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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish. Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Bume 37 Number 40
Miami. Florida, Friday. October 2, 1964
Two Sections Price 2\t
cumenical Council Hears U.S. Cardinals in Strong Plea
R0ME i-ITA) Three
American cardinals, supported
bj a Canadian and three Euro-
peans, pleaded eloquently be-
i:, the Ecumenical Council in
Vatican City earlier this week
for a forthright Catholic Church
declaration absolving the Jew-
ish people of the ancient charge
ol deicide.
In a strong voice that re-
sounded throughout St. Peter's
Basilica, where the Ecumenical
Council is sitting. Richard Car-
dinal dishing, of Boston, open-
ed the debate on the "Jewish
issue" by telling the 2.300 pre-
lates attending the session that
"the declaration must deny that
there is any special culpability
on the Jews in the death of
Christ. Far be it from us to
set ourselves up as judges in
the place of God."
Cardinal Cushing requested
that the Council go back to a
stronger text of the declara-
tion on relations with the Jew-
ish people. He rejected the
latest version of that draft,
prepared by the Council's Co-
ordinating Commission,
which had weakened an earl-
ier document introduced by
Augustin Cardinal Bea last
December.
'Our respect for the Jews,"
said the Boston prelate, "and
Jiu love lor the sons of Abra-
ham, must be made clear. This
Continued on Page 7-A
ith
atnoiic
r\ag Lauds
op Rabbi
JPP'SE AND DISMAY Page 3-A
- ,\ iJTA) The views
loseph B. Soloveitchik,
ol American Ortlio-
ith regard to the ex-
deli ai ation on Jews by the
ical Council now in sea-
I the \ atican, are lauded in
current issue of the Pilot, of-
|i ;an '>i the Archdiocese of
kton. winch declared:
| lonians arc proud to have
. ol the religious leaders in
the world famous rabbi
scholar, Dr, Joseph Soloveit-
i His preeminence is not Urn-
to his own Orthodox Jewish '
In in unit y. for his wise and sen !
I\i perceptions very often have
i ral application
I "In the first paper he has ever '
JblisHed in English, Rabbi Solo-
tiichik has recently made a
pmmentary on the present rela-
lons of Jews and Christians,
kith clear reference to the work
If Vatican Council II on this
opic. His words are worth pon-
ering by all who have become
ivolved in this complex but
horoughly hopeful matter.
while anv summary is an in-
I to the revered Rabbi's
Continued on Page 10-A
amphlet
ixes Myth
n Crime
[Widely-held misconceptions about
relationship of race to crime
lat Negroes commit more crimes
Ian whites, lor example, and that
r h crime rate in the South
pulls from the large number of
peroes living thereare explod-
in a pamphlet published by the
Ititute of Human Relations Press
the American Jewish Commit-

Publication of the booklet was
inounccd by Mrs. Charles H
pkelstein, president of the Great
Miami Chapter. Other officers
the chapter are David B. Flee-
ter.. Alfred Boas, James R. Katz-
|W1, Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Robert
Shapiro.. Myron If. Behrman
f'd It. W. Apte.
The booklet, entitled "Crime
f>d Race: Conceptions and Mis-
Continued from Pa'je 2-A
Israel Warns UN of Intent
To Resist Arab Aggression
RABBI SOlOVtlTCHIK
Boston proud
Warren Study
In Report On
Slayer Ruby
WASHINGTON (JTA) Jew-
ish aspects Of the background ol
lack Ruby, convicted killer Ol
Lee Harvey Oswald, were review
ed m an examination of Ruby's
personality and biography in the
Warren Commission's report on
the assassination ol President John
F, Kennedy. The Commission
concluded thai Ruby acted spon-
taneously as an individual. It
ruled out all rumors of alleged
onspiracy, found conclusively
hat Ruby and Oswald were not
ICquainted, and that each acted
entirely independent Of the other.
Ruby contended that his Jew-
ish beliefs motivated his thinking
nd actions, lie was shown by
be Commission's findings to have
had a life-long record of volatile
-espouses to anti-Semites, many
fights arising from anti-Semitism.
md participation in street fights
igainsl the German American
Bund '' lore World War II.
According to Ruby, prior to
the shooting of Oswald, he
watched a rabbi deliver on tele-
I'NITED NATIONS I JTA)
Israel warned the United Nations
Security Council last weekend that
it "will know how to defend itself
and to repel any aggression" it
the Arab states should go through
with war plans designed at the
summit meeting held recently at
Alexandria, Egypt, by 13 kings
and other rulers ol the Arab
. League states.
The warning came In a letter to
Platon Morozov, of the Soviet
Union, this month's president ol
Lhe Sjcurity Qounctt, from
Michael Comay, Israel's perman-
ent representative here. Mr.
Comay did not ask for a session
of the Council on this issue but
I requested that the submission be
circulated to all members ol the
Council.
In his letter, Mr. Comay point-
ed out that the Arab states is-
sued a proclamation, at the end
of their Alexandria conference,
declaring unanimously that their
"national cause" calls for "lib-
erating Palestine from Zionist
imperialism" and stating that
the Arab states endorsed a de-
cision "to establish the Pales-
tine Liberation Army."
"The clear purport of this pro-
clamation." stated Mr. Comay. "Jl
that 13 member states of the
United Nations have set them
selves the aim Of liquidating an-
other member state, have declar
ed that to be a central policy
objective guiding their collective
actions, and have determined to
concentrate all their national
Continued on Page 8-A
OlffT f. KfNNtDY
Keating opponent
FRANK IN THEIR APPEAl TO BLOC VOTE
Kennedy, Keating Wooing N.Y. Voters
woniinued on Page 6-f-
NEW YORK I JTA i The
Republican and Democratic nom-
inees for the United States Senate
from New York laid considerable
stress in their campaigns on is-
sues ol concern to Jewish citizens.
frankly wooing Jewish voters
In his home town of Rochester,
in the Western part of the state.
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, the Re-
publican incumbent. accused
former Attorney General Robert
1 Kennedy of making "a deal*- to
nun over a government-owned
company with asserts worth over
$60,000,000 to a "huge Nazi car-
tel."
On his part, Mr. Kennedy, the
Democratic challenger for the
seat now held by Sen. Keating,
stressed civil rights at a synago-
gue in suburban Mount Vernon,
visited the lower East Side of
Manhattan, called for the guar-
antee of Israel's independence
against Arab aggression, visited
the editcrial offices of the two
Yiddish dailies published in this
city and had lunch at a Jew-
ish restaurant on the East Jide.
In regard to Israel Arab issues.
Mr. Kennedy asserted he sought
I S. backing for Israel against
Arab aggression, and also told
about being "involved" in Israel's
War Of Liberation by driving a
tank from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
while that war was on. and pre-
dicting at that time that Israel
Continued on Page 3-A
SEVENTY TAX-FREE FOUNDATIONS
Conservatives Give Extremists Aid
By Special Report
NEW YORK Conservative
supporters of the Radical Right
! provide the major portion of a
! multi-million dollar "assault on
democratic progress" it was
charged here by the Anti-Detama-
! tion League of B'nai Bnth.
Dore Senary, national chairman
Of the League, declared that up-
wards Of Sit million is spent an-
nually by the Radical Right and!
its Extreme Conservative allies.
He said that this figure may rise
to S2S million during 1964 and add-
ed that lunatic fringe organiza-
tions which include religious and
racial bigotry in their extremist
views, will add SI.5 million to the
sum available for current attacks
upon the democratic system.
Financial support. Senary
said, comes from 70 or more
foundations, almost all tax-ex-
empt; over 100 business firms
and corporations; some 250 in-
dividuals who have contributed
at least $500 each; and "hun-
Continued on Page 9-A
IBJ COUNSEL SLATED
ZOA Meeting
In Washington
This Weekend
By Special Report
WASHINGTON '"he 67th an-
nual convention ol Hie Zionist
Organization of America opened
last Thursday at the Willard Hotel
w ith a keynote address by Dr.
Max Nussbaum, ol Hollywood,
Calif., president of the organize
lion, and addresses ol greetings
by Israel Ambassador to the
United States Avraham Harman
and Deputy Speaker of the Knes-
set Yosef Serlin on behalf of the
World Union of General Zionists.
The opening session also high-
lighted a memorial tribute to the
late world Zionist leader Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver rendered by Rabbi
lwing Miller, former president of
the ZOA and honorary chairman
of the American Zionist Council.
The convention was formally
opened by lsador Turover. of
Continued on Page 11-A


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Page 3-A
One of the features of the program of the exhibits the poster to the 200 women at the
merr. :ership tea of Sisterhood of Temple Beth tea, including Mrs. Stanley Levinson, Sister-
She.:... last week was a graphic display of hood vice president in charge of membership,
the Vi :ys and Means projects for the coming Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth
yec: outlined by Mrs. Ben Goldstein, vice Sholom, and Mrs. Leo Levin, Sisterhood presi-
pres. :\ in charge. Mrs. Goldstein proudly dent.
Noted Rabbi in Stand on Ecumenical
\! YORK (JTA) The that the Jew. after the Biblical, The Jew. tenacious and totally'
: Council of America, drama was consummated in the committed to his past, with faith
Ortl dox group, has made pub- nse o[ the church for(eited his in bis glorious eschatology, will the' united'sSteV the Ray and
UAHC Camp
Appoints New
Area Director
The Union of American Hebrew
Congregations announces the ap-
pointment of Allan Solomon as its
i first lull-time director of the new-
. ly-named and dedicated fcay and
: Philip X. Coleman Camp Institute
at Cleveland. Ga.
A native of South Carolina.
Solomon is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina, where
he received a Bachelor of Science
degree in sociology, with minors
in camping, recreation adminis-
tration and education. He also did
graduate work at the university
in the same fields, with particular
stress on the areas of camp
growth in the United States and
camp administration.
Solomon has been active in
many camps as area head and
program director. Camps in
which he has worked include
Brant Lake Camp, Brant L'.ke,
N.Y.; Camp Ramblewood, Mary-
land; and Camp Blue Star, N.C.
He also spent a year working
in Hartford, Conn., at the Hart-
ford Jewish Community Center, [
concentrating on physical educa- '
tion and camping. Solomon is
married to the former Betsy '
Goldman, of Burlington and
Greensboro, N.C.
One of seven Camp Institutes
serving Reform Jewish Youth in
Philip N. ColemanUAHC Camp
In a atement by Dr. Joseph B. reject this appeal with dignity, i
Sc.lov. tdlik, outstanding Amer- JJJ^Sl to ^"SmlicS DSSUCh aPProathl>s ,Chur?h institute serves congregations in
lean ( rfodox rabbi, commenting felj,.lon;snu'p to:..!! ,.u..!. of have been made many times ln[Alabama Georgia. South Carol^a.
on th< .vised draft of the de- because he rejected Christ. Since
our history and the powerful Florida and East Tennessee. The
claratto- on Jews by the Catholic ,he ffwih "*" d,d t object (nuI.c.n has al fallcd to 8wa '..'"""/' he c/mp uivebeen
Church .resented to the t.h.rd < this premise contained in the ,ne Jew ., is ctcrnal coursc -' of the ^. ?o com-
.....ion : the Ecumenical Coun- &* Schema, they should not be wha, me that for the jfsigned in sucn a^W >
opened its delberations Zt*lZ ^^ m^dW> tWst ,ime in Ur hiStr>' ^iwlt!
last week at Vatican Citv. Dr. "hllh Jewish histor> supposedi>
Solove iks statement, dissem- culminated, expects the Jew to re-
Church was. because of naive and
cnuivocal statements, led to be-
i-ni.
,1*1 1,1,(1 111 .11' ii.i. i. w ,.. til 1-1
will we are readv for some re- pre-teen and junior camping pro-, as enemy property during World
mated -ong the'severai hundred activate his role as a historic be- |jeve ,ha, in lhc intlM.esls of gooti Teenage seminars, as well as
iliated with the Rabbin- '. emerge from historic ano-
nymity, and realize his destiny by
ceasing to exist within the frame-
1 f. to understand the sur- work ol a separate community,
dismay with which
ALLAN SOIOMON
RFK, Keating
On N.Y. Trail
Continued from Page 1-A
would "get her independence be-
cause of her courage and her de-
termination."
He said he supported Israel's
plan to UM Jordan River waters
for irrigation of the Negev Des-
ert, and favored the joint U.S.*
Israel plans for the use of de-
salinated waters for irrigation
purposes.
Sen. Heating's charge about a
deal'' favoring Nazis concerned
a settlement made by the U.S.
Government recently. under
which a German company. Inter-
handel. would get back the assets
of General Aniline and Film, a
tirm seized by the United States
ical Ci. '.cil, reads:
vision of our historical attitudes gram can he secured by writing
and commitments. The situation 810 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
call for hysteria and
Jewish leaders who ac-
ticipated in the theo
Dialogue'' with the
nirch have greeted the
I ol the Schema.
"The only difference between
the tv.; schemas is the explicit-
ness ;-o clarity with which the
evangt cal theme has been
formi i.ted now. While the first
Scher- contained only an obli-
que and indirect appeal to the
Jewis- community to embrace
Chris* >nity, this one addresses
itself *i us directly.
Hi-. Schemas present the typ-
ical (': -tological view that the
historical mission of the Jews
exhausted Itself in. the so-called,
l'raep. ratio Evangelica. in pav-
ing the way tor Christian.ty and
does not
"Those who are perturbed now readiness to incur martyrdom. All final Registration Set
should have realized before that'. it requires is common sense, re-
the theological "Dialogue" was sponsibUity, dignity and partial- Final registration for Betu
bound to become a theological lorly a moratorium on theolog- Bodesh Hebrew and Sunday
and pilgrimages to schools, now m session, IS hem- result of the Inter!
the part of the ical Dialogue
BETH DIN OFFICE
RBBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN
1537 Washington Ave., Miami Bch.
JE 1-1969 534-0271
to
monoh gue
Church which is not ready to tie- Rome."
part from her basic interpretation
ot Jewish history. Instead of com-
piaining bitterly against the
( hurch, thej should say "Nostra
Maxima Cuipa" in plain He-
brew, lloto.r for rushing in
where angels fear to tread.
"The Church is within her
rights to interpret our history
in her own theological dog-
matic terms. We ar* tbe ones
who have transcended the
bounds of historical responsi-
bility and decency by asking for
a theological document on the
Jews as "brethren" in faith in-
stead of urging the Church te
issue a strong declaration in
sociological human terms af-
firming t+e inalienable rights
of the Jew as a human being.
I am verM little concerned
over the re-ponse of the Jewish I
community to the evangelical ap-,
, peal contained in the new draft.
War II. Sen. Keating said the
deal" would benefit former Ger-
man Nazis. In Washington, how-
ever, the Department of Justice
-Kited that "according to all avail-
able information, no money would
go to any former Nazis" as a
held throughout the week.
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Volume 37
Number 40
An Opportunity
For the Zionists
Each year on the occasion of the
: nual convention of the Zionist Or-
z: nization of America, we voice the
hope that something new and spir-
ted will emerge from its delibera-
t::ns. The ZOA is meeting in Wash-
- 7ton. D.C.. this weekend, and
cgaia we offer up the same aspira-
For there is little doubt that the
Oeundering of the ZOA continuclly
:s to its weakening and that a
;-: al and present danger exists to
I e iotality of its purpose, spirit and
cition as time flits by without ap-
p.eciable evidence of concrete
evement.
At the moment, the battle over
presidency is more bitter than
ever before, and it seems to have
: placed the higher considerations
c: 3 program for survival.
Survival will, of course, be
: ..aranteed only in the renewed evi-
:e of Zionist worth in America.
T..e:e are good reasons for hope to-
: ::y. In the first place, the resist-
a ice to American Zionism from Israel has cer-
tcinly declined. Prime Minister Ben-Gurion
r.-;ver had a high opinion of the ZOA. to put
it mildly. His succesor. Levi Eshkol, infinitely
rr.ore diplomatic in all matters, although not
necessarily more skillful, has time and again
sroken of his regard for the movement and the
contribution it can make to his country.
Pfiilanfhrophic Goals Are Changing
More important, American philanthropic
ccals in Israel are also changing. The United
Jewish Appeal, for example, is shifting its
sights, at least to some extent, from immigra-
tion to education there. Since the establish-
ment of the Jewish republic back in 1948. the
cecline of the Zionist Organization of America
has been measured in precisely these terms:
the degree to which our interest moved from
Zionism as a political ideal through financial
support of the fulfillment oi the ideal.
Clearly, philanthropy won out; while, on
other hand, ideology faltered. During its
rr.ost desperate moments, when the ZOA
'./.ought of turning to philanthropic activ
T/7>*
gracefully shocking failure of the church once
and for all to call a halt to its ill use of the
Jews.
While we applaud the statement last week
of the revered Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik, who
asserted the independence of Jewish integrity
without regard either to a favorable or unfav-
orable assessment of that integrity by any out-
side force, including the Roman Church, we
must nevertheless repeat our cheers for the
American prelates, who as decent and hones'
Americans, know a wrong when they see one.
A Difference in Time
Former Attorney General Robert F. Ken-
nedy, now campaigning as Democratic nomi-
nee in the New York State senatorial race, has
told crowds there that he was among the fir*:
to see the then impending defeat of the Arabs
in the 1948 War of Independence.
Speaking in New Rocheile, Mr. Kennedv
recalled that he was a correspondent for the
new defunct Boston Post and had ridden a
tank from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, when the
a means of reenergizing its program, the Holy City was under seige by tne Arabs. He
tma was appare also said he backs Israel's plan to use Jo:,-
Now that philanthropy, itself, has taken River water to irrigate the Negev.
to looking toward other pastures, those pas
lures in which the Z:on:st movement proved
itself by 1943. there is good enough reason to
hope that this year's annual convention will
recognize the shift in the wind and make the
most of it.
Recognizing a Wrong
As of mid-week, it was of course difficult
tc assess the outcome of the deliberations in
the Vatican on the future relationship between
the Roman Church and world Jewry. In-
deed, such deliberations fly in the face of
our own repeated strictures here against play-
ing the game when we have been repeatedly
told that our participation is not welcome.
Nevertheless, the stakes are sufficiently
high for us to be excited by its outcome, and
we can not help but cheer those American pre-
lates who have taken such a forthright posi-
tion at the present Ecumenical in the deicide
libel affair.
We are not inclined to involve ourselves
in the politics of a New York State campaign
and while at the same time we wish Mr. Ken-
nedy well, we are nevertheless impelled to
ask: So what?
Robert Kennedy was far more than At-
torney General of the United States during
the Presidency of his late and lamented broth-
er. He was a confidant of John Fitzgerald
Kennedy and, to be sure, a pivotal contributoi
to the shaping of U.S. foreign policy, as well.
Bobby Kennedy may have foreseen Is-
rael's ultimate victory, but this hardly means
he was any friendlier to that same Israel from
1961 to November, 1963 when a kind word
from him would have counted more than it
did during his tank ride in 1948 or on his cam-
paign junket today.
An Excellent Choice
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz is an excellent
choice as winner of the Scopus Award of the
Theirs, combined, is a noble and refresh- American Friends of the Hebrew University.
ir.g voice reflecting the very spirit of America,
itself, to whose highest principles religious
bigotry must be repugnant. Theirs, indeed, is
a reflection of the spirit of the late lamented
Pope John XXIII launched the "spi
Ecumenism" and ai : against the die-
As executive vice president of the Israel
Bond Organization, Dr. Schwartz has contri-
buted substantially to the forward-moving mod-
ern State of Israel.
He well exemplifies the highest purpose
for which the award stands.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN

trjnzTo ,he "**
the other night. Th.s u
a rare enough occasion in 0u
family. The film we saw",
not about civil rights [| ha!
nothing to do with racial Dr.
judice. There was no ,?*
triumph of the minority over
majority tyranny. The expert
ence proved boring bevoM
description. The movie was
travesty. No. it was not
movie at all. The producers seemed sufficiently honest to warn us
in advance. It was, they said, a new electronic process that records
a stage production in actual performance.
I suppose it was really a tape, and no new fancy name tor what
we saw should excuse its poor quality. I have witnessed newsreeli
done under tar less controlled conditions, indeed spontaneously and
in the WOIll of light, that had life and meaning far beyond this thine
they call electronovision. I am not a reviewer and. as I say. tat
contents of the movie hardly relate to the topics and ideas generally
examined hereexcept that all are about human being, and their
activity Under ordinary circumstances. I would therefore say noth-
ing about it.
After all, ther? is the upcoming Presidential electron. American
Jews are worried about their spiritual and cultural future, indeed, their
survival. The Middle East seems ripe for a new explosion.
A movie review in this column? Well, one must occasionally re-
act even to a movie. No. I am not in fact reacting to a movie i art]
reacting against the ignorance of other reviews; and ignorance is
olten examined in this column. It was "Hamlet" we saw. one of the
most exalted creations of the human mind. It was Richard Burton's
"Hamlet" we saw: a travesty, a mockery, a catering to the nilgai
gallery, an absurdity beyond description
nERHAPS HIS RECENT marriage has disturbed him. Or perhaps
he kii"'.'. the gallery so well that he was able to rise above bus
marriage, divorcing him-cll from it long enough to give the ..
what the gallery loves: entertainment. Now. no one denie- thai art,
drama included, should be entertaining. The question simplj
comes What i- entertainment? And men from Aristotle o
have attempted to answer in a variety of ways Even vulgarity caa
entertainment, and this was the point oi Burton's presental
Each actor, I suppose, has a right to his "interpretation." n
ich conductor approaches the music ol the great composers
- ndividual point of view. But to twist and distort in
emerge as a "genius," a "master" ol undiscovered insights, ..
shooter" into still unfathomed meanings is merely to pander I
crowd that thinks itself cultured.
Burton's Hamlet simply is not Hamlet, it is a satire < n
Hamlet ought to be. whether in the hands ol a Gielgud or Olivu
Barrymore or whatever we learned in school about Dick Bui
The soliloquies are absurdities. Thej begin in the style oi Jack
Gleason Reggie Van Gleason III, By this. I do not aim to de
Mr. Gleason; to the contrary, I intend to exalt him. For i
characterization, he is spooling all of the falsehood In the world
him, including cheap and groundless pseudo-inteliectualism.
Burton croaks his soliloquies in Gleason's voice, partial.
the start. He whines like a wet call. He interpret--." even further.
He correctly surmises that men of our time do not speak in Shakes
peare's fashion. Hence, he incorrectly leaves the lines bereft o:
music, mouthing them as common conversation, hurried and gai
Hume Cronyn. in the role of I'olonius. can get a.vay with it. For .
tiling, he is an actor: while Burton is a clown. For another. Polonius
is. him-eii, a pompous fool pretending to parenthood and statesman
ship. The poetry m his part is hence geared to banality, which Cronyn
achieves to perfection. Hamlet is meant to be an intellectual. In
Burtons hands, he never emerges as anything beyond a less gifte i
con-man than his uncle-father. Claudius.
BURTON DOES MORE than destroy the music of Shakespeare in
the name of modernity. (The rejection of Elizabethan dress
should have been ample.' He answers the riddle of Hamlets char.u
ter which neither eminent scholars nor psychiatrists, from Kittn
to Ernest Jones, have had the temerity to answer: and he answers
it with a flourish leaving the gallery particularly satisfied Foi
is an essential part of the tragedy of Hamlet that the viewer neve
nnds a satisfactory solution and that he must experience the sann
disturbed sense haunting Hamlet himself unto his equally ui
I ictory death a sacrifice not in the name of his avenged fathe
ek del;, m. th- dramatic laws ol Aristotle to fulfill the
quirements of the Elizabethan worldShakespeare's world
In giving, the answer, Burton gives nothing Hamlet's madness
v. is ruse \- a consequence, the philosophy, the i
Ihe vai ating all became meaningless Indeed none ol
Burton knows so well what he is about that only the i
reliel in his characterization take- on meaning
The comi; relief is hence not what il was intended to be
cynicism reflecting Hamlet- penetrating understanding ol h
le. moments ol lucidity in the larger scheme of hallucir
can hardl) be called hallucination because the viewer h;
been meant in fact to know just how sick Hamlet should be
whether he is really sick at all The sad cynicism thus erne:.,
robust vulgarity more fitting to the spirit oi burlesque and I
burton plays to the hilt. The, are quite lovely things, but the, I
nothing whatever to do with Hamlet or Shakespeare
"JHOU ART A scholar Horatio' is the key Horatio, though he
speak, can elicit no response from Hamlet's dead fathci
Hamlet himself docs, for it is the melancholy prince who is the scnol
r, Alas, how can Burton be either melancholy or a scholar, when (W
nas an o that wile of his waiting for him at the stage door- The
melancholia is hence sheer nonsense, driven to the hilt, the final
scene, with all those dead characters on the floor: a Wagnerian holo-
uuist. it is a scene never really believable or workable under the
MM of circumstances, a sop to the Elizabethan wheel of fortune and
me tragic end of vaulting ambition; yet. under these best of circum
stances it emerge.- as believable on the relentless tide of severa
hours of Shakespearean poetrv precedin- it
%i.JVwe C"rreP! |)roduc,'on- M 's Tom Mix and Rov Rogers an
.ELS T ""I1 Gl>ne Au,rev' wi,h no,hi" > U> end save the
wESri y?SWl CClipal Ue betwe Burtons Hamlet and Gertrude
wn.cl should never be more than implied. But Burton warns you welt
in advance, with his scowling, frothy delivery of the line abou'
.uestuous sheets.'' telling you precisely, and many scenes before,
that h, has been done out of those sheets him.-el.
uei the eritus gay what they will. Thev can do so easily, I
My are nol scholars, l do not pretend to be. 'but I understand enough
to Know when Shakespeare Is nol Shakespeare: and Burton is far from
Md win not be denied, even as a member of the minority.
'"> civil right to ,-a> so.


Friday. October 2. 1964
vJenisti fhridian
Page 5-A.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Header Feels Sen. Goldwater is Being Maligned
,:; TOR, The Jewish Floridian:
..,,. repeatedly the. Blander
,i spread with political in-
M gen. Goldwater aceus-
I being an antiSemite;
a Fascist; being trigger-
i appeal to you to right a
against the honorable Sen-
ihai we aa Jews have so
, illy and undeservedly suf-
during the ases. It behooves
:
more than any other not to
.lander and libel people.
most emphatically deny the
, of anti-Semitism, and
to call your attention to state
ents publicly and privately made
, the Senator during the past |
i ecade
On September 25, 1952, Sen.
Goldwater wrote to an Ariiona
constituent: "I believe that
.vhen this country distributes its
oreign aid funds, that one of
ts considerations should be the
nterest of the recipient coun-
ties in our ideas of democracy,
,-nd certainly Israel conforms in
(very rerpect," and proceeded
o say the United States "was
esponsible for Israel's creation
and must be responsible for the
.ountry's protection."
On March 15. 1960. the Senator
-poke hi the Senate criticizing the
, given to the United Arab Re
ublic. In early 1954. an Arizona
nnstituent tiled a petition with
-en. Goldwater against U.S. mill-
. rj aid to Iraq and the Senator
pplied as follows: "We should
extremely cautious about
meeting ourselves into the af-
fairs of small nations that may
result In mue serious-overall con
sequences that would exist with
;mr intercession."
In 1951. he Joined with more
than 150 Mouse members in en-
ii- the original legislation to
-rant aid to Israel. In 1954, he
protested against sending arms to
Iraq.
It is common knowledge that
Sen. Goldwater has repeatedly
declared publicly that he is
proud of his Jewish ancestry.
Sen. Goldwater has been ac-
cused of having left the Jewish
people. There is no truth in that
assertion. The Senator is not an
apostate from Judaism. He was
born a Christian.
The accusation that he Is a Fasc.
ist is both false and ridiculous. A
Fascist is one who believes in a
system of government character-
ized by rigid one-party dictator-
ship under a highly-centuralized
national government controlling
labor and capital Sen. Goldwater
-lands for just the opposite of
such belief, lie believes in the free
enterprise and free organized
labor and against too much cen-
tralization in the national govern-
ment.
The accusation of being trigger-
happy is most vicious. The Sen-
ator has lived a life of a man of
peace and dedication to tin- coun
try. He has repeatedly emphasiz-
ed the fact that be believes that
peace can only be maintained vis
avis the Communist movement
by strength and expressed fear
that the weakness might bring on
a war encouraging the Commu-
nists to believe that they can win. (
Let it be understood that il is
not unAmerican to be for the
principles of government that
Sen. Goldv. ater stands for and
that it is not UnAmerican to
stand for the principles of gov-
ernment President Johnson
-lands for.
Sen. Goldwater wishes to slow-
down, if not stop, the procei*
of becoming a welfare state th it
has for its aims to take care :-
the individual from cradle -:
grave, and thus, according '
his contention, lose personal li s
erties we enjoy as masters FT
own destinies.
It is every American's right
agree or disagree with him.
differ is the prerogative of ev<
fret American. To pervert |
truth is to build a road to 8la\
and to the loss ot political fl
dom.
I fervently beg of you to r
bsh this letter in the interest
truth and Justice. For where thi
is no truth, there can be no i
tice.
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Friday. October ; 1364

The Stuff of Which a Good Volunteer is Made
TV- -v< G
Appeal
hen lavoaal
nual
ar* men
HAf?r MIZKACH
and v omen of the community
< QviT Hue cT. : effort
tbe.CJA .."> and nta
ted organizatiaai to fltoto
frierr"*- neighbors and bwiaeci
rociate1. and *ho seek
rtrtanding hu-
manttai m Miami a better place ia
to wort and 1:
The CJ I alae
rk of United J -
i-h a 1 three million

<' Je isfl Appeal, v hh
topporl locafl] from the
- Appeal here
and Wel-
fare 1 r ighoul the coun-
' ery part of the
j .r.d avast in the vital reseat
It orption of Jewish men.
n and children by the State
rther free lands
their contributions to
the 1
Classification Difficult
typii il i olunteer cai
Fferent type- with-
:.. the Combined Jewish
be a -ue
Warren Ccmmishn Report
Gives View on Jack Ruby
Continued from P*?t 1-A
. atotl moving eulogy of Pres-
ident Kennedy. Ruby said the
rabbi's words "created a tremen-
coot emotional feeling for me
... I was carried away."
The n reported that
"reared ,n the Jewish fuith. Jack
> ibj especial!) devout"
l-.abbi Hillel SirVerman. whose
I live t'-mple Ruby favor-
rei irted that, "when Ruby's
father died in 1958, Ruby came to
e daily for the pre-
'I Ol 11 months to re-
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i'.' Rub;, normally attend'
.. only on the Jewish High
Days, and he was quite un-
familiar with the Hebrew lan-
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Another Commission finding
was that -Ruby was apparently
somewhat sensitive to his identity
a' a Jew. He forbade his com-
to tell -tone- in his night
club-' directed at Jews or Jew-
ish practices and. on several oc-
casions, he foueht with per-ons
making derogatory remarks about
In- ethnic origin. The evidence
also indicates that he was deeply
U| let that an advertisement in-
sulting President Kennedy ap-
peared above a Jewish-sounding
name.''
Examining Ruby's political
background, the Commission
said "as young man. Ruby par-
ticipated in attacks upon meet-
ings of the German-American
Bund in Chicago, but the as-
saults were the efforts of pool
hall assocaites from his pre-
dominantly Jewish neighbor-
hood, rather than the work any political group. His only
other known activities which
had any political flavor possess-
ed stronger overtones of finan-
cial self-interest."
Ruby changed his name, along
with his brothers, from Ruben-
-tein to Ruby, partly to avoid
"Jewish name" for business rea-
ions. Ruby gave Temple Shearith
Israel of Dallas $110 shortly before
the assassination. The money was
apparently for high Holy Day
tickets.
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MORRIS KAUffMAN
cess An outstanding : intec-r
who deserves recognition for a
long and di-' '. ished career
rated to the service of h:-
fellowman through philanthropy
i- Morris Kaoffman.
For -'. <-ral decades. Kaulf-
man. oi 33C9 SW 4th St.. ha? been
actively < in Federation
both in Philadelphia and
in Dade County, where he pres-
ently lives, and is one of a num-
ber of energetic senior citizen -
who day ir. and day out call upon
and members of the
business community on hehalf of
CJA.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. chair-
man of the 1364 campaign this
week cited Kauffman's "out-
standing record of soliciting well
o\er ft"* cards personally and
Obtl mhjj over $12.0on m pledges
fi CJA. In addition. Kauffman
ha- been a -park plug in orgao-
ther workers in the com-
munity and member- ol leading
communal organizations, result-
. the collection of over S20-
00 on behall of Combined Jew
i-h Appeal.
Miami's Philanthropy
It is only through the per
>*>nal dedication oi -elfle-- in-
dividuals such as Kauffman and
many other-, ranging from young
men and young women to our
distinguished sealer citizens.
that we can safely say that Com
binea.Jewish Appeal is the Mi-
ami community's 'own' philan-
thropy. It is 'our' Federation.
<.ur voluntary health and welfare
agencies. They belons to us. and
our role as members of the
Greater Miami Jewish commu-
nity to continue their support."
Dr. Lehrman declared. "With
Morris Kauffman. I
am certain that this will continue
to be so for a long long time."
he add d.
Importance of Freedom
Mary other volunteers are
the backbone ol Combined Jew-
ish Appeal. An example of a
.- in the business commu-
nity can be found in Harry Miz-
rach. a leading manufacturer of
children's apparel Mizrach. an
out -landing worker and support-
er of CJA. has devoted long
hours away from his business to
make appointments with other
member- of the community, and
of his industry to tell of
of Combined Jewish A;.
-eek their support m the
He is a person, who
the value of United Je
peal o\er-eas." expla.-
Lehrman. Mizrach just
from a trip to B
veil aware of the vft
ance of freedom to Je
women and children a
world a freedom mo
ble by support of CJA.
' work
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id is
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Friday. October 2. 1964
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US. Cardinals Offer Strong Plea
in our times against them. If not I injustice, let our voices humbly
many Christian voices were lifted I cry out now," the Boston cardinal
in recent years against this great! urged.
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Continued from Page 1-A i
document must be made less tim-|
,,i and more positive. If no voice
hal! D.-n rai>cd in the past in
dciens.' of the Jews, it falls upon
Uj (o r^ise our voices now."'
Scores of prelates attending the
Council crowded the aisles, the
better '3 hear Cardinal Cushing,
;,, he made his pica, according lo
official spokesmen for the session
. w hn-i' is clo.-ed to the press
;,nal Cushings request for
;, stronger version of a declara-
tion on the Jews, more in line with'
Cardinal Bea's original draft, was!
supported by Albert Gregory Car-
dinal Meyer, of Chicago, and Jos-,
t ph Elmer Cardinal Ritter. of St. j
Louis. In -New York, it was re-
ported authoritatively that Fran-
cis Cardinal Spellraan, who is re-
covering from surgery, still hopes
tn join the Council debate in Rome
and express his own position in
[jvor of a strong declaration ab-
solving the Jews of deicide.)
"Vi/i most return to the text of
lust --'. said Cardinal Meyer, '
' 1.-. declaration should also
i =r-'on ,liat the Church is
agait any c'iscrimination for !
reasons of race, creed or color.
This should be set forth in such
a way as to leave no mistake and
no doubt in the mind of any
one."
Cardinal Meyer made it clear
that he wants the proposed de-
claration to include a specific con-
demnation of anti-Semitism. He
was followed by Cardinal Ritter,'
who said the text to be adopted
must "express rejection of the de-
scription of the Jews as an accurs-
ed people, a reproached people,.
a people of deicide."
Paul Emile Cardinal, of Mon-
treal, followed the U.S. bishops,'
declaring that the declaration
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must say specifically that the Jews
must not be regarded as a "re-
jected" people due to the cruci-
fixion of Jesus. The same posi-
tion was taken by Cardinal Lien-
art, of Lille, France; Joseph Car-
dinal Fi'inuh. i Cologne. West
German}; and Giacoma Cardinal
l.crcaro. of Bologna, Italy.
However, a group of cardinals,
neaded by Ignace Gabriel Cardi-
nal Tappouni, patriarch ol Ami-
och of the Syrians, argued against
i declaration that would improve
relations between the Catholic
Church and the Jewish people.
Deciariug tlial he was speaking
not only for himself but also on
behalf ol four other Catholic pre-
lates in the Middle Fast. Cardinal
Tappouni said that, if a declara-
tion is presented tor improvement
of relations with the Jews, he
would oppose it.
"If it is approven." he warned,
"there will be very serious conse-
quences in our countries. We af-
firm our solemn opposition. We
must confirm in this solemn as-
sembly our former objections
against a declaration of this kind
coining from the Council.'"
"We have nothing against the
Jewish religion." Cardinal Tap-
pouni continued, "neither are wc
anti-Semites. On the contrary,
we are almost all Semites. But
with full awareness of our pas-
toral duties, we remind the Coun-
cil that the declaration is inoppor-
tune We ask that it either be
dropped or included only among
the acts of the Council."
The Vatican's press spokes-
man reported that only one or
two among the 2,500 fathers in
the Council applauded Cardinal
Tappouni. But he was answer-
ed immediately by Cardinal
Lienart. "Although the oppor-
tunity for the declaration is be-
ing contested because of politi-
cal tensions," said Cardinal Lien-
art, "it has no political implica-
tions. It should be kept as it is
because it has ecumenical and
pastoral purposes.
"If we want to appeal to all
Christians we cannot forget that
Judaism is the origin of all Chris-
tian churches, that it has formed
them. We all are sons of Abra
ham. We have in common the
Old Testament and the history ol
salvation up to Jesus. Who chose
to be a Jewand so were His
mother and the apostles. There-
fore, we must treat the Jews with
reverence."
"It is pastoral duty to state the
truth about this matter Saint
Peter and Saint Paul did not con-
sider the Jews as lost people,
since they had received God's
promiseand God maintains them
Applying this in practice, let us
avoid everything that could be in-
terpreted that we consider Jews
as "blamed' people. Let us not
say that they are 'deicides'."
He concluded by referring to
the Council of Trent, which had
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"stated clearly that Jesus died tor
the sins of mankind and that it.
WtJ ail the sinners in the world
who killed Him." He said he
would bring in proposals for
amendments of the dratt declara-
tion in wiiting.
A contrary view was express-
ed by Cardinal Ruffini, arch-
biihop cf Pj.ormo, Italy, one of
the leaders of the conservative
bishops opposing absolution of
the Jews from the deicide
charge. He said he also oppos-
ed calling the Jews "deicides,"
since "God cannot be put to
death. However," he con-
tinued, "the Jews also should
love Christ. Jews also should
be reminded to love Christians,
and this has not always been so
in the past." He then charged
that Talmudic texts "inculcate
contempt for all non-Jews."
At a press conference this af-
ternoon, Msgr. John Oesterreich-
ir, an American theologian acting
is an advisor to the Council, point-
jd out that "there are many and
very controversial opinions dis-
cussed in the Talmud," rejecting
Jardinal Rulfini's Talmudic inter-
pretation by implication. In gen- j
_'ral it was reported. Cardinal :
Ruffini's comments especially
his interpretation of the Talmud
caused cardinals considerable
surprise among the Council Fath-
ers.
The bishop from Palermo was
followed by another Italian. Car-
dinal Lercaro, who took an op-
posite point of view. The basic-
reason for the need of a declara-
tion on relations with Jews, he
stated, "has nothing to do with
the last war, nor with any humani-,
tarian nor with any political moti-
vation. Its cause is purely reli-
gious and spiritual, and comes
from within the Church that is
.OOking deeper into herself now
and into her essential mystery."
In voicing his request for the
complete absolution of Jews of the
ilame for the Crucifixion of
Jesus. Cardinal Cushing told the
Jouncil: "Christ died freely for
ill men because of the sins of all
nenJews and Gentiles alike,
horn all had crucified and are
till crucifying. We must con-
iemn every attempt to justify
:atred, to justify inequities and
lersecutions as Christian actions.
"We have all seen in our
times the evil fruit of such at-
tempts. No Christian theologi-
cal or historical reason implies
hatred, inequities or persecution
of Jews. We should really think
whether it would not be just to
confess humbly before the world
that Christians have often failed
to live up to Christ in their rela-
tions with Jews.
n
"In this age of ours, how many '
Jews have suffered and died be-
cause of indifference, because of
silence. There is no need to j
enumerate the crimes committed
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Frid-r
Octobet 2. 1964
vJenisti fhridlSain
Page 9-A
initial meeting of the Temple Ner Tamid
rmation class took place this week with
actor 3ruce Richman, education director
81 ramid. Members of the class are
m row (ieft t<-> right) Larry Benes.
Moses, L'.oyd Seigendorf, Richard
Man Felsot, Phil Florentine. Stand-
ing top row ueft to right; are Howard Burkhoiz,
Larry Lang, Alan Unge, Wayne Prichason,
Jo*?l Holtzman, Mark Levinscn. M'chael Le-
vine, Alan Jacobson, Leonard Feldman, Theo-
dore Borkan. Richman is shown in the rear
near the blackboard.
f Conservatives Give Extremists Aid
:.ontir.sd trom Page 1-A ical Right, the Extreme Conserva- accusations" which thre
1 .!.._ J~ Mn t,....l tn .,..,.,> drr: of tncusands of oneto-five-
do '< g>i-i who have been
fr.ptened by the propaganda
bav-.ge and have succumbed to
it.'
SC i .-. ke on the basis of a'
L survey ol the Rad-
na lich was made pub-
lie n ;i press conference in the
I,.. idquarters, 315 Lex-,
igti \. The report, called'
Dai i the Right." was writ-
len a-:, ild Forster. general
coi i Benjamin R. Ed-
sii i n director of the
Lcj r II I be published as ;i
hool j R: I im House on Oct. 9.
Drastic interpretation
Tin act of Radical Right
and Extre Conservatives re-
sull logical blur"' along
I the im : >| actrum ot the righl
v i': opinions may (litter
in i- i e n I intensity but nut
in k I," Senary said.
H, ; that both groups
-,, mer in domestic policy of
II i thi years as
n i -. and foreign policy
ol ii sam period as "prone to
i ipeasement in deal-
Hi Communist threat."
i I difference, Schary
: .ii unlike the Rad-
threaten
lives do not tend to ascribe thejdemocratic institutions and "un-
alleged socialism and soltness to dermine conlidence in the inte-
sipister plots in hi^h place-, but grity and patriotism of elected
rather to blindness, stupidity, and lenders, the judicial system, mili-
tary leader.-, educators, clei
Washington, DC. which attacks
"progressive" education and the
"unethical practice'' of teachers
joining professional" organiza-
tions.
The Relm Foundation, of Ann
Arbor, Mich., a consistent support-
er oi a number of Right Wing
groups, including the American
Economic Foundation, the Found-
ation for Economic Education,
and the Council for Basic Euuca-
ion.
Among corporate and business
firms which support the Ameri-
can Right, oil, steei, chemical
cind textile companies and heavy
machinery producers tend to
predominate, according to the
report.
Amon- corporations cited as
j heavy contributors to Radical
Right groups are the Republic
and United States Steel corpora-
tions and Gulf and Humble Oil
companies which support Hard-
ing College, home of the Nation-
al Education Program. The Allen-
Bradley Corporation of Milwaukee.
and Technicolor, Inc., a holding
company whose subsidiaries in-
clude Eversharp, Inc., are listed
as contributors to Schwarz' Christ-
ian Anti-Communism Crusade.
Patrick Frawley, Jr. is named as
the Technicolor. Inc., official with
Radical Right interests.
In addition to their direct con-
tributions, business firms also
lend support by advertising in
rightist periodicals and by spon-
soring rightist radio and television
programs, the report asserts. It
lists the Allen-Bradley Corpora-
tion, the Peering-Millikan R-
search Corporation, the Schick
Safetj Razor Company, the Spin-
dale and Cherokee Mills, the Flictc-
Reed) Corporation, Kenmetat,
ini Knott's Berry Farm, and the
Henry Regnery Company, puli-
lishers, among such advertisi
a id adds that the practice "ap-
pears to reflect the political view-
points of company officers and
directors who as individuals sup-
port the American Right.''
J. Howard Pew of Philadel-
phia, is named as one of this
biggest individual contributors
to rightist causes. According tci
, the report, Mr. Pew, of the Sun
Oil interests, and members of
his family, have almost singt*-
hanc'edly supported the Chris-
tian Freedom Foundation of
New York, in addition to con-
Continued on Page 10-A
bungling on the part of four Presi-
dents and their liberal advisors.
"The lunatic fringe," he went
on to say, "while it cannot be
classified as part of the Rad-
ical Right, and certainly not of
its conservative supporters, nev-
ertheless joins the bandwagon
and adds the extra noxious in-
gredient of racial and religious
bigotry."
In the report. Forster and Ep-
stein declare that our democracy
needs a conservative faction."
rhej add, however, that "those
v.ho say they are conservative
should abandon once and for all
the Radical- with whom they too
readil) fraternise.
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"What is needed is a house-
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agree to lend his name to an or-
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miral (Ret.) Ben Moreell; Hu-
man Events, James L. Wick;
Intercollec.'at* Society for In-
dividualists; Young Americans
for Freedom; and the National
Review, William F. Buckley Jr.
The report declares that each
year, since 1960. the Radical Right
and Extreme Conservatives ''have
been pouring millions of dollars
into a propaganda campaign aim-
ed at influencing American pub-
lic opinion, often by disseminat-
ing fright along with distrust of
respected American leaders and
established institutions."
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Stales'' contributing to worth-
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health and charitable work. Gifts
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MwmMI ftoriafi&jn
Friday. October 2. \%{
Conservatives Give Extremists Aid
Received with pleasure by Temple Beth Am leaders is news
hat Herman Feldman (second from left), a founder and first
president of the congregation, has been selected to receive
he coveted Israel Redemption Award. Congratulating Feld-
man are Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, Phil Revitz and
Byron S. Cherkas, Temple president. The award will be pre-
sented at the Temple Beth Am Israel Dinner of State on Sun-
day, Oct. 25, at the Doral Country Club. Headinq prepara-
tions for the event as dinner chairman is Phil Revitz. Plans
for the event will be made Sunday evening at the Phil Revitz
home.
Catholic Organ Praises Top
Rabbi's View en Religion
Continued from Page 1-A
.ireful reasoning and exact Ian-
. uage. one may say that the paper
rovides a warning to Jewsin
ie words and manner of the
rophetsnot to forget the unique
ommitment ot their religion of
ivenant and its enduring claims
opn them. At the same time,
Christiana arc reminded of the!
necessity of seeing the Jewish j
tith not merely in its relations |
) Christian belief but also in its
niquely Jewish aspects. In mak- j
lg these delicate points. Rabbi
Soloveitchik writes with power and
ride, with candor and persuasion,
ith understanding and fricndli-
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"But just as surely, there are
other areas in which transcen-
dent religious truthsconscien-
tiously held in faithcannot en-
dure even the suspicion of com-
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see to it that these areas are
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Moreover, even the attitudes in
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Some people may judge the
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regret the timing of this publica-
tion in terms cf the Council ses-
sion which begins next week. We
would not share this view. For
US, it appears to set in realistic
focus certain permanent factors
in the interreligious picture, and
in this manner strengthen the
durable hopes we all have for wid-
er human understanding."
Continued from Pag* -A
tribotmg to other far right
groups individually and through
their foundation*.
The report gives examples of
corporate support lor rightist
broadcasting. It lists sponsorship
(.1 Dan Smoot's radio and tele-
vision commentaries, heard mostly
,n western states, by the Dr. Ross
Dog and Cat Food Company, head-
ad by D. B. Lewis of Los Angeles
Other companies sponsor broad-
casts by Lite Line, the operation
ii Texan H. L. Hunt, whose oil
company and 11. L. H. Food Pro-
ducts also sponsor Life Line broad-
casts.
Wealthy Individuals
They are devoted to exposing
"an internal conspiracy" which
Mr. Hunt sees inherent in the in-
come tax, programs for Federal
: aid to education, mental health.
| urban renewal, the Federal farm
I program, and other services, the
ADL report says.
AKmt 250 wealthy individual
| contributors help support a num-
ber of Right Wing organizations
including the John Birch Society,
the Christian Crusade, Americans
1 leu Constitutional Action, and the
' Christian Freedom Foundation.
The report points out. however,
that contributions are also receiv-
ed from large numbers of small
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real peril when it appears. Thev
are not only irresponsible but [
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*Jew isti ftcradman
Page 11-A.
Parents, Children
And Trust
By MAX LERNER
ZOA in Convention This Weekend
tmeriea 18 becoming probably the most education-oriented nation
*!T Even our bitterest quarrels, as the black and now white
". i hovcotta have shown, concern the school and the parent s pas-
'!'!:'15SS about what will happen to his child in ... What troubles
most "bout both boycotts white and black alike, is that .n the
JassEifof the parents they hurt the sensitive plant of the child's re-
',R'!\^plectClluft what counts most m .he life of a child, front seven
vrnteen is the feeling of friendship, trust, fidelity-call it what
;';;\ ^-between him and another child. 1 watched a little Negro boy
lakine into a TV mike on the steps of hls school, a new school for
E since he was one of the "bused- children. He wore a monitor s
".-a>h he was shy. but his voice was eager and Us eyes were danc
,th delight. He had found, he said, new inends-and the wide
f} next to him was evidence tnat a warm. .1 quick, affection had
touched them both.
* *
But how long will it survive the touchy belligerence of the lines of
mckets and counter-pickets, and the withering crosslne of haired be-
|,.cn them? Erick Ericksen has been writing recently about the
nu: lity of fidelity as the most important item in the growth of a child s
rUsonality Children demand steadfastness and trust, and as they
, t trust their friends among their peers they learn to trust them-
Iservcs Tin' worst thing the parents are doing to the children, and
to their own children among them, is the act of poisoning the springs
i trust.
* +
My son Adam had an idyllic summer at North Sea. spending most
,t his dav every dav in the woods and in the stables with a hall-dozen
lorses tint are pastured next to our house. Hut it would not have been
|-h. summer it was if he had not shared its delights with an eight year
Lid Iriend Together they formed a little universe of their own inside
llhe two households, and as 1 watched their complete ease and absorp-
Inon with each other 1 learned something about what fidelity means in
Tchiidrcn Now the summer is over, and he has already plunged into
the world of books as deeply as he plunged into the horse world.
Stephen is hack too from his summer in Europe, where he went
o work as a Winant Volunteer with the settlement house boys in the
Liverpool slums. In every country there are embittered adolescents.
iometimes in rich suburbs as well as in slum areas, who form a com-
L-n front against their elders. They have their own fierce code ol
Lain but it is loyalty again.-, others, against the world, and it docsn t
lurry over into trust of oneselt. Michael too is back from his summer
s a newspaper reporter in Washington. It is good to have one ot
\k m entering Harvard as a freshman, while the other goes back as
' In a week or two I shall be back at Brandeis with my own classes.
,vin" to present sonic ideas, about contemporary Europe and America
hd about recent history in both, which have been simmering in my
Lid all summer.
* *
Every teacher is bound to wonder how many of the students are
i.ie because somewhere deep within them there is an unslakablc
Erst and cunousity and they can't help seeking something to appease
I and how many are there because they can't help it penod-becausc
IS expected ol them and there is nothing else they can think ot doing.
I There are some vigorous pages in a new book by Paul Goodman
Compulsory Mis-Education" (Horizon'-suggesting that the good
lieges ought to refuse to admit any student unless, after high school,
ha- had a couple of years working or traveling or in the Peace
rps or the Armv. Goodman is right in saying that many youngsters
I not grown up enough to enter college, are caught in sexual difticul-
i, have not had a chance to find themselves, and at lhat point can
|rn little from lwoks and teachers.
That is why I am glad that Steve had his Liverpool waterfront
; summer and Michael his work in Washington, and Adam his
*es. Maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea for the professors to get away
niseives and learn something about life before teaching it.
Continued from Page 1-A
Washington, D.C., chairman ol
the Convention Committee.
Dr. Nussbaum's keynote ad-
dress dealt with the major tasks
facing the Zionist movement to-
day and the American and world
Jewish scenes.
Friday's all-day plenary ses-
sions were devoted to discussions
on such major issue- as Hebrew
education, new directions lor |
Zionism relating to the issues
the forthcoming World
Zionist Congress which is schedul-
ed to open in Jerusalem at the
end of December, 1964. problems
relating to the organization of a
representative body ot the Amor-
ican Jewish community, as well as
the meaning of Zionism tor the
American Jew.
The latter two issues were the
-abject ol discourses at the Fri-
day evening Oneg Shabbat session
! at which the principal speakers
were Ambassador Philip M. Klutz-
1 nick, of Chicago; Rabbi Simon
Greenberg, vice chancellor of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
New York; and Rabbi Daniel .1.
Silver, of Cleveland, with Jacques
Torczyncr ol New York, chairman
ol the National zoa Executive
Council, presiding.
Speakers during the day includ-
ed Speaker of the House John W.
, McCormack; Leon Dultzin. chair-
man ol the Economic Department
of the Jewish Agency in Israel;
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, of Engle-
vvood, N.J.; Charles Roscngarten,
former president of the United
Synagogue of America; and Rab-
bi Abraham Heller, of Brooklyn.
N.Y.; Dr. David Rudavsky. of
Brooklyn, N.Y. and Carol Pjekel.
:>f New York, presided over the
respective sessions.
Challenges of youth and pros-
pects for American Aliyah were
the themes of two Oneg Shab-
bat sessions during Saturday.
The Youth session was presided
over by Bernard M. Rifkin. The
session on American Aliyah was
in the form of questions and ans-
wers by a panel of experts com-
prising authorities on Aliyah as-
sociated with the Jewish Agency
for Israel, as well as representa-
tives of the Israel Embassy.
The plenary session Saturday
night, which was devoted to the
I nited States. Israel and the Mid-
die East, highlighted addresses
bj Hon. Averell ll irrlman, Under
Secretary ol state for Political Af-
fairs; Con, Robert Tali Jr.. (R.-
0.; Dr. Emanuel Neumann, mem
her of the American Section ol
the Jewish Agencj Executive and
president ot the World Union of
General Zionists, who presided;
and Hon. S. Zalman Abramov,
member of the Knesset, and Presi-
dent of the Israel-America Friend-
ship League.
Myer Feldman, Counsel >o
President Lyndon B. Johnson.
was guest of honor.
Sessions which followed w :
devoted to Israel Bonds. With
Leon Keyserling. economic 11
visor to former President 'I -
man. as guest speaker; the J<
ish National Fund, as well ai
session on program and activities
of the ZOA at which a panel
chairmen of national ZOA Com-
mittees answered questions
ZOA delegates.
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Friday, October : ]
Menorah 15th Anniversary Celebration
To Welcome New Israel Envoy Here
^.
Frid
C
Max Krauss (center) receives congratulations from Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah. and
Maurice Revitz, president of the congregation. Krauss and
Louis Reinstein have been named to receive the Israel Re-
demption Year Award at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner
cf State, <=et for Sunday evening, Oct. 11, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Maurice Revitz is. chairman of the dinner.
Temple Menorah, its members
and hosts of friends will celebrate"
its 15th anniversary at ;i gala Din-
ner "l State <>n Sunday evening.
Oct. 11. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Maurice Revitz, Temple presi-
dent, has assumed the chairman-
ship of the event which, he pre-
dicts, "ill be one of the most mem
oiahle in the history of the tem-
ple and the community.
At the same time. Rabbi Abra-
mowitz. spiritual leader of the
Temple, revealed that the Temple
Menorah dinner will be the oc-
casion for the first official wel-
coming of Israel's new envoy to
the Southeastern United States,
Shimon Yallon. who will be pre-
sented to the Diplomatic Corps
of Greater Miami.
Plans for the dinner were com-
pleted at a*reeeT>fTrtH"|iiv^h i>\ Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Revitz in their
home for members of the Host
Committee. Participating in the
preparation of plans were prom-
inent members of the synagogue.
as well as many communal lead-
ers. Included on the Host Com
mittee are:
Mr. mid Mrs lavM M Abel. Abe
,\|i|M I, i: i Hi Inky, Mor Ik i' IN n-
, r, KlgnTnnd Uvrtant, Irving flllllr.
\i. i is niiu-k, Anron Ilium, Michael
Ili-oiiHtt-ln, l-i'i"i Chalkt-n, Knin l>an-
\lis, l."iii- I >i "\, ii\. .! I'll Hen-
ininrk. Indoro I hell, Malvln Kwtland-
i-r, r2tiirone Kenyvi-H, .\i i\ l-t-rn, ll.tr-
i-j I.. I'l-.lmi hi. S..1 Krankt-I. Mun-aj
\l h'l'U'diiian. Saul l-'uclm, Jack G>r-
ard, Nathanli l : l kman.
Mr. :md Mis. Jaime Ontdenbeni,
Samuel fJraubart, linear Hecker, llelli
1 Hlrw-h, Isaac His, ii. Mori i- Hock,
Herbert Kaplan, I.oiiIk a Kate, l"*-
, ph Jiiaelaon, l>av|,| Kidman, Jack
| Kurciihllt, Mux Kraut*, Jei-rj I..I-
chuk, Ann< Levin, Paulli t,...,.
Kamuel Malow, Joaei.li m
rtamuel Marcus, Paul MeUei ,.
Miller, r.. it N..w,.k, \ |.(
P. Morris Pollack, Jack s. r
Mr. and Mrs, LouIm i:.ir.-
Iiih R< -in-li. Maurice !:
Itlnirei. LtHinard Hoaen, Mill
child, Sam Si-hlffmaii, Al,r,i
.rf. Al Sherman, Ml
"-!>:. l-l. s IIMW, Alan I!
Louie Sin hman, Moi rl* i 'i
ham rnlander, WHiiani i
Maurice .1. Well, Heui-f It,
Sol w --. i :i urn ni \\.
dore Wnllowlck, Robin /.
'/.num. i in in, < 'arl x.v H
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Boys and girls between
12 and 15 are being acce
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Congregation B'nai Raph
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Samplings of Opinion Show
Jews to Vote Heavily for LBJ
NEW YORK (.ITA> Sam- sistently Democratic in national
plings of opinion among a wide elections and Jewish support of
variety Of Jewish spokesmen and President Johnson is no surprise,
political experts indicate that Pres-, What is surprising, the Times re
ident Johnson will receive over- ported, is the size of the support
whelming Jewish support in the and its vitality.
November election, the New York Among Jewish voters sampled.
Times repelled this week. I the support for Sen. Goldwater of
The report said that the Presi-1 racial rightwing groups, some of
dent showed reporters at the Dem- whose members have also been
ocratic National Convention last engaged in anti-Semitic activities,
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was frequently cited. There is also
reported resentment at the descrip-
tion of the Senator as "half-Jew-
quoted Jewish organization lead- : jsn- because this assumes that
ers, rabbis, writers, and party Jewishness is a racial rather than
leaders and workers as sustaining a cuiturai ancl religious factor, the
the estimates of the preponder- | Times reported,
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Johnson-Humphrey ticket.
The report quoted most observ-
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take a miracle or a vast change
in world events for Sen. Barry
Goldwater, the Republican nomi-
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>Jewisii fhridinr
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...|BATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
1 Saturday :M f..m. Bar-
, uuallty "'' Mercy i re-
i'-" ,,. with n>.- Story of Crea-
'"'.' William Cohen. eynagoKue
'"". will float the Ki.lilush.
I';;'' :. n.m. followed by Kin-
S<
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J his lAJcchcnd
Bar Kltavab: Richard, >
Mrs. Paul Donoff. 5:40
followed by Maarlv.
m of .Mi. nnd
p.m. Klncha
,|n:irlv.
HAV*T SHALOM CONGREGA.
Tif: 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Canto? Israel Kerehner.
.NHf EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
retive__ ____
-T-I 3AVIO. 2G25 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
JJSl ... Babo. Norman N. Shapiro.
.. tor vVilliafi W. Lipion
V .,. Haturday 9 run.
Mark Alan. i-.-n ol Mr
. stein.
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and
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
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rT_ -RAEL.
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday B:I5 p.m. Sermon: "Tree* of
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a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
Minolta S:45 p.m.
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PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
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I'i i.l;i> t'*::'. p.m. in turdaj a.m.
Bar Mltavnh, Stewart, son of Mi.
and Mrs Abe Mahler, Mlncha ::
|p.m
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FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
St.. Homestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE, i >12 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Wein-
schneider.
Friday p.m. Baturday 8:80 H.m.
Sermon: "w Orbli Around tin- Tor-
uh." Ulncha 5:48 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthooox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
VI'NVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHIV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 13S1 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction!**. Rabin
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly- I
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative, i
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor '
Ernest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 1:16 p.m. Bermon: "Dims Our
Herltaffe Have Meaningful Insbrhta
f..r Today?" Saturday l":l"> n.m.
Bar Miizvali: Banford Billot, son <>f
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen; Carl, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blew I.
'TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. S87
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Bermon:
a World .i> Born.
a.m. nnd 5:30 p.m.
leph Fromkln "ill host ti> ones
ghabbnt i" honor of th^ir SSth wed-
dins anniversary. Saturday u a.m.
! TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. RabDi Eugene Labovitx-
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Baturda) fc45 a.m. liar Mitivah:
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaok
Saul. 5 p.m. Mlruioa Uar kUtavajK
Michael, s.....if Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
.loss.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Frida> ":::" p.m. Sermon: "Th<*
Name of the name." Saturday 8:4!i
a in. Bar Mlttvahi Ted, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Phillip Zelmsvn, ":*'' p.m.
Mlncha Bar Mttsvuh: Rodney, win of
Mr. and Mrs. H KoetOff.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M, Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon. "Our Knd-
iii_'s are our Beginning*."
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TEMPLE TIFHRETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Priday B:I5 p.m. Cantor Manny Man-
del iil officiate at weekend services.
Baturday ( a.m. Bnr Mltavah: Allen,
son of Mr, and Mrs. Morii, Oreen-
berg.
ETH
MCO-
Shj;
on
ODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Traditional. Rabbi Max
Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
, :, in. Bermon "A N<
p.m 'Thi l'"it.....
:, |5 |, in. "The BeglnnlnK
HEBREW ACADEMY,
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
pjnn Pinetrea SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sad. Nah-
nuas.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
, Fridai 8:8fl p.m. Sermon: "Prentlon _
Saturday .' .lH(| ,.,.,.,.,..,,; simirdni :80 a.m. TEMPLE ZAMORA, 44 Zamora Ave.
Junior ConuroKOtlon xervk-eH will be Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
cimducied l>\ let-naKt group, Chaver- Cantor Ben Dickson.
j.,, Frlilnj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: \\ li-'i
____a ____ Man Was Created" Sauirdaj '
i.ni Sermon: "What ReHpon
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MOSHE CONGREGATION.
. Dwie Hwy. Conservative.
Hyma.i Fein
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|T riPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd vt
.. Riipn Krieger, were.
t.i .
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-riLAH. 9?.5 Euclid Ave Or-
Rabbi Joseph L. Rackovsky
e------
- -1RAH. :64th St. and NE 11th
., ivitive. Rabbi \iax Lip
C.intO' Ben-Zion Kirschen.
bl .
a m sal urda> v a in.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yeluidah
Heilbi-aun.
e
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
G.i u-"s Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
p in Suturdu) & 15 m,
~, in..... The lieginnlng "; Thlng."
IN
M AMI
BE'.CH
Immigration Bcdy in Hard
Slap at Miller Statement
NEW YORK (JTA1 The and In subsequent years will in-
American Immigration and Citi- crease more."
tvnship Conference strong!) criti- The letter said thai estimates
rized this week remarks made by by experts indicated thai the pro
Rep William E. Miller, the Repub- posed revision "will not increase
lican Vice Presidential nominee. Immigration more than 15 per
on proposed national Immigration centfrom 30e.260 admitted in
1963 to approximately 350.ooo.'
TEMPLE EM*NU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cintor Hirsh Adler.
Krldu) fi p.m. Samnlav '.' .1.111. Si-r-
iii.. ii i- Religion Really on the
March, r ir Mltzvah: Mark, win ol
Mr. ami Mis. s.-.111.0111 Rubin; Alten,
win oi Mi and Mis. Wall. 1 Levl.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Re'oi'm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
l-'iiili> s l". p.m Hermon: "RellBlon
.....I I 'ollli. s Im;i Si li
e
TEMPLE JUDEA. :?o Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip
per.
! |,|ll\ :13 "in Mr and Mr- l"S-
li.s We Muni Has,
of 1I1. year."
in ill. Ueainnlnis
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller R).
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Consei vative. Rabbi Henr-v
vVernlok.
YOUNG ISHALL. 990 NE 171st S*:.
Orthodox. Raiibi Sherwm Stauber.
I 1 |,la) i. 1 .in 8 turditj a.m.
Sermon C Time." Uai
Mltzvah i'i.h- .11 ol Ml and Mrs
Hnrrj Si irk.
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*- emteroa
law revisions.
The nominee's comments were
challenged in a letter signed by
some 4i'i religious, welfare, labor
and other group* Interested in im-
migration anil refugee problems.
The letter also expressed regret
that "immigration is being made a ,
partisan issue."
The nominee said in Sooth
Bend, Ind., on Sept. 7 that pro-
posed revisions would "open the
flood gates 'or virtually any and
all who would wish to come and
find work in this country" and
would "completely abolish our
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The letter said that the propos-
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ilif nominee's charge that "if the
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current Immigration laws are re
'pealed, the number of immigrants
next year will increase three-fold
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.-.;,T B^ir,- By HUARV MINDlr*
Friday. October 2,
1964
\ His Immortality Lies in the Onrushing Lives of the Past

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Negra Anti-Jewish Prejudice 'Disturbing'
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As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
A Lesson in History
SENATOR GOLDWATERS N
treat to talk abo I I
. b '
n in th<
:y his
portei but 1
efoi
t now
not cotl the extreme

Had not beei II een :-' ''
Rep
nd I .....of his | Deal
fin the i uaati
tor had coadaUoi i emistl on the
i pt bin to eadorae him. to champn
, -.-.!, for him He baa -aid the
5,,.. ..) lo bear; he has voted in the
Stoat* i liaal MHUIMi Joe McCarthy, against
n.t the civil rights bill in the. way
wasted him to vole. Not in this generation
a ..I they i.imI elsewhere a man ol his stature and
dMrwg thu vie*-, and aUo available lor their
it i aaMrieua, then, that a heavy protest within
hAli assess. ol the Senator's party prompted
adtdate Goldwater to draw back Iroin the l>rink
oi LA* Klan protter of supiort How remarkably
unlike the conduct and instinctive reaction of
Vended Witlkie in the campaign ol ISte! The
German American liund, the Italian FaseiSt organi-
zation in America, and ft. Charles Coughlin all
oil'-n-'l to back tne Republican candidate of 24
ye., In.tantly and passionately. Willkie re-
tted lb* peeil m thee* extremisti CM Co* Mia,
he said at that lime I am not onh not Interested
in Ins support, I don t want it
Early in tugu t. after Co in Miller had
d his ticket would accept the backing of.an)
American citizen Ik our platform, our
poiitioi d our posture Sen Goldwatei denied
thai hi campaign-mate had accepted Klan backing
cd the Kl u ver
pported Republican* It'a been a Democratic
h itl lii-tor;.
eh | i m I'll iii tor) H all ich i are
itii the obligations ol itatemanahip were
comparable with Vice Presidential Candidate Mil-
i-1-' appalling assertion thai Dcmmm tii political
machine*; had created conditioni that had led to
vioi'-nt racial clashes In Northern citii Neither
Innocence ''V the career ol the Ku Klux Klan on
Ben Goldwater'i part por the bypa ling of mm
omic and HMlol causes ol radal unrest on Con
gre im,in Miller- part can be blinked at and lor-
gptten in the presidential campaign now entering
the history booki
Sen Goldwater, with his remarkable grasp of
public affa,rs. cannot possibly be ignorant ol the
current bullishness in right wing activities
that in Detroit i
pi
: bj passed
. menl
: l '
eral Washington
.: is that a high percei I in
are Jews In pla
aeration th* -:'' *
the lower i i classes I u "
corner grocery, tnfc credit -tore and with I
llord 1 entl) the** white- arc Jew, and
(alll behind in hi- payment
il ition and blame the Ji
In the opinion of the Washington Post, "m
.scmitic; expression could be mere
(ui-red,-. attributed to a general growth of anti-
feeling in the ghettoes. But tne proximit)
the Jewish merchant or landlord present: a hai
: for I'indictiveness
A huh1;- competitive area where Negr anti-
Semitism hi emerged is the medical field. When
a Negro failed to get an appointment as chief of
surgery in a city hospital. Negroes in New York
charged "Jewish monopoly
The old established civil rights groups like the
< P an'' Urban League are free of anti-Semi-
ti-m but new. militant Negro spokesmen have arisen
w.th an antJ Semitic line. But this line is generally
m the Black Nationalist ranks where
i- coupled with anti-Christia

emerging N< jro 1<
not so ninth anti-Semitism
;,. Negro rebellion against the white liberal as
iditional
Jc l of Negi
scorned in as
byprocri Jewish merchanl land-
i continue "to practice racial !am
"Some .I-- -aid the v I n Post, are
othi iim ins ii that the;.' have anti-
Negro pre i ices. In many cases, there an -!
residing rhoods into which Negroes are
moving.
In on'- area ol Washington, b l Je reporte to a Jewi-h organization that the) feel pressured
and pushed by Negro real estate buyers and they
ju.-t don't want to sell.
A conclusion is that trouble- are growing be-
tween Jew-, ami Negroes, reflecting the broader
naliunal crisis. Although Negro and Jewish leaders
in Washington stressed any antipathy between the
two group- i- not a major force, it nevertheless
exists. As such, it is part of the compelling chal-
lenge to America to end the prejudice- and tli-
crimination, among the American people.
h ha*J r.-
The Vtttei
til "hey refer to
nth Geek) bis ,'a hu
altl of I ,
are m the Bsawisji eotuUrytwlc l!
the breakup of his far:....
and (i ^"i*ha who
ter one of Babel's few tnp* to Peril :. fr'ance
y, the .' int ptei a them, or to re-unite, fe
came in :..- dlilgtlei ,. H
for > ''
I .
The
Babei. -lo nothing t-j :-. a: his reputation as -. '
in that pe-
culiarly !
the moat ieJerestieg an
nquir) ar^i V> F.r-t Fee. the lat- ter, more
sophist 'Ped ven ,
ar<- a. sdtet wa> appan to se i
, ...
Included als . *. s. one by G(
It is. as I -aid a -trange and even a sad I For
eL as for the rest of I
her father will always remain the warm
figure whose immortality hei not in his
own in "he onrushing lives
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Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Abe at Jack Garfein
JACK GARFEIN,
i ,rroll Baker.
H :
Whose v. lie
-tars in the
[current release of The Carpel
Bbagger-" and will portr..
Harlow" in Joseph E. i
[forthcoming production, told nic
an interview in Bi
HHs ;.; il two avantt films
: bis own that are bein. I
uuer Lev me s "banner at Paramount studios
Th t one ol the two pictures depicting
i on the
\ l ng and Happy Life," by Re;
. currentl) beuag com]
b) i harles Ei -' i The | .'.-re deals with me
ems "! young people trapped emotionally in
the turmoil of our time. Garfein is tryinj I
McQueen for the male lead
The second venture of Garlein-Levm will be
iral Child," a novel by (.'aider Wilton
who also wrote "End a Man." brought to trn
- en Sam Spiegel as -The Strange one Ben
ira who made his movie debut under Gar
direction in the artistic but unoucecssft
by W.llingham, will star in the new story by
the same author, probably with Sue Lyon as the
naive sexy Southern girl caught in the Bohemian
circle of Greenwich Village. Both films are being
guided by Jack Garfein with Levine's Bmbass)
Pictures and his own Prometheus Films function
ing as joint producers.
Listening to Jack Garfein talk about the new
wave" cinema, one hardly believes that the 34 ye.:
old stage and film director has been a near-victim
of Nazi atrocities, as were his whole family.
.'
* '"
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Fitting Memorial at UN to Dag Hammarskjeld
United Nations
IT IS DIFFICULT for one who had live
through the period to realize thut
ears bad gone by since that
iing in 1961 when, first, there was
a run a confirmation about D
Hammarskjold's death. Now the past
of time has made it all too real. "Dag."
. >" rai called here affectionately bj
is, Indeed gone With him went
M era And if further proof of the fact that a new era
had come, h'-re il the new stained glas- window, design-
ed and made by the famous Jewish artist, Man Chagall,
ensting B deep blue but somehow somber light onto the
black white -quaies ol the terrazzo floor of the secretariat
Building lobby.
"It fits," remarks Mr. Chagall in French to one
friend, repeated in Yiddish to another. And one has the
Ifling that the verdict of fitness alludes not merely to
the physical but to the spiritual as well. "It fits."
The man who made this window, hereafter to be
known as the Dag Hammarskjold Memorial Window, is
>-
Ihe same artist who did those marvelous 1- windows one
had seen very recently in the synagogue at the Hadass.ili-
Hebrew University Hospital in Joruealem. Those, too,
"fit"although there have been many grumblings about
the architecture furnishing the framework tor the Jeru-
salem windows. Mr. Chagall does not share the dissatis-
(action voiced regarding the Jerusalem installation. To
him, that too fitsas it does to many observers, includ-
ing this one.
But, here, th< re is a particular fitness. T'hm e i- a
significant commentary on the Hammar.-kjold era in
the fact that there is disagreement among pro-Israeli
Jews as to llaminarsjold's place vis-a-vis Israel. To Marc
i hagalla Jew to his very marrowHammarskjold j-
the great builder toward peace. To a man like Jacob
BlausteiD, who knew Hammarskjold very well, on the
personal as well as the official level. Hammarskjold was
the greatest man of his day.
As you walk into the Secretariat Building these
days, on the edge of the circular fountain gracing the
facade, there is another monument to Hammarskjold,
unveiled only la,,t summerthe gift of Mr. Blaustein.
iin. atteaa


Friday. October 2. 1964
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Ia I1 1964.
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intered against you.
i >.\ I'KD: September :'-. 1964.
10. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B) : C. P. COPELAND,
Deputy Clerk
III VRTIN PINE,
L\ i; orney for I 'lalntlff
i- h Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Iliainl :;.', Flot Ida,
'.' 25, 10-2, '.'. 16
"And in the future, if anyone's going to be the
QVETCH in this family, it's going to be MEl"
Cnr. 1M, Bevesu r>elatm
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. WC 10135
11 \- i: invest.*.! ENTS, INC.
a Florida corpoiai Ion,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
I3SXIE MITCHELL,
,i single woman,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ESSIE MITCHELL
I Tolmn n A n enue
Oloucestei. Massachusetts
Y.ir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
. Complaint lo Foreclose Agreement
for Peed on 11 following described
propertj:
\a.\ 10, Block t, of FIRST ADDI-
TION TO M.I.AIATTAII Si -1......
Sl'BDlVISION, according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded In I iai
Book 7. in i'.i-. 119, ..r the Public
Records of Pad* County, Florida,
has been brought against you, and
you are hereby notified to serve s
eopy ..r your answer or idendlng upon
KVAN ULSTER, Attorney for Plain-
tiff, 3748 West Flagler Ktreet, Miami,
Florida J3134, nnd file the original in
the office ..I Ihe Clei k of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Plorida, on or
bef..... the 23rd day of October, 1964,
otherwise the allegations of us d Com-
plaint will i- luken as confessed b)
yon.
DATED ai Miami, Pade County,
Florida, this 15th day of September,
1984,
i: B. LEATHERMAN, clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Cocnty, Klorlda
.-.all By: HELEN KES8LER
i leputy Clerk
: 18-25, 1" 2-9
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*Jen isli fhrtdttan
solicits your legal notice*.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
ifial FR .1- HJ85
for messenger serrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
NO. 64C 9485
THEODORE W ADLEK,
Plaintiff,
va,
ROSIN \ \IU ER,
Def< ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yin" ROSINA ADLER, Residence
Cnknown, are notified "> serve a
cops of your answer to Divorce Com-
i.lniiu filed HKitinsl you on Plaintiffs
iimrii.v. GEOROE NICHOLAS, 812
\ \v 12th Ave., Miami, Pla.. and
file original with Clerk ..f tbl Court
on oi before Sept, 30, 1984, otherwise
complaint > ill i........'' --''' by you.
DATED Oct. ". 1864,
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
liv IT. II. LANWAY, D.C.
9 l. 11, 18, 2.1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi.- undersigned, desiring i" engage m
t.ii nese under the fictitious name "f
JOHNNY'S HIDEOUT "' 8615 N.W.
2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends
register said name with the Clerk
... the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
LOLA NAK BLACKWELL
Hole Owner
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
W9S S.W. 1st Rtleit,
Miami, Florida
9-11. 1*. 25, 11 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underahrned, desiring '" engage In
business under Hie fictitious nami oi
FIESTA PAR ai 123.0 N.E. 6th
Wenne. North Miami, Ploritla. in-
tends to register said name with tne
. i.i u of the Circuit Courl "i Dad*
Count}', Florida.
MAY R RYMAR
Sole Own. i
STEPHEN P KKSSI.KR
Attornev for Annllcant
I'e.v s w i-t Street,
Miami, Florida (8 2. 1(J ._,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
|li. undersigned, desiring i" eiigagi in
a.-s under the fictitious name ,.f
i 'i ^ .ii Post fffice Bog 177 North
>l Branch, .Miami. Horiua ...ii,
:' ii. :,, i. u-. i said n..in- itii Ihe
ik ..i tin circuit Court "i Dade
i mil]. Floi ii..
\\ II.l.l \.M E HOY
J ORE M rKL'SHIN
v, ..in E, Hoj
i--::.. l" 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAlv.fc LAW
| i GIVEN that
ng to ngage In
l name :
CENTER .'i 1724
Itreet, Miami, Plot Ida, tn-
r said mime w nil the
I e Circuit Court "i Pad*
a.mis. i lot mii
SAMl'111. B 1.1 NNB
|KSETT ,\ FEItRAR \
in \.- for a uplli a nt
.18-25, 1" t
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Finnnj IN Nr C" nMlE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9867
LEA H COLLET,
Plaintiff,
1AY s COLLET,
llffelldant. ____
COMPLAINT FOR DVORCE
TO: JAY s. COLLET
K,.-i.i. n. e I'nknown
Tou l XV s COLLEY, are hen hj
notified thai a Complaint for Divorce
has been filed agalnsi yen. ami you
art v......red to herv. a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to thi Complaint
on Ihe Plaintiff If rney, ALAN
-iiii:';i: *Sfl Llm In R-ad, M in
Beach, Florida, and l l the original
knew or 1*1" idtne in the nffl" e ol
the Cl. ik of Ih, Courl otl or
hefnre I ;
I- vou I i t fmiit win '"; .'':'
. Complaint.
DONE \ND ORP
i, .-. ti mbi r,
' rk,
By: L. N
I leputy
VLAN IERR

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring: to engagi In
luiiflness under the fictitious name ,.f
II, SOI/1 at 2425 S\V 37th Avenue,
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court "f Pade County. Florida.
Nl IRMAN KAIXSHTHALBR
Sole Owner
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
1999 s w, 1st Street,
Miami, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63769 B
IN RE: Estate 'if
L" ills ZIMMERMAN
1,, ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ni'*' her.-hy notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mand* which yon may have against
the estate of LOUIS ZIMMERMAN
,1,. Pasi ,i int. "f Had.- County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Pad.- County,
and till1 the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 728.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the -ame will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2oth
da) of August, ah. 1964.
Ri ISLYN B ZIMMERMAN
\s Bxecutrl*
Ui n.l'M IN & 1 'I AM' IND
101 Lit.....In Road
Bi... h. Florida
' utovnex!" i". Roslyn B 7.
II ll-IS-23. 1" 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64365 C
IN RE: Estate ol
HEK.MINE i: K< ILL
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'i "I"" nnd All I'ei sons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
! Estate
v..a are hei eby notifii d nnd 11 -
I quired lo |iresetit any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HERMINE E. KOLL de-
I ceased lute of I aide County, Florida,
to Hi. County Judges of Hade County,
land file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 7.13.16, Florida
'Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Pade County, Flor-
ida, within -i\ calendar months from
i ih.- time of the Hist publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated hi Miami, Plorlda, this nth
,i.i v i.i Si ptember, A.l >. 1964.
WALTER .1. KOLL
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
ih.- 1Mb day of September, l!'64.
MERVY.N L. \MES ol
Ii oi ge, Anns ,v I'.itl.r
Att.n-in y i.'i Administrator
suit. ;ie; Hlscayne Hide
IH W. Plagl" r St., Miami. I la.
11 IS-25. 10 2-9
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O-
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9866
losri-H \LBERT BELARDINO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY BELARDINO,
Defendant. __
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY BELARDINO
Residence I nl.nown
Yon, MART BELARDINO, ar< heri
by notified thai a Complaint for n
vorce has i.e. n filed agalnsi you, an
v,.n are required to serve s cop* i
viiin- Answer or Pleading to tin- < on
plaint the Plaintiff s Attorne
VI.AN SHERR, S50 Lincoln Road, M
;,,i Beach, Florida, and file the orlii
Inal Answer or Pleading In the offli
of the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt i<
.. I,, fore the Hth day of OCtoDc
1964 If vou rail t.. .1., so. judgment b
leiauli will be ii.k.n against you f
the relli f manded in the > ompiain
BONE \\l' ORDERED al Mian
Florida, this Sth day of Beptembe
V"'i':"'i'' LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade c.miiy, Horlds
eal) By: I. sNKl-.ni.N
Deputy "I'-rk
\I.AN SHERR
.u,..> for Plaintiff ;, ,,..,, ,
[the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
|AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9665
IDA Bl'RD KON,
Plaintiff,
)l.n BARRY KON,
l tefendant.
-OTICE BY PUBLICATION
ARNOLD BARRY KON
:14 ICasI 53 .1 street
v York, New Vork
ARNOLD BARRY KON, are
intiried that a Complaint for
has been filed against yon,
mi are required to serve copy
r answer or pleading to the
int f..r Divorc.....i the Plain-
Attorney, ALAN s. ROSEN-
llll Alnsley Building, Miami,
and file the original answer
ling in the i 'in..- ol ihe Clerk
Circuit Court, on or before
>, day of October, 1984.
n fail to do so, judgment hy
will he tak.n agalnsi you
relief .i,.....ui.i.d in the Com-
' r Divorce
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 2nd rtav of Sept. 1864,
I-:. B, LEATHERM VN
,il; ol th. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Si al i
a. II. I WWAY,
Deputy ci.-ik
if y
ssw
C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VTH JUDICIAL C HCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C ?7?6
i; iRFRT WILLIAM MALONET,
Plaintiff,
BARBARA ANN EUZABETH
MALONEY,
''NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BARBARA ANN BL1ZAUETH
MALONET
: (imii.n \i en te
providence, Rhode Island
Toil BARBARA ANN BJUS All I II
MALONEY, are hereby notified that
a Complain! lor 1>P..... ha* been r -i
ngalnst you, and you are required to
.. w- a Cop} "I your l.lea.l-
Ing to the Complaint ror Divorc*. -a,
the Plslntlfre "torney, ALAN 8.
IMSKNTHAI-. 1111 All I" I.ul Urn;
Miami, Florida, and file the ori na
answer or pl i llni I '" ''''
the i Ii rk of thi Cli ourt. on o,
1,,-toi.- the 12th day ol n tober, 1964.
it Mm rail to .I" so. lodgment bj de-
fault win be taken a t you for the
relief demanded In thi "'it H"
DDONE AND OB.D1 REP at M iml,
Florldu, this Ith di tember,
''"''k B LEATHERM >v. Clerk.
firenii Court I "ade "oiinl i
M UBy?MARnlERITEMORFOBD
v-
NOTICE BY DUPLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FirrJ,r*A i\j i\Mri trnn n^f)E m
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9799
BORIS MEYKRSON PASSI VO
- MEYERS' IN
\.
Plaintiff,
v -.
\ < PASSENO a k '
\ \ i: \ i a k,a
UN KIRK,
, int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
lOHN K. f'ASSENi'
., k ., ,H iHN PASSENEAU
., u i JOHN KIRK
\ i :!i Van i n St.
Ali xandrla, Virginia
ii. John K. Passeno a k a John
, i, a John Kirk, are hi re-
Ifl, ,i thai -i Bill of Complaint
-,.. i ilvorci has been filed nga nst you,
,i .,.....mil i .1 to s. i \.- a copy
,,f your Answ.-r or Pleading to tl e
BUI ol Complaint on the p'alntlfl j at-
tornev, A1NSLEE R. FERDIE. Suite
>-r' 2313 S.W. l...I, urn- Road, Coral
Florida 331J4, and Hie the
original Answer or Pleading In the
off* of thi Cl rk of the Clrcull Court
on or l" fore the 12th day of I.....ber,
i..... if vou i.nl to do so. judgment
by .! fault 111 be taken agalnsi you
. i, lief d< manded in the Rill of
Compla
This notice shall be pubWehed once
each we.k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISII Fl.nUll'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
i i-ii day of Beptember
All '
r B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
M.I.. County, Plot ida
(seal) l i- S DePIETRU
ity Clerk
AINSLEE R. I KRDIE
12. .. '. > W i .eJeune Rd.
Coral Qabli 1134
: Plaintiff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7672
THE WILLIAMSBL'RUH
SAVINGS BANK,
Plalntllf,
vs.
CARMEN PHILLIP CORICA and
CORICA, his wii,- ii married,
. I al,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO; RICHARD HLICKMAN
1j:; West 37th Sir. t
New York. New York
You an- hereby notified thai the
above captl.....d action has been In-
stituted agalnsi you In the Circuit
curt of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida In and for Dade Count} to fore-
close .......ma-, upon the following
described r< al prop, rt> i
i...i n Block IT First Addition to
Carol citj according lo the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 1"
,i Page 19 of the Public Ri i ords ol
i lade 'ount>. Florida.
You are i. pih.-d to file your an-
swer to plalntift > ......plaint with tin
clerk ol the s.....said I
serve a copj thi reol up n
MARTIN FINE.
Dade Federal bttlli
la, not lati t ctober
,,,, ,.; ., 11, ;. Pro '..in.-.-.-,. w ill bi
,- .1 again ii
DATE
i: II LEATHERMAN
-
. ', 1. NELSON
Cli ..
\l \RTIN FIN
I'lali
i a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE_
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O-
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 10146
ROBERT A. BERLES,
Plaintiff,
JACQCKLIN BERLE8,
Defendant. ____
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i: Mrs. Jacqtlclln Bel Ii
, ., W'illia m Nieliolson
171st Stie.-t BSth Avenue
Tinley Park, Illinois
You a hereby notified that
Complaint for Divorce has been 111'
against you, and you are requlri
to -,i\.- a copy of your Answer
Pleading to the ComPta^"LH0nI.'!!
.lalntlffs ,\tfrn.-y, .1. David Ueb-
,,.,,, 10 Southeast First Avenue III-
unl Florida and Pl<- the original At
..; r Pie.....ng In the office of th
. -|. rk of th,. Circuit court on or '
i,.. the 2Srd day of October, l6
II you fall I" do so. judgment by B<
fault will be taken against you I<;
the relief demanded In the Complain
DONE \NI OBDEBED at Mlam
Florida, this 13th day of Beptembe
*"De!'^LEATHERMAN. Cteric,
Cii-cult Court, Dade i '"."ty l-i.-rl'la
s,aU By: C. P. COPELAND
I H puty Clerk
I. DAVID L1EBMAN
jii S.I-:. First Ave.
Miami, Florida
uiorn.-v tor Plaintiff ^ ^_^ ]0 y
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi i signed, di li ii u to ngage In
Him -- I del ih. Ilcttl i is name ol
CHARLES THE TAIU'R at 12S Ll-
:-.,Ma Avenue, Coral Babies, Florida
intends to n glsti i said nan i with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
County, Florida.
HERJtERT P. ABNET
. -i Zamora live Coral Uabli s. f la.
IRW1N <:. CHRISTIE
Attorney for Herbert F. Ainet
1414 Coral w-o. -Miami. Plorlda !
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
"LOB DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 10111
I .i ii." >RES 11" >W I :n,
ERNEST Bi (WEN
IT FOR DIVORCE
RNEt-T Pi iWEN
I,, .... a. I nkn
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lni '"' '
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., ng m thi
196
so, jud no in bj di
ii against y
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I a ,\ i \ \l' 'i;l iKREI' at Miami
i, da) of Beptemb.
ii' '- ., ,
i; H LEA rilERM \N. Clerk,
i '| iii ,..- i. I lade Cocnt). Fl'
j P COPELAND
l.. puty lerk
VLFRED KltElBLER
nl Alnsl< i Building
Miami, Plot da
Attorne) for Plaintiff n_
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
613 N.E. 1st Ave.
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Hostess at a reception for the Committee of Hosts for the
Temple Menorah Lrael Dinner of State at her home last Sat-
urday evening was Mrs. Maurice Revitz, who here pours for
Mrs. Sol Frankel, wife of the co-chairman of the dinner. The
dinner, with Maurice Revitz, Temple president, serving as
th-irman, will be held on Sunday evening. Oct. 11, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. (See Story. Page 12-A.)
Discussion of business reports brings together officers of Bay
Chapter of ORT at the first meeting of the season at the Roney
P'.aza Hotel. Amonq officers are (horn left) Mrs. Harry Ossip.
secretary; Mrs. Morris Lieberman, financial secretary; Mrs.
Paul Wilson, president; and Mrs. Jerome Cohn. treasurer.
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Miami. Florida. Friday, October 2. 19b4
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Women's Leader Off for CJA
Mrs. Huth Johnson Berger, Ad-
visory Com mil tee member of the
Federation oi Jewish Women, and
charman of New Prospects for the
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's
Division, will take part in a spec-
ial United Jewish Appeal Women's
Division Mission lor outstanding
leaders from all parts of the na-
tion.
Mrs. Berger will join with top
women's leaders of the I'.IA and
of Federation and Welfare Funds
throughout the country for the
tour leaving New York on Wed-
nesday to inspect the work of the
United Jewish Appeal and its
agenciesthe Joint Distribution
Committee and the Jewish Agency
for Israel in France. Italy and
many areas of Israel ranging from
Tel Aviv. Jerusalem and Haifa, to
the Negev desert.
MRS. RUTH JOHNSON BRGR
A hoard member of the Jewish
Home for the tged, and an active
worker en behalf of the CJA drivi
and particularly the Women's Di-
vision. Mrs. Berger will meet with
top dignitaries in the State ot Is-
rael and with leaders of UJA's
affiliated agencies in many citii s
to be visited by the mission.
Mrs. Berger. who visited Israel
three years ago and also toured
Palestine prior to Israel's inde
pendence. will personally view
many of the programs, the housing,
the agricultural and industrial faci-
lilies made possible through -up-
port of UJA Bnd Combined Ji
ish Appeal il Miami, which an
helping hundreds ol thousar Is of
Jews from Europe, North Al "ici
and areas throughout the \ n I
start anew in the lands of fn -
dom.
exclusively at
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Norton and Gloria l'allot cete-
ra ted their 14l.'l wedding anm-
.ersarj with a small family din-
ner last week at Embers Rest-
; in ant ... On hand to toast the
handsome couple were proud
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pal-
lot; Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pal-
i brother, Ronald l'allot and
i.- Gloria: the Howard Kat-
- and Ihe Norton Segals, who
[lew in from Atlanta. Ga.. espo-
iallj for the occasion Norton
Pallot was recently named presi-
dent ol life Better Business Divi-
sion of the Miami-Dado County
'hamber of Commerce. He heads
Norton Tire Co.
' The happy ending" to a rom-
ance which bloosomed when sold-
ier away from home (Jersey)
met lovely local girl 20 years
ago celebrated by Ruth and Rob-
ert Al. Merritt last week at the
Algiers Hotel Party on Sat-
urday night brought together 150
iriends and relatives who were
wined and dined and entertained
till the wee small hours of the
morning Vivacious hostess
the center of attention Wore
an attractive floor-length ensem-
ble of forest green peau de soie
with matching coat, perfect with
her flame-red hair ; .
Enjoying every minute of it,
her parents, long time residents
Anne and Morris Alpert, teen-
age daughter Rosalind Merritt,
soon to celebrate her sweet six-
teen birthday, sister of the hos-
tesi Evelyn and spouse Mfiton
Nussbaum, their brother Zane
Alpert Son of the honorees,
Roger, keeping to his books al
Emory University, so was unable
to attend .
LOCalites glimpsed, some danc-
ing, some chatting, Miami Beach
Mayor Melvin Richard and his
Janet, Judge and Mrs. Kenneth
Oka, Judge Irving and Hazel C>
pen. Mrs. Sailing Baruch. Honey
and Albert l'allot Oiitot- town
contingent included Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Baruch. Washing-
ton, D.C.. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
I'eckett, Tampa, and Col. and
Mrs Edward dimming. Ft. Laud-
erdale.
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While most people are Hying to
the four corners of the world to
see the sites of ancient civiliza-
tions, Pansy and Larry Flaum
went no further than Augusta,
da., where the countryside still
bears many reminders of our
own Revolutionary period .
Visiting with their nephew Dr.
Mark Brown, wTic Julia and
their little ones, Karon. Lisa and
Leslie, the Flaums guided by the
family on a regular Cook's tour
of battlefield mementos .
Most intriguing, the Mackay
Whjte- House, held during the war
hy-Sjhe British, where 12 Amer-
icatf soldiers died and are sup-
posedly haunting the restored
building A native Miamian.
Dr. Brown is an alum of the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he serv-
ed as student president and won
several letters in athletics .
A former Davis Cup winner and
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Poge 3-B
She's been in and out of Room
al Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
I live limes. She's vivacious,
rldly, and charming, and is
,.,.,! by the Worse's, doctors and
ioi ital staff.
!;u! Mrs, Sally Monroe, of South-
,,[,. Towers, becomes impatient
llness She likes to be on the
_,, like the years when she cir-
Ihe globe lour times, visited
South America twice. Australia and
just everywhere!"
\ deep admiration for art and
sculpture began back in childhood
5, and manv years.later she
naged to find her way into all
Hit great galleries of Europe and
the Orient, where she absorbed
.,', spiritual experiences "which
ne can only feel in the presence
,.| man's inspired masterpieces."
From study and proximity with
!k mighty works of the medieval
nd modern, she learned much.
She now has turned out some 50
all plaques, hangings and repro-
ductions of famous pictures all
colored stone.
The Florentines were amazing
. rtists in mosaic I realize how
nfinitely patient they must have
heen," she says.
Mrs. Monroe's apartment is
tastefully furnished with many
period items ol the past. Two
French provincial seats are cov- ... ,. ._,,
red with a graceful floral pat- Art from tern of needle point another round-the-world trips for Mrs. Sally Monroe, a resident of
ol her hobbies. A bedroom serves Miami Beach for 28 years.
Hebrew Academy PTA Will Install
Officers in Ceremonies Sunday Evening
Annual installation of officers
of the Parent-Teachers Associa-
tion, Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami, will be held Sunday eve-
ning, 8 p.m., in the school audi-
torium at the Academy, 2400 Tine
Tree Dr.
installing officer will be Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal. His
topic will be "Impact of the He-
brew Academy on the Greater Mi-
. 'in community.*'
The ceremony will he followed
hy a reception for the 40 faculty
members. Special recognition to
new members of both the Hebrew
and English Departments will be
given, Mrs. Harry Rosenberg and
Mrs Leonard Adler. co-chairmen
ior the evening, announced.
More than 70 parents of newly
enrolled students will also be
feted.
Evening's program will feature
musical presentation by Mrs.
Norman Gladsden. musical artist
and an Academy parent.
Serving with Mrs. Charles Sim-
on, chairman of the Hasten Com-
mittee, are Mesdamcs Bernard
Diener and Daniel Zalis. Refresh-
ments will be served in the Max
Siiverberg Dining Hall following
the evening's program.
Officers to be installed in a
candlelight ceremony are Mrs.
Samuel Ro-ner. president; Mes-
damcs Zvi Bergcr. Albert Cohen,
Sherwin Levinc. Jerry Wittels.
Harry Rosenberg. Leonard Adler,
Sam Shapiro. Morris Waldman,
Morton Weiss. Charles Simon, vice
presidents: Mrs. Milton Ehren-
reich. treasurer; Mrs. Simon Sim
ko\ ic, social secretary; Mrs. Leo
Reinhard, recording secretary:
Mrs. Raphael Sinuk. corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Harold Reinhard.
parlimentarian; Mrs. Maurice
Keliner. historian; Mis. Shymary-
ahu Swirsky, chaplain.
MRS. NORMAN Gl/JDSDEN
RABIN UNVEILING
The dedication of it monument
to the memory .( the late
HENRY RABIN
trill iiiljr place
Sunday, Oct. 4th at 11 a.m.
r the Family Plot ...
Mr. Nebo Cemetery
Rabbi Norman Shapiro
and Cantor William lip-nn
"i Beth David Congregation
will officiate.
Relative^ and friendi arc
invited t" attend.
Arrangements by Palmer
Miami Monument Company
Miami Women
Off to Confab
Convention hound are Mrs.
Pauline C.nmdwcrg. Mrs. Sylvia
Meyers and Mrs. Alfred Stone to
represent the Dade County chap-
ters at the National Convention
of Mizrachi Women in New York
City on Sunday.
Both Sen. Kenneth B. Keating
and former Attorney General Rob-
ert F. Kennedy will address the
80th annual national convention of
Mizrachi Women to be held at the
New Yorker Hotel.
Sen. Keating will deliver a major
address on American foreign policy
in the Middle East at the Youth
Aliyah and Child Restoration ses-
sion of the convention on Monday
evening.
Kennedy will address more than
1.000 delegates representing 50.000
members on Tuesday at the clos-
ing banquet.
Mrs. Alfred Stone is coordina-
t r for Florida.
Menorah Ladies
Card Party
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hold a card party in the Social
Hall on Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
Proceeds will go to the Religious
School.
Serving as chairmen are Mes-
damcs Richard Schwartz, Milton
Singer and Arman Rosenberg.
Mrs. Sam Bclsky is president.
The Sisterhood's "member-
bring-a-member" luncheon will be
held Wednesday noon in the Social
Hall. Entertainment will follow
the meeting.
Membership chairman is Mrs.
Lee Gotlieb, and in charge of the
program is Mrs. Norman Harrow.
Sisterhood board members play-
ed host to a board orientation ot
the South Florida Women's
League on Branch level Wednes-
day starting at 10:30 a.m. Brunch
was served.
Branch Past President Mrs.
Shirley Deekson presided at the
conclave. Mrs. Harold Reinhard
is Branch president.
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William Oper, Mgr.
Deborah Group
Meeting Tuesday
First regular membership lunch-
eon meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Deborah will be held
mi Tuesday. 11:30 a.m., in the
Barcelona Hotel.
Mrs. Morris Weinberger, presi-
dent, will hold a short business
meeting ami present the format
lor the ensuing year.
Cards and mahjong are being
planned for the afternoon.
Members ol the board wdl meet
at 10 a.m.
ilanthropist
as a studio and office. Figurine
treasures in jade, quartz and ivory
are on display in a teak wood case.
"I never bought souvenirs." she
said. These arc artistic. They
.show remarkable skill and beauty.''
Sally's days are brimming with
Miriam Geiger
Off to Israel
Leaving for Israel this week to
study at the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem is Miriam Natanyah
Geiger, daughter of Mrs. Edyth
Geiger, of Miami Beach.
Recipient of the Miami Beach
Civitan Award in the 1964 essay
COUte8t, among the top 100 in the
United Nations 1964 contest in
which approximately 60.000 parti-
cipated, voted "Outstanding Girl
in the choir of the Miami Beach
High School" at their 1964 award
dinner, she will be studying at
the Hebrew University on a schol-
arship sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky, of Miami
Beach, and a special grant from
the Elks in Miami Beach.
One of the first places she plans
to visit on the Hebrew University
campus will be the entrance
sciuare to the Givat Ram campus
named the Charles and Viola
Charcowsky Square.
The Charcowsky^ have given
over $300,000 toward the building
and support of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem.
Another Miamian who is cur-
rently attending Hebrew Univer-
sity on the American student pro-
gram for third year college stu-
dents is Harold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Loss, of W. Miami.
activity. Recently, she received
her 20-year service pin from The
American Red Cross. She writes
travel articles. She crochets, and
recently, she made a deci-;-r.
to say "thank you" to Ce of
Lebanon Hospital. So. she r.<
ed a patient room. Not jusl ; "y
room. It was Room 508.
Cancer League
Member Luncheon
Women's Cancer League of Mi-
ami Beach will hold its member-
ship luncheon meeting on Friday.
Oct. 9. at the Roney Plaza Hotel
a > noon.
All new members will be guests
at the social which will feature a
fashion show by Idell. of Allardale.
and a Taylor Wine program. Mrs.
Morris Gidney is chairman of the
day.
The league has started a life
membership drive, and at the
luncheon will present new life
members with an emblem of the
League. New members are Mes-
dames Aaron Courshon, Sally Ehr-
lich. Michael Bright, Rita Brod-
kin, E. E. Broidy, Celia Cohen.
Iris Kite. Jerome Rado, Abe Schon-
feld, William Taper. Mrs. Rita !
Brodkin is chairman of life mem-
bership.
Mrs. Jerome Rado will preside
at a board meeting at 10 a.m.
Plans will be discussed for the
sixth annual luncheon on Dec. 16
at the Fontainebleau Hotel Chair-
man is Mrs. Frances Linn. Co-
chairman is Mrs. Irving Rubin.
Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Harold
Soglovitz and Mrs. Robert Gross-
man.
Young Miamian
Wins Award
Ann Scheer. a vice president of
the Southeast Region of the Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth, who recent-
ly conducted the Leadership
Training Institute at Henderson-
ville, S.C.. has received a merit
award from the Dairy Council ot
South Florida.
The council has a continuing
program to honor school age young
people in Dade County. The con
Miss Scheer spent most of her
summer traveling through Florida
and neighboring states arranging
for the eight-day event. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laur-
ence Scheer. 2222 SW 22nd Ter..
and a junior at Coral Gables High
School.
The Dairy Council is interested
in achievers in many fields, and
young people through twelfth
giade are eligible. Nominations
may be made to Mrs. Ruth Kas-
sewitz. PO Box 346, Coconut
Grove Station, Miami.
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gathered for you
Miriam Held
Everyone knows about the P;
Corps and cvcr>one should k
about the Mitzvah Corps. 1 .
public-spirited Jewish teen. |
each paid S350 lor the privilege >l
spending two months of their -
nier vacation helping undcrpnw-
leged children on Manhattl
West Side. "Here are young- ers
from privileged homes who f rd
joy in helping those in need," co i
mented the young Rabbi in charge
of the project. "It's satisfying!"
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|Nf! f YEARS YOUNG
Wien im every flay, but she had
It, tier morning swim that certain Saturday.
u,; she wenl to the beauty .shop"to have
,i bail done in honor of the birthday paity
i el and Mort W'cin were having tor bar
pal ning In their horn". Bessie, in a blue
( IS, glowing wth all the beauty of her
in<:y ears, greeted the family guests. Mort
ad a letter from Dr. Abraham Sachar.
res of Brandeis University, which was so
eat that be had it framed so Bessie could
ont on her wall. Five grandchildren were
,~.s gold. Among the family taking part
celebration were Mr. and Mrs Maury
il Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Porter. Dr. and
|rs i Bauman. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wlen,
i Herman Levy.
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HE TENTH IS TIN
It v.as Fran and Burt Levey's tenth anniver-
arj Fran was walking on air because they
moved into their new house. Shirley
husband. Dr. Edward Blum, gave a
arty BO that all of the Leveys' friends and fam-
y could wish them well. Of course, they would
thout a party, too. Sixty people sat down
. j/per thai Shu-ley cooked herself. Among
. it Fran's mother and father. Mr. and
I B o Joan and Ed Sirkin, Barbara
' in. fthoda and Morris Levitt.
Pr Mr Arthur Rudolph. Dr. and Mrs.
Sam Berkowitz. and Mrs. Robert Loring. Mr.
nd Mrs. Ray Fisher, and Mr. and Mrs David
bhi ter. It was an uninhibited gay evening.
"hat Fay Fisher is quite a comedian.
kES-.r A, SHE'S HOME
M>ra (Mrs. Aaron) Farr is back home from
a quick week's trip to Ireland. She kissed the
Blarney Stone. Of all things to do: that is the
one thing that she already hasthe gift of gab.
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A GOOD EXCUSE
Mrs. Mort Goldman, of Toledo, came to visit
her daughter, Shirley (Mrs. Howard) Trintz.
Granddaughter Betsy was having a milestone in
her five-year life: she was going to be consecrat-
ed at Temple. Jeff and Laurie were delighted
to welcome grandma, too.

THEY'RE MARRIED
Peg Margaret) Finkel and Joseph Shear
will be u aying golf together from now on. They
were married in late September. Peg is an ex-
eel lent goll pbycr and has won many cups and
trophies.
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GET THE BALL, YOU ALL
Well, the University of Miami's football team
didn't get the ball. Florida State seemed to have
it and keep it all of the time. But it was a
fine rainy night for all football lovers to find
their seats and exchange greetings. The Jess
Spirer.-. after many years, changed from the
South Stands to the North. The Franklin Wil-
liams are on that side, as well as the Fred Dia-
monds, the Louis Glassers and the Judge Harold
Spaets. Glimpsed through the raindrops were
Audrey and John Porte, Gloria and Leonard
Luria. Red (Mrs. Samuel) Elincff and the Dr.
Bernard Yesners. who spent the entire evening
running up and down the stairs to see that their
children, in another section, were all right.
Tema Burk didn't see much of the game. She
went under cover at the first rain drop, leaving
Morris with all the kids.
FRANCES LEHMAN
MARSHA FRIIOBIRG
New Members
At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am this week wel-
comed the following new members
' to its congregational family:
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson,
MHrs Arline Schemer. Mr. and
' Airs. Barney Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Murray
[ Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Foos-
aner, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Garber,
Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Snyder. Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Leopold.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Farr. Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Gilson, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Paul Barker, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Heller. Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Simon. Dr. and Mrs. Jerome
Landy, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
c|n?er.
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Tl Hold Membership Parties Wednesday
ip parties will be held
esday. according to Mrs. Har-
4|VZcunia), Section vice president
of. .membership. National Council
of. Ji". A onion.
W **F< ir more in 'i>4 is our
mott ear. and we need every
avail.11 >- member to share in our
D^p!<>>:' of education and volun-
teer (."vices in the community,"1
aceori' \L ii Mrs. William I. Bren-
rer, > ... president.
B*y Division will meet for lunch-
eon at noon at Tony's Fish Market. <
190a 7!'-.i. Causeway. An inform-
ative piDiiam based on a "What's!
My 1. .<> panel will depict Coun-
cil's ii inity sim'vim's
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ijDra P vision meeting will be
at Beth David Congregation,
tor Ball, at 11 a.m. A petite
theon will be served, followed
Hn I riginal musical skit, "Hello
^Hnma," written and directed by-
Mrs Melv;n Shapiro.
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veni.o Division is planning a
W!ir v Skyways Motel. 2373
NW LeJeune Rd., on Wednesday
evening, 8:15 p.m., and chooses as
the theme for its program "Full
Steam Ahead." Mrs. Edwin Op-
penheim. Section vice president
(f administration, will be guest
speaker for the evening.
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Indian Creek Dvision is present-
ing its welcome in music at a
luncheon meeting at the Carribeani
Hotel, 3737 Collins Ave noon. ,
Islands Division will meet for
lunch at the home of Mrs. Irving 1
Miller. 2305 Lake Ave.. Sunset Is-
land 3. at noon. An original skit,
"A Feather in Your Hat." will
be presented.
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Lincoln Division invites its mem.
hers, Old and new, to meet at the
Sea Gull Hotel, noon, for lunch and
a musical program, "We Think the
World of Council," portraying
Council's services.
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Shores Division arranged for a
visit from James Bond, dashing
hero of Ian Flemming's thriller
novels, when it met at Westview
1 ountry Club on Wednesday. The
lames Bond spoof, entitled "From
Shores with Love." introduced
Council's activities to new mem-
bers.
Marsha Friedberg
Sweet Sixteen
Marsha Lynn Friedberg was fet-
?d at a sweet sixteen birthday
.uncheon on Sunday, Sept. 20, at
the Morton Towers Restaurant.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Friedberg, of So. Miami, pert
teen-ager Marsha is an honor stu-
dent in the 11th grade at Coral
Gables High and a member ol
Tail Delta, a service group in
Miami.
Entertainment centered around
the honorce's brother, Stanley, who
conducted the hop session with the
assistance of his lovely bride.
Others among the 40 guests were
Marsha' sister. Mrs. Joel
Schwartz, and husband who have
returned from two years in Cali-
fornia to set up permanent resi-
dence here; her grandmother.
Fannie, and spouse, Sam Saltz-
man; and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Kopel and their two. Pearl and
Neil.
When your family
celebrates a Special
Family Occasion-
Welcome Wagon Calls
(When your family celebrates a
.sixteenth birthday, announce*
an engagement or the birth of
a new baby, or moves to a new
home, your Welcome Wagon
Hostess will call with a basket
of gifts...and friendly greetings
from the religious, civic
and business leaders of
our community
South Dade Division will hold
its membership party at Kings
Hay Yaoht and Country Club, 14401
SW 62nd Ave.. at 10:30 a.m. In ad-
dition to brunch, members and
guests will enjoy a program,
Songs for Service The Carpet-
- weepers."
Weissenborn Chairman
State Representative Lee Weis-
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vice president, announced.
A panel of parents, faculty
members. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz.
Abraham J. Gittelson. educational
director, George Katzman, board
ol education chairman, and a
member of the Bureau of Jewish
Education will discuss factors of
the home and the school that make
for effective learning.
In addition, parents will have
the opportunity of meeting their
children's teacher and learning
about the curriculum of the school.
Meeting is one of a series of
programs designed to strengthen
the bridge between the home, the
student and the teacher, and will
be supplemented during the year
by an open school day, individual
parent conferences and meetings
of the faculty and Board of Edu-
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Lodge Chief
Harmony Chapter Meeting
Gets NeW HJOIIOr B nai Bri,n Harmony Chapter is
having a "N'eopolitan Night" oa
Saturday 7:30 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Mollie Rosenthal, 894 80tli
St. Italian dinner will be served.
At an enrollment meeting last
week. the Loyal Order of I
the Moose awarded Miami1
Beach resident, Larry Taylor,
governor of the Miami Beach,
Lodge 1651, a life membership in
the order for enrolling over 250
members in the lodge since its
inception, and a special honor tor
"services to the community."
This marks the first time that
a Miami Beach resident has re-
lei ved these honors from the 1.-
; OOC.C.lJ-inember organization,
Previously, Taylor was awarded
a diamond pin by his lodge tor
' Iher distinguished services ren-
lered to the lodge.
Emanu-EI Youth
To Meet Sunday
Temple Emanu-EI will hold Its
first Youth and USY service and
breakfast of the new season on
Sunday morning, 10 a.m.
Steve Moore, principal of Mi-
ami Beach High School, will ba
guest speaker
The boys atrl girls will meet for
services in Friedland chapel an I
then breakfast together in Sirkio
Hall.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
introduce the guest speaker.
Regular meeting of the I. R. All high school students of the
Goodman Group of Hadassah will community are invited to attend,
be held on Wednesday evening, ----------------------
Hadassah Unit
Meet Wednesday
At a planning meeting preceding the Oct. 8 book chairman. Board members on the Plan-
"Dc" at Hebrew University" luncheon are ning Committee (standing from left) Mrs. Kate
(sec-T: from left) Mrs. Evelyn Platoif, member- Meidenberg, Mrs. Esther Cohen, Mrs. Fannie
ship : r. airman, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, be- Goldberg, Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, Miss Esther
quests chairman. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, pres- Goodman, and Mrs. Leon Kronish.
ider.' Miss Lillian Goodman, woman of the
8 p.m. in the Community Room of
Washington Federal, 1235 Wash-
ington Ave.
Membership will be highlighted,
and a guest from United Nations
will speak on "Hadassah's Force
in the United States."
Menorah Youth
To Meet Sunday
Temple Menorah Teenagers will
:.ponsor their first service-break-
fast on Sunday morning. 10:30
a.m.
at Hebrew Univ. is Theme Of Oct. 8 Meet
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ership Of Prof. Moshe Davis, Of theI Miami Beach, recently returned! PI Tree Dr.. on Friday.
Jewish Theological Seminary, now'from a summer in Israel which in-' The year's activities
Orthodox Youth
To Meet Here
"A '. .>" at the Hebrew Univer-
sity" selected as the theme of
the Qi" 8 initial luncheon of the
Junior USY and the seniors will
join for the breakfast featuring Dr.
Samuel Feldman. chief psycholog-
ist for the Juvenile Court of Dade
National Conference of Synago- County, who will speak on "Teen-
gue Youth will begin a new year Age Age of Turmoil."
with a "Las Vegas Night" to be Parents have been invited to
held at the Hebrew Academy. 2400 breakfast with their children. Dr.
Feldman "ill lead an open discus-
be sion on the parent-children rela-
special leave at Hebrew Uni- eluded several visits to the Givat I climaxed by the Southeastern tionship.
(ireat' Miami Women's Division, versify.
[America! Friends of the Hebrew
I niv '>.
Spec guest. Israel Consul Gen-
eral Si mon Yallon. who will be
I in Mil i for the first time since
assumi the responsibility for the
Israel .onsulate in the Southeast-
Jern Us od States, will address the
A noon ncheon at the Algiers Ho-
I lei V- Harold Thurmon is chair
I man the day.
Cor ; Yallon will discuss the
recent i edication of the School of
Dent.- : the August groundbreak-
ing the School of Pharmacy,
the April establi>hment of the
\rtui Rubinstein Department of
Musicoxgy and the early 1964
>l a special Chair for the
I'rex tion ot Yiddish.
1 cognizance of Dr. Irving
l,i In 's participation, the speak-
ention the studies in Con-
y Judaism under the lead-
Mis. Samuel Simonhoff is presi-
dent of the Women's Division.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
.'.am and Ein Karem campuses in I
Jerusalem, will install the new j
hoard members and officers of I
he Greater Miami Women's Di-
cader of Temple Beth Sholom ol vision.
Pledge Redemption Program at Cedars
A fall pledge redemption pro- who have pledged financial sup-
gram was launched this week by DOrt in the past three years will
officers and trustees of Cedars of certainly follow their example."
Lebanon Hospital. Meanwhile, a number of local
"Payments on outstanding residents have announced endow-
pledges at this time will be of ments to the non sectarian com-
tremendous help to the hospital," munity hospital.
>aid Hairy L. Lewis, president,
Regional convention of seven Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
southern states meeting in Mi- conduct services and act as moder-
ami Beach at Waldmans Hotel. An ;,tor. Representing the Senior USY
all-time high of 450 are expected wnj be Diane Glickman, president;
to participate. Stuart Mishkin. vice president. R-
NCSY is the youth movement of presenting the Juniors will bo
the Union Of Orthodox Jewish Con- Marlene Segal, president: and
-rogations of America. Marc Sussman, vice president.
Perfect 4
Kswer
addressing a meeting ol the
Pledge Redemption Steering
Committee.
"We hope to achieve 100 per-
cent participation from all of-
ficers and trustees to set the
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Friday.
October 2. 1964
fJenisfi fhrkMam
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^Aiitzvali
Abraham Galbot
Bar Mitzvah <>l Abraham Al Gal-
. v,|l b6 celebrated at Beth
cob congregation &% Sat-
r(JBj mrnirrjrser\Tces onT)ct. 3
Abraham's late grandfather, Al
(ialbut waa one of the founders
, i Beth Jacob.
Guest spiritual leader, Rabbi
I. be! Dulitz. uncle of the Bar
Mitzvah boy and a professor ot
1 eshiva I'niversity in New York
, ty. will preside over the services
Hssisted by Cantor Maurice Mam-,
\ hes oi Beth Jacob under whose
tutelage Richard received his
training.
out-of-town guests include
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ns Dulitz. of New Orleans.
\ .tudent in the seventh grade
nl the Hebrew Academy, Abraham
. Interested in science and math.
Il< finished first in the Academy's
annual Science Fair. His favorite
are football, baseball,
mming and track.
. Bar Mitzvah reception will be
I Sundaj al the Hibiscus Audi-
torium.
Abraham is one of the four sons
i Councilman and Mrs. Hyman
i.albut. of 1630 Royal Palm Ave
Mark Rubin
Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah oi
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Rubin, on Saturday morn'-
ing, Oct. 3, at Temple Emanu-EI,
Mark attends eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High School. He
is interested in sports, including
golf and swimming,
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Rubin.
Mark's grandparents, will be pre-
sent for (he occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddu-b following the service
111 Sirkin Hull.
Sanford Cohen
Sanford Elliot, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Cohen, of 4357 Jefferson
Ave.. will bo Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday morning, Oct. 3. at Temple
Beth Sholom with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating. The celebrant
i- a student in the Beth Sholom
Confirmation Class 5726.
Allen Levi
Bar Mitzvah of Allen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Levi. will be
celebrated Saturday morning, Oct.
3. at Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. fcving
Lehrman will officiate.
Snrtford Cohen
Alan Grusby
Mark Stein
Hyman and Rebecca Dubowy are congratulated by Leon J.
Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater
Miami, as JNF "Couple of the Month." The Dubowys have
ostablished a Nachlah in Me Ami, Israel. Zev W. Kogan,
Jewish National Fund leader, looks on.
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Hank Meyer
Some 600 persons honored Hank
Meyer at a luncheon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel last week.
Meyer, who heads his own puh-
lic relations firm, was with the
City of Miami Beach since 1949.
In 1953. he was appointed to
direct the city's Publicity-News
Bureau and three years later, be-
came the Miami Beach publicity
consultant.
Dr. Irving Lehrman presented
the invocation at the luncheon
and Gabriel Heatter, newscaster,
served as toastmastor.
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Elects Officers
Mel Epstein is newly-cilectcd
i president of the Men's and Boy's
Apparel Club of Florida, which
opened the 15th annual Interna-
tional Sportswear and Cruisewear
Show last weekend.
Over 500 manufacturers exhi-
1 bited their wares at the market.
Earlier, the group met at the Con-
i vention Hall and elected Lester
! Levy, first vice president; David
I Yonover, second vice president;
Walt Powers, third vice president;
' Ray Evans, fourth vice president;
I Bob Weiss, treasurer; Michael
i Weiss, secretary.
Directors are Jack Aronson, Ed-
Idie Cox. Al Gli.-t. Adrian Newman,
I Manny Levvy, Daniel Rifkin,
i George Katznian. Elkin Adelson.
Bob Silvcrberg, Sam Elinoff and
Allen attends eighth grade of
Ida M. Fisher Junior High School.
He is interested in creative writ-
ing, journalism, cartooning and
baseball.
Allen's grandmothers, Mrs.
Margrel Segall and Mrs. Rosa
Levi, will be here for the occa-
sion.
The celebrant will be honored
81 a reception Saturday evening
at the Balmoral Hotel.
Craig Stark
On Saturday morning, Oct. '.',.
Craig F. Stark, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of
Greater Miami, with Rabbi Slier-
win Stauber officiating.
Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Stark, or 18121 NE 10th
Ave.. attends John F. Kennedy
Junior High, and is an outstand-
ing science student, lie is a news-
p iper carrier, and his hobbies are
; ollecting stamps and model
planes.
He will be honored at a recep-
tion in his home.
Richard Donoff
Richard Donoff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Donoff. 1181 NE 176th
Terr., will be Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday morning. Oct. 3. at Temple
Adath Yeshunin. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan will officiate, and Cantor
Maurice Neu will chant the liturgy.
In the seventh grade at John
F. Kennedy Junior High, Richard,
excels in art work and sports.
Richard's brother Craig was
Bar Mitzvah at Adath Yeshurun
two years ago. He also has a Sis-
ter, Barbara age 10.
A Kiddush reception will follow
(he service.
Martin Fanburg
Rabbi Alfred Uaxman will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mar-
tin Fanburg during Satuiylay
morning services. Oct. 3. at Tern
pie Zion.
Martin is in the seventh grade
at West Miami Junior High and
plays the French horn in the
school band. An outstanding ath-
lete, he plays volley ball, base-
ball and football and is a member
of several Little League teams at
West Miami Recreation Center.
The celebrant is the son of Mrs.
Ann Fanburg, 5861 SW 11th St..
and grandson of Mrs. Rebecca
Rosenberg. His grandfather, Oscar
Fanburg, of Philadelphia, will be
here for the Bar Mitzvah.
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Hunter Gordon
Hunter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Births In
Greater Miami
First child, Risa-Lynn, was born
Sept. 20 to the former Janice
Onrot and Charles G. Perl, 185
NE 123rd St., and named Sept. 22
at Beth Raphael, where a Kid-
dush followed the ceremony. New
father is a student at the Univer-
sity of Miami. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Perl and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Onrot. Maternal
great-grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Feldman and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Onrot, of Toronto, Can.
Bernard Gordon, of 1040 NE 181st
St., No. Miami Beach, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing, Oct. 3. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation, with Rabbi Max A.
I.ipschitz and Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschcnbaum officiated.
Rabbi Lipschitz will present
him with a Bible on behalf of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood.
Hunter has attended Beth Torah
Religious School for the past lour
years and will continue his edu-
cation in the pre-confirmation
class.
Mark Stein
Rabbi Norman X. Shapiro will
olficate at services on Saturday
morning. Oct. .'i. in Beth David
Synagogue when Mark Alan Stein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stem.
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Mark is in the eighth grade at
Police del.eon Junior High. He
participates in all social program-
ing and activities at school, and i-
an excellent dancer.
Mr. and Mrs. stein will be
1 al a Kiddush in Spector Hall
illou ing Ihe sen ici s.
Nei! Sterling
Friday evening service-. Oct.
3 at Temple Emanu-EI in Ft.
Lauderdale will include the Bar
Mitzvah of Neil Allen Sterling,
with Rabbi Richard M. Leviton of-
ficiating,
Son of Mr. and Mrs Morris
Sterling, 901 SW 9th St.. Ft. Laud-
erdale. the celebrant will be hon-
ored at a formal dinner dance on
Saturday in the Diplomat Coun-
Irj Club'- Calcutta Room.
Richard Saul
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will of-
JWVA to Meet
At the Diplomat
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Je isl
War Veterans, Department of
Florida, will be holding a meet-
ing 9:30 a.m.. Sunday, at the
Diplomat Country Club's Nassau
Room, for 100 members.
Auxiliary presidents will give
a report on each group. All phases
of JWV work will be discussed in-
cludes Americanism, veteran hos-
pitals, servicemen's centers, child
welfare and scholarships to be
given this coming year
Mrs. Louis Deutsch, of Holly
wood, president; Mrs. Irving
Cooperman. of Miami Beach, sen-
ior vice president: Mrs. Stanley
Gold, of Miami, corresponding sec-
retary, and Mrs. Irving Steinberg,
of North Miami Beach, recording
secretary, are the elective offic-
ers.
Mrs. Ben Habernian. of Miami
Beach, is past national president
of the organization and now Ad-
visory Board chairman. Mrs. Max
Kern, of Miami Beach, national
olficer who organizes new auxi-
liaries, will also attend.
liciale at the Bar Mitzvah of
Richard Saul on Saturday morn-
ing, Oct. 3, during services at
Temple Ner Tamid.
Richard is a student at N iu-
tilus Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saul, 7800
Hawthorne Ave., will honor their
son at a reception following -he
ceremony.
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Michael Joss
Michael Wayne Jo.ss will lb-
serve his Bar Mitzvah on Sat ir
day morning, Oct. 3, during serv-
ices (-.inducted by Rabbi Eug ie
Labovitz at Temple Nor Tamid
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan :V
Joss, 2375 XE 194th St., Mich lei
I ttends John E. Kennedy Jur >r
High.
A reception in honor of
celebrant will follow services
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Friday, October 2. 1964
+Jenisii fhrkfian
Page 11B
LEGAL NOTICE
', THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
cort DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA.
F0R C*^CHANCERY.
No WC107C8
vl li-'.i:.
.. II
i.
HEALTH
ration,
C( >KI\
SAMCEL
New
UAKin AULKIi.and MIAMI
r.TPi-l: \l. HAVINGS AM>
SSI iCIATII IN.
Iinratiun,
, i. ndiini -
National
CREDITORS
and A'1 '*' '"
Demands igainst
JOT.CE TO APPEAR
CHI NAME '! Til KSTATI-:
.11 'A
s\ ,IKi VDLER
i;mM Sii.c l
. kj ii, New JTork
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I 11 Kit mill unknown person*
r ulalmlnx tu have tin) right,
iterest :n ii'-1 property which
ibjeci matter of this milt,
..--, .ii> lying and being in Dude
mm Ida, ami more particular-
-i bed as follows:
I,.i ]-, I Hock mi of LINCOLN
- ill) VISION, according to the
, thereof, recorded In Plat
i,h '-. nt Page *:* of the Public
. of i M'l'' County, Florida;
.Hi. r with ll'- building* anil
rovjements ihereon.
\,u AM' BACH OF YOU are
stifled thai a suit has been
. in !he above-natned Court by the
,,-n nuil Plaintiff for the purpose
.i n-iiccUng certain dc-ds made b)
HARRY ADLER to SAMCEL AOL.BR,
i.I In SAML'EL ADI.KK to ZVCAH
itBALTY CORP., and by iiAititv
,1'I.I.K lo /.I'l'.VI) REALTY CORP.,
,l -.ml Ui .ill- affecting title io the
, ...\.- described propeit).
YotJ ARB HEREBY OROBRBO
.Hid required lo HI- your appearance,
pleading or answer In said Bull on i
.. before ill** '.'th day of November,
mid in default of HUch appear-
ii... pleading or answer a decree
i-onfesso "i'l be entered against
.ui,i each oi .Mm, ami Judgment
v default "ill be. taken against you
i:i. toilet demanded in tin- Com-
i nint.
IN>NE and ORDERED In Oade
r .ii nt v, Florida, this 29th day of
id r. 19C4.
. B. LBATHBRMAN
i 'Ii k of the Circuit I'oiu l
By: K. M. I.Y.MAN
i ii puty Cl<1 ix
KSKKN it B88BN
Ailonio; i for Plaintiff
l.y |!EN ES8EN
: Counsel
1S"S Ain-ley Muildliig
Win ml, io: Ida,
oi*. 9. 16. 23
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64483
In RB: Estate of
ARTHI'R TCRKELi a a VARtlN
I Tl'RKEL
Deceased
NOTICE TO
| To All Creditors
Having Claims or
Sal.I Bstate:
T,,n are hereby notified and re-
Iquired io m-esent any rihlms and tie-
mauds which \ "ii may have against
the estate "f ARTHl'R Tl'RKEL
a I, a AAR< 'N' Tl'RKEL deceasi I
Int.. of I lade County, Florida. t-> the
County JudgeH ol Dadi County, .< -i
file iio- same in duplicate ami as pro-
vided in Section 7:u.ir.. Florida Sta-
tutes, in ili.lr offices in ill,- I'minly
Courthouse in Hade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from th.-
lion- .,r iln- first publication hereof,
or the same will Im- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1Mb
day nf September, a.I', ipbi.
.IIL1A Tl'RKEL
As Executrix
First publicatl......f Ibis
Hi,, '.'.".tli day of September
.1. MOSES GRl'NDWERG
Attorney for Executrix
301 Alnsley llulkllng
.Miami. Florida
9/1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 10014
HIRRON F'AKM. DIVISION OF
SI It It ON ENTERPRISES. INC.
d li ii SPRINfl llll.I. I- ARMS,
INC.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I'lainliff
\ .1
I'm
an
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64102-C
iii MB: Bstate of
STL'ART Qi IFF,
I ii c< aned.
CREDITORS
ami All Pi rsons
Demands Againsi
that
lias
notice on
111 lit.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DKVRA-K1M STABLE, at 612 X\V
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend
t,. register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court o( L Florida.
LEONARD 1!. McMII.LEN
25 Weal Flaglei Strut, Miami, l-'la.
tlBURHE NICHOLAS
(12 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami, l-'la.
GE< >RGE Nli'lli ii.as
Attorue) for Applicants
612 N.W. 12th Avenu.e Miami. Fla
: .'".. in 2, 9, 16
MKSLI-'.H
11. ii nd m
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
A. .1 mesi.li:
>:: HmIs. -. Strei i
llrookl> a, New v.. h
r ARK HEREBY notified
\ ii.- tided UII] -a '..iin,i,tint
been filed axainsl you l>> SIRRON
FARM. DIVISION .-i SlItRtiN EN-
TERPRISES, INC., .1 I. a SPRING
HILL FARMS, INC., wh.-reb) said
I'lainliff seek* payment '" services
rendered io >..u and your horse,
fire AT WILL."
Y,.,i rei|tiii'ed lo serve a copy
of youi An>w.r or Pleudlng lo the
Intended I'.ill nt Complulnt ..n the
Plaintiff's attorneys, V'UI'Ntl, CAP-
OD1LCPO A- HYMAN, i"7 Lincoln
It.....I. Miami I'- a.-h. Florida, anil file
the original Answer or I'leadlng In
the office "f Iln Clerk of the Circuit
court on or before the 26th Day of
October, I MR. if you fail t.> dn so,
Judgiiitnt by default wlli be taken
against you for the ll-li- f demanded
by you in the Amended BUI of Com-
pla int.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Hnrlda, thU 23rd das
of September, ,964.
K. B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
I'., : .1. V CAVANAGH
Deputy Clerk
9 25, '' 2. >, H
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having Claims or
4wU JKomtrnt ~-
You are hereby nntlfl
. il to pi. si nt any claim
which you may havi
estate of STl'ART
ceased late of Dade Ci
to the l 'ounty Judgi -
t\. ami file Ihe same
and as provided In s
l ami requir-
aud demands
against the
tJOF'F, de-
tinty, Florida,
t Dade i'c,un-
in duplicate
ii,.n 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In i hi Ir offici a In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, unbiii si\ calendar
months from the time "f the first
publication hereof, or the same "ill
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this lOih
day of Beptembi r, A.D, 1984,
AI-LEN i:, BARTLETT, 8R.
Executor of the restate oi
Stuart ioff, 11. i-.-aseil
First publication of this notice on
Ihe 17th day uf Keptemls r, 1964.
CLAl'DB M. UAllNKS
Attorney '(r F-\ecutor
303 I'alimii-t Bldg.
:. 2.",. 10-2, :>. 16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THZ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C10091
VRTHl'R ALLEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEAN ALLEN,
11, fi ndant,
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: .IE VN ALLEN
;:.! i 210th Stn el
Bn> aide 61, Queens
New York
ini \Ki: HEREBY notified ih
a Complain I for Divorce has bei
filed againsi you, and you are herel
required t.....iv- i.....pv of yoi
answer io the Complaint on the Plali
lifts attorney, LBKTBR ROOEH.-
whoKi address is Ml N.W. l uh Strei
Miami, Forld i, and file the oi >l
nf the Answer in the office "t ll
Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial <"ii -
cull in and for Dade Count). Floi i-i
,, nor befori the 2Tth da) of Octvla
1964, in default of which the Con
plaint ill l- taki n
this mil
\ 1.11.
nt, ss< <1
,f Septi
KKMAN
as
da)
\ti-:i>
1964.
y, B. LEATl
ciei k of lite Circuit
C. P. COPBIwAND
Deput) Clerk
:i 2:., l"-:'. 9,
.nt
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1 Si all
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C10731
ABE 1'." V.NKI-X.
Plaintiff,
ANN CAHILL; PUBLIC SERVICE
Men a;. INSI'RANCE company.
;, New York corporation; ami
1 :11 \\ A 1.1 1.. STAN TON,
1 lefeiidunts.
T<
TO:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\NM CAHILL
Hi North 16th Street
iiioomfleld, New Jersey
V1.1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a complaint to Foreclose Mort-
main on the following described prop-
, rt) to-vi It:
Lot 1, Block 6. SUN TAN VII.-
1.auk SECTION ONE, according
lo the I'lai thereof, recorded In
rial Book SO, at Page 30, of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida; together with all Im-
provements thereon and all furni-
ture, furnishings, fixtures, equip-
ment and appliances therein con-
tained, and any replacements
thereof,
has in-, a filed against you. and you
..i- required to servo s copy of your
I UH- or other pleadings lo the
Complaint on ihe Plaintiffs attorney,
IIORKRT II. TRAl'RIU, 1133 ilul'oitt
I'.ulkiing, Miami, Florida, on or be-
: is 2nd day of November, ln*4
II you fail lo do so, a Decree of Pro
I'onfesHo .v ill P. Hied against you i-a
i-.-h, f demanded In the Complaint.
I Ml'! 1: s. 1,1 < mber 29, 1964.
E. B, LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
B) : K M. l.Y.M \N
l>put\ Clelk
Hi/2. 9. 16, 23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10471
LBONARD M. I-'KIKI'LAND.
Plaintiff,
LIIXIAN M. 8CHRE1BEB,
ET Al
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
LILLIAN M. SCHRF:iBER, and
if niarried. ---------i-Schrelber, h.-r
tlii-luiiid: his full name b.-lng
unknown;
CLARENCE M. BI'SCH and
RONNIE M. r.l'SVIl, his ivif. ;
if said persona are living, and if
dead -ail persons having or claim-
ing any Interest in and to the
h. n iuaft. r described real estate,
lying ami being in Oade County,
Florida, namely and to-uit:
l^iit 12. Block 3. FLORIDA CITY
MANOR, being a pan of the sub-
division of Ihe North ai of the
Nwi'4 of ih.- SEM of Section 86,
Township ."i7 Smith. Range _38
Baal, according to plat filed No-
vember 4, 19-a. recorded In Plat
Book 22, page 29, Public Records
of Dad County, Klorldu:
as heirs, di vlsees, grantees, suc-
cessors, eredltorSi trustees, re-
ceivers, guardians, executors or
administrators, or other claim-
ants by, through and/or under
the said defendant'.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARK
HKKEBY notified that a CompUlnl
ti, yuii-t Title to the above described
propeiiv has been filed against you
I in this cause, and you are required
to file an answer m sai,l complaint
with the Plaintiffs attorney, J-
DAVID L1EBMAN, 633 North Krome
vv.i.u,-. Homestead, Florida, and file
the original answer In Ihe offl.....f
I the ci-:k of the Circuit Court of lade
I County, Florida, on or before Zith \
I da) of 1 letuli.r. 1964,
R. H. LFJATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Clrculi Court
B) : C. P. COPELAN1'.
Oil.en Clerk
J. DAVID LIBBMAN
Attorne) for Plalntlfl
.:.:. North Krome Avi nua
Homestead, 1 la.
9 23, In 2
that
has
your horse,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10014
SIRRON FARM, DIVISION of
SiRRON ENTERPRISES, INC.
.1 1. a S'PRIN'U HILL FARMS,
INC.
Plaintiff
vs.
MAX CRESTALL
i tefenilant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MAN CRESTAIX
Royal George Hotel
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
YiH AUK HEREBY notified
an Amended Kill of Complaint
been filed against you by SIRRON
F'ARM. DIVISION of SIRRON EN-
TKUI'Rls'KS. INC. d h a BPRINtl
ill 1.1. FARMS, INC., whereby said
I'lalniiff seeks payment for services
rendered to you and
"OIBL APPEAL."
You are required to
of your Answer or 1
Amended
Plain'iff's ..
oDIl.l'Po Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before ihe 26th Day of
October, 1964. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the Relief demanded
by you In the Amended Bill of Com-
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I>ade County. Florida, this 23rd di >
of September, 1964.
K. 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
By: J. v. cavanagh (Seal)
Deputy Clerk
/IS, 10/2, 16
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 64C10Z70
FRANCES I.YNNE GENEST,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT GERALD GENEST,
11, 1.11 la nt.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
Y11I'. ROBERT GERALD HK.NKST.
Post Office Box 11 SMC
Ammo Kchoul, Savanna Ord.
Dept.
Savanna, Illinois
are notified to serve a copy of your
anawer t Divorce Complulnt filed
against you on Plaintiffs attorney,
GBORGE NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. IL'ih
Ave., Miami, l-a.. and file original
with Clerk of this Court on or before
October 26, 1964, otherwise complaint
will lie confessed by you.
DATED September 17th, 1964.
B. B. LEAATHFIRMAN, Clerk
By: MARtll'KRITE MORVOUD, D.C,
' 23, in-.'. ', in
IN
opy
the
Bill of Complaint on the
attorneys, YOUNG, CAP-
s.-rve a
HlillU IO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C10264
THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTION
FOR SAVINGS IN JERSEY CITY, a
banking corporation.
Plaintiff,
JAMBS FRBDERirK ll l-'.l.si-'.l,. a
single man and MK1.1.1K .1. HELSEL.
S single woman.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a suit t
against real and personal 1.....perty has
been filed against you in the above
urt by the Plaintiff. THE PROVI-
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C10309
RSTHER MARIA ZATARAIN d<
LAG! 1MA81NO,
Plaint iff,
ROBERTO .MAN LAGOMASINO
F'ERNANI H'Z I a.NIm 1.
1 ief ndant.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
T11 ROIIKRTO JUAN LAUi i.MASIN
FERNANDEZ PAN DO
Flanboyanes No. 1^.:
Hyde Park
Rio Pledrns, Puerto Rico
YOU ARK HEREBY notified th
a Complaint for Divorce has !-
filed againsi you, and you are herel 1
required to serve 1.....py of yoi
answer to the Complaint .....hi I'laii
tiff's attorney, LESTER ROOERs
whose address is 921 N.W. 11th Stree
Miami. Forlda, and file the oriklni
of the Answer in the office of II-
Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Cli
I cull in and for Hade County, Florid.
,. nor before Ihe '-'7th day of OctObe
11961. in default of which the Con
plaint will be taken as confessed b
you.
Dated this 18th day of Bepten
her, 1*64.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By; C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
9/2S, 10-t, 9, 1 "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C10284
foreclose mortgage maCAYNE CENTRAL MORTGAGE
COMPANY, a Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DBNT INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS BHtNEBT ELDRED HPLVTHCOCK
IN JERSEY CITY. |.in,i i.moGENE HEATHCoCK,'
16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUIT_OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C0763
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCLRY.
No. 64C10672
SANDRA L. FAIRCLOTH PAGE,
Plaintiff,
HOI I All SAVIN"
Trv OK NEW "l
i'lainliff,
:ANK
MF
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DKRRILL MILLER,
To:
RlCI
LARD ALLEN
Defendant.
'AGE,
SUIT
DBRBILL MILLER
S. MII.I.KK,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'In RJCHARD AI.I.KN I'AGE
residence unknown
You, RICHARD ALLEN PAGE are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. ami you are required to
serve .1 copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to tin- Bill of Complaint on the
I'l.uiitiff's attorney, HATTBN *
M.KM, lfl-1 N.W. .".til Street. Miami.
I Florida, and file the original Answer
Pleading in the offl...... the Clerk
lot the Circuit court on or before the
2nd duy of November, 1964, If you
ll.ii to dn so, judgment bj default will
lb,- taken against yu for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
ach week for four consecutive weeks
Ii Till-'. JEWISH I LORIDIAN.
|l orlda, this 2th day of Kepti mbi r,
"<>m: AND ORDERED at Miami.
|A.D. 1964.
B ll LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
ircull Conn, 1 mi 1 Count), Florida
|i> 'ii-iiiit 1 '.iie i Seal)
B, : C. !'. Ct>PEl AND,
Deput' Clerk
VTTEN .>; BALI U
"i N.W. Stli Bti si I
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R( LAND
, I ,i\, 1 1 al,
1 lefendants.
NOTICE OF
.ROLLAND
and MARY
HIS WIFE,
102 B. 6th Street
Llgonli .. Indiana
You are hereby notified that the
above caption d action has been In-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Court "i the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
,,1 Florida in and for Pad.- County
to foreclose a mortgage upon the
following described rial property:
1 hioi-k 71 NORWOOD
FIFTH ADDITION. SECTION
I ink, according to the Plat there-
of, recorded In i'lai Book '-" Page
lus of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida, together with
Westlnghouse Refrigerator iil-
II a ami Venetian Blinds.
You are required to file a respon-
sive pleading to plaintiffs complaint
with Ihe Clerk of Ho- aforesaid Court,
and serve a copy thereoi upon plain-
t.M s attorney MARTIN i- iNE, Dade
I-, di ral Building, Miami, Florida
S3181, not later than November 2nd,
1964, or a 1 '' ree Pro Confesso >'
i,,. ... 1 agu insl > I'll
DATED: Septi -'". 1964.
i-: 1. li n.
Clerk of thi Clrcu
By: C. I- l
1 Clerk
MARTIN' FINE
Dade F'ederal Building
Mi.1:111. i- loi Ida, 13131
10 -'. 9, 16, Ti
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10333
In the Matt. 1 of!
Changing Name nf
RICHARD DENNIS RELLO,___
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
TO WlloM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE la hereby given that the
undersigned Petitioner, RICHARD
DENNIS HELIX), whose residence Is
161 Florida Boulevard, Dade county,
i'l,,! Ida, Intends :,' apply to Ihe Hon-
orable F"rancls J, Christie, Judge or
the FJb vonth Judicial Circuit, In and
for Dade County, Florida, at hlg of-
fice in ihe Dadi Count) Courthouse,
.,1 9 23 A.M. on the 29th da) of Octo-
ber, 1964, or as soon ihen afti r as he
may be heard, for an Order changing
ante from RICHARD DENNIS
HKLLO, t" RICHARH FREDERICK
1:1:1.1.11. b) which naini he "ill there-
at 1. r known.
I luted in Miami, 1 lade County, Flor-
ida, this 21st day -f Septemlier, 1964.
RICHARD DENNIS HKLLO,
Pel Itloni r
MARTIN s FORMAN,
Attorney i"i Petitioner
S432 Hlitl Road
Miami, Florida 331S5
n is,
The property sought 10 be foreclos-
ed is as follows:
Lot 1 ill Block 20 of FIRST ADDI-
TION TO WESTWOOD I.AKK.
according to the Plat thereof, re-
.....d.-ii in Plat Book ':. at Page
4 of the Public Records of Dade
County, Honda.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copj of your answer or other plead-
ing on Plaintiffs Attorney, Mal-
colm II. KRIKl'MAN, 243 Security
Trust Building, UK Kast Plagler
Street, Miami 32, Florida, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the above Court, on or before the
26th day of October, 1964, In d. fault
of which Ihe Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you for ihe re-
lief requested In Plaintiffs Complaint
and pleadings.
DATED this l"th day of Septem-
ber, 1964.
E. P.. IJ5ATHERMAN,
Clerk of tin- Circuit I'.-urt nf Dude
County, Florida
By: HELEN KFISSLER
Deputy Clerk
: :.'",. 10-2, 9, 16
16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CI-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" ngage in
business under the fictitious name ol
CHANCES "R" at 1640 Weal Plagler
Street, Miami, Florida Inti nds t.. reg-
ister Mid name with thi Clerk Of the
circuit Court of Dade Count), Hlorida.
N K 11. INC.
Sole hi ner
PAUL KWITNEY OF'
SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY &
I'.lU'l iISS
Attorni v for Vppllcant
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Bi ich, Fla.
'. :'",. '." :'. '.'. l
T, 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t< I"
business under Ihe fictitious name of
CAPRI CPHOI-STERY .11 752 NE 79th
Miami, 1 lorida Inti '
.1 name vlth thi Clerk of Ihe
Circuit court 'if I >ade 1 "ouni. 1
i'.mii.o- 1: : v
l..\ I i. C,i IMEZ
II VTTEN ,V SALEM
i \ \\" ih Mi. ,-t
Miami
Ati foi Ri y & Comi 7.
j,.i>-:b, 10/2-9|
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C104M
THE WILLIAMSBPRtlH SAVINGS
RANK
Plaintiff
JOHN' PHILLIP SHERIDAN
ELIZABETH F SHERIDAN, his wife,
11.!. ndant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
jollN PHILIJP SHERIDAN and
ELIZABETH I- SHERIDAN,
bis wife,
;::i E Street
Petaluma, California
You are hereb) notified Ihnl Ihe
aboi*e captlimed action has been In-
sltuted against you In the circuit
Court of the nib Judicial Circuit of
Florida In and for Dade County to
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real property:
Lot 13 Block ii" First Addition to
Carol City, according to the Hal
thereof, recorded in Plat Book "
al Page 19 of ihe Public Ri cords
of 1 Lull- County, Florida.
You an- required to file your an-
swer t" plaintiff* complaint with the
Clerk '< the aforesaid Court, ami
serv.- a copy theerof upon plalntlfl
attorney. MARTIN FINE. 111b Floor,
Had.- Federal n illding, Miami 32,
Florida, not later lhan October 27,
1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered age Inst > ou.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
IIATEI : Si iteml !
Clerk of 1 all "ourt
Uj i- p C0PI-:i OCD,
Depul Clerk
INE

Federal
his w ife, et al.,
I icf.ndants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: Ernest Eldred Beathcock an
Imogens lleaihoock, his wlf-
not known to 1mj dead or ali\-
and if dead, the unknown spoils-
heirs, devises, grantees, asigaee
llenors, creditors, trustees, <
other claimants by through un-
der or against, said ESrnest E -
.1r.1l Heathcock ami Imogen
Heathcock, his wife, or etthi -
of them, and all parties haviu.
or claiming to have any rtglr
title "r int.-lest In the propert
described herein whose resldem
Is unkii-iwn.
You are hereby notified that a SU
has been filed against you In th
.....\. Identified '"ourt by the gbov
named Plaintiff to foreclose a mort-
gage on tin- following descrtb
'"'l'.',',i 9.' Mock I, "f LAKEWOOD
ESTATES, according to the Plat
Ihi 1 of, rceordi d In Plat Book 7 .
page 84, of the Public Recoi ds ol
Dade County, Florida, together
with the structures and improve-
im nt- contained thereon,
ami vou are required to file yot
Answi r or "t'i r pli adlng n sponsli
10 said Complaint with the Clerk 1
Ihe above Identified Courl and >
., copy thereof on GKJORGI
NATHANMON, 1684 N.E. 123 Stree
North Miami. Florida, Attorney fu
l-l.ii, tiff, on or before the 27th da
,,i i ictober, 1964, otherw Ise 1 hi all<
tlons ontalned In said Complaint wl
be taki n .1- confessed by you.
|i.,t.,t al Miami. I'...... County, Floi
. 1., h dn) of September,
E, B. Ll ATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By; C. P, I'ol'Kl.A.Nli
Deputy Clerk
: in, in-':.

XI VRTIN I
At to 1
14th F'loot
Miami 22,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COIR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64123
In RE: Bstate ''
WILLIAM KAlil.lN.
1', ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims 01 Demands Against
Said Estate:
Yen are hereb) notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and demand
., hli ii j ou mn) ha\<- against th
._,, of WILLIAM KAI'.LIN, de-
. easi ,i late of 1 >ad< !ount). Floi Ida
to the Count) 1 idges of Dadi Copn-
nd fib th- same in tin 1
in ti,. Count) 1'- iurl in.us, in 1
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months from the d e of the ii' -1 1
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Jqy, October 2, 1964 +Jfwl€* nrwIH/lnr) Page 5-B mmmm^mmmmmm nmmmm.*.:: "H ..WMMn>. MMM ... ^rfcowf reoo/e awi f^/aces... |Nf! f YEARS YOUNG • Wien im every flay, but she had It, tier morning swim that certain Saturday. u ,; she wenl to the beauty .shop"to have ,i bail done in honor of the birthday paity i el and Mort W'cin were having tor bar pal • ning In their horn". Bessie, in a blue ( IS, glowing wth all the beauty of her in<:y ears, greeted the family guests. Mort %  ad a letter from Dr. Abraham Sachar. res • ••of Brandeis University, which was so eat that be had it framed so Bessie could ont on her wall. Five grandchildren were ,~.s gold. Among the family taking part celebration were Mr. and Mrs Maury il Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Porter. Dr. and |rs i Bauman. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wlen, i Herman Levy. i. HE TENTH IS TIN It v.as Fran and Burt Levey's tenth anniverarj Fran was walking on air because they %  moved into their new house. Shirley husband. Dr. Edward Blum, gave a arty BO that all of the Leveys' friends and famy could wish them well. Of course, they would thout a party, too. Sixty people sat down • j/per thai Shu-ley cooked herself. Among it Fran's mother and father. Mr. and I B o Joan and Ed Sirkin, Barbara %  %  %  %  '• %  in. fthoda and Morris Levitt. Pr Mr Arthur Rudolph. Dr. and Mrs. Sam Berkowitz. and Mrs. Robert Loring. Mr. nd Mrs. Ray Fisher, and Mr. and Mrs David bhi ter. It was an uninhibited gay evening. "hat Fay Fisher is quite a comedian. kES-.r A, SHE'S HOME M>ra (Mrs. Aaron) Farr is back home from a quick week's trip to Ireland. She kissed the Blarney Stone. Of all things to do: that is the one thing that she already has—the gift of gab. • A GOOD EXCUSE Mrs. Mort Goldman, of Toledo, came to visit her daughter, Shirley (Mrs. Howard) Trintz. Granddaughter Betsy was having a milestone in her five-year life: she was going to be consecrated at Temple. Jeff and Laurie were delighted to welcome grandma, too. • THEY'RE MARRIED Peg Margaret) Finkel and Joseph Shear will be u aying golf together from now on. They were married in late September. Peg is an exeel lent goll pbycr and has won many cups and trophies. 4 is our mott ear. and we need every avail.11 >member to share in our D^p!<>> : of education and volunteer (."vices in the community," 1 aceori' \L ii Mrs. William I. Brenrer, >• ... president. B*y Division will meet for luncheon at noon at Tony's Fish Market. < 190a 7!'-.i. Causeway. An informative piDiiam based on a "What's! My 1. .<> panel will depict Council's II inity SIM'VIM'S f ijDra P vision meeting will be at Beth David Congregation, tor Ball, at 11 a.m. A petite theon will be served, followed Hn I riginal musical skit, "Hello ^Hnma," written and directed byMrs Melv;n Shapiro. .. %  veni.o Division is planning a W!ir v Skyways Motel. 2373 NW LeJeune Rd., on Wednesday evening, 8:15 p.m., and chooses as the theme for its program "Full Steam Ahead." Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim. Section vice president (•f administration, will be guest speaker for the evening. • <: I Indian Creek Dvision is presenting its welcome in music at a luncheon meeting at the Carribeani Hotel, 3737 Collins Ave noon. Islands Division will meet for lunch at the home of Mrs. Irving 1 Miller. 2305 Lake Ave.. Sunset Island 3. at noon. An original skit, "A Feather in Your Hat." will be presented. t Lincoln Division invites its mem. hers, Old and new, to meet at the Sea Gull Hotel, noon, for lunch and a musical program, "We Think the World of Council," portraying Council's services. a Shores Division arranged for a visit from James Bond, dashing hero of Ian Flemming's thriller novels, when it met at Westview 1 ountry Club on Wednesday. The lames Bond spoof, entitled "From Shores with Love." introduced Council's activities to new members. Marsha Friedberg Sweet Sixteen Marsha Lynn Friedberg was fet?d at a sweet sixteen birthday .uncheon on Sunday, Sept. 20, at the Morton Towers Restaurant. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friedberg, of So. Miami, pert teen-ager Marsha is an honor student in the 11th grade at Coral Gables High and a member ol Tail Delta, a service group in Miami. Entertainment centered around the honorce's brother, Stanley, who conducted the hop session with the assistance of his lovely bride. Others among the 40 guests were Marsha' • sister. Mrs. Joel Schwartz, and husband who have returned from two years in California to set up permanent residence here; her grandmother. Fannie, and spouse, Sam Saltzman; and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Kopel and their two. Pearl and Neil. When your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calls (When your family celebrates a .sixteenth birthday, announce* an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home, your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from the religious, civic and business leaders of our community South Dade Division will hold its membership party at Kings Hay Yaoht and Country Club, 14401 SW 62nd Ave.. at 10:30 a.m. In addition to brunch, members and guests will enjoy a program, Songs for Service — The Carpetweepers." Weissenborn Chairman State Representative Lee Weissenborn was recently named to serve as campaign chairman for the Democratic Executive Committee of Dade County. When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 lack to School 1 At Beth Torah %  ft'h.il. '.lakes a Good Jewish School" WJII be the theme of the 1 back;. .ii"nl n;ii'.' program of) the Beth Torah Religious School | for HOLIDAY ^and Everyday The Perfect Salt for Koshering 'all your meat and fowl f# r -OND SALT Diamond Crystal Sail Umpe*j on Wednesday evening. 8:15 p.m.. in the Youth Auditorium of the school building. Mrs. Adrian Kaufman. Sisterhood school relations vice president, announced. A panel of parents, faculty members. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Abraham J. Gittelson. educational director, George Katzman, board ol education chairman, and a member of the Bureau of Jewish Education will discuss factors of the home and the school that make for effective learning. In addition, parents will have the opportunity of meeting their children's teacher and learning about the curriculum of the school. Meeting is one of a series of programs designed to strengthen the bridge between the home, the student and the teacher, and will be supplemented during the year by an open school day, individual parent conferences and meetings of the faculty and Board of Education in evaluating the school's program. Tell your husband you made them yourself. (Just don't forget to throw out the empty box) AVAILABLE AT FROZEN FOOD CABINETS EVERYWHERE.



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r:-.> M 3tmist FkrH$tr Frtdoy. October 2. 1954 Beach Democrats Are Organizing H-. Y. :: %  : r.-..h: -.-'g rice %  and Ma %  %  /srae/ Will Resist Arab Aggression .". %  : % %  '-,-.* A • %  • -,. Cnicago Club Meeting hit .. .: < • 1 • 1 • • I. 1 .... ... and .. .. ( i ... BTflhred ."> it UM • •.• • \.. % %  -. %  '. • %  -. ........ 1 ., .., %  kttnit Coma • notified %  .<• %  •. ....... ...... the eel • A proposal that Israel call up her armed forces reserves, and no* y in; -. e *i wfl aai ret.oos that it ,% reedy to ee'arvs >tv*<*. was made here by G*< enhanced by the 1 _:b atmosphere of this For complete %  call Mr. Dai K 'inc. Direct | •" %  frajs Dora/ Bench //.'<•/ /ir' CtTUtWru C/ub /£ 2^6*00 ; Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.N. 'til 1 A.M. at tha sk ta7^ w> lor IntormaHani HAZEL ALLISON Catearlrta Director, JE 1-6061 Ith St. Collins \va.



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Pcge 6-A ^Mwistfhrk/iar Friday. October ; 1364 The Stuff of Which a Good Volunteer is Made TV' v < G Appeal hen lavoaal • nual — • %  %  • ar* ••• men HAf?r MIZKACH and v omen of the community < QviT Hue cT. : effort tbe.CJA ••.."> and nta %  ted organizatiaai to fltoto frierr"*neighbors and bwiaeci • •rociate 1 and *ho seek %  rtrtanding humanttai m ibj • • especial!) devout" l-.abbi Hillel SirVerman. whose I %  %  live t'-mple Ruby favorrei irted that, "when Ruby's father died in 1958, Ruby came to e daily for the pre'I Ol 11 months to reG/Vf YOUR CHILDREN A JEWiSH EDUCATION Send them to. The David Pinski Folk School 846 Washington Ave., Miami Beach FREE TRANSPORTATION Tel. JE 8 1002 Miami Hebrew Book Store •8RAEL' & DOVEST.C GIFTS Hebrew ReWgiout Suppnet for Synagogue* School* A Private UH 158; WASri l.&TON AVE. Miam, ueacn — JE e 1**0 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale Kttail ISBAUI ClfTS AND NOVUTIIS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 i'.' Rub;, normally attend' .. only on the Jewish High Days, and he was quite unfamiliar with the Hebrew language." Another Commission finding was that -Ruby was apparently somewhat sensitive to his identity a' a Jew. He forbade his comto tell -tone' in his night club-' directed at Jews or Jewish practices and. on several occasions, he foueht with per-ons making derogatory remarks about Inethnic origin. The evidence also indicates that he was deeply U| let that an advertisement insulting President Kennedy appeared above a Jewish-sounding name.'' Examining Ruby's political background, the Commission said "as young man. Ruby participated in attacks upon meetings of the German-American Bund in Chicago, but the assaults were the efforts of pool hall assocaites from his predominantly Jewish neighborhood, rather than the work *>nal dedication oi -elfle-individuals such as Kauffman and many other-, ranging from young men and young women to our distinguished sealer citizens. that we can safely say that Com binea.Jewish Appeal is the Miami community's 'own' philanthropy. It is 'our' Federation. <.ur voluntary health and welfare agencies. They belons to us. and our role as members of the Greater Miami Jewish community to continue their support." Dr. Lehrman declared. "With Morris Kauffman. I am certain that this will continue to be so for a long long time." he add d. Importance of Freedom Mary other volunteers are the backbone ol Combined Jewish Appeal. An example of a .in the business community can be found in Harry Mizrach. a leading manufacturer of children's apparel Mizrach. an out -landing worker and supporter of CJA. has devoted long hours away from his business to make appointments with other memberof the community, and of his industry to tell of %  of Combined Jewish A;. -eek their support m the He is a person, who the value of United Je peal o\er-eas." expla.Lehrman. Mizrach just from a trip to B veil aware of the vft ance of freedom to Je women and children a • world — a freedom mo ble by support of CJA. work '1 and Live. >wi m "1 Ap. I Dr. •urned %  id is mpoit • men, Id 'he %  This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors*^ Pirns of pristine II ffce tBSine;* and rifle life of your community. F1RM5 INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP. PLEASE CALL HI 8-4994 "HIGHEST INTEREST KATE BY ANY BANK IN DADE COUNTY" Effective October 1, 1964 PER ANNUM COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY On Funds Remaining on Deposit for Not Less Than Twelve Months Deposits Made by Friday, Oct. 9th, Will Earn Interest from Oct. 1st UNIVERSITY NATIONAL BANK of Coral Gables 1190 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY • DIRICTLY OPPOIITI THI UNIViaSITY OF MIAMI Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Mm



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?:ae 4-A *Jeistncricfc>r Friday. October 2, 1964 ""Jewish Floridian C r r ICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 T?£D K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher 1IO MTNDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher :t Jw : -h Floridl in AOM Dot ua'ntf the Kathruth of ihe ra*r.-handi* d\ertl**.rt in it* o.-l'n>n**. PuMUIrVd evtrr Friday ilnce 1>27 by Thf Jewish PhMldtM at 110 N E. Blxth Street. Miami I. Fiona*. St-.-ond-Clas* PcvUtge Paid al M 4 n. Flun-Ia. Th. Jewish Floridian hat abaoroed the iHyja*.M?**L*JS the Jewish Weekly. Member of MlfjJwjJrtTa^lWWJ Agency, Seven Arta Featura Syndicate. Worldwide Newa Service. National Editorial Assn.. *•£•" *•'" "f English-Jewish Newspapeis. and the Florida Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area Ona Year WOO Three Yeara $1200 Out of Town Upon Request Friday. October 2. 1964 26 Tishri 5725 Volume 37 Number 40 An Opportunity For the Zionists Each year on the occasion of the : nual convention of the Zionist Orz: nization of America, we voice the hope that something new and spirted will emerge from its deliberat::ns. The ZOA is meeting in Wash7ton. D.C.. this weekend, and cgaia we offer up the same aspiraFor there is little doubt that the Oeundering of the ZOA continuclly :s to its weakening and that a ;-: al and present danger exists to I e iotality of its purpose, spirit and cition as time flits by without app.eciable evidence of concrete evement. At the moment, the battle over presidency is more bitter than ever before, and it seems to have : placed the higher considerations c: 3 program for survival. Survival will, of course, be : ..aranteed only in the renewed evi:e of Zionist worth in America. T..e:e are good reasons for hope to: ::y. In the first place, the resista ice to American Zionism from Israel has certcinly declined. Prime Minister Ben-Gurion r.-;ver had a high opinion of the ZOA. to put it mildly. His succesor. Levi Eshkol, infinitely rr.ore diplomatic in all matters, although not necessarily more skillful, has time and again sroken of his regard for the movement and the contribution it can make to his country. Pfiilanfhrophic Goals Are Changing More important, American philanthropic ccals in Israel are also changing. The United Jewish Appeal, for example, is shifting its sights, at least to some extent, from immigration to education there. Since the establishment of the Jewish republic back in 1948. the cecline of the Zionist Organization of America has been measured in precisely these terms: the degree to which our interest moved from Zionism as a political ideal through financial support of the fulfillment oi the ideal. Clearly, philanthropy won out; while, on other hand, ideology faltered. During its rr.ost desperate moments, when the ZOA './.ought of turning to philanthropic activ T/7>* gracefully shocking failure of the church once and for all to call a halt to its ill use of the Jews. While we applaud the statement last week of the revered Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik, who asserted the independence of Jewish integrity without regard either to a favorable or unfavorable assessment of that integrity by any outside force, including the Roman Church, we must nevertheless repeat our cheers for the American prelates, who as decent and hones' Americans, know a wrong when they see one. A Difference in Time Former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, now campaigning as Democratic nominee in the New York State senatorial race, has told crowds there that he was among the fir*: to see the then impending defeat of the Arabs in the 1948 War of Independence. Speaking in New Rocheile, Mr. Kennedv recalled that he was a correspondent for the new defunct Boston Post and had ridden a tank from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, when the a means of reenergizing its program, the Holy City was under seige by tne Arabs. He • tma was appare also said he backs Israel's plan to use Jo:,Now that philanthropy, itself, has taken River water to irrigate the Negev. to looking toward other pastures, those pas lures in which the Z:on:st movement proved itself by 1943. there is good enough reason to hope that this year's annual convention will recognize the shift in the wind and make the most of it. Recognizing a Wrong As of mid-week, it was of course difficult tc assess the outcome of the deliberations in the Vatican on the future relationship between the Roman Church and world Jewry. Indeed, such deliberations fly in the face of our own repeated strictures here against playing the game when we have been repeatedly told that our participation is not welcome. Nevertheless, the stakes are sufficiently high for us to be excited by its outcome, and we can not help but cheer those American prelates who have taken such a forthright position at the present Ecumenical in the deicide libel affair. We are not inclined to involve ourselves in the politics of a New York State campaign and while at the same time we wish Mr. Kennedy well, we are nevertheless impelled to ask: So what? Robert Kennedy was far more than Attorney General of the United States during the Presidency of his late and lamented brother. He was a confidant of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and, to be sure, a pivotal contributoi to the shaping of U.S. foreign policy, as well. Bobby Kennedy may have foreseen Israel's ultimate victory, but this hardly means he was any friendlier to that same Israel from 1961 to November, 1963 when a kind word from him would have counted more than it did during his tank ride in 1948 or on his campaign junket today. An Excellent Choice Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz is an excellent choice as winner of the Scopus Award of the Theirs, combined, is a noble and refreshAmerican Friends of the Hebrew University. ir.g voice reflecting the very spirit of America, itself, to whose highest principles religious bigotry must be repugnant. Theirs, indeed, is a reflection of the spirit of the late lamented Pope John XXIII launched the "spi Ecumenism" and ai : against the dieAs executive vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, Dr. Schwartz has contributed substantially to the forward-moving modern State of Israel. He well exemplifies the highest purpose for which the award stands. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN trjnz T o ,he "** the other night. Th. s u a rare enough occasion in 0 u family. The film we saw", not about civil rights [| ha nothing to do with racial Dr judice. There was no ,?* triumph of the minority over majority tyranny. The expert ence proved boring bevo M description. The movie was travesty. No. it was not movie at all. The producers seemed sufficiently honest to warn us in advance. It was, they said, a new electronic process that records a stage production in actual performance. I suppose it was really a tape, and no new fancy name tor what we saw should excuse its poor quality. I have witnessed newsreeli done under tar less controlled conditions, indeed spontaneously and in the WOIll of light, that had life and meaning far beyond this thine they call electronovision. I am not a reviewer and. as I say. tat contents of the movie hardly relate to the topics and ideas generally examined here—except that all are about human being, and their activity Under ordinary circumstances. I would therefore say nothing about it. After all, ther? is the upcoming Presidential electron. American Jews are worried about their spiritual and cultural future, indeed, their survival. The Middle East seems ripe for a new explosion. A movie review in this column? Well, one must occasionally react even to a movie. No. I am not in fact reacting to a movie i art] reacting against the ignorance of other reviews; and ignorance is olten examined in this column. It was "Hamlet" we saw. one of the most exalted creations of the human mind. It was Richard Burton's "Hamlet" we saw: a travesty, a mockery, a catering to the nilgai gallery, an absurdity beyond description nERHAPS HIS RECENT marriage has disturbed him. Or perhaps %  he kii"'.'. the gallery so well that he was able to rise above bus marriage, divorcing him-cll from it long enough to give the .. what the gallery loves: entertainment. Now. no one deniethai art, drama included, should be entertaining. The question simplj comes What ientertainment? And men from Aristotle o have attempted to answer in a variety of ways Even vulgarity caa entertainment, and this was the point oi Burton's presental Each actor, I suppose, has a right to his "interpretation." n %  ich conductor approaches the music ol the great composers ndividual point of view. But to twist and distort in emerge as a "genius," a "master" ol undiscovered insights, .. shooter" into still unfathomed meanings is merely to pander I crowd that thinks itself cultured. Burton's Hamlet simply is not Hamlet, it is a satire < n Hamlet ought to be. whether in the hands ol a Gielgud or Olivu Barrymore or whatever we learned in school about Dick Bui The soliloquies are absurdities. Thej begin in the style oi Jack %  Gleason Reggie Van Gleason III, By this. I do not aim to de Mr. Gleason; to the contrary, I intend to exalt him. For i characterization, he is spooling all of the falsehood In the world him, including cheap and groundless pseudo-inteliectualism. Burton croaks his soliloquies in Gleason's voice, partial. the start. He whines like a wet call. He •interpret--." even further. He correctly surmises that men of our time do not speak in Shakes peare's fashion. Hence, he incorrectly leaves the lines bereft o: music, mouthing them as common conversation, hurried and gai Hume Cronyn. in the role of I'olonius. can get a.vay with it. For tiling, he is an actor: while Burton is a clown. For another. Polonius is. him-eii, a pompous fool pretending to parenthood and statesman ship. The poetry m his part is hence geared to banality, which Cronyn achieves to perfection. Hamlet is meant to be an intellectual. In Burtons hands, he never emerges as anything beyond a less gifte i con-man than his uncle-father. Claudius. BURTON DOES MORE than destroy the music of Shakespeare in the name of modernity. (The rejection of Elizabethan dress should have been ample.' He answers the riddle of Hamlets char.u ter which neither eminent scholars nor psychiatrists, from Kittn to Ernest Jones, have had the temerity to answer: and he answers it with a flourish leaving the gallery particularly satisfied Foi is an essential part of the tragedy of Hamlet that the viewer neve nnds a satisfactory solution and that he must experience the sann disturbed sense haunting Hamlet himself unto his equally ui I ictory death a sacrifice not in the name of his avenged fathe ek del;, m. thdramatic laws ol Aristotle to fulfill the quirements of the Elizabethan world—Shakespeare's world In giving, the answer, Burton gives nothing Hamlet's madness v is % %  ruse \a consequence, the philosophy, the i Ihe vai ating all became meaningless Indeed none ol Burton knows so well what he is about that only the i reliel in his characterization takeon meaning The comi; relief is hence not what il was intended to be cynicism reflecting Hamletpenetrating understanding ol h le. moments ol lucidity in the larger scheme of hallucir can hardl) be called hallucination because the viewer h; been meant in fact to know just how sick Hamlet should be whether he is really sick at all The sad cynicism thus erne:., robust vulgarity more fitting to the spirit oi burlesque and I burton plays to the hilt. The, are quite lovely things, but the, I nothing whatever to do with Hamlet or Shakespeare "JHOU ART A scholar Horatio' is the key Horatio, though he speak, can elicit no response from Hamlet's dead fathci Hamlet himself docs, for it is the melancholy prince who is the scnol %  r, Alas, how can Burton be either melancholy or a scholar, when (W nas an o that wile of his waiting for him at the stage doorThe melancholia is hence sheer nonsense, driven to the hilt, the final scene, with all those dead characters on the floor: a Wagnerian holouuist. it is a scene never really believable or workable under the MM of circumstances, a sop to the Elizabethan wheel of fortune and me tragic end of vaulting ambition; yet. under these best of circum stances it emerge.as believable on the relentless tide of severa hours of Shakespearean poetrv precedinit %i.JVw e C rre P |)roduc, on M 's Tom Mix and Rov Rogers an .ELS T %  %  "I 1 Gl>ne Au,rev wi,h no,hi > U> end save the wESri y? SWl CClipal Ue betwe !" Burtons Hamlet and Gertrude wn.cl should never be more than implied. But Burton warns you welt in advance, with his scowling, frothy delivery of the line abou' .uestuous sheets.'' telling you precisely, and many scenes before, that h, has been done out of those sheets him.-el. uei the eritus gay what they will. Thev can do so easily, I My are nol scholars, l do not pretend to be. 'but I understand enough to Know when Shakespeare Is nol Shakespeare: and Burton is far from • •" Md win not be denied, even as a member of the minority. '"> civil right to ,-a> so.



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^ Fndcv October 2. 1964 +Jenisti fkxridiiaM Page 3-A One of the features of the program of the exhibits the poster to the 200 women at the merr. :ership tea of Sisterhood of Temple Beth tea, including Mrs. Stanley Levinson, SisterShe.:... last week was a graphic display of hood vice president in charge of membership, the Vi :ys and Means projects for the coming Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth yec: outlined by Mrs. Ben Goldstein, vice Sholom, and Mrs. Leo Levin, Sisterhood presipres. %  :\ in charge. Mrs. Goldstein proudly dent. Noted Rabbi in Stand on Ecumenical \! YORK — (JTA) — The that the Jew. after the Biblical, The Jew. tenacious and totally' : Council of America, drama was consummated in the committed to his past, with faith Ortl dox group, has made pubnse o[ the church for(eited his in bis glorious eschatology, will the united'sSteV the Ray and UAHC Camp Appoints New Area Director The Union of American Hebrew Congregations announces the appointment of Allan Solomon as its i first lull-time director of the new. ly-named and dedicated fcay and : Philip X. Coleman Camp Institute at Cleveland. Ga. A native of South Carolina. Solomon is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology, with minors in camping, recreation administration and education. He also did graduate work at the university in the same fields, with particular stress on the areas of camp growth in the United States and camp administration. Solomon has been active in many camps as area head and program director. Camps in which he has worked include Brant Lake Camp, Brant L'.ke, N.Y.; Camp Ramblewood, Maryland; and Camp Blue Star, N.C. He also spent a year working in Hartford, Conn., at the Hartford Jewish Community Center, [ concentrating on physical educa' tion and camping. Solomon is married to the former Betsy Goldman, of Burlington and Greensboro, N.C. One of seven Camp Institutes serving Reform Jewish Youth in Philip N. Coleman—UAHC Camp In a atement by Dr. Joseph B. reject this appeal with dignity, i Sc.lov. tdlik, outstanding AmerJJJ^Sl to ^"SmlicS D S S UCh a PP roathl>s Chur ? h institute serves congregations in lean ( rfodox rabbi, commenting f elj, lon ; sn u p to : .!! ,.u..!. of„ have been made many times ln[ Alabama Georgia. South Carol^a. on th< .vised draft of the debecause he rejected Christ. Since our history and the powerful Florida and East Tennessee. The clarattoon Jews by the Catholic ,he ff wi h "•*•" d,d !" t object (nuI c n has al fallcd to 8wa '..'""" / !" h e c /mp uivebeen Church .resented to the t.h.rd < this premise contained in the ne Jew „.„,„ „ is ctcrnal coursc -' of the ^. !" ? o comion : the Ecumenical Coun&* Schema, they should not be wha „„„, me ,„ that for the jfsigned in sucn a ^W > %  opened its delberations !" Zt*lZ ^^ m^dW> tWst ,ime in Ur hiSt r> ^iwlt! last week at Vatican Citv. Dr. hllh Jewish histor> supposedi> Solove iks statement, dissemculminated, expects the Jew to reChurch was. because of naive and cnuivocal statements, led to bei-ni. ,1*1 1,1,(1 111 .11' ii.i. i. • w £,.. — %  til 1-1 will we are readv for some repre-teen and junior camping pro-, as enemy property during World mated -ong the'severai hundred activate his role as a historic be| jeve ha in lhc intlM esls of goot i Teenage seminars, as well as iliated with the Rabbin'•. emerge from historic anonymity, and realize his destiny by ceasing to exist within the frame1 f. to understand the surwork ol a separate community, dismay with which ALLAN SOIOMON RFK, Keating On N.Y. Trail Continued from Page 1-A would "get her independence because of her courage and her determination." He said he supported Israel's plan to UM Jordan River waters for irrigation of the Negev Desert, and favored the joint U.S.* Israel plans for the use of desalinated waters for irrigation purposes. Sen. Heating's charge about a •deal'' favoring Nazis concerned a settlement made by the U.S. Government recently. under which a German company. Interhandel. would get back the assets of General Aniline and Film, a tirm seized by the United States ical Ci. '.cil, reads: vision of our historical attitudes gram can he secured by writing and commitments. The situation 810 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Fla. call for hysteria and Jewish leaders who acticipated in the theo Dialogue'' with the nirch have greeted the I ol the Schema. "The only difference between the tv.; schemas is the explicitness ;-o clarity with which the evangt cal theme has been formi i.ted now. While the first Schercontained only an oblique and indirect appeal to the Jewiscommunity to embrace Chris* >nity, this one addresses itself *i us directly. Hi-. Schemas present the typical (': -tological view that the historical mission of the Jews exhausted Itself in. the so-called, l'raep. ratio Evangelica. in paving the way tor Christian.ty and does not "Those who are perturbed now readiness to incur martyrdom. All final Registration Set should have realized before that it requires is common sense, rethe theological "Dialogue" was sponsibUity, dignity and partialFinal registration for Betu bound to become a theological lorly a moratorium on theologBodesh Hebrew and Sunday and pilgrimages to schools, now m session, IS hemresult of the Inter! the part of the ical Dialogue BETH DIN OFFICE R£BBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1537 Washington Ave., Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 to monoh gue Church which is not ready to tieRome." part from her basic interpretation ot Jewish history. Instead of compiaining bitterly against the ( hurch, thej should say "Nostra Maxima Cuipa" — in plain Hebrew, lloto.r — for rushing in where angels fear to tread. "The Church is within her rights to interpret our history in her own theological — dogmatic terms. We ar* tbe ones who have transcended the bounds of historical responsibility and decency by asking for a theological document on the Jews as "brethren" in faith instead of urging the Church te issue a strong declaration in sociological — human terms affirming t+e inalienable rights of the Jew as a human being. •I am verM little concerned over the re-ponse of the Jewish I community to the evangelical ap-, peal contained in the new draft. War II. Sen. Keating said the deal" would benefit former German Nazis. In Washington, however, the Department of Justice -Kited that "according to all available information, no money would go to any former Nazis" as a held throughout the week. tn ii. 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Frid-r Octobet 2. 1964 vJenisti fhridlSain Page 9-A initial meeting of the Temple Ner Tamid rmation class took place this week with actor 3ruce Richman, education director 81 ramid. Members of the class are m row (ieft t<-> right) Larry Benes. Moses, L'.oyd Seigendorf, Richard Man Felsot, Phil Florentine. Standing top row ueft to right; are Howard Burkhoiz, Larry Lang, Alan Unge, Wayne Prichason, Jo*?l Holtzman, Mark Levinscn. M'chael Levine, Alan Jacobson, Leonard Feldman, Theodore Borkan. Richman is shown in the rear near the blackboard. f Conservatives Give Extremists Aid :.ontir.sd trom Page 1-A ical Right, the Extreme Conservaaccusations" which thre 1 .!..•_ J~ M n t,....l tn .,..,.,>i-i who have been fr.ptened by the propaganda bav-.ge and have succumbed to it.' S C i .-. ke on the basis of a L survey ol the Radna lich was made publie n ;i press conference in the I,.. idquarters, 315 Lex-, igti \. The report, called' • Dai i • the Right." was writlen %  • A-:, ild Forster. general coi i Benjamin R. EDsii i n director of the LCJ r %  II I be published as ;i hool %  j R: • I im House on Oct. 9. Drastic interpretation Tin act • %  of Radical Right and Extre %  Conservatives resull logical blur"' along I the IM : >| actrum ot the righl v i': opinions may (litter in ii e n I intensity but nut in k I," Senary said. H, ; that both groups -,, mer in domestic policy of II %  i thi years as • • n i -. and foreign policy ol ii • sam period as "prone to i ipeasement in dealHi Communist threat." •i I difference, Schary : .ii unlike the Radthreaten lives do not tend to ascribe thejdemocratic institutions and "unalleged socialism and soltness to dermine conlidence in the intesipister plots in hi^h place-, but grity and patriotism of elected rather to blindness, stupidity, and lenders, the judicial system, military leader.-, educators, clei Washington, DC. — which attacks "progressive" education and the "unethical practice'' of teachers joining •professional" organizations. • The Relm Foundation, of Ann Arbor, Mich., a consistent supporter oi a number of Right Wing groups, including the American Economic Foundation, the Foundation for Economic Education, and the Council for Basic Euucaion. Among corporate and business firms which support the American Right, oil, steei, chemical cind textile companies and heavy machinery producers tend to predominate, according to the report. Amoncorporations cited as j heavy contributors to Radical Right groups are the Republic and United States Steel corporations and Gulf and Humble Oil companies which support Harding College, home of the National Education Program. The AllenBradley Corporation of Milwaukee. and Technicolor, Inc., a holding company whose subsidiaries include Eversharp, Inc., are listed as contributors to Schwarz' Christian Anti-Communism Crusade. Patrick Frawley, Jr. is named as the Technicolor. Inc., official with Radical Right interests. In addition to their direct contributions, business firms also lend support by advertising in rightist periodicals and by sponsoring rightist radio and television programs, the report asserts. It lists the Allen-Bradley Corporation, the Peering-Millikan Rsearch Corporation, the Schick Safetj Razor Company, the Spindale and Cherokee Mills, the FlictcReed) Corporation, Kenmetat, ini Knott's Berry Farm, and the Henry Regnery Company, pulilishers, among such advertisi %  a id adds that the practice "appears to reflect the political viewpoints of company officers and directors who as individuals support the American Right.'' J. Howard Pew of Philadelphia, is named as one of this biggest individual contributors to rightist causes. According tci the report, Mr. Pew, of the Sun Oil interests, and members of his family, have almost singt*hanc'edly supported the Christian Freedom Foundation of New York, in addition to conContinued on Page 10-A bungling on the part of four Presidents and their liberal advisors. "The lunatic fringe," he went on to say, "while it cannot be classified as part of the Radical Right, and certainly not of its conservative supporters, nevertheless joins the bandwagon and adds the extra noxious ingredient of racial and religious bigotry." In the report. Forster and Epstein declare that •our democracy needs a conservative faction." rhej add, however, that "those v.ho say they are conservative should abandon once and for all the Radicalwith whom they too readil) fraternise. Group* Studied HT fit A 1. 8. BS O O 31 SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS MEETINGS • FREE PARKING • CATERING Package Deal, Including Liquor, Cake, tion d'ouevers, Photographer Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. 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Fridc-;, October 2. 1964 >Jewisii fhridinr Page 13-A xgiov ... |BA TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. 1 Saturday :M f..m. Bar, uuallty "'' Mercy i rei'-" ,,. with n>.Story of Crea'"'.' William Cohen. eynagoKue '" %  ". will float the Ki.lilush. I %  ';;' %  :. n.m. followed by KinS< er vices J his lAJcchcnd Bar Kltavab: Richard, > %  Mrs. Paul Donoff. 5:40 followed by Maarlv. m of .Mi. nnd p.m. Klncha ,|n:irlv. HAV*T SHALOM CONGREGA. Tif : 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Canto? Israel Kerehner. N Hf EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. retive %  -T-I 3AVIO. 2G25 SW 3rd Ave. Con%  JJSl ... Babo. Norman N. Shapiro. .. tor vVilliafi W. Lipion „V .„,. Haturday 9 run. Mark Alan. i-.-n ol Mr stein. I'll %  --' I. r and BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho,.. Babbl Solomon Schiff. r T -RAEL. fl0 ; bi Berel Wein. lit u Ills 711 40th St. Orthoatlt RaObl Solo .. i, m. Saturday t>:3fj n.m. '_ All li Well ihi.i JCT-l ACOB 301-311 Washinqton Orthodox. Cantor Maurice • s. CANDLEUGHTING TIME 26 Tiahri — 5:47 I I Bar hUtxvah: Hunter, ton <>f Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Gordon. B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. Friday B:I5 p.m. Sermon: "Tree* of Knowledge and Life." Saturday %  a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Minolta S:45 p.m. • TLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. I'I i.l;i> t'*::'. p.m. IN turdaj %  • a.m. Bar Mltavnh, Stewart, son of Mi. and Mrs Abe Mahler, Mlncha %  •: %  :•• |p.m FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. St.. Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. • JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE, I >12 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider. Friday p.m. Baturday 8:80 H.m. Sermon: "w Orbli Around tinToruh." Ulncha 5:48 p.m. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthooox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. VI'NVONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHIV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 13S1 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstruction!**. Rabin Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of HollyI wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative, i Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 1:16 p.m. Bermon: "DIMS Our Herltaffe Have Meaningful Insbrhta f..r Today?" Saturday l":l"> n.m. Bar Miizvali: Banford Billot, son <>f Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen; Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blew I. 'TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. S87 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Bermon: •A World .i> Born. a.m. nnd 5:30 p.m. leph Fromkln "ill host ti> ones ghabbnt i" honor of th^ir SSth weddins anniversary. Saturday u a.m. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. RabDi Eugene LabovitxCantor Saul H. Breeh. Baturda) fc45 a.m. liar Mitivah: Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaok Saul. 5 p.m. Mlruioa Uar kUtavajK Michael, s if Mr. and Mrs. Stanley .loss. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman. Frida> ":::" p.m. Sermon: "Th<* Name of the name." Saturday 8:4!i a in. Bar Mlttvahi Ted, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Zelmsvn, %  "•:*'' p.m. Mlncha Bar Mttsvuh: Rodney, win of Mr. and Mrs. H KoetOff. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M, Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon. "Our Kndiii_'s are our Beginning*." e TEMPLE TIFHRETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. Priday B:I5 p.m. Cantor Manny Mandel iil officiate at weekend services. Baturday ( a.m. Bnr Mltavah: Allen, son of Mr, and Mrs. Morii, Oreenberg. ETH MCOShj; on ODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave Traditional. Rabbi Max Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. :, in. Bermon "A N< p.m 'Thi l'"it :, |5 |, in. "The BeglnnlnK HEBREW ACADEMY, dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross pjnn Pinetrea SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sad. Nahnuas. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Fridai 8:8fl p.m. Sermon: "Prentlon Saturday .' lH(| ,.,.,.,.,..,,;„„•• simirdni :80 a.m. TEMPLE ZAMORA, 44 Zamora Ave. Junior ConuroKOtlon xervk-eH will be Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. cimducied l>\ let-naKt group, ChaverCantor Ben Dickson. j.,„, Frlilnj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: \\ li-'i a Man Was Created" Sauirdaj '• i.ni Sermon: "What ReHpon — • MOSHE CONGREGATION. Dwie Hwy. Conservative. Hyma.i Fein — e |T riPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd vt .. Riipn Krieger, were. t.i %  — e -riLAH. 9?.5 Euclid Ave OrRabbi Joseph L. Rackovsky — e -1RAH. :64th St. and NE 11th ., ivitive. Rabbi \iax Lip C.intO' Ben-Zion Kirschen. bl „ a m sal urda> v %  a in. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yeluidah Heilbi-aun. — e HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami G.i u-"s Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. p in Suturdu) & 15 m, ~, in The lieginnlng ; Thlng." IN M AMI BE'.CH Immigration Bcdy in Hard Slap at Miller Statement NEW YORK — (JTA1 — The and In subsequent years will inAmerican Immigration and Citicrease more." tvnship Conference strong!) critiThe letter said thai estimates rized this week remarks made by by experts indicated thai the pro Rep William E. Miller, the Repubposed revision "will not increase lican Vice Presidential nominee. Immigration more than 15 per on proposed national Immigration cent—from 30e.260 admitted in 1963 to approximately 350.ooo.' TEMPLE EM*NU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cintor Hirsh Adler. Krldu) fi p.m. Samnlav '.' .1.111. Si-riii.. ii iReligion Really on the March, r ir Mltzvah: Mark, win ol Mr. ami Mis. s.-.111.0111 Rubin; Alten, win oi Mi and Mis. Wall. 1 Levl. • — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Re'oi'm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot l-'iiili> s l". p.m Hermon: "RellBlon I I 'ollli. s IM;I Si • %  li — %  e TEMPLE JUDEA. :?o Palermo Ave Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip per. |,|ll\ :13 "in Mr and Mrl"Sli.s We Muni Has, of 1I1. year." in ill. Ueainnlnis TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller R). Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wanman. — a TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Consei vative. Rabbi Henr-v vVernlok. YOUNG ISHALL. 990 NE 171st S*:. Orthodox. Raiibi Sherwm Stauber. I 1 |,la) i. 1 • %  .in 8 turditj a.m. Sermon C Time." Uai Mltzvah I'I.H.11 ol Ml and Mrs Hnrrj Si irk. %  r : JEfferson 1-7677 fVNERAL HOME ri-3 DADE BOULEVARD ?rardT. Newmon. F.D. unutl Gordon 1677-1946 Harry Gordon 1903-1964 >d \ • More To He Treasured T .;: (oca: Rich I. )RD0N FUNERAL HOME |C S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 • r .'Q\ %  JAMES B GORDON > < ^€ "••• DAO( 10ULIV I — %  III SUCH. PLORIM tarnin a SILJ-JBBK* *emteroa law revisions. The nominee's comments were challenged in a letter signed by some 4i'i religious, welfare, labor and other group* Interested in immigration anil refugee problems. The letter also expressed regret that "immigration is being made a partisan issue." The nominee said in Sooth Bend, Ind., on Sept. 7 that proposed revisions would "open the flood gates 'or virtually any and all who would wish to come and find work in this country" and would "completely abolish our selective system" of accepting immigrants. The letter said that the proposed changes would still require immigrants to pass the rigid selective admission requirements" of the present law and that the "•me basic change*' would be that people would "ultimately be admitted not according to where they were born but with particular emphasis on whether their skilland abilities are needed by the United States and on family relationship to people already in the United States." 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Page 10-A MWMMI ftoriafi&jn Friday. October 2. \% { Conservatives Give Extremists Aid Received with pleasure by Temple Beth Am leaders is news hat Herman Feldman (second from left), a founder and first president of the congregation, has been selected to receive he coveted Israel Redemption Award. Congratulating Feldman are Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, Phil Revitz and Byron S. Cherkas, Temple president. The award will be presented at the Temple Beth Am Israel Dinner of State on Sunday, Oct. 25, at the Doral Country Club. Headinq preparations for the event as dinner chairman is Phil Revitz. Plans for the event will be made Sunday evening at the Phil Revitz home. Catholic Organ Praises Top Rabbi's View en Religion Continued from Page 1-A .ireful reasoning and exact Ian. uage. one may say that the paper rovides a warning to Jews—in ie words and manner of the rophets—not to forget the unique ommitment ot their religion of ivenant and its enduring claims %  opn them. At the same time, Christiana arc reminded of the! necessity of seeing the Jewish j tith not merely in its relations | ) Christian belief but also in its niquely Jewish aspects. In makj lg these delicate points. Rabbi Soloveitchik writes with power and ride, with candor and persuasion, ith understanding and fricndliess. DOC RACING EVERY NIGHT SUNDAY '* NO MINORS yi^iMto "There are areas, of course, vhere the community of the many and the community of the few to use the rabbi's words, properly :nd happily join hands in seeking a better human environment for modern man. Our contemporary context not merely allows this but encourages it. and no thoughtful person of goodwill will stand in its u ay, "But just as surely, there are other areas in which transcendent religious truths—conscientiously held in faith—cannot endure even the suspicion of compromise. It is of first concern to see to it that these areas are identified and kept inviolable. Moreover, even the attitudes in which discussion and dialogue are carried on mutt be sensitive to the fundamental eschatological realities as well as the historical and sociological matters which too often receive priority. Some people may judge the rabbi's remarks as negative and regret the timing of this publication in terms cf the Council session which begins next week. We would not share this view. For US, it appears to set in realistic focus certain permanent factors in the interreligious picture, and in this manner strengthen the durable hopes we all have for wider human understanding." Continued from Pag* -A tribotmg to other far right groups individually and through their foundation*. The report gives examples of corporate support lor rightist broadcasting. It lists sponsorship (.1 Dan Smoot's radio and television commentaries, heard mostly ,n western states, by the Dr. Ross Dog and Cat Food Company, headad by D. B. Lewis of Los Angeles Other companies sponsor broadcasts by Lite Line, the operation ii Texan H. L. Hunt, whose oil company and 11. L. H. Food Products also sponsor Life Line broadcasts. Wealthy Individuals They are devoted to exposing "an internal conspiracy" which Mr. Hunt sees inherent in the income tax, programs for Federal : aid to education, mental health. | urban renewal, the Federal farm I program, and other services, the ADL report says. AKmt 250 wealthy individual | contributors help support a number of Right Wing organizations including the John Birch Society, the Christian Crusade, Americans 1 leu Constitutional Action, and the Christian Freedom Foundation. The report points out. however, that contributions are also received from large numbers of small Admission 50c RES. CALL 754-3484 SMART CORAL TERRACE RESTAURANT T* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $495 ssas. 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Outside the area of human relations, they listed the following tears as typical: • A welfare state brought on by "coddling" labor unions. • Social Security as a means of socializing the Republic. • The income tax as a method of pauperizing the rich in order to communize the United States. • The United Nations as a weapon of "the enemy" to destroy American sovereignty. • Fluoridation of water as the first step in a chemical softening up process preliminary to Communist brainwashing. j Mr. Forster and Mr. Epstein said "the real danger is that in continuing to cry wolf, rightists confuse and divide America dim inishing its ability to recognize a real peril when it appears. Thev are not only irresponsible but [ serious threat to our democratic processes." Quoting Kennedy Quoting the late President's text, Mr. Forster and Mr pjp. stein said, We cannot expect that everyone will talk sens, to the American people. But we can hope that fewer people will listen to nonsense.' 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*Jenisii Meridian Page 7-B Lodge Chief Harmony Chapter Meeting Gets NeW HJOIIOr B nai Bri,n Harmony Chapter is having a "N'eopolitan Night" oa Saturday 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Mollie Rosenthal, 894 80tli St. Italian dinner will be served. At an enrollment meeting last week. the Loyal Order of I the Moose awarded Miami 1 Beach resident, Larry Taylor, governor of the Miami Beach, Lodge 1651, a life membership in the order for enrolling over 250 members in the lodge since its inception, and a special honor tor "services to the community." This marks the first time that a Miami Beach resident has relei ved these honors from the 1.; OOC.C.lJ-inember organization, Previously, Taylor was awarded a diamond pin by his lodge tor Iher distinguished services renlered to the lodge. Emanu-EI Youth To Meet Sunday Temple Emanu-EI will hold Its first Youth and USY service and breakfast of the new season on Sunday morning, 10 a.m. Steve Moore, principal of Miami Beach High School, will ba guest speaker The boys atrl girls will meet for services in Friedland chapel an I then breakfast together in Sirkio Hall. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the congregation, will introduce the guest speaker. Regular meeting of the I. R. All high school students of the Goodman Group of Hadassah will community are invited to attend, be held on Wednesday evening, Hadassah Unit Meet Wednesday At a planning meeting preceding the Oct. 8 book chairman. Board members on the Plan"Dc" at Hebrew University" luncheon are ning Committee (standing from left) Mrs. Kate (sec-T: from left) Mrs. Evelyn Platoif, memberMeidenberg, Mrs. Esther Cohen, Mrs. Fannie ship : r. airman, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, beGoldberg, Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, Miss Esther quests chairman. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, presGoodman, and Mrs. Leon Kronish. ider.' Miss Lillian Goodman, woman of the 8 p.m. in the Community Room of Washington Federal, 1235 Washington Ave. Membership will be highlighted, and a guest from United Nations will speak on "Hadassah's Force in the United States." Menorah Youth To Meet Sunday Temple Menorah Teenagers will :.ponsor their first service-breakfast on Sunday morning. 10:30 a.m. at Hebrew Univ. is Theme Of Oct. 8 Meet i ership Of Prof. Moshe Davis, Of theI Miami Beach, recently returned! PI !" Tree Dr.. on Friday. Jewish Theological Seminary, now'from a summer in Israel which in-' The year's activities Orthodox Youth To Meet Here "A '. %  > at the Hebrew University" selected as the theme of the Qi" 8 initial luncheon of the Junior USY and the seniors will join for the breakfast featuring Dr. Samuel Feldman. chief psychologist for the Juvenile Court of Dade National Conference of SynagoCounty, who will speak on "Teengue Youth will begin a new year Age — Age of Turmoil." with a "Las Vegas Night" to be Parents have been invited to held at the Hebrew Academy. 2400 breakfast with their children. Dr. Feldman "ill lead an open discusbe sion on the parent-children relaspecial leave at Hebrew Unieluded several visits to the Givat I climaxed by the Southeastern tionship. (ireat' Miami Women's Division, versify. [America! Friends of the Hebrew I niv • '•>. Spec guest. Israel Consul General Si mon Yallon. who will be I in Mil i for the first time since assumi the responsibility for the Israel .onsulate in the SoutheastJern Us od States, will address the A noon ncheon at the Algiers HoI lei VHarold Thurmon is chair I man the day. Cor ; Yallon will discuss the recent i edication of the School of Dent.: the August groundbreaking !•• %  the School of Pharmacy, the April establi>hment of the \rtui Rubinstein Department of Musicoxgy and the early 1964 >l a special Chair for the I'rex tion ot Yiddish. 1 %  cognizance of Dr. Irving l,i In 's participation, the speakention the studies in Cony Judaism under the leadMis. Samuel Simonhoff is president of the Women's Division. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual .'.am and Ein Karem campuses in I Jerusalem, will install the new j hoard members and officers of I he Greater Miami Women's Dicader of Temple Beth Sholom ol vision. Pledge Redemption Program at Cedars A fall pledge redemption prowho have pledged financial supgram was launched this week by DOrt in the past three years will officers and trustees of Cedars of certainly follow their example." Lebanon Hospital. Meanwhile, a number of local "Payments on outstanding residents have announced endowpledges at this time will be of ments to the non sectarian comtremendous help to the hospital," munity hospital. >aid Hairy L. Lewis, president, Regional convention of seven Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will southern states meeting in Miconduct services and act as moderami Beach at Waldmans Hotel. An ; ,tor. Representing the Senior USY all-time high of 450 are expected w nj be Diane Glickman, president; to participate. Stuart Mishkin. vice president. RNCSY is the youth movement of presenting the Juniors will bo the Union Of Orthodox Jewish ConMarlene Segal, president: and -rogations of America. Marc Sussman, vice president. 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Friday. October 2. 1964 fJenisfi fhrkMam Page S-5 air ^Aiitzvali Abraham Galbot Ba r Mitzvah <>l Abraham Al Gal. v |l b6 celebrated at Beth cob congregation & !"!" % Satr( JBj „mrnirrjrser\Tces onT)ct. 3 Abraham's late grandfather, Al (ialbut waa one of the founders i Beth Jacob. Guest spiritual leader, Rabbi I. be! Dulitz. uncle of the Bar Mitzvah boy and a professor ot 1 eshiva I'niversity in New York ty. will preside over the services Hssisted by Cantor Maurice Mam-, \ hes oi Beth Jacob under whose tutelage Richard received his training. out-of-town guests include grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morns Dulitz. of New Orleans. \ .tudent in the seventh grade nl the Hebrew Academy, Abraham Interested in science and math. Il< finished first in the Academy's annual Science Fair. His favorite are football, baseball, mming and track. %  Bar Mitzvah reception will be I Sundaj al the Hibiscus Auditorium. Abraham is one of the four sons i Councilman and Mrs. Hyman i.albut. of 1630 Royal Palm Ave Mark Rubin Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah oi Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rubin, on Saturday morn'ing, Oct. 3, at Temple Emanu-EI, Mark attends eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High School. He is interested in sports, including golf and swimming, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Rubin. Mark's grandparents, will be present for (he occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddu-b following the service 111 Sirkin Hull. Sanford Cohen Sanford Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen, of 4357 Jefferson Ave.. will bo Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct. 3. at Temple Beth Sholom with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. The celebrant ia student in the Beth Sholom Confirmation Class 5726. Allen Levi Bar Mitzvah of Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Levi. will be celebrated Saturday morning, Oct. 3. at Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. fcving Lehrman will officiate. Snrtford Cohen Alan Grusby Mark Stein Hyman and Rebecca Dubowy are congratulated by Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, as JNF "Couple of the Month." The Dubowys have ostablished a Nachlah in Me Ami, Israel. Zev W. Kogan, Jewish National Fund leader, looks on. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PIAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET 600 Honor Hank Meyer Some 600 persons honored Hank Meyer at a luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel last week. Meyer, who heads his own puhlic relations firm, was with the City of Miami Beach since 1949. In 1953. he was appointed to direct the city's Publicity-News Bureau and three years later, became the Miami Beach publicity consultant. Dr. Irving Lehrman presented the invocation at the luncheon and Gabriel Heatter, newscaster, served as toastmastor. ROOF LEAK? VICTOR emu Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: __ ACME *•** ROOFING *? 685-1952 Apparel Club Elects Officers Mel Epstein is newly-cilectcd i president of the Men's and Boy's Apparel Club of Florida, which opened the 15th annual International Sportswear and Cruisewear Show last weekend. Over 500 manufacturers exhi1 bited their wares at the market. Earlier, the group met at the Coni vention Hall and elected Lester Levy, first vice president; David I Yonover, second vice president; Walt Powers, third vice president; Ray Evans, fourth vice president; I Bob Weiss, treasurer; Michael i Weiss, secretary. Directors are Jack Aronson, EdIdie Cox. Al Gli.-t. Adrian Newman, I Manny Levvy, Daniel Rifkin, i George Katznian. Elkin Adelson. Bob Silvcrberg, Sam Elinoff and Allen attends eighth grade of Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. He is interested in creative writing, journalism, cartooning and baseball. Allen's grandmothers, Mrs. Margrel Segall and Mrs. Rosa Levi, will be here for the occasion. The celebrant will be honored 81 a reception Saturday evening at the Balmoral Hotel. Craig Stark On Saturday morning, Oct. '.',. Craig F. Stark, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of Greater Miami, with Rabbi Slierwin Stauber officiating. Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stark, or 18121 NE 10th Ave.. attends John F. Kennedy Junior High, and is an outstanding science student, lie is a newsp iper carrier, and his hobbies are ; ollecting stamps and model planes. He will be honored at a reception in his home. Richard Donoff Richard Donoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Donoff. 1181 NE 176th Terr., will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Oct. 3. at Temple Adath Yeshunin. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will officiate, and Cantor Maurice Neu will chant the liturgy. In the seventh grade at John F. Kennedy Junior High, Richard, excels in art work and sports. Richard's brother Craig was Bar Mitzvah at Adath Yeshurun two years ago. He also has a Sister, Barbara age 10. A Kiddush reception will follow (he service. Martin Fanburg Rabbi Alfred Uaxman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Martin Fanburg during Satuiylay morning services. Oct. 3. at Tern pie Zion. Martin is in the seventh grade at West Miami Junior High and plays the French horn in the school band. An outstanding athlete, he plays volley ball, baseball and football and is a member of several Little League teams at West Miami Recreation Center. The celebrant is the son of Mrs. Ann Fanburg, 5861 SW 11th St.. and grandson of Mrs. Rebecca Rosenberg. His grandfather, Oscar Fanburg, of Philadelphia, will be here for the Bar Mitzvah. • Hunter Gordon Hunter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Births In Greater Miami First child, Risa-Lynn, was born Sept. 20 to the former Janice Onrot and Charles G. Perl, 185 NE 123rd St., and named Sept. 22 at Beth Raphael, where a Kiddush followed the ceremony. New father is a student at the University of Miami. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Perl and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Onrot. Maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldman and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Onrot, of Toronto, Can. Bernard Gordon, of 1040 NE 181st St., No. Miami Beach, will observe his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Oct. 3. at Beth Torah Congregation, with Rabbi Max A. I.ipschitz and Cantor Ben Zion Kirschcnbaum officiated. Rabbi Lipschitz will present him with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. Hunter has attended Beth Torah Religious School for the past lour years and will continue his education in the pre-confirmation class. Mark Stein Rabbi Norman X. Shapiro will olficate at services on Saturday morning. Oct. .'i. in Beth David Synagogue when Mark Alan Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stem. will become Bar Mitzvah. Mark is in the eighth grade at Police del.eon Junior High. He participates in all social programing and activities at school, and ian excellent dancer. Mr. and Mrs. stein will be 1 al a Kiddush in Spector Hall illou ing Ihe sen ici s. Nei! Sterling Friday evening service-. Oct. 3 at Temple Emanu-EI in Ft. Lauderdale will include the Bar Mitzvah of Neil Allen Sterling, with Rabbi Richard M. Leviton officiating, Son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Sterling, 901 SW 9th St.. Ft. Lauderdale. the celebrant will be honored at a formal dinner dance on Saturday in the Diplomat CounIrj Club'Calcutta Room. Richard Saul Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will ofJWVA to Meet At the Diplomat Ladies' Auxiliary of the Je isl War Veterans, Department of Florida, will be holding a meeting 9:30 a.m.. Sunday, at the Diplomat Country Club's Nassau Room, for 100 members. Auxiliary presidents will give a report on each group. All phases of JWV work will be discussed includes Americanism, veteran hospitals, servicemen's centers, child welfare and scholarships to be given this coming year Mrs. Louis Deutsch, of Holly wood, president; Mrs. Irving Cooperman. of Miami Beach, senior vice president: Mrs. Stanley Gold, of Miami, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Irving Steinberg, of North Miami Beach, recording secretary, are the elective officers. Mrs. Ben Habernian. of Miami Beach, is past national president of the organization and now Advisory Board chairman. Mrs. Max Kern, of Miami Beach, national olficer who organizes new auxiliaries, will also attend. liciale at the Bar Mitzvah of Richard Saul on Saturday morning, Oct. 3, during services at Temple Ner Tamid. Richard is a student at N iutilus Junior High School. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saul, 7800 Hawthorne Ave., will honor their son at a reception following -he ceremony. Michael Joss Michael Wayne Jo.ss will lbserve his Bar Mitzvah on Sat ir day morning, Oct. 3, during services (-.inducted by Rabbi Eug ie Labovitz at Temple Nor Tamid Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan :V Joss, 2375 XE 194th St., Mich lei I ttends John E. Kennedy Jur >r High. A reception in honor of celebrant will follow services feel lika a brids get a "WEDDING WHITE" WASH every time! i\ss FAB WITH | P URABRITE ...the intensified whitener Yes, your wash can be wedding white—not just almost white! New Fab lifts out the yellow and gray tinge. Then washes in a pure, pure white — wedding white —in a way old fashioned detergents never could. Try it and seel KOSHER PARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATE-PALMOLIVE zjoilno tfi/vuxVo, juicy cwL Hoe Down* Set At Temple Zion Temple Zion Sisterhood is having an "Old Fashioned Hoe Down" with a professional caller, refreshi ments and guests in blue jeans and straw hats on Saturday, Oct. 10 at '8:30 p.m. Reservations chairmen are Mrs. Ben Block and Mrs. Mel Haber. 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Friday. October 2. 1964 *Jew isti ftcradman Page 11-A. Parents, Children And Trust By MAX LERNER ZOA in Convention This Weekend tmeriea 18 becoming probably the most education-oriented nation *!T Even our bitterest quarrels, as the black and now white ". i hovcotta have shown, concern the school and the parent s pas'!'!:'15SS about what will happen to his child in ... What troubles most "bout both boycotts white and black alike, is that .n the JassEifof the parents they hurt the sensitive plant of the child's re•' ,R '!\^p l ect C lluft what counts most m .he life of a child, front seven vrnteen is the feeling of friendship, trust, fidelity-call it what ;';„;\ ^-between him and another child. 1 watched a little Negro boy lakine into a TV mike on the steps of h ls school, a new school for E since he was one of the "busedchildren. He wore a monitor s ".-a>h he was shy. but his voice was eager and Us eyes were danc t h delight. He had found, he said, new inends-and the wide £f } next to him was evidence tnat a warm. .1 quick, affection had touched them both. But how long will it survive the touchy belligerence of the lines of mckets and counter-pickets, and the withering crosslne of haired be|,.cn them? Erick Ericksen has been writing recently about the nu: lity of fidelity as the most important item in the growth of a child s rUsonality Children demand steadfastness and trust, and as they „ t„ trust their friends among their peers they learn to trust themIservcs Tin' worst thing the parents are doing to the children, and to their own children among them, is the act of poisoning the springs •i trust. + My son Adam had an idyllic summer at North Sea. spending most ,t his dav every dav in the woods and in the stables with a hall-dozen lorses tint are pastured next to our house. Hut it would not have been |-h. summer it was if he had not shared its delights with an eight year Lid Iriend Together they formed a little universe of their own inside llhe two households, and as 1 watched their complete ease and absorpInon with each other 1 learned something about what fidelity means in Tchiidrcn Now the summer is over, and he has already plunged into the world of books as deeply as he plunged into the horse world. Stephen is hack too from his summer in Europe, where he went %  o work as a Winant Volunteer with the settlement house boys in the Liverpool slums. In every country there are embittered adolescents. iometimes in rich suburbs as well as in slum areas, who form a comL-n front against their elders. They have their own fierce code ol Lain but it is loyalty again.-, others, against the world, and it docsn t lurry over into trust of oneselt. Michael too is back from his summer s a newspaper reporter in Washington. It is good to have one ot \K m entering Harvard as a freshman, while the other goes back as In a week or two I shall be back at Brandeis with my own classes. ,vin" to present sonic ideas, about contemporary Europe and America hd about recent history in both, which have been simmering in my Lid all summer. Every teacher is bound to wonder how many of the students are i.ie because somewhere deep within them there is an unslakablc Erst and cunousity and they can't help seeking something to appease I and how many are there because they can't help it penod-becausc IS expected ol them and there is nothing else they can think ot doing. I There are some vigorous pages in a new book by Paul Goodman Compulsory Mis-Education" (Horizon'-suggesting that the good lieges ought to refuse to admit any student unless, after high school, hahad a couple of years working or traveling or in the Peace rps or the Armv. Goodman is right in saying that many youngsters I not grown up enough to enter college, are caught in sexual difticuli, have not had a chance to find themselves, and at lhat point can |rn little from lwoks and teachers. That is why I am glad that Steve had his Liverpool waterfront ; summer and Michael his work in Washington, and Adam his *es. Maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea for the professors to get away nisei ves and learn something about life before teaching it. Continued from Page 1-A Washington, D.C., chairman ol the Convention Committee. Dr. Nussbaum's keynote address dealt with the major tasks facing the Zionist movement today and the American and world Jewish scenes. Friday's all-day plenary sessions were devoted to discussions on such major issueas Hebrew education, new directions lor | Zionism relating to the issues the forthcoming World Zionist Congress which is scheduled to open in Jerusalem at the end of December, 1964. problems relating to the organization of a representative body ot the Amorican Jewish community, as well as the meaning of Zionism tor the American Jew. The latter two issues were the -abject ol discourses at the Friday evening Oneg Shabbat session at which the principal speakers were Ambassador Philip M. Klutz1 nick, of Chicago; Rabbi Simon Greenberg, vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of New York; and Rabbi Daniel .1. Silver, of Cleveland, with Jacques Torczyncr ol New York, chairman ol the National ZOA Executive Council, presiding. Speakers during the day included Speaker of the House John W. McCormack; Leon Dultzin. chairman ol the Economic Department of the Jewish Agency in Israel; Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, of Englevvood, N.J.; Charles Roscngarten, former president of the United Synagogue of America; and Rabbi Abraham Heller, of Brooklyn. N.Y.; Dr. David Rudavsky. of Brooklyn, N.Y. and Carol Pjekel. :>f New York, presided over the respective sessions. Challenges of youth and prospects for American Aliyah were the themes of two Oneg Shabbat sessions during Saturday. The Youth session was presided over by Bernard M. Rifkin. The session on American Aliyah was in the form of questions and answers by a panel of experts comprising authorities on Aliyah associated with the Jewish Agency for Israel, as well as representatives of the Israel Embassy. The plenary session Saturday night, which was devoted to the I nited States. Israel and the Middie East, highlighted addresses bj Hon. Averell ll irrlman, Under Secretary ol state for Political Affairs; Con, Robert Tali Jr.. 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:.? .4-A .-. ; T B^ir,By HUARV MINDlr* Friday. October 2, 1964 \ His Immortality Lies in the Onrushing Lives of the Past E U'M M.i:A-.s-t-'.'. !••*.. M *ti beteSM MM -; .. I %  %  Cortcl Spoffjgfrt: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Negra Anti-Jewish Prejudice 'Disturbing' I %  %  • I roei T.v I Bal • there • as." I it it i ..• %  %  • of antited • '%  '•:• dail) ne | pen In read%  ii As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL A Lesson in History S ENATOR GOLDWATERS N treat to talk abo I I b %  .• %  n in th< • :y his portei but 1 efoi t now not cotl the extreme %  Had not beei II een : %  %  • %  Rep nd I o f his | Deal fin the i uaati %  tor had coadaUoi i emistl on the i pt bin to eadorae him. to champn • %  -.!, for him He baa -aid the 5,,.. ..) lo bear; he has voted in the Stoat* i liaal MHUIMi Joe McCarthy, against n.t the civil rights bill — in the. way wasted him to vole. Not in this generation A ..I they I.IMI elsewhere a man ol his stature and dMrwg thu vie*-, and aUo available lor their it i aaMrieua, then, that a heavy protest within hAli assess. ol the Senator's party prompted adtdate Goldwater to draw back Iroin the l>rink oi LA* Klan protter of supiort How remarkably unlike the conduct and instinctive reaction of Vended Witlkie in the campaign ol ISte! The German American liund, the Italian FaseiSt organization in America, and ft. Charles Coughlin all oil'-n-'l to back tne Republican candidate of 24 ye., In.tantly and passionately. Willkie retted lb* peeil M thee* extremisti CM Co* Mia, he said at that lime I am not onh not Interested in Ins support, I don t want it Early in tugu t. after Co in Miller had d his ticket would accept the backing of.an) American citizen IK %  our platform, our poiitioi d our posture Sen Goldwatei denied thai hi campaign-mate had accepted Klan backing cd !• the Kl u ver pported Republican* It'a been a Democratic h itl lii-tor;. eh | i M I'll iii tor) H all ich i are itii the obligations ol itatemanahip were comparable with Vice Presidential Candidate Mili-1-' appalling assertion thai DCMMM tii political machine*; had created conditioni that had led to vioi'-nt racial clashes In Northern citii Neither Innocence ''V the career ol the Ku Klux Klan on Ben Goldwater'i part por the bypa ling of MM omic and HMlol causes ol radal unrest on Con gre i m,in Millerpart can be blinked at and lorgptten in the presidential campaign now entering the history booki Sen Goldwater, with his remarkable grasp of public affa,rs. cannot possibly be ignorant ol the current bullishness in right wing activities that in Detroit i • %  -• PI : bj passed • • menl : •• %  %  l '• eral Washington .: %  • is that a high percei I in are Jews In pla • • aeration th* : the lower i i classes I %  % %  u corner grocery, tnfc credit -tore and with I llord 1 entl) the** whitearc Jew, and (alll behind in hipayment il ition and blame the Ji In the opinion of the Washington Post, "m •. %  scmitic; expression could be mere (ui-red,-. attributed to a general growth of antifeeling in the ghettoes. But tne proximit) the Jewish merchant or landlord present: a hai • : for I'indictiveness A huh 1 ;competitive area where Negr antiSemitism hi emerged is the medical field. When a Negro failed to get an appointment as chief of surgery in a city hospital. Negroes in New York charged "Jewish monopoly The old established civil rights groups like the < P an'' Urban League are free of anti-Semiti-m but new. militant Negro spokesmen have arisen w.th an antJ Semitic line. But this line is generally %  m the Black Nationalist ranks where icoupled with anti-Christia • • emerging N< jro 1< not so ninth anti-Semitism ;,. Negro rebellion against the white liberal as iditional Jc l of Negi scorned in as byprocri •• Jewish merchanl landi continue "to practice racial %  !am "Some .I--aid the v I n Post, are othi IIM ins ii that the;.' have antiNegro pre i ices. In many cases, there an residing rhoods into which Negroes are moving. In on'area ol Washington, b l Je %  reporte %  '' I The • Babei. -lo nothing t-j :-. a: his reputation as -. in that peculiarly the moat ieJerestieg an nquir) ar^i V> F.r-t Fee. the latter, more sophist %  • 'Ped ven ar appan to se i %  ... Included als' %  i.. i". %  i Ii I"' 1 illllX i iHln ||liiilillliK. |in ll ff I Mill I I I I ll,, THB • M iN I". Morliln, 11 |'"'.I !' H rue ui ...,ii Is \ s FI '1 Ii ini I •'' \y ml H I.\ nrnej : N THf ELEV OF FL CO %  •Mi: N U • '. IN' Our film Folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT Abe at Jack Garfein J ACK GARFEIN, i ,rroll Baker. H :• Whose v. lie -tars in the [current release of The Carpel Bbagger-" and will portr.. %  Harlow" in Joseph E. i [forthcoming production, told nic an interview in Bi HHs ;. ; il two avantt • films : bis own that are bein. I uuer Lev me s "banner at Paramount studios Th t one ol the two pictures depicting i on the \ l ng and Happy Life," by Re; %  currentl) beuag com] b) i harles Ei -' i The | .'.-re deals with me ems "! young people trapped emotionally in the turmoil of our time. Garfein is tryinj I McQueen for the male lead The second venture of Garlein-Levm will be iral Child," a novel by (.'aider Wilton who also wrote "End • %  a Man." brought to trn en %  Sam Spiegel as -The Strange one Ben ira who made his movie debut under Gar direction in the artistic but unou c e c ssft by W.llingham, will star in the new story by the same author, probably with Sue Lyon as the naive sexy Southern girl caught in the Bohemian circle of Greenwich Village. Both films are being guided by Jack Garfein with Levine's Bmbass) Pictures and his own Prometheus Films function ing as joint producers. Listening to Jack Garfein talk about the new wave" cinema, one hardly believes that the 34 ye.: old stage and film director has been a near-victim of Nazi atrocities, as were his whole family. .' '" UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Fitting Memorial at UN to Dag Hammarskjeld United Nations IT IS DIFFICULT for one who had live through the period to realize thut ears bad gone by since that iing in 1961 when, first, there was a run a confirmation about D Hammarskjold's death. Now the past of time has made it all too real. "Dag." >"• rai called here affectionately bj is, Indeed gone With him went M era And if further proof of the fact that a new era had come, h'-re il the new stained glaswindow, designed and made by the famous Jewish artist, Man Chagall, ensting B deep blue but somehow somber light onto the black white -quaies ol the terrazzo floor of the secretariat Building lobby. "It fits," remarks Mr. Chagall in French to one friend, repeated in Yiddish to another. And one has the Ifling that the verdict of fitness alludes not merely to the physical but to the spiritual as well. "It fits." The man who made this window, hereafter to be known as the Dag Hammarskjold Memorial Window, is > %  Ihe same artist who did those marvelous 1windows one had seen very recently in the synagogue at the Hadass.iliHebrew University Hospital in Joruealem. Those, too, "fit"—although there have been many grumblings about the architecture furnishing the framework tor the Jerusalem windows. Mr. Chagall does not share the dissatis(action voiced regarding the Jerusalem installation. To him, that too fits—as it does to many observers, including this one. But, here, th< re is a particular fitness. T'HM e ia significant commentary on the Hammar.-kjold era in the fact that there is disagreement among pro-Israeli Jews as to llaminarsjold's place vis-a-vis Israel. To Marc i hagall—a Jew to his very marrow—Hammarskjold Jthe great builder toward peace. To a man like Jacob BlausteiD, who knew Hammarskjold very well, on the personal as well as the official level. Hammarskjold was the greatest man of his day. As you walk into the Secretariat Building these days, on the edge of the circular fountain gracing the facade, there is another monument to Hammarskjold, unveiled only la,,t summer—the gift of Mr. Blaustein. iin. atteaa



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Friday, October 2. 1964 +Jenisii fhrkfian Page 11B LEGAL NOTICE '„, THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  ^ % %  1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND cort DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA. F0R C *^ C HANCERY No WC107C8 vl LI-'.I:. .. II %  i. HEALTH ration, C( >KI\ SAMCEL New UAKin AULKIi.and MIAMI r.TPi-l: \l. HAVINGS AM> SSI iCIATII IN. Iinratiun, •, i. ndiini %  National CREDITORS and A' 1 '*' % % %  %  "• Demands igainst JOT.CE TO APPEAR CHI NAME '•! %  • Til KSTATI-: .11 'A s\ ,IKi VDLER %  I;MM SII.C l kj II, New JTork It L i i UY \DLKIt i.n,,I'nKlmw ll I 11 Kit mill unknown person* r ulalmlnx tu have tin) right, iterest :n ii'1 property which ibjeci matter of this milt, ..--, .ii> lying and being in Dude mm Ida, ami more particular-i bed as follows: I,.i ]-, I Hock mi of LINCOLN ill) VISION, according to the thereof, recorded In Plat i,h '-. nt Page %  :* of the Public of i M'l'' County, Florida; .Hi. r with ll'building* anil rovjements ihereon. \,u AM' BACH OF YOU are stifled thai a suit has been in !he above-natned Court by the „ ,,-n nuil Plaintiff for the purpose .i n-iiccUng certain dc-ds made b) HARRY ADLER to SAMCEL AOL.BR, •I.I In SAML'EL ADI.KK to ZVCAH itBALTY CORP., and by iiAititv ,1'I.I.K lo /.I'l'.VI) REALTY CORP., ,l -.ml Ui .illaffecting title io the ...\.described propei t) YotJ ARB HEREBY OROBRBO .Hid required lo HIyour appearance, pleading or answer In said Bull on i .. • before ill** '.'th day of November, mid in default of HUch appearII... pleading or answer a decree i-onfesso "i'l be entered against .ui,i each oi .Mm, ami Judgment v default "ill be. taken against you i:i. toilet demanded in tinComi nint. IN>NE and ORDERED In Oade r .ii nt v, Florida, this 29th day of id r. 19C4. B. LBATHBRMAN i 'Ii k of the Circuit I'oiu l By: K. M. I.Y.MAN i ii puty Cl<1 ix KSKKN it B88BN Ailonio; i for Plaintiff l.y |!EN ES8EN %  •: Counsel 1S"S Ain-ley Muildliig Win ml, io: Ida, •oi*. 9. 16. 23 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64483 In RB: Estate of ARTHI'R TCRKELi a %  a VARtlN I Tl'RKEL Deceased NOTICE TO | To All Creditors Having Claims or Sal.I Bstate: T,,n are hereby notified and reIquired io m-esent any rihlms and tiemauds which \ "ii may have against the estate "f ARTHl'R Tl'RKEL a I, a AAR< 'N' Tl'RKEL deceasi I Int.. of I lade County, Florida. t-> the County JudgeH ol Dadi County, .< -i file iiosame in duplicate ami as provided in Section 7:u.ir.. Florida Statutes, in ili.lr offices in ill,I'minly Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from th.lion.,r ilnfirst publication hereof, or the same will IMbarred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1Mb day nf September, A. I', IPBI. .IIL1A Tl'RKEL As Executrix First publicatl f Ibis Hi,, '.'.".tli day of September .1. MOSES GRl'NDWERG Attorney for Executrix 301 Alnsley llulkllng .Miami. Florida 9/1 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 10014 HIRRON F'AKM. DIVISION OF SI It It ON ENTERPRISES. INC. d li II SPRINfl llll.I. IARMS, INC. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I'lainliff \ .1 %  I'M an IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64102-C iii MB: Bstate of STL'ART Qi IFF, I ii c< aned. CREDITORS ami All Pi rsons Demands Againsi that lias notice on 111 lit. ',. '" 2 •>. '''. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DKVRA-K1M STABLE, at 612 X\V 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend t,. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court o( LRGE Nli'lli ii. AS Attorue) for Applicants 612 N.W. 12th Avenu.e Miami. Fla :• .'".. in 2, 9, 16 MKSLI-'.H 11. ii nd m NOTICE BY PUBL CATION A. .1 MESI.LI: >:: HMIS. -. Strei i llrookl> a, New v.. h • r ARK HEREBY notified \ II.tided UII] -a '..iin,i,tint been filed axainsl you l>> SIRRON FARM. DIVISION .-i SlItRtiN ENTERPRISES, INC., .1 I. a SPRING HILL FARMS, INC., wh.-reb) said I'lainliff seek* payment '" services rendered io >..u and your horse, •FIRE AT WILL." Y,.,i rei|tiii'ed lo serve a copy of youi An>w.r or Pleudlng lo the Intended I'.ill nt Complulnt ..n the Plaintiff's attorneys, V'UI'Ntl, CAPOD1LCPO AHYMAN, i"7 Lincoln It I. Miami I'a.-h. Florida, anil file the original Answer or I'leadlng In the office "f Iln Clerk of the Circuit court on or before the 26th Day of October, I MR. if you fail t.> dn so, Judgiiitnt by default wlli be taken against you for the ll-lif demanded by you in the Amended BUI of Compla int. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Dade County, Hnrlda, thU 23rd das of September, ,964. K. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida I'., : .1. V CAVANAGH Deputy Clerk 9 25, % %  2. >, H NOTICE TO To All Creditors Having Claims or 4wU JKomtrnt •—~You are hereby nntlfl il to pi. si nt any claim which you may havi estate of STl'ART ceased late of Dade Ci to the l 'ounty Judgi t\. ami file Ihe same and as provided In s %  l ami requiraud demands against the tJOF'F, detinty, Florida, t Dade i'c,unin duplicate ii,.n 733.16, Florida Statutes, In i hi Ir offici a In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, unbiii si\ calendar months from the time "f the first publication hereof, or the same "ill be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this lOih day of Beptembi r, A.D, 1984, AI-LEN i:, BARTLETT, 8R. Executor of the restate oi Stuart ioff, 1 1. i-.-aseil First publication of this notice on Ihe 17th day uf Keptemls r, 1964. CLAl'DB M. UAllNKS Attorney '(••r F-\ecutor 303 I'alimii-t Bldg. :•. 2.",. 10-2, :>. 16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THZ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C10091 VRTHl'R ALLEN, Plaintiff, vs. JEAN ALLEN, 11, fi ndant, NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TO: .IE VN ALLEN ;: %  .! i 210th Stn el Bn> aide 61, Queens New York •ini \Ki: HEREBY notified ih a Complain I for Divorce has bei filed againsi you, and you are herel required t ivi pv of yoi answer io the Complaint on the Plali lifts attorney, LBKTBR ROOEH.whoKi address is Ml N.W. l uh Strei Miami, Forld i, and file the oi >l nf the Answer in the office "t ll Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial <"ii cull in and for Dade Count). Floi i-i ,, nor befori the 2Tth da) of Octvla 1964, in default of which the Con plaint ill ltaki n this mil \ 1.11. nt, ss< <1 ,f Septi KKMAN as da) \TI-:I> 1964. y, B. LEATl ciei k of lite Circuit C. P. COPBIwAND Deput) Clerk :i 2:., l"-:'. 9, .nt 1 '•>: 1 Si all IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C10731 ABE 1'." V.NKI-X. Plaintiff, ANN CAHILL; PUBLIC SERVICE Men A;. INSI'RANCE COMPANY. ;, New York corporation; ami 1 %  :11 \\ A 1.1 1.. STAN TON, 1 lefeiidunts. T< TO: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION \NM CAHILL •Hi North 16th Street iiioomfleld, New Jersey V1.1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a complaint to Foreclose Mortmain on the following described prop, rt) to-vi It: Lot 1, Block 6. SUN TAN VII.1. AUK SECTION ONE, according lo the I'lai thereof, recorded In rial Book SO, at Page 30, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida; together with all Improvements thereon and all furniture, furnishings, fixtures, equipment and appliances therein contained, and any replacements thereof, has in-, a filed against you. and you ..irequired to servo s copy of your I UHor other pleadings lo the Complaint on ihe Plaintiffs attorney, IIORKRT II. TRAl'RIU, 1133 ilul'oitt I'.ulkiing, Miami, Florida, on or be: is 2nd day of November, l n *4 II you fail lo do so, a Decree of Pro I'onfesHo .v ill P. Hied against you i-a I-.-H, f demanded In the Complaint. I • Ml'! 1: s. 1,1 < mber 29, 1964. E. B, LBATHBRMAN, Clerk B) : K M. l.Y.M \N l>put\ Clelk Hi/2. 9. 16, 23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10471 LBONARD M. I-'KIKI 'LAND. Plaintiff, LIIXIAN M. 8CHRE1BEB, ET Al„ Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR LILLIAN M. SCHRF:iBER, and if niarried. i-Schrelber, h.-r tlii-luiiid: his full name b.-lng unknown; CLARENCE M. BI'SCH and RONNIE M. r.l'SVIl, his ivif. ; if said persona are living, and if dead -ail persons having or claiming any Interest in and to the h. n iuaft. r described real estate, lying ami being in Oade County, Florida, namely and to-uit: l^iit 12. Block 3. FLORIDA CITY MANOR, being a pan of the subdivision of Ihe North ai of the Nwi'4 of ih.SEM of Section 86, Township ."i7 Smith. Range _38 Baal, according to plat filed November 4, 19-a. recorded In Plat Book 22, page 29, Public Records of Dad County, Klorldu: as heirs, di vlsees, grantees, successors, eredltorSi truste es receivers, guardians, executors or administrators, or other claimants by, through and/or under the said defendant'. YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARK HKKEBY notified that a CompUlnl ti, yuii-t Title to the above described propeiiv has been filed against you I in this cause, and you are required to file an answer M sai,l complaint with the Plaintiffs attorney, JDAVID L1EBMAN, 633 North Krome vv.i.u,-. Homestead, Florida, and file the original answer In Ihe offl f I the ci-:k of the Circuit Court of lade I County, Florida, on or before Zith \ I da) of 1 letuli.r. 1964, R. H. LFJATHERMAN, Clerk of the Clrculi Court B) : C. P. COPELAN1'. Oil.en Clerk J. DAVID LIBBMAN Attorne) for Plalntlfl •.:.:. North Krome Avi nua Homestead, 1 la. 9 23, In 2 that has your horse, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10014 SIRRON FARM, DIVISION of SiRRON ENTERPRISES, INC. .1 1. a S'PRIN'U HILL FARMS, INC. Plaintiff vs. MAX CRESTALL i tefenilant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MAN CRESTAIX Royal George Hotel Edmonton, Alberta, Canada YiH AUK HEREBY notified an Amended Kill of Complaint been filed against you by SIRRON F'ARM. DIVISION of SIRRON ENTKUI'Rls'KS. INC. d h a BPRINtl ill 1.1. FARMS, INC., whereby said I'lalniiff seeks payment for services rendered to you and "OIBL APPEAL." You are required to of your Answer or 1 Amended Plain'iff's .. oDIl.l'Po ade County. Florida, this 23rd di > of September, 1964. K. 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court Hade County, Florida By: J. v. CAVANAGH (Seal) Deputy Clerk /IS, 10/2, 16 CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 64C10Z70 FRANCES I.YNNE GENEST, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT GERALD GENEST, 11, 1.11 la nt. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION Y11I'. ROBERT GERALD HK.NKST. Post Office Box 11 SMC Ammo Kchoul, Savanna Ord. Dept. Savanna, Illinois are notified to serve a copy of your anawer t %  Divorce Complulnt filed against you on Plaintiffs attorney, GBORGE NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. IL'ih Ave., Miami, l-a.. and file original with Clerk of this Court on or before October 26, 1964, otherwise complaint will lie confessed by you. DATED September 17th, 1964. B. B. LEAATH FIRMAN, Clerk By: MARtll'KRITE MORVOUD, D.C, '• 23, in-.'. '•, in IN %  opy the Bill of Complaint on the attorneys, YOUNG, CAPs.-rve a HlillU IO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C10264 THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS IN JERSEY CITY, a banking corporation. Plaintiff, JAMBS FRBDERirK ll l-'.l.si-'.l,. a single man and MK1.1.1K .1. HELSEL. S single woman. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit t against real and personal 1 perty has been filed against you in the above urt by the Plaintiff. THE PROVITHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C10309 RSTHER MARIA ZATARAIN d< LAG! 1MA81NO, Plaint iff, ROBERTO .MAN LAGOMASINO F'ERNANI H'Z I A.NIM 1. 1 ief ndant. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION T11 ROIIKRTO JUAN LAUi i.MASIN • FERNANDEZ PAN DO Flanboyanes No. 1^.: Hyde Park Rio Pledrns, Puerto Rico YOU ARK HEREBY notified th a Complaint for Divorce has !filed againsi you, and you are herel 1 required to serve 1 py of yoi answer to the Complaint hi I'laii tiff's attorney, LESTER ROOERs whose address is 921 N.W. 11th Stree Miami. Forlda, and file the oriklni of the Answer in the office of IIClerk of the Eleventh Judicial Cli I cull in and for Hade County, Florid. ,. nor before Ihe '-'7th day of OctObe 11961. in default of which the Con plaint will be taken as confessed b you. Dated this 18th day of Bepten her, 1*64. E. B. LBATHBRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By; C. P. COPBLAND Deputy Clerk 9/2S, 10-t, 9, 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C10284 foreclose mortgage maCAYNE CENTRAL MORTGAGE COMPANY, a Florida Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. DBNT INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS BHtNEBT ELDRED HPLVTHCOCK IN JERSEY CITY. |. in ,i I.MOGENE HEATHCoCK,' 16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUIT_OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C0763 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCLRY. No. 64C10672 SANDRA L. FAIRCLOTH PAGE, Plaintiff, HOI I All SAVIN" Trv OK NEW "l i'lainliff, :ANK MF • :• i i: DKRRILL MILLER, To: RlCI LARD ALLEN Defendant. 'AGE, SUIT DBRBILL MILLER S. MII.I.KK, SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'In RJCHARD AI.I.KN I'AGE residence unknown You, RICHARD ALLEN PAGE are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. ami you are required to serve .1 copy of your Answer or Pleading to tinBill of Complaint on the I'l.uiitiff's attorney, HATTBN %  M.KM, lfl-1 N.W. .".til Street. Miami. I Florida, and file the original Answer Pleading in the offl the Clerk lot the Circuit court on or before the %  2nd duy of November, 1964, If you ll.ii to dn so, judgment bj default will lb,taken against yu for the relief %  demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once ach week for four consecutive weeks Ii Till-'. JEWISH I LORIDIAN. |l orlda, this 2th day of Kepti mbi r, "<>M: AND ORDERED at Miami. |A.D. 1964. B ll LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ircull Conn, 1 MI 1 Count), Florida |i> 'ii-iiiit 1 '.iie i Seal) B, : C. !'. Ct>PEl AND, Deput' Clerk VTTEN .>; BALI U "i N.W. Stli Bti si I .mi, i'l. rlda in. '.'. • %  ', 16, 23 R( •! LAND I ,i\, 1 1 al, 1 lefendants. NOTICE OF .ROLLAND and MARY HIS WIFE, 102 B. 6th Street Llgonli .. Indiana You are hereby notified that the above caption d action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit Court "i the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ,,1 Florida in and for Pad.County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described rial property: 1„„ HIOI-K 71 NORWOOD FIFTH ADDITION. SECTION I INK, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In i'lai Book •'•-"• Page lus of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, together with Westlnghouse Refrigerator IILII A ami Venetian Blinds. You are required to file a responsive pleading to plaintiffs complaint with Ihe Clerk of Hoaforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereoi upon plain t.M s attorney MARTIN IINE, Dade I-, di ral Building, Miami, Florida S3181, not later than November 2nd, 1964, or a 1 '•' ree Pro Confesso >' i,,. ... 1 agu insl > I'll DATED: Septi -'". 1964. i-: 1. LI %  N. Clerk of thi Clrcu By: C. Il 1 Clerk MARTIN' FINE Dade F'ederal Building Mi. 1:111. iloi Ida, 13131 10 -'. 9, 16, Ti IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10333 In the Matt. 1 of! Changing Name nf RICHARD DENNIS RELLO, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME TO WlloM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE la hereby given that the undersigned Petitioner, RICHARD DENNIS HELIX), whose residence Is 161 Florida Boulevard, Dade county, i'l,,! Ida, Intends :,' apply to Ihe Honorable F"rancls J, Christie, Judge or the FJb vonth Judicial Circuit, In and for Dade County, Florida, at hlg office in ihe Dadi Count) Courthouse, .,1 9 23 A.M. on the 29th da) of October, 1964, or as soon ihen afti r as he may be heard, for an Order changing ante from RICHARD DENNIS HKLLO, t" RICHARH FREDERICK 1:1:1.1.11. b) which naini he "ill thereat 1. r '• known. I luted in Miami, 1 lade County, Florida, this 21st day -f Septemlier, 1964. RICHARD DENNIS HKLLO, Pel Itloni r MARTIN s FORMAN, Attorney i"i Petitioner S432 Hlitl Road Miami, Florida 331S5 n is, %  The property sought 10 be foreclosed is as follows: Lot 1 ill Block 20 of FIRST ADDITION TO WESTWOOD I.AKK. according to the Plat thereof, red.-ii in Plat Book •'•:. at Page 4 of the Public Records of Dade County, Honda. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copj of your answer or other pleading on Plaintiffs Attorney, MALCOLM II. KRIKl'MAN, 243 Security Trust Building, UK Kast Plagler Street, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the above Court, on or before the 26th day of October, 1964, In d. fault of which Ihe Complaint will be taken as confessed against you for ihe relief requested In Plaintiffs Complaint and pleadings. DATED this l"th day of September, 1964. E. P.. IJ5ATHERMAN, Clerk of tinCircuit I'.-urt nf Dude County, Florida By: HELEN KFISSLER Deputy Clerk :• :.' %  ",. 10-2, 9, 16 16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CI-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" • ngage in business under the fictitious name ol CHANCES "R" at 1640 Weal Plagler Street, Miami, Florida Inti nds t.. register Mid name with thi Clerk Of the circuit Court of Dade Count), Hlorida. N K 11. INC. Sole hi ner PAUL KWITNEY OF' SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY & I'.lU'l iISS Attorni v for Vppllcant 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Bi ich, Fla. '.• :'",. '." :'. '.'. l T, 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t< • I" business under Ihe fictitious name of CAPRI CPHOI-STERY .11 752 NE 79th Miami, 1 lorida Inti .1 name vlth thi Clerk of Ihe Circuit court 'if I >ade 1 "ouni. 1 I'.MII.O1: %  : v l..\ I i. C,i IMEZ II VTTEN ,V SALEM i \ \\" ih Mi. ,-t Miami Ati foi Ri y & Comi 7. %  j,.i>-:b, 10/2-9| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C104M THE WILLIAMSBPRtlH SAVINGS RANK Plaintiff JOHN' PHILLIP SHERIDAN ELIZABETH F SHERIDAN, his wife, 11. %  !. ndant. NOTICE OF SUIT jollN PHILIJP SHERIDAN and ELIZABETH ISHERIDAN, bis wife, •;::i E Street Petaluma, California You are hereb) notified Ihnl Ihe aboi*e captlimed action has been Insltuted against you In the circuit Court of the nib Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot 13 Block ii" First Addition to Carol City, according to the Hal thereof, recorded in Plat Book al Page 19 of ihe Public Ri cords of 1 LullCounty, Florida. You anrequired to file your answer t" plaintiff* complaint with the Clerk •'< the aforesaid Court, ami serv.a copy theerof upon plalntlfl %  attorney. MARTIN FINE. 111b Floor, Had.Federal n illding, Miami 32, Florida, not later lhan October 27, 1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered age Inst > ou. E. B. LEATHERMAN, IIATEI %  : Si iteml %  •! Clerk of 1 • %  • all "ourt Uj ip C0PI-:i OCD, Depul Clerk INE %  Federal his w ife, et al., I icf.ndants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: Ernest Eldred Beathcock an Imogens lleaihoock, his wlfnot known to 1MJ dead or ali\and if dead, the unknown spoilsheirs, devises, grantees, asigaee llenors, creditors, trustees, < other claimants by through under or against, said ESrnest E .1r.1l Heathcock ami Imogen Heathcock, his wife, or etthi of them, and all parties haviu. or claiming to have any rtglr title "r int.-lest In the propert described herein whose resldem Is unkii-iwn. You are hereby notified that a SU has been filed against you In th \. Identified '"ourt by the gbov named Plaintiff to foreclose a mortgage on tinfollowing descrtb '"'l'.',',i 9.' Mock I, "f LAKEWOOD ESTATES, according to the Plat Ihi 1 • of, rceordi d In Plat Book 7 %  page 84, of the Public Recoi ds ol Dade County, Florida, together with the structures and improveim ntcontained thereon, ami vou are required to file yot Answi r or "t'i r pli adlng n sponsli 10 said Complaint with the Clerk 1 Ihe above Identified Courl and > ., copy thereof on GKJORGI NATHANMON, 1684 N.E. 123 Stree North Miami. Florida, Attorney fu l-l.ii, tiff, on or before the 27th da ,,i i ictober, 1964, otherw Ise 1 hi all< tlons ontalned In said Complaint wl be taki n .1confessed by you. |i.,t.,t al Miami. I'. County, Floi • 1., • h dn) of September, E, B. Ll ATHBRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By; C. P, I'ol'Kl.A.Nli Deputy Clerk :• in, in-':. • XI VRTIN I At to 1 14th F'loot Miami 22, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COIR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64123 In RE: Bstate %  WILLIAM KAlil.lN. 1 ', ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims 01 Demands Against Said Estate: Yen are hereb) notified and required to present an) claims and demand ., hli ii j ou mn) ha\ad< %  !ount). Floi Ida to the Count) 1 idges of Dadi Copnnd fib thsame in tin 1 in ti,. Count) 1'iurl in.us, in 1 within six i months from the d e of the ii' -1 1 lb 1 i-. RLIN c AID. v SBERG i:oTHENB ni ig. in 2 '•, lli 'tti -2,



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Friday. October 2. 1964 vJenisti fhridian Page 5-A. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Header Feels Sen. Goldwater is Being Maligned ,:; TOR, The Jewish Floridian: ..,,. repeatedly the. Blander ,i spread with political inM gen. Goldwater aceusI b eing an antiSemite; a Fascist; being triggeri appeal to you to right a against the honorable Senihai we aa Jews have so illy and undeservedly sufdur ing the ases. It behooves %  : more than any other not to .lander and libel people. m ost emphatically deny the •„,„ of anti-Semitism, and to call your attention to state e nts publicly and privately made the Senator during the past | i ecade On September 25, 1952, Sen. Goldwater wrote to an Ariiona constituent: "I believe that .vhen this country distributes its •oreign aid funds, that one of ts considerations should be the nterest of the recipient counties in our ideas of democracy, ,-nd certainly Israel conforms in (very rerpect," and proceeded •o say the United States "was esponsible for Israel's creation and must be responsible for the .ountry's protection." On March 15. 1960. the Senator -poke HI the Senate criticizing the given to the United Arab Re ublic. In early 1954. an Arizona nnstituent tiled a petition with -en. Goldwater against U.S. mill. rj aid to Iraq and the Senator pplied as follows: "We should extremely cautious about meeting ourselves into the affairs of small nations that may result In mue serious-overall con sequences that would exist with ;mr intercession." In 1951. he Joined with more than 150 Mouse members in eniithe original legislation to -rant aid to Israel. In 1954, he protested against sending arms to Iraq. It is common knowledge that Sen. Goldwater has repeatedly declared publicly that he is proud of his Jewish ancestry. Sen. Goldwater has been accused of having left the Jewish people. There is no truth in that assertion. The Senator is not an apostate from Judaism. He was born a Christian. The accusation that he Is a Fasc. ist is both false and ridiculous. A Fascist is one who believes in a system of government characterized by rigid one-party dictatorship under a highly-centuralized national government controlling labor and capital Sen. Goldwater -lands for just the opposite of such belief, lie believes in the free enterprise and free organized labor and against too much centralization in the national government. The accusation of being triggerhappy is most vicious. The Senator has lived a life of a man of peace and dedication to tincoun try. He has repeatedly emphasized the fact that be believes that peace can only be maintained vis avis the Communist movement by strength and expressed fear that the weakness might bring on a war encouraging the Communists to believe that they can win. ( Let it be understood that il is not unAmerican to be for the principles of government that Sen. Goldv. ater stands for and that it is not UnAmerican to stand for the principles of government President Johnson -lands for. Sen. Goldwater wishes to slowdown, if not stop, the procei* of becoming a welfare state th it has for its aims to take care :the individual from cradle -: grave, and thus, according %  his contention, lose personal li s erties we enjoy as masters FT own destinies. It is every American's right agree or disagree with him. differ is the prerogative of ev< fret American. To pervert | truth is to build a road to 8la\ and to the loss ot political fl dom. I fervently beg of you to r bsh this letter in the interest truth and Justice. For where thi is no truth, there can be no i •• tice. LEON J. E-. Miami Bei:ti Department of Florida JWV Will Meet; Special Committee Reports to be Heard EUROPE/ISRAEL 30 DAYS fill Inclusive Tour SS Miami 1231 Oct. 26 Nov. 25 80 Per person, Dbl. Oce. INCLUDES 10 Doy Tour of troel 20 Days Visiting 7 Countries In Europe — All First Class SPACE LIMITED Plan Now with OFFICIAL TRAVEL CENTER 18604 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Phone — 945-4531 open Sunday More than 100 delegates, alternates and individual officers of the Jewish War Veterans of the Department of Florida will meet at the Diplomat Hotel on Sunday aa council of administration, according to Department Commander Ainslee R. Ferdie. The meeting will commence at fl::!0 a.m.. with a presentation of colors by the Department Honor Guard, and will continue throughout the day. Among items of business to be considered will be a report of a special Committee on Blood donor and Blood bank, a report on the annual Youth Forum to be held in November, the Committee for the Adoption of the Genocide Convention, and the pro1 gram ol federal and state legislation. A report from Department Patriotic Instructor Ben Haberman will be received on the organization's "Register and Vote Drive." At noon, two awards will be presented. The Harry Cohen Merrosi.il Award will be given for activity at a post level for more than five years to one member for outstanding service. The award is presented bj the Miami Beach Post 330 in I o ol the late Harrj Cohen, who serv( d De artment Command, ,. ..,,! ;;., m i • i : the National Executive Committee. The Harrj Mazej Memorial Award, named alter the late Harry Mazey, of Jacksonville, will be presented to the individual who has contributed the most in service to hospitalized veterans in the name of the Jewish War Vet : crans. Mazey, before his death, regularly traveled more than 200 miles from Jacksonville to Lake City as a representative of the Jewish Nominated for the award for work performed in 1963-64 were Nat Brown Post 174, Edwin Feibelman Post 174, Benjamin Kaplan Post 174, Harry Nathanson Post 223, Alfred Weitrer Post 233, Sam Kapnick Post 330 and Jack Wilson Post 682. The Resolutions Committee, with Irvin Steinberg chairman, and Ralph Grossman vice chairman. will consider resolutions relating to American policy on Viet Nam and Cuba, among others. President of the Ladles' Auxiliary Rhoda DeutSCh, Of Hollywood, will addres.-, the delegates. Our guests return year after year for many reasons WIttAT1VE FOOD served in Gracious Air Conditioned R !" ~ ""< Entertainment ProgramLovely Lobbies CafeMadison: Restaurant-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY from SUN DECK and SOLARIUM on 14th Floor. 60 c i of our rooms have Ocean View-Many have TV. Few have air conditioning they don. need it. 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Friday. October 2. 1964 +Jeisl>fkrtciiar C^ollcctor of ^Atv Poge 3-B She's been in and out of Room al Cedars of Lebanon Hospi• I live limes. She's vivacious, rldly, and charming, and is ,.,.,! by the Worse's, doctors and IOI ital staff. !;u! Mrs, Sally Monroe, of South,,[,. Towers, becomes impatient llness She likes to be on the _,, like the years when she cirIhe globe lour times, visited South America twice. Australia and ••just everywhere!" \ deep admiration for art and sculpture began back in childhood 5, and manv years.later she naged to find her way into all Hit great galleries of Europe and the Orient, where she absorbed .,', spiritual experiences "which ne can only feel in the presence ,.| man's inspired masterpieces." From study and proximity with !K mighty works of the medieval nd modern, she learned much. She now has turned out some 50 all plaques, hangings and reproductions of famous pictures — all colored stone. The Florentines were amazing rtists in mosaic — I realize how nfinitely patient they must have heen," she says. Mrs. Monroe's apartment is tastefully furnished with many period items ol the past. Two French provincial seats are cov... ,. .••_,, %  • • %  red with a graceful floral patArt from t AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA William Oper, Mgr. Deborah Group Meeting Tuesday First regular membership luncheon meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter of Deborah will be held mi Tuesday. 11:30 a.m., in the Barcelona Hotel. Mrs. Morris Weinberger, president, will hold a short business meeting ami present the format lor the ensuing year. Cards and mahjong are being planned for the afternoon. Members ol the board wdl meet at 10 a.m. ilanthropist as a studio and office. Figurine treasures in jade, quartz and ivory are on display in a teak wood case. "I never bought souvenirs." she said. •These arc artistic. They .show remarkable skill and beauty.'' Sally's days are brimming with Miriam Geiger Off to Israel Leaving for Israel this week to study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Miriam Natanyah Geiger, daughter of Mrs. Edyth Geiger, of Miami Beach. Recipient of the Miami Beach Civitan Award in the 1964 essay COUte8t, among the top 100 in the United Nations 1964 contest in which approximately 60.000 participated, voted "Outstanding Girl in the choir of the Miami Beach High School" at their 1964 award dinner, she will be studying at the Hebrew University on a scholarship sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, of Miami Beach, and a special grant from the Elks in Miami Beach. One of the first places she plans to visit on the Hebrew University campus will be the entrance sciuare to the Givat Ram campus named the Charles and Viola Charcowsky Square. The Charcowsky^ have given over $300,000 toward the building and support of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Another Miamian who is currently attending Hebrew University on the American student program for third year college students is Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Loss, of W. Miami. activity. Recently, she received her 20-year service pin from The American Red Cross. She writes travel articles. She crochets, and recently, she made a deci-;-r. — to say "thank you" to Ce of Lebanon Hospital. So. she • r.< ed a patient room. Not jusl ; "y room. It was Room 508. Cancer League Member Luncheon Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach will hold its membership luncheon meeting on Friday. Oct. 9. at the Roney Plaza Hotel a > noon. All new members will be guests at the social which will feature a fashion show by Idell. of Allardale. and a Taylor Wine program. Mrs. Morris Gidney is chairman of the day. The league has started a life membership drive, and at the luncheon will present new life members with an emblem of the League. New members are Mesdames Aaron Courshon, Sally Ehrlich. Michael Bright, Rita Brodkin, E. E. Broidy, Celia Cohen. Iris Kite. Jerome Rado, Abe Schonfeld, William Taper. Mrs. Rita Brodkin is chairman of life membership. Mrs. Jerome Rado will preside at a board meeting at 10 a.m. Plans will be discussed for the sixth annual luncheon on Dec. 16 at the Fontainebleau Hotel Chairman is Mrs. Frances Linn. Cochairman is Mrs. Irving Rubin. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Harold Soglovitz and Mrs. Robert Grossman. Young Miamian Wins Award Ann Scheer. a vice president of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue Youth, who recently conducted the Leadership Training Institute at Hendersonville, S.C.. has received a merit award from the Dairy Council ot South Florida. The council has a continuing program to honor school age young people in Dade County. The con Miss Scheer spent most of her summer traveling through Florida and neighboring states arranging for the eight-day event. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Scheer. 2222 SW 22nd Ter.. and a junior at Coral Gables High School. The Dairy Council is interested in achievers in many fields, and young people through twelfth giade are eligible. Nominations may be made to Mrs. Ruth Kassewitz. PO Box 346, Coconut Grove Station, Miami. OTI about gathered for you Miriam Held Everyone knows about the P; Corps and cvcr>one should k about the Mitzvah Corps. 1 public-spirited Jewish teen. | each paid S350 lor the privilege >l spending two months of their nier vacation helping undcrpnwleged children on Manhattl • West Side. "Here are youngers from privileged homes who f rd joy in helping those in need," co i • mented the young Rabbi in charge of the project. "It's satisfying!" v l hat is your ear ly morning I quota? Catherine the Great >l Russia used to ilrink five cups \ flavory Instant Chase & Sanborn. Now here is why Instant Chase S Sanbom Coffee is the \ery finest instant coffee you've ever enjoyed. 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Page 12-A +Jeisti fktAM an Friday, October : ] Menorah 15th Anniversary Celebration To Welcome New Israel Envoy Here ^. Frid C Max Krauss (center) receives congratulations from Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah. and Maurice Revitz, president of the congregation. Krauss and Louis Reinstein have been named to receive the Israel Redemption Year Award at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner cf State, <=et for Sunday evening, Oct. 11, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Maurice Revitz is. chairman of the dinner. Temple Menorah, its members and hosts of friends will celebrate" its 15th anniversary at ;i gala Dinner "l State <>n Sunday evening. Oct. 11. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Maurice Revitz, Temple president, has assumed the chairmanship of the event which, he predicts, "ill be one of the most mem oiahle in the history of the temple and the community. At the same time. Rabbi Abramowitz. spiritual leader of the Temple, revealed that the Temple Menorah dinner will be the occasion for the first official welcoming of Israel's new envoy to the Southeastern United States, Shimon Yallon. who will be presented to the Diplomatic Corps of Greater Miami. Plans for the dinner were completed at a*reeeT>fTrtH"|iiv^h i>\ Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Revitz in their home for members of the Host Committee. Participating in the preparation of plans were prominent members of the synagogue. as well as many communal leaders. Included on the Host Com mittee are: Mr. mid Mrs lavM M Abel. Abe ,\|i|M I, i: i Hi Inky, Mor IK I IN n, r, KlgnTnnd Uvrtant, Irving flllllr. \i. i is niiu-k, Anron Ilium, Michael Ili-oiiHtt-ln, l-i'i"i Chalkt-n, Knin l>an\lis, l."iiiI >•i %  •\, ii\. .!•— I'll Henininrk. Indoro I hell, Malvln Kwtlandi-r, r2tiirone Kenyvi-H, .\i i\ l-t-rn, ll.trI-J I.. I'l-.lmi HI. S..1 Krankt-I. Mun-aj \l h'l'U'diiian. Saul l-'uclm, Jack G>rard, Nathanli l : l • kman. Mr. :md Mis. Jaime Ontdenbeni, Samuel fJraubart, linear Hecker, llelli 1 Hlrw-h, Isaac His, ii. Mori iHock, Herbert Kaplan, I.OIIIK A Kate, l"*, ph Jiiaelaon, l>av|,| Kidman, Jack | Kurciihllt, Mux Kraut*, Jei-rj I..Ichuk, Ann< Levin, Paulli t ...,. Kamuel Malow, Joaei.li M rtamuel Marcus, Paul MeUei ,. Miller, r.. it N..w,.k, \„„ |. ( P. Morris Pollack, Jack s. r • Mr. and Mrs, LOUIM i:.ir.IIIH R< -in-li. Maurice !:• Itlnirei. LtHinard Hoaen, Mill child, Sam Si-hlffmaii, Al,r,i .•• %  rf. Al Sherman, Ml "-!•>:. l-l. s IIMW, Alan I! Louie Sin hman, Moi rl* i 'i ham rnlander, WHiiani i Maurice .1. Well, Heui-f It, Sol w • --. i :i urn ni • • \\. dore Wnllowlck, Robin /. %  '/.num. i in in, < 'arl x.v • • H %  Jill. %  %  %  %  %  i-, B'nai Raphael functior Boys and girls between 12 and 15 are being acce the pre-conlirmation and ation classes now being toi Congregation B'nai Raph i m Samplings of Opinion Show Jews to Vote Heavily for LBJ NEW YORK — (.ITA> — Samsistently Democratic in national plings of opinion among a wide elections and Jewish support of variety Of Jewish spokesmen and President Johnson is no surprise, political experts indicate that Pres-, What is surprising, the Times re ident Johnson will receive over' ported, is the size of the support whelming Jewish support in the and its vitality. November election, the New York Among Jewish voters sampled. Times repelled this week. I the support for Sen. Goldwater of The report said that the Presi-1 racial rightwing groups, some of dent showed reporters at the Demwhose members have also been ocratic National Convention last engaged in anti-Semitic activities, America's Light Bee: Old Milwaukee Henry E. Mangels Ci. 3550 N.W. 58th StrMt Miami, Florida AOL Or |ri. I s:,l.l ni-n ,,.,.i ,,.-ii GS ,-lr.i c. IAN! C< e: c Fri< Mil BE -. month a poll staling he could expect the support of 97 per cent ol Jewish voters. The Times story was frequently cited. There is also reported resentment at the description of the Senator as "half-Jewquoted Jewish organization lead: j sn because this assumes that ers, rabbis, writers, and party Jewishness is a racial rather than leaders and workers as sustaining a cu i tura i a ncl religious factor, the the estimates of the preponder| Times reported, ant Jewish voter support for the Johnson-Humphrey ticket. The report quoted most observers as believing that it would take a miracle or a vast change in world events for Sen. Barry Goldwater, the Republican nominee, to /jit even half of the 15 per cent of the Jewish vote which Richard Nixon was estimated to have received as the Republican nominee in 1960 agamst the late President John F. Kennedy. FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIM. • COVMERC'AL INDUSTRIAL. ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, president AIR CONDITIONING ard ADEQUATE Vk Ifl NO 2264 W. FIAGLER ST. HI 8-2671 Nigl-ts. St.nd.iys A H< oays Dial HI 3-0922 D.scussing plans for the Temple Menorah-lsiael Dinner of State to be heid Sunday evening, Oct. 11, at the Fontainebleau Hoiei are two leaders of ine congregation who head important committees. Mrs. Elsie Beisky, president of the S..= erhcod, is the chairman of the Committee of Hosts, and Sol Frcnkel w.Il serve as dinner co-chairman, with Maurice Rev.iz as chairman. 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Friday. October 2. 1964 *Jmisfl npridfi'^n Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE -„ nT i rE BY PUBLICATION N0 JZ>rt*"" •"" %  required lo ,|,, ,.i your Aiwwer or to tii.Pill ..I Comptafnl i" HlntlffH attorney. BANFORD KRAMER, 'in. Lincoln Road HtiU.lniB, Miami Bench, Florida and original Aimwer or Pleading Kn the office of Ihe Clerk of the Clr,.„„,, ,,„ ,..before the Mrd day |),f ihiober 1944. If you fsii to do so, I',!.. „, b) default will be taken v ..II for iti.relief demanded %  „ thiPHI %  •( Complaint. -phinotice shall %  published one.I ,, i, for four consecutive • eke mi-: JEWISH ri.iiiiii'iAN. IHiNK AND ORDERED at Miami, this 15th day of September IA I 1 1964. lIt LEATHERMAN, ('Ink. ..in i, Dade Cocnty, Florida ,1, By: C. 1". COPELAND 1 leputy Clerk LwFORD H KRAMER lor.. Lincoln Road Building |v ml B< ach, Florida J K 8-4S1J I v for I'lalntlK 9/18-23, l" 1-9 MY£M BY HENRY LEONARD I v THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9814 NEW YORK BANK FOR |,< VV1NOS I'lalntlffi \ -. VR II' H'KINS, el ux. I lefi ndant. NOTICE OF SUIT i"Wcar Hopkins and Ajinli Mae Hopkins, his wife, Residence l'ni \vn, and if remarried, their inknown spouses, if living, and ,i. .i.i, the unknown heirs, desees, legatees, sTsntees, asi-isnes, lienors, creditors, irusies or other claimants claiming, through, under or agalnsi any "i the above named defendants who are deceased. Vim are hereby notified that the .tittve captloned action has been Int .i against you in the Circuit rt of the iitii Judicial Circuit of ,orlda in and for Dade County to i : %  %  lose s mortgage upon the fol. H.L; described n 'I property: l..,t I" Bio. ', IS Fol'RTII ADDIm '\ TO RICHMOND HEKIHTH ESTATES, itccordlng I" the Plat r. corded In l'lat Hook 68 Pagi li of the Public Records r I mde County, Florida, together AI'II American Standard Uas n.w. it..it. : tmu-AO; MtKlern Maid Gas • Kik-Top OTW A OVEN QO-1M; I'loneer Qas Wall Heater 8-15. i ire required t" file your anfer to plaintiffs complaint with the .ik oi the aforesaid Court, and ii. a ropy thereof upon plaintiffs ej MARTIN PINE, nib Floor, i'.i.i.Federal Building, Miami v:. %  %  'i..ii.ia. in.i later than October 27. It".!, or a Decree Pro Confesau will be intered against you. i >.\ I'KD: September :'-. 1964. 10. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court B) : C. P. COPELAND, Deputy Clerk III VRTIN PINE, L\ i; orney for I 'lalntlff ih Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Iliainl :;.', Flot Ida, '.' 25, 10-2, '.'. 16 "And in the future, if anyone's going to be the QVETCH in this family, it's going to be MEl" Cnr. 1M, Bevesu r>e l a tm LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. WC 10135 11 \i: INVEST.*.! ENTS, INC. a Florida corpoiai Ion, Plaintiff, \ s. I3SXIE MITCHELL, ,i single woman, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ESSIE MITCHELL I Tolmn n A N enue Oloucestei Massachusetts Y.ir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that %  Complaint lo Foreclose Agreement for Peed on 11 %  • %  following described propertj : \A.\ 10, Block t, of FIRST ADDITION TO M.I.AIATTAII Si -1 Sl'BDlVISION, according to the Plat thereof, as recorded In I iai Book 7. in I'.I-. 119, ..r the Public Records of Pad* County, Florida, has been brought against you, and you are hereby notified to serve s eopy ..r your answer or idendlng upon KVAN ULSTER, Attorney for Plaintiff, 3748 West Flagler Ktreet, Miami, Florida J3134, nnd file the original in the office ..I Ihe Clei k of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Plorida, on or bef the 23rd day of October, 1964, otherwise the allegations of us d Complaint will iluken as confessed b) yon. DATED ai Miami, Pade County, Florida, this 15th day of September, 1984, i: B. LEATHERMAN, clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Cocnty, Klorlda .-.all By: HELEN KES8LER i leputy Clerk :• 18-25, 1" 2-9 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jen isli fhrtdttan solicits your legal notice*. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates ifial FR .1HJ85 for messenger serrlce LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA. NO. 64C 9485 THEODORE W ADLEK, Plaintiff, va, ROSIN \ \IU ER, Def< ndant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yin" ROSINA ADLER, Residence Cnknown, are notified "> serve a cops of your answer to Divorce Comi.lniiu filed HKitinsl you on Plaintiffs iimrii.v. GEOROE NICHOLAS, 812 \ \v 12th Ave., Miami, Pla.. and file original with Clerk ..f tbl Court on oi before Sept, 30, 1984, otherwise complaint > ill i '' %  --' %  '' by you. DATED Oct. ". 1864, i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk liv IT. II. LANWAY, D.C. 9 l. 11, 18, 2.1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi.undersigned, desiring i" engage m t.ii nese under the fictitious name "f JOHNNY'S HIDEOUT "' 8615 N.W. •2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends %  %  register said name with the Clerk ... the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, LOLA NAK BLACKWELL Hole Owner STEPHEN P. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant W9S S.W. 1st Rtleit, Miami, Florida 9-11. 1*. 25, 11 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the underahrned, desiring '" engage In business under Hie fictitious nami oi FIESTA PAR ai 123.0 N.E. 6th Wenne. North Miami, Ploritla. intends to register said name with tne i.i u of the Circuit Courl "i Dad* Count}', Florida. MAY R RYMAR Sole Own. i STEPHEN P KKSSI.KR Attornev for Annllcant I'e.v s w i-t Street, Miami, Florida (8 2 1(J ._, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that |li. undersigned, desiring i" eiigagi in a.-s under the fictitious name ,.f i 'i ^ .ii Post fffice Bog 177 North >l Branch, .Miami. Horiua ...ii, :' ii. :,, i. u-. i said n. .in" itii Ihe ik ..i tin circuit Court "i Dade i mil]. Floi ii.. \\ II.l.l \.M E HOY J ORE M rKL'SHIN v, ..in E, Hoj %  • i--::.. l" 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAlv.fc LAW | i GIVEN that ng to • ngage In l name % %  : CENTER .'i 1724 Itreet, Miami, Plot Ida, tnr said mime w nil the I e Circuit Court "i Pad* a. MI s i lot MII SAM l'111. B 1.1 NNB |KSETT ,\ FEItRAR \ in \.for A uplli a nt .18-25, 1" t NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Finnnj IN Nr C" nM lE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9867 LEA H COLLET, Plaintiff, 1AY s COLLET, llffelldant. COMPLAINT FOR DVORCE TO: JAY s. COLLET K,.-i.i. n. e I'nknown Tou l XV s COLLEY, are hen hj notified thai a Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsi yen. ami you art v red to herv. a copy of your Answer or Pleading to thi Complaint on Ihe Plaintiff • If rney, ALAN -IIII:';I: *Sfl Llm In R-ad, M in Beach, Florida, and l l the original knew or 1*1" idtne in the nffl" e ol the Cl. ik of Ih, • Courl otl or hefnre I ; Ivou I i t. 1964. WALTER .1. KOLL As Administrator First publication of this notice on ih.1Mb day of September, l!'64. MERVY.N L. \MES ol Ii OI ge, Anns ,v I'.itl.r Att.n-in y i.'i Administrator suit. ;ie; Hlscayne Hide IH W. Plagl" r St., Miami. I la. 11 IS-25. 10 2-9 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9866 losri-H \LBERT BELARDINO, Plaintiff, vs. MARY BELARDINO, Defendant. COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY BELARDINO Residence I nl.nown Yon, MART BELARDINO, ar< heri by notified thai a Complaint for n vorce has i.e. n filed agalnsi you, an v,.n are required to serve s cop* i VII inAnswer or Pleading to tin< on plaint „„ the Plaintiff s Attorne VI.AN SHERR, S50 Lincoln Road, M ;,,„i Beach, Florida, and file the orlii Inal Answer or Pleading In the offli of the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt i< .„. I,, fore the Hth day of OCtoDc 1964 If vou rail t.. .1., so. judgment b leiauli will be ii. k.n against you f the relli f %  %  manded in the > ompiain BONE \\l' ORDERED al Mian Florida, this Sth day of Beptembe V "'I':"'I'' LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade c.miiy, Horlds „eal) By: I. sNKl-.ni.N Deputy "I'-rk \I.AN SHERR .u,.„„.> for Plaintiff ; ,,.„.,, ,„ [THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN |AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9665 IDA Bl'RD KON, Plaintiff, )l.n BARRY KON, l tefendant. -OTICE BY PUBLICATION ARNOLD BARRY KON :14 ICasI 53 .1 street v York, New Vork ARNOLD BARRY KON, are intiried that a Complaint for has been filed against yon, mi are required to serve %  copy r answer or pleading to the int f..r Divorc i the PlainAttorney, ALAN s. ROSENllll Alnsley Building, Miami, and file the original answer ling in the i 'in..ol ihe Clerk Circuit Court, on or before >, day of October, 1984. n fail to do so, judgment hy will he tak.n agalnsi you relief .i, ui.i.d in the Com' r Divorce AND ORDERED at Miami, this 2nd rtav of Sept. 1864, I-:. B, LEATHERM VN ,il; ol th. Circuit Court Dade County, Florida Si al i a. II. I WWAY, Deputy ci.-ik if y ssw C IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VTH JUDICIAL C HCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C ?7?6 i; iRFRT WILLIAM MALONET, Plaintiff, BARBARA ANN EUZABETH MALONEY, ''NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: BARBARA ANN BL1ZAUETH MALONET :• ( •imii.n \i en te providence, Rhode Island Toil BARBARA ANN BJUS All I II MALONEY, are hereby notified that a Complain! lor 1>P ha* been r • i ngalnst you, and you are required to .. wa Cop} "I your l.lea.lIng to the Complaint ror Divorc*. -a, the Plslntlfre "torney, ALAN 8. IMSKNTHAI-. 1111 All I" I. ul Urn; Miami, Florida, and file the ori na answer or pl i llni I '"• '•' %  • the i Ii rk of thi Cli ourt. on o, 1,,-toi.the 12th day ol n tober, 1964. IT Mm rail to .I" so. lodgment bj default win be taken a t you for the relief demanded In thi "'it H" D DONE AND OB.D1 REP at M iml, Florldu, this Ith di tember, ''"''K B LEATHERM >v. Clerk. firenii Court I "ade "oiinl i M U B y?MARnlERITEMORFOBD vNOTICE BY DUPLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FirrJ,r*A i\j i\Mri trnn n^f)E m COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9799 BORIS MEYKRSON PASSI VO %  MEYERS' IN \. • Plaintiff, v -. %  \ < PASSENO a k \ \ i: \ i a k,a UN KIRK, int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE lOHN K. f'ASSENi' ., k ., ,H iHN PASSENEAU ., u i JOHN KIRK \ i :!i Van i % %  n St. Ali xandrla, Virginia II. John K. Passeno a k a John i, a John Kirk, are hi reIfl, ,i thai -i Bill of Complaint -,.. i ilvorci has been filed nga nst you, ,i ., mil i .1 to s. i \.a copy ,,f your Answ.-r or Pleading to tl e BUI ol Complaint on the p'alntlfl j attornev, A1NSLEE R. FERDIE. Suite >-r' 2313 S.W. l...I, urnRoad, Coral Florida 331J4, and Hie the original Answer or Pleading In the off* of thi Cl rk of the Clrcull Court on or l" fore the 12th day of I ber, i if vou i.nl to do so. judgment by .!• fault 111 be taken agalnsi you i, lief d< manded in the Rill of Compla This notice shall be pubWehed once each we.k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEW ISII Fl.nUll'IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami i i-ii day of Beptember All r B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, M.I.. County, Plot ida (seal) l iS DePIETRU ity Clerk AINSLEE R. I KRDIE 12. .. %  > W i .eJeune Rd. Coral Qabli 1134 : Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7672 THE WILLIAMSBL'RUH SAVINGS BANK, Plalntllf, vs. CARMEN PHILLIP CORICA and CORICA, his wii,ii married, I al, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO; RICHARD HLICKMAN 1j:; West 37th Sir. t New York. New York You anhereby notified thai the above captl d action has been Instituted agalnsi you In the Circuit curt of the Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dade Count} to foreclose • %  m a-, upon the following described r< al prop, rt> i i...i n Block IT First Addition to Carol citj according lo the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 1" ,i Page 19 of the Public Ri i ords ol i lade 'ount>. Florida. You are i. pih.-d to file your answer to plalntift > plaint with tin clerk ol the s s aid I serve a copj thi reol up n %  MARTIN FINE. Dade Federal bttlli la, not lati t ctober ,,,, ,.; ., 1 1 ;. Pro '..in. -.-.-,. w ill bi ,, %  .1 again ii DATE i: II LEATHERMAN ', 1. NELSON Cli .. \l \RTIN FIN I'lali i a NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE_ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 10146 ROBERT A. BERLES, Plaintiff, JACQCKLIN BERLE8, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i: Mrs. Jacqtlclln Bel Ii %  ., W'illia m Nieliolson 171st Stie.-t BSth Avenue Tinley Park, Illinois You a hereby notified that Complaint for Divorce has been 111' against you, and you are requlri to -,i\.a copy of your Answer Pleading to the Co m P ta ^"LH 0n I .'!! .lalntlffs ,\tfrn.-y, .1. David Ueb,,.,,, 10 Southeast First Avenue IIIunl Florida and PlRES 11" >W I :N, ERNEST Bi (WEN IT FOR DIVORCE RNEt-T Pi iWEN I,, .... a. %  I nkn %  lni '"' n %  ; \ le.> R ., ng m thi 196 so, jud no in bj di • %  i i against y ,i u th. Co I a ,\ i \ \l 'i;l iKREI' at Miami i, da) of Beptemb. ii' '. ., i; H LEA rilERM \N. Clerk, i '| iii %  ,..i. I lade Cocnt). Fl' „j ,• P COPELAND l puty lerk VLFRED KltElBLER nl Alnsl< i Building Miami, Plot da Attorne) for Plaintiff n SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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Hostess at a reception for the Committee of Hosts for the Temple Menorah Lrael Dinner of State at her home last Saturday evening was Mrs. Maurice Revitz, who here pours for Mrs. Sol Frankel, wife of the co-chairman of the dinner. The dinner, with Maurice Revitz, Temple president, serving as th-irman, will be held on Sunday evening. Oct. 11, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. (See Story. Page 12-A.) Discussion of business reports brings together officers of Bay Chapter of ORT at the first meeting of the season at the Roney P'.aza Hotel. Amonq officers are (horn left) Mrs. Harry Ossip. secretary; Mrs. Morris Lieberman, financial secretary; Mrs. Paul Wilson, president; and Mrs. Jerome Cohn. treasurer. n J bv ISABEL GRCVE A W oman s lUorU "eJewisli Fioridian Miami. Florida. Friday, October 2. 19b4 Sec 1.07! B Women's Leader Off for CJA Mrs. Huth Johnson Berger, Advisory Com mil tee member of the Federation oi Jewish Women, and charman of New Prospects for the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, will take part in a special United Jewish Appeal Women's Division Mission lor outstanding leaders from all parts of the nation. Mrs. Berger will join with top women's leaders of the I'.IA and of Federation and Welfare Funds throughout the country for the tour leaving New York on Wednesday to inspect the work of the United Jewish Appeal and its agencies—the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency for Israel in France. Italy and many areas of Israel ranging from Tel Aviv. Jerusalem and Haifa, to the Negev desert. MRS. RUTH JOHNSON B£RG£R A hoard member of the Jewish Home for the tged, and an active worker en behalf of the CJA drivi and particularly the Women's Division. Mrs. Berger will meet with top dignitaries in the State ot Israel and with leaders of UJA's affiliated agencies in many citii s to be visited by the mission. Mrs. Berger. who visited Israel three years ago and also toured Palestine prior to Israel's inde pendence. will personally view many of the programs, the housing, the agricultural and industrial facililies made possible through -upport of UJA Bnd Combined Ji ish Appeal il Miami, which an helping hundreds ol thousar Is of Jews from Europe, North Al "ici and areas throughout the \ n I start anew in the lands of fn • dom. exclusively at 8gp STORE FOR MEN BURDI NE > Norton and Gloria l'allot cetera ted their 14l.'l wedding anm.ersarj with a small family dinner last week at Embers Rest; in ant ... On hand to toast the handsome couple were proud parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallot; Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pal%  i brother, Ronald l'allot and i.Gloria: the Howard Katand Ihe Norton Segals, who [lew in from Atlanta. Ga.. espo•iallj for the occasion Norton Pallot was recently named president ol life Better Business Division of the Miami-Dado County 'hamber of Commerce. He heads Norton Tire Co. The happy ending" to a romance which bloosomed when soldier away from home (Jersey) met lovely local girl 20 years ago celebrated by Ruth and Robert Al. Merritt last week at the Algiers Hotel Party on Saturday night brought together 150 iriends and relatives who were wined and dined and entertained till the wee small hours of the morning Vivacious hostess the center of attention Wore an attractive floor-length ensemble of forest green peau de soie with matching coat, perfect with her flame-red hair ; Enjoying every minute of it, her parents, long time residents Anne and Morris Alpert, teenage daughter Rosalind Merritt, soon to celebrate her sweet sixteen birthday, sister of the hostesi Evelyn and spouse Mfiton Nussbaum, their brother Zane Alpert Son of the honorees, Roger, keeping to his books al Emory University, so was unable to attend LOCalites glimpsed, some dancing, some chatting, Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard and his Janet, Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, Judge Irving and Hazel C> pen. Mrs. Sailing Baruch. Honey and Albert l'allot Oiitottown contingent included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baruch. Washington, D.C.. Mr. and Mrs. Irving I'eckett, Tampa, and Col. and Mrs Edward dimming. Ft. Lauderdale. While most people are Hying to the four corners of the world to see the sites of ancient civilizations, Pansy and Larry Flaum went no further than Augusta, da., where the countryside still bears many reminders of our own Revolutionary period Visiting with their nephew Dr. Mark Brown, wTic Julia and their little ones, Karon. Lisa and Leslie, the Flaums guided by the family on a regular Cook's tour of battlefield mementos Most intriguing, the Mackay WhjteHouse, held during the war hy-Sjhe British, where 12 Americatf soldiers died and are supposedly haunting the restored building A native Miamian. Dr. Brown is an alum of the University of Miami, where he served as student president and won several letters in athletics A former Davis Cup winner and Continued on Page 6-B the shirt that fits perfectly and g-i-v-e-s where you need it! 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Friday. October 2. 1964 Jew!st thrMton Page 7-A US. Cardinals Offer Strong Plea in our times against them. If not I injustice, let our voices humbly many Christian voices were lifted I cry out now," the Boston cardinal in recent years against this great! urged. '<* Continued from Page 1-A i document must be made less tim-| ,,i and more positive. If no voice hal! D .-n rai>cd in the past in dciens.' of the Jews, it falls upon U j (o r^ise our voices now."' Scores of prelates attending the Council crowded the aisles, the better '3 hear Cardinal Cushing, ; ,, he made his pica, according lo official spokesmen for the session w hn-i' is clo.-ed to the press ;, na l Cushings request for ; stronger version of a declaration on the Jews, more in line with' Cardinal Bea's original draft, was! supported by Albert Gregory Cardinal Meyer, of Chicago, and Jos-, t ph Elmer Cardinal Ritter. of St. j Louis. In -New York, it was reported authoritatively that Francis Cardinal Spellraan, who is recovering from surgery, still hopes tn join the Council debate in Rome and express his own position in [jvor of a strong declaration absolving the Jews of deicide.) "Vi/i most return to the text of lust %  -'. said Cardinal Meyer, 1.-•. declaration should also i =r-'on ,liat the Church is • agait any c'iscrimination for reasons of race, creed or color. This should be set forth in such a way as to leave no mistake and no doubt in the mind of any one." Cardinal Meyer made it clear that he wants the proposed declaration to include a specific condemnation of anti-Semitism. He was followed by Cardinal Ritter,' who said the text to be adopted must "express rejection of the description of the Jews as an accursed people, a reproached people,. a people of deicide." Paul Emile Cardinal, of Montreal, followed the U.S. bishops,' declaring that the declaration THIS IS NEWS WHY PAY 4* OR 5%? 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"If it is approven." he warned, "there will be very serious consequences in our countries. We affirm our solemn opposition. We must confirm in this solemn assembly our former objections against a declaration of this kind coining from the Council.'" "We have nothing against the Jewish religion." Cardinal Tappouni continued, "neither are wc anti-Semites. On the contrary, we are almost all Semites. But with full awareness of our pastoral duties, we remind the Council that the declaration is inopportune We ask that it either be dropped or included only among the acts of the Council." The Vatican's press spokesman reported that only one or two among the 2,500 fathers in the Council applauded Cardinal Tappouni. But he was answered immediately by Cardinal Lienart. "Although the opportunity for the declaration is being contested because of political tensions," said Cardinal Lienart, "it has no political implications. It should be kept as it is because it has ecumenical and pastoral purposes. "If we want to appeal to all Christians we cannot forget that Judaism is the origin of all Christian churches, that it has formed them. We all are sons of Abra ham. We have in common the Old Testament and the history ol salvation up to Jesus. Who chose to be a Jew—and so were His mother and the apostles. Therefore, we must treat the Jews with reverence." "It is pastoral duty to state the truth about this matter Saint Peter and Saint Paul did not consider the Jews as lost people, since they had received God's promise—and God maintains them Applying this in practice, let us avoid everything that could be interpreted that we consider Jews as "blamed' people. Let us not say that they are 'deicides'." He concluded by referring to the Council of Trent, which had tf>1 I .* 0 tt** St? TIRED* Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes-Swiss Kriss Mineral and Whirlpool BathsMassage Complete Gymnasium-Swimming Pool MODERATE RATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL 2/* FR 9-8861 (ask for "Spa") For Men and Women "stated clearly that Jesus died tor the sins of mankind and that it. WtJ ail the sinners in the world who killed Him." He said he would bring in proposals for amendments of the dratt declaration in wiiting. A contrary view was expressed by Cardinal Ruffini, archbiihop cf Pj.ormo, Italy, one of the leaders of the conservative bishops opposing absolution of the Jews from the deicide charge. He said he also opposed calling the Jews "deicides," since "God cannot be put to death. However," he continued, "the Jews also should love Christ. Jews also should be reminded to love Christians, and this has not always been so in the past." He then charged that Talmudic texts "inculcate contempt for all non-Jews." At a press conference this afternoon, Msgr. John Oesterreichir, an American theologian acting is an advisor to the Council, pointjd out that "there are many and very controversial opinions discussed in the Talmud," rejecting Jardinal Rulfini's Talmudic interpretation by implication. In genj _'ral it was reported. Cardinal : Ruffini's comments — especially his interpretation of the Talmud —caused cardinals considerable surprise among the Council Fathers. The bishop from Palermo was followed by another Italian. Cardinal Lercaro, who took an opposite point of view. The basicreason for the need of a declaration on relations with Jews, he stated, "has nothing to do with the last war, nor with any humani-, tarian nor with any political motivation. Its cause is purely religious and spiritual, and comes from within the Church that is .OOking deeper into herself now and into her essential mystery." In voicing his request for the complete absolution of Jews of the ilame for the Crucifixion of Jesus. Cardinal Cushing told the Jouncil: "Christ died freely for ill men because of the sins of all nen—Jews and Gentiles alike—, horn all had crucified and are till crucifying. We must coniemn every attempt to justify :atred, to justify inequities and lersecutions as Christian actions. "We have all seen in our times the evil fruit of such attempts. No Christian theological or historical reason implies hatred, inequities or persecution of Jews. We should really think whether it would not be just to confess humbly before the world that Christians have often failed to live up to Christ in their relations with Jews. n "In this age of ours, how many Jews have suffered and died because of indifference, because of silence. There is no need to j enumerate the crimes committed TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. 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"Jewish. Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Bume 37 Number 40 Miami. Florida, Friday. October 2, 1964 Two Sections — Price 2\t cumenical Council Hears U.S. Cardinals in Strong Plea R0M E i-ITA) — Three American cardinals, supported bj a Canadian and three Europeans, pleaded eloquently bei: the Ecumenical Council in Vatican City earlier this week for a forthright Catholic Church declaration absolving the Jewish people of the ancient charge ol deicide. In a strong voice that resounded throughout St. Peter's Basilica, where the Ecumenical Council is sitting. Richard Cardinal dishing, of Boston, opened the debate on the "Jewish issue" by telling the 2.300 prelates attending the session that "the declaration must deny that there is any special culpability on the Jews in the death of Christ. Far be it from us to set ourselves up as judges in the place of God." Cardinal Cushing requested that the Council go back to a stronger text of the declaration on relations with the Jewish people. He rejected the latest version of that draft, prepared by the Council's Coordinating Commission, which had weakened an earlier document introduced by Augustin Cardinal Bea last December. 'Our respect for the Jews," said the Boston prelate, "and Jiu love lor the sons of Abraham, must be made clear. This Continued on Page 7-A ith atnoiic r \ag Lauds op Rabbi JPP'SE AND DISMAY Page 3-A ,\ iJTA) — The views loseph B. Soloveitchik, ol American Ortlioith regard to the exdeli ai ation on Jews by the ical Council now in seaI the \ atican, are lauded in current issue of the Pilot, of|i ;an '>i the Archdiocese of kton. winch declared: | lonians arc proud to have ol the religious leaders in the world famous rabbi scholar, Dr, Joseph Soloveiti His preeminence is not Urnto his own Orthodox Jewish In in unit y. for his wise and sen I\i perceptions very often have i ral application I "In the first paper he has ever JblisHed in English, Rabbi Solotiichik has recently made a pmmentary on the present relalons of Jews and Christians, kith clear reference to the work If Vatican Council II on this opic. His words are worth ponering by all who have become ivolved in this complex but horoughly hopeful matter. while anv summary is an inI to the revered Rabbi's Continued on Page 10-A amphlet ixes Myth n Crime [Widely-held misconceptions about relationship of race to crime— lat Negroes commit more crimes Ian whites, lor example, and that r h crime rate in the South pulls from the large number of peroes living there—are explodin a pamphlet published by the Ititute of Human Relations Press the American Jewish Commit• Publication of the booklet was inounccd by Mrs. Charles H pkelstein, president of the Great Miami Chapter. Other officers the chapter are David B. Fleeter.. Alfred Boas, James R. Katz|W1, Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Robert Shapiro.. Myron If. Behrman f'd It. W. Apte. The booklet, entitled "Crime f>d Race: Conceptions and MisContinued from Pa'je 2-A Israel Warns UN of Intent To Resist Arab Aggression RABBI SOlOVtlTCHIK Boston proud Warren Study In Report On Slayer Ruby WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Jewish aspects Of the background ol lack Ruby, convicted killer Ol Lee Harvey Oswald, were review ed m an examination of Ruby's personality and biography in the Warren Commission's report on the assassination ol President John F, Kennedy. The Commission concluded thai Ruby acted spontaneously as an individual. It ruled out all rumors of alleged onspiracy, found conclusively hat Ruby and Oswald were not ICquainted, and that each acted entirely independent Of the other. Ruby contended that his Jewish beliefs motivated his thinking nd actions, lie was shown by •be Commission's findings to have had a life-long record of volatile -espouses to anti-Semites, many fights arising from anti-Semitism. md participation in street fights igainsl the German American Bund '' lore World War II. According to Ruby, prior to the shooting of Oswald, he watched a rabbi deliver on teleI'NITED NATIONS I JTA) — Israel warned the United Nations Security Council last weekend that it "will know how to defend itself and to repel any aggression" it the Arab states should go through with war plans designed at the summit meeting held recently at Alexandria, Egypt, by 13 kings and other rulers ol the Arab League states. The warning came In a letter to Platon Morozov, of the Soviet Union, this month's president ol Lhe Sjcurity Qounctt, from Michael Comay, Israel's permanent representative here. Mr. Comay did not ask for a session of the Council on this issue but I requested that the submission be circulated to all members ol the Council. In his letter, Mr. Comay pointed out that the Arab states issued a proclamation, at the end of their Alexandria conference, declaring unanimously that their "national cause" calls for "liberating Palestine from Zionist imperialism" and stating that the Arab states endorsed a decision "to establish the Palestine Liberation Army." "The clear purport of this proclamation." stated Mr. Comay. "Jl that 13 member states of the United Nations have set them selves the aim Of liquidating another member state, have declar ed that to be a central policy objective guiding their collective actions, and have determined to concentrate all their national Continued on Page 8-A •OlffT f. KfNNtDY Keating opponent FRANK IN THEIR APPEAl TO BLOC VOTE Kennedy, Keating Wooing N.Y. Voters woniinued on Page 6-fNEW YORK I JTA i The Republican and Democratic nominees for the United States Senate from New York laid considerable stress in their campaigns on issues ol concern to Jewish citizens. frankly wooing Jewish voters In his home town of Rochester, in the Western part of the state. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, the Republican incumbent. accused former Attorney General Robert 1 Kennedy of making "a deal* to nun over a government-owned company with asserts worth over $60,000,000 to a "huge Nazi cartel." On his part, Mr. Kennedy, the Democratic challenger for the seat now held by Sen. Keating, stressed civil rights at a synagogue in suburban Mount Vernon, visited the lower East Side of Manhattan, called for the guarantee of Israel's independence against Arab aggression, visited the editcrial offices of the two Yiddish dailies published in this city — and had lunch at a Jewish restaurant on the East Jide. In regard to Israel Arab issues. Mr. Kennedy asserted he sought I S. backing for Israel against Arab aggression, and also told about being "involved" in Israel's War Of Liberation by driving a tank from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem while that war was on. and predicting at that time that Israel Continued on Page 3-A SEVENTY TAX-FREE FOUNDATIONS Conservatives Give Extremists Aid By Special Report NEW YORK — Conservative supporters of the Radical Right provide the major portion of a multi-million dollar "assault on democratic progress" it was charged here by the Anti-Detama! tion League of B'nai Bnth. Dore Senary, national chairman Of the League, declared that upwards Of Sit million is spent annually by the Radical Right and! its Extreme Conservative allies. He said that this figure may rise to S2S million during 1964 and added that lunatic fringe organizations which include religious and racial bigotry in their extremist views, will add SI.5 million to the sum available for current attacks upon the democratic system. Financial support. Senary said, comes from 70 or more foundations, almost all tax-exempt; over 100 business firms and corporations; some 250 individuals who have contributed at least $500 each; and "hunContinued on Page 9-A IBJ COUNSEL SLATED ZOA Meeting In Washington This Weekend By Special Report WASHINGTON — '"he 67th annual convention ol Hie Zionist Organization of America opened last Thursday at the Willard Hotel w ith a keynote address by Dr. Max Nussbaum, ol Hollywood, Calif., president of the organize lion, and addresses ol greetings by Israel Ambassador to the United States Avraham Harman and Deputy Speaker of the Knesset Yosef Serlin on behalf of the World Union of General Zionists. The opening session also highlighted a memorial tribute to the late world Zionist leader Dr. Abba Hillel Silver rendered by Rabbi lwing Miller, former president of the ZOA and honorary chairman of the American Zionist Council. The convention was formally opened by lsador Turover. of Continued on Page 11-A