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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Volume 36 Number 45
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
y Miami, Florida, Friday, November 8, 1963
Two Sections Price 20'
Krupp Empire Seeks to Avoid Giving Up Billion-Dollar Unit
By Special Report
NEW YORK Ten years after
.-power treaty requiring
:t, of the Krupp industrial'
the powerful German car-
intactis pressing for
elcase of its obligation to
of a billton-mark-a-year
. of coal mines and steel
at Rheinhausen, in the
a tbl
break
emprr'
telst
forma
disr*1
conir'
plant'
Ruhr, the American Jewish Con-
gress charged this week.
In a letter to Secretary of State
Dean Rusk, the Jewish Congress
accused Alfred Krupp. head of the
huge industrial combine, of hav-
ing "no present intention of ful-
filling his commitment under the
treaty.
"It is further evident that he
will not do so unless is
fronted with forthright 4wmwh
for compliance by our own Gov-
ernment and by the other ir>-
toriet," declared Dr. Joachim
Prim, of Newark, N.J., presi-
dent of the Congress.
In his letter, the Jewish Con-
gress leader recalled that follow-
ing Alfred Krupp's release from
the Allied prison at Landsberg. I
Germany, in 1953, he was permit-
ted to resume his position as head
of the firm of Krupp under an
agreement entered into at Meh-i
len, Germany, with representa-j
tives of the United States, France
and Great Britain.
"This treaty stipulated that:
Krupp's reinstatement would be
permitted solely on condition that
he deconcentrate the holdings of
the firm and specifically that he
arrange for the sale of the Rhein-
hausen foundry within a five-year
period." Dr. Frinz said. He con-
tinued:
"From the very beginning, ef-
forts have been made to annul the
Continued on Page 8-A
1,200 DELEGATES IN SESSIONS HERE
Miami Host to CJFWF Assembly
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Jewish eOTnnrOnity ol Greater Miami is playing host to more
- delegates from over sou communities throughout the United
,i Canada starting Wednesday, when the Council of Jewish
as and Welfare Funds convened Its 32nd General Assembly
nat Hotel for ; four laj session.
ti naive program is *. in
ith eh irting fu tur< na m ,-elfare funds for the
: Jewish welfare, he) 63 fund raising campaigns The
and education services; visitors represent Jewish federa-
Amining n< x overseas i lionS thai together raise well over
ties of American Jev 1125 million each :
lizini local dera More than 50 workshops, c im-
Local Federation Leaders
Take Key Roles in Meet
\ i ier ol Miami Jewish lead
11 i play major roles in the
neral Assembly of the
Count of Jewish Federations
fare Funds at the Diplo-
el this weekend.
Lefcourt, president of
Ihi G eater Miami Jewish Fed-
.I..!; and one of the tour co-
chairmen of the Miami Hospital-
it> an. Arrangements Committee,
greetings to the dele-
. the opening session of
- cmbly. which dealt \wtli
issues Facing the Organiz-
i ish Communities "
Thurinan. Federation
president, was t.> extend
el -- of the Miami commun
lo the delegates of the Large
( :> Budgeting Conference here
1 -day.
Stan'ty c. Myers, first presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
iih Federation, past president of
Hie CJFWF, and chairman of
the Resolutions Committee, will
preside at a meeting of the com-
mittee and present the resolu-
tions to the delegates for their
Continued on Page 11-A
mittee meetings, consultations and
general sessions are scheduled,
The Assembly will adjourn Sun-
day.
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation welcomed delegates
at an informal reception Wed-
nesday evening, and v/ill give a
rocktail party for visitors prior
to the formal banquet session
Satuiday night.
Theme of the Assembly was *et
by Louis Stein, of Newark. N.J..
CJFWF president, in an opening
address Wednesday evening on
major issues facing Jewish com-
munities. HJJ talk was based on
a symposium of views on the
changing needs and central prob-
lems ol the time, and their im-
pact on Jewish life, the nation
and the world.
These views have been submit
ted in writing by more than 25 ex
pertsreligious leaders, econom
Continued on Page 11-A
Vatican Hopes
For Statement
On Jewish Ties
DAVIS IN BLEAK FAREWELL
US in Conferences With Arabs
And Israel on Refugee Problem
UNITED NATIONSiJTAi-Thc
1'nited States Government has
been conducting "quiet talks" with
Arab and Israeli leaders at "a high
level" in an effort to find some
olution to the Arab refugee prob-
lem, the United Nations Palestine
Conciliation Commission reported
to the General Assembly here
Monday. The IS. talks were held
mi its initiative but as a member
ol the I'CC, which is composed of
representatives ol the U.S.A..
France and Turkej
According to the report, the
U.S.A., as a member of the Com
Ission, proposed early this year
thai it might initiate a series of
cuiel talks with the parties con-
cerned Israel. Jordan. Lebanon.
the Syrian Arao Republic and the
United Arab Republic.*' The U.S.
proposal, the Commission stated,
was that the five governments con-
cerned*-"should be approached at
a high^evel and without precondi-
tions as to the nature of the event
ual solution of the problem. The
Commission agreed to this ap-
proach, and has been kept gener-
ally informed of the progress of
these talks with Arab and Israel
leaders during the past spring and
summer."
"Recently," the Commission
stated, "the United States in-
Continued on Page 7-A
By JULIO DRESNER
ROMEi.ITAiA high Vatican
official told a press conference
here this week thai it would bo a
heavy disappointment" to the
world and "most tragic" if the
current session of the Ecumenical
Council did not adopt a statement
(.n Catholic-Jewish relations con
demning anti-Jewish persecutions
Bt18 absolving the Jews" from guilt
for the crucifixion of Jesus. He
added that the Council "will speak
on Jews."
The official. Msgr. John Oster-
reicher, a consultant member of
the Vatican's Secretariat for Chris-
tian Unity, disclosed that the Sec-
retariat was receiving messages
"from all sides" urging issuance
of such a statement. He said that
the Council would speak not only
for the sake of the Jews but also
(or the sake ol the Catholic Church
because "the Church has a com-
mon heredity with the Jews, and
it must contribute to care for it."
Summarizing the substance of
the requests received by the Secre-
tariat lor the adoption by the Ecu
menical Council of such a state
Continued on Pa.ge 5-A
NEW PLAN
Israel Cabinet
Puts Off Talk
On Religion Tiff
N.Y. JEWS ARRESTED PAGE 5-A
JERUSALEM UTA) Israel's
Cabinet Sunday postponed action
toward solving the disputed Sab-
bath traffic in the vicinity of the
Mandelbaum Gate, after Prime
Minister I.evi Eshkol informed the
j Ministers that a new plan for a
! possible solution has been propos-
| ed. The new plan, he said, has
'been submitted by Chief Rabbi
Yitzhak Nissini in coopeiation
with the Ministries of the Interior
and Police. The new plan, said
,lu Premier, is now being consul
Continued on Page 2 A
Morocco Eases Restrictions
As Jews Named to Posts
PARIS tJTA) Morocco's
130.000 Jews support King Hassan
in his conflict with Algeria and in
his clashes with opposition leaders
inside Morocco, a prominent Jew
Rise Noted in Anti-Semitic Writing
10UIS STERN
CJfWf President
By Special Report
CHICAGOThe majority of pro-
fessional anti-Semites in the United
Mates are posing as "super-patri-
ots" in an effort to gain accept-
ance in respectable circles, with
[their appeals directed mainly at
; "isolationists, proponents of rad-
ical right measures, and pre Arab
apologists "
Whereas \

anti-Semitic broadsides and peri-
odicals flooding the South have
been published at distant points
and shipped into the region in bulk
lor local distribution." of late there
has been a sharp rise in the
amount of anti-Semitic literature
put out in the South by local
Southern bigots.
These were two of the major
findings of a year-long study by
the American Jewish Committee
into current anti-Semitic trends in
the United States. The study, pub
h lied in a pamphlet entitled "Big-
otry in Action." was made public
lure by A. M. Sonnabond. Ol Bos
ton. president of the Committee
It was announced in conjunction
with the opening ol the Commit-
tee's National Executive Hoard
meeting in session through last
i Sunday here.
The study points out that most
professional bigots who hope to
Continued on Page 6-A
ish attorney, who arrived here this
week from Casablanca, told the
.lev ish Telegraphic Agency
The Moroccan Jew said that,
in spite ol latent, popular anti-
Semitism in Ins country, the Jews
support the current regime which.
Ih tear, might be replaced by-
one far more extremist and more
| ant! lew ish.
He said, the Moroccan Gov-
ernment recently has adopted a
much more lioeral attitude to-
ward the Jews in the country. In
addition to easing certain re-
strict;ons, he said, the Govern-
ment has appointed a number of
Jews to senior positions. Among
these is Ben Sabbath, who has
been named to Morocco's Su-
preme Court. Other Jews have
Continued on Pa.ge 16-A


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Page 2-A
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ISta busses" for transport
loui-iMs on the Sabbat
while leaflets signed I
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Mean-
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Continued from P?-je 1-A
I e I by a special ministerial com-
it(M.
Meanwhile, the area around the
.Mandelbaum Gale, where travel
irs have been hooted, jeered and
stoned every Saturday lor mor>
man two months, was quieter Sat
iiiday than it has been tor man;
asks. A token police lorce guard
i i the route, keeping religious mi
t.- away from the traffic. Som
)| the zealots did line the roadway,
fill .!. slogans, but there were
no altercations.
Police detachments kept sight-
seers away from the route which
had been posted with police
signs. The signs requested auto-
mobile drivers to avoid usitvj
the road on the Sabbath and on
Jewish h?li(*ays as much as pos-
sible. The signs noted that the
caution did not apply to diplo-
kr-nrt
Karta zealots were dlrtributed?
caring a ban on stone throw,* '
one Ol the tactics used
mats. United Nations personnel las. ween,..... ^ **!J!
clergy, Israeli defense forces, Amram Btau. leader of the .Ntluru |0t !n their fight tgj
The i-'i-.
hrowjng
'5 the let,
police traffic, fire brigades, or ( Ka|.,a zealots. suggest that the i- traffic.
Syria and Iraq Threaten
Force Over River Project
LONDON tJTAi A threat to
: -i military force to prevent Is
lael from (livening Jordan River
waters v. as made by the govern-
ments of Iraq and Syria this week
according to reports from Beirut.
i be governments were reported as
having agreed that the Jordan
River irrigation projects were '"a
serious threat" to the Arabs and
must be countered, if need be."
i y action of the combined Arab
armies. Syria and Iraq announ-
ced a joint military command
earlier this month
Observers here said that the
latest Syrian-Iraqi statement on
tne irrigation projects marked the
Start of a period heightening ten-
sion between the Arab countries
. ;:d Israel over use of Jordan Riv-
er water.
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Israeli officials said recently
that the proposed water divers-
ion for a vast Negev irrigation
project was a matter of life or
death for Israel. It was esti-
mated here that Israel has spent
nearly $84,000,000 on the irriga-
tion project.
Gen. Zvi Tsui. Israel Chief of
Stall, declaied meanwhile in Tel
Aviv in a special order of the day
this week marking the 1956 Sinai
campaign, that Israel was no bet-
ter equipped than it was in 1956.
He added that Israel must now
know that in any future trial, it
would have to depend on itself.
Recalling the bravery of the Is-
raeli forces during the Sinai cam-
paign, the military leader warned
those "who threaten Israel but
who are themselves deep in Ye-
men and the Algerian sands" a
reference to support Egypt has
been providing to the Yemen reb-
els in the civil war in that coun-
try and to Algeria in the current
border lighting with Morocco.
Israel marked the Sinai anni-
versary with parades.
cars carrying personnel of the
Magen David Adornthe Israeli
, equivalent of the Red Cross.
A statement opposing any coer-
cion on this issue, either b> ielig
I ions elements or by secularists.
IMS issued by Rabbi Zvi Yehuda
ilook. son of the late, revered Chiel
Rabbi Rook As head of the Mrr-
kaz Ilarav Yeshiva. Rabbi Kock
! .ailed on all sides to find means
.,or bringing the religious and non-
religious camps closer "by way
jl a dialogue, in order to bring
about order and assure a harmon-
icus way ol life.'
Another outstanding Israeli
scholar. Prof. S. H. Bergman. WOO
is \wdel> respected among the re
ligious elements, urged the Gov-
ernment to halt the sabbath traf
fie disturbances. He stressed the
"grave danger inherent in a widen-
ing of the gap between the relig-
ious and non-religious groups."
Some 2.000 parsons attended a
rally in the Mea Sheanm quarter
Teen-Agers Will
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Agers Club at B'nai Sholom who
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Friday evening are:
Gary Kresel, president; Sylvia
Seinberg. vice president; Debby
Bornstein and Debby Levy, secre-
taries; Alan Goldberg, treasurer;
Lonny Norman, chaplain; Ruth Al-
perin. parliamentarian; Brian
Gardner, sergeant-at-arms.
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Fiiday. November 8, 1963
*Jenislh Ifkiridlliaiin
Paqe 3-A
JNF Launches Huge Galilee Effort
\KU YORK i.TTA' A goal
-,1,11.000.000 to be achieved over
linear, period through bequests!
n wills and assignments of insur-
ing was set here Sunday by the
mnulation for the Jewish Nation-
al Fund.
Announcement of the goal was
made at the closing session of the
annual assembly of the Jewish
National Fund in session last
,,(kcnd. Of the $100,000,000 goal,
., potential $22,000,000 has already
been accumulated, according to
Dr. Harris J. Levine, chairman of
Ihc Foundation, and Albert Schiff,
president of the JNF.
The session also hoard that
the American Freedom Forest,
comprising 2,000,000 trees, has
been completed on the slopes of
Beitar, near Jerusalem. The
forest, designed as a lasting
monument to American-Israeli
friendship, comprises 50 wood-
lands, each bearing the name of
cne of the 50 states in the Unit-
ed States. The forest was launch-
ed three years ago by a com-
mittee made up of the 50 State
Governors, headed by former
President Harry S. Truman.
President Kennedy sent a mess-
age to the Assembly declaring:
The completion of the American
! reedom Forest, which cements
the bond between Israel and the
I'nited States, and which serves as
an important reclamation effort,
deserves the support and encour-
gement which the Assembly can
.de."
i arlier, the Assembly heard de-
.ibout the JNFs vast devel-
opment and reclamation project
I the Central Galilee region of
involving an expenditure
, i $27,500,000 for the first stage
is undertaking in the next
ears. The details were spell-
by Jacob Tsur. world
of the Jewish National
ho emphasized that the
|i ned to absorb the heavy
i immigrants to Israel, is
rime responsibility of the
Zionist movement."
It i- expected," Mr. TSur aid
i!, io years' time, thousands
i-li families, including new
grants straight from the
hips, and the sons of veteran
mountain villagers will be culti-
, their vineyards and fruit
uds inside this region." He
roied that, thus far. since Israel's
th a- a nation 15 years ago,
"the strategic Galilee region has
remained unchanged."
Memorial For
Top Labor Leader
By Special Report
M.W YORK David Dubinsky
.md New bold Aiorris were to be
m atured speakers at a memorial
'ting 00 the occasion of the
25th anniversary of the death ol
B i barney Vladeck.
Herbert H. Lehman was to par
te in the meeting at Town
Hall on Thursday. Speakers were
Io include Vladeck's son. Stephen
Vladeck, noted labor attorney.
Vladeck, who died in 1938. was
prominent in the Jewish labor
".''inent and in the political life
: New York City. He was minor-
ity leader of the New York City
I ouncil at the time of his death.
He founder of the Jewish Labor
Committee in 1934, he was its na-
tional chairman until his death,
and a leader in the Organization
for Rehabilitation Through Train-
ing
The man whose life's work was
'o be honored at the meeting,
Baruch Charney Vladeck, was a
Jewish revolutionary leader in
Poland before coming to the Uni-
"d States in 1908.
The plan, he said, calls for the
reclamation of 250,000 acres of
arid soil near Israel's borders
with Lebanon and Syria. The
plan envisages the building of
35 settlements, eight regional
centers, and several new towns
by the JNF, Israel's Ministry of
Housing and the agricultural and
settlement department of the
Mr. Schiff, voicing the Ameri-
can JNF's support of the Galilee
program, told the 2,000 delegates
and guests attending the Assem-
bly that the Central Galilee plan
is "further evidence of our deter-
mination to leave no stone unturn-
ed in the ceaseless struggle for
the defense of the frontiers of the
Jewish Homeland. The call goes
out to all Jews of the United
States," he said, "to rally around
Israel in this crucial hour to mobi-
lize the resources, material and
spiritual, of American Jewry be-
hind the State of Israel, to ally
themselves to the side of the Jew
ish State through the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, to the end that cause
a great job of restoration. But to imagine that these areas cool
there is still a great deal to be sustain a flourishing eivilizatioi
done. Those who look at the But the Fund's record of achievi
waste places of the Galilee and ment cannot doubt its abilttj I
of peace and treedom. of which the Negev. today, lind it uiilicuii .,. Me this job."
Israel i.s the foremost representa-,----------,-----------------------------------------------------------
live in the MidWle East, may tri-
umph over its adversaries."
A pledge of United States Gov-
ernment policy lor the protection
' of Israel's "existence, integrity
j and independence against all as
! saults" was given the Assembly
by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr..
Under Secretary of Commerce. He
said, in his address, he was voic-
ing this "assurance as a member
Of the Kennedy Administration."
i Mr. Roosevelt returned recently
from a tour of the Middle East
during which he conferred with
; both Israeli and. Egyptian leacl-
l ers.
Avraham Harman, Israel's Am
i bassador to the United States, an-
; other of the speakers at the As-
sembly, expressed high praise for
the JNF achievement in Israel.
| "Those who visit Israel after an
' interval of years," he said, "can
see the magnificent results of the
Fund's reclamation work, parti-
cularly in formerly barren hill
poiintrv. This has indeed been
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Friday, November 8, 1963
^Jewish ftcridHann
Page 5-A
UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
Rabbi Takes Exception to
Religious Unrest Reporting
Jewish National Fund Me Ami Dinner Commit-
tee meets to formulate plans for a dinner Dec.
8 ct the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to
right) are Sam Kaqan. Abraham Grunhut. Wil-
liam Bornstein, Zev W. Kogan. Leon I. Ell,
president. Julius Rosenstein. and Ben Silver.
Stcnding (left to right) are Herman Eisenbaum,
Morris Minov. Mayshie Friedberg. Isidor Rif-
kin, Abraham Grossman. Ezra Finegold, Mrs.
Nathan Bookspan. Mrs. Abraham Mason.
Harry Feldman, Harry Rosen, and Gershon
Miller. Not shown are Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz, Benjamin Appel, Johan L. Berman. Eva
Blum. Rubin Bumstein, Mrs. Jacob Davis, Isaac
Donen, Jacob C. Fishman, Abraham Fraidlin,
Max Hecht, Peter Heller, Bernard Katz, Paul-
ine Levick, Reubin Miller, Miriam Press, Sam
Schachno, Irving Schatzman, Mrs. Wolfe
Shklair. Meyer Siegel, Michael Sossin, Joshua
Z. Stadlan, Fay Tupler, Dr. Baer Zuckerbraun.
Vatican Hopes for Jewish Statement
Continued *rom Peqe 1-A
nil'. Msgr. Osterreicher said the
statement should include:
1 A. declaration that the hi- |
tor> of th Church started with
the patriarch and prophet and
tha ?he Church is deeply rooted
in *-e Old Testament which is a
continuation of ancient Israel.
The main distinction of the
CKreh outlook is that it em-
bra:t-$ all humanity, and it is
impossible" to forget the fact
t'ra* it was Jewish expectations
wh>ch Jesus came to fulfill.
ahouki point out tliat it is
unjust to char,: one people with
;iu!i thai of all human-
;i ref< ret to the crucifixion
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{ must contribute to
aral of injustices and
ration done to the Jews in
i 80 man) Christians partici-
pated through silence or inaction.
This was neces ary to prevent sun
Uar horrors in the future. Broadly.
Osterreicher stated, the
i hurch should condemn any mani-
.on ot hatred and any perse-
cution agair.-t lews, though such
condemnation might be expressed
also in more general ways in other
] conclusions of the Vatican Council.
The Vatican official said that
i fears that Arabs might consider
i such a statement as taking sides in
i the Arab-Israel antagonisms were
not justified, or at least were ex-
aggerated, because the Council
would not under any circum j
stances touch the political field. In
any case, he declared, "the real
wisdom is now to .speak, whether j
lit is opportune, or inopportune'
1 and in fact. the Council will
speak.''
He stated that Protestants had
made more progress m approaches
to the Jews and to do likewise had
become necessary io the Catholic
Church from the.ecumenical point
view. A rejuvenation of the
Church, he added, requires a;
change in its attitude toward Jews
ing the Church with the "people
of those faithful loved by God,
the God of their Fathers."
Replying to reporters questions
about the timing of the statement, j
he said he could not answer but
that when it was accomplished, he
hoped that public opinion all over
the world would greet it. Another t
question was whether the topic of
the relations bteween the Church
and Jews would remain within the,
province of the Secretariat for J
Christian Unity or be turned over'
to a future Secretariat for non-1
Christian Religions. !
He said that Pope Paul wanted
the present Secretarial to continue
to handle the matter on grounds
that the Jewish religion was a
b'blical one and, therefore, did
not bekag with other nort-Cbrist
t!an religions.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I must take umbrage with your
coverage of recent events in the
State of Israel with regard to the
e'emonstrations against the mis-
sionary activity in Israel, as well
as the demonstrations in regard
to the violation of the Sabbath in
Jerusalem.
I feel that for too long a period
has the Orthodox Jew in the Unit-:
ed States been on the defensive
j in trying to dissassociate himself,
j from the work of his brethren in i
I Israel in their attempt to preserve
| the Sabbath in the Holy Land, as i
well as to prevent the conversion |
of Jewish children in poor econ-
omic straits by so-called missions
there.
Though realizing the right of
a newspaper to report news, I
am sincerely perturbed by th
manner in which demonstrations
by the so-called Orthodox Jew
is given front page coverage,
while at the same time anti-reli-
gious demonstrations are placed
in the back of your newspaper,
or go completely unreported.
The use of the word "zealot-. "
by an Anglo-Jewish newspaper as
a phrase describing boys and girls
and men and women who are try-
ing to preserve their right to prac-
tice their religious beliefs in peace
is jingo journalism of the worse
sort. To characterize Jews as
ultra-Orthodox because of their
desire to keep the Sabbath in Is-
rael inviolate is another attempt
to alienate that vast body of Jews
whose dream is the same ideal.
I truly hope that your future
coverage pertaining to these prob-
lems will be more democratically
equalized.
RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER
Young Israel of Greater Miami
I think that the public should;
also be aware of the recent denv!
onstrations by the League Against,
Religious Coercion wherein dem-
onstrators from this group enter
ed- the Meah Shearim section of,
Jerusalem carrying sticks and
truncheons in a flagrant attempt
to incite the Sabbath observant
resilient. I fail to find a clarifica-
tion of your coverage of the so-
called attack on the mission
chools when testimony at the trial
of the demonstrators involved in
that incident revealed that "Not
one of the IS nuns and 25 pupils
was disturbed, no damage of prop-
erty was caused l>y the demon-
strlaion."
Death of Rabbi's
Mother Cancels
Open House
An Open House reception by
i Rabbi and Mrs. Max Lipschitz for
members of Beth Torah Congre-
i gation scheduled for this Sunday
was abruptly cancelled this week.
Cancellation was announced by
Beth Torah following the death
Monday night of Mrs. Mollie Lip-
shitz, of 1026 Euclid Ave.. mother
of Beth Torah's spiritual leader.
Rabbi and Mrs. Lipschitz left for
Detroit. Mich., where services and
interment took place. They are
sitting Shivah at the home of Mrs.
Helen Radui, 10919 Strathmore,
Detroit.
In addition to Rabbi Lipschitz,
locally she leaves her husband,
Meleeh Lipshitz. and a daughter.
Mrs. Norma Rabinowitz. also of
Miami Beach.
The Vatican official pointed
out that two Council Fathers
Msgr. Seper of Yugoslav^ and
Bishop Zeneodevrod of Holland
had asked the Council to vote
on the subject of Catholic-Jewish
relations. The latter, in his ap-
peal, had recalled the time link-
New York Police Arrest
Jews for Swastika Smears
NEW YORK -< JTA) Five Jews
were arrested early Monday morn-
Ing by police who charged that
they caught the persons painting
swastikas on the front of the Is-
raeb* Consulate General Bldg., at
11 E. 70th St. The building also
houses the Israel mission to the
the U inted Nations.
Three of the five were named
by police as Miklos Weinstock, 22;
David Palkowitz. 17; and Shalom
Crohman. 17. The names of the
two others were withheld, in ac-
cordance with police regulations.
because they are juveniles under
'<>. All five gave their addresses
as being in the Williamsburg neigh-
borhood of Brooklyn, an area in-
habited by many ultra-zealous re-
ligious Jews. All were arraigned
before magistrates on charges of
malicious mischief, and paroled
lor further hearings Nov. 15.
According t-> the police, two
patrolmen in a police car caught
the five painting the swastikas.
I Kiel and a spray gun.
The five curie leaflets denoun-
'iii. the Isra"l Government as "a
lati ;ing thai Israeli
in conducted a
: om" religious ele-
ol i motor traffic
"i Jerusali sheath Th
protest demon
"i to i in front of the
.i offii
Similar leaflets were passed out
along East Broadway Sunday by
Jewish youths wearing earloeks
and costumed in the traditional
garb of the ultra-religious. Several
bearded men, according to eyewit-
nesses, were seated in an automo-
bile nearby, directing the youths.
. ,l.sil,lll-K: UN stl I1MLSFMI11 CALVERT OUT. CO, IAMVILU.Ki
Dade Hgts. Now
B'nai Raphael
Officers and Board of Directors
of Congregation B'nai Raphael,
formerly Dade Heights Jewish
Congregation, announce that the
congregation has been renamed in
memory of Philip Shapiro, a de-
voted benefactor and member.
Plans are now being made for
the erection of a sanctuary and
social hall on the grounds at 1401
NW 183rd St.
The present building will be
converted into classrooms to meet
I the needs of the growing Religious
Schools, nursery and kindergar
ten. day camp, and youth groups.
INF Film Scheduled
A program and film on the Jew-
ish National Fund will be presen-
ted at the eBth Torah Men's club
monthlj breakfast meeting on
' Sunday.
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Paqe 7-A
US in Quiet Talks With Israel and Arabs
Continued from Page 1-A
formed the Commission thai, in
its opinion,' the talks hve boon
useful All sides had shown
good will, a desire to achieve
progress on the refugee problem,
and a desire to continue the
talks, which are not yet com-
pleted." The Commission re-
ported that it had requested con
tinwation of the talks, and ex-
pressed "confidence" that "every
effort wiH be made in the con-
tinuation of these talks" to ad- ]
vance the Assembly's desire that
some progress be shown toward
a possible solution of the refugee
issue.
The highest United Nations offi-
. lal in charge of the Arab refugee
problem meanwhile told the Gcn-
i;il Assembly here that the
crux" of the entire Arab-Israeli
i-onflict in the Middle East is not
the refugee problem but th Arab
refusal to recognize Israel's exis-
tence and the Arab determination
that Israel must not continue to
exist as a state.
That statement was made to the
Assembly's Special I'olitical Com-
mittee by Dr. John II. Davis. Com-
missioner-General of the United
Nations Relief and Works Agency
for Palestine Refugees. Dr. Davit
opened the committee s consider-
ation of his annual report, sub-
mitted three weeks ago. with a
5.000-word evaluation of the refu-
gee problem which, he said, re-
Fleeted his "considered Judgment"
based on his total experience after
years as UNRWA chief
Tt-lling the committee that he
i isagreea with those who think the
nay to solve "the total Palestine
problem is to solve the refugee
l roblem," he stated:
"In fact, the fundamental fac-
tor and the controlling one re-
garding the Palestine issue is
not the refugee problem per se.
Rather, it is the fact that two
bodios of people are pursuirv) di-
vergent ends, which 15 years of
negotiating effort has not recon-
ciled or even given promise of
reconciling. The refugee prob-
lem per se, is but one facet of
the broader complex of prob-
lems which have emerged out of
the very creation and the pres-
ence of Israel as a state in Ihe
Middle East.
"On the one hand, the citizens
Of Israel arc totally dedicated and j
committed to the preservation ami
continued existence of their coun-
try and will, I am sure, strive to,
preserve it with everything they
iave. including their very lives.
Difsctting this is the Arab feeling
which is equally strong. The crux '
of the Arab feeling is that they
do not recognize the legitimacy of
Israel as a state, and they do not
ivant her to continue to exist as a
tate.
"In my opinion, this feeling is
a product of the complex history
of the Arab peoples which extends
back over not just recent decades
but even centuries. This feeling
exists not only in the hearts and
minds of a million Palestine refu-
gees or in the hearts and minds
of a group of Arab politicians, but
also among the Arab people and
the Arab nations as a whole, and is
being transmitted in full force to ~* "L" V"""*" "i> """".;
the new generation which is now
growing up. Thus, as far as I can
I tell, this feeling is virtually uni
1 vena] within Arab countries. More
over. Arab politicians do not con-
trol this feeling but, on the con-
trary, are, themselves, governed
by it.
Hence, it is that on both sides
Ihc power of decision is anchored
with the people. In my opinion.
this fact largely explains why all
past efforts to settle the Palestine
issue or the refugee problem I supporting and therefore ineligible
through negotiations or special I lor further relief.
Dr. Davis told the Assembly
that there is "one bright spot in
this rather bleak picture." This,
he said, "is the fact that the .
peoples who comprise the na-
tions that find themselves at op-
posite poles with respect to the ,
Palestine issue are basically
ouite tolerant with regard to one
another as human beings. From
all I krow, I believe that the Jew
does not basically hate the Arab
as an individual, nor does the
Arab basically hate the Jew as
a person. This fact, it seems to
me, at least holds out an ele-
ment of hope for the future for
these charged with the responsi-
bility to find a solution to the
problem."
While the long-range picture was
"ominous," Dr. Davis continued,
there are certain "short run" steps
that might be taken by the United
Nations. These, he said, included
1) "efforts to continue preserving
peace in the Middle East and find-
ing a means for carrying out" pro-
visions of a 1948 Assembly resolu-
tion which called for repatriation
of the Arabs or their compensa-
tion by Israel; 2) continuation of
relief activities, including educa-
tion and job training.
In this connection, he also men-
tiotted the need for rectifying
UNRWA's relief rolls. Earlier, ho
pointed out that the UNRWA re-
lief rolls arc inaccurate, due to the
j facts that dead ration card holders
are not removed and that UNRWA
is prevented by the Arab "host"
governments from ascertaining
when refugees had become self-
resignation, to take effect at the
end of 1963. Until this year, his
oral sflHtnerit to the Special
Political Committee had always
consisted, of a mere, formal sum-
mary of his previously submitted
annual report. This year, how-
ever, he summariied what he
called his "total thinking" in
regard so the refugee situation
and the general Middle East sit-
uation as he sees it.
, tee that, in his opinion, some typ.
of activity for aid to the refugee-
will have to continue for a Ion.
time after the expiration of
UNRWA's current mandate, (hie
! to expire June SO. 1963.
After Dr. Davis concluded, Is-
rael's permanent representative,
Michael S. Comay. addressed tlu-
I committee brielly. reiterating I-
. rael's oft-repeated request fc.r
I Arab-lsracI peace ncgotiat ion -
Addressing the Arab delegation-.
be said: "Let us give up the pol
;mics that have dragged on for 15
years. Let us sit down together
in the spirit of the United Natioa-.
Dr. Davis also told the commit and negotiate peace."
I rejects have failed.
"If these observations are or-
rect. then one is forced to conclude
that no solution to the Palestine
issue is yet in sight and that even
a satisfactory solution of the refu-
gee problem per se, would not in
and out of itself dissolve the more
basic and fundamental problem
which emerges from the conllict of
viewpoints, purposes and feelings
as between the people of Israel, on
the one hand, and the people of
the Arab countries, on the other."
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A pr^e Minflnl. r-._evec to be severe: hundred years old is
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nebrew .-.rcce^y. Looking on left to right; are Samuel
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JTA Ownership Giving Up
Jewish Agency Affiliation
NEW YORK- JTA -Agreement
on transfer of ownership of the
Jewish Teiesrapr ty from
the Jewish Afeaej la the merober-
hD of the JTA Board of Directors
<- announced Jointly here by the
JTA and the cv.
tzar Lipsky. president of
JTA, I I the actual transfer of
erahip : be made when
legal forma.- re com-
::> 'aid t.'i4 the members
Um JTA Board hod organized
American J<
Inc., a v>n-profit member-
p corpora'.. < laws of
f N- York m which
mership of JTA will be
A.il
JTA Board
He expressed the belief that
the new arrangement would pro-
vide a wider basis of communal
support for JTA and facilitate
extension of its service in the
community interest. He said that
a panel of distir?uished person-
alities in the newspaper field
would undertake a survey of
JTA operations in 1964 and
n-ake reco-nn-.endations to Ihe
Board on their future scope and
direction.
Eaetorj
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-' "" -' -mpathetic
aad nderetanding attitude of the
-' ish Agency which had provided
.ub-.tantial investments in JTA
r the past decade and had now
generous!) agreed to forego its
claims in order to facilitate the
JTA reorganization
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair-
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Your Councilman of Hialeah
Krupp Wants His Empire Intact
Continued from Page 1-A
SOS Ir. 195o^-
Krupp requested e\"- I of the
date of sale, alleging that no suit-
able buyer could be found An-
nually thereafter a similar exten-
to continue to accrue to him un-
til the time of sale."
Dr Prinz noted, however
ir. September. 1957 Berthold Beitz.
director general of the Krupp
firm, was elected to the board of
he re-
sioc has been sought and obtain- *he Rheinhausen works, "thus lur
ed. by no* almost automatical-
b
man of the American Section of
the Jewish Agency Executive, de-
clared that the increased support
given to JTA by the federations
and welfare funds and the indica-
- that this support would con-
tinue to grow had finally made it
possible for the Jewish Agency to"
relinquish the responsibility it had
borne for more than 10 years.
The Jewish Agency is proud of
the fact that it has been so great-
ly instrumental in maintainins
during a difficult period, this news
service, whose existence is of vital
importance to the Jewish people.'"
Dr Neumann said. V.'e are happy
that the American Jewish com-
munities, through the federate i -
and welfare funds, have shown
mounting interest in JTA and a
re to help JTA to grow and
iop so that it may make a
maximum contribution to the gen-
eral v.elfare."
Transfer of 're JTA
complete a process began in
rben jta m agreen
of the
nefl of Jewish Federations and
V.elfare Funds. a?re'-d to reorgan-
ize JTA on an independent basis,
v.ith the American federations and
Care fund- assuming responsi-
bilities that would enable the Jew-
.sh Agency to reduce and eventual-
ly terminate its financial partici-
pation. The LCBC advised the
communities in 1961 that 'the
LCBC regards a Jewish news ser-
vice of high quality as indispen-
s;ble and considers JTA as poten-
tially of even greater value than
it is today to Jewish communal
life ."
In his letter to Secretary Rusk.
Dr. Prim challenged the claim
that the foundry could not be
sold. He cited the sale to one
million small individual German
owners by the West German
Government of the Preussag Min-
ing and the more recent suc-
cessful public offering of the
Volkswagon enterprises.
We suspect that the real diffi-
culty lies not m lack of opportun-
:x in lack of willingness to
comply." the American Jewish
Congress leader commented, add-
ing:
' Krupp from the beginning re-
larded the Mehlen treaty as a
mere scrap of paper which he did
not intend to allow-to be enforced
against him. Apparently, the
treaty was cynically employed to
beguile and placate public opinion
without, however, contemplating
any real changes in the structure
and organization of the Krupp firm
at least as far as the Rheinhausen
operation is concerned."
The letter noted that sale by
the Rheinhausen works exceed one
billion marks < more than $200.
wjO.OOO ; annually. Much of this
repre-en'.s steel BBd steel products
barred under the Mehlen treaty,
according to the letter
Under the terms of the agree-
ment, the American Jewish
Congress said, the Rheinhausen
complex was "immediately to
be made independent of Krupp,
although the profits deriving
from operation of the plant were
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ther betraying the intimate if
at absolute control -till exerci-ed
hy Krupp over the Rheinhausen
foundry.
This division of labor has made
tibie for Alfred Krupp to ap
pear to be abiding by hi- per-onal
not to interfere with the
management of Rheinhausen while
at the same time allowing his gen-
eral manager and closest business
iate, himself not per>onally
a party to the Mehlen treaty, to
participate in the entrepreneurial
judgments of Rheinhausen and to
continue to clamor tor the reuni-
fication of the Krupp empire and
the formal voidance of the Meh-
len agreement." Dr. Prinz charg-
ed.
The American Jewish Con-
gress letter to Secretary Rusk
cited reports that Dr. Eberhard
Reinhardt, a West German of-
ficial described as responsible
for "decartetixation of the Krupp
empire," was pressing for for-
mal release of Krupp from his
obligation to sell Rheinhausen.
"We urge that our Government
reject this recommendation." Dr
Prinz declared. "On the contrary
we urge that the I'.S. firmly pres-
its demand that the divestiture or-
der be carried out forthright!)
and at once by any of the num-
erous device- that are readilv at
band and that will fulfill
tention of the '.r.gina
.(,cU."._^_ T|_
I>r Pnni conceded:
"The Mehlen treat) ar:
ouirement that tne Kr
pire be deconc'r.trated raj not
arbitrary, capriciou- or vindictive
h proceeded from the proposition
that such decartelization m- m.
dispensable for an\ endunrj re-
habilitation of German Ltfe <
leflected unanimous Allie i belief
that genuinely democrat
i-ts in Germany could be a I
only if those QOffl ijines I
tributed to the emergenc- of the
Hitler government were prevent'
ed from reacqu.nnj their gi >
over the major institutions ol
European economic lie.
Public confidence in :
u;. desire to rebuild Gei
into a dependable ally ar..
vitalize its democratic | ..
v ill be irretrievably impj
there ii any retreat from t|,e
terms of the Mehlen ifTeenteni
"Presumably :h;- treaty
tered into in good faith
-peitfully submit tr.it it
it is carried out ir. j.ood fa
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Friday. November 8. 1963
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K nil. Jtwyh K owls, Herman Ku-1
1,111, Monyn Leslln, Alfred Lawrunca,
rlsii-rj i.. .
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I., sh, n, William Levy, Harry Llelit,
Hum Uvbei -1111111. I .flu l.ynn. Jacob
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Mi nai hof, Max Mi'iu-hol, Abraliam
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Youth Breakfasts
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Temple Emanu-EI is resuming
., its weekly high school Youth Ser-
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: ,n. Leonard Mnrluvr, Walter Nenier- ,n
, ii. Samuel Padhit*. ng at 10 a.m.
,-:^\^{"'n vSLTE!-J2832.\ "This act",x*- "owstarting ""
Uarry lUppaport. Max M. Raakln, 21st year, has al\Vays been a popu-
IMkj Regent, Mitchell Reiner, Joseph ^ _art (f the Emanu-EI youth
KeKanl. I ..;. i n Rasnk-k, Alex Rest, I *"* K __
program, Dr. Irving Lcnrinun.
spiritual leader of the Temple,
who conducts the worship service
each week, assisted by Cantor
Hirsh Adler.
I...uis Roaen, Herald Roaenberg;, Kra
I: ,-i nfi-lil. Nathan Rottenberg, Irv-i
lug Rubin.
i..i\U Rub Hi, iii. Lenn Ruxln, I'ii-.I (
Ka>e, William Kaffir. Alexander Kail,
I'l.viil .1. Ball, Jacob Saplrateln, Isi-
dore Kchachter, tiarri c Kchoener,
Inn Rchrager, Joseph HchwartS, Mor-
ton Hchwaru. Kiiu.-m- l M'hwars, I ,'- n t~- u-,..,i.
Albert Seldeii. Herman U. Shaw, Jack journs lo Snkin Hall for bu.k
Sbaw, Hrrj A. Sherman. fast which always includes a noted
Samuel K. wtSR1, j^STSlv^SS: ^ter. singing and dancing.
Roe simkln, Sidney blmkowlts, Ben- Milton Feinstein is advisor to
ii;:;;:', ^ita^'lrvWflEE gr"P- Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Maxwell Siiiro, l.miis II Stallman, "
After the service, the group ad-
Congratulating Murray Shaw (second from
left), president of Temple Ner Tamid, upon *
nq named to receive special honors at the
Temple's Dinner of Tribute are Dr. Michael L.
Horwitz (left), chairman of the Committee of
Hosts, and Bernard Katz, Mrs. Sadie Trosky.
Louis G. Cohen and Maurice L. Zaretsky, vice
chairman. The dinner will take place Satur-
day evening. Nov. 23, in the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Joseph Stelnberfer.
Bamuel A. Tucker, O. I.. Victor,
Han Was ner, Wlillam Weinberger,
David Wiitrin, .Mi.-,s N. Wolf, Sior-
r|n Woskow, Abruham I Vaffe, Dan-
i- I ZrIIm, Joseph '/*< man.
Lassman are sponsors of this Sun-
day's breakfast in honor of the
recent Bar Mitzvah of their
nephew, Evan Kraus. All 10th,
11th and 12th graders are invited.
Her Tamid Planning Dinner to Honor
President Murray Shaw Here on Nov. 23
Leading members of Temple
\,r Tamid met at a reception
Sunday evening in the home of
i>r and Mrs. Michael L. Horwitz
, unplete plans for the Tem-
.!, \ Israel Dinner of Tribute to
akc pl.'ce Saturday evening, Nov.
-, the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Murray A. Shaw, president of
mple, will be honored "for
- service to the Temple, the
inanity and the State of Is-
,,|. it was revealed by Rabbi
Eugene Labovitt, spiritual leader
\, Tamid
Named t" head the Dinner ( om
_ Itec are Alvin L. Savage, chair-
W Dr. Michael L. Horwitz;
nan ol the Committee of
, i-; and Louis V,. Cohen. Ber-
nard Katz. Mrs. Sadie Trosky and
Maurice L. Zaretsky, vice chair
men.
Mrs. Fannie Sklar is honorary
dinner chairman. Assisting in
preparations fur the dinner are
Irving J. Egel, president of the
Men's Club, and Mrs. Henrietta
Fine, president of the Sisterhood.
Dr. Horwitz named the fallowing
to serve with him on ttoe Commit-
tee of Hosts:
Joseph .1 Aden, Joseph Alberl si..
Solomon Alpert, Hi man R. Vpplr-
Imom, f-Hinuel Baki r, .1 !' nruls .
Marshall Berkson. Maui Ice lien In,
i-;,il,..n Ulake, rii.nl.- II Branson,
Mfred tin i.. >. Isldol Brown, Yvonne
Iturkhols, Joseph H. fahir, Murrln
fhnrllp, Aaron W t'huloelt.
lost i'ii Chulock, i-.'ius ]. i 'ohi n.
!. -,.ii. n, An in I'm' ln, Jai ?
i ',-,,ii. i. I i. .1 .1 l'. n,-., i\. John l la
r.ii.inl. Mac Dlckmaii. Marpnret <;. \
Hull, I'liUlp IMiBenhter, Ruth Krk-
ateln, Nal Ehrenberr, Ales T. Kin. |
Haul Bif, Hynian Klaenbaum, Aaron
Kistnsti-in.
Sol 1- RUtlna, Isadore it. Bpateln, i
lien I.. Fabric, Jean FWdman, i-ouis
I Kelihnan. Henrietta Fine, Earn Kim- |
sold, Barney Finer, David K"rankl,
, IivIiik N. Kr.inK.i Alfred Kr.-.-inan.
I U.i.n Oarfleld, Harriet Qeller, Bam
Oerson Joseph J. Oersten, Henrj Ulb- ,
son, Harry < llaaer.
David Qlasi, Hairy E. (llaser, M'ch-
.i.i aiaaler, Harry 'hid, Louis J. Hold,
Mae iioi.lli.iK. loul* 1 Golden, Aaron
Uoldman, Arnold I- Goldman, Prank
Goldman, Rita Goldman, Lew Oold-
niun, tleorae tlovdon, Boris H. f'rsber,
N. iliiin I.. Greek, Adolph Oreeiibaum.
Jack i li i-.nl. r:. Sum I. i In .-111 ielil.
Abraham M. Uronsmaa, Isaac Haaen,
l.ili.lsh Hacen, Slmnund J. Hahn,
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I3nrr> Kuplan.
MorrU Kiss. i. Paul K.s-.r. Sam B.
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+Jewish tkrktiatl
Friday, November 8,
1983
cYLh
9
IOUS
s
ervices
J nis LAJcekcnd
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 carlyle ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Isaac Ever
ANSHE. E.ME6. 253* SW 19th ave.|
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
wartz {
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CETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava. Con- i
servative. Rabin Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. L'pson.
FVI.h.v *:i:. |>.nt. ItaiM Mitzv.ih: (iitll i
llln, daUfhtar "f Mr. and Mr.-. I.c.n
Itoeoff. s.iiurilay a.m. Bar Mltavak:
Ml. h:i. 1 Alan. mm uf Mr. .....I Mr.-. ,
JorooM AiMmaii. I*.iviii illiiin, win |
ol -Mr. .ihil Mrs. Mai vin Piu.-.

CANDLEUGHTING TIMt
21 Heshvan 5:15 pjn.
1
-
BETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Hri j:l"i p.m. Siittirtlay 8?t0 a.m.
Sermon: '>ls of kllerolty." aUnchM
|:1S |..ni
----
BETH EMETM VEHUOAH MOSHE.
I330 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman I
Fine.
JViii:... R?H p.m. RcrMion: v.-teran'K !
Day." S;ituiiiay :i :..m Bar Mttzvatt:
.Ashley, .-on i.l Or. and Mr.-. Man in
Trup.
ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi H. Louis Rot t man.
FYMa.r ":- p.m. bhteraay :. a.m. s.i- ,
nmn: "The Truist Act of Kiinln.-.--."
Mm. ha t:-.ii p.m.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stem.
Cantor Maurice Mamohea.
Frldh) .";::" i.m. Saturday v :in a.m. I
Kiraiim; "lllvsi-il Be lit- Who
I"..in. ih "
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BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. i
>- I:i> ':]' and B:la i-.in. U Marion at I
late Wfrvlee1: "Armlatlce le N.<| Peace. I
Unea Shnlilml hoatetl by si-i.ih.....1 in
honor of Babbl Shapiro'*: third aeilea
tii late Friday evening eefvlcaa. KaX-
- i*. .. in s. ruion: "The l-irnt
I i h." 1:13 |. in. 'Ti.rtioii of the
i.i." IS p.m. "A Noble Life."
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Kneger, secre-
tary.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky. |
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BETH TORAH 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
i" !.,. ::. |. in Una Mitsvah: Pattl,
dauarhtt'i ol Mr and Mrs. Hen Karp.
S. in daj la a in. bYrvlueH .inlu.i. bj l*OUth i .lltrt-ual ii-ii will ini-lll'li-
Installation of officer*, rabbi* and ili-
rcctora, and -. rinon.- on "Judaism To-
morrow?"
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.'
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
i [da) B:15 p.m. Sermon: "On Branch*
lr>B I "art i. u:.-ii>." t >ii.-k Hhabliat host-
ii bj Sisterhood. Saturday S:M a.m.
Mlncha *<: l r. ii.m.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfetd.
----
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roe-
enfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg.
rYlriay R:13 p.m. ftermon: "Portion of
Km Vveek." i m-a Khabbnl hoated by
a!r. and Mis. Jack i ii ...|il..ru in honor
of new s..ii kUchae-l. Hatvrday 8:311
a.in Min.-ha *::t; p.m.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANL'-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Levltin.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi l
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Heilbraun.
-
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. R?bbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantn; Louis Cohen.
i .,.-... Hy On
i hltai in hoi r of ivtirl k fl- j
lal et an.l lii-
ivhn an ......i. tht-li
v .| Miti I nnls, -......I Mi
I .-
- a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phinc.is Weber.
man.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. iA->3 svy 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
I and R:! : m s. m
"< "ii M ].. I'..i tli. I' mii Kattlltla)
a.m.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu. x
Vri.iay 8:16 p.m. S.-imnn: "Nniiilnu
1ur Nothing." Kl-jlity new families imII
hf Inducted. Siatarhood will hoal r.-
oeptlcn. SaHtril.iy B:ia a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5960 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumoard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
IVidiiv i>::|n p.m. skaNMsj; "Thr K..1.-
I oi Mary in ChrintlanilyA DlacuHslon
of a K. ..hi t'1-ois.ioii in lti.no."
----
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reeonstrtictionist. Rabbi |
--ris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
i-'rumv 0:15 ii.m. H.1111..11: "Joetloe,
u.-ii..-. Shalt Thou Pursue." Satir-
iv 19*39 a.m. Sermon: "Fraadoin to
-|..aU t>iu." Bar Mltavah: Sanford,
on of Mi. ami Mis. WlllUtrn Tiial-
n-illH-V.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM at Holly-
wood. 1726 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest- Sterner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast
ava. Liberal. Rabbi- Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Cenviser.
Tiiln> K:U p.m. Die)tunU.....1 T..li--
11 in School batwwn Ralihi Kruii-
-h anil Will M.lsiow, ij.iutlo- dlTao*
i. r. AiniTh-an latrltdl ''"ORrofs. S.-it-
i.nl:iv 10:43 a.m. liar Miizvah: John
Aliu-k. -on of Mi. ar' Mr.-. I'lillip
Learning the Lesson of How
To Crow Old Gracefully
By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Temple Or Olom
Do policemen look younger,
lately? Do more of your friends
'check in for check-ups" week-
ends, suffer scares, warnings,
heart attacks and ulcer condi-
tions, all too frequently?
Do you read the obituary col-
umn and find an alarming num-
ber of contemporary names, fa-
miliar dates?
If so. like most people, you are
becoming increasingly aware of
the aging process, and the inimit-
able end of all mortalsthe hard
facts of life (and death) that
make each day meaningful and
significant. The main trouble ap-
pears to be that the concept of
"growing old gracefully" has
been replaced by the newer trend
toward "growing gray gracelcss-
ly." In fact, no one even wants
to admit to growing gray, at all.
Since youth and vigor are the
marks of a successful person in
our society, rather than the Jew-
ish traditional values of education
and experience, the only gray or
silver-haired people are women
who "dye" under 30. Men use
hair-pieces toupees are passe;
women have reverted to "shei-
tels," or variations of wigs, hair
milk, blue, green, or pink rinses.
Considering the return to "face-
lifting." rather than "faith up-
lifting." diet fanatics, artificial
slimming aids, exercises and ma-
chines to reshape the sagging
body, instead of revitalizing the
mind and cultural outlook, may-
be the Chinese are the only good
Jews in America today. At least
they venerate the aged. They re-
spect traditional culture values.
"Abraham was old and well-
stricken wilh age." according to
one translation; ". old, ad-
I tlrt-infitlil: Mark, son of IM\ and Mm.
Bamhard Baei
! TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Qrossberg.
iiitia\ S::m p.m. Harmon: "You Qo to
Voin Ha-MM "l I'la.M i- I'll IO t" Mill.
--Hut Let Ua Walk There Tojrethir.
QDvg MiauUit and :i .liMc i.-.-lon on
"Jewish CaBsreBBilonal Bervtoea uiii-
Ue oi Synagogue" will folluw. Rat*
nnlav : a.m. Sermon: "The Three-
fold I -if 'if Sarah." V'ii p.m. Minolta
niul Rir Mlizv.ih: Robtet Jay, aofJ ol
Mr. anil Mr- St dm V Boeoj.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1M0O NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
J-'riilay v:i" u.m Rertnr-n: "Vetonn
In War and Paooe." Sittur.lay !":S0
a.m. Youth rivins i .-nJn. t. by
Junior i'engresattoa.
----
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701.Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrnur Cantor Hirsh Adler
Kriilay SIM p.m. Sermon: "Servival in
VYfvtliiniA Comment ..n l'n.:. Salo
l.'arou OsMS shalibat hoated by the
<'onflrmation 1 i-|iartnu-nt and 1*>*Y
group. Saturday a.m. Mar Mitsvah:
William, sea of Mr. ami Mis. l"aul
Poikik.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:11 p.m. Sermon: "Will th.
Catholic fhurch Now ("Ii.iiik. It"
Teachings about Jewa?"
TEMPLE JUDEA. 820 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeea'
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
Prlilay 8:1.1 p.m. Koiteratlon of T-mnle
Youth Sail)..uli Junea Youth tlroup
will ..ii. i original ..ni.. Knturriay
10 10 ...in. Bar afitivah: latwience
Mai iin. son of Mr. and Mr- Theo-
dore I.olt. rina ll
- a -----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Krhlay 8:lfi p.m. S.nnoii: "An Kver-
InstiiiK '-ov.-ii in i 'ii. -j Sh ii...!
si.oii-..iv,i hv North Khon It'nal It'rlth
lanlge and Chain.,. Saturday 9 .
i ..n-.-i-iaik.il aarvte^ ..- n-;, *-m.
slii.U-iiis of Poaijilu u tatdbLlnii, u*/*'1*
TEMPLE NCR TAM.D. loth
Tatum Waterway. Meder, t.*"' T.
t.onai. Rabbi Etiger."T ..J,"* 7
Cantor Saul H. Breeh. ''""-a
1'ii.l i.v >:!.-. j..i.i. Bereuun v
:.....I to I'lo In Vain.'' -v <
TEMPLE OR OLOM~ "cons-r-v.,,
755 8W 1h St. Miami V^l
. Smue' ^f"- c"-' Oer,h, SSS
rYiday >:S p.m. trueat -u.,. ,, ,*'"
/'V-L':;^"' *"' <>" tSuSZ
Co vans nL'
Salurda.
ii."..ii.
Mitrvah: Hioky aotTof Mr *
John tiartaa. Mfm-Ua &-13
'' M,
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH M:iy,
12.00 NB 15th ave. Reform a,t'
oU M- *-owv ** m
| Krlilny s:15 p.m. avrtnan; -| xu
; Unagi ." Bar Ultturah: Kobe: TZ
.t.i. and Ai.s. Latin Ajn.-t r
TEMPLE TIFERET~JACOa 151
Flamingo Way. Centervat.v-. BbSJ
Hyman Gross. "ol
I"iiila> Ml", p.m. Ooent ipagJLI v..
IK. 11. rVrdia. < hu-,- suaub** ,,..,
I nor.il I.v Ilialeali-Mia'i.i bpringaJVw.
I isli War Veterans ami AuxIsUry >ir
;trla> :i a.m. s.. in..n. "Weeiilv 1! .
I tion of ilu. Uw." y
JD
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 *,-,, ,v,
Rabb. Hershcl Broohs. Ca^or b- '
Dickson.
Prltlay 8:16 ii.m Rermon:
I Change In American Thinking." .\. 1
inainbera will honored Katbrdat
18:43 a in. S.rmon: "Death ol Life
TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. Cantor Leo Uriich.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Olanti.
------ a------
YOUNG ISHAc. -so NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
f'rldn} 5:18 p.m Sal ... m Km-
in..11: -'I'liis la Tou l.ifi
RABBI SAMUEL AfKIL
new beginning
vanced in years." in the words
of the other. What an astound
ing difference! One merely
means that he achieved dignity
with years, the other that age
had conquered him. The aged j
patriarch was still vitally con |
cerned with life. His wife. Sarah. !
had died at the age of 127, but
her righteous qualities and beau- ;
ty lived on in his heart. He}
sought a bride for his pride, ,
Isaac. Abraham welcomed the
serenity of age. the cooling of j
ardor, the tranquility of a settled
mature nature.
Some people grow old grace-
fully and possess the rare dig-
nity ol age. Others never achieve
dignity they jus) grow graj
gracelessly. Let Abraham and
Sarah teach you to "come ol
age," to appreciate each God-
given day. and approach the end
of life with the joy and knowl-
edge oi each new beginning.
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So. Florida United Synagogue Youth
Plan Leadership Conclave at Beth David
South Florida Sub-Region Ol the
I iiited Synagogue Youth oi the
I United Synagogue of America, un-
der the leadership of its presi-
dent. Miss Barbara Segal, of Tem-
ple Menorah. will hold its annual
leadership conclave at Beth Dav-
id Congregation on Sunday.
Miss Segal will be assisted by
Stanley Narkier. vice president,
of Temple Beth El, West Palm
Beach, and Miss Ann Scherr. sec-
retary, of Beth David. Some 250
USY's have already been register-
ed for the program, which be-
gins at 10 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
A Reform Congregation
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob G. Bormlein, Cantor
Serif ices Many, :I5 PJH.
"WILL THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
NOW CHANGE ITS TEACHINGS
ABOUT JEWS?"
Fred Wellisch, president of Beth
David USY, will begin the pro-
gram by leading the assemblage
in Schacharit services. Carolee
Sloane. of Temple S;nai. Holly-
| wood, will lead the group in sing-
ing, to be followed by brunch
j served bv Beth David Sisterhood.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
eMend greetings on behalf of
Beth David and address the group
at luncheon. A Torah study ses
sion will be led by Rabbi Allen
Rutchik, director Of the Southeast
Region of the United Synagogue
of Amenta His subject uiil lie
"The Jewish View of Man, the
World and the Future."
Abraham Gittelson, education
director of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, will conduct a special College
Bowl program, in which 12
USY'ers will match wits and dis-
play their learning in a series of
subjects on Jewish themes. Spec-
ial leadership workshops will be
led by three regional officers.
Richard Kay, Temple Sinai, Hol-
lywood, regional first vice presi-
dent; Richard Friedman, Temple
Menorah, second vice president;
and Pearl Rubin, Temple Sinai,
regional recording secretary.
A special board meeting will
discuss plans for South Flon a -
participation in the forthcoming
national convention of United
Synagogue Youth on Dec. 26 to
29 in New York City.
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Page 11-A
XGreater Miami Hosts Annual CJFWF Assembly
;:ntinued from Pag* 1-A
,.iv biologists, demographers,
social vorkers, educators, physi-
cians, mental health specialists,
public welfare authorities and gov-
ernraatf leaders.
D- Buall G. Gallagher, presi-
dent o* City Collage of Now York,
will talk on "American Human
Go. isA Paradox of Affluence
anc Poverty" at the third annual
Herbft R. Abates Memorial Ad-
dress in tribute to the memory
|of a past president of the CJFWF
[at ''* Saturday evening ban
iquet. Other major highlights
|inclLe:
A talk by Irving W. Rabb,
BOIton, on federation flexibil-
respoate to changing needs.;
filiations and responsibilities at
Be Thursday luncheon session.
1 1 wo key sessions Friday
orning on "Overseas Needs and
\ ibilitiet" under the chair-
p of [rving Kane, of Cleve-
past president of the
I and chairman of its Over-
. vices Committee,
firs! session, Moses A.
executive vice chairman
I tmerican Jewish Joint DLs-
| Committee, and Louis D.
CJFWF director of Over-
rvices, will speak on the
situation in Europe and other
overseas areas. Serving as pan-
elists will be Dr. William Haber.
president, American ORT Federa-
tion, and James P. Rice, execu-
tive director of the United Hias
Service.
In the second session, Louis A.
Pincus, treasurer of the Jewish
Agency, Jerusalem, and Honvitz
will discuss the situation in Israel.
Panelists will include Dr. Haber,
Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice
chairman of the Jewish Agency
for Israel. Mrs. Siegfried Kramar
sky, national president of Hadas-
sah, and Leavitt.
Henry L. Zucker, executive
director of the Jewish Commun-
ity Federation of Cleveland, will
peak on "Financing Jewish
Health and Welfare Services" at
a general session Friday after-
noon. Herbert H. Schiff, of
Columbus, chairman of the
CJFWF Committee on Campaign
Services, will preside.
The traditional Assembly Sab-
bath sermon, to be delivered by >
Dr. Lou H. Silberman of Vander-
bilt University, Nashville, will deal
with "Jewish Principles on the.
Anvil of ConflictFive Years Af-
ter the Synagogue Bombings in
the South."
A key event will be the presen-
tation Saturday evening of the
1963 William J. Shroder Memorial
Awards for pioneering achieve-
ment to the Associated YM-YWHAs
of Greater New York for two
unique experiments bTidgirrg the
fields Of health and recreation
concluded by its Mosholu-MOnte
fiore community Center in collab-
oration with Montetiore Hospital;
and the Jewish Family Service of
the Tucson Jewish Community
Council for a dynamic social plan-
ning survey of the aged.
Local Federation Leaders
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Martin Fine, past winner of the
President's Leadership Award and
member of the Executive Commit-
tee, will chair a workshop deal
ing with "Housing for the El ler-
lyWhat Jewish Responsibility?"
Jewish War Veterans National
Commander Daniel Neal Holier,
winner Of the I'M.;; President's
Leadership Award, will be a dis-
cussion leader at the session of,
the National Committee on Lead-|
ership Development.
Mrs Stanley C. Myers, vice pres-
ident of Federation, and one of
the four co-chairmen of the Hos-
pitality and Arrangements Com-
mittee, will be chairman of a
workshop on "Volunteers: Their
Changing Role in Community Ser-
vice."
Mr-. Stanley Arkin. Mrs. Aaron
I'arr, Mrs. Thomas Gerard. Mrs.
Kocky I'omerance and Mrs. Mil-
ton Weinkle will participate in a
demonstration of Miami's "Fed-
eration Coloring Book" at a work-:
shop for women.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, will
chair the panel discussion "Men-
tal HealthThe Nation's No. 1
Health Problem." Dr. Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-EI,
was to deliver the invocation at
a luncheon session on "Federa-
tionFrozen or Flexible?" on
Thursday.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
Temple Menorah, will deliver the
invocation at the Saturday night
banquet.
Four communal leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
head the (Cost Community Com-
mittee They are Lefcourt. Mrs.
Myers. Samuel N. Kriedlaiul. hon-
orary president, and Mrs. I'nrl
Weinkle. a trustee,
Mrs. Aaron Fair and Mrs. Jean
C. Lehman are vice chairmen of
the Assembly. Heading important
committees to assure Miami hospi-
tality are the following commun-
al leaders: Delegates Lounge
Mrs llany Orleans, Mrs. Sidney
M. Schwartz: Wednesday Nlghl
ReceptionMrs. Sidney Lefcourt.
Mrs. Leon Kaplan; Young Leader-
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Night Cocktail PartyMrs. Sam'
Blank, Mrs. Samuel Fricdland.
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C. Myers; Table Decorations-
Mrs. Harold Spaet; Agency Tours
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberu; Par-
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Mrs. Sol Silverman; Message Cen-
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B. Goldstein, Mrs. Raymond R.
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Thau; Ticket SalesMrs, Gerald
Soltz. Mrs. William Brenner; Fav-
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Friday, November 8,
i
Jewish Book Month Now in Full S*|a>J2r to
Reviews Scheduled Throughout County
OR. KING
DR. HESCHEL
HASBI HALPfRH
United Synagogue Golden Jubilee
Will Honor Rev. King With Citation
By Special Report
NEW YORK The Golden Jubi-
lee Convention of the United Syn-
agogue of America will demon-
strate its support of the Negro
community's struggle for civil
rights and honor the acknowledg-
ed leader of that struggle. Dr.
Martin Luther King. The con-
vention will be held Nov. 17 to 21.
Dr. King will be presented to
the convention on Tuesday even-
ing. Nov. 19, by Rabbi Abraham
J. Heschel. professor of Jewish
ethics and mysticism at the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America, convention chairman,
Milton Berger, has announced. Dr.
Heschel has lectured and written
extensively on the cause of hum-
;.n rights, and was the keynote
speaker at the Conference on Race
and Religion in Chicogo last win-
ter.
Dr. King and Dr. Heschel will
appear at a convention session
devoted to the hundredth anni-
versary of President Lincoln's
Emancipation Proclamation. A
special Solomon Schechter
Award will be presented to Dr.
King by President George Mais-
len for his role in "translating
the prophetic vision of Abraham
Lincoln into a living reality."
Dr. King will deliver a major
address to the convention.
The United Synagogue, which
Welcome
Wagon
Remembers
Special Family
Occasions
Carrying on our community's
traditional hospitality,
Welcome Wagon Calls
are made when your
family celebrates a
(ajixtcenth birthday,
announces an
i engagement or
the birth of
new baby,
or move*
to a new
home.
was founded in 1913. will bol I Nj
Golden Jubilee Convention at the
Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake.
N.Y. Some 2.000 rabbis and lay
leaders are expected to attend.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica is the congregational arm of
the Conservative movement, with
774 congregations in the U.S. and
Canada.
Presiding at the session will be
Rabbi Harry Halpern. of the East
Midwood Jewish Center in Brook-
lyn, chairman of the Joint Com-
mission on Social Action of the
United Synagogue.
Only once before has the United
Synagogue presented a special
Solomon Schechter Award, which
is named in memory of the founder
of the organization. In 1947, the
award was given to Sen. Herbert
H. Lehman.
Among delegates attending
from the Southeast Region will
be Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sussman,
Temple Menorah. president; Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Mann, Temple
Sinai. Hollywood, regional vice
president; Sidney Kay. Temple
Sinai president; Rabbi Irving
Lchrman. Temple Emanu-EI; Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz, Temple
Menorah; Rabbi and Mrs. Norman
Shapiro. Beth David; Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Schilf. Beth David;
[rving Seidel. Beth Torah Congre-
gation; and Rabbi Allen Rutchik,
director. Southeast Begion, Unit-
ed Synagogue of America.
Merger Meeting Saturday
America! Natural ftygicne So-
ciety. Greater Miami Chapter, and
Miami Beach Dade Chapter, will
hold a joint meeting to merge on j
Saturday evening at Washington
Federal Savings Auditorium. 1234 j
Washington Ave. Julius Beren.son |
is president ot the Greater Miami i
Chapter. Mrs. Ann Scharps is
president ol Miami Beach-Dado J
Chapter.
Celebration of Jewish Book
Month is now in full swing, ac-
cording to an announcement by Al
Sherman, chairman of the Jewish
Book Month Committee of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education
Two open public meetings will
be held on December 2. One is
scheduled lor Oceanfront Auditor-
ium, in cooperation with the
Miami Beach Recreation Depart
ment at 8 p.m. Theme ol the
evening will be "Recent Novels |
from Israel Mrs. Dorothy Krieg-
er Fink will review "Fortunes of
a Fool." by Aharon Megued. Is-[
i raeli novelist. Louis Schwartz-
man will review 'Dust," by Yael
i Dayan, daughter of Israel's Min-,
j ister of Agriculture. Melvyn,
Frumkes will review "House of
Hope," by Lynne Banks, now liv-
ing in a kibbutz in Israel.
The same evening, at :30
p.m., the second open meeting
will be held at Beth Torah Con-
gregation in cooperation with
the congregations of North Dade.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx, ol
Temple Menorah, will review
"Eichmann in Jerusalem," by
Hannah Arendt, and a special
showing will be held of the pic-
ture "The Eichmann Story," pre-
sented recently on television by
the Armstrong Circle Theatre.
The Bureau has scheduled book
reviews throughout the commun-
ity for groups of Hadassah. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
j ORT, Pioneer Women, B'nai
B'rith Women. Sisterhoods and
Brotherhoods of local congrega-
tions, and for brunches of the
' local YM and YWHA.
Book reviewers include Rabbi
, Simon April. Herbert Berger, Rab-
bi Jonah E. Caplan. Mrs Elga
Eason. Mrs. Dorothy Kneger Fink.
Abraham Gittelson. Mrs. Sanford
.lacobson. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-I
witz, Rabbi Harold Richter. Rab
bi David Rosenfeld. Rabbi Her
shel Brook-. Louis Schwartzman.'
and Mrs. Alfred Stone.
Book exhibits are now appear-
ing in local libraries and book.
Stores, with special posters and
book lists issued by the Bureau.
In the Jewish schools, the Bu-
reau is sponsoring a book review
contest for all students of jun-
ior and senior high school level.
Special entry blanks have been
mailed to schools by the Bureau,;
listing the books to be reviewed,
contest rules, and prizes. Win-
ners will be interviewed over Ch.,
I 7 on Sunday, Dec. 8, 10:30 a.m.,'
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Temple Emanu-EI Launches New Courses
In Adult Education Program Here
Temple EmanuiE. announces the ft singing of tb* prayers offered
(?ppnfng cfits adult eufficntion pro- during worship services
gram for the 1963-G4 season. A
full course of study and lectures
is being offered to the commun-
ity.
First series of the Daytime In-
stitute, beginning Nov. 12, at 10
a.m., includes Hebrew classes for
those who have no previous knowl-
edge of the language and wish to
learn the basic mechanics, and |
Conversational Hebrew for those I
At the conclusion of the three
sessions, participants will join in
an informal hour with Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
Temple, in discussions of current
interest. Mrs. Milton Sirkin is co-
ordinator of this Sisterhood-spon
sored program, and Mesdames
Maurice Cans, Isidore Lorber and
Thomas Trent are co-chairmen.
Temple Emanu-EI is alo inau-
iring Lehrman, spiritual
Lr of Temple Emanu-EI,
I Washington Ave., will
ite at opening late serv-
: the Temple on Friday
Lg, 8:30 p.m. Sermon
i will be "Survival in
am A Commentary
tf. Salo Baron." Cantor
\d\er renders the musi-
^irtions of the liturgy,
=n Yomen conducting
who may have a trip to Israel gurating an Evening Institufe
in mind. this year for men and women who j
Courses will be taught by Mrs. cannot attend the morning classes.
Aliza Brenner and Mrs. Amalia These sessions also begin on Nov.
Goffer. Cantor Hirsh Adler will; 12. at 8 p.m., and offer Elemen-
|g Adults
Celebrate
oaring 20s," the young
^p of the Miami YMHA.
that the highlight of
fani lor the month of
will be a pie-wedding
honoring the marriage
sident and the first vice
I ul the club on Thurs-
14, 8:30 p.m., at the
pday evening, Nov. 21st,
Uil celebrate Thanksgiv-
.1! as the birthdays of
] during the current
single men and worn-
years of age, are in-
in.
conduct a third course to fami-
liarize women with congregation-
Post-Conf ir mands I
At Beth Am
Post Confirmation Club of Tem-
ple Beth Am. met Monday evening
foi its monthly dinner- meeting.
Discussion group was led by Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
Attending were Bonnie Blum,
Jim Baiter. Matt Engel. Jeff Free-
man, Loren Rapport. Sharon Kur-
land. Barbara Harrison, Merrie
Blocker. Muriel Light, Fenny Mas-
ters, Shelley Perch, George Fisher,
Robert Feldman, Linda Green,
Debbie Fien, Marcia Orovitz and
Dorrc Kornbcrg.
Also Jack Guother, Jack Gold-
stein, Karen Kruglick, Ellen Glas-
son, Ted Silver, Jan Kantor, Har-
old Sanes, Michael Leone. Iiene
Rapp, Greg Levine, Jud Marcus,
; Judy Clein, Susan Sarbey, Ronald
1 Lieberman, Judith Spiegel, Leslie
1 Reiken, Richard Roth and Susan
Bernstein.
Elected to office were Muriel
' Light, secretary; Jud Marcus,
; junior vice president; Richard
j Roth, senior vice president; and
! Marcia Orovitz, treasurer.
tary Hebrew conducted by Mor-
tis Tarasow, education director of
the Temple; Advanced Hebrew j
led by Mrs. Haviva Tsour; and a
course in the Bible, "What Makes
ii the Book of Books?", with Ms. I
Ida Porush as instructor. All j
classes will he held in the Tem-j
pie's main school building at 1701
Washington Ave.
Another feature of Temple
Emanu-El's adult education pro-.
gram is the Torah Luncheon Club,
led by Dr. Lehrman. This class, I
which meets bi-monthly at the.
Shelborne Hotel, is an intensive
Course in the Torah, utilizing texts!
and commentaries. Ben Zion
Ginsburg is chairman.
Raphael Yunes is chairman of
the Board of Education of the
Temple under whose auspices the
entire adult education program is
sponsored.
'52 Association Party
A membership cocktail party
sponsored by the 52 Association Of
Greater Miami, will be held on
Sunday, Nov. 17. from 2 to 5 p.m..
at the Deauville Hoteljs Napoleon
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Friday. November
Browsing With stoofa: By HtURY MINDLIN
The Arrogant Commodore Was a Magnificent Sailor
NAVY lAAVEtICK UB1AM PHILLIPS LEVY. By
van Frti#*trc*- > S*< Sp"f 57> pp. Me* Yr%:
DubMir HSO
HE TUMULTUOUS STOkY of AtKi '
rankiae Jew* n**ai officer. rt*H t** jtctti and
, M -> 2* L**> ** '* **k Ja* h Math otrtbca;.
** so 3*C. ft* aiptwd for tie b*n of cabas, fcoy oo
is* Xesy Jerusalem. a*keg on*> on* uiawiauoc: he t*c
t t* odc n> riiiiiiliM"t '* >*** to pr*** fc*
-. Hi: V..'z *.-. I Ml he eaT6*n >*r later m tau
famotu M*oni t* Con#r*M n Aaaencar. uuior
.-: i :- Mb asN fn:A bsaa "' allowed u> for-
M
- Thoaua asffe pnrtrasl feast skeetiy after Unah
!>-.-. ... -.or n i ..-->.-.'. ..-. :81T
-...--. at a wbip. with
tat pea*
*:.-. enSSBJtl'".-
It -. I
.".*.- ii. '"
ii..-. kSJ '
SemitiMft a
..--- "^"'- "^-"! .-: icuring '
u loWiit htgfc across hu chest, back stiff.
I little of the fierce pride ..-. self
IjCS ai ha* hallmark
l.-r. .*.-.* -i.-t-.r-- ;/ hkfl hi i';C ''-'- ''' ''''
. :..- .:r.i Ni i. IIHI atiskaj frecf.
.-..t ~.oo-e. hj ImM *:,n **"
every le-vti of the Navy Sometimes he
(Ktfn jt arifk due**: other Une> be socked the offending
^ or Ml kwee *:tn a Urade of hi* ou You re a dam-
ned biackruard either of which invariably landed
him in trooMe f oort rrarualed six times, he was twice
discharge ?*- "a-.> and reinstated Three years
ioi*tr*i*g his last cashiering, after n* had MCcessfuOy
-lefeaded himself in an impassioned address to a Naval
Court of InejOSrj be was made Flag Officer of the M'-di-
.:h the title of Commodore at that
Mgfaeat rank He *2- -xty-eight.
A magnificent seaman, he was th. ,.-. i
for the abolition >i flogging in the Unite* -
TO Levy who bought ar.d restored sfcoau Je^
hone, MonticHlo. and presented it on h,- deat% to(
nation, although it was not until many years bfetJ
the bequest was fulfilled by his nephew L' > alo.
missioned and gave to the country the statin of j^fj
that stands tow .n the Rotunda of the Capitol; i $\
only one of the group that was not pMBMaed bj fe
or state funds.
It i| the exciting stoiy of an excitir, ma
authors have not >pared his foibles Hi
ielf-rigbteooteM which evoked great eaaut iMftd
Na\y brass, many of whom were sheeri> I I ttejj ?A
ruination Ncith.r have they withh.
ma jest) of the man. his dauntless and
courage ami bo< e all. the flashing pride
for which he- lived and fought and died.
Foreign Mews tetter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Complex Aspects of the Sabbath Conflict in Jerusalem
THE
.v... ia Jem
",.;. "'' o
-. i leuriel traflW coming
Mgk ike Hsmdtfbaum Gate
th- l-r frontlet
..nri a bj the
OrthoJox quarter of Haa Shea-
coajoti rod Iwo ireeka
. a oeaionatratioa of stick-
abolition of Be
hid
pron '' oula
rated
ii
tratio i
a
: Re


' ma-
11 iel i '
rjem
them a
.' b
the anti i oereion Lea
barn In' Irom
,,ii quertei in thi of Ihe
laru tali... Post 'i tie anti
coercion lea< h probably con*
mitted kuicidc Ihe 'lay It came
to Jerusalem with rubber trun-
I tl' OILS
Prime Mini ter Levi K-hkol in
hih addren at the opening of
i new Kn< teel term thai
i warning

;,n,; i the Govi rnmenl will
not ;. ence
ol Ji Th<
noli)
estrainl I Mr
polia

Kshkol W8I rii-h'
' ll
co ild be i irried on .
Kneeset or in Uh I It) I o
bul nof in the itreet with the
aid ol itonei and truncheons. In-
.j special Ministerial '
mittea has been appointed to
eek j possible alternate route
from Mandelbaum Gate so that
tourist traffic to and from the
frontier crossing could move
out of Mea Sheanm and no
doubt a solution to this Sabbath
i found Hewi '
ire running high, and
the trouble .. 'nat the ';ar..
--.'.t .' tne present course
of eveetl are not sufficiently ap-
Leal -eek the Rabbi of Klaus
rg Rabbi Yekutiel Malber-
stam wlio came here four years
ago a-.o '-stablished. near Na
thanya. the town of Sanz. an-
nt'-r.t:on to leave
I-ra'-| The ann'Mincement fell
like a bombshell since the rea
was that he could no
and the Sabbath
turbancei and the general state
of affair- concerning religion in
A few da) later, Rabbi
Halberstam announced thai he
< bom 'I' irture at
Shazar,
ncy
man. and S '/.
: Of the AgeOl .:.
lion Departmi inter-
. of
and the : itui e ol the
postpone m) trip, he declared.
yet, while appreciating Rabbi
Halberstam'i sincere feelings,
ore cannot but wonder whether
his announcement about his
decision to leave the country
contributed to the enhancement
of his prestige and of the values
he so earnestly wishes to fur-
ther. There is no "conditional"
rn to ZiOH even according
u adMiosial religious con-
cept, and surely such an ap-
proach cannot have a favorable
impact on the minds of Ihe peo-
ple here. After all. many ar-
by his return to Ihe Uru-
Statei Rabbi Halberstam
would not be contributing any-
thing to the cause which is so
sacred to him, but rather de-
ig it
- irel) very little is contrib-
uted and indeed much !
York in which the del ,
tor- carried banner- telling of
i" in Israel. Th,
criminal distortio.
not by any desire to seel i
meeting of minds but by a
hatred of Israel, which is ii
frightening.
The religious problem-
the young State are no les
tricate and difficult thai
"earthy" ones.
Cop.fol Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN
State Dep't. Has U.S. Aid All Figured Out
Washington
CTATE Da
pertinent p>i
icy ni.il < are
[.l.ioiiiiiH to in
crease econom-
ic assistance to]
Ihe lulled Ai ab
R publ I C as
higkly nri|xir
lanl to our long run poSej in the
Neaj Ba < The Department,
meafwbile, i i eager to "pkj a
IsraeJ out of eligibility for low
Interpat American loans.
iiavid Bell, administrator of
the U.S. Agency lor International
Development, recently lauded Is-
rael's economic progress as such
that Israel was no longer con-
idcred in need of American
grants. Israel was to he grad-
uated form grants to loans.
It has now been revealed by
Israeli officials that even loans
to Israel may be terminated. Con-
tinuation of the loan program is
~^BMMsi* BKVIKH'KD ~
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essential to get Israel over the
b u rn p economically. Israel's
needs are complicated because
she receives no US. military as-
sistance yet must finance delen
0 against the Soviet ultra-mod-
ern arms acquired by the UAR.
The United Arab Republic arms
deals with Moscow are indirei ily
subsidised by maswve American
grants and loans to the Nasser
regime.
The criteria for aid to Israel
en baaed on the principles ol
social lustice, responsible public
administration, and Israel's na-
tional sense of purpose The ba-
sis for increased assistance to
Nasser appears to be political ex-
pediency and an attempt to pur-
chase the favor of the I Ale in
the Bast West dispute.
A thaw in the cold war may
have been indicated in the ratifi-
cation of the Amcrican-Sovict-
Kritish nuclear test ban treaty,
but the State Department's ap-
peasement of Nasser remains un-
changed.
John D. Jerncgan, Deputy As-
sistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs, has open-
ly revealed the thinking of his
Department In a letter to na-
tional commander Daniel Noal
Heller, of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, Mr. Jtrnegan dismissed
the case made by those Ameri-
cans who feel that the United
States should no longer bolster
the Egyptian economy so that
Nasser can divert his own funds
for Soviet arms and Nazi rocket
research.
Jernegan said that "if foreign
aaSaStansje is to be used positive-
ly, the threat of its termination
cannot be usefully injected into
profound and intractable political
problems." "The Department be-
lieves that withdrawal of U.S.
assistance, so clearly associated
with the UAR's economic devel-
opment, would aggravate the sit
uation in the Near East by forc-
ing the UAR to become almost
totally dependent on the Soviet
bloc," said Jernegan.
He warned that "sioce with-
drawal of aid would seriously
damage our relations with the
UAR, it would reduce the ability
of this Government to exercise-
its influence for peace in the
area, and the threat to the secur-
ity of Israel would be increased
rather than diminished."
Therefore, it enhances Israel's
Security when the United States
helps Nasser to buy Soviet arms.
In the view of the State Depart-
ment.
( Write as I Please
By CARL ALPERT
Israel's Sc. Africa Policy
ijai"A No aspect of lsrael*s I
< ,, ira ighl v t: n
n difficulties than thi
,th the maj rity al the L't
*at ad with the i
against South Africalimited
bul sanctions nevertheless,
From the Oral days of the creation i
State of Israel, the South African governn !
had been a good friend of Israel. Reco
anu .-uppori were men by Pretoria, when others still
by and waited.
Furthermore, the Jewish community of the country
100,000 strong, had been one of the bulwarks of financial
port for I .real. It has long been axiomatic that the per capita
gifts of South African Jews are far higher than those of an)
other Jewish community in the world.
Nevertheless. Israel has recalled its Minister to South
Africa, leaving only a Charge D'Affaires at the Legation, and
El Al is discontinuing its flights to that country. Further steps
are in the ofling. And the South African government has ban-
ned transfer of local lunds to Israel.
There has been criticism here of Israel's policy. Voices
are raised, especially among the opposition parties, asking
why Israel is suddenly so concerned for the fate of the South ,
African natives. Jews are ill-treated in Russia, yet we do not
recall our Ambassador to that country.
Critics also point out that it is not wise to support sanc-
tions against a country because of its internal policies. Have
we forgotten that the threat of sanctions was poised over Is-
rael's head when v.e hesitated to withdraw from Gaza? And
who knows when '.he .ame threat may be turned against us
again in connection with, say. return of Arab refugees, now
that the precedent is serving so well in South Africa's <
And what of the harm which Israel's stand docs to the Jews
ot South Africa
These questions pinpoint the elements which have male
the decision so p;.inlul to take, yet the great majority in Is-
rael will agree that the step has been necessaryand that for
two reasons.
One is the political motivation. The winning of friendship
and support Irom the newly-independent states of Africa is
not merely useful ana desirable. In the cold calculations of
international relations, it has become a vital necessity for
Israel's security. With the presently constituted membership
of the UN. simple arithmetic shows that the Communist bloc,
the Arab-Moslem bloc, and the Afro-Asian bloc among them,
command a majority or the votes. In any issue on which they
can agree these three groups are in a position to impose titeir
will on the United Nations. It should be abundantly clear,
therefore, why Israel, even only as a matter of political ex-
pediency, can not dare to alienate the African states, and es-
pecially on a matter which means so much to them as forth-
right and unequivocal opposition to the apartheid policy of
South Alrica.
But even if there were no political considerations involv-
ed, it is hard to set how Israel could have avoided a tirm
stand on a mo>-al issue so closely related to Jewish principles
of equality and human dignity.


November 8, 1963
nVaa-sVA aHL, -*^*-x ^
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
NOTICE UNDER
.T.TIOUS NAME LAW
i ,; is HEREBY GIVEN that
. .|gned, desiring 1" wiiwsc- In
mder the fictitious name of
HANI vN BAR Bl 1880 Coral
Florida Intends to r.*a-
., name ith Ihe Clerk of the
i ot I'.i-i"' County, i-'ini-
ii H IVHHON
Sole >a ner
.v i; \i:s
. ,,.r Applicant
,1 Sir.-. 1
10 lv--.'.'.. 11 '1-S
I
NOTICE UNDER
TiTIOUS NAME LAW
'; is HEREBY GIVEN thai
duned, desiring i" engage iii
mdcr rlie flctltloua name ol
IIAI1 .ii 888 N. Royal Poln-
levard, .Miami Springs, Flor-
- in register shuI name with
,1 (Iip i' n nil i 'mill of Hail.
r i.I:.
LLIH II STRAW8ER
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,v HARM
Ippllcanl
-I Stl'ccl
l'i 18-15. II l-<
|h COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
.\D FOR OADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE
No. 60492-A
i .; SCitKBIBER
. il
NOTICE OF PROBATE
TATF OF n <-------
:rbons interested in
1ST \ I I-. 'i .--.... .
. hereb) notified that a writ-
ill purporting U) be Ill**
testament >.f aald d< m -
n admitted to probate In
v.iu re haraby oammand*
\ nlendu r month** i .*i
the firs! publication of
ii appear in anld Courl
.iiiM-. If any you .-an. why
-i said Court in admtttuas
- probute should not .-laud
'. P i:l.ANTON
''.....ity Judge
is i'. pastorfi ei.p.
Clerk
u of T !>*-' notice ori
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Trust Bldg.

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COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'.D FOR OADE COUNTY,
|r_ORlDA IN PROBATE
No. 22189-B
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UCATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
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hereby liivcn ihat
ir Final Report and I'.-ii-
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|OLNTv JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
'IDA IN PROBATE
No 60998-B
menu
BY HENRY LEONARD
BETHELSHUL
DAILY 70a yA
SARBATH r-M
EVE.......O flM.
MORNING.. 9MA.M,
PRESIDENT'

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"And he accepted the office
with such humility!"
C-j-k. IS*), Dm-MW P-mUiI-sii
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61114-C
IN RE: Batata of
K1RVIN K. BHAFTON
1 ?,-.'... HI 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors .ml ah Person-- Hav-
ing Clalmi or Demands Against said
Batata:
v..11 are hereby notified and rs-
* 11111-. .I I., preasnl an) claliav and de-
nuin.is which you ma) have ajfainsl
he eatuta of KIRVIN K. SHAFTuN
decenaeii li. of Bade County, r.or-
Uta, i" Hie Count; Judaea of Dads
County, and file tli same In dupli-
cate ami a.-* provided ii. Bsction 7.'>::.li..
Kl..ii.ln Statutes, in their ofOcee in
the County Cotarihoumi in Bade Oonn-
1} Florida, within six calendar inontha
from the tin.....1 the first publication
hereof, "i the Home wilt be ii:nr-.i.
Hated at Miami, Florida. tl.i -2nd
dny of IK*lota r, A 1> I98S.
ELAINE II HHAFTON
As Ex.-cui1 ix
Flrsl publh-ail..11 nl iiiis notli on
: hi J -ill da) ..I 1 ......! 1 IMS
l,i:. >N KAPLAN ..I
Myers. Helman, Kaplan .x Cut small
......lie) foi Executrix
IS.U I -in ,-i
in 25, 11 1 -*-:"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY tllVEN that
.In iin.leisiaii.il. desiring t.. engage in
business under the flctltloua name .if
KSI'I BROKERAGE CO. at 108 N.W.
lOSrd Mri'i'i. Miami, Florida Intend to
register said name with the < 'l.-rk of
the Circuit Court of iini.- County,
ll.ili.la.
IRVING TtHlRIS
< m. Hall Interest
BSPEHANZA TORRIS
One-Half Interest
AARON M. BANNER
Hi Seourity Trust lll.ln.
.Miami ::.'. Ili.iida
lit _'.. p 1-8-18
\
Huv-
.-ai.l
Bl' CHARIJ
i.NAItll C
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k i:.-.-!.1.1;
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on
tE TO CRFDITORS
md All Persona Hav-
'emanda Aaumsl t-uiid
'''> notified an.l re-
-it an) clalmi or de-
)ou ma) have aaalnal
I KtiXARU CHARLES
i *.il lat.* of Deale
l,:i- lo Ihe i '..inn > .Iiiiib.s
Ity, mid file the -ani. in
..- provided in Section
Slattilra, in their ,,f-
1 int) I'.illl thiHl.-e ill
II. ridn. within si\ al-
"iii the iiin.* ..I Hi.
hereof, or Ihe -am.
ami, Florida, thii llth
. VI' i:'>;::
MB KEBSI.ER
B* ,ntii\
lion ..r uila
' -ft..her. ilOi.I
i-y.i.v
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Miami :;2. Ha.
i" I"-::.. II 1-8
JY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE
l t 04/-C
C"IIKN-
fO CREDITORS
"nl All I'ersons ||;(v-
entanda Aainat said
"tlfied and re-
l> any elaiins or de-
*-mft-\' *ve aanioal
FNKjNH K. COIIKN
I'ade t:ounty, Klor-
> Jlldlies ,,f Haile
the same In dupll-
;.l in Semi.,,, J3J.I-J,
In their ,,ff|,*,'S j
us.* ill Pail, i'miiii-
si'* calandar monthn
|h ffrtst publication
N THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE
RE: Bstute ..f
No. CI005-A
Ri 'Si-: I1IAI.I.I'. also know n
as i:i 'Si*: i il.SI i iK,
I as.-l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'i..(.(..!.- and til H
I inandr Agalnal
\ ,.,i ., i. ii\ notified ami re-
I ni'i to present an) claims and de-
mand* which you ma> have aaalnal
Hi.- estate of RDBH BIALIX), also
knoun as ROBE HI.8HAK deceased
la i. .. K Inas 'ouni). .x-> ^ ia k, tu
the Count) .i:i.I-..- "i i'ade County,
an.I file Hi.- Hum*, iii duplicate anil as
provided In Section 718.18, Florida
Statutes, In Hi. 'i offices in the Coun-
tl Courthouse In Pui.* County, Flor-
ida, within >i** ..l.n.iar months from
ih. time mi ihe nisi niiiilieatii.ii here-
of. hated nl Miami. Florida, tins lltli
da) mi October, A.l>. 198.1
SVI.VIA BBRCI'N
As Anolllary Admlnistratrls
Flrat pnl.lirallMii ..i ihis not I.....II
Ihe 1Mb da) of October, 1988.
FREDERICK ZHH IKK
Attorney for B^'lvla Beroun,
Ai.elllar> Admilli-llall i.\
42U Ian. "in Road
m 18-25, 11 1-S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 11395
MAIIV .IKAMNK I'KAVV,
Plaintiff
\s.
HUGH I'KAVV.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VOI". Ilt'iill I'KAVV. It. .-i.I. ii. e
rrikiiMWii. are notified I" serve a copy
"i your nnawer lo Divorce Complaint
filed against you on Plaintiffs attor-
ney, tlKOKGK NICHOLAS, 612 N.W,
mil A vs., Miami Fin., and file orla-
"! tlii- Court ..ii "i
1988, ol
. ompl nl will ii ..iii, sued b) ) uu.
DATBI' '. loin r :".', I9<
i: II I.KATHERMAN
Cli rh of ill.- i 'In nil i 'miii-i
II) K M I.Y.U \N
Deputy l I' ik
I" 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.ri.l-: I- KBREBY GIVEN I list I
: h. mill, i sign*
business undei the fictitious name "i
KKSOBT FASHIONS COMPANY at
190 \:\V I'll.I An Miami Intendu I"
lealster snld name wiih (he Clerk of
he i i cuil Court of Pad.- Com ly,
Klorlda
I1ENJ VMIN RERC.RJN
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Florida,
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; vi'i.A.v
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*f this
Boiler, 1961
Wan -k Cattman
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II
1". le-18, 11 1 I
bam
this
notlr
Ml
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 10944
THE wn.i.i \.\isi:ri:.;ii
HAVINGS HANK.
I'lalntltl.
DOMENICO NICAsTIIo. a slnalo
man.
I lef. n.l int
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: pMtneiii.o N'Ua.-ti.i. a single man
1"6 I'ow i-r Road
PawtUcket, Rhode Island
You are hw.-by notified that the
above captloned aetion has been in-
stituted aauinst you In the fir. nit
Court of tin. ICleVenth Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida In and for Dade Coun-
t> to li.ieeli..-.. a mortgage upon the
following described real property:
Ixit 26, Clock r.4 COItAI< I'ARX ES-
TATES, SECTION R acconling to
the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Hook 6S at I'nga M of the Public
Reoorda of Dade I'ounty, Florida.
Yoii nr,* re<|iilred to flU* your an-
-wer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of tin .iior.said Court, and
s.ive a COpy th.ie.if ui'mii plaintiffs
a I ionic MARTIN FINH, 14th Hoor.
I'ade I'.-.l.-r.il linildlng. Miami t
Eloridn. not later than Novembi-r IS.
I98S, or n Decree l'i.. Contaaaa will be
entered afralnal >..u.
DATED: October I". 1988.
K. II. I.KATHERMAN
Clark of Ihe Ciroull Court
I seal) B) : K. M l/V.MAX
ii.-i'iiii iii rk
MARTIN FINE
Attorne) rot Plaintiff
i nli Floor I..... I i Bldg.
.Miami 8, Florida
In In-.1:., ii 1-8 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No. 60123-A
IN RE: Esta.....f
SOPHIA Ki 'SIIEI.EWK V.
Deceaee-ii.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t.. All Creditors and All PcMoas llav-
Iiik claims mi Demandu Against said
Estate:
Y.Hi are hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have agnlnsl
Ihe .slat,- ..I SOPHIA Kl'SIIHI.KV-
sky deaaaaad late of Pade i'..uniy,
Florida t.t the County Judges of P.'ide
CoaUlty. and file the same in duplicate
and as provided ill Section 788.18,
FlOTlda Statutes, in their oftloai iii
the County C.iiirih.'iise in DtadS i'miiii-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
Irom the time of the first publication
h.-ie.ii'. or ihe same will he barred!.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
day Of October. A.D. 198.1.
IIARI.EY i: KCS1IEI,
As Executor
First publication of thin notice on
the 18th day of Ocl.ili. r. 196:1.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executor
1406 Blsoayne p.hig.
Miami U, Ha.
_ lO/IS-25. U/l-8
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.rVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaaa in
business under tho fictitious names of
The Wedding BhOppe; The llrldal
Puth: Welcome itride at :ii4 Coral
Way, Mian.i intends to register --.nil
mini.* with tin- Clerk of the Chcult
Court of Pade County, Honda.
MARIAN KRKEFIEI.P
Sole Owner
10/18-2.".. II 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
tin* undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SCUBAVIT8' HEADTU PRODCCT8
at 9884 Bird Road intends to register
sai.i name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl ..I Pad.- Countv. Florida.
Kit MARVIN M SILA'ERBERU
Sole Owner
I'.\l I. KWITNEY
Bllvi-r-t.-in. Ewltne) A Qoudisa
Attorney for tppllcant
!-'' lam olii Road
m 28. 11/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60970-A
IN RE: Estate of
SAM H.ESS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
N'.hi are hereby notified and re-
quired to pies, in any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
i.....-iat.- of sam El.ess deces.....
lat. of I'ade Comity, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade Count-y, and
file the same in duplicate ami as pro-
\ hied iii Section 783.16, Florida Stat-
in.-.-. In their offices In tlu* County
Courthouse in Pad.- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1Mb
day ot October, A.D. 1963.
BARRY Zl'KBRNICK
As Esacutor
First publication of this notl i on
Hi.* 85th day of Ooinber, 1983,
HARRY BBKERNICK
Attorney for Bzeoutor
IL't" I.inc..In R.I., Miami Reach
10/25. II '1-8-13
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 60897-A
IN RE Estate of
TIIEI.MA POROEfi
Pee, as,-,I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Clalma or Demand! Against .-aid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
ouired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may nave against
the .state of THEI.MA POROES de-
consasl late of Pa.le County. Florida,
to Ihe County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the i-ame ill duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16. Florida
statutes, in tli.ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Pade County. Flor-
iiia. within six* calendar months rrom
the lime oi Hit- first publication here-
of, ..r the .-am.- will be barred
Dated lit Miami. Florida, this 17th
ria| of i ..toiler. A.D. 196*.
GEORGE CHBREN
As Administrator, CT \
First piihlication of this notice "ii
iln- L'.'.th | BKRKN .X GOBDEN
Attorne) for Administrator CTA
60" Olympla Blilg., Miami .::. Fla
in 25. I! 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. C0881-A
IN RE: Estat. n
I'll KRI.BS DIXi >N,
p.. eas.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'redltors and All Pi i suns n v-
Cln mis mi I i.in.mils Agn in.-' Said
E
Yuu are hereb) notified and re-
quired in pi. i enl an) claims and de
mainls union > i'! mas hai*e a
tin tills ol .11 VRI.ES I i|.\i i\, de-
leased late "t Ihide County, Florida,
to ilo- "'......ly Judges "i I mde i 'o in-
ly, and tile the same In duplicate an.l
as provided In Section 738.16, Floilda
Statutes, in their offices In Ihe Coun-
ty Courthouse in Pad. County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar mouths from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same ill be barred
Paled at Miami, Florida, this llth
da) of (i.tol.er. A.D. 1983,
rllARI.ES A. DIXON
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the --">tii dai- ..f October, 1983,
ROBERT (8COTT KACFMAN
\iioi ne> for Executor
Tel. 379-2788
:ilti Ainsley I'.lda., .Miami. Ha.
H'/LTi. II I-8-1R
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61150-B
IN RE: Bstote ol
l.i H'lS KANE,
P. ..-ase.t.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or P-man-is Against third
Estate:
You are hereby notified and n -
quired t.. iresent an) clalma and de-
mands which you ma> have asa-lnsl
the estate of LOCH* KANE deceased
I..I. oi Pail.- County, H.niila, to the
Count) Judges ol Pad,- Count.*., and
hi. the same In duplicate ami as pro-
vided in Section 738.18, Florida Btttl-
utea, in their offices In the Count)
i'..in ih..us.- iii Dade County, Florida,
Within six caleielnr months from the
'in......' ill. iii si publication Ii.....i.
or the same will be haired.
Paled af .Miami. Florida, iliis 25th
day of i Ictober, A I'. 1963.
MARK i.N S. KANE
As Executrix
First piihlication of this notlci on
ih. i-i dai oi November, 1983.
SEYMl il"R .1. 81 Ml IN
-Miornei lor Executrix
801 Alasle) BuHdlag
___________________ II 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, uesiring lo engugi iu
business under Ihe fictitious name ol
LEGION HEALTH .x- WEDFARE
AGENCY at SOU Coral Way, Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Pade County, Florida.
S VMWAI. INBVRANCK
I'NDERWRITRRS Ni
ROBERT H. TRAURIG
Attorney for Applicant
1135 duPont Building
Miami 82, Florida
in 25. II 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HHREBY GIVEN Ihat
the undersigned, dealring to enga-ge In
liuaineaa under the flotltlous name of
CAPCO PRiiPl'i'TS at 1930 North
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida in-
tends to r.Klst.r said Dame with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County. Florida
t'AI'Cu MANCFACTCR1NG CORP.,
a Florida corn-oration
Bhevin, Ooodmaa .<.- Holtiman
Attorneys for Gapco Manilla. I uilmr
Corp.
By: BYIlVAN N. HOLTZMAX
I" 2.1 I' l--1-,
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 9952
.1 AMI-:.*-- SNOW.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
I M iRi 'Til V SNOW,
I '.-I'eiidaiit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yin*. DOROTHY SNOW, Rome 2,
Farmlnglon, Georgia, are notified to
serve a copy >f your answer to Di-
vorce Complaint filed against von nn
I I;, int if I> attorney, fiEORGB NICH-
' n ts; 'ii-' X IV 12th Ave I
an.l file orlaln il iili Ch k of
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10 25,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih.* unil. reigned, desiring to esgjsgsi m
business under the fictitious nan:.* of
Hi i.N'.; Ki'.Ni: lAll.i'liS at 111 E.
Mauler St., 16 Lorraine Arcade, Mi-
ami. Fla.. iiiiends iii rstglster aaJd
name aith the Clerk of thi Circuit
t 'urn I "I I 'ail. i 'o'llll \ Phil id.I.
DON IVERBON
in. 18-25, 11. l-s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 10589
THE WII.I.IAMSItlRllll
SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff.
vs.
HOMER MARSH \l. JOHNSON, et ux.
Defendant
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Homer Marshal Johnson and
Frances L. Johnson, his wife,
47 Bchuberi Avenue
i ;l.-n.i ile Heights, Illinois
You are hereby uoiifeJI that Ihe
g-haars sapllonsd action has been insti-
tuted ngninsl you in the Cli.-uit Court
ol the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and for Dude County to
foreclose a mortVaue upon the follow-
ing described, real projiert)*:
Lot 1-'. Block :: MYRTLE GROVE
SC1IUIVISION, according to the
I'lat thereof, recorded In Plat Book
53 at llige 90 of the Public Records
of liade Count)', Florida, together
with llntpoiut Disposal; Hot point
Refrigerator; Hotnoint Oven &
Raiixe: Alum. Venetian Blinds;
Bbap unit Detergent ft Spray ami
(llnss Shower Doors.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's ciitnplaiiit with
the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
servo a copy thoreof upon plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor,
Pad.* |'"'I'-,.,: Building. Miami 32,
I Lnnia not later than November is,
196:1, or u Decree Pro Conifesso will be
entered against yon.
DATED: October in. i:*..
i:. i: LEATtlBRMAN
i lei k of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: K. M i.VMAN
Deputy Clei k
MAR PIN FINK
Attorne) for Plaintiff
l Ith Floor I lade Federal Bids;.
Miami :::', Ploi da
m 18-25, 11 1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 6?C 10891
'..... \R SAVINGS DANK I 'i' THE
CITY IF NEW Vi IRK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
l-itci'i-: p PT-triLLo, i Ux, :
I 'i i. II.la Ills
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Bruce D. Pelllln ami Alice I I r -
lo, his wif,-. r, si,ienc. I'nknou
and if remarried, their unknown
spouses, if living and if dead, the un-
known heirs, devisees, urnniees, ,..
slgnees, llenors, creditors, trnsi.-. nr
other claimants cla-lralng by, through,
under or against au\ of the above
named defendants who are deceased
You are hereby notified that the
above captloned notion has been In-
stituted against you in ihe circuit
Court of the nth Judicial Circuit !"
Florida in ami p.r Pad.- Count) I"
foreclose a mortgage upon the folli
uu; described real property:
Lot It, Block l- SCOTT LAKE
MANOR. SECTION SIX. according
to the I'lat thereof, recorded in lint
Book K al Bags II of the Public
Records of Pad,. County, Florida, to-
gether with Venetian Blinds, West-
inahouse Refrigerator lll.-i*.' and
Westunrhouss Automatic Washer.
Ymii are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff* ...nipinint with tbs
ci.rk of the aforesaid Court, -a-nit
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney MARTIN FINH, llth Hoor.
Dade Federal Building, Miami :;;.
Florida not later than November 26
IWi, or a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered .mains* you.
DATED: <>.*t......r 22. 1963
E. R LEATHERMAN
Oerk of the Circnii Court
(seal) Ih, : N. A. HEWITT,
I '.put) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
14th Hoor I hide Federal Ride.
Miami 32. Finn,la
10/85, 11/1-8-15
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Imjct- \ Florida. Friday, November 8. 1963
Section B
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-.lex Shayewitz (seated center) is honored as first pres-
:f the recently-formed Batya Chapter of Mizrachi Worn-
Z rganization of America. Other officers honored at an
::.on luncheon last week in the home of Mis. Frances
; erg are seated (left to right) Mrs. Hairy Lerner, vice pres-
Mrs. Shayewitz; and Mrs. Joseph Gropen, vice presi-
Standing (left to right! are Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator
::achi Women for Florida; Mrs. Simon April, vice pres-
: nd chairman of the day, and Mrs. Goldberg, member
Executive Board, and hostess to the event.
Brandeis Unit
Plans Lunch
First general meeting of the
Miami Beach Chapter. Brandeis
University National Women's Com-
mittee, will be a luncheon on Fri-
day. Nov. 15. at the Carillon
Hotel at 11:45 a.m.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Chester M. Ross, national vice
president of Brandeis University
National Women's Committee.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
A. Goldstein, local residents. Mrs.
Ross is currently national chair-
man of the Regional Develop-
ment. She was educated at
George Washington and Columbia
Universities.
Mrs. Max Stadler. administra-
tive vice president, is chairman
of the day. and Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg. past president, is pro-
gram chairman.

Miami Business and Professional Chapter of Women's Amer-
ican ORT will hold its monthly dinner meeting in South-
gate Towers on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky (seat-
ed) president, is shown at a charter-signing ceremony of the
newly-formed chapter. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Harry
Rosenblatt, national vice president of ORT; Mrs. Louis baron,
president of the Southeast Region; and Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, who was guest speaker at the charter ceremony.
Florida Women's League
Offers Varied Programs
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orientation instruction.
I sses and a book review
activities of the Florida
National Women's League
Synagogue ol America
:.uii Dickson. Florida
esident, and Sirs liar-
. rd. vice president ol af
nd retention, gave h'iard
i instruction to the Sis
Temple B'nai Israel in
-burg on Oct. 29.
- ymour .Mann, vice prcs-
the Speakers Bureau, de-
livered a talk tor the combined
campaign tor Torah Fund and the
Matilda Schecter Residence Hall
at the B'nai Raphael Congrega-
tion Sisterhood meeting in North
Miami on Monday,
On Wednesday. Mrs. Harold
Reinhard was guest speaker for
the membership luncheon of Tem-
ple Rodoph Sholom Sisterhood
meeting in Tampa.
Mrs. Martin Smith, vice presi-
dent, will give a book review lor
Temple Sholom Sisterhood in Pom-
pano on Nov. 28.
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is Mrs. Milton Sirkin
lam, who has held almost
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activities, was in the
city on a public rcla-
-ion tor the newly-re-
DiLido Hotel While
Ontario metropolis, she
the hotel's booth at the
Hndassah Bazaar Bponsor-
ihe Toronto chapter .
visited the Toronto "Y,"
I a busman's holiday
itics as regional pres
he Southern Section ot
mal Jewish We 11 are
ll: d Elaine Eeinberg re-
<'"'!> ere hosts in their South
"1(l< home to Max Morris, Cen-
,l'1 I South American export
: lor a London firm .
nd Sam Gertner, he's di-
Of Ml Sinai Hospital,
have returned from an extended
trip to Europe
Ruth Brotman will be return-
ing to Miami Beach in time for
the 131 h Miami Beach Music and
Arts League concert dinner and
installation affair in the carillon
Hotel on Nov. 18 She found-
ed the League in 1951 New
president i* Lou Slegd, on the
stall at Jackson Memorial.
Noli and Leo Eisenstem left
here Aug. 26 and on the 28th
from San Francisco aboard the
ss Pn.-ident Wilson to Yoko-
hama They spent 10 days
in Japan, and presented a key
to the deputj mayor of Fuji
Sana, sister city ot Miami Beach,
representing Mayor Mel Rich-
ard .
They attended Rosh Hashona
services in an Orthodox Syna
in Tokyo, wenl on to
Taipsi and Hom Kong, where
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"Room M a i nev '
ized | roi p in the i xp indi ig pr i-
gnw of Temple
gious School, will as-i-l
projects, and act ;- liaison be-
tween the student's parents and
synagogue personnel.
First project, a 'Buzz Session,"
was instituted on Monday morn-
ing when parents met with the
principal. Meyer Samberg. and
faculty members.
Committee members serving as
Room Mothers are Mrs. Ralph
Mervis an.1 Mr-. Samuel Pearl-
man, Chairman; Mesdames
Charles Carson. Michael Horwltz
Joseph Ades, Mel Xcwstadt. \V li-
ter Nemoroff. Yvonne Burkholz.
Louis Cohen. Leonard Moriber. Al-
fred Freeman. Herman Kutun.
Arnold Goldman and Jean Feld-
man.
Merkos W??l Hcnor Kramers
AW. AND MRS. KJMMER
Zabbi m Review
Mrs, Milton Smith Gets Top Cancer Unit
Citation as 'Woman of Valor for 1963'
Mrs. Milton Smith was named
"Woman oi Valor for 1963'" at
the Mth annual benefit luncheon
of the Shore Unit, Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute at
Miami, held Wednesday at the
E en Roc Hotel.
rntation was made by Mrs
Irving Firtel, president, who also
! as "Women of Merit" Mrs.
Jennie Miller, Mrs. Jacob Rifkin.
Mrs. .lean Bcrkman. Mrs. Moe
Bh.it/ and Mrs. Philip Schlissel.
\ barter member of Shore
Mrs. Smith is a past presi-
t the group, which she has
in many other capacities.
and i- a hoard member of the
Papanicolaou Cancer Research
te at Miami. She is also
presi lent oi Temple Kmanu
- -1.-ill icul.
as ticket chairman. Mrs.
sold the 1.truest bloc of
to the Wednesday lunch-
I hairman of the day was
Mr- Herman Stein, with Mrs
Blum in charge of the pro-
ertainment featured the
Hurricanes, one of the
outstanding college groups in
.a. who presented a pre-
of the show they will offer
at the Radio City Music Hall
Disc Jockey Scheduled
Teen-agers are invited to a Rec-
ord Hop directed by Bill Holley.
Nov. lti. under the auspices of
Temple Zamora. To be held in
the Temple Social Hall from 7:30
to 10:30 p.m.. the affair will fea-
ture a limbo contest and prizes.
To Grace Your
Holiday Table
ASK FOR
Produced
L'KOVED
where they have been bookcJ for
a six-week ;:ppearance.
Annual Fannie Mae Theodore
Library angel luncheon and book
review was hell :>t Temple Beth,
Sholem, Hollywood, by the Sister-.
hood On Wednesday in observance
of Jewish Book Month. Spiritual
i lader of Beth Sholem. Rabbi Mor-
ion Malavsky, reviewed "So
Strange My Path," by Abraham I.
C'armel.
i. I bi Abral .
i i ir of the
.
arm of the Lohavitcher m \ i '.
nrnouneed tM! weCTTth.: the or-
ganization's annual bouquet will
take place on Jan. 12 at th.- I-'.'ii-
tainebleau Hotel.
The event will honor Mr. and
Mrs Isidor H. Kramer on their
50th wedding anniversary. The
Kramers were married in New
York in 1913 and have a son. Dr.
Milton Kramer, and a grandson,
David.
Prior to coming to Miami
Beach, the Kramers lived in
Brooklyn and Mortticello, N.Y.
In 1933, they began spending
their winters here, and for the
past ten years have been per-
manent resider.ts, living at 1044
Michigan Ave.
Kramer is a retired clothing |
manufacturer, and together with;
his wife Sadye. is now actively en-'
gaged in Jewish religious and
communal work.
Kramer is pre;idert of Beth
Tfilah Congregation. He is a di-
rector of the Hebrew Academy,
nists.
: ramer ii a mem
Beth Tin. Sisti t is id, Ml
Women, Hi Mesiytaj
Greater MiJffii, and the .!
Home lor til > Ayr!. '1 :.' J
longtime supporters oi the M< ik '3
and the Lubavitcher movement.
Kosher Zion Has
Cold Cut Variety
By Special Report
CHICAGO The Kosher Zlon
Sausage Company, manufacturer
of quality corned beef, pastraiv
frankfurters and other strictly
kosher delicatessen product v
again offering a variety in I
. cuts for holiday season parti :
and snacks.
This is in anticipation of the
coming Chanuka celebration, thi
Festival of the Lights.
Kosher Zion officials have not-
ed that the firm's prepack lg<
meats are available at superma
kets everywhere. Local delicates-
sens can also make arrangerr.en'I
for a lazy susan party tray of
Kosher Zion products.
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Ihey observed Vom Kippur in a
agogue built in 1905 ... In
ngkok, the;, met Honey and
VI Pallot, *0 were on a trip
h he Jack Sandlers Bal-
_, of the itinerary included
V v Delhi. Istanbul, Rome. Bar
Toledo, Madrid anJ
all by jir .
, | ih' tok the SS France
10 l <: riving home Nov.
It v. as their first trip
in,! the world and the Orient,
to Europe.
an i Kisenberg. 1060
Sli Iwater Dr.. have a vacation
planned tor Dec
20, when they take off on a 13-
i aribbe cruise aboard the
Argentina
and Hi Max L- Shapiro,
181 SW 21-.t Tor will visit their
daughter and son-in-law, the
Nathaniel Stones, in New York
City Tli- Stones are former
Miami Beach residents, Nathan-
iel being the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Stone, prominent
Beach resident-. Shapiro
is on the Staff of Biscayne Fed-
erl I Savings jr.fi Loan .
Sir, and Mrs. Morris Wein-
Iraub, of Hollywood Beach, cele-
l.r. t>' anniversary with a dinner party
at ('.handler's P.estaurant .
11. rung the;:i celebrate were
I!, -t Klelr.man, best man at
v\) their wedding, and his wife and
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gold, of Ft
Lauderdalc
Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Gordon,
of Miami Beach, hosted a party
for twenty-two youngsters, at
Wolfie Cohen's Rascal House.
The occasion celebrated their
daughter Linda's 14th birthday
. Enjoying their vacation in
Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Levin, tormer Miamians
who migrated to Israel three
years ago Levin teaches tire-
fighting techniques in Tel Aviv
. 'flic young couple were
guests ol honor at a night club
party given at Murray Frank-
lin's new Inn spot by their for-
mer friends and neighbors.
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Early birds who have reserv-
ro ve
ed boxes in the posh Turf Club
of Tropical Park Race Course'
include the Fruchtman family
. Leonard Fruchtman, presi-
dent of Miles Park Race Track,
Louisville, owns Edgehill Farms,
which developed Kentucky Der-
by winner Ballyache .
The Louis Wolfsons. whose
horses race out of Harbor View
Farm, the Allie Reubens. Hasty
House Farms, and the C. T.;
Chenerys, who own Meadow
Stable, are among the early-
birds reserving boxes .
Among Turf Club members this
year are Miami City Commis-
sioner Siincy Aronovitz, Attorn-
ey Louis Jepeway. J. A. Litwin
(diamonds), of Bal Harbor Is-
land and Ellis Farm, Walton.
Ky.
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MV. AND MRS. CALISH
50th Anniversary
For Rev. Calish
Rev. and Mrs. Abraham I. Cal-
ish, of 650 Pennsylvania Ave.,1
Miami Beach, will celebrate 50'
years of marriage on Saturday.
A dinner will be held at the!
Royal Hungarian Restaurant for
the family in honor of the oc-|
casion.
The couple's children include
Norman Calish, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Calish. and Mrs. Chick (Zclda)1
JacobOWitZ. They have three
granddaughters. Mrs. Edward R.
Greene (nee Phyllis JacobOWitZ),
and the Misses Sheryl and Marcia,
Calish: and one great-granddaugh
tcr. Loric Greene.
Rev. and Mrs. Calish are for-
merly from Baltimore, Md., and
have lived here for 15 year.
Pioneer-V/omen Slate Activities

Mrs JenniejSeitUn was to give a
report on her roMn visit lo Israel
at the Pioneer Women's Club 1
regular meeting Tliur-day.1 D.m .
in Washington"*'^ dcraj AuchTWium:
1234 Washing^ ^j Members of Club 2-'will bAo*
ored at a noon luncneon Tuesday
WKOSHER
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CORNED BEEF
FRANKFURTERS
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MIAMI IRANCN
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551
TETIEY TEA
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A TRADITION
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HOMES
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Vox dMfc'i Yes To* *irk Is
tin ine tea., "flivof crushed"
for fulloM Krtagth sad trim*
ladoo... richer taste and plea*
art with yoor fleisMfi aad
ailchias tad botwer* m1
;,t Harfenisl Restaurant. Greetings
will be extended by Mrs. Ida Lift-
man, president, and Mrs. Sadie
Hubert il! deliver the invocation
Afternoon,-chaired by Mrs. Abra-
ham Sbadroff, will feati re enter-
tainmenl by Mrs. Hilda Kcpo
Go'da Meir Club regular mccl
>hg '"i Tuesday evening si Beth .
Fl will be conducted by Mrs I ac
Pushkin, pros id -nt
Cultural port.on of the eve lii
chaired by Mrs Natha 1 Son '1
;!!! Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, will
mark Jewish Book Month.
Louis Schwa; tzman. executive
director, Bureau o Jewish Educa-
tion, will review "Dust." by Yae!
Dayan. and a book exhibit will be
on display.
Personal impressions ol a recent
trip to Israel will be given by Mrs. |
Gussie Bmder. and Mrs. Betty
Herman will present a musical pro-
mam.
Mrs. Rose Marks will host the
social hour in hnu. o. .. uev.
great-grandchild.
chocolate
flavors
peRuciNa-
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
Mouthwatering goodness ... a distinguished giftl
and what a delicious way to get it!
It's so easy. Just save the labels from 15 cans of any deli-
cious Buitoni Saucethen 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 Masterpiecesand then receive a box of the world's
most renowned chocolates. You're in the best of taste.. .twicel
QU*r expires November 30, 1963.

Have a Happy Holiday with
BUITONI
(Say BEW-T0NI as In Beaut,)
lovely onions!
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Onion Flavored
MATZOHS
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See and taste now oodles of
onion flavor makes these snap*
apart matzohs a welcome
change from bread go
hand-in-hand with soups, fish,
main dishes! The snack su-
preme gives new life and
delicate zest to dips and
spreads.
Onion flavor does it/
ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM
SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE
H Is yew protection enelnst Imibrtions-your auarantee of escellenee In flavor, torture and
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For real ta'am of
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Funds to Assist Hebrew School
All funds raised at Beth El Sis-
ter hood's first luncheon on Tues-
day will yo to the Temple's He-
brew School. Called lor noon in
the- Dora AuiniM HH, meml
of. the Kinnarel chapter of Miz-
lachi Women have been i vile
to participate in the affair.
Sisterhood hostes.es an- Mrs.
|J&CK ;-nap'io president. Mrs, V-x
P.appaport. Mrs. Solomon Sehiff,
Mrs. Riihin Blaustein. Mrs. Rebec-
ca OOfdon, and Mrs. Lena Ro.-en
Chairman for Kinneret are Mrs.
Emery Green. Mrs. Donald Schrag-
er, president, aid Mrs. Arthur
1 Roth, fund-raising vice preside.il.
Volunteers for Variety Women's Committee MacLean. Mrs. William Wisnesky and Mrs.
get an early start, planning their big Dec. 19 John Pinder. Proceeds of the event will aid
annual benefit dinner ct the Fontainebleau Variety Children's Hospital, the internation-
Hotel. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Adrian ally-recognized pediatric center serving all
Thai. Mrs. W. D. Rumbaugh. Mrs. David Le children without regard to race, creed, or
Blana, Mrs. Edward Moniker, Mrs. George nomic status.
eco-
Fur Show For
Shoshana Group
Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will honor its members at
^n annual paid-up membership
party Tuesday evening in the Col-
my Room of the Golden Gate
Motel.
Showing of furs by I. K. Etman.
f Lincoln ltd modeled by mem-
ers i>f the Chapter, will be pre-
sented.
in charge of reservations are
Mr*. Robert Tavlin and member-
ship chairman, Mrs. Stanley Rudd.
Best-Seller
To be Reviewed
Mrs I .M Weinstein will review
K hoi seller. '"The Group," by
Mary McCarthy, at the Tuesday
neeting of Lorber Chapter. Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
nd Hospital at Denver.
Function is called for 10:30 a.m.
n ihe home of Mrs. Ernest E.
Harris, 6130 SW 120th St.
Mrs. Anshel Rackoff and Mrs
Steinberg are in charge of
reservations.
MKS. DORIS ICKHOFf
Book Review Scheduled
Second general meeting of Tem-
ple Zamora Sisterhood on Wed
ncsday evening will include a re
view of "The Deed,'' by Gerald
Franks, presented by Mrs. Edith
Jacobton.
Cedars Names
Nursing Chief
Appointment of Mrs. Doris M.
Eckhoff to the post of nursing ser-
vice coordinator at Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital has been announced
by Sanfnrd K. Bronstein, hospital
administrator.
Mrs. Eckhoff trained at the
New Jersey City Hospital School
of Nnratag, completed tter work in
post-graduate operative nursing
at Polyclinic Hospital. NY., and
Obstetric nursing at Sloan Hospi-
tal for Women. She worked at
Jackson Memorial Hospital for
eleven years.
Her duties at Cedars of Leba-
non involve supervision of 120
nurses, aides, orderlies and allied
personnel.
Mrs. Eckhoff is vice president
"1 the Operating Room Nurses Of
south Florida, and a member of
the American Nurses' Association.
District 3. and the Florida Nurses'
Association.
Sisterhood Fete
To Honor Couple
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center luncheon on Wed-
nesday noon will be hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Sirkus in honor of
the marriage of their son, Mark.
The new groom and his wife,
Susan, will attend the luncheon.
and a wedding cake presented by
their parents, will be shared with
the guests.
Mrs. Aaron Bellinkoff is chair-
man. Mrs. Sam Mitchell is tick-
et chairman.
Allergies in Florida
Following a brief business meet
ing conducted by Mrs. Jerry Rcs-
nlch, president of Miami Beach
Chapter, Asthmatic Children's
Foundation. Dr. George Gittelson
will deliver a talk on "Allergies in
Florida."
having
an
affair?
Social tea or testimony
dinner, recoption, conven-
t.nnoi an intimate patty lor
1.000 whate.er the
affair, things happen foi His
best at the New E.erglades
Hotel. No wonder. Miami's
most detectat.de food, most
impeccably steed in sur-
roundings most delightful
Eapense? Most sensible.
(You couldn't do it to-
less.) Call Catering Office
1R9 ^61 foi details. Soon.
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with a wonderful choice of
Opti-Mrs. Sets
Meeting Tuesday,
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach |
will have a regular luncheon meet- j
ing Tuesday at the Barcelona
Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Fred
Pen ton, representative of Taylor I
Wives, who will discuss the proper'
wire selections and their usage in
gourmet dining and cooking, In-!
eluded will be samplings of 18:
different varieties <>i wine, includ-l
ing champagne. Mrs. Frank
Nankin is program chairman of
the day
On the business agenda will be
a report from Mrs. Lou Pilzer,
chairman oi the group's current
aiser, the premiere per-
[i rmance of "It's a Mad. Mad,
Ma Mad World." at the Sheri-
rtan Theatre on Dec. 13 Tickets
may he purchased by calling Mrs.
Harry Raskin. Mrs. Murray Son
nett is president of the club.

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taught aigat school shorthand at Langr* High a
She aaet Job* while the was going stead; wit* *
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aha Softta '. Pittsburgh until they aaored here twelve year*
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Barrawd Law Crfcirl
r.^papatw die with bis d>
1^*^ 2:ade U**-
versity.
Having done hospital work a Pi uhaagh
Georgian cortimied whew she aaved here
working in the library and hobby therapy de-
sartaeat at ML Sinai Hospital. She aaas at
itftrtfirf vnh Braadeis Woaer. i D.iiaaa.
ember
yft'--/ wah a cbwckie ia ber voice.
Seorpa* admits *a* is versatile i: '^aags.
x -*._. H aatcaaag, .-eat--; Bad kaanaag
Sfc* aces v. -*^ ia the besmesi. and earn
--7.- ;:; sat-.* -ibt shoes the
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191 gne* the desasmer ideas For m-
th* Serbe coar as iesigned becaase
:n x Btnnaag a~ Geargiaz
lys her haibiaf dees the uaaajary wort lor both af
. ta bs Bread safe. Jehe ts top* as *-.erytfc*g.
of Teacpie Beth -Tatar., c^arata af Combes*
- VTestnew Cuaatfj Gab. cwasrmaa f
Jews, and a trastee f JCt
_ fees* ur her jab caa&stt of sttiag oe the
ready U ascst his a*, al 'jsaea aad seessg that he at iz the best of
neaath A gasae id gatf or of bridge with htai eases xbe teasaoa aad
fsa. TW htg ii?t dsal say? Sw-jig Aioog ':i Serbia" typifies
G*artpaa's Me. and she has iavec every pate of it.
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OH MY!
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To Hear Speaker
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Right to Work.'
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Hatikvah Chopper
Brunch Tuesday
Rosenbergs Tell
Sandra's Troth
*td Mrs M. '
I .^7=e Tret Dr. aaooiaace the
tagagcaaeat af the:r
Saadra. ta ice Banner, son af
Emma Barker. Citoc. SJ
aad the iaxe Jack Bate*.-.
The hride-eiect : a ptaaaaatc r
Mtaau Beach H.gh a-.leaded Syra
ease UajwersaTy and was gradnat-
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Baraer rect ...
jl Vew York a.-:t : a tethoica!
writer far Iatercatioaal Teiepbor.^
asd Teiegrapc Carp.
Tr< cospie plaa la be marr*d
i- -* Wa.dorf Astoria Fe-b
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Taesday noon at the Boor Pha
HoteL Past pre-?.d*st of C
' J; --a. 3'rith Waaaaa, Mr. >_.-h
?.tch. will be r.et fpe
riag the iff* -
.adade eatertar:7est.
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r* chapter. _.in V:
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td a aatiori. aaaakbershqi
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Mrs Jaaephl Mr Raymond B ?.. ...-. Mr aad Mrs Joseph Bat-
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by Debt's preser.- th a raaa 7 pcoc of -
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The wards he Baaed oat. and the men's strcng ues fismered srmat the
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square daace at the Baber .*; 'irr.ong gweau were Mr saal
Mrs Me. Kar. Mr izA Mrs Bearj Oxd Hi aad Mr* Cbaries Jaeob-
soc. Mr aoc Mr, ft joert Ficht.-ni.-i Mr :^t_
Mr and Mrs. Victor Lenx*. and Mr asd Mrs Mi'.t aw
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GREEN' GREEN* GREEN!
Mn Oaarfcia Fmkelstetn. a pre'idert of the Girl Scout Tropteal
Couscil of Fkndr ceicomed the 1*M Seoata aad leaders to Haaaaj
Beach. Among the tmartly-dressed. greea-uzdorsaed osaea were
Mr Sol Gosdste.n. Mrt Charles Brad it. Mrs. Mortiaser Scaaeffer.
Mrs Kaskeii Gratter M... Sue Stevis. and Mr^ Lou Ross
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THE PIRST
The first of al, the scitir.g parties that have seen pi~r** for
Caro*ya Weinkle wiO marry Menfl Lasb. of New York, oa Dee 1
was given by Mn Elizabeth Stesaoaeh in the Imperial Boom of the
Eden Roc Hotel Silver service, pnk satin cloths, red roses, ptnk
carnations and -*rate atoms made the bndal roaebeoc aa exquisite
pteee of poetry 1-xJivnftul heart-shaped cakes anil the names. Carolyn
and Merrill urtertwined and a candle set ia a rose bod gave the gnests
juat the right time to call out then- best wishes as they blear oat the
c a-dies The two grandmothers. Mr. Sol Wetakie and Mrs. Jennie
Scanrarti 'A -a+ole bevy of ajnu and 1 ratiaat include-: Mn. Mar
shaH Kline. Mrs Meyer lehwatl WtlEaa Levhv. Mrs. Leo
Cha.k -, Mrs Carl aTcaakle. Mr ITesrakie, Mrs Melsin Wesnkle
Mrs Aaron Weinde. Mrs I Xewt.yn Wesakle. Mrs Howard Schwartz
and Ina Schwartz. Other guests inclaoed Mrs Joaoase Feller. Mrs
Martha Wasbon. Mrs. Earl Coplon Mrs laaa Krensky and Mrs Aian
Kessler. Carolyn looked kely in a white fhnfy wool with kefly green
Among her con;*-mporar.es there were Mrs Ste\e Tendrvca. Judy
Levenstein. Sand/ Roseo. and Mrs. Irv.ng Beck.
Brawer, Koplon
Plan for June
Mr aad Mrs Joseph Er
la SW 2th Ter. atatowsce tae
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Th* fstare br-.4e --ul be grad-
sated m Jaae from the Uairerssy
haaaa, r<^er.
presadeat of Sigaaa Deita Tao.
presadeat af the College of Edaea-
tiac. ~aator. member of
Panhelleaic C-xzcH. St.
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Plans for Rites
Dr aad M- ^ ^- Hemck
Be.-T.rfej-. .: V-J. T .zzr.., Dt .
M.aaii B*acr a-.aoocce the er.
-*ct of Lieir 'fiiighte- &:-r
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The coapte plaa a Mian: Beach
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Alfred SUoe "-
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Friday. November 8, 1963
*. Itwi JfhiridiikTun
Page 9-B
TEMPLE Zamora Brotherhood
sponsored a Halloween party
and nance Saturday niht in the
Temple Social Hall.
Mrs, Leo Eskreis dressed as
a gypsy, with beading on her gay
print. The traditional red head-
lovering with hoop earrings
helped create her costume. Mrs.
Harry Frankel chose a Spanish
motif, with a long black lace
costume and black lace man-
tilla. A Hawaiian costume was
worn by Mrs. Stanley Silvern.
vrith-leia around her neck and
ankles. Mrs. Paul Kussner's
white-draped figure featured a
sign on her back that brought
man} laughs from guests.
The "Roaring 20s" influenced
Mrs. Moe Kaufman. Her cos-
tume was in kelly green satin
and covered with rows of fringe.
Mrs. Harold Shuman was an au-
thentic "Indian Indian," rlistin-
_ui-hing herself from the Amer-
ican \ariety. Her emerald green
and gold sari was from India,
and her costume was complete
10 the "jewels" across her fore-
huad, Another Spanish senora
,'..> Mrs. Joseph Ostrie. Her
Mack lace costume featured a
unite lace mantilla.
IkJRS. Arthur Ben dressed as
*" ;m Oiici.1,.1 Geirhu gill.
llir rtd a:;<] Hack priut cos'.unie
complete to a pn.k silk par-
asol, Back lo the "Soaring 20V
ent Mrs. Victor Feldman and
Mrs. llilbert Leavitt. Mrs. Feld-
man's cusiumc was in an irides-
cent maroon with an oversized
fealher hat. A fringed
royal blue salin dress was worn
i. Mrs. Leavitt. Long false eyc-
li shes and a jeweled and loath-
red tiara carried through her
costume. Her entire ensemble
was in tones and shades of
even her shoes anJ stock-
Some guests chose the more
ntional type of dres- Mrs.
Morris Moskowitz dressed for
r weather in a pair of
-licks with a red print
1 e Mrs. Hersbel Brooks.
1 I Temple Zamora's spin
eader, chose a powder blue
with a blue-on-blue geo-
etric print blouse. A mint
green Italian knit sheath was
worn by Mrs. Sam Altman. Mrs.
Leon Honig's two-piece plaid was
in maroon and lilac.
Mrs. Leatrice Zorobich wore
a sand-colored Israeli knit sheath'
with a matching ribbed jacket.;
Attending the party from Miami
Beach was Mrs. Helen Herman, i
whose white pique sheath hadj
a touch of color added by the
shocking pink chiffon scarf tuck-
ed into the neckline. A three-
piece ensemble was the choice
of Mrs. Leah Friedson. Her tur-
quoise knit suit featured a floral
silk printed blouse in tones and
shades of blues and greens. A
transitional iridescent olive-col-
ored sheath was worn by Mrs.
Irma Tescher. The .fabric was a
cotton alpaca and had a modi-
fied tunic skirt.
* *
QVER at Beth David's Spector
" Hall, the teen-agers held
their USY "Fall Fantasy" dance
and installation of officers. They
(lanced to the music of the Cara-
vells. Miss Judy Schiff wore a
white wool crepe sheath with
the empire waistline and long
sleeves. A black and white
two-piece ensemble was the
choice of Miss Ann Marie Stein-
berg. Her bolero jacket and
skirt were in black and white
checks, with a solid black bod-
ice. Miss Ann Scherr's two-
piece paisley print was sleeve-
less. A long-sleeved olive green
knit with a leopard skin belt was
worn by Miss Mindi Forer.
Long sleeves were also the
choice of Miss Ellen Schacter.
Her coral-colored "A" line sil-
houette featured a beaded "E"
on the right shoulder. Miss Bar-
bara Berke combined cranber-
ry and white in her two-piece
wool and chose a pink blouse to
complete her outfit. A bright
sky blue mohair shift with the
belted back was worn by Mill
Sharon Rtinhardt. Mohair was
also worn by Miss Nora Feld-
man. In white, it featured bands
of blue and green, which detail-
ed the dripped wai.-tline. MiSl
Judy Freedman chose a blue
button-down shift with a white
erepe blouse.
Recipients of the Lion of Meggido Award from the American
Friends of the Hebrew University are (left) Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, Herbert S. Shapiro and Judge Kenneth Oka (right),
shown with Mrs. Bertha Solomon, former member of the South
African Parliament, at a meeting of the Gifts and Legacies
Committee of the Friends. The award, in appreciation of serv-
ices on the National Gifts and Legacies Committee, will also
be given to Commissioner Alex S. Gordon.
Technion Board To Open Season
Y
outh Program At Young Israel
I nuruel l.'ngar. president of
ing Israel of Creater Miami.
his week announced the opening
t the congregation's youth pro-
."am for the school year.
"abbi Shervfin Stauber, spiri-
tual leader, said that Rabbi Abra-
iam Blech, new director of edu-
ation for Young Israel, will be in
(urge of the program.
scheduled are a games night
ruesday evenings, 7 to 9 p.m., for
'"'Vs and girls age 7 to 14; a lec-
ture series night Fridays, 8:30
P.m.. for teen-agers; youth choir,
"i children 7 to 15. which meets
^.turdays at 3:30 p.m.; Oneg
shabbat and Bible classes for
"imgsters 4 to 15, Saturdays 3:30
> N p.m.
lut.ior congregation services
re held on Saturday morning at
' i:' a.m. Among youth leaders
charge of the program are
Misses Marlene Williams. Arlenc
I Greenberg, Phyllis Sidersky. Ran-
i d> Goodman. Dorothy Roloff and
Saundra Lipman, and Benjamin
Field. Joel Katz. Sanford Gross-
: man. Sid Rosenberg. William Leff,
Shlomo Caplan, Mark Feldman,
' Mike Hersh and Yehuda Azulay.
FDR's Son Will
Talk at Zamora
Elliott Roosevelt, son of the late
President Franklin D. Roosevelt,
will be featured speaker at the
first in a series of monthly cul-
tural evenings sponsored by Tem-
ple Zamora.
Scheduled for Tuesday evening,
Nov. 26. at the Temple, Mr. Roose-
velt's topic will be "Present U.S.
Involvement, and the Program of
Alliance for Progress in the Latin
American Countries."

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ORCHESTRA
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Officers and Board of Directors
of the South Florida Chapter,
American Society for Technion,
have announced opening of their
schedule of activities for 1963-64.
President Mrs. Louis Glasser
and Honorary President Meyer A.
Baskin this week set the date for!
their first meeting of members
and friends in behalf of Israel's
largest engineering college.
A social evening and education-
al program will be held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Berman, 3310 Granada Blvd.. Coral
Gables, on Nov. 19, when new
members will be introduced and
latest reports heard on the growth
ol Technion during the past year.
Serving on the Arrangements
Committee in charge of the pro-
gram will be vice presidents,
David Ponve. Jacob Rifkin, Sol C.
Shaye; treasurer, Jack Katzman;
Asthma Aid Unit
Meets Tuesday
Dr. Jane S. Hardwike, of the
Mental Health Society, and Dr.
Wilford Provo will be guest speak-
ers at the Nov. 12 meeting of the
Breath of Life Chapter.
Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, president,
will conduct a short business
meeting at 10:30 a.m.. at the Pub
Restaurant. before introducing
the guest speakers.
Breath of Life Chapter of the
Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute ani Hospital at Denver
raises funds lor the rehabilitation
of Miami's and the nation's most
seriously ill asthmatic children.
JnMliP HAIR SHAPING
KEEPS YOUR
recording secretary. Al Sherman;
and secretary, Dr. H. Franklin
Williams.
Mrs. Glasser recently returned
from New York City, where she
attended the Annual Science Con-
ference sponsored by Technion.
Honored guests at the Nov. 19
meeting will be founders of the
South Florida Chapter who have
given substantial financial support
to the college. They include:
Meyer A. Ba-kin. Mrs. Maurice
Baskin. Mrs. Sorrel Rose Bollet.
Willlan Bornstcin. Maurice Brams.
Shepard Broad. Harry L. Cooper,
Miss Ruby Diamond, Samuel El-
man. Mrs. Frances Entine, Mor-
ris Franklin, Samuel Fnedland,
Mrs. Fannie C. Frommer, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Mrs. Trudy Ham-
trschlag. Isadore Hammer.
Nathan Ku.-hin, Harold Lasker,
Mrs Harold Lasker. Max H. Lev-
inson, Hyman Lieberman, Mrs.
Hyman Lieberman. Mrs. Jacob H.
Marx, Joseph Mechlow. Jack S.
Topiek, Jacob Rifkin, Leo Robin-
sen, Bernard Rodins. Philip Ros-
enberg, Jacob Sher. Frank Smith,
Marcellus Staley, David S. Stern,
Daniel A. Udell. A. I. Uslander.
Abe D. Waldauer. Dean Joseph
Weil. Mrs. Jeanette R. Weiss, and
Miss Elizabeth Zcntlcr.
Friends to Honor
Nat'l President
An informal reception hononiv-.
the national president of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. Lional R. Bauman, of
New York, will be held Sunday
11 a.m., according to Jack S.
Popick, president of the South
Florida Division of the Friends.
Hosts at the brunch gathering will
be Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Sha-
piro at the'r home 4816 Lake View
Dr., Miami Beach.
Bauman, who is here to partui
pate in the General Assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, was to speak
Thursday at a gathering of the
Gifts and Legacies Committee of
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem group. At a luncheon at-
tended by leading attorneys of
Greater Miami, Bauman was to
present awards to Alexander S.
Gordon, Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, Judge Kenneth Oka and Her-
bert S. Shapiro "in appreciation
of their devoted efforts as mem-
bers of the National Gifts and
Legacies Committee of the Amer-
ican Friends."
Among those attending the Nov.
i 10 reception will be vice presi-
dents Maurice Rcvitz. Jacob Rif-
kin and Leonard Rosen; Mrs. Sani-
I uel Simonhoff, president of the
Greater Miami Women's Division
, of the Friends; Dr. Meyer B.
! Marks, president of the American
Jewish Physicians' Committee,
' medical arm of the Hebrew Uni-
| versity group; and representatives
i of the Alpha Omega dental frater-
; i:ity and the National Accountants
i Committee.
New York attorney and real
estate investor, Bauman was elect-
ed national president of the Amer-
, ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity in September, 1963. Active
nationally in behalf of the Friends
, for many years. Bauman attend-
ed the annual membership meet-
ing held in the home of Mrs. Jen-
nie Grossingcr last February.
Stock Dividend Approved
A. J. Harris, chairman of the
hoard ol Metropolitan Bank of
Miami, announces that the board
lias approved a five percent stock
dividend to all stockholders. The
distribution, anticipated for early
February, is subject to ratifica-
tion by the bank's stockholders
and the State Commissioner of
Banking, and is made on the oc-
casion of the bank's tenth anni-
versary.
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Friday. November 8, 1963
12,000 Volunteers Launch United Fund
Sunday This Weekend With Eye on Meed
T-- :i3 United Fund carrp_
Tal
.-Ms week-end on L'mted
Fatal jnirtt; N :: \:
13 tor- v -lake a c'oor-
\c-M-or pilffUMge throughout
I>ide '
1H3 United Fund citnpiisn
chairman. Gen. E. A. Eam,
urges all Dade hovieHolderi to
suoooft the neighborhood solici-
tation oVie. Evans said that
rhe results of United Fund Sun-
day will be used o support 40
Dade haaOh welfare and char
cter-building agencies.
Tb 4> community service and
teaJlh agencies receive support
irons United Fund which has ser
a r9C campaign goal of S3.006.838.
Evans said that if ever.' Dade
resident supported United Fund
*Uh a Fair Share pledge, the
campaign goal would total more
than J4.00e.000.
He said it would take that
amount of money to keep up with
Uade County', t'a-t -growing needs.
The door-to-door campaign result-
ed in $349,286 collected in 1962.
Th; -*a> 12.02 percent of last
rear; campaign total of S2.907-
090.
Bvwm UoB's camp^
;0ai T more than
.ear. nut he explained that it provide mre services
Dade residen'
He said the increase covers the*
.-.sing costs in boetsirj;. services,
rstitotional care and material:.*
>oane 31 cities in the snire class aa
Dade's United Fur.d all rank high-
ey in average per-person 2.'
In !*?. Dade's eeage per
capita United Fund support was
SJ-Te. The other cities average
par capita support varied from
Rochester, NY., with a high of
$.tS, o Atlanta's low of $3.42
par person.
Of Dade's million population,
nearly a quarter received aid. di-
rectly or indirectly, last year from
United Fund. Evans said that as
the population grows, so do the
community's needs, "and so does
the neie-ity for everyone to
pledge a Fa:r Share.''
Evar.s said United Fund Sunday
will give Dade householders an
opportunity to join in our com-
munity'; largest -r.gle health,
welfare and character building
activity.
Sidney D. Anair. serves as
chairman of the United
Fund's Major Gifts Division.
Ansin enlisted the aid of 46
top business executives and
community leaders as divis-
ion members. The Major Gifts
Division conducts advance
solicitation of larger corpor-
ate -r.d ."dividual pledges
for c:rr.p=;gr. pacoVMtttng
purposes.
Beth Sholom Play
Due on Boards
Saturday Evening
it Beth Shotom Tbejj
present i ,-.--..
,he evt N I Md W of
\._-.t of January 16.'' bj V a
Director of the product: n is
| Ungei bo na- hart I
in L'ttle 1
v.ork. He performed for
idao Statian wi.'.v Cta>
in i Mfiea which ircl I
such -hows a< Ben Hur, and
: the Hesperus." Wltb
>.e Davton. Ohio "Y" Ply "
-d arvl played in "Artigone."
the House, and 'John
Loves Mary."
For the Yellow Spring- Summer
Theatre. Antioch College, and the
Dayton Theatre Guild, he appear
ed in Shakepeare'< "Taimnz of
the Shrew. Of Mice and Men"
and others
LfON UHGlt
Seminar Set Sunday
Louis Schwartzman. eaettttw
director. Bureau of Jewish Educa
tion. and Zvi Berger axirtaat d.-
Ft Temple Beth Sholom. Unser rector, will participate in_ a U
appeared in Who Need- Money'"
SERMONS 4ff SCHFDULED
Houses of Worship to Mark Weekend
United Fund S 5abbal ed by D
rgoguei Nov. 3 *hrouzh :
Hoc- -.iroughout the conunuait]
all or p.. jervi > to the special event Reli;iou- !
ess rill present sens L'nil d Fund, and special programs
og with the 1963 campaign will be distributed at tervi
Chairman ot the United Fund ReUgiou- Institutions Com-
tkec ..- Max J Karl, uretto- of the Florica Region. National
Conference of Ctsriatiaaa i nd Jews
AssJitlng Karl are tne Rev. Roben W. Shaw, pa-tor of the
First Christian Church of Miami; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Beth
El Congregation, ar.i president of the Greater Miami Raboinical
Assn.: and the Rev Msgr Bryan O Walsh, secretary of charities
for the Catholic Chuich. Miami Diocese.
The Sabbath sendee: will be a prelude to United Fund Sun-
dav's countv-wide aiterr.oon solicitation drive.
Judea Youth Will Host Conclave
Temple Judea Federation of
I h it
weeken i to a Grei Fed-
:
-
pro-
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I
the
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low.
.v ill attend service* conducted by
members the Y
. served at noon in
the Youth I
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with i r at (gran-
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Leonard A. Wien serves as
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is woiit-np; the largest group
of contribuicra in :'-.e A
Downtown Miami
Needs Sir Lift,
Says Bill Deck


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ciat- cial
; i Ititutl
a plan t') aet
baci-
Dock. 'It n-.i:-- have help
im.-ned:ate!\
Support,r3 a proposal made
mart than three years ago by
City Manager Me vm Reese.
Dock said "the prcnosad Maqic
City plan or a similar one. must
bo put into affect immediately.
"A blichtcd area -nch as down-
town Miami. couphd with hish
taxes, hurts not only our image,
hut our pocketbooks as well, by
driving business into out'rme
areas. The businessman has been
suffering and pleading for help
for years." >aid Dock.
Miami has a chance to grow
than most area- be-
C2 Use newe-t of the great
| metropolitan ar<
and "Early Bloomers." ar.d direct-
ed "The income Tax'' and She
Must Marry a Doctor "
Members of the ca-t am Basic
Ahrams. Davi-1 Shelist. J Ber
tard Spectnr. Harvey E Kramer.
klarvin s Pehr. Jill Arkin. Kurt
Sc'nmeltzer. Chariot:.- VogeL Sam
Slav.r. Ted Dortch. Bunny J3ffe.
T L'ommanddv. Jack Sha-
Ethel Woik. Sam Rudt, Stan-
N'atalie Halpert and
Frankfeldt.
luction -taif
2cr. director; James S. Knopk<\
company manaser and chairman;
Philip D.-. is -

esigi 'V- Ann
r Philip Da\i. Marvin
Tocper. Martin Steiner and
ties, Ruth Teich-
er and Sally Sheli>t. Ronnie Dia-
- imes. Prii.: Gol
ip; ticket-. Sylvia Davi-
aad Ins Uager; Betty Malakoff,
iubh>
- sterhood of Temple Beth
is spoi these prea-
ntations and the monies realized
\ ill benefit the Sisterhood's Re-
_ >,hool Subsidy Fund Mrs
Levin i- president of Sister
and Mrs Seymour Silver-
man, a vice president of Sister-
hood, organized the Temple Thes-
pian group a year ago.
eon -eminar with Rabbi Daniel M.
Lowv and the staff of Temple-
Sin a'i Religious School. Took; for
the discussion, to follow Sunday
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Page 11-B
-auca.ors Elect
[the YMHA tenth annual Teen-Age tor and ludi Spiegel. Miami Branch. Not
jresent three branches of the "Y" fhown c:e Paul Kamon. Miami Branch; and
:lave Steering Committee. Left Faith Price, Phyllis Applcbaum and Martin
y Lubin, Suzi Stern, and Randi Dunne, Beach Branch. The conclave ;s sched-
North County Branch; Sunnie uled for Dec. 15 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
;t:rey Rubin, and Alva Badanes. Some 2C0 teen-agers from 30 cubs of senior
Ch; Eida Mildwoff, Jerry Fierberg high school age will attend. Staff coordin-
ill. Beach Branch and Jerry Can- alor is Burton Garr.
Azulay President
Itabbi Shimon Azulay, of the
Hebrew Academy, was elected
president ol the Hebrew E -uca-
;ors Alliance at a meeting of the
organization Sunday held in the
Academy.
Other officers elected were Miss
Nettie Goldstein, Temple Beth
Sbolom. and Meyer Samberg, edu-
cation director. Temple Ner Tarn
id, vice presidents: Mrs. Shoshana
Spector. Hebrew Academy, secre-
tary; Saul Forush, Hebrew Acad-
emy, treasurer; David Freedman,
pioi.eer Hebrew teacher in Great-
er Miami, honorary president.
Executive Committee include;-
Mrs. Gladys Diamond. Iieth Torah,
Congregation; Mrs. Zahava Suke
nik, Hebrew Academy: IHr.-c'i |__ |nc+flllf*f!
Berman. Beth David Congrega DC Il T HHCU
tion; Sholom Ben-Porath. Israelite
Center; and Benjamin Ben-Arie,
Temple Or Olom.
MM DAVID ROSENFflD
Flagler Rabbi
fy Series
ich V
is Nov. 17
lunu appearance of
tomime duo known
rintt" will be pre-
amble showing, one
lad one for adults.
I YMHA Branch on
I ; presentation at
children over six,
nompanied by their
nark the opening
ear of the Sunday
- which presents
events lor children
l arts. The adult
inning at 8:l"> p.m..
in a series of adult
U v. ill be in a com-
| I ein.
'.'-wife team, S<>lo-
Yakim have per-
:ie famous trench
Marcel Marccau
feir American debut
i Hall with Etienne
i have also perform
{all. as well as in
clubs.
fa committee of par-
co-chairmen. Mrs.
Ion and Mrs. Irving
is are intended to
as well as educa
30 Families Wi!l
33 fad&xted
'Ih" 80 new fanUi which j lin-
ed Temple A a'.h Yeahurun our
in- the past High Holy '.. ys will
W officially inducted during I-'ri
lay evening services conducted by
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual
eader. and Cantor Maurice N'eu.
Welcoming the families into at-
Mlcmians Will
Attend Confab
Edward Cohen, ol Temple Is-
rael ol Greater Miami, Mrs Mil
S Malak >tf. Temple Beth
Sholom, and Ellis Bobbin, Tem-
ple Beth Am. will attend the nth
biennial convention ol the Nation-
al Association ol Temple Admin-
istrators ;it the Palmer House in
Chicago next week.
The Reform synagogue execu-
tive- will participate in work-
shops an:l seminars dealing with
problems of temple administra-
tion, among them: "Implications
of New Federal Tax Legislation.'
"Developing New Sources of Con-
Sunday Evening
Installation ceremony for Rab-
bi David Rosenfeld will be held
at Flagler Granada Jewish Cen-
ter Sunday, 8:30 p.m.
Born in Israel, the sop of i
rabbi, the Flagler-Granada
tual leader traces his
back to the famous H
:i;!i centurj "Prince of Bible
Commentators "
His lath r Ral bi Herman B >-
enfeld, founded the Aj
Hasofrim of Jen v here ove
30u people worked as scribes ot
the Holy S rolls.
Rabbi Rosenfeld married the
daughter of a noted Rabbinical
Judge of Hungary. Their only
son, also a rabbi, is principal of
a yeshiva in Great Neck, L.I.
A graduate of Yeshiva Aitz-
. gregational Income," "Devising
fihatod groups of the Temple will I, Maintamin systems andlChayim in Jerusalem. Rabbi Ros
je Joseph Liedman. president ':Forlris-- an(j n,e Kxpanding 'enfeld has served congregations in
he congregation; Mrs Ira Levin,| Rde t|w Admin|gtrator in ,hc Salem. N.J.. and Leighton Pa
and was principal of the United
Hebrew Schools of New Bruns-
wick. N.J. He is past president
.- iuB.Hnl ..--.....j'Kole of the Administr;
.resident of the Sisterhood; and Mo(|crn g n e
loaeph Fields, president of the
.,__, ->i-w Cohen, a member of
Man's Club.
the Nation-
al Executive Board and editor of
Sisterhood will ten.er a rccep fhc NATA QuarU.rlv will cnair a
ion in honor of the new members ,uncht.on session on Nov 12 deal.
If the Ones Shabbat following the ; ^ ,he objec(ives of lhe new
Apparel Exec
To be Specker
ol the Hebrew Teachers Associa-
tion of Greater Miami.
The installation will be conduct-
public relations i of B *d by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
Union of American Hebrew Con- spiritual leader of Temple Israel
gregations. parent body of Reform B*N Solomon Schiff. president
synagogues, He will also attend
the UAHC biennial the followin
week ;it the Conrad Hilton Hotel
Israeli husband-and-wife pan-
tomime duo will launch the
Sunday Celebrity Series of
the YMHA on Sunday, Nov.
17.
Marshall J. Mantler. executive
lirector ol the National Associa- _
ion of Women's and Children's p|6W Free LOGII
Apparel Salesmen. Atlanta Ga.,j
will be principal speaker and in- j
stalling officer on Sunday. Nov.
24. at the annual meeting of Flor-
the Rabbinical Association,
will give the Invocation, and Rah
bi Morton Malavsky. of Temple
Beth sholem cf Hollywood, the
benediction. Cantor Edward Kleir
will sing, accompanied by Hj
Fried at the piano. Cantor Georgf
Goldberg, of Flagler-Granada, will
lead in community singing.
Young Marrieds
At Temple Judea
iirected by Tommy coming year will be discussed at James Treblas, secretary; and Ir
'. "The Wizard of la meeting of Temple Judea Young win Rcbbins. treasurer. Another
I Round Children's Married Club to be conducted by ,,vkar,| will go to Charles Stone.
Mar. 8. Sounds inI Dr. David Seltlin, chairman, on concluding his second term as
by the Miami Tuesday evening ill the Temple president of the 75 member organi-
I reception hall, /ation.
I- ire in the "Y" ,
lor the Tempi"'
SW ltith Ave.
Sisterhood
Group Formed
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch i
. now launching a membership drive ------------------"
Ida Association of Hancbag. Jew for ,h newly-established Merkos C]n#U WniTtPn
elry Accessories Salesmen. I Hebrew Froe Loan Socletv 311101 WTO-Tien
The Merkos Fre. I TQ Hear Rabbi
founded bv Harry and Murray' "?%" "T^" .
Rosenberg." Miami Beach resi- Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
dents, in memorv of their sister, meet at the New England Raw
Chave Esther Yehudith bas Shal- Bar. Biscayne Blvd. and 127th
om St.. next Wednesday. Buffet lunch-
The Merkos Free Loan is a non lon "'" hc served at 11:30 a,m-
1 all work Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy will re-
involved in extending loans is on view Shirley Barkers new novel,
a volunteer basis. "Strange Wives.
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch is the Rabbi Lowy's topic at the next
central organization for Jewish sissicn of the Temple's adult edu-
education of the Lubavitc'ier cation series will be "The Com-
movement. Florida Regional Of- parison of Sabbath Morning Wor-
lice is P.O. Box 1265, Miami ship in Reform and Traditional
The breakfast installation will
precede opening of the FAIUAS
annual November Market Week at
the Algiers Hotel which will run
through Wednesday, Nov. 27.
Appreciation plaques will be
awarded Marty Stahlberg and
ents in the seriesI Plans for social, cultural and in-
ootanany; Jan. 12M tellectual programs during the j Harry Lader, vice presidents; I pr0fit organization and all work
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rcsday. Gladys Rose will review
The Slave. b> I-aac Sinter.
Record Number of Confabs
Beach.
| Prayerboaks."
Sam Waldman, president of the
"" C! *",V ,i Walelman's Family Hotels, ar:d op
For cad, tuket pursued, don- J ,n
,> name u ill be "^*?ina Miami Reach, announced this week
permanent album. ADfMNA has at.
will be used to buy books for the j^ ^ ^ ^^ o,
kosher Jewish conventions to our
hotel in its history." The Wald-
man Hotel is under the super
vision of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis and carries the UO sign
Over 10,000 persons attended these
conventiors.
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> Jew"*!? fhridlia/i
Friday, November 8, 1963
Byron J. Topol. president oi United Cerebral Palsy oi Miami,
is shown welcoming new members of UCP's Medical Advis-
ory Board. Left to right are Dr. William L. Nyhan. professor
of pediatrics. University of Miami School of Medicine; Topol;
and Dr. Hayden C. Nicholson, dean of the medical school.
Two Emanu-EI
Leaders Will Be
Feted at Dinner
Brotherhood of Temple Emanu-
EI is planning a dinner next Fri-i
lay honoring Temple members
Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Samuel
- : ?er. Both Mrs. Sirkin and Mr. I
Seltzer are long active in com-'
munity affairs, and now serve
i- division chairmen for the Unit-
id Fund.
Mrs. Sirkin is president of the,
Southeast Region of the National,
fewish Welfare Board, past chap
ter m-esident of Miami Beach
lassah. past regional \ice pres
ic'ent of Hadassah, past pre
ter Miami Jewish Com-
munity Centers, and past vic<
i sident ot the l'TA of both Ni u
I, < Jnmtir High and Miami
. h Senior High School.
Seltier is president of the
Miami Beach Exchange Club,
treasurer of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce and a
member of its Board of Govern-
ors, president of the Mercantile
National Bank, vice chairman
of the Tourist Advisory Com.vit-
lee, director of the Better Busi-
ness Bureau, chairman of the
Florida Bankers Assocation, di-
rector of the Miami Beach Di-
vision of the March of Dimes,
and on the Board of Directors of
the Miami Beach Optimist Club.
Guest speaker at the Nov. 12
linner meeting, scheduled for 7:30
p.m. in Sirkin Hall, is Brig. Gen.
E. A. Evans, 1963 United Fund
campaign chairman. Gen. Evans
baa had a distinguished career in
onimunity and civic activities,
ind served as city manager of
Miami until March, 1959.
Michael Sossin, Brotherhood
^resident, and Harold J. Segal,
Adult Tennis league
An adult tennis league under the
direction of Slim Harbett. tennis
pro at Henderson Park, will be
sponsored by the Miami YMHA
Branch. Beginning date is Mon
day evening. 7:30 p.m.. at the
park. 971 N\V 2nd Si.
Veterans Day
To be Observed
The 45th anniversary ol Veterans
Day will be observed on Monday
morning. 10 a.m.. ai the Ceno-
taph nexl to City Hall, nth St.
and v. i n Ave., M iami
Beach.
i i Post 85, Americi n
Legion, 20 veteran, fraternal and
civii organizations \\:11 join in
menu rial services and present
wreaths in memorj ot veterans of
ail w ai
Chairman cf the program for
the past 24 years will be past
commarder and former vice
mayor of Miami Beach, Maurice
"Dec" Klein. The Miami
Seach High School band will
play urdcr the direction of John
Coleir^n. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
mar, cf Temple Emanu-EI, will
deliver the invocation and bene-
diction.
After services, placing of the
wreaths and advancing of colors,
guest speaker will be Lt. Col.
Stacy D. Naftel, chief of survey
of the 19th Bombardment Wing.
Homestead Air Force Base.
Closing will be at 11 a.m.. with
the retirement of colors and taps.
Cerebral Palsy
President Brings
Talent to Office
Byron J. Topol. president of
United Cerebral Palsy of Miami,
found his first official act most
{ratifying when he welcomed Dr.
Hayden C. Nicholson, dean of the
University of Miami School of
Medicine, and Dr. William L. Ny-
han, professor of pediatrics at the
medical school, as members of
the United Cerebral Palsy Modi
cal Advisor) Board.
Five years ago. Topol. his wife.
Rosalin, and their 3 children, af-
ter spending most of their lives
in Great Neck. L.I., decided to
move to Florida.
"I had enough of business, and
where better to retire than Flori
da?'* he said.
But with his business know-
how and his background in phil-
anthropic work, such as director
of Beth El Hospital in Brook-
lyn, N.Y., director of the Jew-
ish Federation of Great Neck,
and still on the Board of Gov-
ernors and Budget Committee
of Beth El, United Cerebral
Palsy of Miami considered itself
fortunate when he joined the
Board of Directors.
Working with and for children
is a natural for Topol. In 1955.
he formed a Little League Ball
Club, and after a few months was
working with 600 boys. It was
when he saw his first CP child
by way of a Telethon that he de-
cided he would direct his efforts
in CP's behalf.
As secretary-treasurer and gen-
eral manager of JR Handbags of
Florida, he has in his employ to-
day some 25 handicapped men anci
women.
In addition to Topol as presi-
dent, other United Cerebral Palsy
officers are Richard Paige, first
vice president: Cromwell Ander-
son, second vice president; Frank
Dixon. treasurer; and Mrs Elsie
Holston. secretary.
program chairman, have extend-
ed invitations to Temple Emanu-
EI women to join their husbands
at the dinner.
JWY Youth
Forum Monday
"The Two Fold Heritage of
Americanism and Judaism'' will
be the principal topic of the third
.innual Jewish War Veterans Youth
Forum at Miami Beach Moose
Hall. 1603 Alton Rd.. at 9:30 a.m..
Monday, according to Ainslee R.
Ferdie. senior vice commander.
Focusing attention on the future
leaders of tomorrow as a part of
the Veterans Day observance,
"The Americanism Heritage" will
be illustrated by State Rep. Ed-
mond Gong and Assistant U.S. At-
torney Donald Stone.
"The Heritage of Judaism"
will be emphasixed by JWV Na-
tional Commander Daniel Neal
Heller, Regional Commander
Ralph Gross, Florida Depart-
ment Commander Emanuel Man-
del, and AZA International Soc-
ial Awareness Chairman Bill
Elfenbein.
Serving on the Arrangements
Committee are Izzy Karp, de-
partment trustee; John Howard,
patriotic instructor; Jack Berman,
first junior vice commander; Mrs.
Rhoda Deutsch. JWV A senior vice
president; and Mrs. Ceil Stein-
berg.
Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richards (left) will be guest of
honor at a meeting of Bay Chapter of Women's American ORT *
on Tuessday noon at Tony's Fish Market. Discussing the
event are Mrs. Estelle Tishler (center), program chairman; and
Mrs. Sol Joseph, publicity. Mrs. Stanley Phillipps, president,
will report on the 17th biennial national convention of ORT
in New York City on Oct. 14 to 17. ___________________
Firkusny Will
Play With UM
Orchestra Here
Rudolf Firkusny. internationally-
known pianist, will be guest solo-
ist with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra. Fabien Se-
vitzky conducting, on Sunday even-
ing at Miami Beach Auditorium
and Monday evening at Dade
County Auditorium. The concerts
are the second in the current
series of nine pair of subscription
programs presented by the or-
chestra. j .
Firkusny wijl perform Antonin
Dvorak's Concerto for Piano and
Orchestra in G minor, the only
piano work written by the noted
Czechoslcruakiun composer
The major orchestral offering
on the program will be Ludwig
van Beethoven's symphony No. 3
in E-flat, Eroica.
To open the program. Dr.
Sevitzky has selected Earl
George's "A Thanksgiving Over-
ture," in celebration of the
forthcoming holiday season.
George, a native of Milwaukee,
Wis., wrote the overture in 1949
and revised it in 1954. The work
will be heard for the first time
at these concerts.
Furkusny. who will be making
his fourth appearance with the
University of Miami Symphony, is
currently celebrating his 20th an
niversary tour of the United States.
The Czechoslovakian-born artist
has appeared dozens of times with
the New York Philharmonic, the
Boston Symphony Orchestra, the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and
other outstanding American sym-
phonic organizations. He has also
appeared extensively throughout
Europe and South America.
JpM)
The ^ ONE..fC^ ) ^ TO REACH FOR
'Mrs. Jennie Seitlin is shown at the Beilin~on Hospital in Petacn
Tikva, exemininq some medical equipment purchased by the
nospital as a result of her qift to Kupat Holim, medical arm of
Histadrut. Mrs. Seitlin toured the hospital during her recent
rip to Israel. She is one of the founders of the Greater Miami
Israel Histadrut campaign and Poale Zion and Farband.
Zim Plans For
Jerusalem Trip
The first transatlantic passen-
ger service from Miami to Israel
will be offered by Zim Lines on
a March 12. 1964 sailing for Haifa
of the SS Jerusalem.
.Minimum fare is $.141 for tho
!?-';.v <" ssing which Incl
. in New York. Ma leira, i
Naples.
The
Jerusalem will i .. inic
of seven winter Caribbean cruises
from Miami lor the Zim liner, re-
turning to Miami on Doc. i& for
her second season of Florida op
i erations.
North County T Courses
Mrs. Veda Cromer, master
bridge instructor, will present an
eight-week course in beginners
bridge at the North County YMHA.
The class was scheduled to begin
Thursday at 8 p.m. This marks
the launching of several adult ac
tivities at the YMHA. Other pro
grams will include an eight-week
course in conversational Spanish
golf, and first aid.
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>ar
^yHitzvalt
ien Gaber .evening and the Ki '(lush in Popjel
'Jl.il'i P,:"'- Mil/' li:l11 Wll'm|flp Saturday W..I-YH--
[gregtalon Beth Jacob
morning. Nov. 9, Sanford Thalheimer
I'Tibor H. Stern offic- Sanford, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Thalheimer. 6100 Moss
,rant is in the eighth Hanth Rd be Bar Mitzvah
Ida M Fisher Junior l'ur,n8 services at Temple Beth
olays in the school shl"h conducted by Rabbi Mor-
ns A. Skop on Saturday morning.
; Nov. 9.
Sir. and Mrs. Harry
Alien Gaber
Michael Adelman
Robert Rose
John Greenfield
William Pollak
64, Lewrence is an eighth grade honor their daughter at the Oneg I Gold Room of the Thunderbird
\\V>t Ave. Allen will c* ebrant attends Palmetto student at Ponce Junior Hi gh .with Shabbat following the ceremony. (Motel.
.w., ifirtrfii^h fallow. Junior High and the Temple's Re- .. .. .
""Iii*-. cui u.i outside interests which encompass *
fishing and coin-collecting. William Pollak
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate : Sydney Rose. 17120 NW 14th Ave
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Loiter- at the Bar Mitzvah of William, son will be Bar Mitzvah during Mincha
remony, and at' a dinner! h>ious S**1- Hjs hbb*s.
[y evening at the Royal I coin-eollecting and water-skiing.
The Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening and the Kiddush follow-
Robert Rose
Robert Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Restaurant.
?nms Silverman
lining services on Sat-
9, at the Israelite Cen-
include the Bar Mitzvah
Silverman, with Rabbi
irsky otficiating.
Js an eighth grade student
Junior High and attends
it's Hebrew School. He
onored at the Kiddush
the ceremony, and at
ing Saturday's ceremony w.ll be man, 4001 Monserrate. will host I of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pollak, on I services conduct^ by RabWMN.-
J>1* 52J- of ,he Bar, the Kiddush in his honor. Saturday morning, Nov. 9, a, Tern- j JJfjJ SatUrd8y'
: pie Emanu-EI. The celebrant.s name will be
Gail Rosoff William is an eighth grade stu- SUDmitted bv Rabbi Zwitman to
Bas Mitzvah of Gail Hia Rosoff ident at Nautilus Junior High, \ Df s z Kphani, Israel's director
John Greenfield
Saturday morning services, Nov.
nple Beth Sholom con- wl11 be celebrated on Friday even-, where he has won a physical fit-1 of reijgious affairs in Jerusa
Rabbi Leon Kronish. I u,8. Nov. 8, at Beth David, with ness award, aquatic award at j who wi inicribe it in the
de the Bar Mitzvah of Rabbl Norman N. Shapiro offi- ocala, and a second place in Jun-' Mitzvan Book on Mt. Zion. R<
9, at Tempi
ducted by
will includ
John Mack Greenfield.
a *
David Piui
Rabbi Norman-M. Shadiro will
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
>n and dinner on Sunday! Greenfield, 4460 Meridian Ave.,
the Air Liner Motel. John is a student of the' Beth
r Mitzvah is the son of| sholom confirmation class 5725.
Mrs Harry Silverman.
Itdson of Mr. and Mrs.
nMin, of Chicago, who will,
for the Bar Mitzvah ob- offlclale at morn,nS services and
for the Bar Mitzvan on | ^ ^ MiUvah of David G|enn
, | Pius at Beth David on Saturday,
Gene L.iken Nov 9
Oration of the Bar Mitzvah The celebrant is the son of Mr.
[e I.aiken will take place at and Mrs. Marvin Pius, and in ad-
Zion during Saturday clition to playing the clarinet and
g service-. Nov. 9, conduct- swimming, he builds balsa wood
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. | and plastic models, and collects
atom,
Bar
Robert
i dating. jor Olympics. wyj then reCeive an engraved cer-
Gail is an eighth grade student' Follow ing the services, the cele- tilicate issued by the Israeli Min-
! at Glades Junior High and studies' orant Vvill be honored at the Kid- istry in addition to the Bar Mitz-
| piano. dush in Sirkin Hall, and in the vah certificate from Temple B'nai
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rosoff will evening, at a reception in the Abraham. _____
NCCJ Conference Opens on Note Of Cooperation
By Special Report
Commission, and a national co- crhood Week, observed each year
chairman of NCCJ. will preside, under the auspices of the Nation-
Four widely-known exponents of Dr sterling W. Brown, NCCJ al Conference. Former Congrcss-
interfaith good will and eoopera- executive vice president, will act man Brooks Hays, on leave as
moderator. Special Assistant to President
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
and grandson of Mrs.
he Lapidus, the celebrant is
tilth grade student at Glades!
High and plans to continue j
stamps.
a a a
Michael Adelman
Michael Alan Adelman will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
A reception will be held in hon- Kennedy, who is serving as 1964
or of former Secretary of Labor ntaional chairman of Brotherhood
extend greetings to
udies in the Temple's COO-{'SSlK' LSALSPSI *** -* Ecumen.ca
tion will engage in a dialogue on .
"The Ecumenical Movement"
the opening session of the 35th ^ p Mitche who served as Week, will
annual meeting of the National ]%3 natj0nal chairman of Broth; Mitchell.
Conference of Christians and Jews ( -
Sunday at the Palmer House in j
Chicago, HI.
Participants will discuss the im-i
^T) irtndaze
Ition class.
flowing the ceremony, the
l;:-li will be hosted by the par-
of the Bar Mitzvah in his
Ashley Trop
kth F.meth-Yehudah Moshe will
pt site ol the Bar Mitzvah cere-
i'i honor of Ashley Trop on
Ha> morning. Nov. 9. Rabbi
A; ill will officiate.
ll(> attends the Congrega-
Hebrew School and is an
(trade student at North
Junior High.
and Mrs. Martin Trop will
hi Oneg Shabbat on Friday
conducted by Rabbi Norman N. i movement for Catholics, Jews and
Shapiro at Beth David.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Adelman, the celebrant is an
eighth grade student at Shenan-
doah Junior High, where he plays
saxophone in the school band and
is a member of Boy's Club.
The Kiddush following the cere-
mony will honor the celebrant.
...
Lawrence Lotterman
On Saturday morning. Nov. 9,
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Law-
Protestants and their interreli-
gious relations, according to Dr.
Lewis Webster Jones, president of
the National Conference.
The speakers are Rev. Thurston
N. Davis, S.J., editor-in-chief of
the national Catholic weekly,
"America;" Dr. Martin E. Marty,
Karen Joy. born Oct. 31, joins I Chicago for a month to visit with
her 2-,-year-old brother. Scott, in their son and his family and their
. mu daughter and her family, Mr. and
the home of Judy and Elliot Klei Mrg Dayid scfaoenbach, Mr. and
man, former Miamians, now living mn Kirschner hosted an open
in Orlando. Local grandparents house celebration for their newest
grandson.
are Mrs. Lenore Kleiman and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Solloway, who spent
the weekend with their two grand-
associate editor of "The Christian children.
Century;" Rev. John S. Roman- *
ides. Professor of Theology, Holy. Second child. Lawrence Alan.
Cross Greek Orthodox Theologi-j born Oct. 23 to Ellin Beth and Bob j Nov. 15 at Carlsbad Spa, Holly-
cal School; and Dr. Samuel Sand-i Bressler, of Chicago. The father, wood, Fla. The conference will
mel, provost, Hebrew Union Col- son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin i be under the direction of Yoel
rente Martin Lotterman during lege. j Kirschner, 2141 SW 14th Ter.. Eisen. Leaders in the fight to
services at Temple Judea. Admiral Lewis L. Strauss, for-: lived here until 1959. The Bress-1 reduce the numbers of deaths from
A member of Boy Scout Troop I mer chairman. Atomic Energy' lers have a daughter, Mona. In this cause will attend.
Heart Disease Conference
A conference on "Prevention of
Heart Disease" is planned for
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*Jewisl> fhHdKfan
Friday, Nove-.-^g
MIAMI WINDOW
Beverlye Keufch Pecenl guest of honor at a dinner party celebrat-
ing her election at rice chanman of the Miami Beach Public reJa
Uons Advisory Board KestMties held at Loo Robin's Chandlers .
In Honolulu this week ;o address the convention of the National
LeagW of Insured Saving, Associations. Arthur H. Courson, chairman
of the League-* Legislative Committee He s board chairman of
Washington Federal Savings and Loan.
Ptiilip E. Simon reports FtM in Bank of Miami-Beach deposits to
a new high of $11,139,000 According to the board chairman, this is
a 30 percent increase Gerald "Hank" Schwartz, of Newark. N.J.,
has joined the public relations division of Harris. Buggcln & Brumby,
local advertising and business counseling firm The Riviera Coun-
try Club has commissioned silver craftsman Buddy Halpert to design
the Annual Perpetual Award for the Women's Golf Association.
Edward T. Newman, Miami Beach funeral director, elected -ec
ond vice president of the Jewish Funeral Directors Association of
America at the organisation's annual convention in New Orleans
Lew Sterling, tjaneral manager of Dumas Milner Chevrolet, says the
company has acquired the property at 4065 SW 8th St. Frei Stone,
CfcU, of 7400 SW 135th St.. spoke recently at a meeting of leading'
fielc. underwriters of the Home Life Insurance Company at Lake Kia-
mesha. N.Y.
Saturnino Noriega, former Florida State radio and television editor
lor the Associated Press, has been named senior account executive of
The Gerald Schwartz Agency, public relations iirm on the Beach
Carlsbad Spa. Hollywood. Fla.. announces the appointment of Joel
Eisen as managing director The Spa opens for the winter season
this weekend Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Jefferson
National Bank on 4l8t St. and Pine Tree Dr.. features Arthur H. Cour-
short as president and Jack D. Gordon as board chairman.
Summertime, a new project in Cooper City just west of Davie
features Mickey Michaels, veteran South Florida builder and developer!
and Morns Cooper as principals Representing them in the acquisi-
tion of the project s initial 150 lots is Charles Weinberg, Miami Beach
Ft r.,'. a fST'?,!eS ar Lui$ G- Gordon' of Xo !. and two
rt. Lauderdale builders. James Millard and Robert Meyers.
fnr E^*f?Ber He"ry End has becn aM,ned to do the interior
EfJh .r00mu mann" h0,el adJini"8 the nowabuilding Lucayan
Beach resort in the Grand Bahamas Mario, suave maitre d- a. the
Embers, has been spending his daytime hours working in Flamingo
I roduct.ons full-length Eastman Color film, The Deadly Circle
Manny Mandel, the Riverside Memorial Chapels exec, has been invited
Andrew A. Geller agent for Massachusetts Mutual, the recent re-
e2fftth,le~Veed io,C"',,<1 Lift' Un Ch.,1 i.iS"*?!" "^ f ,Jfe Underite" 0" the Bead, .
Chelsic Senerch.a, former mayor oi Miami and now a vice president
< "e/edera recently endowed a portable cardlo\ogic.l maenrne
?L\.i, H"-"1,ai Ro"'d Lipton, executive vice nres-
- of Dade Federal, participated in a recent panel of the "median
- ngpud Loan institute a. its annual Dixie region?. cSSSS
iv^. unu Mrs. ixatnun Nash, long-time residents ol Miami
Beach, and now living in Tel Aviv, are visiting Miami Beach
to dedicate the nursery in the new Hebrew Academy build-
ing, 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Nash is shown affixing '.heir plaque
to the doors of the nursery. Shown with the couple is Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy.
Galbut to Chair
Mesivta Dinner
Slated for Dec. 1
Miami Beach C ity Councilman
Hyman P. Galbut has been ap-
pointed chairman 01 the third an-
nual scholarship dinner of the
Mesivta Senior High School.
Judge Mfkind
To ChcSr Board
Of Semircry >
By Special Report
NEW YORK j s
Rilk:nd was namte. .|rrili
the Board of Direcor- i ,|
ish Theological Seminary of \1
iea. and Alan II. Stroock. t0rm'
board chairman, became pres|.,e
of the Seminary Corp
The two appointments were an
nounced this week by I)r
Finkelstein. Seminary, chani
who described them as part of a
reorganization of the .... a
tratlve structure of the Semi-
nary." Formal Installation of the
two officers will take place at a
Seminary convocat. :. ,,,1
year.
Judge Kitkind. a partner in the
law firm of Paul. Wi ... Riftjni
Wharton. ani Garrison, 1- a (r.
mer I'nited State- District Ju | -
A graduate of the Sen in %
Teachers Institute i has serv-
ed for several years as vice chair-
man of its Board oi Overseers, un-
der Herbert H. Lehman, who i
tinues as chairman of that body.
A member of the Board of D
tors for more than 20 years Judee
Rifkind has been serving or. the
board's administrative committee.
Stroock has been a member of
the Seminary's Board i i Directors
for more than 25 years, and its
chairman for the past 16
The aflair is scheduled for Sun-
day evening. Dec. l. at Waldman's
Hotel. The appointment was an- r, L Uf L L j
nounced here fcy Alexander C v/IOnUKO rTOrKSflOp morjay
Moskovits. chairman ol the Board
of Trustee.-, of the Mesivta at a
luncheon held Sunday in the
Mesivta.
HYMAU C&IBUT
S.dney Ans.n, president o. WCKT-TV. recent recipient of a Cer-
tificate o ApprechjUon from the U.S. Coast Guard for public servSe
- Real estate brokers and salesmen throughout Florida nvite,,
Erog'raSbv'VYl??* ST? "" =*"* HumaSS.'A r
of the p'ogiam K',,ak' ^^ KiS'ak **"* 9"- P-or.
executive vice president and trust officer of a v National Bank1"^
2^. 222" "cant inveatment seminar in PhiiadeSa ?
Gus Shav/ L:sts
New Trove! Ideas
Gus shav. Tra\el Service, 245
SW 1st St.. Suite 101. announces
four group tours to Israel and
Europe "that are really outstand-
ing."
After an absence of nearly a
year, he is once again active in
Shaw Travel Service. In addition
to the Israel tours, he is offer-
Parkinson Unit to Meet
Annual luncheon of the Women's
Division of the National Parkin-
son Foundation will be held on
Saturday noon. Nov. 16. at the
Deauville Hotel. Afternoon will
include entertainment and a fash-
ion show by Sandra Post. Chair-
man of the day is Mrs. Lillian
Weinstock. President is Mrs. Bev-
esly Fischer.
Gordon Off
To Nigeria
, mg:
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to alL
M0 1-7693
Jack D. Gordon, president of I
Washington Federal Savings and
. Loan Association of Miami Beach,
) is enroute to Nigeria to undertake
I a new U.S. State Department as-
signment for the Agency for In-
ternational Development.
Gordon will spend nearly a
month in the newf African nation
as an advisor to the A.ID. Mis-
sion's Housing Office at Port Har-
court in the province of Eastern
| Nigeria.
The Nigerian Government has
; allocated 200.000 Nigerian pounds
($2.80 converted into American
dollars ) to serve as the initial cap
ital for a Nigerian savings and
loan system undertaken as part
of the Nigerian development plan
The first unit in the system is
scheduled to open in Port Har-
court on Dec. l, and a second unit
will open shortly in Enugu.
A New York World's Fair
package.
Cruises sailing from Miami
and Port Everglades.
The thud annual scholarship
dirner will be given in honor of
Leo Robinson, l"c;,i philanthropist
and communal leader Rabbi II
Leu's Rottman, a founder and vice
[resident of the Mesivta, said that
"Robinson will be honored for his
ncble assistance toward the ad-
vancement oi religious education
in the Greater \! .,. mnranfty.
ard tor ins dedicat I service to
the Mesivta High School."
To serve with Galbut are Mos
kovits, Louis Meiwitzer and Sam
uel Reinhard as co-chairmen.
Honorary Committee includes
Shepard Broad, chairman, and
Charles Fruchtman and Harry
Genet. co-chairmen Arrange
menu Committee are Louis Pol
lack, chairman. S. Louis Schwartz
and Mrs, Irwin H. Makovsky. co-
chairmen. Parents Committee
are Max Sternstein chairman;
Marvin Lipman and Philip Jacoby,
co-chairmen.
"The graduates of the Mesivta
are now attending various univer-
sities throughout the country. Har-
vard College. New York Univer-
sity, and Yeshiva University have
honored Mesivta graduates with
national honor scholarships." Rab-
bi Morris L. Horowitz, principal
of the school, sail.
A Chanuka work-" ;> uill be
conducted by Mrs Simon April for
Beth Moshe Sister'- i member!
on Monday evenir.L piel Hall,
President is Mrs Fr- I Blank
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Gordon, together with Arthur H.
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eral Savings and Loan Association,
has been active in Latin America
and in other newly-formed African
nations in organizing savings and
loan systems to promote thrift and
encourage home building.
Earlier this year, Gordon also
j undertook a similar mission to
| the Republic of Somalia in Africa
at the request of the United Na-
1 tions.
Choir Members Named
Choir members of Temple Beth
Am. directed by Mrs. Herbert
i Baumgard, who will participate
iwith Cantor Charles S. Kodner in
; Friday evening services conducted
by Rabbi Herbert If. Baumgard
are Mrs. Jerome Anapol. Mrs. Rob-
lert Grossberger. Mrs. Edward
: Salem. Mrs. Herman Sumars. Mrs.
Ellis Tarshes, Mrs. Bernard Ab-
I bott. Mrs. Harvey Aibel, Mrs. Nor-
: man Ashbes, Mr. and Mrs. George
j Kramer. Jay Leshaw. Herman
Isis, Wilfred and Stanley Wellins.
Bigger Purse
Draws Entries
More than S50.000 in added mon-
ey purses for two upcoming stake
races at the Biscayne Kennel
I lull is drawing entry nominations
from owners of sonic- ol America's
finest greyhounds,
"Quality is there in volume "
said William R. Moore, presiding
judge. "There are rumbles of
more nominations to come from
other leading kennels throughout
the country."
The "big ones" are the $25,000-
Plus 21st All-Flonda Champion-;
ship on Dec. 7 and the second
Irish American Championship,
with the same purse value, which
1 starts Dec. 14.
| The four leaders in the state
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, ..ini.i Ave., died Nov. I.
I0NOS, Mi- Rose, 86, ..f 8473 SW
died Nov", I Sit \ i. ,s in
Bin Hide,
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Rive Hide.
.VRTZ. .Mis Esther, 87, 11 I I.
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B2nd si i lurdon.
VOSNOW, Aliiahain, SO, ,.i Mm Wash-
ngton ,\ve Service* in New i'ork.
Riverside.
POCKtK. Ji.....I.. 72, uf 1300 Buy ltd.!
Service* in Nu V. ,k Riverside.
SOLKOFF. Mrs. Jennie, v. ,.f |3SS
Mel idinn Ave, < lortlon,
WEXLtR.'.l........ :.,, ,,i 3S33 SW -.nil,
T, i died Oct. 29. Riverside.
LEGAL NOTICE
TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-i .UDCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
; f- DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 11585
: WENK.
:.
*s PETER WKXK.
NOTICE OF SUIT
HAXt.F.S PETER WKXK.
notified thni a Complaint
has bean fiicii s gainst
nil ar,. required tn serve u
our answer or pleading to
:., int for Divorce on the
attorney, KKXXKT1I M.
f Myers, lleimnn, Kaplan &
1130 .-W 1st Street, Miami
..... ami file the original an-
. leading in the Office of the
,. Circuit Court on or be-
!lll (III) of !' eeinher. I6:-..
! lo do so. "iil-ni.m l.v de-
ii taken against you f"r the
..mil, (i iii the Complaint for
Hhnll I"- puMlahed once
i..r i. in- I'onaecutive (!.-
i:wism Ki.i>i;ii>i.\x.
XN'I" oltPKRED at Miami.
'.;h day of Xovemlier.
'-. I.KATHERMAN,
,. | r mi COUl'l
| I.l i|'i:i.A\l'.
i'. i. .: v i 'lei i.
m\ i:i:s
ll< in. n, Knpla ,s .
s I
I.la
II 8 -1S -!
IFICATF OF
- ORATE DISSOLUTION
ME AND BY THE
. THORITY OF THE
TATE OF FLORIDA
>\ i.M THhVI: I":
mi:. (IltKKTLVtisi
IXt] XATIIANSH.V
i.iiRli>A: mai: ) I.
ill.XMi i r. \('ii. ri.i >lt-
ll'RTllN, M
nRIHA: ,li.l on the l.th
A i i. I'(..J. i.iil-c lo I-,-
i lie 111 \\ s of III,'
iii-mk I. r M ii I". II
I'liltl'.. a i ni |mm alloli.
i'.il puice of ini- *h
lAI'K I'nlXTV, in
I I' ."i ni.i, and a hei can
11 Ion did mi the Win dn>
\ I' in.::, cause to l- filed I
ni in, Kecretar) ol Htate
. i i'lorlda, tl>*. douumen- t
rit> reiiulred under Section
lu Statutes, show big the
..I' hucIi corporation-
-I. ii.ii. the Becrotary of i
|- hei eh> certifl t,, the ton -
Hi.i lie i- satisfied that i hi
I ill,- law have been
i iih
| i.\i:ss wiikrki >K. I have
set my i.ithI anil lax,-
|. the tireat Real of the Btate
orlda, at Tullahassee. ill,
dial, this the TWBNT1 -
I of OCTOBKIt, A.I'.
TOM AI'AMS.
Hecretary uf Btate
II V M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Xorii'K is HKKMHY 'ilVKX thai
the undarsigneid, dealring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SIXSIIIXK Ml'StO BRRVICR at I4S5
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Intend* to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade CouutVi
Florida
SAM OOT.I1 n-'k/a
SAM OOLDBTEIN
II 8-15-St-SS
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 116587
l.'M'IS KliKNSTKN ami S'lllI.I.A D.
I'KKXSTKIX. Ills K-lfw,
Plaintiffs,
RIKHOl' ti COMPAST, REALTORS,
el III,
Defendnnta
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ii : snx.iA 7.SFV a/h a
SoNJA SKSKIX
.Mil Morn ago Drive, X.K.
Atlanta. Oeorgui
VOl Am. lle.K.iiY NOTIFIBn that
i complaint has been filed against you
in the above Court lor the return of
.-I..W depesha and you are repaired
to serve a i.ipv of your answer or
olendlng to the rnmolalnt on Plalnt-
IffB" attornev, HENRT NORTON", I40S
Btarayne Building, Miami. Klorida,
nut file Hie original answer or plead-
ing in the offlt.....f tiie Clerk of the
Small Claims t'ourl on or before the
18th day ..i Ileceinber, 196S, nl 8:08
A.M. If you i il i" do so Judgment
by default nill i taken against you
for Ihi relief .1 -manded In Ih......I -
plaint.
I \ TI: I il.. iih .I .-. of November,
:
SM VI.I. I 'I..MMS c' (CRT
Ii tl>K c >l"NTV, IL' IRIH \
I.- v lli'l I I' M Mil i 'W
i'. put) i".- rk
n --I".
i
\ ii
INOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Bailed, (lesiiiiiu to engage In
laler the fictitloiiK name of
JAill MEDICAL CENTER
I" IVi-hlngtOn Avenue, Ml-
1*'U rldu iiiiends to r%g-
ime with the Clerk of the
In of Uade County. Kloi klu.
lilXHTiiX MKDICAL
ORATORIES, INC..
r hi Corporation
|kami-
fi Medieal Center
tton Avenue
i. I i,.rl,ia
ll/S-l.-,-22-L'!>
3TICE UNDER
fOUS NAME LAW
JB HEREBY (ilVKX that
gled, desuttng to engage III
er iii.. fletltiotiH name of
W KAST N ir RSI X N.W, l'.th Av.-iiu.. Mi-
nti mis t.. reaistei said
,'he Clerk of the circuit
* County, norlda.
!> r\ RKB8FORIUHI, IXC.
1'rtda i ..i ].,,i.i t i-hi
fl' tve., Miami, riorida
|IKS .v BITTER
Applicant
Sir.. i
11/8-1S-S2-29
NOT CE BY PllRI ICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C1I964
I 1.1)1 IN 171 i\VIN VAN MKTKR,
I ; i 11: l.
\ H,
II iVCE itniA N I VAN METER
I i, I, Milanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in MHB .IttVCK ItUIANH
VAN METER
H : I \-hu.....I I ii i>.
Sni\ i na, l :."l flUI
v.ni. jo yc i: B i: i a x n V \ x i
MKTER, are herebj notified Hni a I
I i:i of Compjalnl for IHvorce has been
fi e,l ugalnal you. and yoti are re-
in.heil to serve a coat nf your Answer!
.. Pleading t" thi BUI of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attorney, wii.i.iam j
.1 M i I.l 'SKKV. I".7". Palm Avenue.
II,I.all. I'lo, Ida, an-l file th>- original |
iiisu.r or I'li.nliiv In the office of
the clerk of the Clrcull Court on or
in fore the '.'ih da) ol Oecemner, I..:.
ii M.u fail lo do so, judgment hy de
fault will in- taken against you for the
ri l|ef demanded in the BIO of Cum-
plaint.
This notice shall lie published one,'
eaeli week for four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JKWIKII l'l.l iKII'IAX.
IkiNK AX 11 ORPRREP Hi Miami.
Kloiiiln. ihis ;.t,i .lav of November,
A l>. IMS.
K. B. i.i:a tiii:i:.max. Clerk,
Clrcull Court, Uade County, Florida
is,all By : K. M. i.VmaX
I '....iitv i T. rk
WII.I.IAM J. M CI.ISKKV
117} Palm Ave., HIaleahl Kla.
rhone: 8S7-S2$a
II/S-IStSS-SI
in the county judge's court
in and for dade county,
florida in probate
No. 579*6-A
IX RE: Estate of
KltANCIS S. HANKOPE,
Deceaaad.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NtrriCK Is hereby given that I aave
l lied a FMal Report and Petition for
OtstrilHition anil Etnnl Discharge as
l-.x.eutor of the estate of EltANCIB
s. llAXKi'Ei", deceajied: and thai on
the 17th day of Deoernber, 1!>6S, will
apply to the Honorable County .luilaes
of lnde County. Florida, for approval
of said linal Report iul for distri-
bution ami final discharge as Execu-
tor oi the isiat, of the above-named
he. dent. This iih da.v ot November,

ll \i:i:v HANKOFF
ROBERT 11 TRAIRK1
Attornes
\ I duPonl Building
Miami :::'. FloriiLi
II S-15-22-2S
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE. D'SSOIUT OM
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLOR'DA
T M I. Tl i \\ l|( l.M TIIKSi: I'T'S
i:\ts siiai.i. iii.mi:. tIREKTINCS:
Whereas, l:\vcs w HXXKOfE
NURTH MIAMI BEACH, EI.oRIPA;
H\RRY N HAN'KOTF, NtlRTH MI-
AMI BEACH, FLORIDA: FRANCES
s II MJi li X t) R '!' II MIAMI
Ii: U 'II. IT.( iltll i.\: did oM ill. :'nih
da) of July, A ii IKS, ranse lo be
Incorporated under the laws ol the
i '' ri CM t P M i '.' \ l-'T
II lll.lSIIKIts nl- MIAMI. ISC., a
'".....rulion, with ii- prinelpnl place
"' bnsln s hi M \ i i \ v i \ i, k
{'HOWARD Cl if.NTT, In the Slat,- ,.f
rlnrida, and where-is such corporation
Mil on the |h| dai of November, A.P.
I SI ;. .!"-. to I. filed in Hie .."!.. of
Ih' |* retai) ol Btate ..f thi S'nte of
I' lot i 'a. ii,,. do, I,,,, utnii niithoi It)
!' .Hired under Section 808 27, P'orldn
r tatuti -. showing the dlas dution of
-'> '..ri-.'.....
Xow. therefore, the Secretary of
Btate does herein rertlfi to the 'fore-
going and tliat hi i- satisfied that the
requirements << the law have been
.......died wrli.
IX WITNESS WIIKlM-'ir. I have
hereunto sel my hand and have
affixed the dual Seal ol tin Suite
of Fit rida. at Taliil'assee. the
CnnltBl his Hi-- I :i'si ,|j ,,i
NOVEMBER. A.P. IMS.
tseal i !' i>i \ i ( 'i >
Becretai of Btate
II v ',:!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CTRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C11885
BAMi IN I'ACIIKi '.
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARMEN .11 I.IA FEUCIAXO
PAI IllOCO.
I >, feiidani.
TO: CARMEN .I1I.IA FBI.IC1ANO
PACHECO
R. F. I>..' Bacon 712
Ponce, Puerto Rico
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
ior Divorce mi the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the tli day of
il iiioIki, a.ii. 18(1; uilnsrwiHe, the
Bill of complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
da) of November, IMS.
K. B. I.KATHERMAN.
Clurk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
;eal> By: X. A. IIBWETT,
Deputy clerk
Ml I,TON A. FRIEDMAN
lilt Alttsley BulMing
Miami :i'J. Florida
ii 1-lS-tS-tt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60959C
IN RE: Estate of
.MARK I.ACHM AN
I leceaied
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Y..11 ar. hereb) notified and re-
quired '" irestnl i it. a 'in- i :nl de-
mands which x-.ii inn) hai against
the estate ol M \1'K I. IfHAKN
I ase.l lale ol I 'ade I 0 11111 1 I"
i.i the Count) Judges of Dado Coun-
t). and file ih. same in their i
In the Count) Courthouse In I'ade
Count). l-'i' Ida, w iilnn si*
i ninths from the d He of tin
publlcal..... hi : of, oi thi hii ... in
I., barred
Rl >SK l.Ai 'UMAX
Administratrix, f T \
Shapiro, Fried St W> II, Esqs.
Attorneys
107 Lincoln Road
Miami Beat h, Floi Ubt
ii s-r.-j.'-."'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 10538
THE Wll.l.lAMsl'.IBCH
SAVINliS HANK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
THOMAS A I'VTKICK. el IIX el a!.
lief, mlants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti': Thomas A. Patrick and Norina 'i.
Patrick, bis wife, Realdaaue l'u-
knovvn, last nmiliiig address c
C.eneial I'eliveiv. duel bid. W, -i
VirKinia, anl if reiiiarried, thall
tinknown spoiis-s. if living and if
dead, the unknown heirs, devisees,
Krantees. assignees, Honors, credHtira,
trustees or other claimants, claiming
by. through, under or agninal any of
the above nemed de/endgnts who are
.lei". .IMed.
You are hereby notified that the
above oaptloned action hss bean in-
stituted against you in the circuit
Court of the II lit Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and for Dado County to
i,ieeinso a mo''t-age upon the follow-
ing described real piopetty:
I.ot IS, Block I S MANOR SECTION ONE. aeoocdlng
to the Pint thereof, recoiyled lu Plat
Book 57 at ir.ii:<.. 7:> of tin iiiblgj
Records of Dade Count)'. I-Torida,
together w n ii Suburban lag Wall
T>l>e Oven Mod. I S4d#ii-ll": Kulmr-
han t-Buoter (lag Suria.-o I'nlt
Model Ttts.'.-^:'!: Hot point Refrigg
, rutor #7240J8: Veiietliin Blinds:
Parade Water Heater Model S-J0-1
PX#tMlM>,
You are reiuired to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Couct. and.
serve a copy ttKir'-of upon, plaintiffs
attorney mautin FINE, ltiii i"i......
Dade Federal Building, Miami 32.
Florida not later than November !S,
Hiss, or a Decree Pro Confaseu will
i iiiieied against you,
DATED: October 22, 1989
B. B. L.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
i s.al) B) : X. V. HEWITT,
Depat) Clerk
MAUTIN FINE
Vttomey for Plaintiff
I lib Fl..... iv.d. i". .I. ral BWg,
12, Florida
io :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60895 B
IN RE: Estate of
i;i:imt:i hi: : botiis i i:in.
1 ieceasi d.
NOTICE TO CRFO TORS
!'o All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
,..,. are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present an) rlalms ami de-
msnds a*hlch you ma) have agalnsl
the esia.....i iif.iiTiii I>i-_ i; io i'l 11-
STKIN d, eeas.-d late of Had.- County,
I "I id i. tu lb. County Judges of Dade
Clunly, ami file I he same in duplicate
ami as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
In County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the tune of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, tins j..ih
da) of 'i-iober. A I >. IS6S,
JESSE N. GOLDSTEIN
As l'.\. i lltol
First publication ol this notice on
the lsi day of November, 198:1.
\i l-:i'.MA.\ S, WEPMA.N
Attorneys for Estate
l"7 Blscayne Building
11 I-S-IS-IS
NOTICt UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is herebst hiven timt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious na..... of
V.l.R CltlAR FAIR at ISO Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach intends to register
said na..... With the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DEE KRAMER a k a
I 'AVI DA KRAMER
Sole i iwner
flelgel, Albert, Weiss A Lyons
Attorneys for Applicant
1162 VV. Flagler St., Miami
a ll 1-8-15-2!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBRY GIVEN that
ihe underahrned, desiring to enaage in
business under the fictitious name of
V.I.I'. TRAVEL FAIR at 160 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beaeb int,-mis to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Had.- County, Florida.
DEE KRAMF.B a k a
DAVIDA KRAMER
Sole Owner
Relget, Albert, w.iss Lyons.
Attorneys for Applicant
1162 W. Plagler Si., Miami
11/1-8-1S-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN thnt
the iindefsiened. desiring to encage in
business under the floUtloua name of
SllKi:i:s ACTS, at 78U Bind St., Mi-
ami Rnanh F'a.. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of l>ade County. Florida.
FRANK SIIKUKS
SYLVIA SHORES
Side l iwners
r.M'l, K WITXirV. Ally
Sllvel-teill. Kw-itliev and I lolldiss
A ttoi liov for l iwners
1211 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fia.
ll 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
KtiTK'K IS HEREH\ HIVEN that
the undersigned, di
business under the fictitious name of
.HMMIKS B tRBI RSH" IP I 1243 W
Flaglei Si Miami, P'orhls ini. n.is i.
n-glstei -.-.1 name wiib the Clerk nl
Ihe i Court of I 'ade I 'ount).
Florida
VINOE TORREI.L
' R M tYERB
An rn. \ for Pll
11112 Con ess I
Miami 32, I'm
II I--!.-,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60946
IX RE: Estate of
BARAM A I. I'M AN
I eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nod All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ar,- hereb) notified and re-
quired to present any claims and di
mauds which yog may have atain-t
the estate uf MARAsn Al.TMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County .liaises of Hade Coun-
ty, ami file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Beotloa 7::::.H',. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Uade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of III.' first publication here-
of, oi- the suinc will be barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 1Mb
day of ii-tober. A.D. IMS.
WILLIAM J. OOLDWORN
As Kxeeutor
First on'.heal em of Ibis notice on
the 23th day of i Ictober, 1863.
WII.I.IAM .1 OOLDWORN
Attorney fi r Kxucutor
4D7 I.im ..In Ho.id
tu _-. II l-S-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOVICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engAKe in
business under the fictitious, name of
I.IDO SPA at tu Belle Isle. Miami
Beaeb. KloriiUi Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of Htule County. Florida.
VENETIAN SPA OPERATING
COMPANY (a Florida corporation)
By: Nathan B. Rood, President
RICHARD BRICKMAN
Attorney
Myers, lli-ltugn. Kaplan &. Catsman
I.l.v. n FtftT Bldg.,
1150 S.W/ 1st St.. Miami Ii. Ma.
ll/i-lS-32-SS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAM! LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned. deslriUK to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STATE l.I'jcoRS at *w X.E. Sec-
ond Aveiun. M In mi Shores Intends to
register said name with the clerk of
tin Clraull Court Of Hade County.
Florida.
(AS II. EWi hid INTERNATIONA!-
CORP
By: Joseph f 1. Flantgan, Preeldeat
HARRY ZnCERNICK
tttorne) fot 'w ner
I'.'H Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Fioi Ids
ii 8-15-22-2S
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jenist fh-ridfiatn
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate yout
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial III 3-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY HIVEN that.
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious natae il
CROWN RERTAt'RANT at 2716 West
Flagbtf Street int.nd- t,. register suld
name with the Clark of thi 'I ill
i oiii 1 of Uade CilUM) Floi |i
BENJAMIN SKLOX
JEROME i: OREENE
Attorne) for Benjamin Sklon
2ii Security Trust Bids.
Miami S2, Floi i'l.i
' 11 1-8-15-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 10650
DOLLAR BAVINOS BANK OF THE
< ITY OF NEW YORK.
Plaintiff,
VS.
OS9 *AR JARBOE, et u\. ,t al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Osear Jaghoe and Emily .larboe,
bis wife. Residence Unknown,
and if l-einarrieil, their unknown
spons* s, it liviim and if dead, the un-
known hellS. devisees. Klant.eS, US-
slgnees, llenors, ereUitors. trusteen or
i tber claimants claiming by, through,
under oi against auy of tii above
named defendants who ure deaensed.
You are hereby notified thai the
above captlCtiad action has been in-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Court of the nth Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and lor Bade County to
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real property:
I.ot I. Block 43, SCOTT LAKE
MANolt, SECTION SIX, according
to the Mat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 85 at Page 11 of the Public
Records ot l'ade Cunty, Florida,
together with Venetian Blinds.
You are reipiiivd to file your an-
ivi-t to plaintiffs ..nipliiiiil with the
clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a oopy thereof upon plaintiff*
attorney MARTIN FIXE, lltb Floor.
I iade Federal I alilo inn. Miami :','-'.
Florida not latex than Novemliei 23.
!S,6S, or i Dearae ITo Confesso will
I., i ot.r. DATED: October 22, 1983
E. B LEATHEKAI VN
Chi k of the i 'In 'iii "otirt
tseal) B : N \ HEWITT,
Depot) Clerk
M tRTIN FINE
Attorne) for ri ilntlff
1 lib Flooi I Mil. Fetl. ral U
Mb.......-. Fl
10,25, 11 l-S-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FO^t DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6'.C85-C
IN l:r Estati of
Ni IRMAN i I.NRAl SARKIS'n
a k a Ni d.M VN C S vRKISl IFF
11. as. il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l o All Credit! i and All Person*
Ing claims iii Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re
quired to pi,s.nt an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
th. ,stat. of NORMAN CONRAD
SAUKls'oFl'. a ka NORMAN C.
SARKISOFF deceased late of Dade
Couiiiy, Florida, to the County Judges
of Dade County, ami tile tin- same in
duplicate and as provided in sV t on
7:.:. Hi. Floi id.i Statutes. In their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
Dade Count)', Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
Will be bailed.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 1Mb
da) ot i kitabar, AH. I ;;::.
Kl.l.A MARTHA SINKS
As RJBecetrlg
First publication of this notice on
the 2.->ih day of th-t..ber. 196:!.
ll \i;i:v BUKERrMCK
Attornev for Mceeutrlg
I2ti i.tiieoin i',i.. Miami Beach
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B r 8, 1963 V* (cakVfcA FfrurmrJSiHn Page 11-B -auca.ors Elect [the YMHA tenth annual Teen-Age tor and ludi Spiegel. Miami Branch. Not jresent three branches of the "Y" fhown c:e Paul Kamon. Miami Branch; and :lave Steering Committee. Left Faith Price, Phyllis Applcbaum and Martin y Lubin, Suzi Stern, and Randi Dunne, Beach Branch. The conclave ;s schedNorth County Branch; Sunnie uled for Dec. 15 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. ;t:rey Rubin, and Alva Badanes. Some 2C0 teen-agers from 30 cubs of senior Ch; Eida Mildwoff, Jerry Fierberg high school age will attend. Staff coordinill. Beach Branch and Jerry Canalor is Burton Garr. Azulay President Itabbi Shimon Azulay, of the Hebrew Academy, was elected president ol the Hebrew E -uca;ors Alliance at a meeting of the organization Sunday held in the Academy. Other officers elected were Miss Nettie Goldstein, Temple Beth Sbolom. and Meyer Samberg, education director. Temple Ner Tarn id, vice presidents: Mrs. Shoshana Spector. Hebrew Academy, secretary; Saul Forush, Hebrew Academy, treasurer; David Freedman, pioi.eer Hebrew teacher in Greater Miami, honorary president. Executive Committee include;Mrs. Gladys Diamond. Iieth Torah, Congregation; Mrs. Zahava Suke nik, Hebrew Academy: IHr.-c'i %  § %  |__ |nc+flllf*f! Berman. Beth David Congrega %  DC Il T HHCU tion; Sholom Ben-Porath. Israelite Center; and Benjamin Ben-Arie, Temple Or Olom. MM DAVID ROSENFflD Flagler Rabbi fy Series ich V is Nov. 17 lunu appearance of tomime duo known rintt" will be preamble showing, one lad one for adults. I YMHA Branch on I ; presentation at children over six, nompanied by their nark the opening ear of the Sunday which presents events lor children l arts. The adult inning at 8:l"> p.m.. in a series of adult U v. ill be in a com| I ein. '.'-wife team, S<>loYakim have per:ie famous trench Marcel Marccau feir American debut i Hall with Etienne i have also perform {all. as well as in clubs. fa committee of parco-chairmen. Mrs. Ion and Mrs. Irving is are intended to as well as educa 30 Families Wi!l 33 fad&xted 'Ih" 80 new fanUi %  which j lined Temple A a'.h Yeahurun our inthe past High Holy '.. ys will W officially inducted during I-'ri lay evening services conducted by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual eader. and Cantor Maurice N'eu. Welcoming the families into atMlcmians Will Attend Confab Edward Cohen, ol Temple Israel ol Greater Miami, Mrs Mil S Malak >tf. Temple Beth Sholom, and Ellis Bobbin, Temple Beth Am. will attend the nth biennial convention ol the National Association ol Temple Administrators ;it the Palmer House in Chicago next week. The Reform synagogue executivewill participate in workshops an:l seminars dealing with problems of temple administration, among them: "Implications of New Federal Tax Legislation.' "Developing New Sources of ConSunday Evening Installation ceremony for Rabbi David Rosenfeld will be held at Flagler Granada Jewish Center Sunday, 8:30 p.m. Born in Israel, the sop of i rabbi, the Flagler-Granada tual leader traces his back to the famous H :i;!i centurj "Prince of Bible Commentators His lath r Ral bi Herman B >%  enfeld, founded the Aj Hasofrim of Jen v here ove 30u people worked as scribes ot the Holy S rolls. Rabbi Rosenfeld married the daughter of a noted Rabbinical Judge of Hungary. Their only son, also a rabbi, is principal of a yeshiva in Great Neck, L.I. A graduate of Yeshiva Aitz. gregational Income," "Devising fihatod groups of the Temple will I, Maintamin „ systems andlChayim in Jerusalem. Rabbi Ros je Joseph Liedman. president ': F orlris an( j %  n, e Kxpanding 'enfeld has served congregations in he congregation; Mrs Ira Levin,| Rde £ t|w Admin | gtrator in hc Salem. N.J.. and Leighton Pa and was principal of the United Hebrew Schools of New Brunswick. N.J. He is past president •.iu B H n l ..-j'Kole of the Administr; .resident of the Sisterhood; and Mo(|crn g n e •• loaeph Fields, president of the .,__, ->i-w Cohen, a member of Man's Club. the National Executive Board and editor of Sisterhood will ten.er a rccep fhc NATA QuarU rlv will cnair a ion in honor of the new members uncht on session on Nov 12 deal If the Ones Shabbat following the ; ^ he objec(ives of lhe new Apparel Exec To be Specker ol the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami. The installation will be conductpublic relations i of B *d by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Union of American Hebrew Conspiritual leader of Temple Israel gregations. parent body of Reform B*N Solomon Schiff. president synagogues, He will also attend the UAHC biennial the followin week ;it the Conrad Hilton Hotel Israeli husband-and-wife pantomime duo will launch the Sunday Celebrity Series of the YMHA on Sunday, Nov. 17. Marshall J. Mantler. executive lirector ol the National Associa_ ion of Women's and Children's p|6W Free LOGII Apparel Salesmen. Atlanta Ga.,j will be principal speaker and inj stalling officer on Sunday. Nov. 24. at the annual meeting of Florthe Rabbinical Association, will give the Invocation, and Rah bi Morton Malavsky. of Temple Beth sholem cf Hollywood, the benediction. Cantor Edward Kleir will sing, accompanied by Hj Fried at the piano. Cantor Georgf Goldberg, of Flagler-Granada, will lead in community singing. Young Marrieds At Temple Judea iirected by Tommy coming year will be discussed at James Treblas, secretary; and Ir '. "The Wizard of la meeting of Temple Judea Young w i n Rcbbins. treasurer. Another I Round Children's Married Club to be conducted by ,, vkar ,| will go to Charles Stone. Mar. 8. Sounds inI Dr. David Seltlin, chairman, on concluding his second term as by the Miami Tuesday evening ill the Temple president of the 75 member organiI reception hall, /ation. Iire in the "Y" lor the Tempi"' SW ltith Ave. Sisterhood Group Formed Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch i now launching a membership drive Ida Association of Hancbag. Jew for h newly-established Merkos C]n#U WniTtPn elry Accessories Salesmen. I Hebrew Froe Loan Socletv 311101 WTO-Tien The Merkos Fre. I T Q Hear Rabbi founded bv Harry and Murray' ?% "T^" .„ Rosenberg." Miami Beach resiTemple Sinai Sisterhood will dents, in memorv of their sister, meet at the New England Raw Chave Esther Yehudith bas ShalBar. Biscayne Blvd. and 127th om St.. next Wednesday. Buffet lunchThe Merkos Free Loan is a non lon "'" hc served at 11:30 a m 1 all work Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy will reinvolved in extending loans is on view Shirley Barkers new novel, a volunteer basis. "Strange Wives. Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch is the Rabbi Lowy's topic at the next central organization for Jewish sissicn of the Temple's adult edueducation of the Lubavitc'ier cation series will be "The Commovement. Florida Regional Ofparison of Sabbath Morning Worlice is P.O. Box 1265, Miami ship in Reform and Traditional The breakfast installation will precede opening of the FAIUAS annual November Market Week at the Algiers Hotel which will run through Wednesday, Nov. 27. Appreciation plaques will be awarded Marty Stahlberg and ents in the seriesI Plans for social, cultural and inootanany; Jan. 12 M tellectual programs during the j Harry Lader, vice presidents; I pr0 fit organization and all work ING IHUR'S >URT The |G STRINGS SUPPER llAMI INGS ILLAS • TU 8-1521 S. CO.n.r I luncheon at 11:30 a.m.. on Wed rcsday. Gladys Rose will review The Slave. b> I-aac Sinter. Record Number of Confabs Beach. | Prayerboaks." Sam Waldman, president of the "" C! *",V ,i„„ Walelman's Family Hotels, ar:d op For cad, tuket pursued, donJ n ,„•> name u ill be "^*?ina Miam i Reach, announced this week permanent album. ADfMNA has at will be used to buy books for the j !" ^ ^ ^ ^^ o kosher Jewish conventions to our hotel in its history." The Waldman Hotel is under the super vision of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis and carries the UO sign Over 10,000 persons attended these conventiors. A21st off Collins Ave. f T Miami Beach ^s9 STEAKS RIBS T BEEF Menu from ~95 Com#ll.~w-y CIM *!* BANQUET FACILITIES Fit* Fotkinf JE 8-0523 &f &f &f Ask Itr yw CHIP-IMS 1 W -.1 re •) M"U ""2SLJ& H ^1 JI %  '— %  ^. ^ % %  ^ Salutes the BUSINESS MAN OF THfc WEEK It*. BAUHGARltN i >,v ii, : Milktfle \|.|,. i i-nl S' I %  %  AUTHENTIC GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE AND SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES 4.00 PJI; •"' %  %  illUwHH^'on tha corner 111 Miracli Mill, C.i. fh 446-7031 For lji-0ut Service HALLANDALE, FLORIDA On U.S. I, one half mile south o* Gulf**'•*am Race Track Ph. HOLLYWOOD WA 2-7223



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r :ge 6-C %  Page 2-A vJmlsli Flcridnan Friday, November 8, :rtii %  K Jt ati I T oeg at Pro •he Felc Com n N a pi ipor. me he ems ..nd f th on ry o ev il in Israel Cabinet Puts Off Talk on Religious Unrest ISta busses" for transport loui-iMs on the Sabbat while leaflets signed I ion of %  MeanNVlurei Continued from P?-je 1-A I e I by a special ministerial comit(M. Meanwhile, the area around the .Mandelbaum Gale, where travel irs have been hooted, jeered and stoned every Saturday lor mor> man two months, was quieter Sat iiiday than it has been tor man; asks. A token police lorce guard i i the route, keeping religious MI %  t.away from the traffic. Som )| the zealots did line the roadway, fill .!. slogans, but there were no altercations. Police detachments kept sightseers away from the route which had been posted with police signs. The signs requested automobile drivers to avoid usitvj the road on the Sabbath and on Jewish h?li(*ays as much as possible. The signs noted that the caution did not apply to diplokr-nrt Karta zealots were dlrtributed? caring a ban on stone throw,* one Ol the tactics used mats. United Nations personnel las. ween, ^ **!J! clergy, Israeli defense forces, Amram Btau. leader of the .Ntluru | 0 t n their fight tgj The i-'i-. hrowj n g '5 the let, police traffic, fire brigades, or ( Ka| ., a zea lots. suggest that the itraffic. Syria and Iraq Threaten Force Over River Project LONDON —tJTAi —A threat to : -i military force to prevent Is lael from (livening Jordan River waters v. as made by the governments of Iraq and Syria this week according to reports from Beirut. i be governments were reported as having agreed that the Jordan River irrigation projects were '"a serious threat" to the Arabs and must be countered, if need be." i y action of the combined Arab armies. Syria and Iraq announced a joint military command earlier this month Observers here said that the latest Syrian-Iraqi statement on tne irrigation projects marked the Start of a period heightening tension between the Arab countries ;:d Israel over use of Jordan River water. AN ISRAEL BOND Is the Greatest Security for YOU and YOUR CHILDREN'S CHILDREN Moyifire friedberg Israeli officials said recently that the proposed water diversion for a vast Negev irrigation project was a matter of life or death for Israel. It was estimated here that Israel has spent nearly $84,000,000 on the irrigation project. Gen. Zvi Tsui. Israel Chief of Stall, declaied meanwhile in Tel Aviv in a special order of the day this week marking the 1956 Sinai campaign, that Israel was no better equipped than it was in 1956. He added that Israel must now know that in any future trial, it would have to depend on itself. Recalling the bravery of the Israeli forces during the Sinai campaign, the military leader warned those "who threaten Israel but who are themselves deep in Yemen and the Algerian sands" — a reference to support Egypt has been providing to the Yemen rebels in the civil war in that country and to Algeria in the current border lighting with Morocco. Israel marked the Sinai anniversary with parades. cars carrying personnel of the Magen David Adorn—the Israeli equivalent of the Red Cross. A statement opposing any coercion on this issue, either b> ielig I ions elements or by secularists. IMS issued by Rabbi Zvi Yehuda ilook. son of the late, revered Chiel Rabbi Rook As head of the Mrrkaz Ilarav Yeshiva. Rabbi Kock .ailed on all sides to find means .,or bringing the religious and nonreligious camps closer "by way jl a dialogue, in order to bring about order and assure a harmonicus way ol life.' Another outstanding Israeli scholar. Prof. S. H. Bergman. WOO is \wdel> respected among the re ligious elements, urged the Government to halt the sabbath traf fie disturbances. He stressed the "grave danger inherent in a widening of the gap between the religious and non-religious groups." Some 2.000 parsons attended a rally in the Mea Sheanm quarter Teen-Agers Will Install Officers Officers of the Temple TeenAgers Club at B'nai Sholom who will be installed during services Friday evening are: Gary Kresel, president; Sylvia Seinberg. vice president; Debby Bornstein and Debby Levy, secretaries; Alan Goldberg, treasurer; Lonny Norman, chaplain; Ruth Alperin. parliamentarian; Brian Gardner, sergeant-at-arms. Board members are Mark Bart. James Straus and Linda Straus. *wsMaivts Complete and Dependable Title Service 1AM! 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Peg* 8-A > Jcnitf fhrkii^r Friday. Nove—ber A pr^e Minflnl. r-._evec to be severe: hundred years old is ?:**-" ~: s ~~ ; ^d Ruth Srrietcn. 835 84th St. to the nebrew .-.rcce^y. Looking on left to right; are Samuel i=ue*_^. Ror/bi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy. ~-_c Irvirg Firei. vice president or the Academy. A naLve of Poians. Smietan received the Megillah from his grandparent when he was a boy in Warsaw. The Meaillah will se p-.aced ui the Ark of the Academy to be read each Purim JTA Ownership Giving Up Jewish Agency Affiliation NEW YORKJTA -Agreement on transfer of ownership of the Jewish Teiesrapr t y from the Jewish Afeaej la the merober%  hD of the JTA Board of Directors %  <£announced Jointly here by the JTA and the cv. tzar Lipsky. president of JTA, I I the actual transfer of erahip : be made when • • legal forma.re com::> 'aid t.'i 4 the members UM JTA Board hod organized American J< %  • Inc., a v>n-profit memberp corpora'.. < %  laws of f N%  York m which mership of JTA will be A.il JTA Board He expressed the belief that the new arrangement would provide a wider basis of communal support for JTA and facilitate extension of its service in the community interest. He said that a panel of distir?uished personalities in the newspaper field would undertake a survey of JTA operations in 1964 and n-ake reco-nn-.endations to Ihe Board on their future scope and direction. • Eaetorj %  rrai bees worked out -' "•" • %  ••• -mpathetic aad %  nderetanding attitude of the -' ish Agency which had provided .• %  ub-.tantial investments in JTA r the past decade and had now generous!) agreed to forego its claims in order to facilitate the JTA reorganization Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair* THANK YOU MR. AND MRS. CITIZEN Of HIALEAH, For Your Fine Support at the Polls October 29th. | PLEASE GO BACK AND VOTE NOVEMBER 12 J AGAIN FOR TONY BENEDETTO Your Councilman of Hialeah Krupp Wants His Empire Intact Continued from Page 1-A SOS Ir. 195o^Krupp requested e\"I of the date of sale, alleging that no suitable buyer could be found Annually thereafter a similar extento continue to accrue to him until the time of sale." Dr Prinz noted, however ir. September. 1957 Berthold Beitz. director general of the Krupp firm, was elected to the board of he resioc has been sought and obtain*he Rheinhausen works, "thus lur ed. by no* almost automaticalb man of the American Section of the Jewish Agency Executive, declared that the increased support given to JTA by the federations and welfare funds and the indicathat this support would continue to grow had finally made it possible for the Jewish Agency to" relinquish the responsibility it had borne for more than 10 years. The Jewish Agency is proud of the fact that it has been so greatly instrumental in maintainins during a difficult period, this news service, whose existence is of vital importance to the Jewish people.'" Dr Neumann said. V.'e are happy that the American Jewish communities, through the federate i and welfare funds, have shown mounting interest in JTA and a re to help JTA to grow and iop so that it may make a maximum contribution to the general v.elfare." Transfer of 're JTA complete a process began in •rben JTA m agreen • of the nefl of Jewish Federations and V.elfare Funds. a?re'-d to reorganize JTA on an independent basis, v.ith the American federations and Care fundassuming responsibilities that would enable the Jew.sh Agency to reduce and eventually terminate its financial participation. The LCBC advised the communities in 1961 that 'the LCBC regards a Jewish news service of high quality as indispens ; ble and considers JTA as potentially of even greater value than it is today to Jewish communal life ." In his letter to Secretary Rusk. Dr. Prim challenged the claim that the foundry could not be sold. He cited the sale to one million small individual German owners by the West German Government of the Preussag Mining and the more recent successful public offering of the Volkswagon enterprises. We suspect that the real difficulty lies not m lack of opportun%  :x in lack of willingness to comply." the American Jewish Congress leader commented, adding: Krupp from the beginning relarded the Mehlen treaty as a mere scrap of paper which he did not intend to allow-to be enforced against him. Apparently, the treaty was cynically employed to beguile and placate public opinion —without, however, contemplating any real changes in the structure and organization of the Krupp firm at least as far as the Rheinhausen operation is concerned." The letter noted that sale by the Rheinhausen works exceed one billion marks < more than $200. WJO.OOO ; annually. Much of this repre-en'.s steel BBd steel products barred under the Mehlen treaty, according to the letter Under the terms of the agreement, the American Jewish Congress said, the Rheinhausen complex was "immediately to be made independent of Krupp, although the profits deriving from operation of the plant were YOU ARE INVITED to a SPECIAL JAMBOREE to meet and greet your candidate BILL DOCK for City Commissioner o f POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION PARK 2300 N.W. 14th St. SUN., NOV. 10th 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. u Food **y\ Music fl jlj Bring your^LT family ^ \j^ and friends^j^ %  '< • pa. pot. adv. i **++++++ + %  + +++++++ +++ + + + + + +++++++++ ther betraying the intimate if %  at absolute control -till exerci-ed hy Krupp over the Rheinhausen foundry. This division of labor has made tibie for Alfred Krupp to ap pear to be abiding by hiper-onal • not to interfere with the management of Rheinhausen while at the same time allowing his general manager and closest business iate, himself not per>onally a party to the Mehlen treaty, to participate in the entrepreneurial judgments of Rheinhausen and to continue to clamor tor the reunification of the Krupp empire and the formal voidance of the Mehlen agreement." Dr. Prinz charged. The American Jewish Congress letter to Secretary Rusk cited reports that Dr. Eberhard Reinhardt, a West German official described as responsible for "decartetixation of the Krupp empire," was pressing for formal release of Krupp from his obligation to sell Rheinhausen. "We urge that our Government reject this recommendation." Dr Prinz declared. "On the contrary we urge that the I'.S. firmly presits demand that the divestiture order be carried out forthright!) and at once by any of the numerous devicethat are readilv at band and that will fulfill tention of the '.r.gina .(,cU."._^_ T| I>r Pnni conceded: "The Mehlen treat) ar: ouirement that tne Kr pire be deconc'r.trated raj not arbitrary, capriciouor vindictive h proceeded from the proposition that such decartelization Mm dispensable for an\ endunrj rehabilitation of German Ltfe < leflected unanimous Allie i belief that genuinely democrat i-ts in Germany could be a I only if those QOffl ijines I tributed to the emergencof the Hitler government were prevent' ed from reacqu.nnj their gi > over the major institutions ol European economic lie. • Public confidence in : u;. desire to rebuild Gei into a dependable ally ar.. vitalize its democratic | .. v ill be irretrievably impj there ii any retreat from t |, e terms of the Mehlen ifTeenteni "Presumably :h;treaty tered into in good faith -peitfully submit tr.it it it is carried out ir. j.ood fa ,• -'A • reis time h Rep. Dubbin Appo'mte; Florida State Rr. ML: H Dubbin, of Dade Co...-,ty. has een appointed an associate memiKT of ;he Legislative Coaaeil's irr.mit!ee on Insurance. The only jther app 'irnee to the commit: • from Dade is Sen. Clifi Herrel' a member of the Legislati' til. FOR HONEST, INTUUGENT GOVERNMENT FOR ALL OF THE PEOPLE! TESTED AND PROVEN BY 14 YEARS OF SERVICi Re-Elect BILL LOCKWARD HIALEAH C!TY COUNCILMAN Pull Lever 6A November 12th Endorsed by Harold Kravitz, Cy Gross and Many Others. For Profjf-eM ELECT STEVE CLARK -MIAMI tlTV COMMISSION Honorary Board of Director, Beth Kodesh Men's Club Past Chairman M, ami Wanni nd z BUSINESSMAN GENERAL CONTRACTOR A v.



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"Jewish Floridian Volume 36 — Number 45 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY y Miami, Florida, Friday, November 8, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20' Krupp Empire Seeks to Avoid Giving Up Billion-Dollar Unit By Special Report NEW YORK — Ten years after .•-power treaty requiring :t, of the Krupp industrial' the powerful German carintact—is pressing for elcase of its obligation to of a billton-mark-a-year of coal mines and steel at Rheinhausen, in the a tbl break emprr' tel—st forma disr* 1 conir' plant' Ruhr, the American Jewish Congress charged this week. In a letter to Secretary of State Dean Rusk, the Jewish Congress accused Alfred Krupp. head of the huge industrial combine, of having "no present intention of fulfilling his commitment under the treaty. "It is further evident that he will not do so unless •*• is fronted with forthright 4w m wh for compliance by our own Government and by the other ir>toriet," declared Dr. Joachim Prim, of Newark, N.J., president of the Congress. In his letter, the Jewish Congress leader recalled that following Alfred Krupp's release from the Allied prison at Landsberg. I Germany, in 1953, he was permit• ted to resume his position as head of the firm of Krupp under an agreement entered into at Meh-i len, Germany, with representa-j tives of the United States, France and Great Britain. "This treaty stipulated that: Krupp's reinstatement would be permitted solely on condition that he deconcentrate the holdings of the firm and specifically that he arrange for the sale of the Rheinhausen foundry within a five-year period." Dr. Frinz said. He continued: "From the very beginning, efforts have been made to annul the Continued on Page 8-A 1,200 DELEGATES IN SESSIONS HERE Miami Host to CJFWF Assembly ..' i i i Jewish eOTnnrOnity ol Greater Miami is playing host to more delegates from over sou communities throughout the United ,i Canada starting Wednesday, when the Council of Jewish as and Welfare Funds convened Its 32nd General Assembly nat Hotel for ; four laj session. ti naive program is *. in ith eh irting fu tur< • na m ,-elfare funds for the : Jewish welfare, he) 63 fund raising campaigns The and education services; visitors represent Jewish federaAmining n< x overseas i lionS thai together raise well over ties of American Jev 1125 million each : lizini local dera More than 50 workshops, c imLocal Federation Leaders Take Key Roles in Meet \ i ier ol Miami Jewish lead 11 • i play major roles in the neral Assembly of the Count of Jewish Federations fare Funds at the Diploel this weekend. Lefcourt, president of Ihi G eater Miami Jewish Fed.I..!; and one of the tour cochairmen of the Miami Hospitalit> an. Arrangements Committee, greetings to the dele. the opening session of cmbly. which dealt \wtli issues Facing the Organizi ish Communities Thurinan. Federation president, was t.> extend el -of the Miami commun lo the delegates of the Large ( :> Budgeting Conference here 1 -day. Stan'ty c. Myers, first president of the Greater Miami Jewiih Federation, past president of Hie CJFWF, and chairman of the Resolutions Committee, will preside at a meeting of the committee and present the resolutions to the delegates for their Continued on Page 11-A mittee meetings, consultations and general sessions are scheduled, The Assembly will adjourn Sunday. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation welcomed delegates at an informal reception Wednesday evening, and v/ill give a rocktail party for visitors prior to the formal banquet session Satuiday night. Theme of the Assembly was *et by Louis Stein, of Newark. N.J.. CJFWF president, in an opening address Wednesday evening on major issues facing Jewish communities. HJJ talk was based on a symposium of views on the changing needs and central problems ol the time, and their impact on Jewish life, the nation and the world. These views have been submit ted in writing by more than 25 ex perts—religious leaders, econom Continued on Page 11-A Vatican Hopes For Statement On Jewish Ties DAVIS IN BLEAK FAREWELL US in Conferences With Arabs And Israel on Refugee Problem UNITED NATIONS—iJTAi-Thc 1'nited States Government has been conducting "quiet talks" with Arab and Israeli leaders at "a high level" in an effort to find some •olution to the Arab refugee problem, the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission reported to the General Assembly here Monday. The IS. talks were held mi its initiative but as a member ol the I'CC, which is composed of representatives ol the U.S.A.. France and Turkej According to the report, the U.S.A., as a member of the Com Ission, proposed early this year thai it might initiate a series of cuiel talks with the parties concerned — Israel. Jordan. Lebanon. the Syrian Arao Republic and the United Arab Republic.*' The U.S. proposal, the Commission stated, was that the five governments concerned* "should be approached at a high^evel and without preconditions as to the nature of the event ual solution of the problem. The Commission agreed to this approach, and has been kept generally informed of the progress of these talks with Arab and Israel leaders during the past spring and summer." "Recently," the Commission stated, "the United States inContinued on Page 7-A By JULIO DRESNER ROME—i.ITAi—A high Vatican official told a press conference here this week thai it would bo a heavy disappointment" to the world and "most tragic" if the current session of the Ecumenical Council did not adopt a statement (.n Catholic-Jewish relations con demning anti-Jewish persecutions Bt18 absolving the Jews" from guilt for the crucifixion of Jesus. He added that the Council "will speak on Jews." The official. Msgr. John Osterreicher, a consultant member of the Vatican's Secretariat for Christian Unity, disclosed that the Secretariat was receiving messages "from all sides" urging issuance of such a statement. He said that the Council would speak not only for the sake of the Jews but also (or the sake ol the Catholic Church because "the Church has a common heredity with the Jews, and it must contribute to care for it." Summarizing the substance of the requests received by the Secretariat lor the adoption by the Ecu menical Council of such a state Continued on Pa.ge 5-A NEW PLAN Israel Cabinet Puts Off Talk On Religion Tiff N.Y. JEWS ARRESTED PAGE 5-A JERUSALEM — UTA) — Israel's Cabinet Sunday postponed action toward solving the disputed Sabbath traffic in the vicinity of the Mandelbaum Gate, after Prime Minister I.evi Eshkol informed the j Ministers that a new plan for a possible solution has been propos| ed. The new plan, he said, has 'been submitted by Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissini in coopeiation with the Ministries of the Interior and Police. The new plan, said ,lu Premier, is now being consul Continued on Page 2 A Morocco Eases Restrictions As Jews Named to Posts PARIS — tJTA) — Morocco's 130.000 Jews support King Hassan in his conflict with Algeria and in his clashes with opposition leaders inside Morocco, a prominent Jew Rise Noted in Anti-Semitic Writing 10UIS STERN CJfWf President By Special Report CHICAGO—The majority of professional anti-Semites in the United Mates are posing as "super-patriots" in an effort to gain acceptance in respectable circles, with [their appeals directed mainly at ; "isolationists, proponents of radical right measures, and pre Arab apologists Whereas \




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rember 8, 1963 *. *rw v# Mnrfritop Page 13-B >ar ^yHitzvalt ien Gaber .evening and the Ki '(lush in Popjel %  Jl.il'i P,: "'Mil/ li:l11 W ll m |fl p Saturday W..I-Y H-[gregtalon Beth Jacob morning. Nov. 9, Sanford Thalheimer I'Tibor H. Stern officSanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thalheimer. 6100 Moss ,rant is in the eighth Hanth Rd • be Bar Mitzvah Ida M Fisher Junior l ur,n 8 services at Temple Beth olays in the school shl h conducted by Rabbi Morns A. Skop on Saturday morning. ; Nov. 9. Sir. and Mrs. Harry Alien Gaber Michael Adelman Robert Rose John Greenfield William Pollak 64, Lewrence is an eighth grade honor their daughter at the Oneg I Gold Room of the Thunderbird \\V>t Ave. Allen will !" c e brant attends Palmetto studen t at Ponce Junior Hi gh .with Shabbat following the ceremony. (Motel. %  .w., ifirtrfii^h fallow. J unior High and the Temple's Re.. .. ""•Iii*-. cu—i u.i outside interests which encompass fishing and coin-collecting. William Pollak Parents of the Bar Mitzvah Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate : Sydney Rose. 17120 NW 14th Ave Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Loiterat the Bar Mitzvah of William, son will be Bar Mitzvah during Mincha remony, and at' a dinner! h > ious S** !" 1 H j s h bb s [y evening at the Royal I coin-eollecting and water-skiing. The Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush followRobert Rose Robert Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Restaurant. ?nms Silverman lining services on Sat9, at the Israelite Ceninclude the Bar Mitzvah Silverman, with Rabbi irsky otficiating. Js an eighth grade student Junior High and attends IT'S Hebrew School. He onored at the Kiddush the ceremony, and at ing Saturday's ceremony w.ll be man 4001 Monserrate. will host I of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pollak, on I services conduct^ by RabWMN.J>1* 52Jof ,he Bar the Kiddush in his honor. Saturday morning, Nov. 9, a, Tern£j „* JJfjJ SatUrd8y • : pie Emanu-EI. The celebrant s name will be Gail Rosoff William is an eighth grade stuSUDm itted bv Rabbi Zwitman to Bas Mitzvah of Gail Hia Rosoff i d ent at Nautilus Junior High, \ Df s z Kphani, Israel's director John Greenfield Saturday morning services, Nov. nple Beth Sholom conwl11 be celebrated on Friday even-, where he has won a physical fit-1 of re ij gious affairs in Jerusa • Rabbi Leon Kronish. I u, 8. Nov. 8, at Beth David, with ness award, aquatic award at j who wi „ inicrib e it in the de the Bar Mitzvah of Rabbl Norman N. Shapiro offiocala, and a second place in Jun-' Mitzvan Bo ok on Mt. Zion. R< 9, at Tempi ducted by will includ John Mack Greenfield. a David Piui Rabbi Norman-M. Shadiro will Son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip >n and dinner on Sunday! Greenfield, 4460 Meridian Ave., the Air Liner Motel. John is a student of the' Beth r Mitzvah is the son of| sholom confirmation class 5725. Mrs Harry Silverman. Itdson of Mr. and Mrs. nMin, of Chicago, who will, for the Bar Mitzvah obofflclale at morn,n S services and for the Bar Mitzvan on | ^ ^ MiUvah of David G|enn | Pius at Beth David on Saturday, Gene L.iken Nov 9 Oration of the Bar Mitzvah The celebrant is the son of Mr. [e I.aiken will take place at and Mrs. Marvin Pius, and in adZion during Saturday clition to playing the clarinet and g service-. Nov. 9, conductswimming, he builds balsa wood Rabbi Alfred Waxman. | and plastic models, and collects atom, Bar Robert i dating. jor Olympics. w yj then reC eive an engraved cerGail is an eighth grade student' Follow ing the services, the celetilicate issued by the Israeli Min! at Glades Junior High and studies' oran t V vill be honored at the Kidistry in addition to the Bar Mitz| piano. dush in Sirkin Hall, and in the vah certificate from Temple B'nai Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rosoff will evening, at a reception in the Abraham. NCCJ Conference Opens on Note Of Cooperation By Special Report Commission, and a national cocrhood Week, observed each year chairman of NCCJ. will preside, under the auspices of the NationFour widely-known exponents of Dr sterling W. Brown, NCCJ al Conference. Former Congrcssinterfaith good will and eooperaexecutive vice president, will act man Brooks Hays, on leave as moderator. Special Assistant to President of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and grandson of Mrs. he Lapidus, the celebrant is tilth grade student at Glades! High and plans to continue j stamps. a a a Michael Adelman Michael Alan Adelman will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday A reception will be held in honKennedy, who is serving as 1964 or of former Secretary of Labor ntaional chairman of Brotherhood extend greetings to udies in the Temple's COO{'SSLK' LSALSPSI *** -* Ecumen.ca tion will engage in a dialogue on "The Ecumenical Movement" the opening session of the 35th ^ p Mitche „ who serv ed as Week, will annual meeting of the National ]%3 na tj 0 nal chairman of Broth; Mitchell. Conference of Christians and Jews ( Sunday at the Palmer House in j Chicago, HI. Participants will discuss the im-i ^T) irtndaze Ition class. flowing the ceremony, the l;:-li will be hosted by the parof the Bar Mitzvah in his Ashley Trop kth F.meth-Yehudah Moshe will pt site ol the Bar Mitzvah cerei'i honor of Ashley Trop on Ha> morning. Nov. 9. Rabbi A; ill will officiate. ll(> attends the CongregaHebrew School and is an (trade student at North Junior High. and Mrs. Martin Trop will hi Oneg Shabbat on Friday conducted by Rabbi Norman N. i movement for Catholics, Jews and Shapiro at Beth David. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adelman, the celebrant is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, where he plays saxophone in the school band and is a member of Boy's Club. The Kiddush following the ceremony will honor the celebrant. ... Lawrence Lotterman On Saturday morning. Nov. 9, Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of LawProtestants and their interreligious relations, according to Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, president of the National Conference. The speakers are Rev. Thurston N. Davis, S.J., editor-in-chief of the national Catholic weekly, "America;" Dr. Martin E. Marty, Karen Joy. born Oct. 31, joins I Chicago for a month to visit with her 2-,-year-old brother. Scott, in their son and his family and their mu „, • daughter and her family, Mr. and the home of Judy and Elliot Klei Mrg Dayid scfaoenbach, Mr. and man, former Miamians, now living m n Kirschner hosted an open in Orlando. Local grandparents house celebration for their newest grandson. are Mrs. Lenore Kleiman and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Solloway, who spent the weekend with their two grandassociate editor of "The Christian children. Century;" Rev. John S. Roman* ides. Professor of Theology, Holy. Second child. Lawrence Alan. Cross Greek Orthodox Theologi-j born Oct. 23 to Ellin Beth and Bob j Nov. 15 at Carlsbad Spa, Hollycal School; and Dr. Samuel Sand-i Bressler, of Chicago. The father, wood, Fla. The conference will mel, provost, Hebrew Union Colson of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin i be under the direction of Yoel rente Martin Lotterman during lege. j Kirschner, 2141 SW 14th Ter.. Eisen. Leaders in the fight to services at Temple Judea. Admiral Lewis L. Strauss, for-: lived here until 1959. 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Friday. November 8, 1963 *. Itwi JfhiridiikTun Page 9-B T EMPLE Zamora Brotherhood sponsored a Halloween party and nance Saturday niht in the Temple Social Hall. Mrs, Leo Eskreis dressed as a gypsy, with beading on her gay print. The traditional red headlovering with hoop earrings helped create her costume. Mrs. Harry Frankel chose a Spanish motif, with a long black lace costume and black lace mantilla. A Hawaiian costume was worn by Mrs. Stanley Silvern. vrith-leia around her neck and ankles. Mrs. Paul Kussner's white-draped figure featured a sign on her back that brought man} laughs from guests. The "Roaring 20s" influenced Mrs. Moe Kaufman. Her costume was in kelly green satin and covered with rows of fringe. Mrs. Harold Shuman was an authentic "Indian Indian," rlistin_ui-hing herself from the American \ariety. Her emerald green and gold sari was from India, and her costume was complete 10 the "jewels" across her forehuad, Another Spanish senora ,'..> Mrs. Joseph Ostrie. Her Mack lace costume featured a unite lace mantilla. IkJRS. Arthur Ben dressed as *" ;m Oiici.1,.1 Geirhu gill. llir rtd a:;<] Hack priut cos'.unie complete to a pn.k silk parasol, Back lo the "Soaring 20V ent Mrs. Victor Feldman and Mrs. llilbert Leavitt. Mrs. Feldman's cusiumc was in an iridescent maroon with an oversized fealher hat. A fringed royal blue salin dress was worn i. Mrs. Leavitt. Long false eycli shes and a jeweled and loathred tiara carried through her costume. Her entire ensemble was in tones and shades of even her shoes anJ stockSome guests chose the more %  ntional type of dresMrs. Morris Moskowitz dressed for r weather in a pair of -licks with a red print 1 e Mrs. Hersbel Brooks. 1 I Temple Zamora's spin eader, chose a powder blue with a blue-on-blue geoetric print blouse. A mint green Italian knit sheath was worn by Mrs. Sam Altman. Mrs. Leon Honig's two-piece plaid was in maroon and lilac. Mrs. Leatrice Zorobich wore a sand-colored Israeli knit sheath with a matching ribbed jacket.; Attending the party from Miami Beach was Mrs. Helen Herman, i whose white pique sheath hadj a touch of color added by the shocking pink chiffon scarf tucked into the neckline. A threepiece ensemble was the choice of Mrs. Leah Friedson. Her turquoise knit suit featured a floral silk printed blouse in tones and shades of blues and greens. A transitional iridescent olive-colored sheath was worn by Mrs. Irma Tescher. The .fabric was a cotton alpaca and had a modified tunic skirt. QVER at Beth David's Spector Hall, the teen-agers held their USY "Fall Fantasy" dance and installation of officers. They (lanced to the music of the Caravells. Miss Judy Schiff wore a white wool crepe sheath with the empire waistline and long sleeves. A black and white two-piece ensemble was the choice of Miss Ann Marie Steinberg. Her bolero jacket and skirt were in black and white checks, with a solid black bodice. Miss Ann Scherr's twopiece paisley print was sleeveless. A long-sleeved olive green knit with a leopard skin belt was worn by Miss Mindi Forer. Long sleeves were also the choice of Miss Ellen Schacter. Her coral-colored "A" line silhouette featured a beaded "E" on the right shoulder. Miss Barbara Berke combined cranberry and white in her two-piece wool and chose a pink blouse to complete her outfit. A bright sky blue mohair shift with the belted back was worn by Mill Sharon Rtinhardt. Mohair was also worn by Miss Nora Feldman. In white, it featured bands of blue and green, which detailed the dripped wai.-tline. MiSl Judy Freedman chose a blue button-down shift with a white erepe blouse. Recipients of the Lion of Meggido Award from the American Friends of the Hebrew University are (left) Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Herbert S. Shapiro and Judge Kenneth Oka (right), shown with Mrs. Bertha Solomon, former member of the South African Parliament, at a meeting of the Gifts and Legacies Committee of the Friends. The award, in appreciation of services on the National Gifts and Legacies Committee, will also be given to Commissioner Alex S. Gordon. Technion Board To Open Season Y outh Program At Young Israel I nuruel l.'ngar. president of ing Israel of Creater Miami. his week announced the opening t the congregation's youth pro."am for the school year. "abbi Shervfin Stauber, spiritual leader, said that Rabbi Abraiam Blech, new director of eduation for Young Israel, will be in %  (urge of the program. scheduled are a games night ruesday evenings, 7 to 9 p.m., for '"'Vs and girls age 7 to 14; a lecture series night Fridays, 8:30 P.m.. for teen-agers; youth choir, "i children 7 to 15. which meets ^.turdays at 3:30 p.m.; Oneg s habbat and Bible classes for •"imgsters 4 to 15, Saturdays 3:30 %  > N p.m. •lut.ior congregation services re held on Saturday morning at i: a.m. Among youth leaders %  charge of the program are Misses Marlene Williams. Arlenc I Greenberg, Phyllis Sidersky. Rani d> Goodman. Dorothy Roloff and Saundra Lipman, and Benjamin Field. Joel Katz. Sanford Gross: man. Sid Rosenberg. William Leff, Shlomo Caplan, Mark Feldman, Mike Hersh and Yehuda Azulay. FDR's Son Will Talk at Zamora Elliott Roosevelt, son of the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt, will be featured speaker at the first in a series of monthly cultural evenings sponsored by Temple Zamora. Scheduled for Tuesday evening, Nov. 26. at the Temple, Mr. Roosevelt's topic will be "Present U.S. Involvement, and the Program of Alliance for Progress in the Latin American Countries." Entertaining ORCHESTRA featuring "TfWr" Wl 7-8124 Specializing in WEDDINGS and ^U^ !" ^^ ___.]; Officers and Board of Directors of the South Florida Chapter, American Society for Technion, have announced opening of their schedule of activities for 1963-64. President Mrs. Louis Glasser and Honorary President Meyer A. Baskin this week set the date for! their first meeting of members and friends in behalf of Israel's largest engineering college. A social evening and educational program will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Berman, 3310 Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables, on Nov. 19, when new members will be introduced and latest reports heard on the growth ol Technion during the past year. Serving on the Arrangements Committee in charge of the program will be vice presidents, David Ponve. Jacob Rifkin, Sol C. Shaye; treasurer, Jack Katzman; Asthma Aid Unit Meets Tuesday Dr. Jane S. Hardwike, of the Mental Health Society, and Dr. Wilford Provo will be guest speakers at the Nov. 12 meeting of the Breath of Life Chapter. Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, president, will conduct a short business meeting at 10:30 a.m.. at the Pub Restaurant. before introducing the guest speakers. Breath of Life Chapter of the Children's Asthma Research Institute ani Hospital at Denver raises funds lor the rehabilitation of Miami's and the nation's most seriously ill asthmatic children. JnMliP HAIR SHAPING KEEPS YOUR recording secretary. Al Sherman; and secretary, Dr. H. Franklin Williams. Mrs. Glasser recently returned from New York City, where she attended the Annual Science Conference sponsored by Technion. Honored guests at the Nov. 19 meeting will be founders of the South Florida Chapter who have given substantial financial support to the college. They include: Meyer A. Ba-kin. Mrs. Maurice Baskin. Mrs. Sorrel Rose Bollet. Willlan Bornstcin. Maurice Brams. Shepard Broad. Harry L. Cooper, Miss Ruby Diamond, Samuel Elman. Mrs. Frances Entine, Morris Franklin, Samuel Fnedland, Mrs. Fannie C. Frommer, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Trudy Hamtrschlag. Isadore Hammer. Nathan Ku.-hin, Harold Lasker, Mrs Harold Lasker. Max H. Levinson, Hyman Lieberman, Mrs. Hyman Lieberman. Mrs. Jacob H. Marx, Joseph Mechlow. Jack S. Topiek, Jacob Rifkin, Leo Robinsen, Bernard Rodins. Philip Rosenberg, Jacob Sher. Frank Smith, Marcellus Staley, David S. Stern, Daniel A. Udell. A. I. Uslander. Abe D. Waldauer. Dean Joseph Weil. Mrs. Jeanette R. Weiss, and Miss Elizabeth Zcntlcr. Friends to Honor Nat'l President An informal reception hononiv-. the national president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Lional R. Bauman, of New York, will be held Sunday 11 a.m., according to Jack S. Popick, president of the South Florida Division of the Friends. Hosts at the brunch gathering will be Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro at the'r home 4816 Lake View Dr., Miami Beach. Bauman, who is here to partui pate in the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, was to speak Thursday at a gathering of the Gifts and Legacies Committee of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem group. At a luncheon attended by leading attorneys of Greater Miami, Bauman was to present awards to Alexander S. Gordon, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Judge Kenneth Oka and Herbert S. Shapiro "in appreciation of their devoted efforts as members of the National Gifts and Legacies Committee of the American Friends." Among those attending the Nov. i 10 reception will be vice presidents Maurice Rcvitz. Jacob Rifkin and Leonard Rosen; Mrs. SaniI uel Simonhoff, president of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the Friends; Dr. Meyer B. Marks, president of the American Jewish Physicians' Committee, medical arm of the Hebrew Uni| versity group; and representatives i of the Alpha Omega dental frater; i:ity and the National Accountants i Committee. New York attorney and real estate investor, Bauman was elected national president of the Amer, ican Friends of the Hebrew University in September, 1963. Active %  nationally in behalf of the Friends for many years. Bauman attended the annual membership meeting held in the home of Mrs. Jennie Grossingcr last February. Stock Dividend Approved A. J. Harris, chairman of the hoard ol Metropolitan Bank of Miami, announces that the board lias approved a five percent stock dividend to all stockholders. 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[day, November 8. 1963 Jewish ftcrtdfiain Page 13-A .._^ ^H %  *' ^1 *% %  %  Mh%  u |j^ v %  km Temple Emanu-EI Launches New Courses In Adult Education Program Here Temple EmanuiE. announces the ft singing of tb* prayers offered ( &f ppnfng cfits adult eufficntion produring worship services gram for the 1963-G4 season. A full course of study and lectures is being offered to the community. First series of the Daytime Institute, beginning Nov. 12, at 10 a.m., includes Hebrew classes for those who have no previous knowledge of the language and wish to learn the basic mechanics, and | Conversational Hebrew for those I At the conclusion of the three sessions, participants will join in an informal hour with Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Temple, in discussions of current interest. Mrs. Milton Sirkin is coordinator of this Sisterhood-spon sored program, and Mesdames Maurice Cans, Isidore Lorber and Thomas Trent are co-chairmen. Temple Emanu-EI is alo inauiring Lehrman, spiritual L r of Temple Emanu-EI, I Washington Ave., will ite at opening late serv: the Temple on Friday Lg, 8:30 p.m. Sermon i will be "Survival in am — A Commentary tf. Salo Baron." Cantor \d\er renders the musi^irtions of the liturgy, =n Yomen conducting who may have a trip to Israel gurating an Evening Institufe in mind. this year for men and women who j Courses will be taught by Mrs. cannot attend the morning classes. Aliza Brenner and Mrs. Amalia These sessions also begin on Nov. Goffer. Cantor Hirsh Adler will; 12. at 8 p.m., and offer Elemen|g Adults Celebrate oaring 20s," the young ^p of the Miami YMHA. that the highlight of fani lor the month of will be a pie-wedding honoring the marriage sident and the first vice I ul the club on Thurs14, 8:30 p.m., at the pday evening, Nov. 21st, Uil celebrate Thanksgiv.1! as the birthdays of ] during the current single men and wornyears of age, are inin. conduct a third course to familiarize women with congregationPost-Conf ir mands I At Beth Am Post Confirmation Club of Temple Beth Am. met Monday evening foi its monthly dinner meeting. Discussion group was led by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Attending were Bonnie Blum, Jim Baiter. Matt Engel. Jeff Freeman, Loren Rapport. Sharon Kurland. Barbara Harrison, Merrie Blocker. Muriel Light, Fenny Masters, Shelley Perch, George Fisher, Robert Feldman, Linda Green, Debbie Fien, Marcia Orovitz and Dorrc Kornbcrg. Also Jack Guother, Jack Goldstein, Karen Kruglick, Ellen Glasson, Ted Silver, Jan Kantor, Harold Sanes, Michael Leone. Iiene Rapp, Greg Levine, Jud Marcus, ; Judy Clein, Susan Sarbey, Ronald 1 Lieberman, Judith Spiegel, Leslie 1 Reiken, Richard Roth and Susan Bernstein. Elected to office were Muriel Light, secretary; Jud Marcus, ; junior vice president; Richard j Roth, senior vice president; and Marcia Orovitz, treasurer. tary Hebrew conducted by Mortis Tarasow, education director of the Temple; Advanced Hebrew j led by Mrs. Haviva Tsour; and a course in the Bible, "What Makes ii the Book of Books?", with Ms. I Ida Porush as instructor. All j classes will he held in the Tem-j pie's main school building at 1701 Washington Ave. Another feature of Temple Emanu-El's adult education pro-. gram is the Torah Luncheon Club, led by Dr. Lehrman. This class, I which meets bi-monthly at the. Shelborne Hotel, is an intensive Course in the Torah, utilizing texts! and commentaries. Ben Zion Ginsburg is chairman. Raphael Yunes is chairman of the Board of Education of the Temple under whose auspices the entire adult education program is sponsored. '52 Association Party A membership cocktail party sponsored by the 52 Association Of Greater Miami, will be held on Sunday, Nov. 17. from 2 to 5 p.m.. at the Deauville Hotel JS Napoleon Room. *>***************** MAIL ORDERS NOW! DR. JOStPH St. NAROl • • • Send Check or Money Order ro; TEMPLE JUDEA J 320 Palermo Ave. • Coral Gable* Ph. Kl 4-9876 • •jr.***************** RICHARD TUCKER RECITAL SUNDAY, DEC. 29th at 8:15 '4-*5-*7 50 -*10 THE WEEK... US I SEE II from Page 4-A ph. Neither will I forprence to my father nstration that he reto the last, supreme IT'S thoughts. woman's virtue ex[wiil not say farewell. |h me on the streets and Tel Aviv and ku're several months \]i still quick, lithe 'Irinking from the 1 Israel a forbidden 100FING AND \i WORKS INC. | Ave. FR 3-7180 repaired now; yot a new roof later lory Work by priced Men" draught. "It was not," she said, "your father's destiny to be here. Why then am I?" (Yet at the very end, turning to me and to her sister, she remarked with sadness, "You see the physical end? Isn't it laughable? Vargient sich' — Don't begrudge yourselves.") She is in every street of my memory, the double strand of pearls upon her breast in a portrait of her I had done years ago. which won a national award, but which she independently criticized as an appeal to sentiment rather than a fair representation of her. She is in the garden again, her copper-colored tresses spanning the depths of her knees after the bath, the odors of her Sabbath kitchen still in my nostrils and she, my mother, the Sabbath Queen. -v^-v^-^-v^-v r^V-WVV-VV-W tt's Prescription Pharmacy [HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BUILDING 1ST STREET Phone FR 4-7691 MIAMI, FLORIDA largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Founder ^-' ^•*^• %  \>*•V %  •"^•" %  V*^•*V %  *^*" %  VV"* ,,, r-^+^**^f* g >**^f Pythian Sisters Party Pythian Sisters, Temple 43, are sponsoring a games party Nov. 14 at the American Legion Hall, 1220 Alton Rd., at 8 p.m. Proceeds are for Chanuka baskets for the needy. Mrs. Mildren Rosenberg is chairman. Rabbi Narot Will Talk in Chicago "The Jewish Family Today— What it is and What it Ought to Be," a convocation panel discussion, will climax a day of study and worship on the opening day of the 47th biennial General Assembly of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago fom Nov. 16 to 21. The panel discussion, coming •t the conclusion of the session on Nov. 16, will feature an address by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel of Greater Miami. The six-day convention for 4.000 rabbis, lay leaders, and visitors from 650 Reform Jewish temples in North and Central America, will be built on the theme of ly ."Judaism and the Pursuit of Ex-i EXPERIENCED PET DEALERS ROOM and BOARD | For Elderly Pecple Special low mmj mer rjiti, strictly Kosher. Warm at. mospharo. Car service. Also Efficiency ( — reasonable Rat*. Mrs. H. lavin, j 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 FHA—VA RESALES IN PERFECT CONDITION DADE & BROWARD COUNTY From $150.00 down $50.00 Mo. 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Page 12-B > Jew"*!? fhridlia/i Friday, November 8, 1963 Byron J. Topol. president oi United Cerebral Palsy oi Miami, is shown welcoming new members of UCP's Medical Advisory Board. Left to right are Dr. William L. Nyhan. professor of pediatrics. University of Miami School of Medicine; Topol; and Dr. Hayden C. Nicholson, dean of the medical school. Two Emanu-EI Leaders Will Be Feted at Dinner Brotherhood of Temple EmanuEI is planning a dinner next Fri-i lay honoring Temple members Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Samuel : ?er. Both Mrs. Sirkin and Mr. I Seltzer are long active in com-' munity affairs, and now serve idivision chairmen for the Unitid Fund. Mrs. Sirkin is president of the, Southeast Region of the National, fewish Welfare Board, past chap ter m-esident of Miami Beach lassah. past regional \ice pres ic'ent of Hadassah, past pre ter Miami Jewish Community Centers, and past vic< i sident ot the l'TA of both Ni u I, < Jnmtir High and Miami h Senior High School. Seltier is president of the Miami Beach Exchange Club, treasurer of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and a member of its Board of Governors, president of the Mercantile National Bank, vice chairman of the Tourist Advisory Com.vitlee, director of the Better Business Bureau, chairman of the Florida Bankers Assocation, director of the Miami Beach Division of the March of Dimes, and on the Board of Directors of the Miami Beach Optimist Club. Guest speaker at the Nov. 12 linner meeting, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. in Sirkin Hall, is Brig. Gen. E. A. Evans, 1963 United Fund campaign chairman. Gen. Evans baa had a distinguished career in onimunity and civic activities, ind served as city manager of Miami until March, 1959. Michael Sossin, Brotherhood ^resident, and Harold J. Segal, Adult Tennis league An adult tennis league under the direction of Slim Harbett. tennis pro at Henderson Park, will be sponsored by the Miami YMHA Branch. Beginning date is Mon day evening. 7:30 p.m.. at the park. 971 N\V 2nd Si. Veterans Day To be Observed The 45th anniversary ol Veterans Day will be observed on Monday morning. 10 a.m.. ai the Cenotaph nexl to City Hall, nth St. and v. i n Ave., M iami Beach. %  %  %  i i Post 85, Americi n Legion, 20 veteran, fraternal and civii organizations \\:11 join in menu rial services and present wreaths in memorj ot veterans of ail w ai %  Chairman cf the program for the past 24 years will be past commarder and former vice mayor of Miami Beach, Maurice "Dec" Klein. The Miami Seach High School band will play urdcr the direction of John Coleir^n. Rabbi Irving Lehrmar, cf Temple Emanu-EI, will deliver the invocation and benediction. After services, placing of the wreaths and advancing of colors, guest speaker will be Lt. Col. Stacy D. Naftel, chief of survey of the 19th Bombardment Wing. Homestead Air Force Base. Closing will be at 11 a.m.. with the retirement of colors and taps. Cerebral Palsy President Brings Talent to Office Byron J. Topol. president of United Cerebral Palsy of Miami, found his first official act most {•ratifying when he welcomed Dr. Hayden C. Nicholson, dean of the University of Miami School of Medicine, and Dr. William L. Nyhan, professor of pediatrics at the medical school, as members of the United Cerebral Palsy Modi cal Advisor) Board. Five years ago. Topol. his wife. Rosalin, and their 3 children, after spending most of their lives in Great Neck. L.I., decided to move to Florida. "I had enough of business, and where better to retire than Flori da?'* he said. But with his business knowhow and his background in philanthropic work, such as director of Beth El Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., director of the Jewish Federation of Great Neck, and still on the Board of Governors and Budget Committee of Beth El, United Cerebral Palsy of Miami considered itself fortunate when he joined the Board of Directors. Working with and for children is a natural for Topol. In 1955. he formed a Little League Ball Club, and after a few months was working with 600 boys. It was when he saw his first CP child by way of a Telethon that he decided he would direct his efforts in CP's behalf. As secretary-treasurer and general manager of JR Handbags of Florida, he has in his employ today some 25 handicapped men anci women. In addition to Topol as president, other United Cerebral Palsy officers are Richard Paige, first vice president: Cromwell Anderson, second vice president; Frank Dixon. treasurer; and Mrs Elsie Holston. secretary. program chairman, have extended invitations to Temple EmanuEI women to join their husbands at the dinner. JWY Youth Forum Monday "The Two Fold Heritage of Americanism and Judaism'' will be the principal topic of the third .innual Jewish War Veterans Youth Forum at Miami Beach Moose Hall. 1603 Alton Rd.. at 9:30 a.m.. Monday, according to Ainslee R. Ferdie. senior vice commander. Focusing attention on the future leaders of tomorrow as a part of the Veterans Day observance, "The Americanism Heritage" will be illustrated by State Rep. Edmond Gong and Assistant U.S. Attorney Donald Stone. "The Heritage of Judaism" will be emphasixed by JWV National Commander Daniel Neal Heller, Regional Commander Ralph Gross, Florida Department Commander Emanuel Mandel, and AZA International Social Awareness Chairman Bill Elfenbein. Serving on the Arrangements Committee are Izzy Karp, department trustee; John Howard, patriotic instructor; Jack Berman, first junior vice commander; Mrs. Rhoda Deutsch. JWV A senior vice president; and Mrs. Ceil Steinberg. Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richards (left) will be guest of honor at a meeting of Bay Chapter of Women's American ORT on Tuessday noon at Tony's Fish Market. Discussing the !" event are Mrs. Estelle Tishler (center), program chairman; and Mrs. Sol Joseph, publicity. Mrs. Stanley Phillipps, president, will report on the 17th biennial national convention of ORT in New York City on Oct. 14 to 17. Firkusny Will Play With UM Orchestra Here Rudolf Firkusny. internationallyknown pianist, will be guest soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fabien Sevitzky conducting, on Sunday evening at Miami Beach Auditorium and Monday evening at Dade County Auditorium. The concerts are the second in the current series of nine pair of subscription programs presented by the orchestra. j Firkusny wijl perform Antonin Dvorak's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in G minor, the only piano work written by the noted Czechoslcruakiun composer The major orchestral offering on the program will be Ludwig van Beethoven's symphony No. 3 in E-flat, Eroica. To open the program. Dr. Sevitzky has selected Earl George's "A Thanksgiving Overture," in celebration of the forthcoming holiday season. George, a native of Milwaukee, Wis., wrote the overture in 1949 and revised it in 1954. The work will be heard for the first time at these concerts. Furkusny. who will be making his fourth appearance with the University of Miami Symphony, is currently celebrating his 20th an niversary tour of the United States. The Czechoslovakian-born artist has appeared dozens of times with the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and other outstanding American symphonic organizations. He has also appeared extensively throughout Europe and South America. JpM) The ^ ONE..fC^ ) ^ TO REACH FOR 'Mrs. Jennie Seitlin is shown at the Beilin~on Hospital in Petacn Tikva, exemininq some medical equipment purchased by the nospital as a result of her qift to Kupat Holim, medical arm of Histadrut. Mrs. Seitlin toured the hospital during her recent •rip to Israel. She is one of the founders of the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut campaign and Poale Zion and Farband. Zim Plans For Jerusalem Trip The first transatlantic passenger service from Miami to Israel will be offered by Zim Lines on a March 12. 1964 sailing for Haifa of the SS Jerusalem. .Minimum fare is $.141 for tho !?-';.v <" ssing which Incl in New York. Ma leira, i Naples. The Jerusalem will i %  .. inic of seven winter Caribbean cruises from Miami lor the Zim liner, returning to Miami on Doc. i& for her second season of Florida op i erations. North County T Courses Mrs. Veda Cromer, master bridge instructor, will present an eight-week course in beginners bridge at the North County YMHA. The class was scheduled to begin Thursday at 8 p.m. This marks the launching of several adult ac tivities at the YMHA. Other pro grams will include an eight-week course in conversational Spanish golf, and first aid. 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-uge J4-A PcgelC-B + Wmi*.t nrrkHir Friday. November 8, 1963 12,000 Volunteers Launch United Fund Sunday This Weekend With Eye on Meed T-:i3 United Fund carrp_ •Tal •.-Ms week-end on L'mted Fatal jnirtt; N % %  :: \: 13 torv -lake a c'oor\c-M-or pilffUMge throughout I>ide 1H3 United Fund citnpiisn chairman. Gen. E. A. Eam, urges all Dade hovieHolderi to suoooft the neighborhood solicitation oVie. Evans said that rhe results of United Fund Sunday will be used o support 40 Dade haaOh welfare and char •cter-building agencies. Tb 4> community service and teaJlh agencies receive support irons United Fund which has ser a r9C campaign goal of S3.006.838. Evans said that if ever.' Dade resident supported United Fund *Uh a Fair Share pledge, the campaign goal would total more than J4.00e.000. He said it would take that amount of money to keep up with Uade County', t'a-t -growing needs. The door-to-door campaign resulted in $349,286 collected in 1962. Th; -*a> 12.02 percent of last rear; campaign total of S2.907090. BVWM UoB's camp^ ;0 ai T more than •.ear. nut he explained that it oane 31 cities in the snire class aa Dade's United Fur.d all rank highey in average per-person 2.' In !•*?. Dade's eeage per capita United Fund support was SJ-Te. The other cities average par capita s upport varied from Rochester, NY., with a high of $.tS, o Atlanta's low of $3.42 par person. Of Dade's million population, nearly a quarter received aid. directly or indirectly, last year from United Fund. Evans said that as the population grows, so do the community's needs, "and so does the neie-ity for everyone to pledge a Fa:r Share.'' Evar.s said United Fund Sunday will give Dade householders an opportunity to join in our community'; largest -r.gle health, welfare and character building activity. Sidney D. Anair. serves as chairman of the United Fund's Major Gifts Division. Ansin enlisted the aid of 46 top business executives and community leaders as division members. The Major Gifts Division conducts advance solicitation of larger corporate -r.d ."dividual pledges for c:rr.p=;gr. pacoVMtttng purposes. Beth Sholom Play Due on Boards Saturday Evening it Beth Shotom Tbejj present i ,-.--. %  ,he evt N I Md W of \._-.T of January 16.'' bj V a Director of the product: n is | Ungei bo nahart I in L'ttle 1 v.ork. He performed for idao Statian wi.'.v Cta> in i Mfiea which ircl I such -hows a< Ben Hur, and : the Hesperus." Wltb •>.e Davton. Ohio "Y" Ply •-d arvl played in "Artigone." the House, and 'John Loves Mary." For the Yellow SpringSummer Theatre. Antioch College, and the Dayton Theatre Guild, he appear ed in Shakepeare'< "Taimnz of the Shrew. Of Mice and Men" and others LfON UHGlt Seminar Set Sunday Louis Schwartzman. eaettttw director. Bureau of Jewish Educa tion. and Zvi Berger axirtaat d.FT Temple Beth Sholom. Unser rector, will participate in_ a U appeared in Who NeedMoney'" SERMONS 4ff SCHFDULED Houses of Worship to Mark Weekend United Fund S 5abbal ed by D rgoguei Nov. 3 *hrouzh : • Hoc-.iroughout the conunuait] all or p.. jervi ••> to the special event Reli;iou!• ess %  rill present sens L'nil d Fund, and special programs og with the 1963 campaign will be distributed at tervi Chairman ot the United Fund ReUgiouInstitutions Comtkec ..Max J Karl, urettoof the Florica Region. National Conference of Ctsriatiaaa i nd Jews AssJitlng Karl are tne Rev. Roben W. Shaw, pa-tor of the First Christian Church of Miami; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Beth El Congregation, ar.i president of the Greater Miami Raboinical Assn.: and the Rev Msgr Bryan O Walsh, secretary of charities for the Catholic Chuich. Miami Diocese. The Sabbath sendee: will be a prelude to United Fund Sundav's countv-wide aiterr.oon solicitation drive. Judea Youth Will Host Conclave Temple Judea Federation of I • h it %  weeken i to a Grei Fed: pro' I the ': low. .v ill attend service* conducted by members the Y served at noon in the Youth I E'. <%  : with i r at (granting %  Waldman HOTE> 3 DAY Thanksgiving Special CHICK IN TMUBS. NOV. 24 10 SUNDAY DCC. I :f: ii .. ;** ;'sc-t-fc.b' t^jcanirf iNCiuomo snucTit toumt MSAU *1£ ^afc^T under (y) supervision All IOOS AT THIS BATt "2 FREE GUESTS rot THAMKS4HVMC MNNta Traditional THANKSGIVING DINNER Srva4 t—m 4 M> f. 14. ^J CNBuststr utssea? is — ss H COCKTAIt PAtlt MOSS P OIUVIIS roa HsirvATioMS mo m JE 8-5731 o JE 1-1514 ON TMB OCEAN AT 3rd STRHT. MIAMI BEACH Leonard A. Wien serves as a member of United Fund's Ma z: G.: = Diviaion. W:en is woiit-np; the largest group of contribuicra in :'-.e A Downtown Miami Needs Sir Lift, Says Bill Deck • %  i .... .... ciatcial • ; i Ititutl a plan t') aet baciDock. 'It n-.i:have help im.-ned:ate!\ Support,r 3 a proposal made mart than three years ago by City Manager Me vm Reese. Dock said "the prcnosad Maqic City plan or a similar one. must bo put into affect immediately. "A blichtcd area -nch as downtown Miami. couphd with hish taxes, hurts not only our image, hut our pocketbooks as well, by driving business into out'rme areas. The businessman has been suffering and pleading for help for years." >aid Dock. Miami has a chance to grow than most areabeC2 Use newe-t of the great | metropolitan ar< and "Early Bloomers." ar.d directed "The income Tax'' and She Must Marry a Doctor Members of the ca-t am Basic Ahrams. Davi-1 Shelist. J Ber tard Spectnr. Harvey E Kramer. klarvin s Pehr. Jill Arkin. Kurt Sc'nmeltzer. Chariot:.VogeL Sam Slav.r. Ted Dortch. Bunny J3ffe. T L'ommanddv. Jack ShaEthel Woik. Sam Rudt, Stan• N'atalie Halpert and Frankfeldt. luction -taif 2cr. director; James S. Knopk<\ company manaser and chairman; Philip D.-. %  is -• -• %  esigi 'VAnn r Philip Da\i. Marvin Tocper. Martin Steiner and ties, Ruth Teicher and Sally Sheli>t. Ronnie Dia-• imes. Prii.: Gol ip; ticket-. Sylvia Daviaad Ins Uager; Betty Malakoff, iubh> sterhood of Temple Beth •• is spoi these prea•ntations and the monies realized \ ill benefit the Sisterhood's Re_ >,hool Subsidy Fund Mrs Levin ipresident of Sister and Mrs Seymour Silverman, a vice president of Sisterhood, organized the Temple Thespian group a year ago. eon -eminar with Rabbi Daniel M. Lowv and the staff of TempleSin a'i Religious School. Took; for the discussion, to follow Sunday School classes at 1 n m • ifl be "Teaching of Historv" NOW OPEN %  f. Air-Cond. Ind. Con ROMWELL ejii On The Ocean ot 20th Street per day Pnvjtt Bech I Pool — C*b*n<> Ore*n *vwlo ai netet. Ch*'e Lo. ng-s A Mats C-^nge Juice Dai l > Entertai-"--t Nightly Many othe*t'i..'tt. 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Jehe ts top* as *-.erytfc*g. of Teacpie Beth -Tatar., c^arata af Combes* VTestnew Cuaatfj Gab. cwasrmaa f Jews, and a trastee f JCt fees* ur her jab caa&stt of sttiag oe the ready U ascst his a*, al 'jsaea aad seessg that he at iz the best of neaath A gasae id gatf or of bridge with htai eases xbe teasaoa aad fsa. TW htg ii?t dsal say? Sw-jig Aioog ':i Serbia" typifies G*artpaa's Me. and she has iavec every — p ate of it. OH MY! la 77*--x ---.%  -._%  -,: Kha MBM iWeart.*w Co*.-:-. Oab or. Si B_*:k tac of conrse teach Giri Weds broei a^ajsht. I anjiiim ic air aad la. *-M *3am:r MB Ban .:_ aacaaae t3t h>nr< Salc"fT^Tii m >aV. 81 ;T i v-rdoaag aaasaaaaa] nerurTmet .: I :. TTn: gn st-s ivtzr .7!. ;^ ;-L-: H| I BBsl i" rt n "—rsT' rf aaaaaaL yijliAw-114 ^-anuatim nn Saerc ubiu-f a Vv T srt sns resr*t 1 -lUuiATsiia 3a* i "ar stssay .%  vitsr; sat nrf' kaa 5aiai tunauuii T"T a-JKirwrm %  1 J''" h '•> WTET —* It > Paaaars rt rx ir-ja wr '7=---r SLI^JEI*; iai Timr ."arsrj v-r Fricicqr November i. -363 Senior Group To Hear Speaker • Fr pie SeCi AJO asteTM K the -U, Gwest speaker ._ be J ttekskr. aboae -c^f -T. Right to Work.' H*wry feei *-. j t it Hatikvah Chopper Brunch Tuesday Rosenbergs Tell Sandra's Troth *td Mrs M.— I— .^7=e Tret Dr. aaooiaace the tagagcaaeat af the:r Saadra. ta ice Banner, son af Emma Barker. Citoc. SJ aad the iaxe Jack Bate*.-. The hride-eiect :• a ptaaaaatc r Mtaau Beach H.gh a-.leaded Syra ease UajwersaTy and was gradnated fr s at Trapaazen .Art aac De aaga School a: Nev York Baraer rect ... JL Vew York a.-:t :• a tethoica! writer far Iatercatioaal Teiepbor.^ asd Teiegrapc Carp. Tr< cospie plaa la be marr*d i•-* Wa.dorf Astoria Fe-b %  %  M : tr.se: of h Chapter -ill be _• t. z Taesday noon at the Boor Pha HoteL Past pre-?.d*st of C J; --a. 3'rith Waaaaa, Mr. >_.-H ?.tch. will be r.et fpe riag the iff* .adade eatertar:7est. .-.. prc-jrri-! \.: .-..,. dcat. aad Mrs. Tr.dy w a charge of Baavrtaaaaaa, -z.tt< a • '.* ever year r* chapter. _.in V: en Lrtt serving i?re*i<> td a aatiori. aaaakbershqi 1 iri for e=! % %  .--t -.?--. IfBH TMEY LOOKED. LISTENED AND ATE COOKIES Dbi aad ;a had a rec*;'..:= it :-* .77r:r t. .\ n u in th Hi ra th. sio gr; Uat 1 Isr lo ; lini M \ Scar 5 : %  % %  %  • ', %  i Mr .-..i: ':-: %  .-: aad Mr Un DaaaM P.sbia. Jadge acd Mn S-taniey • Kan r. aad Hn r.77*r s_s_%  .Vavaaa Mrs Jaaephl Mr Raymond B ?.. •...-. Mr aad Mrs Joseph Bat..-.: ••by Debt's preser.th a raaa 7 pcoc of • • DO SI DO The wards h e B a a ed oat. and the men's strcng ues fismered srmat the -.%  -r. --. : i.--: %  .: %  .-. ~. %  .:.: V: : i : i : • : -•: square daace at the Baber .*; %  'irr.ong gweau were Mr saal Mrs Me. Kar. Mr izA Mrs Bearj Oxd Hi aad Mr* Cbaries Jaeobsoc. Mr aoc Mr, ft joert Ficht.-ni.-i Mr :^t_ Mr and Mrs. Victor Lenx*. and Mr asd Mrs Mi'.t aw # GREEN' GREEN* GREEN! Mn O aa rfci a Fmkelstetn. a pre'idert of the Girl Scout Tropteal Couscil of Fkndr ceicomed the 1*M Seoata aad leaders to Haaaaj Beach. Among the tmartly-dressed. greea-uzdorsaed %  osaea were Mr Sol Gosdste.n. Mrt Charles Brad IT. Mrs. Mortiaser Scaaeffer. Mrs Kaskeii Gratter M... Sue Stevis. and Mr^ Lou Ross THE PIRST The first of al, the scitir.g parties that have seen pi~r** for Caro*ya Weinkle %  • wiO marry Menfl Lasb. of New York, oa Dee 1 was given by Mn Elizabeth Stesaoaeh in the Imperial Boom of the Eden Roc Hotel Silver service, pnk satin cloths, red roses, ptnk carnations and -*rate atoms made the bndal roaebeoc aa exquisite pteee of poetry 1-xJivnftul heart-shaped cakes anil the names. Carolyn and Merrill urtertwined and a candle set ia a rose bod gave the gnests juat the right time to call out thenbest wishes as they blear oat the c a-dies The two grandmothers. Mr. Sol Wetakie and Mrs. Jennie Scanrarti „'A -a+ole bevy of ajnu and 1 ratiaat include-: Mn. Mar shaH Kline. Mrs Meyer lehwatl WtlEaa Levhv. Mrs. Leo Cha.k -, Mrs Carl aTcaakle. Mr ITesrakie, Mrs Melsin Wesnkle Mrs Aaron Weinde. Mrs I Xewt.yn Wesakle. Mrs Howard Schwartz and Ina Schwartz. Other guests inclaoed Mrs Joaoase Feller. Mrs Martha Wasbon. Mrs. Earl Coplon Mrs laaa Krensky and Mrs Aian Kessler. Carolyn looked kely in a white fhnfy wool with kefly green Among her con;*-mporar.es there were Mrs Ste\e Tendrvca. Judy Levenstein. Sand/ Roseo. and Mrs. Irv.ng Beck. Brawer, Koplon Plan for June Mr aad Mrs Joseph Er l£a SW 2th Ter. atatowsce tae :.-• %  %  :--::.-%  • '•:aad Mr^ SiK z .<• i kaa. A_a Th* fstare br-.4e --ul be gradsated m Jaae from the Uairerssy %  haaaa, r<^er. presadeat of Sigaaa Deita Tao. presadeat af the College of Edaeatiac. ~aator. member of Panhelleaic C-xzcH. St. H.-::' ?.• 7 :^ -.-:.--;:.•.-.---.7,. %  %  -' gradt.zr %  .::-. y. ::.-:.. rz-.-. '-. %  Miss Bernstein Plans for Rites Dr aad M- ^ ^Hemck Be.-T.rfej-. .: V-J. T .zzr.., Dt M.aaii B*acr a-.aoocce the er. -*ct of Lieir 'fiiighte&:-r ate. to Peter I I - 5 *ili • | :: am at '-• r'-rz-.t Mn J^> Deraer. 25_: laaaattj ard will launch taM W a 1S63-64 ac Tbe brunch or. Fr.da> ieatore the "Ree. Sti-ry .; Ttctmoo. a aew docuaentarr ran Le-^ Rut-t.r. Sawt-.-r-gional director. •cwasr Women Banke s Fashion Show Paretls Without Partners ?are.v '*.-; M.Beach Chapter. snB be,: %  •i.l.ZZr THE WEDDING SHOPPE I 1114 Carwl Way Ph. Ml 4-4HU '. *::^i SWlTATlOKS A--S .-•: &f — '-t* — SM:-•-. v *-;-ES — SAP": -.S % •: %  a s--.-A-.c*t-.i %  '•---. ---.%  Women's Council flNffcaJ Mrs. 1 %  heid Monday 1 :.•-. l-eaarille Hotel." Wof&ar. c* of 'J> %  aai c=-?-t: taccieaa j~' Bark.r.j -:-.-onng a : risoa it %  --1 COJ 1 Sal h Pip .h for the Ic.e> Uoai will fe aiar a the h: •;. irit .-. i.-.( fUm* I4S-M15 *tr Apat. worn i COUNTRY CLUB DINNER DANCE GAUS ^77 j AVTHOB'ZrB :!.!! d9 aawJi IFfNITH NUIIN6 AIDS ^^ SSO t= $285 1—Ml Sskr-t**C sVl Maaan aMll H — aaaaaV STANLEY GOULD 1218 LiesJa Bead A-TT t> ***-'mi tmtt-Ttwa Spend a dclightf.l Saturday coning 11 a oaaarj vHub setting. En5>> magflincent fuH-oaarst hall d'hote dinner m the baror..al Comi^tsudcr Dmmg Room, from S*.00. ssd fraa 6 to 11 P.M. Dianer itijKaig a aha Jchghriul mush.cf Val Otstaa and hv> aaaaUa. Torof your ooaotg adaa ahaataaa in the chic £: Room at II PM. urtli dmcmg to tha f re rous ; oi Rafael Poms -nJ his gio jp. Mo bc.cragc nunimwn-.. no amar. ^7



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Pag. 10-A +Jewish tkrktiatl Friday, November 8, 1983 c YLh 9 IOUS s ervices J nis LAJcekcnd AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 carlyle ave. Orthodox Rabbi Isaac Ever ANSHE. E.ME6. 253* SW 19th ave.| Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Schwartz { • —CETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava. Coni servative. Rabin Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. L'pson. FVI.h.v *:i:. |>.nt. ItaiM Mitzv.ih: (iitll i llln, daUfhtar "f Mr. and Mr.-. I.c.n Itoeoff. s.iiurilay a.m. Bar Mltavak: Ml. h:i. 1 Alan. mm uf Mr. I Mr.-. JorooM AiMmaii. I*.iviii illiiin, win | ol -Mr. .ihil Mrs. Mai vin Piu.-. %  %  CANDLEUGHTING TIMt 21 Heshvan — 5:15 pjn. 1 %  BETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Hri j:l"i p.m. Siittirtlay 8?t0 a.m. Sermon: '> !" ls of kllerolty." aUnchM |:1S |..ni • —— BETH EMETM %  VEHUOAH MOSHE. I330 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman I Fine. JVIII:... R?H p.m. RcrMion: ••v.-teran'K Day." S;ituiiiay :i :..m Bar Mttzvatt: .Ashley, .-on i.l Or. and Mr.-. Man in Trup. %  ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rot t man. FYMa.r ":-•• p.m. bhteraay :. a.m. s.i, nmn: "The Truist Act of Kiinln.-.--." Mm. ha t:-.ii p.m. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stem. Cantor Maurice Mamohea. Frldh) ." %  ;::" i.m. Saturday v :in a.m. I Kiraiim; "lllvsi-il Be litWho I". .in. ih • BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. i >%  %  I:i> '•:]'• and B:la i-.in. U Marion at I late Wfrvlee 1 : "Armlatlce le N.<| Peace. I Unea Shnlilml hoatetl by si-i.ih 1 in honor of Babbl Shapiro'*: third aeilea tii late Friday evening eefvlcaa. KaXi*. .. in s. ruion: "The l-irnt I i h." 1:13 |. in. 'Ti.rtioii of the i.i." %  IS p.m. "A Noble Life." • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Kneger, secretary. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky. | • —— BETH TORAH 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. i" •!.,. ::.• |. in Una Mitsvah: Pattl, dauarhtt'i ol Mr and Mrs. Hen Karp. S. in daj la a in. bYrvlueH .inlu.i. B I "art i. u:.-ii>." t >II.-K Hhabliat host• ii bj Sisterhood. Saturday S:M a.m. Mlncha *<: l r. ii.m. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfetd. —— • FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roeenfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg. rYlriay R:13 p.m. ftermon: "Portion of KM Vveek." i m-a Khabbnl hoated by a!r. and Mis. Jack i ii ...|il..ru in honor of new s..ii kUchae-l. Hatvrday 8:311 a. in Min.-ha *::t ; p.m. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANL'-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Levltin. • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi l David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah Heilbraun. • — ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. R?bbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantn; Louis Cohen. i .,.-... %  Hy On i hltai in hoi r of ivtirl K flj lal et an.l lii• ivhn an i %  • tht-li v • .|3 sv y 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I %  and R:! : m s. m "< "ii M %  ].. %  I'..i tli. I' MII Kattlltla) a.m. • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. x Vri.iay 8:16 p.m. S.-imnn: "Nniiilnu 1ur Nothing." Kl-jlity new families IMII hf Inducted. Siatarhood will hoal r.oeptlcn. SaHtril.iy B:ia a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5960 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner. IVidiiv i>::|n p.m. skaNMsj; "Thr K..1.I oi Mary in Chrintlanily—A DlacuHslon of a K. ..HI t'1-ois.ioii in lti.no." • — — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reeonstrtictionist. Rabbi | ••--ris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. i-'rumv 0:15 ii.m. H.1111..11: "Joetloe, u.-ii..-. Shalt Thou Pursue." Satiriv 19*39 a.m. Sermon: "Fraadoin to -|..aU t>iu." Bar Mltavah: Sanford, on of Mi. ami Mis. WlllUtrn Tiialn-illH-V. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM at Hollywood. 1726 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor ErnestSterner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast ava. Liberal. RabbiLeon Kromsh Cantor David Cenviser. Tiiln> K:U p.m. Die)tunU 1 T..li-• 11 in School batwwn Ralihi Kruii-h anil Will M.lsiow, ij.iutlodlTao* i. r. AiniTh-an latrltdl ''"ORrofs. S.-iti.nl:iv 10:43 a.m. liar Miizvah: John Aliu-k. -on of Mi. ar' Mr.-. I'lillip Learning the Lesson of How To Crow Old Gracefully By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL Temple Or Olom Do policemen look younger, lately? Do more of your friends •'check in for check-ups" weekends, suffer scares, warnings, heart attacks and ulcer conditions, all too frequently? Do you read the obituary column and find an alarming number of contemporary names, familiar dates? If so. like most people, you are becoming increasingly aware of the aging process, and the inimitable end of all mortals—the hard facts of life (and death) that make each day meaningful and significant. The main trouble appears to be that the concept of "growing old gracefully" has been replaced by the newer trend toward "growing gray gracelcssly." In fact, no one even wants to admit to growing gray, at all. Since youth and vigor are the marks of a successful person in our society, rather than the Jewish traditional values of education and experience, the only gray or silver-haired people are women who "dye" under 30. Men use hair-pieces — toupees are passe; women have reverted to "sheitels," or variations of wigs, hair milk, blue, green, or pink rinses. Considering the return to "facelifting." rather than "faith uplifting." diet fanatics, artificial slimming aids, exercises and machines to reshape the sagging body, instead of revitalizing the mind and cultural outlook, maybe the Chinese are the only good Jews in America today. At least they venerate the aged. They respect traditional culture values. "Abraham was old and wellstricken wilh age." according to one translation; ". old, adI tlrt-infitlil: Mark, son of IM\ and Mm. Bamhard Baei TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Qrossberg. iiitia\ S::m p.m. Harmon: "You Qo to Voin Ha-MM l I'la.M iI'll IO t" Mill. --Hut Let Ua Walk There Tojrethir. QDvg MiauUit and :i .liMc i.-.-lon on "Jewish CaBsreBBilonal Bervtoea UIII%  Ue oi Synagogue" will folluw. Rat* nnlav :• a.m. Sermon: "The Threefold I -if •'if Sarah." V'II p.m. Minolta niul Rir Mlizv.ih: Robtet Jay, aofJ ol Mr. anil MrSt dm V Boeoj. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1M0O NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. J-'riilay v:i" u.m Rertnr-n: "Vetonn In War and Paooe." Sittur.lay !":S0 a.m. Youth rivins i .-nJn. t. •! by Junior i'engresattoa. • —— TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701.Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrnur Cantor Hirsh Adler Kriilay SIM p.m. Sermon: "Servival in VYfvtliini—A Comment ..n l'n.:. Salo l.'arou OsMS shalibat hoated by the <'onflrmation 1 i-|iartnu-nt and 1*>*Y group. Saturday a.m. Mar Mitsvah: William, sea of Mr. ami Mis. l"aul Poikik. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:11 p.m. Sermon: "Will th. Catholic fhurch Now ("II.IIIK. It" Teachings about Jewa?" TEMPLE JUDEA. 820 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeea' Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. Prlilay 8:1.1 p.m. Koiteratlon of T-mnle Youth Sail)..uli Junea Youth tlroup will ..ii. i original ..ni.. Knturriay 10 10 ...in. Bar afitivah: latwience Mai iin. son of Mr. and MrTheodore I.olt. rina ll —a %  TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Krhlay 8:lfi p.m. S.nnoii: "An KverInstiiiK '-ov.-ii in i 'ii. -J Sh ii...! si.oii-..iv,i hv North Khon It'nal It'rlth lanlge and Chain.,. Saturday 9 i •..n-.-i-iaik.il aarvte^ %  ..n-;, *-m. slii.U-iiis of Poaijilu u tatdbLlnii, u*/*' 1 TEMPLE NCR TAM.D. loth Tatum Waterway. Meder, T.*"' T. t.onai. Rabbi Etiger."T ..J,"* 7 Cantor Saul H. Breeh. ''""-a 1'ii.l i.v •>:!.-. j..i.i. Bereuun % %  „ v %  : I to I'lo In Vain.'' v < TEMPLE OR OLOM~ "cons-r-v.,, • 755 8W 1h St. Miami V^l S mue ^f"c "-' Oer,h, SSS rYiday >:S p.m. trueat -u.,. ,*'" %  /•'V-L':;^"' *"••'•• %  %  <•>" tSuSZ Co vans nL' Salurda. ii.".. II. Mitrvah: Hioky aotTof Mr John tiartaa. Mfm-Ua &-13 '•' M, TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH M:iy, 12.00 NB 15th ave. Reform a,t' oU M *owv ** m | Krlilny s:15 p.m. avrtnan; -| xu ; Unagi ." Bar Ultturah: Kobe: TZ .t.i. and Ai.s. Latin Ajn.-t r TEMPLE TIFERET~JACOa 151 Flamingo Way. Centervat.v-. BBSJ Hyman Gross. ol I"iiila> Ml", p.m. Ooent ipagJ LI v .„. IK. 11. rVrdia. < HU-,suaub** •,,.., I nor.il I.v Ilialeali-Mia'i.i bpringaJVw. I isli War Veterans ami AuxIsUry > ir ;trla> :i a.m. s.. in..n. "Weeiilv 1! I tion of ilu. Uw." y JD TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 *,-„,, v Rabb. Hershcl Broohs. Ca^or B' Dickson. Prltlay 8:16 ii.m Rermon: I Change In American Thinking." .\. 1 inainbera will *•• honored Katbrdat 18:43 a in. S.rmon: "Death ol Life TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. man. Cantor Leo Uriich. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Olanti. a YOUNG ISHAc. -so NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. f'rldn} 5:18 p.m Sal ... m KM in..11: -'I'liis la Tou l.ifi RABBI SAMUEL AfKIL new beginning vanced in years." in the words of the other. What an astound ing difference! One merely means that he achieved dignity with years, the other that age had conquered him. The aged j patriarch was still vitally con | cerned with life. His wife. Sarah. had died at the age of 127, but her righteous qualities and beau; ty lived on in his heart. He} sought a bride for his pride, Isaac. Abraham welcomed the serenity of age. the cooling of j ardor, the tranquility of a settled mature nature. Some people grow old gracefully and possess the rare dignity ol age. Others never achieve dignity — they jus) grow graj gracelessly. Let Abraham and Sarah teach you to "come ol age," to appreciate each Godgiven day. and approach the end of life with the joy and knowledge oi each new beginning. Announce Way To Help Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure New York, N. Y. (Special) thrinks the swollen doors to th* Announcement has been made gjnus cavities and helps drain 0 i_* L n £ w tablet development away the pain-causing pressure* which has the remarkable abiland congestion, ity to help drain clogged sinus The shrinking substance In cavities and thus relieve conthis new ublet „„ bnn g0 „,. En La !" d Effi T h 5r h :* d •"-*>topically In promoting ttlSSTOpJracSSKS fi{ i ft .inu^cavitie. ing-all the unrelenting sympS5u,?£ "^ ,re cnbed m0r toms the sinus sufferer know. w,de >> doctors than any maso well-are attacked directly terial for this purpose. This new by improving drainage of the medlr t ">' now available at sinus areas. dru & counters without the need Most remarkable of all Is the for Prescription under the fact that this is accomplished "sme. Dnstan*Tablets. DrisUn with extraordinary speed and Tablets can be used with aasurwithout discomfort of any kind. snce.They will drain away painThis new tablet does its remarkcausing pressure and congestion able work internally, through •' a the sinus cavities, relieve the blood stream. It deposits pain and distress. Remember, into every drop of blood plasma the exclusive Dristan formula, a new medication which is carcannot be duplicated. Accept no ried to the sinus area, where it substitutes. So. Florida United Synagogue Youth Plan Leadership Conclave at Beth David South Florida Sub-Region Ol the I iiited Synagogue Youth oi the I United Synagogue of America, under the leadership of its president. Miss Barbara Segal, of Temple Menorah. will hold its annual leadership conclave at Beth David Congregation on Sunday. Miss Segal will be assisted by Stanley Narkier. vice president, of Temple Beth El, West Palm Beach, and Miss Ann Scherr. secretary, of Beth David. Some 250 USY's have already been registered for the program, which begins at 10 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. A Reform Congregation Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob G. Bormlein, Cantor Serif ices Many, :I5 PJH. "WILL THE CATHOLIC CHURCH NOW CHANGE ITS TEACHINGS ABOUT JEWS?" Fred Wellisch, president of Beth David USY, will begin the program by leading the assemblage in Schacharit services. Carolee Sloane. of Temple S ; nai. Holly| wood, will lead the group in singing, to be followed by brunch j served bv Beth David Sisterhood. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will eMend greetings on behalf of Beth David and address the group at luncheon. A Torah study ses sion will be led by Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director Of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of Amenta His subject uiil lie "The Jewish View of Man, the World and the Future." Abraham Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah Congregation, will conduct a special College Bowl program, in which 12 USY'ers will match wits and display their learning in a series of subjects on Jewish themes. Special leadership workshops will be led by three regional officers. Richard Kay, Temple Sinai, Hollywood, regional first vice president; Richard Friedman, Temple Menorah, second vice president; and Pearl Rubin, Temple Sinai, regional recording secretary. A special board meeting will discuss plans for South Flon a participation in the forthcoming national convention of United Synagogue Youth on Dec. 26 to 29 in New York City. WK AT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Mus.c on WK AT-FM 93.1 on your FAA dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE ConeertsI WKAI-FM



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%  *ltmi^nrrHar Friday. November Browsing With stoofa: By HtURY MINDLIN The Arrogant Commodore Was a Magnificent Sailor NAVY lAAVEtICK UB1AM PHILLIPS LEVY. By van Frti#*trc*> S*< Sp"f 57> pp. Me* Yr%: DubMir HSO HE TUMULTUOUS STOkY of AtKi %  rankiae Jew* n**ai officer. rt*H t** jtctti and M -> 2* L**> ** '•* **k Ja* h Math otrtbca;. ** so 3*C. ft* aiptwd for tie b*n of cabas, fcoy oo is* Xesy Jerusalem. a*keg on*> on* uiawiauoc: he t*c t t* odc n> riiiiiiliM"t '*• >*** to pr*** !" fc* •-. Hi: V..'z *.-. I Ml he eaT6*n >*r later m tau famotu M*oni t* Con#r*M n Aaaencar. uuior .-•: i :Mb asN %  •fn:A bsaa %  %  "'• allowed u> forM Thoaua asffe pnrtrasl feast skeetiy after Unah !>-.-. ... • -.or n i ..-->.-.'.• ..-. :81T -...%  at a wbip. with tat pea* — *:.-. enSSBJtl'".It -. I .".*.ii. '" ii..-. kSJ SemitiMft a ..--%  "^"'"^-"!• .%  : i—curing •'• u loWiit htgfc across hu chest, back stiff. I little of the fierce pride ..-. self IJCS ai ha* hallmark l.-r. .*.-.* -i.-t-.r-; %  / hkfl hi i' ; C ''-'''' %  %  %  '' %  %  :...:r.i Ni i. IIHI atiskaj frecf. %  .-..T ~.oo-e. hj IMM % % %  :,n % %  **" every le-vti of the Navy Sometimes he (Ktfn jt arifk due**: other Une> be socked the offending ^ or Ml kwee *:tn a Urade of hi* ou You re a damned biackruard either of which invariably landed him in trooMe f oort rrarualed six times, he was twice discharge ?*"a-.> and reinstated Three years ioi*tr*i*g his last cashiering, after n* had MCcessfuOy -lefeaded himself in an impassioned address to a Naval Court of InejOSrj be was made Flag Officer of the M'-di.:h the title of Commodore at that Mgfaeat rank He *2-xty-eight. A magnificent seaman, he was th. •,.-. %  i for the abolition >i flogging in the Unite* %  TO Levy who bought ar.d restored sfcoau Je^ hone, MonticHlo. and presented it on h,deat% to ( nation, although it was not until many years bfetJ the bequest was fulfilled by his nephew L' %  > alo. missioned and gave to the country the statin of j^fj that stands tow .n the Rotunda of the Capitol; i $\ only one of the group that was not pMBMaed bj fe or state funds. It i| the exciting stoiy of an excitir, ma authors have not >pared his foibles — Hi ielf-rigbteooteM which evoked great eaaut iMftd Na\y brass, many of whom were sheeri> I I ttejj ?A ruination Ncith.r have they withh. %  ma jest) of the man. his dauntless and courage ami bo< e all. the flashing pride • for which helived and fought and died. Foreign Mews tetter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Complex Aspects of the Sabbath Conflict in Jerusalem T HE ••.v... ia Jem ",.;. "' %  o -. i leuriel traflW coming Mgk ike Hs m d tf ba um Gate — thl-r % % %  frontlet ..n r i — a bj the OrthoJox quarter of Haa Sheacoajoti rod Iwo ireeka a oeaionatratioa of stickabolition of Be hid pron %  oula rated ii tratio %  • i a : Re %  %  ma11 iel i •' rjem them a .' b the anti i oereion Lea barn In' Irom ,,II quertei in thi of Ihe laru tali... Post 'i tie anti coercion lea< H probably con* mitted kuicidc Ihe 'lay It came to Jerusalem with rubber trunI tl' OILS Prime Mini ter Levi K-hkol in hih addren at the opening of • %  i new Kn< teel term thai i warning %  ; n ,; i the Govi rnmenl will not ;. ence ol Ji Th< noli) %  %  estrainl I Mr polia • • %  Kshkol W8I rii-h' ll co ild be i irried on Kneeset or in UH I It) I o bul nof in the itreet with the aid ol itonei and truncheons. In.j special Ministerial mittea has been appointed to eek J possible alternate route from Mandelbaum Gate so that tourist traffic to and from the frontier crossing could move out of Mea Sheanm and no doubt a solution to this Sabbath • i found Hewi • ire running high, and the trouble .. 'nat the ';ar.. --.'.t .' tne present course of eveetl are not sufficiently apLeal -eek the Rabbi of Klaus rg Rabbi Yekutiel Malberstam wlio came here four years ago a-.o '-stablished. near Na thanya. the town of Sanz. annt'-r.t:on to leave I-ra'-| The ann'Mincement fell like a bombshell since the rea was that he could no •and the Sabbath turbancei and the general state of affairconcerning religion in A few da) later, Rabbi Halberstam announced thai he < BOM 'I' •' %  irture at • • Shazar, ncy man. and S '/. : Of the AgeOl %  .:. lion Departmi inter.• of and the : itui e ol the postpone m) trip, he declared. yet, while appreciating Rabbi Halberstam'i sincere feelings, ore cannot but wonder whether his announcement about his decision to leave the country contributed to the enhancement of his prestige and of the values he so earnestly wishes to further. There is no "conditional" rn to ZiOH even according u adMiosial religious concept, and surely such an approach cannot have a favorable impact on the minds of Ihe people here. After all. many arby his return to Ihe UruStatei Rabbi Halberstam would not be contributing anything to the cause which is so sacred to him, but rather deig it irel) very little is contributed — and indeed much York in which the del torcarried bannertelling of i" in Israel. Th, criminal distortio. not by any desire to seel i meeting of minds but by a hatred of Israel, which is ii frightening. The religious problemthe young State are no les tricate and difficult thai "earthy" ones. Cop.fol Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN State Dep't. Has U.S. Aid All Figured Out Washington CTATE Da pertinent p>i icy ni.il < % %  are [.l.ioiiiiiH to in crease economic assistance to] Ihe lulled Ai ab R %  publ I C as higkly nri|xir lanl to our long run poSej in the Neaj Ba < The Department, meafwbile, i i eager to "pkj a IsraeJ out of eligibility for low Interpat American loans. iiavid Bell, administrator of the U.S. Agency lor International Development, recently lauded Israel's economic progress as such that Israel was no longer conidcred in need of American grants. Israel was to he graduated form grants to loans. It has now been revealed by Israeli officials that even loans to Israel may be terminated. Continuation of the loan program is ~^BMMsi* BKVIKH'KD ~ 0\ lllls IMI.l. AVAIUSU I MO HI MM ItOOk SHOP Viait Our Ppr • Back Ann.x Ovir 7VX) Tltlaa '., II I Ii '.r, j <„, Out '.I |ll .III HOOI-I PHONE 6M-266S S775 Sunitl Dnvt. So. Miami ^^^^^ Open Friday Eva ^^^^_ essential to get Israel over the b u rn p economically. Israel's needs are complicated because she receives no US. military assistance yet must finance delen %  0 against the Soviet ultra-modern arms acquired by the UAR. The United Arab Republic arms deals with Moscow are indirei ily subsidised by maswve American grants and loans to the Nasser regime. The criteria for aid to Israel en baaed on the principles ol social lustice, responsible public administration, and Israel's national sense of purpose The basis for increased assistance to Nasser appears to be political expediency and an attempt to purchase the favor of the I Ale in the Bast West dispute. A thaw in the cold war may have been indicated in the ratification of the Amcrican-SovictKritish nuclear test ban treaty, but the State Department's appeasement of Nasser remains unchanged. John D. Jerncgan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, has openly revealed the thinking of his Department In a letter to national commander Daniel Noal Heller, of the Jewish War Veterans, Mr. Jtrnegan dismissed the case made by those Americans who feel that the United States should no longer bolster the Egyptian economy so that Nasser can divert his own funds for Soviet arms and Nazi rocket research. Jernegan said that "if foreign aaSaStansje is to be used positively, the threat of its termination cannot be usefully injected into profound and intractable political problems." "The Department believes that withdrawal of U.S. assistance, so clearly associated with the UAR's economic development, would aggravate the sit uation in the Near East by forcing the UAR to become almost totally dependent on the Soviet bloc," said Jernegan. He warned that "sioce withdrawal of aid would seriously damage our relations with the UAR, it would reduce the ability of this Government to exerciseits influence for peace in the area, and the threat to the security of Israel would be increased rather than diminished." Therefore, it enhances Israel's Security when the United States helps Nasser to buy Soviet arms. In the view of the State Department. ( Write as I Please By CARL ALPERT Israel's Sc. Africa Policy IJAI"A — No aspect of lsrael*s I <• ,, ira ighl v t: n n difficulties than thi %  ,th the maj rity al the L't *at ad with the i against South Africa—limited bul sanctions nevertheless, From the Oral days of the creation i State of Israel, the South African governn had been a good friend of Israel. Reco anu .-uppori were men by Pretoria, when others still by and waited. Furthermore, the Jewish community of the country 100,000 strong, had been one of the bulwarks of financial port for I .real. It has long been axiomatic that the per capita gifts of South African Jews are far higher than those of an) other Jewish community in the world. Nevertheless. Israel has recalled its Minister to South Africa, leaving only a Charge D'Affaires at the Legation, and El Al is discontinuing its flights to that country. Further steps are in the ofling. And the South African government has banned transfer of local lunds to Israel. There has been criticism here of Israel's policy. Voices are raised, especially among the opposition parties, asking why Israel is suddenly so concerned for the fate of the South African natives. Jews are ill-treated in Russia, yet we do not recall our Ambassador to that country. Critics also point out that it is not wise to support sanctions against a country because of its internal policies. Have we forgotten that the threat of sanctions was poised over Israel's head when v.e hesitated to withdraw from Gaza? And who knows when '.he .ame threat may be turned against us again in connection with, say. return of Arab refugees, now that the precedent is serving so well in South Africa's < And what of the harm which Israel's stand docs to the Jews ot South Africa • These questions pinpoint the elements which have male the decision so p;.inlul to take, yet the great majority in Israel will agree that the step has been necessary—and that for two reasons. One is the political motivation. The winning of friendship and support Irom the newly-independent states of Africa is not merely useful ana desirable. In the cold calculations of international relations, it has become a vital necessity for Israel's security. With the presently constituted membership of the UN. simple arithmetic shows that the Communist bloc, the Arab-Moslem bloc, and the Afro-Asian bloc among them, command a majority or the votes. In any issue on which they can agree these three groups are in a position to impose titeir will on the United Nations. It should be abundantly clear, therefore, why Israel, even only as a matter of political expediency, can not dare to alienate the African states, and especially on a matter which means so much to them as forthright and unequivocal opposition to the apartheid policy of South Alrica. But even if there were no political considerations involved, it is hard to set how Israel could have avoided a tirm stand on a mo>-al issue so closely related to Jewish principles of equality and human dignity.



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Friday, November 8, 1963 vjewisti fhrkUan Paqe 7-A US in Quiet Talks With Israel and Arabs Continued from Page 1-A formed the Commission thai, in its opinion,' the talks hve boon useful All sides had shown good will, a desire to achieve progress on the refugee problem, and a desire to continue the talks, which are not yet completed." The Commission reported that it had requested con tinwation of the talks, and expressed "confidence" that "every effort wiH be made in the continuation of these talks" to ad] vance the Assembly's desire that some progress be shown toward a possible solution of the refugee issue. The highest United Nations offi. lal in charge of the Arab refugee problem meanwhile told the Gcn• i;il Assembly here that the crux" of the entire Arab-Israeli i-onflict in the Middle East is not the refugee problem but th • Arab refusal to recognize Israel's existence and the Arab determination that Israel must not continue to exist as a state. That statement was made to the Assembly's Special I'olitical Committee by Dr. John II. Davis. Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees. Dr. Davit opened the committee s consideration of his annual report, submitted three weeks ago. with a 5.000-word evaluation of the refugee problem which, he said, reFleeted his "considered Judgment" based on his total experience after years as UNRWA chief Tt-lling the committee that he i isagreea with those who think the nay to solve "the total Palestine problem is to solve the refugee l roblem," he stated: "In fact, the fundamental factor and the controlling one regarding the Palestine issue is not the refugee problem per se. Rather, it is the fact that two bodios of people are pursuirv) divergent ends, which 15 years of negotiating effort has not reconciled or even given promise of reconciling. The refugee problem per se, is but one facet of the broader complex of problems which have emerged out of the very creation and the presence of Israel as a state in Ihe Middle East. "On the one hand, the citizens Of Israel arc totally dedicated and j committed to the preservation ami continued existence of their country and will, I am sure, strive to preserve it with everything they iave. including their very lives. Difsctting this is the Arab feeling which is equally strong. The crux of the Arab feeling is that they do not recognize the legitimacy of Israel as a state, and they do not ivant her to continue to exist as a tate. "In my opinion, this feeling is a product of the complex history of the Arab peoples which extends back over not just recent decades but even centuries. This feeling exists not only in the hearts and minds of a million Palestine refugees or in the hearts and minds of a group of Arab politicians, but also among the Arab people and the Arab nations as a whole, and is being transmitted in full force to ~* "L" V"""*" "i> """".; the new generation which is now growing up. Thus, as far as I can I tell, this feeling is virtually uni 1 vena] within Arab countries. More over. Arab politicians do not control this feeling but, on the contrary, are, themselves, governed by it. Hence, it is that on both sides Ihc power of decision is anchored with the people. In my opinion. this fact largely explains why all past efforts to settle the Palestine issue or the refugee problem I supporting and therefore ineligible through negotiations or special I lo r further relief. Dr. Davis told the Assembly that there is "one bright spot in this rather bleak picture." This, he said, "is the fact that the peoples who comprise the nations that find themselves at opposite poles with respect to the Palestine issue are basically ouite tolerant with regard to one another as human beings. From all I krow, I believe that the Jew does not basically hate the Arab as an individual, nor does the Arab basically hate the Jew as a person. This fact, it seems to me, at least holds out an element of hope for the future for these charged with the responsibility to find a solution to the problem." While the long-range picture was "ominous," Dr. Davis continued, there are certain "short run" steps that might be taken by the United Nations. These, he said, included 1) "efforts to continue preserving peace in the Middle East and finding a means for carrying out" provisions of a 1948 Assembly resolution which called for repatriation of the Arabs or their compensation by Israel; 2) continuation of relief activities, including education and job training. In this connection, he also mentiotted the need for rectifying UNRWA's relief rolls. Earlier, ho pointed out that the UNRWA relief rolls arc inaccurate, due to the j facts that dead ration card holders are not removed and that UNRWA is prevented by the Arab "host" governments from ascertaining when refugees had become selfresignation, to take effect at the end of 1963. Until this year, his oral sflHtnerit to the Special Political Committee had always consisted, of a mere, formal summary of his previously submitted annual report. This year, however, he summariied what he called his "total thinking" in regard so the refugee situation and the general Middle East situation as he sees it. tee that, in his opinion, some typ. of activity for aid to the refugeewill have to continue for a Ion. time after the expiration of UNRWA's current mandate, (hie to expire June SO. 1963. After Dr. Davis concluded, Israel's permanent representative, Michael S. Comay. addressed tluI committee brielly. reiterating I. rael's oft-repeated request fc.r I Arab-lsracI peace ncgotiat ion Addressing the Arab delegation-. be said: "Let us give up the pol ;mics that have dragged on for 15 years. Let us sit down together in the spirit of the United Natioa-. Dr. Davis also told the commit and negotiate peace." I rejects have failed. "If these observations are orrect. then one is forced to conclude that no solution to the Palestine issue is yet in sight and that even a satisfactory solution of the refugee problem per se, would not in and out of itself dissolve the more basic and fundamental problem which emerges from the conllict of viewpoints, purposes and feelings as between the people of Israel, on the one hand, and the people of the Arab countries, on the other." TICKETS • TOURS • CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516 7551 Dadeland Moll Ph. 667-2524 oh^ioi^ho^icCcuiu^^ Dr. Davis' lung address Monday was virtually his swan song. He had already submitted his Lebediker Branch In Meeting Here A special meeting of the Lebe diker Branch, Farband Labor Zionist Order, was to be held on Thursday evening to elect four delegates to the 50th Farband convention slated for the Waldorf Astoria in New York in December. Also on the agenda, at Washington Feflers.1, 1235 Washington Ave.. was to be election of committee members for the newly-organized chorus, under the leadership of Ben Yomen. Oscar Shapiro, vice president, Solomon Parness, tinancial secretary, and Ely Malin. treasurer, were to be in charge of the evening, which was to include a report on a Chanuka party scheduled for Dec. 15 at the Kontainebleau Hotel. Guesl speakers Thursday were to be Abraham Filisof and Isaac Donen, with a special ceremonial celebration and collation hosted by Mr. and Mrs Maurice Furor. otjA&UotM Chy,A$


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Page 12-A mjmisfi norkttan Friday, November 8, i Jewish Book Month Now in Full S*|a£>J£2r to Reviews Scheduled Throughout County OR. KING DR. HESCHEL HASBI HALPfRH United Synagogue Golden Jubilee Will Honor Rev. King With Citation By Special Report NEW YORK — The Golden Jubilee Convention of the United Synagogue of America will demonstrate its support of the Negro community's struggle for civil rights and honor the acknowledged leader of that struggle. Dr. Martin Luther King. The convention will be held Nov. 17 to 21. Dr. King will be presented to the convention on Tuesday evening. Nov. 19, by Rabbi Abraham J. Heschel. professor of Jewish ethics and mysticism at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, convention chairman, Milton Berger, has announced. Dr. Heschel has lectured and written extensively on the cause of hum;.n rights, and was the keynote speaker at the Conference on Race and Religion in Chicogo last winter. Dr. King and Dr. Heschel will appear at a convention session devoted to the hundredth anniversary of President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. A special Solomon Schechter Award will be presented to Dr. King by President George Maislen for his role in "translating the prophetic vision of Abraham Lincoln into a living reality." Dr. King will deliver a major address to the convention. The United Synagogue, which Welcome Wagon Remembers Special Family Occasions Carrying on our community's traditional hospitality, Welcome Wagon Calls are made when your family celebrates a (ajixtcenth birthday, announces an i engagement or the birth of • new baby, or move* to a new home. was founded in 1913. will bol I Nj Golden Jubilee Convention at the Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake. N.Y. Some 2.000 rabbis and lay leaders are expected to attend. The United Synagogue of America is the congregational arm of the Conservative movement, with 774 congregations in the U.S. and Canada. Presiding at the session will be Rabbi Harry Halpern. of the East Midwood Jewish Center in Brooklyn, chairman of the Joint Commission on Social Action of the United Synagogue. Only once before has the United Synagogue presented a special Solomon Schechter Award, which is named in memory of the founder of the organization. In 1947, the award was given to Sen. Herbert H. Lehman. Among delegates attending from the Southeast Region will be Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sussman, Temple Menorah. president; Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Mann, Temple Sinai. Hollywood, regional vice president; Sidney Kay. Temple Sinai president; Rabbi Irving Lchrman. Temple Emanu-EI; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah; Rabbi and Mrs. Norman Shapiro. Beth David; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schilf. Beth David; [rving Seidel. Beth Torah Congregation; and Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director. Southeast Begion, United Synagogue of America. Merger Meeting Saturday America! Natural ftygicne Society. Greater Miami Chapter, and Miami Beach Dade Chapter, will hold a joint meeting to merge on j Saturday evening at Washington Federal Savings Auditorium. 1234 j Washington Ave. Julius Beren.son | is president ot the Greater Miami i Chapter. Mrs. Ann Scharps is president ol Miami Beach-Dado J Chapter. Celebration of Jewish Book Month is now in full swing, according to an announcement by Al Sherman, chairman of the Jewish Book Month Committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education Two open public meetings will be held on December 2. One is scheduled lor Oceanfront Auditorium, in cooperation with the Miami Beach Recreation Depart ment at 8 p.m. Theme ol the evening will be "Recent Novels | from Israel Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will review "Fortunes of a Fool." by Aharon Megued. Is-[ i raeli novelist. Louis Schwartzman will review 'Dust," by Yael i Dayan, daughter of Israel's Min-, j ister of Agriculture. Melvyn, %  Frumkes will review "House of Hope," by Lynne Banks, now living in a kibbutz in Israel. The same evening, at :30 p.m., the second open meeting will be held at Beth Torah Congregation in cooperation with the congregations of North Dade. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx, ol Temple Menorah, will review "Eichmann in Jerusalem," by Hannah Arendt, and a special showing will be held of the picture "The Eichmann Story," presented recently on television by the Armstrong Circle Theatre. The Bureau has scheduled book reviews throughout the community for groups of Hadassah. National Council of Jewish Women. j ORT, Pioneer Women, B'nai B'rith Women. Sisterhoods and Brotherhoods of local congregations, and for brunches of the local YM and YWHA. Book reviewers include Rabbi Simon April. Herbert Berger, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Mrs Elga Eason. Mrs. Dorothy Kneger Fink. Abraham Gittelson. Mrs. Sanford .lacobson. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-I witz, Rabbi Harold Richter. Rab bi David Rosenfeld. Rabbi Her shel Brook-. Louis Schwartzman.' and Mrs. Alfred Stone. Book exhibits are now appearing in local libraries and book. Stores, with special posters and book lists issued by the Bureau. In the Jewish schools, the Bureau is sponsoring a book review contest for all students of junior and senior high school level. Special entry blanks have been mailed to schools by the Bureau,; listing the books to be reviewed, contest rules, %  and prizes. Winners will be interviewed over Ch., I 7 on Sunday, Dec. 8, 10:30 a.m.,' -_ — — i Membership Drive Luncheon There will be a 52 Association membership drive luncheon held ; on Sunday. Nov. 17, in the Charlemagne Room of the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Harry Shapiro is president of the group, and Miss Betty Fleisher. 1360 Monad Ter Miami Beach, is the arranger. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Boy • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 y "^ StHooJcta IIII DADE OOULrVARO MIAMI BEACH. 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Fiiday. November 8, 1963 *Jenislh Ifkiridlliaiin Paqe 3-A JNF Launches Huge Galilee Effort \KU YORK — i.TTA' A goal -,1,11.000.000 to be achieved over linear, period through bequests! n wills and assignments of insuring was set here Sunday by the mnulation for the Jewish National Fund. Announcement of the goal was made at the closing session of the annual assembly of the Jewish National Fund in session last ,,(kcnd. Of the $100,000,000 goal, ., potential $22,000,000 has already been accumulated, according to Dr. Harris J. Levine, chairman of Ihc Foundation, and Albert Schiff, president of the JNF. The session also hoard that the American Freedom Forest, comprising 2,000,000 trees, has been completed on the slopes of Beitar, near Jerusalem. The forest, designed as a lasting monument to American-Israeli friendship, comprises 50 woodlands, each bearing the name of cne of the 50 states in the United States. The forest was launched three years ago by a committee made up of the 50 State Governors, headed by former President Harry S. Truman. President Kennedy sent a message to the Assembly declaring: ••The completion of the American reedom Forest, which cements the bond between Israel and the I'nited States, and which serves as an important reclamation effort, deserves the support and encourgement which the Assembly can .de." i arlier, the Assembly heard de.ibout the JNFs vast development and reclamation project I the Central Galilee region of involving an expenditure i $27,500,000 for the first stage is undertaking in the next ears. The details were spellby Jacob Tsur. world of the Jewish National ho emphasized that the |i ned to absorb the heavy %  i immigrants to Israel, is rime responsibility of the Zionist movement." It iexpected," Mr. TSur aid i!, io years' time, thousands i-li families, including new grants straight from the hips, and the sons of veteran mountain villagers will be culti, their vineyards and fruit uds inside this region." He roied that, thus far. since Israel's th aa nation 15 years ago, "the strategic Galilee region has remained unchanged." Memorial For Top Labor Leader By Special Report M.W YORK — David Dubinsky .md New bold Aiorris were to be M atured speakers at a memorial %  %  •ting 00 the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the death ol B i barney Vladeck. Herbert H. Lehman was to par te in the meeting at Town Hall on Thursday. Speakers were Io include Vladeck's son. Stephen Vladeck, noted labor attorney. Vladeck, who died in 1938. was prominent in the Jewish labor %  ".''inent and in the political life : New York City. He was minority leader of the New York City I ouncil at the time of his death. He founder of the Jewish Labor Committee in 1934, he was its national chairman until his death, and a leader in the Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training The man whose life's work was 'o be honored at the meeting, Baruch Charney Vladeck, was a Jewish revolutionary leader in Poland before coming to the Uni"d States in 1908. The plan, he said, calls for the reclamation of 250,000 acres of arid soil near Israel's borders with Lebanon and Syria. The plan envisages the building of 35 settlements, eight regional centers, and several new towns by the JNF, Israel's Ministry of Housing and the agricultural and settlement department of the Mr. Schiff, voicing the American JNF's support of the Galilee program, told the 2,000 delegates and guests attending the Assembly that the Central Galilee plan is "further evidence of our determination to leave no stone unturned in the ceaseless struggle for the defense of the frontiers of the Jewish Homeland. The call goes out to all Jews of the United States," he said, "to rally around Israel in this crucial hour to mobilize the resources, material and spiritual, of American Jewry behind the State of Israel, to ally themselves to the side of the Jew ish State through the Jewish National Fund, to the end that cause a great job of restoration. But to imagine that these areas cool there is still a great deal to be sustain a flourishing eivilizatioi done. Those who look at the But the Fund's record of achievi waste places of the Galilee and ment cannot doubt its abilttj I of peace and treedom. of which the Negev. today, lind it uiilicuii .,. Me this job." Israel i.s the foremost representa-, — %  live in the MidWle East, may triumph over its adversaries." A pledge of United States Government policy lor the protection of Israel's "existence, integrity j and independence against all as saults" was given the Assembly by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.. Under Secretary of Commerce. He said, in his address, he was voicing this "assurance as a member Of the Kennedy Administration." i Mr. Roosevelt returned recently from a tour of the Middle East during which he conferred with ; both Israeli and. Egyptian leacll ers. Avraham Harman, Israel's Am i bassador to the United States, an; other of the speakers at the Assembly, expressed high praise for the JNF achievement in Israel. | "Those who visit Israel after an interval of years," he said, "can see the magnificent results of the Fund's reclamation work, particularly in formerly barren hill poiintrv. This has indeed been BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOB H. 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Page 14-B *Jewisl> fhHdKfan Friday, Nove-.^g MIAMI WINDOW Beverlye Keufch Pecenl guest of honor at a dinner party celebrating her election at rice chanman of the Miami Beach Public reJa Uons Advisory Board KestMties held at Loo Robin's Chandlers In Honolulu this week ;o address the convention of the National LeagW of Insured Saving, Associations. Arthur H. Courson, chairman of the League Legislative Committee He s board chairman of Washington Federal Savings and Loan. Ptiilip E. Simon reports FtM in Bank of Miami-Beach deposits to a new high of $11,139,000 According to the board chairman, this is a 30 percent increase Gerald "Hank" Schwartz, of Newark. N.J., has joined the public relations division of Harris. Buggcln & Brumby, local advertising and business counseling firm The Riviera Country Club has commissioned silver craftsman Buddy Halpert to design the Annual Perpetual Award for the Women's Golf Association. Edward T. Newman, Miami Beach funeral director, elected -ec ond vice president of the Jewish Funeral Directors Association of America at the organisation's annual convention in New Orleans Lew Sterling, tjaneral manager of Dumas Milner Chevrolet, says the company has acquired the property at 4065 SW 8th St. Fre i Stone, CfcU, of 7400 SW 135th St.. spoke recently at a meeting of leading' fielc. underwriters of the Home Life Insurance Company at Lake Kiamesha. N.Y. Saturnino Noriega, former Florida State radio and television editor lor the Associated Press, has been named senior account executive of The Gerald Schwartz Agency, public relations iirm on the Beach Carlsbad Spa. Hollywood. Fla.. announces the appointment of Joel Eisen as managing director The Spa opens for the winter season this weekend Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Jefferson National Bank on 4l8t St. and Pine Tree Dr.. features Arthur H. Courshort as president and Jack D. Gordon as board chairman. Summertime, a new project in Cooper City just west of Davie features Mickey Michaels, veteran South Florida builder and developer! and Morns Cooper as principals Representing them in the acquisition of the project s initial 150 lots is Charles Weinberg, Miami Beach Ft r .,'. A f S T'?,! eS ar L ui$ GGordon of Xo •!. and two rt. Lauderdale builders. James Millard and Robert Meyers. fnr E^*f? Ber He ry End has becn aM, n ed to do the interior EfJh r00m u mann h0,el ad J ini "8 the nowabuilding Lucayan Beach resort in the Grand Bahamas Mario, suave maitre d a. the Embers, has been spending his daytime hours working in Flamingo I roduct.ons full-length Eastman Color film, The Deadly Circle !" Manny Mandel, the Riverside Memorial Chapels exec, has been invited Andrew A. Geller agent for Massachusetts Mutual, the recent ree 2ff t t h l e ~ Veed i o ,C "' ,,<1 Lift Un By Special Report NEW YORK j s Rilk:nd was namte. .| rrili the Board of Direcor, i ,| ish Theological Seminary of \„1 iea. and Alan II. Stroock. t 0rm board chairman, became pres| ., e of the Seminary Corp The two appointments were an nounced this week by I)r Finkelstein. Seminary, chani who described them as part of a reorganization of the .... a tratlve structure of the Seminary." Formal Installation of the two officers will take place at a Seminary convocat. :. ,,,1 year. Judge Kitkind. a partner in the law firm of Paul. Wi ... Riftjni Wharton. ani Garrison, 1a („ r mer I'nited StateDistrict Ju | A graduate of the Sen in % %  % Teachers Institute i has served for several years as vice chairman of its Board oi Overseers, under Herbert H. Lehman, who i tinues as chairman of that body. A member of the Board of D tors for more than 20 years Judee Rifkind has been serving or. the board's administrative committee. Stroock has been a member of the Seminary's Board i i Directors for more than 25 years, and its chairman for the past 16 The aflair is scheduled for Sunday evening. Dec. l. at Waldman's Hotel. The appointment was anr L Uf L L %  J nounced here fcy Alexander C v/IOnUKO rTOrKSflOp morjay Moskovits. chairman ol the Board of Trustee.-, of the Mesivta at a luncheon held Sunday in the Mesivta. HYMAU C&IBUT S.dney Ans.n, president o. WCKT-TV. recent recipient of a Certificate o ApprechjUon from the U.S. Coast Guard for public servSe Real estate brokers and salesmen throughout Florida nvite,, Erog'raSbv'V Yl??* !" ST? "" =*"* HumaSS.'A r of the p'ogiam K ,,ak ^^ KiS ak ** %  "* 9"P-or. executive vice president and trust officer of a v National Bank 1 "^ 2^. 222" "cant inveatment seminar in PhiiadeSa ? Gus Shav/ L:sts New Trove! Ideas Gus shav. Tra\el Service, 245 SW 1st St.. Suite 101. announces four group tours to Israel and Europe "that are really outstanding." After an absence of nearly a year, he is once again active in Shaw Travel Service. In addition to the Israel tours, he is offerParkinson Unit to Meet Annual luncheon of the Women's Division of the National Parkinson Foundation will be held on Saturday noon. Nov. 16. at the Deauville Hotel. Afternoon will include entertainment and a fashion show by Sandra Post. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Lillian Weinstock. President is Mrs. Bevesly Fischer. Gordon Off To Nigeria mg: Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL M0 1-7693 Jack D. Gordon, president of I Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach, ) is enroute to Nigeria to undertake I a new U.S. State Department assignment for the Agency for International Development. Gordon will spend nearly a month in the new f African nation as an advisor to the A.ID. Mission's Housing Office at Port Harcourt in the province of Eastern | Nigeria. The Nigerian Government has ; allocated 200.000 Nigerian pounds ($2.80 converted into American dollars ) to serve as the initial cap ital for a Nigerian savings and loan system undertaken as part of the Nigerian development plan The first unit in the system is scheduled to open in Port Harcourt on Dec. l, and a second unit will open shortly in Enugu. • A New York World's Fair package. • Cruises sailing from Miami and Port Everglades. The thud annual scholarship dirner will be given in honor of Leo Robinson, l"c;,i philanthropist and communal leader Rabbi II Leu's Rottman, a founder and vice [•resident of the Mesivta, said that "Robinson will be honored for his ncble assistance toward the advancement oi religious education in the Greater \! .,. mnranfty. ard tor ins dedicat I service to the Mesivta High School." To serve with Galbut are Mos kovits, Louis Meiwitzer and Sam uel Reinhard as co-chairmen. Honorary Committee includes Shepard Broad, chairman, and Charles Fruchtman and Harry Genet. co-chairmen Arrange menu Committee are Louis Pol lack, chairman. S. Louis Schwartz and Mrs, Irwin H. Makovsky. cochairmen. Parents Committee are Max Sternstein chairman; Marvin Lipman and Philip Jacoby, co-chairmen. "The graduates of the Mesivta are now attending various universities throughout the country. Harvard College. New York University, and Yeshiva University have honored Mesivta graduates with national honor scholarships." Rabbi Morris L. Horowitz, principal of the school, sail. A Chanuka work-" ;> uill be conducted by Mrs Simon April for Beth Moshe Sister'i member! on Monday evenir.L piel Hall, President is Mrs FrI Blank RENT P LVM V. CAR — AND OTHER FINE CA*8 •# %  \1 |Z Pi-'%  "LE via r mtm !.. ua ABOTT MOTORS INC. 1401 W. FLAGLEP = 20 DISCOUNT ON ALL • CAMERAS • FILM • PROCESSING AND PHOTOGRAPHIC lOlhPMEN* Mail or Bring with This M Craig's Camera Center 7356 IN, Rtd Rd. Ph. 665-5111 GUS SHAiv Gordon, together with Arthur H. Courshon. chairman of the Board of Directors of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, has been active in Latin America and in other newly-formed African nations in organizing savings and loan systems to promote thrift and encourage home building. Earlier this year, Gordon also j undertook a similar mission to | the Republic of Somalia in Africa at the request of the United Na1 tions. Choir Members Named Choir members of Temple Beth Am. directed by Mrs. Herbert i Baumgard, who will participate iwith Cantor Charles S. Kodner in ; Friday evening services conducted by Rabbi Herbert If. Baumgard are Mrs. Jerome Anapol. Mrs. Roblert Grossberger. Mrs. Edward : Salem. Mrs. Herman Sumars. Mrs. Ellis Tarshes, Mrs. Bernard AbI bott. 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Friday. November 8, 1963 • Je*ist> flcrkfitn Page 7-B Funds to Assist Hebrew School All funds raised at Beth El Sister hood's first luncheon on Tuesday will yo to the Temple's Hebrew School. Called lor noon in theDora AuiniM HH, meml of. the Kinnarel chapter of Mizlachi Women have been i vile to participate in the affair. Sisterhood hostes.es anMrs. |J&CK ;-nap'io president. Mrs, V-x P.appaport. Mrs. Solomon Sehiff, Mrs. Riihin Blaustein. Mrs. Rebecca OOfdon, and Mrs. Lena Ro.-en Chairman for Kinneret are Mrs. Emery Green. Mrs. Donald Schrager, president, aid Mrs. Arthur 1 Roth, fund-raising vice preside.il. Volunteers for Variety Women's Committee MacLean. Mrs. William Wisnesky and Mrs. get an early start, planning their big Dec. 19 John Pinder. Proceeds of the event will aid annual benefit dinner ct the Fontainebleau Variety Children's Hospital, the internationHotel. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Adrian ally-recognized pediatric center serving all Thai. Mrs. W. D. Rumbaugh. Mrs. David Le children without regard to race, creed, or Blana, Mrs. Edward Moniker, Mrs. George nomic status. ecoFur Show For Shoshana Group Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will honor its members at ^n annual paid-up membership party Tuesday evening in the Colmy Room of the Golden Gate Motel. Showing of furs by I. K. Etman. f Lincoln ltd modeled by mem•ers i>f the Chapter, will be presented. in charge of reservations are Mr*. Robert Tavlin and membership chairman, Mrs. Stanley Rudd. Best-Seller To be Reviewed Mrs I .M Weinstein will review K hoi seller. '"The Group," by Mary McCarthy, at the Tuesday neeting of Lorber Chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute nd Hospital at Denver. Function is called for 10:30 a.m. n ihe home of Mrs. Ernest E. Harris, 6130 SW 120th St. Mrs. Anshel Rackoff and Mrs Steinberg are in charge of reservations. MKS. DORIS ICKHOFf Book Review Scheduled Second general meeting of Temple Zamora Sisterhood on Wed ncsday evening will include a re view of "The Deed,'' by Gerald Franks, presented by Mrs. Edith Jacobton. Cedars Names Nursing Chief Appointment of Mrs. Doris M. Eckhoff to the post of nursing service coordinator at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has been announced by Sanfnrd K. Bronstein, hospital administrator. Mrs. Eckhoff trained at the New Jersey City Hospital School of Nnratag, completed tter work in post-graduate operative nursing at Polyclinic Hospital. NY., and Obstetric nursing at Sloan Hospital for Women. She worked at Jackson Memorial Hospital for eleven years. Her duties at Cedars of Lebanon involve supervision of 120 nurses, aides, orderlies and allied personnel. Mrs. Eckhoff is vice president "1 the Operating Room Nurses Of south Florida, and a member of the American Nurses' Association. District 3. and the Florida Nurses' Association. Sisterhood Fete To Honor Couple Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center luncheon on Wednesday noon will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sirkus in honor of the marriage of their son, Mark. The new groom and his wife, Susan, will attend the luncheon. and a wedding cake presented by their parents, will be shared with the guests. Mrs. Aaron Bellinkoff is chairman. Mrs. Sam Mitchell is ticket chairman. Allergies in Florida Following a brief business meet ing conducted by Mrs. Jerry Rcsnlch, president of Miami Beach Chapter, Asthmatic Children's Foundation. Dr. George Gittelson will deliver a talk on "Allergies in Florida." having an affair? Social tea or testimony dinner, recoption, convent.nnoi an intimate patty lor 1.000 whate.er the affair, things happen foi His best at the New E.erglades Hotel. No wonder. Miami's most detectat.de food, most impeccably steed in surroundings most delightful Eapense? Most sensible. (You couldn't do it toless.) Call Catering Office 1R9 ^61 foi details. 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the 'W, ovnan s WoM Jewish Floridian IMJCT\ Florida. Friday, November 8. 1963 Section B ider. en; :ns': Gol; ider. den0! '• ider. of : %  : -.lex Shayewitz (seated center) is honored as first pres:f the recently-formed Batya Chapter of Mizrachi WornZ rganization of America. Other officers honored at an ::.on luncheon last week in the home of Mis. Frances ; erg are seated (left to right) Mrs. Hairy Lerner, vice presMrs. Shayewitz; and Mrs. Joseph Gropen, vice presiStanding (left to right! are Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator ::achi Women for Florida; Mrs. Simon April, vice pres: nd chairman of the day, and Mrs. Goldberg, member Executive Board, and hostess to the event. Brandeis Unit Plans Lunch First general meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter. Brandeis University National Women's Committee, will be a luncheon on Friday. Nov. 15. at the Carillon Hotel at 11:45 a.m. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Chester M. Ross, national vice president of Brandeis University National Women's Committee. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein, local residents. Mrs. Ross is currently national chairman of the Regional Development. She was educated at George Washington and Columbia Universities. Mrs. Max Stadler. administrative vice president, is chairman of the day. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. past president, is program chairman. Miami Business and Professional Chapter of Women's American ORT will hold its monthly dinner meeting in Southgate Towers on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky (seated) president, is shown at a charter-signing ceremony of the newly-formed chapter. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president of ORT; Mrs. Louis baron, president of the Southeast Region; and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who was guest speaker at the charter ceremony. Florida Women's League Offers Varied Programs IttU I I ol I • Mrold [Hi; • i ; %  V Mrorientation instruction. I sses and a book review activities of the Florida National Women's League Synagogue ol America :.uii Dickson. Florida esident, and Sirs liar. rd. vice president ol af nd retention, gave h'iard i instruction to the Sis Temple B'nai Israel in -burg on Oct. 29. ymour .Mann, vice prcsthe Speakers Bureau, delivered a talk tor the combined campaign tor Torah Fund and the Matilda Schecter Residence Hall at the B'nai Raphael Congregation Sisterhood meeting in North Miami on Monday, On Wednesday. Mrs. Harold Reinhard was guest speaker for the membership luncheon of Temple Rodoph Sholom Sisterhood meeting in Tampa. Mrs. Martin Smith, vice president, will give a book review lor Temple Sholom Sisterhood in Pompano on Nov. 28. n J *** by ISABEL GROVE 1 in t> i thus ident Hi, Irom an exciting trip to is Mrs. Milton Sirkin lam, who has held almost > office In local com activities, was in the • city on a public rcla-ion tor the newly-reDiLido Hotel While Ontario metropolis, she the hotel's booth at the Hndassah Bazaar Bponsorihe Toronto chapter visited the Toronto "Y," I a busman's holiday %  itics as regional pres •he Southern Section ot mal Jewish We 11 are ll: %  d Elaine Eeinberg re<'"'!> ere hosts in their South "• 1(l < home to Max Morris, Cen,l 1 I South American export : lor a London firm • nd Sam Gertner, he's diOf Ml Sinai Hospital, have returned from an extended trip to Europe Ruth Brotman will be returning to Miami Beach in time for the 131 h Miami Beach Music and Arts League concert dinner and installation affair in the carillon Hotel on Nov. 18 She founded the League in 1951 New president i* Lou Slegd, on the stall at Jackson Memorial. Noli and Leo Eisenstem left here Aug. 26 and on the 28th from San Francisco aboard the ss Pn.-ident Wilson to Yokohama They spent 10 days in Japan, and presented a key to the deputj mayor of FUJI Sana, sister city ot Miami Beach, representing Mayor Mel Richard They attended Rosh Hashona services in an Orthodox Syna in Tokyo, wenl on to Taipsi and Hom Kong, where Continued on Page 5-B \\ sidewalk Paris ewaiKs ol LIMITED EDITION SILK PRINT BY BERNARDO Newest excitement from a master designer hand-screened print on pure silk, fully lined. Multi-colors on white. misses' 8 to 18, 29.95 SUNSHINE CASUALS MIAVU (TH'RD FLOOR) ALSO DADEIANO. AA'AMI BEACH. 16Jrd SIKEET FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH. StE OUli "SO SPLENDIDLY SILK" SHOWS Miami Vogue Pattern Silk Show 2:00 p.m. Fabric Dept. 5th Floor, Nov. 9. Dadeland informal modeling plus capsule showing Nov. 15, 7.30-9.00 p.m. Featuring 10 best d'essed career women. Informal modeling Nov. 16, 11:00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. Ft. Lauderdale "La Moda Espanola sponsored by the Ft. Lauderdale Symphony Society, Venetian Dining Room Nov. 12, 13, 16 at 3:00 p.m. m on ^^r



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IT Fridcr-'. November 8, 1963 f. AawCfft fhnridiinir Page 11-A XGreater Miami Hosts Annual CJFWF Assembly ; : ntinued from Pag* 1-A ,.i v biologists, demographers, social vorkers, educators, physicians, mental health specialists, public welfare authorities and governraatf leaders. DBuall G. Gallagher, president o* City Collage of Now York, will talk on "American Human Go. is—A Paradox of Affluence anc Poverty" at the third annual Herbft R. Abates Memorial Address in tribute to the memory |of a past president of the CJFWF [at ''•* Saturday evening ban iquet. Other major highlights |inclLe: • A talk by Irving W. Rabb, BOIton, on federation flexibilrespoate to changing needs.; filiations and responsibilities at Be Thursday luncheon session. 1 • 1 wo key sessions Friday orning on "Overseas Needs and \ ibilitiet" under the chairp of [rving Kane, of Clevepast president of the I and chairman of its Over.• vices Committee, • firs! session, Moses A. executive vice chairman I tmerican Jewish Joint DLs| Committee, and Louis D. CJFWF director of Overrvices, will speak on the situation in Europe and other overseas areas. Serving as panelists will be Dr. William Haber. president, American ORT Federation, and James P. Rice, executive director of the United Hias Service. In the second session, Louis A. Pincus, treasurer of the Jewish Agency, Jerusalem, and Honvitz will discuss the situation in Israel. Panelists will include Dr. Haber, Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel. Mrs. Siegfried Kramar sky, national president of Hadassah, and Leavitt. Henry L. Zucker, executive director of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, will •peak on "Financing Jewish Health and Welfare Services" at a general session Friday afternoon. Herbert H. Schiff, of Columbus, chairman of the CJFWF Committee on Campaign Services, will preside. The traditional Assembly Sabbath sermon, to be delivered by > Dr. Lou H. Silberman of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, will deal • with "Jewish Principles on the. Anvil of Conflict—Five Years After the Synagogue Bombings in the South." A key event will be the presentation Saturday evening of the 1963 William J. Shroder Memorial Awards for pioneering achievement to the Associated YM-YWHAs of Greater New York for two unique experiments bTidgirrg the fields Of health and recreation concluded by its Mosholu-MOnte fiore community Center in collaboration with Montetiore Hospital; and the Jewish Family Service of the Tucson Jewish Community Council for a dynamic social planning survey of the aged. Local Federation Leaders Take Key Roles in Meet THE ISRAELITE CENTER Conservative Service : 75 S.W. 25th STREET MIAMI PROUDLY PRESENTS I*. S. 1. SWIRSKY, RABBI CANTOR LOUIS COHEN AND CHOIR OUR FIRST I LUTE FRIDAY SERVICE |ov. 8, 1963 at 8:15 p.m. ha Rabbi's Topic will be "MY CREDO" 'neg Shabbat will follow in honor of IF AND MRS. JACK SCHIFF Uu Are All Welcome Continued from Pr.-je 1-A approval at the closing session of the Assembly on Sunday. Martin Fine, past winner of the President's Leadership Award and member of the Executive Committee, will chair a workshop deal ing with "Housing for the El lerly—What Jewish Responsibility?" Jewish War Veterans National Commander Daniel Neal Holier, winner Of the I'M.;; President's Leadership Award, will be a discussion leader at the session of, the National Committee on Lead-| ership Development. Mrs Stanley C. Myers, vice president of Federation, and one of the four co-chairmen of the Hospitality and Arrangements Committee, will be chairman of a workshop on "Volunteers: Their Changing Role in Community Service." Mr-. Stanley Arkin. Mrs. Aaron I'arr, Mrs. Thomas Gerard. Mrs. Kocky I'omerance and Mrs. Milton Weinkle will participate in a demonstration of Miami's "Federation Coloring Book" at a work: shop for women. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, will chair the panel discussion "Mental Health—The Nation's No. 1 Health Problem." Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-EI, was to deliver the invocation at a luncheon session on "Federation—Frozen or Flexible?" on Thursday. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Menorah, will deliver the invocation at the Saturday night banquet. Four communal leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation head the (Cost Community Committee They are Lefcourt. Mrs. Myers. Samuel N. Kriedlaiul. honorary president, and Mrs. I'nrl Weinkle. a trustee, Mrs. Aaron Fair and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman are vice chairmen of the Assembly. Heading important committees to assure Miami hospitality are the following communal leaders: Delegates Lounge— Mrs llany Orleans, Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz: Wednesday Nlghl Reception—Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. Mrs. Leon Kaplan; Young Leadership Activities—Mar-hall S. Harris; Fri iay Night Home Hospital ity—Mrs. Carl Weinkle; Saturday Night Cocktail Party—Mrs. Sam' Blank, Mrs. Samuel Fricdland. Also Golf Tournament—Stanley C. Myers; Table DecorationsMrs. Harold Spaet; Agency Tours —Mrs. Charles P. Feinberu; Participation—Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Sol Silverman; Message Center and Information—Mrs Burton B. Goldstein, Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin. Also, Office and Clerical—Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. Mrs. Philip F Thau; Ticket Sales—Mrs, Gerald Soltz. Mrs. William Brenner; Favors—Mrs Inez Krensky. Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. 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IRVING LEHRMAN WILL PREACH ON "SURVIVAL IN FREEDOM" A COMMENT ON DR. SALO W. BARON CANTOR H1RSH ADLER will chant Assisted by the Temple Choir Under the direction of Mr. Ben Yomen 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 stve 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 ant) pension pfans. Accounts up tt $10,000 Insured ly F.S.l.l.C. Member of Ftderal Home Loin link Systta FREE ROCKET COIN BANK 18" high — red, white and blue rocket an authentic replica of the famous U.S. Army rocket. Spec jl trifcer Hunches all coins, mikes saving fun. • There art 337.111 mm boies In (tie U.S. (Current Annual Dividend Rate) • INSURED SAFETY NO RISKS FROM MARKET CHANGES FUNDS ALWAYS AVAILABLE FREE COIN BANK (no obiiiatiom 10 EXTRA DIVIDEND DAYS (money depesiied by the 1 0th will tan interest Irem the 1st) AND LOAN/ ASSOCIATION STERLING SAVINGS t LOAN ASSOC. Dept. DM P. 0. BOX 31 RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA Gentlemen: I enclost cfieck for $. as shown below, and tend your frtt coin bank and amounts and descriptions lor additional insured accounts.) NAME A00RESS eirr Pie,''open my account iterature. Attach names, '4 .ZONE. .STATE, JOINT. TYPE OF ACCOUNT: (check) INDIVIDUAI CORPORATE D PARTNERSHIP a OTHER n — — — No Chargt For Transfer of Funds From Other Institutions.



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Friday. November 8, 1963 +Jewish tk>ridlicnn Page 5-B Jocialii Continued from Page 1-B Ihey observed Vom Kippur in a agogue built in 1905 ... In ngkok, the;, met Honey and VI Pallot, *0 were on a trip h he Jack Sandlers Bal_, of the itinerary included V v Delhi. Istanbul, Rome. Bar Toledo, Madrid anJ —all by jir | ih' tok the SS France 10 l <: riving home Nov. It v. as their first trip in,! the world and the Orient, to Europe. an i Kisenberg. 1060 Sli Iwater Dr.. have a vacation • planned tor Dec 20, when they take off on a 13i aribbe cruise aboard the Argentina %  and Hi Max LShapiro, 181 SW 21-.t Tor will visit their daughter and son-in-law, the Nathaniel Stones, in New York City • TliStones are former Miami Beach residents, Nathaniel being the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone, prominent Beach resident-. Shapiro is on the Staff of Biscayne Federl I Savings jr.fi Loan Sir, and Mrs. Morris WeinIraub, of Hollywood Beach, celel.r. t>'hg '"i Tuesday evening si Beth Fl will be conducted by Mrs I ac Pushkin, pros id -nt Cultural port.on of the eve lii chaired by Mrs Natha %  1 Son '1 ;•!!! Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, will mark Jewish Book Month. Louis Schwa; tzman. executive director, Bureau o Jewish Education, will review "Dust." by Yae! Dayan. and a book exhibit will be on display. Personal impressions ol a recent trip to Israel will be given by Mrs. | Gussie Bmder. and Mrs. Betty Herman will present a musical promam. Mrs. Rose Marks will host the social hour in hnu. o. .. uev. great-grandchild. chocolate flavors peRuciNawhat 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 Mouthwatering goodness ... a distinguished giftl 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.. .twicel QU*r expires November 30, 1963. Have a Happy Holiday with BUITONI (Say BEW-T0NI as In Beaut,) lovely onions! r Mm Onion Flavored MATZOHS *IW See and taste now oodles of onion flavor makes these snap* apart matzohs a welcome change from bread go hand-in-hand with soups, fish, main dishes! The snack supreme gives new life and delicate zest to dips and spreads. Onion flavor does it/ ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE H Is yew protection enelnst Imibrtions-your auarantee of escellenee In flavor, torture and •juolity. Look for tho woid "SwiUerlcnd" on tho Swise Choeso you buy...chunk or sliced... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland Certified Koihcr wmbrtUictBabHnicdSuixiUttm Make meat loaf tastier with Kasha! MAN, THAT'S A DISHI EASY TO SERVE! FRSE KASHA COOKBOOK New recipes and menu ideas for modem meals end entertaining with Kasha. Address request to: Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yan, New York



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Friday. November 8. 1963 *J/fi FfcridUaun Page 9-A K nil. Jtwyh K owls, Herman Ku-1 1,111, Monyn Leslln, Alfred Lawrunca, rlsii-rj i.. \|. i iI., i. i V. \ I ..niiiin. Ml > "•' I., sh, n, William Levy, Harry Llelit, Hum Uvbei -1111111. I .flu l.ynn. Jacob M.,i l.lnni. (!•! ran i Melael, IV 11 Mi nai hof, Max Mi'iu-hol, Abraliam Mensl'i, Jack Meyere, I l-i l-.-ri I >. MilYouth Breakfasts At Emanu-EI Temple Emanu-EI is resuming ., its weekly high school Youth Seri.i. Uorruj Mlcauky. Morton B. Mm-v j ce Breakfasts on Sunday morn: ,n. Leonard Mnrluvr, Walter Nenier, n „ ii. Samuel Padhit*. ng at 10 a.m. ,-:^\^{"'n vSLTE!-J2832.\ This act ,x *"owstarting "" Uarry lUppaport. Max M. Raakln, 21st year, has al\Vays been a popuIMkj Regent, Mitchell Reiner, Joseph ^ art (f the Emanu-EI youth KeKanl. I •.. %  ;. i n •• Rasnk-k, Alex Rest, I *"* K __ „„ program, Dr. Irving Lcnrinun. spiritual leader of the Temple, who conducts the worship service each week, assisted by Cantor Hirsh Adler. I. ..uis Roaen, Herald Roaenberg;, Kra I: ,-i nfi-lil. Nathan Rottenberg, Irv-i lug Rubin. i..i\U Rub• Hi, iii. Lenn Ruxln, I'II-. I ( Ka>e, William Kaffir. Alexander Kail, I'l.viil .1. Ball, Jacob Saplrateln, Isidore Kchachter, tiarri c Kchoener, Inn Rchrager, Joseph HchwartS, Morton Hchwaru. Kiiu.-ml M'hwars, I • %  ,'n t~u-,..,i. Albert Seldeii. Herman U. Shaw, Jack journs lo Snkin Hall for bu.k Sbaw, Hrrj A. Sherman. fast which always includes a noted Samuel K. wtSR 1, j^STSlv^SS: ••^ter. singing and dancing. Roe simkln, Sidney blmkowlts, BenMilton Feinstein is advisor to ii;:;;:', ^ita^'lrvWflEE gr"PMr. and Mrs. Edward Maxwell Siiiro, l.miis II Stallman, After the service, the group ad• Congratulating Murray Shaw (second from left), president of Temple Ner Tamid, upon *• %  nq named to receive special honors at the Temple's Dinner of Tribute are Dr. Michael L. Horwitz (left), chairman of the Committee of Hosts, and Bernard Katz, Mrs. Sadie Trosky. Louis G. Cohen and Maurice L. Zaretsky, vice chairman. The dinner will take place Saturday evening. Nov. 23, in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Joseph Stelnberfer. Bamuel A. Tucker, O. I.. Victor, Han Was ner, Wlillam Weinberger, David Wiitrin, .Mi.-,s N. Wolf, Siorr|n Woskow, Abruham I •. Vaffe, DaniI ZRIIM, Joseph '/*< man. Lassman are sponsors of this Sunday's breakfast in honor of the recent Bar Mitzvah of their nephew, Evan Kraus. All 10th, 11th and 12th graders are invited. Her Tamid Planning Dinner to Honor President Murray Shaw Here on Nov. 23 Leading members of Temple \,r Tamid met at a reception Sunday evening in the home of i>r and Mrs. Michael L. Horwitz unplete plans for the Tem.!, \ Israel Dinner of Tribute to •akc pl.'ce Saturday evening, Nov. •-, the Fontainebleau Hotel. Murray A. Shaw, president of mple, will be honored "for service to the Temple, the inanity and the State of Is,,|. it was revealed by Rabbi Eugene Labovitt, spiritual leader \, •• Tamid Named t" head the Dinner ( om Itec are Alvin L. Savage, chairW Dr. Michael L. Horwitz; nan ol the Committee of i-; and Louis V,. Cohen. Bernard Katz. Mrs. Sadie Trosky and Maurice L. Zaretsky, vice chair men. Mrs. Fannie Sklar is honorary dinner chairman. Assisting in preparations fur the dinner are Irving J. Egel, president of the Men's Club, and Mrs. Henrietta Fine, president of the Sisterhood. Dr. Horwitz named the fallowing to serve with him on ttoe Committee of Hosts: Joseph .1 Aden, Joseph Alberl si.. Solomon Alpert, Hi man R. VpplrImom, f-Hinuel Baki r, .1 •• •' !'•• nruls Marshall Berkson. Maui Ice lien In, i-;,il,..n Ulake, rii.nl.II Branson, Mfred tin i.. %  >. Isldol Brown, Yvonne Iturkhols, Joseph H. fahir, Murrln fhnrllp, Aaron W t'huloelt. lost i'ii Chulock, i-.'ius %  ]. i 'ohi n. !. -,.ii. n, An in •' I'm ln, Jai % i ',-,,II. i. I i. .1 .1 l'. n,-., i\. John l la r.ii.inl. Mac Dlckmaii. Marpnret <;. \ Hull, I'liUlp IMiBenhter, Ruth Krkateln, Nal Ehrenberr, Ales T. Kin. | Haul Bif, Hynian Klaenbaum, Aaron Kistnsti-in. Sol 1RUtlna, Isadore it. Bpateln, i lien I.. Fabric, Jean FWdman, i-ouis I Kelihnan. Henrietta Fine, Earn Kim| sold, Barney Finer, David K"rankl, IIVIIIK N. Kr.inK.i Alfred Kr.-.-inan. I U.i.n Oarfleld, Harriet Qeller, Bam Oerson Joseph J. Oersten, Henrj Ulb, son, Harry < llaaer. David Qlasi, Hairy E. (llaser, M'ch.I.I aiaaler, Harry 'hid, Louis J. Hold, Mae iioi.lli.iK. loul* 1 Golden, Aaron Uoldman, Arnold IGoldman, Prank Goldman, Rita Goldman, Lew Ooldniun, tleorae tlovdon, Boris H. f'rsber, N. iliiin I.. Greek, Adolph Oreeiibaum. Jack i li i-.nl. r:. Sum I. i In .-111 ielil. Abraham M. Uronsmaa, Isaac Haaen, l.ili.lsh Hacen, Slmnund J. Hahn, William .1tin ii". Mmiis Hlnden, Louis Hlrsh, Loul l .. Ilobennan, Harrj Holtaman, Seyimiur Horowlta, Milton Hurwlta. Hum Jacobs, I'htllp i ,,.i, u.i. > Jawlta, Joseph Kahn I3nrr> Kuplan. MorrU Kiss. i. Paul K.s-.r. Sam B. Max Kl. in, M"ii Is Klelnmnn, .in. k KUnaer, Max Klota, Abraliam TODAY GOLDEN YEARS of Motion Pictures JEANETTE MacDONALD NELSON EDDY Sigmund Romberg's Great Musical Romance LOVE l-A-U-G-H-S ATttWV£RSITY Of MiAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA mm SFVHZKY Director e-UNDAY. NOV. 10 M.B. AUD. 8:30 P M. MONDAY. NOV. 1 I DADE AUD. 'Sold Cut) RUDOLF FIRKUSNY PIANIST FRi. GEORGE \ Than ', R r ETHHVEN S I l,.ll I v v -'" 1 I DVORAK ..;-.' -i: :iini irchi SINGLL TlfVSrS: $TW **^JTielils ..i HI--S>. *!:.J* '"Sfi MM Mtt if.. It 1-MII; OaiJa Cawlt *. "I "'"' w eili"s • Mini, f.: ..Silt H'leiro MniMww il C-iil SlUn. SI 44Wl Hinnt,:, Mmii SH it attrlni Mi 1U 'SMMiH Cttten. MO (- 000 RAW EVERY NiGHT CanMaMM Swi"* cwiiy Oae" %  IAS ••"• GREEK ..... UM01N Wll jl 1!0I COLONY p h JE 13303 ssi M-Cet 5f f 3 EXCEPT SUNDAY FREE DISCOUNT COUPON isnt to oliier at the COIONV Theatre. ly at many Adult admission tickets at want and SAVI JJ< on IVIBY Adult Lincoln Rd. Mall at tenox Ave. Miami leach Theatre • AdditionoT FREE DISCOUNT COUPONS ovoiloble when you *iit tht COLONY or ony Florida Sror Theotre or from Radio Station WGBS NO MINORS Nightly Thru Jan. 1 CORAL TERRACE RESTAURANT WOLPERT FURNITURE CO.'S BIG SALE NOW TAKING PLACE AT 1200 CORAL WAY (S.W. 22nd ST. Corner S.W. 12th AVE.) A Store-Wide Close-Out of floor samples of living room sofas, sectionals and chairs; dinette and dining room suites; bedroom suites and odd bedroom pieces in French and Italian Provincial, traditional, contemporary. Also, thousands of lamps, tables, desks, mirrors, decorative accessories, recliners, Oriental Imports, convertibles, room dividers, wall decor, and a thousand other items all marked away down! SLEEP AWAY BACKACHE %  &L&, %  : .-..^ ON A NEW dSllJ Ml K, SUPPORTER, MATTRESS The world's most marvelous mattress $7950 |Twin or Full S'Z*. 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iday. November 8. 1963 tewisti ncridiair Page 15-H OLi tu ctries LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE k> Mltehe'l. v.. ,,r 1S1N x.-l : -ill. ""h vi ; s. i \ ice* ii> Brook L "STEIN. li'innnh, M, of S95n SW St., illi 'i N'ov. S. Services In ,.,.. ii I:iv. i-siil, \ mh, T". nf 57i3 Collins Ave i i: verslrtr NKL, J I', M i" Montreal, .%  • LLIPS, Mrs Molly, TV of 51 s\v Si -I lei s in New Y,n k i :..i h [irF, Hire, 71. "f 15600 NK ilih Mil S ..\ Service* In Pelii Riverside. sj i in in Kil ni' I MM i 'ollln* .1 Ni.\ 1. It I \ el .-. Ii ; ,iri \ "•. "i %  •" %  %  Sheridan Xi.\ :l Riverside. -. E.LS0N. Philip, 72, nf :•::, %  ..ini.i Ave., died Nov. I. I0NOS, MiRose, 86, ..f 8473 SW died Nov", I Sit \ i. ,s in Bin Hide, c, \ii r. ... ..;. ..I i".'.'i MerlilRive Hide. .VRTZ. .Mis Esther, 87, 1 1 I I. %  i.l ItlverHldl /,i,NSON. luroh, SO, ..I 642 Mich. died Nov. I. Rlvi Isld. IK. Mi I..--. '.:•. %  •! I '-i.N l*i nils) lHIllH leOT. LEGAL NOTICE Mnrtln, 86, ..i il il Nov. 1 WFINBFRGER. Dr 1120 Marseille Di Ulaahorg, GREENBEROER, Henry, 77, of S0S1 Collins Ave s. rvlciH in N. Vi.rk. IllVi ,-i II HOPPE. l-linil s. si. of n;-,., JnmeH Ave. Services In Westlleld, N.J. Riversldl i,MiTH. MiFannie, J", of urn Michigan \ve Riverside. LEAVITT. Chester, 58, of I'M NI: 11 -ill Tel iii .1 i let 28, Ben lei s in Kiiii.ll|,li. Mass Xewmail, MEDVINSKY. I,,,ms, 82. of 7.MH Bount) A\.... in,, I Nov. i. Riversldi FIFER, Luther Alexander, HI, 8895 R) run AM NI A man LEFSKY, Herman 82, of 860 N\V :J".II \Vf., died 11. t si. Riverside MINOLIN, Samuel, 61, "I 1226 Marnellle I n „ ill, ,i i let J| Klveralde, STfclR. .Mis I..-,-. ;,•.. ,„ |3§3 [Vnneyl' MIII.. i Ate nled i> i So. Blasts ro. KERN. Aim,ham. MI. ,,f s:.n XE I'Tth HI Riverside. LEViNE. Charles 0., 30, of :: %  • 1 NIC B2nd si i lurdon. VOSNOW, Aliiahain, SO, ,.i Mm Washngton ,\ve Service* in New i'ork. Riverside. POCKtK. Ji I.. 72, uf 1300 Buy ltd.! Service* in N u V. ,k Riverside. SOLKOFF. Mrs. Jennie, v. ,.f |3SS Mel idinn Ave, < lortlon, WEXLtR.'.l. :.,, ,,i 3S33 SW -.nil, T, i died Oct. 29. Riverside. LEGAL NOTICE TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE -i .UDCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ; fDADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 11585 : WENK. %  :. *s PETER WKXK. NOTICE OF SUIT HAXt.F.S PETER WKXK. notified thni a Complaint has bean fiicii s gainst •nil ar,. required tn serve u our answer or pleading to :., int for Divorce on the attorney, KKXXKT1I M. f Myers, lleimnn, Kaplan & 1130 .W 1st Street, Miami ..... ami file the original an. leading in the Office of the ,. Circuit Court on or be!lll (III) of !'• %  eeinher. I6: .. lo do so. "iil-ni.m l.v deii taken against you f"r the ..mil, (i iii the Complaint for Hhnll I"puMlahed once i..r i. inI'onaecutive ••(!.I:WISM Ki.i>i;ii>i.\x. XN'I" oltPKRED at Miami. '.;h day of Xovemlier. '-. I.KATHERMAN, ,. | r mi COUl'l | I.l i|'i:i.A\l'. i'. i. .: v i 'lei i. M\ I:I:S ll< in. n, Knpla ,s %  s I %  I.la II 8 -1S -! IFICATF OF ORATE DISSOLUTION • ME AND BY THE THORITY OF THE TATE OF FLORIDA >\ i.M THhVI: I": %  MI:. (IltKKTLVtisi IXt] XATIIANSH.V i.iiRli>A: MAI: ) I. ill.XMi i r. \('ii. ri.i >ltll'RTllN, M nRIHA: ,li.l on the l.th A i i. I'(..J. i.iil-c lo I-,i lie 111 \\ s of III,' III-MK I. r M II I". II I'liltl'.. a i ni |MM alloli. i'.il puice of ini*H lAI'K I'nlXTV, in % %  I I' ."i ni.i, and a hei can 11 Ion did mi the Win dn> \ I' in.::, cause to lfiled I • ni in, Kecretar) ol Htate i i'lorlda, tl>*. douument rit> reiiulred under Section lu Statutes, show big the ..I' HUCII corporation-I. ii.ii. the Becrotary of i |hei eh> certifl t,, the ton Hi.i lie isatisfied that i hi • •I ill,law have been i iih | I.\I:SS WIIKRKI >K. I have set my I.ITHI anil lax,|. the tireat Real of the Btate orlda, at Tullahassee. ill, dial, this the TWBNT1 I of OCTOBKIt, A.I'. TOM AI'AMS. Hecretary uf Btate II V M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Xorii'K is HKKMHY 'ilVKX thai the undarsigneid, dealring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SIXSIIIXK Ml'StO BRRVICR at I4S5 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CouutVi Florida SAM OOT.I1 n-'k/a SAM OOLDBTEIN II 8-15-St-SS IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 116587 l.'M'IS KliKNSTKN ami S'lllI.I.A D. I'KKXSTKIX. Ills K-lfw, Plaintiffs, RIKHOl' ti COMPAST, REALTORS, el III, Defendnnta NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ii •: snx.iA 7.SFV a/h a SoNJA SKSKIX •.Mil Morn ago Drive, X.K. Atlanta. Oeorgui VOl Am. lle.K.iiY NOTIFIBn that i complaint has been filed against you in the above Court lor the return of .% %  I..W depesha and you are repaired to serve a i.ipv of your answer or olendlng to the rnmolalnt on PlalntIffB" attornev, HENRT NORTON", I40S Btarayne Building, Miami. Klorida, nut file Hie original answer or pleading in the offlt f tiie Clerk of the Small Claims t'ourl on or before the 18th day ..i Ileceinber, 196S, nl 8:08 A.M. If you i il i" do so Judgment by default nill i taken against you for Ihi relief .1 -manded In Ih I plaint. I • \ TI: I • il.. iih .I .-. of November, : SM VI.I. I 'I..MMS c' (CRT Ii tl>K c >l"NTV, IL' IRIH \ I.v lli'l I I' M Mil i 'W i'. put) i".rk n --I". i \ II INOTICE UNDER TITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY OIVEN that Bailed, (lesiiiiiu to engage In laler the fictitloiiK name of JAill MEDICAL CENTER I" IVi-hlngtOn Avenue, Ml1*'U rldu iiiiends to r%gime with the Clerk of the In of Uade County. Kloi klu. lilXHTiiX MKDICAL ORATORIES, INC.. r HI Corporation |KAMIfi Medieal Center tton Avenue i. I i,.rl,ia ll/S-l.-,-22-L'!> 3TICE UNDER fOUS NAME LAW JB HEREBY (ilVKX that gled, desuttng to engage III er iii.. fletltiotiH name of £W KAST N ir RSI X• r\ RKB8FORIUHI, IXC. 1'rtda i ..i ].,,i.i t iHI fl' tve., Miami, riorida |IKS .v BITTER Applicant Sir.. i 11/8-1S-S2-29 NOT CE BY PllRI ICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C1I964 I 1.1)1 IN 171 i\VIN VAN MKTKR, I •; i 11: l. \ H, II iVCE itniA N I • VAN METER I i, I, Milan l SUIT FOR DIVORCE in MHB .IttVCK ItUIANH VAN METER H : I \-hu I I ii i>. Sni\ i na, l :."l flUI v.ni. JO YC i: B i: i A x n V \ x i MKTER, are herebj notified Hni a I I i:i of Compjalnl for IHvorce has been fi e,l ugalnal you. and yoti are rein.heil to serve a coat nf your Answer! ..• Pleading t" thi BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, WII.I.IAM j .1 M i I.l 'SKKV. I".7". Palm Avenue. II,I.all. I'lo, Ida, an-l file th>original | iiisu.r or I'li.nliiv In the office of the clerk of the Clrcull Court on or in fore the '.'ih da) ol Oecemner, I %  • %  ..:. ii M.u fail lo do so, judgment hy de fault will intaken against you for the ri l|ef demanded in the BIO of Cumplaint. This notice shall lie published one,' eaeli week for four consecutive weeks in Till-: JKWIKII l'l.l iKII'IAX. IKINK AX 11 ORPRREP Hi Miami. Kloiiiln. ihis ;.t,i .lav of November, A l>. IMS. K. B. I.I:A TIII:I:.MAX. Clerk, Clrcull Court, Uade County, Florida is, all By : K. M. I.VMAX I '....iitv i T. rk WII.I.IAM J. M CI.ISKKV 117} Palm Ave., HIaleahl Kla. rhone: 8S7-S2$a II/S-ISTSS-SI IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 579*6-A IX RE: Estate of KltANCIS S. HANKOPE, Deceaaad. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NtrriCK Is hereby given that I aave l lied a FMal Report and Petition for OtstrilHition anil Etnnl Discharge as l-.x.eutor of the estate of EltANCIB s. llAXKi'Ei", deceajied: and thai on the 17th day of Deoernber, 1!>6S, will apply to the Honorable County .luilaes of lnde County. Florida, for approval of said linal Report iul for distribution ami final discharge as Executor oi the isiat, of the above-named %  he. dent. This iih da.v ot November, %  ll \i:i:v HANKOFF ROBERT 11 TRAIRK1 Attornes \ I duPonl Building Miami :::'. FloriiLi II S-15-22-2S CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE. D'SSOIUT OM IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLOR'DA T M I. Tl i \\ l|( l.M TIIKSi: I'T'S I:\TS SIIAI.I. III.MI:. tIREKTINCS: Whereas, l:\vcs w HXXKOfE NURTH MIAMI BEACH, EI.ORIPA; H\RRY N HAN'KOTF, NtlRTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA: FRANCES s II MJi li X t) R '!' II MIAMI Ii: U 'II. IT. ( iltll i.\: did oM ill. :'nih da) of July, A ii IKS, ranse lo be Incorporated under the laws ol the i % %  %  •• '•' ri CM t P M I •'.' \ l-'T II lll.lSIIKIts nlMIAMI. ISC., a '" rulion, with iiprinelpnl place "' bnsln s HI M \ i i \ v i • \ i, K {' %  HOWARD Cl if.NTT, In the Slat,,.f rlnrida, and where-is such corporation •Mil on the |H| dai of November, A.P. I SI ; .!"-.• to I. filed in Hie .."!.. of Ih' |* retai) ol Btate ..f thi S'nte of I' lot i 'a. ii,,. do, I,,,, utnii niithoi It) !'• Hired under Section 808 27, P'orldn r tatuti -. showing the dlas dution of -'•••> %  '..ri-.' Xow. therefore, the Secretary of Btate does herein rertlfi to the 'foregoing and tliat hi isatisfied that the requirements < %  < the law have been died wrli. IX WITNESS WIIKlM-'ir. I have hereunto sel my hand and have affixed the dual Seal ol tin Suite of Fit rida. at Taliil'assee. the CnnltBl his Hi-I :i'si ,|„j ,,i NOVEMBER. A.P. IMS. tseal i •!'• i>i \ i (• 'i >• Becretai %  of Btate II v •',:! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CTRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C11885 BAMi IN I'ACIIKi • '. Plaintiff, vs. CARMEN .11 I.IA FEUCIAXO PAI IllOCO. I >, feiidani. TO: CARMEN .I1I.IA FBI.IC1ANO PACHECO R. F. I>..' Bacon 712 Ponce, Puerto Rico You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill of Complaint ior Divorce mi the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the tli day of IL IIIOIKI, A.II. 18(1; uilnsrwiHe, the Bill of complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st da) of November, IMS. K. B. I.KATHERMAN. Clurk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. • ; eal> By: X. A. IIBWETT, Deputy clerk Ml I,TON A. FRIEDMAN lilt Alttsley BulMing Miami :i'J. Florida II 1-lS-tS-tt IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60959C IN RE: Estate of .MARK I.ACHM AN I leceaied NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Y..11 ar. hereb) notified and required '" irestnl i it. a 'ini :nl demands which x-.ii inn) hai against the estate ol M \1'K I. IfHAKN I ase.l lale ol I 'ade I 0 11111 1 I" I.I the Count) Judges of Dado Count). and file ih. same in their i In the Count) Courthouse In I'ade Count). l-'i' Ida, w iilnn si* i ninths from the d He of tin publlcal hi : %  • of, oi thi HII ... in I., barred Rl >SK l.Ai 'UMAX Administratrix, f T \ Shapiro, Fried St W> II, Esqs. Attorneys 107 Lincoln Road Miami Beat h, Floi Ubt ii s-r.-j.'-."' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 10538 THE Wll.l.lAMsl'.IBCH SAVINliS HANK. Plaintiff, vs. THOMAS A I'VTKICK. el IIX el a!. lief, mlants. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti': Thomas A. Patrick and Norina 'i. Patrick, bis wife, Realdaaue l'uknovvn, last nmiliiig address c • %  C.eneial I'eliveiv. duel bid. W, -i VirKinia, anl if reiiiarried, thall tinknown spoiis-s. if living and if dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, Krantees. assignees, Honors, cr ed Htira, trustees or other claimants, claiming by. through, under or agninal any of the above nemed de/endgnts who are .lei". .IMed. You are hereby notified that the above oaptloned action hss bean instituted against you in the circuit Court of the II lit Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dado County to i,ieeinso a mo''t-age upon the following described real piopetty: I.ot IS, Block I S of tin iiiblgj Records of Dade Count)'. I-Torida, together w n ii Suburban • lag Wall T>l>e Oven Mod. I S4d#ii-ll": Kulmrhan t-Buoter (lag Suria.-o I'nlt Model Ttts.'.-^:'!: Hot point Refrigg rutor #7240J8: Veiietliin Blinds: Parade Water Heater Model S-J0-1 PX#tMlM>, You are reiuired to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Couct. and. serve a copy ttKir'-of upon, plaintiffs attorney MAUTIN FINE, ltiii i"i Dade Federal Building, Miami 32. Florida not later than November !S, Hiss, or a Decree Pro Confaseu will i„ iiiieied against you, DATED: October 22, 1989 B. B. L.EATHERMAN Clerk of the Clrcull Court i s.al) B) : X. V. HEWITT, Depat) Clerk MAUTIN FINE Vttomey for Plaintiff I lib Fl • iv.d. i". .I. ral BWg, 12, Florida io : IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60895 B IN RE: Estate of I;I:IMT:I HI: : BOTIIS I I:IN. 1 ieceasi d. NOTICE TO CRFO TORS •!'o All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: ,..,. are hereby notified and required i" present an) rlalms ami demsnds a*hlch you ma) have agalnsl the esia i iif.iiTiii I>i-_ i; io i'l 1 1STKIN d, eeas.-d late of Had.County, I "I id i. tu lb. County Judges of Dade Clunly, ami file I he same in duplicate ami as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in •In County Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the tune of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Hated at Miami. Florida, tins j..ih da) of 'i-iober. A I >. IS6S, JESSE N. GOLDSTEIN As l'.\. i lltol First publication ol this notice on the lsi day of November, 198:1. \i l-:i'.MA.\ S, WEPMA.N Attorneys for Estate l"7 Blscayne Building 11 I-S-IS-IS NOTICt UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBST HIVEN timt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious na of V.l.R CltlAR FAIR at ISO Lincoln Road. Miami Beach intends to register said na With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DEE KRAMER a k a I 'AVI DA KRAMER Sole i iwner flelgel, Albert, Weiss A Lyons Attorneys for Applicant 1162 VV. Flagler St., Miami a ll 1-8-15-2! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBRY GIVEN that ihe underahrned, desiring to enaage in business under the fictitious name of V.I.I'. TRAVEL FAIR at 160 Lincoln Road, Miami Beaeb int,-mis to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had.County, Florida. DEE KRAMF.B a k a DAVIDA KRAMER Sole Owner Relget, Albert, w.iss *• Lyons. Attorneys for Applicant 1162 W. Plagler Si., Miami 11/1-8-1S-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN thnt the iindefsiened. desiring to encage in business under the floUtloua name of SllKi:i:s ACTS, at 78U Bind St., Miami Rnanh F'a.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County. Florida. FRANK SIIKUKS SYLVIA SHORES Side l iwners r.M'l, K WITXirV. Ally Sllvel-teill. Kw-itliev and I lolldiss A ttoi liov for l iwners 1211 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fia. ll 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW KtiTK'K IS HEREH\ HIVEN that the undersigned, di business under the fictitious name of .HMMIKS B tRBI RSH" IP I 1243 W Flaglei Si Miami, P'orhls ini. n.is i. n-glstei -.-.1 name wiib the Clerk nl Ihe i Court of I 'ade I 'ount). Florida VINOE TORREI.L R M tYERB An rn. \ for Pll 11112 Con ess I Miami 32, I'm II I--!.-, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60946 IX RE: Estate of BARAM A I. I'M AN I '• eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors nod All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You ar,hereb) notified and required to present any claims and di mauds which yog may have atain-t the estate uf MARAsn Al.TMAN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County .liaises of Hade County, ami file the same In duplicate and as provided in Beotloa 7::::.H',. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Uade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of III.' first publication hereof, oithe suinc will be barred. Hated at Miami, Florida, this 1Mb day of • ii-tober. A.D. IMS. WILLIAM J. OOLDWORN As Kxeeutor First on'.heal em of Ibis notice on the 23th day of i Ictober, 1863. WII.I.IAM .1 OOLDWORN Attorney fi r Kxucutor 4D7 I.im ..In Ho.id tu •_•-. II l-S-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOVICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engAKe in business under the fictitious, name of I.IDO SPA at tu Belle Isle. Miami Beaeb. KloriiUi Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Htule County. Florida. VENETIAN SPA OPERATING COMPANY (a Florida corporation) By: Nathan B. Rood, President RICHARD BRICKMAN Attorney Myers, lli-ltugn. Kaplan &. Catsman I.l.v. n FtftT Bldg., 1150 S.W/ 1st St.. Miami Ii. Ma. ll/i-lS-32-SS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAM! LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned. deslriUK to engage in business under the fictitious name of STATE l .I'jcoRS at *w X.E. Second Aveiun. M In mi Shores Intends to register said name with the clerk of tin Clraull Court Of Hade County. Florida. (AS II. EWi HID INTERNATIONA!CORP By: Joseph f 1. Flantgan, Preeldeat HARRY ZnCERNICK tttorne) fot • 'w ner I'.'H Lincoln Road Miami Bench, Fioi Ids ii 8-15-22-2S %  ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^•Jenist fh-ridfiatn solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate yout patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial III 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY HIVEN that. the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious natae il CROWN RERTAt'RANT at 2716 West Flagbtf Street int.ndt,. register suld name with the Clark of thi 'I %  ill i OIII 1 of Uade CilUM) Floi |i BENJAMIN SKLOX JEROME i: OREENE Attorne) for Benjamin Sklon 2ii Security Trust Bids. Miami S2, Floi i'l.i 11 1-8-15-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 10650 DOLLAR BAVINOS BANK OF THE < ITY OF NEW YORK. Plaintiff, VS. OS9 *AR JARBOE, et u\. ,t al, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Osear Jaghoe and Emily .larboe, bis wife. Residence Unknown, and if l-einarrieil, their unknown spons* s, it liviim and if dead, the unknown hellS. devisees. Klant.eS, USslgnees, llenors, ereUitors. trusteen or i tber claimants claiming by, through, under oi against auy of tii above named defendants who ure deaensed. You are hereby notified thai the above captlCtiad action has been instituted against you in the Circuit Court of the nth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and lor Bade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: I.ot I. Block 43, SCOTT LAKE MANolt, SECTION SIX, according to the Mat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 85 at Page 11 of the Public Records ot l'ade Cunty, Florida, together with Venetian Blinds. You are reipiiivd to file your an%  ivi-t to plaintiffs • ..nipliiiiil with the clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a oopy thereof upon plaintiff* attorney MARTIN FIXE, lltb Floor. I iade Federal I al ilo inn. Miami :','-'. Florida not latex than Novemliei 23. !S,6S, or i Dearae ITo Confesso will I., i ot.r. ih day of th-t..ber. 196:!. ll \i;i:v BUKERrMCK Attornev for Mceeutrlg I2ti i.tiieoin i',i.. Miami Beach l/25. II l-S-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C ^0M9. M i :UCI:I >!•:*> del CARMEN FRK8NXDO, Plaintiff. vs. MANl'HXf A. FREs•^•l %  ;lK^ IVfeitdant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: Manuel A. Ere-neda Centre Oomereial Ven,-7.nela. Locul 21 Carrero 1 entre :'.U y Jl, Estado T^ra, 1 :ar.|ui-iuiet : .. Venezuela. TOP. MANUEL A. FRESXEDO. Iiresent residence Centni Conierelal Wtiezuela, Lncal, 21 Ca i r,-ra 111 entre JO y tl. lCstado Lara, Bar,|ulslni,tro. Vt-nestieln, are required Jto file your answer to the complaint for divorce, With the Clerk of the above Cnirt. and serve a copy thereof upon OINO p. N EH BE I'TI. Auonnev. sia-n Conr.iiss Bulklltig, ll NT. 2nd Avenuej Miami, lloilila. on or bet.. re the 1M It day of November, IS83., or else i..mp lain I will be taken as confessed. Dated this Hrlx.da) of (ictola-r, 1963. E. B. I.I:A TIII:R.\I \N Clerk "i i hi • "ii cull i "ourt Hade County Ft, rida (seal) lie p OOPBLANT) l •. put) Clerk in. is 25, u 1-8



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Friday, November 8, 1963 %  ^Jewish ftcridHann Page 5-A UTTER TO THE EDITOR Rabbi Takes Exception to Religious Unrest Reporting Jewish National Fund Me Ami Dinner Committee meets to formulate plans for a dinner Dec. 8 ct the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Sam Kaqan. Abraham Grunhut. William Bornstein, Zev W. Kogan. Leon I. Ell, president. Julius Rosenstein. and Ben Silver. Stcnding (left to right) are Herman Eisenbaum, Morris Minov. Mayshie Friedberg. Isidor Rifkin, Abraham Grossman. Ezra Finegold, Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Mrs. Abraham Mason. Harry Feldman, Harry Rosen, and Gershon Miller. Not shown are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Benjamin Appel, Johan L. Berman. Eva Blum. Rubin Bumstein, Mrs. Jacob Davis, Isaac Donen, Jacob C. Fishman, Abraham Fraidlin, Max Hecht, Peter Heller, Bernard Katz, Pauline Levick, Reubin Miller, Miriam Press, Sam Schachno, Irving Schatzman, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair. Meyer Siegel, Michael Sossin, Joshua Z. Stadlan, Fay Tupler, Dr. Baer Zuckerbraun. Vatican Hopes for Jewish Statement Continued *r om Peqe 1-A nil'. Msgr. Osterreicher said the statement should include: 1 A. declaration that the hi| tor> of th Church started with the patriarch and prophet and tha &f he Church is deeply rooted in *-e Old Testament which is a continuation of ancient Israel. The main distinction of the CKreh outlook is that it embra:t-$ all humanity, and it is • impossible" to forget the fact t'ra* it was Jewish expectations wh>ch Jesus came to fulfill. ahouki point out tliat it is unjust to char,: • one people with ;iu!i thai of all human;i ref< ret to the crucifixion %  %  { %  • %  must contribute to %  aral of injustices and ration done to the Jews in i 80 man) Christians participated through silence or inaction. This was neces ary to prevent sun Uar horrors in the future. Broadly. Osterreicher stated, the i hurch should condemn any mani.on ot hatred and any persecution agair.-t lews, though such condemnation might be expressed also in more general ways in other ] conclusions of the Vatican Council. The Vatican official said that i fears that Arabs might consider i such a statement as taking sides in i the Arab-Israel antagonisms were not justified, or at least were exaggerated, because the Council would not under any circum j stances touch the political field. In any case, he declared, "the real wisdom is now to .speak, whether j lit is opportune, or inopportune' 1 and in fact. the Council will speak.'' He stated that Protestants had made more progress m approaches to the Jews and to do likewise had become necessary io the Catholic Church from the.ecumenical point %  view. A rejuvenation of the Church, he added, requires a ; change in its attitude toward Jews ing the Church with the "people of those faithful loved by God, the God of their Fathers." Replying to reporters questions about the timing of the statement, j he said he could not answer but that when it was accomplished, he hoped that public opinion all over the world would greet it. Another t question was whether the topic of the relations bteween the Church and Jews would remain within the, province of the Secretariat for J Christian Unity or be turned over' to a future Secretariat for non1 Christian Religions. He said that Pope Paul wanted the present Secretarial to continue to handle the matter on grounds that the Jewish religion was a b'blical one and, therefore, did not bekag with other nort-Cbrist t!an religions. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I must take umbrage with your coverage of recent events in the State of Israel with regard to the e'emonstrations against the missionary activity in Israel, as well as the demonstrations in regard to the violation of the Sabbath in Jerusalem. I feel that for too long a period has the Orthodox Jew in the Unit-: ed States been on the defensive j in trying to dissassociate himself, j from the work of his brethren in i I Israel in their attempt to preserve | the Sabbath in the Holy Land, as i well as to prevent the conversion | of Jewish children in poor economic straits by so-called missions there. Though realizing the right of a newspaper to report news, I am sincerely perturbed by th manner in which demonstrations by the so-called Orthodox Jew is given front page coverage, while at the same time anti-religious demonstrations are placed in the back of your newspaper, or go completely unreported. The use of the word "zealot-. by an Anglo-Jewish newspaper as a phrase describing boys and girls and men and women who are trying to preserve their right to practice their religious beliefs in peace is jingo journalism of the worse sort. To characterize Jews as ultra-Orthodox because of their desire to keep the Sabbath in Israel inviolate is another attempt to alienate that vast body of Jews whose dream is the same ideal. I truly hope that your future coverage pertaining to these problems will be more democratically equalized. RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER Young Israel of Greater Miami I think that the public should; also be aware of the recent denv! onstrations by the League Against, Religious Coercion wherein demonstrators from this group enter edthe Meah Shearim section of, Jerusalem carrying sticks and truncheons in a flagrant attempt to incite the Sabbath observant resilient. I fail to find a clarification of your coverage of the socalled attack on the mission •chools when testimony at the trial of the demonstrators involved in that incident revealed that "Not one of the IS nuns and 25 pupils was disturbed, no damage of property was caused l>y the demonstrlaion." Death of Rabbi's Mother Cancels Open House An Open House reception by i Rabbi and Mrs. Max Lipschitz for members of Beth Torah Congrei gation scheduled for this Sunday was abruptly cancelled this week. Cancellation was announced by Beth Torah following the death Monday night of Mrs. Mollie Lipshitz, of 1026 Euclid Ave.. mother of Beth Torah's spiritual leader. Rabbi and Mrs. Lipschitz left for Detroit. Mich., where services and interment took place. They are sitting Shivah at the home of Mrs. Helen Radui, 10919 Strathmore, Detroit. In addition to Rabbi Lipschitz, locally she leaves her husband, Meleeh Lipshitz. and a daughter. Mrs. Norma Rabinowitz. also of Miami Beach. The Vatican official pointed out that two Council Fathers — Msgr. Seper of Yugoslav^ and Bishop Zeneodevrod of Holland —had asked the Council to vote on the subject of Catholic-Jewish relations. The latter, in his appeal, had recalled the time linkNew York Police Arrest Jews for Swastika Smears NEW YORK -< JTA)— Five Jews were arrested early Monday mornIng by police who charged that they caught the persons painting swastikas on the front of the Israeb* Consulate General Bldg., at 11 E. 70th St. The building also houses the Israel mission to the the U inted Nations. Three of the five were named by police as Miklos Weinstock, 22; David Palkowitz. 17; and Shalom Crohman. 17. The names of the two others were withheld, in accordance with police regulations. because they are juveniles under '<>. All five gave their addresses as being in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, an area inhabited by many ultra-zealous religious Jews. All were arraigned before magistrates on charges of malicious mischief, and paroled lor further hearings Nov. 15. According t-> the police, two patrolmen in a police car caught the five painting the swastikas. I Kiel and a spray gun. The five curie leaflets denoun'iii. the Isra"l Government as "a lati ;ing thai Israeli in conducted a : om" %  religious eleol %  i motor traffic "i Jerusali • sheath Th %  protest demon "i to i in front of the .i offii Similar leaflets were passed out along East Broadway Sunday by Jewish youths wearing earloeks and costumed in the traditional garb of the ultra-religious. Several bearded men, according to eyewitnesses, were seated in an automobile nearby, directing the youths. ,„l.si„l,lll-K: UN stl I1MLSFMI11 CALVERT OUT. CO, IAMVILU.Ki Dade Hgts. Now B'nai Raphael Officers and Board of Directors of Congregation B'nai Raphael, formerly Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, announce that the congregation has been renamed in memory of Philip Shapiro, a devoted benefactor and member. Plans are now being made for the erection of a sanctuary and social hall on the grounds at 1401 NW 183rd St. The present building will be converted into classrooms to meet I the needs of the growing Religious Schools, nursery and kindergar ten. day camp, and youth groups. INF Film Scheduled A program and film on the Jewish National Fund will be presented at the eBth Torah Men's club monthlj breakfast meeting on Sunday. Soft Whiskey fools you. It swallows easy So easy you forget that it's 86 proof.



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?:ge S-C r-aa* 4-I • Mm i<* fVrHf^gFniar. lfea-rrber %  %  %  r "ijewlsh FloridiAn .^ ;> ,T r gy*g >'-~ -*-^i.'-v';-*'r —. —. % %  daring tbf week ... as i sec ii •* %  % %  1 %  1 r ".: -in*• Ifig Mill V%  £if.si %  %  1iiiilil i *rte an -o ^__ lr LEO MINDLIN M "i : .-."iw ST Soiffar.'.F. %  -_ — 7-* • %  ..-Tig 4: Being Against' k Hot Enough rbe J JWEC= "e-a-ac i --—:-ir .as Ajrae Ir=c ^r* a _a=_e c zrr* _= %  JtBl •.r. _i-~.:r_s -,-<"** %  ~zt& -ems ar 'xe — CUVT^-I r"g **• 3"..; naze *c KJTOMST —r.>_r a _ae a WSTJC "/'_r Z. Tba a ZJZsrL-r :ae 3*_e — 3 Veicci w=i r_a-ae 3f_e az e ere a rbe ?_x. %  trrxa-rrar Tie a*_e 3 %  ** ** ~ -* =* re-pe-raec r tr-. <—rr cc '.ae pert 3 Sr=d71 Lecv-ers r_e Abase Irupp 3 g rar y g. — TG be__. rerr-'arrcsVT -o raaaspt reTact o_r jcr ea^ g: ii^a -3 %  bead si earaaragr-aq 2r=pp *= =og j a=rr_rpec'isT^e =t>e rzov be a — rrus ascrr a bus Scraet Tfcec — w %  rraee'-Yvc a raspier-bie. Abac .-t_aa r-—^ 3: but r^rrr-r-^r:-jt rj j e aA a r. _" once wiet we ret Jeai X a: s=__e a: wryr w* —•? rirm -•-: zx ~ *er_se ct wic -e si M : to t£ek that a. i Teeaaee < ae-*T worked -_ Via*, capper-catered tr^ raw %  an 3aa •* r knees: aad a tabk strand af pearls. : *_e peart* • fceiiee; to %  O steal I aair aa iwtf> •• my wrmd = r. r.c i a ~ • '** ta"7 %  • cc* L.X.a tar iMac 9J i-aar aS w WsaaafMa aad the faewry befarc caaa. Bat :-.;*r :J : i -"•" %  : •-"* i -""-^ it"'' ~^ hHH 5 -. ii>tii~ r fKafta. a -.iaiairt rf ^OK W H oa n ti* 5*6c a* x960 te UL14 artaaac *ad eaakaaf af fiam. HBekes :akas aac peshe ^aahl *Kad to ST back. Perhaps i safeafcl J* riaaa ao thsef eaa e*er eafl away to depr -^3 atruui* • %  <0 surmrr unniK mriwtaa aw i KS. krdraaeeas. aaOasBa. taftpa -.-_ -, ; j : ; -, -.,. i Jbtrif feaal ~-t •"--.-. me ia aaa? layers ii ~— *n I eooU see say fj-:•;• • .:' < ._. %  __..,.,..... : -. • • -• ': w** t • I she aaahl deseesa :'r**| ••-?ht saa. a eoad cascade *fa!L_g r ; %  : %  : -r --. rs; a: --r feet If I ha aa> the r? her aim<4 t/;':-; "•: ~ %  perspcrataaa af pasa. ta:erer naaii i iliiBst f %  %  i-z-~i — rooted a her. As a; ..it: •-• -i:; -.; %  staaal -y =x>: i. ic h -. ~•%  = "-----•"--* :a;t a : '•• v : ..-n .: .. J (afienas. ThH aa >eaaa M rharas j aesthete irtribeeace: I had saac sascr —= a: a* £T*. whacc I ze^c "--7 -^c — --.--.she aisaTs hooed : hi • Kacha Dasai ^c^hartae-iet ahtauaacaaa ta>:.: V: = 2^r i -_ajr-*-< ^ ^ese thsej.* were sett-taaght h. 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Friday. November 8, 1963 *. fenis/h Hr^rnrHHriiin Pacje 31 ^HEB4PR^^ | V ''S'Wl *^h 1 : *m ml* t '? %  V -USL M. MOW SM/TH Ner Teamed Rocsn Mothers "Room M • A i %  nev % % %  ized | roi p in the i xp indi ig pr ignw of Temple gious School, will as-i-l projects, and act ; %  liaison between the student's parents and synagogue personnel. First project, a 'Buzz Session," was instituted on Monday morning when parents met with the principal. Meyer Samberg. and faculty members. Committee members serving as Room Mothers are Mrs. Ralph Mervis an.1 Mr-. Samuel Pearlman, Chairman; Mesdames Charles Carson. Michael Horwltz Joseph Ades, Mel Xcwstadt. \V liter Nemoroff. Yvonne Burkholz. Louis Cohen. Leonard Moriber. Alfred Freeman. Herman Kutun. Arnold Goldman and Jean Feldman. Merkos W??l Hcnor Kramers AW. AND MRS. KJMMER Zabbi m Review Mrs, Milton Smith Gets Top Cancer Unit Citation as 'Woman of Valor for 1963' Mrs. Milton Smith was named "Woman oi Valor for 1963'" at the Mth annual benefit luncheon of the Shore Unit, Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami, held Wednesday at the E en Roc Hotel. rntation was made by Mrs Irving Firtel, president, who also as "Women of Merit" Mrs. Jennie Miller, Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. Mrs. .lean Bcrkman. Mrs. Moe Bh.it/ and Mrs. Philip Schlissel. \ barter member of Shore Mrs. Smith is a past presit the group, which she has in many other capacities. and ia hoard member of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research te at Miami. She is also presi lent oi Temple Kmanu -1.-ill icul. as ticket chairman. Mrs. sold the 1.truest bloc of to the Wednesday lunchI hairman of the day was MrHerman Stein, with Mrs Blum in charge of the proertainment featured the Hurricanes, one of the outstanding college groups in .a. who presented a preof the show they will offer at the Radio City Music Hall Disc Jockey Scheduled Teen-agers are invited to a Record Hop directed by Bill Holley. t Temple Beth, Sholem, Hollywood, by the Sister-. hood On Wednesday in observance of Jewish Book Month. Spiritual i lader of Beth Sholem. Rabbi Morion Malavsky, reviewed "So Strange My Path," by Abraham I. C'armel. i. I bi Abral i i ir of the arm of the Lohavitcher m \ i %  '. nrnouneed tM! weCTTth.: the organization's annual bouquet will take place on Jan. 12 at th.I-'.'iitainebleau Hotel. The event will honor Mr. and Mrs Isidor H. Kramer on their 50th wedding anniversary. The Kramers were married in New York in 1913 and have a son. Dr. Milton Kramer, and a grandson, David. Prior to coming to Miami Beach, the Kramers lived in Brooklyn and Mortticello, N.Y. In 1933, they began spending their winters here, and for the past ten years have been permanent resider.ts, living at 1044 Michigan Ave. Kramer is a retired clothing | manufacturer, and together with; his wife Sadye. is now actively en-' gaged in Jewish religious and communal work. Kramer is pre ; idert of Beth Tfilah Congregation. He is a director of the Hebrew Academy, nists. : ramer ii a mem Beth Tin. %  Sisti t is id, Ml Women, Hi Mesiytaj Greater MiJffii, and the .! %  Home lor til > Ayr!. '1 :.' J longtime supporters oi the M< ik '3 and the Lubavitcher movement. Kosher Zion Has Cold Cut Variety By Special Report CHICAGO — The Kosher Zlon Sausage Company, manufacturer of quality corned beef, pastraiv frankfurters and other strictly kosher delicatessen product v again offering a variety in I cuts for holiday season parti : and snacks. This is in anticipation of the coming Chanuka celebration, thi Festival of the Lights. Kosher Zion officials have noted that the firm's prepack lg< meats are available at superma %  kets everywhere. Local delicatessens can also make arrangerr.en'I for a lazy susan party tray of Kosher Zion products. CONTAINS ALMOST ONE CUP OF LIQUID CORN OIL CERTIFIED KOSHER Lowest in Saturated Fat of the nation's leading margarines Fleischmann's is ideal for low saturated fat diets many doctors recommend. Of the nation's leading margarines, Fleischmann's is lowest in saturated fat because it's made from 100% corn oil. Scientific research indicates liquid corn oil such as used in Fleischmann's helps reduce the saturated fat content of the diet. Fleischmann's also comes Unsalted. It's ideal for lowsodium diets and for those who prefer a sweet spread. Fleischmann's | AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING CORN OIL MARGARINES



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pnrto ^A-E :.l m !-*.;,$ %  fir r irtfrW ---.—.'."American Jewish Congress to Hear Hoted Chnl Rights Attorney Leo Pfefl Rabbi BaumaerS Tekes Top Post] flu a'j =* %  ** '*** -, i J. -~" %  I--.-: • ..-• %  % %  -" asorae? jres^-*ae U • *r> at oerraeo ca^raxja. ** rBe *i^" Km rupx efca*" : e = —Tk.i Ito %  ^*i v ^ 1 i• r -•. i : • 1 • CtfCK I %  *4 '~a* r Jo*s-T o i t C'nes hi ^M JO Wg = en _-. • af rKi ton Morocco Lets Up on Jews :-.-• --.• %  : P.?e A z**r t'C—1* ": s*" : -"-' %  ,_< %  -*-4 : C; %  ': -., -• -*_-S~' • :, ; ;---.-; •*•*""%  %  "-""" a mewtbrr of ** Meeoeeao .-•-. i :'--"" palaee M GOB : m --'.."I eoctac*. will :-•%  ; z_--+-\ : "-.-%  M0; repenei tic -^eor *Ut the otter ct*ct li r* --if.-.* ...;he li fe %  Presidents' Hall Set for Cedars %  %  % %  ----..--%  Ir tt %  Cnig • %  pe*r*s of iUnkii 1. Morton BaJpm ***** %  : en. SYCX! TELEPHONE ANSWERED IS Y^ fB Mnin i* E-T: -i V ka> t tbuli %  N-. i'tmii. amj La* Aitjrai Gradute Sckooi Mi Ar*aa-*yit; ?.lira* %  wee* hum t%* Psyclw.'efisJ To/k BoteoUr ateetnc; or ? Chapter City of Ho;*.^B eW war Thmda? N it tW Ftm Fe>*pri. d SU Av* G fll be PfTCfcotocMt I /" Sinct 1924 B.F.Goodrich NORTON TIRE CO. u2 Store: 5300 N.W. 27rh Ave., Mionii Ope. 24 Hows i AB Day Sday Outstanding low prices on this quality tire! CLEARANCE SALE! Save on all these white wall tube less sizes! CeiMMct-Car Sues ?::• :3 §.: iM-tOOi ". *Z 65C < :3 5 V. v.. : 5 € ;<: t >: > .5 %  Y;J S2.e M wtry s :* Long M ter *:e*a as *e dew Bwoi outl %  5: **JI :-.:--.-e::-£T S-per-S^n, f;er r a *2'. %  A -.. :;:-s:--:::':'*'^ st;-g:i ^GUARANTEE I : ;-. ; z.::&f :r ~ s r:: tum rm. MOOSE eot* =r :oc aumila .--._-.-; ; %  —; ;-.--; ; '-• l §: :;• :-^ -5 "tK :?:-•! %  -• F-==s = •-::•= -t :.. -i = :? !':": Rejutar-Car Sizes e *-:. :s e~. i :: ] '.: %  :* fS^jC t •-*t^^> WH 1"? i B := '!-!) 1 rta i ,, i u 'i r. H *• *ri iti rw £ I I I I I I I I I I I WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD ON QUALITY TIRES B PGoodrich Q p nces Start 0 ot only 1 I f



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November 8, 1963 nVaa-sVA aHL, -*^*-x ^ LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A NOTICE UNDER .T.TIOUS NAME LAW i ,; is HEREBY GIVEN that .|gned, desiring 1" wiiwscIn mder the fictitious name of HANI vN BAR Bl 1880 Coral Florida Intends to r.*a., name ith Ihe Clerk of the i ot I'.i-i"' County, i-'iniii H IVHHON Sole >a ner .v i; \i:s ,,. r Applicant ,1 Sir.-. 1 10 lv--.'.'.. 11 '1-S I NOTICE UNDER TiTIOUS NAME LAW '; is HEREBY GIVEN thai duned, desiring i" engage iii mdcr rlie flctltloua name ol IIAI1 .ii 888 N. Royal Polnlevard, .Miami Springs, Florin register SHUI name with ,1 (IIP i' n nil i 'mill of Hail. %  r i.I:. LLIH II STRAW8ER Si.l < iwner • ,v HARM Ippllcanl -I Stl'ccl l'i 18-15. II l-< |H£ COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .\D FOR OADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE No. 60492-A i .; SCitKBIBER il NOTICE OF PROBATE TATF OF n <-:RBONS INTERESTED IN 1ST \ I I-. 'i .--.... hereb) notified that a writ• ill purporting U) be Ill** testament >.f aald d< m %  n admitted to probate In v.iu re haraby oammand* \ nlendu r month** i .*i %  the firs! publication of •II appear in anld Courl .iiiM-. If any you .-an. why -i said Court in admtttuas probute should not .-laud %  '. P i:l. ANTON '' ity Judge %  is i'. PASTORFI EI.P. Clerk •u of T !>*-' notice ori ..| i ii*iilu-r. MS, i i >T i's. Attorne) Trust Bldg. %  1 i %  |.i if -::.. u 1-K COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT '.D FOR OADE COUNTY, |r_ORlDA IN PROBATE No. 22189-B ., >.• ..IIS ,.„-.,,| IE OF INTENTION TO MAKE UCATION FOR DISTRIBUTION **-D FINAL DISCHARGE hereby liivcn ihat •• ir Final Report and I'.-iiII an.I FinalPislor ..f III.* BStnll of .-••I and thai on Vov* lulu i. in,.: u ,n : 1'iiunt) Judges >i approval • and fo din i:-,. rutor ned .I. da> ,,i i., toll, i n< iNAL DANK MIX.Ml II i hompaon • HI ,.n.i i .. i i i ... •*-:'" %  II I v |OLNTv JUDGE'S COURT FOR DADE COUNTY, 'IDA IN PROBATE No 60998-B menu BY HENRY LEONARD BETHELSHUL DAILY 70a yA SARBATH r-M EVE O flM. MORNING.. 9 M A.M, •PRESIDENT' %  s?? "And he accepted the office with such humility!" C-J-K. IS*), Dm-MW P-MUII-SII LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61114-C IN RE: Batata of K1RVIN K. BHAFTON 1 % ,-.'... HI 'I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors .ml AH Person-Having Clalmi or Demands Against said Batata: v..11 are hereby notified and rs* 11111-. .I I., preasnl an) claliav and denuin.is which you ma) have ajfainsl %  he eatuta of KIRVIN K. SHAFTuN decenaeii li. of Bade County, r.orUta, i" Hie Count; Judaea of Dads County, and file tli same In duplicate ami a.-* provided ii. Bsction 7.'>::.li.. Kl..ii.ln Statutes, in their ofOcee in the County Cotarihoumi in Bade Oonn1} Florida, within six calendar inontha from the tin 1 the first publication hereof, "i the Home wilt be ii:nr-.i. Hated at Miami, Florida. tl.i -2nd dny of IK*lota r, A 1> I98S. ELAINE II HHAFTON As Ex.-cui 1 ix Flrsl publh-ail.. 11 nl iiiis notli • on : hi J -ill da) ..I 1 ......! %  • 1 IMS l,i:. >N KAPLAN ..I Myers. Helman, Kaplan .x Cut small lie) foi Executrix IS.U I -in ,-i in 25, 11 1 -•*-:"• LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY tllVEN that .In iin.leisiaii.il. desiring t.. engage in business under the flctltloua name .if KSI'I BROKERAGE CO. at 108 N.W. lOSrd Mri'i'i. Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the < 'l.-rk of the Circuit Court of iini.County, ll.ili.la. IRVING TtHlRIS < m. Hall Interest BSPEHANZA TORRIS One-Half Interest AARON M. BANNER Hi Seourity Trust lll.ln. .Miami ::.'. Ili.iida lit •_'•.. p 1-8-18 \ Huv.-ai.l Bl' CHARIJ i.NAItll C : %  KI:SSI.I:U K i :.-.-!. 1.1; .tie on tE TO CRFDITORS md All Persona Hav'•emanda Aaumsl t-uiid '•'•'•> notified an.l re-••it an) clalmi or de)ou ma) have aaalnal I KtiXARU CHARLES i *.il lat.* of Deale l ,:i lo Ihe i '..inn > .IIIIIB.S Ity, mid file the -ani. in ..provided in Section Slattilra, in their ,,f1 • int) I'.illl thiHl.-e ill II. ridn. within si\ al"•iii the I iin.* ..I Hi. hereof, or Ihe -am. %  ami, Florida, thii llth VI' i:'>;:: MB KEBSI.ER B* ,ntii\ lion ..r uila -ft..her. ilOi.I i-y.i.v iiirK Miami :;2. Ha. i" I "-::.. II 1-8 JY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE l t 04/-C C"IIKNfO CREDITORS "nl All I'ersons || ;( v%  entanda Aainat said "tlfied and rel> any elaiins or de%  *- m ft-\' *ve aanioal FNKjNH K. COIIKN I'ade t:ounty, Klor%  > Jlldlies ,,f Haile the same In dupll;.l in Semi.,,, J3J.I-J, In their ,,ff|,*,' S j„ %  •us.* ill Pail, I'MIIIIsi'* calandar monthn |h ffrtst publication N THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE RE: Bstute ..f No. CI005-A Ri 'Si-: I1IAI.I.I also know n as I:I 'Si*: i il.SI i iK, I %  as.-l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 'i. %  .(.(..!.and til H I •' inandr Agalnal \ ,.,i ., i. ii\ notified ami re• I ni'i to present an) claims and demand* which you ma> have aaalnal Hi.estate of RDBH BIALIX), also knoun as ROBE HI.8HAK deceased la i. ..• K Inas 'ouni). x -> %  ^ ia K, tu the Count) .i:i.I-.."i i'ade County, an. I file Hi.Hum*, iii duplicate anil as provided In Section 718.18, Florida Statutes, In Hi. 'i offices in the Countl Courthouse In Pui.* County, Florida, within >i** ..l.n.iar months from ih. time MI ihe nisi niiiilieatii.ii hereof. . 198.1 SVI.VIA BBRCI'N As Anolllary Admlnistratrls Flrat pnl.lirallMii ..i ihis not I II Ihe 1Mb da) of October, 1988. FREDERICK ZHH IKK Attorney for B^'lvla Beroun, Ai.elllar> Admilli-llall i.\ 42U Ian. "in Road m 18-25, 11 1-S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 11395 MAIIV .IKAMNK I'KAVV, Plaintiff \s. HUGH I'KAVV. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VOI". Ilt'iill I'KAVV. It. .-i.I. II. e rrikiiMWii. are notified I" serve a copy "i your nnawer lo Divorce Complaint filed against you on Plaintiffs attorney, tlKOKGK NICHOLAS, 612 N.W, mil A vs., Miami Fin., and file orla"! tliiCourt ..II "i 1988, ol %  ompl %  nl will ii ..iii, sued b) ) uu. DATBI' '. loin r :".', I9< i: II I.KATHERMAN Cli rh of ill.i 'In nil i 'MIII-I II) K M I.Y.U \N Deputy l I' ik I" 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.ri.l-: IKBREBY GIVEN I list I : h. mill, i sign* business undei the fictitious name "i KKSOBT FASHIONS COMPANY at 190 \:\V I'll.I An Miami Intendu I" lealster snld name wiih (he Clerk of • he i i cuil Court of Pad.Com ly, Klorlda I1ENJ VMIN RERC.RJN S..I.i iwner n i-R.ir.-22 d. li,i Ii will I Florida, I.I'. IMS. COHEN ; vi'i.A.v iei iiiiu s • *f this Boiler, 1961 Wan -k Cattman unan '.-111.11 s II 1". le-18, 11 1 I bam this notlr %  Ml IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 10944 THE wn.i.i \.\isi:ri:.;ii HAVINGS HANK. I'lalntltl. DOMENICO NICAsTIIo. a slnalo man. I lef. n.l int NOTICE OF SUIT TO: pMtneiii.o N'Ua.-ti.i. a single man 1"6 I'ow i-r Road PawtUcket, Rhode Island You are hw.-by notified that the above captloned aetion has been instituted aauinst you In the fir. nit Court of tin. ICleVenth Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dade Count> to li.ieeli..-.. a mortgage upon the following described real property: Ixit 26, Clock r.4 COItAI< I'ARX ESTATES, SECTION R acconling to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 6S at I'nga M of the Public Reoorda of Dade I'ounty, Florida. YOII nr,* re<|iilred to flU* your an-wer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of tin .iior.said Court, and s.ive a COpy th.ie.if UI'MII plaintiffs a I ionic MARTIN FINH, 14th Hoor. I'ade I'.-.l.-r.il linildlng. Miami t Eloridn. not later than Novembi-r IS. I98S, or n Decree l'i.. Contaaaa will be entered afralnal >..u. DATED: October I". 1988. K. II. I.KATHERMAN Clark of Ihe Ciroull Court I seal) B) : K. M l/V.MAX i i.-i'iiii iii rk MARTIN FINE Attorne) rot Plaintiff i nli Floor I I i Bldg. .Miami 8, Florida In IN-. 1 :., II 1-8 i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE No. 60123-A IN RE: Esta f SOPHIA Ki 'SIIEI.EWK V. Deceaee-ii. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and All PcMoas llavIIIK claims MI Demandu Against said Estate: Y.Hi are hereby notified ami required to present any claims ami demands which you may have agnlnsl Ihe .slat,..I SOPHIA Kl'SIIHI.KVSKY deaaaaad late of Pade i'..uniy, Florida t.t the County Judges of P.'ide CoaUlty. and file the same in duplicate and as provided ill Section 788.18, FlOTlda Statutes, in their oftloai III the County C.iiirih.'iise in DtadS I'MIIIIty, Florida, within six calendar months Irom the time of the first publication h.-ie.ii'. or ihe same will he barred!. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th day Of October. A.D. 198.1. IIARI.EY i: KCS1IEI, As Executor First publication of thin notice on the 18th day of Ocl.ili. r. 196:1. HENRY NORTON Attorney for Executor 1406 Blsoayne p.hig. Miami U, Ha. l O/IS-25 U/l-8 CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.rVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaaa in business under tho fictitious names of The Wedding BhOppe; The llrldal Puth: Welcome itride at :ii4 Coral Way, Mian.i intends to register --.nil mini.* with tinClerk of the Chcult Court of Pade County, Honda. MARIAN KRKEFIEI.P Sole Owner 10/18-2.".. II 1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that tin* undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SCUBAVIT8' HEADTU PRODCCT8 at 9884 Bird Road intends to register sai.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl ..I Pad.Countv. Florida. Kit MARVIN M SILA'ERBERU Sole Owner I'.\l I. KWITNEY Bllvi-r-t.-in. Ewltne) A Qoudisa Attorney for tppllcant !-'' lam olii Road m 28. 11/1-8-15 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60970-A IN RE: Estate of SAM H.ESS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: N '.HI are hereby notified and required to pies, in any claims and demands which you may have against i -iat.of SAM El. ESS deces lat. of I'ade Comity, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade Count-y, and file the same in duplicate ami as pro\ hied iii Section 783.16, Florida Statin.-.-. In their offices In tlu* County Courthouse in Pad.County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1Mb day ot October, A.D. 1963. BARRY Zl'KBRNICK As Esacutor First publication of this notl i on Hi.* 85th day of Ooinber, 1983, HARRY BBKERNICK Attorney for Bzeoutor IL't" I. inc.. In R.I., Miami Reach 10/25. II '1-8-13 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 60897-A IN RE Estate of TIIEI.MA POROEfi Pee, as,-,I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons Having Clalma or Demand! Against .-aid Estate: You are hereby notified and reouired to present any claims and demands which you may nave against the .state of THEI.MA POROES deconsasl late of Pa.le County. Florida, to Ihe County Judges of Dade County, and file the i-ame ill duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16. Florida statutes, in tli.ir offices in the County Courthouse in Pade County. Floriiia. within six* calendar months rrom the lime oi Hitfirst publication hereof, ..r the .-am.will be barred Dated lit Miami. Florida, this 17th ria| of i ..toiler. A.D. 196*. GEORGE CHBREN As Administrator, CT \ First piihlication of this notice "ii ilnL'.'.th N, p.. eas. • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i 'redltors and All Pi i suns n vCln mis MI I i.in.mils Agn in.-' Said E Yuu are hereb) notified and required in pi. i enl an) claims and de mainls union > i'•! mas hai*e a tin %  tills ol .11 VRI.ES I i|.\i i\, deleased late "t Ihide County, Florida, to ilo"' ly Judges "i I mde i 'o inly, and tile the same In duplicate an.l as provided In Section 738.16, Floilda Statutes, in their offices In Ihe County Courthouse in Pad. County, Florida, within six calendar mouths from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same ill be barred Paled at Miami, Florida, this llth da) of ( i.tol.er. A.D. 1983, rllARI.ES A. DIXON As Executor First publication of this notice on the --">tii dai..f October, 1983, ROBERT (8COTT KACFMAN \iioi ne> for Executor Tel. 379-2788 :ilti Ainsley I'.lda., .Miami. Ha. H'/LTi. II I-8-1R IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61150-B IN RE: Bstote ol l.i H'lS KANE, P. ..-ase.t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or P-man-is Against third Estate: You are hereby notified and n quired t.. iresent an) clalma and demands which you ma> have asa-lnsl the estate of LOCH* KANE deceased I..I. oi Pail.County, H.niila, to the Count) Judges ol Pad,Count.*., and HI. the same In duplicate ami as provided in Section 738.18, Florida Btttlutea, in their offices In the Count) i'..in ih..us.iii Dade County, Florida, Within six caleielnr months from the 'in ill. iii si publication Ii i. or the same will be haired. Paled af .Miami. Florida, iliis 25th day of i Ictober, A I'. 1963. MARK i.N S. KANE As Executrix First piihlication of this notlci on ih. I-I dai oi November, 1983. SEYMl il"R .1. 81 Ml IN -Miornei lor Executrix 801 Alasle) BuHdlag II 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBT GIVEN that the undersigned, uesiring lo engugi iu business under Ihe fictitious name ol LEGION HEALTH .xWEDFARE AGENCY at SOU Coral Way, Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida. S VMWAI. INBVRANCK I'NDERWRITRRS Ni ROBERT H. TRAURIG Attorney for Applicant 1135 duPont Building Miami 82, Florida in 25. II 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HHREBY GIVEN Ihat the undersigned, dealring to enga-ge In liuaineaa under the flotltlous name of CAPCO PRiiPl'i'TS at 1930 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida intends to r.Klst.r said Dame with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dads County. Florida t'AI'Cu MANCFACTCR1NG CORP., a Florida corn-oration Bhevin, Ooodmaa .<.Holtiman Attorneys for Gapco Manilla. I uilmr Corp. By: BYIlVAN N. HOLTZM AX I" 2.1 I' l--1 -, CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9952 .1 AMI-:.*SNOW. Plaintiff, Vs. I M iRi 'Til V SNOW, I '.-I'eiidaiit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yin*. DOROTHY SNOW, Rome 2, Farmlnglon, Georgia, are notified to serve a copy >f your answer to Divorce Complaint filed against von nn I I;, int if I> attorney, fiEORGB NICH' n ts; 'ii-' X IV 12th Ave I an.l file orlaln il iili Ch k of Ila ii hefor. \... .-omplalnl ill Ii ll.ls I '..III on !'":::. nthi ru Is :• used b) I'ATEP i.I.. 2 Ird I: IV I.I-: VTHERM \\ ii i I, ..l Ihe I B) \ \ HBWETT I put del'. 10 25, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih.* unil. reigned, desiring to esgjsgsi m business under the fictitious nan:.* of Hi i.N'.; Ki'.Ni: lAll.i'liS at 111 E. Mauler St., 16 Lorraine Arcade, Miami. Fla.. iiiiends iii rstglster aaJd name aith the Clerk of thi Circuit t 'urn I "I I 'ail. i 'o'llll \ Phil id.I. DON IVERBON in. 18-25, 11. l-s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 10589 THE WII.I.IAMSItlRllll SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff. vs. HOMER MARSH \l. JOHNSON, et ux. Defendant AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Homer Marshal Johnson and Frances L. Johnson, his wife, 47 Bchuberi Avenue i ;l.-n.i ile Heights, Illinois You are hereby uoiifeJI that Ihe g-haars sapllonsd action has been instituted ngninsl you in the Cli.-uit Court ol the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dude County to foreclose a mortVaue upon the following described, real projiert)*: Lot 1-'. Block :: MYRTLE GROVE SC1IUIVISION, according to the I'lat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 53 at llige 90 of the Public Records of liade Count)', Florida, together with llntpoiut Disposal; Hot point Refrigerator; Hotnoint Oven & Raiixe: Alum. Venetian Blinds; Bbap unit Detergent ft Spray ami (llnss Shower Doors. You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's ciitnplaiiit with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and servo a copy thoreof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor, Pad.* |'"'I'-,.,: Building. Miami 32, I Lnnia not later than November is, 196:1, or u Decree Pro Conifesso will be entered against yon. DATED: October in. I :*.. i:. i: LEATtlBRMAN i lei k of the Circuit Court (seal) By: K. M i.VMAN Deputy Clei k MAR PIN FINK Attorne) for Plaintiff l Ith Floor I lade Federal Bids;. Miami :::', Ploi da m 18-25, 11 1-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 6?C 10891 • \R SAVINGS DANK I 'i' THE CITY IF NEW Vi IRK, Plaintiff, vs. l-itci'i-: P PT-triLLo, i U x, •: I 'i i. II. la Ills NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Bruce D. Pelllln ami Alice I '• I r lo, his wif,-. R, si,ienc.• I'nknou and if remarried, their unknown spouses, if living and if dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, urnniees, ,.. slgnees, llenors, creditors, trnsi.-. nr other claimants cla-lralng by, through, under or against au\ of the above named defendants who are deceased You are hereby notified that the above captloned notion has been Instituted against you in ihe circuit Court of the nth Judicial Circuit ••!" Florida in ami p.r Pad.Count) I" foreclose a mortgage upon the folli uu; described real property: Lot It, Block lSCOTT LAKE MANOR. SECTION SIX. according to the I'lat thereof, recorded in lint Book K al Bags II of the Public Records of Pad,. County, Florida, together with Venetian Blinds, Westinahouse Refrigerator lll.-i*.' and Westunrhouss Automatic Washer. YMII are required to file your answer to plaintiff* ...nipinint with tbs ci.rk of the aforesaid Court, -a-nit serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN FINH, llth Hoor. Dade Federal Building, Miami :;;. Florida not later than November 26 IWi, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered .mains* you. DATED: <>.*t r 22. 1963 E. R LEATHERMAN Oerk of the Circnii Court (seal) Ih, : N. A. HEWITT, I '.put) Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Hoor I hide Federal Ride. Miami 32. Finn, la 10/85, 11/1-8-15 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LETTERS m BULLETINS I seprsdutsd sn LISTS Bend Paper RE"POR S TS WHRE YOU WAIT CONTRACTS I C ,h C "V Serving Miami Since 1946 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-081S