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

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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 Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY
IVoIume 36 Number 46
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 15, 1963
Two Sections Price 20*
Full Text of the Vatican
Communique on the Jews
CARACAS- President Romulo Betancourt, of Venezuela (right),
reviews developments >n Latin America with B'nai B'rith Pres-
ident Label A. Kalz and predicts a continued growth ior its
Jewish community. Betancourt said that post-war Jewish
emigres to Venezuela are now fully-inteurated into the life of
the country, and there is "no anti-Semitism here."
PRIOR WDGMWT BY JOURNALISM
Soviet Violates Own Rule,
B'nai B'rith Chief Charges
By Special Report
B'rith lust week made
iter to Soviet Ambass-
Vnatoly Dobrynin charging
SSH ot ignoring its own
i ol up imprudence in the re!
call for a "show trial" of I
- accused of economic of!
\ Katz, Of New Orleans.
' ot the Jewis-h service
| :ation. also protested to
JD nin the "evident anti-Sam-
litic quotient" in the show trial,
Ipn -a I which appeared in Iz-
the Soviet government's
new paper.
,i resolution adopted last
Mai 18 at a plenum of the Sov
preme Court, which declar-
ed that "no one can he declared
guilty of a crime and subject to
criminal punishment in any other
manner"' except by the courts.
.Mr. Katz wrote:
"How can a Soviet court ren-
der a just verdict when the of-
ficial government newspaper
has already called for a circus
atmosphere and has pronounced
the death sentence?"
The Supreme Court resolution,
based on the I'SSR constitution,
also emphasized that the courts
must sit "under conditions which
exclude any external influence
upon the judges."
The Izvertia article, published
Continued on Page 9-A
CATHOLICS URGE UTTER
CAMPAIGN PAGE 8-A
HOME ol the communique on the Jews
issued by the Vatican Secretariat
for the Promotion of Christian
Unity, of which Augustin Cardi-
nal Bea is the head, reads as fol-
lows :
"This morning there was distri-
buted to the Fathers of Vatican
Council II a draft on -The Attitude
of Catholic Toward Non-Chris-
tians, Particularly Toward the
Jews""De Catholicorum habitu-
dine ad non-Christianos et maxime
ad ludaeoa This draft was pre-
pared over a period of two years
by the Secretariat for the Promo-
tion of Christian Unity, of which
ids Eminence Augustin Cardinal
Bea is president, it is to form
the fourth chapter of the schema
on ecumenism, the first three
chapters ot which had already
been submitted to the bishops.
"The document is entirely re-
ligious in its contents and spiri-
tual in its purpose. It is out of
an ever-growing appreciation of
the church's sacred heritage
that the Council pays attention
to the Jews, not as a race or a
Continued on Page 11-A
RUSK HITS SENATE MOVE
State Department Says Aid
To Egypt Won't be Halted
WASHINGTON (JTA) State
Department sources Mondav pre-
dicted that a Senate amendment
passed last week pertaining to
severance of aid to any country
"engaging in or preparing for ag-
gressive military efforts" would
not be applied to Egypt, although
the amendments' sponsors made
clear they had Egypt in mind.
The Officials said they were not
convinced that the Nasser regime
was either currently engaged in
aggression or aggressive prepara-
tions as defined by the amend-
ment. They also maintained that
it was not in the national secur-
ity interest of the United States
to sever aid to Nasser.
The general prediction from
these sources was that the Ad-
ministrtaion would not imple-
Continued on Page 6-A
Chassidic Rabbi Condemns
Picketing of Israel Consulate
We're Cautioned Against
Whitewash by Red Editor
Nikita Evasive
In His Talks
With Mollet
IS (JTA- Soviet Prem-
kita S. Khrushchev and other
leaders, with whom a
i Socialist delegation con-
ferred throughout last week, were
evasive and embarrassed"
r questions were raised
sboi i i'i,. situation of the Soviet
by the visitors. French Soc-
-ourcea in Paris told the
Utti'h Telegraphic Agency this
"k The Soviet leaders display
same responses to Questions
Israel and the Middle East.
! delegation, led by former
1 >" Guy Mollet, conferred
Continued on Page 13-A
By Special Report
NEW YORK Jewish religious
leader-hip in the United States
this week cautioned the American
Jewish community "not to fall into
the trap" of one of the architects
of the destruction of Judaism in
the Soviet I'nion Aaron Vergelis.
The call was issued by Rabbi Uri
Miller, president of the Synagogue
Council of America, the coordi-
nating national body of the three
congregational and rabbinic
branchesConservative. Orthodox
and Reformof the U.S. Jewish
religious community.
Rabbi Miller said that "Vergelis
will, without doubt, in his appear-
ance on the American scene, con-
front us with a barrage white-
washing anti-Jewish deeds by de-
nying prevailing facts."
Rabbi Miller further declared
that "it is with sorrow that we
have no alternative but to let
the Jewish community of the
United States know that the
Continued on Page 6-A
NEW YORK (JTA) A lead
ing Chassidic rabbi in Israel con-
demned the picketing this week
of the Israeli Consulate here in
a statement released through the
American section of the Jewish
Agency.
Rabbi Yekutiel Halberstam. the
famous Klausenberg Rebbe. sent
a cabled message through S. Z.
Shragai, head of the Aliyah De
partment of the Jewish Agency in
Israel, in \ hich he said he had
no connection whatever with eith-
er the demonstrations or the stone-
throwing in the Mea Shearim quar-
ter of Jerusalem or with the dem-
onstrations organized in N e W
York.
The Rebbe said in his state-
ment that he was "opposed to
and condemns all these activi-
ties conducted both in Israel and
outside Israel." He said that the
only "solution" to the current
controversy between the ultra-
Orthodox groups and the Israel
government was joint coopera-
tion of all segments of religious
Jewry in an effort to develop a
viable solution of the current
problems "and in the increase
of immigration of religious Jews
to Israel."
Rabbi Halberstams statement
was seen as indicating that a solu-
tion to the controversy was being
worked on: in Israel and that
there was. therelore, no justifica-
tion for the ultra Orthodox dem-
onstrations in New York City.
The demonstrators who picketed
the Consulate under the watchful
eye of mounted police carried
placards which condemned "po-
groms against our brethren in Is-
rael" and assailed "missionary ex-
ploitation of economic distress" in
Continued on Page 2-A
JORDAN SAYS 'YES'
Did Council
Offer Funds
To Arabs?
WASHINGTON (JTA) Indi-
cations that the anti-Zionist Amer-
ican Council for Judaism may be
collaborating with the Palestinian
Arab delegation to the United Na-
tions have been received here.
The indications came from Arab
press reports. On the basis of
these reports, inquiries hive been
made with the United States De-
partment of Justice on whether
the anti-Zionist group was regis-
tered as a foreign agent
The Jordanian newspaper "Fala-
st in" reported from Cairo that
"the American anti-Zionist Council
has announced it will work towards
expending all possible assistance
to the Palestinian (Arab) delecta-
tion in the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly, and that it will also
be active to bring to the attention
of American public opinion the
latest developments concerning
the Palestine problem and the ef-
forts of the Palestinians to achieve
the return of the fatherland that
was robbed from themthese mat-
ters appeared in a letter from the
head Of the American Council (of
Judaism) received by Ahmed
Shukairy."
Mr. Shukairy is leader of the
Palestinian Arab delegation at the
United Nations.
i The Council in New York has
meanwhile charged that the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency, dissemi-
nator of the report, "was thor-
oughly discredited as a news
Pgency in the recent hearings be-
fore the Se-iatc Foreign Relations
Committee. I
MIAMI FEDERATION RECEIVES CITATION
Wave of Resolutions Closes CJFWF
Twelve-hundred delegates head-
ed home Sunday to translate into
iction the recommendations of the
32nd General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.
Concluding five days of inten-
sive sessions at the Diplomat Ho-
tel here on the major issues facing
the Jewish communities of the
United States and Canada, the
delegates charted the course of
Jewish communal life in relation
to local, national and overseas re-
sponsibilities.
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, host to the General
Assembly here, received a cita-
tion in honor of its 25th anni-
versary. Presentation was at a
banquet Saturday night by Judge
Irving Hill, of Los Angeles,
vice president of CJFWF. Sid-
ney Lefcourt, president of the
Miami Federation, accepted the
citation.
In final actions, the Assembly of
213 welfare funds, federations and
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Deep South Will Eventually Accept Integration
JACOB RlfKIH
By Special Report
NEW YORK The attorney who
secured an injunction prohibiting
the prosecution of civil rights
workers in Americus, Gil., assert-
od here that even I he deep South
will eventually accept integration.
Morris B Abrarn, chairman of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee's Executive Board, made this
prediction in his tirst public state-
' ment following his successtul
prosecution of the Americus case.
He spoke here at the American
I Jewish Committee's first Herbert
II. Lehman Human Relations
Award Dinner at the Pierre Hotel.
Guests of honor were Gov. and
Mr- Lehman; Mrs. Henry Ittle-
Eampagne Dinner to Honor Jacob Rif kin
>r Efforts on Behalf of Medical Center
Id.
noted Jewish com-
! ,:nd philanthropist,
-I ol honor at a cham-
iquet on third night of
h ch falls on Thursday,
.,! tin- Fontainebleau Ho-
.,t- are the Business and
. nal Council for Kupat
asurer of the Council, i
i the Ristadrul Man of
Award in recognition of
(standing efforts on behalf |
reater Miami Medical Cen-
rsheba."
addition to the citation, a
:ll be paid to Rifkin by
Beirut, which will name the
I rap) Department of the
Bit enter in his honor. Con-
Of the S400.000 medical
ell underway.
lit Greater Miami Business
Professional Council is con-
|bu'-g $200,000 toward the !
idical and Rehabilitation Cen-
wth Histadrut- Israel con-
ju'ng the balance.
itution w ill serve the en-
Ni _< v. caring for in-patients
'lent- who are either
rai or civilians. The Center
>i : lesigned along the lines of
: "iis Dr. Howard Rusk
I- rapy and Rehabilitation
iti New York City.
I ersheba (enter will be
ci to the David Dubinsky-
V. < Hospital of Kupat Ilolim.
npleted and now under
>nna Brenner Meyers.
and Rabbi I.eon Kion
.1 leader of Temple
n. co-chairman, this
nounced that Miami con-
ti. the Medical Cent-r
row reached the half-
-k.
I" 'ion to members of the
and Professional Council.
? ai.' being extended to
Rifkin, "whose services
Center
>r Seniors Here
Day Center for Senior Citi-
Miami Beach will begin
I 5day at the Beach YMIIA,
P'; : Rl., from 11:30 a.m. to
P'> I tn.
v' ties mil include an English
i arts and crafts group,
a choral group. Participants
for lunch, and free bus
psportation will be provided.
addition to the Tuesday pro-
fm. the Golden Age Friendship
"'' and i letter-writing service
ii' mil -wing on Sunday after-
is, I'.ginning at l p.m.
Activities are assisted by vol-
?'"' under the supervision of
111'"1 fessional group worker. In
largi of information is Marvin
lo the Jewish community and to
Die important cause- relating to
Israel, are well known," the CO
chairmen declare |
Immigration
Seen Rising
TEL AVIV (JTAi A mark-
ed increase in immigration to Is-
rael from North America and Brit-
ain is expected to be recorded
during 1363. S. Z. Shragai. head
of the Jewish Agency Immigration
Departmen*, told the closing ses-
sion of the Jewish Agency execu-
tive plenary here this week. He
said 2.000 immigrants were ex-
pected from North America, and
800 from Britain.
He reported that immigration
from Argentina this year would
reach a total of 5.300 persons, com-
pared with 1.160 in 1962 and 550
in 1961. Seven hundred immi-
grants were expected this year
from Hungary, and more than 300
trom Chile. He said that most of
these immigrants were young peo-
ple and that 27 per cent had ex-
pressed a desire to settle in a kib-
bur?. He also reported that 80
per cent of the Argentine immi-
grants were native-born Argentin-
ians.
Aryeh Pincus, Jewish Agency
treasurer, presented a 1964-65
budget proposal for I 340,000.-
0C0 ($113,333,333) to the plenary.
This was about I 30,000,000
(-10,000,000) less than the cur-
rant budget. He said the 1964
fiscal year was expected to be
the fourth in a row of large im-
migration with experses but not l
income rising.
on, 88-year-Old philanthropist and
community leader, \-. ho was the
recipient i I the award; and If >!
ert S. Benjamin, national chair-
man ot the U.S. Committee for
the United Nation-; and board
chairman of United Artists Corp..
who received a special American
Jewish Committee award lrom
Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson.
Abram, who is a native of
Fitzgerald. Ga., said that the
people of the deep South "can
accept change when they know
they must.'
Referring to the Americus case,
Abram said that the decision
evoked "less resentment than
resignation." He added:
"This is not to say that the
South will voluntarily give in and
accord the Negro his constitu
lional right-. They are not near-
ly ready to do so. Bui even tin-
deep south will accept the inevit-
able with a kind of -race which
i- one of the ili- traits ol
the region."
\t another point in the evening
Robert s Benjamin, national
chairman of the U.S. Committee
lor the United Nations, urged the
world's religious bodies, to "reaeh
out for a new sen>e of spiritual
community that transcends nation-
al borders He added
"In the same way that nations
are discovering that their nation
al integrity is protected and not
threatened by national coopera-
tion, so the religious fellowships
will realize that they can achieve
their own sense of national com-
munity without jeopardizing their
theological and creedal differ-
ences which represent their uni-
que contribution-."
In his remark- on the civil
rights struggle, Abram said that
the "principal obstacle to integra-
tion Is inertia." and added that
the Integration fight could be ex
pressed in what he termed "the
four Is:
"The principal obstacle to in-
tegration is 'Inertia.' Inertia
cannot be overcome except
when 'Integration' is understood
to be 'Inevitable' and, further,
when it is recognized that the
inevitable is 'Immediately' at
hand."
Abram pointed out that "no one
like< to change old habits and
practices, no matter how indefen-
sible they may be." He added:
"There seems to be a Newton's
Law in human relations that re
quires inertia to be overcome by
-I me counter Mice. Fortunately
the force required is seldom phy-
sical. While the deep South still
?ays neve it- people can ac-
cept change when they know they
must and w hen the answer to the
question 'when is 'now'."
Abram added: "Although the
Aelony case marshalled against
the traditions and practices of
Amrricns, Ga.. an objectionable
form of federal power. I never felt
: the least bit out of place there
' this week. Old friends were still
ourteous and some were cordial.
Even the antagonists, though un-
relenting in their opposition, were
not personally hostile in face-to-
face encounter.
IS Years
bprieaer
Hem* Owned
Home Operated
TERMITES?
ROACHES? ANTS?
Safe, positive pest control with
regular service for the home
TRULY NOLEN
EXTERMINATORS
"The Sign of Good Housekeeping"
COSTS LESS THAN
YOU THINK
iALL FR 7-141 b
Greater Miami's Largest Exterminator
BETH DIN OFFICE
RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN
I' Wl Michigan Av* Miami Beach
1-1969 JE 1-6150
Executive Chairman Moshe
Sturett told the press that rela-
tions between the Israel Govern-
ment and the World Zionist Exec-
utive were impro\ing steadily and j
that the two were working close-
ly together
Dr. Niiluim Goldmann told the
plenary thai unless the Zionist
movement entered fully into the
Jewish life of communities out-
side of Israel, leadership would
pass into non-Zionist hands with
all the dangers inherent for Israel
in such a development. He said |
the Zionist movement must be-i
come a central force in the Con-
ference of Jewish Organizations'
and that these goals were attain-
able only with the sincere aid of
the Israel Government.
Hebrew Classes
At Beth Israel
Ulpan courses in conversational
Hebrew, sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education, will begin
Tuesday at Beth Israel Syna-
gogue.
Three classes, from beginners
through advanced Hebrew, will
meet for two hour sessions start-
ing at 8 p.m.
There will be two semesters of
10 weeks each.

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Page 5-A.
Wave of Resolutions Closes CJFWF Assembly
Continued from Pa/je 1-A
[community councils which serve
[s.Ot'O.OOO Jews in this country and
[('ar.ada elected officers for the
[coming year and concluded the
(passage of resolutions on: civil
[rights, church-state issues, the
sh< rtage of trained social work
[personnel, anti-Semitism in the
[soviet Union, cooperation between
[government and voluntary agen-
(](-. non-discriminatory immigra-
tion, public welfare and overseas
I aid
I mus Stern, of South Orange.
K .1 was reelected unanimously as
[president of the Council. Reelected
with Stern were vice presidents,
Louis J. Fox, Baltimore; D. Lou
Harris. Toronto: Judge Irving Hill,
Los Angeles; Carlos L. Israels,
New York; Benjamin Lazrus. New
York; Judge Theodore Levin. De-
limit: treasurer. Edwin Rosenberg.
| New York.
.Mrs Joseph Cohen, New Orleans.
and A. D. Davis, Chicago, were
elected as vice presidents, and
Lewis H. Weinstein, Boston, was
elected secretary.
Resolutions Adopted
In a resolution which detailed
I aspects and incidents of anti-
I Scmitism In the Soviet Union, the
cleeates appealed to the consci-
ii the world to press for early
.it"! lull removal oi these discrim-
practices.
in another action, they voiced
approval of the President's civil
rights legislative proposals, and
called upon both political par-
lies to join in bi-partisan action
to assure the earliest possible |
enactment by the Congress of
comprehensive and effective
rivii rights legislation.
The representatives, in addition.
oinmended the American Jewish:
Ininl Distribution Committee on
n caslon of its soth anniver-
i j
Assembly also adopted a
in expressing gratification
e passage of Federal public
a men Iments designed to
dependent people to self-
e resolution, however, i
essioi .! appropri
transi te these legistla-
into reality. It noted
> thai there ii an es
critical net d i"i fedi al
; ants t" overcome tin
orti i- ii, trained social
ilution also urged Con
... I legislation on med-
1 for the aged, extend pub
nee to needy persons nut
covered, set up retrain-
i mploymt nt programs for
! "'I youth'and economical
riorated areas, and estab
1 national service corps to
1 !|> meet domestic human needs.
Negro Rights
In addition to the resolution on
civil rights, which stressed that
'II Jewish organizations are "un- j
ler obligation to advance the
itise of equality," several speak- ;
era referred to Jewish support of j
' Negro people and other minor
ties in their struggle for full cit-
izcnship.
Stern commented on this sub-
let in the Assembly's opening
address which he bated upon a
comprehensive symposium on
he major issues facing the Jew-
's" community contributed by
37 noted social scientists, med-
,cal experts and religious lead-
ers.
He noted that partial success in
""s struggle for human dignity
""' equality may create more
than less bitterness among
*l'sroe when the legal rights they
Sluing i, i do not briii
mP'ete equality they seek.
"The answers lie not only in
- and the laws to enforce
?'" h said. -The answers lie
ultimately in the attitudes of peo-
Pwo distinguished educators also
presented major addresses which
assessed the civil rights problem
as a personal crisis for every
American.
Among Speakers
At the Assembly Sabbath serv-
ices. Dr. Lou H. Silberman, profes
sor of Jewish Literature and
Thought at Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, recalled the divine im-
perative: "Thou shalt not oppress
a stranger." Interpreting the bib
lical injunction in these terms, he
declared: "you shall not push back
a stranger, nor push him back into
the slums, the 'Niggertowns.' the
separate and unequal schools."
Speaking at the Saturday ban-
quet. Or. Buell G. Gallagher,
president of the City College of
New York, told the delegates
that "the true meaning of lib-
erty and the genuine value of
equality will be realized in ac-
tion only as a genuine and hon-
est fraternity embraces us all."
Stern also commented on other
specific issues affecting the Jew-
ish and general community raised
by the symposium. He said that
the shortage of trained profession-
al social workers "constitutes a
major crisis for American Jewry
and lor the total American com
munity."
He stressed, too, that there is
greater need for public under-
standing of public welfare pro-
grams to rehabilitate and restore
dependent, maladjusted and ill
persons to constructive roles in ,
society.
In a major address on Thursday,
Irving W. Rabb, vice president of
the Combined Jewish Philanthro-
pies of Boston, said that research
programs into community needs
and attitudes are not a luxury but
! a business-like approach to the
community's major enterprise, its
investment in people and its fu-
ture.
Louis A. Pincus, treasurer of the
| Jewish Agency, Jerusalem, speak-
i ing at a key session on Friday,
j said that the accumulated effect
of three years of peak immigration t
' to Israel combined with a backlog
: of unmet human needs is straining ;
! the resources of his agency to the i
' breaking point.
Declaring that if the problem
Is not resolved everything |
achieved in Israel thus far will ,
be imperiled, Pincus stressed
; that there is a disproportionate
i division of responsibility for fi- '
nancing this program which
I places an unfair burden upon the
| people of Israel. They account
I for 70 percent of the cost, while
I the Jews of the rest of the world
contribute only 30 percent.
He added that with 10 percent of
the people of Israel the depen-
dents left by previous immigra-
tions receiving welfare assist
1 ance "we are almost at a point
J where 50 percent of the money for
the absorption program goes to
maintain the reeds of past immi-
grants so that only one-half of
every dollar received by the Agen-
cy can go for current needs."
Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee, the major American
agency aiding Jews throughout the
world, asserted that "the primacy
of Jewish needs in the next few
years is overseas and not in the
United States."
foundation Funds
In another major session. Henry
L. Zuckcr. executive director of
the Jewish Community Federation
of Cleveland, pointed out that Jew-
ish federations in the U.S. and
Canada are turning more to foun-
dation and endowment funds as an
additional source of income.
He pointed out that, since 1953,
endowment fund programs of 12
large-city federations have grown
from a total of nearly $32,000,-
000 to more than $70,000,000. He
said that this experience indi-
cates that endowment funds are
"a rich potential source of sup-
plementary financing for the
federation and its agencies."
The eleventh annual presenta-
tion of the William J. Shroder Me-
morial Awards, honoring the foun-
der and first president of the Coun-
cil, for pioneering advances in so-
cial welfare, were made at the
banquet session.
One award was presented to the
Associated YM-YWHAs of Greater
New York for its Mosholu-Mon'
fiore Community Center. The Ce -
ter collaborated with Montefic !
Hospital in two experimental pi
jects whlctr use group work a I
medical care as part of a treat-
ment plan for hospitalized an
non-hospitalized patients as well as
people of the surrounding netg '
borhood.
The second Memorial Aw,
went to the Jewish Family Servl
of the Tucson Jewish Community
Council, for a dynamic process f
social planning for its aged poi
lation which led to the establish-
ment of a 40-bed nursing home t n
the aged, a new Jewish home-
maker service and the addition (
a trained geriatric caseworker to
the family service agency.
The awards were presented
Julian Freeman, of Indianapolis
Ecumenical Noted
At the closing business sess u
on Sunday, Stern declared:
"We have received the welcome
news that an historic docume- it
concerning Catholic attitude t
ward Jews has been presented to
I the Ecumenical Council in Roir.r,
! This document categorically c>-
I nounces the myth that the Jewish
| people are responsible for the
. death of Jesus and are rejected i y
God. The document stresses the
roots of Christianity within Juc -
ism. The document admonish >
priests and teachers of religion r '
to take a contrary position and to
promote positive mutual under-
standing and esteem.
"The CJFWF hails this imp -
tant development which will he :
to eliminate one of the inaj
sources of hostility and prejudice.
The Wry Humor of Sholem Aleichem
Strange to think of Sholem Aleichem in
America, because his stories are the
quintessence Of small-town Jewish life in
Russia. Yet not so strange after all, for
there is a humanity in his characters and
their plight that is universal. And that
humanity and plight have been loved wher-
ever his stories are known. Indeed, a play
based on his work, "The World of Sholem
Aleichem," was cordially received in New
York both on stage and on television.
Sholem Aleichem the nom de plum of
Si lomon Kahinov.it/. was born in 1859 in
Russia. He began to write when he was
very young, in Hebrew and Russian. Hut
Sholem Aleichem is best known as the Yid-
dish humorist Yiddish, the lingua franca
of Jews all over the world at the time.
The principal item in the literary legacy
of Sholem Aleichem is the typical Jewish
tthlemiet, the hapless character with gran-
diose plans that are doomed to failure.
Yet in Aleichem's portrayal of this folk
character there is compassion, tenderness
and understanding. His little people are
individuals, kind, gentle and deeply de-
vout. Their faith in God's mercy helps
them through what would otherwise be a
|i.>\ erty-ridd< n and painful life.
Sholem Aleichem is perhaps best known
toi!a\ for his ironic story, Boncht Sehmeig;
Terye tin Dairyman; the comic It's llnnl
to Hi a w; and, of course, his autobiog-
raphy. Death took Sholem \ h< n pre-
maturely, m New York, in 1916. But the
warmth and wry humor of his work lives First with tin- Finest Ci
on. He has been called "the Jewish Mark through Lor,Hard res
Twain," a compliment to both writers.
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Gov. McKeldin Will be Guest Speaker
At Dinner in Honor of Murray Shaw
Murray A. Shaw (left) and Mrs. Shaw chat with Josef Almogi,
Israel's Minister of Welfare, during a recent visit to Israel.
Shaw, president of Temple Ner Tamid, will be honored at a
dinner Saturday evening, Nov. 23, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw also met with Israel's President Zalman
Shazar.
Theodore R. McKeMfn will he
meat speaker at the Temple Ner
famid-Israel Dinner of Tribute on
Saturday evening, Nov. 23. at the
fontainebleau Hotel.
Gov. McKeldin will make a sps-
dal presentation to Murrav a.
Shaw, president of the Temple.
Heading the committee for the
dinner are Rabbi Eugene Lab"-
witi, spiritual leader of Temple
Ner Tamil1, Mrs. Fannie Sklar,
honorary dinner Chairman; *'
vin L. Savage, chairman; Dr.
Michael L. Horwiti, chairman of
Enthusiastic response for the Temple Ner lamid-lsrael Dinner
of Tribute honoring Murray A. Shaw is reported by Dr.
Michael L. Horwitz, chairman of the Committee of Hosts, and
Mrs. Henrietta Fine, president of the Temple's Sisterhood.
Jr. Congregation Installs Officers
Officers and board members of
the student congregation of Beth
I'm ah were installed during serv-
ices last week conducted by the
teen-age congregation under the
direction of Miles Kuttler,
Slate is headed by rabbi. Burl
Lev} and Sanforri Kuttler: ways
and mentis. Miehael Leb: gahbai.
Robert Goodman; shamash. Larry
Burrows, Kenny Goldberg, Andy
Kahn, Richard Kaufman. Mark
Shant sis; religious committee, Rus-
sell Kagan; president, .lane Hirsch
ber vice president, Paul Her-
man; treasurer, Terry Abrams;
iry, Rom ie Book. Debra Co-
hen. Jacky Kirschenbaum; hostess-
es Linda Augenstein, Wend} Halm.
Hirschberg, Henrietta I.an-
ger. Donna Solomon; trustee. Ste-
ven llackmeyer.
Board of directors are Richard
La vin. Carcn Bebchuck. Gary
Goldstein. Randa Samuels. Sandy
l.eff. Freddi Wiohter, Larry Kot-
ler. Dcbbi Golden, Sheldon Bngler,
Jonathan Weister, Mernii Fox,
Ricky Morris. Barbara l.evine.
David Tenenbaum, Louise Mish-
aan, Linda Silver man, Larry Kahn,
Susan Goldman, Helayne stern.
Keith Paulen, Harvey Greek. Mark
Ellis, Phillip Samuels. Donald
Hornstein, Cheryl Toth, Alan Karp.
Prancine Kapchuk, Kenneth Ross.
Stephen Goldstein, Larry Zucker-
man, lleen Cohen, Michael Fried-
m a n.
The Student Congregation con-
ducts its services each Saturday
morning in the Youth Room of the
school building.
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Gov. McKeldin. former Governoi
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CM Ngo
y MAX LERNER
The story of the fail A the Haus* of Xgo :rom it; height of pow-
er to it* depth of sqpaior is one of the great tranc enactments of
tune The anr.y coup that overthrew Die=i and his brother Nhu.
; lae.. t.ght cohort of guards asd tough', was inevitable in :t
v -rung. The only question was when and ho- it would come, and
* e:t.I..-.e i: would be Wber. :: cae. there was a sweep and
.ttr.es- taaa that all but pushed the conventional doubts about
rtghtaeai Mi the area of the irrelevant
One could embroider the Joubts Did the US have the right to
M m Neaaeae nazsz the Ngo brothers, whatever their
.t.ca. .s-^- -jk right does the CIA have to be the chosen
- -tnsrae-.t of the wrath Who saw the order to kul the
j brothers, and with what cotdMooded ;_;-:t':cat::r." What
t=.i nuke of the ides of AOaerieaa respect for the right Ml BB-
*1 se-f-determinaoon?
These ire ahaataBM .-or -estaons But no nation which
ed :. i-x :-.-.- ever, at :..--. f sandarjor. about the
, r cuid dare face itself Beyond the official doubletalk of the
--"--~ -.-. rent- there .- : suppose, some sort of answer.
It is that the iirr.e of politics and power .5 I deadly ruthless game.
red :' r keep*, Another r.irt of the mm answer i> that the
then enenmen had it coming to them, that they had
-selves dealt even more ruthlessly with others and that r.o one
v c-i* r> squawk their behalf.

I 0*n t think that political motives for nj,oal benaoer in world
" ----- r ther do 1 think ; :i- s-eere
<*-..: moral Whea the Baaaaai have intervened m the
aflhm 0: (hi arteua states, we have laat-
-sted thea When we do it MMMliueither mounting or
ad wa> c: r--~ -
; rW aad U auatKea.
I oc: I Dierr ar \ : rrr. adequate
. tam The jusoi.caiioc x^.-: cosae from the war against the Viet-
*j ''"' kef ;Mag 3- i.-> pahtaral cost. Let us face
lfca -.1 kaajar akarelj ^ aatiaaa VMaaaaae war it has be-
. rr whether *e lie .: ar t en America- war The real sin of
"- Ngo brothers i- acted a> I the war was just the tr
~ agt i it the heart of the matter was their ability to main.-
raa 1 *er and keep out potential nvais But before a rwemlla
t war had to be ic large aaan a peoples war The
- campau :?. were in da
sax tne people
One should add also that :: was Cuba which bought the Dtem-
3own Haviri {aaal to bring the Castro regime down.
>ident Kennedy could rot afford to allow another dictatorship to
: ensely public. And whoever it was that
ded :n Madame Xhu*i aaaaaaa trip mare the saraation worse
be aachi heii-of-state and his tough brother was bad
<:~*igh_ To allow a very feminine woman to rub it in. without act-
wou'd have been pohtical suicide for Kennec;.
Han ? actaoo before the Amer-.can Pres-
-nua regan a earnest, lest it be called a
et F-- thea all together idc yea get the reasor ihU-
: of the :- M of Xgo

Nor ca- one ^ncre tHe personal aspects of fhe rr*9d>. for rh*
- "--'- Dieai -. -- hi ----. |.. n but
which his brother could e\r.. I
forget .-- -- -_.-..
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- a
-.?: pan
- -.:" ". >.- r a am paeu
cae a: al force he-
t*- -._:.:- N-._ r
And Madame Xho" She mur r most of aZ three
se a at* faabsh eaough to belie.
-: xx* iari belong in the realm of power Madam Maj has
. r %jBneaai how defth and spitefully sae could ah
: ** -' Peron and Madame Chiang we shall not be
v -oOr surprised
Bt there is a pathos beyond P the web of Madame v-
atiaadapi She had broken wnh her father and mother, calling
- later a "eaaanL" She has now lost her pvsband and his brother
- hi 1 -en who made power possible for her. There is even a
aaiary about the way she left her other three children
*M >>bie victim* a Vieteaic h;cr she must have known
t -aW tk'i up any day: and bo one will escape a sense of relief
ai Ba t saiety reunited w^: her
Catholic Urges
Letter Campaign
To the Vatican
By Special Rp*rt
PHILADELPHIA The execu-
tive editor of the Camden (N.J.
Catholic Diocese official publica-
tion Saturday night called on
Catholics to write to the Vatican
urging the adoption of the de-
cree on anti-Semitism introduced
at the current Ecumenical Coun-
cil.
The editor, Msgr. Salvatore J.
Adamo. received the Human Rela-
tions Award of the Philadelphia
Chapter of the American Jewish
Committee at its annual dinner
here.
The award was presented to the
Catholic Star HeraW. the Diocesan
aper. 'for its sympathetic
and understanding reporting oi
:... iu and interracial rela-
.
In proposing a mass letter-
wrtttrsg campaign, Msgr. Adamo
declared: "It is my hop* that
countless Catholic people will
take the time and trouble to
write to their respective bish-
ops now at the Council in Rome
and respectfully urge them to
support th statemerrt on anti-
Semrtism formally proposed by
Cardinal Bea's Secretariat for
T hope that ther-- will be 6-
000.000 met letters so that each
one wffl repret in -ome small
way a ajeasare of atonement lor
the H -liter of
000 Jews -. E-rpe
He adder "My
hope .- : Vatieai
will not only condemn the -
I --rong. clear Ian-
but will go on from there
to emphasue the many beautiful
elements of Jewish tradition
re hi Catholic
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Dade Junior College President to Speak
At Bureau of Jewish Education Dinner
lh\ I'.-ter Masiko Jr., proiH.".i
,if Mijjni-Dad* Junior College.
will address the, 22nd annual din
nor of-tin? Bureau of Jewish Edit-
cltion on WV. 27 at the Diplomat
(Jountry Club.
JlUe < :iner will feature a spec-
ial salute honoring presidents of
congregations of schools closely
itfsocii t< i with the Bureau and
ihc i-:.:.tll ition of newly-elected
Bpieaii olfieers.
Dr. Masiko received the Doc-
tor o' Philosophy degree from
Ihe Ur'iversify of Illinois, where
he remained as instructor. He
later became chairman of the
Social Science Department at
Wright Junior College in Chi-
cago. In 19*2, Dr. Masiko cam*
to Miami o assume his present
post.
He is a member of the Amer-
ican Lionoinic Association, Asso-
ciation for lfigher Education,
American Association of School
Administrators, American Asso-
ciation of Junior Colleges, and
I'.S. Department of Defense Ad-
\isory Committee on Education in
the Armed Forces.
Or Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Justice Goldberg
Wilt Be Cited
By Seminary
By Special Report
NEW YORK Associate Jus
lice Arthur J Goldberg, of the
I'niled States Supreme Court, and
nine Jewish communal leaders
will be honored by the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
mi Sunday
Justice Goldberg will receive
llti h< norai \ \ ioc o<
La at a special afternoon eon-
location at the Seminary, and the
ceremonies uillgbe attended by
prominent educators, theologians
und leaders of business, industry
utad Jewish affairs.
The citation, which will accom-
pany the honorary degree, states
in part: "As adviser and teach-
er, jucge and advocate, you ap-
ply to the great dilemmas of
this perplexed and confused age
the insights of morality and
ethic-, which have accrued to
you in your long and brilliant
careei '
twins the convocation, Mr.
Gol bert will be guest speaker ;it
tin annual Louis Marshall Award
Dii er ol the Seminary's Nation-
al Pair ns Society, which will con-
I. tuts M irshall Memorial
upon the nine communal

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I Ki.ianu-EI will install the new of-
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W Solomon Schiff, president of
the Rabbinical Association, will
otter the invocation. Cantor
Hirsh Adlii, of Temple Emanu-
El. will present a short musica
program accompanied by Ben Yo-
men.
Planning Committee for the Bu-
reau dinner includes Al Sherman
in : Harold Thin-man. co-chairmen,
nd Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abclow,
Max D. Astor. Alex Aronoff, Sid-
ney Aronovitz. Rabbi Shimon
\7.ula\. Judge Frederick. N. Barad,
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baskin. Dr.
Joseph Bess. Rabbi Jonah Caplan,
Dr. Sol Center, Mrs. Bernhardt II.
C'hesman. Joseph Cohen, Mrs.
Loui- Cohen, Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
( Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Mar-
tin Fine. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Fink. Prof Edward Fox, Melvyn
' B. Frumkes. Louis Gaaon. Ber-
nard i. Gclbert.
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Mrs. Stanley clatter,
Nathaniel (ilickman, Leon Gold-
berg, Samuel Goldstein, Morris
Honigbaum, Charles Jacobs. Al-
bert Jacob.on, Stanley Josowitz,
George Katzman. Mrs. Jack Katz-
man, Sidnev Kay, Mrs. Benjamin
Kazer. Mrs Eli King. Max Kolker.
Morris Krevat, Robert Lipof. Dr.
and Mrs. Milton Lubarr,
Mrs Louis Makovsky. Oscar
Mainber, Mr and Mrs. Max
Meisel, Mr an I Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers, Mis. Sanford L. Much
nick. Mrs David Muskat. Albert
Ossip, Jack W. Persoff, Jo-eph
Post, Mrs Matilda Rattier, William
Rich. Mrs. Philip Richman. Leo
Robin-on, Al Roth. Jacob Sachs,
Lester Shapiro, Manuel Solomon,
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Mrs. Alfred
Stone. John Temple. Dr. Isaac
Cnternian, Charles Welnberg,
Morris Weiss. Raphael Yunes and
Joe Zalis.
DR. PITER MASIKO JR.
Sholem Lodge
Slates Speaker
Speaker at the luncheon meet-!
ing of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, j
at a meeting on Friday, 12:15'
p.m., will he Joseph 1. Yariith.
regional director of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
In addition to discussing the lat-
est accomplishments at the four
campuses of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, Yanich will
present a film. '"The Highest
Commandment." which shows the
influence of Hebrew University
on the development of the Negev,
new immigrant settlements, scien-
tific research, and defense
throughout Israel. The film is
narrated by Melvyn Douglas.
The meeting will take place in
the Cabana Club of the Robert
Clay Hotel
Tuesday; Nov. 19
Katz Charges Reds Ignore Own Rules
In Calling for 'Show Trials' by Journalism
Continued from P/je 1-A i
Oct. 20. wa? headlined "No Mercy i
for Thieves!' It deliberately!
identified Jewish family names I
among the accused, saying it did!
so to "disregard the malicious |
slander" in the Western press
which has charged the Soviet
Union with cultural and religious
discrimination against Its Jewish
citizens.
But Katz called the article "a I
veiled effort to intimidate those'
who seek to protest discrimina-
tory practices against Soviet
Jew s,"
The B'nai B'rith leader said the
listing of J-wish names was "un-
prccedented" for a Soviet publica-i
tion as important ;'s Izvestia. The
conseouence is "to encourage
anti-Semitic stereotyping and a
climate conducive lo bigotry." he,
declared. '
He also stressed to the Sov-
iet Ambassador that the "in- .
flammatory article" violated the
spirit of a United Nations Reso-
lution adopted by the General
Assembly in December, 1W2,
urging the governments of its
member-states to "discourage
actively, through education and
all media of information, the
creation, propagation and dis-
semination of prejudice and in-
tolerance in any form what-
ever."
The issue cannot be easily dis-
missed as 'malicious slander."
Katz wrote.
"There is neither malice toward
nor slander of the Soviet Union
in the earnest efforts of those who
seek to cncourane your Govern-
ment to safeguard the full nation-
ality rights of the Soviet Jewish
community."
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Torah Portion Tells Story
Of Unflinching Mother Love
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
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birtbi profound tender-
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Jewish moth- tne
It is frequently asserted by
ho^e who do not aadetattad the
EOadaaaeataJs of Judaism that
>ur faifi deprecates the woman
i.-.d exalts the man in a pa-
narchal =ocety This week's
Torah portion indicates the
neights to which a woman in Is-
-ael car. r-'c-en^. and the dignrrj
hich riH accorded in the
nousehoid
The Torah gran:- Sarah. Re-
*-cca. Rachel and Leah a place
la Jewiafa bister)) -carcei-.
.nfluential than that of Abraham
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of gain.
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All the days I her :.fe.
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:ooketh well in the ways 0f
her household.
And eateth not the breai
of idier
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And a portion for
ajtt ano are her
clothing
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time to come
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Guide Book Now Available
By Special Report
A Guide to Book? on the Jeu-
i n Tradit. r, and Democracy" is
i -jc title of a -elected bibliography
'a the mbject just released for
Jewish Book Month by the Ann
lefamatior. League of B'nai B'rith
n ceopera'ion uith Brown 4c Wii
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. lth St.
A Reform Congregation
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi
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THF JEWISH FAMILY
WHAT IT IS AND WHAT
IT OUGHT TO BE
:nto three
' '-rir.g book;, pam-
l'hlets and "gifti for the junior
bookshelf." Among the 20 vol-
ume- bated are The Jews in
America A Hi>tory. by the emi-
nent JewtSfj historian. Rufus
Learsi: 'Judaism L'nder Free-
dom by ;ra Eisenstein; and
Judaism f.>r the Modern Age.'-
by Robert Gordi-
The bibliography was prepared
ty Rabbi Sclomon S. Bernards, di-
rector of the ADL's Department
ul Inter -religious Cooperation, and
. i\ailable through its national
office, at 315 Lexington Ave.. New
York 16 Brown & Williamson
Corp. ir [
Kal.igh arc* Beb; ttes, and
on sored
publication of the Guide.
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Friday, November 15. 1963
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Full Text Issued of Vatican Communique on Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
nation but as the chosen people
of the Old Testament. The clear
and unequivocal language of
the text gives the secretariat
confidence that no other motive
will be reed into it than of the
late Pope John, who himself had
wished that the theme be pre-
pared for the Council Fathers.
The draft deals first with the
ilcop bond that tics the church to
the chosen people of the Old Tes-
tament. According to God's mer-
ciful design, the church has its
mots in thx covenant made by
t;<>d with Abraham and his des-
cendants. This plan of salvation
for all mankind finds its culmina-
tion in the coming of Jcmi-
Chnst, son of David and descen-
dant of Abraham according to
Ihe flesh. Through Him the di-j
vine call first given to the chosen
people of old is extended through
His church to the entire world.
"A second point the draft makes'
is that the responsibility for!
Christ's death falls upon sinful
mankind, it was to atone for the!
sins of every man that the Son j
of God willingly offered Himself
on the cross. The part the Jew-
ish leaders of Christ's day played
in bringing about the crucifixion
does not exclude the guilt of all
mankind. But the personal guilt
of these leaders cannot be chart
ed to the whole Jewish people
either of His time or today. It
is therefore unjust to call this
people "decide" or to consider
it "cursed" by God. St. Paul, in
bis letter tj the Romans, assures
us that God has not rejected the
people whom He has chosen.
"The document presente.l goes
on to affirm that the church can
never forget that it was from
Abraham's stock that Christ, his
Blessed Mother and the apostles
were born
"In keeping with its objec-
tives, the Council document does
not propose to deal with the

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vasieua, causes of. .anti-Stmitism.
However, it does indicate that
the sacred events of the Bible
and, in particular, its account
of the crucifixion cannot give
rise to disdain or hatred or per-
secution of the Jews. Preach-
ers and catechists, the text
states, are admonished never to
present a contrary position; fur-
thermore they are urged to pro-
mote mutual undertsanding and
esteem.
"It is elea.-, therefore, that both
the content^ and purposes of the
document i purely religious. It
cannot be called pro-Zionist or
anti-Zionist since it considers
these as political questions and
entirely outside of its religious
scope. In fact, any use of the
i text to support partisan discus-
sions or particular political claims
DR. DAVID K. PINKS
Surgery Dep't.
Slates Program
Ml Sinai Hospital will hold its
!i annual Professor Pro Tem-
per, Program Nov. 20 through 23
in Wolfson Auditorium, according
K Pinks, chairman.
Sponsored by the hospital's De-
' "i Surgery, which Dr.
1 H Manheimer serves as
lesl speaker for the pro-
Im i; od n oy Maingot,
I R C.S., <>t Londi n, England.
nical Discussions," "Ward
Hounds, "Operative Clinics" and
i.l program on "Medicine
mil Art" will he included in the
n program. Sessions, to
begin cm Wednesday morning, will
d daily with a special pro-
gram open to the public on Wed-
1 laj evening, 7 p.m., in Wolfson
Vuditorium.
BONN .HA) 'fie 25th an-
niversary ol Crystal Night, the
light of tenor in 1938 when Nazis
roamed cities in Germany and
Austria burning syna (ogues and
beating and killing .lews, was ob-
served throughout Wot Germany
asf weekend by memorial ser-
vices tor the Jewish victims of
*he Nazi holocaust.
The German Evangelical Church
held special services at Dachau,
site of the infamous concentration
I camp, where church leaders an-
nounced plans to build a church
on the site dedicated to German
repentance for the crimes com-
] mitted there. Similar services
were held at the site of the Flos-
senberg concentration camp.
In a message addressed to the
country's Jewish community.
West German Chancellor Lud-
wig Erhar^ said that, while no-
body could make reparations for
the crimes of Crystal Night, the
anniversary observance should
"strengthen our will to make
certain that freedom and the
worth of the individual are de-
fended as the supreme value."
Newspapers throughout West
Germany carried lengthy articles
i in connection with the anniver-
sary of Crystal Night. Die Welt,
leading German weekly, noted
that the anniversary coincided
i with the publication of the docu-
ment submitted to the Ecumeni-
cal Council refuting Jewish guilt
for Christ's death.
Addressing the dedication cere
monies of the new Hannover
Synagogue Dr, Hendrik (ieorge
VanDam, secretary-general ol the
Central Council of the Jews in
Germany, said thai Jewish hop;'.-,
for the future in Germany have
grown. He stressed that there
were greater prospects lor har-
monious living together with the
Germans, and for more German
understanding for Jewish fellow
citizens.
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in the Charlenmagne Room of t.
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Rosen is in charge of arran.-
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Friday. November
15. 1963
United Synagogue Golden Jubilee Confab
To Hear Talks by Prominent Leaders
By Special Report
NEW YORK Dr. Louis Fink-
cistern, chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
will make his traditional biennial
address to the United Synagogue
of America at its Golden Jubilee
Convention. Milton Berger. chair-
mar., has announced.
Dr. Finkelstein will address the
2.000 delegates to the convention
at the Founders Session on Tues-
day morning. The convention will
he held at the Concord Hotel in
Kiamesha Lake. N.H., from Nov.
17 to 21
The Founders Session will hon-
or the 22 congregations that
joined to create the United Syna-
gogue in 1913, and special cita-
tions will be presented to their
representatives. The United
Synagogue now lists 774 Conser-
vative congregations in the U.S.
and Canada.
The same session will hear an
address by Prof. Alexander
Scheiber. director of the Hungar-
ian Rabbinical Seminary in Buda-
pest. Prof Scheiber. who vwted
this country last summer, was the
first official representative of the
Jewish community of Hungary to
come to the U.S. since World War
II.
One of Ihe convention^ plenary
sessions will rcexamine the "Stan-
dards for Synagogue Practice"
adopted by previous conventions.
At this session. Henry M. Rapa-
port. of Timple Israel, in White
Plains. NY.. United Synagogue
vice president, and chairman of
the Committee on Congregation-
al Standards, will report on the
committee's success in implement
ing guidelines for synagogues.
RABBI ROBERT COKDIS
Beth David Delegation
,i und Mr- Norman N.
to and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
iff will head Beth David Con-
delegation to the j
I ted Syi agogue of America's |
n Jubilee convention.
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greet the convention on behalf of
his government. The United Syn-
agogue, since its earliest days, has
fostered close and harmonious re-
lationships with the Zionist move-
ment and the State of Israel.
The closing banquet of the
convention will be marked by a
symposium on the status of
Jews end Jewry throughout the
world. "Mae principal address on |
the subiect will be delivered by
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El In Rockaway Park, N.Y., and ,.
professor of Bible at the Jew- |
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Dr Gor.Ms1 addres- will be dis
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marin. editor of "The Jewish
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The session will be chaired by
Charles Rosengarten. of Water-
burv. Conn., past president of the
Cni'tcd Synagogue. The conven-
tion will close at noon on Thurs-
dav. Nov. 21.
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Page 13-A
Nikita Evasive in Talks With Mollet
Moqul, the warm, whimsical father, and David Willens,
awakening" young son, in a poignant scene from "The
ry Time," Broadway comedy hit which will be repeated
kiturday and Sunday nights in Wolfson Auditorium at
\.e Israel.
iedy Repeated At Temple Israel
Happy Time." warm-
family comedy of love.
Ihe second season of the
srael Players on Saturday
|ay nights in Wollson And
bi Temple Israel.
igh-fllled Broadway -in-
\ung Judaea Group
Monday, a Young Judea!
II be organized at Beth,
Ingregation tor boys and
fid II years of age. They
every Monday evening
David from 7:30 to 8:45.
cess will be repeated this Saturday
and Sunday night at 8:.'S0 p.m.
Becau>e of its Message for
youngsters, :i boy or girl, 12 to 14
years of age, who accompanies an
adult. il! lie admitted free. Tic-
kets are available at the Temple
office.
The east, all members of Temple
Israel, under the direction of Dor-
othy Portnoy, includes David Wil-
lens. Ira Mogul. Mrs Robert
Sprung, Joseph Gardner. Michael
[senberg, Mrs. Larry Hoffman,
Mrs. Marshall Stern. Arnold Scher.
Dr. Leslie BukFtel. Andrea Port
noy, Anthony Lane and Joseph
Ross.
Continued 'rom Page 1-A
twice With Khrushchev and on sev-
eral occasions with m^r^hcrs of
the I'SRTf Communist Party's Cen-
tral Committee. The problems of
Soviet Jewry were raised during
a marathon, nine hour Khrush-
chev-Mollet session, and also dur-
ing a delegation meeting with the
Central Committee.
The Soviet Premier showed him-
self to be "abrupt" and "evasive"
and reportedly told Mr. Mollet
"all this is Western anti-Soviet
propaganda." But he advised Mr.
Mollet to raise the Jewish issue
with "people more expert in this
field," namely, certain members
of the Central Committee.
These, however, proved them-
reives to be just as evasive as the
Premier, and managed to avoid
discussion ol details on the Soviet-
Jewish problem presented by the
visiting French Socialists. The
Soviet officials also did their ut-
most to avoid discussions ot Sov-
iet attitude- toward Israel.
French Socialist leaders in Paris
admitted that they failed com-
pletely in their elforts curing a
i visit to Russia to induce Premier
Khrushchev and other Soviet lead-
I ers to change their attitude on
the question of Soviet Jewry and
I on Israel and the Middle East.
Reporting at a press conference
on their discussions with Soviet
i leaders on the situation of Rus-
. sian Jewry, Prof. Quillot said the
French delegation was told that
no anti-Jewish discrimination
exists in the Soviet I'nion and
I that the Soviet authorities were
considering terminating the use of
i the term "Jew" which now ap-
pears on passports of Soviet Jews.
He noted that Soviet officials look-
ed with suspicion on all Zionist
mo'verwoHta*~ t Jll, -
Former Premier Guy Mollet ad-
mitted that the delegation found a
"total difference on approach and
appreciation between ourselves
and the Soviets on possible solu-
tions to existing conflicts" in the
Middle East. "When we raised
the problem of limiting and con-
troling the armament supply to
the whole of the Middle East and
the creation of a denuclearized
zone in the area, the Soviet lead-
ers denied that dangers of peace
exist there," Mollet declared.
Another member of the delega-
tion said that the Soviet leaders
said they considered Israel "an
aarejsot /Ja$j-. an^UaU I'tfra-
ier Khrushchev seemed skeptical
of any proposals for neutralization
of the Middle East.
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Critical View of Custom
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BO connection with the be*
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Ik- ha* achieved fhft goal of hit
./ MKzvah earamony and doe* not
n"<-d to go on
K<-*(rHiaMy many par'-ni f lh- MOM way. Thi-y do not pro-
vide H,< BtatOaalMM which will
)<-.id (fiair ebildraa to u Intaratt
in forthi-r Jfwinh duettioa The
Ji-winh Arnf y had thrinor< DOW
i National Bar lOtSvah
wjrpos* of which is to
": thf tpintual meaning of
U c-rcmony The
* program which starts
liar Mitzvah celebration
i < protnaa is designed
to stimulate n the youngster a
l-arn more about his
Jewuh i,' riUgt- and to bring him
for a vi-it to Israel as a prelude
to a lifelong commitment with
the Jev i-h people
Jt encourages gifts and saving
during the membership years and
culminates in the study tour to
when the member roaches
UM ige of 16. The three-year
program -intended for boys and
girls of Bar Mitzvah. Bas Mitz-
vah and Confirmation age __ be-
gins as soon as the boy or girl
has officially been enrolled dur-
ing the 13rh year of age. He or
she receives a gold pin member-
ship and an inscribed member-
ship certificate.
They also begin to receive a
newsletter from Israel three
times per year.
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Reflections on Being
VE BEES LEADING .
too re j> do i
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:' thf bo-^.;i. AJD I ha*
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C Jews : || basal
forbade tfaa -eat aac
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r/ut many have ..M | that h.-
brines t.le danger o. i
.-j] -caies with which to svirr, far. tend to remain .:
.Td s, n.ay Meone source, of miec:
T rah day.-. th?re v.ere profe-;or.a! phyi The
*cOfthel I-a.ah a,1vised a -cake of figs as a pouluce'for
:.' K.r.j Hezekiah. and it worked. I>aiah appar tlj
alaa in favor of redactor 'And Jeshurun waxed fat anc
td Isaiah Fatness, too mnrh tanca ind pnapenty,
'ht viere But propitious for -oral healtn
Tbroofh the middle age* many of the court physicians v
The great Maimcmde* was court physician to Saladin
servug bit .Majesty. Maimor.ides conducted a public chr. .
One Of my fawrita stones was of the visit of the Bible common-
er Ibn Ezra, to this clinic He am not personallv acquainted v.
Mpimonides. and he had om< suspicions about the ment of bis grca-
medical fame So he tboagM h- would trv him. Phvsicallv there
n r.nhm? the matter witn him The onlv sickness that he suf
from all his life was lack of monev So he stood in line
the Maimomoes clinic a;>d. when his turn came Maimonides
. vamir.cd him bnefly. then instead of puttinp a medical prescription
in his hard, put a com in it.
We Jew. are great resp.-ctors of doctors I recall a story thev
used to tell about a simple Jowih woman in Odessa She had tried
ail the doctors in her neighborhood without profit One dav. there
wai a new sign in the vicinity, in front ot a house, she saw the
ngB, Alexander Gutmacher. Doctor of Philosophy
She decided to try t'lis now doctor for her ailment, but Dr. Gut-
macher quickly let her know that he was not a medical doctor but
a doctor of philosophy.
Philosophy she repeated, "vas fur a kraink is das*"- T"
losophy. what sort of a disease is IhatT"
There are some consolations in illness. For one thing, people
aic really nice to you. They send you cards and letters. The kind
nee-i of people emerges. It is the trivialities that make us unfriend
h" anVl.,.nnR sickness that is forgotten. Disraeli said that, when
he couldn t remember the name of a person he would come upon.
, kin* rlS'm.P y S8y' "How is ,he old malady?' and immediately
a kind rapport was establishea with that person.
,....,Thf Ta,mud sa>'s thfit Person who visits a sick friend takes
hi ^!,.es"(,>;fourth of his illness. Still, as the Yiddish expression
"!! IS Uer t0 welt for one >er than sick for even three
minrtAn"Mec 'S S. equally Pertinent expression which comes to
mind. Abl Gesund!
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lOSrd Street, Miami, I ,orlda Intend to
reglater said name with the Clerk of
thi i in i.i i :,: i i.r Dade I 'ounty,
i lui hi.i.
IRVINO TORRlfl
i mi- Half Intel .-i
RSPERANZA TORRIS
Une-Hall Intel eat
VARl IN M. KANNKR
-. -.mil> Trual 1:1.1k.
Miami 32, blorida
I" 2.V 11 l-s-i.-.
"It always comes down like this
pieaches on Noah and the Flood."
Cpr. 19A3, Doy*nu f oduciloni
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
IS IIICHEflY i-.IVK.V that
i id ring I., engagi n
'li, fictitious n..
' r- ,,i Ts'i Kind St., .M -
l" .i Intend t" n i
. Clr-
l i' idi ''......i\. pioi Ida
IANK SHKRKS
SYLVIA SHERKS
> I' i l II, IS
CRY, KttJ
HI I || I |..i|.| ..;
r i >\i Hera
til Miami Ri .mil. I'i.i.
11 'I -
___i I
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY rirVEN thai I
I'd, di engagi
i the fictitious name of '
' i" llelle lale, Mi.iml
Inti mi-, i.. regiati r aald
'! rk the I'm ill
le County, Florida,
r l'l \.\ SPA i 'I'KIt \ri v.;
ill'iNY la Florida ror.....atlon)
' 'I It.....I, I'i. -r,. Ill
'' :! ItRICKMAN
.
hi. K iplan A Cataman
Rldg.,
' St., Miami 16, Fla
ii v. -,._>___..,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57966-A
IN RK: i:-tat- ,.f
PRANCIS S. HANKl 'I I'.
I.....naed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D SCHARGE
\' i rii 'K is hi rebj nlven thul I havi
filed .i i- nal i:. : on f"i-
l 'i~iri iiMioi i l-'ii.ii 11 aehanre aa
1 v of tli 111
.-' II INK) IPK, dei i -I .>n,l th.it
'in 17th da; of l '-. mbei. 1963, ill
apfilj to the Honor hh Connt.v tudatea
I li.i'l. i'>iint-.. Florida, f"i m
"f aald r.n il Ki |hii t and for
hatlon ami riuHl dlafharge aa Execu-
tor nf Hi.- st,ii, i Hi, nhove na......i
ill i-i di 111. Tins i. h da) -I N'o\ bei
II Mtl'.V II VNKOFF
RoUKRT II TRAI 111 ;
l m >
\ i diiPnnl
M i J, l-'ii'i Ida
11 1-1.1-2-.'-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 60959C
IN it':; Eataii ..'
M \i:k i,.mii.\ia.\
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'redltorn and All I'eraona Ha\ -
Iur Clalmi or Deinantla Agalnal Said
l-'.M.U. :
You are hereb) notified and re-
quired to I'li-s-m ,iiv .Linns and it*--
maoda whii-h you my have mralnat
ill. eatate of MARK I.Ai'HMAN de-
. us. .i i.He ,.i i m.i. i 'ount). KlorWa,
I., the County Judgtea of Dade Coun-
11. ii nil file tin name in theli offlei s
in Hi. Cognt) i'..nit In iiise m Dade
i..iini\, i-lin iii.-i. within alx ealendai
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underaianed, deairing in engage In
I'lsnie-s under the flvtltloua name of
I. REST VIEW EAST XIKSIXH
HOME in 77". N.W, isth Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida mi. mis t.. regiatei aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
'. mi of I in.I, County, hlorlda.
I'.M'i: I'nrXTV RESTORIL'M, INC.
.1 Floiida coi i>ora i Ion
77.". N\\ I3lh Ave., Miami, Kloilda
KRANC1S tJEORllE, AMES A RITTER
Attorni-ya for Apiillcanl
1 I.'"' S\\ l-'il si Street
Miami, Florida 33130
11 1-16-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61114.C
IN RE: Batata ol
K1RV1N K. KHAFTON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Clalma or Demands Agalnal Said
Batatei
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to in. s.iit any clalma and 'li'-
nnimis which you ma) have against
'li- -slate nf KIRVIN K. BHAFTON
deceased late nf Dnde County, 1...1-
iilii. tn the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the name in dupli-
cate and aa provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, .11 their officea In
the Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from Ihe time "f the first put licatlon
hereof, or the aame will be barred,
Dated .11 .Minn. Florida, this 22nd
da) of 1 ictoher, A li
ELAINE II SHAFTON
Aa Executi i\
F ibllcalion of Ihia not lei
I. da) "i 1" 1...... ii" 1
I.Ki >N KAPLAN nf
XI) i-i a, Hi i'n.iti Kaplan ,v .
Attorney f..r Exi cul -
1150 8.W. First Street
'" 'J."., 11 I-S-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61150-B
IN RE: El "
I."I'I.- KANE,
Deceasi .1
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
To All dltora mil Mi IV aon I Is
t 11 in.,ml.- Against
V..11 ai e hi reb) notified and r
quired t" present ail) i-lalma and di
ma hi- which s nu ma) ha ve .1
i- of 1.1 '. IIS K INK di
biti "i 1 mile 1 'ounty, FI01 Ida, t" ll
' tint) 1 idgi of 1 lade 'ounty, ai I
e ill duplicate nml as pri
.'. d 111 >. ,11.-ii 733 16, Florida Etta
utei 11 tin ii- ..1 :i. a 111 the I 1
Courthouse In Hi..I,- County, I-
within -i\ calendar 1......11.- from il-
time "i 1 h. Hi si publli 1 ion hi 1
or the as me ** ill be barred.
1 mi- -I at Miami, F'loi Ida, this 27 h,
da) "i 1 ictober, A.D, 1963.
MARION 8. K \.\l-:
Aa Executrix
Firsl publli .ni......1 1 his notice 1
th.- 1st day nf Novembei. 196
SEYMi HI! .1. S1MI IN
.\ 1 ii.i ni ) i"i Exi i-utrix
:'n| Alnali \ Building
____________________ 11 1-8-lM.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MU'li'i: IS HEREBY OIVEN th
the undersigned, desiring t.- engagi 1
business under the flotltloua name 1
LKUION HBAL.TH aV ukli-'aii-.
AGENCY at SOU Coral Way. Miami,
Florida Intends to register aald nan
with the Clerk the Clrouit Cou
uf Dade County, Florida.
SAM \\ AL INSURANCE
I'NUERWRITERS, NC.
ROBERT II. TRAURIG
At tome) for Applicant
113.1 iiiii'imt Building
Miami 32, Florida
10 23, 11 1-8-
- man
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th:
the iiini. reigned, desli in-: to 1 na
business under the flctitloua name -
CAPCO PR( 'I il '1 "TS at 1930 Nort
Miami \ venue, .Miami, Florida
tenda t" '.-^ist.-i s;-i,i name with II
Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Da
Count). Florida
CAPCO m \.\rr.\. "IT 1:1 Ni; CORP
a l- lorlda corpni atlon
-1" 1 ii. 'i.....Iman .\- Holtsman
attorneys for Canco Manufacturing
Corp.
By: SYLVAN \. lliil.'I'ZM AN
l" 23. 11 !-S- "
"-OTICE UNDER
OlS NAME LAW
- HKREIIY GIVEN that
lt Ing to engagi n
Ihe flcl liin
.' 'l: 111 9538
Mian sin ri Int. n la 1
' name with Hi. t'lerfc of
ol I'ail,
ri.-nth- from ii"- date of the
atlon hereof, .,r the aame
In I'.11 red
Ri IKE I.Ai'HMAN
Ailinims'i .11 r i\. 1 '.T.A.
Shap ". I'. i. .1 fi Well, Eaqs.
A ttoi
n n." 1.11 ei.In Road
"".....' I Miami Reach, Florida
N.I-: Si
first
will
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 116587
LOl'IH EBENSTEN and STl-:i.l..\ D.
I i .I.NSI 171 X his it,-.
Plaintiffs,
\ s.
RIS'HOPei COMPANY, REALTORS,
. 1 al,
Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SONJA ZEPF a 1; a
SI 1.N.1 \ SESKIN
2411 Mnrasgo I >rlve, N I'.-
Atlanta. 1 ieorgla
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
1 complaint haa been iili-.l against you
In the above I '- u-t tor the 11 nun of
escrow deposits and you are required
to serve a copy of your answer or
pleading ". the complaint on Plaint-
iffs' attorney, HENRY NORTON, 1406
I'.- '.nil. Building, .Miami. Florida,
an.I file i'i.....igfnal unawer or plead-
ing In the iifflca of the Clerk < the
small claims Court ..n or before ihe
16th da) "i 1.....ember, 1961, at 9:00
A.M. ir you fall to do so judgment
b) .1. fault Mill h. taken against >..u
for tin- relief demanded In the com-
plaint.
DATED this lih day ..f November,
1963.
SMALL il.AIMS COl'RT
DADE ii'l'NTV, I'l.nltlDA
B) : l.-A l'-i:i.I.i: MARLOW
I leput) Clerk
Il 8-1S-2S-29

I' INTERN AT
1 |R ;
! ': 11 mimm, I'i,
m-:rnick
' '\v n. r
Ida
Count).
li 'N AI.
-i-l. in
1 I N-| .
t .CE UNER
-T.TIOUS NAME LAW
1- hi:i:i:i:v tilVEN that
1 ..................
,""'{ th. nctltloua na..... ..f
KARIIERSH.i
II S-l'i-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FI ORIDA IN AMD FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 10?38
'- Ill-: WII.I.IA.M-I- HUH
SAN INtlS HANK,
I mill',
vs.
ll'iM \s \ PATRIi K ux, el al,
1', :. ml. 1 '
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO Thomas A in. ; and Norms ''
I 'a'' Idence I'n-
known, last fldreas Co
lien, al Dellvi -. Illuetl. Id. w l
\ rginlu, an I II 1 nat rii d, their
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELB-VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C11885
l: \.\H IN I' VCHECO,
Plaintiff,
c \u\ii:n hi.i \ i'i-:i.i'iAN'i
I' VCHECO,
I.. Fendant.
! CARMEN HI.I \ l'-l-:i.U'IANi 1
PACHBCU
It F I > : Bason 712
Ponce, Puerto 1:1,-..
You -ii" required serve .1 cop) o(
your answer t.. the Bill "f Complaint
--I Divorce "ii the plaintiffs attorney,
file the original answer in the
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA l\ PROBATE
No. 60970-A
IN RE: Estate r.f
SAM 1 LESS
I' eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cre.llt.ira ml All Persona thu -
ing '"'.liiii- ... 1. n-.t'-iis Against Sat,I
I late
You are hi ri by not fli 1 and re-
nuired i" present an) claim* and de
in.mils which you may hav< agalnal
the eat te of > \ M F'l.ES'S di nsed
late "i Bade Cou t.v, FI01 Ida, to the
1 'ount) -l" Igi > ,,t 1 lade Count). and
File 'h. aame in I'upllcate an 1 as pro-
vided in Section 7:13.10, Florida Stat-
utes, in their ofi lc. In the "ounty
Courthouae In Dadi County, Klorlda,
within six calendar montha fr.int the
time "' ihe ii> -1 publication h -i.-..f.
or the aame "ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla 1Mb
da) of 1 ut.'i.,-I-. a 1' 1983
HARRY Zt'KF:RNICK
Aa Executor
l-'iist publication of ihis notice on
the 25th da) < 1 Ictober, 1963.
HARRY Zt'KERNICK
Attorne) for F'xecutor
IL" Lincoln R.I., .Vllaml Reach
I" JS, 11 l-R-13
CIRCUIT. DADfc COUNTY, FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 9952
jamf:s snow,
Plaintiff,
I ~
DOROTHY SNi i\\ ,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOP, rniROTHY SNOW, Re
Fnrmlngton, U.....ui.i. are notlfl
aerve .1 cop) of your anaw, -. ti I
I nrci 1 '.-m|il.nut 11I. ,1 aga in-i v..11 ..
I Ihintifi's attorney, OEORCE Mi'l
"i AS, 612 N W*. 11th Ave., M:.11,
FTa an 1 rile original with Clerk -
thla Court "ii ... bef..... November .
I!i63, othern Ise omplalnl will b.
!. v,, ,| |,v x ,,,,
DATED: 1 ictober 2Srd, 191 I
E. 1: i.i:.\thi:i:\i \\
. 'I. il< of 1 he 'Ircult Court
(SI al) B) : N A HEWETT
1 leput) Clei 1.
10 :'.".. 11 l--i
'".I.I-.I.S.H,,,- .,, ,. u t ..,.km.n spouses, ,: living and If and to file the original answer In the
' Miami, Florida Intenda to ,..,,,i. the imkn a -. devl-----. office ..1 ih- Clerk of the Circuit
th th.- Clerk of Krantees, asslgne-s, II.....rs, rs, Court .....r before the Ith .lay "f
""u "' Dade County, rusteea .....Ihei rlaimani claiming DecemlHr, A.D. IMS; otherwise, the
1 s,KT,,RB,,u'
I' hasi r
I Rldg.
I--. through, mi'l
i III. al.t.x .- Ilell.t-.l
,s..l
^"< -H .ll".- 11. I Il
1 -'\ .a;il loni 'I
1 -1 1 ai- .1 .ma Inal
,"l/-'- '" t'ouri ..f the lit'
1 r?B r?R DADE COUNTY,
LORiDA IN PROBATE
.. No. 60946
' ', ,.(
x" Al.i'MAN
,|.i
r any of
ndsnta who are
ranty
I
3TICE TO CREDITORS
Nl* and All PersoUaHmr-
" Oemai.iis Agalnal Bald
I' ''"'.> mitifled and re-
! .-in an) clalma ami de-
,, '' "ARAM ALTMAN .le-
''' < ounty, Florida,
.indues ,,r |.,,,ie foun-
..... ."* J'""'' in duplleau and
.. .'"' '..... < 1, Florida
""" offleea In th.- r..,,,,-
"i-i- founty, I--I..I--
" ...i. miar montha from
"' '" i publication here-
ivlll be burred,
1 < rlda, ihis 18th

'-' VM 1 OOL.DWI 'i:\
I
1 of thla not
i
1 'i 'I.DWORN
1 Executor
Road
I" 15. 11. 1-8-16
1 rhal thi
tion ha^ been In-
ou ;" 1I"' '
1 1 i ii 1 i-.'"H .'f,
Florida in and for Dade County to
i'i-.-..s.- a mortgage upon the i..-i"\-
ing described real prop. t\ :
I... 1 13, Block 1 SCOTT LAKE
MANOR si:rri.i\' ONE, according I
t., the Plat tli-r,--!'. 1. Corded In i'lat '
Book :.; st I'age T9 .-( the IMhllc 1
Records ..f Dane County, Florida,
t.igether with Siil.urlian C.as Wall
Type ov.-n Model N4#"-118; Subur-
l.,ni 4-liuill.-i' lias Suitsce Unit 1
Model M4M-223; Hotpolnt Refrlg-
. -i-ator #Tt4M9: V.-n.ti.m Blinds:
Parade Water Heater Model s-30-1 '
l'N = i:tr.i.-,H
^'..ll are required 1.. file your gn-
awer to plaintiff's .-omi'lalnt with the
Clerk "i Ihe au-'.-.ial i'-.iiiI, ni'l
-i\.- .1 copy thereof upon plaintiffs!
.......-He) MAHTIN FTNE, llth I'i. -
Dade F. deral Dull ling. Mian i
Florida not later than Novembei 25,
19(3, ,.1 .1 In,i-.- Pi-. t.'uafeasO will
hi entered agalnal you.
I lATBD: 11.1..1.. "-'-. 196 I
I- ': I.KATIIKR.M \N
Clerk ..f Ihe I ul
(ai -Hi B) N \ iii.w ri'T.
1 leput) 1 : 1 k
MARTIN FINK
attorney for Plaintiff
1 tih Floor I 'a.l.' !". d. 1.1I Bldg.
.Miami ::.', Florida
10 -
Bill ,f Complain! for 1H\.....<-. here-
. fi.1. filed herein, will be lak.-n aa
c.-ni eaa. .1 b) > 1.
1 ..1 ii ai Miami. Florida, this 1st
.,i.M of Novi mix r, IMS.
1:. H, 1.1 :.\ rii 1:11 man.
i'I.i k -.f the t'.iii'iiit Court,
I 'a.l. 1 'ounty, l-'liirlda.
(seal) Ely: N. A. HEWETT,
I i.-piitv i 'leik
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1111 Alnsley Ituil.tliiK
Miami 32, Florida
11 '6-13-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60897.A
IN RE: Estate nf
Tlli:i.MA POROE3
I.. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora ami All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby i'.-i 'i-->l and re-
quired to preaent an) clalma and de-
mands which v*.ni ma) have against
the atate of 1111:1.MA l'l )RGF:s de-
ceased late of Dnde County, Florida,
t.. the Count) Judges "i Dnde Coun-
ly, and file the nme In dupllcati and
.- provided In .-''.::--ii 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in th.ir officea In ilm Coun-
t) Courthouse 1.1 Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar montha from
tin- time of the il'st publication here-
of, or the aame will b. barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, 111 i- 17th
day of Or lunar, A.D. 1963.
GEORGECHEREN
As Administrate!. 1 T \
l-'iisi publication of thla notice "ii
th.- _".!l da) of i.-i. I.. 1. 196 I,
CHER EN ,v GOLDEN
Attorne) for Administrator CTA
64)7 1 H) mpta Bldg Miami 12, Fla.
in 25, 11 I-8-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 11395
MARY JEAN1NK PEAVY,
riainiilf
\ s.
Ill 'HH PEAVY,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yuf. Ill mi PEAVY, Ri ftidence
town, are notified tn aer\'e a copy
-.f your answer to Divorce Coitiplatnt
filed ..u.i.ii- you on Plaintiffs attor-
ney, .;i:iii;i:i: NICHOLAS, 612 N.W.
12th Ave.. Miami. Fla., and file orig-
inal "iii 1 : of this 1'..1111 on or
November 25, 1918, otherwise
. .-mi'l ni ^ 1 1 i'- confessed b) v ou.
IIATEI' 1 ictober :'-'. 191
1: 1: i.i-:ath i:rman
- 1. i. the t'li till 1 '.-lit
1 .in B) K U. I.V.MAN.
it) Clerk
1", 25, 11 l-s-i;,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6C88I-A
IN RE: Estate -.f
CHARLES 1M.\. IN,
I I. -'e.ls.-il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalma or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You sr- hereby notified and 10-
qufhad t*. present any olalms and de
man.is which you ma) have against
the .state ..f CIIARI.KS I'lN'nN, de-
ceased late of Dade iViiniy, Florida,
t ii the Counly ^udgea of [aide Coun-
ty, und file the -am. In duplicate and
aa provided In Section r38.16, l-"loiida
staiutes. in th.ir officea In the Coun-
ty c.until..us.- in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within alx calendar months from
th.- (i.......r the first publication here-
of, or the sain.- will be barred.
I '..I. -I at Miami. Flol Ida, I Ins I Hh
.In oi ('. toll. i.A.I'
CHARLES A DIXON
Aa Executor
1 publication ol 1 i>is ni I
the 23th du> "i let 1 1 r, 1963.
Ri 'I:i-:i;t SI TT 1- \ I 'F'MAN
Vttoi ne) for Exi cut..r
Tel. 3T9-2T36
. nala) Bldg., Miami, Fla.
ii i-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 63C 10891
.....-I. VH RAVINGS n \NK 1 IF THE
CITY OF NEW YORK,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
BRCCE 11 PKT1LLO, 1 1 ux, el al,
I i.'fell.lanl-
NOTICE OF SUIT
T( >: Bruce 11 p. nil., ami Alice P. tl
hi. hia w |fe. Residence tlnknow 1
and if r, married, their unknow
and if dead, the m
know n hi a, algn. s. !,, M.i. c-redltoi a, rustei
other claimanta lalming b). thi
under 01 agalnsl any of the a:-.\
named defendanti who are decease.
You ai- hereb) notified that the
above captloned ai tlon has been In
atltuted agalnal you In the Clrculi
Court nf the 1 ith Judicial Circuit .
FI01 l.la in -iini ror Dade Count) 1
' ..... -i moi tgage upon the r.'il. u
Ing desi lb. .1 real property:
I...1 16, Block 11" si'ii'i'T l.AK"
MANOR, SECTION FfIX, 1........dins
'" the i'lat thereof, r< rdi d In Pli
H""li 88 at ran. II ,,t the I'nhli
Re. -i .is of 11 ,.1,. Count). Florida, t-
nether with Venetian Blinds, Weal
Inghouae Refi ig. rator ill.-12 an I
W'esii.i'.-in.it-e Vutomatlc Waahet
You are required to rile your m
awer i-. plnlnllfra complaint with th
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, an 1
1 cop) thereof upon plaintlfl
nit..in. y MARTIN FTNE, II1I1 KI.,,
Dade Federal Building, .Miami 82,
Florida not later than November 83,
1963, or a Decree Pro Confeaao \\. .
1.....n1.1-.-1i attains! you
1 lATED: 1'. t......i- -:j I9i :
E li LEATHERMAN
Clerk nf the Circuit Court
(seal) l:\ : n. a HEWITT,
Deputy (leik
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for I'laintlff
11 tli Floor Dade Federal Bldgr.
Miami It, Plot Ida
.________ 10 25, 11 l-g-ll
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Emanu El
Social Meet
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
semi-annual social meeting and
dance on Sunday. Nov. 24. 8 p.m..
in the Fontaine Room of the Fon-
taineblcau Hotel.
Joseph M. Lipton, president of
the Temple, has announced the
program will include a brief busi-
ness meetin,:. followed by dancing
rnd a late supper.
A special feature of the affair
v. ill be presentation of "Broadway
Merry GoRound." directed by
Trixie Levin.
Cast members are Mrs. Ben
Ball, Mrs. Barbara Bessey. Mrs
Sanford Burns. Mrs. Bernard
Green, Mrs. Blliotl Harris. Mrs.
Murry Koretsky, Mrs Harry A
Levy. Mrs Martin Smith, with
Deva Solov at the piano.
Overseeing the many items ranging frrom bowling ball bags
to pressure cookers to be ofiered at the Beth David Sisterhood
auction on Sunday evening, Nov. 24, in the Temple's Spector
Hall are (left to right) Mrs. Murray Dancks. fund-raising vice
president; Mrs. Harold Reinhard, auction vice chairman; Mrs.
Sam Osrtowsky, auction chairman. All merchandise has been
donated, and Leonard Stern will serve as auctioneer.
Wise Chapter Meeting
Louise Wise Chapter. American offered at the meeting.
Fewish Congress, will meet at the The chapter last week launched
Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday a choral group under the direction
noon. Nov. 21. of Beena Barnett. Mrs. Mary S.
Mrs. Joseph White, program Cohen Is president. Mrs. Lillian
chairman, said that prizes will be Townsend is hostess.
[tting their best foot forward. Barbara Bessey, Dcvida Levy
ic Judy Smith, of the Temple Emanu-El Players, wind up re-
versals for "Broadway Merry-Go-Round" which will be pre-
r.:ed at the Temple Emanu-El semi-annual social meeting
ciance at the Fontainebleau on Nov. 24.
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delicious birthday, sweet
II be celebrated by Bar-
susan Abel with 45 friends
datives Luncheon to
id Saturday at Holiday Inn,
'..lines, although her birth
ias actually Nov. 14 .
iter I Dr. and Mrs. Philip
530 Santurce, the prettj
iger is in the nth grade at
Gables Hmh She be-
to Tau Delta, Topai-BBG,
Youth Gump of Temple
. Intensely Interest' d
designing, she spem s
at deal of time sewing and
ind made the [ovelj
ii" will wear to her pai tj
Family members attending
lion in Barbara's hon-
i II hide her sisters. Su:i-
Janet, and grandmoth-
ers. Charles Abel and Mrs.
I i ied'ander.
a id Mrs. Sidney Rargoff
[' <" ted ."> years of v ed.lod
centlj with a family din-
| l> :U Chandler's I)e
I mi'prise was meeting a
|i-' cousin ol Mrs Kargoff's.
) happily chose the same
I 10 be dining there .
p^cr 2(i years had passed since
'> last saw one another .
'cue dinner and an or-
I a for dancing al the I istl
'' in honor ol Mr; and Mrs.
Charles Simon's 15th anniver-
sary Party held in the
couple's lovely Allison Isle home
attracted many relatives, includ-
ing daughter Mrs. Flora Carlis.
Mr and Mrs. Jack Taylor. Mr
and Mrs. Norman Arkin. and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobs,
brother and sisters of Mrs.
Simon.
Now that Harry Gordon is at
home convalescing from a too
long illness, he and wile Jennie
Will be happy to greet their
many friend." at 2201 So. Miami
Ave .
The George Kroncngolds just
returned from extensive travel-
ing Revisited Puerto Rico,
then made a briel trip to New
York to gel the latest informa-
tion on the World's Fair which
they're certain will be "the
gr atest" A former national
Officer and three-time president
if the New York ASIA Chapter.
George and his wile then attend
ed the ASTA World Travel Con-
gress in Mexico Did lots of
sight sebum to.the colonial towdjp
Ol San Miguel Allende, Guan]
juato and famous Lake Pat*
cuaro Also visite Acapulco
;<-,\ (he Spa .ii Ixtapan and San
.lose Puma Pound it all very
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Federation Us.lt
Plans Meetina
Presi eni' ol all leading ivy.
<*\ Women's Orgai iz iti i
Greater Miami have been invited
in attend a Bimilrinnti Coffee
Hour on Thursday. Nov. 21. spon-
sored by I he Federal ion of Jew-
ish Women
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
president of the Federation of
Jewish Women, and Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, viee president and chair-
man for the day. issued the invita ,
tion for the 10 a.m. coffee to be
held at lie Federation Board \
Room at 1317 Biscayne Blvd.
The annual meeting of organiza-
tion presidents will serve to pro-
* ject the program of the Federa-
tion Women'-- Group for the com-
ing year and plan a special Jan-
uary conference of major impor
fsnpa tr> the community.
Tempi- Nlenorah Sisterhood
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
will hold a while elephant sale
in the social hall of the temple
on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs.
Leo Sonnenblick is chairman of
the affair and Mrs. Sam Belsky
- president of the Sisterhood.
Reviews Slated
At Ner Tamid
First in a scries of four reviews
sponsored by Temple Ner Tamid
Sisterhood will be given on Tues-
. in SH-i. Al'd:*nri|irri at 10
a.m., to be followed by a luncheon.
Rabhi Eugene Labovitz will re-
view "The Conversion of Chaplain
Cohen."' by Herbert Tarr.
Chairman of the series is Mrs.
Ben L. Fabric, with Mrs. Henrietta
Fine as Sisterhood chairman.
Hadassah Chief
Scheduled on TV
Mrs. Florence Barth, presi ;< t
i i the Miami Beach Chapter >if
Hadassah, will be a guest on the
Molly Turner "Carousel" -In w
over Ch. 10, Thursday. Nov. 21,
at 7 45 a .m
Mrs. Barth recently attended
the 49th national convention of
Hadassah in Washington, D.C.,
where she accepted three prizes*,
I for the Miami Beach Chanter.
These included the National
; Membership Achievement Award.
1962-63; oversubscription on all
projects; and a citation tor nur-
chasing one quarter of a million
i dollars in bends.
Mrs. Barth this week said she is
.' inticipating a large turnout at
the tribute to members and lite;
members to be held at the 1)
vjllc Hotel on Nov. 25.
Eye-Full of Fashions" is the title of the fashion show with a
French theme sponsored by Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at Westbrooke
Country Club.
Beach Council Women's Party
Miami Beach Mayor Melvin
Richard will extend greetings to
members of Miami Beach Council1
nl B'nai B'rith Women at the an-,
nual paid-up membership party to
be held on Thursday. Nov. 21,
7 30 p.m., at the Deauville Hotel.
Mrs. Lester Arkin is president of
the Council.
Principal speaker will be Paul
mi lerman, member of the nation-
al commission, Anti-Defamation
ue.
Participating Miami Beach
NOW!
chapters are North Shore, Menor-
ah, Halikvi'h. Freedom. Chai,
Harmony and Miami Beach.
Awards will be presented to the
chapters bringing in the most
new members and membership
vice presidents will participate in
a candlclighting ceremony.
A group of musical selections
will be offered by Mrs. Marie
Balaban, with Bert Duckman at
piano, and the Harmoncttes. of
Harmony Chapter, will present a
skit entitled 'The First Five
Years are the Hardest "
Among philanthropies to which
B'nai B'rith Women contribute
are B'nai B'rith Children's Home
at Bait V'Gan, Jerusalem, Leo N.
I.i'm Memorial Hospital, National
Jewish Hospital, and Bellefa're
Hospital
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Surf-Bal-Bay
Book Month Fete
In honor of lewish Book Month,
the Surf-Bal-Bay Branch of the
Miami Public l ibrarj is present-
ing Mrs. Helga Eason, head of pub-
lic relations. Miami Public Li-
brary, in a review of Allen Kevin's
new book. "Herbert II. Lehman
and His Era." en Tuesday evening
at the Recreation Center of Surf-
side.
Mrs. Eason is vice president of
the Miami Branch. National Lea-
gue of American Pin Women, on
the Executive Board of the Wel-
fare Planning Council, and the Pro-
gram Committee of WTHS-TV.
She is chairman of the Public
Relations Committee of Florida
Library Association and chairman
of National Library Week Commit-
tee of the American Library
Association.
The Surf-Bal-Bay Branch has
also prepared an exhibit ol books.
including Elmer Rice's "Minority
Report,' Arthur Cohen's "Natural
and Supernatural .lew." Gerald
Frank's "The Deed." Ben-Gurion's
Israel." and Hannah Arendt's
"Eichmann in Jerusalem."
Cardiac Hospital Luncheon
Monthly luncheon and car.i
party of Miami Chapter. National
Children'! Cardiac Hospital, is
called for noon Tuesday at the
hospital. Annual fund raising
drive, with a goal of $100,000, has
been set for Jan. 10 to 12.
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Temple Zamora
Honors Members
During services Friday evening
ii Ten pie Zamora, new members
were honore.. taken on a tour o.
Ihe Temple facilities, and given
hi outline of activities for the
coming year
New name* on the Temple
roster are Mr and Mrs. Barnet
liashaway. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Berger, Mrs. Betty Birchansky,
Mr and Mrs. Gerson Birencwaig,
Mr and Mrs. Irving Brenner,
Rubin Brenner. Mr. and Mrs. Al-
len Eskreis. Mr. and Mrs. Ains-
Ice Ferdie, Mr. and Mrs. Samue
Fleishman, Mr. and Mrs. Abra-i
ham 1 Freedman, Mr. and Mrs
Morris Friedman, Mr. and Mrs.
.lack Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Gursky, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Haber, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jos-,
cpher, Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Levi-i
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Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Losner,!
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Marko, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Rein, Mr. and|
Mrs. Nat Reiter, Mr. and Mrs. j
Oscar Rothschild, Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald A. Shapo, Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ns Slachter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
SobOl, Mr. and Mrs. Max Spiegel,!
Mr. nd Mrs. Morris Stecker. |
Mr. and Mrs. David Stein, Mr.
and Mrs. Max E. Sternbaum, Mr.;
and Mrs. Max Tierman.
Ciremony welcoming the new
families was conducted by Rabbi
llcrshel Brooks and Cantor Ben
DickSon, with greetings extended
In Arthur Deutsch, Temple presi
dint. Stanley. Silvern, vice presi-1
dent, and Lt Col. Harold Shuman,
Brotherhood president.
\ reception In honor of the new
men bers, followed bv an Ones
Shal bat. concluded the evening
ffstivitcs
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Mrs. Ralph Sparo, Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, and Mrs. Aaron M.
Reder (left to right) discuss a novel prelude to set the tone for
the Coming-of-Age Celebration Dinner which Temple Beth
Sholom will hold at the Americana Hotel on Dec. 7. Mrs. Spero
and Mrs. Eggnatz are co-chairmen of the project, and Mrs.
Reder is chairman of special arrangements. Overall chair-
man of Beth Sholom's 21st anniversary dinner is Judge Harry
Arthur Greenberg.
Junior Auxiliary Luncheon Slated
Jurinr A"'"'M?r" f '' ?<'
Home for the Aged will hold a
iuncheoii ii eel iii:' on Tu' - 12:30 p.m., at the Singapore Hotel.
fqrH oirno meeting to be conducted by Mrs.
3erthold J Strauss Jr., president.
Mrs. Ruth Abramovitz and Mrs.
Louis Brosier are in charge of
reservations.
BB Leaders
Will Address
So. Dade Rally
A B'nai B'rith membership ral-
ly for Sout! Dade residents com-
memorating the 120th anniversary
of the founding of the world Jew-
ish service organization will be
held on Tuesday evening, 8 p.m..
at Temple Both Shirah, 7500 SW
120th St.. under the joint sponsor-
ship of S hoi em Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Men. according to a joint
announcement by Mrs. George
Gordon, president of the chapter,
and Mark Fuchs, president of the
odge.
Highlighting the rally will be a
membership panel featuring three
B'nai B'rith leaders. Burnett Roth,
chairman ol the Florida Regional
Board of the Anti-Defamation
League, anu national ADL com-
missioner; George J. Talianoff,
past president of the Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
past ADL commissioner, and past
chairman of the Florida Regional
Board of ADL; and Mrs. Morton
Lee Perry, former associate di-
rector of the Florida Regional
Board of the ADL.
Serving as co-chairman of the
rally are Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Beth Shirah Sisterhood
A box supper and a profession-
al caller will be included in the
square dance planned by Beth
Shirah Sisterhood for Sunday at
7 p.m. To be held at Cross Trail
Dance Stu: 10, 4150 SW 70th Ct.,
the affair is chaired by Mrs. Leo
Martin and Mrs. Jay Mellow.
Back to School
At Central Beach
Central Beach Elementary
School PT. held a "Back to
School Night" on Tuesday even-
ing. Parents participated in typi-
cal classroom schedules and dis-
cussed the student's records with
the teachers.
Held in conjunction with a
"Book Fair." the school library
was open from 7 to 10 p.m., on
Tuesday.
Parents were greeted by Leroy
D. Feinberg, principal, and Mrs.
Anne Reiff, PTA president.
! Fuchs, representing the South
Dade B'nai B'rith Lodge, and Mr.
; and Mrs. Mark B. Rubin, repre-
j senting Shalom chapter.
Mrs. Mark R. Rubin is mem-
i bership rally publicity chairman.
Food Fair Exec
To be Specker
Id "':;. attorney and
r i estate for Food
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pcaker at the re
the international
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Co i ban R e n e w a I
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the i conference. His
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. opment of Urban
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fisher Adult Classes
\ 'ilt ed :..n classes at Flag-
ish Center super-
bj >bi David Rosenfeld,]
lule beginners and conversa-
lioni I Hebri <>n Wednesdays.
i 30 to 9:30 p.m.; study of the
Bible, Thursday at 10 a.m.; the
ud, Saturdays at 4:45 p.m.
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1963
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Miami Gobtes Zionists KM install Officers
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Women's Unit
To Hear Artist
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. meeting
the V.MHA v.
MoniBT. 10 a.m.. in the Board
I the Miami Y." 450 SW
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tficbad Schlaier. internationai-
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uctor for the meeting. Mat
e its will be provided. In charge
it I information is Mrs
Her chd Roeentbal, membership
r,an.
v.' inn n'l Division
. help support special
- at the Miami "Y." Pre-
- Mr- Jack Amazon.
the s>-aph. s;. r> :
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all age-
Am-.-.- end rs attending Hie
mbty Mr and Mrs I
Hum Iti : Philadelphia.
he's director of Federation, ar.d
her social work wftfl volunteers
ua< "he subject of a recent
artic! ia K^a.r- Digest .
e friends of Mr and
Mi t Counterman, the Hur-
ritaes arrived here several days
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the Miami Beach home cf the
couple Reyna Younaerman.
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the Great-
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invited members
and Fi lends of the Herew I'ni-
versity of Jerusalem to be gwsls
at her home. 5925 No Bay shore
Dr.. at the 1 p.m.. reception
Program chairman. Mrs
Friedlarider. has announced
the reception will honor Mrs
S. Popick. of Miami Beach,
president of the group.
Popick is a national board
rtaltotion of officers
i members of Miami
- nauM Ditnct will be
held on Suidav evening. Nov. 24.
at Holiday Inn. 1350 So Dixte
m :
Circuit Ji'dse Ilfewy Balaban
A il! enduct the ceremony, and
Rab^i Shrr.aryahu T. Swirsky.
sniritual lea er of Israelite Cen-
ter v. ill be featured speaker
Chaired b> Judge J David Lieb-
man. the program will present
Mane Balaban in a group of
songs.
Officers i be Inftalled are Max
A PaVMM pre=ident: Meyer Fine
and Moses Meyer, vice presidents:
Mrs Pauline Levick. treasurer:
Charles Freefield and Mrs Mor-
ris Simon, -ecretaru-
Board members are Ephraim
Collins. Dr. Philip Gotlieb. Rabbi
Zevi I GreenwaM. Theodore Ber
man. Pabbi Hershel Brooks. Abra-
ham Ka-ov. Murray Levine. Sam
<-. Jud?e J. David L
A. Arthur Pekelrer. Al <.
Louis HBBnick^fvlng Satil ski
ney San er-. Kahbi lias Shapta
Morris Simon. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Rabbi Norman Shap.: im
St iiwartzmnn. Fred Ilaa-
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lira. Dena Simms, ores!
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by irianal music and performed
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Mincilin recently visited Israel
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Lillian Goodman. Woman
of the Book chairman. Mrs. Irving
E Miller, scholarship chairman.
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag-Adler.
special projects chairman, and
Mrs. Harry' Platolf. membership
chairman, have participated in the
planning for the President's Re-
ception, which is an annual fall
activity of the Women's Division.
Huber Gallery Exhibit
European and Central Ameri-
can influence predominates in
gnup show which reopens the
Huber Gallery at the Deauville
Hotel this week. Artists repre-
sented inc'ude Robert von Zim-
merman whose canvasses will re-
flect the -ummer he spent in
Guatemala. The exhibit will be
st the Gallery for one month.
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from Top Value Enterprises. Inc.. Paul Furman and Mrs. Donald include Mrs. Irwin Potash. Mrs.
are being offered as prizes to the Frank are co-chairmen for the Mylcs Eaton. Mrs. Jerome Ad
8U e' fashion show. Miss Sharon Lee man. Mrs. Eugene Brams. M
May Branson, Dean of Women vvi" acl as coordinator, and Mrs. Bert Saul. Mrs. Leonard Bcndcll.
at the University of Miami, will Marvin Lewis will be commenta- Mrs. Sam Foreman, and Mr- -
recite the Panhclleruc creed. Mrs. tor. Other committee members eph Klein.
Left to right are Mrs. Paul Furman, co-chairman of the fashion
show, Mrs. Myles taton, archon of Pni biqma bigmo naaaoM
of Greater Miami, and Mrs. Donald Frank, co-chairman of the
show. They are shown holding the trophy to be given to the
Model of the Year.
Phi Sigs Again Eye Scholarships
At Society's Model of the Year Show
Scholarships for Da'le County
Indents will again be the uo.il of
Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae mem-
bers wnen they present their an-
nual Sorori'y Model of the Year
Fashion Show on Nov. lb" at the
Fontainebleau Hotel at 1:10 p.m.
Models from the 13 sororities at
the University of Miami, wearing
fashions and furs by Hartley's and
Writers' Group
Elects Officers
The inaugural luncheon meeting
of the newly-formed Jewish-Amer-
ican Writers Society of Miami
Beach was held in the "Upstairs
Room" at Chandler's Restaurant
All 25 of the Society's charter
members, lree-lance newspaper
and magazine writers, attended
the first meeting and elected
Miss Bcvcr'yc Keusch. president;
Milton Wand, vice president; and
Mrs. Elaine Aarons. secretary-
treasurer.
The group will meet regularly,
on the first Monday of each
month at CJiandler's starting
Jan. 6.
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compete for the title and engraved
trophy. Last year's winner. Carol
Jacobs, of Alpha Delta Pi. will pre-
sent Hie award to the winning
model Mrs. Meyer Baskin. pa-
troness oi the I'm Sigma Sigma
active chapter on the University of
Miami campus, will also model
.luring the show. Phi Sigma Sig-
ma is celebrating its soth anniver-
sary and the sorority's mo.lei w.ll
show a gold formal gown in honoi
jf the occasion.
Phi Sigma Sigma, which now
supports four scholarships, gives
-in additional scholarship each
year to a student participating in
the Ycung Scientist's Research
Program in Dadc County schools.
These students are screened by a
committee from the Dadc County
School Board and the Alumnae i
Chapter, together with Dr. Milton
Saslaw. director of Children's Car-
diac Hospital, who is also dircctoi ;
of the program.
A highlight of the fashion show
will be the selection of the winner
by audience participation. A lur-
trimmed cashmere sweater from '
Hartley's and a stereophonic In-
fidelity radio and record playei '
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood, for-
merly Dadc Heights Jewish Con-
gregation Sisterhood, held a moth-
er and daughter breakfast and
fashion sh w on Sunday morning
Mrs. Sy Feirerstadt was in charge
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Friday. November 15, 1963
Novelist Allen Drury Will Address
own Hal] Forum of Temple Israel
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"\oi -'list Allen Dmrv will arl-
i, < the Town Hall Forum of'
[Ymple Israel of Greater Miami ,
i Tiio-.'ay evening, Nov. 36.
Published in 1959, his novel.;
Advise <<'lf1 Consent.*' was a
i;(i.)k -i>t -the -.\ionth Club selection j
md -oon rocketed to the top of|
the nation's bestseller lists. It \
I was adapted for the stage and;
had a successful Broadway run
, fore Otto Preminger brought
in his star-studded motion pic-
tine production.
In 1962, Drury's second politi-
cal novel. "A Shad* of Differ-
ence," was published and soon
. plicated the success of its pre-
decessor. Revolving around the
w African nations and a crisis
of United States p.'estige at the
| United Nations, the sequel fea-
tures many of the characters
from the first book.
\- Washington contributor to
In Reader's Digest. Drury re-
muins in an excellent position to
observe the shifting political
rhe United Nations setting for
"A Shade of Difference" was chos-
en, he says, "because "it was in-
scnpable. Nothing in our times
s mere important to the world
han the United Nations, and noth-
ing would more logically concern
the men of government and poli-
tics than what goes on there.
"If there is one essential pur-
pose in this novel, it is to say two
hings concerning which both the
UN and U.S. should put their
respective houses in order, and
-non.
"However justifiable in terms
of the past, the racial attitudes
of certain sections of this coun-
try give it an enormous handi-
cap in the present day world."
The latest novel was a selection .
of the Literary Guild. Because of
the issues involved in the plot,
it has not been available for sale
to motion pictures, the author an-
nouncing that "condensation in-
volved in a movie version might
produce a film that would be
highly damaging to the United
States abroad."
Thanksgiving Tea *oW Brofcsin Review
At EmanU'EI Following the noon meeting l:
A Thanksgiving tea. in honor of B'nai B'ri,h Womcn- Anne Fr: k
Temple Emanu-El PTA will be Chapter, at the Park Lane CaCe-
given by the Temple Sisterhood: teria on Tuesday, Kabbi Hersbel
at the Pontainebleau Hotel (m'rjrooks. of Temple Zamora, II
review Some of My Best
Friends." .
ALIEN DBUKY
Rabbi Weberman Slated
Featured speaker on the Forum
Discussion Program this Sunday.
7:30 to 11 p.m., will be Rabbi
Phineas Aaron Weberman, of
Temple Ohev Shalom. Topic, to
be heard over WEDR-FM. 99.1,
will be "The Orthodox Jew."
wilder Kogan is president of the
Sisterhood.
Special orogram will be a re
view entitled "The Cycle of Life
in Fashion," with Mrs. Sol Gold-;
stein and Mrs. Bert Shapiro, nar-
: rators; musical selections, Mrs.
Milton Weir.kle; accompanist. Mrs.
Ben Ball.
Also Mrs Philip Brooks, Mrs.
Ronald Fine. Mrs. Ted Finkel,
, Mrs. Charles Gertler. Mrs. Peter
Goldring, Mrs. Howard Grumcr,
Mrs. Ira Hader, Mrs. Elliott liar-
I ris, Mrs. Jack Hartley, Mrs. Alvin
I Malnik, Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt.
Children's roles will be by Car-
; rie Brooks, Michael Brooks. Ken-
: neth Fine, Fern Frank, Dcbraj
. Goldring and Louis Rosenblatt.
Beth Am Men
To Hear Director
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am
will sponsor a breakfast on Sun-
day morning. 10 a.m.
Max Raskin, president, said that
speaker will be Max Karl, direct- r,
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, who will speak on "Bio-
thcrhood is More Than a Gleam
in the Eye."
Regular Sunday morning adult
education class will meet with tlie
Brotherhood this week.
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Spaet to Speak At Home Meeting
Mrs. Joseph Keiser, president.
and Nathan Roth, chairman of the
; Dedication Committee, will report
i on plans for the expansion pro-
gram of the Jewi-h Convalescent
' Home, also known as B i k u r
Cholim.
Hide County Commissioner.
idge Harold. B. Spaet, will ad-
ess the monthly meeting of the
iish Convalescent Home of
Florida on Wednesday noon
Ihe Algiers Hotel.
Former \ire mayor of the city
Miami Beach, Judge Spaet
rved several terms as president
Jewish Home for the Aged
Greater Miami. He recently
is named by Gov. Farris Bryant
,i three-vear term on the Plor-
Commi sion on Agi tg,
Si.'ney Siegel, executive direc-
tor, who is row attending the sec-
ond annual meeting of the Ameri-
' can Association of Homes for the
\ ii'.-. m Dallas. Tex., will discuss
the conclave.
' o:-.ette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy star in "Bittersweet,"
low showing at the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road Mall
ith "The Good Earth," featuring Paul Muni and Luise Reiner.
The twin bill will be followed on Nov. 21 with "A Tale of Two
C";ties," starring Ronald Colman, and Jeanette MacDonald in
The Firefly." Other double features planned are "Little
Women" and "Brigadoon," Nov. 28; "David Copperfield" and
The Girl of the Golden West," Dec. 5; "Julius Caesar"
The Student Prince," Dec. 12.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Helga Kramarsky (eels that sne was born twice once when she
was actually born in Germany and then aaain when she arrived in
New York on her sixteenth birthday. She was one of the 116 children
sponsored bv the Baroness Edouard Rothschild, who had a huge story
book castle right outside cf Paris. Here, the children lived like king!
and queens, receiving a formal education, including a thorough train-
ing in the arts, as well as trades. It was run on the order of an Israeli
kibbutz. The Baroness gave not only financial aid. but of herself as
well, knowing each child by name, what they
excelled in. and keeping track of them in their
later years.
In New York. Helga as most of the refu-
gees, went to work, attended Hunter College
at niuht. and graduated from NYU as an X-ray
technician. At f-rst. she found New York
frightening. In her own words, "You like it.
then you love it. and finally you cant do with-
out tabulous New York.'' But she did learn
to do without it. and Miami became a wonder
ful substitute.
She met her husband. Bernard, through
%t ^^^~ jfZ. mutl,a' friends, having a common bond, since
v'.. ^^ ^j^Stmt ne a'sn arr'vpd in America, on his sixteenth
i*\Vt ** .tm&^dfiKk birthday. Hum Amsterdam. Holland I'.er
HnG& nard's family are well-known art collectors,
and through him her interest became a driving
force in her life. After marriage. Helga took an interior decorating
course at Hunter, but the fruits of this hobby have only recently begun
to bloom.
Eight years ago. the Kramarskys moved to Miami with thcr chil-
dren. David and Susan. Helga says that she and her husband don't
golf, play bridge, fish, swim together or have the same hobbies at
all; but what is more important, they belong together "because we
were meant for each other.''
Store bought cake has no place in the Kramarsky household. Helga
has a complete collection of delicious recipes which she is willing to
share, the recipes, that is, because the family draw the line at the
actual product. Bernard's mother. Mrs. Lola Kramarskv. is national
president of Hadassah. and when Susan was born, she made Helga
a life member. Since then, Hadassah has been part of Helga's life,
and she delights in doing spot jobs.
Her interest in interior decorating has snowballed during the last
two years, and she is now professional.
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STARRING MARJORIE COWAN
Irving Cowan arranged another of his spectacular birthday parties
for his wife. Marjorie. on the mezzanine of the Diplomat Hotel. Blazing
with lights, a huge picture of Marjorie as Cleopatra on an equally huge
marquee dominated the reception area. A Roman toga-draped slave
announced the guests as they arrived. Among them were Mr. and
Mrs. Mel Green. Mr and Mrs. Rocky Pomeranz. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey
Weinkle. Mrs. Jerry Blank, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fnedland. Dr. and
Mrs. Hy Cohen. Mr and Mrs. Stanley Arkin. and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Hart. No silverwear was in evidence, and guests sat on the floor and
ate with their fingers. Two bands kept things humming. In the mid-
dle of a sparkling, bubbling pond of water, sitting on a rock, a harpist
played softly. A good friend of Marjories. Dotty Williams, whose
husband William is a noted New York disc jockey, flew down for the
party which ended after the guests trooped upstairs to a room markeo
"Sardi' for corned beel sandwiches at three o'clock.
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the bridal buffet table was clever, two bells
one with Carolyn and one with Merrill in raised letters. On the small
terpiec irere brides, the handiwork of the co-hostesses,
Elinore (Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz and Grace iMrs, Nat' Strauss, whosi
lunchi on h 11 ored < arolyn Weinkle on the occasion of her coining mar
riag rrill Lamb on Dec 1 Along with the Weinkle 1 main
and grandmothi rs were Harriet 'Mrs. Larry) Singer, Dorothy (Mrs, Be
Orin, Simmy Mrs Paul) Barnett, and Alberta (Mrs, William 1
Pallol Mrs Morris Blau and Mrs. Larrj Adler were also an
ho drank a to is) to the bride.
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FIFTY-FOUR YEARS OLD
Certainly, Henrietta (Mrs James] Gordon, Barbara (Mrs Howard)
Katzen, Sui Mrs Richard) Helfman. Ins (Mrs. Danieh Prankel, Jackie
Mr- Bait Cohen, Phyllis (Mrs. Harvey) Miller. Mar) [Mrs, Stephen,
Quartin. Barbara (Mrs Marvin) Brown. Mikki i.Mrs. Morris) Futernick,
Marlene 'Mrs. Richard) Stone. Rosemarie ,Mrs. Stanley) Roth, Rhoda
(Mrs. Morris) Levitt, and Staci Warshaw aren't anywhere near that
age. but their sorority was fifty-four years old. and they were helping
the Alpha Epsilon Phi's celebrate Founders Day at a green-and-white
luncheon at Chandler's. The alums enjoyed watching the Alpha Epsilon
Phi pledges, who looked as if they were competing in a Miss Teen-Age
of America contest as they put on a skit. Miss May Brunson. dean of
girls at the University of Miami impressed on the girls their part in
making the image of sorority a good one. Bea (Mrs I. Mi Weinstein
offered the invocation.
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NO SPEECHES
It was a formal dinner dance for members of the Standard Club.
Just eating, drinking, dancing, entertainment and no speeches. The
party was in the new room and quite festive. It looks as if long
dresses are here O stay. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs Sidney
Ansin. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolff. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens. Mr
and Mrs, Charles Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs Marshall Harris. Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky. Mr. and Mrs David Hochberg, and Mr and
Mrs Jaj Kulak. Grace Goldstein, stai ith her husbatd, H 15.
ua- pleasantly surprised when Mr. and Mrs Berney Kief walked up to
them, and he [zed her from 21 years .1-1 when the) were stu-
dents to. W isconsin. fhal pliment,
Glazer, Seinfeld
Exchange Vows
The Deauville Hotel was the
-ite of the marriage and recep-
tion for the former Helene Sein-
e*rmg"ff.'trr1ee Slawer who were
united in a ceremony performed
>>y Rabbi Eugene Labovitz on
Saturday evening. Nov. 9.
The bride wore a traditiona
.loor length wedding gown of Im-
ported silk peau. Designed with
1 molded bo. ice of imported re-
embroidered alencon lace, it fea-
iured a scalloped portrait neck-
line and long lace sleeves. The
aisle-wide skirt, with sheath ef
iect panel, was appliqued with re-
embroidered alencon lace. A flat
silk bow at back terminated in a
chapel train.
Many tiers of imported silk
French illt-sion fell from a pill
box of silk peau and alencon lace
sprinkled with tiny seed pearls,
and the bridal banquet was a cas-
cade of white roses and yellow
orchids.
Attending the bride were Bren-
da Seinfeld maid of honor. Mary-
Lou Leahy and Marsha McArthur.
Dr. Barry M. Seinfeld served as
be.-t man to the bridegroom.
Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Seinfeld. 5225 NE 5th Ave.,
the new Mrs. Glazer attended Edi-
son High. Her husband, owner
of Glazer Air Conditioning Co.. is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Glazer. of London. England, where
he received his education.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the newlyweds will live on
Harbor Island.
Women's Ulpan
At Beth David
Over 50 women are attending
the L'lpan sessions. Women's In-
stitute, given Tuesday mornings
from 9:30 i-.m. to noon at Beth
David Congregation. Mrs Maur-
ice Kellner is chairman.
Led by Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro, subject for the lecture series
is "Our Moral Law.'" Text used
is "Everyman's Talmud." by Dr.
A. Cohen. Sub-topics include
"Does Man Have Free Will0.'' "Is
the Soul Immortal?." "Is Man
Created Gocd or Evil?." and "Are
the Good Rewarded and the Wick-
ed Punished?"
Registration for the first semes-
ter which will continue through
Dec. 17. is still open.
A beginners Hebrew course, led
by Cantor William A Lipson. is'
also being offered.
B'nai Abraham Oneg
Co-chairmen ol Temple B'nai
Abraham Sisterhood <>neg Shah
bat and program on Friday even-
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and Ira A. Joffey.
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HE Council of Jewish Feder-
ations arid Welfare Funds
jed its four-dap session with a
luktail partv and formal ban-
|.i Saturday night at the Dip-
| Hotel. Chairman of the
i lit was Mrs Stanley C. Myers.
r this special occasion, she
re a black peau do sole with
I ml : brocading Her
- I .! id bracelet-length
i! shape l skiii.
i snstein < hose a
1 n in a lull skirl
'. i Inei Kren
covered with
sii\ ei i-.i \ icr
| n li il around
|i ep I collar \\;ili sil-
1 tads
I v. as the
II in Mi Sam Heiman. Her
leal overs ted h n d
beted buttons. An emerald
In silk alpaca dinner costume
worn bj Mrs. Louis Heiman
jlitted bodice had a scooped
time and tap sleeves.
|S. Arnold Sedeer selected a
(ilack silk faille sheath with
atching waist length fitted
Black silk with an cm-
fered floral motif in jet
and sequins was worn by
Samuel Friedlaod. Mrs.
Kaplan's turquoise silk
'had deep "V" decolletage
neckline in both front and
Her sheath skirt was
trically craped across one
Irs Sidney Lefcourt. whose
is president of the Great-
ami Jewish Federation,
kn imported black silk bro-
|ith a deep squared neck-
elbow-length sleeves.
was the color choice of
iron I'arr and Mrs. Jean
un, who were vice chair-
[the Assembly, Mrs. Farr's
moss crepe sheath was embroid-
ered over the entire bodice with
white cavier heads and gold iri-
descent sequins. Chiffon over silk
talfeta was worn by Mrs. Leh-
man. Her classic sheath had a
matching hip-length jacket with
interesting treatment at the neCK
line. From New York. Mrs. Jos-
esp Willen, who is national pres-
ident ol the National Council of
Jewish Women, chose a I rillianl
multi-colored floral print on a
background ol white silk.
IJRS. Carl Weinkles black rib
bon lace ft atured a si allopcd
scooped neckline. Her icath
had short sl< es. Pink silk i
fon was worn bj Mr li .
Lewis. Wide free floating pan-
niers hun from the hack i I hi r
neckline. Mrs. Leah Udell's black
silk sheath featured scroll appli-
ques of sell fabric. An iced blue
embossed brocade sheatn was
the choice of Mrs. Sarah Green-
burg. Mrs. Rose b. Cohen's gown
had a fitted bodice of gold and
silver brocade topping a full
black chiffon skirt.
Chairman of the Young Ma-
tron's Division. Mrs. Benedict A.
Silverman. wore a gold on-gold
brocade sheath with a tailored
three-quarter-length coat. Con-
trast of the richness of the fabric
to the Sample classic lines was
startling. Mrs. Leon Ell selected
a royal purple silk sheath with a
draped how over 0A6 hip. Powder
blue and lavendar combined in
the floral chilfon print worn by
Mrs. Jack Waldman. The bleus
on bodice dropped low over the
waistline and her skirt was full.
Mrs. Joseph Waldman's print
was in mint green and pink. Her
silk sheath was detailed with iri-
descent sequins which outlined
the print
Mrs. Max Hecht receives an award in behalf of herself and
her husband presented by the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami at a brunch Sunday in the Alq!ers Hotel.
Leon J. Ell, president of the Council, p ns en orcird or. Mrs.
Hecht, who together with Mr. Kecht, c.rre-.t'y recuperat
from a recent il'ness, heve been ide::!.:;..d with JNi
for many years.
Beth Dcv'd Will Kecr
Airman
JFCS Officials
Accept Citation
At Conference
Strength to Families Under
Stress" is the theme cf the Fam-
ily Service Association of Amer-
ica's 1963 biennial conference this
week at the Sheraton-Palace Hotel
in San Francisco.
Dr. William C. Menn'nger. pres-
ident of the Menningcr Foundation
of Topeka. and Dr. Ellen Winston,
Commissioner of Welfare. U.S. De-
partment of Health, Education and
Welfare, head the list of speakers
addressing the more than 1.000
representatives cf Family Service
aqeneip* throughout the country at
the conference.
Mrs. Burton B Goldstein, pres-
ident of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, a beneficiary
agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and JFCS
Executive Director Leon D.
Fisher are representing the Mi-
ami cc-nmunity at the confer-
ence, where they have been se-
lected to receive a first-place
award for an outstanding visual
dlsr!ay oi th? work of the ajency.
The Family and
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n a and has offic is at 4.5
:: I Miami, and at 420
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
Cap: Leo Gardner, district New officers electei al a recent JFCS is a professional social
sales manager for El Al Israel meeting of the groun are Barry case work agency providing family
Airlines in the Miami area, will r,el,,u'r. president; Harriet Ostrie counseling, foster care and adop-
' and Joan Bernstein, vice presi- tion. service to the senior citizen,
be featured speaker at the Tues- dcn(s. Mj|cs Banks ar(| B(mnie ht,,p wi,h otho|. pcrsonal and social
day evening meeting ol Beth Dav- \fooney. secretaries: and Marvin problems, information, and refer-
id Young Adults. Tamarkin, treasurer. ral service.
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be held in the Wolfson | American colony.
Mrs. Bari'ett Frcedman. of the
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the discussion. | Mrs. David Muskat will give a
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+Jenist HcrldHar
Friday, November 15, 1953
Israel Investors
Dinner on Sunday
Maurice Revitz and Jack Fop
ick, local civic and business lead
en, and members ot the board
of the Israel Investors Corp., have
invited Miami area Israel Inves
- Corp. stockholders and othei
interested persons to attend a din
M r at the Barcelona Hotel on
Si nday.
The conn any paid to its stock
holders in September a 4 percent
-t ick distribution, making this
the third such distribution in ad
dttion to the regular quarterly
dividend.
Revitz and Popick said that "the
progress and growth of the com-
pany continues. The portfolio of
securities owned by the company
ia valued in excess of $18,000,000
Our investment program continues
to be directed to the major areas
of growth, in diversified indus-
tries, that either save Israel hard
currency or earn hard currency,
and will grow and develop with
the growth and development ot
the Israel economy."
Israel Investors Corp. is an
American company registered
with the Security and Exchange
Commission, and came into being
:it the reque-t of the Israel Gov-
ernment to encourage private in
Mtment in Israel.
City Commission Race Next Tuesday-
WILLIAM KATZ
Continental Set
For Holiday Fetes
Continental Caterers of Miami.
3393 Bird Rd ha* completed ar-
ri nccments to assi>t persons plan-
a holiday season or New
Y< iii's eve part\
Continental Caterers, known for
ts-kosher quality foods, is otfering
ifully decorated platters of
: corned beef, rolled beef.
strami. tongui bee! bologna
Ot] ::li.
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sign with
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S. T.
Scout to Get
Highest Award
William Katz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Katz. of 350 SW 30th
Ct.. will be presented a Ner Tamid
Award, the highest award in
Tewish Scouting, at services to be
held at Temple Beth Shirah on
Friday at 8:15 p.m.
William is an Eagle Scout and
a student at Miami Senior High
I School. He has been the recip-
1 ient of many Scouting honors, in-
j eluding 32 merit badges for out-
handing studies and service.
William is a member of the con-
firmation ciass of 1964. and will
be blessed at the Torah on Sat-
ur.iav at the 10:30 a.m. service.
Friedlond Named
To Riddle Board
Samuel Friedland. founder and
chairman of the board of Food,
Fair Store-. hy been elected to
the Board >l Directors of Riddle
Airlines, Inc., James B. Franklin,
ounced this week.
[n addition to the supermarket
now tilth largest in the na-
ith 500 res in a 10-state
Ps currrent bus-
(-- innust- include the Diplo-
H itel and Country Club in
Hollywood, and the l're-idential
try Club i.i Hallan-
He 1- president of Food Fair
',"1 ; rties Inc., toun led in 1935
velop nnd operate large-scale
h Dg centers
Among1 candidates seeking elec-
tion to the Miami City Commis-
sion in next Tuesdays balloting
are the following:
Sidney Aronovitz
Sidney Aronovitz was chosen by
the Miami City Commission on
Oct. 1, 1962 to fill the unexpired
term of Commissioner Henry L.
Balaban. Aronovitz is now seek-
ing reelection.
M> effo-ts will be devoted to
continue eod. honest, efficient
city government.'- Aronovitz de-
clares, "with emphasis upon in-
tegrity in office, coupled with an
unqualified pledge to act at all
times in the best interest of the
people."
Aronovitz points out that "this'
past year. I am proud to have as- ,
serted leadership in the denial of
a requested 15 percent water rate
increase, and to have sponsored
the strong, unwatered Conflict of
Interest Ordinance adopted by the
Commission."
Other of the candidate's goals
include "improvement of city ser-
vices and facilities within limits
of present tax levels, saving of:
tax dollars by control purchasing
Ol supplies and equipment with,
Metro and other cities, and in-
tensive revitalization of business
areas such as downtown, and de-
velopment of the Magic City
Plan."
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Bill Dock
Repair of Miami's tax struc-
ture" is pledged by City Commis-
sion Candidate Bill Dock, an au-
tomobile dealer, who also vow-
"to fight elimination of our busi-
ness-rippling inventory tax."
The son of a Miami pioneer
family. Dock points to a recent
survey ol the Economic Advisory
Board "showing what is happen-
ing to Miami business and indus-
trial firms, and thi* trend 1-
:. g to icontinue if riliof 1- not
forthcoming."
Candidate in Group :;. i> ick
served on Miami's Planning and
Zoning Board, He .- ;i member of
Beth David C01 gre gation, B'nai
B'rith. and other .Ir.'ivn organi
zations. lie i- also ;* charter
member and past president of
Variety Children's Hospital.
Doek'> campaign treasurers are
longtime Miamians S J. 1 Pop
Spector and Louis Spector. li
a Universitj of Miami graduate

Steve Clark
A member 01 the American Le-
gion. Dade County Young Demo
crat-. Veterans of Foreign Wars.
and member of South Florida
Planning; and Zoning Association.
Steve Clark served for five years
on the City of Miami Planning
and Zoning Board, two years as
chairman.
His platform aims for "harmony
on the commission, businesslike
operation, end of duplicate ser-
vices between city and county,
central urban renewal agency,
strict enforcement of conflict of
interest ordinance, central plan-
| ning agency in full cooperation
I with Metropolitan Planning Agen-
cy, elimination of license fees, and
I providing much-needed facilities
1 for senior citizens in parks here."

Jim McVeigh
Jim McVeigh is a candidate for
commission in Group 2. His sup-
; porters characterize McVeigh as
j "an aggressive and qualified lib-
I eral capable of rending the best
service."
McVeigh 1 a veteran of World
! War II and a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School. He
has served as assistant city at-
torney and has practiced in bade
County for more than 10 years
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Joe X. DuMond
Joe X. DuMond is seeking re-
election to the Miami City Com-
mission.
DuMi nd'i supporters say he
"co-sponsored the fust pri
tax reduction in yean, Introduced
the first minimum liou-11.
hading the fight to eradii
shims, sponsored competitive bid
ding in the city's insurance pro-
tram, sponsor- the Miami Marine
Stadium, and introduced legisla-
tion leadina to the present trash,
garbage and refuse collection
system.'
DuMond is campaigning for
more and better jobs through in-
creased business and industrial
advantages, further tax reductions,
increased park and recreational
facilities, and continued fight
against slums and crime "
George B. Collins
George B. Collins is a candi
date for Max or of Miami. He has
lived here for 38 years. He head-
-*d the Collins Transport and T
minal Corp.. and later owned am-
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His platlerm calls for "reestab.
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lames Camner Barry Schechter Mark lippman
Scoff Ross
Jfyar ^Mitzvah
Mark Jay Lippman
irk Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lippman, and grand-
uf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ort
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lipp-
uill bt- Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
y morning, Nov. 16. Rabbi
I Waxman will conduct the
nony during services at Tem-
lon.
eighth grade student at
Miami Junior High, the
rant plays cornet in the
1 band. He plans to con-
his studies in the Temple
confirmation class.
diish will be tendered the
[itzvah following services.
Scott Rots
Mitnah of Scott, son of
iid Mrs Louis Ross, will be
rated on Saturday morning. ]
1G. ai Temple Km ami -Kl.
Dr. Lrving Lehrman officiat-
t is vice president of the
I grade at Ida M. Fisher
High, captain of the foot-'
cam, and plays trumpet in
Ivanced school band. Active ;
lletics. he has received the
cal Fitness Award and won
1 swimming honors in Jun-
lympic competition.
Following the ceremony, the
celebrant will be honored at Kid-
dush in Sirkin Hall, and again in
the evening at a dinner to be held
in the Algiers Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Levine, of
New York grandparents of the
Bar Mitzvah. will be here for the
occasion.
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Robert Warshaw
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
officiate at the 'Bar Mitzvah of
Robert Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Warshaw. during services
at Beth David on Saturday, Nov.
16.
An eighth grade student at
Shcnandoah Junior High, the cele-
brant is a Student Council repre-
sentative and participates in all
school athletics.
Following services, a KiJdush
will be held in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah.
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Mark Lomaskin
Mark Alan Lomaskin will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 16,
at Beth David, with Rabbi Nor-
man N. Shapiro officiating.
Interested in history' and swim-
ming, Mark is an ardent cyclist
and plans to travel throughout the
United .States with a Hostelry
Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lomas-
kin, active member- of Beth Dav-
id, will honor their son at the
Kfadusn following the ceremony.

Brry Schechter
Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah Ol Mar
ry, BOn of Mr. and Mis. Samuel
Schechter, on Saturday morning,
Nov. 16. at Temple Emanu-El.
An eighth made student at Nauti-
lus Junior High, where he is a
member of the school chorus and
was on the Conduct Honor Roll,
Barry was winner of the Presi-
dential Physical Fitness Award.
His interests include baseball,
football and science.
The celebrant will be honored
it the Kiddush following the cere-
mony and at a football dinner Sat-
urday evening at the Shore Club
: Hotel.
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James Camner
On Saturday morning, Nov. 16,
during services conducted by Rab-
bi Mordecci Podet at Temple
Judea, Bar Mitzvah of James Jos-
eph Camner will be observed.
James is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ponce Junior High and
plays the clarinet in the school's
concert band. He collects Amer-
ican coins and won a marksman-
ship badge for riflery.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Solloway,
1405 Country Club Prado, will host
the Kiddush in their son's honor.
Play Honors
Sabbath Fete
A play in honor of Sabbath was
pre ented bj students ol a Sunday
School class last Sunday" morning
in the Israeli' Centers Social
Hall. The play was written am'
lirected by Mrs. George Saft, in-
structor.
The program was introduced by
Phyliss Zisman. head Sunday-
School teacher.
Students participating were Abe
Meister, Steve Saltzman, Laura
Saltzman, David Rickles. Susan
Schwartz. Vickie Kermisch, Harry
Klciman, Patricia Burns, Risa
Dranow, Sherry Greenwald, Alan
Kleinum. Marvin Kirsner, Janet
Meister. Ben Plotkin, Karen Zis-
man, and Betsy Jordan.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
greeted the assembly.
Morton Towers Hadassah
Mrs. Morn- Minov. educa I
'icr president of Morton Tow i
Croup of Hadassah, i-. m char
of arrangements lor the sti
gaoup to meet at the home i
v s. Her men Braun on Tuesdi <
12:3:t p.m. Mrs. Samuel S. G< I
berg is president.
Roney Director to Speak
Ben Shir.dler. newly-appointed
managing director of the Roncy
Plaza Hotel, will be guest speak-
er at the special Founder's Day
dinner of the Housekeeper's Asso-
ciation at the Roney on Thursday.
Nov. 21. "What the Housekeep-
ing Department Means to Manage-
ment" will be Shindler's tonic at
; this special annual affair in hon-
or of the Association's founder.
Margaret Barnes.
November Home Show
More than 125 firms will begin
showing off their wares and ser-
vices Sunday when the huge No-.
vcmber Home Show opens its l
doors at Dinner Key Auditorium.
The show will be open from 2 to
1 10 p.m., daily, Sunday through
Sunday, Nov. 24, reports its di-
rector, John S. Gassaway. On j
hand to cut the ribbon for first i
; day ceremonies will be Miami's >
1 Mayor Robert King High and Maj.
Gen. Harry Sands, commanding |
1 general at Cape Canaveral.
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T
ieth birthday party honoring Morris
eider held at the Famous Restaurant, 671
lington Ave brought together these
'is of the celebrant: Morris Shneider, Fred
'.eider. Dr. Saul Kaplan, Dave Relnick, Bob
Gelringer, Maurice Collegeman. Phil Katzman,
Jack Gotchman, George White, Maurice Holtz-
man, Dr. Milton Lyons, Walter Falk, Henry
Weitzkin, Ben Myckon and Joe Berman.
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fc-EiN. Edward, 82, < 801 SW
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|er. Bernard. 42, of TI4S sw
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Sadie, 72. ( II7 Mar.
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|iBlatt, .Mis Sarah, 68, of
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ITEIN, Mrs Rebecca, 7.".. ..i :'..'
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EIN. Mi- Ida, M, Of 17 1!
... dleil Nov. 7. s. rices
Riverside.
|s?. Mr* Sally, Bll, i.f 135 RW
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. it) Philadelphia, Blas-
I. tlr* Hattle liirns. 7s. ,,f
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. .in.I Nov. 6. Rlversldi
V.BLIT. Israel, 7:i. ..f 711.'
Uii srside.
IN, Harold, 65, of |68fl c,.|-
Servlces In Brooklyn.
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KIEFER, Mi. I ,.,,.,.s |t
NW 17th Ave Riverside
KNEPFER. Mr,, AJain,,.
I'olllnH Ave s. i vT
NY. Blaabera
MARKOF r. Loom, 89, ol 2!
T. i- s'. i\ Ices m i 'levels
SILBER. David, 87, oi ia
vanla Ave. Riverside.
KRis&bi.. ,im ,.n. v., ,,r 520 XR t t 111<
si .li.-.i Nut. i Riverside.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
kl of 3301
In toll Eera,
349 BW mil
ml i io don.
ol, 1', II isyl-
LEGAL NOTICE
r/re Firm Branch
iction of Norton Tire
> now branch at 9001
I.- Highway is now 40 per
pnplete, it was announced
k by Norton Pallot, pres-
The stoic will serve the
liami Kendall Dade'and
Marcus Construction Com-
sel .lan i. 1964 as tar-
completion.
>J.e of Convention
B. Wolfe. 372 Opa-
''! .' past president of
County Optometric Asso
"II attend a state con-
ttee meeting in Or-
'-"\ l1:! l)r Wolfe i-=
I the DCOA Practice
Committee, Ethics
Set iion. and is ac-
l.irs' Bureau.
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 63-5407
OKKAI.I A. ki:Ai:\ky.
I .Mill 111,
1 .-
II VIII >l.l i M, Mi "RAN and
KVA I. Mi IRAN, Ills Wife,
|l. I. II.':,,,. -
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO; HAK...... m Mul(A.\ .m.I
EVA I.. ,\|i IRAN, Ills w lie,
Rdiflclo Sun Bernardo
Ai>n tado Aereo 5119,
I M.....illli.
Colombia, South America
Yi'l AKK HEREBY NOTII'IEU that
:i suit li.i.- been ImoukIU hk;ijii-i von
by l> Kit A Ml A. KKARNEY, Plulntlff,
for damaaer In the amounl ol TWO
Tli'il'SA.Mi, ONE HUNDRED X1NE-
| TY'-ONE and '." I'm ($3,191.iKl| l"H.-
i.aks, ani| |,, Imitreaa Bald claim
iiRalnm in. followinii propert) siiunii-
in l kule < 'ounty, Klorida
1. Lot 1. IlhH-k is. Cl/TL-ER RIDGE
KM'TION Ki'i'i:, according to ili-
I'l.u thereof ax recorded in I 'Lit
Monk (in, l':iu.- :';:. ,.| the Ini.li.
I;.....i.i- of Dade County, Florida,
uhnli propel i\ .,> s.'iz.-.l by Metro-
|H>lltan Sheriff's levj on the 22nd da)
..I ix-tober, 1963 undtr a Writ of At-'
tachinem. and
2. All funda of the defendant* in tin.
hnnda ..I 111. Klrel Nation..1 Hank
of Uomeatead,
which rumln were veiled by Writ of:
Garnishment served uikon saiii Gar-
in-lir. ..n in.- I'Mh I9IH, .it 9:23 A.M.
TAKE NOTICE THAT TOC ARE
! REgl'IREl) TO 111,1-: YiHK AN-
SW'KK to said Complaint with th.-
Clerk of the abow at>led Court, iiml
I., serve a copj lheri-of on i'lainiifi s
attorneys, ALBERT I. WEI.NTRAl'H
and A. JAY CRISTOU 21'.' Security
Trual Building, Miami. Klorida, 31131,
not later than the Itth day of Decem-
ber, i:.::. in default of which Hi.
I allegations in plaintiffs Complaint j
| uIII be taken i- admitted, and a De-
: fault Judameni untered against you.
DATED at Miami, Km. Onunty,
Florida, this 12th day of November,
]!;...
.1. P, Mi i-i: M-KI7N. Clerk of
fin- i'iv il Court of Record
In ami iin- Dade County, Florida
(aealj By: JAMES C. HENHON
l i.-.iiuv i ierk
LAW ALBERT I. \\ KINTKACI!
A ,IA Y I'KIS'l'dl.
219 s.-.-uriiv Trual Building
Miami, Florida 33131
By: a Ju.i i i :.-(.!
All.., n. foi l'hOllllff
II 15-22-29 12 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICK Is HEREBY GIVEN that
ili.- uiiilerslgiii-d, deslrlne i* cng>tite In
di the flci itioii- name of
FIESTA I'AI'EL C iMI'ANY ill 1830
S \\ 7 : a Street,' So Mi.inn. Intends
i -:ii,i i .iin, u iih i iii "Ierk
if the i I irt of Ii ule < 'oont>.
Floi
\l MIVIN l'*LT Snt)
I'AII. KM ITNEY
Vttorii)-) mi
4ll\ersleln, K u n n. > .v Go
120 I.in. n n Road
II 15-22-29, I-' ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai i
iin undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI REACH MEDICAL CENTER
.ii I21X-I220 Washington Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida Intends to reg-
i-iii suld name with the Clerk of the
I'niiiii Court of l i-ni). Countv, Fiorina.
WAMHINflTt IX MEDICAL
I.AIli iRATl IRIRS, IN(' .
a l lorldn Corporation
HENRY A KAMI-
At tor lie) for
Miami Beach Medh al Center
122t Wusltlngton A\ .iin.-
.Miami II..I. h, Florida
II S-15-22-89
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 11585
tlRACYNE WENK,
I'lalntlff,
V K,
CHARLES I'KTKU WENK,
I ii-fi-mla nl
NOTICE OF SUIT
TOI*. CHARLES I"BTF:r WKNK, i
in hereby notified that a Complaint
for Divorce has been filed againat
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer or pleading to
the Complaint for Divorce on the
Plaintiff's attorney, KKN.nktii m
MYERS, of Myers, Heiman, Kaplan tc\
C'utsiimn, lt."iii K.W, l>i Street, M'ami
36, Florida, and file the original an-
swer or pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the :* t It da) of December, 1963,
li you fail in do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against yon for the
r, ii)-r demanded In the Complaint for
I ilvorce.
This notice shall lie published nine
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, this tth day ..f November,
1963.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
i-.-.ili B) C. IV '( >l'I-:LAND,
Deputy Clerk
KENNETH M. MYERS
i m Myera, Heiman, Kaplan A Cataman
Attorne) for Plaintiff
1150 S.W. 1st Street
Miami 36, I lorida
11. 8-13-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61275 A
IN RE: Estate of
JACt HI L. ROKEN,
also known us JACOB ROSEN,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I'n All Creditors and a ii Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami requir-
ed in present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnaf tin- ea-
tali- of JACOB L. ROSEN, also known
as JACOB ROSEN, deceased late ..!
I'.ol. County, Klori'la. to the County
Judges ..f Hade County, and file the
-ami- in duplicate and a- provided in
Section 733. k8, Florida Statutes, in
tli.-ir oi'fi.-. s in tin- County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, .: Ihe same
will be barred.
I lated ill Mia ill, Floi i.l I, this 12th
da) of Not min ,-. A I 196
HENRY l;i .sen
As Executor
I- Irsl publlcal Ion ol this notl.....n
the 15th da) of November, 191
l. U WtKiDAKD and
MAI Rll 'i: Z I'.l'N'i IARI'
Attorne) for ''........i
7"7 lllsi a) in- Building
Miami. I- iin Ida
li l:.-:'.'-j:'. 12 '.
IN THE ClRCUi r COURT UF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 6CC 10650
1'iill.AK SA\ IXtiS R \\K IP THE
i I TV i IF XEW Yi IRK,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
OSCAR JAR HOE, -t u\. .1 al,
I lefendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: iis.-ar .lai-iio- and Emily Jarbne,
bis wife, Residence L'nknown
ami ii remarried, their unknown
spoil,, s, If living and if dead, tin-, un-
known heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
signees, llenors, creditors, trustees or
other claimants claiming by, through,
under or against any of the abovi
named defendants who are deceased
You in,, hereby notified that lh<
above captloned action has been In-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Courl of the inn Judicial Circuit ol
Florida iu ami for Dade Count) t<
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real pnperty:
Lot I, Block 13, SCOTT LAKE
MANOR, SECTION SIN, according |
to i iii- Plat thereof, recorded In Putt
Look :, ai ram il of the Public
Records of Dade County, Morion,
together with Venetian Blinds.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, ami
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney MARTIN FINE, I itli Floor,
Da.le Federal Building, Miami 32.
Florida not later than Xovembei -.
1963, or :i Decree I'm Confesso wlli
lt- entered against vim.
DATED: October 22, 1963
K B, LEATHERMAN
t'lerk of the Circuit Court
is.all By: N. A. HF2WITT,
I i.-i'iity I'l.-i k
MARTIN PINE
Attorne) for I'lalntlff
nth Floor I'aile Federal Bldg.
-Miami 32, Plorida
I" 25, 11 I-8-1S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61085-C
IN RE: Estate of
NnltMAN CONRAD SARKIKOPP,
a k a Nnl.MAN i'. SAKKISOF'P,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims in Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
I mauds which you may have against
I the estate of NORMAN CONRAD
SAitKlsol'l". a/k/a NORMAN C
I 8ARKISOFF deceased late of Dade
County. Plorida, to the Connty Judges
of Dade County, and til.- the same in
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.16, Fini lila Statutes, In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade i'minty. Florida, within six cal-
endar mouths from the time of the
first iiuli'.i'-ation lieienf. or the same
will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this isth
da) of < ii-tolii i. A.I i. 1963,
ELLA MARTHA SINKS
As Exeeutrix
First 1'iiiilii-niio'i of this nol on
the 25th day of 'itoiii-i-. 1963
HARRY ZI'KERNICK
Attorney for FSxeouti is
420 Unioln III Miami Beach
_______________ i" 25. n i-\-ir.
NOTICE UNDER
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
V'Jewist' fhrid/iairr
solicits your legal notice*.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarante*
accurate service at legal
rates .
fHal I II 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C11964
I i.isiv WIN VAN METER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOYCE i.KlANIi VAN METER
I lefi-lldaut
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS. JiiYCE BRIAND
VAN METER
s:: i Aahwood Drive
Sim ma, leorgla
You, lore I-: BRIAND V A N
METER, are Im.-liy notified that ..
BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been
fhed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a cops of your Answer
or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorney. WILLIAM
l. .M.-i l.l'SKEY. i".7."i Palm Avenue.
Hlaleah, Floriila, and fill- tl.....riginul
Answer or Pleading in the office of
th. Clerk of tin- Circuit court on or
before Hie 9th da) of December, 1963.
If von fail to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will I., taken against you for th
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
fins notice shall lie published once
. a.-h week for foui consecutive w< i ks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND OHDEKlvD at Miami.
Florida, mis .'.tii day of November,
A 0 1963.
E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Countyt F*lorhla
laeal) By: K. M. lymaN
Deputy cierk
WILLIAM .1. MlLISKEY
1573 Palm Ave., Ilia I..Mi. l-'la
I hone: 987-2233
11 s-l'.-22-2:i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS llr.UEin Gl\EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
i.i sin. ss under the fictitious name of
i ROWN KESTAI'KAXT al 27lll West
F'lagler Street Intends t.. register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of I'a.I. Count.... Florida.
IIEXJAMIN BKLON
jf:r<'Mi-: i;. mreexe
Attorne) for Benjamin Skli n
UII Securlt) Ti iil Bldg
\l i.i mi 32, El.ui.I..
S-I3-2S
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK IIEI'.EK.Y GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious nami of
Si I r.AVITS HEALTH PRODUCTS
1864 I: rd Rottd Intendi egisti i
said name with the Clerk of the
Court of I >ade i "ountv. l-"'o. in.i.
DR. MARVIN M SILVERBERG
Sole l iu in
! All. KWITNEY
Sllvi i-i. m K \v .in. .\ ioudiss
I A i lorne) foi v noli' am
120 Lincoln Road
1 l" 25, 11 i -s-r.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' 111:1:1-71:V GIVEN tin
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engugi
-> undei the fictitious an me
Sl'NSHINR MI'MC SERVU'K nl II
Collins Ave., Miami Beach Inti
-. glster said name with the i' -
no Circuit Court ol Bade C
F'lorida.
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Page 12-B +Jenist HcrldHar Friday, November 15, 1953 Israel Investors Dinner on Sunday Maurice Revitz and Jack Fop ick, local civic and business lead en, and members ot the board of the Israel Investors Corp., have invited Miami area Israel Inves Corp. stockholders and othei interested persons to attend a din M r at the Barcelona Hotel on Si nday. The conn any paid to its stock holders in September a 4 percent -t ick distribution, making this the third such distribution in ad dttion to the regular quarterly dividend. Revitz and Popick said that "the progress and growth of the company continues. The portfolio of securities owned by the company ia valued in excess of $18,000,000 Our investment program continues to be directed to the major areas of growth, in diversified industries, that either save Israel hard currency or earn hard currency, and will grow and develop with the growth and development ot the Israel economy." Israel Investors Corp. is an American company registered with the Security and Exchange Commission, and came into being :it the reque-t of the Israel Government to encourage private in Mtment in Israel. City Commission Race Next TuesdayWILLIAM KATZ Continental Set For Holiday Fetes Continental Caterers of Miami. 3393 Bird Rd„ ha* completed arri nccments to assi>t persons plana holiday season or New Y< iii's eve part\ Continental Caterers, known for ts-kosher quality foods, is otfering ifully %  decorated platters of %  : corned beef, rolled beef. strami. tongui bee! bologna Ot] ::li. I %  : black .. 1. s and s n ..-tanl. ; rolls, papli and i -' ery. %  %  tters ol assort d'oeuvres I is indi 1 • sign with ipbane, %  %  %  5 fri — S. T. Scout to Get Highest Award William Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Katz. of 350 SW 30th Ct.. will be presented a Ner Tamid Award, the highest award in Tewish Scouting, at services to be held at Temple Beth Shirah on Friday at 8:15 p.m. William is an Eagle Scout and a student at Miami Senior High I School. He has been the recip1 ient of many Scouting honors, inj eluding 32 merit badges for outhanding studies and service. William is a member of the confirmation ciass of 1964. and will be blessed at the Torah on Satur.iav at the 10:30 a.m. service. Friedlond Named To Riddle Board Samuel Friedland. founder and chairman of the board of Food, Fair Store-. hy been elected to the Board >l Directors of Riddle Airlines, Inc., James B. Franklin, ounced this week. [n addition to the supermarket now tilth largest in the naith 500 res in a 10-state Ps currrent bus(-innustinclude the DiploH itel and Country Club in Hollywood, and the l're-idential try Club i.i HallanHe 1president of Food Fair ',"1 ; rties Inc., toun led in 1935 velop nnd operate large-scale h %  Dg centers Among 1 candidates seeking election to the Miami City Commission in next Tuesdays balloting are the following: Sidney Aronovitz Sidney Aronovitz was chosen by the Miami City Commission on Oct. 1, 1962 to fill the unexpired term of Commissioner Henry L. Balaban. Aronovitz is now seeking reelection. M> effo-ts will be devoted to continue eod. honest, efficient city government.' Aronovitz declares, "with emphasis upon integrity in office, coupled with an unqualified pledge to act at all times in the best interest of the people." Aronovitz points out that "this past year. I am proud to have as, serted leadership in the denial of a requested 15 percent water rate increase, and to have sponsored the strong, unwatered Conflict of Interest Ordinance adopted by the Commission." Other of the candidate's goals include "improvement of city services and facilities within limits of present tax levels, saving of: tax dollars by control purchasing Ol supplies and equipment with, Metro and other cities, and intensive revitalization of business areas such as downtown, and development of the Magic City Plan." fc < % %  Bill Dock •Repair of Miami's tax structure" is pledged by City Commission Candidate Bill Dock, an automobile dealer, who also vow"to fight elimination of our business-rippling inventory tax." The son of a Miami pioneer family. Dock points to a recent survey ol the Economic Advisory Board "showing what is happening to Miami business and industrial firms, and thi* trend 1:. g to icontinue if riliof 1not forthcoming." Candidate in Group :;. i> ick served on Miami's Planning and Zoning Board, He .;i member of Beth David C01 gre gation, B'nai B'rith. and other .Ir.'ivn organi zations. lie ialso ;* charter member and past president of Variety Children's Hospital. Doek'> campaign treasurers are longtime Miamians S J. 1 Pop Spector and Louis Spector. li a Universitj of Miami graduate • • Steve Clark A member 01 the American Legion. Dade County Young Demo crat-. Veterans of Foreign Wars. and member of South Florida Planning; and Zoning Association. Steve Clark served for five years on the City of Miami Planning and Zoning Board, two years as chairman. His platform aims for "harmony on the commission, businesslike operation, end of duplicate services between city and county, central urban renewal agency, strict enforcement of conflict of interest ordinance, central plan| ning agency in full cooperation I with Metropolitan Planning Agency, elimination of license fees, and I providing much-needed facilities 1 for senior citizens in parks here." • • • Jim McVeigh Jim McVeigh is a candidate for commission in Group 2. His sup; porters characterize McVeigh as j "an aggressive and qualified libI eral capable of rending the best service." McVeigh 1 a veteran of World War II and a graduate of the University of Miami Law School. He has served as assistant city attorney and has practiced in bade County for more than 10 years • Joe X. DuMond Joe X. DuMond is seeking reelection to the Miami City Commission. DuMi nd'i supporters say he "co-sponsored the fust pri tax reduction in yean, Introduced the first minimum liou-11. hading the fight to eradii shims, sponsored competitive bid ding in the city's insurance protram, sponsorthe Miami Marine Stadium, and introduced legislation leadina to the present trash, garbage and refuse collection system.' DuMond is campaigning for •more and better jobs through increased business and industrial advantages, further tax reductions, increased park and recreational facilities, and continued fight against slums and crime George B. Collins George B. Collins is a candi date for Max or of Miami. He has lived here for 38 years. He head-*d the Collins Transport and T minal Corp.. and later owned amoperated the W. A. Dickinsor 'Transfer Co. For the past £ years, he has been in the invest. ment securities business His platlerm calls for "reestab. lishing an effective Police Department for reduction ol violent and other crimes, create a better bu.. iness climate in Miam ment affairs, establish tenance program of Citj 1 streets and sidewalkfor safety modernize street and • up program. govern. mainSuperb catering in a luxurious new setting Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parkingon premises For groups from 15 to 1500... superb cuisine ...fine wines, experienced personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379-8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI *


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;.I AMttaf rtrrfM^r r_-j i!i_ rnaaj. '-'1963 rVeVe Hkr/recf Against Red Editor's Whitewash ^ IT — _m- 3--*i %  %  ••> %  %  -* .re**••€ %  "" z&vx *-^a • •• r**TIITT *j rrt • %  —•: %  -wye_ .... • • • .-.: %  • %  : x acsu ii iniipi i -.itsrae-r tt catei fMaraac : IMI %  Va K9V" %  • %  State To Dep Egypt t Vows Aid Will Continue y ; v :•-• I i :•:• %  • .-%  %  • %  -*rlnr Rat*: •,-t the I'afceA(tei : i*Me i or H*S *•* an*fc ajaaw*u,> =g0) j MK fit" *' eir tM|t U alto* kUB IO tfir but art at kaa ac :a =*e tif IT *-: — *rf*"o r T *? ** •*>- • • "C.aars *•: Mi raxjec — SJ--* i • —•< : jw aa flat %  % % % %  %  '• wmut *c *• %  '* : —* '*5W= I MTU | %  -*>-: :-.!• r. ... ^ t •*. ; -, : Going south? Tnis time go all the way for a different, exciting holiday in Puerto Rico. %  %  %  %  %  r ::•: %  : ~ %  %  a i Uaaa aw xr -** etr *r" •? ;r -* %  ••:-"> %  -.%  Beth Moshe YoirHi Elected Women in Mkimi This time come to the Americana in San Juan. • •. %  m %  %  %  j. •: Z ...-": %  : -""-'.%  %  ti at-M >i: — ***r *• • *-"e!: %  *'"" i **h >" _t.-jrro.'—• •: %  : *-c ^* %  • t s "• *s • %  it^i^tr — :fci4 tr pct: it~TB.--: • — •* _'--^-c v..:= -: ; = :; %  : • • t •, "'*t — %  "•"" e K%  %  t *-: .-;.:"= %  : =-• tt %  ontf.Sc %  : : %  rescrva: :-s : • :* W MM I :' ; UN • "5" mencana j THINGS ARE HAPPENING -.A*! • :.:•.-: -? : ; : %  z? \.ri %  : :. :: % %  -i -;. :. :: : t i % %  : ; : : : % % % %  MB *v %  • ^ i r ;-• t f r r^ao-MMi v DM — *t&t SaaMaMa* **s T-O- rusts UH..I; — : • :— •* i i ••: 7 ZJT t*-jaK = iar.sj tr*r -f • tit — iMM pr.;r-r ; ~iirr £i-x .c %  r • :•:: s*s ^ ITIM tie*-. -• s>; fcirf "'' tur %  W caaaa* aae tr* as *a n*j %  ar < .! ai ^ari Ii fri,i-su Shaw Travel Service 245 U. isi Sre Sr* WKAT-FM %  %  %  I %  -: Mr? : i* FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK • %  ir;.: %  faft • l Maajl HaW SArT 60S SHAW Mi U w.. % £ v ~':i... Uaaaa afl laax %  20"= WSCOUNT rja x— • CAMatAS • RLM *i rMMai. HaMBjn; aal v lr-mt ••, ""•<•: 1W Mi *5-r ^ r >^Mr> v c htea/ -e .".: :; FtfWSl '.'.-con WKAT-FM W on youv FM dial V V.' S ONLY P.RE OASS CAl MUSIC S'A" ON •; V0\E L'VE Co-^'-sl WKAT-FM



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Friday. November 15, 1963 *. iVw if HarkRoun Page 3-B Federation Us.lt Plans Meetina Presi eni' ol all leading ivy. <*\ Women's Orgai iz iti i Greater Miami have been invited in attend a Bimilrinnti Coffee Hour on Thursday. Nov. 21. sponsored by I he Federal ion of Jewish Women Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Federation of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, viee president and chairman for the day. issued the invita tion for the 10 a.m. coffee to be %  held at lie Federation Board \ Room at 1317 Biscayne Blvd. The annual meeting of organization presidents will serve to pro•* ject the program of the Federation Women'-Group for the coming year and plan a special January conference of major impor fsnpa tr> the community. TempiNlenorah Sisterhood Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold a while elephant sale in the social hall of the temple on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Leo Sonnenblick is chairman of the affair and Mrs. Sam Belsky president of the Sisterhood. Reviews Slated At Ner Tamid First in a scries of four reviews sponsored by Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood will be given on Tues.• in SH-i. Al'd : *nri|irri at 10 a.m., to be followed by a luncheon. Rabhi Eugene Labovitz will review "The Conversion of Chaplain Cohen."' by Herbert Tarr. Chairman of the series is Mrs. Ben L. Fabric, with Mrs. Henrietta Fine as Sisterhood chairman. Hadassah Chief Scheduled on TV Mrs. Florence Barth, presi ; < t i i the Miami Beach Chapter >if Hadassah, will be a guest on the Molly Turner "Carousel" -In w over Ch. 10, Thursday. Nov. 21, at 7 45 a .m Mrs. Barth recently attended the 49th national convention of Hadassah in Washington, D.C., where she accepted three prizes*, I for the Miami Beach Chanter. These included the National ; Membership Achievement Award. 1962-63; oversubscription on all projects; and a citation tor nurchasing one quarter of a million i dollars in bends. Mrs. Barth this week said she is .' inticipating a large turnout at the tribute to members and lite; members to be held at the 1) • vjllc Hotel on Nov. 25. Eye-Full of Fashions" is the title of the fashion show with a French theme sponsored by Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at Westbrooke Country Club. Beach Council Women's Party Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard will extend greetings to members of Miami Beach Council 1 nl B'nai B'rith Women at the an-, nual paid-up membership party to be held on Thursday. Nov. 21, 7 30 p.m., at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Lester Arkin is president of the Council. Principal speaker will be Paul •MI lerman, member of the national commission, Anti-Defamation ue. Participating Miami Beach NOW! chapters are North Shore, Menorah, Halikvi'h. Freedom. Chai, Harmony and Miami Beach. Awards will be presented to the chapters bringing in the most new members and membership vice presidents will participate in a candlclighting ceremony. A group of musical selections will be offered by Mrs. Marie Balaban, with Bert Duckman at piano, and the Harmoncttes. of Harmony Chapter, will present a skit entitled 'The First Five Years are the Hardest Among philanthropies to which B'nai B'rith Women contribute are B'nai B'rith Children's Home at Bait V'Gan, Jerusalem, Leo N. I.I'M Memorial Hospital, National Jewish Hospital, and Bellefa're Hospital KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE PhoM FR 1-6551 Surf-Bal-Bay Book Month Fete In honor of lewish Book Month, the Surf-Bal-Bay Branch of the Miami Public l ibrarj is presenting Mrs. Helga Eason, head of public relations. Miami Public Library, in a review of Allen Kevin's new book. "Herbert II. Lehman and His Era." en Tuesday evening at the Recreation Center of Surfside. Mrs. Eason is vice president of the Miami Branch. National League of American Pin Women, on the Executive Board of the Welfare Planning Council, and the Program Committee of WTHS-TV. She is chairman of the Public Relations Committee of Florida Library Association and chairman of National Library Week Committee of the American Library Association. The Surf-Bal-Bay Branch has also prepared an exhibit ol books. including Elmer Rice's "Minority Report,' Arthur Cohen's "Natural and Supernatural .lew." Gerald Frank's "The Deed." Ben-Gurion's Israel." and Hannah Arendt's "Eichmann in Jerusalem." Cardiac Hospital Luncheon Monthly luncheon and car.i party of Miami Chapter. National Children'! Cardiac Hospital, is called for noon Tuesday at the hospital. Annual fund raising drive, with a goal of $100,000, has been set for Jan. 10 to 12. Treat your family to Kasha Varnishkes! KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals &FBUC, and ent ertaining with Kasha. Address request w,r / to: Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, New York MAM, THArS A DISH I 8 layer 'Hero" with Cream Cheese on every layer Delicious Dreams Come True WITH THE TASTIEST CREAM CHEESE IN TOWN KRA Make sura you get tha packet;* marked Philadelphia Brand. Guaranteed fresh when you buy It or your money back.That's Kraft's promise to you.. TASTIEST. because Philadelphia Brand cream cheese is made with that "particular appeal" to the yiddishen ta'am ... FRESHEST because it's the fastest-selling cream cheese in town. Certified Kosher.



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Page 12-A +Je*isl> noridHan Friday. November 15. 1963 United Synagogue Golden Jubilee Confab To Hear Talks by Prominent Leaders By Special Report NEW YORK — Dr. Louis Finkcistern, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will make his traditional biennial address to the United Synagogue of America at its Golden Jubilee Convention. Milton Berger. chairmar., has announced. Dr. Finkelstein will address the 2.000 delegates to the convention at the Founders Session on Tuesday morning. The convention will he held at the Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake. N.H., from Nov. 17 to 21 The Founders Session will honor the 22 congregations that joined to create the United Synagogue in 1913, and special citations will be presented to their representatives. The United Synagogue now lists 774 Conservative congregations in the U.S. and Canada. The same session will hear an address by Prof. Alexander Scheiber. director of the Hungarian Rabbinical Seminary in Budapest. Prof Scheiber. who vwted this country last summer, was the first official representative of the Jewish community of Hungary to come to the U.S. since World War II. One of Ihe convention^ plenary sessions will rcexamine the "Standards for Synagogue Practice" adopted by previous conventions. At this session. Henry M. Rapaport. of Timple Israel, in White Plains. NY.. United Synagogue vice president, and chairman of the Committee on Congregational Standards, will report on the committee's success in implement ing guidelines for synagogues. RABBI ROBERT COKDIS Beth David Delegation ,i und MrNorman N. TO and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip iff will head Beth David Condelegation to the j I ted Syi agogue of America's | n Jubilee convention. What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE,NERVOUS HEADACHES? Anacin* Tablets contain the pain reliever doctors recommend most for headache pain. And Anacin works fait. In 22 seconds after entering; your bloodstream, Anacin is speeding relief to your headache. 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Friday, November 15. 1963 *Jmtfffj nnricfiairi Page 11-A Full Text Issued of Vatican Communique on Jews Continued from Page 1-A nation but as the chosen people of the Old Testament. The clear and unequivocal language of the text gives the secretariat confidence that no other motive will be reed into it than of the late Pope John, who himself had wished that the theme be prepared for the Council Fathers. •The draft deals first with the ilcop bond that tics the church to the chosen people of the Old Testament. According to God's merciful design, the church has its mots in thx covenant made by t;<>d with Abraham and his descendants. This plan of salvation for all mankind finds its culmination in the coming of JCMIChnst, son of David and descendant of Abraham according to Ihe flesh. Through Him the di-j vine call first given to the chosen people of old is extended through His church to the entire world. "A second point the draft makes' is that the responsibility for! Christ's death falls upon sinful mankind, it was to atone for the! sins of every man that the Son j of God willingly offered Himself on the cross. The part the Jewish leaders of Christ's day played in bringing about the crucifixion does not exclude the guilt of all mankind. But the personal guilt of these leaders cannot be chart ed to the whole Jewish people either of His time or today. It is therefore unjust to call this people "decide" or to consider it "cursed" by God. St. Paul, in bis letter tj the Romans, assures us that God has not rejected the people whom He has chosen. "The document presente.l goes on to affirm that the church can never forget that it was from Abraham's stock that Christ, his Blessed Mother and the apostles were born "In keeping with its objectives, the Council document does not propose to deal with the Cermany Marks 25 Years After Crystal Night Smash vasieua, causes of. .anti-Stmitism. However, it does indicate that the sacred events of the Bible and, in particular, its account of the crucifixion cannot give rise to disdain or hatred or persecution of the Jews. Preachers and catechists, the text states, are admonished never to present a contrary position; furthermore they are urged to promote mutual undertsanding and esteem. "It is elea.-, therefore, that both the content^ and purposes of the document i purely religious. It cannot be called pro-Zionist or anti-Zionist since it considers these as political questions and entirely outside of its religious scope. In fact, any use of the i text to support partisan discussions or particular political claims DR. DAVID K. PINKS Surgery Dep't. Slates Program Ml Sinai Hospital will hold its !i annual Professor Pro Temper, Program Nov. 20 through 23 in Wolfson Auditorium, according K Pinks, chairman. Sponsored by the hospital's De' "i Surgery, which Dr. 1 • H Manheimer serves as lesl speaker for the pro%  IM I; od n oy Maingot, I R C.S., <>t Londi n, England. nical Discussions," "Ward Hounds, "Operative Clinics" and % %  i.l program on "Medicine •mil Art" will he included in the n program. Sessions, to begin cm Wednesday morning, will d daily with a special program open to the public on Wed1 • laj evening, 7 p.m., in Wolfson Vuditorium. BONN .HA) 'fie 25th anniversary ol Crystal Night, the light of tenor in 1938 when Nazis roamed cities in Germany and Austria burning syna (ogues and beating and killing .lews, was observed throughout Wot Germany asf weekend by memorial services tor the Jewish victims of *he Nazi holocaust. The German Evangelical Church held special services at Dachau, site of the infamous concentration I camp, where church leaders announced plans to build a church on the site dedicated to German repentance for the crimes com] mitted there. Similar services were held at the site of the Flossenberg concentration camp. In a message addressed to the country's Jewish community. West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhar^ said that, while nobody could make reparations for the crimes of Crystal Night, the anniversary observance should "strengthen our will to make certain that freedom and the worth of the individual are defended as the supreme value. Newspapers throughout West Germany carried lengthy articles i in connection with the anniversary of Crystal Night. Die Welt, leading German weekly, noted that the anniversary coincided i with the publication of the document submitted to the Ecumenical Council refuting Jewish guilt for Christ's death. Addressing the dedication cere monies of the new Hannover Synagogue Dr, Hendrik (ieorge VanDam, secretary-general ol the Central Council of the Jews in Germany, said thai Jewish hop;'.-, for the future in Germany have grown. He stressed that there were greater prospects lor harmonious living together with the Germans, and for more German understanding for Jewish fellow citizens. DKILLIAN II \ mmm flu: Children under 18 r**<* ol •ft nil not t* admitted under *rty circumtanc* SHILIIYWIMTIRS PfTrRFMK I (I GRANT r DEE Visit the fnhu'iiu§ STARLIGHT ROOF America's Smartest Supper Club for Superb Dining and Delightful Dancing to MAL MALKIN His Piano and His Orchestra COMPLETE DINNERS from s 5.50 Visit the Starlight Roof for a sftwtacu\ir lirw of the Ovid Coast urn BEACH IIOTEr., On Ihe Ocean at 48th bt. RESERVATIONS: Benni JE 2-3BOO Mil r MtDAM IKMA AND MR GIKIS GOLDEN YEARSof Motion Pictures :\i..ff. £ MUNI %  ^1 £vu44 RAINER Pearl Buck's GOOD EARTH Jeanetta MacDONALD [ N.l.on EDDY NOEL COWARDS IKMCIK EVERY KiGHT or to attack the political clair I of others would be completely i justified and contrary to every i tention of those who have cot • posed it and presented it to t Council. 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Friday. November 15. 1963 +Jewist> Fhridttan Page 5-A. Wave of Resolutions Closes CJFWF Assembly Continued from Pa/je 1-A [community councils — which serve [s.Ot'O.OOO Jews in this country and [('ar.ada — elected officers for the [coming year and concluded the (passage of resolutions on: civil [rights, church-state issues, the sh< rtage of trained social work [personnel, anti-Semitism in the [soviet Union, cooperation between [government and voluntary agen(](-. non-discriminatory immigration, public welfare and overseas I aid I mus Stern, of South Orange. K .1 was reelected unanimously as [president of the Council. Reelected with Stern were vice presidents, Louis J. Fox, Baltimore; D. Lou Harris. Toronto: Judge Irving Hill, Los Angeles; Carlos L. Israels, New York; Benjamin Lazrus. New York; Judge Theodore Levin. Delimit: treasurer. Edwin Rosenberg. | New York. .Mrs Joseph Cohen, New Orleans. and A. D. Davis, Chicago, were elected as vice presidents, and Lewis H. Weinstein, Boston, was elected secretary. Resolutions Adopted In a resolution which detailed I aspects and incidents of antiI Scmitism In the Soviet Union, the cleeates appealed to the consciii the world to press for early .it"! lull removal oi these discrimpractices. in another action, they voiced approval of the President's civil rights legislative proposals, and called upon both political parlies to join in bi-partisan action to assure the earliest possible | enactment by the Congress of comprehensive and effective rivii rights legislation. The representatives, in addition. oinmended the American Jewish: Ininl Distribution Committee on n caslon of its soth anniver• i j Assembly also adopted a in expressing gratification e passage of Federal public a men Iments designed to dependent people to selfe resolution, however, i essioi .! appropri transi te these legistlainto reality. It noted > thai there ii an es critical net d i"i fedi al ; ants t" overcome tin orti iii, trained social ilution also urged Con ... I legislation on med1 for the aged, extend pub nee to needy persons nut covered, set up retraini mploymt nt programs for "'I youth'and economical riorated areas, and estab 1 national service corps to 1 !|> meet domestic human needs. Negro Rights In addition to the resolution on civil rights, which stressed that •'II Jewish organizations are "unj ler obligation to advance the • itise of equality," several speak; era referred to Jewish support of j Negro people and other minor •ties in their struggle for full citizcnship. Stern commented on this sublet i n the Assembly's opening address which he bated upon a comprehensive symposium on •he major issues facing the Jew's" community contributed by 37 noted social scientists, med,cal experts and religious leaders. He noted that partial success in ""s struggle for human dignity •""' equality may create more than less bitterness among l 'sroe when the legal rights they Sluing i, i do not briii m P'ete equality they seek. "The answers lie not only in and the laws to enforce ?'" h said. -The answers lie ultimately in the attitudes of peoPwo distinguished educators also presented major addresses which assessed the civil rights problem as a personal crisis for every American. Among Speakers At the Assembly Sabbath services. Dr. Lou H. Silberman, profes sor of Jewish Literature and Thought at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, recalled the divine imperative: "Thou shalt not oppress a stranger." Interpreting the bib lical injunction in these terms, he declared: "you shall not push back a stranger, nor push him back into the slums, the 'Niggertowns.' the separate and unequal schools." Speaking at the Saturday banquet. Or. Buell G. Gallagher, president of the City College of New York, told the delegates that "the true meaning of liberty and the genuine value of equality will be realized in action only as a genuine and honest fraternity embraces us all." Stern also commented on other specific issues affecting the Jewish and general community raised by the symposium. He said that the shortage of trained professional social workers "constitutes a major crisis for American Jewry and lor the total American com munity." He stressed, too, that there is greater need for public understanding of public welfare programs to rehabilitate and restore dependent, maladjusted and ill persons to constructive roles in society. In a major address on Thursday, Irving W. Rabb, vice president of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Boston, said that research programs into community needs and attitudes are not a luxury but a business-like approach to the community's major enterprise, its investment in people and its future. Louis A. Pincus, treasurer of the | Jewish Agency, Jerusalem, speaki ing at a key session on Friday, j said that the accumulated effect of three years of peak immigration t to Israel combined with a backlog : of unmet human needs is straining ; the resources of his agency to the i breaking point. Declaring that if the problem Is not resolved everything | achieved in Israel thus far will be imperiled, Pincus stressed ; that there is a disproportionate %  i division of responsibility for fi' nancing this program which I places an unfair burden upon the | people of Israel. They account I for 70 percent of the cost, while I the Jews of the rest of the world contribute only 30 percent. He added that with 10 percent of the people of Israel — the dependents left by previous immigrations — receiving welfare assist 1 ance "we are almost at a point J where 50 percent of the money for the absorption program goes to maintain the reeds of past immigrants so that only one-half of every dollar received by the Agency can go for current needs." Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, the major American agency aiding Jews throughout the world, asserted that "the primacy of Jewish needs in the next few years is overseas and not in the United States." foundation Funds In another major session. Henry L. Zuckcr. executive director of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, pointed out that Jewish federations in the U.S. and Canada are turning more to foundation and endowment funds as an additional source of income. He pointed out that, since 1953, endowment fund programs of 12 large-city federations have grown from a total of nearly $32,000,000 to more than $70,000,000. He said that this experience indicates that endowment funds are "a rich potential source of supplementary financing for the federation and its agencies." The eleventh annual presentation of the William J. Shroder Memorial Awards, honoring the founder and first president of the Council, for pioneering advances in social welfare, were made at the banquet session. One award was presented to the Associated YM-YWHAs of Greater New York for its Mosholu-Mon' fiore Community Center. The Ce %  ter collaborated with Montefic Hospital in two experimental pi • jects whlctr use group work a %  • I medical care as part of a treatment plan for hospitalized an non-hospitalized patients as well as people of the surrounding netg borhood. The second Memorial Aw, went to the Jewish Family Servl of the Tucson Jewish Community Council, for a dynamic process f social planning for its aged poi lation which led to the establishment of a 40-bed nursing home t n the aged, a new Jewish homemaker service and the addition ( a trained geriatric caseworker to the family service agency. The awards were presented Julian Freeman, of Indianapolis Ecumenical Noted At the closing business sess u on Sunday, Stern declared: "We have received the welcome news that an historic documeit concerning Catholic attitude t • %  ward Jews has been presented to I the Ecumenical Council in Roir.r, This document categorically c>I nounces the myth that the Jewish | people are responsible for the death of Jesus and are rejected i y God. The document stresses the roots of Christianity within Juc ism. The document admonish > priests and teachers of religion r to take a contrary position and to promote positive mutual understanding and esteem. "The CJFWF hails this imp tant development which will he : to eliminate one of the inaj sources of hostility and prejudice. The Wry Humor of Sholem Aleichem Strange to think of Sholem Aleichem in America, because his stories are the quintessence Of small-town Jewish life in Russia. Yet not so strange after all, for there is a humanity in his characters and their plight that is universal. And that humanity and plight have been loved wherever his stories are known. Indeed, a play based on his work, "The World of Sholem Aleichem," was cordially received in New York both on stage and on television. Sholem Aleichem the nom de plum of Si lomon Kahinov.it/. was born in 1859 in Russia. He began to write when he was very young, in Hebrew and Russian. Hut Sholem Aleichem is best known as the Yiddish humorist —Yiddish, the lingua franca of Jews all over the world at the time. The principal item in the literary legacy of Sholem Aleichem is the typical Jewish tthlemiet, the hapless character with grandiose plans that are doomed to failure. Yet in Aleichem's portrayal of this folk character there is compassion, tenderness and understanding. His little people are individuals, kind, gentle and deeply devout. Their faith in God's mercy helps them through what would otherwise be a |i.>\ erty-ridd< n and painful life. Sholem Aleichem is perhaps best known toi!a\ for his ironic story, Boncht Sehmeig; Terye tin Dairyman; the comic It's llnnl to Hi a %  !• W; and, of course, his autobiography. Death took Sholem \ • h< n prematurely, m New York, in 1916. But the warmth and wry humor of his work lives First with tinFinest Ci on. He has been called "the Jewish Mark through Lor,Hard res Twain," a compliment to both writers. garettt carch



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kdoy, November 15, 1963 Jew 1st FkrHinn Page 13-A Nikita Evasive in Talks With Mollet Moqul, the warm, whimsical father, and David Willens, awakening" young son, in a poignant scene from "The ry Time," Broadway comedy hit which will be repeated kiturday and Sunday nights in Wolfson Auditorium at \.e Israel. iedy Repeated At Temple Israel Happy Time." warmfamily comedy of love. Ihe second season of the srael Players on Saturday |ay nights in Wollson And bi Temple Israel. igh-fllled Broadway -in\ung Judaea Group Monday, a Young Judea! II be organized at Beth, Ingregation tor boys and fid II years of age. They every Monday evening David from 7:30 to 8:45. cess will be repeated this Saturday and Sunday night at 8:.'S0 p.m. Becau>e of its Message for youngsters, :i boy or girl, 12 to 14 years of age, who accompanies an adult. il! lie admitted free. Tickets are available at the Temple office. The east, all members of Temple Israel, under the direction of Dorothy Portnoy, includes David Willens. Ira Mogul. Mrs Robert Sprung, Joseph Gardner. Michael [senberg, Mrs. Larry Hoffman, Mrs. Marshall Stern. Arnold Scher. Dr. Leslie BukFtel. Andrea Port noy, Anthony Lane and Joseph Ross. Continued 'rom Page 1-A twice With Khrushchev and on several occasions with m^r^hcrs of the I'SRTf Communist Party's Central Committee. The problems of Soviet Jewry were raised during a marathon, nine hour Khrushchev-Mollet session, and also during a delegation meeting with the Central Committee. The Soviet Premier showed himself to be "abrupt" and "evasive" and reportedly told Mr. Mollet "all this is Western anti-Soviet propaganda." But he advised Mr. Mollet to raise the Jewish issue with "people more expert in this field," namely, certain members of the Central Committee. These, however, proved themreives to be just as evasive as the Premier, and managed to avoid discussion ol details on the SovietJewish problem presented by the visiting French Socialists. The Soviet officials also did their utmost to avoid discussions ot Soviet attitudetoward Israel. French Socialist leaders in Paris admitted that they failed completely in their elforts curing a i visit to Russia to induce Premier Khrushchev and other Soviet leadI ers to change their attitude on the question of Soviet Jewry and I on Israel and the Middle East. Reporting at a press conference on their discussions with Soviet i leaders on the situation of Rus. sian Jewry, Prof. Quillot said the French delegation was told that no anti-Jewish discrimination exists in the Soviet I'nion and I that the Soviet authorities were considering terminating the use of i the term "Jew" which now appears on passports of Soviet Jews. 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?r11 •* ******* it m iMMI Friday. Nove:nher :: .-.ooeer Wacsec nzb^rwia. Escr.er Orher ?•'._:_ r ~-e h3= c£ Mrs. Sr^r. prescient Lezi Nccc^. 7-jest c: -:.-.:: ler -c r-r-" Mes"ssepe Er=^r :._r r:^:;*^: =^ -assess -. 5c-^e: Mz=-JI* c Rose lsc-= z^d Je=_e Se:"l^ S 5a— .Ti~ --er sint-z 3 Mr*. &J=;D=. "A"; 5ce*vi—^. T..V ".he r3=r Hannah Kahn W3 Speak at Women's Beth David Meet Mrs v. • •r^.'..i 1-: .^: "• -: s ----the Jew-.** Mn Low senia .aresMeM .'. Mrv.n X.: Louis and August Name Manager 5 ^_". ~ •-.= • -s— i -. VI '.:.£ %  Hi A-.* Ha :.. ;'• = • -^ • 1/ ._ ~ z *_"--* •^ £ V;.;. --'-**•-' JOHN'S BARBER SHOP 5722 BIRD ROAD SOUTH MIAMI MO 6-9141 JOHN SRZBt fwmtrtf milk tattle' brie Saa %  = %  -V-acaip rr Sculpture Cutting •y Evening Appointment Pioneer Women Slate Activities T*n Chapter or Piemeer Wonr m iE baM it* opening n**ting •i the teatcr s acti'.:.•' f %  Sat%  rtfa; 111 ii| ;Mp3i. i>t W&abI MrKM ITf> r^r i--'."--' %  In faatpt H-r wrtz .j be atest speaker Ekv ter-.i.r.aser* trill feature R Halper.. DUH Kurt* aad Hambier. The aacial bo-jr aj belc$ wmt .• Sle-ta. • V.-* ." aeon Kraati pi Ctvfc l : dub re tp -: II b Leak Ketfcbi The %  _.> %  • : r. a -sda>. No\ 24. -' U 1 U tba ?.;•*. Hoaxariaa ?.*-•.-;*•. T:: Washington Ave. knowi Bar -*r :erioo and generous coctxibalaaas to Pioneer WoBtea s^'i rrv.te -f Israel Goesti eted by Mrs Kraatz Mrs *iil give the invo.• tbenu %  Mrs Rebecca I E El Mn a T • '.• %  I Pi iffab r • %  Beth Sholom Will Meet the Press' Sovemb* r tr.e Sisterhood of T Sbotom •ill tare pla t l pm_ in the SiEC accor V: -r-sident. T.ie meeting :• -. • hood members ar p<;bl*c. and will febaied on the forr-- Pre*. J Eer-i S eel %  said the M: .. I %  r 1 % %  %  • • %  m1 %  BB Women's Meeting Pfaski Oneg Shabbat %  %  '/-. r "-~= ::: Jewish 3ocJc Mc.-.i }/rs Keirui Rosecbouni Tasting Pcrty Will *•* ~* r^i **Vfa Assist Hcsp!tal :-.. .-' %  -. arc Mr* i..i: .-.-. Mrs Ir. U presarn: Mrs Hovard ". %  71 OTA R IO S HEARING AIDS ••' A Van WHO* TOO WATT lupuii le*iaf M Ci MNE MM. 377-1022 ram TIAM* %  %  1 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AVAILABLE FOI TI*WIE t t wr u ia t nani A a aiiaa im iaa A ct aaataij BWiar. Eicelteat Caterae eaa 1 AAaaaMStrarrr* %  ackfraaaa. rt •resaieat T i aa^ k ItaW Mr. A. i_ c a it. .ia HarWiaa Bai 2t73. Mara>i. FW. 33101 See acr arf ia fa* Te M aa •aers \IM I lIJ! PRKP TITORIXG AM ScM A twi.ru Svhitcts Terf A Svalaxe PI 7-7423 CATERING DIRECTOR TOP HOTEl AM) CATBBM tACK6tOtW A.c laa* Caaaateta Kaawaa>* at Faa wmi aj Mnw a p Caatral. DW Caaat; t u at i at. leptr. Mr. P. c a Jew na FlarMiaa tai 2*73. M-aaM Pie. 331*1 RETURN SIDNEY AR0N0VITZ MIAMI CITY COMMLSSIOrtt GROUP 2 A MAN OF INITIATIVE EXPERIENCE ABILITY FOR A BETTER MIAMI PULL LEVER 5A NOVEMBER 19 FKiemoLr, GCNTLE C4c ,-oe THOSE ro LOVE Rivr c ..;. .CAR — *SD C*-E D F •. E c*S — SI5 1 AEEX = --iSt* v _E '-: r— t -1 $35 A**. _: ABOTT MOTORS, IMC. A r L* JLE F*> • t"fB WANTED RABBI %  TEACHER mm COMSAEGATrOn Start S5 OOO M SAAOO. Teaawr 51 500 t. 52*00 aatfrrj H Arfrt Mrs arHarrea. WriM P.O. a* 1 144 Mieaai teack. Fla. Cora/ Coo/es Convalescent Home -0*0 S W IM S'-^ttT W AW .;. rA '. -.-. %  &f — ~ 3 •€!# • E-p iii, a if a a< aa4 ra*a •• tfc c*r •( *• r Sfl i-a clnaillW| iN • Sc<>l t % %  • • Nurvn^ ttan aa af 24 **< %  '* M atf w ai impmt *. i t*|itit-ft>t'( KtCA 6-1363



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November 15, 1963 *. JPIWCI? IftcridF/fary Page 15-B OLi u l,„ R) -.-. 72. of 21 I" BW i Nov. II. Gordon, l E \| t ) %  7505 Cutlass \t > %  \ ,i. si, ..f 8 'i toean l ir. Mux, 72, of 1337 Rcnns) l> i\ toe In Bronx. N v. [. K, s (HIM.I, 73, -f IMS SW .v lr in i lordon. Sadie, 72. • %  ( II7 Mar. Ittvei hide. |IBLATT, .Mis Sarah, 68, of M Itivi rside [H. Hi inn n. TII. i.f MO Collins IN Korea) Hill-. N.T, ITEIN, Mrs Rebecca, 7.".. ..i :'..' K.x.i •EIN. MiIda, M, Of 17 1! ... dleil Nov. 7. s. rices Riverside. |s?. Mr* Sally, Bll, i.f 135 RW %  Imi • .1, in. %  7". ..i 1130 Collins it) Philadelphia, BlasI. tlr* Hattle liirns. 7s. ,,f y.' .uii si died Nov. :.. ttlvtKAN. V\ illi:,ni M„ 7:1, of I7U". I AM ill) .1 Nov. i'.. Ne [ %  i j. • Min. 72, of 1520 Jpffi .in.I Nov. 6. Rlversldi V.BLIT. Israel, 7:i. ..f 711.' Uii srside. IN, Harold, 65, of |68fl c,.|Servlces In Brooklyn. • i 2629 14 a r i c s KIEFER, Mi. I ,.,,„.,. s |t NW 17th Ave Riverside KNEPFER. Mr,, AJain,,. I'olllnH Ave s. i vT NY. Blaabera MARKOF r. Loom, 89, ol 2! T. is'. i\ Ices m i 'levels SILBER. David, 87, oi ia vanla Ave. Riverside. KRis&bi.. ,I„M ,.n. v., ,,r 520 XR t T 111< si .li.-.i Nut. i Riverside. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE kl of 3301 In toll Eera, 349 BW mil ml i io don. ol, 1', II isylLEGAL NOTICE r/re Firm Branch iction of Norton Tire > now branch at 9001 I.Highway is now 40 per pnplete, it was announced • K by Norton Pallot, presThe stoic will serve the liami Kendall Dade'and Marcus Construction Comsel .lan i. 1964 as tarcompletion. >J.e of Convention B. Wolfe. 372 Opa' %  .' past president of County Optometric Asso "II attend a state conttee meeting in Or' -"\ L 1 :! l)r Wolfe i-= I the DCOA Practice Committee, Ethics Set iion. and is ac• l.irs' Bureau. IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 63-5407 OKKAI.I • A. KI: A I:\KY. I .Mill 111, 1 .II VIII >l.l i M, Mi "RAN and KVA I. Mi IRAN, Ills Wife, |l. I. II.':,,,. NOTICE OF SUIT TO; HAK M Mul(A.\ .m.I EVA I.. ,\|i IRAN, Ills w lie, Rdiflclo Sun Bernardo Ai>n tado Aereo 5119, I M illli. Colombia, South America Yi'l AKK HEREBY NOTII'IEU that :i suit li.i.been IMOUKIU HK;IJII-I von by l> Kit A Ml A. KKARNEY, Plulntlff, for damaaer In the amounl ol TWO • Tli'il'SA.Mi, ONE HUNDRED X1NE| TY'-ONE and '." I'm ($3,191.iKl| l"H.I.AKS, ani | |,, Imitreaa Bald claim iiRalnm in. followinii propert) siiuniiin l kule < 'ounty, Klorida 1. Lot 1. IlhH-k is. Cl/TL-ER RIDGE KM'TION Ki'i'i:, according to iliI'l.u thereof ax recorded in I 'Lit Monk (in, l':iu.:';:. ,.| the Ini.li. I; i.iof Dade County, Florida, uhnli propel i\ .,> s.'iz.-.l by Metro|H>lltan Sheriff's levj on the 22nd da) ..I ix-tober, 1963 undtr a Writ of At-' tachinem. and 2. All funda of the defendant* in tin. hnnda ..I 111. Klrel Nation..1 Hank of Uomeatead, which rumln were veiled by Writ of: Garnishment served uikon saiii Garin-lir. ..n in.I'Mh led Court, iiml I., serve a copj lheri-of on i'lainiifi s attorneys, ALBERT I. WEI.NTRAl'H and A. JAY CRISTOU 21'.' Security Trual Building, Miami. Klorida, 31131, not later than the Itth day of December, i:.::. in default of which Hi. I allegations in plaintiffs Complaint j | uIII be taken iadmitted, and a De: fault Judameni untered against you. DATED at Miami, Km. Onunty, Florida, this 12th day of November, ]!• %  ;.•.. .1. P, Mi i-i: M-KI7N. Clerk of finI'IV il Court of Record In ami iinDade County, Florida (aealj By: JAMES C. HENHON l i.-.iiuv i ierk LAW tite In di the flci itioiiname of FIESTA I'AI'EL C iMI'ANY ill 1830 S \\ 7 : a Street,' So Mi.inn. Intends i -:ii,i i .iin, u iih i iii "Ierk if the i I irt of Ii ule < 'oont>. Floi \l MIVIN l'*LT Snt) •" %  I'AII. KM ITNEY Vttorii)-) mi 4ll\ersleln, K u n n. > .v Go 120 I.in. n n Road II 15-22-29, I-' ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai i iin undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI REACH MEDICAL CENTER .ii I21X-I220 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida Intends to regi-iii suld name with the Clerk of the I'niiiii Court of l i-ni). Countv, Fiorina. WAMHINflTt IX MEDICAL I.AIli iRATl IRIRS, IN(' a l lorldn Corporation HENRY A KAMIAt tor lie) for Miami Beach Medh al Center 122t Wusltlngton A\ .iin..Miami II..I. h, Florida II S-15-22-89 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 11585 tlRACYNE WENK, I'lalntlff, V K, CHARLES I'KTKU WENK, I ii-fi-mla nl NOTICE OF SUIT TOI*. CHARLES I"BTF:R WKNK, I in hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed againat you, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney, KKN.NKTII M MYERS, of Myers, Heiman, Kaplan tc\ C'utsiimn, lt."iii K.W, l>i Street, M'ami 36, Florida, and file the original answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the :* t It da) of December, 1963, li you fail in do so, Judgment by default will be taken against yon for the r, ii)-r demanded In the Complaint for I ilvorce. This notice shall lie published nine each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami. Florida, this tth day ..f November, 1963. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court i-.-.ili B) C. IV %  '( >l'I-:LAND, Deputy Clerk KENNETH M. MYERS i M Myera, Heiman, Kaplan A Cataman Attorne) for Plaintiff 1150 S.W. 1st Street Miami 36, I lorida 11. 8-13-22-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTV, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61275 A IN RE: Estate of JACt HI L. ROKEN, also known us JACOB ROSEN, Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'I'n All Creditors and A II Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified ami required in present any claims and demands which you may have agalnaf tineataliof JACOB L. ROSEN, also known as JACOB ROSEN, deceased late ..! I'.ol. County, Klori'la. to the County Judges ..f Hade County, and file the -amiin duplicate and aprovided in Section 733. k8, Florida Statutes, in tli.-ir oi'fi.-. s in tinCounty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, .:• Ihe same will be barred. I lated ill Mia ill, Floi i.l I, this 12th da) of Not • min ,-. A I 196 HENRY l;i .SEN As Executor IIrsl publlcal Ion ol this notl n the 15th da) of November, 191 l. U WtKiDAKD and MAI Rll 'i: Z I'.l'N'i IARI' Attorne) for %  '• i 7"7 lllsi a) inBuilding Miami. Iiin Ida li l:.-:'.' -J:'. 12 •'. IN THE ClRCUi r COURT UF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 6CC 10650 1'iill.AK SA\ IXtiS R \\K IP THE i I TV i IF XEW Yi IRK, Plaintiff, Vs. OSCAR JAR HOE, -t u\. .1 al, I lefendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: iis.-ar .lai-iioand Emily Jarbne, bis wife, Residence L'nknown ami ii remarried, their unknown spoil,, s, If living and if dead, tin-, unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees or other claimants claiming by, through, under or against any of the abovi named defendants who are deceased You in,, hereby notified that lh< above captloned action has been Instituted against you In the Circuit Courl of the inn Judicial Circuit ol Florida iu ami for Dade Count) t< foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real pnperty: Lot I, Block 13, SCOTT LAKE MANOR, SECTION SIN, according | to i iiiPlat thereof, recorded In Putt Look :, ai ram il of the Public Records of Dade County, Morion, together with Venetian Blinds. You are required to file your answer to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, ami serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN FINE, I itli Floor, Da.le Federal Building, Miami 32. Florida not later than Xovembei -. 1963, or :i Decree I'm Confesso wlli ltentered against vim. DATED: October 22, 1963 K B, LEATHERMAN t'lerk of the Circuit Court is.all By: N. A. HF2WITT, I i.-i'iity I'l.-i k MARTIN PINE Attorne) for I'lalntlff nth Floor I'aile Federal Bldg. -Miami 32, Plorida I" 25, 11 I-8-1S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61085-C IN RE: Estate of NnltMAN CONRAD SARKIKOPP, a k a Nnl.MAN i'. SAKKISOF'P, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I.. All Creditors and All Persons Having claims in Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and deI mauds which you may have against I the estate of NORMAN CONRAD SAitKlsol'l". a/k/a NORMAN C I 8ARKISOFF deceased late of Dade County. Plorida, to the Connty Judges of Dade County, and til.the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Fini lila Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade i'minty. Florida, within six calendar mouths from the time of the first iiuli'.i'-ation lieienf. or the same will he barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this isth da) of < ii-tolii i. A.I i. 1963, ELLA MARTHA SINKS As Exeeutrix First 1'iiiilii-niio'i of this nol on the 25th day of 'itoiii-i-. 1963 HARRY ZI'KERNICK Attorney for FSxeouti is 420 Unioln III Miami Beach i" 25. n i-\-ir. NOTICE UNDER ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! V'Jewist' fhrid/iairr solicits your legal notice*. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarante* accurate service at legal rates f Hal I II 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C11964 I I.ISIV !••• WIN VAN METER, Plaintiff, vs. JOYCE i.KlANIi VAN METER I lefi-lldaut SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MRS. JiiYCE BRIAND VAN METER s:: i Aahwood Drive Sim ma, • leorgla You, lore I-: BRIAND V A N METER, are Im.-liy notified that .. BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been fhed against you, and you are required to serve a cops of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. WILLIAM l. .M.-i l.l'SKEY. i".7."i Palm Avenue. Hlaleah, Floriila, and filltl riginul Answer or Pleading in the office of th. Clerk of tinCircuit court on or before Hie 9th da) of December, 1963. If von fail to do so, Judgment by default will I., taken against you for th relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. fins notice shall lie published once a.-h week for foui consecutive w< i ks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND OHDEKlvD at Miami. Florida, mis .'.tii day of November, A 0 1963. E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County t F*lorhla laeal) By: K. M. LYMAN Deputy cierk WILLIAM .1. MlLISKEY 1573 Palm Ave., Ilia I..Mi. l-'la I hone: 987-2233 11 s-l'.-22-2:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS llr.UEin Gl\EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la i.i sin. ss under the fictitious name of i ROWN KESTAI'KAXT al 27lll West F'lagler Street Intends t.. register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of I a. I. Count.... Florida. IIEXJAMIN BKLON JF:R< 'Mi-: i;. MREEXE Attorne) for Benjamin Skli n UII Securlt) Ti iil Bldg \l i.i mi 32, El.ui.I.. S-I3-2S FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK IIEI'.EK.Y GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ihe fictitious nami of Si I r.AVITS HEALTH PRODUCTS 1864 I: rd Rottd Intendi • egisti i said name with the Clerk of the %  %  Court of I >ade i "ountv. l-"'o. in.i. DR. MARVIN M SILVERBERG Sole l iu in All. KWITNEY Sllvi i-i. m K \v .in. .\ ioudiss I A i lorne) foi v noli' am 120 Lincoln Road 1 l" 25, 1 1 i -s-r. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' 111:1:1-71:V GIVEN tin Ihe undersigned, desiring to engugi • -> undei the fictitious an me Sl'NSHINR MI'MC SERVU'K nl II Collins Ave., Miami Beach Inti -. glster said name with the i' no Circuit Court ol Bade C F'lorida. SAM f!l 'I.I • %  k a SAM i:. H.l ISTF7IN II 8-15-22YOUR FAVORITE YIDDISH MUSIC M0N.-FRI. 11 A.M.-12 NOON SUNDAY 3:154:15 P.M. WEDR-FM 99.1 meg. on your FM dial YOUR HOST JACOB SCHACHTER II IU I AIM AST LIVE DAILY I ltO>l Till-: BLACKSTOPTK HIITKL tt0 WASHINGTON AVK.. >I.H.



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: ^ that the %  then enenmen had it coming to them, that they had -selves dealt even more ruthlessly with others and that r.o one v c-i* r> squawk %  their behalf. • • • I 0*n t think that political motives for nj,oal benaoer in world %  %  ----r %  ther do 1 think ;• :is-eere <*-..:• moral Whea the Baaaaai have intervened m the •• •aflhm 0: (hi % %  arteua states, we have laat-sted thea When we do it MMMliu—either mounting or ad wa> • c: r--~ %  ; rW aad U a uatKea. I oc: • %  •I Dierr ar \ : rrr. adequate tam The jusoi.caiioc x^.-: cosae from the war against the Viet*j %  ''"' %  %  kef ;Mag 3i.-> pahtaral cost. Let us face lfca • -.1 kaajar akarelj ^ aatiaaa VMaaaaae war it has be. rr whether *e lie .: ar t en Americawar The real sin of "Ngo brothers iacted a> I the war was just the tr ~ agt i it the heart of the matter was their ability to main. raa 1 *er and keep out potential nvais But before a rwemlla t war had to be ic large aaan a peoples war The campau :?. were in da sax tne people One should add also that :: was Cuba which bought the Dtem3own Haviri {aaal to bring the Castro regime down. >ident Kennedy could rot afford to allow another dictatorship to — :. for rh* "--'Dieai -. -hi • --•-%  |.. n but %  which his brother could e\r.. I forget %  .---_.-.. a -.?: pan %  -.:" ". >.r a am %  paeu cae a: %  al force he T*-._:.: %  N-._ r And Madame Xho" She mur r most of aZ three •se a AT* faabsh eaough to belie. • %  : xx* iari belong in the realm of power Madam Maj has r %jBneaai how defth and spitefully sae could ah : ** -' Peron and Madame Chiang we shall not be v -oOr surprised Bt there is a pathos beyond P %  the web of Madame v atiaadapi She had broken wnh her father and mother, calling later a "eaaanL" She has now lost her pvsband and his brother hi 1 -en who made power possible for her. There is even a aaiary about the way she left her other three children %  *M >>bie victim* a Vieteaic h;cr she must have known t -aW tk'i up any day: and BO one will escape a sense of relief ai Ba t saiety reunited w^: her Catholic Urges Letter Campaign To the Vatican By Special Rp*rt PHILADELPHIA — The executive editor of the Camden (N.J. Catholic Diocese official publication Saturday night called on Catholics to write to the Vatican urging the adoption of the decree on anti-Semitism introduced at the current Ecumenical Council. The editor, Msgr. Salvatore J. Adamo. received the Human Relations Award of the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Jewish Committee at its annual dinner here. The award was presented to the Catholic Star HeraW. the Diocesan aper. 'for its sympathetic and understanding reporting oi : %  •—•... iu and interracial rela. In proposing a mass letterwrtttrsg campaign, Msgr. Adamo declared: "It is my hop* that countless Catholic people will take the time and trouble to write to their respective bishops now at the Council in Rome and respectfully urge them to support th statemerrt on antiSemrtism formally proposed by Cardinal Bea's Secretariat for T hope that ther-will be 6000.000 met letters so that each one wffl repret in -ome small way a ajeasare of atonement lor the H -liter of • 000 Jews %  -. E-rpe He adder "My hope .•: Vatieai will not only condemn the I --rong. clear Ianbut will go on from there to emphasue the many beautiful elements of Jewish tradition re hi Catholic Beach Demo Club To Hear Speakers V\: -e-t-r.: he r>em < Ch of Miami Beach w-,!l be held 0= Mataeair* l pSea IsFeat-rec ipeaken are 51 9ea -'. Jr. be Trie Legis%  S:-:e Mattfc 5 on The Imp. '-' %  %  -• Cll SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 -yCXJ* PERSONAL R.ORAL COrwSUlTAhTr for an AFFA 8 3 fi£'A£*AB€R BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Wenhiagtea. Ate., e-e IS 3 C "eceoce : ::-T*Y OUHS aTTvim — %  —t T AtarVTKAlT g %  — loaaa m FREE DEUVEMY ALL GREATER MIAMI ELECT GEORGE B. COLLINS FOR YOUR -MIAMI MAYOR REBUILD MIAMI INTO A CITY FOUR SQUARE 1 Industnal Farms Near Downtown. 2. Rebuild Police I Fireman and all Civil Service Morale 3. Clear Trash out of Streets and off tho Streets 4. Maintain Streots and Sidewalks for Safety's Sake. 5. lefs stop the Miami crime wavo; it's the highest in our Miami history. Beet a Business Man to Help C/ooto A bettor Business Climate to Attract and Create More Jobs. PULL LEVER 1-A NOV. 19th COMMISSIONER JOE DuMOND TAKES JUSTIFIABLE PRIDE IN HAVING HELPED AFFECT A 10% DECREASE IN TAXES RE-ELECT JOE DuMOND For Progress ELECT STEVE CLARK Miami Citv Commission Pull LEVER 8-A TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Honorary Board of Directors Beth Kodesh Hen's Club Past Chairman Miami Plannin§ and Zoning Board BUSINESSMAN <.i:\KK \|. 4 OVIII ICTOH



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November 15, 1963 frw> J, c fi nfirS Tn f COUNTY JUDGES ;OURT \ AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. &.890 B I true of |-| in. i, ROTHSTEIN, il, \OTICE TO CRED.TORS ml All Persona Ravf ul I • in.in |H AgUHISt t -H'l .. hi rebj notified and reI .a .i %  claims ami il \..u m.'l\ ha\i ,i LIII~! i IKRTRI DE a. H< l'l lied i '• Of I :• %  %  i 'OUIlty, lln ) Judaea of I M.I.He i he aame In dupl -<'• ovidcd in Keel Ion '•' %  '•'> 16, in t heir % %  fic< a iii ..i h ISI in I i;i I. i '.nlli. ithlii six calendar montha ..I 1 1.. : it st |iubll Ihe name w ill be bai red. .Mi. mi iloi Ida, in.a ...Hi .. i in i: \ in 'I.D8TE1N As \'.\> .111.11* I,III it;. HI in tills nil of ,\II\ mbei 196 \S'& Vt BPMAN • i i : • ii Building 11 1-8. in ". -"•• H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICH is HEREBY U1VEN (hat %  i di ring in i ngage in -. under l-he ti.-iiti.iiis name af %  H1AR FAIR at Hi" I.in...In Miami I•• .i %  li Intends in register Ith the Clerk of the i 'lr%  |i iile i 'nunt.-i. Florida. |>KK KHAMK.lt M k .i DAVIDA KRAMKIt Sole 1iw n.-r MI.. !. \v. Is* A.Lyons \|t.li. .lilt si Miami n I NOTICE UNDER CTITIOUS NAME LAW •K IS IIKREItY (1IVKN thai aneil ill -'riim t" aflame in fi • Il one name of H VVEL PAIR .ii Mn him it.-... h mtooda tn n %  me ivith i he %  'l.-i k of ihe rt ol i '.1-1. County, Fli rlda in i: KI.AMKI: .i li a l>AVII>A KRA.MBR Sole I iwiii'i • n/i Isa %  •l.\..ns %  \ %  %  ; .i-ant % %  '. -ii i Si Miami 11 |.a %  %  DAymu LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBB1 CIVRN thai I hi lllltl. I hla II. -.1. fUsll'Ing | 0 ,., 1,'sim s .ni'l.-r III,f|e it ..us Ii. line ,.: IlKHoRT I A.-l 11'i.VX COMPANY al 3490 N\v L'inl An Miami Intenda to leglster said name with Ihe Clerk nf ilie circuit Court of I>ade i Florida BENJAMIN IIIORCItIN Sole • mill l NOT'C.F I IN OF R FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW XOT1CK IS in,Ki.I.i in.i.N that iln undetslgned, desiring to engage in huslnesa under ihe flctitloua nami of i:.-l'l BRi iKER \r.K i-i i ,,, 103 s \v. lOSrd Street, Miami, I ,orlda Intend to reglater said name with the Clerk of thi i in I.I i • %  :,: i i. r Dade I 'ounty, i lui hi.i. IRVINO TORRlfl i miHalf Intel • .-i RSPERANZA TORRIS Une-Hall Intel eat VARl IN M. KANNKR -. -.mil > Trual 1:1.1K. Miami 32, blorida I" 2.V 11 l-s-i.-. "It always comes down like this pieaches on Noah and the Flood." Cpr. 19A3, Doy*nu f oduciloni LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER riTIOUS NAME LAW IS IIICHEflY i-.IVK.V that i id ring I., engagi n 'li, fictitious n.. r,,i Ts'i Kind St., .M l" .i Intend t" n i Clrl i' idi '' i\. pioi Ida IANK SHKRKS SYLVIA SHERKS > I' i l II, IS CRY, KttJ • '• HI I || I |..i|.| ..; • r i >\i Hera til Miami Ri .mil. I i.i. 11 'I £i I NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY rirVEN thai I I'd, di engagi • i the fictitious name of %  i" llelle lale, Mi.iml Inti mi-, i.. regiati r aald • '!• rk • %  the I'm ill le County, Florida, r l'l \.\ SPA i 'I'KIt \ri v.; ill'iNY la Florida ror atlon) 'I It I, I'i. -r,. Ill '' %  :! %  ItRICKMAN HI. K iplan A Cataman Rldg., St., Miami 16, Fla ii v. •-,. %  _>•_ %  _•_.., IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57966-A IN RK: i:-tat,.f PRANCIS S. HANKl 'I I'. I naed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL D SCHARGE \' i rii 'K is hi rebj nlven thul I havi filed .i inal i:. : % %  %  %  %  on f"il 'i~iri iiMioi i l-'ii.ii 11 aehanre aa 1 v %  of tli • • 111 .-' II INK) IPK, dei i -I .>n,l th.it 'in 17th da; of l % %  -. mbei. 1963, ill apfilj to the Honor hh Connt.v tudatea •I li.i'l. i'>iint-.. Florida, f"i m "f aald r.n il Ki |HII t and for hatlon ami riuHl dlafharge aa Executor nf Hi.. st,ii, %  i Hi, nhove na i ill I-I di 111. Tins i. h da) -I N'o\ • bei II Mtl'.V II VNKOFF RoUKRT II TRAI 111 ; l %  m > • \ i diiPnnl M i J, l-'ii'i Ida 11 1-1.1-2-.'-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 60959C IN it':; Eataii ..' M \I:K I,.MII.\IA.\ NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'redltorn and All I'eraona Ha\ IUR Clalmi or Deinantla Agalnal Said l-'.M.U. : You are hereb) notified and required to I'li-s-m II v .Linns and it*-maoda whii-h you my have mralnat ill. eatate of MARK I.Ai'HMAN de. us. .i i.He ,.i i M.I. i 'ount). KlorWa, I., the County Judgtea of Dade Coun11. II nil file tin name in theli offlei s in Hi. Cognt) i'..nit In iiise m Dade i..iini\, i-lin iii.-i. within alx ealendai LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the underaianed, deairing in engage In I'lsnie-s under the flvtltloua name of I. REST VIEW EAST XIKSIXH HOME in 77". N.W, isth Avenue, Miami, Florida mi. mis t.. regiatei aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit %  '. mi of I in.I, County, hlorlda. I'.M'i: I'nrXTV RESTORIL'M, INC. .1 Floiida coi i>ora i Ion 77.". N\\ I3lh Ave., Miami, Kloilda KRANC1S tJEORllE, AMES A RITTER Attorni-ya for Apiillcanl 1 I.'"' S\\ l-'il si Street Miami, Florida 33130 11 1-16-22-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61114.C IN RE: Batata ol K1RV1N K. KHAFTON Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Clalma or Demands Agalnal Said Batatei You are hereby notified and required to in. s.iit any clalma and 'li'nnimis which you ma) have against 'li-slate nf KIRVIN K. BHAFTON deceased late nf Dnde County, 1...1iilii. tn the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the name in duplicate and aa provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, .11 their officea In the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from Ihe time "f the first put licatlon hereof, or the aame will be barred, Dated .11 .Minn. Florida, this 22nd da) of 1 ictoher, A li ELAINE II SHAFTON Aa Executi i\ F %  ibllcalion of Ihia not lei %  I. da) "i 1 1 ii" 1 I.Ki >N KAPLAN nf XI) i-i a, Hi i'n.iti Kaplan ,v •' %  Attorney f..r Exi cul 1150 8.W. First Street '" 'J."., 11 I-S-H IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61150-B IN RE: El -— — I."I'I.KANE, Deceasi .1 NOTICE TO CRED TORS To All • %  dltora mil Mi IV aon I Is T 11 in., ml.Against V..11 ai e hi reb) notified and r quired t" present ail) i-lalma and di ma HIwhich s nu ma) ha ve .1 %  iof 1.1 '. IIS K INK di %  biti "i 1 mile 1 'ounty, FI01 Ida, t" ll • tint) 1 idgi of 1 lade 'ounty, ai I e ill duplicate nml as pri .'.• d 111 >. ,11. -II 733 16, Florida Etta utei 11 tin II..1 :i. a 111 the I 1 Courthouse In Hi..I,County, Iwithin -i\ calendar 1 11.from iltime "i 1 h. Hi si publli 1 ion hi 1 • or the as me ** ill be barred. 1 MI-I at Miami, F'loi Ida, this 27 h, da) "i 1 ictober, A.D, 1963. MARION 8. K \.\l-: Aa Executrix Firsl publli .ni 1 1 his notice 1 th.1st day nf Novembei. 196 SEYMi HI! .1. S1MI IN .\ 1 ii.i ni ) i"i Exi i-utrix :'n| Alnali \ Building 11 1-8-lM. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MU'li'i: IS HEREBY OIVEN th the undersigned, desiring t.engagi 1 business under the flotltloua name 1 LKUION HBAL.TH aV UKLI-'AII-. AGENCY at SOU Coral Way. Miami, Florida Intends to register aald nan with the Clerk %  •! the Clrouit Cou uf Dade County, Florida. SAM \\ AL INSURANCE I'NUERWRITERS, NC. ROBERT II. TRAURIG At tome) for Applicant 1 1 3.1 iiiii'imt Building Miami 32, Florida 10 23, 11 1-8man NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th: the iiini. reigned, desli in-: to 1 na business under the flctitloua name CAPCO PR( 'I il '1 "TS at 1930 Nort Miami \ venue, .Miami, Florida tenda t" '.-^ist.-i s;-i,i name with II Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Da Count). Florida CAPCO M \.\rr.\. "IT 1:1 Ni; CORP a llorlda corpni atlon 1 1 ii. 'i Iman .\Holtsman attorneys for Canco Manufacturing Corp. By: SYLVAN \. lliil.'I'ZM AN l" 23. 11 !-S" "-OTICE UNDER OlS NAME LAW HKREIIY GIVEN that %  lt Ing to engagi n Ihe flcl liin .' %  'l: 111 9538 Mian sin ri %  Int. n la 1 %  name with Hi. t'lerfc of ol I'ail, ri.-nthfrom ii"date of the atlon hereof, .,r the aame In I'. 1 1 red Ri IKE I.Ai'HMAN Ailinims'i .11 r i\. 1 '.T.A. Shap ". I'. i. .1 fi Well, Eaqs. A ttoi n n." 1. 11 ei.In Road • "•" I Miami Reach, Florida N.I-: Si first will IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 116587 LOl'IH EBENSTEN and STl-:i.l..\ D. I i .I.NSI 171 X his it,-. Plaintiffs, \ s. RIS'HOPei COMPANY, REALTORS, 1 al, Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: SONJA ZEPF a 1; a SI 1.N.1 \ SESKIN 2411 Mnrasgo I >rlve, N I'.Atlanta. 1 ieorgla TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that 1 complaint haa been iili-.l against you In the above I '-• u-t tor the 11 nun of escrow deposits and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading ". the complaint on Plaintiffs' attorney, HENRY NORTON, 1406 I'.'.nil. Building, .Miami. Florida, an. I file I'I igfnal unawer or pleading In the iifflca of the Clerk • %  < the small claims Court ..n or before ihe 16th da) "i 1 ember, 1961, at 9:00 A.M. ir you fall to do so judgment b) .1. fault Mill h. taken against >..u for tinrelief demanded In the complaint. DATED this lih day ..f November, 1963. SMALL il.AIMS COl'RT DADE ii'l'NTV, I'l.nltlDA B) : l.-A l'-i:i.I.i: MARLOW I leput) Clerk Il 8-1S-2S-29 I' INTERN AT %  1 |R ; %  : 11 mimm, I'i, M-:RNICK '\v n. r Ida Count). li 'N AI. -i-l. in 1 I N-| %  T CE UN ER -T.TIOUS NAME LAW • 1HI:I:I:I:V tilVEN that 1 ,"" %  '•{• th. nctltloua na ..f KARIIERSH.i II S-l'i-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI ORIDA IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 10?38 'Ill-: WII.I.IA.M-IHUH SAN INtlS HANK, I mill', vs. ll'iM \s \ PATRIi K • ux, el al, 1', :. ml. 1 NOTICE OF SUIT TO Thomas A "• in. •; and Norms '' I 'a'' Idence I'nknown, last fldreas Co lien, al Dellvi -. Illuetl. Id. w l \ rginlu, an I II 1 %  nat rii d, their IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELB-VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C11885 l: \.\H IN I' VCHECO, Plaintiff, c \U\II:N HI.I \ i'i-:i.i'iAN'i I' VCHECO, I.. Fendant. %  CARMEN HI. I \ l' l-:i.U'IANi 1 PACHBCU It F I > %  : Bason 712 Ponce, Puerto 1:1,-.. You -ii" required !•• serve .1 cop) o( your answer t.. the Bill "f Complaint •--I Divorce "ii the plaintiffs attorney, file the original answer in the I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA l\ PROBATE No. 60970-A IN RE: Estate r.f SAM 1 LESS I' eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cre.llt.ira ml All Persona thu ing '"'.liiii... 1. n-.t'-iis Against Sat,I I late You are hi ri by not fli 1 and renuired i" present an) claim* and de in.mils which you may hav< agalnal the eat te of > \ M F'l.ES'S di nsed late "i Bade Cou t.v, FI01 Ida, to the 1 'ount) -l" Igi > ,,t 1 lade Count) and File 'h. aame in I'upllcate an 1 as provided in Section 7:13.10, Florida Statutes, in their ofi lc. In the "ounty Courthouae In Dadi County, Klorlda, within six calendar montha fr.int the time %  ihe ii> -1 publication h -i.-..f. or the aame "ill be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, thla 1Mb da) of 1 ut.'i.,-I-. A 1 1983 HARRY Zt'KF:RNICK Aa Executor l-'iist publication of ihis notice on the 25th da) • %  < 1 Ictober, 1963. HARRY Zt'KERNICK Attorne) for F'xecutor IL" Lincoln R.I., .Vllaml Reach I" JS, 11 l-R-13 CIRCUIT. DADfc COUNTY, FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 9952 JAMF:S SNOW, Plaintiff, I ~ DOROTHY SNi i\\ Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOP, rniROTHY SNOW, Re Fnrmlngton, U ui.i. are notlfl aerve .1 cop) of your anaw, -. ti I I nrci 1 '.-m|il.nut 11I. ,1 aga in-i v.. 11 .. I Ihintifi's attorney, OEORCE Mi'l %  "i AS, 612 N W*. 11th Ave., M:. 11, FTa an 1 rile original with Clerk thla Court "ii ... bef November I!i63, othern Ise omplalnl will b. !. v,, ,| |,v x ,,,, DATED: 1 ictober 2Srd, 191 I E. 1: I.I:.\THI:I:\I \\ 'I. il< of 1 he 'Ircult Court (SI al) B) : N A HEWETT 1 leput) Clei 1. 10 :'.".. 11 l--i %  ".I.I-.I.S.H, ,.,, ,. u t ..,.km.n spouses, ,: living and If and to file the original answer In the '•• Miami, Florida Intenda to ,..,,,i. the imkn a -. devl office ..1 ihClerk of the Circuit th th.Clerk of Krantees, asslgne-s, II rs, • rs, Court • r before the Ith .lay "f "" u "' Dade County, rusteea Ihei rlaimani claiming DecemlHr, A.D. IMS; otherwise, the 1 s ,KT,,RB,,u I' hasi r I %  Rldg. I-. through, mi'l i III. al.t.x .Ilell.t-.l ,s..l ^"< -H .ll".11. I • Il 1 -'\ .a;il loni 'I 1 -1 1 ai.1 .ma Inal l/ -'" '" %  t'ouri ..f the lit' 1 r? B r? R DADE COUNTY, LORiDA IN PROBATE .. No. 60946 ', ,.( x Al.i'MAN ,|.i • r any of ndsnta who are ranty I 3TICE TO CREDITORS Nl* and All PersoUaHmr" Oemai.iis Agalnal Bald I' ''" %  •'.> mitifled and re!• .-in an) clalma ami de,, '' "ARAM ALTMAN .le''•'•• < ounty, Florida, .indues ,,r |.,,,ie foun."* J'""'' in duplleau and .. .'" %  % % % %  < 1, Florida ""•" offleea In th.r..,,,,"•i-ifounty, I--I..I-%  ...i. miar montha from "' •'" i publication hereivlll be burred, 1 < %  %  rlda, ihis 18th %  %  '-' VM 1 OOL.DWI 'i:\ I 1 %  of thla not i 1 'i 'I.DWORN 1 Executor Road I" 15. 11. 1-8-16 1 rhal thi tion ha^ been Inou ; 1I"' 1 1 i ii 1 • i-.'"H .'f Florida in and for Dade County to i'i-.-..s.a mortgage upon the i..-i"\ing described real prop. t\ : I... 1 13, Block 1 SCOTT LAKE MANOR si:rri.i\' ONE, according I t., the Plat tli-r,--!'. 1 Corded In %  i'lat Book :.; st I'age T9 .-( the IMhllc 1 Records ..f Dane County, Florida, t.igether with Siil.urlian C.as Wall Type ov.-n Model N4#"-118; Suburl.,ni 4-liuill.-i' lias Suitsce Unit 1 Model M4M-223; Hotpolnt Refrlg. -i-ator #Tt4M9: V.-n.ti.m Blinds: Parade Water Heater Model s-30-1 l'N = i:tr.i.-,H ^'..ll are required 1.. file your gnawer to plaintiff's .-omi'lalnt with the Clerk "i Ihe au-'.-.ial I'-.IIII, ni'l -i\..1 copy thereof upon plaintiffs! -He) MAHTIN FTNE, llth I'i. Dade F. deral Dull ling. Mian i Florida not later than Novembei 25, 19(3, ,.1 .1 In, i -.Pi-. t.'uafeasO will hi entered agalnal you. I lATBD: 11.1..1.. "-'-. 196 I I': I.KATIIKR.M \N Clerk ..f Ihe I ul (ai -Hi B) N \ III.W ri'T. 1 leput) 1 : %  1 k MARTIN FINK attorney for Plaintiff 1 tih Floor I 'a.l.' !•". d. 1.1I Bldg. .Miami ::.', Florida 10 Bill ,f Complain! for 1H\ %  <-. here•. fi.1. filed herein, will be lak.-n aa c.-ni eaa. .1 b) > 1. 1 ..1 %  ii ai Miami. Florida, this 1st .,i.M of Novi mix r, IMS. 1:. H, 1.1 :.\ rii 1:11 MAN. I'I.I k -.f the t'.iii'iiit Court, I 'a.l. 1 'ounty, l-'liirlda. (seal) Ely: N. A. HEWETT, I i.-piitv i 'leik MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1111 Alnsley Ituil.tliiK Miami 32, Florida 11 '6-13-22-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60897.A IN RE: Estate nf Tlli:i.MA POROE3 I.. ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltora ami All Persona Having Claims or Demanda Against Said Estate: You are hereby I'.-I 'i-->l and required to preaent an) clalma and demands which v*.ni ma) have against the atate of 1111:1.MA l'l )RGF:s deceased late of Dnde County, Florida, t.. the Count) Judges "i Dnde Counly, and file the nme In dupllcati and %  .%  provided In .-''.::--II 733.16, Florida Statutes, in th.ir officea In ilm Count) Courthouse 1.1 Dade County, Florida, within six calendar montha from tintime of the il'st publication hereof, or the aame will b. barred Dated at Miami. Florida, 111 i17th day of O r luna r, A.D. 1963. GEORGE C HEREN As Administrate!. 1 T \ l-'iisi publication of thla notice "ii th.%  _•".!l da) of %  i.-i. I.. 1. 196 I, CHER EN ,v GOLDEN Attorne) for Administrator CTA 64)7 1 H) mpta Bldg Miami 12, Fla. in 25, 11 I-8-1S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 11395 MARY JEAN1NK PEAVY, riainiilf \ s. Ill 'HH PEAVY, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yuf. Ill mi PEAVY, Ri ftidence town, are notified tn aer\'e a copy -.f your answer to Divorce Coitiplatnt filed ..u.i.iiyou on Plaintiffs attorney, .;I:III;I:I: NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Fla., and file original "iii 1 %  : of this 1'..111 1 on or November 25, 1918, otherwise .-mi'l ni ^ 1 1 i'confessed b) v ou. I I ATEI' 1 ictober :'-'. 191 1: 1: I.I-:ATH I:RMAN 1. i. %  the t'li till 1 '.-lit 1 .in B) K U. I.V.MAN. it) Clerk 1", 25, 11 l-s-i;, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6C88I-A IN RE: Estate -.f CHARLES 1M.\. IN, I I. -'e.ls.-il NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Clalma or Demands Agalnal Said Estate: You srhereby notified and 10qufhad t*. present any olalms and de man.is which you ma) have against the .state ..f CIIARI.KS I'lN'nN, deceased late of Dade iViiniy, Florida, t ii the Counly ^udgea of [aide County, und file the -am. In duplicate and aa provided In Section r38.16, l-"loiida staiutes. in th.ir officea In the County c.until..us.in Dade County, Florida, within alx calendar months from th.(i r the first publication hereof, or the sain.will be barred. I '..I. -I at Miami. Flol Ida, I Ins I Hh .In oi ('. toll. i.A.I' CHARLES A DIXON Aa Executor 1 %  publication ol 1 i>is ni I the 23th du> "i let 1 1 r, 1963. Ri 'I:I-:I;T SI % %  TT 1\ I 'F'MAN Vttoi ne) for Exi cut..r Tel. 3T9-2T36 nala) Bldg., Miami, Fla. ii i-8-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 63C 10891 -I. VH RAVINGS n \NK 1 IF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, Plaintiff, \ s. BRCCE 11 PKT1LLO, 1 1 ux, el al, I i.'fell.lanlNOTICE OF SUIT T( >: Bruce 11 p. nil., ami Alice P. tl hi. hia w |fe. Residence tlnknow 1 and if r, married, their unknow and if dead, the m know n hi % %  a,


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th .11/, owian s IVoJJ Jewish Florxdiaxx Florida. Friday, November 15. 1963 Section B : .. U Emanu El Social Meet Temple Emanu-El will hold its semi-annual social meeting and dance on Sunday. Nov. 24. 8 p.m.. in the Fontaine Room of the Fontaineblcau Hotel. Joseph M. Lipton, president of the Temple, has announced the program will include a brief business meetin,:. followed by dancing rnd a late supper. A special feature of the affair v. ill be presentation of "Broadway Merry GoRound." directed by Trixie Levin. Cast members are Mrs. Ben Ball, Mrs. Barbara Bessey. Mrs Sanford Burns. Mrs. Bernard Green, Mrs. Blliotl Harris. Mrs. Murry Koretsky, Mrs Harry A Levy. Mrs Martin Smith, with Deva Solov at the piano. Overseeing the many items ranging frrom bowling ball bags to pressure cookers to be ofiered at the Beth David Sisterhood auction on Sunday evening, Nov. 24, in the Temple's Spector Hall are (left to right) Mrs. Murray Dancks. fund-raising vice president; Mrs. Harold Reinhard, auction vice chairman; Mrs. Sam Osrtowsky, auction chairman. All merchandise has been donated, and Leonard Stern will serve as auctioneer. Wise Chapter Meeting Louise Wise Chapter. American offered at the meeting. Fewish Congress, will meet at the The chapter last week launched Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday a choral group under the direction noon. Nov. 21. of Beena Barnett. Mrs. Mary S. Mrs. Joseph White, program Cohen Is president. Mrs. Lillian chairman, said that prizes will be Townsend is hostess. [tting their best foot forward. Barbara Bessey, Dcvida Levy ic Judy Smith, of the Temple Emanu-El Players, wind up reversals for "Broadway Merry-Go-Round" which will be prer.:ed at the Temple Emanu-El semi-annual social meeting ciance at the Fontainebleau on Nov. 24. n J by ISABEL GROVE I'll ral delicious birthday, sweet II be celebrated by Barsusan Abel with 45 friends datives Luncheon to id Saturday at Holiday Inn, '..lines, although her birth ias actually Nov. 14 iter I Dr. and Mrs. Philip 530 Santurce, the prettj iger is in the nth grade at Gables Hmh She beto Tau Delta, Topai-BBG, Youth Gump of Temple Intensely Interest' d designing, she spem s at deal of time sewing and ind made the [ovelj •ii" will wear to her pai tj Family members attending lion in Barbara's honi II hide her sisters. Su:iJanet, and grandmothers. Charles Abel and Mrs. I i ied'ander. a id Mrs. Sidney Rargoff [' %  % %  <" %  ted •."> years of v ed.lod centlj with a family din| l> :U Chandler's I)e I mi'prise was meeting a |i-' cousin ol Mrs Kargoff's. ) happily chose the same I 10 be dining there p^cr 2(i years had passed since %  > last saw one another %  cue dinner and an orI a for dancing al the I istl '' %  • in honor ol Mr; and Mrs. Charles Simon's 15th anniversary Party held in the couple's lovely Allison Isle home attracted many relatives, including daughter Mrs. Flora Carlis. Mr and Mrs. Jack Taylor. Mr and Mrs. Norman Arkin. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobs, brother and sisters of Mrs. Simon. Now that Harry Gordon is at home convalescing from a too long illness, he and wile Jennie Will be happy to greet their many friend." at 2201 So. Miami Ave The George Kroncngolds just returned from extensive traveling Revisited Puerto Rico, then made a briel trip to New York to gel the latest information on the World's Fair which they're certain will be "the gr atest" A former national Officer and three-time president if the New York ASIA Chapter. George and his wile then attend ed the ASTA World Travel Congress in Mexico Did lots of sight sebum to.the colonial towdjp Ol San Miguel Allende, Guan] juato and famous Lake Pat* cuaro Also visite Acapulco ;<-,\ (he Spa .ii Ixtapan and San .lose Puma Pound it all very Continued on Page 6-B from our collection 3-PC. "BUTTE" KNIT ft IN FASHIONABLE WHITE WOOL i 39 A Burdine's "Butte" knit is admired the world over wonderful to live in, wonderful to be seen in, wonderfully versatile. Costume shown is one from a radiant new collection, Chanel-type jacket, pullover, slim skirt. White with gleaming golden buttons. 8 to 13. Just say, "charge iti" KNIT SHOP, MIAMI (THIRD f-LOCR. ALSO DADELANl). MIAMI BEACH. 163rd ST., FT. LAUDERDALE, WEST PALM BEACH



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lav November 15, 1963 fJewisti ikHMM) Page 3-A Deep South Will Eventually Accept Integration JACOB RlfKIH By Special Report NEW YORK The attorney who secured an injunction prohibiting the prosecution of civil rights workers in Americus, Gil., assertod here that even I he deep South will eventually accept integration. Morris B Abrarn, chairman of the American Jewish Commit• tee's Executive Board, made this prediction in his tirst public state' ment following his successtul %  prosecution of the Americus case. He spoke here at the American I Jewish Committee's first Herbert II. Lehman Human Relations Award Dinner at the Pierre Hotel. Guests of honor were Gov. and MrLehman; Mrs. Henry IttleEampagne Dinner to Honor Jacob Rif kin >r Efforts on Behalf of Medical Center ID. noted Jewish com!• ,:nd philanthropist, -I ol honor at a chamiquet on third night of h ch falls on Thursday, .,! tinFontainebleau Ho—.,t— are the Business and nal Council for Kupat • asurer of the Council, i i the Ristadrul Man of Award in recognition of (standing efforts on behalf | reater Miami Medical Cen%  rsheba." addition to the citation, a :ll be paid to Rifkin by Beirut, which will name the I rap) Department of the Bit enter in his honor. ConOf the S400.000 medical %  e ll underway. lit Greater Miami Business Professional Council is con|bu'-g $200,000 toward the idical and Rehabilitation Cenwth HistadrutIsrael conju'ng the balance. itution w ill serve the enNi _< v. caring for in-patients 'lentwho are either rai or civilians. The Center >i :• lesigned along the lines of : "iis Dr. Howard Rusk Irapy and Rehabilitation iti New York City. I ersheba (enter will be %  ci to the David DubinskyV. < Hospital of Kupat Ilolim. npleted and now under >nna Brenner Meyers. and Rabbi I.eon Kion .1 leader of Temple n. co-chairman, this nounced that Miami conti. the Medical Cent-r • row reached the half-k. I" %  • 'ion to members of the and Professional Council. % ai.' being extended to Rifkin, "whose services Center >r Seniors Here Day Center for Senior CitiMiami Beach will begin I %  5day at the Beach YMIIA, P' ; : Rl., from 11:30 a.m. to P'> I tn. v ties mil include an English i arts and crafts group, a choral group. Participants for lunch, and free bus psportation will be provided. addition to the Tuesday profm. the Golden Age Friendship "'' and i letter-writing service ii' mil -wing on Sunday afteris, I'.ginning at l p.m. Activities are assisted by vol% '"' under the supervision of 11 1 '" 1 fessional group worker. In largi of information is Marvin lo the Jewish community and to Die important causerelating to Israel, are well known," the CO chairmen declare | Immigration Seen Rising TEL AVIV (JTAi — A marked increase in immigration to Israel from North America and Britain is expected to be recorded during 1363. S. Z. Shragai. head of the Jewish Agency Immigration Departmen*, told the closing session of the Jewish Agency executive plenary here this week. He said 2.000 immigrants were expected from North America, and 800 from Britain. He reported that immigration from Argentina this year would reach a total of 5.300 persons, compared with 1.160 in 1962 and 550 in 1961. Seven hundred immigrants were expected this year from Hungary, and more than 300 trom Chile. He said that most of these immigrants were young people and that 27 per cent had expressed a desire to settle in a kibbur?. He also reported that 80 per cent of the Argentine immigrants were native-born Argentinians. Aryeh Pincus, Jewish Agency treasurer, presented a 1964-65 budget proposal for I £340,000.0C0 ($113,333,333) to the plenary. This was about I £30,000,000 (-10,000,000) less than the currant budget. He said the 1964 fiscal year was expected to be the fourth in a row of large immigration with experses but not l income rising. on, 88-year-Old philanthropist and community leader, \-. ho was the recipient i I the award; and If >! ert S. Benjamin, national chairman ot the U.S. Committee for the United Nation-; and board chairman of United Artists Corp.. who received a special American Jewish Committee award lrom Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson. Abram, who is a native of Fitzgerald. Ga., said that the people of the deep South "can accept change when they know they must.' Referring to the Americus case, Abram said that the decision evoked "less resentment than resignation." He added: "This is not to say that the South will voluntarily give in and accord the Negro his constitu lional right-. They are not nearly ready to do so. Bui even tindeep south will accept the inevitable with a kind of -race which ione of the ilitraits ol the region." \t another point in the evening Robert s Benjamin, national chairman of the U.S. Committee lor the United Nations, urged the world's religious bodies, to "reaeh out for a new sen>e of spiritual community that transcends national borders He added "In the same way that nations are discovering that their nation al integrity is protected and not threatened by national cooperation, so the religious fellowships will realize that they can achieve their own sense of national community without jeopardizing their theological and creedal differences which represent their unique contribution-." In his remarkon the civil rights struggle, Abram said that the "principal obstacle to integration Is inertia." and added that the Integration fight could be ex pressed in what he termed "the four Is: "The principal obstacle to integration is 'Inertia.' Inertia cannot be overcome except when 'Integration' is understood to be 'Inevitable' and, further, when it is recognized that the inevitable is 'Immediately' at hand." Abram pointed out that "no one like< to change old habits and practices, no matter how indefensible they may be." He added: "There seems to be a Newton's Law in human relations that re quires inertia to be overcome by -I me counter Mice. Fortunately the force required is seldom physical. While the deep South still ?ays neve ••' itpeople can accept change when they know they must and w hen the answer to the question 'when is 'now'." Abram added: "Although the Aelony case marshalled against the traditions and practices of Amrricns, Ga.. an objectionable form of federal power. I never felt : the least bit out of place there this week. Old friends were still ourteous and some were cordial. Even the antagonists, though unrelenting in their opposition, were not personally hostile in face-toface encounter. IS Years bprieaer Hem* Owned Home Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, positive pest control with regular service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK i ALL FR 7-141 b Greater Miami's Largest Exterminator BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN I' Wl Michigan Av*„ Miami Beach 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Executive Chairman Moshe Sturett told the press that relations between the Israel Government and the World Zionist Executive were impro\ing steadily and j that the two were working closely together Dr. Niiluim Goldmann told the plenary thai unless the Zionist movement entered fully into the Jewish life of communities outside of Israel, leadership would pass into non-Zionist hands with all the dangers inherent for Israel in such a development. He said | the Zionist movement must be-i come a central force in the Conference of Jewish Organizations' and that these goals were attainable only with the sincere aid of the Israel Government. Hebrew Classes At Beth Israel Ulpan courses in conversational Hebrew, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, will begin Tuesday at Beth Israel Synagogue. Three classes, from beginners through advanced Hebrew, will meet for two hour sessions starting at 8 p.m. There will be two semesters of 10 weeks each. CHECK Before you decide upon any mortgage financing to buy, sell, build or refinance, it will pay you to check the advantages of... DADE FEDERAL HOME FINANCING INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS 5Vi, SVA and 6% TOTAL CLOSING COSTS AS LOW AS 714% plus abtfrwtt* LONG TERM —LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS NO PREPAYMENT PENALTY—PROMPT SERVICE Individual and builder inquiries cordially invited. There's no obligation I "One of the Notion's O/des' and Largest" Dade Federal Savings AND LOAN ASfOC'KTION Of (OSfPH M UPTON. 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Page 10-B + i***utnr+Minr Friday, Noverriser 13 f < WOMAN OF THE WEEK Helga Kramarsky (eels that sne was born twice — once when she was actually born in Germany and then aaain when she arrived in New York on her sixteenth birthday. She was one of the 116 children sponsored bv the Baroness Edouard Rothschild, who had a huge story book castle right outside cf Paris. Here, the children lived like king! and queens, receiving a formal education, including a thorough training in the arts, as well as trades. It was run on the order of an Israeli kibbutz. The Baroness gave not only financial aid. but of herself as well, knowing each child by name, what they excelled in. and keeping track of them in their later years. In New York. Helga as most of the refugees, went to work, attended Hunter College at niuht. and graduated from NYU as an X-ray technician. At f-rst. she found New York frightening. In her own words, "You like it. then you love it. and finally you cant do without tabulous New York.'' But she did learn to do without it. and Miami became a wonder ful substitute. She met her husband. Bernard, through %t ^^^~ jfZ. mutl,a friends, having a common bond, since v'.. ^^ ^j^Stmt ne a sn arr vp d in America, on his sixteenth i*\Vt ** .tm&^dfiKk birthday. Hum Amsterdam. Holland I'.er HnG& nard's family are well-known art collectors, and through him her interest became a driving force in her life. After marriage. Helga took an interior decorating course at Hunter, but the fruits of this hobby have only recently begun to bloom. Eight years ago. the Kramarskys moved to Miami with thcr children. David and Susan. Helga says that she and her husband don't golf, play bridge, fish, swim together or have the same hobbies at all; but what is more important, they belong together "because we were meant for each other.'' Store bought cake has no place in the Kramarsky household. Helga has a complete collection of delicious recipes which she is willing to share, the recipes, that is, because the family draw the line at the actual product. Bernard's mother. Mrs. Lola Kramarskv. is national president of Hadassah. and when Susan was born, she made Helga a life member. Since then, Hadassah has been part of Helga's life, and she delights in doing spot jobs. Her interest in interior decorating has snowballed during the last two years, and she is now professional. STARRING MARJORIE COWAN Irving Cowan arranged another of his spectacular birthday parties for his wife. Marjorie. on the mezzanine of the Diplomat Hotel. Blazing with lights, a huge picture of Marjorie as Cleopatra on an equally huge marquee dominated the reception area. A Roman toga-draped slave announced the guests as they arrived. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Mel Green. Mr and Mrs. Rocky Pomeranz. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Weinkle. Mrs. Jerry Blank, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fnedland. Dr. and Mrs. Hy Cohen. Mr and Mrs. Stanley Arkin. and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hart. No silverwear was in evidence, and guests sat on the floor and ate with their fingers. Two bands kept things humming. In the middle of a sparkling, bubbling pond of water, sitting on a rock, a harpist played softly. A good friend of Marjories. Dotty Williams, whose husband William is a noted New York disc jockey, flew down for the party which ended after the guests trooped upstairs to a room markeo "Sardi' for corned beel sandwiches at three o'clock. > BELLS BELLS BELLS the bridal buffet table was clever, two bells one with Carolyn and one with Merrill in raised letters. On the small terpiec irere brides, the handiwork of the co-hostesses, Elinore (Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz and Grace iMrs, Nat' Strauss, whosi lunchi on h 11 ored < arolyn Weinkle on the occasion of her coining mar riag rrill Lamb on Dec 1 Along with the Weinkle 1 main and grandmothi rs were Harriet 'Mrs. Larry) Singer, Dorothy (Mrs, Be Orin, Simmy Mrs Paul) Barnett, and Alberta (Mrs, William 1 Pallol Mrs Morris Blau and Mrs. Larrj Adler were also an • ho drank a to is) to the bride. • FIFTY-FOUR YEARS OLD Certainly, Henrietta (Mrs James] Gordon, Barbara (Mrs Howard) Katzen, Sui Mrs Richard) Helfman. Ins (Mrs. Danieh Prankel, Jackie MrBait Cohen, Phyllis (Mrs. Harvey) Miller. Mar) [Mrs, Stephen, Quartin. Barbara (Mrs Marvin) Brown. Mikki i.Mrs. Morris) Futernick, Marlene 'Mrs. Richard) Stone. Rosemarie ,Mrs. Stanley) Roth, Rhoda (Mrs. Morris) Levitt, and Staci Warshaw aren't anywhere near that age. but their sorority was fifty-four years old. and they were helping the Alpha Epsilon Phi's celebrate Founders Day at a green-and-white luncheon at Chandler's. The alums enjoyed watching the Alpha Epsilon Phi pledges, who looked as if they were competing in a Miss Teen-Age of America contest as they put on a skit. Miss May Brunson. dean of girls at the University of Miami impressed on the girls their part in making the image of sorority a good one. Bea (Mrs I. Mi Weinstein offered the invocation. NO SPEECHES It was a formal dinner dance for members of the Standard Club. Just eating, drinking, dancing, entertainment and no speeches. The party was in the new room and quite festive. It looks as if long dresses are here O stay. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs Sidney Ansin. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolff. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens. Mr and Mrs, Charles Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs Marshall Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky. Mr. and Mrs David Hochberg, and Mr and Mrs Jaj Kulak. Grace Goldstein, stai • ith her husbatd, H 15. uapleasantly surprised when Mr. and Mrs Berney Kief walked up to them, and he [zed her from 21 years .1-1 when the) were students to. • %  W isconsin. fhal pliment, Glazer, Seinfeld Exchange Vows The Deauville Hotel was the -ite of the marriage and reception for the former Helene Seine *r m g ff 'trr1ee Slawer who were united in a ceremony performed >>y Rabbi Eugene Labovitz on Saturday evening. Nov. 9. The bride wore a traditiona .loor length wedding gown of Imported silk peau. Designed with 1 molded bo. ice of imported reembroidered alencon lace, it feaiured a scalloped portrait neckline and long lace sleeves. The aisle-wide skirt, with sheath ef iect panel, was appliqued with reembroidered alencon lace. A flat silk bow at back terminated in a chapel train. Many tiers of imported silk French illt-sion fell from a pill box of silk peau and alencon lace sprinkled with tiny seed pearls, and the bridal banquet was a cascade of white roses and yellow orchids. Attending the bride were Brenda Seinfeld maid of honor. MaryLou Leahy and Marsha McArthur. Dr. Barry M. Seinfeld served as be.-t man to the bridegroom. Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seinfeld. 5225 NE 5th Ave., the new Mrs. Glazer attended Edison High. Her husband, owner of Glazer Air Conditioning Co.. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Glazer. of London. England, where he received his education. Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the newlyweds will live on Harbor Island. Women's Ulpan At Beth David Over 50 women are attending the L'lpan sessions. Women's Institute, given Tuesday mornings from 9:30 i-.m. to noon at Beth David Congregation. Mrs Maurice Kellner is chairman. Led by Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, subject for the lecture series is "Our Moral Law.'" Text used is "Everyman's Talmud." by Dr. A. Cohen. Sub-topics include "Does Man Have Free Will 0 .'' "Is the Soul Immortal?." "Is Man Created Gocd or Evil?." and "Are the Good Rewarded and the Wicked Punished?" Registration for the first semester which will continue through Dec. 17. is still open. A beginners Hebrew course, led by Cantor William A Lipson. is' also being offered. B'nai Abraham Oneg Co-chairmen ol Temple B'nai Abraham Sisterhood <>neg Shah bat and program on Friday evening are Mesdames Nathan Zwitman, David Brody. [sadore Black and Ira A. Joffey. r „,.~„~., „-,-, — — ~ The Wedding Shoppe ; \ 3614 Coral Way Ph. HI 4-0614 % -.. %  4 WEDD NC INVITATIONS 4 AnnouncfiTunts — Stat : one r y 4 MATCHES NAPKINS 4 l Wedding & Shower Accessories i M II %  ..I, %  i %  < LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • PIPAIR.NG Serving Dad* County Over 75 Years 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6 9904 Ner Tamid Women to Meet Temple Ner Tamid SisJrSN will hold a general merr.:*^. 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Friday, November 15, 1963 f-..jv* nk#-4HB%M Page 11-B %  HE Council of Jewish Federations arid Welfare Funds jed its four-dap session with a luktail partv and formal ban|.i Saturday night at the Dip| Hotel. Chairman of the i lit was Mrs Stanley C. Myers. r this special occasion, she re a black peau do sole with I • ml : brocading Her I • •.! • id bracelet-length i! shape l skiii. i snstein < hose a 1 n in a lull skirl '. i Inei Kren covered with sii\ ei i-.i \ icr | • %  n li il around |i ep I collar \\;ili sil1 tads I v. as the II in Mi Sam Heiman. Her leal overs ted h n d beted buttons. An emerald In silk alpaca dinner costume worn bj Mrs. Louis Heiman jlitted bodice had a scooped time and tap sleeves. |S. Arnold Sedeer selected a (ilack silk faille sheath with atching waist length fitted Black silk with an cmfered floral motif in jet and sequins was worn by Samuel Friedlaod. Mrs. Kaplan's turquoise silk 'had deep "V" decolletage neckline in both front and Her sheath skirt was trically craped across one Irs Sidney Lefcourt. whose is president of the Greatami Jewish Federation, kn imported black silk bro|ith a deep squared neckelbow-length sleeves. was the color choice of iron I'arr and Mrs. Jean un, who were vice chair[the Assembly, Mrs. Farr's moss crepe sheath was embroidered over the entire bodice with white cavier heads and gold iridescent sequins. Chiffon over silk talfeta was worn by Mrs. Lehman. Her classic sheath had a matching hip-length jacket with interesting treatment at the neCK line. From New York. Mrs. Josesp Willen, who is national president ol the National Council of Jewish Women, chose a I rillianl multi-colored floral print on a background ol white silk. IJRS. Carl Weinkles black rib bon lace ft atured a si allopcd scooped neckline. Her icath had short sl< %  • es. Pink silk i fon was worn bj Mr £ li Lewis. Wide free floating panniers hun from the hack i I hi r neckline. Mrs. Leah Udell's black silk sheath featured scroll appliques of sell fabric. An iced blue embossed brocade sheatn was the choice of Mrs. Sarah Greenburg. Mrs. Rose b. Cohen's gown had a fitted bodice of gold and silver brocade topping a full black chiffon skirt. Chairman of the Young Matron's Division. Mrs. Benedict A. Silverman. wore a gold on-gold brocade sheath with a tailored three-quarter-length coat. Contrast of the richness of the fabric to the Sample classic lines was startling. Mrs. Leon Ell selected a royal purple silk sheath with a draped how over 0A6 hip. Powder blue and lavendar combined in the floral chilfon print worn by Mrs. Jack Waldman. The bleus on bodice dropped low over the waistline and her skirt was full. Mrs. Joseph Waldman's print was in mint green and pink. Her silk sheath was detailed with iridescent sequins which outlined the print Mrs. Max Hecht receives an award in behalf of herself and her husband presented by the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami at a brunch Sunday in the Alq!ers Hotel. Leon J. Ell, president of the Council, p ns en orcird or. Mrs. Hecht, who together with Mr. Kecht, c.rre-.t'y recuperat from a recent il'ness, heve been ide:: .:;..d with JNi for many years. Beth Dcv'd Will Kecr Airman JFCS Officials Accept Citation At Conference %  •Strength to Families Under Stress" is the theme cf the Family Service Association of America's 1963 biennial conference this week at the Sheraton-Palace Hotel in San Francisco. Dr. William C. Menn'nger. president of the Menningcr Foundation of Topeka. and Dr. Ellen Winston, Commissioner of Welfare. U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, head the list of speakers addressing the more than 1.000 representatives cf Family Service aqeneip* throughout the country at the conference. Mrs. Burton B Goldstein, president of the Jewish Family and Children's Service, a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and JFCS Executive Director Leon D. Fisher are representing the Miami cc-nmunity at the conference, where they have been selected to receive a first-place award for an outstanding visual dlsr!ay oi th? work of the ajency. The Family and e o li I \ ;:; the < ..:> n a and has offic is at 4.5 • :: I Miami, and at 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Cap: Leo Gardner, district New officers electei al a recent JFCS is a professional social sales manager for El Al Israel meeting of the groun are Barry case work agency providing family Airlines in the Miami area, will r,el,,u r president; Harriet Ostrie counseling, foster care and adop' and Joan Bernstein, vice presition. service to the senior citizen, be featured speaker at the Tuesdcn(s Mj|cs Banks ar(| B(mnie ht ,, p wi h otho| pcrsonal and social day evening meeting ol Beth Dav\fooney. secretaries: and Marvin problems, information, and referid Young Adults. Tamarkin, treasurer. ral service. I %  Director To Address Women Reyes, Latin American Reyes ha* been cited by Miami tor of station WTVJ in I Mayor Robert King High for his ill discuss "The Cuban j work in promoting good will and on Wednesday noon at j understanding between the people s>-ael Sisterhood general of Miami and the growing Lalin be held in the Wolfson | American colony. 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Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY IVoIume 36 — Number 46 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 15, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20* Full Text of the Vatican Communique on the Jews CARACASPresident Romulo Betancourt, of Venezuela (right), reviews developments >n Latin America with B'nai B'rith President Label A. Kalz and predicts a continued growth ior its Jewish community. Betancourt said that post-war Jewish emigres to Venezuela are now fully-inteurated into the life of the country, and there is "no anti-Semitism here." PRIOR WDGMWT BY JOURNALISM Soviet Violates Own Rule, B'nai B'rith Chief Charges By Special Report B'rith lust week made iter to Soviet AmbassVnatoly Dobrynin charging SSH ot ignoring its own i ol UP imprudence in the re! • call for a "show trial" of I accused of economic of! \ Katz, Of New Orleans. ot the Jewis-h service | :ation. also protested to JD nin the "evident anti-Samlitic quotient" in the show trial, Ipn -a I which appeared in Izthe Soviet government's new %  paper. ,i resolution adopted last Mai 18 at a plenum of the Sov • preme Court, which declared that "no one can he declared guilty of a crime and subject to criminal punishment in any other manner"' except by the courts. .Mr. Katz wrote: "How can a Soviet court render a just verdict when the official government newspaper has already called for a circus atmosphere and has pronounced the death sentence?" The Supreme Court resolution, based on the I'SSR constitution, also emphasized that the courts must sit "under conditions which exclude any external influence upon the judges." The Izvertia article, published Continued on Page 9-A CATHOLICS URGE UTTER CAMPAIGN PAGE 8-A HOME — " Guy Mollet, conferred Continued on Page 13-A By Special Report NEW YORK — Jewish religious leader-hip in the United States this week cautioned the American Jewish community "not to fall into the trap" of one of the architects of the destruction of Judaism in the Soviet I'nion— Aaron Vergelis. The call was issued by Rabbi Uri Miller, president of the Synagogue Council of America, the coordinating national body of the three congregational and rabbinic branches—Conservative. Orthodox and Reform—of the U.S. Jewish religious community. Rabbi Miller said that "Vergelis will, without doubt, in his appearance on the American scene, confront us with a barrage whitewashing anti-Jewish deeds by denying prevailing facts." Rabbi Miller further declared that "it is with sorrow that we have no alternative but to let the Jewish community of the United States know that the Continued on Page 6-A NEW YORK (JTA) A lead ing Chassidic rabbi in Israel condemned the picketing this week of the Israeli Consulate here in a statement released through the American section of the Jewish Agency. Rabbi Yekutiel Halberstam. the famous Klausenberg Rebbe. sent a cabled message through S. Z. Shragai, head of the Aliyah De partment of the Jewish Agency in Israel, in \ hich he said he had no connection whatever with either the demonstrations or the stonethrowing in the Mea Shearim quarter of Jerusalem or with the demonstrations organized in N e W York. The Rebbe said in his statement that he was "opposed to and condemns all these activities conducted both in Israel and outside Israel." He said that the only "solution" to the current controversy between the ultraOrthodox groups and the Israel government was joint cooperation of all segments of religious Jewry in an effort to develop a viable solution of the current problems "and in the increase of immigration of religious Jews to Israel." Rabbi Halberstams statement was seen as indicating that a solution to the controversy was being worked on: in Israel and that there was. therelore, no justification for the ultra Orthodox demonstrations in New York City. The demonstrators who picketed the Consulate under the watchful eye of mounted police carried placards which condemned "pogroms against our brethren in Israel" and assailed "missionary exploitation of economic distress" in Continued on Page 2-A JORDAN SAYS 'YES' Did Council Offer Funds To Arabs? WASHINGTON (JTA) Indications that the anti-Zionist American Council for Judaism may be collaborating with the Palestinian Arab delegation to the United Nations have been received here. The indications came from Arab press reports. On the basis of these reports, inquiries hive been made with the United States Department of Justice on whether the anti-Zionist group was registered as a foreign agent The Jordanian newspaper "Falast in" reported from Cairo that "the American anti-Zionist Council has announced it will work towards expending all possible assistance to the Palestinian (Arab) delectation in the United Nations General Assembly, and that it will also be active to bring to the attention of American public opinion the latest developments concerning the Palestine problem and the efforts of the Palestinians to achieve the return of the fatherland that was robbed from them—these matters appeared in a letter from the head Of the American Council (of Judaism) received by Ahmed Shukairy." Mr. Shukairy is leader of the Palestinian Arab delegation at the United Nations. i The Council in New York has meanwhile charged that the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, disseminator of the report, "was thoroughly discredited as a news Pgency in the recent hearings before the Se-iatc Foreign Relations Committee. I MIAMI FEDERATION RECEIVES CITATION Wave of Resolutions Closes CJFWF Twelve-hundred delegates headed home Sunday to translate into iction the recommendations of the 32nd General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Concluding five days of intensive sessions at the Diplomat Hotel here on the major issues facing the Jewish communities of the United States and Canada, the delegates charted the course of Jewish communal life in relation to local, national and overseas responsibilities. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, host to the General Assembly here, received a citation in honor of its 25th anniversary. Presentation was at a banquet Saturday night by Judge Irving Hill, of Los Angeles, • vice president of CJFWF. Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Miami Federation, accepted the citation. In final actions, the Assembly of 213 welfare funds, federations and Continued on Page 5-A



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Friday, November 15, 1963 vjtwlsti fhrrirlictr Page 7-A Gov. McKeldin Will be Guest Speaker At Dinner in Honor of Murray Shaw Murray A. Shaw (left) and Mrs. Shaw chat with Josef Almogi, Israel's Minister of Welfare, during a recent visit to Israel. Shaw, president of Temple Ner Tamid, will be honored at a dinner Saturday evening, Nov. 23, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw also met with Israel's President Zalman Shazar. Theodore R. McKeMfn will he meat speaker at the Temple Ner famid-Israel Dinner of Tribute on Saturday evening, Nov. 23. at the fontainebleau Hotel. Gov. McKeldin will make a spsdal presentation to Murrav A. Shaw, president of the Temple. Heading the committee for the dinner are Rabbi Eugene Lab"witi, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamil 1, Mrs. Fannie Sklar, honorary dinner Chairman; *'• vin L. Savage, chairman; Dr. Michael L. Horwiti, chairman of Enthusiastic response for the Temple Ner lamid-lsrael Dinner of Tribute honoring Murray A. Shaw is reported by Dr. Michael L. Horwitz, chairman of the Committee of Hosts, and Mrs. Henrietta Fine, president of the Temple's Sisterhood. Jr. Congregation Installs Officers Officers and board members of the student congregation of Beth I'm ah were installed during services last week conducted by the teen-age congregation under the direction of Miles Kuttler, Slate is headed by rabbi. Burl Lev} and Sanforri Kuttler: ways and mentis. Miehael Leb: gahbai. Robert Goodman; shamash. Larry Burrows, Kenny Goldberg, Andy Kahn, Richard Kaufman. Mark Shant sis; religious committee, Russell Kagan; president, .lane Hirsch ber vice president, Paul Herman; treasurer, Terry Abrams; iry, Rom ie Book. Debra Cohen. Jacky Kirschenbaum; hostesses Linda Augenstein, Wend} Halm. Hirschberg, Henrietta I.anger. Donna Solomon; trustee. Steven llackmeyer. Board of directors are Richard La vin. Carcn Bebchuck. Gary Goldstein. Randa Samuels. Sandy l.eff. Freddi Wiohter, Larry Kotler. Dcbbi Golden, Sheldon Bngler, Jonathan Weister, Mernii Fox, Ricky Morris. Barbara l.evine. David Tenenbaum, Louise Mishaan, Linda Silver man, Larry Kahn, Susan Goldman, Helayne stern. Keith Paulen, Harvey Greek. Mark Ellis, Phillip Samuels. Donald Hornstein, Cheryl Toth, Alan Karp. Prancine Kapchuk, Kenneth Ross. Stephen Goldstein, Larry Zuckerman, lleen Cohen, Michael Friedm a n. The Student Congregation conducts its services each Saturday morning in the Youth Room of the school building. i c^J?im4uMCbuur A^oxxy Nwel tun pol offtfi 3-doy, 2-nior.r otl-ocqnoiiii*.i Advantura Package. J38 par Ban. a 2 in a room, include oir-condillonad room, 7 aourmal maali, choice ol IhMna, %  oiling, bin ond boot rour, or <*ot lliing plu iwimmina. and olhor llland plaowrtl. Good until f rt.. I colt ol hovol not Included. Fliqhh doily from -Veil Mm Sooth. Ft. LaudordoU ond Miomi. Ratarva tnru Haiti *eprlntot:.: WILLIAM P. 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McKeldin was selected as the "ir.-t president ol the AmericaIsrael Friendship Society, an oran zation consisting of national leaders of all faiths in the fields of trt. business, education, labor, literature, pc'itics and religion, who jelieve that there is a need for a continuous and non-political ex* pression of Uu frer-dship which x.sts between Israel and the Unied States. Smart WAY TO THE NORTH :; %  :; SILVER METEOR SILVER STAR MORNING AND AFTERNOON DEPARTURES TO WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK DEPENDABLE. ALL-WEATHER SERVICE .Luxurious private-room Pullmans; modern, reserved reclinine-seat coaches Tavern observation car and other lounges Excellent attractively-priced dining car meals Seaboard's gay "Hospitality Hour". REGISTERED NURSE, passenger Service Agent... Liberal baggage allowance. Please make your rotorvatlon* oarly: FRanklln 1-6611 Seaboard Office: 173 E. Flagler St., 2206 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami; 1553 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach; 1240 S.E. Eleventh Ave.. 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Friday. November 15. 1963 *Jmisii Thrill tr Page 7-B from Top Value Enterprises. Inc.. Paul Furman and Mrs. Donald include Mrs. Irwin Potash. Mrs. are being offered as prizes to the Frank are co-chairmen for the Mylcs Eaton. Mrs. Jerome Ad 8U e fashion show. Miss Sharon Lee man. Mrs. Eugene Brams. M May Branson, Dean of Women vvi acl as coordinator, and Mrs. Bert Saul. Mrs. Leonard Bcndcll. at the University of Miami, will Marvin Lewis will be commentaMrs. Sam Foreman, and Mr! recite the Panhclleruc creed. Mrs. tor. Other committee members eph Klein. Left to right are Mrs. Paul Furman, co-chairman of the fashion show, Mrs. Myles taton, archon of Pni biqma bigmo naaaoM of Greater Miami, and Mrs. Donald Frank, co-chairman of the show. They are shown holding the trophy to be given to the Model of the Year. Phi Sigs Again Eye Scholarships At Society's Model of the Year Show Scholarships for Da'le County ••Indents will again be the uo.il of Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae members wnen they present their annual Sorori'y Model of the Year Fashion Show on Nov. lb" at the Fontainebleau Hotel at 1:10 p.m. Models from the 13 sororities at the University of Miami, wearing fashions and furs by Hartley's and Writers' Group Elects Officers The inaugural luncheon meeting of the newly-formed Jewish-American Writers Society of Miami Beach was held in the "Upstairs Room" at Chandler's Restaurant All 25 of the Society's charter members, lree-lance newspaper and magazine writers, attended the first meeting and elected Miss Bcvcr'yc Keusch. president; Milton Wand, vice president; and Mrs. Elaine Aarons. secretarytreasurer. The group will meet regularly, on the first Monday of each month at CJiandler's starting Jan. 6. Sugnnne Mmn-snuM CilOIII till IMUID swtirvm |t* tt (N •onk'ttf %  Mlaflll — BVMlNt •0" fjttrnmc* KKTOI rriov KM ftiuina ••W CAIOIU BKH •O* DTCMB4 IAKI UN *-oi. lonu tmr txmnai fetauring j. Baldi hairstyles, will compete for the title and engraved trophy. Last year's winner. Carol Jacobs, of Alpha Delta Pi. will present Hie award to the winning model Mrs. Meyer Baskin. patroness oi the I'm Sigma Sigma active chapter on the University of Miami campus, will also model .luring the show. Phi Sigma Sigma is celebrating its soth anniversary and the sorority's mo.lei w.ll show a gold formal gown in honoi jf the occasion. Phi Sigma Sigma, which now supports four scholarships, gives -in additional scholarship each year to a student participating in the Ycung Scientist's Research Program in Dadc County schools. These students are screened by a committee from the Dadc County School Board and the Alumnae i Chapter, together with Dr. Milton Saslaw. director of Children's Cardiac Hospital, who is also dircctoi ; of the program. A highlight of the fashion show will be the selection of the winner by audience participation. A lurtrimmed cashmere sweater from Hartley's and a stereophonic Infidelity radio and record playei B'nai Raphael Sisterhood B'nai Raphael Sisterhood, formerly Dadc Heights Jewish Congregation Sisterhood, held a mother and daughter breakfast and fashion sh w on Sunday morning Mrs. Sy Feirerstadt was in charge oi reservations. GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING! f4HB fMViiliil IfoUITOrvT [IKARINARA wonders II SAUCE I m witn Stew. BUITONI MARINARA SAUCE To Grace Your Holiday Table ASK FOR Produced and Bottled by L'KOVED WINE CO. Yonkers, N.Y.



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Friday. November 15, 1963 Novelist Allen Drury Will Address own Hal] Forum of Temple Israel twist norklifain Page 9 B "\oi -'list Allen Dmrv will arli, < the Town Hall Forum of' [Ymple Israel of Greater Miami „i Tiio-.'ay evening, Nov. 36. Published in 1959, his novel.; %  Advise <<' lf 1 Consent.*' was a i; ( i.)k -i>t -the -.\ionth Club selection j md -oon rocketed to the top of| the nation's bestseller lists. It \ I was adapted for the stage and; had a successful Broadway run fore Otto Preminger brought in his star-studded motion pictine production. In 1962, Drury's second political novel. "A Shad* of Difference," was published and soon plicated the success of its predecessor. Revolving around the w African nations and a crisis of United States p.'estige at the | United Nations, the sequel features many of the characters from the first book. \Washington contributor to •In Reader's Digest. Drury remuins in an excellent position to observe the shifting political rhe United Nations setting for "A Shade of Difference" was chosen, he says, "because "it was inscnpable. Nothing in our times s mere important to the world han the United Nations, and nothing would more logically concern the men of government and politics than what goes on there. "If there is one essential purpose in this novel, it is to say two hings concerning which both the UN and U.S. should put their respective houses in order, and -non. "However justifiable in terms of the past, the racial attitudes of certain sections of this country give it an enormous handicap in the present day world." The latest novel was a selection of the Literary Guild. Because of the issues involved in the plot, it has not been available for sale to motion pictures, the author announcing that "condensation involved in a movie version might produce a film that would be highly damaging to the United States abroad." Thanksgiving Tea oW Br ofc s i n Review At EmanU'EI Following the noon meeting %  l : A Thanksgiving tea. in honor of B nai B ri,h Womcn Anne Fr: k Temple Emanu-El PTA will be Chapter, at the Park Lane CaCegiven by the Temple Sisterhood: teria on Tuesday, Kabbi Hersbel at the Pontainebleau Hotel (m'rjrooks. of Temple Zamora, II • review Some of My Best Friends." ALIEN DBUKY Rabbi Weberman Slated Featured speaker on the Forum Discussion Program this Sunday. 7:30 to 11 p.m., will be Rabbi Phineas Aaron Weberman, of Temple Ohev Shalom. Topic, to be heard over WEDR-FM. 99.1, will be "The Orthodox Jew." wilder Kogan is president of the Sisterhood. Special orogram will be a re view entitled "The Cycle of Life in Fashion," with Mrs. Sol Gold-; stein and Mrs. Bert Shapiro, nar: rators; musical selections, Mrs. Milton Weir.kle; accompanist. Mrs. Ben Ball. Also Mrs Philip Brooks, Mrs. Ronald Fine. Mrs. Ted Finkel, Mrs. Charles Gertler. Mrs. Peter Goldring, Mrs. Howard Grumcr, Mrs. Ira Hader, Mrs. Elliott liarI ris, Mrs. Jack Hartley, Mrs. Alvin I Malnik, Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt. Children's roles will be by Car; rie Brooks, Michael Brooks. Ken: neth Fine, Fern Frank, Dcbraj Goldring and Louis Rosenblatt. Beth Am Men To Hear Director Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am will sponsor a breakfast on Sunday morning. 10 a.m. Max Raskin, president, said that speaker will be Max Karl, directr, National Conference of Christians and Jews, who will speak on "Biothcrhood is More Than a Gleam in the Eye." Regular Sunday morning adult education class will meet with tlie Brotherhood this week. i Spaet to Speak At Home Meeting Mrs. Joseph Keiser, president. and Nathan Roth, chairman of the ; Dedication Committee, will report i on plans for the expansion program of the Jewi-h Convalescent Home, also known as B i k u r Cholim. Hide County Commissioner. idge Harold. B. Spaet, will adess the monthly meeting of the iish Convalescent Home of Florida on Wednesday noon Ihe Algiers Hotel. Former \ire mayor of the city Miami Beach, Judge Spaet rved several terms as president Jewish Home for the Aged Greater Miami. He recently is named by Gov. Farris Bryant ,i three-vear term on the PlorCommi sion on Agi tg, Si.'ney Siegel, executive director, who is row attending the second annual meeting of the Ameri' can Association of Homes for the \ ii'.-. %  m Dallas. Tex., will discuss the conclave. o:-.ette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy star in "Bittersweet," LOW showing at the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road Mall ith "The Good Earth," featuring Paul Muni and Luise Reiner. The twin bill will be followed on Nov. 21 with "A Tale of Two C";ties," starring Ronald Colman, and Jeanette MacDonald in The Firefly." 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Friday. November ]=-, 1963 "JfewfeJ* rir.riri&*t7 Page 9-A Dade Junior College President to Speak At Bureau of Jewish Education Dinner lh\ I'.-ter Masiko Jr., proiH.".i ,if Mijjni-Dad* Junior College. will address the, 22nd annual din nor of-tin? Bureau of Jewish Editcltion on WV. 27 at the Diplomat (Jountry Club. JlUe < :iner will feature a special salute honoring presidents of congregations of schools closely itfsocii t< i with the Bureau and ihc i-:.:.tll ition of newly-elected Bpieaii olfieers. Dr. Masiko received the Doctor o' Philosophy degree from Ihe Ur'iversify of Illinois, where he remained as instructor. He later became chairman of the Social Science Department at Wright Junior College in Chicago. In 19*2, Dr. Masiko cam* to Miami o assume his present post. He is a member of the American Lionoinic Association, Association for lfigher Education, American Association of School Administrators, American Association of Junior Colleges, and I'.S. Department of Defense Ad\isory Committee on Education in the Armed Forces. Or Irving Lehrman, of Temple Justice Goldberg Wilt Be Cited By Seminary By Special Report NEW YORK — Associate Jus lice Arthur J Goldberg, of the I'niled States Supreme Court, and nine Jewish communal leaders will be honored by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America mi Sunday Justice Goldberg will receive llti h< norai \ %  • %  \ % %  %  IOC % %  o< La at a special afternoon eonlocation at the Seminary, and the ceremonies uillgbe attended by prominent educators, theologians und leaders of business, industry utad Jewish affairs. The citation, which will accompany the honorary degree, states in part: "As adviser and teacher, jucge and advocate, you apply to the great dilemmas of this perplexed and confused age the insights of morality and ethic-, which have accrued to you in your long and brilliant careei twins the convocation, Mr. Gol bert will be guest speaker ;it tin annual Louis Marshall Award Dii er ol the Seminary's National Pair ns Society, which will con• I. tuts M irshall Memorial upon the nine communal • • This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors. I Ki.ianu-EI will install the new officers. Dr Herbert Baumgord will give (he benrdiclinn, a-d Rah W Solomon Schiff, president of the Rabbinical Association, will otter the invocation. Cantor Hirsh Adlii, of Temple EmanuEl. will present a short musica program accompanied by Ben Yomen. Planning Committee for the Bureau dinner includes Al Sherman in : Harold Thin-man. co-chairmen, nd Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abclow, Max D. Astor. Alex Aronoff, Sidney Aronovitz. Rabbi Shimon \7.ula\. Judge Frederick. N. Barad, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baskin. Dr. Joseph Bess. Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Dr. Sol Center, Mrs. Bernhardt II. C'hesman. Joseph Cohen, Mrs. LouiCohen, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, ( Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Martin Fine. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Prof Edward Fox, Melvyn B. Frumkes. Louis Gaaon. Bernard i. Gclbert. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Stanley clatter, Nathaniel (ilickman, Leon Goldberg, Samuel Goldstein, Morris Honigbaum, Charles Jacobs. Albert Jacob.on, Stanley Josowitz, George Katzman. Mrs. Jack Katzman, Sidnev Kay, Mrs. Benjamin Kazer. Mrs Eli King. Max Kolker. Morris Krevat, Robert Lipof. Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lubarr, Mrs Louis Makovsky. Oscar Mainber, Mr and Mrs. Max Meisel, Mr an I Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mis. Sanford L. Much nick. Mrs David Muskat. Albert Ossip, Jack W. Persoff, Jo-eph Post, Mrs Matilda Rattier, William Rich. Mrs. Philip Richman. Leo Robin-on, Al Roth. Jacob Sachs, Lester Shapiro, Manuel Solomon, Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Mrs. Alfred Stone. John Temple. Dr. Isaac Cnternian, Charles Welnberg, Morris Weiss. Raphael Yunes and Joe Zalis. DR. PITER MASIKO JR. Sholem Lodge Slates Speaker Speaker at the luncheon meet-! ing of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, j at a meeting on Friday, 12:15' p.m., will he Joseph 1. Yariith. regional director of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. In addition to discussing the latest accomplishments at the four campuses of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Yanich will present a film. '"The Highest Commandment." which shows the influence of Hebrew University on the development of the Negev, new immigrant settlements, scientific research, and defense throughout Israel. The film is narrated by Melvyn Douglas. The meeting will take place in the Cabana Club of the Robert Clay Hotel Tuesday ; Nov. 19 Katz Charges Reds Ignore Own Rules In Calling for 'Show Trials' by Journalism Continued from P/je 1-A i Oct. 20. wa? headlined "No Mercy i for Thieves!' It deliberately! identified Jewish family names I among the accused, saying it did! so to "disregard the malicious | slander" in the Western press which has charged the Soviet Union with cultural and religious discrimination against Its Jewish citizens. But Katz called the article "a I veiled effort to intimidate those' who seek to protest discriminatory practices against Soviet Jew s," The B'nai B'rith leader said the listing of J-wish names was "unprccedented" for a Soviet publica-i tion as important ;'s Izvestia. The conseouence is "to encourage anti-Semitic stereotyping and a climate conducive lo bigotry." he, declared. He also stressed to the Soviet Ambassador that the "in. flammatory article" violated the spirit of a United Nations Resolution adopted by the General Assembly in December, 1W2, urging the governments of its member-states to "discourage actively, through education and all media of information, the creation, propagation and dissemination of prejudice and intolerance in any form whatever." The issue cannot be easily dismissed as 'malicious slander." Katz wrote. "There is neither malice toward nor slander of the Soviet Union in the earnest efforts of those who seek to cncourane your Government to safeguard the full nationality rights of the Soviet Jewish community." We Are Putting Our STOCK in Firms of prestige in the business and civic life of your communitr. FIRM* INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PLEASE CALL HI 8-4994 ILL DOCK For City Commissioner MOP Feingold Rabbi S. M. Machtei Mr. and Mis. Sam Badanes Pete Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kaplan Dr. Harry Green Mr. and Mrs. S. J. 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•nday. November 15, 1963 KfwHfr Fffrfirtifari Page 13-B lames Camner Barry Schechter Mark lippman Scoff Ross Jfyar ^Mitzvah Mark Jay Lippman irk Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lippman, and granduf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ort Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lippuill btBar Mitzvah on Saty morning, Nov. 16. Rabbi I Waxman will conduct the nony during services at Temlon. eighth grade student at Miami Junior High, the rant plays cornet in the 1 band. He plans to conhis studies in the Temple confirmation class. diish will be tendered the [itzvah following services. Scott Rots Mitnah of Scott, son of iid Mrs Louis Ross, will be rated on Saturday morning. ] 1G. ai Temple Km ami -Kl. Dr. Lrving Lehrman officiatt is vice president of the I grade at Ida M. Fisher • High, captain of the foot-' cam, and plays trumpet in Ivanced school band. Active ; lletics. he has received the cal Fitness Award and won 1 swimming honors in Junlympic competition. Following the ceremony, the celebrant will be honored at Kiddush in Sirkin Hall, and again in the evening at a dinner to be held in the Algiers Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Levine, of New York grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah. will be here for the occasion. i Robert Warshaw Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate at the 'Bar Mitzvah of Robert Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Warshaw. during services at Beth David on Saturday, Nov. 16. An eighth grade student at Shcnandoah Junior High, the celebrant is a Student Council representative and participates in all school athletics. Following services, a KiJdush will be held in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. J O 9 Mark Lomaskin Mark Alan Lomaskin will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 16, at Beth David, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. Interested in history' and swimming, Mark is an ardent cyclist and plans to travel throughout the United .States with a Hostelry Club. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lomaskin, active memberof Beth David, will honor their son at the Kfadusn following the ceremony. %  Brry Schechter Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah Ol Mar ry, BOn of Mr. and Mis. Samuel Schechter, on Saturday morning, Nov. 16. at Temple Emanu-El. An eighth made student at Nautilus Junior High, where he is a member of the school chorus and was on the Conduct Honor Roll, Barry was winner of the Presidential Physical Fitness Award. His interests include baseball, football and science. The celebrant will be honored it the Kiddush following the ceremony and at a football dinner Saturday evening at the Shore Club : Hotel. i James Camner On Saturday morning, Nov. 16, during services conducted by Rabbi Mordecci Podet at Temple Judea, Bar Mitzvah of James Joseph Camner will be observed. James is an eighth grade student at Ponce Junior High and plays the clarinet in the school's concert band. He collects American coins and won a marksmanship badge for riflery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Solloway, 1405 Country Club Prado, will host the Kiddush in their son's honor. Play Honors Sabbath Fete A play in honor of Sabbath was pre ented bj students ol a Sunday School class last Sunday" morning in the Israeli' Centers Social Hall. The play was written am' lirected by Mrs. George Saft, instructor. The program was introduced by Phyliss Zisman. head SundaySchool teacher. Students participating were Abe Meister, Steve Saltzman, Laura Saltzman, David Rickles. Susan Schwartz. Vickie Kermisch, Harry Klciman, Patricia Burns, Risa Dranow, Sherry Greenwald, Alan Kleinum. Marvin Kirsner, Janet Meister. Ben Plotkin, Karen Zisman, and Betsy Jordan. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky greeted the assembly. Morton Towers Hadassah Mrs. MornMinov. educa I 'icr president of Morton Tow i Croup of Hadassah, i-. m char of arrangements lor the sti gaoup to meet at the home i v s. Her men Braun on Tuesdi < 12:3:t p.m. Mrs. Samuel S. G< I berg is president. Roney Director to Speak Ben Shir.dler. newly-appointed managing director of the Roncy Plaza Hotel, will be guest speaker at the special Founder's Day dinner of the Housekeeper's Association at the Roney on Thursday. Nov. 21. "What the Housekeeping Department Means to Management" will be Shindler's tonic at ; this special annual affair in honor of the Association's founder. Margaret Barnes. November Home Show More than 125 firms will begin showing off their wares and services Sunday when the huge No-. vcmber Home Show opens its l doors at Dinner Key Auditorium. The show will be open from 2 to 1 10 p.m., daily, Sunday through Sunday, Nov. 24, reports its director, John S. Gassaway. On j hand to cut the ribbon for first i ; day ceremonies will be Miami's > 1 Mayor Robert King High and Maj. Gen. 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: :~e 6-B i ; ffir ri^i^*r Friday. November 1; 1963 Z^orfalite ... by \~fsabcl ^Jrwc Miami Gobtes Zionists KM install Officers Continued from Pije 1-R beau• 0h> and aaVi r luncheon -t Diplomat Hotel .4 the General As;embl> JFHT tost Superla.ve job dore or the centerpiece* tby Sally MrHarold B I chairman, and Sinai Ho.-p::al Garden ittee Imaginative 111 I i pwmming Fedration and agencies indelible impression on ration leader* gathered the U.S. and Tiny colorful OH Painting Acquired i -:-pe painter David the art • L ted bj %  %  Women's Unit To Hear Artist %  l Artist" meeting the V.MHA v. MoniBT. 10 a.m.. in the Board I the Miami Y." 450 SW : i tficbad Schlaier. internationaitrUSt, *M be the guest • uctor for the meeting. Mat e its will be provided. In charge it I information is Mrs Her chd Roeentbal, membership r,an. v.' inn n'l Division %  help support special at the Miami "Y." PreMrJack Amazon. the s>-aph. s;. r > %  : \'ie S:VTcom all ageAm-.-.end rs attending Hie mbty Mr and Mrs I Hum Iti : Philadelphia. he's director of Federation, ar.d her social work wftfl volunteers ua< "he subject of a recent artic! ia K^a.rDigest —e friends of Mr and Mi t Counterman, the Hur•ritaes arrived here several days early. ?:id M the Miami Beach home cf the couple Reyna Younaerman. local art:-t. bu-y :h h T ore mar. %  read] I r Itae Art '•'• Women 's Division, AmericcM Friends, 7s Hear EcRfor %  %  • m u e 1 the GreatII ami Women's Division, has invited members and Fi lends of the Herew I'niversity of Jerusalem to be gwsls at her home. 5925 No Bay shore Dr.. at the 1 p.m.. reception Program chairman. Mrs Friedlarider. has announced the reception will honor Mrs S. Popick. of Miami Beach, president of the group. Popick is a national board rtaltotion of officers i mem ber s of Miami nauM Ditnct will be held on Suidav evening. Nov. 24. at Holiday Inn. 1350 So Dixte m :• Circuit Ji'dse Ilfewy Balaban A il! enduct the ceremony, and Rab^i Shrr.aryahu T. Swirsky. sniritual lea er of Israelite Center v. ill be featured speaker Chaired b> Judge J David Liebman. the program will present Mane Balaban in a group of songs. Officers i be Inftalled are Max A PaVMM pre=ident: Meyer Fine and Moses Meyer, vice presidents: Mrs Pauline Levick. treasurer: Charles Freefield and Mrs Morris Simon, -ecretaruBoard members are Ephraim Collins. Dr. Philip Gotlieb. Rabbi Zevi I GreenwaM. Theodore Ber man. Pabbi Hershel Brooks. Abraham Ka-ov. Murray Levine. Sam <-. Jud?e J. David L A. Arthur Pekelrer. Al <. Louis HBBnick^fvlng Satil ski ney San er-. Kahbi lias Shapta Morris Simon. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Rabbi Norman Shap.: i„ m St iiwartzmnn. Fred IlaaSouthwest Center Party Sovthwat J"whti Center siserhood is holding a car. 57 Pi Pa Holida; in Israel" offers orisons a colorful feature for sctiap and general gatherings. •0lately free, with no commercial reference except the mention %  of *he name of the sponsoring c -party—ST. Emil that Jack vice Mrmember. Woman of the Book, and chairman of the Woman of the Year Committee. Mincilin recently visited Israel on the invitation of the govern meat Lillian Goodman. Woman of the Book chairman. Mrs. Irving E Miller, scholarship chairman. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag-Adler. special projects chairman, and Mrs. Harry' Platolf. membership chairman, have participated in the planning for the President's Reception, which is an annual fall activity of the Women's Division. Huber Gallery Exhibit European and Central American influence predominates in gnup show which reopens the Huber Gallery at the Deauville Hotel this week. Artists represented inc'ude Robert von Zimmerman whose canvasses will reflect the -ummer he spent in Guatemala. The exhibit will be st the Gallery for one month. KK. 11, GW STO IV KB Tin SUckUmUrF. Henry E. Mangels Co. 3550 N.W. 58th Street Ph. NE 5-1391 Have pot roast Kasha and gravy tonight/ mm EA %  L" : KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE! :o: ^11,5 Wolfff Penn Yan# N ew York MAN, THArS A DISH! What Margarine should Jewish Families use? Mar-Parv, of course! Because Nfar-Parv is thedelicious, kosher, pareve Margarine—made from pure highly-unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils with Vitamin A and 1) added for good health and good eating. Contains no milk or animal fat. Recommended in diets where milk is restricted. A wonderful, delightful table spread and cooking help in seasoning, frving, beking. The perfect Margarine for every Jewish home! i.B| -:^ (0) KOSHER and PAREVE Another fine product of The Miami Margarine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE H la your protection against imitations-your guarantee of axcellenca In flavor, toxtura and quality. Look for tha word "Switzerland" on the Swiss Cheese you buy...chunk or sliced.** For real ta'am of Switzerland! J Switzerland



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Friday, November 15, 1963 *Jpm'*fl ncirSdfar Temple Zamora Honors Members During services Friday evening ii Ten pie Zamora, new members were honore.. taken on a tour o. Ihe Temple facilities, and given •HI outline of activities for the coming year New name* on the Temple roster are Mr and Mrs. Barnet liashaway. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berger, Mrs. Betty Birchansky, Mr and Mrs. Gerson Birencwaig, Mr and Mrs. Irving Brenner, Rubin Brenner. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Eskreis. Mr. and Mrs. AinsIce Ferdie, Mr. and Mrs. Samue Fleishman, Mr. and Mrs. Abra-i ham 1 Freedman, Mr. and Mrs Morris Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. .lack Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gursky, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haber, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jos-, cpher, Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Levi-i HTI. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Losner,! Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Marko, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rein, Mr. and| Mrs. Nat Reiter, Mr. and Mrs. j Oscar Rothschild, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Shapo, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Morns Slachter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack SobOl, Mr. and Mrs. Max Spiegel,! Mr. nd Mrs. Morris Stecker. | Mr. and Mrs. David Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Sternbaum, Mr. ; and Mrs. Max Tierman. Ciremony welcoming the new families was conducted by Rabbi llcrshel Brooks and Cantor Ben DickSon, with greetings extended In Arthur Deutsch, Temple presi dint. Stanley. Silvern, vice presi-1 dent, and Lt Col. Harold Shuman, Brotherhood president. \ reception In honor of the new men bers, followed bv an Ones Shal bat. concluded the evening ffstivitcs Page 5-B Mrs. Ralph Sparo, Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, and Mrs. Aaron M. Reder (left to right) discuss a novel prelude to set the tone for the Coming-of-Age Celebration Dinner which Temple Beth Sholom will hold at the Americana Hotel on Dec. 7. Mrs. Spero and Mrs. Eggnatz are co-chairmen of the project, and Mrs. Reder is chairman of special arrangements. Overall chairman of Beth Sholom's 21st anniversary dinner is Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg. Junior Auxiliary Luncheon Slated Jurin r A"'"'M? r f •'•' ?<•••' Home for the Aged will hold a iuncheoii ii eel iii:' on Tu' -bi David Rosenfeld,] lule beginners and conversalioni I Hebri <>n Wednesdays. i 30 to 9:30 p.m.; study of the Bible, Thursday at 10 a.m.; the ud, Saturdays at 4:45 p.m. TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Vaj. Awes Yoai To* i*r< t b ki> **...-flavor cruihedfor fulicw ttrcngth and tcimi*. ••"oo... richer itstt ind p!e. •• wltfc your fleishigi and arilckigt aod beiwera aeaJ %  tfmhment... E W T-"—^ p)i ,<•"' .. .w^W"-* .. ... .-,, %  ,| ., m Vi III %  %  J .. ^. I I %  I GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONES (just as they always have] Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy to^you from Certified Kosher mdtntria Rabbinical SupenMMem