd to real t. r said names with id. Clerk ••( th< Circuit Court "f Dade i 'ounty, Florida, C< >Mi-.T IAS "IIMPANY I.I Fla I'm|i > Andrew II. Smith, i'i ea, I'llil.ll' I:I.(KI.M Myers, Helmnn, Kaplan A Cataman Attorney for Applicant Hud B.W. 1st Street 10/I-I1-18-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60946 IN RE: Estate of SARAH AI.VMAN 11. ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Til All Cn nil..is ni,I All l'.r.-,.ns II.iv11 I 'in."i I >• in.mils Agalnal Said Kilate: You are hereby notified and rered i" pn .-.in anj claims and di nii.iins which \,„, maj havi agalnal "" '-si.ii, ,.f SARAH ALTAIAN del-eased late of hade County, I lorlda, '" Ihe C lj Judges of Unde Counts anil file the -nin,. in duplicate and as provided In Section M3.16, l^oiida latuti H, In Hi. ii ,,ni, ,-s in the Counts Cnurthwiae In i'mi. County, Florida, wiil'in -i\ calendar montha from ii,,time .i the in -i publication hi reof, or Hi. mine u ill be bam d. nnted ill Mi. inn. Florida, ihla Kill das of ''. i..I., i. x 11. 1963. WILLIAM .1. til H.l l\Vl 'l:.\ ABxaotitor I'i Hi pulllll .,.i nis n.. I II Ihe .' Ii dns "i K-tobi r, %  "-3 u 11,1 IAM .1 I:III.|I\MII:.S Attorney for Bxecutor 105 Lincoln It..ml i" ::. ii i-^-ir, NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE It? HEREUY LUVEN thai Unmi'iei SIKIICII, dealrfng in engage In -ii.-s un..,.r in. flctltloua name of .-'II:.WITS HEALTH Ul< 'I >Ci;TS at wKlli Bird ROJW intent!? m reglafer said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dade County, Florida. I>i: MARVLN M SlLVERBMRtl Sid.owner IAII. KWITNI'.V Siix. i .-i. in, Kwitney & Uoudlait Attornes i"> \iniln ant OH Lincoln Road in 25, II 1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, dealrlng i" engage II bualneag under the fictitious name "i SEL.BY SHOE sAl.i'N at 828 Lincoln Road Mall, .Miami Beai h S9, l-'la., Ini.iuis t,. reglaiei aald namo with the clerk of tlie Circuit Court ..f Dade c 'ounts. Florida. I.KK-JI >. INC.. a Florida Corp. Sole iwner PAUL KWITNEY AUol'.ie.v tor l.ee-Jn, In,*. I2U Linclii Rtl., .Miami Uemili ?.<>, Fla, Hi 1-11-18-25 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewist MurkKaun solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I It 3-4605 for messenger service IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 10538 THE WII.I.IAMSKCROH SAVINGS HANK. Plaintiff, i v THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 02189-B i. -: \ HIN • %  \0-wn h< Ira, devisees. I grantees, nssignc-s, lienora, creditors, truKteeM ..i nther elalmania, claiming by, tie, .null, undei oi .tu.iin-i any "f ii.* above ii.-in.-.i deft-ndanta v\h>, are .1. .- IS..I. You are m n %  ni Hfled that tha kbove -npti-.n, .1 action baa been inistlttited auaiiisi >>'i in th.' Plrcttlt i "OUT Ol He lltil Judli nil I' i.-llil of l-l..iida in aii'l for I'i.i. Count} t.. i. i,.,--...s.' n mavteagi i|x>n the follow i in • ,1, anihi -1 r, il prtipi 11> : I.,.i 13, lilock I SCOTT LAKE MAN'IIK SECTION ONE, according to Hi. flu t lie i. of, recorded in I'bit lt....k .'.: al Prtge 7* ..f the Public i:. • -,l,.f I'.i'l. Count *. II' ri'l.i. • .ii.'h.r with Suhnrban Gas \\a!i Type %  'v.-ii Model MUft-Uft: huhnrI..I n i Bui in tlan Sui face rnii \l. I, ,i; | :i.i|.oiiii Ri frig. i %  a lor rr.L'n : • \ em ii u ItHnds; I'a nidi Water lb Mi I'XjrlSi.i.Vi \ II • 'I In fill pvser i" plainl ff's romplalnl w+th Ihe C rk % %  '. tin nforesald Co and -. i \ ,i cops lit. r. ; apnll pbt nil 11VI \ ItT! S I INI-:, I Kh F I ..i.i. Federal Etiildlng, Mia Floridii mil Inti i than Noi i mlM 25, i 11. ,-i ... iro i "oufi --" ill i • i ngalnm "ii. i vrl :i i '' i-i-. ""'•E II I.I-: VTHERMAN Clerk of lie 'Ircull i"n i Hy: N. A HEWITT. I'. |>uts i "' %  i k \i \l: I l\ FINE -. i PI %  Ith FI.M.r "mi. Fed. ml lllda in ::.. i: I -s-15 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60970-A IN BE: Uetati "l B\M 1 LESS Deoaaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami AII Per Haviii claims or Danutnds Agalnal Said Estate: You are hereby notified and rc.mired 1.. |,i.s, in an.v laims and demands which >OII may nave agalnal Unestate Of SAM KI.KSS deceased lei, ..i ii.id, County, Florida, to the County Judges ..f Dade County, and file tinsain,in duplicate and an provided in Section 7:15,16, Florida Statutes, in tln-ir "fin is in the County Cnnrthouae In I'.nle County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, "i the same will be barred, Dated at Miami, Fiorina, this 18th • 'ii | ..| I'.-li'liei. Al' 163. IIAKKV ZCKERNICK As Executor i'i.publkation of this notice on Hi i nh day "f Oetoba r, < %  •' %  I II wtltv ZCKERNICK AH. .i-n. >' for Executor :;.i Lincoln ltd Miami Beach !•'/-" %  II 1-8-13 LEGAL NOTICE %  hi %  nf ih. -I,' IGtti I %  i: : uili '' '• I. %  In Ml mil 12, Fla, • E COUNTY JUDGES COURT • AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61047-C %  ,% K I' 'HEN i NOTICE TO CREDITORS • %  !•%  ..n.i All Persona iinv. %  0 manda Againat Said rbj notified and re%  "ix :,umor %  IIUU have againat • i I:\KIN.S K COHEN -a 'at.oi Dade County, Flor"" '',..,„,, ,|„,|e,.,,| |, H ,|,. and flic the same in dupllprovtdi %  i\ i %  .I... 'da. ,., IK.lire nil ANN \v. c, IHEN 1 -le'N K vl'I.AN "iV'lhU i October, 1963, Kaplan CaUman ., %  ...•'' "rli liiinin tecutora • •• %  li.M Street I". 18-15, 11 1-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. :N CHANCERY No. 63C 10295 Mi 'Kins SEI Iv '\ : S an I -.> %  VVII 1.IA.M lloYH %  m.in. NOTICE OF SUIT -,.. w i 1 i i \M i. ivn \ .i VRE HE ,1 •" nil • mm. M and i" I.I:. i.M i-: %  for ihe :.. in.; the %  'ouni s. ilor.i "\MI: 1...1 :. | Hock 'I liCNCHE PARK, din thi 'lal then of, re.. rib 'i In PiI II at Pagi in. Pub i. H I i of 1 ni. 'ounts %  I %  id '. together i'li -ill Improvements noa or hereaftei on i.i n I ii.I .ill tin niture, fixtures. ,-liattels and other appliances nou ..i hen afti r • mtnlned thi i eln Th Sull at lnl II oted lu the I Mr%  nit Court ..f ihe nth Judicial cir. uii in and for l •."'. i 'ounty, i"i Ida, in Uhancery, Said mortgage "as • I. ,i m 11 It. Hook 36 •, -it Pa*' 51! in the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. ir \ou rail to gnawer as herein required, jildKineiil I" d. fanll Will I" i.iiv.n agalnal vou for the relief di man.I..I in Hi. C..ni|.:.iiiu. IT IS HEREin % %  lered thai tins Notice sliali be 1'iil.lisi'eii ..ne, :. week for fiini ill wei ks in THE JEWISH II.i '111 I n W. a n. -|..i| i|.iil'll-:i. il in Miami. Dade County, Florida and i i'i,. .i mi. iii irculatlon In i' idi i 'ounl'. FI : Ida WITNESS MV IIAM> as Clerk of naid Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, gad thi -• al •• said I 'ourl al Miami, Dade Count Fli rlda, thl ftnd i. %  x of 11. %  ,..!.. I-:. II. LEATHKRJI N Clerk ..f the Cln nit Court l lade Colin i. Florida I...ill |l) K M I.YMAW I Ii put) i. i k in J5, ll 1-8 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61CS5-C IN RE: Ksta;. ..f XOBMA.N CONRAD H iRKIWOFF, .' k II NORMAN c. SARKISi IFF, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'I.. All Creditors and All Peraons Having Claims .aDemands Agulnat Said i:late Y-ni are heraby noHfead and required t" in. s.nt ans claims and rtei i.mils which > "ii may have iiga'.nst Ih. %  -• •' of NORM \ N C' INH \ 11 SARKIStiFF, It s a NORMAN C SARKISi IFF 'I' • • as. rt lute of I Mde County, Florida, to tht Counts Judges i I bide "inn .in.I lib the same in r le mi.! ii|.|*..\ l.le.l 111 S< I I '"ll 16, Floi i.ia Statutes, In th fflees III the Ci.lllllV C, .11 It l|. .11 s. ill l iinie i 'ounts Florida, within .ini.i' in..mils from the lime of the i'i' st publication hereof, or thi aama -.ull i„ barn d. Doled .ii Mi.in.i. Florida, tins lath daj ..I ii. loin .. x i' %  -..: KI.I.A MARTHA SINKS \EM -uir.x Flral publication of il.tnotice on Ihi •! Ii tht of i '. i"i" :. IV63. H \m:i /.i ,N but NICK Attornes i" ex. -ni ix l: i. in Ri! Miami Ik in 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. €3C I08a M i:i{CEI IBS di i i 'ARMEN hRESNEIHI, I'i..I' I MANt'KI. A FRBKNEIM >, I :• adant. NOTICE O^ PUBI.ICAT.ON • M I A. F ne lo i • %  i.... %  V. in /in %  vi >r, M \\'i I:I. v FRESN i:i" i, -:.|, ne, Centre Local Carrel I entre .' y *. .i. I :.n .| : %  %  ... %  I, inip'ain xx iii i ii. 'I. rk "i i laa bow i I ml -.ri. ,. ius then ol upon i !INt INEHRETTI, Attorney, 910-11 Con-1 N i: 2nd \ Miami. I loi Ida, on m i" fori the 18th iiay of Novi els, com i n ill be iii.. n .1%  .in--• il Dated Uiis li-.li dns of tk-tobi B, 13 LEA I'HKRMAN Cl< rk "i ihClicult Court I igde 'o ints Florida (ai .ill H> : c. P ci iPELA.N'D Depul) "ler k I" Ix-:'",. 11. |-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that th, underalgned, desiring t<. engSaTe In 1'iisin.ss tinder the flctltloua name of JIMMIES BARBERSHOP at 1243 W Flagler S'I., Miami. Florida Inti n.ls to register said name with the Clerk of tin Circuit Courl ••! Dade County, Florida, VINOE TUItllELJ-, i. H. MAYERS Attorney for Purchaaer 1612 Congress Uldg. Miami :::'. Fla. in :'".. 11 i-s-is IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60897 A IN RE: Batata of TIIKI.MA PURGES I',-.-. a~.'i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \ll i 'redltoi H and All Persons HavIga Clalma oi Demarida Agalnal Said ISMate: N" %  ii anhereliy notified and required to proseni an) clalras and demauds xx I I i. ii M.II m.iv have agalnal i be .stale of THEI.MA PURGES de%  .i-eii int...i Dade County, Florida, to the Coiint\ .luilites of I lade County, .in,I file th. am. in duplicate and as i'1-.ivldei in Section 7:t.16, Florida Statutes, iii their offices in the County c.n riii-.n-e Iii Dade County, Florida, union six calendar months from the time of the tn.-t publicttlon hereof, or Ihe sNIIIe will lie L.i'leil I'ate,! at .Miami. Florida, thi17th ii:i v ,.| l NHobi i A.I >. 1'.". I OK" iRGK 'HBRBN \Administrator, t"i'.\ 1'iii'ii, ni Ion of i innoi • the •_' .1 h <1 .,1 HI ,s. -. r>.. -. HEREN & GDI.DEN Vttorne) foi \dn ,ni-i ,II..I i "TA i. iT i il> < Ulda Miami a '. Fla in .'".. ii i-x-ir, NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring t" engag. buatness under the flctltloua nann • %  CER rtl i !•: 1' APPLIANCE REPA11 ll ::xn| S.W. :!
N, I'. ceaae I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ''iv .n"i and All Pi I wins II n ille ClalmS "! I :..!-, lis A U. I I 11 I S;l,.l Esl il Vou in%  herebs notified and required In in %  sent an) claims and de manda which ymt mas have aga nsl the estate of CHARLES DIXON", de. .1 lati ..I l '..I. '' ..nut >. I lorlda, judges ..I I i.i.i. 'ounMinie ill duplicate and s. .-ii,.n 733.IH, Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 00668-A IN RE: Estate of II ENRY SCISIIREK 1 '• iised. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All ir. din rs and All I', i Bom iiiir clalma or Demanda Againat s"al Estati VI lie. -: %  -. Arthur t loilfn j Roa l Miami i •• ii. Floi Ida 1" 11-18-2 I., iii, i %  ,. mt) IS and fi'.ih. as i si.. %  :• %  .-. in til ty C i.la. \\ Itiiln s \ Ihe titiii of tin ..-. or ii • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT If AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 11395 MARY JE VNINE I'EAVY, Pla lltllf v s. lii'nii II: \VV. I >. ', ml,ml. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VOl*. 111 •: 11 I'EAVY, Resldi I'nknown, are notified t" serv .i Ii "if. es In thi I %  • n I ii.l. Counts %  l-'l"rali n lar mont hs from Ublic It "11 l'el .-vx ill be barred NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni'lICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, dealrlng t<> engage in i.ii-i ti. .-> under thi i % %  l lloua na The Weiiiiinu Bhuppe: The Bridal Path: Welcome Bride .it ::>.! I Coral \\ a>. Miami Intends t" gun aid name v. ith the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Courl Of Had.Counts. I -lorlda. MARIAN IKI.I:I-II-:I.II Sole I Iwller 1" lx-:'.-,. ii i-x NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai Ihe umI. i -%  d, d< nil Ing t.. eng business under the fictitious name of SI N COSMETICS .v BEAl'TY MI'S ii l:'.'.i N'.K. I.:.'.!.] Street, Mo Mlnml Beai li Intends lo regiater said name with the ci.-rk of the circuit Court Florida. SUN REACTS A HVRBEB si I'i'l.v C''.. INC. i A l-'la. '.ni' I 10, 1-11 -lx-:'.'> I 'at. .I at Ml I lorlda, this I I'll ..... of tie toiler, \ I > 1963 HARLES A DINON \ ,\. %  ior, Flral l.'.l'llenl |i %  :. ..I I ll r Hie 27,1 Ii iliil ..! 'ei I I.' IBERT S.-i'T ;' K ', I I'M \ \ \ um ne) for Ex I i Ti I llll Alnsli > I :;.l i < l > -1:, IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. C.'C 10538 • III-: WII.I.IA.\JSI;l ltt;H SA \l\i :s BAVK I'I > Till >\l \s V IVTRH lx". el IN. el .ll, I '. I.ml., in NOTICE OF SUIT rtl \ -t"i l: i '.ii Ii in and Deal \ %  %  %  n lllS il'e. 11 16 -...I AVi II Amnra, UII You an heiebj notified thai thi BIKII %  caplloued action ha> been In SIlMlle.l .tn.ilh-I \..u 111 thi ClrVUit i ..in i ..t the Bl< • nth Judicial circuit nf Florida In ami for Dade County to forccloae a mori—;•• upon the following .i.-s.-i :ii, ,i r, ai property: I...1 13. Block t SiiiTT T.AKi: MANOR, SECTION ONE, according to the I 'hit thereof, reonrded in Hiat Book "7 ,il I'm;,. JO of the I'lll'll. Recorda of I'a.le County, Florida, together itli Suburban i:.,.w.iii Typ, Oven Model tui No. 8-118; Stiliurliati 4 Burner Gas Sui-fnee Itiit .Mi.de] 711 No. '--"I: Hotpolnl K.-ll leel'Mli.r Ni.. .-'IIWI': Nelletillll Blinds; Parade Water Heater Model s::i'-i l-x No, IS6U I V,,u are reiimred t>, file your atiawer lo plaintlflTa complaint nith the i 'lerk .a the a for. said Com t, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs ay MARTIN FINE, nth Floor, i'jile Federal Building, Miami 32. i lorlda noi later than November Sth, 1968, or a Decree I'i > % Confesso wfli • red agalnal you. II AT El > i. tod. i I. 1968, I-:. II. LEATHERM \ N Clerk of the PtrruH Court (all B) C, P CI 'I'KI.AND Deputy Clerk MAIM'IN FINE \ito. ney for Plaintiff 14th Pliatr i '..I. Fi deral i'ldsMiami J:', Floii.U 10/4-ll-lx %  •,' u %  nsw < %  !• t,. I n\ orce c,. ugalnsi "i "ii Plalntlffa atto • t \. i ;i:> iRt IK Nh 'ih il.AS. 612 N \\ \ Mi I" | fill innl xx iiii i 'lerk < if iln v • "ourl \..< mhi i.' .. 1963, "i' • ni ni 111 be i -.nf. --.-.I b) %  "i. I IATEI' i '. tobei 22, 191 K B LEATHERMAN i irt ..,, %  K .1 LS'MAN, -i. %  • k I" %  ::•. il i- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LL! VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10891 : a 'I.I. \i: S WIN. IS BAN lx ll < I' SEW Vi IRK, BRCCE I' PETILLl I, ux. i I lefi mil niNOTICE OF SUIT : u. %  I'. I'.-iillo and I,,. in .• I'nki .. II. I If i • ii i. -I. their unki and ii dead, the ui eea, .. lam • -. %  • iiora, i. dltois. iruati other < -I an> llf ill. iiiime.l defendants who ari di V'ou ii 11.-1. i.> notified thai thi ti..\, captinned action has been it • -i tuted agalnal sou In the i c, mi ..i th.l ith .lu.ii lal C rcult K oi Ida In and lor Dade County • foreclose a mortgage upon the follov u iiesei-ihed real property: l.nt 1*. I'.l'iik IJ SCI ITT I AK MANOR, SECTION SIX, aocordln.. i.i the llal thereof, recorded in I'I: Hook Ki ii Page 11 "I the 1'uld %  Rccordx "i Dude County, Florida, t> • gether with Venetian Bllnda, We* • in-.-ii,. %  -.Refrigerator lll.-iai Westlnghouae Automatic Waaher, x ,.-i are I'eQUlred to file your ai • swer I.I plaintiffs complain! with ti ci, rk ,.| ii,,. aforeagld Court, an serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff i BltoriU') MARTIN FINE, nth Floo Dnde Federal Building, Miami a.. Florida not later than November '-'". 1963, .,l '• ,i',Pro i '.infe.--.' \\ I.. %  %  rt .i ugaInsl s ou, I IATEI t ober --. 1968 I-: B, LEATHERMAN i '.I. rk of the Circuit Court B) N A HEWITT, Deput) Clerk M \i: TIN FINE \ for Plaintiff 1 Ith l-'l %  I 'ml. Fi .I. ml I'.ldg. Miami 32, Floi in :: %  n I--:



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the lAJowian s lAJorld • • • ^ eJewiislh. Floridiaxi Miami, Florida, Friday, October 25. 1963 Section B Culmination of Medical Fund Project at Home's Meeting Men icie.lunc pre 5 ecu. utrs of the Patrons Committee for the IsEleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award r.eon £iqn the Book of Honor which will be ; :ited to Mrs. Carl Weinkle at the lunchSeated from left are Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. A. J. Harris and Mrs. Sam Luby Sr. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Bresler, Mrs. A. C. Fine and Mrs. Dan Ruskin. The Award Luncheon will take place on Friday, Nov. 1, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Eshkol's Daughter to Cite Mrs. Weinkle rama Eshkol Shochat. .. a el's Prime MinisEshko!, will come to Mi Nov. 1. to tak<> part I racl Klvanor Koosevelt rian Award Luncheon at m bleau Hotel, it was an Ihis week by Mrs. Anna : Meyers, chairman of the Women > Division, and I'.lank. luncheon chair* %  Minister Eshkol's (laughv Tsonalh present the IsI Roosevelt Humani nd to Mrs. Carl Weinkle tion of her service to tl I rsl fifteen years of service which reflects: ..nan warmth which ] me a symbol of the spirit ti Eleanor Roosevelt." inction w ith the Award the Israel International i r-iial. acclaimed as %  e most Impressive collec i outure, will be I'hc ("II, •thin includes creations of outstanding internationally famous designer*. Also participating in the lunchcon will bo I la I March, stage, screen and television personality, who will introduce the commentary for the Fashion Festival. March will star in the Coconut Grove Playhouse production of The Golden Fleecing." Although the daughter of Israel's Prime Minister. Tama Eshkol Shochat has achieved recognition in her own right. Among her most notable achievements was helping to found the community of Arad. Born in Israel 27 years ago. she has been a firsthand witness to the drama that preceded and followed the establishment of the young State. In the summer of 1!>62. she went to the pioneer com munity of Arad as part of an advance planning group, preceding by several months the 'Mayflow cr" party of Arad's fust 30 families. A graduate social worker. Mrs. Shochat. as the Arad Authority's community organizer, is responsible for the integration of new nettlers, She serves on the cornContinued on Page 4-B Greater -Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold its next monthly meeting, Tuesday noon at the Algiers Hotel. The meeting will be the culmination of the Sidney Appel Medical Fund project, proceeds from which help pay for medication and eye doctor service to residents at the home. Mrs Charlotte Katz is chairman of the Medical Fund project. Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Auxiliary president, will give the address of welcome. Honorary president and building Fund chairman, Mrs. Sol Silverman. will discuss the Auxiliary's participation in the new Building Fund drive and the gala cocktail party and luncheon to lake place Thursday. Oct. 31. MRS. CHARLOTTt KA7Z n J by ISABEL GROVE SILK 'N CHIFFON JUMPER ELEGANTE / lacques Cohen, of Sunset 1 enjoying every minute i xtended stay in Israel. th :t "our own good old L'S.A ,til| the greatest'" i of her stay was at t'n.' opening subscription "I the Israel Plulharthe guest of Mrs. Pintle of Prime Minis! inance Soloist with h' orchestra under the baton of Donati was Gina Bachauer pects to be joined soon sister and husband. Mr I Mrs, A. Schlesinger, of New ity Frequent visitors :. they're on the last leg d the world jaunt ">nge party hosted by d Mrs. Wolfie Cohen at '* Rascal House for the Dave and Earl Portnoys who l< on a European vacation m,. week, • %  nth wedding annivcr* Mr. and Mrs. Leo Radoff 'ted last weekend with a 1 Parly at Chandler's Ml siety shared with guests Mrs. Fred Atlas and Mr. IM Hurton Jay Radoff. His 75th birthday on Saturday ,r W. Herman M. Cohen, rab'.' emeritus of Aaron Congrega'' 3 Three oldest grandchildren of Rabbi and Mrs. Cohen. Susan Beth and Karen Deborah Cohen and Nancy Gail Miller jetting in from Call fornia to help celebrate the anniversary ... In honor of the occasion. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz has asked the venerable rab hi to deliver the sermon from Temple Menorah pulpit ... A graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rab bi Cohen has been a frequent pulpit guest at Temples F.manuEl, Menorah. Ner Tamid, Beth David and Dade Heights during his many years here. .-t t %  Convalescing at home after several weeks in the hospital. Sam Traurig is catching up on a year's backlog of reading Recovering from surgery, he is under strict orders from the doctor not to leave the house until some time in November. > Twenty-live trees planted recently in Israel are the direct outcome of a chance meeting in Los Angeles Mr. and MrSam Dancls, introduced to Merrill Lowell, outstanding Hollywood fur designer, quickly

Taae 14. A
Page 14-B
mJauM rtoricti^r
Friday, October 25, 1963
CJll,nl(j Cl-fl Rabbi Caplan to be Seen
Edmund i-ieg wil
ead at 89
Signing gul bo-k at rempie Judea Sisterhcocl paid-up dos-
sort coffee and fashion show is new member (left) Mrs. Jerry
Modell Looking on are Mrs. Sidney Jacobs financial sect-
ary and Mrs. Julius Eearman. membership chairman, beatea
are Mrs. Sidney Lanqer. hostess, and Mis. Frank Tcoack.
^resident.
jm^wKC *.ortfc.i
Free Locn Seeks
New Members
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
.(..ji Association held its first open
neeting of the year on Sunday
veiling, ;u Washington Bank And
torium, 1234 Washington Ave.
An audience of ovi r 290 pen
leard a report given by President
sadore Schwartz, that there are
mi :i">2 members in the organize-
ion, and that the amount ol loans
iven to needy persons from Jan-
ary through September. 19o3
tmounte to over $7,130.
Schwartz urged the community
'to support the Free Loan Associ
.ion oy becoming members in
ie organization."'
Hebrew Free Loan extends loans .- In
up to $500 without interest. K^\,;'
Following the meeting were en
tertainment and refreshments.
PARIS (JTA Edmond
Fie". ..... of Europe's leading
writers, died here this week ai
.1, age ol 89 after a lengihj ;
mm The funeral was at uw
Jewish Cemeterj In the center ot
,.,.,. M.mtpa nas-e. an(. Hies
Z* eondueted bj .** A. ScbJh
,he ch.ei Chaplain ol Jewish Boy
S,ds ol which Kle* had long
g ;1 ,,,,, shortlj before hi
death, the noted writer asked that
ni) speeches be made at his fun-
eral and that Jewish scou s be
posted as honor guards at tlu
rites
Eorn in Geneva, Fleg made
his literary career in France
mi became one of the country *
bEst known writers. He consist-
ertly made Jewish subjects the
theme of much of his w'',in9
He had been an officer of the
Alliance Israelite Universslle
and the Jewish-Christian Friend-
ship Society.
in New York. Dr. Nahum G I
mann as president ol the
Jewish Congress, issued a st
mem expressing deep grief at he
passing away of Fleg, who
the presidenl ol the French Se<
tion ol the Congo -
Mr Fleg." Dr Goidmann said,
represented a unique synthesis
ol the loftiest Jewish traditions
and ideals with the greatest
achievements ol French culture
He was a writer and a thinker ol
, real onginalit> and a deep be-
liever in Jewish ideals and devot-
ed to all Jewish aspirations both
with regard to" Israel and in the
Diaspora. He was one ol the lead
ers ol the World Jewish Congress
and exercised u great influence
rn the Jewish intelligentsia and
Jewish youth In France. lli~
passing is a deep loss to the Jew-
ish people "
Rabbi -lonah E. Caplan will con-
duct the "Worship Hour" on Sun-
!:,. 10:30 an. over Ch. 10.
Vi 1 BW-TV. Cantor Maurice Neu
and choir will participate
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERHHY Ul\
Hi, iinil. ralfl.....I, ill -ii in).....
Minlnewi undt-i ill
Costumes Order of Dance
Costumes Will replace daily
school clothes at the Temple TO-
ercth Jacob ISY Halloween party
and dance on Saturday from 7:30
to U p ni.

'Harvest Masquerade Ball'
Temple Beth Shiran will hold a
Harvest Masquerade Ball" on
Saturday. 9 p m.. at the Temple.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN. the COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
'M.NDFOR HADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATC
No S1I14.C
-. |< .- I.M Ti >N
' 'NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
r ivmai \
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Itivi-rr
i tiling

:i in.
Av.

So. Shore UN
Slates Discussion
south Shore Unit of the united
Btions will hold a panel discus-
- on on Monday evening at Wash
,gton Federal Auditorium. 1234
asfeington Ave.
To be heard are Neal Rutledge,
c;l attorney. Cannon J. M. Tay-
r, All Souls Episcopal Church;
id Mrs. Joel Lee. regional pres-
ent. League of Women Voters.
Topics to be discussed include
;s Peace Possible Without the
rated Nations?". -Can the Unit-
l Nations Function Without the
- ipport of an Informed Public
pinion.'", and "Can We Have
eace and Security in a Worl I
-hat is Half I'nderfed and inn-
ate""
Rabbi lowy to Speak
Second session of the adult edu-
cation program at Temple Sinai
will be held Monday at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy will com-
pare the Traditional with the
! t. nion I'rayerbook in respect to
i evening prayers for the Sabbath.
'Harvey' Slated
At Beach High
LEVEN.
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i 'li i
if, TI.
- : Chit-UK1
SAFAN.E. \
.. .11 I I i
1\ n. IliVi iMil,
ZELKOWITZ. Samili '
I, i ..n N Hull)
E^SENBERG. S- Mil
i "/. i M K:\ i*ldi
GROB. It>
Rlvi luldi
HILDEBRAND. I
.i.il. rwm A\. Ill'
VOSES. Urn \nm -
u.ii. Am R i nidi
TERLINGO. PoM
172ml Th Kit '
ROSEN, Jai nil 1. I ':- ':
I'.ilm A^ died lk-1 I!' Kl>
UOLLINGER. .-
lilth Si .- : \ N-V.
Rl\ .-i nidi
EDELMAN, M-- Ittl K
K'Ui >' >
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111.. '
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NV\
Harvey." by Mary Chase, .will, elgu.on.^ -
be presented at Miami Beach Sen- F|Sh.er. Charli
--.......--":*:---- Ave, lliversi i
MENDELSON.
ior High School Auditorium
ti ie evening of Oct. 24 and 25.

Starring will bo the Beach High
Thespians, with Jay W. Jensen as
ilireclor.
Martin Kahan is the male lead
Featured with him will be Mar-
sha Blumstein In supporting
oles are Lynne Newman. Barrj
lennel and Su2i Grenakl.
also include- Alberta Fid-
erer, Richard Milstein, Jan. Cook.
Marlene Schwartz. Max N
Kessler, and Jefl Avick.
Carole Levy Is student rector.
i- Steve Sonnen-
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T Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 36 Number 43 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 25, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20* Students Face Trial Opener In Jerusalem JERUSALEM l and 11 %  1 > witness for % %  .on on the opening Continued on Page 13-A Commerce Dep 't Views Israel's Economic Gains Douglas Cites 'Unselfish' American Foreign Policy StH. PAUL DOUGLAS pride in our help By Special Report Sen. Paul Douglas (Dill. i. chairman of the Joint Economic Committee of Congress, Monday night asserted that America's foreign policy since 1940 has been "the most enlightened and unselfish in all of human history." He said that "Americans should STILL SUBJECT OF EXPLORATION Ecumenical Council Not Ready With Statement on the Jews DR. GO10MANN DENIES REPORT PAGE 5 A ROME—(JTA)—Vatican sources denied this week reports appearill | in the American press to the elfect that a declaration on relations between the Church and the Jewish people had been completed and that it was being printed for distribution to the Fathers attending the Ecumenical Council. Circles close to the Secretariat lor the Promotion of Christian Unity, headed by Angustin Cardinal Ben, who was supposed to have dratted the declaration, denied that such a declaration was about to be distributed or even that it \ is being printed now. They said this document is still subject to elaboration, They denied also that Cardinal Bea is about to deliver a .-peech to the Ecumenical Council on this subject. In reporting that the document take pride in it" and that "it, would be well if foreign nations reduced the drum-fire of constant and carping criticism which they continually direct at us." Sen. Douglas spoke in the Grand Ballroom of the New York Hilton Hotel before more than 1,000 Women's American ORT delegates from across the nation. Sen. Douglas said that there is a tendency all over the world "to take our protection and our benevolent aid for granted, while reviling our motive and manners." He asserted that America should continue on with "mature pride" in helping constructively to "meet the needs of the world." However, he warned foriegn friends "not to take our altruism for granted," returning "carping unfriendliness for generous if at times clumsy help." Sen. Douglas pointed out that Ihere are in America today "mighty forces swelling to repudiate the policies of the last 25 years and to move backwards to even greater isolation and selfsufficiency, Many." he said, "who have been ardent advocates of close support of the free world are becoming disheartened by the treatment in words and deeds which is being meted out to us by those we arc helping to protect, whom we have generously assisted, and who even now we seek to help As features of America's -••"erous foreign policy, Sen. Douglas listed the lollowing: • America was the first tion "to get out of tie business of imperialism and colonialism lie stated that the "Communists are therefore 100 percent wrong when they try to stigmatise us a colonial and imperialistic po er • Although America has ir Continued on "age 11-A Gromyko Chides Critics of Soviet Union Pciicy on Jewish Citizens CHICAGO — (JTA) — Jewish spiritual leaders who accuse the Soviet Union of persecuting Russian Jews are playing a "shock WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The I S Department of Commerce ,i this week that prospects for United States exports to Ismi good in an economy which continues prosperous proI iiited States suppliers effective promotional cfloi ; i their products." Thi report noted that Israel's lional product "continues the impressive rate of per (cut a year." The i itcd the tact that an i am of import liberaluhich was started at the I 1962, "has freed over all Israeli import items from administrative import lieontrols." "At first the result of the liberalization, as indicated by preliminary data, has been an increase in Israeli imports of consumer goods at the same time that larger imports of investment goods have been resumed," the Department reported. "Since inauguration of the program in early 1942, import licenses have been granted, covering $4,200,000 '" goods formerly protected. By August 1963 $1,800,000 of this h *C actually been imported." The report said that many of [Msi items "should be of interest "fed S'ates suppliers, in-1 trading irrigation pipes and fitplumbing fixtures, and a of electrical items such as l:i breakers, fuses, switchstarters and elevators." er, the report warned, the Continued on Page 7-A In reporting that the aocumeni and .. ro e knowing is already in print and ready for ^ ^^ statements about Jew Continued on Page 6-A ry in the USSR "are packed with FULBRIGHT SCORES AGAIN Senate Unit Drops Clause Tc Bar Egyptian Aggression WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has eliminated from the Foreign Assistance Bill a clause designed to curtail Egyptian aggression, it was learned here. Chairman J. W. Fulbnght per suaded the Committee that the wording, inserted into the House version of the bill by Rep. Leon' aid Farbstein, New York Democrat, was undesirable. The word ing was similar to last year's Keating-Halpern Amendment, "to restrict the flow of aid to nations using their own funds to buy Soviet arms." The Committee reported out a| bill which completely eliminated 1 the stand taken by the House 1 which would give no aid to the United Arab Republic or any oth er country the President determines is "engaging in or preparing for aggressive military efforts" against the United States. or other recipients of American assistance A bipartisan effort led by Continued on Page 9-A lies," according to an exclusive interview with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko, published here by The Sentinel. Chicago Jewish weekly. However, an editorial reply by J. I. Fishbein, editor of The Sen.inel. reiterated the charges against the Soviet Union, detailing the accusations with factual evidence. The interview with Mr. Gromyko, according to the newspaper. was obtained recently at the United Nations by Mandcl Terman, a Chicago busines man who is chair man of the Chicago Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Present, according to Terman, was also Mikhail Menshikov. former Soviet Ambassador to Washington, who is now Foreign Minister of the Soviet Russian Federated Republic, largest component of the USSR. Mr. Terman quoted Mr. Gromyko as stating: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened that at this late date in history at a time when the hot fire of the cold war has turned to ashes, when the future for mankind has not looked as bright since the cold war began Continued on Page 12-A Woman Collapses After Facing Nazi HANOVER — (JTA) — A worn an survivor of the Nazi destine-1 tion of the Lodz Ghetto in oc-| cupied Poland broke down during testimony in the Bradvisch-Fuchs, war crimes trial here this week, screaming "murderer" at Gunther Fuchs, 52, a lormer Gestapo official. Mrs. Ida Weynberg. 51. now a resident of Paris, told the court that Fuchs had shot her in the leg when she begged permission to go with her two children to a Nazi death camp. Fuchs and Otto Bradvisch. Gestapo mayor of Lodz during the war, are on trial here on charges of helping to murder some 8C.000 Jews during the Lodz occupation. She testified that Gestapo men, acting under Fuchs orders, tore her children, then seven and three, from her arms for trans* port to the Kulmhof death camp. She said the older child, called to I her from the death van. "Mama. mama, don't leave us now." Her voice breaking. Mrs. MeyBtwrg Continued on Page 16-A PRtMltR ISHKOl readiness for defense Preserve Peace, Eshhol Urges JERUSALEM — (JTA) — A call to the major world powers le safeguard peace in the Middle Ea.-l was issued here Monday by Prime Minister Levi E.-hkol in his "Statfl of the nation" address at he ope.ling meeting of the Knesset, Israel's Parliament, which reconvened lor the winter session. It was the first major speech delivered by Mr. Eshkol before he Parliament since he became I'n mier He stressed both Israel's desire for peace and its readiness for defense. He also announced the abolition for Arabs in Israel of major restrictions of military rule in certain areas of the country. There are many indications, he said, that Israel's "genuine desire for peace" and its striving to achieve peace are "making a growing impression upon Continued on Page 9-A



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Friday, Oclober 25, 1963 *. fc-Wtf ihcriidiikin Page 11-1 90-Year-Old Beach Retirement Hotel Resident Recalls 'the Good Old Days' Ten Miami and Miami Beach leaders have been chosen delegates to the Jewish National Fund National Assembly which will take place Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 at the New York Hilton Hotel. Left to right (seated) are Judge Morris Berick, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Leon J. Ell and Marshall Comis. Standing are Zev W. Kogan, Herbert Shapiro. Michael Sossin and Petei F. Heller. Not shown are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Mrs. Pearl Comis. Humphrey Will Address JNF Assembly in N.Y. By Special Report l/nited States Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, of Minnesota, forceful Democratic Party leader and maji rity Whip of the Senate, will be principal speaker nt the nationassembly of the Jewish National Fund of America, opening at Hi.' New York Hilton Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 31. and continuing • irough Sunday, Nov. 3. MII Humphrey will deliver his ..cldre^s at the plenary session, irday evening. Nov. 2. Includi.i in the roster of speakers are Jacob Tsur, world chairman of Keren Kayemeth Leisracl. and lormer Israel Ambassador to Argentina and France; Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Jr., U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce; Michael Comay, Israel Ambassador to the I nitcd Nations; Avraham Harman, Israel AmbassaJor to the lini.i! States Dr. .Max Nuss_ SIN. HUMPHRir baum, president of the Zionist Organization of America; and Albert Schill, president of the JNF of America. It is expected that Sen. Humphrey will deliver an important policy statement concerning American Israeli relations with special emphasis on the security problems confronting Ihe State of Israel as a result of Nasser's massive armaments program with the aiil of German scientists. The triennial JNF assembly v ill undertake a gigantic plan to develop a million dunams of land in Western Galilee on which tens of border-villages will be built in order to secure Israel's frontiers with Lebanon and Syria. This plan will be proposed by Chairman Tsur. who will be arriving here for the special purpose of presenting the new program to the Jewish community of America. Max Bohrer. 90-year-old Spanish-American War veteran has lived an adventurous lite and seen' history being made during his nine decades Bohrer, a resident of the Black stone Retirement Hotel, partui pates in the varied daily activi ties planned for the senior citizens at the Beach home. '"I don't lack for companionship there, for ] I enjoy recalling the good old days ; with the older boys in their 90's' and the youngsters in their 70'and 80s.'' said Bohrer. He was raised on Ihe East Side of New York, where his father was a butcher. Bohrer ran away from home at 16 to see the world. When ho was 26. he owned a, saloon in the town of F.ngleton, Tex. He sold his business when v.ar broke out. and enlisted as did' every man in the village. "The army has change I since the old days." he said. "I can remember that during the six months of training we men had to eat spoiled meat and stale bread. We didn't even have the necessities. We had lo wear the same clothes, for there was no change of clothing." His wife died ten years ago, and his only son died tun years ago "I never had much if an educa Beth Torah Young Adults Beth Torah Young Adults will' hold a Masquerade Ball on Sunday, 8:30 p.m.. at the Unified Hall. 2300 NE 171st St. Program will include a live band, games. ; refreshments, and prizes for original costumes. In charge of information are Marsha Hershman, president, and Barbara Krongold. tion." he said, "but somehov f serfl my son through College." in turn sent his sons through mi IIcal school. "Both my grands, are physicians today and I a mighty proud of them." said E %  < %  rer. "I miss lots of my old frlei who have passed away but I met c ome very nice people wl living at the Blackstone." Vis if Ihe fabulout STARLIGHT ROOF America's Smnrtcst Supper Club for Superb Dining arid Delightful Dancing to MAL MALKIN Hit Piano and His Orchestra COMPLETE DINNERS from J 5.50 Will the BtmilgM Roof for a spei-:a


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Friday. October 25, 1963 *k*ishncrHiar) Page 7-A Rabbi Waxman Appeals to Mtamians o Lend Support to United Fund Effort Rabbi Alfred Waxman. of Temple Z.on, has issued an appeal to cwilb religious leaders and lay;,„,„ for support ot the 1963 United Fund campaign. Rabbi Waxman. executive vice president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, is one of four Miami religious leaders serv„,., on the Religions Institutions Committee. Dade County synaUF NtiDS VOLUHTtm Some 500 additional volun terrs are urgently needed lor the residential phase ot the United Fund campaign in Miami Beach, it was an nounced this week by MrAaron Farr. Residential Division chairman. %  •If we are to raise the funds so vitally needed to support the 40 health, welfare and character-building agencies which the United Kind supports with but one .1 campaign each year, must have the manpownecessary to cover every r( idence in our assigned on Miami Beach," Mrs. r stated. •era o n s interested in ng these 40 agencies irged to volunteer theii ces and undertake tr on a minimum of ten their neighbors." Mrs rr said. She asked volunteers tc nuate with her at Miami Beach headquarl the United Fund. 54C Lincoln Rd. port 40 community service "agencies in Dade County. Three of the agencies serve the Jewish community—Jewish Family and Children's Service. Jewish Home for the Aged, and YM and YWHA of Greater Miami. Chairman of the Religious Inr.iitutiors Committee is Max J. Kar 1 d rector, Florida Region, NUtioral Conference of Chriitians and Jews. Assisting Karl and Rabbi Waxmen are two other co-chairmen who head the religious residential campaign for Ihsir respective faiths. %  They are The Rev. Robert W. Shaw, pastor of the First ChrisI tlan Church of Miami, and presi1 dent of the Greater Miami Council of Churches, Protestant; and i (he Rev. Msgr. Bryan O Walsh, secretary of charities for the Miami Diocese, Catholic. Facing the rigors of an active United Fund of Dade County campaign are these executives. Left to right are B. B. Goldstein, president of Sanitary Linen Service, who is acting as group chairman for Cleaners and Laundries of Division A; Robert Macht, president of Jordan Marsh, chairman of Division B; and Bernard S. Klayf, executive vice president, Burdine's. chairman of the Mercantile Division of Division A. United Fund Moves Over Half-Million Mark as Drive Enters its Third Week ^ are being asked to support Cnited Fund Sabbath on \ B through 10. Rabbis are urged to preach sermons on the religious significance of supporting United Fund, and to use United Fund Sabbath program covers for synagogue bulletins. Lay organiiations art asked to schedule talks by United Fund speakers during the 1963 campaign now in progress and ending Dec. 12. goguefl will be encouraged I i make corporate gifts to United Fund United Fund Sabbath opens the 1363 United Fund camii residential phase. On Nov. 10. thousands of volleers will launch a door-to-door solicitation to give Dado householders an opportunity to participate in our community's largestAP..!I health, we.fare and character-building activity, 17.000 volunteers are needed The 1063 campaign goal is i 53.008,838, which will go to Mipfood Executive Named Ronald L. Fine. Food Fair Stores executive, and chairman ol the Metropolitan Dade County Urban Renewal Agency, has been named chairman of the Retail lntrj Committee of citizens for Honda's Future. Stale Chairman Tl omas F. Fleming Jr.. anneed today, What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE,NERVOUS HEADACHES? Anacin* Tablets contain the pain reliever doctors recommend most for tieadnche pain. And Anacin works t 'it. In 22 aeconds after entering four bloodstream, Anacin is speeding: relief to your headache. Anacin Hot only relieves the pain, but also Its tension and depression. You see, ( %  rlnacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is a combination of ingredients... a tpteihl combination" not found in leading aspirins or buffered ^•yirins. Buy Anacin today. RABBI ALffttD WAXMAN Dade Heights Groups Listed Groups at VtCe llelgiits Jewish Congregation plann-ng meetings this month include Senior Citizens, holding a first get-together of the season on Sunday at 2 p.m. Young Judea. foi ages 7 to 11. will meet on Tuesday at 7 p.m., i and Senior USY will hold its first BOCiaJ on Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. Registration in the Boy Scouts was held on Thursday Oct. 17. at 8 p.m.. and 5-year-olds can still register for Sunday School. The United Fund is over the, half million dollar mark as the 1963 campaign entered its third week Monday. Campaign Chairman Gen. E. A. Evans said $533.000 in pledges have been received toward this year's goal of $3,008,838. The major portion of the halfmillion came from corporate gifts, although the United Fund's four major divisions are now under way. Evans said the campaign is in high gear as United Fund nears its first general report meeting on Nov. 14. By that date, it's hoped that i the campaign will have reached $1,800,000 or 60 percent of its goal. There is still one big event on United Fund's schedule before the • report meeting. On Nov. 10, Unit-, led Fund Sunday, thousands of vol-i : unteers will make a door-to-door { solicitation of Dac!e County in the ; residential phase of the campaign. Evans said the residential campaign w ill give Dade householders an opportunity to participate fn the community's largest single health, welfare and character building activity. Forty community agencies in Dade County receive support through United Fund. Evan* said that "we must reach a goal of over $4 million dollars if the United Fund's 40 agencies are to keep up with Dade's fast growing needs." UF goal for 1963 is $3,008,838. or 7 l J percent over 1962. The increase will provide the same services to residents in 1964 as were provided in 1963. The increase covers rising costs of housing, services, institutional care and materials. G£N. E. 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Friday. October 25. 1963 +Jewl*t>nDrkl8aM Page 9-A Eshkol Calls on World Leaders to Assure Peace Cortinued from Page 1-A the world's consciousness." At the same time, however, he warnec of Israel'* determination to strengthen its military deferred "in the face of persisting Arab threats." "While develop.ng our defensive preparedness." he stated, "we -lull not exempt from their International responsibilities o her %  ., ,(( loving sta"es that are in a SAMUtl CKOQtHSKY Hebrew Themes At Beth Sholom Art Exhibition B th Shol< ;:i Ar; (:ill>r\ .: tings 't Samensk; I • il Gab > artist. '. K i > 1 li %  i od r,.-. t i Hot< 1 ndenskj '..presen. -. a preTuesday, 9 p.m. The prefeatured Kligcrman in a n .lri>h art, i. densky stuciec: at the \aAcademy of Design in New J the Cleveland Institute of Ohio, ar.d at the University .mi He has exhibited at I rj •!>': Nj-ional Show in cetown, the Massaehu>etts stival ::• 1958, the Joe an I Lowe Art Gallery, and the Vrts Society in Palm Beach, ithei • current > shibit, accenting themes, includes 'Exo"Yemi nit( "Man with Disc," "HagY men %  'ith Children." thers Tfc how will be on until Nov ^ Senate Drops Arri-Bias Clause Continued from Page 1-A Secutors Ernest Cruening, Alaska Dimocrat, and Jacob K. Jav%  ts, New York Republican, will be made on the Senate floor to restore the eliminated measure. The bill is expected before the Senate within a week. Dbjectioni bal been made by llu State Department against the wording Which might hamper con\nHTujn assistance to the regime Sen. Fulbnght I er Foreign Relations Com member? carried the Comnutti • decision, by arguing that •he definition of "aggressive Will' M efforts"" was too vague. They said tbe language was so general i-M be applied in the current Morocco-Algerian dispute, causing Problems for American diplomacy. "'PSeymour Halpern. New • orlt l.cpublican. who co-sponsor 11 the measure passed last year, said that if the Senate's scrapping "l tin-, year's anti-Nasser clause lv final, he would seek similar leg islation inserted into the forth% coming foreign aid bill. The present bill pertains to the authorization and the fundmust be transmitted by subsequent legislation. position to join various ways toward safeguarding peace in our; area ." The responsibility of the major powers, he said, "is parti1 cuiarly heavy, since it is they who could beat wield a deterrent influence." Emphasising the fact that Egypt was being supplied by destructive srmamenU, the Israeli leader aid: "The obstacle would be removed from (he highway of peace, il the German and other scientiats will cease strengthening the Juggernaut of aggression being buill in Egypt. Our Government." he asserted, "will continue to act BgaiOSl aid given by German scientists and technicians to Egyptian plans for destroying Israel. We also expect the Federal Government of Germany to submit to the Bundestag (West Germany's lower house of Parliament) a law to prevent such activity." "The casing of world tensions as a result of the tripower nuclear test ban pact," said Mr. Eshkol, "has raised hope. The more world tensions are relaxed the more difficult will our cnem es find it to keep the general thaw from penetrating to the Middle East. But it is precisely in our region that the glaring contrast between hopes for peace ar.d the reality of hostility is most apparent, as the Arab governments persist in threatening Israel's very existence." The Prime Minister informed ihe Knesset ot wide measures being undertaken to improve relations whh the Arab and Druse minorities In Israel. He announced a long list of such measures, including village develop ment projects in the Arab-popuIpled areas, further improvements in educational facilities. and establishment oi a special lund for higher Arab education. He then announced the abolition of major military government restrictions in certain areas, except lor a small number of Arab villages lying on the very borders of neighboring Arab states. In all other areas, he said. Arabs will no longer have to obtain personal travel permits. He voiced his regret that "incitement and ho*Back to School At Beth Shirah On Tuesday, the first "Back to School Night" for parents at Temple Beth shirah will be Inaugurated. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Cantor Herman K Gottlieb, the Education Committee and faculty of the sunilay School will conduct a schedule of classes identical with the one followed by the students on Sundays. Starting from the assembly, v lure parents will gather at 8 p.m., the adults will meet class teachers and hear lectures on content of subject areas Only students with specific duties related to the evening's activities will be present. tility by the Arab countries com-, pel us to keep a close watch on areas that are parttrularty sensi-' live from the viewpoint of secun ity." Mr. Eshkol outlined the Government's plan for expansion of educational opportunities for all Israelis, telling Parliament that equality of educational opportun ity is "the highroad to true inte-j gration of our communities and toward the elimination of inequalities between citizens of various origins." Turning to economic affairs, Mr. Eshkol expressed disappointmtnt over the results achieved thus far in Israel's negotiations for a link with the European Common Market. Israel, he said, has been looking forward "with growing and justified antic'pation toward speedy progress in meeting our demands" on the European Economic Community. The Euromart, he said, "bears a great moral responsibility toward Israel." On the domestic, economic front, he reported, the last year has been one of Ihe most stable periods in Israel's" history. While prices remained stable, he noted, production increased* rapidly, a" high level of economic activity and employment has been maintained, and an improvement has taken place in the balance of payments which will probably result in reducing the trade deficit by SSO.OOO.OOO. Ihe Premier discussed the project for expanding development in the Galilee area, and referred to the current immigration to Israel. He said there was an increased influx of Jewish immigrants from the free world, especially from South America. "There is reason to believe that Ihe rate of immigration from many countries will continue and will be considerable during the coming year," he stressed. Voicing appreciation for world Jewry's moral and material support of immigration and absorption, he said, however, that "to our regret, its contribution in the last years has not matched the enormous needs." He appealed to world Jewry overseas to recognize Ihe "urgency" of the Immigration and absorption problem, and "to take appropriate action." Without mentioning the Soviet Union by name, Mr. Eshkol told the Knesset that Israel will speak up at the United Nations on the status of the Jews in the USSR. "The Israeli delegation at the United Nations," he declared, "will have the opportunity of expressing its views, the aspirations of Israeli citizens and of the entire Jewish people regarding the situation of Jews in certain countries where they are deprived of the right to express their adherence to Jewish values and to enjoy contact with Jews in the rest of the world." Finally. Mr. Eshkol came to* one issue that has disturbed Israel recently—the demonstration'* by Sabbath observers and their opponents. He criticized sharply "the use of violence that leads to violence," declaring that both secularists and the ultra-zealou* "are wrong." In matters of conscience and religion, he said. Israeli society "is founded on a pact of mutual tolerance which found expression in our Proclamation of Independence, which guaranteed that every man shall live according to his conscience in his own home, in his homelard. The public realm." he asserted, "will be protected by the Government." Zamora Opens Lending Library Tempi" Zamora announces th" Organising of a Temple and School Library. 'Ihe library will be housed in the Temple chapel building and "ill j consist of various books pertaining til the Jewish faith. Books for adults and children will bo represented. Members of the Temple wi'l be able to browse as well as check out books for home use. Kahbi Hershel Brooks th's week a ope iled for donations of books to the library. Members of the Library Committee are Rabbi and Mrs. Hershel i Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mosjkowitz. Mrs. Dorothy Greenberg. [Arthur Deutsch. Mrs. Edna KusInick. and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rice. Me Ami Unanimously Endorsed by Miami Leadership Photos show Rabbis, heads of Greater Miami congregations. Jewish National Fund and B'nai B'rith leaders and officers at (he Presidents and Rabbis Luncheon October 15th at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Miami Beach. Florida, as they unanimously pledged their support oi MeAmi and J.N.F. activities.



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Page 2-A 9>.k*/lstifkridte*r} Friday, Q clober ^ Th 01 %  as in y ii )li ..ti rt m ui II ^h :e h .tl b' JU! i :r< n en rt i m talk pti will m h : ra ; -oi :on : -ev to I •in Dfl4 ;r* nil :oit n •it :ef Ot 1 Ichj Contemporary Affairs lectureship Tuesday Eve World renowned historian Dr. Silo W. Baron will inaugurate the first annual Contemporary Jcwith Atlairs Lectureship at the Fomau.e bleau Hotel on Tuesday evening. Fred K. Sho.het. publisher of The .lavish F'o'id^n. an.i chairman of the committee for the lee u.ivsmp. b*id t'lat "ihia will be the first entirely cultural event launched by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation unrelated 10 Federation's ongoing community wcifare activities." The Contemporary Jewish Affairs Lectureship is erdoweH t-y the Sam Blank and Family Foundation. "We are indebted to the Sam Blank and Fami'y Foundation for this inaugural program," Shochet declared. The lectureship is one of *<•<•<.-•>i activities undertaken here to mark the 25th anniversary ot trie louiuiing of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A capacity attendance is anticipated. Shochet said that "only a wellinformed Jewish community, a community inculcated with the Fewish cation itself: unity and solidar I ily." Dr. Baron is director of the Center of Jewish studies at Columbia University and professor emeritus of the Chair >f Jewish History. Literature and Institutions there. An Internationa iy-renowned student of Jewish culture and history. he is visiting professor at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and has held the position of visiting professor of history at the Hebrew Universltj of Jerusalem. He "ill be introduced by Mr Blank. Also on ihe program will be Harold Thurman. vice president ot Federation. The Austrian-born scholar holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Vienna and a rabbinical degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary there. In 1!)44. he was given the honorary degree <>f Doctor ot Hebrew Let ters from Hebrew Union College at Cincinnati. Last year. Dropsie College of Philadelphia granted him an honorary Doctor of Letters turer to the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York, and serves professor of history, librarian and director of the Department of Advanced Studies from 1927 to 1930. Thai year, he occupied the chair of Jewish History. Literature and Institutions on the Miller Foundation at Columbia University. In lfit;:i he was named professor emeritus. In addition. Dr. Baron has ligion. taught at the Graduate &*J] ..ewtshSociaMVoiko^^ Katisc-hcnbusch Lecturer Colgate-Rochester Divinity Ja He is a member and psitd or director oi aum, scholat f f animations. Among th "T5i 'he founder and president Jewish Cultural Reconstn and president ot the \ m Jewish Historical Society and 1955. he served as chai oi the Cultural Advisory tee of the Conference on j Material Claims Against Gtri He is the author 0 f numen works on Jewish history a:vt tradition, can aim enduring purposes of our sacred achieve the purposes of our Feddegree, and he received a similar degree from Rutgers University in 1963. From 1919 to 1926, Dr. Baron taught at the Judisches Paedagogium in Vienna. In 1926-27 he came twice as a visiting leeWise Award Winners Named By Special Report \v. Averell Harriman, Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, and Solomon N. Petchers. treasurer of the American Jewish Congress, have been named winners of the 1963 Stephen S. Wise Awards. The awards, engraved bronze medallions, will be presented at a dinner in New York on Sunday evening, Oct. 27. Shad Polier. chairman of the Nat'onal Governing Council of the Congress, will fn rve as dinner chairman. sented annually by the American Jewish Congress "to honor those men and women whose own qualities of moral courage, love o.' liberty, devotion to Judaism and service to their fellows are in the tradition of Stephen Wise." The award to Gov. Harriman will be given for advancing human freedom." He will be cited for "dedication to the cause of international peace and understanding." particularly as chief negotiator of the atomic test-ban treaty with the I SSR. Petchers will be honored "for exemplifying individual aehieveMAY m m A PP. TERMITES WORK ALL YEAR ca „P-l-^AROUND Named for the late Kabbi Stephment." The citation lists his serv-1 cn S. 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Pag* 1C B fj I***!** fl*-ri<4i**n Friday, October 25. loc< Dade County Salutes United Nations At Colorful Bayfront Park Program Traditional cake, commemorating Dr. Irving Lehrman's 20th anniversary as spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. is cut at the Diplomat Hotel where over 900 persons paid tribute to Dr. Lehrman on Saturday night. From left are honorary chairman. Samuel Friedland, and Mrs. Friedland; Dr. Lehrman and Mrs. Lehrman; Judge Irving Cypen, dinner chairman, and Mis. Cypen. Principal speakers were U.S. Sen. George Smothers and Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 900 Pay Tribute to Dr. Lehrman from President Kennedy to a :< %  about attending Sunday ( a kfasta (w young pnoile. tributes were paid Saturday to Pr Irving Lehrman's ae. omplisbments In 20 years as spirits, leader of Temple Emanu-El Over 900 community leaders and •era it Temple Emanu-El tdned in tne Dinner of Tribute .t the Diploma! Hotel's Beaux \rt< Ballroom, at which Pr Louis Finkelstein. Sen George A. Smathr>. and H.m.irary Chairman Sam •1 Friedland gave the principal {dresses Sen. Smathers told the audience that he had turned down a personal request from President Kennedy to represent the President before a dinner for Latin American diplomats in order to join in the tributes to Dr. Lehrman. President Kennedy's telegram of best wishes was read by Sen. Smathers. In his address. Sen Smathers IBM paid tribute to Pr. Lehrman > a man oi "wisdom, learning. argeness oi .-pint, boundless enr->. and i --< tial humanity In an across-the-board reference o civil rights today, thi Florida Senator declared that then are aland) more t'.ian 600 laagainst lascrimination and segregation on h' nation's books "Some pi tank ue : %  ••. ed more." he -. Pot.!-' ey would do any good, San, Smathers said tliat the way to meet the problem is "with purification of our personal thoughts ard the elevation understanding." Bigotry will be eliminated he said, "when we recognize the common heritage and the brotherhood of man. We need to have a positive respect for one another," he said. "We need to recognize and appreciate the characteristics which each national and ethnic group brines to this melting pot alloy which is the United States." In personal remarks. Pr. Finkelstein said that Pr. Lehrman is a genius" in the rabbinate, while humorously suggesting that the State of Israel might consider him to fulfill the vacancy m the Chief Rabbinate there. Pr. Finkelstein is chancellor of the Jewish Theocal Seminary of America. Dr. Lehrman responded by calling for a "rediscovery of the nation's great moral and spiritual value:. The Jewish trad.tion," he said, "has much to say about all the great moral issues confronting us—be they problems of war and peace or the issue of civil rights, human dignity, justice and freedom for all men regardless of race, color or creed." A choral tribute written b> Trixic Levin, with narration by George J. Talianofl and Hank Meyer, described the building and programaccomplished by Pr Lehrman in his two decades as spiritual leader. In the singing cast were Barbara Bessey. Beverly Green, Arlene Harris, Helen Kor ertky, David Levy. Benjamin Stone, Judy Smith and Marsha Tahanoff. with Hortense Ball at the piano. Joseph M. Rose and Harry Sir kin led the toast for Pr Lehrman. and Mrs. Alexander Kogan paid a special tribute to Mrs Lehrman. Judge Irving Cypen was dinner chairman and master : ceremonu Like—similar demonstrations, held throughout the I'mted States] his week. "United Nations Pay."; .reclaimed by President Kennedy, iovernor Bryant, Dade County Metro Commission and the various )ade municipalities, was to be •elebrated Thursday, 8 p.m.. in he Bayfront Part Bandshell in Miami. All Dade County chapters of the \.U \ and numerous other civic in.I fraternal organizationthat support the ideals, aim.and activities of the I'N "ere to particiParents Meet At Academy For three successive evenings >arents Of Students attending the [ebrew Academy of Greater Mi-mi met with members of the Engish and Hebrew faculty at the fall emester of "PTA Back to School Xight." according to an announcement by PTA pre.-ident. Mrs. Samuel Rosner. Nursery through second grade parents met on Monday: third through Sixth grade on Tuesday: junior high on Wednesday First part of the evenings was devoted to parent-teacher conftacencas and presentations of the Hebrew and English program of education for the year. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, stated A question and answer period •ollowed each presentation, and the room mother of each grade level chaired her individual class meetings, Mr.Leo Remhard. chairman ol room mothers reported. Following the programs a set together was held in the school's dining hall, where Rabbi (iro>discussed the aimand goals of the Hi brew Academy pate in this mass Uatuanstration to which the public is invited lWlh out charge. Gabriel Heatter, whose voice as a news analyst and comtientator is familiar to millions of Americans, and who now lives in Miami Beach, was to deliver a brief address on the important role the UN is playing H the maintenance of peace in the world. Mrs. Norwood Phelps, Ptoridi State president of the AAl \ to present the unit chapter t, the recenly-organized Miami Beach Branch of the AAIN. with Irv:n R Schindler, president. accepting the charter on bebalt of the branch. Folkways, customs and cultures of 12 foreign countries were to be depicted in 16 acts especially writ ten for this occasion, and to be performed by local residents. Col orful native costumes were to be worn by the performers who have been rehearsing their acts for several weeks. 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Page 6-B fm IcA nrrktinn Friday, October 25, 1963 Members ol the Moilia Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Toiah Congregation presented a unique proqram, The Jewish Home Beautiful depicting tha holidays, festivals, and Sabbetha of the Jewish calendar year. Left to rght oie Mesdames Jack Frank. Leo Kershner Channn Band, Bichard Sneider, Herbert Tietzer, Stanley Stein Jarrv Rieger. Joel Gottehrer, Irving Seidel, David Cohen, Adrian Kaufman, Rubin Patent. Samuel Leb. Front row :s Robert Leb. Biscayne Chapter Masquerade Ball Biscayin chapter of American Madical Cantor .. %  Denver will hold ite annual Mnllinnw Masquerade Ball on SaauBSB) .A*. inn'a' the Bancroit Hotel EnleiUiiii-.K".! will feature Napoleon K*".- l>mks. who will pru\ K.e BBBjfc lor daa cfegJud*> tor best and most ori:nai MMMMMI w II be Paul Bruun newspaper publisher Mrs Pa? PfMl tasinon coordinator and \incer.t DotiRla*. hair stylist. All monif raised w..i oe sent lo the km* ricaa Medical Center at Denver In charge of reservations 1* Mrs David Dial i IWV Joint Social Held Murray Mtnan PMI aM I %  liary. Jewish War Veterans 7 i ioint snciHl T.,.. .,,.,, (| lr % %  ** Mia>onaires 3737 Bin &< p gram cliairnian w.i\i rs '' '*' Cohen. Mrs. Jean K. iu i man ** r in charge ol rviroshm.mts. p. inert ol the Ajv.haiy s ^rs v* man -Levaae. Cnmaimi-r of fc poet is Jncfaaei Seheehn-r. Orthodox Scientists Meet A aeeaad orsamzitixr.al meein, I of the Miami Chapter of the 0r% dox Je.uh OeiMfa ts of Amtna\ was held at the Hebrew Acaden, or Tuesday ni-ht. :,-ordii!<. Rabbi Tibor H. Stem, coordij tor. Meeting began with a brief lecture on the Book of isaiakM snd literature from nn'-onal htjJ quarters was distributed Technion Plans N.Y. Conference This Weekend Plans move ahead for a membership brunch of Technion Women's Division on Nov. 8 headed by Preside.-.: Mrs. Philip F. Thau. The social will officially open the 1964 season of the American Technion Society's women's unit. Shown preparing invitation lists are .left to right' Mrs. Jay Dermer, hostess of the Nov. 8 affair Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, membership vice president, and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. life trustee vice president. MEET A PERFECTIONIST TSZJ IN THE CATERIN6 FIELD He is tfe oar? aae tf Ms lad. He a tfe dido's catena, M ** nafe a succass of ai9 Pvty.. %  a adda... a Bar MfcvM ...a buskess antoBg or a social k.xfeoa Hi a* sen* fro2G to 1 ."CO %  'W MS aria Una faad taoertry pmt^c i the tflido's newtjr decorated Cot en Room. He"! iTange for w*utever space >:. require. His rone is Mr. Tetcaaar. u --iitJEf?-K-S:-:ir't-s best function you e ewt; had! S %  %  %  %  • 1 \ ring thi % %  •• KM -• Statler-Hiltot -" %  lei > long tforts i he impact E %  %  %  [ studj %  _: %  I Research rechruon-lslast tuu td Pet in The conference is being held • w r die auspices of the Amer•. hoton Societ >ill be bj mart than 400 dele :•'. ~'.i par'..of the I' S the S ith Florida %  C hapter .;: the proceedings • Mr and Mr? I • r and M%  Thau, of .-• %  : KUBFBBBT cauias ivauc aaa nacat" •?:: nui your next affair tm\ z Miami Bead's Newest Lnxiry Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL Amibeiirii(iiBpl •t x 'irFm fo*r> KUM! Mti tuf^td I %  AB %  Mtanm anav %  c -xu ha J ;'~ cicio: of tr A Stunning 2400 Acre fountry Club Setting In Miami DORAL corair an .-eat Fir cwmfitit St+zZs. JK 2' %  Mi f tfe \ rrent tour spons it's Woi nil return to I time to ai \ '•. Spoiuon -. %  elude I I schools of ens I • official? %  | In the p; -' %  I I I %  \ act •-. skit ... .. rtiaikir Zeller i be guest spea) Jf*"7 Tne nitftiiirti e omplimml to your fae$i$—an imitation to have \vur function caiertd by Fonicinebleau experts ..--••' I 0* finest CKMBM, beierages and service MVtaJ / the world's most beautiful hotel, BANQUETS • WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS A'M arcuabi* Kcx\er during arA personalixd r*.~-. -.-.:.':•-c^ainf ct your he** %  Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion i You'll f.nd eaaag fe fatianai fe aaod • ^-' i! f your reeos •-' ="* Aloddin, SdaBnro Ruboiyot Rco*. oe'tfe" >.edd.rg or 0 = • -' ^ fe EVERGLADES ;•£. for 0 HAZEL AUISON **



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Friday. October 25. 1963 +JBWistincrXflan Page 5-3 mP 9 %  §i ^ %  tok : #' ^L^LBBW ^Ei3 1 m la 1 %  %  I 'M m ir* i Audience Will Decide Ending Of Rand Play At rehearsal of "The Night of Jan. 16," by Ayn Rand, to be presented by Temple Beth Sholom Thespians on the evenings oi Nov. 9 and 16 at the Temple Auditorium are (left to right) Marvin S. Pehr, Jill Arkin, Natalie Halpert and Harvey E. Kramer. Young Matrons Assess Success On Tuesday, Oct. 15. Mrs. Bone'en's Division in the coming camdiet Silverman, chairman of the paign."* Young Matrons Division of the ; combined Jewish Appeal, gave a luncheon at her Bay Heights home for area chairmen who had] revitalized the program with cof-' fees, teas, and luncheons in all parts of Dade County. At the meeting, an evaluation -as made of the first year's program of the organization, which na the dual purpose of educating younger women of the community in the work of Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal, and at i the same time contributing tund-i %  siting Mipport to the annual cam-; paign. "Next year's program in conunction v\ith the Women's Di-' ision of Combined Jewish Appeal i .MII not only be an expanded me." Mrs. silverman said, "but A, also look forward to many of ur young inatrons' taking an active part in the leadership and in programs of the overall WirniSomething new in theatricals will be the feature of the evenings! of Nov. 9 and 16 at the Temple' Beth Sholom Auditorium when the' Temple Thespians present "The Night of Jan. 16," by Ayn Rand. There have been plays before I with vague endings, but this is' the first one in which the audience takes an integral part in its development and conclusion. With Jill Arkin. who takes the: leading role, on trial for her life, the jury selected from the au-j dience is given the problem ofj deciding her guilt or innocence. As they enter the auditorium, patrons will leave their names at! the door as candidates for jury duty. Between the acts, the "jur-i crs" will be led off the stage to a small deliberation room. Each! act represents one day of the trial. Just before the ending of the third act, the jury will retire for the last time to render a verdict. Although legally a unanimous decision is required for a verdict, for the sake of dramatic brevity, a majority vote will be taken as decisive for this trial. Members of the cast in addition tc Jill Arkin, are Shirley Friedman, Dave Shclist, J. Bernard j Spector, HaYvey ""Kramer, Marvin S. Pehr, Curt Schmeltzer, Charlotte Vogal, Sam Slavin, Ted Dortch, Bunny Jaffe. Esther Commanday, Jack Shapiro, Ethel Wolk, Sam Rudt, Stanton Halpert, Natalie Halpert and Dorothy Frankfeld. Director is Leon I i ger, and chairman of the Th. pians is James Kropke. Tickets are available at t i Temple office, and proceeds go I the Sisterhood's Religious Sch Subsidy and Equipmeent Fun Mrs. Leo Levin is Sisterhood pi ident. Women's Council Slates Speaker B'nai B'rith Women's Council of Miami will hold a regular business meeting Monday evening at the University Bowl, 7101 SW 59th PI. Guest speaker will be Sigfried Dayan, executive director of the Retarded Children's Society of Dade County, in charge of the Robert T. Knight Training Center. 225 SW 2nd Ave. He will speak about the accomplishments and work being done for the retarded in this area. Chairman is Mrs. David Weisberg. Mrs. David J. Sachs is president of B'nai B'rith Women's Council of Miami. Games Party Wednesday Games and card party sponed jointly by North Shore Ladi Auxiliary and North Shore Pi 677. Jewish War Veterans, is slat for Wednesday evening at the Ml tcIl-Plaza Hotel. Leaders of t respective grops are Mrs. Sol Spi berg, president, and Ben Hal) man, post commander. %  I Adult Education Classes Rabbi Solomon Schiff has resumed the weekly schedule of t'i3 adult education program at C gregation Beth El. Classes me every Thursday at 8 p.m.. a-'.l subjects include Bible, Jew. I culture, literature, customs t traditions. If you like GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE KREPLACH You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Wear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by kmed Chef Boy ArDee. Tender •Me macaroni pies...filled with hp gy Italian Cheese...simmered *ith savory tomato sauce and •J'eesB...seasoned the real Halhn ay. So much tastier and •* sier tn an the frozen kind. So *"<* thriftier, too-costt only *out 15c per servingl MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE brings cheer and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand of coffee—Instant or Regular. This has been true for many, many, years. Because superior coffees and matchless blending give Maxwell House that "good-tothelast-drop" flavor—the most pleasing to the YiddishenTa'am! '*!* 1*1*1' /NSTANT MAXWELL 'HOUSE iXWELL HOUSE COFFER COFFgl NEW! KOSHERPARVE Certified by Rabbi Hersch Kohn (1 F FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS



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Friday, October 25. 19G3 **•"** nnrtrHftin LEGAL NOTICE Page 15P. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTK'K IS KBRBBY 01VEN that • %  undersigned, cleslMiiK lit engage in under 111" fictitious name of I ImllAI'ti AITS., ill lOl.i X I i sire' >Wa •< *t*nml ll>ii. • &f %  *utcnd tr register Mid name with th, ,. k ..f III,'lr uit Court HI H;i.|, rioriila. ABRAHAM BAMBT ANNIE SAMI:T ISai'h 'in'. livers, Helman, Kaplan Cataman pya for Applicant ii ftw. 1st St., Miami l l-'l-IS-J' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9044 UK WILLIAMSBl'RUH \ ;s II INK I'l ilntiff MK [, M ITES and VKI.MA MAYB8, Mis wife, ndnnt NOTICE OF SUIT 11 i.\. k I' Mai• %  and Velma .1. Mayea, lila wife, Residenci Cnknown and If remarried, their mi' known spouses, if living and If .bad, i inunknown helra, devls,.-. grantees, ssslgrnees, llenora, %  111 %  %  i.truatei or othi r %  latm%  -. claiming by, through, under ajca iimt any of the aboinamed defcndunta who an, i. i .ISl'll. Vmi are hereby notified that the aptloned a< tlon ha* been In i again*) you in tinI'll, nil if thri.'.nth Judicial Circuit rlda in ami for I ladCounty to a mortgage upon tinfollowr ilu i i. al pi n|i,-M\ : I..i. Block II. PINK TREK M \Nnit, SECTION THREE, a line I'l.it thereof, recorded in rial i Paid :-7 of tinPublic la ol i '.onCount]. RoTMs I ire requ red to file J our an. nlnlntiffa complaint with tin t the aforesaid Court, ami -irii .i copy thereof upon plalntlff'M i MARTIN PINK, Mth Floor, HVderal Building, .Miami 12, i not later than November Ith, %  i Dei • • Pi O Conlesso will i ntei .-ii against you. I 'A i I'D: Septembi r -'•:. IMS. I-:. I: LEATHERMAN i"lerk of tinCircuit Court Bj •" r II il'KI.AMi I-1 • 111 > Clerk IN PINE for Plaintiff H.i-!i-'.-.i, .,i B >2, Rorlda in l.ll-IH-2.'. menu BY HENRY LEONARD ( ii %  "The front rows are reserved for the pious and the humble." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICU UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVBN the undersigned, desiring to engag btialneaa miner the fletltloun mnn ALL STATES PI HLISJJINU ( -i i. Inc ) m inn \.i:. Miami Court, ami, Ha., intends to regl8ter name with the Clerk of the Cli Court of Dade County, Plorlda. JOSEPH (iREKNBKRU Soli i iwner MORRIS COHEN Attorney for Joseph Greenberg 10/11-18-2 that in of i not Mlsaiil %  cult II 1 CMS. •• O WH O %  *'* LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VnTicK is HI:I:I:IIY HIVEN thai %  • Kigm d, di Hiring to ngage In %  tn-iit a name of 'ii. s>.-t, ma of M .iini .it %  %  hi Road, Miami Beach In%  r said name with the i %  i '.i-iuit Court ..f I wdi .. IBM IN ni.i ICI< i i" nor in I! %  11 NOTICE UNDER %  ^ICT.riOUS NAME LAW CK IS HEREBY UIVKN th ll i il. airing in ngage In %  undi r the fictitious name of PIIIPPS REALTY at IMS I H lg Miami. (la.. Intends ler aald nun., u Ith th. I 'lei %  tin ill Court of Bade IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 10718 RI I M.IA A.MAI'.i MANTEL, Plaintiff, I s arsTAvo \ M wiii., I '• fnil.int NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO ill'STAVd .1 MAN I EL 8 Katon st< %  • i I'l • • idem i 1, Rha le Man I Yi.r. ul'BTAVO \ M WTil. present address, : %  > Katon Strei t. Provident • S, Rhode i1 n i. .. %  •-... ilr< .i to file jntur answer t-. tin Comnlalnl for ||iv..i... with the ci.-ik of the above iiini. and serve .1 copy thereof Mpnn UiNn P, *NEfRETTI, Aiti-i i. > :I|IIII Congress Hulkling, ill N E, 2nd v i • II Mi. inn. I-" 1 da, on before I hi 13th da) of Xavt iibei Its I, or • • %  romplahal will hi taken .ii onfeased. Dated this ith il ber, i(| K B LEA THERM \ \ i "hi k of t Ii, i 'n.-iiit i 'owl Miami, li.nl, rount> Plot Ida i -.-.ill K M IVM \\ Deput) Clerk in Il-IK-S.'i, ll 'I i ounty, II VNKI.IN •HII'PS iw II. in |.ii IN THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE IN RE Estate ..f No. CI005.A I;I SE Itl.vi.i.i i also knoe n as ROSE ul.SII \K, .i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors nml Ml Persons Having Claims ii l •< ni iAgaiusl Said NOTICE UNDER l:>l %  •' PiCT.TIOUS NAME LAW v "" •'' %  •'• %  '• tilled and re1 is HEREBY >ilVKN thai '" l, ,IT • • claims and denned, desiring to engagi in '"antls which you .a have against under the fictitious name of I ln ""•' ""''' %  IALIJI, also KII .it I IT.; N.W 27th We-1 known -i* ROSK OI.SHAK dei 1 I '-'.'. Florida, intend lofl"*' "' Kings County, New Ymk, to • -I name with the Clerk ,.t "'• %  Countj Judges "f Hade County, Court of Bade Count) I ami file the same In duplicate and as I provided In Section iSS.l, Plorlda I Stattitea, In ihehoffiaes In tinCouni \ • tun lliousi i'i, Countj. RIM n i s n a \ calendar months from Ihe lime of il In -t public Ulon hi n of, or Ihe Minnill be barred l ii Mia ni Plot i'l.i, thia 1 Ith daj ol i '• Li.11. A i %  • %  KYLVI \ I1KRCCN V A %  .; Admlnlati gtrlx I i publii ^ii • n the IMh da> of i lotoln r, l3. l-ltEIMCIUCK V.Y MI.-I n. \ for S's h l '• m, Ai ,*ill ir> Admin atiu \ ..ii I.,iu i.In Road ll l-s INZ WBLLISCH EVA VYELLISCH %  i I.I.ISCH Helm and Eva W'elllsch HI i-ii-is.2:, NOTICE UNDER •i aid i • nd i" reglsi %  • lh, Clerk of the Cli 1 "univ |.'i.,ri,l-i. C.K i KENCHEK 11 UP v I'l LDMAN I 'ai inera 1" I-1I-1S-L'-. ,•* CIRCUIT COURT OF THE M JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF DA. IN AND FOR DADE %  -0UNTY. IN CHANCERY No. UC 9479 %  \ INHS BANK OP '"} •'! NEW YORK w '1 HELL, et UK, et al. -..Illl NOTICE OF SUIT %  ni Mi rchanu .National K'wpo t \. ,vs, Virginia hereb) notified that the •ntloned .,,,,,,„ i,,,. i„.,. n | 0 •' aauiiist >,,„ |„ the Circuit ;' ihe I.I,,, ul Judicial Circuit '" ami for n County t" mortgage upon the follow, nh.il real pro pert) fttViiB !! l '"' k -' %  SCOTT 1.AKK ','i S Ef !" ?N RJIUL accord. "if 1 int thereof, recorded In "W* to ai I..U-. ,;• %  of tinPuboroa ol Dado County, Plorlda. I ;i • r %  %  -. -1 to rile your unPlalntlfl s rnninlaliit with th. i inaforesaid Court. u'w. ; ',';""' "I"" 1 I'lalnlilfs x IIN ri.vi-:. mi, KI,,,.,-. ''•'' %  %  'I Rullding. Miami S2 'not later than November Mh. i -, •'.'' •' Pro Confi aao will .. '. agali -t ,,,„. '" '.' October I. It2 I'IH,-L ''EATHERMAN '" \b "' Circuit Court ''> ,' i COPBLANU IIN n !.';•""> %  '<-rk I Plaintiff M Lll-|g-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. £3C 10748 I S OU3ASON, JR., as Adminisirai.r ..I Veterans AJ fa Irs, an Offlc-ei of the l"iilt,-,l Slates ol Am, ri. ,i, an.I hli Bueoessora in such ofltce, and in-' tii-ir assigns, Plaint iff. VS. MADK1JNE A. PERRONE, a single woman, • t ai, 1 i,f, nilanls. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: M.VPELINE A. PERRO' fendanta, \\ h .reslHi ncey are unknown. TOP AIM: HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit li.is been brojughl againal you b) J. S (IUSASON, .11!.. aAdminis• f \'. t. runs vtt'.H%  -. .i :i i ifflcer "f Ihe I'nited Btates of America, and his -ini i s-"t -.%  In -mh Office, ami his "t their assigns, i" lorecloae a mortgage encumbering the following dearth 'l propel i \, to-wlt: I.-: 22, in I Hock I. ..f WINDWARD ESTATES, SECTION ONE, according in ihplat thereof, arecorded in I'lai Bonk AS, at |iage 11-. of the public t'liHiis -f Dado County ( Plorlda; and i"ii are required to file your anawer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Rorlda, at the Courthouse In Miami. Rorlda, on or before November 12, I9A3, and to serve a Clip) "i such answer upon I'laltulffs attorm v -. MYERS. HE1M IN, KAPLAN ,v CATSMAN. whose address is Eleven Plfty Building, 1150 B.W. First Street, Miami .iii, Plorlda, on or before said date, .is required by thlaws of Plorlda, If i-ii fail to do so, the complaint will be taken as confessed by you ami a Decree Pro Conlesso will h, entered ngalnal you for the relief di-munded In rh • complaint. DATED this 7th day -t October, i: 11 LEATHERMAN Clerk of tinClroull court I lade Count) Rorlda •-.ah Bv: c P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk M)'l r-, IL llnan, Kaplan ,v Calsinan in,-veil itBuilding 0 W Kh-t Str.-t .' :•Rorkla in.11 II I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C I0<144 THE "\ 11 l.l.\M~CI I. I SA \ INOS BANK, Plaintiff, \ s. I" iMENICO NIC '..sle man. Defehdant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Domenlco Klcatro, a alngle man 106 I'ow -r Ind I %  awturket, Rhode island Fou are hsevkiy nonlfled that the above captloned action has i n instituted against \",i In the Circuit I'ourt of the Kleventh Judicial CHr. uit of Plorlda in and for Dade County to forecl ose a mortgage upon the follow-iiii; ilesrrllMil seal nroperly: I>,t it, Hloi-k .1 CuKAI. PARK B8TATKS. SDCTION J a.. linn to Ihe Plat thereof, recorded In Pint Book OS at Pag* H of the Public Records of Dade County, Plorlda. You gre required to file your anBWer to plaintiff ,,ii l'laint wilh the Clerk of thafouesaid Court, and serve a cop) Iheieof upon pldlntlfTa attorney MARTIN PIKE, mh Roor, i di Pedi i .il Building, Mim Florida, not later than November K. r a Decree Pro Conlesso will be entered naja Inal i ou. H VTED: ii.toh. r 10, IMS i: i: LEATHERMAN Clerk of the I I II t (seal) By! K M I I MAN It, put) 'let k MARTIN PINE Attorney for Plaintiff Mid Ploor Dade Pe I, Bldg, .Miami 82, Plorid I I8-2S, 11 1-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITU *E IS HEREBY f!I\"EN thai tin un Ii algm d, deslrina -• uIn nder the flcl ii Ions name of ESI'I Bid IK i IR Mil-: I"' I. ni inj N W. IWrd Mr, • i. Miami, Plorlda Intend to regi> ter snld IIH me wil h the %  1. i k of iin Circuit Courf of I'.olCounty, Ida. IRVINi: I'' illitis • mi Half Inlet • -• I:SII:I; \\z\ TORRIS ( ni. -Half Inter, -t A VRON \1. K tNNKH I1." Seem 1) Ti usl I lids;. si .urn 22, Rorlda 10/23 ll 1-8-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57435 C IN RE: Estate of ALBERTUOLDNER Deci aed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL D SCHARGE NOTICE ihereb) given that I have filed my Final Report and Petition tot Distribution and Plnal DIs. hsrue as Ailininisiraiiix ,,f Ihe estate of HLI.I.UTHiil DNER, doceosed: ami that op the Iflth day of Norembi r, IMS, will apph' I-, thHonosgbie County ft li.ole County, rloeida, for approval -t said l Inal Reporl ami for distribution and final dlsshangi as Administratrix -if the -stale of the ibo e-ni i decetlenl This nth day ..I AuglH t. 1(63 8ADELLP ciH.l i.NER CAIDIN A ROTHENBURC \ Iini n-\ Iii %  Blsca) nBull) I \\ Ilugh r St., .Miami. Fla 10, 11-18-25, II, 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10779 THE PROVIDENT INSTITl'TION POR SAVINGS IN JERSEY CITY, a corporation dul) chartered under tin law..r th, state of New Jersi \. Plaintiff, \ CHARLES i: JI'KTICE ami NORM \ M JCS1 ICE, his wife, 1 lefendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLES K JCSTICR and NORMA M IISTICI-:, hiwife • i Residence Cnknown) YOU AND BACH nifor are hereby notified that .i Complaint .,. Eon • •• certain mortgage on the following described pr rty, to-wlt: Lot 5, Block I, PAIRLAWN ESTATE8, or.liiiK to the Plat tin roof, as recorded In Plat Book 'iS at Page II. of the Public Records of Dade County, Rorlda, %  ,s I n dul) riled against you and you are required to serve a copy of your Answ-r or Pleading to the Complaint on Plaint If Ps attorney, MALCOLM ll. PRIEDMAN, 24S Security Trust Building, Miami rj. Plorlda, ami filthe original Answer or Pleading in ih. Office of the Clerk ,,f ihe < ireiin Com t. i %  hefore the 12th flay of November, l63. If you fail 'o ii,. BO, judgment by default will be taken against you for the n li. f demanded in the Complaint. Thi. notice shall be published once each week 'or four 11) consei utlve weeks in THE lf-:\\ISII Kl.i Htll i| w lii'NK \M. ORDERED it M ami, Florida, this 7th da) of October A.D., iii.-: E II LEATHERMAN, Cli rl; Clrrull Court, Dade County, Rorlda %  •ah B) : K M LYMAN I >puty Clerk i" I1-1S-2 5, li l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57846-A IN RE: Estate of MARY M OBENLAND Deci sae I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T. All Creditors and All Per-,, s Having claims or Demands Against Sa >i Estati You a %  heri by notified nnd re• iiiir-il t" |. esenl nn> t laims and di %  Miamiwhich you may have against Un esti i MARY M OBENLAND ih ceased lati of Ds le t 'ount\. Plorlda, to I Com Judges of Dade County, a.nl file the mime in duplicate nnd .ii'i-iii, .I in Sect Ion ; 13.1ft, Ploi Ida Statuti a, in lheir nffl 'In ihCount) Courthouse in li.nl. County, Florida, within HIX calendar months from the 1 1 me of the first pub hi n %  ." the aame ill be bai I.-.I. Dated at Miami, Plorlda, this nli da) of i ictoher, A 11 ISftl HAN Pi IRD M SWERDI IN, .it. -iii.ut Agi n for i '\ l: i. A. OBENL VND. Vdministiator, C T. A. l-ir-t publication of this notice on the nth day ol i ictobi r, IMS 10 ll -is--.":,, 11 i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE IN RE: Estati of No. 6~8?2B JAMES I. II U.I.ATZ Deceaseil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors nnd All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to p -' nt .mi claims and demands which you may have agnlnsl state of I \Ml-:s ,|. ri n.i. \;y. deceased late "i Dade Countv, Plorlda, to the County Judgea of Dade County, and rile the same In duplicate nd is provided in Section 73S l* R 'a siatut-s. in their officeg in the Count) Courthouse in I>ade Countj Kim Ida, v. nli i. -i\ calendar months from the time of the flrsi puhl hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Rorlda, this
%  for Plaintiff in. 11-18-25, 11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57261-C IN RE: Estate of MARIE GORDON Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO UAK £ APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTiO AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereb) given that I ha filed my Rnal Report ami Petition f Distribution ami Hnal Discharge I Executrix of the estate of MAIM : (TORDoN, ii used: and that on tl Tin da) of November, 1963, will app to the Honorable County Judges t Dade County, Plorlda, for appru\al t sniil I-'inal Kepi.it ami for dlstributi. and final discharge as Executrix ih. • Mate of tinabove-named di dent, Tills Kth iav of sept, IMS, BBRNICE JOACHIM ROBERT ll. ll: VCRIG Attorney 113.1 dul'onl Building Miami .::', Florida 10 : i -18-25, ii IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA IN PROBATE Na. 54985-C IN HE: Estate of tlERTRCDR SMOLEN a 1; a IERTRl'1 IE SMI ILENSKY Hec-as, .1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTiO AND FINAL D.SCHARGE Nl 'in "E .hi -h> -i\. it thai I hai filed my Plnal lt. ; ...ii ami Petition fDisi ibutlon and Rnal Discharge • Inistratoi of the estate ..f QEI 'llll'lii: SMOLEN a k a UERTRU1) S'AlOLENSKY, il-, .a.-,-.1: and that ih, i.'th da) of November, IMS, will appl) to the Honorable County Judgi ol Dade County, Plorlda, for approv '•: -.n.i Plnal Reporl and for dlatrttn tlon and final discharge as Admlnl tlat.ilOf the estate of the al...\ named decedent. This 3rd da) i Ictoher, I9SS. HAROLD MANN HARl ILD MANN ARONOVITZ, SILVER ,v SCHER Attorm ) s Bin Ainsle) Building Miami 38, Pi," Ida l" 11-18-25, ll I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEN that Mie undersigned, Meslrlng to engage in I'i'-iii-.— under the n.-titi.,iis name ,,r \Mi:i:ic IN ] %  • ..MI: REMODELING ,i WSJ Alton Road. Mian,, Beach. Rorma. Intends to register said with the ci-rk ,,f th.Circuit ol l>Mile Colltltv, floii.la HAROLD CHESKY ESKEN A EHHEN Attorn, > for Applicant ISM Seroold Bldg. .Miami 32, R|oi Ida 1" 11-18-25, II 1 na me i "in t IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56856 C IN RE: Estate of BENJAMIN BBNZMAN I'. I .a,1. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO": AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is h.-.-ehy given that I ha filed my Rnal Reporl and Petition f Distribution ami Hnal Discharge : ix of the estati ol Bi n lam i.-.i ted: ami thai on tl lib da) of November, 1963, will app to th.Honorable Countv Judge* Dade County, Rorlda, for nppro\ ol -,i|.I Rnal Ri |..-rt ami for ill-lt il. %  %  n and final .u, hai ge as Exi i un of ih, estate oi the above-named •! cedenl Tins 2nd day of i ictobi i 19 JENNY SP1RA BENZMAN ELI vs SHUKN Attorney for Executrix -' w • si Ragler Street Miami 32, Plorlda • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ifl rTEREBT GIVEN th i the undersigned, desiring to engage In -in.-under th, tietltieua name HuNis KONG TAILORH at 112 I i-iaeier si., is Lorraine Arr-ade, M ami, l-"ia.. Intends to register sn i ..mo M Ith the Clerk of the ClrCI i'ourt ,.f Dade County, Rorlda DON IVKRSON 10/18-25, 11/1; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE K4 HEREBY UIVEN lhal the undereigned, deslrina t.i engage in business under the fictitious name of THE siNsiilNl-: COMMITTEE al I Noi-ihw. si Mih St-e, t. Miami, l-'i.n-lila Intend lo register the said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of i milCounty, Plorki %  Dated al Miami, Plorlda, II day of October, 1963, :i.i IRI \ \l mil \ia ITHEM il Southwest iS W, -I Miami, Plorlda .\l VRTHA .1. \riiv H Ens) 13th Sir. el ilial. ah, Pl..i Ida 10 11-18-25, ll. 1 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LETTERS „ Reproduced on Bond Paper WHIIE Y00 WAIT ) Cash & Carry BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS Serving Miami Since 1946 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 14815



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Page B-A *Jenist fkridfionn H C : [ %  1 ) a r 2 c I I Adenauer By MAX LERNER London. The old men ai trom the Europ?an heights; tirs' Adenauer, soon HacmtDan 10m 'ic hate. Only ni f.icn an. Idol dc Guaile seems to possess the secret of perpetual oower. ; lef s exit trom the stai h policj ma ks the end >i an era I r Germany and in seme ways lor Europe. He I mud a policy axis with Dulles, but could not g. along with a Kennedy America; In despised the British, as they in turn feared and hated him; he was %  cMnMnl toward the Russians and their Baal German puppet regime; only toward the Freneh. frcm Robert Schumann to de Gaulle, -id 'ic maintain a consistent fricrdiy altitude. From this angle of vision the Adenauer p IK> lies in ruinThe Erhard-Schroedcr team will not fight Kennedy as did Alcnau.r Kr hard, with a belief in a market ecoMomy. wll be closer to the Brit ish and will not forever play de Gaulle's game in the European economy. The Franco-Germar treaty, which Adenauer signed with such pomp, remains a piece of parchment. As for the Ru-sians. Adenauer now believes that their twin di ficultte-. with Ui.na and with too makes them ready for real political concessions to the Wot. especiali.v on Berlir: and he is dismayed that nei her Ketmrdy nor Erhard will insist on such political concessiots bifore changing the trade policies (oward Russia. • • • In short, it looks as if no'hing the "Old Man" did has lasted, and that his vaulted constructions were built on said. Yet I don't think that this will be the verdict of history. A. enauer took a Germany which had been a lawless monster, the murderer ol millions, and brought it back tolerably into the lam ly of nations. It was under him that the Gentian economy revived, that a new constitution and political .system in-gan to move toward democracy and that Bonn, while not recogn zing Israel formed a good working rela tionship with it. True, he has been a testy, cranky, cantankerous, dictatorial, outrageously sell-centered old curmudgeon. But consider that his young friend de Gi-ulle. who recently has overshadowecd him. is not exactly a pastel-shaded orchid himself; yet no one would deny de Gaulle a ureat place in the history of (he past quarter-century. To get a man s achievement straight, you have to draw a lir.e between his unlovely and unlovable personal traits and his lasting actions. You must also draw a line, especially in Adenauer's case, between his own record and the record of his people. I say this as one who has long opposed Adenauer and attacked a I number of his specific policies I find myself much more sympathetic: to a man like Willy Brandt, whom Adenauer abused balefully in the) last campaign. Yet Brandt told me two years ago that while the* Social Democrats could have shaped at least as good a foreign and dome-tic policy as Adenauer, they could not have carried the military leaders along with them in the task of reconstruction. Only Adenauer, as a conservative, could do that. • • • There is also • generous appraisal of Adenauer by Herbert Wehner, the intellectual leader of the Social Democrats, in a long interview in Der Spiegel. Wehner say; Adenauer discarded the party systems not only of the Nazis but of the Weimar era and did away "with their narrow and ideological party bases. What he did was to build a new kind of cross-section party which brought in workers and larmers as well as ;he middle-classes and the industrialists. If Adenauer continues to be stubborn and exasperating, even in hiexit, it iworth recalling that-whatever his mistakes-he was not a German nationalist but a European, that as the head of a conservative party he nevertheless accepted social welfare programs and that, while he was an autocra he worked within a frame of political democracy. That may be why. as one observer has put it, "Bonn is not Weimar" and why there is little prospect of another political collapse in Germany and another Hitler. Ecumenical Denies Statement Ready Continued on Page 6-A >tribut "ii. th "i'' i" the -,i %  ;! the declar: on cont following 1. Th Church owes its origins t? Judj'sm, witS which it sha>cs ihe he-itage of th Old Testament; 2. ROHM Cathol'cs should never forcet that Jesus was a Jew an J his K-nvly ? r d th? a-r.t'es were Jews; 3. The guilt for the death o' Jeius fat's more properly on all humanity than en Jews; 4. The Church disapproves of the anti-Semitism of the past and cf the present. It has an abidir-< affection for the Jews, and takes the strongest possible view of those who have hatred and contempt for them, or persecute them. The report in the American press emphasized that as of now. it was >till not ceitain whether the declarition will be 'i. i ated at the current session ol the Council, schedtied to close he ore Christmas i". ill likelihoo I. it wi 1 !"• d scus* at the resumi d session to ho ext spring, it was reported The report emphasized that the declaration would establish once ,'t"l lor all that the Cathol'c .'hurch officially disassociates itelf from tinage-old charges ol Ic-icide le eled againsl the Jewish people. A preliminary strp to .'aid removal Irom the Roman Catholic ht.iruy of references apt io be offensive to .lews was taken by the late Tope John Will in March. 1950 He ordered the de.ttin-.: from thr Good Friday prayrs of the phra-e "perfidis Judacis" in an a icienl text, referring u the crucifiers of Christ and continuing "Oremus pro perfidis .in daeis." or "Let us pray tor the perfidious Jews." The Pope's order was implemented by the Sacred Congregation of RiteBroward Zionists Hear Report Broward Zionist District held a meeting at Temple Sinai Tuesday evening. Delegates reported on the Zionist Organization of America con\ention hell in Israel last summer, according to S. Joe Perry, president. Speakers included Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai, and Jacob Harrison, secretary and former pre-ident of the Miami Zionist District. British MP Says Russians ignore Sufferings of the Jews i. \DON — (JTA) — Richard Lai m< mber ol the IJnu-h Parliament, reporting on a recent visit to ;he Soviet Union, charged here that "the suffer i i thi • VS of Kiev" riuring the Nazi occupation "have tpunged from K'is-ian hisas a topic which causes too much discomfort an I arouses too much suppre-.-cd emotion." In a broadcast over the BBC. the member of the House of Commons said that he had wanted to visit Babi Yar. the gully outside of Kiev where the Nazis slaughtered more than 75.000 Jewi-h men, women and children in one of the worst massacres of Russian Jews. He said that when he talked to his Russian hosts in Kiev, he had a-ked whether the Jews of Kiev had not suffered particularly at the hards of the Nazis. He said they replied with anger that the Jew of Russia were no different irom anyone else. His temper rising, Crossman imported, he asked "then why art they the only people who have to put their religion on their identify papers?" The reply was that "this does not make them any different. They have their own republic in Siberia and are represented on the Soviet Council of Ministers, so they are not different from the Georgians or anyone else." Crossman said he retorted that there was a difference, since the Georgia province was "the homeland of the Georgians while the lews do not want to live in that confounded republic." His hosts commented, ••well, that's their own fault." By then, said the MP. he realized that the sufferings of the Russian Jews had been expunged from Russian history. Going over the script of "The Night of Ian. 16," by Ayn Rar.ci to be presented by Temple Beth Sholom TheFpians on the evenings of Nov. 9 and lb under the auspices of the Te~3les Sisterhood in the Temple Auditorium are seated He!; to "c v Jack Shapiro and Stanton Ha:pert. Standing (left to i ihtlaw Sam Rudt, David Shelist and Ted Dortch. Eye Men Hear Speakers Dr. Paul R Kcssler ol i H president 'i the Florida Opl metric Assn., addressed mem hers ol tile Dade County OptO metric Assn. on Sundaj athe highlight ol an all-day 'Targel For Today meeting at the Ever glades Hotel. Accor 'ing to Dr Arthur Hclf man. president of the Da le group hosting the conference, visiting specialists trom other partof the state also appeared id sessions m to :. p.m. other scheduled spi Dr. Robert L. Undertx ; "Pra* tice Management:'' Dr Howard I'. Winton. "Industrial Vision;" Dr. William I. Harman. Social and Health t are lends;'' and Dr Charles II Parham, • Public Information." YOU CAN SELL ANY STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS YOU HOLD depending on face amount and maturity date, we offer 92 to V7**> of the appreciated value BRAGER & CO. 54 WALL ST. NEW YORK NY. I wish to sell State of Israel Bonds. Please send details. Name Address City A st.ite MAIL COUPON OR TELEPHONE MR. 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Page 12-A vjewist fkiAMkWJ Friday. October 23, 1%3 JVS Marks Fifth Anniversary Here ) Fifth anniversary of the Jewish chairmanship of Sidney Efron-on Vocational Service was celebrated was announced. Plans were also last-week at a party <*-the JVS^BrtwIatod far JVS Youth Groan Sheltered Workshop. 5252 NW 2nd Guidance Programs to be conducAve. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. ted for teen-age and young adults president of the agency, conducted at Greater Miami Temples, Y.\| the program. i^.J^f^ nd ,hrou B "ni Participating were the first pres-! Celebrating the fifth anniversary party of Jewish Vocational Service are (left to right) Sam Luby Jr., vice president; Sam J. Heiman, honorary president; Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, president; Lloyd L. Ruskin. first JVS president; Mrs. Gerald Soltz, vice president; Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, secretary; Stuart Rothchild, treasurer; Charles Hertzoff. vice president. Not shown is Herbert P. Blumberg, also a vice president. Gromyko Flays Critics of Soviet Policy Continued from Page 1-A 17 yean ago, I tee your Jew'sh spiritual leaders grasp the dead hand of Adenauer and his revar.chist and Hitler's ex-genera.s and judges in a bitter end struggle that can only lead to the annihiltaion of the Jewish people everywhere together with the human race. How shocking. What an ugly role to play at this time. Why do they do this when they know their statements about Jewry in the USSR are packed with lies? In the Ten j Commandments it says, I be' lieve, 'thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.' How spiritual can a man be who poisons the minds of his worshipers with lies?" Menshikov. according to Terman. asked why the Jewish spin lual leaders do not quote a statement on the Jewish question, "given at great length" by Russia's Prime Minister Nikita Khrushchev last March. The former Ambassador also asked why the Jewish leaders do not mention the naming of a Jew, Yenyamin Dymshits. as vice chairman of the USSR Council oi Ministers and chairman Of the USSR'S Economic Council, which, he said, "is one of the three highest positions in dur country." (Both of these developments had been reported by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.) Terman reported that he had also asked the Soviet diplomats why Mr. Khrushchev does not reply to the statements about antiJewish persecutions made by Jew ish leaders. The Chicagoan replies on that subject to Lord Bertrand Russel, instead of to Jewish leaders, because "in short, he doesn't trust people noted for their hostility to the Soviet Union, no matter what their religion or faith." Discussing the Gromyko-Menshikov statement*, Mr. Fishbein declared editorially: "Despite the turmoil that has raged about this controversy during the past decade, the Soviets either will not or can not comprehend our concern. They continue to fall back on the hack-worn constitutional guarantee against anti-Semitism as if that in itself should resolve the entire problem for us. Against those Jews who disagree —which includes 99 and 9 10 percent—they hurl the charge of 'war monger,' 'cold war warrior,' 'anti-Sovieteer.' Th : s is supposed to silence worldwide public opinion that has been protesting the steady deterioration of Jewish life in the Soviet Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI a. DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Reltiious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools A Private Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Union ever since the closing days of the Stalin terror. "What the Soviet authorities do not seem to be willing to lace i< the special discrimination meted .out to the Jewish minority. Why, | for example, after all these years, %  was it necessary to eliminate the baking oi matzo? Or why should the Baptists and other religious groups be permitted to print their Bibles while the same right is denied to Jews? We can testily that. wherever we went in the Soviet Union. Jews asked us for Hebrew calendars. They have all kinds oi printing presses in that country. How much would it take to print up 100,000 of these, so that religious Jews can know when to say Yizkor?" Reverend I. Kuttler Certified Mohel Ritual Cll After 6 Circumcision V.'l 7-3326 dent of the agency kin. and the honorary president who helped foind JVS, Sam J. Heiman. A musical presentation and poem narrating the history of JVS. Awards were presented to Dr. Michael Goodman, JVS executive I,rector, and to members -of the agency staff. Announcement was made of a Dec. 12 luncheon to which industrialists of Dade County will be invited to learn more about the work of the JVS Sheltered Workshop. They will be told about the commercial subcontract work of the agency and also the JVS role in job placement both of the handicapped and of the special worker in the community. It was announced that over 600 people have benefited from the program in five years by earning salaries totaling some $150,000. During this period, the agency placed over 700 people in competitive industry, including 450 handicapped. Formation of a Speakers Bureau to tell the story of JVS to com munity organizations under the GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open (very Toy • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 B'rith youth organizationloydL. lus-l JVS is a member agent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Halloween Dance Saturday B'nai B'rith Social Singles % %  .m give a Halloween dance n Saturday evening at the E-ilmoral Hotel. Invited are single adults 35 years of age and ox THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, He. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturday* MS Group Will Meet Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association will meet Sa-uruay evening at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Guest speaker will be Dr. Joseph Basso. AMERICAN ISRAELI < RELIGIOUS STORE : ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartz 'VcbMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM I iUliJi "Tie Ctnwiery Tim Looks L.kA Ci'den" 0MMT ,1,Ut TU 5-1689 V-^ordon j-unerctl


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Friday. October 25. 1963 Mgrtgftlfcrftfay? Page 9-B D IPLOMAT Hotel was the set Ifcig for 'temple EmaiuiEI's dinner <>f tribuic honoring Rabbi Irvin? Lehrman's twentieth anniversary. l-"f the honorary ehairman Li the evening, Mrs. Samuel i i! ire i floor-length i I black chantilly lace i .. \hing stole was over an riite satin and reembroidvith black sequins. Irving c"; pen, whose bus. chairman for the even< < •• d an embossed gold li full-length ;oun with a raj coat. itanch it cuffs. Wile Ten:; < president, Mrs, i -r ;i floorSow i ack si k crepe sheath skin and a tilted v hich v as encrusted quin> aquan chantilly lace wa b y Mrs. Lewis I : tted bodice ".i'h >ld seal hi ad %  %  HI m embroiderail. A gold dc soie • -. mble was the 1 1 -I Sol Halpern. lulRS. B.n Essen's floor-length ormal .,, brocaded in C red and gold Her shoes ndbag -re of hand-em red gold cavier beads, recent 11 boughi while the Bssens en m Hong Kong. White satin u.'.h a cut velvet floral de-, an coral was the (l1 '" "I Mrs Martin Smith. "• 'I b dice featured a de• neckline. Mrs. Milton gold chiffon was handgold cavier and %  iglc bea Ii" lie celebrating their versary, Mrs. Nath i i tei ded the dinearing a black silk faille chantill} lace bodice. Her lencon lace jacket was '" : champagne-colored satin. '" and shades of greens '! into an abstract print on "< %  chiffon jour. orn bv Mrs Dunsky. Her V-neckline '•'"l" m a deep green satin bow in .Mack knit sheath worn bv Mrs. Milton Sirkin was one she recently made. An aqua floral prinl on white was worn by Mrs Leo Hrandeis Mrs Ann Hir,chman's black L -heath featured a diagonal ln ln ert in the bodice which I %  • •;'Over a deep rose satin. Mrs., %  MttM Washton chose a black ^.fh.n 1(h a bouffant skirt and i SftS u bodlcp A r y al w sheath was the choice of h.?' K Hank0 'fMatching L h| r butterflies were embroidered on the gown with cavier beads. Green gold and champagne were the colors in Mrs Maurice Furman's dinner ensemble. Her hip length jacket featured a narrow rolled collar A chiffon print in shocking pink and mint green was worn bv Mrs Terry Sponder. Emerald green satin detailed her waistline. IUIRS. Gabrielle N'a-h had made her gown of peau de soie and Chiffon. It took her five weeks to hand embroider the beading on the front of the sheath. Double panniers of chiffon floated down the back to the hemline. A white satin dinner ensemble was chosen by Mrs. Joseph Levey. The bodice was of alencon lace delicately detailed with seed pearls, and her fitted jacket featured a white mink collar. Mrjs. Milton Blum's floor length skirt was in black satin and followed a modified "A" line silhouette. Her white satin overblouse was sleeveless, had a semi-scooped neck, and was banded across the hipline in silver-lined bugle beads and pearls. A champagne-colored peau de soie ensemble was the choice of Mrs. Raymond Rubin. Both her heath and coat featured a band of gold cavier beads around the high rounded necklines. Mrs. Dudley Brodie wore a lloor-length gown of red satin. Her coat featured fabric brought back from China by her husband in Royal blue silk with multi-colored embroidered dragons. Mrs. Helen Sparber's tea rose colored peau de soie had its own matching theatre coat. Satin-lined bugle beads were used at the hemline and neckline to embroider a "dragon's tooth' 1 pattern. Gold chiffon was worn by Mrs. Harry Levey. Her fitted bodice was heavily encrusted with cavier beads and drop crystals to form a Cleopatra-inspired bib. MISS AUCIA tlNHORN Cardiac Hospital Will Benefit A popular band will furnish the music at the Flamingo and South Dade Chapters of National Cb.ilmen's Cardiac Hospital barbecue dinner and square dance slated for Saturday, at the (' Bar S Ranch. 0801 SVV 120th Ave. Funds realized from the affair are earmarked for modern equipment for the new National Cnili clren's Cardiac Hospital at 1475 NW 12th Ave. I Chairing the evening are Mrs. Jack I'assolf and Mrs. Ben Cowan. Alicia Einhorn Is Sweet Sixteen Miss Alicia Einhorn entertained TO -nests at a Sweet Sixteen party at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday, i> giene, to be followed by a B.S. degree in science and education. Her hobbies are oil painting, sketching, hair styling, and various sports. T mm MR. AND MRS. HYMAN CNERfUD New Arrivals In Greater Miami First child, Randi Beth Berger, was born Sept. 21 in New Orleans to the former Ruth Gratz and Richard Berger. Dr. and Mrs. Max (Bertha) Gratz. of Miami Beach, spent several weeks in New Orleans getting acquainted with their third grandchild. David Jonathan, born Oct 1 to .Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gold, of Coral Gables. He joins two sisters and a brother. Wendy, Gail and Michael. All are the grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cold and Mrs. Annie Sternberg, Miami Bcaehites. • .:. • First child. John Hess, was born Sept. 2:1 to Mr and Mrs. Edward Rudnick, who will celebrate his arrival with a party on Oct. 27 at their home. 9040 SVV 56!h Ter. New mother, the former Lmuse Hess, is a member Of the Dade County School system. Rudnick is an accountant. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mis. David A. lless. and great grardparenu arc Mr, and Mrs Abe Kit/. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Florence Rudnick, and great-grandmother. Mrs. Samuel Shriber. all local residents. Enerfelds Mark 50th Anniversary At Two Parties %  It will be a double celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Enerfeld, 1250 SVV 18th Ave.. who are observing their golden wedding annivcrsary. On Saturday, Nov. 3, they will be honored at a dinner party to be held at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, and on July 26. 1964. relatives in New York will join them at a gala affair in the Colonial Manor where they were united in marriage 50 years ago. Residents here for 25 years, the couple have a son. Dr. Gerald Enerfeld, who also lives in Miami with his wife and three children. Until his retirement several years ago. Enerfeld was proprietor of Sue Preem Maid, which he organized. Among guests at the dinner here will be Mr and Mrs. David Gottlieb, nephew and niece of the celebrants. Renanah Group Chinese Auction Renanah Grout) of Hadassab on Miami Beach held a Chinese auction at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Horwitz, 5510 N. Michigan Ave.. on Monday evening. Members and -nests each •" %  o""ht i favorite dish which was auctioned off to the highest bidder. All proceeds are for Hadassah Medical Organization. Mrs. Sherman Fast is president. Our Mink Collection is the loveliest in years. Come on.H see yourself in this exciting season's exciting new fashions. Fur Resfyling HI 6-2536 GROVE FURRIERS 31 80 Commo Jore Plaza, Coconut Gr. Temple Judea Slates Session Fourth session in comparative religion at Temple Judea is scheduled for Sunday ai 10 a.m. Speaker at the coffee forum will be Dr. Earl Gossett Jr., professor of religion at the University of Miami, whose subject is "Islam and the Moslem World." The aeries is directed by the Temple's board of education with Mrs. Georse Baum, chairman. Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood A shot-o gram entitled "Anatomy of a Member" was presented following the monthly business meeting of the Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood on Wednesday evening in the social hall. 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