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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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eJewish Floridian
Volume 37 Number 41
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miam, Florida. Friday, October 9, 1964
Three Sections Price 2Cz
RFK Plans
Effort For
Bloc Vote
YORK (JTA) Former
j General Robert F. Ken-
lapped plans this week for
a ed effort to get Jew
i-l, ting support in his cam-
[or the U.S. Senate.
. i ing he as worried about
': Mule.-. Of Jewish void's m
York City, he indicated that
, poll showing him to have a
..In lead among Jewish voters
t-vrr incumbent Republican Sena-
ir Kenneth u. Keating might be
. rong.
Political leaders in heavily
Jewish neighbor-how's have warn-
ed him to expect substantial
Jewish defections among the
GOO, 000 Jewish voters in the
-netropolitan area, despite the
52 per cent Jewish vote for the
ate President Kennedy.
One reason is that Sen. Kcat
iij has consistently attended Bar
Mitzvahs, weddings and Jewish
organizational (unctions and has
an unblemished record in support
ol Israel. Mr. Kennedy's advis-
ors admit that it was a mistake for
the former Attorney General to
have sent a message to the 21st
convention of the Manhattan re-
Continued on Page 16 A
British Rabbi,
Chaplain,
Quits Post
LONDON (JTA) The resig-
m ol Rabbi Isaac Levy as spir-
al leader ol the Hamstead Syna-
gogue, one "I the largest in Brit-
, in was the latest development
'.his week in a continuing doctrinal
dispute in British Orthodox Juda-
sm Dr Levy also resigned as ChieJ
Chaplain of Her Majesty's Forces.
The resignations became effec-
tive immediately but Dr. Levy told
lie Jewish Telegraphic Agency he
would remain in the Hamstead pul-
i'it until the end of this year, so
thai the congregation would have
lime to find a new minister.
He said this would be difficult
because not many rabbis were
Continued on Page 5-A
0A Urges U.S. Back Israel;
lies New Threats bv Arabs
NUSSBAUM IN ADDRESS PAGE C-A
Cfr. MAX Nu">.\lM;
in third term
AJC Pamphlet
Links Right,
Anti Semitism
NEW YORK (JTA' A pam-
phlet in question and answer form,
entitled "What is Extremism.'' was
issued here this week by the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, charging
in a forword that "under the ban-
ner of breaking a conspiracy, the
extremists of the right have lic-
ensed themselves to break the
law."
The foreword explained that theft
is 'one important difference" be-
tween extremism of the right and
that of the left. "In contrast to the
Communist- who openly oppose
us," it declared, "the extremists of
the right pose as patriots. They
intimidate by slander, terrorize by
rumor, disturb the peace and In-
cite to violence."
Noting that "virtually all the
groups that are violently segre-
gationist or anti-Semitic are ex-
tremists, the pamphlet stated
that "more often than not, the
anti-Semites upbraid the rest for I
net equating Judaism with com-
munism and publicly blaming
the Jews for all evil."
Answers to questions in the
pamphlet include statements
about the tactics of extremists,
whether extremists and conserva-
tives are alike, the sire of the ex-
tremist camp, a brief analysis ol
the John Birch Society, and a
listing of a number of other ex-
tremist gnmps. The pamphlet also
asked whether there is a coalition
Of extremist groups, stating:
"There have been no formal
mergers so far "
WASHINGTON (JTA) The.
1./1I1 an nl convention of the
Zionist Organization of America
'hided last weekend with reso-
iis calling on the United
!.- i ivei iiment to tulfill com-
mitments I'o the security of Is-
rael because ol Arab aggression
, 'reparations arising from the re-
cent Arab summit conference in
Lgypt. Dr. Max Nussbaum, of Hoi-
Ivwood, Calif., was elected presl
d< nt of the organization for a
third term. His election follow-
ed adoption by an overwhelming
majority Of an amendment to the
ZOA constitution, permitting three
consecutive terms instead of two.
In a resolution on American
foreign policy, the convention re-
called declarations by Presidents
Kennedy and Johnson opposing
the use or threat of force in the
Middle Bast. The convention
-aid the eventualities contemplat-
ed have now arisen, and a threat
of force and aggression prepara-
tions were openly proclaimed at
the recent Arab summit confer-
once.
The reso'ftion called on the
.-'ministration "to implement
its declared policy and commit-
ment by takirg appropriate
measures without delaymeas-
ures calculator to halt the pre-
parations for aggressionto de-
ter the wou d-be aggressors from
lajnching a war of agqression
,-igainst Israel, and to use its in-
f'uence to promote direct nego-
tiations of peace between Is-
lael and the Arab states."
Earlier, the convention receiv-
ed greeting from President John-
son and Sen. Harry Goldwater,
Myer Feldman. counsel to Presi-
dent Johnson, in an address Sun-
day, told the Zionists that the
United States is committed to Is-
rael's survival. He also assailed
elements that impugn the patrio-
tism of those Americans who work
on behalf of Israel.
In his communication, address
ed to Rabbi Nussbaum, President
Johnson, extending "heartiest
Continued on Page 10-A
15,000 DANCE
16 Legislators Warn
Of UAR Fund Misuse
WASHINGTON iJTA) Fif-
teen members of the House For-
ign Allans Committee on Tues-
lay joined with Hep. Leonard
i'arbstem. the sole committee
member of Jewish faith, in a let-
ler to Secretary of State Dean
(tusk, asking that American aid
to Egypt not he misused in ways
endangering peace.
The IB Congressmen cited the
recent vote ol 117 to 113 bv
the House of an amendment to
the Food for Peace bill, designed
to voice the sense of Congress
against further aid to aggressors,
This amendment was a substitute
for a mandatory measure propos-
ed by Hep. Oliver Bolton. Ohio Re-
publican, which would have made
mandatory the severance of any
further aid to the Nasser regime.
The Congressmen told Mr.
Rusk that many members oppos-
ed the unconditional cut-off of
, id as envisaged in the Bolton
amendment, but nevertheless
felt Nasser has become an un-
challenged threat to the peace.
Accoidingly, the 16' foreign af-
fairs committeemen asked that
U.S. aid be carefully dispensed
to prevent an arms imbalance
and activities undermining
peace. They said that Nasser's
use of aid negated the aims of
the assistance program.
Mr. Rusk was reminded Of Nas-
ser's continuing aggression in
Yemen, his purchase of new muni-
tions from the Soviet Union, for-
mation ol a new lulled Aral) Mili-
tary Command against Israel, hir-
ing of Nazi scientists and mili-
tary technicians irom Germany to
prepare weapons against Israel,
Continued on Page 8-A
Moscow Jews
Celebrate
Simchas Torah
NEW YORK (JTA i One >(
Ihe mast unusual demonstrate -
ever witnessed in the Soviet Union
occurred when a vast crowd >l
Jewsincluding at least 15,000
young boys and girlsgathered
in a square in front of the Cen-
tra! Synagogue of Moscow to cele-
brate Simchas Torah.
According to a highly reliable
American who came back from
MOSCOW this week, the crowd in
the square started gathering at
.ibout twilight, while inside the
house of worship other .lews were
preparing to observe Simchas
Torah under the spiritual leader-
ship of Chiel Rabbi Yehuda Leib
Levin.
In a short time, the Jews gath-
ered in the square numbered
mar.y thousands. By mid-even-
ing there were an estimated
15,000 youths in the crowd. As
the sounds of the official cele-
bration emanated from the syna-
gogue, the crowd outside, led
by the youths, started singing
and dancing. Songs were ren-
dered in Hebrew and Yiddish
The youth- whirled in the square,
dancing the Horah and doing oth
or traditional turn.-. The dancing
and singing continued until mid-
night.
The American was t"id bj Mos
i H Jews that the Simchas Torah
demonstration was the largest
and most enthusiastic in Moscow
in manj years, Russian Jews
said that the demonstration con-
stituted a mas- answer on the part
ol Jews, especially the youth, to
the Soviet Government's efforts
Continued on f-age 3-A
TAKES NOTE OF LIBERALIZATION FROM OTHER CONTINENTS
Baptist Leader Lauds Cardinals at Ecumenical
CATHOLIC WEEKIY TAKES STAND PAGE 6-A
REWORKING SCHEMA PAGE 9-A
ARABS VOICE PROTEST PAGE 12-A
ROME (JTA I Brooks Hays,
former lay president of the South-
ern Bapti-t Convention and now
chairman of the Brotherhood Com.
mittee of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, lauded here
this week the efforts of American
bishops at the Ecumenical Council
io strengthen the proposed declara-;
tion on Catholic-Jewish relations.
Mr. Hays, who had a private au-
dience with Pope Paul, said he had
been invited by the Pope to attend
the Ecumenical Council session as
an observer. He is a former U.S.
lepresentative from Little Rock,
Ark.
Mr. Hays, who is also Presi-
dent Johnson's consultant on rac-
ial questions, added that the "lib-
eralization" toward which the
Catholic Church was now moving
with a "universalistic spirit" was
also the fruit of Catholic thought
in other continents, and parti-
cularly in the United States.
Discussing his work as N'CCJ
brotherhood chairman, he said he
had made a tour of the United
States at the request of the late
President Kennedy and that he
could report that a "concrete spirit
of brotherhood" existed between all
three religious denominations-
Catholic. Jewish and Protestant-
united in defense of freedom and
ol civil rights.
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1964
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{abbs Arm to Address Educational
:orum Luncheon at Fontainebleau
u. an Goodman, chairman
I ,' -h National Fund Edu-
[' ,,..,' Forum, has announced
I arrangements have
\'ln mi tor Rabbi Milton Arm.
I isl in: to the president of the
I* vish .--nal Fund of America,
[, addr the .INF Educational
|orum U ncheon on Oct. 13 at
L Font; nebleau Hotel.
purp0! of the JNF Education-
).- is to disseminate a
:,.islanding of the role
j, '||.' ,ish National Funrl in
. ,!,-.. pment of the State of
trael i: the past, present, and
Mure.
Rabb Arm, a native of New
York C V. was graduated from
the TMcMsf Institute of .*!.
..wish ~>-eological Seminary and
eceiver. nis rabbinic ordination
anc* Maittr of Hebrew Litera-
ure d'.fee from the same in-
titutie- He holds a Bachelor
|cf Scie-:e degree from Colum-
iil Ur .ersity and was the re-
ipienf *f a scholarship by the
merican Zionist Youth Com-
nis:ion io engage in graduate
tudy at the Hebrew University
in Jeri'clem in 1949.
He ha< also done graduate work
H Drop- College in Philadelphia
,1 ;it ayne State University in
etroit, Mich.
Prior his appointment as
|--i-i.ii.- ta the president of the
ewish V-'ional Fund, Rabbi Arm
lived in the pulpit of Congrega-
|oii An....is Achim in Detroit.
. had i rcviously served as rab-
Bi in Glen Cove. L.I.. and Congre-
..lion S-aarey Zedek in Detroit.
, Among his communal activities,
S.ibbi A-; served as president of
if Zk :. .- Organization in I)e-
oit an/ on the Health and Wei-
ire Sc-rv ce Commission of the
^ h ire Federation ol that
Sty.
I In lb- Mil! po-t. Rabbi Ann
l- | Mile lor the coordina-
Bon of various programs un-
crtakrr. hy the Jewish National
.in m it-rica in its work on
half i land reclamation and
llorest.?! in in Israel.
Serving BS co-chairman with
Lillian (ioodman is Mr>. Miriam
Press. The committee respon-
sible for all the arrangements con-
sists ol Mesdames Max Atfachin-
er, Helen Barry. Johaii Berman.
Eva Blum, Dorothy Cahn, ~ier-
man Fast, Hannah Finn. Miss Lil-
lian (ioodman. Meyer Harris. Max
Mrclit. Peter Heller. Bernard Katz.
Lillian Kronovet. Lilly Laster,
Louis Lustig, Abraham Mason.
Louis Moscowitz. Samuel Oppen-
heim. Miriam Press. Phyllis Reu-
ben. Benjamin Rochwarg. Pauline
Rose, Joseph Seid. Wolfe Shklair,
Israel Teicli and Benjamin Zieg-
mund.
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Formed at Medical Center in Beersheba
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ent in Israel, will be pre-
:he following: Narrator,
Blum, soloist, Hattie
accompanist. Olga liibor
taking chorus, Mesdames
fachiner, Helen Barry.
Davis. Sherman Fast,
ller, and Benjamin Roch-
r.ging Chorus, Mesdames
Dubowy, Meyer Harris,
Isenberg. Claire LeBow,
Mentz. and Murra>
man.
Hebrew Univ.
Names New
Regional Director
Announcement ol the appoint
men! of Martin Harrison as re-
gional director of the American
Friends ol the Hebrew University
for the Southeastern United
States has been made by Jack S.
Popick, president.
Han ison's -;'h''iv cf activity will
include Florida, Georgi i, Mabama,
. n the Carolinas and Ten-
whi re there are many
benefactors and "h norary alum-
ni" of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
He was formerlj associated
with the Greater Miami Jewish
i ,, |, Temple Beth Sholom
of Miami Beach. Children's Car-
diac Hospital and Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital.
Bilu Will Sail
From Miami Port
Beginning Dec. 14
first ship to provide regular
overnight cruise service from the
city of Miami Beach will be the
:\i V Bilu. ol Somerfin Passenger
Lines, scheduled to arrive here
Dec. 11.
Announcement was made here
by Akiva Goffer, president of
Swiss Cruise Lines, which will op-
erate the 7.000-ton cruise liner tor
--. merfin ol Geneva, Switzerland.
The Bilu will sail starting Dec.
14 on a twice-weekly schedule
from the Causeway Terminal on
MacArthur Causeway to both
Nassau and Freeport in the Ba-
hamas.
The 524-passenger vessel, pre-
viously announced to sail from
downtown Miami, will make three
and four-day cruises to the Ba-
hamian ports, departing Mondays
on the longer cruises, on Fridays
lor the three-day weekend trips,
Fares will start at SG9 for the
three-day cruises, and S79 for the
longer runs. All meals will be
included in the passenger fares.
said Goffer.
The Swiss Cruise Lines execu-
tive also announced opening of
offices at 26.">u Biscayne Blvd..
Miami.
The Greater Miami Medical Cen-
icr in Beersheba, Israel, was ded-
; icated this past summer in the
capital city of the Jewish State
Negev, and on hand were members
Ol a (ireater Miami delegation.
But more than the Center was
dedicated at the time. Also estab-
lished during the impressive cere-
monies attended by government
and Hisladrul officials was the
Harriet and Jacob Rilkin Physio-
therapy Department established
by the Greater Miami Business
and Professional Council of Kupat
Holim.
Announced here Wednesday
by Moshe Berman, executive di-
rector, was the appointment of
Rifkin as new chairman of the
Council, succeeding Mrs. Anna
Erenner Meyers.
The new Center will serve the
Central Negev Hospital in both
bed-treatment and ambulatory
C ses, The treatment covers all
aspects of physiotherapy cases
coming from departments of gen-
eral medicine, neurology, ncuro-
surgery, orthopaedics, gynaecol-
ogj ..ml obstetrics, and general
surgery.
Apart from in-service, the Cen-
ter will serve out-patients, who
have lefl the hospital and need
further treatment, as well as pat-'
ients who will be reffered by doc-
tors of all clinics in the entire
-., ev, from Klryat Gat in the
ni r'h to Eilath on the Red Sea.
The Center features all types of
psysiotherapic treatment
The Center has 15 rooms and
a big gymnasium. Cost of the
building was haif a million dol-
lars.
The new Medical Center, launch
ed as a projected idea by Execu-
tive Director Berman, included
BS its leaders Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, immediate past chair-
man; Rabbi Lecn Kronish, honor-
ary chairman; Jack S. Popick.
Julius E. Cooper and Jacob Rif-
kin.
Dedication ceremonies of the
Center were witnessed by the fol
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tadrut Campaign. Rabbi Kronish.
Dr. and Mrs Isaac Unterman, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Nash. Julius E.
Cooper, and Mrs. Moshe Berman.
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Volume 37
3 Heshvan 5725
Number 41
The Federation
Presidents' Award
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toSoN^aow^Cavycr^tDP
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Announcement of Norton Pal-
as this year's winner of the
residents' Awa.d presented by
f.-e Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
c on is welcome on two counts.
To beqin with, the award rep-
resents the Fedeiation's choice of
c younq leader who has already
: emonstrated unusual capability
- d the potential to play a siqnif-
.. ml role in Greater Miami's civic
c d philanthropic programs.
The Federation is our Jewish
cemmunity's central fund-raisinq
( d planning orqanization. Out
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riety of ways.
Federation was founded here
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rr. a n y outstandinq personalities
known in their business and pro-
fessional fields. But is it the mark
c: an alert Federation that looks
1c the future, as well as to the
past.
With the passinq years, new
end younqer people must take up
the burdens of Jewish civic re-
soonsibility and welfare endeavor both a
hallmark of continuinq Jewish tradition.
The Presidents' Award is meant to en-
courage our youth in this direction and to
c.ie those who have shown outstanding poten-
tial as future leaders. It demonstrates a ser-
ious regard for our continuity as a commun-
ity and as a people.
Announcement of the presentation this
week is also welcome because of the recipient.
Norton Pallot qualifies for the Federation cita-
I on. He is a member of the Federation Exec-
utiye Committee, served in the 1964 CJA Cam-
paign Cabinet, was co-chairman of the Manu-
facturing and Transportation Division of the
.-.-peal and chairman of the 1964 Budget Study
Committee.
These are but a small number of his
::hievements in the Jewish community. They
exemplify the best intentions of the Presidents'
Award. They suggest that the Federation is
c i the right track in looking toward its future
leadership.
-. b -
N* Hun;
increase of Jewish immiJErhon to Canada in '64
casion. One of the first will be Temple Menor-
ahs this Sunday evening, which also cele-
brates the Temple's 15th anniversary of exist-
ence.
In this week's edition of The Jewish
Hondian, we have dedicated Sec. C to a run-
down on the launching of our community's
bond campaign. In it is recorded the effort
in which Greater Miami will engage to reach
the new S2.5 million goal in purchases It
is to be fervently hoped that the effort will
be a successful one, for bond dollars go a
long way toward assuring the security and
development of the State of Israel
Judge Cypen Cited
Greater Miami is honored that Judge Irv-
ing Cypen has won the Herbert H. Lehman
^.ward. He is only the second individual in
tiie nation to receive the award.
pi tPres,enJotion w" be at a Temple Emanu-
:- Israel Dinner on Oct. 24 at the Diplomat
hotel.
The Herbert H. Lehman Award represents
the spirit of the late Governoi and Senator of
r.e State of New York, a great humanitarian
Behind-the-Scenes Story
The 67th annual convention of the- Zionist
Organization of America has ended The
usual best wishes from Capitol Hill and en-
virons were offered.
W=Inr,aaddi,i07' Myer Feldma". President John-
son s personal counsel, was there for a ses-
sion as guest of honor Sunday to express b"v
inference the Administration/suppoS of the
State of Israel What Mr. Feldman had to
say, particularly that 'the United States
COm"ud to the fact that Israel is here to
May should make all of us happy; al.houah
WP,rrfpden,'S ft" *eS,ure ofTendshTp a
aiJ3KJBS Mr- ****
SEW? Spen' di8P~Portionately sma
... ------ y=i iiuiuuiinarian nmn_. ", ,- -----------r'^r^uuiiuieiy
and jurist, whose national leadership in both amount tlme n means of iustifyinq i
thei Jewish and qeneral communities served as t? u? n in,ernal power politics
beacon of insnirr,m w il* *ne behind-the-scenes struqqle leadina tr,
a third term as president for Rabbi Max Nuss
3------ vvuiiiiuiuuea seivea as
0 beacon of inspiration for half a century in
r.mencan history.
The award to Judge Cypen is a reflection
upon his own contribution to Greater Miami
cs a civic and welfare leader and as an exem-
plary pactitioner of his profession during his
enure on the bench.
of an amendment to thp veil
henceforth permitting three* SLSSSuSl
muead of two. has not been fully SUS
The story should be told. It is m0re than
a punctuation mark in a convention tohlqrn
ing much pohtical talk and little Zionisfideo!
ThS RHi,gh,>ly Day pe"riod officially in^'homW^shinX are 15ES2 ^^
But thouqh the last rirminrr .jI were the mninr IT ? ? conceed. What
were tne major accomplishments of the orann
gauon during the preceding two years ofT
Nussbaum's tenure that suaaestPrl L
ed a third term as president? ""^
The people deserve to know.
Launching a Campaign
The High Holy Day period is o,
ended But though the last ringing sounds
OJ joy of the Simchas Torah period are by now
rely audible in our ears, we will continue
leel the spirit of the awesome occasion be-
ccruM the High Holy Days officially launch
9 Israel Bond campaian in the Greater Miami
c. ea.
Many Houses of Worship here are now
.-.eparing their bond tributes to mark the oc-
United Jewish
Takes its Task
By SAMUEL BERG
SUPPORTERS of the United Jewish Appeal took
* to heart the traditional Jewish New Year
greeting, "May you be inscribed in the Book ot
Lite." and made it a reality for scores ot thou-
sands of Jews in need during the past year. Their
transformation of these words into deeds has re
suited in a proud record, from last Rosh Hashona
to this, of Jewish giving for humanitarian pur-
poses.
What is the summing up of accomplishment*
by I'JA supporters as the year 5724 gise way to
5725"
First, they have helped bring thousands ot
Jews to a new lite in Israel and other lands where
tor many, this will be their tirst Rosh Hashona
to be celebrated in freedom. Second, they have
helped some 350.000new and oldimmigrant- in
Israel to progress toward real absorption into
the country's life and economy. Third, they have
helped to sustain more than 400.Oi.hi Jewish men
women and children who, lor various reasons
not leave their homes to emigrate to othei
ti les
Toward the Future
In all. a total of 750.000 Jewish souls in ill
parts .'i the world were helped this year n
worths that oi this total, fully one-hall
children or youths under 18, with all the -
needs ot youngsters that must be met
I;"-|; a is also a fitting time :
to loi k to the future. The year ahead i
expected to bring growing responsibilities and
growing challenge for the UJA.
in North Africa a paradox exists in that al
though the Jewish population had been reduced
by more than half over the past decade, yet then
needs for relief, welfare, educational and hum
cal programs, require the expenditure of more
funds.
Why i> this? In the past, in addition to
Joint Distribution Committee aid. local Jewish
communities also were able to contribute for the
care of their own needytheir poor, their sick and
handicapped But today, with these communities
reduced by mass exoduses, and. as in one cum
try. many are moving from the primitive and
dangerous back areas to the comparative safet)
of the cities, the UJA has become the primary
source for life-saving help
Most of the immigrants have Israel as then
destination. Over the past four years Israel has
received 250.000. Along with this exodus goes an
ever larger proportion of social cases. It can
not be otherwisecommunities must be saved in
their entirety-family members who are sick and
Old and treble cannot be left behind when the
stronger ones, the bread-winners go. This create*
tremendous problems ,, Israel-both Imam,.,
and social.
Immigrant Absorption
As the immigrants who come to Israel
i the mosl part, made up ,,f family groups thi>
creates to begin with, serious housing prob
in i%4 an irreducible minimum of 17.501
family housing units has been an absolute must
and an even greater need can be anticipated n
Another aspect of Israels Immigrant absori
""" Problem is the increasing costliness of con
Structmg neu development areas. The best ,,
gons are already fully settled. Now the Jewish
Agency must turn to remote areas, which hav.
no roads, no water or power lines-nothing is ...
"and except the stark land itself. Everything
""ist go into these areas to make them suitable
lor settlement-ami the costs go up-
In addition, the lack of educational facilities
Ml he primary and high school levels is an acute
> felt need. The Jewish Agency estimates thai
"ere are at least 35.000 young immigrants be
ween the ages of 14 and 18-between the termi-
nation ot school age and their recruitment into
Army seiviee-who suffer as a result of this
portage. A wide educational gap already exists
'-'"'on the children and young people who come
o Israel from the underdeveloped countries and
me immigrants from European countries-botb
settled and new The bridging of this educational
gap is one of the most vital tasks in Israel's pro
Brain of immigrant absorption.
The Jewish Agency must also assist I30.00O
immigrant farm settlers who still require tools.
equipment, water and financial aid if the) are
10 become economically i.nlependent.
I




riday, October 9. 1964
fJenist) fhrktian
Page 5 A.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Letter Writer Missed the Point
[City Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz (left) shows E. Albert
iPailot a special survey of public parks and locreational facil-
ities during the fif'h annual installation dinner of the Miami
iBeautification Committee. Pallot was installed as chairman
lio: the fourth time. He first took office as committee chairman
|-.vhen the group was formed and served until 1962.
Inited Fund Picks Paul Seiderman
Paul St'idcrman. .Miami Bricli
vie loader, has been named Bus-
hess Development ch.rman for
he Miami Beaeh Division of
tinted Fund.
Solder man's appointment was
Jnnounecd by Louis F. Snetman
nd Simon E. Rubin, United Fund
n chairmen of the Miami Beach
livision for the 1964 campaign.
As Business Development
[chairman, Seiderman will head
[the United Fund campaign to be
Iconducted among all types of
Ibusiness firms in Miami Beach.
They include key businesses
I'here potential for greater United
Fund support this year has been
ndicated. Seiderman is chair-
man of the Board of Trustees of
jie Florida Regional Board ol the
knii Defamation League of B'nai
frith.
Ho is immediate past chairman
the Florida Regional Board and
ii'inber of the National Commis-
of the Anti-Defamation
League. He is also co-chairman
the ADL's National Community
ervice Committee.
oung Singles
At Beth Am
Temple Both Am Young Singles
Group will hold its first meeting
[(i Thursday evening, Oct. 13. 8
|) m in the Youth Lounge.
Group is open to men and woni-
iii the 25 to 40 age bracket.
' inplo membership is not requir-
I i
Miss Myrna Meyers, acting
[chairman, has announced that re-
freshments "ill be served, and en-
lertainment has been planned.
Seiderman is executive vice
president of the Miami Beach
Taxpayer's Association and
chairman of the Personnel Board
of the City of Miami Beach.
He is a member of the Board
of Governors of District 5. B'nai
B'rith, and a trustee of the Miami
Beach Lodge. He also serves on
Hie Board of Governors of the
, Greater Miami Jewish Welfare
Federation and is a member of
Temple Israel.
Seiderman formerly served as
Assistant District Attorney and
chief of the Rackets Bureau in
Kings County. Brooklyn, NY. He
moved to Florida in 1948.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I assume you will be kind and
fair enough to print this letter In
reply to one bj Leon J. Ell pub-
s-hod in your most recent edition.
!t would seem to me that no one,
not even Son. Barry Goldwator,
disagrees with the religious facts
if Mr. Goldwater's birth. it
would seem to me also that there
are no tangible facts that could!
move anyone to accuse Mr. Gold-
uator of anti-Semitism.
However, to blast those charg-
ing the Senator with Fascist ten-'
dencies aril accusing him of trig-
ger-happiness i- equally unfact-
ual. Mr. Goldwater has not only
refused to denounce extremism, i
including the Fascist right; he
has clearly become their tool. And
there is, even in law, very little
difference between those who
scheme the illegal and those who
then commit it.
It would seem to me that mod-
ern history has produced a rather
clear lesson:
Neither Hjalmar Schacht nor
I I- riedrich von Krupp nor the Ger-
man military hierarchy were Fas-
cistsuntil Mr Hitler took them
into tow.
'there is every evidence that
from the Dragons of the Klan to
the Dragons of the Birch Society,
i the entire mass of more than 100
far right organizations is rooting
for Goldwater. and he has not only
not disavowed themhe seems to
enjoy their rooting.
Equally massive is the evidence
generals to cope
with it and leave to the field com-
manders to use ihe weapons they
might see fit to use. .
1 am all for avoiding unAmer-
HENDRIK J. BER .;
Miami Beach
British Spiritual Leader
Quits frcm Major Pulpit
Continued from Page 1-A
able to lead such a large, impor-
tant and sophisticated congrega-
tion. Dr. Levy will become di-
rector of the Jewish National
Fund of Britain.
No official explanation was giv-
en for the resignations but it was
recalled that, as a member of the
Council Oi Jews' College. Dr. Levy-
had supported the appointment as
principal of Dr. Louis Jacobs, an
appointment vetoed by Chief Rab-
bi Israel Brodie. Dr. Levy also
-ided with Dr. Jacobs in the lat-
ter's struggle with Chief Rabbi
Brodie over interpretations of Jew-
ish religious law, which led to Rah-
hi Jacobs' removal from the pulpit
of the West End Synagogue.
The latter is one of the largest
member synagogues of the United
Svnagogues. the principal organiza-
tion ol Orthodox Jewish congre.
lions in Britain, which is also I
parent body of the llamstead S
agogue.
Norton Co. Set
For Reception
Preparing for a reception
the Fontainebleau Hotel on O
10, 6 p.m.. will be top executh -
of the Norton Tire Company. W
year-old, Miami-based organi
tion.
President Norton I'allot id
Vice President S. Ronald Pal it
will be working with officials
the B. F. Goodrich Company,
sponsors of the reception, at t-
65th annual convention of the .N
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Dealers' Association.
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New York
Senate Race
By MAX LERNER
The triumphal procession of Hubert Humphrey and Robert Ken-
nedy in New York City was marred by only one flaw: in sheer decibels
ol guttural enthusiasm and the ecstasy of autograph seekers it was
Kennedy who got the major reception. Those who look beyond 1904
to later Democratic Party history will want to note this and weigh
what it means tor the inevitable struggle between the Humphrey and
Kennedy power centers.
The whole New York Senate contest makes little sense except
within the frame of the national contest. When Goldwater won at
San Francisco, Keating's chances tor reelection were badly slashed.
When Kennedy became his opponent. Keating was like a man left
homeless by an earlier tidal wave who now has to face a cyclone.
But Kennedy knew that to win he had to keep thrusting at
Goldwater in order to reach Keating. If he becomes Senator it will
be not so much by riding Johnson's coattails as by kicking Goldwat-
er's.
*
This doesn't mean a sure thing for Kennedy. His present thin
lead could disappear in a week. Although Keating cannot say he
will vote for Lyndon Johnson (and Kennedy knows it, which is why
he keeps up the badgering! most people know the bitterness between
Keating and Goldwater. If Keating wins it will be a crossover ol
Democrats who want to reward a liberal Senatorial record and show
'hat an anti-Gold water Republican can get reeleeted. Kenned) i-
weak exactly with the group of Democrats who worry about how much
commitment he has. as compared with hi.- power drive. Thus Hum-
phrey's day of campaigning with him was bound to help him. for no
one can doubt Humphrey's devotion to liberal position- nor hi- under-
Standing ot Kennedy'- aims.
With characteristic generosity Humphrey will be helping elect
a man who insured his defeat in the 1960 primaries and more than
any other in sigh!, will be the lion in his path on the future road to
the Presidency.
Obviously both men are playing this phase down, and they are
right. For the choice between Kennedy and Humphrey, if it ever
come-, may not coin" until the Democratic convention of 1972. Right
now the New York contest is between Kennedy and Keating
It is no easy choice, and the partisans don't do either man a
service by making it seem so. Each is able, each is inented toward
The liberal wing of his party. F.ach has a good record of achievement.
each know- remarkably well the national and world problems on
which he would have to deliberate and vote as Senator. Each has
5 much '.<( same position on Negro civil rights and on school
g inside New York, each is tough-minded and not fuzzy-minded
on ilic struggle with Communist world power, it there is a difference
this last issue it is that Keating tends to stress power itself (as
,n the Cuban mis-ilo crisis, where he kept baiting President Ken-
nedy and was -indicated by the event) while Robert Kennedy (like
his brother) stresses political warfare in the world contest with com-
munism.
* *
I am somewhat dismayed that thus far it has been a campaign
at once trivial and irrelevant, and for that both men are at fault.
There has been no foreign policy discussion of the sort I have alluded i
to. Each ol them ha- been gingerly in approaching the delicate Ne-
gro-white problem, and each has gone out heavily for the Jewish vot-
ers on the -ale issues of Soviet anti-Semiti-m and Israel as a state.
The Carpetbagger" issue, understandably hammered by Keat-
l- a convenient but not decisive one. Even more than Washing-
ton, New York is the effective national capital. It makes as much
sense for a Massachusetts man to run from New York as for one from
Illinois (Stevenson) or California (Nixon) or a woman from Connecti-
cut (Clare Booth Luce) to aspire to the same job.
lilarily I don't take seriously Kennedy's hammering at the
tion whom Keating will vote for. Right now Keating is a home-
ess man who will b" beaten if he supports Goldwater and will break
his pi rty ties if he plumps for Johnson. But he may well have a poli-
tical home again after a Goldwater defeat.
Like Kennedy, he must bo judged for what he is. and not on
trick questions of where he once voted or whom he will vote for.
I must add that Keating has been just as manipulative by rais-
g the issue o! the General Aniline settlement. Kennedy-s record in
the Justice Dept. has been impressive, and while there may be dit-
lerences on how long the funds should be held before being paid out
it is absurd to imply that Kennedy has ever been soft on the Nazis
Only a desperate attempt to influence the crucial Jewish vote could
explain, while it cannot justify, this line of attack.
* *
Despite these fevers and urgencies I can only say that any state
would be lucky to have either of the two men as a Senator The bal-
ance to be struck between them will depend on the judgment of how
each of them will use his Senate position and power, and how much
impact he will have on the nation's welfare, on the future partv strug-
gles and on history. That deserves a later column
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Friday .^October 3, J
Catholic Weekly Urges Stronger Stmi
NEW YORK (JTA) The which has been Strongly opposed
Commonweal liberal Catholic lay- b> Jewish leaders, as well as by
edited weekly. asseiVd this woek^mos**. AMritM .#nitinals and
The editorial .,jd t|>J,
sence. Cardinal
that, ii Roman Catholicism was
"serious about erasing Christian
anti-Semitism," the Ecumenical
Council would have to take a
archbishops in the Council debate
in Rome
The Strong appeal by Richard
Cardinal Cubing at the Ecumeni-
h.1
|
"" <*i|
"">" k,\
stronger stand on relations with cal Council session lor a strong
the Jewi-h people than the revis- declaration on Jew- was hailed
ed version of the draft declara- this week by the two major New
tion on which debate was con-
cluded at the Vatican this week.
The weekly, in its current issue,
criticized "the needless skirting
Cushirn
suggesting that Chris- ,
Jews not only exontrj..
the long ago past but iIji'TLi
ment for the all-too-r.t 2>\
. Cardinal CcshJnj1, S
should prevail-not beci.s,;?'!
eloquent but because s jJJf
The New York Post dfclwl
Sun that not the leas) ol the iwl
York dailj newspapers.
The World-Telegram and
declared that the Boston Cardinal nf the Cardinal's addren op
had stated "with simple but force- debate on the declaration mjj
ol" the" deic.de issue' in "the re" eloquence the case for absolv- was that "beyond rejecting _
vised draft and the emphasis on ing Jewpast and present, once charge of deicide. he deplored t]
reunion" of Jews with Christian- and for ail-from any special re- implication the Church'; fai|J
itv. The Commanweal declared sponalbility for the crucifixion of to speak out more strongly asj,tJ
that such elements were "as of- Christ." 'he Naii persecution ol he Jew
tensive to Jews as they should be g, ,, .
to understanding Catholics." LOTC SefVICeS At Beth DCIVld
Asserting that the Church
could r.ot "settle for the mild
form of lip service now before
the Council," the weekly said
that "the needs of diplomacy
and of the political snsitivities
of the Arab governments nust
not be granted the sort of weight
that bring parliamentary com-
promise."
Other criticisms of the debal
ed Vatican document were voiced
by the Catholic Reporter, organ ot
the Kansas City-St. Louis Dio-
cese; and the Catholic Universe
Bulletin of Cleveland, the central
Diocesan newspaper in that city.
Both criticized the new version,
The new tall season of late Fri-
daj evening services at Beth Dav-
id Congregation will be inaugu-
rated this Friday. 8:13 p.m. Rab-
in Norman N, Shapiro will of-
ficiate and preach. Cantor Wil-
liam W. Lipson will be assisted
by the Beth David choir.
For many years, Beth David
i h inored those ol it- children
who have jusl begun their Hebrew
studies The special ceremony of
conseoratii n ill take pla< < at the
open:': .. Fridaj -cr\ ice.
During the ceremar.y, eight of
the censecrants will participate
on the Bimeh.
They are Samim Ben
cine Berkowitz, bind
Daniel I.cihow. Kobe
Michal Medvin, Gail
Michael Soule.
All consecrants will
miniature Sefer Torah
by Max Silver, congreg
ident, and Mrs, Mur
Sisterhood president,
Shabbat will follow
Rabbi Shapiro, who
nounced bis resignation
be will conduct servici
tide at religious functi
congregation through
w hen he lca\ < for hi
pit in Dallas, Tex.
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1
I*?* AMERICAN HADE* ALSO DUE
Israel's Director of Defense Ministry
To Be Federation Guest Here Oct. 15
\her Ben-Xatan. director gen-
Kal Of the Ministry of Defense of
flu- Slate of Israel, and Melvin
bubinsky, national chairman of
l. inited Jewi-h Appeal, will be
honored guests at a reception and
(inner at the Westview Country
lub on Thursday evening. Oct.
i.
The event, to mark the first
gathering of members of the
golden and Silver Menorah Clubs.
bill be highlighted by a 6 p.m.
deception and a 7 p.m. dinner.
The two distinguished guests
taking part In this norvfund-
raising event, will meet leaders
of tho eommonity who have
joined the Golden and Silver
Menorah Clubs through contri-
butions of $5,000 and $10,0',
| respectively, to Combined Jew-
I i .] V;'i;:.i is touring the Unite'!
.. as a ke> member <>f a top
pvc- UJA O H Mission con-
Sistint Ot I'JA and Israel leaders.
|%isiting major American com-
Inuinities during October. He has
[served as director general of the
I Defense Ministry since 1959. one
lot the most important position;
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nized as one of the top Jewish
communal leaders in the United
States.
He is a former chairman of
UJA's National Campaign Cabi-
net, which guides fund-raising ef-
forts of that organization, and has
taken part in numerous Study Mis-
sions in Israel and Furope
Dubinsky is equally at home
in the national or the local scene,
having served as general chair-
man of the Jewish Federation of
St. Louis in 1950 and again in
1957. He is vice president of the
Jewish Community Center Asso-
ciation of St. Louis.
He is a director of the Jewish
Federation and a member of the
national boards of the Hebrew
University. United Israel Appeal.
Jewish Agency for Israel, and the
Weizmann Institute of Science.
Sidney Lefcourt, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, noted that the dinner
and reception in honor of the"
two distinguished guests "will be
an eutrtsnding opportunity for
leaders of Federation and mem-
bers of the Golden and Silver
Menorah Clubs to meet the rep-
sentatives of the Goodwill Mis-
sion.
"It will not only be an oppor-
tunity for us informally to learn
more about the current status of
the State of Israel, but also will
present an opportunity for many
of the leading supporters of CJA
who have been honored by mem-
bership in the Menorah Clubs to
become better acquainted with
one another." he said.
/. L Peretz lectures
Fifth lecture series at the I. L.
I'eretz Workmen's Circle School,
1543 SVV 3rd St.. beginning on
Oct. 27, at 8 p.m.. will run through
I to May, 1965, with sessions slated
to be held every second and fourth
Tuesday of the month.
,: .< .,
; connected with the welfare and
security of the State of Israel.
He has also served with the Min-
istry of Defense in Europe and
in France, and following World j I
War II was instrumental in col-J
lecting data and testimony on
Nazi war criminals which played
an important part in the Nurem
berg trials.
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vie Diplomat Country Club. The dinner will
onor the education directors of Jewish
i chools who have given three years or more
: f service to the community. New officers of
le Bureau will be formally installed. Claude
Pepper, Congressman from Florida, will be
featured speaker. Committee (standing left
to right) are Al Ossip, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schwartzman, Herbert Berger, Abraham Gittel-
son. Seated are Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Al Sher-
man, and Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau.
.'.'A SMASHING JOB"
Stop Appeasing Egypt: Nussbaum
WASHINGTON iJTAi Rab-
Max Nussbaum, president of
e Zionist Organization of Amer-
Aarned the 67th annual ZUA
r.vention that the Western pov. -
nu-l slop appeasing President
isser oi Egypt, "before it is too
The ;.ppe2.sement of Hitler, he
- id. produced the "greatest cal-
nity" in history, adding that
ere was a similar attitude" in
" Great Power.-" treatment of
isser. He said Nasser could be
ipped now but that "three or
it years from now. it will be
i late.'
He urged Jews to stir up tht
leadership in their communities
to organize t central body for
American Jewry, declaring that
the present "utter disarray"
hampered ruch efforts as help-
ing Soviet Jewry and fighting
anti-Semitism. Calling for pro-
motion of American Jewish im-
migration to Israel, he said an
aliyah of S,000 American Jews
annually was possible.
Israel Ambassador Avraham
Harman brought the greetings of
I.-rael to the 1.000 delegates. Yosef
Serlin, Knesset Deputy Speaker,
spoke on behalf of World Union of
General Zionists. Rabbi Irving
Miller, honorary chairman of the
Charge Misuse of Funds
Continued from Page 1-A
essure for liquidation of U.S.
-i in the region, and opposition
American policies in the Con-
Viet Nam. Cyprus, and else-
It was pointed out that
th tl and the Dem-
;:- expressed in
pted platforms,
i guard a
arm:- imbalance and aggression
ear East
In addition to Mr Farbste
sign d b)
i lement J. Za-
Edna F. Kel-
York; Wayne Hays,
OHara, Illi
irris McDowell, Jr., Delaware;
DOG RAGING
EVERY NIGHT
EXCEPT
SUNDAY
William T. Murphy. Illinois; Rob-
ert Nix, Pennsylvania; John Mon-
Bgan, Connecticutall Democrats;
and the following Republicans:
Representatives William B.
Broomfield, Michigan; Robert R.
Barry, New York; J. Irving What-
ley, Pennsylvania; Edward J.
Lerwin-ki. Illinois; H. R, Gross,
V'ernon Thompson, Wis-
consin,
American Zionist Council, dcliv-
I ered a moving tribute to the late
i Dr. Abba Hillel Silver.
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
1 cabled a greeting in which he
said more American immigration
to Israel was of importance to Is-
rael and would provide the
"stronge.-t links between" the two
I Jewries. He also said aliyah ol-
j fered the ZOA a "renewed par-
' iose."'
He said also that the mainstay
of Israel's security was the qual-
ity of its citizens and that past
| reservoirs of new migrants were
drying up and that new >ources
were needed to maintain econ-
omic growth and security. He not-
ed the recent Arab summit con-
ference at Alexandria and its an-
nounced aim to destroy Israel.
Serlin also commented on the
Alexandria conclave. declaring
that for the lirst time, the 13 Arab
countries had voted to use the
Arab refugees not only as a poli-
tical weapon against Israel "but
also as a military weapon." a ref-
erence to the Alexandria decision
to create a "Pale-tine Liberation
Army" of t es He said na-
tions giving aid to the refuge
Uld r.ot permit it- use as a
It to I-rael."'
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*Jewisti Fk>ridfi3in
Page 9-A
* 1
committed against Jews in the
name of Christianity.
the Christian vocabulary so that
it may never again be used
against Jews."
.
There was repeated insistance
that the statement about -reunion" Similar statements were mane
ol Jews was not meant to suggest by Archbishop Sopor, in refuting
' a conversion proposal but this was arguments from bishops from Mos-
i coupled with appeals to under- lem countries BS well as Con.-, i
island Jewish sensitivity on the vative prelates, that such a draft
[matter. Archbishop O'Boyle said would create problems for Catho-
' that "any even remote suggestion i lies in those countries. He also
I of conversion will recall the suf- went beyond requests lor improve-
: ferings of the past and the forced ments in the draft with a proposal
conversions imposed on them."' that the secretariat should issue
ne also asked for Council expres- "a guidebook" on Catholic-Jewish
ii n ol "an act Ol contrition'' for relations and that the Secretariat
pas) and present Christian sins should set up a permanent section
a ainsl the Jew- to In I J< isl lems
Archbishop O'Boyle asserted Archbishop Elehinger of SI
:,!- that the revi-ed draft was bourg franc. posed that the
eficient in truth and fails to Council ask p r. n or all I
consideration to the delicate the Jew! had to suffer through the
sensitivities that history has creat- centuries
,i ,n the minds ol these people." _____- ______._.!
\. ..-elected officers of the Jewish National
t and of Greater Miami are standing (left to
: lev W. Kogan, chairman of the execu-
tive board; Abraham Grunhut, comptroller;
t Fi.hman. vice president; Johan L. Ber-
man. vice president; Gershon Miller, chair-
man of Nominating Committee; Benjamin Ap-
pel. tieasurer. Seated (left to right) are Miriam
Press, co-chairman, JNF women's educational
forum; Leon J. Ell, president; Mrs. Jacob D.
Davis, recording secretary. Absent from pic-
ture are Will'am Bomstein, vice president;
Sam Schachno, financial secretary; Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, chairman of women's educa-
tional forum.
Ecumenical Chiefs Reworking Schema
ROME (JTA) The Vatican
[Secretariat tor Christian Unity be
gan work this week on amend-
ments to strengthen the disputed1
Idrafl declaration on Catholic-Jew-
I i.-li relations following two days of.
debate on the issue before
Ecumenical Council.
indicated it would be about three
weeks before the Council would
consider the draft and the
amendments.
statement was j
turies. a strong
long overdue.
The American bishops were sup-;
j ported by key members of the Sec- j
The revised draft was criticiz-|retariat, including Archbishop John
Carmel Heenan. the Primate of
the ed for diluting a clause absolving ^"gland.'^nd Archbishop Franjo
! Jews of the charge of deicide. re-1 Seper of Zagrebi Yugoslavia. They i
The debate m which scores ol j lerring only to Jews of the pres- pleaded for elimination of any Ian-,
prelates from the 2.5000 attending j ent; for dropping the word "dei- guage which might possibly be re-
the third session of the Council \ vi:lc- an(, {or a statement of the' garded by Jews as a bid for con-
took part, produced an overwhelm- trailitiona, Christian hope for ,. version.
Other American orelates who
lie warned his fellow -prelates
thai whal the draft -finally pro-
poses will be carefully studied bj
.lew S."
In calling for restoration of the
'iron;; Language on the decide's
charge, Bishop Leven dismissed
argtmeats that deicide had no
meaning in modern times and that
therefore the word should be ig-
nored in the draft. He called the
term one of "infamy" which had
been "invented by Christians"
who had "hurled this word against
Jews" not only in the past but
also "even in our own time."
With it, he added, Christians
"have justified every kind of
horrible excess" against Jews,
including "their slaughter and
destruction." He insisted that
"we must tear this word out of
Temple
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LATE FRIDAY
EVENING SERVICES
OCTOBER 9, 1964
8:15 P.M.
RABBI EUGENE IABOVITZ
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
and the Temple Choir will officiate
The Rabbi's Sermon will be:
"Ecumenical Election
And Equality"
THE GENERAL COMMUNITY
IS CORDIALLY INVITED
ling insistence on charges
strengthen the draft. A much '
Istronger original version was pre-
pared by Augustin Cardinal Bea.
of Jews with Christianity.
Many Jewish theologists inter-
preted that clause as a bid to Jews
resident of the Secretariat, which |(> convert. Cardinal Bea. in in-
vas introduced at the second ses- j traducing the revised text, made
* it plain he was dissatisfied with
the changes, citing them in de-
l-ion but not voted on. Between
the second and third sessions, the
[draft was substantially diluted.
(under circumstances which pre-
llates themselves indicated was a
mystery.
The fact that the draft had
been changed under such cir-
cumstances left uncertain the
fate of the drive to strength-
en it. The Secretariat is work-
ing with a list of 70 amendments
submittec1 prior to the opening
of the third session, plirs a
lengthy list of proposals offered
by prelates during the two days
cf debate on the issue. It was
tail and urging reinstatement of
the original version.
The majority of the American
bishops, led by Richard Cardinal
dishing, of Boston, Albert Greg-
ory Cardinal Meyer, of Chicago,
and Joseph Elmer Cardinal Bit-
ter, of St. Louis, spoke urgently
and eloquently of the need to re-
vise the draft to make it accept-
able "to our Jewish brothers."
The theme was heard repeatedly
that, against the background of
the use of Christian anti-Semitism
t,i persecute Jews over the cen-
prelates
spoke forcefully for a stronger
draft were Archbishop Patrick
O'Boyle. ol Washington, DC, and
Auxiliary Bishop Stephen A. Lev-
, en, of San Antonia, Tex.
Among themes stressed by the
prelates were the need to under-
stand the sensitivity of Jews to
the record of enormity of crimes
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(or advancing the aiaai of .J<
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..,< al Ibai aaeatat
Earlier, Speaker John w. Mc-
Cormack of the House of Repre-
lentativei, told the convi
that it "1 tantamount to treason
agaiaat world public opinion and
lieaeher) agafenat the 'harter of
the L'mt-d Natiotis" for any neigh-
boring itate to "contemplate the
deatntctian of I-.raii, or to seek
tl. daaaaga it. life m any way."
DeHrerfng the principal addresi
..' a luncheon Rep MeCormack,
Maaaechttaettl Democrat, pointed
out that tt,<- I nit*-') Nationi char-
ter dearl) states that, for na-
tion t', i,.- if.<-riii>ers of the UN,
'he<. must l peace loving in
character and not practice any
boycott or under lake any other
action which contravene, interna-
tional law and fundamental laws
o| the 1 N "
The luneheon addressed by
Rep. MeCormack was sponsored
by the American Zionist Fund,
fund-raising arm of the ZOA,
tendered in honor of Yosel Ser-
lin. Deputy Speaker of the Krts-
set, Israel's Parliament. Rep.
MeCormack commended Mr. Ser-
lin for his "personal and public
achievements."
A set tin
t h a 1
'the military
tneaajfe ef Israel i> for Bkt pre**?
tataaa el pi am lad not tee a*
iad feii* Mr MeCecaaat*
eiaaaiai if. that a* tang 1
laaaal k--e-; 1 aar V/eera-
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Citing Israel's rate of econ-
omic growth. Mr. Harriman said:
"Israel has been blenrvg e trill
for others to follow." He said
"the growth rate o* this indus-
trious and vibrant young demo-
cracy is among the highest in the
world." H lauded the "cour-
age and dedication" of Israel's
citizens.
Mr Harriman told of pla-
nuclea- desalting operation! in Is-
rael a- a y>int Amencan-I-raeli
venture !)* reported, however,
that "the important unan-
, t lion whether tne project
would Ue economical,'' but added:
"The pro-,-.' I it encouraging,
and the results of the study will
be made available to all nation-,.'
Dr Emanuel Neumann, honor-
r> president of the ZOA. toad
Um convention that it is "time for
President Johanna lo rcancai the
ituation and to adopt a new and
firmer line toward President Nas-
ser of Egvpt. the dictator on the
Nile
He asked the Administration to
adopt "a more hard-headed and
tic policy, baaed not upon
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Beth David Men
In Golf Tourney
Beth David Men's Club is spon-
soring it> lall goli tournament on
SuiuLty, Oct. 18. at the beautiful
Kollins Hills Country Club in Ft.
Lauderdale. Eighteen holes will
be played and electric carts fur-
nished.
Players will have the chance
Ol starting at either 8 a.m. or 9
a in. All reservations for the time
desired should be received oy Sol
Dresnick. 998 w. Flagier St., by
Oct. 12.
Experts and beginners will have
opportunities to win the many
prizes to be awarded.
iA* Affair
to Kcmember.
Youth Group of Temple Ner Tamid meets with
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, D. Dale Regent, chair-
man of the group, and Bruce Richman, edu-
cation director, to discuss the installation
dance at the Temple, 7902 Carlyle Ave., on
Saturday at 8 p.m. Young Judaea is sending
representatives from other chapters to the
Senior Young Judaea Group. Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz will install the new officers. Disc
Jockey Lee Sherwood and a well-known band
El Al President
Addresses ASTA
Confab on Beach
Brig. Gen. E. Ben-Arzi, president
ol El Al Israel Airlines, Wednes-
day called on members of the 34th
A'orld Travel Congress of the
American Society of Travel Agents
at Miami Beach to play a respon-
sible part in the steady growth
and development of the tourist fac-
tor in the economies of nations.
He warned the convention, gath-
ered at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
against the blandishments of the
.^i t-rich-quick gimmick, the here-
ay-gone-tomorrow operator, the
pIom the belt discount and the
under-the-table arrangement. The
El Al president was referring to
the pro-rata charter way <.i doing
[ravel business when he warned
the travel agents that "you must
orously improve your profes-
sional skills and technical stan-
dards lest the industry be infiltrat-
ed by charlatans and beset by
practices.
"High professional and rigid
ethical standards must prevail
to insure the harmonious part-
nership between the public in-
terest and private enterprise so
essential to the healthy growth
cf the travel industry," Gen.
Ben-Arzi asserted.
The continued existence of pro-
rata charters as a mode of low-
.i -t travel had taught the travel
jiidustry a bitter lesson. Gen.
lion-Am said. 'Every time there
)> a scandal, we, the scheduled
airlines, and you, the professional
travel agents suffer the backlash.
The press and the public care 1 it-
tie, fur the technicalities involved.
T hey blame us and you for the
shenanigans of promoters''
Gen. Ben-Arzi also reported to
the ASTA Travel Congress on the
effects of the abolition of pro-rata
will perform. Fin.t row (left to right) are Larry
Benes, Michael Moses, Lloyd Siegendorf, Rich-
ard Belitsky, Michael Levine, Alan Felsot, Phil
Florentine. Standing are (left to right) Howard
Buikholz, Larry Lang, Rabbi Labovitz, Alan
Unger, Wayne Pnchason, Reqent, Maik Lev-
enson. Joel Holtzman, Bruca Richman, Alan
Jacobson. Leonard Feldman, Robert Cohen,
Teddy Borkan.
of
Beach Bark
Plans for Confab
Miami Beach First National
'Bank will maintain a Hosp'tality
' Office for the convenience of vis-
tiny delegates to the American ,
bankers Association co vention on
Miami Beach next Oct. 25 to 28.
Located on the fist Hour of the
bank at the corner ol Alton and
Lincoln lids., the olficc will be
equipped with complete communi-
cations facilities, including a bank
wire. TWX and a Quotron machine
for up-to-the-minute stock quota-
tions. Typewriters. telephones.
Education dictaphone machines and execu-
tive secretarial service will also
be available.
The oflice will open Monday.
announcement ol Mclvyn From- Oct. 26. and remain open from !>
kes. chairman of the Bureau's to 5 daily throughout the conven
Adult Education Committee. tion.
The celebration, set nationally
bv the Jewish Book Council of
America for Oct. 29 through Nov.
211. will include book review ser-
vice for all Jewi-h organizations
in the community, book exhibits,
three public Book Festival rallies,
and a teen aye bonk review con
test.
The Bureau is now organizing
a committe to offer book re-
views to the community based
on a list of recent books of Jew-
ish interest published by the Bu-
reau. These lists will be made
available to libraries, book stores
and Jewish congregations.
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Charters to Israel. He called it
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(arner.-. travel agents, sightsee-
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charters to Israel had put the
business Of tourist travel to that
country back where it belonged
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.-...out.
He stressed that airline pas-
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an average annual rate of in-
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The pro-rata charter approach
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(0 creative and promotional fare consists ol Friimk,-. chairman;
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Friday. October 3, 19^
Arabs Protest Ecumenical on Jews
Abraham J. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, congratulates Steve Shantzis (center) and Steve
Weininger, presidents of the Junior and Senior Chapters of
United Synaaoque Youth aroups at the synagogue, on the
beginning of the year's activities.
Bay Harbor Meeting
Mrs. George Meisel, president
r.f the Bay Harbor Croup of
Hadassah. announces a paid-up
member-brinc-a-member toffee and
dessert meeting at Singapore Hotel
on Wednesday noon. Oct. 21.
Sholem Plans
Campaiqn Talk
Marvin Pcarlracn. president of
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rfth. an-
nounced plans for a 'Johnson-did
water" debate featuring national
and local issues, with Richard A.
Pettigrew, Democrat, and Ted
Slack Jr.. Republican, both candi-
dates lor the State Legislature.
presenting the views of their par-
ties.
Following their talks, they will
answer questions from the audi
rue after which refreshments
ill be served
Th" meeting u ill be held at Tern
fie Zamora, -l-t Zamora Avc Coral
Gables, on ["uesday at 8 p.m. All
1 mbers and prospective members
of B'nai B'rith nnd their families
are united to attend.
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USY Program
At Beth Torah
'"This is USY" will be the pro-
gram at the initial cet-to-gether
breakfast of the Junior USY Chap-
ter of the Beth Torah Congrega-
tion on Sunday morning, 9 a.m., in
the Synagogue's Social Hall. Steve
Shantzis. president, announced.
The breakfast will be open to
Junior high students, and members
nf the chapter who atte.fded re-
gional and national conventions
and the Leadership Training In-
stitute will give a report.
Rabbi Allen Rufchik. regional
director of United Synagogue
Youth's Southeastern activities,
will be guest speaker.
Others who will discuss aspects
of the USY program, including
social, educational, cultural and
religious, in addition to Shantzis,
will he Richard Kagan. Sanford
Kultler. Patricia Karp. Susan
Cavell ami Paula Ziukerman.
Activities for the coming numtlrs
will include dramatics, intcv-chap-
ter debates, hootenanies. service
projects and Oncg Shabb..t study
group.
Emanuel Feder serves a- ad
\ior of the group, which will
meet each Sunday evening at the
synagogue.
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ORT Meeting Wednesday
A travelogue on Israel will be
the program for the Miami Beach
Afternoon Chapter. Women's Amer-
ican ORT. general meeting on
\ ednesday, 11:30 a.m., at the
Monte Carlo Hotel.
LONDON (JTA/1 A formal
protest against Ecumenical Council
consideration of a draft declaration
to absolve Jews of blame in the
crucifixion ot Jesus has been made
to Catholic hierarchy leaders in.
Syria bj Premier Salah Bitar, it
v a.- reported here from Damascus
The Government issued a com-
munique, reporting that the Prem-
ier made the protest in meetings
with Msgr. Leopold Teoili, acting In-
ternuncio, and with heads of the
l atholic Church in Damascus. He
told the Catholic leaders that the
Syrian Covernment "does not sub-
scribe to the theory that the mat-
ter is purely religious" and that
Zionists were "exploiting" the mat-
ter at a time when the Arabs were
making renewed efforts to bring
the "Palestine question" to world
notice.
It was also reported that the
Syrian Government plans to bring
up the issue at a conference of
heads of "non-aligned states"
which was to open in Cairo on
Monday. The government's goal
is to enlist wider opposition to the
proposed Council action.
The Coptic Church of Egypt
charged that the proposed declara-
tion on Catholic-Jewish relations,
being drafted by the Ecumenical
Council, is motivated by "purely
political" considerations according
AJC Conclave
To be Expanded
Gathering of American Jewish !
Committee leaders from all over '
the nation at the Fontainebleau |
Hotel, on Dec. 3 to 6. has been ex-
panded.
The original schedule for a meet
ing ol the National Executive
Hoard has been enlarged to in
elude a regional conference of
southern chapters for an all-Flor-
ida conference. Some 250 dele-
gates and visitors are expected
Highlight will be a banquet Sat-
urday evening, Dec 5, open to
all AJC member- an I guests.
Local Planning Committee in-
clude.-- James it. Katzman, chair-]
man: Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Myron
M. Behrman, Alvin Cassel, Mrs:
Aaron Fair. Mrs. Chas. II. Fink-
elstein, David B. Pleeman, Wil-
liam E Gladstone, Mrs. Burton B.
Goldstein, David K. Hochberg,
Rabbi Samuel '/.. Jaffe, Mrs. James
R. Katzman. Raymond Lewis,
Mrs. A, Herbert Mathes, Baron
1I1 Hirsch Meyer, Sidney Meyer,
Col. Nathan B. Rood and Mrs, Syd-
ney l. Weintraub.
to a Cairo dispatch. the Vatican to avoid Loption of
The church's official organ call-, apy declaration that wi j ,i,si,e
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XCIIOHS
S<
ervices
ur ahal.
IVarl.
<::, a.m. Bar Mltavah: Her- Friday 8:1.4 p.m. tt""" r'.'"owN.i-!
.,, ,,i Mr and Mi>. Louis curl. LawlenHneM." Saturday
" .,,,1. Sermon: "A Man Anu.ni.- H*n
_____ I n-..- W'-va*1- '!. on "'" Mr i""t
Mis. Irvln Aionoff.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 C.rlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
., "" P.m. Batuntay 8:30 a.m
',"'".,,. Norman Alan, son ..i
1 ,;!'d i. Murray Dubfa. Ber-
, -Thf 8pWt of FaiUtfttUMM
.u.vaT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor la-ael Kershner.
ANSHE EMES. 2333 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative.
BETH DAVID. 2*23 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. RabOi Norman N. Shapiro.
rmtor William W. inton.
, v Ii l-m HAMW Solux.l
n.i.-iii- will be consecrated. Ones
i ,i.i.,i will follow service*. Saiur-
l;l.,. gar Mltavah: Mark ir-
,,,n Of Mr and Bra. Robert
. -.ill
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.

BETH ISRAEL. HI th St. Ortho-
dox. RanEi Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mamchec.
... Saturday R:SW a.m
|. m,-. .. Howard Roy Bent.
BETH KODESH. HO1 SW 12th Ave.
n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben.An.
| .. ;, in Sermon: "A Loal
r i'. p.m "The i'"i -
:. is p in "The Flood
Imnilm

BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
.V. Dioie Hw>. Conservative.
C. inter Hj.il.lil Fein



CANDLE LIGHTING TIME
3 Heshvan 5:39
Moral I..-.-son of th<
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Kennedy Aaaaa-
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
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ICr.nl.-iy s: i.". p.in. Dlwcuaalon Bab-
Uith. Saturday 11 a.m
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
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Krldas tt p.m. Saturday '.' a.m. Ser-
Pearl
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Krieger, secre-
BETH RAPHAEL.
O'thcdox. Ralph
t.-i. y.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
A, Conserv lt.ve. Rabbi Max Lin.
IChity. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
ban in.
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feat in I.". in Bai MU-
Pavij v..... Mi and Mr>.

B'NAI .RAPHAEL HO' NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
CantAr Jack Lerner.
r iii
I!

i
p.m. Sermon: "Youth
I i s.i-i i. -......ducted by
it.' itloi L'HV
FLAGUER GRANAOA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld- Cantor Georqe Goldberg.
Ki i.i-.iv 6:30 p.m. Katurdaj !> .i m
I Inl Miiv.-.: Jay. s..n of Mr. and
Mix Bernard Lofrue. Mlncha :30
.FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
HEBREW ACAOEMV. 2400 PinetrVt
dr. Ortnoaox. Rnobi Alexander S.
Gross.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Friday S:50 and R:15 p.m. Sermon:
Can Mankind i Baved?" Satur-
day :. urn Bar Mltavah: Slan Har
vev, s..ii of Mr. and Mra. Jack Orua-
by, Mlncha 6:80 p.m.
-----
5EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
tervative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Nen.
M1ATH VKSHl'ltrX
i lav 5: IS and 8:1 i p.m. Ranni
i:,|,|.ii w hi consecrate 51 student*
.. l, have entered Religious School
Rului'ilm v IS a hi Bar Mltavah:
Kdward' Wilson. Mlncha 6:43 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So Miami, Refo.-m. Rabbi
Herbert Ba imgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
|., r. ii I.. Salurda> ": in h m
s. mil n !' "id Waters ol Noah,
Mlnchn ". |i in

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14!h Ave. Reform.
Rabin Samuel J.iffe.
I i. in. Sermon: Reai i -
i .. i'|-| ivn mon> nnmlna
soi ... I ir ii id Mi Marcus I. Zlmi
TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 7500 SW
120th St Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morns SkoD. Cantor Herman Gott-
lie" ,
; I,.-,. ". ,. in i ini-i! Shuhhul pan
. : ,,.. i tin-in. "The .-I.
v.i. in i wiHh i-'" Sal
In in ii in, s.i.....n: "Life "i Noah
v \, ,|,| l ,i iv III i ;! -'-Ill Hi'-
.-,.i. ib.....I ..' both the neu Shall-
i ami Kl liltiHh, nHHlKted hy the
n. i i .....i liolr .lii" ted b> C'antoi
liol il
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St Conservat.ve.
Rabbi Mo.Ijii M.ilavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steim-r.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
I i,;.i\ s IS p.m. Sermon: "Our Re-
-....iisil.ilitv as Yoiimc -lws." I'ecella
Cohen and Stewart Herahey who nt-
i.,,l,.i iii.- Hummer National ueaa-
ithIiIp Inatltute. National Kederntlnn
i of Temple Vouth. will !> gueat Bpeak-
;,rs. snturdn; i":i" a.m. Bar Mlta-
vah: Steven Lawrence, mm < \'r
Hi Mra. David Hendel: Gerald Ar-
thur -..ii of Mr, and Mrs htomuel
Itncofl
im.n: "I'ortjon of the Week."
Mltavah: Michael, son of Mra.
Ilubln.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
ii-i.la- 8:1.* |. in. Sermon: "Rcumen-
!i-a!. Kliiiion, mill Kquallty." Hat-
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nieo Feldman.
Friday 8:80 p.m- Bermon: "The
Pamlliea Munater, Ami Adama, Adam
and Master." Baturda) B:4B a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Kobert, son ol Mr. and
.Mrs. Kli Kins.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
'18100-NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
FVlda} 6:13 p.m. Sermon: ">oaB a
Generation and ours."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95'
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Bar ivi.i;
p.m.
Saturday !i a.m. Saul
Bllverman, a graduate of Temple
Tifenth Jacob Hebrew School and
,., Il.lir.w llicli School, will conduit
ill. services with Bernard Nrman
reading the Torah.
---------
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Diekson.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waa-
man.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Bermon: "Tin- Rab-
bi and Political Should or
si,ui.iiri Her Mas Mltavah: BJae,
laughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Ben Ber-
k.iwlt*. Saturday a.m. Bar Aiiiuiuh:
David, son ..r Mi. and Mra. Prank
Weinberger,
----. -----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Friday 8:30 p.m. s.-rnion: voyage*
to Remember." sisterhood will host.
the unri: Bhabbat. Saturday a.m.
I Sermon: "Portion of the Week.
YOUNG ISMAtL. 9*0 NE 171t St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday Ii p.m. Saturday '. a.m. Ser-
ii,..n:' "Portion ( the Week.
'Vanishing' American Jew Mustn't Vanish
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201'TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabb
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof
llSRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conrervative Rabbi Shmarvahu
T. Swirrky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SVNAGOC'E 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodor. Rabbi Abraham Wem-
schneibt i
k-. Ukiv B 4"i iii Katurtla> '" a m
,iii on Ploo of WordH Mln-
lli.i IB i
[NESE'IH ISRAEL. 14"5 Euclid Ave.
[ Orthodox. Rabb David Lehrfield.
I Cantor Abraham S;.(.
liAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
[Washington At Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham St. laafeld
e
INYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
P737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
ilEV SHALOM 011 Normandy Dr.
rthodu>. Rab:.- Phmeas Weber.
hian.
Lakeside
MI'NORIAL PARK
AND
1ARDLN MAISOLFIM
"THE SOUTHS
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEV.ETERY"
N.W 25th ST. at 103rd AVE.
TU 5-1689
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi j
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alea- '
ander Cohen.
----- ----
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW !
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
I i i.i;.\ s:sn |. in Sermon: '' i ne
i ha I ki 11. i. i.l.-. the VerdictNot
ltli|lt\ tlpen forum dlseiissioii and
Sluibbat In follow. Pn Hilda)
:3ii a.in. TeenaKe Oroup, Chaverlm,
will conduct Junloi ^onKretratlon aer-
vlei-H.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cintor Hirsh Adler.
I i i.i.n .. |. in in main sanctum > Bat-
urday m Pulpit urn-si. Ru.....
II.nil.in Coin ii
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St.
Reform. Rabbi Jos'nh R N'"'
s r. p in Sermon: rhe
Em.inuel Goidon
18771946
Harry Gordon
1903-1964
A !ood \.
la M.-c- To l'u- Treasured
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magazine article entitled "The
Vanishing American Jews" has
evoked considerable debate these
past few months, there is great
doubt among us that we will ful-
fill the prophecy of losing our
identity and failing into obliv-
ion On the other hand, there i
serious concern regarding the
present spiritual and cultural
shortcomings of American Jewry.
and tin' quality of the religious
commitment we can expect from
future generations as a result,
It is especially noticeable that
our youth ol today do not have
too vital an appreciation of their
heritage, To many young peo-
ple. Jewishness is nothing more
than a birthmark, because their
religious education was lacking.
They make no attempt to hide
the tact that they are Jewish,
but neither do they glorify it
through their way of life.
Through ignorance and indiffer-
ence they find smug satisfaction
in emulating the personality ot
Noah whose biography we read
in this weeks Torah portion.
They commit themselves to the
minimal "Noahide" command-
ments which might have sufficed
in ancient society, feeling no
need to aspire to higher moral
and ethical ideals.
What we have to fear more
than the vanishing of the Jew is
the vanishing of our Jewish heri-
tage, and with it the vanishing
of the still small voice among
our youth. And this threat comes
at a time when the Jewish com-
RAB6I MMU 10WV
Ihe father role
inanity in America has more
freedom of religious expression
than at any time in history.
What can we do about it? The
answer is simple: enhance the
enducation of our young people.
The job is being done in our
temples and synagogues. Spiri-
tual and pedagogic leaders have
pooled their knowledge to pro-
vide the finest and most compre-
hensive curricula for the limited
.time allotted. They have engag-
' ed worthy teachers for their
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students think and act as Jews
when they are confirmed in their
faith.
The home is where this educa-
tion is undone. The permissive
atmosphere that prevails en-
ables youth to decide how much
they shall or shall not receive of
their religious heritage. Unfor-
tunately, this is due to the fact
that religion in the family has
become chiefly the mother's con-
cern; and the mother is usually
the more permissive parent,
while the father is the disciplin-
arian. When lathers renege on
one Of their greatest responsibili-
ties, namely the religious edu-
cation for the spiritual well-be-
ing of I heir children, and permit
such education to become a mat-
ter of whim or fancy, what can
we expect but a disappearance
of the Jewish heritage, and a
return to the law of Noah?
If the fathers in American
Jewish families would reassert
themselves and recapture the
image they have lost in the eyes
of their children in matters of
religion, if they would set an ex-
ample for their young when it
conies to piety and study, per-
haps we could begin to cope
with the serious shortcomings
which we face today.
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Friday, October 9.
1964
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Meet the Leader of the New Formed Israel Education Fund
EET

Ben
u
-.d. now
rate pro-
tbe I -
he Fund will seek to
earn-
r -.:; Bn years, for
on ary eiftca:.'n I-raeia
noed
and it u an : natural tha-t
Beega I ha fund
be headed by a pel
-
Mr Bensl<
He baa been a
the Board of Edu-
-] <:i New York City for
man;. Furthermore, he
.man of the Board of
atioa Committee on
buildings and was primarily
aaifela for an S800.000.000
program involving the con-
strue- more than 350
lore just the man
;:- to be president of the
drive for se
education in Israel espe
since he has taken an ac-
tive interest ia Israel
since the establishment of the
Needless to
that Jo-eph E Meyerhoff. the
well-known American philan-
thropist and outgoing national
chairman of the United J>
Appeal, is similarly best fitted
as chairman of the board ol the
Fund His reputation as an
American Jewish community
: devoted to th<- cause oi
Israel has long been establish-
ed Mr. Bensley, who is i
Je throughout \Ur
country, but uho Is now eoming
to the forefront ol national
Jewish leadership, has been
quietly active in the United
Jewish Appeal for year- and
made trip- to Israel >S a raera-
l it of the UJA study mi--ion-
He has visited Poland on a
l.JA study mission.
Horn in New York 57 years
he i- the son of a Jewish
-rant from Russia who
had reached America with onl>
cents Hi t bis
to bra degree, and toda;
speaks w,th the fluency
er and the confidence
^elf made millionaire, both oi
which he is. He is president i
a petroleum company v -.
distributes petroleum product*
In 1948. he was appointed '
the New York mayor I
non-alar rd of Ed
post and became a
ing tighter for better sch<
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
Morality and Rigid Behavior in a Specified Fashion
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR TODAY. By
Robert I. Kahn. 133 pp. New York: Double-
day. S3.95.
RA3BI ROBERT I Kahn, authoi Lot
leader votame
thi Ten Commandments whose sise babes il <
,i by !h'- Jtiii natura.
the earlier book, this one looks with wil
humanity ai th* ce our three-tti
de to the problems ol today. Nor
does the spiritual leader ol Houston's Congregation
En anu El upti a around the more difficult precepts
those having I > do ith honesty, adultery and kill-
ing i-',r these, which oiten seem in gravest
ipardy In the face "i twentieth-centur; i
ii survival and 'freedom." Rabbi Kahr re
, ,. ,, rven hi so ktity
ision "i the ancient prophets car mes
Met ted
Hi- dii>i ission ol "hi- prin icj >l God espee-
impelling. "One I idolatry is i>os-
ses.-ing or manipulating God h<- writes, point-
out the myriad ua lich we put the Lord
Son alt are extremely worthwhile, of
eless, they should not come oefore
God The Commandment is broken unless G
. first.
And God is first, he points out in an earlier
chapter or: the first Commandment, because with-
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
New Society of Right-Wing Grcups Here
Washingtonl
a new < has n vented that|
'^ organizations a.
thrh ing ini lin ightl
i] 'i I
ol rightist organization
tripl ii' een 1958 an I 1963 B itj
Gen Id I. K Smith mitic!
latioi Crusade |
did not do as well. His income increased iron
in 1958 to $288,700 in 1968. Rightist elements
Ii d open .nt; Semitiam did much better.
ill- tud) was made by Group Research, ol
ton, D.C., an authoritative organization
which gathers information on conservative political
nemii lobbies bus] organisations.
An estimated total 4 130.000,000 woe spent by
rightist groups in isikj. The 30 leading organizations
accounted lor sil.300.UO0 Of (his sum. Going back
to 1955, the Bind? found that right-wing organizations
have been growing at the rate of 17 per cent an
nually.
The study ranged from out-and-out bigots, such
Bl Gerald I. K. Smith and the late Conde Mc-
Ginley's "Common Sense."' to racist groups like
the Citizens Councils of America and beyond U>
non-racist conservatives advocating extreme lais-
'aire economics.
The so-called Christian Nationalist Crusade is
the principal organizational vehicle of long-time
anti-Semite Gei L K Smith who proiits person-
froi Semitism. His n "The Cross
Flag, i- reminiscent of Nazi literature The
fir i "princ pie" ol this movement is to "preserve
:.i istian natii n, being ci nscous ol
the fact tha- then is a h n zed campaign
ti tition for Christian train
aw aifa ETA M SHRD R SHRD II SHRDLU LLU
>nce un overed that at least some ot
Smith's b ickei > support the John Birch Society,
principals ol the Penthouse trust, a Boston
philanthropic venture, are Miss Hope Gray and
M iss Olive Simes They are not only endorsers ol
the John Birch Society but stockholders in Robert
Welch, Inc. Gerald L. K. Smith listed the two as
contributor: to his group.
An estimate was made that the anti-Semtic hate
butors do not as a rule show up a- important back-
er-, of the more respectable right. There are excep-
tions. Smith's major support is broadly based with
live, ten, and twenty dollar bills coming from many
sources.
Yet the Smith records also show that F. J .Mar-
tin of Toledo. O., gave him 37.792 and ('. Cleveland,
of Fort Worth, Texas, presented $3,096.
An estimate was made that the antiSemitic hate
group pubii-h;ng "Common Sense" earned $160,000
in 1963.
As We Were Saving: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Problem of Public Support for Private Education
THOSE WHO support our public SCboOll
pas ionately, those who fear the
Washington on public schools bj way
financin and those who fervent!)
ampion or fervently oppose federal aid
" i parochial and Other private schools
e finding little nourishment this yeni
either the Democratic or Republican
atforms. The former spoke hazily and
id wishfully of the need lor more money lor education;
a latter place, emphasis on a belief that the si
ither than Washington, should have more to suj about
children's schooling.
As to the Presidential candidates, we BOW have the
ices of both, as given in early September, to Df, K. S
antes, of Dallas, editor of the Baptist "Standard.'' Sen.
Idua'er is recorded as saying that if federal aid tor
education is authorized, it should be made equally avail
le to all, whether public or parochial schools. Million.-,
1 children in non-public schools need aid just as much
. do those in public schools, the Senator point.- out.
He said also that he continue- to oppot I aid
to education because it i< "..n improper in an by
the cent!al | into a publ l< nl
Johnson, I in the tradition ol the late President
Kennedy's stand on this complex issue I I the Baptist
ir thai he op| ose an] Fe ei
it Bssi tarn e -< h ols, which does no) ii
to the American tradition of separatio rch and
in the first amendn
only the economic factors, but -.'
with Supreme Court decisions dealing with religious
observances in the public school- give edge to such in-
sistence "Recent Supreme Court decisions make it rather
clear that it will become increasingly difficult to help
children from a rationally theistic world view in public
schools," Professor James If. Hanlon of the Catholic
institution, the University Of Detroit, ha- written. And
he couples this expression of disappointment with a pro-
posal that Catholics make it clear that parochial school
children are entitled to a just share of any federal monies
-pent lor education.
I ;- meanii ind ;( history -
then life it-<-:f i- diminishe
chance and happenstance, time become-
- lack all significance.
ii is ij ii .- sense "ur purpose in h:-'
no) il event follow i nt, but creation le
ing to event not Just wave- beating i I
. h ves of time, but a river Bo*
that time ha- any mean;-..
any big ificance."
Fo. chapter b< chapter. Rabbi Kahn with un-
and the kin fire which b>
th relore goes thi ugh Command-
liter (.'""lmandment. picking his examples
rorali and folklore and every-day life H<
- -< n lingei at the gossip, at the pettj
thiel !. />. at the unthinking. He doe- il
. thoul sorting to popular psychology, and he
gives nj quarter to the commercial exigencies ot
the da>
In a sense, he quietly indicates that morality
.- :.:i absolute: in order to be moral, one behave-
in a Ci:t: in lashion, and these are the rule- of that
fash I eriod. Rigid?yes. Difficult?cer
tainl) Argument?none It i- a long time since
p e have spoken in such ab-olute term>; we
.....d to permitting all sorts <>f considerations.
R I ii !-. its not It is i estoring to hear it
UN listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
Human Rights at UN
United Net!
HE UNITED NATIONS (ieneral As
sembly, which usually convene- for
- annual session in September, will
[not gel under way this year until Noi
\ good look at that date indicates
the reason: the IN. like all of us. is
waiting for the American elections to
I be over.
Should Johnson contrary to all poll predictions
be defeated, circumstances would alter seriously, and
a new delegation would take over here on behalt of the
United State-. But whoever represents the U.S.A., one
thing i- certain: Human rights will still be on th* UN
agenda. The U.S. approach might differ, but the subject
will be with us neither the large bloc of African na-
tions, nor the Jewish organizations represented here on
Hie non-governmental level would ever permit the subject
oi human rights to be dropped.
Just to make sure that the subject is kept alive, a
Jewish organization here has already entered a memo-
randum dealing with human rights. The group is the
Consultative Council of Jewish Organizations, which
. presents the Anglo-Jewish Association and Alliance is-
raelite Universelle, including Alliance's "Caradi.,n
Friends."
The CCJO submission, is a reminder, but an impor-
tanl one it is linked to the fact that, in I9tf. the Uniti I
Nations \s ;,, observe International Human Rights V
I he fact that the observance i< tour years away does nut
mean that planning lor the event is not needed
Quite the reverse It t ikes a verj long tune to com;
plans for an international event of thi- kind, in i
field. In the field of human rights, the time lag l cer-
tainly not too great For very few subjects here I
received more verbal acknowledgment and less com
action than the items connected with human rights
The CCJO ha- made some concrete proposals in con-
nection uiih International Human Right- Year one of
the proposal ur.es that an international conference on
human rights, to be held in 1968. examine the objectiv-
of the UN's human rights programs and evaluate the
method, and techniques for the achievement ot those
objectives
The world organization's human rights program is
very large, very ambitious and verv far from its basic
goals In 1M8. the L'N adopted without a dissentin*
vote its Universal Declaration of Human Rights


Friday. October 9. 1964
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9815
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No. 64C10768
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54IVAD REALTY
York corporation,
coin
KAMI'EI
a New
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"And I want ycu children to always remember
he's still your father a schlemiel and a
nudnik though he may be!"
Copi. 1964, Dovnu Pi oJ
LEGAL NOTICF.
AM.Kit, HAltllY ADI.KR and MIAMI
BEACH FEDERAL 8AVIN LOAN ASSOCIATION, n National
Ranking Corporation!
Defendants.
NOT.CE TO APPEAR
IN" TUB NAME t'F I'll ESTATE
<>! FiAHtlli.v
TO: SAMUEL ADDER
L'ltx SSth Street
Crvokyn, New York
HARRY ADDER
Residence Unknown
I \U. other and unknown persona
k.ivlng or claiming I" have any right,
till, or interest in the property which
Is the subject matter of this suit,
, an'l property lying and being In Dade
[ C-unty. Florida, and more particular-
gilb described as follows:
Lot lb. Block 6 of LINCOLN
^H -' liOIVISIll.N. accordion to the
I1 u thereof, recorded in rial
I Honk s, at Page 69 of the Public
L Recorda of Hade County, Florida;
Cu'.iher with the buildings and
approvements thereon,
vou AND each OF YOU are
r.-by notified that a suit has been
id in the above-named Court bj the
tbi.M iuiiimI I'lainttif tor the purpose
of .me. linn ,-ei-iaiii deeds made by
Hai:i:y ai >i.ei: m -ami 1:1. AMI.El:,
anil liv s\Ml'EI. AI'l.ER to ZUCAD
: ii.rv i-i u:r.. and bj HARRY
AUII II I" ZM'AII REALTY CORP.,
all -.nl d> .ii- 1H1 ting title to the
ah.. d, 1 iIm ,1 1 1 : 1 ty.
l>|- ARE HEREBY ORDERED
.piii. ii to flic your npp< arunce,
or answer III said suit on
riure the 8th day of November,
and in default of such appear-
pleadtng or answer a dei re<
an, sso will be cnt< red against
nod each ". S "' ll"1 idgmenl
^Ijault iil be tak.n agiilnsl you
^Bff,,. relief il< nianded in the
HE and ORDERED
ty. I-1 1 iila, this 2.th
temhi 1 "".i
E l;. LEATHBRMAN
Jlerk of th. Circuit Court
By: K. M. I.Y.MAN
1 leputy Clerk
S. ESSEN
AttajBay- for Plaintiff
^^N ESSEN
Of Couns
U<*& Ainei IMMdiiiK
Mtnuil, Fl
' ', 1. 16. 23
IN THfv COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. S4522-C
ate of
TOBIAS,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCFRY.
No. 64C10731
ARE IE \NKKL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANN CAHII.L: prni.lt" SERVICE
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
a New York corporation: and
El WARD I.. STAN I 1 IN,
I >!'. iidauts.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANN CAHII.I,
238 North 16th Street
Rloomfleld, N. n Jersey
YOU" ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint to 1-orVclose Mort-
gage on the following described prop-
erty, to-wtt:
lt I, H.....I; SEN TAN VIL-
LAGE SECTION ONE, according
to the plat thereof, r.......d.d in
Plat I look :,". at Eat.- :!". of the
Public Recorda of Hade County,
Florida: together with all im-
provements tliere.-n and all furni-
ture, furn'shinus. fixture*, <|itip-
iiinii and appliances therein con-
tained, and any i eplacetn, tits
thereof,
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other pleadlnga to the
t'omplainl on the Plaintiffs attorney.
ROBERT II. TRAt'RIG, 1135 ilul'ont
Building, Miami. Florida, on or be- )
for. th.- 2nd day of November. lv>',4. 1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10135
11 & 1: INVESTMENTS, INC.
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
\ a.
ESSIE MITCHELL,
a single woman,
1 lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ESSIE MIT' lli:i.l,
1 Tolman A\enue
1 Don, >t.-i. Massachuselts
YOi: ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Complaint to Foreclose Agreement
for Deed on the following described
property :
l.oi 10, Block 2. of FIRST M'lii-
TlON TO Al.l.AI'A'I'TAII SCHOOL
SUBDIVISION, accoruing 10 no
Plat thereof, as recorded In I'lat
Book 7. ai Page 1 19, of the Public
Records of Pad.- County, Florida.
has been brought against you, ami
you are hereby notified to serve a
copj of \..... answer or pleading upon
EVAN OLSTER, Attorney for Plain-
tiff, ::7l^ West Flagler street, .Miami.
Florida 83134, and file the original in
the offii.....I the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, on or
before the Bird day of October, IS64,
otherwise the allegations of said Com-
plaint will be tuken as confessed bj
you.
DATED at Miami, Pad.- County,
Florida, this 15th day of September,
1964.
E. B. I.EATIIEISMAN, Clerk,
Circuit i'ourt, Dade Cocnty, Florida
(seal) By: HELEN EESSI.EH
Deputy Clerk
' 18-25, l" 2-9
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* Jen 1st FhridH&i)
solicits your legal notics*.
W appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
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tor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 64C 10601
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned petitioners, HILDA
MORA MAKES..... behalf of her min-
or son, JORtiE ANTONIO PORRAS,
whose residence address is 24*0 S.W.
3rd Stre.-t. Miami. Florida, intend to
apply to the Honorable Francis J.
Christie, Judge of the Eleventh Judi-
cial Circuit in .....I for Hade County.
Florida, at his office in the County
Court House, at 9:23 A.M. on the
34th da) of November, li"i4. or as
-0111 there.uter as they may be
heard, for an oid.r changing the name
of JORGE ANTONIO IHHeRAS to
GEORGE ANTHONY PORRAB, by
which name he shall thereafter be
known.
Oaled at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this -'.".th day of September, lntll.
s, Hll.OA MORA MAKES
s JORGE ANTONIO PORRAS
WE1NTRAUB, \\ EINTKAEP.
..- CRIST! IL
21 North, ast First Avenue
Miami 33131, Florida
ll\ : A. JAY CRISTOL
10 :'. 1 '. -'!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64365 C
IN KB: Estate of
HBRMINE E. Knl.l.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Aguinsi Said
Estate;
You an- hei by notifb tl and re-
quired t" or. .-.in any claims ami de-
mands which you may have ugalnst
th.- estate of HBRMINE li. Km.I. de-
ceased late ol luide County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges of Dade County,
and file- the same 01 duplicate and
as provided In Section 7::u.li, Florida
Statutes, in th. .1 offices in the Coun-
ty Oourthouae in Bade County, Flor-
lua, within mx calendar months from
the time of the lirsi publioation here-
of, or the same will be balled.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this nth
day of September, A.D. 1964,
WALTER .1. KolJ.
As Administrator
Firsi publication of this notl on
the 16th day of September, IV64.
MERVYN I.. AMES of
George, Ames A: Rllter
Attorney for Administrator
Suite 3WI Uiscay lie Hide..
iy W. Flagler St., .Miami. 1 la.
H/ii-.'"p. in 8-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 10146
IK IBERT V BBRDBS,
Plain-iff,
\ s.
JACQEEI.1N BBRDES,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl I: Mrs. .la. .pi.lin Helios
,- o William Nicholson
lilsl St 1. 1 ,v 831 h Avenue
Till!. ) Park. Illinois
You mi h.-i. i.> notified thai
Complaint for Divorce has been fil
against you, and vou are requli
-, ve a -op\ of your Answer
Pleading to the Complaint on tl
plaintiff's Attorney, .1. David 1-n
man, 20 .southeast First Avenue, A
ami. Florida and file the original A
swer or Pleading in the office of t
Clerk of th,. Circuit Court on or 1.
fore tin 33rd day of October, l>i
ii vou fall 10 do so. judgment bj d
fault "ill he taken agalnaf you 1
th-- relief demanded in the Complali
I SINE AND ORDERED at Mlai
Florida, this 15th day of Septembi
\ I), 1964
E. B. LEATHEKMAN. Clerk,
circuit Court, Hade Cocnty, Florid
(seal) Bj : C. P. C< ll'EUANl
1 leputy 'lerk
.1. i lAVID LIEBMAN
2" S.E. Hirst Ai
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
18-25, 1" -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10202
N< >RMA VICTORIA GIRO de
If you fail to do s,
Confesso will he fHed aKHinst you for
tie ri lief demanded in the Complaint.
DATED: September 29, 1964.
E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
By: K. M I.YMAN
1 leputy Clerk
10/2. 9, 16, 23
Decn of Pro POUTOE
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAI I.
Tl
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MIDLER,
SUIT
DBRRILL MILDER
S. AI U.l.r:i I,
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
Florida in and for dade
county. in chancery,
No. 64C10763
lioI.EAl! SAVINtiS BANK OF THE
CITY 1 IF NEW VI IRK
Plaintiff,
\ s,
ROl.l.AND DBRRILL
el tl\. el at,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
lit i|.LAND
111 ,1 MARY
HIS VVIFB,
I "2 E. '.Ih StMet
Ligonler, Indl
u ai,- hei 1 o> notifii d that th*
,- ruptloned in :> >n hiis hei n In-
stil uti il against you in the Clri ait
Court oi the Eleventh Judicial circuit
of l-l irldo in and for I 'ado 'ounty
to foreclose -1 mortgagi upon the
following described real property:
l...t 19 Block 71 NORWtHlD
FIFTH ADDITION, SECTUiN
(INK, according to the Plat there-
of, recorded in Pint Book S3 Page
- ol the Public R cords of Hade
County, Florida, together with
Westlnghouse Refrigerator III.-
IIA and Venetian Blinds.
You are required to file
|sive pleading to plaintiff's
ROD AN DO POl'TOU
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: II.M'l. ROLANDO POl'TOU
San Miguel No. B39 entre
MarQUes Gonsales
y Lucerng
lla\ ana. I'uha
Y11I" ARE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your an-[dent,
swer to the Complaint on the Plain- :'o,i
tiff's attorney, LESTER ROGERS,
whost ad.....- is 931 N.\v. 14th
str.-et. Miami, 1 lorlda, and file the
original of the Answer in the office
of the Chrk of the Eleventh Judicial
circuit in and for I'aile County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 2nd day of No-
vember, l!"it. In default of which the
Complaint "ill be taken as confess-
ed li) you.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. &6825-A
IN RE: Estate of
si hie kari
I 1, .IS, ,1.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICAT.ON FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is heiei.y given that I
have tiled a Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Dlsvnargi
us Executor ol the estate of SOF1E
KARY, dec. used, all.I thai oil the
3Vth day ot October, 1964, will apply
to the Honorable County Judges ol
1 lad. County, Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
and final discharge as Executor ot
the estate ol the above-named dece-
This 26th day of September,
I'ATI D th 30th day of Set t.-m-
1. 196 E. 11. 1. lerk 1 : ATIIEKAIAN 'irciiit Court
1 1) : K AI. I.YAIAN
Dei cty Clerk
10/2, 9, 16, 2.1
JOSEPH ROHM, Executor
Estate of SOF1E KARY*, Decease!
KL'RT \\ 101.1. ISi'll, Attorne)
Estate of Sofi,. Kary, Deceased
1*0 Almerln Avenue
Coral 1 lables, l- lorida 33134
m 2, 9, 16,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C "
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 10111
DOLORE8 I'.oWEN.
Plaintiff 1
vs.
ERNEST BOWEN
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EKNEST BOWEN
Kesldenoa Unknown
You. ERNEST BOWEN, are hei
by notified that a Complaint for 1
ii.iv. ha- been filed anainst you, ai
you are required to serve a copy
your Answer or Pleadinir to the Cor. -
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney. A
fred Kreialer, >1 Alnaley Huildin.
Miaml, Florida and file the orlgti
Ap-u. i- or I'leadinir in the offic..
th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court on
before the ii'ih day of Ootober, i"
if you fail to do so, Judgment by d
lault will Im taken against you 1
tin relief demanded in the Complali
DONE AND ORDERED at Aliai
Florida, this llth day of Septeml
A.ll. 1964.
E. I:. I.EA .-HERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court, Dade Cocnty, Florid
taealj By: C P. COPELANJ
I leputy clerk
M.FItEl) KKE1SDER
'ol Ainsi.y Building
[ Al'alui. E 01 out
1 Attorney for Plaintiff
1'1S-.S. 1".-
ln RE:
PAUTsU
s
d.
PICE TO CREDITORS
To AU Cr. .: '
HavInK Ci.
Said Watate:
Tou age hi"i !> notified and requir-
ed to BTCSellt any cLiilns and de-
mands Which vou may have aiiainst
the eataAe of PAULINE TOBIAS de-
ceased kte of l'ad.- Cousty, Florida,
to the County .ludc.- of Hade Coun-
ty, attdl file the .-am. m duplicate
and a. provided in Si.-ilon ?::: Hi.
Florida Statute-, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty, Flarlda, w tlcn -.\ calendar
months from the tune of the first pub-
lication herein, or the same will be
ha-red.
Da toil at Miami. Florida, tin- 2::rd
day of Septemli. ;. A I 1 p.m. I
MAC MEHMEI.I.
As Executor
Urat puhll. aiioii of this notice on
I the Inrt -'a- ,,f (K-tober, pilil.
MAC MERMEEI.
Attorney fur a.j,e. r
1900 S.W. Third Amu
9 lfi It
with th.- Clerk Of the aforesaid Court.
and serve a copy thereof upon plain-
tin s attorney MARTIN FINE, Dade
Federal Building, Miami. Florida
33131, not later than November 2nd.
1964, or a Decree Pro Confess., will
be entered against you.
HATED: September 29. 1964.
E ll DEATHERMAN,
CUrk of the Circuit Court
By: C. 1.. ALjBXANDEU,
Depotv Clerk
MARTIN FLNE
Hade Foderal Building
Miami, Florida. 311131
10/2. 9. 16. 23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 10147
JOHN DENBRO,
Plaintiff,
>-]""'- .SARAH .\i. DENERO,
mptalnt i,,.,iant.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the anderaignad, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam, of
HEVKA-KIM STABLE, at 12 N\V
12lh Avenua, Miami, Florida, intend
to regiater said name with the clerk
of the circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
LEONARD It. McMILLEN
25 West Flagler Stret, .Miami. Fla.
OEOROE NICHOLAS
612 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami, Fla.
QBORl IE NICHt IDAS
Attorney for Applicants
BIS N.W. 12th Avenu.e Miami. Fla.
9/83, l" 2. ;'. i'i
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAH AI DENERO
126 Harding Strei t
Sj racusv. New York
You, SARAH M. DENERO, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for liivorce has been Hied
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. SANFORJ9
II. KRAMER. One Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Reach, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
ill the office of tbe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 2:*.rd day
of October. 1961. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will he taken
atainst you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice .-hall be published once
eRch w.-.-k for four consecutive vvi eks
in THE JEWISH FDOR1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 15th day of September
A.D. 1964.
B. 11. i.E.vniERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade Cocnty. Florida
(anal) By: C. P. COPEDAND
1 puty Mark
SANl-i iRD 11 KRAMER
On.- I Incoln R id Building
Miami Beach, Florida JE 8-43 I
At im ney for Plaintiff
9/1S-2A, 10, 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64212
In RE S'state of
All >LLY SBDLIK WEISS, 11 k a
MOLLY SBDLIK
Deci ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agiilnsl Saul
Estate:
You an- her.l.y notified and requir-
ed to present any claim- and demiinds
which you may have agaiuM the
.stai. of MOLLY SBDLIK WEISS,
a k a MOLLY SBDD1K deceased late
of Dad,. County, Florida, to th(
ty Judges Of Hade County, and file
the same In duplicate and is pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Kta-
tutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Had,- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tiiu. of tin- first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 2-th
day of September, A.D. ISM,
N'ATII \.N SEHI.1K
As Adminlstr ItOT
First publication of tills notice on
the 2nd day of Oct., 1964.
KENNETH M MYERS OF
MYERS. HEI.MAN KAPLAN
Attorney for Administrator
1100 S.W. lsl Street
Miami. Florida j:!130
1S.2, fl. 16, a
wife if llialrle
thai
he. 11
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF. IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of i.ol.HlES L4QCOR STORE at 1210
N.W. 82nd Avenue. Miami, Florida,
intends to register -aid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 lade Count 1, Florida.
EDNA RUBIN,
Roll Owner
LEON A. EPSTEIN
120 Lincoln Road,
AI ialili 1 leach, Flo! Ida
l"i2, '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7672
THE WI I.I.I VMSBURUII
S.W INt IS B VNK,
Plalntiif,
\ -.
CAR.M EN PHILLIP COR1CA and
1 'I iRJi A. his
el ai.
I ii '. ndant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: RICHARD UDICKMAN
12:1 West 57th Street
New Y01 k, Ni u Yotk
You are hereby notified
ai.,ne captloned action has
stltuted against you In the Cil'CU
i'iiiiii of in,. Judicial circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Dade County to for
a mortgage upon the follow!
di nbi d '. ai property:
Lot IT Block 17 First Addition
Cltj according to the i'i
thereof, recorded in Plat Hook
at Pagi 19 of the Public Records
Dnde County, l-lorlda.
You me rauuirod 10 file your ai
wer to plainiiil"s complaint with tl
clerk ol the aforesaid Court, ai.'
s.iie a cop\ thereof upon plaint ill -
attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Floe-.-.
Dade Federal Building, Miami
Florida, not later than October 1-.
1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso will
entered against you.
HATED: September 11. 164.
B. R. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ts.aii By: J. J. nelson
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
llth I-,'-'1 Hade Federal Bids.
Miami 2.2. Florida
_______________9 18-25. 1"
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ih
the undt rslgned, desiring to 11 ;.1 -r.
bualness under the flctitloUB name ,
FOCUS at Post Office Box 177 Norte
W, st p. neb, Aliami. Florida 8814T
Intends to register said name with ll
Clerk ol thi circuit Court of Dsi
1 Vunt.N Flo- Ida.
W I 1.1.1 AM I-:. Hul
THE.....RE M TRl'SHIN
Atiori,. > for William E, Hoy
, 13-25,


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Section B
i To Interview Top Career Women
.ing the opening party of the Federation of Jewish Worn-
: the Eden Roc Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 22, are (left to
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, vice
dent, President's Council; Mrs. Milton Green, vice pres-
ide:/, arrangements; and Mrs. Jean C. Lehmcn. chaiiman of
the ;;ay.
Spotlight will shine on a group
of distinguished Miami career
women at the opening party of
Federation of Jewish Women
taking place Thursday. Oct. 22. 12
noon, at the Eden Roc Hotel
Mrs. .lean C. Lehman, chairman
of the day, and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man. president of the Federation
of Jewish Women, announced that
television star Molly Turner, ol
WLBW-TV. will interview the panel
for the program entitled. "The
Wonderful World of Women.'
Panelists for the occasion in
chide Mrs. Charles Pinkelstein,
civic betterment; Mrs. Paul James
Furlong, lav ; Mrs. Maury Glaub-
man, ait: Mis. Howard Grove, "I
The Jewish Floridian, journalism;
Mrs. A A. Hayden, principal, Bay
Harbor School, education; Dr.
Ema Klass. medicine: and Mrs
Margaret N.< man Stearn, busi-
ness.
Mrs Milt in Gn en is chairman
'il arrangement; for the afternoon
at which the panelists, all prom-
inent in their respective fields, will
spotlight the role ol the career
woman and II. housewife in ser-
vice to the communitj
"I am very pleased that this dis-
tinguished group of women will
take time from their busy sched-
ules to be with us on Oct. 22," Mrs.
Lehman said. "I am certain they
will provide a stimulating opening
meeting tor the Federation ol Jew-
ish Women."
Lorber Unit Member Lunch
Lorber Chapter. Children's Asth-
ma Research Institute and Hospi-
tal in Denver, is having a mem-
Cant Breathe," will be shown.
The Asthma Institute i~ the larg-
est facility of its kind in the coun-
hership luncheon on Tuesaay noon (|.v )()r thc tI.,,ami,nt of youthful
intractable ashmatlcs and the
only place in the world dedicated
A film, "Help Me Mommy, I solely to asthma-allergj research.
at tin- Yorkshire Inn. 5820 Bird
Rd.
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New
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its 1
ly-elected officers nf the Women's Committee of Jewish
ly and Children's Service include Mrs. Mcx V. Cogen
nd from left1, president; Mrs. Howard Scharlin (far lei!),
David Kirsh (second from right) ond Mrs. Eugene Katz
vice presidents. Tboy arc shown planning the corn-
's benefit movie, "Nothir.g but the Beit," scheduled fcr
'ami premiere at the Parkway Theatre on Nov. 5. Pro-
will go tc fie JrCS Group Treatment Hcme. Mrs. Katz
:.ving as chaiirna \.
n
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bv ISABEL GROVE
pried on Friday. Oct. 2.
ig m Chicago, golden anni-
V) v for Mr. and Mrs Max
i; again fell on a Friday
11, year of 1964 ... in honor
oi te occasion, the Miami
Kr,. ,iiv social Club, which Gar-
shag serve- as president, enter-
taii i for the couple ia*t Sat-
un night, and presented them
Witt a gold clock Cay music.
dancing and refreshments spark-
ed the affair, with Mr. and Mrs.
A. Stobsky, also celebrating their
501 anniversary, gharing in the
good wishes of the guests .
cring congratulations to
both couples. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff of Beth El, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Braff, Mr. and Mrs. Isi-
dor Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Rovner, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Aronson. Mrs. Max Abramowitz.
Mn Click. Mrs. Jacob Wiess
and Mrs. Anna Cortez '"
Se] iber, while visiting in Chi-
the GaTShfigS were feted
at. a pre-anniversary cocktail
par:, hosted by daughter and
son-in-law Florence and Marvin
Pauls, of Glenco, III.
The couple have two other
daughters, Belle (Mrs. Harry
Baron, of Skokie, and Ruth (Mrs.
Irving) Weprin, Miami Also
four grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Heart-shaped cake with pink
icing "ill say "Happy sweet
18th birthday to Rosalind" on
Saturday at a luncheon given by
her parents, Mr and Mrs. Rob-
ert M Merritt, at the Algiers
Hotel ... A full-skirted pink
and white chiffon frock chosen
by the tall, blue-eyed teen-ager
for the special occasion ... A
junior at Miami Beach Senior
High, talented Rosalind won a
national award recently for a
wood cut which made thc cover
of National Art Education Maga-
zine She'll also design the
cover for her school's 1965 Year
Bcok Guests at the lunch-
eon will include her grandmoth-
er, Mrs. Morris (Anne) Alpert.
and her mother's sister. Evelyn
[Mrs. Milton) Nussbaum. as well
as classmates.
Long time residents Anna and
Louis Baida will host a family
dinner party on Saturday night
in the Starlight Roof ol the Doral
Beach in honor of their 25th wed-
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Friday. October 3, n
64
Miami Hadassah Chapter Member
Meetings in Kick-Off on Monday
5c --. Florida Region aartjonal board Harry Rosenblatt national vice pres:cer.-
memberi who will attend a national board Standing, are Mn ''ca garet Newman Stearn
o Mencc -.: Womeo'i American C?T in At- Mm Harold Schneider Mrs Louis Barer, re-
Go from Od .2 to .:- am seated 'left n r orertdent. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. and Mrs.
-. .-.---.-. .''.-. Horer.ce Kupperman, Mrs. Wil- George Linden.
..'-.-.-. :.:..-..-.-. :-. .''.-. 'o'.oh. Glcssrr.on, and Mrs.
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T mple Beth An lor a mem
ini a-men
Van Zamlt
present v... i 1
In an origii
Meat hin at em
Chai Grcjp
:,takfa^t meeting at ..--.-_ -
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;71st St Guest :
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Also to be present,
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speaker- A :.
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Christopher Columbus 1
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3uc Ofi fc Purdue
' ORT Fashi SiM
Tie Southeastern
Florida of Women'- Amer
lean ORT irai held last week at
the Deenvflie Hotel
With ntary by Mrs Jos-
I ;.r. Wilke-. the show featured
designed and made by
(a bion skills in ORT
E irope, the Middle Eat
re! North Africa Mr- Brnest
Bobnea is fashion coordinator of
the Ri .'--1
Mr- Jacob '/la-sman. Region
Up i president, stat
rnaking up the
hov *ere the owtward expn
of the powerful yearning oi
ten for the best and
I itiful in life
OR! world largest voluntary
Technion Women
Planning Brunch
Mr
P
tdent of
mi Beai h banter, Worn-
'.f the American So
cietj lor Technion, has announced
fal program with a member-
i rin bei brunch Friday
the home oi Mr and Mrs Her
King Cole Apartments.
000 Bay Dr at ] pm
'I.-.' Imerican '[thmon Societ)
celebrating the fortieth anni-
versary of the opening of Tech-
in Haifa Israel. The first
'la. of 30 itudenti entered m
1984
Technion is the only univei it}
a the engineering icience and
the sole source oi Israel'i urgent-
ly-needed engineers, architects.
technical and resesreb people
The Miami Bench Chapter Worn
en'i Division i- a non-fund-raising
organlation, and through it, due,
provide! scholarships frr needy
indents
Mrs Ben Zion Ginsbnrg is
chairman of the day. Leo Rut-
stein, Southern regional director
of the American Technion Society,
who recently returned from a trip
to Israel, will address the group.
A color sound film, 'The City
Called Technion." will be shown.
vocational training and education a member agency of the United
agency, and for more than eight jev, ,in Appeal
decades the vocational training ______________
agency of the Jewish people, main-
tain- over 600 installations in
more than 20 countries. it is
training 40,000 itudenta in more
than To modern trades, rani'ins
from basic carpentry and metal-
ork to electronics and precision
f'Oland-die making. Since its in-
ception in 1880. more than 1.000.-
000 ha\e acquired trade- in ORT
boob
Women'] American ORT ll a
n embership organization affiliat-
ed with American ORT Federa-
tion, which currently receive!
funds, exclusive of membership
due bj -pecial agreement with
the Joint Distribution Committee.
Befh Jacob Sisterhood
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold
it- fn general member-hip me.-t
ing on Tuesday, 7 30 p.m.. in the
David Whitman Social Hall Plan>
for the coming year wiu be made
lor fund raising, with monie- ear-
n.arked for Talmud Torah schol-
ai ibipi
Opti-Mrs. Will
Visit School Here
First general meeting of the
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
.nil be held on Tuesday. 11:30
a.m., at the Barcelona Hotel.
Following the meeting, mem
ben and friends will visit the
Montanarf Clinical School in Ilia-
leah, where the club maintam-
Krholarshipfi for emotionally-dis-
turbed children. Trip will made
in air-conditioned buses
Tour will include a visit to the
new clinic, to be Opened official
ly later this month when the Opti-
Mrs. will be honored as hostesses.
Program chairman. Mrs. Gene
Troop, will narrate the history of
the school during lunch.
Mrs. Louis Pilzer, president of
the club, will conduct the meeting
during which future plans will be
discussed.
Mt. Scopus Group ill meet at Melvin L Green and Ted S
Beth David at 12 30 p.m. Mrs. Finkel. of Ted S Finkel and Ass
Joel Belov, American affairs ciates. are attending Purdue In.-
chairman, and Mrs H. C. Moser. versify Pension School from Oct.
Zionist affairs chairman, will be 12 to 16.
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1964
+Jewisti MoriaTtcif
Page 3-E
Sinai Women Hold Program
Officers of the Hebrew Academy PTA who
were installed Sunday by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal, featuring Mrs. Norman
Gladsden, artist and Academy parent, are
seated (left to right) Mrs. Morris Waldman,
Mrs. Sam Shapiro, Mrs. Samuel Rosner, pres-
ident; Rabbi Gross; Mrs. Leo Reinhard and
Mrs. Harry Rosenberg. Standing (left to right)
are Mrs. Leonard Adler, Mis. Raphael Sinuk,
Mrs. Miltcn Ehrenreich, Mrs. Albert Cohen,
Mrs. Shmaryahu Swirsky, Mrs. Maurice Kell-
ner, Mrs. Zvi Berger, Mrs. Lillian Meyer, Mrs.
Charles Simon and Mrs. Simon Simkovic.
Garden Club At Beth Am Set for Friday
Community Singers Rehearse
Seventy-five members of the
Miami Beach Community Singers
are preparing for their next can-
tata to be held in the Ida Fisher
Auditorium on the last Sunday
in November. The Choral Group
meets at 7 p,m. each Thursday
at the Fisher Community School,
1424 Drexel Avc., for a sight-
reading class under the direction
of Ben Yomen. President is Gcr-
tmde Cantor.
:
Dade Garden Club will have its vine, treasurer.
first open meeting of the year Fri- Mrs. Norman
day, 9:30 a.m., at Temple Beth _
\m.
.Members and prospective mem-
bers are welcome to attend, and
will be taken on a tour of the
club's award-winning project, an
authentic Hebrew Biblical Gar-
len, now installed at Temple Beth
Am.
The club was recently honored
[or its garden with an award in
the Churches category, in the
third annual Hands project con-
test, sponsored by the Sears Com-
munity improvement Fund. A
lour of the St. James Lutheran
lunch Biblical Garden, in Coral
Gables, is also 'planned.
New officers of the club are
Mrs, Si Lawrence. president;
Mrs, George Gittelson, first vice
iident; Mrs, Dory Auerbach,
second vice president; Mrs, Wai-
ter Kaye, recording secretary;
S a m u l Goldstein, cor-
: rtding secretary; Mrs, Al Le
BB Women's Council
In All-Day Seminar
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
:i is sponsoring its second
annual executjve training confer-
ence on Sunday, Oct. 11. at the
Holiday Inn. 1350 So. Dixie Hwy.
The all-day seminar of work-
shops in human relations and lead-
ership training will begin at 10
a.m., and run through to 4 p.m.,
with a break for lunch.
Over 150 women from B'nai
B'rith Women's chapters in the
Greater Miami area will partici-
pate.
Mrs. David Sachs, president of
the Miami Council, has also re-
ceived reservations from Holly-
wood and the Palm Beach area.
Prof. Virgil Picstick will con-
duct the workshop on "Human
Relations." Prof. Picstick is
assistant professor of Human Re-
lations at the University of Miami,
and chairman of the Department
of Human Relations.
Mrs. Shepard Lewis, vice pres-
ident, District 5 BBW, will con-
duct a leadership training work-
shop.
"Procedures and Policies of
B'nai B'rith Women"' will be the
subject of the workshop conduct-
ed by Mrs. Murray Skup, oflicer
ol District 5.
Luncheon speaker will be Edwyn
I ewis, regional director. Florida
Council on Community Relations.
Ray Berrin are co-chairmen of the
Todd and Mrs. Biblical Garden Project.
Sisterhood of Temple Sinai of
Hollywood met Tuesday evening
at the Temple.
Social Actions Committee, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. Nat-
alie Freedman, and Mis. Gerald
Rosen, program and cultural vice
president, presented "The Minori-
ties lace the Challenge of the
Day."
Guests were Kev. George M.
Champion, spiritual leader of the
Ward Chapel. A.M.E. Church;
Mrs. Cato Roach, educator and
administrative dean at Attucks
High School; and Mrs. Alice John-
-on. homemaker and youth leader,
ail noted Negro leaders in the
community.
A musical offering was present-
ed by the Attucks High School
choir under the direction of Mrs.
Wayne S. Brooks.
Official Welcoming Committee
included Mrs. Morton Balick, pres-
ident; Mrs. Gerald Rosen, pro-
gram vice president; Mrs. Natalie
Freedman, chairman of social ac-
tions; Mrs. Bernard Tayman, fund-
raising chairman; Mrs. Norman
Youth, vice president; Mrs. Jos-
eph Perry, membership vice pres-
ident; and the following members
<.! the board: Mrs. Kenneth Shane.
Mrs. I'uth Jacobson, Mis. Ernest
Michaelson, Mrs. Monroe Feibus,
and Mis. Charles Cohn.
Program coordinator was Mrs.
haac Jacobson, with Mrs. Morris
Singer and Mrs. Hobert Pittel do-
ing visual aid-. Mrs Elsie Fine-
man was in charge of refresh-
ments, and Mrs. Samuel Frey an-
nounced hostesses lor the mect-
i."g were Airs. Herman Beller.
Mrs. Irving Block. Mrs Ralph An-
son, Mrs. Burton Arkin. Mrs. Irv-
ing Cohen and Mrs. Zachary Coh-
en.
The D'var Tcrah' was ven
by Mrs. David Shapiro.
Hemophilia Unit
Luncheon Slated
Mrs. Delia Delancy. life presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Hemo-
philia Auxiliary, will be hostes-
to a luncheon on Thursday. Oct.
15, at noon in her home. 1409 Biar-
ritz. Dr.
The afternoon will serve as a
wek'.ime to new members and hon-
or all life members of the or-
ganization.
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coffee al her borne KM No Baj
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memberi '.f Uh Women'i Commit-
tee for th<- Temple Beth Bbolom-
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A lilting her will be Mr Leon
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Tours Israel
For Seven Weeks
Hermine Huskat, d
!' and Mr David M lakal
'.,' 21', So Shore Or Miami
Beaoh, bai ret urned home after
a seven week travel, wort and
lu'iy program in I-rael.
The vivacious 21 year old girl, a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School, v ho attended Syracu a
University m Syracuae, NY, was
among 650 American and Canadian
itudenti participating in the ieth
Israel Bummer institute, sponsor-
i'| r,y the American Zionist Youth
Foundation.
As part of the seven week pro-
gram, she toured throughout Is-
rael, from the city of Jerusalem
to the Bad lea port of Eiiat.
Al to Included in guided tours
were visits to archaeological and
hi torieal tttea in all parts of the1
country, men as < ae aree, Ifaaaa-
da and MaglddO,
III Mu leal p<-nt two weeks
in kibbutz, where die and other
In iiiutc member! worked in all
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Council Expands
Volunteer Service
At Aged Home
More -<:.-_ .-.: a.:! lerve
of the Jewish Hoene for
the Aged when new volunteer.?
from the National Council of Je*
ish Women attend the Home's an-
nual volunteer orientation and
training coarse on Monday at & .%
a m Th<- orientation program is
part of the < Taming and
-ion which all volunteer]
ven prior to
and
-;p of the
-. chairmen
orientation
to offei -v. vol-
I. iu Gordon, Coun-
cil Sei
gram at the Home,
I'f made by
me professional -t^ff Mr-.
Sadie Con on,
ben, ca.-e
/ ork supervisor, ill d
Gardens, its resident
and the role assumed by
I volunteen in the Friend-
ly Visiting and Oroupwork pro-
grams.
The expansion of the Home's
volunteer service program has
been given the highest priority at
Douglas Gardens, With the pres-
ent doubling of the Home's capac-
ity from 105 to 217 residents, the
need for increased Council Vol-
unteer participation is greater
than ever before. Now in its
tenth year of service to the Home,
more than 50 Council volunteers
currently serve the residents as
Friendly Visitors, letter writers
and groupworkers.
Rabbi Brooks on Radio
Rabbi Herahel Brooks, spiritual
leader of Temple Zamora, will ap-
pear on the Rabbinical Hour over
Radio Station WGBS on Sunday.
Oct. il and Oct. 18. Rabbi Brooks
will discuss A New Man in a New
World" and The Strength of Id) al
ism." The radio program will bc
on the air at 8:15 a.m.



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- 2 to 4 p..T. Round-trip
transportation pick? up the chil-
dren at their respective aeh.
rc-turnin? them o their home
the end of the day. A new pro
nrn. called The_ Challenging
Fn< to 5-year-old
iren and is offered three :
45 p.m..
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At the North County "Y."
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kindergarten through second
grade; newspaper club foi
through sixth grade boys an? girls
Wednesdays, 3:30 p.m..
It and second crade
- and girls, a musical comedy
performing gioup for third thn
-ixth grade boys and girls, a musi-
cal comedy performing group tor
third through sixth grade boys
and girls; Thursdays. 330 p.m..
Beth El Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will hold its first monthly i
luncheon on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.'
Funds raised are earmarked for
the Hebrew School.
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Friday, October 9. 1964
XJfewifA fh>rkJ/ar
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Miami Beach Groups of Hadassah
Planning October Meetings on Monday
mi Beach Groups of Hadas-
, ay pUfluing Octobe*- meet
Branded Group will meet for
i at H:30 a.m.. on Mon-
,it Ihe Fontainebleau Hotel.
nembership will he
-Tribute 10 Life Members." A
. Bfl program will be featured.
[dei I tfrs. Elizabeth Stein-
bitch.
Bjy Harbor Group will meet at
Ihe Singapore Hotel on Monday at
r.ion. Luncheon will be served.
Mrs. Henry Wernick will give an
account ot a recent trip to Israel.
(rating with slides.
\i:s. George Meisel, president.
:i conduct the meeting.
Either Group meeting at the
U'l Aire Hotel at noon will serve
ucaeon on Monday. Member-
will be highlighted with a
nee musical program. Mrs.
Il.ittie Safir is president.
I. R. Goodman Group will meet
(he downtown building of t.he
Washington Federal Savings and
I an Association on Wednesday
u i ning. President Mrs. David
Sliellist will conduct the meeting
He'il Group will meet at the
Ron y Plaza Hotel on Monday at
tioon. A luncheon will be served,
and Mrs. Milton Weinberg, pres-
ident, will be in charge of the
program highlighting membership,
t liet Gale uiii entertain.
Henrietta Siold Group will hald
:i meeting at the Algiers Hotel o
Monday. Reireshments will be
served, and a membership pro-
gram with Mrs. Maurice Cahn as
speaker will precede a movie on
membership. Mrs. Herman Fel-
ler is' president.
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Israeli Group meets on Monday
;,( the Algiers Hotel at noon. Re-
leshments will be served, and
membership will be highlighted
nith a skit. Mrs. Sam Appel is
president.
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Mcrton Tower Group meets on
Wednesday noon at the Algiers
Hotel for a paid-up and new mem
hen-hip coffee and cake dessert
party. Mr-. Phyllis Ruben, mem-
bership chairman, will present the
Morton Towers Players in a mem-
bership skit. -They Said it Couldn't
be Done."
Mrs. Eman.iel Mentz is presi-
dent.
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Renanah Group announces a
special membership luncheon to
take place al the home uf Dr. and
\lt*. liiehael Horwits; 4.>ii> Mich-
gan Ave. .\ membership skit by
in- presented. Mrs.
i it.n.i:i Fasl i- president.
Hannah Senesch Group meets at
Hie Algiers Hotel on .Monday al
12 noon. Refreshments will be
serv d and membership high-
I, A report on the Hads ah
on >.l convention in Los An-
gles will be given by Mrs. Eva
Blum, and Mr-. Sam Feldman.
president, will conduct the meet-
ing.
Shalema Group will meet at the
DiLido Hotel on Monday at noon.
Refreshments will be served. A
membership skit and a variety
musical program will round out j
the program. Mrs. Irvin Shapiro
is president.
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Emma Laiarus Group meets at
'he Washington Federal Building
in Normandy Isle on Monday at
!i:3C a.m. Luncheon will be
erved.
Mrs. Norman Meyers, chapter
membership vice president, will
peak on membership, and Mrs.
Nina Renaud Will render a musi-
cal program. Mrs. Jack Wolf-
Icin. president, will conduct the
meeting.
Sculhgate Group will meet in
the evening in Southgate Terrace
it 7:30 p.m., on Monday. Con-
vention report will be given by
Mrs. Ray Kaplan in addition to
d program of entertainment. Mrs.
Joseph Rosenberg is president.
Stephen Wise Group will meet
at the Deauville Hotel on Monday
at 11:30 a.m. Luncheon will be
served to paid-up members. High-
lighting membership with a skit
will be Dr. Zev Kogan, guest
speaker. Mrs. Manning Mintus is
president.
Mrs. Alvin Katzif and Mrs. Louis Fegelman, co-chairmen oi
Temple Israel Sisterhood's annual membership tea, check
plans for their Oct. 21 affair in Wolfson Auditorium.
Beach Miss
Wins Award
Arlene Schler 13. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Schler, 1323 1311
Ter.. Miami Beach, has received
a merit award in a continuing
program of the Dairy Council o
South Florida to honor achieve
ments of school age children in
Dade County.
Ariene. who excels In both voice
and piano, has studied al Fosi
Conservatory and sung at Tern
pie Emanu-EI. She has won twe
awards in science, four in the dol
contests sponsored by the City o
Miami Beacn. is an A-average stu-
dent and edits the front page to:
her school paper, the Format, a'
Ida M. Fisher Junior High School.
The Dairy Council is interested
in achievers in many fields, and
young people through 12th grade
are eligible. Nominations can be I P.O. Box 316. Coconut Grove Sta-
made to Mrs. Ruth Kassewitz. | lion, Miami.
Club Formed For
Single Adults
A club tor single adults with
an informal program of education-
al and social activities under the
ices W 'he Ida Fisher Com-
munity School has been announced
by Abe Rochstein, director.
The group will sponsor lectures,
films, dances, and tours of points
of interest in South Florida, utiliz-
the facilities of the Fisher
School.
Dr. Samuel A. Feldman. chief
clinical phychologist with the Juv-
enile Court Psychiatric Clinic, was
to address the group on 'Problems
it the Single Adult" at an open
meeting on Thursday evening.
Manuel Grossman is president
pro-tem and Pauline Lupowitz,
secretary. There is no fee for
membership.
Adult education classes are now
in progress at the school located
at 1424 Drexel Ave.
Sessions are planned for 16
weeks of two-hour classes, and 10
weeks of three-hour meetings.
Courses range from English
ind Spanish to sewing, painting'
nd psychology.
MiSS AtLtNi SCMUR
-ight for Sight
Program Tuesday
Rhoda M. Levine Chapter of the
'ight for Sight League will hold
\ meeting on Tuesday noon at the
'ontainebleau Hotel.
Jordan Davidson will present a
i ram featuring poetry. Sche-
luled are:
Joseph Auslander, professor of
loetry. Harvard; Vivian Laramore
tader, poet laureate of Florida:
'lorence Pick, music critic and
Uthor; Hannah Kahn, poet; Ada
ireenfield, composer and poet;
ind Ruby Vogel Levkoff, poet.
Music presentation will feature
Rasha Rodcll on the guitar.
In charge of reservations are
Mesdames Blanche Quasha, Sylvia
Spiegel and Rhoda Levine.
Young Israel
Fashion Show
For its sixth annual member-
; ship tea. Young Israel Sisterhood
I will present a fashion show on
Wednesday. 8:30 p.m., in the soc-
ial hall.
Membership chairman, Mrs. Sol
Kalchman, will be assisted by
Mrs. Joe Gropen and Mrs. Mur-
ray Frand.
The afternoon will feature fash-
ions by Lory's, entertainment by
Andor Kellert, and refreshments.
President of the group is Mrs.
Harry Lerncr.
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A collection of good one-dish
meals is a source of joy to the
busy housewife who likes to offer
her family interesting and varied
but easily served meals. When
the weather is cool, these may be
casseroles, but on wilting sum-
mer days the salad that is almost
a complete meal is the answer to
I he problem of what to have for
lunch or dinner. No matter what
the weather our bodies still need
well-balanced nourishment, and
Mich salads provide it in a form
>.. appetizing that they stimulate
even the most languid appetite.
For today we have two tempt-
ing recipes to add to the collec- j
turn One contains meat, the
other fish. The Beef and Vege-
tal S'lad, with its meat, pota-'
to -. and l-ect*'. is really a very !
hc."."ty rtteh, but so pretty it seems
to I"- much l-vhtcr than it really
is. Ihe taste is delicious. The
Seaside Salad has just the right
combination of flavors and tex-
tures to delight us on the hottest
day. Crisp celery, juicy grape-
fruit, and an unusual tangy dress-
ing provide a perfect contrast to
the delicacy of the fish and maca-
roni. This salad is really light.
but is packed with fine nourish-
ment.
Beef and Vegetable Salad
2 teaspoons white vinegar
1-4 cup vegetable oil
1-4 teaspoon salt
1-1 teaspoon paprika
1-8 teaspoon sugar
1-8 teaspoon kosher steak sauce
116 teaspoon black pepper
1-16 teaspoon garlic powder
2 cups diced, cold cooked beef
1-2 cup diced, cold cooked
potatoes
1-2 cup canned diced beets
1-2 green pepper, finely diced
1 hard-cooked egg, diced
1-4 cup well-drained sweet
pickle relish
About 3 tablespoons mayonnaise
Lettuce
In a mixing bowl place the
\inegar. oil. salt, paprika, sugar,
steak sauce, pepper, and garlic
powder Beat until blended. Re-
move all fat and gristle from the
meat, cut it into '2-inch dice, then
measure it. Peel the potatoes and
CUt into '--inch dice. Drain the
beets thoroughly belore measur-
ing. Thi< is important, as the
liquid would make Ihe sal id too
watery. Add the beef, potatoes,
Deet-, green pepper, egg, and
relish to the dressing in the mix-
ing bowl. St'r gently to coat all
Ihe pieces, then cover the bowl
and refrigerate at least one hour.
Gradually add just enough mayon-
naise to moistenvery little is
needed. Pile the salad on lettuce
in one large salad bowl, or in 4
individual bowls. This amount
serves 4.
Seaside Salad
2 cups diced, boiled halibut
2 cups cooked small macaroni
shells
1-4 cup sliced pimento-stuffed
green olives
1 cup sliced celery
1 1 -lb. can grapefruit sections
1-2 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons chili sauce
Lettuce
1 teaspoon well-drained white
horseradish
Additional whole, stuffed green
olives a< garnish
Salt and pepper to taste
In a mixing bowl place the hali-
but, macaroni shells, olives, an'!
celery. The shells may be slight-
ly cooled or cold. Drain the
grapefruit sections thoroughly,
reserve 2 tablespoons of the juice.
and cut the sections into bite siz
ed pieces. Add them to the hal;
but mixture. Blend the mayon-
naise, the reserved grapefruit
juice, chili sauce, and horseradish.
Stir lightly into the salad. Taste,
and add salt and pepper as desir-
ed. Cover the bowl, and refric-
erate at least one hour. Pile the
salad on lettuce, either in one
large bowl or in 5 individual bowls.
Garnish with the additional whole
olives. This amount makes 5 por-
tions.
Halibut is suggested for this
salad because of its fine, firm tex-
ture, but if preferred, other white-
fleshed fish steaks may be substi-
tuted. Fresh salmon, with its dis-
tinctive flavor and pink color, can
be used when you wish to create
an interesting variation of this
salad.
Library Dedicated
By Women's Unit
At Cancer Center
A Library-Conference Room
was to be dedicated to the Wom-
an's Corps of the Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute at!
.Miami on Thursday.
A gift of the Institute board ol
directors, the library is located
on the main floor of the build-
'ng and houses the volumes of
research and reference material
..hich will now come under the
supervision and maintenance oi
Ihe 13-unit Corps.
Dedication ceremonies beginning
at 1 p.m.. were to be attended
b> Mayor Chuck Hall and mem-
bers of the Institute Board.
Greenberg Unit
Meeting Tuesday
Opening meeting of the Chaim
Greenberg Branch of Poale Zion
will take place Tuesday, 8 p.m.,
at the Farband Labor Zionist Cen-
ter, 842 Washington Avc.
To be honored are Dr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Soroff, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Nash and Mrs. Leah Not-
kin, who have returned from a
trip to Israel.
Election of officers will take
place. Mrs. Frances Packar will
entertain with a selection of pop-
ular Israeli and Yiddish songs.
President Dr. Simon Wilensky
will conduct the meeting.
Jennie Grossinger, world-Iamous hotelwoman, of Miami Beach
and New York, receives a bouquet frcm Col. Carl Monzel Jr., at
the Marine Barracks, U.S. Naval Base, Brooklyn. N.Y., while Lt.
Col. James P. Mariades holds a plaque awarded to the "first
lady of the Catskills." The ceremony was part of the United
States Marines' special program honoring Mrs. Grossinger
"for her years of service and aid to Marines and other mem-
bers of the Armed Forces." The pioqram included a guard
mount and evening parade at which Mrs. Gtossingei was the
reviewing dignitary. It was the first time the Marines at the
Brooklyn base: elected a woman for that honor.
Synagogue Ladies
Hold First Meet
Over 50 women, founders of the
.Incob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue Sisterhood, convened for
the first time at a Sukkoth meet-
ing last Thursday.
Temporary officers were ap-
pointed, with Mrs. George Simon,
president pro tern, Mrs. Herman
Schneider, Mrs. E. G. Keller, Mrs.
Tibor H. Stern.
Program included an organiza-
tional address by Rabbi Tibor H.
Slern. Projects adopted included
establishing of scholarships for
Hebrew education and interior
decoration ot the sanctuary.
Rev. J. Weiss entertained, and
refreshments were served.
Asthma Chapter
Holds Brunch
For Hospital
Breath of Life Chapter. Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital at Denver, present-
ed its annual membership brunch
en Tuesday morning at the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel.
Chairman of the brunch was
Mrs. David Benjamin. Co-chair-
men were Mrs. Al llalpern, Mrs,
Bernard Tytell, and Mrs. Law-
rence Scherr.
Guest speaker was Mrs Jack
Passof.
At the present there are 15
children from Florida being treat-
ed in Denver.
Newark Club Meeting
Opening meeting of the 1961-65
season of the Greater Newark
Club of Florida will take place
Monday. 8 p.m., at the Algiers
Hotel. Entering its seventh year,
the social club is open to former
residents of Newark. N.J.. now
residing in Dado and Broward
Counties.
Beth Shirah Supper
Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood
is sponsoring a boxed supper and
square dance on Sunday. Oct. 25.
at 7 p.m.. in the Cross Trails
Square Dance Hall. 4150 SW 70th
Ct. Reservations chairman lor
the event, which will give donor
credit, are Mrs. Leo Martin and
.Mrs. Henry Cain.
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Meetings Here
Mrs. Ethel Sachs, ncwly-elcctcd
president of Coral Gables Group
of Pioneer Women, has called the
first meeting of the year for
Thursday, Oct. 15. 12:30 p.m.. at
Park Lane Cafeteria. 2155 SW 22nd
St. Plans will be formulated for
the 40th anniversary celebration.
A regular meeting of the Golda
Meir Group was to be held on
Thursday noon at the Park Lane
Cafeteria. After the business
inciting. Mrs. Miriam Halperin.
president, was to speak on the "Sil-
ver Jubilee of Pioneer Women in
Greater Miami."
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MISS Roxane I'allot was hon-
ored ;ii a '<"a ,ast Wednes-
.\-\\ aiternoon heid at King's Kay
yacht and Country Club. Her
recently announced engagement
11 Rodney Gabai, of Peru and
Paris, was the occasion for the
partj given by Mrs. William Pal-
In, and Mrs. Richard Pallot.
, s dress was a muted
c >ilk Italian knit sheath
uitli a cowled neckline and el-
bow-length sleeves. Her moth-
er. MrS. Charles Wigderson, also
chosi an Italian silk knit in nut-
meg tone with black leather ac-
cessories.
Mrs. William Pallot favored
the tailored look with a black
silk crepe trimmed with white
mils and a white nautical in-
spired collar. Black silk with
while polka dots in the skirt and
jacket was worn by Mrs. Rich-
ard Pailot. The color combina-
tion was reversed in the blouse.
A black leather string belt was
at the waist. Mrs. E. Albert
Pallet's persimmon-colored crepe
ensemble was trimmed with
white.

^OUSINS of the honoree, Mrs.
^* Abe Kamenoff and Mrs. Jack
Kamenoff, came in from Orlan-
do lor the tea. A royal blue suit
was worn by Mrs. Abe Kamen-
off, and Mrs. Jack Kamenoff was
in a long-sleeved white silk with
a black geometric print. They
are the former Phyllis and Mada-
leen Schulman: Their mother,
Mrs. Harry Schulman. chose a
ii.".-. blue moygashel sheath with
the sleeve^ and fitted bodice oi
i Clooncy lace.
Mrs. Jack Sandler's yellow
silk-linen was tailored in a coal
dri style, but it zipped up the
Deep, inverted pleats on
e were in a tangerine
, n Navy and red in a batik
i by Mrs. Ches-
lei assel. Her bodice was
i-length sleeves
ired silk
Cji el. M
k sbantum
, .' n iv ed the A
i Igewood blue
i \ j i
, ss wool si
line.
\ im
, ; li.iei th cap si
., ,.i the scoope I neck
, pallot's black
II heath featured the
i nd had mi
n i i > hich wen
tull. >lrs Norton P
.'. was in a black and bone
jacket. An Italian knubby silk
with a matching jacket was worn
by Mrs. Ronald Pallot.
THE shell-colored silk knit
worn by Mrs. Charles Jac-
obson was one she had made.
Her jacket was chanel-styled and
trimmed with a touch of bur-
gandy. A two-piece, ice-blue
Italian silk knit was worn by
Mrs. Lou Pallot. Mrs. Howard
Katzen was in a white silk linen
jumper with a feminine blouse
of pink chiffon with white polka
dots, long sleeves, and a big bow
at the neckline.
Sister of the honoree, Miss
Susane Pallot, chase a raspberry-
colored sleeveless wool in the
Wwnnr-Kahu
AIRS. STAMUV GOLDBERG
Goldbergs Will
Live in Baltimore
Miss Zarowitz
To Wed Physician
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Zarowitz.
of Miami Beach and Las Vegas.
innounce tue engagement of then-
daughter, Jnan Karen Zarowitz,
to Dr. Lawrence Zaslow, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Zaslow, of
lacksonvilfe"!
A Graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
It r High, the bride-elect is cur-
' rently in her senior year at New-
,'urab College of Tulanc Univer-
-ity. where she is a member of
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. She
plans to teach English after grad-
lation.
The future bridegroom attended
fulane University and graduated
rum the University of Miami
School of Medicine, where he was
a member of Phi Delta Epsilon,
medical fraternity. Dr. Zaslow
completed his internship at the
fouro Infirmary of New Orleans.
He is presently finishing his
military obligation and will begin
a rc-idency in internal medicine
it Charity Hospital and Veterans
Administration Hospital in New
Orleans this July.
A summer wedding is planned.
.<;(,! YANiCH
Regi Yanich
Show Premieres
Here Sunday
Marks. Her understated black
crepe sheath had cap sleeves.
A reception at the Dupont Plaza
Aline silhouette. Her neckline \ Hotel followed the high noon wed-
was rounded and a small asyme-jding there of Joan Claire Mayers j
trically-draped bow was on one and Stanley Goldberg on Sunday,
side. Mrs. Richard Lewis chose Oct. 4. Rabbi Morris Skop offi-
a two piece black crepe with the ciated.
overblouse featuring the slashed, Now on a ,np t0 njew York and
bateau neckline. ; tnc world's Fair, the couple plan
A white Bavarian lace suit was to live in Baltimore. Md. Their
worn bv Mrs. Richard Horwick. parents are long-time Miami res-
It followed the long-sleeved, tail- idents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene May-
ered look. Another who prefer- ers. 4710 Orduna Dr.. and Mr and
ed the tailored effect for the Mrs. Herbert Goldberg. Balti-
afternoon tea was Mrs. Frank more.
For the nuptials, the bride chose
an intermezzo-length brocade gown
with scooped neckline, fitted tor-
so bodice and panniered skirt
over a full crinoline. The bridal
ensemble was completed with a
beaded Belgian pillbox which held
the four-tiered bouffant French
illusion.
Honor attendants were Linda
Mi ij ers, the bri le's sister, and
Mrs. Stephen Morns. The bride-
groom's sister, Doris Goldberg,
and Maureen Sarason served as
bridesmaids. Joyce Mayer- was
; i c-harge of the guest book.
Best man was Di S e] ben Mor-
ris. Gerald Schneinker, Isadore
M avers and Do igl M yi rs ush-
Ct-
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;s Vsrct Eyes
Riles en Dec. 29
To Robert Sidney
.-.as Women
To See Fashio
new i i
isterhood lun
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In lition
cap as a
kttend nee is bj i
<;ily. with Mrs ''
>e
Regi (Mrs. Joseph) Yanich
painter, sculptor and graphic
artist, will exhibit her work in the
premiere one-man show of the win
ter season at Rogue's Gallery
Two.
There will be a preview and re-
I ception on Sunday trom 7:30 to 1<-
p.m. The exhibit will exk-nd
through Nov. 5. A native of De
troit, Mrs. Yanich studied at the
University of Michigan, the Art
nstitute of Chicago and received
her BFA degree at Cranbrook
\cadcmy ol Art.
Soon after their marriage, --he
md her husband went to Israel.
where they lived for several years.
working tor Hadassah. Upon their
ctum here, they chose Miami tor
their home, and Mrs. Yanich be-
came a worker in tne Jewish com-
munity here. She supervises thi
arts and crafts program ; nd
b ii hes Hebrew at Temple Israel
dancing at Temple Beth
Sholom and is a board member o
Hadassah.
Included in the show will be
paintings, sculpture, wood b
prints, ceramics, batiks and mono
,;;.-. Mrs. Yai ii h I ixhibil
I in the Mh hi ;an Artists Sn
re she won first prire in sculp-
Pldns [or a 100-bed convales- 1952. and at the Art In-
,.,,, on iii" Blackstone tute i I Chic igo the
loi g a land nark in duseu i ol Art, the
area, smen's Zh i Design Derbj
Mich- nd the Lo e Gallery,
perty i ogui s Galiei Two is
and '..Mi il ibles
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The Intended groom, son of Mr.
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Paqe 10-B
JmUt> fUrkStoiii
Friday. October 9, 1964
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Ashes, He Built a Gourmets World
Now he is a
caterer. His days
are spent creat-
ing parties
I where people ex-
i tiaim over the
excellence of the
food, the charm-
ing table decorations They cele-
brate: they dance and they
laugh. And Arthur Teichner
marvels that people can laugh.
For all he can do is remember
remember t h e concentration
camps and the ovens.
But Arthur Teichner is glad
that there are those who have
good times at parties. As cat-
ering manager for the DiLido
Hotel on Miami Beach, he has
established an enviable reputa-
tion for creating and managing
parties. When the contestants
in the Miss Universe Contest
were given their choice of cat-
erers, to a girl they demanded
Mr. Teichner.
Back in Czechoslovakia. Teich-
MARK SHCCT[R
Special Service
Of Consecration
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will hold
a special consecration service for
57 beginner students of Temple
Adath Ye^hurun Religious School
on Friday evening
Martin Knobel. chairman of
the Education Committee, states
that "the Temple School has had
a phenomenal growth the past
year. The beginners class has al-
nosl doubled, and the total regis-
Irati n has jumped lrom 180 last
Mar to 250 this year. This does
not include nursery and kinder-
garten."
He attributes the increase "'to
:mprovrnient in the quality of edu-
cation, and to the personal lead-
ership of education director. Ye-
huda Segal."
Rabbi Caplan will present cadi
child with a Ten Commandments
Pin a< a memento of the occasion
Cantor Maurice Neu and choir
v ill chant the liturgy.
ARTHUR TflCHNIR
connection with God
Shecter Exhibit
In New York
The first Fall Exhibition of the
I.ynn Kottler Galleries, of Madi-
son Avenue. New York, will fea-
ture a collection of oil paintings
by Mark Shecter. a former Uni-
versity of Miami art student.
The Schecter paintings, which
will be exhibited in New York,
are "Geneva 1." "Geneva II."
"From the Beach," "Pepsi Gen-
eration, "Green Mansions" and
"Organic and Growth." The show,
which began Sept. 27, will be the
r.int exhibition in which Shecter*s
works have been included.
The Shecter paintings have been
exhibited locally at the L'niver-
s.ty of Miami and at Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital. He has had re-
cent showings at the Baltimore
Jewish Community Center 1964
New Artists Show, the 1963 Amer-
ican University Art Show, as well
a- the 196i Showing, the Charles
Gallery Salute to Five Artists, the
1963 Boston University Summer
Art Show, and a one-man show
at the Baltimore Sutton Theatre.
His works are included in ten pri-
vate collections in New York.
Miami. Washington and Baltimore.
Shecter first began studying art
a', the University of Miami three
years ago. and his first formal
training in sketching was obtain-
ed at the Coral Gables campus.
He is completing his college studies
as an ait major at Philadelphia
Museum College of Art. He is a
former resident of Miami Beach.
ner studied medicine. But with
the advent of Hitler, he decided
it would be prudent to equip him-
self with another skill. He
learned to cook and became pro-
licient in food management.
No Doubt of Survival
In 1941. the Nazis got him.
and he was sent, along with his
wife, mother and brother to a
concentration camp. His wife
was gassed with his mother, and
his brother was to die during the
infamous "death march."
"AH those God-awful years,"
said Arthur Teichner, "I had no
doubt that I would survive. You
see I had a possessionone that
T told the Nazi guards they
would have to kill me before
they could take it away from
me. I had a photograph of my
mother. Every morning I got
up a little earlier than the oth-
ers.
"I went out into the courtyard,
looked toward the sun and with
the picture in my hand, said
Kaddish for my mother. I was
not afraid. I believed in God,
and through my mother I had a
connection with God. My moth-
er protected me. I believed. I
survived."
The German Block
Today Mr. Teichner believes
that bitterness is wasteful and
depleting. Still he does not want
to forgetthe camps and the Ger-
mans.
"We. none of us should for-
get," he said. "And although
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Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, is sponsoring Its annual
membership luncheon on Saturday,
1 p.m., in Chandler's Restaurant.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be guest speaker Bob Kirschen-
baum, a former patient at the
home in Denver.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Bertram Whitman, president.
or Mrs. Albert Laufer, program
and publicity chairman.
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Beth Torah Sets
Panel Discussion
On Wednesday at 8:30 p.m., in
the Social Hall of Congregation
Beth Torah, a panel discussion on
present day anti-Semitism will be
Offered hy Rev. Theodore Gib-
son, of the NAACP; Irwin Schul-
man, Florida Regional director of
the Anti-Defamation League; and
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of the congregation.
The program, sponsored by the
Moilie Kahaner Sisterhood of
bcth Torah, is open to members
and guests.
Moderator will be Mrs. Martin
II Matz. program vice president
i the Sisterhood.
Rebekah Lodge
To be Visited
Paying an official visit to Sun-
shine Rebekah Lodge 9. Mrs. Allis
Gardner, president, Rebekah As-
sembly of Florida, will be honored
at a banquet Tuesday at the Em-
bassj Restaurant.
Chairing the evening are Mrs.
Dora Botwimck. Mrs. Min Gilbert
and Mrs. Evelyn Decky.
Meeting following the dinner
will be held at 25 Washington
A\e.
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Flamingo Chapter
Anniversary Set
B'nai B'rith Women. Flamingo
Chapter, will hold a 12th anniver-
sary party on Saturday evening
in the Palm Springs Meeting
Room. Palm Springs Shopping
Plaza. 49th St. and W. 4th Ave.
Entertainment and refreshments
will be offered by the members.
L. Goldberg. Jewish education
chairman, Temple Tifereth Jacob,
and Mrs. Jane Robinson, founder
president, will be featured speak-
ers.
I would like to see a United
States of Europe. 1 cannot con-
ceive of including Germany and
enoWtrrg her with dignity and
respect. I think Germans will
always be the same. When 1
meet a German. I admit that it
is hard for me to see a man."
Always the student, Mr. Teich-
ner reads all the current books
on the Nazi era. He would take
Issue with Hannah Arendt's
thesis that the Jews accommodat-
ed their executioners tar beyond
what \/s expected or was nec-
essary.
'One Mar. 7, it was rumored
in the camp that all the Czechs
were to be sent to the gas cham-
bers. We were one-thousand
people. We tried to set the camp
on fire. Ninety per cent of us
were killed by machine gun.
That's what it was like to defy
the Nazis. We didn't have a
clog's chance."
Getting Away
Today. Mr. Teichner has a wife
and a brilliant son who received
a scholarship to the New England
Conservatory of Music in Boston.
His wife plays the piano, he the
violin; but it is Robert and his
cello who promises to make won-
derful music tor all the world.
Today. Mr. Teichner makes
parties, but he never goes to
one as a guest.
"I prefer to be quiet.'" he said.
"I take the telephone off the
hook and close my door. I like
to read. And I like to get away
from the world."
Me! Epstein was elected pres-
ident for 1964-65 of the Men's
and Boys' Apparel Club of
Florida at the conclusion of
the organization's Internation-
al Cruisewocr Show held at
the Miami Beach Convention
Hall last week. The organiza-
tion, popularly known as the
"Macs," is composed of
salesmen and representatives
of the leading men's wear
manufacturers in Florida and
throughout the country.
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for sweet elderly lady. Part-time.
Beth David Synagogue area.
Car helpful but not necessary.
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JWV Plans Party
Saturday Night
Jewish War Veterans Post 677
and Ladies' Auxiliary of Miami
Beach are having a night club
party on Saturday at the Bar-
celona Hotel.
Affair will include a show and
orchestra music for dancing. Res-
ervations mayjje made with Mrs.
Max I.e Vine.
Free Loan Group
Meeting Sunday
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will hold its first
meeting of the new season on
Sunday night, 7:30 p.m., at Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. 1234
Washington Ave.
A full report on last yeaifs
activities, plus announcement of
new services in this area, will be
given.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Con-
gregation Beth El, will be guest
speaker. Entertainment by "the
'.veil known artist S. Haiduck will
In featured.
Cecelia Cohen Kenneth H' -.hey
Youths to Speck
At Beth Sholom
Cecelia, daughter of M
Mrs Sol Cohen, of 4557 Je
Ave.. and Stewart, son of j
Mrs Kenneth Hershey.
No. Bay Rd.. both of Miami
wiil address the congrega'
Temple Beth Sholom at s.
on Friday evening at 8:1'
Theme of the pulpit topic
"Our Responsibility as
Jews."
Both these young people
ed the summer Leadership
lute of the National Fedcr-a
Temple Youth last summer
are leaders in the Beth
Temple Youth Group.
They will also participate
Oneg Shabbat discussion foi
the service for the parents
-eventh, eighth and ninth
students of the Beth Shob.
iigious School. The Oneg Si
will be tendered by the Te
PTA, of which Mrs Sanb
vine is president.
Rabbi Leon Kronish is -
leader of Beth Sholom.
and
[{arson
.:. and
: 4419
3each.
">n of
rviees
i p.m.
.- ill be
Young
ittend-
tion of ^
Both
aolom
<.a the
lowing
.f the
grade
m Re-
-abbat
triple**
rl Le-
ritual
Freedom Lodge
Member Drive
Herman Nudelman. honorary
president of Freedom Lod, anil
a member of the National Mem-
ber-hip Advisory Beard of 3'nai
B'rith. announces plans f f the
[all membership campaigr here.
The month of Novcmb has
been proclaimed as "Joir. B'nai
B'rith Month" by Shepard Broau
Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, and
Lee Howard. Mayor of Surfside.
"Freedom Lodge is n wing
ahead with extensive preparations
[or its new campaign," he said.
"Memhersb'n t< is are being or-
ganized and will approach their
neighbors in a door-to-doi can-
vass. Planned, as well, .re a
number of parlor meeting and
membership rallies
The B'nai B'rith camp., \ co-
incides with the historic i- il an-
niversary celebration of B'nai
i. rith.
Meyer Gladstone is a vie pres-
ident and membership chairman
ol Freedom Lodge. Char! Kos-
sove is the president.
Attend
services
tliis weeli
at uourown
place of
worship
When the occasion oristf, phone
HI 8-4994


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+Jewlsti fk>rldli&r
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filing
iU be1
erg Dill
Satin
can
\meric
lonorary
Hinder!
mm
icad.
Set
lay
the Junior High
lebrew Academy
in memory of
presidents and
Satin, on Sun-
[thc school build-
ree Dr.
his widow, will
officially nam-
! Satin Corridor in
lemy. Satin serv-
j president in the
Is inception in 1948
fttii* year.
:ipate in the cere-
son, Dan Satin,
and a daughter,
Harris. Conduct-
snies will be Rab-
TS. Gross, principal
my.
Ill be extended by
er, president of the
jkmy; Mrs. Leonard
Snt Of Hebrew Acad-
and Mrs. Samuel
ident of PTA
dignitaries from the
ii Beach and Miami
in the dedication.
following the un-
be laque, a brunch
ed in the Max Silver-
lllail at the Academy.
[ a member of the Jew-
terans. Spanish Amer-
Veterans, Disabled
leterans, Elks, and an
|nd pasl president and
Beth Jacob Congrega-
Charles Mayers, executive vice president oi Westchester Na-
tional Bank, presents a checkbook to Mel Shifke. treasurer
of Temple Or Olom, while Bank President Charles Volk looks
on. The loan from the new bank, on Coral Way and 87th
Ave., makes possible construction of a classroom and audi-
torium addition to the eight-year-old House of Worship at 87th
Ave. and SW 16th St. The Temple addition, beinq built by
SAG Construction Co., is the first part of an expansion build-
ing program for the synagogue.
Kennedy Forest Plans Progressing
La+e Services
ffh Torah
ah Congregation "ill re-
nt late Friday eve-
|Ces ibis week at 8:15
"i A, Lipschitz, spir
i". new beginning his
With Beth Torah, will
. B'nal B'rith, ORT,
Na*k^H>'.!i'< ll ol Jewish Women.
GflMtiM^plia:ui Jewish Federation
I otflr organizations will ob-
ve nat i
Tornh.
In October. Beth Torah will join
~ Huigogues and churches
here in ob rv:nu I'niteil Nations
abbath.
Constituent arms of the congre-
ation, the Mollie Kahaner Sister-
Men club. I'nitcd Syna-
__ Youth, and Young Adults.
will be honored on specilied Fri-
day nights
AH aerviei v. ill be conducted by
Rabbi Upschitz and chanted by
Cantor Ben /ion Kirschenbaum.
The choir will hi directed by Mrs.
Jack Donnci-ta- Beth Torah ser-
vices are en- Le Ell, president of the
leuish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, announced Wed-
i sdaj lhal the late President
John F Kennedy will be honored
by the largest forest ever planted
in memory of one Mimic person
in Israel
The forest will be located' in
the area where Bar Kochba, a
eroic Jewish leader, waged his
last battle for Jewish freedom.
T he lores! will be named the
i lin F. Kennedy Peace Forest,
and it is expected that over 2.-
,i trees will be planted in
Kennedys memory. At the en
trance to the forest, there will tie
SO pylons erected one for each
State if the Union.
The funds will be raised in
the United States, with the
State of Florida contributing its
proporionate share.
A series of Kenned} Peace
Award dinners will be held in
each State of the Union, with the
one for Florida to be staged at
Ihe Fontainbleau Hotel on Dec. 6.
A special medallion will be
Struck and awarded to an honnree
yet unnamed, with his name en-
graved on the Florida pylon
Dr Irving Lehrman, Bniritual
leader ol Temple Emanu-El, has
been named general chairman ol
(he State of Florida dinner.
Peoples National
Of Bay Harbor
To Open Here
Leonard Usina. chairman of the
Board ol Directors of the Peoples
National Croup of Bank-, and Mor-
ris \ Broad, president of the sixth
and newest affiliate of the Pen-
ples National Croup, announces
the opening of the feoples Na-
tional Bank of Bay Harbor Is-
lands, to take place during the
latter part of October.
C instruction has commenced on
the bank site to be located at 950(1
Hay Harbor Tcr.. Bay Harbor Is-
ands.
Usina will serve a< chairman ot
Ihe hoard. Frank H. Wilier, pres-
ident ol the 1'copies American Na-
tional Bank, of North Miami, will
be vice chairman.
Broad, a member of the found-
in l tamily ol the Town of Bay liar
'.or Islands has been elected pres-
.lent. Broad is executive vice
re idenl and din ctor ol Ameri-
an S \ in. and Loan Association
i Miami"Beach and serves as a
director i three national hank- in
ii -vein Florida arga.
i ii E. "' wdre will servo as
executive vice president, and Ro-
land Stanfford, president of Peo-
ples National Bank of Commerce.
m ill be vice presi lent and cashier.
Other officers include F. Thomas
Leonardi, assistant vice president;
D. Philip Stephens, assistant cash-
ier: and Lillian Chasm, assistant
i :hi r
the follov ing will serve as di
rvelors: Leslie L. Altmann, Agnes
'.. Barber, Carl R. Bow drc. Mor
: \ Broad, Harry M. Burt, Jul-
ian B. Frix, Anthony J. Gocking,
.lack Justice, Harvey F. Pierce.
George L. Sogg, Roland M. Staf-
ird i eonard Usina and Frank
!!. Wilier.
BKCAD
USMA
First National Dank of Miami
Shores.
Deposits of the Peoples Group
have -oared from S4.777.0OO in 1950
to more than 551,700,000 in 1964.
Capital and surplus has increas-
ed from S250.000 to over $5,000,000
with the establishment of this new
hank. Total assets of the Grou;i
on June 30. 1364 exceeded $57,-
700.000.
Usina with bis more than 50
years of banking experience
founded and organized the Peo-
p'es Natioral Group in 1950 with
the establishment of the Peoples
Men Barred
Without Women
No men will be permitted into
Ml Bruns' new "Mad, Ma.I Won
- world Bar" unless aceompan-
.. d bj a girl.
The ninth bar to be built at
Miami Springs Villas, decor for
i : e will be exclusively femi-
nine.
I i addition, all bartenders and
cervices personnel will be women.
Distaffers haven will be ready
sometime in December.
Mrs. Soltz Will
Play Hostess
.Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Hndassah
Regional president, will play
i. 5tess to Naomi Group of lladas-
sah on Monday evening.
To be held in her home at 630
SW 3rd St. Mrs. Soltz will also
:, gue '. speaker at the member-
ship social.
;,, charge i reservations is Mrs.
Edward Lustig, Naomi member-
ship vice president.
Temple Zamora
flans Programs
An elaboi ate program lor young-
sters end torn agers is planned for
Temple Zamora for the forthcom-
ing year. I'l'A is being organized
at the^kmplc. with activities for
students oi the Religious School,
as well a.- '"' parents
Plans lor cotillion classes for
children a a.iults will be made.
with profo.- on.il dance instructors
to do the <'aching.
Temple /. ia:ora Young Married
uplis Cluli v dl anain partake in
ial activities geared to the
Qg marrii d set Outings, social
nings. i!. i .ices, picnics and
ami nigl '- are on the agenda
Temple /'.. niia will start plans
for vaxiou- social activities for
teen-ajnrs of the area.
LocaPradio and televisian disc
jockies will ho present.
A program for the younger set
Of the Young Judaea is also being
planned, with a professional Young
Judaea lead. to help the program
along.
Adult education classes taught
by Rabbi Brooks have been pro-
gjimmed for the forthcoming
.JPUr. The first semester will con
jt of jjasses in customs and cere-
monii r Of tl.e home and syna
Shevin to Chair
Fla, Ccmmsttee
For Legislature
State Rep. Robert L. Shevin, of
Dade County, has been named
chairman ot the Florida Fair
i Share Committee for Roads and
Representation.
His appointment was announced
by the Miami-Dade County Cham-
ber of Commerce. Rep. Shevin
will head up an active statewide
drive to defeat two constitutional
amendments on the November 3
! ballot.
Rep. Shevin was recently elect-
ed to the Florida Legislature in
the Democratic primary, and he
is unopposed on the Nov. 3 ballot.
! He is a member of B'nai B'rith,
Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
I vice, and has been a long time
member of Beth David Synagogue.
Special Tribute
At Lodge Meet
A special tribute to B'nai B'rith
Youth will he presented at the
Tuesday. Oct. 20, meeting of the
Gilbert J. Balfcin Lodge. B'nai
B'rith.
All former members of Miami
322 and Sima Rho 517 during the
years 1943-1950 have been Invited
to attend.
Special guests of honor for the
evening will be former AZA ad-
visors Milton Friedman, Ted Sack-
owitz, Marx Faber. Bill Schiff,
Alex Cohen and Frank Rose.
Dinner Committee of former
AZA members now belonging to
the lodge is headed by Bernard
Weintraub. Past president Mur-
ray Shear and David Wise co-chair
the committee. Others are Rich-
ard Pallot. Albert Kahn and Ray
Boniske.
SHOW TIME:
IN FULL STEREO
7:05 P.M. NIGHTLY
gogue. plus history of the Jewish
people from the destruction of the
First Temple to the present.
81,1
. WATTS OF/V
>19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO*
6 A.H. 'ill 1 A.M.


Page 12-B
"Jenlsli Flcrkifon
Friday. October 9
UAHC Federation
Sets Symposium
The annual fall mi tins nf
South Florid i Fedei i ', J1*
Union of American Hobrew p
gregations wffl r/e"n< j*
day evening af Te
A special Bympo ,.,.;..'
"The Jews and the i
'omo Reactions to th< I
Council," will highli hi the even
ing.
Temple Beth Sholcm's ddSE of 1964-5725 consecrated by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish are (Kindergarten! Susan, dauqhtor of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Arkin; Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley
Cohen; Pamela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dortch; Gwen
Maci, dauqhter of Mis. Miriam Fink; Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Fleischman; Lori Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Gale; Melissa Sue, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Merton
Gettis, Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Goldman; Ellen
Faith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Francis Haas; Greq Alan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hark; Richard Mark, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Jaffe; Shelly, dauqhter cf Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Levinson; Cary Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq Miller;
Leslie Jane, dr.ughter cf Mr. ard Mrs. Leonard Mil!er; Stevan,
son of Mr. and Mrt. Joseph Pardo; Cathrin Dina. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Popkin; Seth David, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Rosen,- Andrew Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Schell; Darcee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siege!; Jos-
eph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith; Benjc min, son of Mrs.
Anita Teitelbaum; Johnny Wolfson, son of Mis. Doris Dobby;
Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Zaiac. Grade 1G are
Joel, ccn of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Benes; Norman Harris, son
Rabbi Morris Horcvitz, principal of Me3ivtc Senior Hiqh
School, bids farewell to scholarly students who leave for New
York. Left to right are Bernard Lipman, off to Yeshiva Uni-
versity; Joel Kornreich. NYU scholar, and Rabbi Morris Horo-
vitz.
Students at the Lear School went to the polls last week and
elected their own Student Government officers for the cominq
year. Elected to lead the hiqh school activities is (seated in
front) Joseph Pite, sergeant-at-arms. Second row (left to right)
are Mitchell Rubinson, president; Maddy Benjamin, record-
ing secretary; and Thomas Karson, vice president. Kneelinq
in the back are (left to right) Norman Harris, treasurer; and
Ccnnie Mathas, corresponding secretary.
of Mr. and Mrs. Hcrold Chesky; Steven, son of Mrs. Phyllis
Harris; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Marjain; Robert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Munchick; Joseph, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Jacob Neber; Brett Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Rivkind; Bruce, son of Mrs. Phyllis Robert',; Cindy, dauqhter of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Seqal; Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Georae Simon. Grade 2G-2 are Brad Marvin, son of Mrs.
Muriel Dix; Wendy Lynn, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Gale; Dana Abbe, dauqhter of Mr. and Mis. Paul Warren.
Grade 3G-1 are Peter Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chest-
ney; Joy S., dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Friedman; Gene
Catryn, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Goldman; Jaa Alexa,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Lighte; Sandra Jean, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Osnos; Jill Robvn, dauqhter of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warren. Grade 3G-2 are Kenneth Samuel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq Cho.it; David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Chesky; Micnaei Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Gordon; Fortuna, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Marjain;
Leonard, son of Mrs. Phyllis Roberts, Lori Marsha, dauqhter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sonz.
Pirticipafion will include Rai.
bi Herbert M Baumnanj, f
Temple Beth Am; Rabbi Leon
Kronish, of Temple Belh $ho-
lorn; Rabbi Joseph Narot of
Temple Israel; Rabbi Morris *_
Kipper, of Temple Judea, Rabbi
Daniel Lowy, of Temple Sinai.
A question and answer period
will follow the symposium. The
program will also Include a busi-
ness meeting, election c | Fedei
ation officers, and the intro-Juctiw
of Allan Solomon, newl) ippointed
full-time director of ihc I'AHC
Southeast Camp-Instituti
land. Ga.
The South Florida Federal! in of
Itelorm synagogues is .
of eight Liberal and Reform con-
gregations in Greater Miami, Fl
Lauderdale, Hollywood, and rt'esi
Palm Beach
Holly*"'
II
\u 'A '
iaj niori
David SI
The B
Mi and
o. Higl
\ dim
hountry
Rsturda;
belebrar
Pianist Novaes to Inaugurate UM
Orchestra's Season Here on Oct. 18
Brazilian concert artist Guiomar
Novaes. considered one of the
greatest women pianists of the
20th century, will open the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra's 38th season at 8:30 p.m.,
Sunday. Oct. 18, in Miami Beach
Convention Hall. The concert will
be repeated Monday, Oct. 19, in
Dade County Auditorium.
Dr. Fabien Sevitzky, director
and conductor of the symphony,
lias declared the season a "Festi-
val of Music" dedicated to the
community and to the university.
The 1964-65 series of nine pairs
of subscription concerts will be
the final one in which the or-
chestra, Florida's first symphony,
will be sponsored by the Uni-
versity of Miami.
There will continue to be a Uni-
versity Symphony, but it will be
an all-student body. Present mem-
bership consists of students and
professionals,
In tribute to Dr. Sevitzky and
the university, four mayors are
proclaiming the week of Oct. 12
to 18 as "Dr. Fabien Sevitzky and
University of Miami Symphony
| Week."
The Oct. 18 concert will be the
only one held in Miami Beach
Convention Hall. All future Sun-
lay night concerts will be pre-
sented in Miami Beach Auditor-
ium. Monday night programs, as
usual, will be held in Dade Coun-
ty Auditorium.
For the opening concert, Dr.
Sevitzky commissioned a composi-
tion honoring the concept of the
United Nations, written by Dr.
William F. Lee, new dean of the
University's School of Music.
Dr. Lee's composition, a pre-
lude for string orchestra, is en-
titled "United NationsEarth
Genesis."
This will be Mme. Novaes' fifth
appearance with the University of
Miami Symphony. Previous visits
here were in 1937, 1942, 1947 and
1953.
For this year's concert, she will
perform the Piano Concerto No.
4 in G Major by Beethoven.
Under the baton of Dr. Sevitzky.
he orchestra will present for the
first program the Symphony No. 1
in C minor of Johannes Brahms
and the Passacaglis and Fugue in
A minor by Johann Sebastian Bach
' as transscribed for orchestra by
Dr. Sevitzky.
A prize-winning student at the
Paris Conservatoire at the age of
13. Mme. Novaes was a recognized
i concert artist at 15 and made her
American debut in New York
when she was 18 years old. She
has appeared in concert and re-
cital throughout the world.
SB Council
Meet Wednesday
Eli Hurwitz. president of the
B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida Lodges, has announced a
meeting ol the Council to be hel
at the University of Miami Hille
louse, 1100 Miller Dr., on Wed-
nesday evening.
Program will feature an addre--
on "The Jewish College Student
and Hillel." by Dr. Donald I)
Michelson. director of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation at trie
university.
Dr. Michelson has been direc-
tor of the Foundation since 1948
and played a leading role in the
growth of the Jewish campus in-
stitution. He initiated the drive
for the construction of the
present Hillel House, a building
which won a national architec-
tural prize for its designer, Nor-
man Giller.
Dr. Michelson presides over the
religious, cultural and social activ-
ity planning for the welfare of
some 2.500 Jewish students at the
University of Miami.
JWVA Quarterly Meeting
Department of Florida Ladies'
I Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans
1 held its quarterly meeting at the
Diplomat Inn on Sunday morning.
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riday. October 9, 1964
*Ja*l$t> Morjdffaff
Page 13-B
at
^Mitzvalt
Steven Chaykin
Hollywood lempie ainai will be
I,. site ol the Bar Mitzvah of
,cven Elliot Chaykin on Satur-
Ba, morning, Oct. 10, with Rabbi
bavid Shapiro officiating.
Xhe Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr and Mrs. David Chaykin, 302
Highland Dr., Hollywood.
\ dinner dance in the Diplomat
hiuntry Club's Calcutta Room on
luturday evening will honor the
Celebrant
* *
Hershel Pearl
Saturday morning services, Oct.
|i. at Temple Ner Tamid, con-
Hucted by Rabbi Eugene Labo-
lilz. will include the Bar Mitzvah
bi Hcrshal Pearl.
Hershel attends Nautilus Jun-
pr High and plays drums in the
Ehool band. He is interested in
Boris.
[Mr. and MM. Louis Pearl, 7537
Itiny Ave., will honor their son
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
tning, and at a reception in the
talier Room of the Deauville
lei on Saturday night.
t a *
Alan Grusby
jtabbi Zevi Greenwald will of-;
[ i the Bar Mitzvah of Alan
Grusby during services at
-i Jewish Center on Sat-
| rtorning, Oct. 10.
llan is a student at Rockway
lu-r Hi ;h and belongs to Boj
J..' rroop 308 in West Miami.
\ f Mr and Mr-. Jack Grus-
1240 SW SGih ct, the cele-
kit will be honored at a re-
[ion al the Lombardy Hotel on
krdaj night.
Robert Aronoff
On Saturday morning, Oct. 10.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rob-
ert Aronoff at Temple Zamora.
Robert attends eighth grade at
Ponce de Leon Junior High School.
He is interested in coin-collecting,
bowling and swimming. i
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Aronoff, 4280
SW 14th St., will honor their son
at a reception in their home in
the evening.
*
Norman Dubin
-Norman Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Dubin, 1971 Bay Dr.,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, Oct. 10, at Agudath IsraeT
Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac
Ever will officiate.
A reception in honor of the
Ear Mitzvah will be given by his
parents alter the service.
Norman is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High.
8 *
Edward Wilson
Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hershel Pearl
Alan Grusby
Mark Siru/I
Herman Wilson, of 1751 NE 170th
St., No. Miami Beach, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Adath Yeshur-
un on Saturday morning, Oct. 10.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will of-
ficiate. Cantor Maurice Neu will
chant the service.
Edward is an eighth grader at
John F. Kennedy Junior High.
His hobby is surfing.
Kiddush reception will follow
the service.
*
Mark Sirull
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
officiate at services on Saturday
morning. Oct. 10, in Beth David
Synagogue when Mark Irwin.
son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Sirull,
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Mark is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High.
He is a graduate of the Hebrew
School at Beth David, now attend-
ing its Hebrew High. One of his
hobbies is playing the clarinet.
Kiddush and luncheon in Spec-
tor Hall will follow the services.
Among out-of-town guests will be
| Mark's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Zang, of Boston,
Mass.
% W 9
David Rieger
David Rieger will be Bar Mitz
van during Saturday morning ser-
vices, Oct. 10, at Beth Torah Con-
gregation. Rabbi Max Lipschitz
will officiate.
The celebrant is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Rieger.
Births In
Greater Miami
The former Joyce Stern, daugh-
ter ol Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor H.
Stem, and her husband Allan
Genaven have a baby daughter.
Shira, born Sept. 18 in Seattle,
Vvash.
4 *
A third child, Mark Raymond,
born Sept. 27, joins Michael 12.
and Quinn 3, in the home of Rae
and Philip Reinhardt. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Silberman, of Miami Beach.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Mrs. Ted Bleakley, Miami.
B'nai Raphael
USY Groups
Congregation B'nai Raphael will
have both senior and junior Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth Groups this
year.
Each group will meet weekly on
Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m.. altcrnat-
ing business and social gatherings
with a study session conducted by
Rabbi Harold Richter.
irida Plays
p Role At
[liver Meeting
lrida played an important
|In the 60th Anniversary Con-
lee of the National Council
Auxiliaries of the American
cal Center, last month when
even-member delegation con-
ed the fifth highest amount
eted for the support of the i
Inal cancer hospital,
legates to the conference were
Fred Perlman, Biscaync
Iter; Mrs. Murray Harrison,!
I [rving Rubinstein, and Mrs.
Schwartz, Coral Chapter;
Arthur Si low. Flamingo Chap-
llri. Lida S. Myers, Greater
i Chapter; and Mrs. Aaron
Kapit. Tropical Chapter.
[ women presented cheeks
Benin!'.1 monies collected by
rBlu.il auxiliaries during 1963
Rt!u' presentation dinner held
Drr. Checi pr< '"Hod to Mrs.
ftaure I.. Shore, national presi-
ftf auxiliaries, who in turn
led a check for the total
raised throughout the
JStates tV.VMC Board Pros-,
Charles Cl'Winocur.
Florida delegation repre-
1 six different Florida Chap-
, Delegates ..'were chosen to
^nt their groups on the
fof their dedication to and
for the American Medi-
ator at Denver.
American Medical Center
Jlvcr is a national, free, non-
lectaVian hospital and one of the
few in the world which accepts
Hts with advanced and recur-
Kent cancer.
Ifce hospital was founded in
Bts the Jewish Consumptives'
H Society and has, since that
!me, accented and treated Over
I patients from the State of
Florida
'opf. Gardner to Speak
Capt. Leo Gardner, local man-
ager of El Al Israel Airlines, will
e guest speaker at a meeting of
tile John F. Kennedy Chapter of
the American Association for the
United Nations on Monday, 8 p.m.,
at Chase Federal Savings and Loan
lociation, 423 41st St., Miami
iach. Andre S. Hialolenki is
Fgram chairman.
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+Jewi$t fk>ridian
Friday, October 9 1
*4
Eli Hurwitz, president of the South Florida B'nai B'rith Council
of Lodqes, signs a check for S2000 raised by 500 members of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization in Miami for research in
leukemia by the American Cancer Society. The money was
raited by the young people in a one-day Tag drive. Standing
(left to right) are Ainslee R. Ferdie. president of the BBYO
Board of Directors; Robert Schwartz, president of the BBYO
Youth Council; Dr. Joseph Jana, representing the American
Cancer Society, George Termotto and Faith Kindler, vice pres-
idents of the Youth Council.
Youth Activities
At Beth David
Phillip Schiff. chairman of the
Beth David Youth Commission.
has announced the appointment ol
Cantor WMliam W. Lipson a~ lector of youth activities; Miss
Faith Reinhard, USY advisor;
and Mrs. Waiter Falk. chairman,
USY Beth David Sisterhood Com-
mittee.
First Youth Hop of the season
will be held on Saturday night at
Beth David Social Hall.
On Sunday morning, the first
monthly youth service and break-
fast will be held under the au-
spices of Beth David Sisterhood.
Mrs. Meyer Forer. chairman. USY
1 Breakfast Committee, will intro-
duce Dade County Sheriff T. A.
Buchanan, guest speaker.
Oil
t u a r 1 e s
COLDBERG. Robert, 61. of M40 Bay kramer. H'llilam 11
Vti-w I.11., died Sept, l'T. Riverside. Michigan Avm Klvi
LIPOWSKI. Morris, --. "f :''-l '"'1.,- MERRIMAN. Meredli
I. nia Ave., 'in.1 Sept. 2i. Uorrton. Sunn) Isles Pivd 1.
VVKINmt, Milton HJy) '- [>' STERN. Mm. Rh.llii .
2737 SW L-Tih Ter., died Sept. 28. e|| Ave. Rlv. slue '
lee* In lloston. tlordon. TURKEL. Aur.....:
COHEN. Mrs, Pearl, "< I32S Collins \\. njve side'
Vve., .Ii.-.l Sept. 29 Services in RUDNICK. Dr. Henja n i-
..hnMli.u-i, I':, Civ,-l-siilr. -111 \i...!..:. I.
,lhnstown. Pa! Riverside. 7 pi Madeira \v7 "! ,.
COHN. .Mis. Pearl, S, of 900 West EISNER. Mr* Molll,
kramer:"squill, of Bay i4th at. -----------
Service* In Philadelphia Bias- REeDER M,,nl.
MCNDOW. .Mis. Roue, ''. << 243 'j"^'" ..
Meridian Ave. Newman. i i s.7'.' i
GUBERNICK. Mrs Ida. TV .if 711
\K lflSth St., died Sept. 27. Qor-
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13th St. i iordon.
WENZEL. Mis. Margar,
Abbott Ave. Newman.
Glantz, Mary, 102, ..
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St. Riverside
PERIMETER. Mrs.
KRIS Collins Ave.
Washington, I >.<'. Riverside. t-rHlde.
WE'NRIT. Max. SS, of 1"! Collins COHEN. Mrs. .I.nni.
Riverside.
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ma. r.7. ..f CHUBIN, Mar,. 1,",,| '; ,
Services In Services In I st Hill- \
erslde. erslde.
1"1 i-.,Ilins COHEN, MM. .1. mil.. Knthm-i
Ave. Riverside. .if 6UU 78th St. Servieo in ,
COHEN, lVi.Jamin, 71. of :".ll 73rd Riverside.
S died Sept. M. Riverside. ZWERNER. Jack p., is ... ..
LUNOV. Michael. 73 ...I I'-M Ba> shore I*, died Sep. :U. N
11,1. died Kept 23. Riverside. itkowitz suim.i -,
w.HWiMMFR. Hnrrv. of 624 Mlchl- "*ow"f- *'*'. ". l i,i,
Blood Drive Slated at Cedars
A two-week blood drive for all
hospital personnel was launched
Thursday. Oct. 1. at Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital, with winners to
receive two passenger tickets
aboard the Calypso Liner to Bim-
ini.
Eligible are employees of Ced-
ars of Lebanon Hospital, volun-
teers, and members 01 the Auxil-
. rj \\ inners will be given a day
"it to use the boat tickets, it was
announced by Assistant Adminis-
trator Raymond Grossman.
Prizes iii go to the two per-
sons who contribute the most
blood to the program, he said.
Requirements are unit of blood
'"'I in the name ol an eligible
ticipant. Friends or members
( the family maj nate to John
Elliott Blood Bank at 1800 N\V 10th
Ave., or by coming to Cedars ol
Lebanon physical Therapy Depart-
ment between 8 and 1:30 p.m. Or-
ganizations may be asked to con-
tribute blood lrom their bank to
the Cedars' bank, which can then
be credited to a participant's
name.
Winners names will be an-
nounced in the employee's cale
teria at noon Friday, Oct. 23.
Blood Bank program officers are
Miss Nancy Haddock, chairman;
Frank Sansone, chief engineer,
vice chairman; Bart Costa, food
manager, treasurer; Mrs. Ted Lot-
terman, auxiliary president, sec-
retary; s. K Bronstein, adminis-
trator, ex-officio, and Raymond
R, Grossman, assistant adminis-
r, ex-ofl ii:".
NCCJ Elects
Miami Attorney
C. Clyde Atkins, Miami attorn-
ey, was elected co-chairman of
ihe Florida Region of the Nation-
al Conference of Christians and
lews.
Election took place at ihe an-
nual business meeting of the or-
ganization, held this week at the
McAllister Hotel. Richard F Wolf-
sen and Dr. C. Doran Tharp were
reelected co-chairmen.
.1. Vincent O'Neill was named
the treasurer for the coming year.
Judge Ray Pearson was elected
g< cretary.
The following were reelected [or
a term of three veals as members
of the Regional Board of Gov-
ernors: Dr. J. L. Bass, Roscoe
Rrunstetter, Dr. Ira P. Davis,
Mrs. Charles !:. Enterline, Leo A.
Furlong, Jr.. H. B. Hooper. Mrs.
L. J. McCaffrey, Mrs, Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, Ray H. Monsell,
James A. Ryder, John Serliin and
William O. Singer
Fleeted for a term of three
years was Charles L. Clements
!r.
Max J. Karl is regional dii i
SCHWIMMER. Harry, of 624 Mlchl-
tan Ave., dd-d In New Turk <"it>
Riverside.
DEUTSCH, Simon, S9
lins Ave. Newman.
St. >.-i vi, in N.u v.
MILLER. Albeit, Ml,
,f 3800 <''>- Ave Survlcea In Bull...... x
t-rslde.
lins Ave, .x-wnian .isi.l.
WALDMAN. Mis. BctWle, 70. "f 0 eHAYER Mrs I'ns.. ", f-.-
WuxhlnKton Ave. Rivers e. "J 2* ', ,. '', M""
Ave, Services in I'illshuryi \.V1.
man.
COHEN, II> in.in S JO, ol Ml 1,1
inai-.n Ave. s,n ,, |j ^.1
Riverside. -
Ullnn
BRAHM. Isidore, :.-.. of i::i sw
SSth Ave, Riverside.
KENNY, hVsuk T., 7L'. ..f 120 MR
Srd Ht, Servlcea in Atlantic City,
N..I. X,-\\ man.
N.l Newman. Riverside.
POLSTER. Aaron, 80, of S7O0 < ..liins uouis, Abraham s; t inn \
Ave.. di. .1 s.-i.t 24. Riverside, v_ Riverside,'
GIMBEL. II..I..H S. 80. of 550 H. e
Shore Dr., .li.-.l In Be'tlmore, Md., iptai wnnrc
,.., Sept. 2H Rlverslo*. LfetAL NUIICE
COHEN. Rel....... 7s. ..f 4IL'l \V
Hauler St., died Sept. 23. rjordon IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
W'l SON. Mis .lulls IT '. .: i 85, "I IN AND FOR DADE COU\~Y.
: Ith rsldi No 64613
Carruth. Mrs Anna \' 82, offln RK: Estate "f
i7,;.i \|.; -,|h Rlx-i Id. ABRAHAM I. B1NESTONE
FNESTONE Abraham I., of I9.T Heeeased
Si S'ewmnn NOTICE TO CREDITORS
C-FiRlNGER. Rlrhnrd, 80. i......I Pol To Ml Creditors nnd All
I'ns Ave s.-r. lees In (ink Park, llavlna Claims ..i Demands
h I*Iv..pmI,I. Salil llsl.it..:
IJIVI
^r^/c^lccr^4l m.
\i' I62n S ill Estate:
Vnu ..i. hereb) nol Ifli d i
gulled '" mesi nl an> rlaims
\ i ';.'.; i si Si \ in T -..ii. mured to present an> .l.nin-
lilv, mands whleh you may havi
i fMi- \1r i', ni 1746 Hi. estate ..I" ABRAHAM I. PI
'.,., \v< i: ST<>NE deceased late "i Had.
Mi'LFP Mlnnli HONE IC2nd !>' Elorlda, i" the Count)
S' ...is- i "f Hade Cimnty, and ni.- i
SHFLL'NS. .. '' : 'call mil as provided In .-
., ,v. ,i.. .,, i> .... v t i 6. I-'I..ii.I.i Statutes, in I
.. ,\ In (hi Counts Cnuni
ifflcri. In II..
I hide County, I ...i Ida, It Ii n *x
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''' '' isl publ ration hen of, lU. -
hyams. Qa, |i.,,,'. i | Miinnl Eli Ida, i
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THF CIRC'J T COURT Os
ELEVENTH J1 OIC I >.. CIRCI
FLORIDA IN AND
COUNTY. INCH'-.NCEF
N
I
T FOR DIV<
Vnu <:,: \
SP E L LM A N,
M"' s ill \>l\..... ., .
VEINER, .
'..'.
I, N ^ Rivi i Compl.iint ,.n ihi
FINKELSTEIN. Minnie, i 1(18 Vtlomey, MIl.TdN V |.'RI
lanb'm".' V,,,'1' V'nl": '""I '
roiai ...,i,i,.,. uled Sept -. Rivet- h I'leadlnn In
GOLDSTEIN. .;,...,. -.,. ; x
fal.....lo so, jndi......: Uj deft I ,ll
be taken airalnst you for th rell. i
pi_____ *+ m demanded In the Rill of Complaint.
riOOiQr vDrartanrt T,ils "...... -|,;'11 '" i.m.ii-i..
^^"*" ^m "*** eai-h week for fur eonsecutlvi weiks
in THE JEWISH I'l.i il:n .| | |
l>".\K AM. ORDERED at
i- lorlda, tills Ulll day of I hJtol A I '.
Pabbi David Kosenfeld will con- ,:,,il ,, ,, ,.,.:.v-,-,,,.;l.AI vx ,.,.
duct classes in Hebrew and Bible Circuit Court, Oad'e c.,unt} i irids
study at Flagler-Granada Jewish ,s,;'" By: K. M.Ly.UAN
'Center as part of its adult educa- MILTON a i-Vj'iki'.man'
I tion course. nil Alnsley Building
_. .,, Miami si, Florida
Classes will start Tuesday, 8 Attorney r... Plaintiff
p.m., and cover reading and writ-_________________" '-,; -.::.*
ing for beginners, and conversa- notice by publication
tionai Hebrew for advanced stu- IN THE circuit court of the
Innls ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
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Adult Education
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History and interpretation of the
, Bible will be studied in the Biole
( lass beginning Thursday. Oct. 15,
1 .1 10 a.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCEPV
No. 64C10672
SANDRA I. 1-AlltCl.ii'll PA :
Plaintiff,
RICH MIL \l l.l-.V p \.;i;
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RICMARIJ Al-I.EN i-w |
residence unknown
v'">. RICHARH Al,l.i:\ |>.
herebj notified that n Hill ..
for l>i\ oivi hi i filed
NOTICE UNDER
F CT.TIOUS NAME LAW
K is HEREIIY tllVEN that ,,|,,,m
' /V 'ORNBR si la N E. 14th ;, hi RIH ? C ~
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iin, tloldste n .\ Pai i
.i i.rnej ror Ri r i rant
hlBKli Kl
.'ii iini. Plorlda
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.....'I-' la HEREHY ; BN Ihtil
Ihe undersigned, .1.. Ii ,,_.., .
- undi r ii..- fictitious nam
Plorlda, an I file Ihi rintnnl i
' l leading in the oi
'i the l 'Iri ni i '.Min i,,.. ... (n(,
nd aaj of \..\,.iiii.. .,-,i
fall lo do so, jn Igmi ;
He taken agali t p tl
nded in the B
I In.- notice shall |
I HE JEWISH : \-
'"''"'''- hl '--'I 'i i oi >. in i ,.
V D IMI ORUERKU at Miami,
E H USATHRRM \N. C irk.
in uuslness under Ihe fictitious nam,- .- '-EATHERMAN, C
' IMPERIAL IMPORTS at 520 N.W '" "" '""n. Pnde
-Hi Street, Miami :i7. Florida in- <*-lrcult Court Seal)
tend1 to reclster said nam. with the l;> '' P-COPET^AND
i \ .i '., "'"" .1.111 Hi..
l or the nviiu roUr, ,,( !>.,,. Iieputj C
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a state ol Florida Corporation Miami. Plorlda
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trier:.-, October 9.
1964
+Jfwlti Fk>r/dHan
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
- rn; NTY JUDGE'S COURT
Xp0fl DADE COUNTY,
'V'oRIDi IN PROBATE
MO. 64483
AARON
...
TICE TO CREDITORS
. M|I All Pol'-ollS
I, .. .. Demands Against
, notified anil re-
;, -. any claims and .....
:::' %TifrRlvW!Slis:
\ \|JI .\ TI'RKEL dl -ascl
,.,-.. nty, Florida, to '"
lade County, anil
implicate and as pro-
733.16. Florida Hta-
11 ,-. in the 'ounty
, i..,,;,. County. Florida.
, ,;. .,:u months from in..
.],. -; publication hereof,
barred.
Florida, this ism
A.D. IN4.
.ill., \ TL'RKRL
V v, .lit |-|X
iri,.., tii n of ibis notice on
dn >' iitembe:. l" *.
s HRCNDWERa
[ for Kvcutrix
v i.., Build r11;
I', 'da
' T-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
D CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
i DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
\\ CHANCERY
No. 64C 10471
, m siBDLAND,
i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 11023
DEI i'ins cer\ ki.i.i.
I -l.i: 111 in .
VS.
ALBERT ANTHONY CER\'KI.I.I.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALBERT ANTHONY CERVELL1
20n llutler Street
VVeslhe' rv, l..,nv ll id S.V
Vim. AI.RK'I" ANTHONY CBR-
vei.i.i. ari ii. by notified thai n
I Hill of Complaint for Divorce Ins l.< >n
| filed again*) you, and you are re-
quired t,, sen n c< :>' "i yotn tn-
swer or Pleading u, the BUI of Com-
I plaint on the Plaintiff* n torney,
vvii i.iam .i ''! uviinv, 82" s w.
27 Av< i...... Miami, Floi Ida and file
the original Answer 01 Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Clwull
[Court ......i" before the 20th day of
, November, 1964. If you fall to ,i>. ao,
1 judgment b> default will be tnki n
I again"! you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice sh ill published once
,-.,, Ii .v .'. for or ."- ." i- k.-
ln THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
[KINK AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, this Oth day ,>f Octobei A.D.
I!".I
I.EATIIERMAN, CU 'li.
,,ui t, l iade County. I' loi dn
By: K M 1-1 MAN
I leputy Clerk
WH I \M I iloLDWi iRN
827 H \V. 27 Av,' Miami, Pin.
ph, ir.-1.'.",.',
ail,i nej for I'l i;111 iir
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 64C 10015
SIRIH IN K.\....i. ,\ i. ,...\" i IF
KIR RON ENTERPRISES', INC
I h :, si'lsiNU Mil.I. FARMS,
INC.
Plaintiff
A. .1. MKKI.KI:
I '.I. ml nil
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl Ii A .1. MESI.ER
!i:; Hals, v SI reel
l:.....kly a, New Yol k
VOC ARK HEREBY notified thai
an A.....nded Bill of Complaint has
been filed against you bj SIRRON
FARM, DIVISION of SIRRON EN-
TERPRISES, INC Ii a BPRlNfl
lill.I. FARMS, INC., whereby said
Plalntif. seeks paymenl for services
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
In
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64102-C
RE: Estate ,,i"
HTI'AIIT OOFF,
D.ceased.
CREDITORS
>i All pewnti*
Demands Agalnat
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C10091
ARTHl'R ALLEN,
Plaintiff,
ndcreil to you and your
"KIRK AT Will.'
You are r,-.|nii ,,f your Answer or Pleading
Amended Bill of Complalnl
Plaintiff's attorneys, YOl"N(!
ODlLl'l'O ft IIVMAN, H'T
Road, Miami Beach, Florl
B
I'ii.nii C
I
1
M .-CHIUCIBER,
II
ts
NOTICE TO APPEAR
I i.i AN M SCHRKIBER. and
Bchrelber, her
- in.i. his full name being
CLARENCE M. RU8CH nnd
\li: V. Bl'STH: his wife!
.1 | i- n.- are lit Ing, and II
i .ill person* having or clnlm-
. nny Interest In and to the
mufti described real estate,
i,,. u .in.i bi Ing in Uade County,
Honda, namely and to-wlt:
Block 3. FLORIDA CITY
> tNoR, being a part ,,f the sub-
[ s|on ol the North 4 of the
i, ... tl HEVa of Section :::.
Township M South, Range :>*
.,. rdlnl i" pi." filed No-
el i,er t. 1923, recorded in Plat
.".', puge -"', Public Records
iade 'ounty, Florida;
.. ii |r, devisees, grantees, suc-
i>rs, c editors, trustees, i-
... n 'dlans, executors or
,ii, .nistrutors, or other claim -
1. through and/or under
;t:. -,ii,l defendants.
i ,NH EACH OK YOU ARE
BI notified that a Complaint
Title i" U- above described
bus been filed against you
,,,-.-. and yii are required
i, unswei i" said complalnl
Blaintiff's attorney, '
LIEIlMAN, 633 North Krome
Homestead, Florida, and file
...1 answer In the office of ;
of tha Circuit Court of Ds.de
|.-|,M ,.ia. i.ii ,,i beioi,- -'.ii' |
t,,l..r. 1964.
;. Ii. LKATHERJIAN,
\ ,.i ill.- Circuit ',,iin
: <. P. COPELAND,
Deputy Clerk
I MERMAN
for Plaintiff
Ki....., Avenue
d, l la
:, :'."., 1" 2, ''. 16
R-2:i-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11018
SYLVI V ROU1CRTS,
Plaintiff
\ s.
i.i:\\ i^ uoiiER i's,
I'. I, ii,him.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl LEWIS III IRKRTS
,- o i '\ Roseulierg
1213 Avenue '/.
Brooklyn, New Yoi k
You are hereby notified thai ;< COM-
PLAINT FOR ANNULMENT OF
MARRIAUE has been broughl against
you, and you are required I" serve a
copy ,,f your answer or other response
there!.....i ii>-- plaintiffs attorney,
Stanley H. Richard, "", Lincoln Road,
Mi.ini Bench, Florida, 3313V and file
th.....-Iginal unswer or pleading In the
office ..f the ''I.i of Ihe Circuit Court
,. or before ihe 13th day of Novem-
ber, 1i"'l: otherwise, th-- allegations
i.i the said Complaint "ill l- IsJten
;,s confessed by you.
|,.,,,..l ;il MiHIIII, FlorliUt, this l.lli
day ,,f October, l'.'i'-i.
i:. i:. i.i: v rin.u.MAN. Clerk,
Ciri'Uil Court, Dade County, rlorhhi
(st.al) By l. V CAVANAOH
Ueputy Cierk
in 9-16-23-30
liurse,
p eom
to the
,,n the
CAP-
l. ncoln
.. and file
the original Answer "i Pleading i"
the offlci of Ho- Clerk ,,i il'<- Circuit
(..mi on or before the SBth Day of
,,,i,.ii,r. imm. if you fall i" do s,',
Judgment by default wlli be taken
against you for the llellel demanded
b) you in the Vmi nded Bill ,,i Com-
plaint,
DUNK. AND ORDERED il Miami,
l';ol,. County, llorlda, this 23rd day
of Si iitember, '.'">I
I'. I.. LEATHKRM \N.
i "lerk "f Circuit "oui l
Dade County, Florida
By .1. V. CAVANAOH (Seal)
l it puty Clerk
: 'J',, l" 2
NOTICE TO
To All Ci.-,iiiws
Having Claims ,.i
Bald Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed t,, presenl any claims and demands
which noii may have against the
estate of STUART QOFF, de-
ceased hit" of Dade County, Florida,
io the County Judges of Bade Coun-
ty, iiinl file the same in duplicate
iin,l :i- provided I" s.-.-ti,,ii 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication her.....'. "i the su..... "ill
1- ban 'l
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 16th
day ,-i Ki i'l. mi., r, a.i '. 1961.
AI.I.I.N E. BARTLETT, SU.
Executor of the Estate of
Stuart ti.,ft'. I "eceased

JKA.^AI.I.KN.
I lefendnnt.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JEAN ALLEN
7::i I JI iir Ii Street
Bayslde 61, (Jueens
New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified Hint
n Complalnl for Divorce has been
filed againsi you, and you are hereby
required < serve a copy of your
answ'er t" the Complalnl on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, i.kstku RtxiERS.
whose address 21 N.W. lltli Stn-et,
Miami, Forld i, and rile tl- original
of the Answer In the office ,,i the
Clerk of the Eleventh Judli lal Cli -
cull in iii"l for Dade County. Florida,
,, ni,i' before Hi, -'".ill day "i icioIht,
1964, in default of which the Com-
plaint "ill i tki n as confess, ,l by
on
l-'ir-i publication "i* Uii- notlr
Ihe iTili ,lii\ "I September, 1964,
CLAUDE M. BARNKS
Ait, i il > for Executor
203 Culumel Kldg,
, 23, I"-:'. 9, Ii.
CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 64C102-0
FRANCES I.YNNE HENEST,
I 'la ntiff,
ROBERT rfERALD GENEST,
I lefendnnt.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
you.
DATED this
l,,i. 1964.
i:
Clei l<
By:
i uii day "I S< Ii
B. LEATHBRMAN
of tile Circuit Court
i- |>. ,'l'Ci:i.ANl>
Deputy Clerk
:, ::. 10-2.

Yn
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.
d/b a b'i'RINU HILL FARMS,
INC.
Plaintiff
MAN IT. I'.ST A 1.1,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MAN CRE8TALL
Royal George Hotel
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
VOU ARE HEREBY notified
an Amended Bill of Complaint
been filed against you by SIRRON
FARM, DIVISION "i SIRRON WN-
TERURISEH, INC., d/b/a Kl'RINli
HILL KARMs, inc., whereby said
Plaintiff seeks payment for services
rendered t" you and your horse,
"UIRL APPEAL."
You are required to serve
of your Answer or Pleading
Amended BUI "f Complaint
Plaintiff's attorneys, YOCN'
iHUI.l'I'li . Road, Miami Beach, Florida
the original Answei
the office of the Clei k
IBERT GRRALI' GEN EST,
,,-i Office Box 11 SMC
Ammo School, Savanna Ord.
I i.i.i
Savanna, Illinois
ore notified t" serve u copy ,>f your
answer t, Divorce Complaint filed
luiiin-i V..U "ii Plaintiff's attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. 12th
Av... Miami, l ii and file original
with Clerk of this Court on "i before
October 26, 1964, otherwise complaint
will i- confessed by you.
DATED September 17th. 1964.
K. B. LEAATHERMAN, Clerk
By; MARGUERITE MORFORD, D.C
'i "",. 1"-^. 9, m
tlnit
tun
a copy
lo til,-
mi the
CAP-
1.in."In
. in,l file ,
I'leadlng in
lh. Circuit
TO:
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
k'.D FOR DADE COUNTY.
LC'RIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64534-C
Estate of
hlN I' RUDNICK.
JTICE TO CREDITORS
,;u,,i> and All Persons
| -1.> i 11 ~ "i Demands Againsi
' hereby notified and re-
_ present any claims and de-
nanda-SiiKii you may have againsi
he esft, ,,: BENJAMIN F. Rl D-
' 'K d' '' ; : '"'' '"lin,>';
FlorldsQ i" t'"' County Judges ,'f
Uude OMliilv. and file the some In
.iiipllcatBand us provided in Section
VH.K Boil,lu Statutes. In their of-
Fili. County Courthouse m
ounty, Florida, within six
months from the tim
publication hereof, or
! bniTi-d.
."At Miami, Florida, this
L(t'l"li< r. A.D. 1904.
**k I.I. VNCHE RI DNICh
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
minO FOH DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10832
HAROLD BEAVER,
Plalntllf,
VVILMA JEAN BEAVER,
11,.i,-ii,la nt
NOT.CL BY PUBLICATION
in: UII.MA JEAN BEAVER,
,. ,. Ui n M. <" Hershbei gei
It. F. D. No. 2
Ibs.'kwood, Pennsylvania _,_,_
YiU ARE HEREBY NOTIMBD
that u Bill "i Complalnl for Dlvoice
has been filed againsi you, and you
,,, required t,, file an Answer or
leading "'Hi the Clerk of this
Court, nnd to serve a,e "> Hie
Plaintiff's Attorney. Ephralm cot-
linn 11 in 7'.'ili Street Causeway,
Miami Bench, Florida 33141. or or be-
.,.,. the 13th day ol November, 1864,
,,, |udg.....m i" default "ill be tak-
en against you for the relief de-
'"DONE \Nl> ORDERED at Miami,
Klorlda, ilii-- 1st day of October,
\ 11 1961
K. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Klorlda
11} K. M I.YMAN.
I'. iiiiiv cioi k
10/9. 16, 33, SO
Court on or bef..... the 26th Day "i
October, 1964. If you fail i" 'I" ~"-
Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the Relief demanded
by you in the Amended Bill ol Com-
plaint
DONE AND ORDERED Miami,
Dade County, Klorlda, this 23rd dt.y
of September, 1964,
i: || UOA IIIKKMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dude County. Florldi
|:> .1
V CAVANAOH
Deputy Clerk
I Seal)
I" J 9, '.'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10333
in the Matter <<
Changing Name of
RICHARD DENNIS BELLO.___
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Tii WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE Is hereby given that
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,
,l\.\li..-' FREDERICK HKLSKL. a
single man and MELLIE J. HKl.si'.l..
single woman,
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MELLIE J. HKLSKL,
A Single Woman
506 Church Street
Sumter, South Carolina
Vr.l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that ii suit t,, foreclose mortgage
nsalnsi i.ul and personal property has
been Bled against you In the above
Court by Ihe Plaintiff, THE Plu>\ l-
DENT INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS
IN JERSEY CITY.
The property sought to be foreclos-
ed u as follows:
Lot l in I'.l'" k -'" of FIRST ADDI-
TION TO VYESTWOOD LAKE,
Recording i" the Plal thereof, re-
corded in i'l.n Book '.7. ut Page
i.i ,,i in.. Public Records "t I >ade
County. Floi Ida
YOU ARE REQUIRED to sens a
ropy of your answer or other plead-
ing "ii Plaintiff's Attorney, MAL-
COLM H FRIEDMAN, !43 Security
Trust Building, ii'' Basl Flagler
Street. Miami 32. Florida, and rile the
original in the office of the Clerk ol
the above Court, on or before the
126th uay of October, 1964, In default
of which the t.'omplalnt will i- taken
as confessed againsi you f"i the re-
lief requested In Plaintiff's Complaint
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C0309
ESTHER MARIA SSATARAIN de
I AGI iM \SIN' I,
Plaintiff,
ROBERTO il' VN LAOOMASlNi I
h'ERNANDE/ I AN DO,
I lefendant.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERTO MAN LAGoMASINO
KERNAN1 HCZ PANI I
Flanbnyanes No. !>':
Hyde Park
Ki,, Pledi a-. I"'"-' to Rici
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
., Complaint for Divorce 1ms
Hied against y..... and you are hereby
required t" serve a copy "i your
answer i" the Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, LESTER RoOLRS,
whose address is 921 N.W. nth Stre,
Miami. Forlda, and file the original
of th,- Answer In ih>. office ol the
Clerk of tiie Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Dade County. Florida,
o nor before the 27th da) "i October,
1964. In default "f which the c.m-
plalnt will be token as confessed by
J"i"'-,i,.,i this 18th day ol Septem-
ber, 1964.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk ,'f the Circuit Court
By: C. P. col'l'.i.ANli
Deputy Clerk
'., ..'". 10-2, 9, '"
that
I,,-.
undersigned Petitioner,
DENNIS BELLO, whose r.-sm.... ,
:;6I Florida Boulevard, Dade County
RICHARD I and pleadii
DATED i
Ii, r. 1984
th,
2nd
itlci
so
WL\f Administratrix
^^^^\ll'lli'iili"<< li"
the fijl'il.....i October, l'."H
^^^mt sil.VERMAN
Mtor^^Lfor Administratrix
13 Ay Building.
.! [Florida
NOTICE TO CREDlTOrts
THI COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA: IN
PSJOBATE. NO. S3.817-B
IN RR: EST \TI: ui
B> PKtlP.
slltors, Legatees, Dlstri-
Persona Having Any
Demands Against bald
De,
to A
luiti-ea an. i
claims or
F!Rtut
Yob and
notified V<
Law to pr.
munds shi,
ich of you are hereby
von are required by
nt any- claims and de-
^ili you. "or either of you,
may hv bk.mi m the estate < Abrn-
SV|.. ile.-.-ased. late "f said
unty. to tl County Judge of
Bod* 430Ulli. I- l,,ril:i. .it lus office
the court house "' said County
liml Fl.'i'l,. "itliin six months
.Han the time ,.r the nisi publlca-
of this l'"i'h ;'lalni m
demand ahaII i- m "I'ltlnii In dupli-
^^s^^Vshall the
resldersv ami ; -i "t'>' address of
the claimant. i -imii l"' sworn to
the claim.nit. his agent, or his
,,. an.I -",'< ''"> ,'," m'-
mand not s,, filed shall be void.
)lil;is A. SKIIl'
As egecul' I" l-nsi tVill ami
Tet-tan '. Al'i ill."11 L.
.I HI..,''.
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ilfinx 'J I".
_tm v.. h, Florida
n; Oct. 9. 194
10/9, 111. -".
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STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION
(Act of October 23. 1962: S:etion 4369,
Title 39. United States Code)
Hale ,,f filmu-. Sept. 80, 1984; title Of
publication. The Jewish Florldian:
fretiuency of Issue, weekly; location ol
iiii,,ii office of publication, 120 N.fc.
Ktli Ft., Miami. Klorlda 33133, loca-
tion of the headquarters or general
business offices of the publishers, K!
n.k th St.. Miami, Morlda 33132.
Publisher. Fred K. Bhochet, IS8 N.K.
lith St.. Miami, Florida 33132; editor,
Fred E Shochet, i- N.K. utJ> St.,
Miami. Florida 88U2; managing edi-
tor, Fred K. Bhochet, 1*0 N.K. tli St..
Miami. Florida ,".:'.13L'.
Uwner: Fred K. Shocli-t. l.'i.B.
2973 Miami. Ilorida 33101: Ktli.l
Shi.ehet. I'l Ml. 2173. Miami, Florida
33101. (A Partnership.)
Known bonuholuei s, morlKat;ees.
and other seeuriiy holders owning or
holding 1 percent or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgages or other
securities: None.
Average No. copies each issue dur-
ing preceding 12 months:
Total No. copies printed ........-..n.uou
Single Issue nearest to filliiR date 16.200
Paid Circulation:
To term subscribers by mall, carrier
delivery or by other means 13.7d0
Single issue nea'est to filine date 13,730
Sales through agents, news dealers,
or otherwise ...................... J0"
Single issue mar.st to filing dale 3011
Free distribution (Including samples)
by mall, carrier delivery, or by other
means '''':"
simile issue nearest to filing date L.I i
Total No. of copies distributed 18,000
Single Issue ti- aresl to filing date 18,800
i certify that the statements mad,
by me above ire i ol rei I and c implei
I'KED-K. SlliicilKT. Publish
Florida, Intends to apply to the Hon-
orable Francis J. Christie, Judge "i
the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and i
for Dade County. Florida, at ins of- i
rice in the Hade County Courthouse, I
at 9:25 A.M. "ii the Sth day ,>f Octo- :
her l'l'il or as soon thereafter as he
may be heard, for an Order 'Janeine
his name from RICHARD M.N.M.-
KKLI.ii t" RICHARD FREDJSKU K
BELLO, by which name he will there-
after he known. ..,
Dated ot Miami. Hade County, Flor-
ida, this L'lst day of September, 1964.
Clerk
i:.
of
By
is 17th day of Septem-
LEATHBRMAN
the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
HELEN KES8LER
Deputy clerk
: IS, 10-2. 9. 16
RICHARD" DENNIS BEIXO,
Petitioner
MARTIN S. FORMAN,
Attorney rr Petitioner
8451 Bird Road
Miami. Florida 83156 ( ^ w 3 9 i(.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVI1N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHANCES "IV ut 4640 West Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk ,if the
Circuit Court of Dade County, llorlda.
N K B. INC.....
Sole Owner
PA4I. KWITNEY OF
SILVEKST1C1N, KWITNEY &
fJOUDISS
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road. MlamlBeiuh. Ha
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name pi
CAPRI UPHOLSTERY at T6S NE f9th
Street, Miami, llorlda intend t" reg-
ister said mime with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ,,f I iade County. Florida.
CARLOS REY
it a i'l. c.uMi:/.
I1ATTKN .V SAI.I'.M
PHI NW 5th street
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Key -^ domes
a/is--5. I
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida, in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 64C104S5
THE WlLLIAMSl'.ri-.CH SAVIN',S
BANK
Plaintiff
john' phillip sheridan and
ELIZABETH F. SHERIDAN, his wife.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JOHN PHILLIP SHERIDAN nnd
ELIZABETH P. SHKltlDAN.
his wife.
;".l K street
IVtuluiua. California
You are hereby notified that the
above coptloned action has been In-
situted against you In the Circuit
curt of the Uth Judicial Circuit of
Klorlda In and for Dade County to
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real property:
l.ot IS Block 60 First Addition to
Carol CItV, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 60
at Page 1 of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Cl.-rk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a OOpy theerof upon plaintiff's
attorney, martin FINE, nth Floor,
I'a,I, Federal Building, Miami 32.
Klorlda. not later than October 27.
1984. ,,r a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against you.
K. B. LEATHBRMAN,
DATED: September II, 1884,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bj C. P COPELAND,
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney tor Plaintiff
i ui, i i..... i aii- Federal I'.idg.
Miami 32, Florid*
1/25. 10/2 I, lo
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C10284
BISCAYNE CENTRAL MORTOAnl-,
COMPANY, a Klorlda Corporation,
Plaintiff,
ERNEST ELDRED HEATHCOCK
and IMOGENE HEA'I in "< K,
iiis wife, et al ,
i lefendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To Ernest Eldred Henthcock and
Imogene Heathcock, his wife,
nol known t" be dead m alive.
and If dead, the unknown spousi
heirs, devl ,s. grantees, nsbtnees,
Uunors, creditors, trustees, or
othei claimants by through un-
der or against, said Ernest El-
dred Henthcock and Imogi ne
Heathcock, his wife, or either
of them, and ail parties having
or claiming to have any right,
title or Interesl In the property
described herein whose residence
is unknown.
You are hereby notified that a suit
has h.en filed against you In the
above Identified Court by the above
named Plaintiff to lor,-, lose a mort-
gage on the following described
'""Lo,",/ block 4. Of LAKEWOOD
ESTATES, according t" the Plat
thereof, recorded in Pint Book
page SI. of the Public Records "I
Dade County, Florida, together
with the structures and Improvi -
ments contained thereon,
and vou are required t" file your
inswer or other pleading responsive
to said Complaint with the Cleric of
the above Identified .Court and to
serve B Copy theleol on I.KOl.l-l'.
NATHANSON, 1884 N.K. 123 Btreet,
North Miami. Florida, Attorney tor
Plaintiff, o -r before the Si th day
of October. 1964, otherwise the allega-
tions contained In said Complaint win
i. taken as confessed by yon.
Hated al Miami. Hade County, Flor-
ida this isth day of September, 14.
K. P. LI 'ATHEISM AN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By; C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
t 2.-.. 10-2. I, 18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64123
In RE: Estate f
WILLIAM KAP.l.lN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor-- and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the
estate of WILLIAM KARI.IN. de-
ceased late ot i to the Count) Judges "f Dads Coun-
t\. and file the same In their Offices
ill the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from tin date of the fii si pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred,
PEARL K MSI.IN
CAIDEN ft ROTHENBERH
By : BARRETT M ROTHE.NBERQ
v
:'.n-, Biscay n, B illdlng
Miami, Florida
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llewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, October 9, 1964
Section C
IN THE 16TH YEAR OF ISRAEL'S STATEHOOD Miami and Israel plough
of S2.500.00 for Miami comes on top of the existing Miami record of S2.000,
000 for 1963. This is a challenge whose accomplishment will set a new pace
for the entire country.
Miami Paces the Nation in Service to Israel
The your 1964 marks two epic
. tones for Israel, the eelebra-
IN THE Footsteps of the Giants
. Leonard Rosen. Greater
Miami Israel Bond chairman,
determinedly sets the goal
following the phenomenal
arowth of Israel Bonds in
Miami paced bv Sam Fried-
land and Jack A. Cantor, as
well as others who preceded
him. Miami achieved the
record of S2.000.000 in 1963.
lion of Israel's L6th anniversary
as ,, free nation and the begin-
oj (he redemption ol the
first Israel Bonds.
Mi imi, i""- faces an historic
, [( tone with the ann tunce-
men! that a record-shattering
goal ol S2.r>oo.ooo in Israel Bond
sales has been set for tin- year.
From the birth ol Israel. Mi-
ami has had a special place In
the dreams, hope-, and efforts to
help Israel merege as a free
and independent n at i o n, Mi-
amlans as individuals and as
members of synagogues and or-
ganizations have helped our
community achieve this notable
r e c o r d ol accomplishment on
Israel'.- behalf.
When the Israel Bond program
was first launched in 1951. Mi-
ami was chosen as one of the
fir-t communities to initiate
the historic measure of provid-
ing Israel with desperately-need-
ed economic support, and
Israel's venerable David Ben-
Gurion, chose Miami as one of
the few cities in the world which
he personally visited at the in-
ception of the Israel Bond pro-
gram.
Greater Miami synagogues,
together with their spiritual and
lay leaders, have been a source
of infinite inspiration and
strength to the Israel Bond pro
gram. Today, the series of syna-
gogue dinners which have be-
come traditional in the commu-
nity, help to form the very
foundation of the Israel Bond
effort.
With such stellar leadership.
Miami has achieved the impres-
sive rank as the leading city in
the world in bund sales on a per
capita basis. On the basis of this
record, leaders of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization
have adopted the unprecedent-
ed goal Of S2.500.0OO in this, the
year of redemption, with full
confidence that it will he achiev-
ed.
To make the attainment of
this goal possible, an impressive
program of communal activities
has been scheduled, starting
with appeals for Israel Bonds at
synagogues during the recent
High Holiday period, continu-
ing with a series of traditional
dinners sponsored by temples an
dinners sponsored by temples
and synagogues throughout the
community, thence to the Wom-
en's Division Fashion Show
Luncheon and the gala Ambas
sador's Ball in December. A de-
tailed preview of these exciting
coming events filled with joy and
meaning to Greater Miami and
to Israel is presented on the fol-
lowing pages
THE PRIVILEGE OF BEING NEEDED to expressed to Sam
Friedland by Moshe Sharett as Carl Weinkle looks on This
scene which took place back in 1951. when the Israel Bond
drive was launched, could as easily have taken place in I9bJ.
Sam Friedland. Carl Weinkle and so many of the early pio-
neers are among the leaders in the Israel Bond effortone
of the reasons for the remarkable record of Miami in the world-
wide Israel Bond movement.


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Friday, October 9. 1964
*Jc**isti ftcridftann
Page 3-C
IN SERVICE OF ISRAEL
Rifkin to be Honored
ft At Beth Sholom Fete
QUALITY OF LEADERSHIP
... is somelhinq which Beth
Sholom has a talent for de-
veloping. Seymour Silver-
man. Trustee of Israel, and
his wife were hosts at their
North Bay Rd. home last
week to the members of the
Committee of Hosts in prep-
aration for the dinner.
Twenty years ago, when R'ab-
bi Leon Kronish became spirit-
ual I e a (I e r of Temple Beth
sholom. the congregation num-
bered only a handful of families
who met in a r e n t e it store
which served as the temple.
Through his guidance, BethTA
Thro u g h his guidance, Beth
Sholom today has a membership
close to 1.000 families and has
established itself as one of the
most vital congregations in serv-
ice lo the community and to the
State )1 Israel, winning national
recognition lor itself and for its
spiritual leader.
It was Temple Beth Sholom
which pioneered synogogue din-
ners on behalf of Israel Bonds
in this community. The Temple
THE MENORAH OF FAITH AND THE MENORAH OF ISRAEL
. are held aloft by Rabbi Leon Kronish, national vice pres-
ident for Congregational Israel Bond drives. Rabbi Kronish
has won recognition by Israel and the American Jewish com-
munity for his pioneering leadership in urging the develop-
ment of ties between U.S. and Israeli Jewry.
Beth Sholom Israel Dinners have
become a tradition in the com-
munity and have achieved great-
er results for Israel Bonds with
each passing year.
The dinners, focusing commu-
nitywide attention on the acti-
vities of the congregation tor
Israel, have served as occasions
to accord recognition to those
men and women ol the Temple
who have been in the forefront
of service for Israel. It is at the
Iraditional Beth Sholom dinners
that men such as Isidore Hecht,
James M. Albert. Sidney B. An-
sin and Rabbi Kronish himself
have been singled out for extra-
ordinary honors merited by their
exemplary dedication and serv-
ice to their congregation, the
((immunity and the State of Is-
rael.
On Saturday evening. Oct. 17.
this year's Beth Sholom Israel
Dinner will take place at the
Doral Beach Hotel. To be honor-
ed at the event will be .Jacob
Rifkin. An ardent worker on be-
hall of Israel, Rifkin is a Trustee
of Israel ;;ri cause serving Israel's interest-.
Dinner chairman will be Sol
Silverman, who served as vice
chairman in 1963,
Louis Snetman, president <>t
Temple Beth Sholom and past
Israel Bond chairman and Mrs.
Snetman will serve as chairmen
nl the Committee of Hosts. Com-
mmenting on the forthcoming
dinner. Snetman called attention
to the important place Temple
Beth Sholom has always had in
the annual Israel Bond cam-
paigns and expressed confidence
that the congregation will take
an important part in helping Mi-
ami achieve its redemption year
goal ol S2..i00.000 in Israel Bond
sales."
IN TRIBUTE AND AFFECTION Jack and Harriet Rifkir.
are proven leaders for Israel. A Golden Trustee of Israe.
through his pace-setting Israel Bond purchases, Rifkin is c
prominent member of the Temple Beth Sholom Board.
FROM ISRAEL WITH GRATITUDE Izzy Hecht is con-
gratulated by Israel's Ambassador Mordekhai Shneerson
who came to Miami to present him with Israel's Plaque of
Honor in tribute to his service and generosity through the
years.
A Rabbi's
Spirit
The story of T e m i> 1 e Beth
Sholom m spirit and in deed sets
the pace lor American congre-
gational life.
Among the keys to the Beth
s li o I o in storj is Rabbi Leon
Kronish, "ho has been m the
forefront of leadership in Hie
Israel Bond effort.
The other aspect '->t the story
is the quality of lay leadership
ol our Temple Beth Sholom and
the degree to which they, in com-
mon with the Rabbi's inspira-
tion, have taken so prominent a
place in the American endeavor
fbr Israel," according to Louis
Snetman, president.
THE MAP OF ISRAEL ... is the same today as it wes six
teen years ago when Israel was proclaimed a State. The
interior of the state, however, >s an ever-changing process
Contributors to the change include men like Jack Canto:
national chairman for Golden Trustees of Israel, statewide
chairman of Israel Bonds and Israel Bond chairman for bank:
and fiduciaries. Above are Mr. and Mrs. Cantor admirinq the
map of Israel etched in silver, which was presented to then
for their extraordinary service in the economic developmer.;
of the country. Mrs. Cantor was made a Woman of Valo:
by the late Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.
PRESIDENT, CHAIRMAN AND HONOREE James Albei.
has served in all these capacities in the course of his leade:-
ship at Temple Beth Sholom. To accord ihe recognition <
the State of Israel, Gen. Yigal Allan, Israel's Minister of Lab
or, presents Albert a symbol of Israel's, gratitude.
IF IT CONCERNS HUMANITY IT CONCERNS
ME The philosophy of Sidney Ansin who,
under the chairmanship of Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Snehr.an, was accorded the State of Israel
Redemption Award in 1963. Left to right are
Lou and Betty Snetman, Israel's Ambassador,
Katriel Katz, and Sophie and Sidney Ansin.
THE WOMAN'S TOUCH may be one reason for the ex-
citing social atmosphere so characteristic of the Beth Sholorr.
Israel Bond dmners. Above, Mrs. Seymour Silverman and
Mrs. Louis Snetman share the planning of a dinner with
Metropolitan Opera Star Jan Peerce on a recent visit to Mianv.


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. Boin the year that Is-
mbol of a growinq Is-
life is cause for cele-
ustee of Israel, kindles the
udded year for the new
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT-ISRAEL HUMANITARIAN AWARD ... and its
recipient, Esther Weinkle "whose nobility of character and deep human
concern have won for her the love and esteem of all the community
and the universal recognition of those to whom Israel is dear." Mrs.
Weinkle was the first recipient of this unigue award.
"IF YOU BUT WILL IT, IT CAN BE A REALITY" .
This was the slogan of Theodore Herzl when Ve
envisioned the Jewish state, and it is the faith ex-
pressed by Jack A. Cantor, nationally-prominent
financier, who originated the "Golden Trustee"
category of Israel Bond purchases of the S50.0CO
level. Cantor himself has set the pace with a
"Century" Trusteeship, representing purchases in
the SI00,000 category. Cantor today serves as-
statewide chairman for bank purchases of Israel
Bonds, another "first" for Florida in that it leads
the entire nation in Israel Bond sales in this Held.
Ints repre-
epresenta-
of mutual
the above
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eivinq the
Ant of Noi-
>av. ih pride.
IN THE BEGINNING ... In Miami, pace-
setter for the nation, the first Israel Bond
meeting was held in the synagogue and
the first speaker was Claude Pepper,
whose influence emerged as a major
factor in the American recognition of
the new-born state. From the day that
Israel was born, Pepper has been in
the forefront of the American endeavor
in Israel's behalf.
BETH Sholom-to Miami-to Is-
rael This was the se-
quence of leadership of the
late Sam Oritt to whom Is-
rael was a prime interest to
the end of his days. Oritt
served as Beth Sholom chair-
man and finally on the na-
tional Board of Governors of
the Israel Bond Orqanization.
LADIES FIRST Elise Adcms, noted phi-
lanthropist, has set a new pace in the an-
nals, of Israel Bonds by becominq the first
woman Century Trustee with a purchase oi
S 100,000 in Israel Bonds. Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, of Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs. Adams
Temple, takes pride in receivinq the SI00,000
check, a purchase which has since been re-
peated year after year.
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Ike so much of prssent Israel, is yesterday's dream and to-
Jans the continents with comfort and security, makinq Is-
B to America, Europe, Africa and a growing periphery of
Above, Capt. Leo Gardner, who heads El Al's Miami office,
[test El Al jet to Max Orovitz, Sam Blank, Sam Friedland
Miami Group.
AND ON THE SEA The SS Jerusalem will always have a cherished place in the
hearts of Miamians, especially the Israel Bond family. The SS Jerusalem afford-
ed the Israel Bond leadership the opportunity to initiate the Pan-American Friends
of Israel Good Will Tour, a memorable voyage which brought the crossed flags of
the United States and Israel to good neighbors in Latin American countries under
the Commodoreship of Carl Weinkle. This Miami "first" has won enthuiastic rec-
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the pride of the bienda of Israel c: -.-.
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SHIMON YALLON SLATED AT RECEPTION HERE
Diplomatic Corps to Greet New Envoy
YOUNG AND OLD ... At Temple Menorah.
Israel has a tradition in which all take part
under the leadership of Rcbbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Temple Menorah has from its inception
made the cause of Israel an integral part of the
life of the temple.
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annals Gre iti r Miami.
immunity welcomes
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Shimon Yallon.
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at a Reception ol Si
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Dinner Mr Yallon will be ..
ed by the Diplomatic Corps
the leaders of the community.
Temple President Maurice
ill be hosl at t hi e\ ent
The Hebrew year 5725 a ill
mark the 15th anniversary ol
T e m p e Menorah'* exist
iince its founding in a small store
on Normandy Isle during the
High Holidays of 1949.
Two yeua after its establish-
ment. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
became spiritual leader of what
was then known as North Shore
J( lab (enter. Temple Menorah
ha- now grown into a 800-family
ion with varied acti-
vities for every age bracket.
Maurice Kevitz. serving an un-
precedented fifth year as presi-
dent of the Conservative Temple
Menorah. guided the Temple
through its expanded building
programs. "Under his adminis-
tration. Revitz united the Tem-
leader-hip in a oncerted
drive to secun the 1 1 '"' J1^
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ICoL and Mrs. Harris Will be Feted
At Temple Ner Tamid Dinner Here
,,,l. ..... Mrs. William Harris,
husband-and-wite team who
have been dedicate'! leaders of
Temple Ner Tan;;; since its
hjrlh. will be joir.tl> honored at
the Temple's fen dinner on
Sunday. Nov. 29. at the Fontaine-
Under the direction
Eugene Labovitz and
Pre* Murr ; v the din-
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Imhi in the communitj program
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ramid is now housed in a one
million dollar edifice and serves
over 450 member-, showing in-
creased growth front year to year
as a force in Greater Miami
through its spiritual and com-
Imunal activities."
Rabbi Labovitz ex| ressed the
Ipride ol the entire congregation
lupon the selection Col. and
I Sirs. Harris for special honors.
It is most appropriate that Col.
ind Mrs. Harris have been select-
ed for special tribute."
A committee of temple and
community leaders .il join in
[preparations for the Temple Ner
[Tamid-Israel Dinner
"This dinner." said Rabbi
Labovitz, "will display the close
affinity between the religious
life <>f the synagog and the
continued susten tti Israel
through Israel Bon i -
COL. AND MRS. WILLIAM HARRIS They will be hon-
ored at the forthcoming Ner Tamid dinner on Nov. 29, the
first night of Chanuka.
ESHKOL SAYS:
Expressing the thai it
v ill -t new record n financ-
ing the building an develop-
ment ol Israel, Prime Minister
Levi K h k ol haile I the Israel
Bond campaign, in i Vaami
:- ,i I) ading city.
Eshkol emphasize I t te impor-
tance of Israel Bonds CO the de-
velopment of isra^ during the
past thirteen year-
SO YOUNG, SO GREAT The devotion of Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz la one reason. Another is the leadership of Presi-
dent Murray Shaw. Both found expression in the initial Is-
rael Bond iinner of the temple last year which in attendance
and bond sales was one of the outstanding dinners of the
year. Or. this occasion, Shaw was awarded Israel's Re-
demption Plague from Gov. Theodore McKeldin. of Maryland.
Banks
Buy Bonds
BUILDER OF ISRAEL ... is a title accorded to those whose
Israel Bond purchases are sufficient to buiid a home in Israel
for a newcomer. Henrietta Fine, builder of a temple and
uilder of a community, is as well a builder of Israel. She
^.ts been a leade: of Israel in the Women's Division move-
'd ment for many years. Above, she prepares to light Israel's
SCHEDULED FOR OCT. 25
Herman Fe/dman Will
Be Honored at Beth
Am Israel Bond Dinner
Although y 0 ii n B in years of
existence. Temple Beth Am has
already won widespread recogni-
tion as a leading congregation
in service to its members, to the
community and to the state of
Israel. AI the forefront of activi-
ties for and by the temple is
Herman Feldman, one of the
founders of the congregation and
its first president.
On Oct. 25, Herman Feldman
will be singled out for special
I,on i- at the Temple Beth Am
Israel dinner, which will be held
at the Doral Country Club. Feld-
man has been chosen to receive
the coveted Israel Redemption
Award in recognition of his ex-
traordinary service to the con-
gregation and to the State of
Israel.
Spearheading plans for the din-
ner are Rabbi Dr. Herbert Baum-
gard. spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Am, and Phil Revitz. com-
munity and temple leader who
will serve as chairman. Working
closely with them will be Byron
Cherkas. temple president, and
other leading members of the
congregation.
Almost from its inception.
Temple Beth Am has been a
major force on behalf of Israel
in South Dade. Leading these ef-
forts has been Feldman. who
served as chairman of the first
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Greater Miami banks are mak-
ing history this year with impor-
tant purchases of State of Israel
Bonds. Many of the leading banks
have demonstrated their confid-
ence in the State of Israel and
In the people of Israel by adding
substantial holdings of Israel
Bonds to their investment port-
folios.
The Fidelity National Bank of
South Miami, headed by Monroe
Dixon. chairman of the board,
and John Gier, president, has
announced a purchase of $20,-
000 in Israel Bonds. The pur-
chase will be made at the Tem-
ple Beth Am dinner to be held
Sunday evening. Oct. 25, at the
Doral Country Club. The purchase
was inspired by chairman Mon-
roe Dixon, a Temple Beth Am
member, and Jack Weisglass,
vice president of the bank, also
a member of Temple Beth Am.
A third Beth Am member on the
Board of Directors is Jack Green.
Temporarily located at 5730
Bird Rd., the bank has a new
building under construction at
Temple Beth Am-Israel Dinner
in I960 and again in- i%t. occas-
ions graced by such personalities
as the late Eleanor Roosevelt,
whose inspiration has remaine<
a potent force in con
activities
\- a launder of Temple Beth
Am and first president, Hei
Feldman has seen the i
tion grow from a handful of
membership to more than 651
families housed in a buildinf
North Kendall Dr., which was
completed in 1958. In help.:
make this growth possible. Fold-
man served in numerous capaci-
ties, such as chairman ol the
I ol Trustees, chairman :
the Building Committee, chair-
man ol the Fund-Raising Com-
mittee and chairman of the
Planning Committee.
In addition to his temple activi-
ties and service for Israel Bonds,
Feldman is a member of the
Board of Governors of the Jew-
ish Federation of Greater Miami
and is a past vice president of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. Southeast Re-
gion.
Vice president of Construct mi:
Products Corp.. Feldman lives
with his wife. Rose, and family
in Coral Gables. They are the
parents of a daughter. Rosalind,
18. a student at North West
University, and a son Robert 16
LARGE OAKS FROM LLITTLE ACORNS ... The story of
Temple Beth Am is a story of meteoric growth in substance
and stature, as well as in size and facilities. This growth, which
represents the growing service to young and old, is parallel
with a growing awareness of the challenge and responsibil-
ity of a growing State of Israel to every nature American
Jew. Seen above are Rabbi Dr. Herbert Baumgard, spiritual
leader. Herman Feldman, Beth Am's first president and first
Israel Bond chairman, and Phil Revitz, who will serve as chair-
man for this year's dinner.
LIGHT OF THE TEMPLE AND LIGHT OF ISRAEL David
Light has set a tone of leadership for Beth Am which echoed
throughout the community. His generosity and devotion ex-
tend to all the causes which make for a better neighborhood
extending from South Miami, around the world, and to the
State of Israel. Above, he is entertaining Ambassador and
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Friday. October 9. 1964 +Jewisti MoriaTtcif Page 3-E Sinai Women Hold Program Officers of the Hebrew Academy PTA who were installed Sunday by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, featuring Mrs. Norman Gladsden, artist and Academy parent, are seated (left to right) Mrs. Morris Waldman, Mrs. Sam Shapiro, Mrs. Samuel Rosner, president; Rabbi Gross; Mrs. Leo Reinhard and Mrs. Harry Rosenberg. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Leonard Adler, Mis. Raphael Sinuk, Mrs. Miltcn Ehrenreich, Mrs. Albert Cohen, Mrs. Shmaryahu Swirsky, Mrs. Maurice Kellner, Mrs. Zvi Berger, Mrs. Lillian Meyer, Mrs. Charles Simon and Mrs. Simon Simkovic. Garden Club At Beth Am Set for Friday Community Singers Rehearse Seventy-five members of the Miami Beach Community Singers are preparing for their next cantata to be held in the Ida Fisher Auditorium on the last Sunday in November. The Choral Group meets at 7 p,m. each Thursday at the Fisher Community School, 1424 Drexel Avc., for a sightreading class under the direction of Ben Yomen. President is Gcrtmde Cantor. : Dade Garden Club will have its vine, treasurer. first open meeting of the year FriMrs. Norman day, 9:30 a.m., at Temple Beth %  \m. .Members and prospective members are welcome to attend, and will be taken on a tour of the club's award-winning project, an authentic Hebrew Biblical Garlen, now installed at Temple Beth Am. The club was recently honored [or its garden with an award in the Churches category, in the third annual Hands project contest, sponsored by the Sears Community improvement Fund. A lour of the St. James Lutheran lunch Biblical Garden, in Coral Gables, is also 'planned. New officers of the club are Mrs, Si Lawrence. president; Mrs, George Gittelson, first vice iident; Mrs, Dory Auerbach, second vice president; Mrs, Waiter Kaye, recording secretary; S a m u • l Goldstein, cor: rtding secretary; Mrs, Al Le BB Women's Council In All-Day Seminar B'nai B'rith Women's Council of •:i is sponsoring its second annual executjve training conference on Sunday, Oct. 11. at the Holiday Inn. 1350 So. Dixie Hwy. The all-day seminar of workshops in human relations and leadership training will begin at 10 a.m., and run through to 4 p.m., with a break for lunch. Over 150 women from B'nai B'rith Women's chapters in the Greater Miami area will participate. Mrs. David Sachs, president of the Miami Council, has also received reservations from Hollywood and the Palm Beach area. Prof. Virgil Picstick will conduct the workshop on "Human Relations." Prof. Picstick is assistant professor of Human Relations at the University of Miami, and chairman of the Department of Human Relations. Mrs. Shepard Lewis, vice president, District 5 BBW, will conduct a leadership training workshop. "Procedures and Policies of B'nai B'rith Women"' will be the subject of the workshop conducted by Mrs. Murray Skup, oflicer ol District 5. Luncheon speaker will be Edwyn I ewis, regional director. Florida Council on Community Relations. Ray Berrin are co-chairmen of the Todd and Mrs. Biblical Garden Project. Sisterhood of Temple Sinai of Hollywood met Tuesday evening at the Temple. Social Actions Committee, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Natalie Freedman, and Mis. Gerald Rosen, program and cultural vice president, presented "The Minorities lace the Challenge of the Day." Guests were Kev. George M. Champion, spiritual leader of the Ward Chapel. A.M.E. Church; Mrs. Cato Roach, educator and administrative dean at Attucks High School; and Mrs. Alice John-on. homemaker and youth leader, ail noted Negro leaders in the community. A musical offering was presented by the Attucks High School choir under the direction of Mrs. Wayne S. Brooks. Official Welcoming Committee included Mrs. Morton Balick, president; Mrs. Gerald Rosen, program vice president; Mrs. Natalie Freedman, chairman of social actions; Mrs. Bernard Tayman, fundraising chairman; Mrs. Norman Youth, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Perry, membership vice president; and the following members <.! the board: Mrs. Kenneth Shane. Mrs. I'uth Jacobson, Mis. Ernest Michaelson, Mrs. Monroe Feibus, and Mis. Charles Cohn. Program coordinator was Mrs. haac Jacobson, with Mrs. Morris Singer and Mrs. Hobert Pittel doing visual aid-. Mrs Elsie Fineman was in charge of refreshments, and Mrs. Samuel Frey announced hostesses lor the mecti."g were Airs. Herman Beller. Mrs. Irving Block. Mrs Ralph Anson, Mrs. Burton Arkin. Mrs. Irving Cohen and Mrs. Zachary Cohen. The • D'var Tcrah' was ven by Mrs. David Shapiro. Hemophilia Unit Luncheon Slated Mrs. Delia Delancy. life president of the Miami Beach Hemophilia Auxiliary, will be hostesto a luncheon on Thursday. Oct. 15, at noon in her home. 1409 Biarritz. Dr. The afternoon will serve as a wek'.ime to new members and honor all life members of the organization. -"— —r" %  % %  GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have] Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For bruntfb, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy tq*you from



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s t-r •Jm/t/ f hrHfrr Friday. October 3, n 64 Miami Hadassah Chapter Member Meetings in Kick-Off on Monday 5c --. Florida Region aartjonal board Harry Rosenblatt national vice pres:cer. memberi who will attend a national board Standing, are Mn %  'ca garet Newman Stearn o Mencc -.: Womeo'i American C?T in AtMm Harold Schneider Mrs Louis Barer, reGo from Od .2 to : am seated 'left n r orertdent. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. and Mrs. -. .-.---.-.• .'•'.-. Horer.ce Kupperman, Mrs. WilGeorge Linden. ..'-.-.-. :.:..-..-.-. %  :-. .'•'.-•. 'o'.oh. Glcssrr.on, and Mrs. ORT Fashions On Parade At Deauville • •< •:..--.. %  • ••.cJ Hsitinajh arc : r. Moa Aviva Group %  .'. meet • T mple Beth An lor a mem ini a-men Van Zamlt present • %  v... i 1 In an origii Meat hin at em Chai Grcjp :,takfa^t meeting at ..--.-_• 167U St. Mr.-. • gue't .peakc-r Miss 51 Lesner Albert Einstein I • • n at L'nil 3 XI ;71st St Guest : • • I %  Fink .'•••norah Group '. %  '., rr. meetng at II ..... ntesi I be given for he most Hadas-ah-minded hat. Also to be present, it • Torah Grei.p A ill hor at a noon an • I %  •:••in Hail. ^ Max Swart] • -cha: tl -. -.-. chairrr.. speakerA •:. by MrFrancei anted by ter Pro! L. ... be presented. new meet. Flag. Miami '•""-•an. be proNaomi Group Christopher Columbus— 1 r Marrano." at ixmeetii t. 19. at S :. I • Tikvah Group i V m r • .1 TrlUI I in Communitj Hal: al les Rest r it (eat • Mrs Herbert R • 3uc Ofi fc Purdue •' ORT Fashi SiM Tie Southeastern Florida of Women'Amer lean ORT irai held last week at the Deenvflie Hotel With • ntary by Mrs JosI ;.r. Wilke-. the show featured designed and made by (a bion skills in ORT E irope, the Middle Eat re! North Africa MrBrnest Bobnea is fashion coordinator of the Ri .'--1 MrJacob '/la-sman. Region Up i %  • %  president, stat rnaking up the hov *ere the owtward expn of the powerful yearning oi ten for the best and I itiful in life OR! world largest voluntary Technion Women Planning Brunch Mr P tdent of mi Beai h banter, Worn%  '.f the American So cietj lor Technion, has announced fal program with a memberi rin bei brunch Friday • the home oi Mr and Mrs Her King Cole Apartments. 000 Bay Dr at ] pm 'I.-.' Imerican '[••thmon Societ) celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the opening of Techin Haifa Israel. The first 'la. of 30 itudenti entered m 1984 Technion is the only univei it} •A the engineering icience and the sole source oi Israel'i urgently-needed engineers, architects. technical and resesreb people The Miami Bench Chapter Worn en'i Division ia non-fund-raising organlation, and through it, due, provide! scholarships frr needy indents Mrs Ben Zion Ginsbnrg is chairman of the day. Leo Rutstein, Southern regional director of the American Technion Society, who recently returned from a trip to Israel, will address the group. A color sound film, 'The City Called Technion." will be shown. vocational training and education a member agency of the United agency, and for more than eight j ev in Appeal decades the vocational training agency of the Jewish people, maintainover 600 installations in more than 20 countries. it is training 40,000 itudenta in more than To modern trades, rani'ins from basic carpentry and metal%  •• ork to electronics and precision f'Oland-die making. Since its inception in 1880. more than 1.000.000 ha\e acquired tradein ORT %  boob Women'] American ORT ll a n embership organization affiliated with American ORT Federation, which currently receive! funds, exclusive of membership due bj -pecial agreement with the Joint Distribution Committee. Befh Jacob Sisterhood Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold itfn • general member-hip me.-t ing on Tuesday, 7 30 p.m.. in the David Whitman Social Hall Plan> for the coming year wiu be made lor fund raising, with monieearn.arked for Talmud Torah scholai ibipi Opti-Mrs. Will Visit School Here First general meeting of the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach %  .nil be held on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m., at the Barcelona Hotel. Following the meeting, mem ben and friends will visit the Montanarf Clinical School in Ilialeah, where the club maintamKrholarshipfi for emotionally-disturbed children. Trip will made in air-conditioned buses Tour will include a visit to the new clinic, to be Opened official ly later this month when the OptiMrs. will be honored as hostesses. Program chairman. Mrs. Gene Troop, will narrate the history of the school during lunch. Mrs. Louis Pilzer, president of the club, will conduct the meeting during which future plans will be discussed. Mt. Scopus Group ill meet at Melvin L Green and Ted S Beth David at 12 30 p.m. Mrs. Finkel. of Ted S Finkel and Ass Joel Belov, American affairs ciates. are attending Purdue In.chairman, and Mrs H. C. Moser. versify Pension School from Oct. Zionist affairs chairman, will be 12 to 16. Make meat loaf tastier with Kashal MAM, THAT'S A D1SHI FREE KASHA COOKBOOK Tn NCW recipes and menu ideas for modern meals atJouci and Pnt,,r,ainirl ? with Kasha. Address request ocrtvti t0 Pny|| s v/0|ff| penn Yani New york Grand opening tonight. Or any night. With anything. Meat, fish, dairy. If there's another vegetable dish as deliciously, nutritiously satisfying as Heinz (strictly) ^ K Vegetarian Beans—well, we'll eat it? V^T/ Every label carries the seal of approval of the UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.



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Friday, October 9. 1964 •XJfewifA fh>rkJ/ar Page 5-B Miami Beach Groups of Hadassah Planning October Meetings on Monday mi Beach Groups of Hadas, ay pUfluing Octobe*meet Branded Group will meet for •i at H:30 a.m.. on Mon,it Ihe Fontainebleau Hotel. nembership will he -Tribute 10 Life Members." A Bfl program will be featured. [dei I • tfrs. Elizabeth Steinbitch. BJY Harbor Group will meet at Ihe Singapore Hotel on Monday at r.ion. Luncheon will be served. Mrs. Henry Wernick will give an account ot a recent trip to Israel. (rating with slides. \i:s. George Meisel, president. :i conduct the meeting. Either Group meeting at the U'l Aire Hotel at noon will serve ucaeon on Monday. Memberwill be highlighted with a nee musical program. Mrs. Il.ittie Safir is president. I. R. Goodman Group will meet (he downtown building of t.he Washington Federal Savings and I %  • an Association on Wednesday u i ning. President Mrs. David Sliellist will conduct the meeting He'il Group will meet at the Ron y Plaza Hotel on Monday at tioon. A luncheon will be served, and Mrs. Milton Weinberg, president, will be in charge of the program highlighting membership, t liet Gale uiii entertain. Henrietta Siold Group will hald :i meeting at the Algiers Hotel o Monday. Reireshments will be served, and a membership program with Mrs. Maurice Cahn as speaker will precede a movie on membership. Mrs. Herman Feller is' president. Israeli Group meets on Monday ;,( the Algiers Hotel at noon. Releshments will be served, and membership will be highlighted nith a skit. Mrs. Sam Appel is president. e Mcrton Tower Group meets on Wednesday noon at the Algiers Hotel for a paid-up and new mem hen-hip coffee and cake dessert party. Mr-. Phyllis Ruben, membership chairman, will present the Morton Towers Players in a membership skit. -They Said it Couldn't be Done." Mrs. Eman.iel Mentz is president. Renanah Group announces a special membership luncheon to take place al the home uf Dr. and \lt*. liiehael Horwits; 4.>ii> Michgan Ave. .\ membership skit by inpresented. Mrs. i IT. n.i:i Fasl ipresident. Hannah Senesch Group meets at Hie Algiers Hotel on .Monday al 12 noon. Refreshments will be serv d and membership highI, A report on the Hads ah on >.l convention in Los Angles will be given by Mrs. Eva Blum, and Mr-. Sam Feldman. president, will conduct the meeting. Shalema Group will meet at the DiLido Hotel on Monday at noon. Refreshments will be served. A membership skit and a variety musical program will round out j the program. Mrs. Irvin Shapiro is president. %  Emma Laiarus Group meets at 'he Washington Federal Building in Normandy Isle on Monday at !i:3C a.m. Luncheon will be erved. Mrs. Norman Meyers, chapter membership vice president, will •peak on membership, and Mrs. Nina Renaud Will render a musical program. Mrs. Jack WolfIcin. president, will conduct the meeting. Sculhgate Group will meet in the evening in Southgate Terrace it 7:30 p.m., on Monday. Convention report will be given by Mrs. Ray Kaplan in addition to d program of entertainment. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg is president. Stephen Wise Group will meet at the Deauville Hotel on Monday at 11:30 a.m. Luncheon will be served to paid-up members. Highlighting membership with a skit will be Dr. Zev Kogan, guest speaker. Mrs. Manning Mintus is president. Mrs. Alvin Katzif and Mrs. Louis Fegelman, co-chairmen oi Temple Israel Sisterhood's annual membership tea, check plans for their Oct. 21 affair in Wolfson Auditorium. Beach Miss Wins Award Arlene Schler 13. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Schler, 1323 1311 Ter.. Miami Beach, has received a merit award in a continuing program of the Dairy Council o South Florida to honor achieve ments of school age children in Dade County. Ariene. who excels In both voice and piano, has studied al Fosi Conservatory and sung at Tern pie Emanu-EI. She has won twe awards in science, four in the dol contests sponsored by the City o Miami Beacn. is an A-average student and edits the front page to: her school paper, the Format, a' Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. The Dairy Council is interested in achievers in many fields, and young people through 12th grade are eligible. Nominations can be I P.O. Box 316. Coconut Grove Stamade to Mrs. Ruth Kassewitz. | lion, Miami. Club Formed For Single Adults A club tor single adults with an informal program of educational and social activities under the ices W 'he Ida Fisher Community School has been announced by Abe Rochstein, director. The group will sponsor lectures, films, dances, and tours of points of interest in South Florida, utilizthe facilities of the Fisher School. Dr. Samuel A. Feldman. chief clinical phychologist with the Juvenile Court Psychiatric Clinic, was to address the group on 'Problems it the Single Adult" at an open meeting on Thursday evening. Manuel Grossman is president pro-tem and Pauline Lupowitz, secretary. There is no fee for membership. Adult education classes are now in progress at the school located at 1424 Drexel Ave. Sessions are planned for 16 weeks of two-hour classes, and 10 weeks of three-hour meetings. Courses range from English ind Spanish to sewing, painting' nd psychology. MiSS AtLtNi SCMUR -ight for Sight Program Tuesday Rhoda M. Levine Chapter of the 'ight for Sight League will hold \ meeting on Tuesday noon at the 'ontainebleau Hotel. Jordan Davidson will present a i ram featuring poetry. Scheluled are: Joseph Auslander, professor of loetry. Harvard; Vivian Laramore tader, poet laureate of Florida: 'lorence Pick, music critic and Uthor; Hannah Kahn, poet; Ada ireenfield, composer and poet; ind Ruby Vogel Levkoff, poet. Music presentation will feature Rasha Rodcll on the guitar. In charge of reservations are Mesdames Blanche Quasha, Sylvia Spiegel and Rhoda Levine. Young Israel Fashion Show For its sixth annual member; ship tea. Young Israel Sisterhood I will present a fashion show on Wednesday. 8:30 p.m., in the social hall. Membership chairman, Mrs. Sol Kalchman, will be assisted by Mrs. Joe Gropen and Mrs. Murray Frand. The afternoon will feature fashions by Lory's, entertainment by Andor Kellert, and refreshments. President of the group is Mrs. Harry Lerncr. YOU GET BACK RE THAN YOU PUT IN! Why the "Y" of beer cans? To illustrate th* novel wa" slecied by National Brewing Company to introduce a new label design for its 12 oz. beer can. The new containers bear the old National Bohemian label on one side along with a brief explanation of why National Beer has changed to a new, light colored label. "It was designed to capture the spirit of National's light, refreshina flavor ... so for 60 days, we'll be putting both the new and the old labels on everv can. Nothina's chanced inside. 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jge 14-A Jcnist ikrkUar Friday, October 9. 1964 Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Meet the Leader of the New Formed Israel Education Fund EET Ben u -.d. now rate protbe I he Fund will seek to • earn•r -.:; BN years, for on ary eiftca:.'n %  I-raei —a noed —and it u an %  : % %  natural tha-t Beega I ha fund be headed by a pel Mr Bensl< He baa been a the Board of Edu-] <:i New York City for man;. Furthermore, he .man of the Board of atioa Committee on buildings and was primarily aaifela for an S800.000.000 program involving the construe more than 350 lore just the man ; : to be pre si den t of the %  drive for se education in Israel espe since he has taken an active interest ia Israel • since the establishment of the Needless to that Jo-eph E Meyerhoff. the well-known American philanthropist and outgoing national chairman of the United J> Appeal, is similarly best fitted as chairman of the board ol the Fund His reputation as an American Jewish community %  %  •: devoted to thS a raeral IT of the UJA study mi--ionHe has visited Poland on a l.JA study mission. Horn in New York 57 years he ithe son of a Jewish -rant from Russia who had r e a ch ed America with onl> cents Hi t bis to %  bra d e g r e e and toda; speaks w,th the fluency er and the confidence ^elf made millionaire, both oi which he is. He is president i a petroleum company v -. distributes petroleum product* In 1948. he was appointed the New York mayor I non-alar rd of Ed post and became a ing tighter for better sch< Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN Morality and Rigid Behavior in a Specified Fashion THE TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR TODAY. By Robert I. Kahn. 133 pp. New York: Doubleday. S3.95. R A3BI ROBERT I Kahn, authoi •! Lot leader votame thi Ten Commandments whose sise babes il < ,i by !h'• Jtiii natura. the earlier book, this one looks with wil humanity ai th* ce ••! our three-tti de to the problems ol today. Nor does the spiritual leader ol Houston's Congregation En anu El upti a around the more difficult precepts those having I > do ith honesty, adultery and killing i-',r these, which oiten seem in gravest ipardy In the face "i twentieth-centur; i ii survival and '•freedom." Rabbi Kahr re •,. „,, rven hi • • %  so ktity ision "i the ancient prophets car mes Met ted Hidii>i ission ol "hiprin icj >l God espee%  impelling. "One I idolatry is i>osses.-ing or manipulating God h non-racist conservatives advocating extreme lais• %  'aire economics. The so-called Christian Nationalist Crusade is the principal organizational vehicle of long-time anti-Semite Gei L K Smith who proiits person• froi • Semitism. His n "The Cross Flag, ireminiscent of Nazi literature The fir i "princ pie" ol this movement is to "preserve :.i istian natii n, being ci nscous ol the fact tha then is a h n zed campaign ti • tition for Christian train aw aifa ETA M SHRD R SHRD II SHRDLU LLU >nce un overed that at least some ot Smith's b ickei %  •> support the John Birch Society, principals ol the Penthouse trust, a Boston philanthropic venture, are Miss Hope Gray and M iss Olive Simes They are not only endorsers ol the John Birch Society but stockholders in Robert Welch, Inc. Gerald L. K. Smith listed the two as contributor: to his group. An estimate was made that the anti-Semtic hate butors do not as a rule show up aimportant backer-, of the more respectable right. There are exceptions. Smith's major support is broadly based with live, ten, and twenty dollar bills coming from many sources. Yet the Smith records also show that F. J .Martin of Toledo. O., gave him 37.792 and ('. Cleveland, of Fort Worth, Texas, presented $3,096. An estimate was made that the antiSemitic hate group pubii-h;ng "Common Sense" earned $160,000 in 1963. As We Were Saving: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Problem of Public Support for Private Education THOSE WHO support our public SCboOll pas ionately, those who fear the Washington on public schools bj way financin and those who fervent!) ampion or fervently oppose federal aid i parochial and Other private schools e finding little nourishment this yeni either the Democratic or Republican atforms. The former spoke hazily and id wishfully of the need lor more money lor education; a latter place, emphasis on a belief that the si ither than Washington, should have more to suj about children's schooling. As to the Presidential candidates, we BOW have the ices of both, as given in early September, to Df, K. S antes, of Dallas, editor of the Baptist "Standard.'' Sen. Idua'er is recorded as saying that if federal aid tor education is authorized, it should be made equally avail le to all, whether public or parochial schools. Million.-, 1 children in non-public schools need aid just as much do those in public schools, the Senator point.out. He said also that he continueto oppot I aid to education because it i< "..n improper in %  an by the cent!al | into a publ l< nl Johnson, I in the tradition ol the late President Kennedy's stand on this complex issue I I the Baptist %  ir thai he op| ose an] Fe ei it Bssi tarn e • %  -< h ols, which does no) ii to the American tradition of separatio rch and in the first amendn • %  only the economic factors, but -.' %  with Supreme Court decisions dealing with religious observances in the public schoolgive edge to such insistence "Recent Supreme Court decisions make it rather clear that it will become increasingly difficult to help children from a rationally theistic world view in public schools," Professor James If. Hanlon of the Catholic institution, the University Of Detroit, hawritten. And he couples this expres si on of disappointment with a proposal that Catholics make it clear that parochial school children are entitled to a just share of any federal monies -pent lor education. I ;meanii ind ;( history then life it-<-:f idiminishe chance and happenstance, time become•lack all significance. • ii is %  ij ii .sense "ur purpose in h:-' no) il event follow i nt, but creation le ing to event not Just wavebeating • i I H ves of time, but a river Bo* that time haany mean;-.. any big ificance." Fo. chapter b< chapter. Rabbi Kahn with unand the kin fire which b> th relore goes thi ugh Commandliter (.'""lmandment. picking his examples rorali and folklore and every-day life H< %  <• %  n lingei at the gossip, at the pettj thiel • %  !. />. at the unthinking. He doeil thoul sorting to popular psychology, and he gives nj quarter to the commercial exigencies ot the da> In a sense, he quietly indicates that morality .:.:i absolute: in order to be moral, one behavein a Ci:t: in lashion, and these are the ruleof that fash I eriod. Rigid?—yes. Difficult?—cer tainl) Argument?—none It ia long time since p e have spoken in such ab-olute term>; we d to permitting all sorts <>f considerations. R I ii !-. its not It is i estoring to hear it UN listening Post: By SAUl CARSON Human Rights at UN United Net! %  HE UNITED NATIONS (ieneral As sembly, which usually convenefor annual session in September, will [not gel under way this year until Noi \ good look at that date indicates the reason: the IN. like all of us. is waiting for the American elections to I be over. Should Johnson — contrary to all poll predictions — be defeated, circumstances would alter seriously, and a new delegation would take over here on behalt of the United State-. But whoever represents the U.S.A., one thing icertain: Human rights will still be on th* UN agenda. The U.S. approach might differ, but the subject will be with us — neither the large bloc of African nations, nor the Jewish organizations represented here on Hie non-governmental level would ever permit the subject oi human rights to be dropped. Just to make sure that the subject is kept alive, a Jewish organization here has already entered a memorandum dealing with human rights. The group is the Consultative Council of Jewish Organizations, which presents the Anglo-Jewish Association and Alliance israelite Universelle, including Alliance's "Caradi.,n Friends." The CCJO submission, is a reminder, but an importanl one it is linked to the fact that, in I9tf. the Uniti I Nations \s ;,, observe International Human Rights V I he fact that the observance i< tour years away does nut mean that planning lor the event is not needed • Quite the reverse It t ikes a verj long tune to com; plans for an international event of thikind, in i field. In the field of human rights, the time lag l certainly not too great For very few subjects here I received more verbal acknowledgment and less com action than the items connected with human rights The CCJO hamade some concrete proposals in connection uiih International Human RightYear one of the proposal ur.es that an international conference on human rights, to be held in 1968. examine the objectivof the UN's human rights programs and evaluate the method, and techniques for the achievement ot those objectives The world organization's human rights program is very large, very ambitious — and verv far from its basic goals In 1M8. the L'N adopted — without a dissentin* vote its Universal Declaration of Human Rights



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1 llewish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday, October 9, 1964 Section C IN THE 16TH YEAR OF ISRAEL'S STATEHOOD Miami and Israel plough of S2.500.00 for Miami comes on top of the existing Miami record of S2.000, 000 for 1963. This is a challenge whose accomplishment will set a new pace for the entire country. Miami Paces the Nation in Service to Israel The your 1964 marks two epic tones for Israel, the eelebraIN THE Footsteps of the Giants Leonard Rosen. Greater Miami Israel Bond chairman, determinedly sets the goal following the phenomenal arowth of Israel Bonds in Miami paced bv Sam Friedland and Jack A. Cantor, as well as others who preceded him. Miami achieved the record of S2.000.000 in 1963. lion of Israel's L6th anniversary as ,, free nation and the beginoj (he redemption ol the first Israel Bonds. Mi imi, i""faces an historic „, [ ( tone with the ann tuncemen! that a record-shattering goal ol S2.r>oo.ooo in Israel Bond sales has been set for tinyear. From the birth ol Israel. Miami has had a special place In the dreams, hope-, and efforts to help Israel merege as a free and independent n at i o n, Miamlans as individuals and as members of synagogues and organizations have helped our community achieve this notable r e c o r d ol accomplishment on Israel'.behalf. When the Israel Bond program was first launched in 1951. Miami was chosen as one of the fir-t communities to initiate the historic measure of providing Israel with desperately-needed economic support, and Israel's venerable David BenGurion, chose Miami as one of the few cities in the world which he personally visited at the inception of the Israel Bond program. Greater Miami synagogues, together with their spiritual and lay leaders, have been a source of infinite inspiration and strength to the Israel Bond pro gram. Today, the series of synagogue dinners which have become traditional in the community, help to form the very foundation of the Israel Bond effort. With such stellar leadership. Miami has achieved the impressive rank as the leading city in the world in bund sales on a per capita basis. On the basis of this record, leaders of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization have adopted the unprecedented goal Of S2.500.0OO in this, the year of redemption, with full confidence that it will he achieved. To make the attainment of this goal possible, an impressive program of communal activities has been scheduled, starting with appeals for Israel Bonds at synagogues during the recent High Holiday period, continuing with a series of traditional dinners sponsored by temples an dinners sponsored by temples and synagogues throughout the community, thence to the Women's Division Fashion Show Luncheon and the gala Ambas sador's Ball in December. A detailed preview of these exciting coming events filled with joy and meaning to Greater Miami and to Israel is presented on the following pages THE PRIVILEGE OF BEING NEEDED to expressed to Sam Friedland by Moshe Sharett as Carl Weinkle looks on This scene which took place back in 1951. when the Israel Bond drive was launched, could as easily have taken place in I9bJ. Sam Friedland. Carl Weinkle and so many of the early pioneers are among the leaders in the Israel Bond effort—one of the reasons for the remarkable record of Miami in the worldwide Israel Bond movement.



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Paqe 10-B —JmUt> fUrkStoiii Friday. October 9, 1964 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Ashes, He Built a Gourmets World Now he is a caterer. His days are spent creating parties I where people exi tiaim over the excellence of the food, the charming table decorations They celebrate: they dance and they laugh. And Arthur Teichner marvels that people can laugh. For all he can do is remember— remember t h e concentration camps and the ovens. But Arthur Teichner is glad that there are those who have good times at parties. As catering manager for the DiLido Hotel on Miami Beach, he has established an enviable reputation for creating and managing parties. When the contestants in the Miss Universe Contest were given their choice of caterers, to a girl they demanded Mr. Teichner. Back in Czechoslovakia. TeichMARK SHCCT[R Special Service Of Consecration Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will hold a special consecration service for 57 beginner students of Temple Adath Ye^hurun Religious School on Friday evening Martin Knobel. chairman of the Education Committee, states that "the Temple School has had a phenomenal growth the past year. The beginners class has alnosl doubled, and the total regisIrati n has jumped lrom 180 last Mar to 250 this year. This does not include nursery and kindergarten." He attributes the increase "'to :mprovrnient in the quality of education, and to the personal leadership of education director. Yehuda Segal." Rabbi Caplan will present cadi child with a Ten Commandments Pin a< a memento of the occasion Cantor Maurice Neu and choir v ill chant the liturgy. ARTHUR TflCHNIR connection with God Shecter Exhibit In New York The first Fall Exhibition of the I.ynn Kottler Galleries, of Madison Avenue. New York, will feature a collection of oil paintings by Mark Shecter. a former University of Miami art student. The Schecter paintings, which will be exhibited in New York, are "Geneva 1." "Geneva II." "From the Beach," "Pepsi Generation, "Green Mansions" and "Organic and Growth." The show, which began Sept. 27, will be the r.int exhibition in which Shecter*s works have been included. The Shecter paintings have been exhibited locally at the L'nivers.ty of Miami and at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. He has had recent showings at the Baltimore Jewish Community Center 1964 New Artists Show, the 1963 American University Art Show, as well athe 196 i Showing, the Charles Gallery Salute to Five Artists, the 1963 Boston University Summer Art Show, and a one-man show at the Baltimore Sutton Theatre. His works are included in ten private collections in New York. Miami. Washington and Baltimore. Shecter first began studying art a', the University of Miami three years ago. and his first formal training in sketching was obtained at the Coral Gables campus. He is completing his college studies as an ait major at Philadelphia Museum College of Art. He is a former resident of Miami Beach. ner studied medicine. But with the advent of Hitler, he decided it would be prudent to equip himself with another skill. He learned to cook and became prolicient in food management. No Doubt of Survival In 1941. the Nazis got him. and he was sent, along with his wife, mother and brother to a concentration camp. His wife was gassed with his mother, and his brother was to die during the infamous "death march." "AH those God-awful years," said Arthur Teichner, "I had no doubt that I would survive. You see I had a possession—one that T told the Nazi guards they would have to kill me before they could take it away from me. I had a photograph of my mother. Every morning I got up a little earlier than the others. "I went out into the courtyard, looked toward the sun and with the picture in my hand, said Kaddish for my mother. I was not afraid. I believed in God, and through my mother I had a connection with God. My mother protected me. I believed. I survived." The German Block Today Mr. Teichner believes that bitterness is wasteful and depleting. Still he does not want to forget—the camps and the Germans. "We. none of us should forget," he said. "And although Asthma Research Member Luncheon Miami Beach Chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital, is sponsoring Its annual membership luncheon on Saturday, 1 p.m., in Chandler's Restaurant. Highlight of the afternoon will be guest speaker Bob Kirschenbaum, a former patient at the home in Denver. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Bertram Whitman, president. or Mrs. Albert Laufer, program and publicity chairman. r —-"• ROOM and BOARD in Orthodox home two blocks | from Coral Gables bus. Phone 667-1839 ROOM and BOARD For Elderly Pcop'e Sp-r : al low lum' | mar ralct, strictly Kosher. Warm at| mosphare. Car service. Also Efficiency j ui. o... mr H levin Beth Torah Sets Panel Discussion On Wednesday at 8:30 p.m., in the Social Hall of Congregation Beth Torah, a panel discussion on present day anti-Semitism will be Offered hy Rev. Theodore Gibson, of the NAACP; Irwin Schulman, Florida Regional director of the Anti-Defamation League; and Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader of the congregation. The program, sponsored by the Moilie Kahaner Sisterhood of bcth Torah, is open to members and guests. Moderator will be Mrs. Martin II Matz. program vice president i the Sisterhood. Rebekah Lodge To be Visited Paying an official visit to Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9. Mrs. Allis Gardner, president, Rebekah Assembly of Florida, will be honored at a banquet Tuesday at the Embassj Restaurant. Chairing the evening are Mrs. Dora Botwimck. Mrs. Min Gilbert and Mrs. Evelyn Decky. Meeting following the dinner will be held at 25 Washington A\e. —reasonable Rate 1S4S Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 I + LARGE MIAMI Conservative Synagogue SEEKS MATURE, QUALIFIED, EXPERIENCED OFFICE SECRETARY Write Mr. A.B Box 2973 Miami, Florida 33101 %  %  %  slBslBBBa % % "1 4 4 4 wanted by Conservative Temple, 4 SW Section. Write E. 0., J 4 4 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Box 2973, Miami 33101 Flamingo Chapter Anniversary Set B'nai B'rith Women. Flamingo Chapter, will hold a 12th anniversary party on Saturday evening in the Palm Springs Meeting Room. Palm Springs Shopping Plaza. 49th St. and W. 4th Ave. Entertainment and refreshments will be offered by the members. L. Goldberg. Jewish education chairman, Temple Tifereth Jacob, and Mrs. Jane Robinson, founder president, will be featured speakers. I would like to see a United States of Europe. 1 cannot conceive of including Germany and enoWtrrg her with dignity and respect. I think Germans will always be the same. When 1 meet a German. I admit that it is hard for me to see a man." Always the student, Mr. Teichner reads all the current books on the Nazi era. He would take Issue with Hannah Arendt's thesis that the Jews accommodated their executioners tar beyond what \/s expected or was necessary. 'One Mar. 7, it was rumored in the camp that all the Czechs were to be sent to the gas chambers. We were one-thousand people. We tried to set the camp on fire. Ninety per cent of us were killed by machine gun. That's what it was like to defy the Nazis. We didn't have a clog's chance." Getting Away Today. Mr. Teichner has a wife and a brilliant son who received a scholarship to the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. His wife plays the piano, he the violin; but it is Robert and his cello who promises to make wonderful music tor all the world. Today. Mr. Teichner makes parties, but he never goes to one as a guest. "I prefer to be quiet.'" he said. "I take the telephone off the hook and close my door. I like to read. And I like to get away from the world." Me! Epstein was elected president for 1964-65 of the Men's and Boys' Apparel Club of Florida at the conclusion of the organization's International Cruisewocr Show held at the Miami Beach Convention Hall last week. The organization, popularly known as the "Macs," is composed of salesmen and representatives of the leading men's wear manufacturers in Florida and throughout the country. WANTED PLEASANT COMPANION SITTER for sweet elderly lady. Part-time. Beth David Synagogue area. Car helpful but not necessary. Call JE 2-3058 JWV Plans Party Saturday Night Jewish War Veterans Post 677 and Ladies' Auxiliary of Miami Beach are having a night club party on Saturday at the Barcelona Hotel. Affair will include a show and orchestra music for dancing. Reservations mayjje made with Mrs. Max I.e Vine. Free Loan Group Meeting Sunday Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will hold its first meeting of the new season on Sunday night, 7:30 p.m., at Washington Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ave. A full report on last yeaifs activities, plus announcement of new services in this area, will be given. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Congregation Beth El, will be guest speaker. Entertainment by "the '.veil known artist S. Haiduck will In featured. Cecelia Cohen Kenneth H' -.hey Youths to Speck At Beth Sholom Cecelia, daughter of M Mrs Sol Cohen, of 4557 Je Ave.. and Stewart, son of j Mrs Kenneth Hershey. • No. Bay Rd.. both of Miami wiil address the congrega' Temple Beth Sholom at s. on Friday evening at 8:1' Theme of the pulpit topic "Our Responsibility as Jews." Both these young people ed the summer Leadership lute of the National Fedcr-a Temple Youth last summer are leaders in the Beth Temple Youth Group. They will also participate Oneg Shabbat discussion foi the service for the parents -eventh, eighth and ninth students of the Beth Shob. iigious School. The Oneg Si will be tendered by the Te PTA, of which Mrs Sanb vine is president. Rabbi Leon Kronish is leader of Beth Sholom. and [{arson .:. and : 4419 3each. ">n of •rviees i p.m. .ill be Young ittendtion of ^ Both aolom <.a the lowing .f the grade m Re-abbat triple** rl Leritual Freedom Lodge Member Drive Herman Nudelman. honorary president of Freedom Lod, anil a member of the National Member-hip Advisory Beard of 3'nai B'rith. announces plans f f the [all membership campaigr here. The month of Novcmb has been proclaimed as "Joir. B'nai B'rith Month" by Shepard Broau Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, and Lee Howard. Mayor of Surfside. "Freedom Lodge is n wing ahead with extensive preparations [or its new campaign," he said. "Memhersb'n t< • is are being organized and will approach their neighbors in a door-to-doi canvass. Planned, as well, .re a number of parlor meeting and membership rallies The B'nai B'rith camp., \ coincides with the historic iil anniversary celebration of B'nai i. rith. Meyer Gladstone is a vie president and membership chairman ol Freedom Lodge. Char! Kossove is the president. Attend services tliis weeli at uourown place of worship When the occasion oristf, phone HI 8-4994



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F-ge 8-A vJenistfkrkf&r Friday, October New Emissary To be Welcomed fOfi COMPUTE DETAILS .. SEE SEC. C l-rj(-! • ne emissarj to the •! of the United tea Shin %  01 I oe ol] welcomed to the eommunit\ by member> oi the Board ol -•!-. %  • Hie .^rearer S"ami /dtion on Frill. \ ;.! a luncheon meeting. The "ill be the fir-t f,.ll r..' • the iKiard in the the 1 ront Plaza I 12 it d< anFtosen u'jn '.f the l-i n %  eJi •• i V :: to .he • ring n important report by him. the irael Board ot Govern K m fen iW campaign -tr„-. .;. the comir.j n ta* evening v.:,, n tt at the TJ! Menorah i-r to '" r : nner ot MZ Teachers' Umcfceon Sfofed S I" £ Jew* to S %  '%  S**n*e€~ I normandie llil %  Open 6:45 Mt! -: %  Own 6 45 j^_ Open 1:45 rureau of Jewish Education is planning its I 3rd annual dinner to be held on Nov. 15 at vie Diplomat Country Club. The dinner will • onor the education directors of Jewish i chools who have given three years or more : f service to the community. New officers of le Bureau will be formally installed. Claude Pepper, Congressman from Florida, will be featured speaker. Committee (standing left to right) are Al Ossip, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, Herbert Berger, Abraham Gittelson. Seated are Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Al Sherman, and Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau. .'.'A SMASHING JOB" Stop Appeasing Egypt: Nussbaum WASHINGTON — IJTAI RabMax Nussbaum, president of • e Zionist Organization of AmerAarned the 67th annual ZUA r.vention that the Western pov. • nu-l slop appeasing President isser oi Egypt, "before it is too The ;.ppe2.sement of Hitler, he id. produced the "greatest calnity" in history, adding that ere was a similar attitude" in '• Great Power.-" treatment of isser. He said Nasser could be ipped now but that "three or it years from now. it will be i late.' He urged Jews to stir up tht leadership in their communities to organize t central body for American Jewry, declaring that the present "utter disarray" hampered ruch efforts as helping Soviet Jewry and fighting anti-Semitism. Calling for promotion of American Jewish immigration to Israel, he said an aliyah of S,000 American Jews annually was possible. Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman brought the greetings of I.-rael to the 1.000 delegates. Yosef Serlin, Knesset Deputy Speaker, spoke on behalf of World Union of General Zionists. Rabbi Irving Miller, honorary chairman of the Charge Misuse of Funds Continued from Page 1-A essure for liquidation of U.S. -i in the region, and opposition American policies in the ConViet Nam. Cyprus, and elseIt was pointed out that th tl and the Dem• ;:expressed in pted platforms, • i guard a arm:imbalance and aggression %  ear East In addition to Mr Farbste sign d b) i lement J. ZaEdna F. Kel• • York; Wayne Hays, • OHara, Illi irris McDowell, Jr., Delaware; DOG RAGING EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY William T. Murphy. Illinois; Robert Nix, Pennsylvania; John MonBgan, Connecticut—all Democrats; and the following Republicans: Representatives William B. Broomfield, Michigan; Robert R. Barry, New York; J. Irving Whatley, Pennsylvania; Edward J. Lerwin-ki. Illinois; H. R, Gross, V'ernon Thompson, Wisconsin, American Zionist Council, dclivI ered a moving tribute to the late i Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Prime Minister Levi Eshkol 1 cabled a greeting in which he said more American immigration to Israel was of importance to Israel and would provide the "stronge.-t links between" the two I Jewries. He also said aliyah olj fered the ZOA a "renewed par' iose."' He said also that the mainstay of Israel's security was the quality of its citizens and that past | reservoirs of new migrants were drying up and that new >ources were needed to maintain economic growth and security. He noted the recent Arab summit conference at Alexandria and its announced aim to destroy Israel. Serlin also commented on the Alexandria conclave. declaring that for the lirst time, the 13 Arab countries had voted to use the Arab refugees not only as a political weapon against Israel "but also as a military weapon." a reference to the Alexandria decision to create a "Pale-tine Liberation Army" of t es He said nations giving aid to the refuge Uld r.ot permit ituse as a It to I-rael."' THB H£tv VQftK t P "AN ORGY THAT SURPASSES THE ROMP LA DOLCE VITA" -LIFE MAGAZINE "JUUTOMY OF CORRUPTION III MIlllaNT DETAIL' -NY. rtMBftf TKIBUHE DIRK BOGARDE • SARAH MILES WENDY CRAIG The SERVANT JAve's'fox 0 TiH* ? TIRED? I Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes-Swiss Kriss M neral and Whirlpool Baths Massage Complete Gymnasium-S -.'mrmng Pool MODERATE PATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL FR9S36". kfor-S UNIVERSITY of MIAMI Seaiot 1964-35 1 OCT. 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riday, October 9. 1964 fJenist) fhrktian Page 5 A. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letter Writer Missed the Point [City Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz (left) shows E. Albert iPailot a special survey of public parks and locreational facilities during the fif'h annual installation dinner of the Miami iBeautification Committee. Pallot was installed as chairman lio: the fourth time. He first took office as committee chairman |-.vhen the group was formed and served until 1962. Inited Fund Picks Paul Seiderman Paul St'idcrman. .Miami Bricli %  vie loader, has been named Bushess Development ch.rman for he Miami Beaeh Division of tinted Fund. Solder man's appointment was Jnnounecd by Louis F. Snetman nd Simon E. Rubin, United Fund n chairmen of the Miami Beach livision for the 1964 campaign. As Business Development [chairman, Seiderman will head [the United Fund campaign to be Iconducted among all types of Ibusiness firms in Miami Beach. They include key businesses I'here potential for greater United Fund support this year has been ndicated. Seiderman is chairman of the Board of Trustees of jie Florida Regional Board ol the knii Defamation League of B'nai frith. Ho is immediate past chairman the Florida Regional Board and ii'inber of the National Commisof the Anti-Defamation League. He is also co-chairman the ADL's National Community ervice Committee. oung Singles At Beth Am Temple Both Am Young Singles %  Group will hold its first meeting [(•I Thursday evening, Oct. 13. 8 |) m in the Youth Lounge. Group is open to men and woniiii the 25 to 40 age bracket. inplo membership is not requirI i Miss Myrna Meyers, acting [chairman, has announced that refreshments "ill be served, and enlertainment has been planned. Seiderman is executive vice president of the Miami Beach Taxpayer's Association and chairman of the Personnel Board of the City of Miami Beach. He is a member of the Board of Governors of District 5. B'nai B'rith, and a trustee of the Miami Beach Lodge. He also serves on Hie Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Welfare Federation and is a member of Temple Israel. Seiderman formerly served as Assistant District Attorney and chief of the Rackets Bureau in Kings County. Brooklyn, NY. He moved to Florida in 1948. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I assume you will be kind and fair enough to print this letter In reply to one bj Leon J. Ell pubs-hod in your most recent edition. !t would seem to me that no one, not even Son. Barry Goldwator, disagrees with the religious facts if Mr. Goldwater's birth. it would seem to me also that there are no tangible facts that could! move anyone to accuse Mr. Golduator of anti-Semitism. However, to blast those charging the Senator with Fascist ten-' dencies aril accusing him of trigger-happiness iequally unfactual. Mr. Goldwater has not only refused to denounce extremism, i including the Fascist right; he has clearly become their tool. And there is, even in law, very little difference between those who scheme the illegal and those who then commit it. It would seem to me that modern history has produced a rather clear lesson: Neither Hjalmar Schacht nor I Iriedrich von Krupp nor the German military hierarchy were Fascists—until Mr Hitler took them into tow. 'there is every evidence that from the Dragons of the Klan to the Dragons of the Birch Society, i the entire mass of more than 100 far right organizations is rooting for Goldwater. and he has not only not disavowed them—he seems to enjoy their rooting. Equally massive is the evidence generals to cope with it and leave to the field commanders to use ihe weapons they might see fit to use. 1 am all for avoiding unAmerHENDRIK J. BER .; Miami Beach British Spiritual Leader Quits frcm Major Pulpit Continued from Page 1-A able to lead such a large, important and sophisticated congregation. Dr. Levy will become director of the Jewish National Fund of Britain. No official explanation was given for the resignations but it was recalled that, as a member of the Council Oi Jews' College. Dr. Levyhad supported the appointment as principal of Dr. Louis Jacobs, an appointment vetoed by Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie. Dr. Levy also -ided with Dr. Jacobs in the latter's struggle with Chief Rabbi Brodie over interpretations of Jewish religious law, which led to Rahhi Jacobs' removal from the pulpit of the West End Synagogue. The latter is one of the largest member synagogues of the United Svnagogues. the principal organization ol Orthodox Jewish congre. lions in Britain, which is also I parent body of the llamstead S agogue. Norton Co. Set For Reception Preparing for a reception the Fontainebleau Hotel on O 10, 6 p.m.. will be top executh of the Norton Tire Company. W year-old, Miami-based organi • tion. President Norton I'allot id Vice President S. Ronald Pal it will be working with officials the B. F. 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Pcge 6-A f New York Senate Race By MAX LERNER The triumphal procession of Hubert Humphrey and Robert Kennedy in New York City was marred by only one flaw: in sheer decibels ol guttural enthusiasm and the ecstasy of autograph seekers it was Kennedy who got the major reception. Those who look beyond 1904 to later Democratic Party history will want to note this and weigh what it means tor the inevitable struggle between the Humphrey and Kennedy power centers. The whole New York Senate contest makes little sense except within the frame of the national contest. When Goldwater won at San Francisco, Keating's chances tor reelection were badly slashed. When Kennedy became his opponent. Keating was like a man left homeless by an earlier tidal wave who now has to face a cyclone. But Kennedy knew that to win he had to keep thrusting at Goldwater in order to reach Keating. If he becomes Senator it will be not so much by riding Johnson's coattails as by kicking Goldwater's. %  %  This doesn't mean a sure thing for Kennedy. His present thin lead could disappear in a week. Although Keating cannot say he will vote for Lyndon Johnson (and Kennedy knows it, which is why he keeps up the badgering! most people know the bitterness between Keating and Goldwater. If Keating wins it will be a crossover ol Democrats who want to reward a liberal Senatorial record and show 'hat an anti-Gold water Republican can get reeleeted. Kenned) iweak exactly with the group of Democrats who worry about how much commitment he has. as compared with hi.power drive. Thus Humphrey's day of campaigning with him was bound to help him. for no one can doubt Humphrey's devotion to liberal positionnor hiunderStanding ot Kennedy'aims. With characteristic generosity Humphrey will be helping elect a man who insured his defeat in the 1960 primaries and more than any other in sigh!, will be the lion in his path on the future road to the Presidency. Obviously both men are playing this phase down, and they are right. For the choice between Kennedy and Humphrey, if it ever come-, may not coin" until the Democratic convention of 1972. Right now the New York contest is between Kennedy and Keating It is no easy choice, and the partisans don't do either man a service by making it seem so. Each is able, each is inented toward The liberal wing of his party. F.ach has a good record of achievement. each knowremarkably well the national and world problems on which he would have to deliberate and vote as Senator. Each has 5 much •'.<( %  same position on Negro civil rights and on school g inside New York, each is tough-minded and not fuzzy-minded on ilic struggle with Communist world power, it there is a difference this last issue it is that Keating tends to stress power itself (as ,n the Cuban mis-ilo crisis, where he kept baiting President Kennedy and was -indicated by the event) while Robert Kennedy (like his brother) stresses political warfare in the world contest with communism. I am somewhat dismayed that thus far it has been a campaign at once trivial and irrelevant, and for that both men are at fault. There has been no foreign policy discussion of the sort I have alluded i to. Each ol them habeen gingerly in approaching the delicate Negro-white problem, and each has gone out heavily for the Jewish voters on the -ale issues of Soviet anti-Semiti-m and Israel as a state. The Carpetbagger" issue, understandably hammered by Keat%  la convenient but not decisive one. Even more than Washington, New York is the effective national capital. It makes as much sense for a Massachusetts man to run from New York as for one from Illinois (Stevenson) or California (Nixon) or a woman from Connecticut (Clare Booth Luce) to aspire to the same job. lilarily I don't take seriously Kennedy's hammering at the tion whom Keating will vote for. Right now Keating is a homeess man who will b" beaten if he supports Goldwater and will break his pi rty ties if he plumps for Johnson. But he may well have a political home again after a Goldwater defeat. Like Kennedy, he must bo judged for what he is. and not on trick questions of where he once voted or whom he will vote for. I must add that Keating has been just as manipulative by raisg the issue o! the General Aniline settlement. Kennedy-s record in the Justice Dept. has been impressive, and while there may be ditlerences on how long the funds should be held before being paid out it is absurd to imply that Kennedy has ever been soft on the Nazis Only a desperate attempt to influence the crucial Jewish vote could explain, while it cannot justify, this line of attack. Despite these fevers and urgencies I can only say that any state would be lucky to have either of the two men as a Senator The balance to be struck between them will depend on the judgment of how each of them will use his Senate position and power, and how much impact he will have on the nation's welfare, on the future partv struggles and on history. That deserves a later column ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JfFFWSON HIGHIAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN rlAZA NEWTON *• Jew 1st fkridiani Friday .^ October 3, J Catholic Weekly Urges Stronger Stmi NEW YORK — (JTA) — The which has been Strongly opposed Commonweal liberal Catholic layb> Jewish leaders, as well as by edited weekly. asseiVd this woek^mos**. AMritM .#nitinals and The editorial .,j d t|>J £ sence. Cardinal that, ii Roman Catholicism was "serious about erasing Christian anti-Semitism," the Ecumenical Council would have to take a archbishops in the Council debate in Rome The Strong appeal by Richard Cardinal Cubing at the Ecumenih.1 | "" <*i| "">" k,\ stronger stand on relations with cal Council session lor a strong the Jewi-h people than the revisdeclaration on Jewwas hailed ed version of the draft declarathis week by the two major New tion on which debate was concluded at the Vatican this week. The weekly, in its current issue, criticized "the needless skirting Cushirn suggesting that Chris, Jews not only exontrj..„ the long ago past but IIJI'TLI ment for the all-too-r.„ t 2>\ Cardinal CcshJnj 1 S should prevail-not beci.s,;?'! eloquent but because ,• s jJJf The New York Post dfclwl Sun that not the leas) ol the iwl York dailj newspapers. The World-Telegram and declared that the Boston Cardinal nf the Cardinal's addren op had stated "with simple but forcedebate on the declaration mjj ol" the" deic.de issue' in "the re" •! eloquence the case for absolvwas that "beyond rejecting vised draft and the emphasis on ing Jew—past and present, once charge of deicide. he deplored t] •reunion" of Jews with Christianand for ail-from any special reimplication the Church'; f ai |J itv. The Commanweal declared sponalbility for the crucifixion of to speak out more strongly asj, t J that such elements were "as ofChrist ." 'he Naii pers ecution ol he Jew tensive to Jews as they should be g, • ,, to understanding Catholics." LOTC SefVICeS At Beth DCIVld Asserting that the Church could r.ot "settle for the mild form of lip service now before the Council," the weekly said that "the needs of diplomacy and of the political snsitivities of the Arab governments nust not be granted the sort of weight that bring parliamentary compromise." Other criticisms of the debal ed Vatican document were voiced by the Catholic Reporter, organ ot the Kansas City-St. Louis Diocese; and the Catholic Universe Bulletin of Cleveland, the central Diocesan newspaper in that city. Both criticized the new version, The new tall season of late Fridaj evening services at Beth David Congregation will be inaugurated this Friday. 8:13 p.m. Rabin Norman N, Shapiro will officiate and preach. Cantor William W. Lipson will be assisted by the Beth David choir. For many years, Beth David i • h inored those ol itchildren who have jusl begun their Hebrew studies The special ceremony of conseoratii n ill take pla< < %  at the open:': .. Fridaj -cr\ ice. During the ceremar.y, eight of the censecrants will participate on the Bimeh. They are Samim Ben cine Berkowitz, bind Daniel I.cihow. Kobe Michal Medvin, Gail Michael Soule. 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?rrn+ lai Page 12-A KJmHsfi nw&M a n Friday. October 3, 19^ Arabs Protest Ecumenical on Jews Abraham J. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah Congregation, congratulates Steve Shantzis (center) and Steve Weininger, presidents of the Junior and Senior Chapters of United Synaaoque Youth aroups at the synagogue, on the beginning of the year's activities. Bay Harbor Meeting Mrs. George Meisel, president r.f the Bay Harbor Croup of Hadassah. announces a paid-up member-brinc-a-member toffee and dessert meeting at Singapore Hotel on Wednesday noon. Oct. 21. Sholem Plans Campaiqn Talk Marvin Pcarlracn. president of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rfth. announced plans for a 'Johnson-did water" debate featuring national and local issues, with Richard A. Pettigrew, Democrat, and Ted Slack Jr.. Republican, both candidates lor the State Legislature. presenting the views of their parties. Following their talks, they will answer questions from the audi • rue after which refreshments ill be served Th" meeting u ill be held at Tern fie Zamora, -l-t Zamora Avc Coral Gables, on ["uesday at 8 p.m. All 1 mbers and prospective members of B'nai B'rith nnd their families are united to attend. What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE,NERVOUS HEADACHES? USY Program At Beth Torah '"This is USY" will be the program at the initial cet-to-gether breakfast of the Junior USY Chapter of the Beth Torah Congregation on Sunday morning, 9 a.m., in the Synagogue's Social Hall. Steve Shantzis. president, announced. The breakfast will be open to Junior high students, and members nf the chapter who atte.fded regional and national conventions and the Leadership Training Institute will give a report. Rabbi Allen Rufchik. regional director of United Synagogue Youth's Southeastern activities, will be guest speaker. Others who will discuss aspects of the USY program, including social, educational, cultural and religious, in addition to Shantzis, will he Richard Kagan. Sanford Kultler. Patricia Karp. Susan Cavell ami Paula Ziukerman. Activities for the coming numtlrs will include dramatics, intcv-chapter debates, hootenanies. service projects and Oncg Shabb..t study group. Emanuel Feder serves aad \ior of the group, which will meet each Sunday evening at the synagogue. r-, 'Anariii* Tablets contain the pain rel.evcr doctors recommend most, fur headache pain. Ar.d Anarin works fatt. In 22 seconds after entering jour bloodstream, Anacin Is speeding: relief to your headache. Anacin not only relieves the pain, but also Its tension and depression. You see, 'Anacin is like > doctor's prescripI tlon. That is a combination of ingredients... • $peric.l combination not ifound In leading aspirins or buffered '•apixini. Buy Anacin today. ORT Meeting Wednesday A travelogue on Israel will be the program for the Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter. Women's American ORT. general meeting on \ ednesday, 11:30 a.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel. LONDON — (JTA/1 — A formal protest against Ecumenical Council consideration of a draft declaration to absolve Jews of blame in the crucifixion ot Jesus has been made to Catholic hierarchy leaders in. Syria bj Premier Salah Bitar, it v a.reported here from Damascus The Government issued a communique, reporting that the Premier made the protest in meetings with Msgr. Leopold Teoili, acting Internuncio, and with heads of the l atholic Church in Damascus. He told the Catholic leaders that the Syrian Covernment "does not subscribe to the theory that the matter is purely religious" and that Zionists were "exploiting" the matter at a time when the Arabs were making renewed efforts to bring the "Palestine question" to world notice. It was also reported that the Syrian Government plans to bring up the issue at a conference of heads of "non-aligned states" which was to open in Cairo on Monday. The government's goal is to enlist wider opposition to the proposed Council action. The Coptic Church of Egypt charged that the proposed declaration on Catholic-Jewish relations, being drafted by the Ecumenical Council, is motivated by "purely political" considerations according AJC Conclave To be Expanded Gathering of American Jewish Committee leaders from all over the nation at the Fontainebleau | Hotel, on Dec. 3 to 6. has been expanded. The original schedule for a meet ing ol the National Executive Hoard has been enlarged to in elude a regional conference of southern chapters for an all-Florida conference. Some 250 delegates and visitors are expected Highlight will be a banquet Saturday evening, Dec 5, open to all AJC memberan I guests. Local Planning Committee include.-James it. Katzman, chair-] man: Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Myron M. Behrman, Alvin Cassel, Mrs: Aaron Fair. Mrs. Chas. II. Finkelstein, David B. Pleeman, William E Gladstone, Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, David K. Hochberg, Rabbi Samuel '/.. Jaffe, Mrs. James R. Katzman. Raymond Lewis, Mrs. A, Herbert Mathes, Baron 1I1 Hirsch Meyer, Sidney Meyer, Col. Nathan B. Rood and Mrs, Sydney l. Weintraub. to a Cairo dispatch. the Vatican to avoid Loption of The church's official organ call-, apy declaration that wi j ,i, s „i, e ed specifically on the Council at J the Jews of deicide. GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Why b* swallowed by th clock' Living doily In 0 ttot of shock' Toss your cares info th# seas. Relax yourself amid th iiees. Big gom fishing all day long. Revel ot night with wine ond song 1 A PARADISE' You can be sura. Superb dming for the epicure. Accommodations' Th# very best in nolive charm for you o rest. Where is this place whereof we boast' Just 20 minutes from the U. S. coast. An Island colled Bahama land Aiure waters, cleor sky and sand. 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Paqe 14-B +Jmiif Htrrliir T~Oclobe2 -• 1964 Temple Menorah Will Mark 15th Anniversary! Huc,e Celebration to Underscore Service to Israel Tesspte Heat,:*--*aec %  .*.••• %  B the it %  erS evenwi I r. '. ... v •he dinrer wfB p> *rib*te ,-,. ...... Temple Menorah and the Max nd L Remsti r :• % %  IsAMONG US OF THE CLAN that the Irish and the Hebrew •he Irish dcr. • spec.-: bid -:ev.Thai may :•: mie bul v..-.e: thing ::. Dam former Lord Mayoi ." iblin of Temple Menorah er :y ike realizcuGi 3UI ; :ne • the Hebrew • %  • )l 3D E they %  Maw %  sne %  B H DOE '•' 1% % % %  I be • raeL COMMON CAUSE AMONG LEADERS .' ... (Menorah 1 of thai %  r -%  m 9i .'. %  WE TOO ARE PROUD Sen. Wayne Morse State ol the pride of the bienda of Israel c: -.-. the significance of the growing the del i. Last :z. Revitz was :^~.pier.: of the SHIMON YALLON SLATED AT RECEPTION HERE Diplomatic Corps to Greet New Envoy YOUNG AND OLD ... At Temple Menorah. Israel has a tradition in which all take part under the leadership of Rcbbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Menorah has from its inception made the cause of Israel an integral part of the life of the temple. The Tei ;i will i i K milesl e • •• annals % %  Gre iti r Miami. immunity welcomes i|>pumte > !abw Abramowitz. 2



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Friday, October 9. 1964 *Jc**isti ftcridftann Page 3-C IN SERVICE OF ISRAEL Rifkin to be Honored ft At Beth Sholom Fete QUALITY OF LEADERSHIP ... is somelhinq which Beth Sholom has a talent for developing. Seymour Silverman. Trustee of Israel, and his wife were hosts at their North Bay Rd. home last week to the members of the Committee of Hosts in preparation for the dinner. Twenty years ago, when R'abbi Leon Kronish became spiritual I e a (I e r of Temple Beth sholom. the congregation numbered only a handful of families who met in a r e n t e it store which served as the temple. Through his guidance, BethTA Thro u g h his guidance, Beth Sholom today has a membership close to 1.000 families and has established itself as one of the most vital congregations in service lo the community and to the State )1 Israel, winning national recognition lor itself and for its spiritual leader. It was Temple Beth Sholom which pioneered synogogue dinners on behalf of Israel Bonds in this community. The Temple THE MENORAH OF FAITH AND THE MENORAH OF ISRAEL are held aloft by Rabbi Leon Kronish, national vice president for Congregational Israel Bond drives. Rabbi Kronish has won recognition by Israel and the American Jewish community for his pioneering leadership in urging the development of ties between U.S. and Israeli Jewry. Beth Sholom Israel Dinners have become a tradition in the community and have achieved greater results for Israel Bonds with each passing year. The dinners, focusing communitywide attention on the activities of the congregation tor Israel, have served as occasions to accord recognition to those men and women ol the Temple who have been in the forefront of service for Israel. It is at the Iraditional Beth Sholom dinners that men such as Isidore Hecht, James M. Albert. Sidney B. Ansin and Rabbi Kronish himself have been singled out for extraordinary honors merited by their exemplary dedication and service to their congregation, the ((immunity and the State of Israel. On Saturday evening. Oct. 17. this year's Beth Sholom Israel Dinner will take place at the Doral Beach Hotel. To be honored at the event will be .Jacob Rifkin. An ardent worker on behall of Israel, Rifkin is a Trustee of Israel ;;rit Temple Beth Sholom and past Israel Bond chairman and Mrs. Snetman will serve as chairmen nl the Committee of Hosts. Commmenting on the forthcoming dinner. Snetman called attention to the important place Temple Beth Sholom has always had in the annual Israel Bond campaigns and expressed confidence •that the congregation will take an important part in helping Miami achieve its redemption year goal ol S2..i00.000 in Israel Bond sales." IN TRIBUTE AND AFFECTION Jack and Harriet Rifkir. are proven leaders for Israel. A Golden Trustee of Israe. through his pace-setting Israel Bond purchases, Rifkin is c prominent member of the Temple Beth Sholom Board. FROM ISRAEL WITH GRATITUDE Izzy Hecht is congratulated by Israel's Ambassador Mordekhai Shneerson who came to Miami to present him with Israel's Plaque of Honor in tribute to his service and generosity through the years. A Rabbi's Spirit The story of T e m i> 1 e Beth Sholom m spirit and in deed sets the pace lor American congregational life. Among the keys to the Beth s li o I o in storj is Rabbi Leon Kronish, "ho has been m the forefront of leadership in Hie Israel Bond effort. • %  The other aspect '->t the story is the quality of lay leadership ol our Temple Beth Sholom and the degree to which they, in common with the Rabbi's inspiration, have taken so prominent a place in the American endeavor fbr Israel," according to Louis Snetman, president. THE MAP OF ISRAEL ... is the same today as it wes six teen years ago when Israel was proclaimed a State. The interior of the state, however, >s an ever-changing process Contributors to the change include men like Jack Canto: national chairman for Golden Trustees of Israel, statewide chairman of Israel Bonds and Israel Bond chairman for bank: and fiduciaries. Above are Mr. and Mrs. Cantor admirinq the map of Israel etched in silver, which was presented to then for their extraordinary service in the economic developmer.; of the country. Mrs. Cantor was made a Woman of Valo: by the late Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. PRESIDENT, CHAIRMAN AND HONOREE James Albei. has served in all these capacities in the course of his leade:ship at Temple Beth Sholom. To accord ihe recognition < the State of Israel, Gen. Yigal Allan, Israel's Minister of Lab or, presents Albert a symbol of Israel's, gratitude. IF IT CONCERNS HUMANITY IT CONCERNS ME The philosophy of Sidney Ansin who, under the chairmanship of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Snehr.an, was accorded the State of Israel Redemption Award in 1963. Left to right are Lou and Betty Snetman, Israel's Ambassador, Katriel Katz, and Sophie and Sidney Ansin. THE WOMAN'S TOUCH may be one reason for the exciting social atmosphere so characteristic of the Beth Sholorr. Israel Bond d m ners. Above, Mrs. Seymour Silverman and Mrs. Louis Snetman share the planning of a dinner with Metropolitan Opera Star Jan Peerce on a recent visit to Mianv.



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riday. October 9, 1964 *Ja*l$t> Morjdffaff Page 13-B at ^Mitzvalt Steven Chaykin Hollywood lempie ainai will be I,. s ite ol the Bar Mitzvah of cv en Elliot Chaykin on SaturBa morning, Oct. 10, with Rabbi bavid Shapiro officiating. Xhe Bar Mitzvah is the son of Mr and Mrs. David Chaykin, 302 „ Highland Dr., Hollywood. \ dinner dance in the Diplomat hiuntry Club's Calcutta Room on luturday evening will honor the Celebrant • Hershel Pearl Saturday morning services, Oct. |i. at Temple Ner Tamid, conHucted by Rabbi Eugene Labolilz. will include the Bar Mitzvah bi Hcrshal Pearl. Hershel attends Nautilus Junp r High and plays drums in the Ehool band. He is interested in Boris. [Mr. and MM. Louis Pearl, 7537 Itiny Ave., will honor their son the Oneg Shabbat on Friday tning, and at a reception in the talier Room of the Deauville lei on Saturday night. t a Alan Grusby jtabbi Zevi Greenwald will of; [ i the Bar Mitzvah of Alan Grusby during services at -i Jewish Center on Sat| rtorning, Oct. 10. llan is a student at Rockway lu-r Hi ;h and belongs to Boj J..' rroop 308 in West Miami. \ f Mr and Mr-. Jack Grus1240 SW SGih ct, the celekit will be honored at a re[ion al the Lombardy Hotel on krdaj night. Robert Aronoff On Saturday morning, Oct. 10. Rabbi Hershel Brooks will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Robert Aronoff at Temple Zamora. Robert attends eighth grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High School. He is interested in coin-collecting, bowling and swimming. i Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Aronoff, 4280 SW 14th St., will honor their son at a reception in their home in the evening. • Norman Dubin -Norman Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubin, 1971 Bay Dr., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 10, at Agudath IsraeT Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate. A reception in honor of the Ear Mitzvah will be given by his parents alter the service. Norman is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High. 8 • Edward Wilson Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Pearl Alan Grusby Mark Siru/I Herman Wilson, of 1751 NE 170th St., No. Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Adath Yeshurun on Saturday morning, Oct. 10. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will officiate. Cantor Maurice Neu will chant the service. Edward is an eighth grader at John F. Kennedy Junior High. His hobby is surfing. Kiddush reception will follow the service. Mark Sirull Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate at services on Saturday morning. Oct. 10, in Beth David Synagogue when Mark Irwin. son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Sirull, will become Bar Mitzvah. Mark is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High. He is a graduate of the Hebrew School at Beth David, now attending its Hebrew High. One of his hobbies is playing the clarinet. Kiddush and luncheon in Spector Hall will follow the services. Among out-of-town guests will be | Mark's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Zang, of Boston, Mass. % W 9 David Rieger David Rieger will be Bar Mitz van during Saturday morning services, Oct. 10, at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate. The celebrant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rieger. Births In Greater Miami The former Joyce Stern, daughter ol Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor H. Stem, and her husband Allan Genaven have a baby daughter. Shira, born Sept. 18 in Seattle, Vvash. • 4 A third child, Mark Raymond, born Sept. 27, joins Michael 12. and Quinn 3, in the home of Rae and Philip Reinhardt. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Saul Silberman, of Miami Beach. Maternal grandparents are Mr. Mrs. Ted Bleakley, Miami. B'nai Raphael USY Groups Congregation B'nai Raphael will have both senior and junior United Synagogue Youth Groups this year. Each group will meet weekly on Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m.. altcrnating business and social gatherings with a study session conducted by Rabbi Harold Richter. irida Plays p Role At [liver Meeting lrida played an important |In the 60th Anniversary Conlee of the National Council Auxiliaries of the American cal Center, last month when even-member delegation coned the fifth highest amount eted for the support of the i Inal cancer hospital, legates to the conference were Fred Perlman, Biscaync Iter; Mrs. Murray Harrison,! I [rving Rubinstein, and Mrs. Schwartz, Coral Chapter; Arthur Si low. Flamingo Chapll ri. Lida S. Myers, Greater %  i Chapter; and Mrs. Aaron Kapit. Tropical Chapter. [ women presented cheeks Benin!'. 1 monies collected by r Blu.il auxiliaries during 1963 Rt!u' presentation dinner held Drr.


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Page 14-B +Jewi$t fk>ridian Friday, October 9 1 •*4 Eli Hurwitz, president of the South Florida B'nai B'rith Council of Lodqes, signs a check for S2000 raised by 500 members of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization in Miami for research in leukemia by the American Cancer Society. The money was raited by the young people in a one-day Tag drive. Standing (left to right) are Ainslee R. Ferdie. president of the BBYO Board of Directors; Robert Schwartz, president of the BBYO Youth Council; Dr. Joseph Jana, representing the American Cancer Society, George Termotto and Faith Kindler, vice presidents of the Youth Council. Youth Activities At Beth David Phillip Schiff. chairman of the Beth David Youth Commission. has announced the appointment ol Cantor WMliam W. Lipson a~ ' STERN. Mm. Rh.llii 2737 SW L-Tih Ter., died Sept. 28. e|| Ave. Rlv. slue lee* In lloston. tlordon. TURKEL. Aur : COHEN. Mrs, Pearl, "< I32S Collins \\. njve side' Vve., .Ii.-.l Sept. 29 Services in RUDNICK. Dr. Henja n i%  ..hnMli.u-i, I':, Civ,-l-siilr. -111 \i...!..:. I. ,l„hnstown. Pa! Riverside. 7 pi Madeira \v7 "! ,. COHN. .MIS. Pearl, S, of 900 West EISNER. Mr* Molll, KRAMER:" squill, of Bay i4th at. £„* Service* In Philadelphia BiasREeDER M ,, nl MCNDOW. .MIS. Roue, % %  '. •<< 243 'j"^'" .. Meridian Ave. Newman. i %  i s.7'.' %  i GUBERNICK. Mrs Ida. TV .if 711 \K lflSth St., died Sept. 27. Qor•" %  l %  %  I, 13th St. i iordon. WENZEL. Mis. Margar, Abbott Ave. Newman. GLANTZ, Mary, 102, .. flier; T-E IN •>" I i:" %  f [i ; Vnu nii..l I | ANNVS. Philip, i!'. ..f i":i Ni: lviih St. Riverside PERIMETER. Mrs. KRIS Collins Ave. Washington, I >.<'. Riverside. t-rHlde. WE'NRIT. Max. SS, of 1"! Collins COHEN. Mrs. .I.nni. Riverside. IS. Rlv. ma. r.7. ..f CHUBIN, Mar,. 1,",,| '; Services In Services In I •• % %  st Hill\ erslde. erslde. 1"1 i ., Ilins COHEN, MM. .1. mil.. Knthm-i Ave. Riverside. .if 6UU 78th St. Servieo in COHEN, lVi.Jamin, 71. of :".ll 73rd Riverside. S died Sept. M. Riverside. ZWERNER. Jack p., is „ % %  ... .. LUNOV. Michael. 73 ...I I'-M Ba> shore I*, died Sep. : U N 11,1. died Kept 23. Riverside. ITKOWITZ •suim.i -, w.HWiMMFR. Hnrrv. of 624 Mlchl"* ow "f%  *'•*'. •". l %  i„,i, Blood Drive Slated at Cedars A two-week blood drive for all hospital personnel was launched Thursday. Oct. 1. at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, with winners to receive two passenger tickets aboard the Calypso Liner to Bimini. Eligible are employees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, volunteers, and members 01 the Auxil. rj \\ inners will be given a day "it to use the boat tickets, it was announced by Assistant Administrator Raymond Grossman. Prizes iii go to the two persons who contribute the most blood to the program, he said. Requirements are unit of blood • '"'I in the name ol an eligible ticipant. Friends or members ( the family maj %  %  nate to John Elliott Blood Bank at 1800 N\V 10th Ave., or by coming to Cedars ol Lebanon physical Therapy Department between 8 and 1:30 p.m. Organizations may be asked to contribute blood lrom their bank to the Cedars' bank, which can then be credited to a participant's name. Winners names will be announced in the employee's cale teria at noon Friday, Oct. 23. Blood Bank program officers are Miss Nancy Haddock, chairman; Frank Sansone, chief engineer, vice chairman; Bart Costa, food manager, treasurer; Mrs. Ted Lotterman, auxiliary president, secretary; s. K Bronstein, administrator, ex-officio, and Raymond R, Grossman, assistant adminis%  r, ex-ofl ii:". NCCJ Elects Miami Attorney C. Clyde Atkins, Miami attorney, was elected co-chairman of ihe Florida Region of the National Conference of Christians and lews. Election took place at ihe annual business meeting of the organization, held this week at the McAllister Hotel. Richard F Wolfsen and Dr. C. Doran Tharp were reelected co-chairmen. .1. Vincent O'Neill was named the treasurer for the coming year. Judge Ray Pearson was elected g< cretary. The following were reelected [or a term of three veals as members of the Regional Board of Governors: Dr. J. L. Bass, Roscoe Rrunstetter, Dr. Ira P. Davis, Mrs. Charles !•:. Enterline, Leo A. Furlong, Jr.. H. B. Hooper. Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, Mrs, Anna Brenner Meyers, Ray H. Monsell, James A. Ryder, John Serliin and William O. Singer Fleeted for a term of three years was Charles L. Clements !r. Max J. Karl is regional dii i SCHWIMMER. Harry, of 624 Mlchltan Ave., dd-d In New Turk <"it> Riverside. DEUTSCH, Simon, S9 lins Ave. Newman. St. >.-i vi, in N.u v. MILLER. Albeit, Ml, ,f 3800 <''> %  Ave Survlcea In Bull x t-rslde. lins Ave, .x-wnian .isi.l. WALDMAN. Mis. BctWle, 70. "f 0 e H AYER Mrs I'ns.. ", f-.WuxhlnKton Ave. Rivers e. "„J 2* ', ,. '', M Ave, Services in I'illshuryi \. V1 man. COHEN, II> in. in S JO, ol Ml 1,1 inai-.n Ave. s,n ,, |j ^.1 Riverside. Ullnn BRAHM. Isidore, :.-.. of i::i sw SSth Ave, Riverside. KENNY, hVsuk T., 7L'. ..f 120 MR Srd Ht, Servlcea in Atlantic City, N..I. X,-\\ man. N.l Newman. Riverside. POLSTER. Aaron, 80, of S7O0 < ..liins uouis, Abraham s; „t inn \ Ave.. di. .1 s.-i.t 24. Riverside, v Riverside,' GIMBEL. II..I..H S. 80. of 550 H. e Shore Dr., .li.-.l In Be'tlmore, Md., IPTAI wnnrc ,.., Sept. 2H Rlverslo*. LfetAL NUIICE COHEN. Rel 7s. ..f 4IL'l \V Hauler St., died Sept. 23. rjordon IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT W'l SON. Mis .lulls IT '. .: i 85, "I IN AND FOR DADE COU\~Y. :• rlaims \ i %  •';.'.; i si SI \ in T %  ..II. mured to present an> .l.ninlilv, mands whleh you may havi i fMi\1r i', ni 1746 Hi. estate ..I" ABRAHAM I. PI '.,., \ v < i: ST<>NE deceased late "i Had. 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It, II h. h'lorlds |. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THF CIRC'J T COURT Os ELEVENTH J 1 OIC I %  >.. CIRCI FLORIDA IN AND COUNTY. INCH'-.NCEF N I T FOR DIV< Vnu <:,: % %  \ SP E L LM A N, M"' s ill \>l\ ., VEINER, %  %  I, N ^ Rivi i Compl.iint ,.n ihi FINKELSTEIN. Minnie, •. i 1(18 Vtlomey, MIl.TdN V |.'RI LANB'M".' V,,,' 1 V' n l : '""I %  roiai ...,i,i,.,. uled Sept -. RivetH I'leadlnn In GOLDSTEIN. .;,...,. -.,. ; x fal lo so, jndi : Uj deft I ,ll be taken airalnst you for th rell. i pi %  *+ m demanded In the Rill of Complaint. riOOiQr vDrartanrt T,ils •• |,; 11 '" %  i.m.ii-i.. ^^"*" ^ m % %  *•*•* eai-h week for fur eonsecutlvi weiks in THE JEWISH I'l.i il:n .| | | l>".\K AM. ORDERED at ilorlda, tills Ulll day of I hJtol A I '. Pabbi David Kosenfeld will con,:,,il ,, ,, ,.,. : v -,-,,,. ;l AI vx ,.,. duct classes in Hebrew and Bible Circuit Court, Oad'e c.,unt} i irids study at Flagler-Granada Jewish ,s,; '" By: K. M.Ly.UAN 'Center as part of its adult educaMILTON A I-VJ'IKI'.MAN' I tion course. nil Alnsley Building _. .,, Miami si, Florida Classes will start Tuesday, 8 Attorney r... Plaintiff p.m., and cover reading and writ" % %  ,; %  -.: %  :•.* ing for beginners, and conversaNOTICE BY PUBLICATION tionai Hebrew for advanced stuIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Innls ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF %  f! i.. I i B \vt the lh i'Oil ler Granada Adult Education T( %  '1' m th N P" I) di 7: *•' lents. History and interpretation of the Bible will be studied in the Biole ( lass beginning Thursday. Oct. 15, 1 .1 10 a.m. LEGAL NOTICE FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCEPV No. 64C10672 SANDRA I. 1-AlltCl.ii'll PA •: Plaintiff, RICH MIL \l l.l-.V p \.;I; Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RICMARIJ Al-I.EN i-w | residence unknown v '">. RICHARH Al,l.i:\ |>. herebj notified that n Hill .. for l>i\ OIVI hi i %  %  filed NOTICE UNDER F CT.TIOUS NAME LAW %  K is HEREIIY tllVEN that ,,|,,, m /V 'ORNBR si la N E. 14th ;„,„ hi RIH ? C ~ rk oi SAI.I \i i v v he I of ll %  .-,..' %  >." "i Uade Count) h rireull Cowl A VRl .\ VI. ri:i;l..Mi ; .s..i. 1 1 A net' iin, tloldste n .\ Pai i .i i.rnej %  ror Ri %  r i rant hlBKli Kl .'ii iini. Plorlda NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW • N 'I-' la HEREHY %  ; BN Ihtil Ihe undersigned, .1.. Ii ,,_.., undi r ii..fictitious nam Plorlda, an I file Ihi %  rintnnl i l leading in the oi • • 'i the l 'Iri ni i '.Min i,,.. ... (n( nd aaj of \..\,.iiii.. %  %  .,-,i fall lo do so, jn Igmi ; He taken agali t p tl nded in the B I In.notice shall |„ I HE JEWISH : \'"' %  '"'' %  'hl '--'I 'i i oi >. • in i„ ,. V D IMI ORUERKU at Miami, E H USATHRRM \N. C irk. in uuslness under Ihe fictitious nam,.'• '-EATHERMAN, C %  IMPERIAL IMPORTS at 520 N.W '" "" '""n. Pnde %  H i Street, Miami :i7. Florida in<*-lrcult Court Seal) tend1 to reclster said nam. with the l; > '' P-COPET^AND %  i \ .i '., "'""• .1.111 Hi.. %  l or the nviiu ro Ur ,, ( !>.„,,. Iieputj C "",','-•,. ''""da. II VT|-|;\ ,< 8AI.RM A state ol Florida Corporation Miami. Plorlda l" .... 23, ::u ti ^ J



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Friday. October 9. 1964 +Jeni*li ncridiciin Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE "Z, THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE FLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,e FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9815 NRW yoRK BANK FOR Plaintiff, IJSC'AH HOPKINS, el nx. | „iond.,nt. NOTICE OF SUIT TV iNnir Hopkins find Annie Alae Hopkins, IIIM "if.-, Residence Unknown, and if remarried, their unknown >i %  if living, and i dead, the unknown heirs, dav IM iea, I' iinteee, I '• '•-• clgnes, llenors, creditors, trus,„ ..in, i clntiiwnis ..aiming i,i, through, under or against any of ill* above named defendants who are deceased. ,u : ,. hereby notified thai the ., ,u,ii..ii. .1 action has been In. • a,,1 against you in tliCircuit ,, ,i i uf the I lili Judicial Circuit of ,ia in and for Dade County to lose ii mortgage upon the folAIIIK described reul property: I. I 111 Mock 13 FOURTH AI >l >I TitN TO RICHMOND 11 i:i': I ITS -T\Ti:s, according to tliPlat %  11. ^ peof, r i ded In Plal i:.M>k fix Page IT "f the Public Records 11.1.if County, Florida, together th American Standard (las H.W. ater G30-AO; Modern Maid Gaa ,.k-Top QTW It OVBN GO-124; ii. cr Oaa Wall Heater B-SB. u in<• required to liltyour an.,\,r I., plaintiffs complaint with the ik of the aforesaid Court, ami -. -\,' a copy thereof upon plalntifl s ti.irney MARTIN FINE, Uth Floor, • iic Federal Building, Miami 32. r rlda, ii"' Utter than October 27, M |, or .1 Decree Pro Confesso will be 11 against you. I >.\ I'BD: September 22. 1964. K. B. LEAT HERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit i'ourt Bj: C. 1*. CoPELAND, Hoputv Clerk M VRT1N PINE, A lorney foi Plaintiff H li Floor I'nil.Federal Hhlg. M i mi 32, 1* lorlda, !' 2:,. 10-2, fl. 16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Uth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C10768 BECKY ADI.HR, Plaintiff, V8 54IVAD REALTY York corporation, coin KAMI'EI a New I^Hri'ng 11 Bade da) %  %  "And I want ycu children to always remember — he's still your father — a schlemiel and a nudnik though he may be!" Copi. 1964, Dovnu Pi oJ LEGAL NOTICF. AM.Kit, HAltllY ADI.KR and MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL 8AVIN!• %  FiAHtlli.v TO: SAMUEL ADDER L'ltx SSth Street Crvokyn, New York HARRY ADDER Residence Unknown I \U. OTHER and unknown persona k.ivlng or claiming I" have any right, till, or interest in the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, an'l property lying and being In Dade [• C-unty. Florida, and more particulargilb described as follows: Lot lb. Block 6 of LINCOLN ^H -' liOIVISIll.N. accordion to the I 1 u thereof, recorded in rial I Honk s, at Page 69 of the Public L Recorda of Hade County, Florida; C u'.iher with the buildings and approvements thereon, vou AND EACH OF YOU are r.-by notified that a suit has been id in the above-named Court bj the tbi.M IUIIIMI I'lainttif tor the purpose of .me. linn ,-ei-iaiii deeds made by HAI:I:Y AI >I.EI: m -AMI 1:1. AMI.El:, anil liv s\Ml'EI. AI'l.ER to ZUCAD %  %  : ii.rv I-I u:r.. and bj HARRY AUII II I" ZM'AII REALTY CORP., all -.nl d> .ii1H1 ting title to the ah.. d, 1 IIM ,1 1 • 1 • %  : %  %  1 ty. %  L>|ARE HEREBY ORDERED .piii. ii to flic your npp< arunce, or answer III said suit on riure the 8th day of November, and in default of such appearpleadtng or answer a dei re< an, sso will be cnt< red against nod each ". S "'• • ll 1 idgmenl ^Ijault iil be tak.n agiilnsl you ^ %  Bff,,. relief il< nianded in the HE and ORDERED ty. I-1 %  %  1 iila, this 2.th %  temhi 1 "".i E l;. LEATHBRMAN Jlerk of th. Circuit Court By: K. M. I.Y.MAN 1 leputy Clerk S. ESSEN AttajBayfor Plaintiff ^^ % %  N ESSEN Of Couns U<*& Ainei IMMdiiiK Mtnuil, Fl % %  •', 1. 16. 23 IN THfv COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. S4522-C ate of TOBIAS, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCFRY. No. 64C10731 ARE IE \NKKL, Plaintiff, vs. ANN CAHII.L: prni.lt" SERVICE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, a New York corporation: and El WARD I.. STAN I 1 IN, I •>•!'. iidauts. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ANN CAHII.I, 238 North 16th Street Rloomfleld, N. n Jersey YOU" ARE HERERY NOTIFIED that a Complaint to 1-orVclose Mortgage on the following described property, to-wtt: lt I, H I; • % %  SEN TAN VILLAGE SECTION ONE, according to the plat thereof, r d.d in Plat I look :,". at Eat.:!". of the Public Recorda of Hade County, Florida: together with all improvements tliere.-n and all furniture, furn'shinus. fixture*, • %  <|itipiiinii and appliances therein contained, and any i eplacetn, tits thereof, has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or other pleadlnga to the t'omplainl on the Plaintiffs attorney. ROBERT II. TRAt'RIG, 1135 ilul'ont Building, Miami. Florida, on or be) for. th.2nd day of November. lv>',4. 1 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10135 11 & 1: INVESTMENTS, INC. a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, \ a. ESSIE MITCHELL, a single woman, 1 lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ESSIE MIT' lli:i.l, 1 Tolman A\ enue 1 Don, >t.-i Massachuselts YOi: ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint to Foreclose Agreement for Deed on the following described property : l.oi 10, Block 2. of FIRST M'liiTlON TO Al.l.AI'A'I'TAII SCHOOL SUBDIVISION, accoruing 10 no Plat thereof, as recorded In I'lat Book 7. ai Page 1 19, of the Public Records of Pad.County, Florida. has been brought against you, ami you are hereby notified to serve a copj of \ %  answer or pleading upon EVAN OLSTER, Attorney for Plaintiff, ::7l^ West Flagler street, .Miami. Florida 83134, and file the original in the offii I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, on or before the Bird day of October, IS64, otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be tuken as confessed bj you. DATED at Miami, Pad.County, Florida, this 15th day of September, 1964. E. B. I.EATIIEISMAN, Clerk, Circuit i'ourt, Dade Cocnty, Florida (seal) By: HELEN EESSI.EH Deputy Clerk •' 18-25, l" 2-9 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jen 1st FhridH&i) solicits your legal notics*. W appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 tor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chancery No. 64C 10601 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned petitioners, HILDA MORA MAKES behalf of her minor son, JORtiE ANTONIO PORRAS, whose residence address is 24*0 S.W. 3rd Stre.-t. Miami. Florida, intend to apply to the Honorable Francis J. Christie, Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in I for Hade County. Florida, at his office in the County Court House, at 9:23 A.M. on the 34th da) of November, li"i4. or as -0111 there. uter as they may be heard, for an oid.r changing the name %  of JORGE ANTONIO IHHeRAS to GEORGE ANTHONY PORRAB, by which name he shall thereafter be known. Oaled at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this -'.".th day of September, lntll. s, Hll.OA MORA MAKES s JORGE ANTONIO PORRAS WE1NTRAUB, \\ EINTKAEP. ..CRIST! IL 21 North, ast First Avenue Miami 33131, Florida ll\ : A. JAY CRISTOL 10 :'. 1 '. -'•! IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64365 C IN KB: Estate of HBRMINE E. Knl.l. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Aguinsi Said Estate; You anhei • by notifb tl and required t" or. .-.in any claims ami demands which you may have ugalnst th.estate of HBRMINE li. Km. I. deceased late ol luide County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and filethe same 01 duplicate and as provided In Section 7::u.li, Florida Statutes, in th. .1 offices in the County Oourthouae in Bade County, Florlua, within MX calendar months from the time of the lirsi publioation hereof, or the same will be balled. Dated at Miami, Florida, this nth day of September, A.D. 1964, WALTER .1. KolJ. As Administrator Firsi publication of this notl %  on the 16th day of September, IV64. MERVYN I.. AMES of George, Ames A: Rllter Attorney for Administrator Suite 3WI Uiscay lie Hide.. iy W. Flagler St., .Miami. 1 la. H/ii-.'"p. in 8-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C %  FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 10146 IK IBERT V BBRDBS, Plain -iff, \ s. JACQEEI.1N BBRDES, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl I: Mrs. .la. .pi.lin Helios ,o William Nicholson lilsl St 1. • 1 ,v 831 h Avenue Till!. ) Park. Illinois You mi h.-i. i.> notified thai Complaint for Divorce has been fil against you, and vou are requli -, ve a -op\ of your Answer Pleading to the Complaint on tl plaintiff's Attorney, .1. David 1-n man, 20 .southeast First Avenue, A ami. Florida and file the original A swer or Pleading in the office of t Clerk of th,. Circuit Court on or 1. fore tin 33rd day of October, l>i ii vou fall 10 do so. judgment bj d fault "ill he taken agalnaf you 1 th-relief demanded in the Complali I SINE AND ORDERED at Mlai Florida, this 15th day of Septembi \ I), 1964 E. B. LEATHEKMAN. Clerk, circuit Court, Hade Cocnty, Florid (seal) Bj : C. P. C< ll'EUANl 1 leputy 'lerk .1. i lAVID LIEBMAN 2" S.E. Hirst Ai %  • Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff %  18-25, 1" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10202 N< >RMA VICTORIA GIRO de If you fail to do s, Confesso will he fHed aKHinst you for tie ri lief demanded in the Complaint. DATED: September 29, 1964. E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk By: K. M I.YMAN 1 leputy Clerk 10/2. 9, 16, 23 Decn • of Pro POUTOE Plaintiff, vs. RAI I. Tl %  ah MIDLER, SUIT DBRRILL MILDER S. AI U.l.r:i I, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C10763 lioI.EAl! SAVINtiS BANK OF THE CITY 1 IF NEW VI IRK Plaintiff, \ s, ROl.l.AND DBRRILL el tl\. el at, Defendants. NOTICE OF lit i|.LAND 111 ,1 MARY HIS VVIFB, I "2 E. '.Ih StMet Ligonler, Indl u ai,hei 1 o> notifii d that th* ,ruptloned in :> >n hiis hei n Instil uti il against you in the Clri ait Court oi the Eleventh Judicial circuit of l-l irldo in and for I 'ado • 'ounty to foreclose 1 mortgagi upon the following described real property: l...t 19 Block 71 NORWtHlD FIFTH ADDITION, SECTUiN (INK, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Pint Book S3 Page ol the Public R cords of Hade County, Florida, together with Westlnghouse Refrigerator III.IIA and Venetian Blinds. You are required to file |sive pleading to plaintiff's ROD AN DO POl'TOU Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: II.M'l. ROLANDO POl'TOU San Miguel No. B39 entre MarQUes Gonsales y Lucerng lla\ ana. I'uha Y11I" ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your an-[dent, swer to the Complaint on the Plain:'o,i tiff's attorney, LESTER ROGERS, whost ad is 931 N.\v. 14th str.-et. Miami, 1 lorlda, and file the original of the Answer in the office of the Chrk of the Eleventh Judicial circuit in and for I'aile County, Florida, on or before the 2nd day of November, l!"it. In default of which the Complaint "ill be taken as confessed li) you. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. &6825-A IN RE: Estate of si HIE KARI I 1, .IS, ,1. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICAT.ON FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is heiei.y given that I have tiled a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Dlsvnargi us Executor ol the estate of SOF1E KARY, dec. used, all.I thai oil the 3Vth day ot October, 1964, will apply to the Honorable County Judges ol 1 lad. County, Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Executor ot the estate ol the above-named deceThis 26th day of September, I'ATI D th 30th day of Set t.-m1. 196 E. 11. 1. lerk 1 : ATIIEKAIAN 'irciiit Court 1 1) : K AI. I.YAIAN Dei cty Clerk 10/2, 9, 16, 2.1 JOSEPH ROHM, Executor Estate of SOF1E KARY*, Decease! KL'RT \\ 101.1. ISi'll, Attorne) Estate of Sofi,. Kary, Deceased 1*0 Almerln Avenue Coral 1 lables, llorida 33134 m 2, 9, 16, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 10111 DOLORE8 I'.oWEN. Plaintiff 1 vs. ERNEST BOWEN Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: EKNEST BOWEN Kesldenoa Unknown You. ERNEST BOWEN, are hei by notified that a Complaint for 1 II.IV. habeen filed anainst you, ai %  you are required to serve a copy your Answer or Pleadinir to the Cor. plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney. A fred Kreialer, >1 Alnaley Huildin. Miaml, Florida and file the orlgti AP-U. Ior I'leadinir in the offic.. th.Clerk of the Circuit Court on before the ii'ih day of Ootober, i" if you fail to do so, Judgment by d lault will IM taken against you 1 tin relief demanded in the Complali DONE AND ORDERED at Aliai Florida, this llth day of Septeml A.ll. 1964. E. I:. I.EA .-HERMAN, Clerk. circuit Court, Dade Cocnty, Florid taealj By: C P. COPELANJ I leputy clerk M.FItEl) KKE1SDER 'ol Ainsi.y Building [ Al'alui. E 01 out 1 Attorney for Plaintiff 1'1S-.S. 1".ln RE: PAUTsU s •d. PICE TO CREDITORS To AU Cr. .: HavInK Ci. Said Watate: Tou age hi"i !•> notified and required to BTCSellt any cLiilns and demands Which vou may have aiiainst the eataAe of PAULINE TOBIAS deceased kte of l'ad.Cousty, Florida, to the County .ludc.of Hade County, attdl file the .-am. m duplicate and a. provided in Si.-ilon ?::: Hi. Florida Statute-, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Hade County, Flarlda, w tlcn -.\ calendar months from the tune of the first publication herein, or the same will be ha-red. Da toil at Miami. Florida, tin2::rd day of Septemli. ;. A I 1 P.M. I MAC MEHMEI.I. As Executor Urat puhll. aiioii of this notice on I the Inrt -'a,,f ( K-tober, pilil. MAC MERMEEI. Attorney fur a.j,e. r 1900 S.W. Third AMU 9 lfi It with th.Clerk Of the aforesaid Court. and serve a copy thereof upon plaintin s attorney MARTIN FINE, Dade Federal Building, Miami. Florida 33131, not later than November 2nd. 1964, or a Decree Pro Confess., will be entered against you. HATED: September 29. 1964. E ll DEATHERMAN, CUrk of the Circuit Court By: C. 1.. ALjBXANDEU, Depotv Clerk MARTIN FLNE Hade Foderal Building Miami, Florida. 311131 10/2. 9. 16. 23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 10147 JOHN DENBRO, Plaintiff, >•-]""'.SARAH .\i. DENERO, mptalnt i„,,.„,iant. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the anderaignad, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nam, of HEVKA-KIM STABLE, at 12 N\V 12lh Avenua, Miami, Florida, intend to regiater said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. LEONARD It. McMILLEN 25 West Flagler Stret, .Miami. Fla. OEOROE NICHOLAS 612 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami, Fla. QBORl IE NICHt IDAS Attorney for Applicants BIS N.W. 12th Avenu.e Miami. Fla. 9/83, l" 2. ;'. i'i SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SARAH AI DENERO 126 Harding Strei t Sj racusv. New York You, SARAH M. DENERO, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for liivorce has been Hied against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney. SANFORJ9 II. KRAMER. One Lincoln Road Building, Miami Reach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading ill the office of tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2:*.rd day of October. 1961. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will he taken atainst you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice .-hall be published once eRch w.-.-k for four consecutive vvi eks in THE JEWISH FDOR1D1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 15th day of September A.D. 1964. B. 11. i.E.vniERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Hade Cocnty. Florida (anal) By: C. P. COPEDAND 1 •, puty Mark SANl-i iRD 11 KRAMER On.I Incoln R id Building Miami Beach, Florida JE 8-43 I At im ney for Plaintiff 9/1S-2A, 10, 2-9 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64212 In RE S'state of All >LLY SBDLIK WEISS, 11 k a MOLLY SBDLIK Deci ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Agiilnsl Saul Estate: You anher.l.y notified and required to present any claimand demiinds which you may have agaiuM the .stai. of MOLLY SBDLIK WEISS, a k a MOLLY SBDD1K deceased late of Dad,. County, Florida, to th( ty Judges Of Hade County, and file the same In duplicate and is provided in Section 733.16, Florida Ktatutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse in Had,County, Florida, within six calendar months from the tiiu. of tinfirst publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Hated at Miami, Florida, this 2-th day of September, A.D. ISM, N'ATII \.N SEHI.1K As Adminlstr ItOT First publication of tills notice on the 2nd day of Oct., 1964. KENNETH M MYERS OF MYERS. HEI.MAN KAPLAN Attorney for Administrator 1100 S.W. lsl Street Miami. Florida j:!130 1S.2, fl. 16, a wife if llialrle thai he. 11 I • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF. IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealring to engage in business under the fictitious name of i.ol.HlES L4QCOR STORE at 1210 N.W. 82nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 lade Count 1, Florida. EDNA RUBIN, Roll Owner LEON A. EPSTEIN 120 Lincoln Road, AI ialili 1 leach, Flo! Ida l"i2, %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7672 THE W I I.I.I VMSBURUII S.W INt IS B VNK, Plalntiif, \ -. CAR.M EN PHILLIP COR1CA and 1 'I iRJi A. his el ai. I ii '. ndant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: RICHARD UDICKMAN 12:1 West 57th Street New Y01 k, Ni u Yotk You are hereby notified ai.,ne captloned action has stltuted against you In the Cil'CU I'IIIIII of in,. Judicial circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to for a mortgage upon the follow! di • nbi d '. ai property: Lot IT Block 17 First Addition %  Cltj according to the i'i thereof, recorded in Plat Hook • %  at Pagi 19 of the Public Records Dnde County, l-lorlda. You me rauuirod 10 file your ai %  %  wer to plainiiil "s complaint with tl clerk ol the aforesaid Court, ai.' s.iie a cop\ thereof upon plaint ill attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Floe-.-. Dade Federal Building, Miami Florida, not later than October 1-. 1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso will entered against you. HATED: September 11. 164. B. R. LBATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court ts.aii By: J. J. NELSON Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff llth I-,'-'1 Hade Federal Bids. Miami 2.2. Florida 9 %  18-25. 1 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ih the undt rslgned, desiring to 11 •;.1 -r. bualness under the flctitloUB name FOCUS at Post Office Box 177 Norte W, st p. neb, Aliami. Florida 8814T Intends to register said name with ll Clerk ol thi circuit Court of Dsi 1 Vunt.N FloIda. W I 1.1.1 AM I-:. Hul THE RE M TRl'SHIN Atiori,. > for William E, Hoy 13-25,



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kiday. October 9. 1964 *Jenisti flcridfiaun Page 3-A {abbs Arm to Address Educational : orum Luncheon at Fontainebleau u. an Goodman, chairman I ,„' -h National Fund Edu[' ,,..,•' Forum, has announced I arrangements have \'ln mi • tor Rabbi Milton Arm. I isl in: to the president of the I* v ish .--nal Fund of America, [, addr the .INF Educational |orum U ncheon on Oct. 13 at L Font; nebleau Hotel. p urp0! of the JNF Education).•„is to disseminate a :,. islanding of the role j, '||„.' ,ish National Funrl in „. ,!,-.. pment of the State of trael i: the past, present, and Mure. Rabb Arm, a native of New York C V. was graduated from the TMcMsf Institute of .*!. ..wish ~>-eological Seminary and eceiver. nis rabbinic ordination %  anc* Maittr of Hebrew Litera•ure d'.fee from the same in%  titutieHe holds a Bachelor |cf Scie-:e degree from Columiil Ur .ersity and was the reipienf *f a scholarship by the merican Zionist Youth Comnis:ion io engage in graduate tudy at the Hebrew University in Jeri'clem in 1949. He ha< also done graduate work H Drop• College in Philadelphia ,1 ;it % % %  ayne State University in etroit, Mich. Prior his appointment as |--i-i.ii.ta the president of the ewish V-'ional Fund, Rabbi Arm lived in the pulpit of Congrega|oii An....is Achim in Detroit. had i rcviously served as rabBi in Glen Cove. L.I.. and Congre%  ..lion S-aarey Zedek in Detroit. Among his communal activities, S.ibbi A-; served as president of %  if ZK %  :. .-• Organization in I)e%  oit an/ on the Health and Wei%  ire Sc-rv ce Commission of the ^ h ire Federation ol that Sty. I In lb• Mil! po-t. Rabbi Ann l. | Mile lor the coordinaBon of • • various programs un%  crtakrr. hy the Jewish National %  •.in • M it-rica in its work on • % %  half i land reclamation and %  llorest. ? in in Israel. Serving BS co-chairman with Lillian (ioodman is Mr>. Miriam Press. The committee responsible for all the arrangements consists ol Mesdames Max Atfachiner, Helen Barry. Johaii Berman. Eva Blum, Dorothy Cahn, ~ierman Fast, Hannah Finn. Miss Lillian (ioodman. Meyer Harris. Max Mrclit. Peter Heller. Bernard Katz. Lillian Kronovet. Lilly Laster, Louis Lustig, Abraham Mason. Louis Moscowitz. Samuel Oppenheim. Miriam Press. Phyllis Reuben. Benjamin Rochwarg. Pauline Rose, Joseph Seid. Wolfe Shklair, Israel Teicli and Benjamin Ziegmund. Rifkin Physiotheraphy Department Formed at Medical Center in Beersheba RABBI MILTON ARM MARTIN HARRISON I "Logs *. ted t %  c hieven ifi.ted i, Rvii M. fcagner. Biern; s; %  i.,x AI Ha cob 1 %  >eter He %  •arg; Si %  iyman Klizabetr femamu 1 %  Schwart; story," a. cantata dedi-ix decades of JNF ent in Israel, will be pre:he following: Narrator, Blum, soloist, Hattie accompanist. Olga liibor taking chorus, Mesdames fachiner, Helen Barry. Davis. Sherman Fast, ller, and Benjamin Rochr.ging Chorus, Mesdames Dubowy, Meyer Harris, Isenberg. Claire LeBow, Mentz. and Murra> man. Hebrew Univ. Names New Regional Director Announcement ol the appoint men! of Martin Harrison as regional director of the American Friends ol the Hebrew University for the Southeastern United States has been made by Jack S. Popick, president. Han ison's -;' h ''iv cf activity will include Florida, Georgi i, Mabama, n the Carolinas and Tenwhi re there are many benefactors and "h norary alumni" of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem He was formerlj associated with the Greater Miami Jewish i ,, |, Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach. Children's Cardiac Hospital and Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Bilu Will Sail From Miami Port Beginning Dec. 14 first ship to provide regular overnight cruise service from the city of Miami Beach will be the :\i V Bilu. ol Somerfin Passenger Lines, scheduled to arrive here Dec. 11. Announcement was made here by Akiva Goffer, president of Swiss Cruise Lines, which will operate the 7.000-ton cruise liner tor --. merfin ol Geneva, Switzerland. The Bilu will sail starting Dec. 14 on a twice-weekly schedule from the Causeway Terminal on MacArthur Causeway to both Nassau and Freeport in the Bahamas. The 524-passenger vessel, previously announced to sail from downtown Miami, will make three and four-day cruises to the Bahamian ports, departing Mondays on the longer cruises, on Fridays lor the three-day weekend trips, Fares will start at SG9 for the three-day cruises, and S79 for the longer runs. All meals will be included in the passenger fares. said Goffer. The Swiss Cruise Lines executive also announced opening of offices at 26.">u Biscayne Blvd.. Miami. The Greater Miami Medical Cenicr in Beersheba, Israel, was ded; icated this past summer in the capital city of the Jewish State Negev, and on hand were members Ol a (ireater Miami delegation. But more than the Center was dedicated at the time. Also established during the impressive ceremonies attended by government and Hisladrul officials was the Harriet and Jacob Rilkin Physiotherapy Department established by the Greater Miami Business and Professional Council of Kupat Holim. Announced here Wednesday by Moshe Berman, executive director, was the appointment of Rifkin as new chairman of the Council, succeeding Mrs. Anna Erenner Meyers. The new Center will serve the Central Negev Hospital in both bed-treatment and ambulatory C ses, The treatment covers all aspects of physiotherapy cases coming from departments of general medicine, neurology, ncurosurgery, orthopaedics, gynaecologj ..ml obstetrics, and general surgery. Apart from in-service, the Center will serve out-patients, who have lefl the hospital and need further treatment, as well as pat-' ients who will be reffered by doctors of all clinics in the entire -., ev, from Klryat Gat in the ni r'h to Eilath on the Red Sea. The Center features all types of psysiotherapic treatment The Center has 15 rooms and a big gymnasium. Cost of the building was haif a million dollars. The new Medical Center, launch ed as a projected idea by Executive Director Berman, included BS its leaders Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, immediate past chairman; Rabbi Lecn Kronish, honorary chairman; Jack S. Popick. Julius E. Cooper and Jacob Rifkin. Dedication ceremonies of the Center were witnessed by the fol MR. AND MRS. RiTKIN lowing members of the Miami delegation: Sam Felnsteln, president of the (ireater Miami II -tadrut Campaign. Rabbi Kronish. Dr. and Mrs Isaac Unterman, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash. Julius E. Cooper, and Mrs. Moshe Berman. Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain NewYork,N.Y.(Spcclnl)-Fortho first time science has found • new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and t relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all result* were so thorough that sufferers) made astonishing statements Uka "Piles hav ceased to bs • problem!" The secret Is a new healingsuD•tance (Bio-Dyne*) discover* of a world-famoua research Institute. ., This substance is now available In mppository or ointment for-n under the name Preparation H*. At all drug counters. INSURED SAVINGS pyw *3TB ^inc Tin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1532 Washington Ave.. Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 Simckas Fortffc in Soviet Continued tram Pdoe 1-A to wipe out virtua!l> all traces of Jewish religious practice. 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Alert Nation Followed Rapid Suit t'Jen'isfi Iffoiriidliicnin Page 5-C Boin the year that Ismbol of a growinq Islife is cause for celeustee of Israel, kindles the udded year for the new ELEANOR ROOSEVELT-ISRAEL HUMANITARIAN AWARD ... and its recipient, Esther Weinkle "whose nobility of character and deep human concern have won for her the love and esteem of all the community and the universal recognition of those to whom Israel is dear." Mrs. Weinkle was the first recipient of this unigue award. "IF YOU BUT WILL IT, IT CAN BE A REALITY" This was the slogan of Theodore Herzl when Ve envisioned the Jewish state, and it is the faith expressed by Jack A. Cantor, nationally-prominent financier, who originated the "Golden Trustee" category of Israel Bond purchases of the S50.0CO level. Cantor himself has set the pace with a "Century" Trusteeship, representing purchases in the SI00,000 category. Cantor today serves asstatewide chairman for bank purchases of Israel Bonds, another "first" for Florida in that it leads the entire nation in Israel Bond sales in this Held. I nts repreepresentaof mutual the above id Ambaseivinq the Ant of Noi>av. ih pride. IN THE BEGINNING ... In Miami, pacesetter for the nation, the first Israel Bond meeting was held in the synagogue and the first speaker was Claude Pepper, whose influence emerged as a major factor in the American recognition of the new-born state. From the day that Israel was born, Pepper has been in the forefront of the American endeavor in Israel's behalf. BETH Sholom-to Miami-to Israel This was the sequence of leadership of the late Sam Oritt to whom Israel was a prime interest to the end of his days. Oritt served as Beth Sholom chairman and finally on the national Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Orqanization. LADIES FIRST Elise Adcms, noted philanthropist, has set a new pace in the annals, of Israel Bonds by becominq the first woman Century Trustee with a purchase oi S 100,000 in Israel Bonds. Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs. Adams Temple, takes pride in receivinq the SI00,000 check, a purchase which has since been repeated year after year. mlc in the JL^ife of Israels ^Development Jodau Ike so much of prssent Israel, is yesterday's dream and toJans the continents with comfort and security, makinq IsB to America, Europe, Africa and a growing periphery of Above, Capt. Leo Gardner, who heads El Al's Miami office, [test El Al jet to Max Orovitz, Sam Blank, Sam Friedland Miami Group. AND ON THE SEA The SS Jerusalem will always have a cherished place in the hearts of Miamians, especially the Israel Bond family. The SS Jerusalem afforded the Israel Bond leadership the opportunity to initiate the Pan-American Friends of Israel Good Will Tour, a memorable voyage which brought the crossed flags of the United States and Israel to good neighbors in Latin American countries under the Commodoreship of Carl Weinkle. This Miami "first" has won enthuiastic recognition.


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}64 1964 +Jewlsti fk>rldli&r Page 11-B filing iU be 1 erg Dill Satin can \meric lonorary Hinder! mm icad. Set lay the Junior High lebrew Academy in memory of presidents and Satin, on Sun[thc school buildree Dr. his widow, will officially nam! Satin Corridor in lemy. Satin servj president in the Is inception in 1948 fttii* year. :ipate in the cereson, Dan Satin, and a daughter, Harris. Conductsnies will be RabTS. Gross, principal •my. Ill be extended by %  er, president of the jkmy; Mrs. Leonard Snt Of Hebrew Acadand Mrs. Samuel ident of PTA dignitaries from the ii Beach and Miami in the dedication. following the unbe laque, a brunch ed in the Max Silverlllail at the Academy. [ a member of the Jewterans. Spanish AmerVeterans, Disabled leterans, Elks, and an |nd pasl president and Beth Jacob CongregaCharles Mayers, executive vice president oi Westchester National Bank, presents a checkbook to Mel Shifke. treasurer of Temple Or Olom, while Bank President Charles Volk looks on. The loan from the new bank, on Coral Way and 87th Ave., makes possible construction of a classroom and auditorium addition to the eight-year-old House of Worship at 87th Ave. and SW 16th St. The Temple addition, beinq built by SAG Construction Co., is the first part of an expansion building program for the synagogue. Kennedy Forest Plans Progressing La+e Services ffh Torah ah Congregation "ill rent late Friday eve|Ces ibis week at 8:15 "i A, Lipschitz, spir i". new beginning his With Beth Torah, will B'nal B'rith, ORT, Na*k^H>'.!i'< ll ol Jewish Women. GflMtiM^plia:ui Jewish Federation I otflr organizations will obve nat i Tornh. In October. Beth Torah will join ~ Huigogues and churches here in ob rv:nu I'niteil Nations abbath. Constituent arms of the congreation, the Mollie Kahaner SisterMen club. I'nitcd SynaYouth, and Young Adults. will be honored on specilied Friday nights AH aerviei v. ill be conducted by Rabbi Upschitz and chanted by Cantor Ben /ion Kirschenbaum. The choir will hi directed by Mrs. Jack Donnci-taBeth Torah services are en 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO* 6 A.H. 'ill 1 A.M.



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Friday. October 9. 1964 t'Jenisli ftcrSdliain Page 11A Beth David Men In Golf Tourney Beth David Men's Club is sponsoring it> lall goli tournament on SuiuLty, Oct. 18. at the beautiful Kollins Hills Country Club in Ft. Lauderdale. Eighteen holes will be played and electric carts furnished. Players will have the chance Ol starting at either 8 a.m. or 9 a in. All reservations for the time desired should be received oy Sol Dresnick. 998 w. Flagier St., by Oct. 12. Experts and beginners will have opportunities to win the many prizes to be awarded. iA* Affair to Kcmember. Youth Group of Temple Ner Tamid meets with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, D. Dale Regent, chairman of the group, and Bruce Richman, education director, to discuss the installation dance at the Temple, 7902 Carlyle Ave., on Saturday at 8 p.m. Young Judaea is sending representatives from other chapters to the Senior Young Judaea Group. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will install the new officers. Disc Jockey Lee Sherwood and a well-known band El Al President Addresses ASTA Confab on Beach Brig. Gen. E. Ben-Arzi, president ol El Al Israel Airlines, Wednesday called on members of the 34th A'orld Travel Congress of the American Society of Travel Agents at Miami Beach to play a responsible part in the steady growth and development of the tourist factor in the economies of nations. He warned the convention, gathered at the Fontainebleau Hotel. against the blandishments of the .^i t-rich-quick gimmick, the hereay-gone-tomorrow operator, the PIOM the belt discount and the under-the-table arrangement. The El Al president was referring to the pro-rata charter way <.i doing [ravel business when he warned %  the travel agents that "you must orously improve your professional skills and technical standards lest the industry be infiltrated by charlatans and beset by practices. "High professional and rigid ethical standards must prevail to insure the harmonious partnership between the public interest and private enterprise so essential to the healthy growth cf the travel industry," Gen. Ben-Arzi asserted. The continued existence of prorata charters as a mode of low.i -t travel had taught the travel jiidustry a bitter lesson. Gen. lion-Am said. 'Every time there )> a scandal, we, the scheduled airlines, and you, the professional travel agents suffer the backlash. The press and the public care 1 ittie, fur the technicalities involved. T hey blame us and you for the shenanigans of promoters'' Gen. Ben-Arzi also reported to the ASTA Travel Congress on the effects of the abolition of pro-rata will perform. Fin.t row (left to right) are Larry Benes, Michael Moses, Lloyd Siegendorf, Richard Belitsky, Michael Levine, Alan Felsot, Phil Florentine. Standing are (left to right) Howard Buikholz, Larry Lang, Rabbi Labovitz, Alan Unger, Wayne Pnchason, Reqent, Maik Levenson. Joel Holtzman, Bruca Richman, Alan Jacobson. Leonard Feldman, Robert Cohen, Teddy Borkan. of Beach Bark Plans for Confab Miami Beach First National 'Bank will maintain a Hosp'tality Office for the convenience of vistiny delegates to the American bankers Association co vention on Miami Beach next Oct. 25 to 28. Located on the fist Hour of the bank at the corner ol Alton and Lincoln lids., the olficc will be equipped with complete communications facilities, including a bank wire. TWX and a Quotron machine for up-to-the-minute stock quotations. Typewriters. telephones. Education dictaphone machines and executive secretarial service will also be available. The oflice will open Monday. announcement ol Mclvyn FromOct. 26. and remain open from !> kes. chairman of the Bureau's to 5 daily throughout the conven Adult Education Committee. tion. The celebration, set nationally bv the Jewish Book Council of America for Oct. 29 through Nov. 211. will include book review service for all Jewi-h organizations in the community, book exhibits, three public Book Festival rallies, and a teen aye bonk review con test. The Bureau is now organizing a committe to offer book reviews to the community based on a list of recent books of Jewish interest published by the Bureau. These lists will be made available to libraries, book stores and Jewish congregations. % at fie eville HOTCL Book Month Being Planned Adult Education Committee the Bureau of Jewish is now planning the annual community-wide celebration of Jewish Book Month, according to an Planning a wedding, confirmation, luncheon, reception, meeting? Gourmet cuisine, attentive service and luxurious decor combine to make any occaion memorable — at the Seville. Facilities to accommodate ten or a thousand. Ten newlydecorated banquet rooms. Kosher cuisine available. Call ESTELLE D. POLAK: 532-2511 SEVILLE HOTEL OCEAN at 30th STREET MIAMI BEACH GEAJ I. BIN-AMI Charters to Israel. He called it an undisguised boon from which (arner.-. travel agents, sightseeing services and hotelhad profited, lie said the abolition of charters to Israel had put the business Of tourist travel to that country back where it belonged — into the hands ol the travel .-...out. He stressed that airline passenger traffic to Israel, as a result of the charter ban, had climbed 28 per cent as against an average annual rate of increase of 12 per cent during years when pro-rata charters had been permitted. • %  The pro-rata charter approach to low-cost travel must give way (0 creative and promotional fare consists ol Friimk,-. chairman; Ideas c.en. Ben-Arzi said. He Joseph Abelow. Rabbi Samuel felt that there was need for maApril; XI. A. Baskin, Mrs. Joseph lure and enlightened considersDuntOV, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger tion of what was best for the Fink, Rabbi Morns Horovitz. Dr. travelling public, and that -what Milton Lubarr. Saul Rabin, Al best lor the travelling public Sherman. Joshua Stadlan and Mrs. Meetings will be held at tlie Miami Public Library, Ocean Front Auditorium and at Adath Yeshurun Congregation of North Miami, The annual Book Review Contest will challenge competition by teen-agers in pre-confirmation, confirmation classes of Greater Miami temple* and by students of the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School. Winners in the contest will appear on a >pecial TV program, co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Jewish Book Month Committee; on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings .. ranging from 10 to 1000. or in a miami country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of thia resort-estate. 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Lay, October 9. 1964 *Jewisti Fk>ridfi3in Page 9-A 1 committed against Jews in the name of Christianity. the Christian vocabulary so that it may never again be used against Jews." • There was repeated insistance that the statement about -reunion" Similar statements were mane ol Jews was not meant to suggest by Archbishop Sopor, in refuting a conversion proposal but this was arguments from bishops from Mosi coupled with appeals to underlem countries BS well as Con.-, I island Jewish sensitivity on the vative prelates, that such a draft [matter. Archbishop O'Boyle said would create problems for Catho' that "any even remote suggestion i lies in those countries. He also I of conversion will recall the sufwent beyond requests lor improve: ferings of the past and the forced ments in the draft with a proposal conversions imposed on them."' that the secretariat should issue ne also asked for Council expres"a guidebook" on Catholic-Jewish ii n ol "an act Ol contrition'' for relations and that the Secretariat pas) and present Christian sins should set up a permanent section a ainsl the Jewto In I J< isl lems Archbishop O'Boyle asserted Archbishop Elehinger of SI :,!-„ that the revi-ed draft was bourg franc. posed that the eficient in truth and fails to Council ask p r. n or all I consideration to the delicate the Jew! had to suffer through the sensitivities that history has creatcenturies • ,i ,n the minds ol these people." ______._.! \. •. %  .•-elected officers of the Jewish National t and of Greater Miami are standing (left to : lev W. Kogan, chairman of the executive board; Abraham Grunhut, comptroller; t Fi.hman. vice president; Johan L. Berman. vice president; Gershon Miller, chairman of Nominating Committee; Benjamin Appel. tieasurer. Seated (left to right) are Miriam Press, co-chairman, JNF women's educational forum; Leon J. Ell, president; Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, recording secretary. Absent from picture are Will'am Bomstein, vice president; Sam Schachno, financial secretary; Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman of women's educational forum. Ecumenical Chiefs Reworking Schema ROME — (JTA) — The Vatican [Secretariat tor Christian Unity be gan work this week on amendments to strengthen the disputed 1 Idrafl declaration on Catholic-JewI i.-li relations following two days of. debate on the issue before Ecumenical Council. indicated it would be about three weeks before the Council would consider the draft and the amendments. statement was j turies. a strong long overdue. The American bishops were sup-; j ported by key members of the Secj The revised draft was criticiz-|retariat, including Archbishop John Carmel Heenan. the Primate of the ed for diluting a clause absolving ^"gland.'^nd Archbishop Franjo Jews of the charge of deicide. re-1 Seper of Zagrebi Yugoslavia. They i The debate m which scores ol j lerring only to Jews of the prespleaded for elimination of any Ian-, prelates from the 2.5000 attending j ent; for dropping the word "deiguage which might possibly be rethe third session of the Council \ vi:lc an( {or a statement of the' garded by Jews as a bid for contook part, produced an overwhelmtrailitiona Christian hope for ,. version. Other American orelates who lie warned his fellow -prelates thai whal the draft -finally proposes will be carefully studied bj .lew S." In calling for restoration of the 'iron;; Language on the decide's charge, Bishop Leven dismissed argtmeats that deicide had no meaning in modern times and that therefore the word should be ignored in the draft. He called the term one of "infamy" which had been "invented by Christians" who had "hurled this word against Jews" not only in the past but also "even in our own time." With it, he added, Christians "have justified every kind of horrible excess" against Jews, including "their slaughter and destruction." He insisted that "we must tear this word out of Temple Ner Tamid 7902 Carlyle Avenue Miami Beach LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES OCTOBER 9, 1964 8:15 P.M. RABBI EUGENE IABOVITZ CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH and the Temple Choir will officiate The Rabbi's Sermon will be: "Ecumenical Election And Equality" THE GENERAL COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED ling insistence on charges strengthen the draft. A much Istronger original version was prepared by Augustin Cardinal Bea. of Jews with Christianity. Many Jewish theologists interpreted that clause as a bid to Jews •resident of the Secretariat, which | ( > convert. Cardinal Bea. in invas introduced at the second sesj traducing the revised text, made it plain he was dissatisfied with the changes, citing them in del-ion but not voted on. Between the second and third sessions, the [draft was substantially diluted. (under circumstances which prellates themselves indicated was a mystery. The fact that the draft had been changed under such circumstances left uncertain the fate of the drive to strengthen it. The Secretariat is working with a list of 70 amendments submittec 1 prior to the opening of the third session, plirs a lengthy list of proposals offered by prelates during the two days cf debate on the issue. It was tail and urging reinstatement of the original version. The majority of the American bishops, led by Richard Cardinal dishing, of Boston, Albert Gregory Cardinal Meyer, of Chicago, and Joseph Elmer Cardinal Bitter, of St. Louis, spoke urgently and eloquently of the need to revise the draft to make it acceptable "to our Jewish brothers." The theme was heard repeatedly that, against the background of the use of Christian anti-Semitism t,i persecute Jews over the cenprelates spoke forcefully for a stronger draft were Archbishop Patrick O'Boyle. ol Washington, DC, and Auxiliary Bishop Stephen A. Lev, en, of San Antonia, Tex. Among themes stressed by the prelates were the need to understand the sensitivity of Jews to the record of enormity of crimes SPRAY LIN I MIST ON I PAIN AWAY lflpu %  ^WTr(llM0' t, NO RUBBING NECESSARY tOlS NJHTHEK af£VES FASTER THAN 0lD-fSHIOB MUSI OINTMENTS AKD UQUIDS lillllllll SttiHW • Mlneptie QUICK SOOTHING RELIEF MUSCUIAR ACHES AND PAINS OF ARTHRITIS %  BURSI'IS %  RHEUMATISM SCIATICA CHEST COIDS BACKACHE RELIEF GUARANTEED OR PURCHASE PRICE REFUNDED AT ALL DRUGSTORES DRUG OBPTS. PRODUCT OF MEAD-RAYMOND CORP.. HIALEAH. FL*. i j The Hebrew Teachers' i,Al!iance of Greater Miami extends congratulations to The Hebrew Academy its President Louis Merwitzer, and Board of Trustees for joining in the efforts to raise the status of the professional teacher by implementing a PENSION PLAN. Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach Louis Snetman, President and Temple Menorah Maurice Revitz, President have previously implemented such a Pension Plan. 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Page 12-B "Jenlsli Flcrkifon Friday. October 9 UAHC Federation Sets Symposium The annual fall mi tins nf South Florid i Fedei i „', J 1 Union of American Hobrew p gregations wffl r/e"n< • j* day evening af Te A special Bympo ,.,.;..' "The Jews and the i •'omo Reactions to th< I Council," will highli hi the even ing. Temple Beth Sholcm's ddSE of 1964-5725 consecrated by Rabbi Leon Kronish are (Kindergarten! Susan, dauqhtor of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arkin; Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley Cohen; Pamela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dortch; Gwen Maci, dauqhter of Mis. Miriam Fink; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Fleischman; Lori Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gale; Melissa Sue, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Gettis, Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Goldman; Ellen Faith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Francis Haas; Greq Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hark; Richard Mark, son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jaffe; Shelly, dauqhter cf Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Levinson; Cary Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq Miller; Leslie Jane, dr.ughter cf Mr. ard Mrs. Leonard Mil!e r ; Stevan, son of Mr. and Mrt. Joseph Pardo; Cathrin Dina. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Popkin; Seth David, son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen,Andrew Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schell; Darcee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siege!; Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith; Benjc min, son of Mrs. Anita Teitelbaum; Johnny Wolfson, son of Mis. Doris Dobby; Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Zaiac. Grade 1G are Joel, ccn of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Benes; Norman Harris, son Rabbi Morris Horcvitz, principal of Me3ivtc Senior Hiqh School, bids farewell to scholarly students who leave for New York. Left to right are Bernard Lipman, off to Yeshiva University; Joel Kornreich. NYU scholar, and Rabbi Morris Horovitz. Students at the Lear School went to the polls last week and elected their own Student Government officers for the cominq year. Elected to lead the hiqh school activities is (seated in front) Joseph Pite, sergeant-at-arms. Second row (left to right) are Mitchell Rubinson, president; Maddy Benjamin, recording secretary; and Thomas Karson, vice president. Kneelinq in the back are (left to right) Norman Harris, treasurer; and Ccnnie Mathas, corresponding secretary. of Mr. and Mrs. Hcrold Chesky; Steven, son of Mrs. Phyllis Harris; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Marjain; Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Munchick; Joseph, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Neber; Brett Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rivkind; Bruce, son of Mrs. Phyllis Robert',; Cindy, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Seqal; Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georae Simon. Grade 2G-2 are Brad Marvin, son of Mrs. Muriel Dix; Wendy Lynn, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gale; Dana Abbe, dauqhter of Mr. and Mis. Paul Warren. Grade 3G-1 are Peter Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chestney ; Joy S., dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Friedman; Gene Catryn, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Goldman; Jaa Alexa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Lighte; Sandra Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Osnos; Jill Robvn, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warren. Grade 3G-2 are Kenneth Samuel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq Cho.it; David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chesky; Micnaei Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gordon; Fortuna, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Marjain; Leonard, son of Mrs. Phyllis Roberts, Lori Marsha, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sonz. Pirticipafion will include R a i. bi Herbert M Baumnanj, „f Temple Beth Am; Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Belh $holorn; Rabbi Joseph Narot of Temple Israel; Rabbi Morris *_ Kipper, of Temple Judea, Rabbi Daniel Lowy, of Temple Sinai. A question and answer period will follow the symposium. The program will also Include a business meeting, election c | Fedei ation officers, and the intro-Juctiw of Allan Solomon, newl) ippointed full-time director of ihc I'AHC Southeast Camp-Instituti land. Ga. The South Florida Federal! in of Itelorm synagogues is of eight Liberal and Reform congregations in Greater Miami, Fl Lauderdale, Hollywood, and rt'esi Palm Beach Holly*"' II \u %  A i a j niori David SI The B Mi and o. Higl \ dim hountry Rsturda; belebrar Pianist Novaes to Inaugurate UM Orchestra's Season Here on Oct. 18 Brazilian concert artist Guiomar Novaes. considered one of the greatest women pianists of the 20th century, will open the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra's 38th season at 8:30 p.m., Sunday. Oct. 18, in Miami Beach Convention Hall. The concert will be repeated Monday, Oct. 19, in Dade County Auditorium. Dr. Fabien Sevitzky, director and conductor of the symphony, lias declared the season a "Festival of Music" dedicated to the community and to the university. The 1964-65 series of nine pairs of subscription concerts will be the final one in which the orchestra, Florida's first symphony, will be sponsored by the University of Miami. There will continue to be a University Symphony, but it will be an all-student body. Present membership consists of students and professionals, In tribute to Dr. Sevitzky and the university, four mayors are proclaiming the week of Oct. 12 to 18 as "Dr. Fabien Sevitzky and University of Miami Symphony | Week." The Oct. 18 concert will be the only one held in Miami Beach Convention Hall. All future Sunlay night concerts will be presented in Miami Beach Auditorium. Monday night programs, as usual, will be held in Dade County Auditorium. For the opening concert, Dr. Sevitzky commissioned a composition honoring the concept of the United Nations, written by Dr. William F. Lee, new dean of the University's School of Music. Dr. Lee's composition, a prelude for string orchestra, is entitled "United Nations—Earth Genesis." This will be Mme. Novaes' fifth appearance with the University of Miami Symphony. Previous visits here were in 1937, 1942, 1947 and 1953. For this year's concert, she will perform the Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major by Beethoven. Under the baton of Dr. Sevitzky. • he orchestra will present for the first program the Symphony No. 1 in C minor of Johannes Brahms and the Passacaglis and Fugue in A minor by Johann Sebastian Bach as transscribed for orchestra by Dr. Sevitzky. A prize-winning student at the Paris Conservatoire at the age of 13. Mme. Novaes was a recognized i concert artist at 15 and made her American debut in New York when she was 18 years old. She has appeared in concert and recital throughout the world. SB Council Meet Wednesday Eli Hurwitz. president of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges, has announced a meeting ol the Council to be hel at the University of Miami Hille louse, 1100 Miller Dr., on Wednesday evening. Program will feature an addre-on "The Jewish College Student and Hillel." by Dr. Donald I) Michelson. director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at trie university. Dr. Michelson has been director of the Foundation since 1948 and played a leading role in the growth of the Jewish campus institution. He initiated the drive for the construction of the present Hillel House, a building which won a national architectural prize for its designer, Norman Giller. Dr. Michelson presides over the religious, cultural and social activity planning for the welfare of some 2.500 Jewish students at the University of Miami. JWVA Quarterly Meeting Department of Florida Ladies' I Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans 1 held its quarterly meeting at the Diplomat Inn on Sunday morning. WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM



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iday. October 9. 1964 vjfwisti ncridSam Page 9-B CM •* % ictrvnivi yours. d'if M ISS Roxane I'allot was honored ;ii a '<" a ,ast Wednes.\-\\ aiternoon heid at King's Kay yacht and Country Club. Her recently announced engagement 11 Rodney Gabai, of Peru and Paris, was the occasion for the partj given by Mrs. William PalIn, and Mrs. Richard Pallot. s dress was a muted c >ilk Italian knit sheath uitli a cowled neckline and elbow-length sleeves. Her mother. MrS. Charles Wigderson, also chosi an Italian silk knit in nutmeg tone with black leather accessories. Mrs. William Pallot favored the tailored look with a black silk crepe trimmed with white mils and a white nautical inspired collar. Black silk with while polka dots in the skirt and jacket was worn by Mrs. Richard Pailot. The color combination was reversed in the blouse. A black leather string belt was at the waist. Mrs. E. Albert Pallet's persimmon-colored crepe ensemble was trimmed with white. • • • ^OUSINS of the honoree, Mrs. ^* Abe Kamenoff and Mrs. Jack Kamenoff, came in from Orlando lor the tea. A royal blue suit was worn by Mrs. Abe Kamenoff, and Mrs. Jack Kamenoff was in a long-sleeved white silk with a black geometric print. They are the former Phyllis and Madaleen Schulman: Their mother, Mrs. Harry Schulman. chose a ii.".-. blue moygashel sheath with the sleeve^ and fitted bodice oi i Clooncy lace. Mrs. Jack Sandler's yellow silk-linen was tailored in a coal dri •style, but it zipped up the Deep, inverted pleats on e were in a tangerine n Navy and red in a batik i by Mrs. Cheslei assel. Her bodice was i-length sleeves ired silk CJI el. M % %  k sbantum .' n iv ed the A i Igewood blue i \ j i ss wool si line. \ %  im ; li.iei th cap si ., ,.i the scoope I neck pallot's black II heath featured the i nd had mi n %  i i > hich wen tull. >lrs Norton P .'. was in a black and bone jacket. An Italian knubby silk with a matching jacket was worn by Mrs. Ronald Pallot. %  THE shell-colored silk knit • worn by Mrs. Charles Jacobson was one she had made. Her jacket was chanel-styled and trimmed with a touch of burgandy. A two-piece, ice-blue Italian silk knit was worn by Mrs. Lou Pallot. Mrs. Howard Katzen was in a white silk linen jumper with a feminine blouse of pink chiffon with white polka dots, long sleeves, and a big bow at the neckline. Sister of the honoree, Miss Susane Pallot, chase a raspberrycolored sleeveless wool in the Wwnnr-Kahu AIRS. STAMUV GOLDBERG Goldbergs Will Live in Baltimore Miss Zarowitz To Wed Physician Mr and Mrs. Jerome Zarowitz. of Miami Beach and Las Vegas. innounce tue engagement of thendaughter, Jnan Karen Zarowitz, to Dr. Lawrence Zaslow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Zaslow, of lacksonvilfe"! A Graduate of Miami Beach SenIt r High, the bride-elect is cur' %  rently in her senior year at New,'urab College of Tulanc Univer-ity. where she is a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. She plans to teach English after gradlation. The future bridegroom attended fulane University and graduated rum the University of Miami School of Medicine, where he was a member of Phi Delta Epsilon, medical fraternity. Dr. Zaslow completed his internship at the fouro Infirmary of New Orleans. He is presently finishing his military obligation and will begin a rc-idency in internal medicine it Charity Hospital and Veterans Administration Hospital in New Orleans this July. A summer wedding is planned. .<;(,! YANiCH Regi Yanich Show Premieres Here Sunday Marks. Her understated black crepe sheath had cap sleeves. A reception at the Dupont Plaza Aline silhouette. Her neckline \ Hotel followed the high noon wedwas rounded and a small asyme-jding there of Joan Claire Mayers j trically-draped bow was on one and Stanley Goldberg on Sunday, side. Mrs. Richard Lewis chose Oct. 4. Rabbi Morris Skop offia two piece black crepe with the ciated. overblouse featuring the slashed, Now on a np t 0 nj ew York and bateau neckline. ; tnc world's Fair, the couple plan A white Bavarian lace suit was to live in Baltimore. Md. Their worn bv Mrs. Richard Horwick. parents are long-time Miami resIt followed the long-sleeved, tailidents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mayered look. Another who preferers. 4710 Orduna Dr.. and Mr and ed the tailored effect for the Mrs. Herbert Goldberg. Baltiafternoon tea was Mrs. Frank more. For the nuptials, the bride chose an intermezzo-length brocade gown with scooped neckline, fitted torso bodice and panniered skirt over a full crinoline. The bridal ensemble was completed with a beaded Belgian pillbox which held the four-tiered bouffant French illusion. Honor attendants were Linda Mi IJ ers, the bri le's sister, and Mrs. Stephen Morns. The bridegroom's sister, Doris Goldberg, and Maureen Sarason served as bridesmaids. Joyce Mayerwas ; i c-harge of the guest book. Best man was Di S e] ben Morris. Gerald Schneinker, Isadore M avers and Do igl M yi rs ushCti. Ml. n 't VABAT ;s Vsrct Eyes Riles en Dec. 29 To Robert Sidney .-. %  as Women To See Fashio new i i isterhood lun i > er n In %  lition %  cap as a kttend nee is bj i <;ily. with Mrs %  '' >e Regi (Mrs. Joseph) Yanich painter, sculptor and graphic artist, will exhibit her work in the premiere one-man show of the win ter season at Rogue's Gallery Two. There will be a preview and reI ception on Sunday trom 7:30 to 1 ; %  Music I ir dancii g an I 11 lerl un, ,. : ., W ii1 | • by MornSI II ol n,,. 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,L Otv, ovnan s li/or Jewish Flondian Miam. Florida, Friday, October 9, 196'. Section B i To Interview Top Career Women .ing the opening party of the Federation of Jewish Worn: the Eden Roc Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 22, are (left to Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, vice dent, President's Council; Mrs. Milton Green, vice preside:/, arrangements; and Mrs. Jean C. Lehmcn. chaiiman of the ;;ay. Spotlight will shine on a group of distinguished Miami career women at the opening party of Federation of Jewish Women taking place Thursday. Oct. 22. 12 noon, at the Eden Roc Hotel Mrs. .lean C. Lehman, chairman of the day, and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. president of the Federation of Jewish Women, announced that television star Molly Turner, ol WLBW-TV. will interview the panel for the program entitled. "The Wonderful World of Women.' Panelists for the occasion in chide Mrs. Charles Pinkelstein, civic betterment; Mrs. Paul James Furlong, lav ; Mrs. Maury Glaubman, ait: Mis. Howard Grove, "I The Jewish Floridian, journalism; Mrs. A A. Hayden, principal, Bay Harbor School, education; Dr. Ema Klass. medicine: and Mrs Margaret N.•< man Stearn, business. Mrs Milt in Gn en is chairman 'il arrangement; for the afternoon at which the panelists, all prominent in their respective fields, will spotlight the role ol the career woman and II. %  housewife in service to the communitj "I am very pleased that this distinguished group of women will take time from their busy schedules to be with us on Oct. 22," Mrs. Lehman said. "I am certain they will provide a stimulating opening meeting tor the Federation ol Jewish Women." Lorber Unit Member Lunch Lorber Chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver, is having a memCant Breathe," will be shown. The Asthma Institute i~ the largest facility of its kind in the counhership luncheon on Tuesaay noon (| v )()r thc tI .,, ami n t of youthful intractable ashmatlcs and the only place in the world dedicated A film, "Help Me Mommy, I solely to asthma-allergj research. at tinYorkshire Inn. 5820 Bird Rd. TJ RD I N New dig its 1 ly-elected officers nf the Women's Committee of Jewish ly and Children's Service include Mrs. Mcx V. Cogen nd from left 1 president; Mrs. Howard Scharlin (far lei!), David Kirsh (second from right) ond Mrs. Eugene Katz vice presidents. Tboy arc shown planning the corn's benefit movie, "Nothir.g but the Beit," scheduled fcr 'ami premiere at the Parkway Theatre on Nov. 5. Prowill go tc fie JrCS Group Treatment Hcme. Mrs. Katz :.ving as chaiirna \. n J bv ISABEL GROVE pried on Friday. Oct. 2. ig m Chicago, golden anniV) v for Mr. and Mrs Max i; again fell on a Friday 11, year of 1964 ... in honor oi • te occasion, the Miami K r ,iiv social Club, which Garshag serveas president, entert a ii i for the couple ia*t Satun night, and presented them Witt a gold clock Cay music. dancing and refreshments sparked the affair, with Mr. and Mrs. A. Stobsky, also celebrating their 501 anniversary, gharing in the good wishes of the guests cring congratulations to both couples. Rabbi Solomon Schiff of Beth El, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Braff, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rovner, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Aronson. Mrs. Max Abramowitz. Mn Click. Mrs. Jacob Wiess and Mrs. Anna Cortez • '" Se] iber, while visiting in Chithe GaTShfigS were feted at. a pre-anniversary cocktail par:, hosted by daughter and son-in-law Florence and Marvin Pauls, of Glenco, III. %  %  The couple have two other daughters, Belle (Mrs. Harry Baron, of Skokie, and Ruth (Mrs. Irving) Weprin, Miami Also four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Heart-shaped cake with pink icing "ill say "Happy sweet 18th birthday to Rosalind" on Saturday at a luncheon given by her parents, Mr and Mrs. Robert M Merritt, at the Algiers Hotel ... A full-skirted pink and white chiffon frock chosen by the tall, blue-eyed teen-ager for the special occasion ... A junior at Miami Beach Senior High, talented Rosalind won a national award recently for a wood cut which made thc cover of National Art Education Magazine She'll also design the cover for her school's 1965 Year Bcok Guests at the luncheon will include her grandmother, Mrs. Morris (Anne) Alpert. and her mother's sister. Evelyn [Mrs. Milton) Nussbaum. as well as classmates. Long time residents Anna and Louis Baida will host a family dinner party on Saturday night in the Starlight Roof ol the Doral Beach in honor of their 25th wedContinued on Page 6-B NEVER AGAIN CHOOSE BETWEEN ACHING LEGS AND ACHING VANITY WEAR SCHIAPARELLI SUPPHOSE C OC exclusively ours Supphose Sheerest what a relief! A support stocking that makes you WANT to show your legs. Gives the comfort of support plus luxury of sheerness without tattle-tale thickness. Nylon Lycra* spandex fiber in tones of Flaming Youth, Sun Worship, Soft Beige; size 8V2 %  12. hosiery, street Poor, DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 6 Burdme's stores) come in or call 273-1161



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'-3 lmi*$ fhsHtor Friday. Oti-ber 9 'J-rances oi-c/i wjn We the Women *',"**. CF THE *§EX • ;-•-•.-.-: Prose that i %  f • %  i She *i.-.'ei in fact la be leeeftei f .r. i. i rtt .-'. it! %  % %  direct..foi Yo n| idea < • hcf -. i iMod artae* -, .',-•<'-. TV-;. rtfC the %  %  -..•.-. (re .;. pon wired bj •-.<• Borcaa of ie Mutation ia Rabbi Kipper tame ben aa onh'vi'.x background— .-... fa'her >aa cantor He wa •:<•;,. .--....o.and kri^* that ;ld be bn ••: ..-. trviag v k people Lenore received scnolarhi|i I S'atioi %  %  • of Ed ication in U*0f I? i rate • ton III After receiving Bachelor ol Education degree, • •.• .... Demon ti it* n %  bod then in %  -; : Leaorc i tbird rear in eellegi be la • .-of bar parent! la % %  tragfc i ccl d ent Thfollowing kforrii ere laarriad Tbaj rai ad Lcnore • -. let Madeline Caldern who inoa In .. -, .-..•;, Wort at Columbia Mean%  • •.< irm la ei i a an a i I .... n then a DO -1 pl in he >-• • %  %  %  .%  :• ad late art award < de< kU d inted to I %  • -I iring all tive i • %  ther 'l lei : %  | %  I I I : I.' then two ch lr. lilei IK !.. .. can't deal in thin] he d % %  )• %  •'..,•' to i Temple •II %  I am 11 lu i | e th< ime i • %  ••;:•.: mr perm • I 11 • %  ; I i • ere i ntv ith ••• %  %  i i. ii'. Clems Will Live In Memphis -aaeyaaoaa as Mea Mtdaael Allen MeaaetH' The eieasag ce re a aeoy en Suni ; rettse aapi i Car The :."-%  at 1 I -.-•. draped to a % %  *-.. -.. aad lilr-o: %  • %  let The th a trend of pi Sen ii'i '-•-.'-;. :. H the lac Jane V MrMidaael Kite Igbtcf of Mr and Mr rfau-man. 7235 SW 105th Ter the bride is a graduate of Palmetto Senior High and attended College of Medical Technology She •.aa member of Topai B'nai B r.'h Gail Beat man to th*: bridegreotn was his brother, Robert Clein They are the sons of Mr and Mrs Ben Miss Berlin P!c To be Married and Mr -.,. Berlir Ter. annou. -netrt of their E.len. to Sober? The bnde-eJect is a | Cable* High an Use '.*•:•;. 'A P -ie J'jnior C-Soa %  '. Mr ai ',.••.<-n KM o.-.... %  ate of Coral Gables '.tended the Hat I eat. Lr.. pian• La* School 364 ns •-267 •f "led and a MfS. ViCWAfl Cl£/i Clein, 7*75 5W :i%th St. L'akeri were Saaiord Lerinaon, Bi Phillips. Haimen Clein and Sam P.adoif. A iraduate of Cora! G High, the bridegroom attended Georgia Tech. He is a member of Alpha Epilon Pi. -ocial fratern:iy. a.i'l Bulldogs honorary athletic club. Double Ring Rites For Stone, Gross :! WA! I T3 WALL CARPET CLi i U %  NG SERVICE EXPERIENCE TREE F c r i'vAATES PH. PL 8-6774 PUBLIC '.'"VICE • I NINO I rV7 /'NO CO • y : • f. • STI • H' 7""" M< *-' i u rftsi /V>l T<7i?>1Z ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALl GREATER MIAMI Spirers Revec! Ruth s Befro^hal To T/r. Frarkel Di M 5| rer, of C italoni i Avi Coral Gi hies. i cc the i i %  %  >i %  ith Ellen, to Michael !. oil ol Mr, and I. !i Frankel, ol Morrisn .1 ai %  Hi.' late llene M kel, 5piri r i a 1963 graduate iphie Ne wcorob I olle %  •• w here hi %  aa a member %  >! Alpti i EpPhi S irorlty. she i presently working for the Dial Press In v.iik City. A I9S8 ni.idu.iii"I Lafayette ( ollege, the pro pective bride%  room is with I.. F. Rothschild and Co., a hankin: 1 and brokerage firm in New York Citj \ November wedding is planThe Bi-cayne Terrace Hotel aai • < letting on Sunday. Oct. 4. for the vveddins Of Harriet Stone and David Alan '.. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben/ ie Stone. 724 SW 26th Bd.. the is J graduate of Miami High. The bridegroom is a graduate of Coral Gableil,-n and lerved in the IS. Army :>ir three yean Hi parents are Mr. 'i. Julius %  Gros S71 'i he doul • ting the • • ;'. the Bi ca Ti ICI H Ie ind formal On their trip tl in South Miami, [ oi %  %  %  %  %  Mi ,' i • %  %  i The l her. A Alan and I..• red. Cha ken, Richt Exchange Vows Bsdrter i lay e-.er..r... Oci Country Gi;b pttofi and dinner folio I | .d ceremony f Ba '. IrsiCt Lehi Parents of the nevfan Mr and Mr;. Lonta R;cht^-ss i7".h St.. and Mr. ar. Mrs. Leo Caaikta, 790 %  43th The bridal gown of peau fc ater ed reembroidered L The new Mr'•rchids OB a farm!; prese-.ted to her b> the m'a parents. The bride's sister-. Jan••.and Mrs. Richard E g • rve : M maid and ma" n i f nor Irma Green. Sandy I rane• Michelle Kroll were Karen Weinklr flowStephen Chaikin sened h brother's be*t rr.an. with BicTi ish el Channins EdriK and Charles Phillips, In nej mooning u bri • .n Miami. A graduate ol Coral former Miss R the Ui f the L'.S Reserve, tin %  i e L'.iiversil Ivania Acod. Women To Say 'Hello : e %  • •• r f tl urn; 1 i> Rose -• : 'resident and hail man. will • • I membership bruni h in A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 L^L^HL|LVfl&J*stfAfjw2fKBfj'J ARDMORE STUDIO ESTABLISHED 5INCE •Wi'O "' JE1-3415 Speciolnti in \fQ\Q^ • WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS PORTRAITURE COMMERCIAL COPIES ,.' 1 F'JLL STAFF AT YOUR SERVICE 738 ARTHUR GODFREY RD. MIAMI BEACH



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Friday. October 9 L884 faaflcfi FH'^/rirffitn Page 7-C ICoL and Mrs. Harris Will be Feted At Temple Ner Tamid Dinner Here ,,,l. Mrs. William Harris, husband-and-wite team who have been dedicate'! leaders of Temple Ner Tan;;; since its hjrlh. will be joir.tl> honored at the Temple's fen• %  dinner on Sunday. Nov. 29. at the FontaineUnder the direction Eugene Labovitz and Pre* • • Murr ; %  v the din. expecte a hiyhImhi in the communitj program %  (in of Israel ai Bonds nd Mrs. Harris were three initial rs of the Temple Nor Tamid rs ago %  Harrin ..;ust ; nt of the i ition. nnouncin | I ner and to C !iMil) aid. / their %  e v' to proi th< phase of ig the ten. through i ontinued terosity. the li nance an -ration of e temple." Shaw added. '"Temple Ner ramid is now housed in a one million dollar edifice and serves over 450 member-, showing increased growth front year to year as a force in Greater Miami through its spiritual and comImunal activities." Rabbi Labovitz ex| ressed the Ipride ol the entire congregation lupon the selection %  • Col. and I Sirs. Harris for special honors. It is most appropriate that Col. ind Mrs. Harris have been selected for special tribute." A committee of temple and community leaders .il join in [preparations for the Temple Ner [Tamid-Israel Dinner "This dinner." said Rabbi Labovitz, "will display the close affinity between the religious life <>f the synagog and the continued susten tti Israel through Israel Bon i COL. AND MRS. WILLIAM HARRIS They will be honored at the forthcoming Ner Tamid dinner on Nov. 29, the first night of Chanuka. ESHKOL SAYS: Expressing the thai it v ill -t new record n financing the building an development ol Israel, Prime Minister Levi K h k ol haile I the Israel Bond campaign, in i Vaami :,i I) ading city. Eshkol emphasize I t te importance of Israel Bonds CO the development of isra^ during the past thirteen yearSO YOUNG, SO GREAT The devotion of Rabbi Eugene Labovitz la one reason. Another is the leadership of President Murray Shaw. Both found expression in the initial Israel Bond iinner of the temple last year which in attendance and bond sales was one of the outstanding dinners of the year. Or. this occasion, Shaw was awarded Israel's Redemption Plague from Gov. Theodore McKeldin. of Maryland. Banks Buy Bonds BUILDER OF ISRAEL ... is a title accorded to those whose Israel Bond purchases are sufficient to buiid a home in Israel for a newcomer. Henrietta Fine, builder of a temple and •uilder of a community, is as well a builder of Israel. She ^.ts been a leade: of Israel in the Women's Division move'd ment for many years. Above, she prepares to light Israel's SCHEDULED FOR OCT. 25 Herman Fe/dman Will Be Honored at Beth Am Israel Bond Dinner Although y 0 ii n B in years of existence. Temple Beth Am has already won widespread recognition as a leading congregation in service to its members, to the community and to the state of Israel. AI the forefront of activities for and by the temple is Herman Feldman, one of the founders of the congregation and its first president. On Oct. 25, Herman Feldman will be singled out for special I,on iat the Temple Beth Am Israel dinner, which will be held at the Doral Country Club. Feldman has been chosen to receive the coveted Israel Redemption Award in recognition of his extraordinary service to the congregation and to the State of Israel. Spearheading plans for the dinner are Rabbi Dr. Herbert Baumgard. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am, and Phil Revitz. community and temple leader who will serve as chairman. Working closely with them will be Byron Cherkas. temple president, and other leading members of the congregation. Almost from its inception. Temple Beth Am has been a major force on behalf of Israel in South Dade. Leading these efforts has been Feldman. who served as chairman of the first \.W r Greater Miami banks are making history this year with important purchases of State of Israel Bonds. Many of the leading banks have demonstrated their confidence in the State of Israel and In the people of Israel by adding substantial holdings of Israel Bonds to their investment portfolios. The Fidelity National Bank of South Miami, headed by Monroe Dixon. chairman of the board, and John Gier, president, has announced a purchase of $20,000 in Israel Bonds. The purchase will be made at the Temple Beth Am dinner to be held Sunday evening. Oct. 25, at the Doral Country Club. The purchase was inspired by chairman Monroe Dixon, a Temple Beth Am member, and Jack Weisglass, vice president of the bank, also a member of Temple Beth Am. A third Beth Am member on the Board of Directors is Jack Green. Temporarily located at 5730 Bird Rd., the bank has a new building under construction at Temple Beth Am-Israel Dinner in I960 and again ini%t. occasions graced by such personalities as the late Eleanor Roosevelt, whose inspiration has remaine< a potent force in con activities \a launder of Temple Beth Am and first president, Hei Feldman has seen the i tion grow from a handful of membership to more than 651 families housed in a buildinf North Kendall Dr., which was completed in 1958. In help.: make this growth possible. Foldman served in numerous capacities, such as chairman ol the I ol Trustees, chairman ••: the Building Committee, chairman ol the Fund-Raising Committee and chairman of the Planning Committee. In addition to his temple activities and service for Israel Bonds, Feldman is a member of the Board of Governors of the Jewish Federation of Greater Miami and is a past vice president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Southeast Region. Vice president of Construct mi: Products Corp.. Feldman lives with his wife. Rose, and family in Coral Gables. They are the parents of a daughter. Rosalind, 18. a student at North West University, and a son Robert 16 LARGE OAKS FROM LLITTLE ACORNS ... The story of Temple Beth Am is a story of meteoric growth in substance and stature, as well as in size and facilities. This growth, which represents the growing service to young and old, is parallel with a growing awareness of the challenge and responsibility of a growing State of Israel to every nature American Jew. Seen above are Rabbi Dr. Herbert Baumgard, spiritual leader. Herman Feldman, Beth Am's first president and first Israel Bond chairman, and Phil Revitz, who will serve as chairman for this year's dinner. LIGHT OF THE TEMPLE AND LIGHT OF ISRAEL David Light has set a tone of leadership for Beth Am which echoed throughout the community. His generosity and devotion extend to all the causes which make for a better neighborhood extending from South Miami, around the world, and to the State of Israel. Above, he is entertaining Ambassador and Mrs. Yaa.-ov Herzcg, the evening where he announced Ms



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Friday. October 9. 1964 'JmMthrttton Page 13-A XCIIOHS S< ervices . Louis curl. LawlenHneM." Saturday %  • .,,,1. Sermon: "A Man Anu.ni.H*n I n-..W'-va* 1 "• '•!. on "'" Mr i "" t Mis. Irvln Aionoff. • AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 C.rlyle Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever .,„ "" %  P.m. Batuntay 8:30 a.m ',"'•".,,. Norman Alan, son ..i 1 ,;!'d i. Murray Dubfa. Ber, -Thf 8pWt of FaiUtfttUMM .U.VAT SHALOM CONGREGA. TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor la-ael Kershner. ANSHE EMES. 2333 SW 19th Ave. Conservative. BETH DAVID. 2*23 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. RabOi Norman N. Shapiro. rmtor William W. inton. v Ii -• l-m HAMW Solux.l n.i.-iiiwill be consecrated. Ones i ,i.i.,i will follow service*. Saiur%  „ l ;l .„,. gar Mltavah: Mark ir„ ,,,n Of Mr and Bra. Robert -.ill BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Schiff. • — BETH ISRAEL. HI th St. Orthodox. RanEi Berel Wein. BE TH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamchec. ... Saturday R:SW a.m |. M,. .. Howard Roy Bent. BETH KODESH. HO 1 SW 12th Ave. •n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben.An. | .. • ;, in Sermon: "A Loal r i'. p.m "The i'"i :. is p in "The Flood Imnilm — • — BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. .V. Dioie Hw>. Conservative. C. inter Hj.il.lil Fein %  CANDLE LIGHTING TIME 3 Heshvan — 5:39 Moral I..-.-son of th< %  dilation," Kennedy Aaaaa•. I ;illWII.. I I TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. ICr.nl.-iy s: i.". p.in. Dlwcuaalon BabUith. Saturday 11 a.m • -TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Krldas tt p.m. Saturday '.' a.m. SerPearl 139 NW 3rd Ave. Krieger, secreBETH RAPHAEL. O'thcdox. Ralph t.-i. y. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th A, Conserv lt.ve. Rabbi Max Lin. IChity. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenban in. s-l i Etna Mltn ah i ,,i \ii and Mm Vri feat in I.". in Bai MUPavij v Mi and Mr>. — • B'NAI .RAPHAEL HO' NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. CantAr Jack Lerner. r iii I % % %  %  i p.m. Sermon: "Youth I i s.i-i i. ducted by it.' itloi L'HV FLAGUER GRANAOA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David RosenfeldCantor Georqe Goldberg. Ki I.I-.IV 6:30 p.m. Katurdaj !> .i m I Inl Miiv .-.: Jay. s..n of Mr. and Mix Bernard Lofrue. Mlncha :30 .FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACAOEMV. 2400 PinetrVt dr. Ortnoaox. Rnobi Alexander S. Gross. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Friday S:50 and R:15 p.m. Sermon: %  Can Mankind i Baved?" Saturday :. urn Bar Mltavah: Slan Har vev, s..ii of Mr. and Mra. Jack Oruaby, Mlncha 6:80 p.m. • — 5EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Contervative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Nen. M1ATH VKSHl'ltrX i lav 5: IS and 8:1 i p.m. Ranni i : ,|,|.ii w HI consecrate 51 student* .. l„, have entered Religious School Rului'ilm v IS a HI Bar Mltavah: Kdward' Wilson. Mlncha 6:43 p.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So Miami, Refo.-m. Rabbi Herbert Ba imgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. |., r. ii I.. Salurda> ": in H m s mil n • %  "id Waters ol Noah, Mlnchn ". |i in — • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14!h Ave. Reform. Rabin Samuel J.iffe. I • %  i. in. Sermon: Reai i i .. i'|-| ivn mon> nnmlna soi ... I ir II id Mi Marcus I. Zlmi TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 7500 SW 120th St Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns SkoD. Cantor Herman Gottlie %  ; I,.-,. ". ,. in i ini-i! Shuhhul pan : ,,.. i %  tin-in. "The •!• %  .-I. v.i. in i wiHh i-'" Sal %  In in II in, s.i n: "Life "i Noah v \, ,|,| l ,i iv III i ;•! -'-Ill Hi'.-,.i. ib I ..' both the neu Shalli ami Kl liltiHh, nHHlKted hy the n. i i i %  liolr .lii" ted b> C'antoi liol il a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St Conservat.ve. Rabbi MO.IJII M.ilavsky. Cantor Ernest Steim-r. — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. I I,;.I\ s IS p.m. Sermon: "Our Re-. ...iisil.ilitv as Yoiimc -lws." I'ecella Cohen and Stewart Herahey who nti.,,l,.i iii.Hummer National ueaaITHIIIP Inatltute. National Kederntlnn i of Temple Vouth. will !>• %  gueat Bpeak;,rs. snturdn; i":i" a.m. Bar Mltavah: Steven Lawrence, mm ••< \' r H „i Mra. David Hendel: Gerald Arthur -..ii of Mr, and Mrs htomuel Itncofl im.n: "I'ortjon of the Week." Mltavah: Michael, son of Mra. Ilubln. %  __ TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. ii-i.la8:1.* |. in. Sermon: "Rcumen!i-a!. Kliiiion, mill Kquallty." HatTEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nieo Feldman. Friday 8:80 p.mBermon: "The Pamlliea Munater, Ami Adama, Adam and Master." Baturda) B:4B a.m. Bar Mltavah: Kobert, son ol Mr. and .Mrs. Kli Kins. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI •'18100-NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale FVlda} 6:13 p.m. Sermon: ">oaB a Generation and ours." TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95' E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. Bar ivi.i; p.m. Saturday !i a.m. Saul Bllverman, a graduate of Temple Tifenth Jacob Hebrew School and ,.,• Il.lir.w llicli School, will conduit ill. services with Bernard Nrman reading the Torah. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Diekson. TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waaman. Friday 8:80 p.m. Bermon: "TinRabbi and Political Should "•• or si„,ui.iiri Her Mas Mltavah: BJae, %  laughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Ben Berk.iwlt*. Saturday % %  a.m. Bar Aiiiuiuh: David, son ..r Mi. and Mra. Prank Weinberger, TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Friday 8:30 p.m. s.-rnion: voyage* to Remember." sisterhood will host. the unri: Bhabbat. Saturday a.m. I Sermon: "Portion of the Week. YOUNG ISMAtL. 9*0 NE 171t St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday Ii p.m. Saturday '.• a.m. Serii,..n:' "Portion %  •( the Week. 'Vanishing' American Jew Mustn't Vanish HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 T EMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabb David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th St.. Homestead. Conservative. Can%  tor Pincus Aloof llSRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conrervative Rabbi Shmarvahu T. Swirrky. Cantor Louis Cohen. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SVNAGOC'E 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodor. Rabbi Abraham Wemschneibt i k-. Ukiv B 4"i iii Katurtla> '•" a m ,iii on Ploo %  of WordH Mlnlli.i IB I [NESE'IH ISRAEL. 14"5 Euclid Ave. [ Orthodox. Rabb David Lehrfield. I Cantor Abraham S;.(. liAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 [Washington At Orthodox. Rabbi %  Abraham St. laafeld — e — INYONAIRES CONGREGATION. P737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. ilEV SHALOM 011 Normandy Dr. rthodu>. Rab:.Phmeas Weber. hian. LAKESIDE MI'NORIAL PARK AND 1ARDLN MAISOLFIM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEV.ETERY" N.W 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi j Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alea' ander Cohen. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. I i i.i;.\ s:sn |. in Sermon: '' i ne i ha I KI 11. i. i.l.-. the Verdict—Not ltli|lt\ tlpen forum dlseiissioii and Sluibbat In follow. Pn Hilda) :3ii a.in. TeenaKe Oroup, Chaverlm, will conduct Junloi ^onKretratlon aervlei-H. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cintor Hirsh Adler. I i i.i.n .. |. in in main sanctum > Baturday % %  %  • m Pulpit urn-si. Ru II.nil.in Coin II TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi Jos'nh R N '"' s r. p in Sermon: rhe Em.inuel Goidon 18771946 Harry Gordon 1903-1964 A !ood \. la M.-cTo l'uTreasured Than Creai Riche, GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKE GORDON JAMES B. GORDON GELB MONUMENTS INC. Every Day • Cloied Sobbafk 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 .ami's Only Strictly Jewiih Monument Dealer By RABBI DANIEL LOWY Temple Sinai of North Dade While the publication of a magazine article entitled "The Vanishing American Jews" has evoked considerable debate these past few months, there is great doubt among us that we will fulfill the prophecy of losing our identity and failing into oblivion On the other hand, there i serious concern regarding the present spiritual and cultural shortcomings of American Jewry. and tin' quality of the religious commitment we can expect from future generations as a result, It is especially noticeable that our youth ol today do not have too vital an appreciation of their heritage, To many young people. Jewishness is nothing more than a birthmark, because their religious education was lacking. They make no attempt to hide the tact that they are Jewish, but neither do they glorify it through their way of life. Through ignorance and indifference they find smug satisfaction in emulating the personality ot Noah whose biography we read in this weeks Torah portion. They commit themselves to the minimal "Noahide" commandments which might have sufficed in ancient society, feeling no need to aspire to higher moral and ethical ideals. What we have to fear more than the vanishing of the Jew is the vanishing of our Jewish heritage, and with it the vanishing of the still small voice among our youth. And this threat comes at a time when the Jewish comRAB6I MMU 10WV Ihe father role inanity in America has more freedom of religious expression than at any time in history. What can we do about it? The answer is simple: enhance the enducation of our young people. The job is being done in our temples and synagogues. Spiritual and pedagogic leaders have pooled their knowledge to provide the finest and most comprehensive curricula for the limited .time allotted. They have engag' ed worthy teachers for their % %  • DAOK •OUt-KVAH* W III IUCH. FLORID* JCrntMC* -B IA' •> at-/*-**'"* eWHKA4. O.MCTO Wt SPKIAUli in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 schools. They have tried to establish standards that will help students think and act as Jews when they are confirmed in their faith. The home is where this education is undone. The permissive atmosphere that prevails enables youth to decide how much they shall or shall not receive of their religious heritage. Unfortunately, this is due to the fact that religion in the family has become chiefly the mother's concern; and the mother is usually the more permissive parent, while the father is the disciplinarian. When lathers renege on one Of their greatest responsibilities, namely the religious education for the spiritual well-being of I heir children, and permit such education to become a matter of whim or fancy, what can we expect but a disappearance of the Jewish heritage, and a return to the law of Noah? If the fathers in American Jewish families would reassert themselves and recapture the image they have lost in the eyes of their children in matters of religion, if they would set an example for their young when it conies to piety and study, perhaps we could begin to cope with the serious shortcomings which we face today. Convenient RECORD FILE FOR All YOUR PERSONAL PAPERS AVAILABLE WITHOUT COST %  {it long atsupfij? if avoitablti ,lM* rARfO* N\R* WRITE J\L emetcru -S503 N.W 3rd Srraet, Miami, Florida ID YOUR PORTFOLIO Will M DELIVERED Without Any Cost Whatsoever. 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%  TOt iVA + kmlst fU*H$tr Tnitrf. October 9 ZOA Urges U.S. Back Israel Against Arab Threats Mm and ef Itraei "vasal give to %  *•* S}Ti, It • • -aw taw i v* : %  %  %  Pranks ; •_ %  .-•• •s ** iW Owr |M)f s^>*f ••* •••* v i--.v.-.< •**. &f -•^ eyelet MI aha* country, as •-• W • •*•* K lU 'fwt "-.•-. w. — f*c*~ ** -A Ka'C-ty •* e*e. sK*v*el -t. • *%  ••*-* •* •*! n*nar\d 'I %  < tfce Letted -# prv *> •** ••*.• East HM ric \ I %  <; factor I .' 4.', .... .-;..-.•.' '.• To ".. • • ..•'•'.' 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(can I %  / 1) %  i %  friend • ,., • ,, • ,,... ••,. • jted %  %  ; .-;. •. •. emenl ..%  ... othe % %  %  %  trie 1 he I State 1... itrart the tarritoreal integnl %  •: 1 ad I Tha I I •;.po • J; ur-.-ion of any Kind ir, the Middle Ea I Thi %  • %  r> %  )* % %  .' larlj Mr PehJman lajdwj the 2X>A (or advancing the aiaai of .J< <: <-xpre*'>ed appre for thers of the UN, 'he<. must l peace loving in character and not practice any boycott or under lake any other action which contravene, international law and fundamental laws o| the 1 N The luneheon addressed by Rep. MeCormack was sponsored by the American Zionist Fund, fund-raising arm of the ZOA, tendered in honor of Yosel Serlin. Deputy Speaker of the Krtsset, Israel's Parliament. Rep. MeCormack commended Mr. Serlin for his "personal and public achievements." A set tin t h a 1 'the military •tneaajfe ef Israel i> for Bkt pre**? tataaa el pi am lad not tee %  a* iad feii* Mr MeCecaaat* eiaaaiai if. that a* tang 1 laaaal •k--e; 1 aar V/eeraeaeat tamed and -... J %  •aecev -aece t* ;>-'-. If ateere 'jatiaaed ladepeadeeee and tfat f ree do m of her >eop(e M.aerlsa. m response p**d Rep McOrma'-t s KP .•fe aOea p far the Zaaoist f.Taarlei R'/^agarten of Waal %  an ." -'•' -. %  %  :— %  •' "'> —ihi in %  .amed agauut cam ptaeeacy. and jrged ipp*n of ZfjA profecU Uader-.Seint Amencan-I-raeli venture !)*• reported, however, that "the important unan•, t lion •whether tne project would Ue economical,'' but added: "The pro-,-.' I it encouraging, and the results of the study will be made available to all nation-,.' Dr Emanuel Neumann, honorr> president of the ZOA. toad UM convention that it is "time for President Johanna lo rcancai the ituation and to adopt a new and firmer line toward President Nasser of Egvpt. the dictator on the Nile He asked the Administration to adopt "a more hard-headed and tic policy, baaed not upon preconceived theory and wi>,hful thinking, but upon the realities." He pointed out that 'the current policy ol U.S. support to Nasser and Naaseriara was not inaugurated by the present administration It 1a carry-over of past years, to be re-examined in light of ex periences and realities." This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors^ INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SIIDIESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $495 'J#>|iv>re>f A r. y h i r I U S A Halt MAIl ORDERS PROMPT! 1 FIllfD aONDfD INSURED CIIARANTUD ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE wr eACK M ai re WIRI n AM, TO 10 PM DAILY Or Ne*jrrarn in*ited that Me L'mted Rasa %  I atthhwai fman%  1 = ad p • Maaaet until he faaasaaeaa ajjgre* \*. ~1 ii^fr • preparation* Me rfted the reeant Aiemtrelria \-.: vammit I nler-nce ar.d 'he l'/rmnnm of the "Pale-tine Army of I. I I NJP< •ael He espreaaad confidence PfhasJOamaan ili act etiectiveiy on the Meaner uaue *h*n he and I hope .' *M b—be can gaajaj on the full support of public 'jpinion and bipartijpport in the OMgna ->n in Ataerku ;**.Ji hie by united acton and • effort* of all the Zionist ejnana, and it is only naharal that the H)A vhmild take the initiative to bnnz a boot ach a real of effort and work.' The ses-ion also heard adRobert Taf;. j t Hepubhcan. and S Zalman N member of th Kne<-et and a ieader of the I>rael Lib• --. 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Vridav. October 9, 1964 • &*•/#<* nrrXrfg.tr> Page 7-3 G. A collection of good one-dish meals is a source of joy to the busy housewife who likes to offer her family interesting and varied but easily served meals. When the weather is cool, these may be casseroles, but on wilting summer days the salad that is almost a complete meal is the answer to I he problem of what to have for lunch or dinner. No matter what the weather our bodies still need well-balanced nourishment, and Mich salads provide it in a form >.. appetizing that they stimulate even the most languid appetite. For today we have two tempting recipes to add to the collecj turn One contains meat, the other fish. The Beef and Vegetal S'lad, with its meat, pota-' to -. and l-ect*'. is really a very hc."."ty rtteh, but so pretty it seems to I"much l-vhtcr than it really is. Ihe taste is delicious. The Seaside Salad has just the right combination of flavors and textures to delight us on the hottest day. Crisp celery, juicy grapefruit, and an unusual tangy dressing provide a perfect contrast to the delicacy of the fish and macaroni. This salad is really light. but is packed with fine nourishment. Beef and Vegetable Salad 2 teaspoons white vinegar 1-4 cup vegetable oil 1-4 teaspoon salt 1-1 teaspoon paprika 1-8 teaspoon sugar 1-8 teaspoon kosher steak sauce 116 teaspoon black pepper 1-16 teaspoon garlic powder 2 cups diced, cold cooked beef 1-2 cup diced, cold cooked potatoes 1-2 cup canned diced beets 1-2 green pepper, finely diced 1 hard-cooked egg, diced 1-4 cup well-drained sweet pickle relish About 3 tablespoons mayonnaise Lettuce In a mixing bowl place the \inegar. oil. salt, paprika, sugar, steak sauce, pepper, and garlic powder Beat until blended. Remove all fat and gristle from the meat, cut it into '2-inch dice, then measure it. Peel the potatoes and CUt into '--inch dice. Drain the beets thoroughly belore measuring. Thi< is important, as the liquid would make Ihe sal id too watery. Add the beef, potatoes, Deet-, green pepper, egg, and relish to the dressing in the mixing bowl. St'r gently to coat all Ihe pieces, then cover the bowl and refrigerate at least one hour. Gradually add just enough mayonnaise to moisten—very little is needed. Pile the salad on lettuce in one large salad bowl, or in 4 individual bowls. This amount serves 4. Seaside Salad 2 cups diced, boiled halibut 2 cups cooked small macaroni shells 1-4 cup sliced pimento-stuffed green olives 1 cup sliced celery 1 1 -lb. can grapefruit sections 1-2 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons chili sauce Lettuce 1 teaspoon well-drained white horseradish Additional whole, stuffed green olives a< garnish Salt and pepper to taste In a mixing bowl place the halibut, macaroni shells, olives, an'! celery. The shells may be slightly cooled or cold. Drain the grapefruit sections thoroughly, reserve 2 tablespoons of the juice. and cut the sections into bite siz ed pieces. Add them to the hal ; but mixture. Blend the mayonnaise, the reserved grapefruit juice, chili sauce, and horseradish. Stir lightly into the salad. Taste, and add salt and pepper as desired. Cover the bowl, and refricerate at least one hour. Pile the salad on lettuce, either in one large bowl or in 5 individual bowls. Garnish with the additional whole olives. This amount makes 5 portions. Halibut is suggested for this salad because of its fine, firm texture, but if preferred, other whitefleshed fish steaks may be substituted. Fresh salmon, with its distinctive flavor and pink color, can be used when you wish to create an interesting variation of this salad. Library Dedicated By Women's Unit At Cancer Center A Library-Conference Room was to be dedicated to the Woman's Corps of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at! .Miami on Thursday. A gift of the Institute board ol directors, the library is located on the main floor of the build'ng and houses the volumes of research and reference material .•. hich will now come under the supervision and maintenance oi Ihe 13-unit Corps. Dedication ceremonies beginning at 1 p.m.. were to be attended b> Mayor Chuck Hall and members of the Institute Board. Greenberg Unit Meeting Tuesday Opening meeting of the Chaim Greenberg Branch of Poale Zion will take place Tuesday, 8 p.m., at the Farband Labor Zionist Center, 842 Washington Avc. To be honored are Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash and Mrs. Leah Notkin, who have returned from a trip to Israel. Election of officers will take place. Mrs. Frances Packar will entertain with a selection of popular Israeli and Yiddish songs. President Dr. Simon Wilensky will conduct the meeting. Jennie Grossinger, world-Iamous hotelwoman, of Miami Beach and New York, receives a bouquet frcm Col. Carl Monzel Jr., at the Marine Barracks, U.S. Naval Base, Brooklyn. N.Y., while Lt. Col. James P. Mariades holds a plaque awarded to the "first lady of the Catskills." The ceremony was part of the United States Marines' special program honoring Mrs. Grossinger "for her years of service and aid to Marines and other members of the Armed Forces." The pioqram included a guard mount and evening parade at which Mrs. Gtossingei was the reviewing dignitary. It was the first time the Marines at the Brooklyn base: elected a woman for that honor. Synagogue Ladies Hold First Meet Over 50 women, founders of the .Incob C. Cohen Community Synagogue Sisterhood, convened for the first time at a Sukkoth meeting last Thursday. Temporary officers were appointed, with Mrs. George Simon, president pro tern, Mrs. Herman Schneider, Mrs. E. G. Keller, Mrs. Tibor H. Stern. Program included an organizational address by Rabbi Tibor H. Slern. Projects adopted included establishing of scholarships for Hebrew education and interior decoration ot the sanctuary. Rev. J. Weiss entertained, and refreshments were served. Asthma Chapter Holds Brunch For Hospital Breath of Life Chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver, presented its annual membership brunch en Tuesday morning at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Chairman of the brunch was Mrs. David Benjamin. Co-chairmen were Mrs. Al llalpern, Mrs, Bernard Tytell, and Mrs. Lawrence Scherr. Guest speaker was Mrs Jack Passof. At the present there are 15 children from Florida being treated in Denver. Newark Club Meeting Opening meeting of the 1961-65 season of the Greater Newark Club of Florida will take place Monday. 8 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Entering its seventh year, the social club is open to former residents of Newark. N.J.. now residing in Dado and Broward Counties. 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idcry, October 91964 *Jewlsli tk>ridfaiin Page 7-A 1 I*?* AME RICAN HADE* ALSO DUE Israel's Director of Defense Ministry To Be Federation Guest Here Oct. 15 \her Ben-Xatan. director genKal Of the Ministry of Defense of fluSlate of Israel, and Melvin bubinsky, national chairman of l„. inited Jewi-h Appeal, will be honored guests at a reception and (inner at the Westview Country lub on Thursday evening. Oct. i. The event, to mark the first gathering of members of the golden and Silver Menorah Clubs. bill be highlighted by a 6 p.m. deception and a 7 p.m. dinner. The two distinguished guests taking part In this norvfundraising event, will meet leaders of tho eommonity who have joined the Golden and Silver Menorah Clubs through contributions of $5,000 and $10,0', | respectively, to Combined JewI i member <>f a top pvcUJA O H Mission conSistint Ot I'JA and Israel leaders. |%isiting major American comInuinities during October. He has [served as director general of the I Defense Ministry since 1959. one lot the most important position; THIS IS NEWS! WHY PAY 4 OR 5%? OUR NEW CAR LOANS ARE ONLY DEAL DIRECT ffOR TNI MONIY YOU NII0! %  •* er Usee Cars! JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON /f^ NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH ** Arthur Godfrey Hold at Pinetree Drive BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived" peal, Dubinsky is widely recognized as one of the top Jewish communal leaders in the United States. He is a former chairman of UJA's National Campaign Cabinet, which guides fund-raising efforts of that organization, and has taken part in numerous Study Missions in Israel and Furope Dubinsky is equally at home in the national or the local scene, having served as general chairman of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis in 1950 and again in 1957. He is vice president of the Jewish Community Center Association of St. Louis. He is a director of the Jewish Federation and a member of the national boards of the Hebrew University. United Israel Appeal. Jewish Agency for Israel, and the Weizmann Institute of Science. Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, noted that the dinner and reception in honor of the" two distinguished guests "will be an eutrtsnding opportunity for leaders of Federation and members of the Golden and Silver Menorah Clubs to meet the repsentatives of the Goodwill Mission. "It will not only be an opportunity for us informally to learn more about the current status of the State of Israel, but also will present an opportunity for many of the leading supporters of CJA who have been honored by membership in the Menorah Clubs to become better acquainted with one another." he said. /. L Peretz lectures Fifth lecture series at the I. L. I'eretz Workmen's Circle School, 1543 SVV 3rd St.. beginning on Oct. 27, at 8 p.m.. will run through I to May, 1965, with sessions slated to be held every second and fourth Tuesday of the month. ,:• .< ., ; connected with the welfare and security of the State of Israel. He has also served with the Ministry of Defense in Europe and in France, and following World j I War II was instrumental in col-J lecting data and testimony on Nazi war criminals which played an important part in the Nurem berg trials. An outstanding St. Louis Jewish leader and national chairman of the United Jewish ApLIVE AT Marlborough |-[ouse Miami Beach's Only 0CEAHFR0HT COHDOMIHIUH Magnificent 1-bedroom, 1-bath and 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment homes • Private swimming pool and ocean beach • Central air conditioning (individually controlled) Free encloeeel parWng • Private tetweet Maid eervlee mltafcle • Private card room MARLBOROUGH HOUSE is located on the ocean front in the fashionable fifties within moments of shopping, restaurants and theatres. Condominium financing provides individual ownership of your apartment. You assume no financial responsibility for any other owners! You may sell or lease as you desire... BUY! DON'T RENT Your MARLBOROUSH HOUSE apartment costs as little a* per month far carrying charges plus mortgage payment t ^DOWN PAYMENTS ARE LOW! Excellent mortgage financing by $75 M PAYME Excellent mortfc-„WASHINGTON FEDERAL ,., %  •


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eJewish Floridian Volume 37 — Number 41 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miam, Florida. Friday, October 9, 1964 Three Sections Price 2Cz RFK Plans Effort For Bloc Vote YORK — (JTA) — Former j General Robert F. Kenlapped plans this week for a ed effort to get Jew i-l, ting support in his cam[or the U.S. Senate. i ing he as worried about ': Mule.-. Of Jewish void's m York City, he indicated that poll showing him to have a ..In lead among Jewish voters t-vrr incumbent Republican Senair Kenneth u. Keating might be •. rong. Political leaders in heavily Jewish neighbor-how's have warned him to expect substantial Jewish defections among the GOO, 000 Jewish voters in the -netropolitan area, despite the 52 per cent Jewish vote for the %  ate President Kennedy. One reason is that Sen. Kcat IIJ has consistently attended Bar Mitzvahs, weddings and Jewish organizational (unctions and has an unblemished record in support ol Israel. Mr. Kennedy's advisors admit that it was a mistake for the former Attorney General to have sent a message to the 21st convention of the Manhattan reContinued on Page 16 A British Rabbi, Chaplain, Quits Post LONDON — (JTA) — The resigm ol Rabbi Isaac Levy as spiral leader ol the Hamstead Synagogue, one "I the largest in Brit, in was the latest development '.his week in a continuing doctrinal dispute in British Orthodox Judasm Dr Levy also resigned as ChieJ Chaplain of Her Majesty's Forces. The resignations became effective immediately but Dr. Levy told lie Jewish Telegraphic Agency he would remain in the Hamstead puli'it until the end of this year, so thai the congregation would have lime to find a new minister. He said this would be difficult because not many rabbis were Continued on Page 5-A 0A Urges U.S. Back Israel; lies New Threats bv Arabs NUSSBAUM IN ADDRESS PAGE C-A Cfr. MAX Nu">.„\lM; in third term AJC Pamphlet Links Right, Anti Semitism NEW YORK — (JTA' — A pamphlet in question and answer form, entitled "What is Extremism.'' was issued here this week by the American Jewish Committee, charging in a forword that "under the banner of breaking a conspiracy, the extremists of the right have licensed themselves to break the law." The foreword explained that theft is 'one important difference" between extremism of the right and that of the left. "In contrast to the Communistwho openly oppose us," it declared, "the extremists of the right pose as patriots. They intimidate by slander, terrorize by rumor, disturb the peace and Incite to violence." Noting that "virtually all the groups that are violently segregationist or anti-Semitic are extremists, the pamphlet stated that "more often than not, the anti-Semites upbraid the rest for I net equating Judaism with communism and publicly blaming the Jews for all evil." Answers to questions in the pamphlet include statements about the tactics of extremists, whether extremists and conservatives are alike, the sire of the extremist camp, a brief analysis ol the John Birch Society, and a listing of a number of other extremist gnmps. The pamphlet also asked whether there is a coalition Of extremist groups, stating: "There have been no formal mergers so far WASHINGTON (JTA) The. 1./1I1 an nl convention of the Zionist Organization of America 'hided last weekend with resoiis calling on the United !.i %  ivei iiment to tulfill commitments I'o the security of Israel because ol Arab aggression 'reparations arising from the recent Arab summit conference in Lgypt. Dr. Max Nussbaum, of HoiIvwood, Calif., was elected presl d< nt of the organization for a third term. His election followed adoption by an overwhelming majority Of an amendment to the ZOA constitution, permitting three consecutive terms instead of two. In a resolution on American foreign policy, the convention recalled declarations by Presidents Kennedy and Johnson opposing the use or threat of force in the Middle Bast. The convention -aid the eventualities contemplated have now arisen, and a threat of force and aggression preparations were openly proclaimed at the recent Arab summit conferonce. The reso'ftion called on the £ .-'ministration "to implement its declared policy and commitment by takirg appropriate measures without delay—measures calculator to halt the preparations for aggression—to deter the wou d-be aggressors from lajnching a war of agqression ,-igainst Israel, and to use its inf'uence to promote direct negotiations of peace between Islael and the Arab states." Earlier, the convention received greeting from President Johnson and Sen. Harry Goldwater, Myer Feldman. counsel to President Johnson, in an address Sunday, told the Zionists that the United States is committed to Israel's survival. He also assailed elements that impugn the patriotism of those Americans who work on behalf of Israel. In his communication, address ed to Rabbi Nussbaum, President Johnson, extending "heartiest Continued on Page 10-A 15,000 DANCE 16 Legislators Warn Of UAR Fund Misuse WASHINGTON — iJTA) — Fifteen members of the House Forign Allans Committee on Tueslay joined with Hep. Leonard i'arbstem. the sole committee member of Jewish faith, in a letler to Secretary of State Dean (tusk, asking that American aid to Egypt not he misused in ways endangering peace. The IB Congressmen cited the recent vote ol 117 to 113 bv the House of an amendment to the Food for Peace bill, designed to voice the sense of Congress against further aid to aggressors, This amendment was a substitute for a mandatory measure proposed by Hep. Oliver Bolton. Ohio Republican, which would have made mandatory the severance of any further aid to the Nasser regime. The Congressmen told Mr. Rusk that many members opposed the unconditional cut-off of id as envisaged in the Bolton amendment, but nevertheless felt Nasser has become an unchallenged threat to the peace. Accoidingly, the 16' foreign affairs committeemen asked that U.S. aid be carefully dispensed to prevent an arms imbalance and activities undermining peace. They said that Nasser's use of aid negated the aims of the assistance program. Mr. Rusk was reminded Of Nasser's continuing aggression in Yemen, his purchase of new munitions from the Soviet Union, formation ol a new lulled Aral) Military Command against Israel, hiring of Nazi scientists and military technicians irom Germany to prepare weapons against Israel, Continued on Page 8-A Moscow Jews Celebrate Simchas Torah NEW YORK (JTA i One >( Ihe mast unusual demonstrate ever witnessed in the Soviet Union occurred when a vast crowd >l Jews—including at least 15,000 young boys and girls—gathered in a square in front of the Centra! Synagogue of Moscow to celebrate Simchas Torah. According to a highly reliable American who came back from MOSCOW this week, the crowd in the square started gathering at .ibout twilight, while inside the house of worship other .lews were preparing to observe Simchas Torah under the spiritual leadership of Chiel Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin. In a short time, the Jews gathered in the square numbered mar.y thousands. By mid-evening there were an estimated 15,000 youths in the crowd. As the sounds of the official celebration emanated from the synagogue, the crowd outside, led by the youths, started singing and dancing. Songs were rendered in Hebrew and Yiddish The youthwhirled in the square, dancing the Horah and doing oth or traditional turn.-. The dancing and singing continued until midnight. The American was t"id bj Mos i H Jews that the Simchas Torah demonstration was the largest and most enthusiastic in Moscow in manj years, Russian Jews said that the demonstration constituted a masanswer on the part ol Jews, especially the youth, to the Soviet Government's efforts Continued on f-age 3-A TAKES NOTE OF LIBERALIZATION FROM OTHER CONTINENTS Baptist Leader Lauds Cardinals at Ecumenical CATHOLIC WEEKIY TAKES STAND PAGE 6-A REWORKING SCHEMA PAGE 9-A ARABS VOICE PROTEST PAGE 12-A ROME — (JTA I — Brooks Hays, former lay president of the Southern Bapti-t Convention and now chairman of the Brotherhood Com. mittee of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, lauded here this week the efforts of American bishops at the Ecumenical Council io strengthen the proposed declara-; tion on Catholic-Jewish relations. Mr. Hays, who had a private audience with Pope Paul, said he had been invited by the Pope to attend the Ecumenical Council session as an observer. He is a former U.S. lepresentative from Little Rock, Ark. Mr. Hays, who is also President Johnson's consultant on racial questions, added that the "liberalization" toward which the Catholic Church was now moving with a "universalistic spirit" was also the fruit of Catholic thought in other continents, and particularly in the United States. Discussing his work as N'CCJ brotherhood chairman, he said he had made a tour of the United States at the request of the late President Kennedy and that he could report that a "concrete spirit of brotherhood" existed between all three religious denominationsCatholic. Jewish and Protestantunited in defense of freedom and ol civil rights. BROOKS HAYS audience with Pope



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trier:.-, October 9. 1964 +Jfwl§ti Fk>r/dHan Paqe 15-B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE rn; NTY JUDGE'S COURT Xp 0 fl DADE COUNTY, 'V'oRIDi IN PROBATE MO. 64483 • %  AARON ... • TICE TO CREDITORS M |„ I All Pol'-ollS I, .. .. Demands Against notified anil re;, • -. any claims and :::•' %  %TifrR lv W!Slis: \ \|JI .\ TI'RKEL dl • %  • %  -ascl ,.,-.. nty, Florida, to '•" %  lade County, anil implicate and as pro733.16. Florida Hta11 %  %  ,-. in the 'ounty i..,,;,. County. Florida. ,;. .,:u months from in.. .],. ; publication hereof, „ „ %  barred. Florida, this ism A.D. IN4. .ill., \ TL'RKRL V v, .lit |-|X i ri ,.., t ii ,• n of ibis notice on dn >' iitembe:. l" %  %  *. s HRCNDWERa [ for Kvcutrix v i.., Build r11; I', 'da n | filed again*) you, and you are required t,, sen •• n c< :•>' "i yotn tnswer or Pleading u, the BUI of ComI plaint on the Plaintiff* n torney, vvii i.i AM .i '••'! uviinv, 82" s w. 27 Av< i Miami, Floi Ida and file the original Answer 01 Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Clwull [Court i" before the 20th day of November, 1964. If you fall to ,i>. ao, 1 judgment b> default will be tnki n I again"! you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice sh ill !„ %  published once ,-.,, Ii .v %  •.•'. for %  or % % %  "." i%  • k.ln THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. [KINK AND ORDERED nl Miami. Florida, this Oth day ,>f Octobei A.D. I!". I I.EATIIERMAN, CU 'li. ,,ui t, l iade County. I' loi dn By: K M 1-1 MAN I leputy Clerk WH I \M I iloLDWi iRN 827 H \V. 27 Av,' Miami, Pin. ph, ir.-1.'.",.', AIL, i nej for I'l i;111 iir LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 64C 10015 SIRIH IN K.\....i. ,\ i. ,...\" i IF KIR RON ENTERPRISES', INC I h :, si'lsiNU Mil.I. FARMS, INC. Plaintiff A. .1. MKKI.KI: I '.I. ml nil NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl Ii A .1. MESI.ER !i:; Hals, v SI reel l : kly a, New Yol k VOC ARK HEREBY notified thai an A nded Bill of Complaint has been filed against you bj SIRRON FARM, DIVISION of SIRRON ENTERPRISES, INC %  Ii a BPRlNfl lill.I. FARMS, INC., whereby said Plalntif. seeks paymenl for services LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE In THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64102-C RE: Estate ,,i" HTI'AIIT OOFF, D.ceased. CREDITORS >„i All pewnti* Demands Agalnat IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C10091 ARTHl'R ALLEN, Plaintiff, ndcreil to you and your "KIRK AT Will.' You are r,-.|nii • tNoR, being a part ,,f the sub[ s |on ol the North 4 of the i, ... tl • HEVA of Section ::•:. Township M South, Range :>* .,. rdlnl i" pi." filed Noel i,er t. 1923, recorded in Plat .".', puge -"', Public Records iade 'ounty, Florida; .. ii |r, devisees, grantees, suci>rs, c editors, trustees, i• %  ... n 'dlans, executors or ,ii, .nistrutors, or other claim 1. through and/or under ;t:. -,ii,l defendants. i ,NH EACH OK YOU ARE BI notified that a Complaint Title i" Uabove described bus been filed against you ,,,-.-. and yii are required i, unswei i" said complalnl Blaintiff's attorney, %  LIEIlMAN, 633 North Krome Homestead, Florida, and file ...1 answer In the office of ; of tha Circuit Court of Ds.de |.-|, M ,.i a I.II ,,i beioi,-'.ii' | • t,,l..r. 1964. ;. Ii. LKATHERJIAN, \ ,.i ill.Circuit ',,iin : <•. P. COPELAND, Deputy Clerk I MERMAN for Plaintiff Ki Avenue d, l la :, :'."., 1" 2, '•'. 16 • R-2:i-30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11018 SYLVI V ROU1CRTS, Plaintiff \ s. I.I:\\ i^ uoiiER i's, I'. I, II, him. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl LEWIS III IRKRTS ,o i '\ Roseulierg 1213 Avenue '/. Brooklyn, New Yoi k You are hereby notified thai ;< COMPLAINT FOR ANNULMENT OF MARRIAUE has been broughl against you, and you are required I" serve a copy ,,f your answer or other response there! i ii>-plaintiffs attorney, Stanley H. Richard, "", Lincoln Road, Mi.ini Bench, Florida, 3313V and file th -Iginal unswer or pleading In the office ..f the ''I.i of Ihe Circuit Court ,.„ or before ihe 13th day of November, 1i"'l: otherwise, th-allegations i.i the said Complaint "ill l„IsJten ;,s confessed by you. |,.,,,..l ;il MiHIIII, FlorliUt, this l.lli day ,,f October, l'.'i'-i. i:. i:. I.I: v rin.u.MAN. Clerk, Ciri'Uil Court, Dade County, rlorhhi (st a l) By l. V CAVANAOH Ueputy Cierk in 9-16-23-30 liurse, p eom to the ,,n the CAPl. ncoln .. and file the original Answer "i Pleading i" the offlci of HoClerk ,,i il'I I•'. I.. LEATHKRM \N. i "lerk "f Circuit "oui l Dade County, Florida By .1. V. CAVANAOH (Seal) l it puty Clerk :• 'J',, l" 2 NOTICE TO To All Ci.-,iiiws Having Claims ,.i Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required t,, presenl any claims and demands which NOII may have against the estate of STUART QOFF, deceased hit" of Dade County, Florida, io the County Judges of Bade County, iiinl file the same in duplicate iin,l :iprovided I" s.-.-ti,,ii 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication her '. "i the su "ill 1„ban • 'l Dated al Miami, Florida, this 16th day ,-i Ki i'l. mi., r, A.I '. 196 1. AI.I.I.N E. BARTLETT, SU. Executor of the Estate of Stuart ti.,ft'. I "eceased JKA.^AI.I.KN. I lefendnnt. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TO: JEAN ALLEN 7::i I JI II r Ii Street Bayslde 61, (Jueens New York YOU ARE HEREBY notified Hint n Complalnl for Divorce has been filed againsi you, and you are hereby required <• %  serve a copy of your answ'er t" the Complalnl on the Plaintiffs attorney, I.KSTKU RtxiERS. whose address 21 N.W. lltli Stn-et, Miami, Forld i, and rile tloriginal of the Answer In the office ,,i the Clerk of the Eleventh Judli lal Cli cull in iii"l for Dade County. Florida, ,, ni,i' before Hi, -'".ill day "i ICIOIHT, 1964, in default of which the Complaint "ill !„ %  i tki n as confess, ,l by on l-'ir-i publication "i* Uiinotlr Ihe iTili ,lii\ "I September, 1964, CLAUDE M. BARNKS Ait, i IL > for Executor 203 Culumel Kldg, 23, I"-:'. 9, Ii. CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 64C102-0 FRANCES I.YNNE HENEST, I 'la ntiff, ROBERT rfERALD GENEST, I lefendnnt. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION you. DATED this l,,i. 1964. i: Clei l< By: i uii day "I S< II B. LEATHBRMAN of tile Circuit Court i|>. ,'l'Ci:i.ANl> Deputy Clerk :, %  :: %  10-2. %  Yn 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. d/b a b'i'RINU HILL FARMS, INC. Plaintiff MAN IT. I'.ST A 1.1, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MAN CRE8TALL Royal George Hotel Edmonton, Alberta, Canada VOU ARE HEREBY notified an Amended Bill of Complaint been filed against you by SIRRON FARM, DIVISION "i SIRRON WNTERURISEH, INC., d/b/a Kl'RINli HILL KARMs, INC., whereby said Plaintiff seeks payment for services rendered t" you and your horse, "UIRL APPEAL." You are required to serve of your Answer or Pleading Amended BUI "f Complaint Plaintiff's attorneys, YOCN' iHUI.l'I'li .f your answer t, Divorce Complaint filed luiiin-i V..U "ii Plaintiff's attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. 12th Av... Miami, l ii and file original with Clerk of this Court on "i before October 26, 1964, otherwise complaint will iconfessed by you. DATED September 17th. 1964. K. B. LEAATHERMAN, Clerk By; MARGUERITE MORFORD, D.C 'i "",. 1"-^. 9, m tlnit tun a copy lo til,mi the CAP1. in."In in,l file I'leadlng in lh. Circuit TO: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT k'.D FOR DADE COUNTY. LC'RIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64534-C Estate of hlN I' RUDNICK. JTICE TO CREDITORS ,;u,,i> and All Persons | • -1.> i %  11 ~ "i Demands Againsi hereby notified and re_ present any claims and denanda-SiiKii you may have againsi he esft, ,,: BENJAMIN F. Rl D' 'K d' %  '' ; : %  "'' '" lin, >' ; FlorldsQ i" t'"' County Judges ,'f Uude OMliilv. and file the some In .iiipllcatBand us provided in Section VH.K Boil,lu Statutes. In their ofFili. County Courthouse m ounty, Florida, within six months from the tim publication hereof, or !„• bniTi-d. ."At Miami, Florida, this L(t'l"li< r. A.D. 1904. %  **k I.I. VNCHE RI DNICh ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN MINO FOH DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10832 HAROLD BEAVER, Plalntllf, VVILMA JEAN BEAVER, 11,.i,-ii,la nt NOT.CL BY PUBLICATION in: UII.MA JEAN BEAVER, ,. ,. Ui n M. <" Hershbei gei It. F. D. No. 2 Ibs.'kwood, Pennsylvania _,_,_„ YiU ARE HEREBY NOTIMBD that u Bill "i Complalnl for Dlvoice has been filed againsi you, and you ,,, required t,, file an Answer or leading "'Hi the Clerk of this Court, nnd to serve a,e •"> Hie Plaintiff's Attorney. Ephralm cotlinn 11 in 7'.'ili Street Causeway, Miami Bench, Florida 33141. or or be„.,.,. the 13th day ol November, 1864, ,,, |udg m i" default "ill be taken against you for the relief de'"DONE \Nl> ORDERED at Miami, Klorlda, ilii-1st day of October, \ 11 1961 K. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Klorlda 11} K. M I.YMAN. I'. IIIIIV cioi k 10/9. 16, 33, SO Court on or bef the 26th Day "i October, 1964. If you fail i" 'I" ~"Judgment by default will be taken against vou for the Relief demanded by you in the Amended Bill ol Complaint DONE AND ORDERED %  Miami, Dade County, Klorlda, this 23rd dt.y of September, 1964, i: || UOA IIIKKMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court Dude County. Florldi |:> .1 V CAVANAOH Deputy Clerk I Seal) I" J 9, '.' %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10333 in the Matter < %  < %  Changing Name of RICHARD DENNIS BELLO. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Tii WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE Is hereby given that 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, ,l\.\li..-' FREDERICK HKLSKL. a single man and MELLIE J. HKl.si'.l.. %  • single woman, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION MELLIE J. HKLSKL, A Single Woman 506 Church Street Sumter, South Carolina Vr.l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that ii suit t,, foreclose mortgage nsalnsi i.ul and personal property has been Bled against you In the above Court by Ihe Plaintiff, THE Plu>\ lDENT INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS IN JERSEY CITY. The property sought to be foreclosed u as follows: Lot l in I'.l'" k -'" of FIRST ADDITION TO VYESTWOOD LAKE, Recording i" the Plal thereof, recorded in i'l.n Book '.7. ut Page I.I ,,i in.. Public Records "t I >ade County. Floi Ida YOU ARE REQUIRED to sens a ropy of your answer or other pleading "ii Plaintiff's Attorney, MALCOLM H FRIEDMAN, !43 Security Trust Building, ii'' Basl Flagler Street. Miami 32. Florida, and rile the original in the office of the Clerk ol the above Court, on or before the 126th uay of October, 1964, In default of which the t.'omplalnt will itaken as confessed againsi you f"i the relief requested In Plaintiff's Complaint IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C0309 ESTHER MARIA SSATARAIN de I AGI iM \SIN' I, Plaintiff, ROBERTO il' VN LAOOMASlNi I h'ERNANDE/ I AN DO, I lefendant. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROBERTO MAN LAGoMASINO KERNAN1 HCZ PANI I Flanbnyanes No. !>' %  : Hyde Park Ki,, Pledi a-. I"'"-' to Rici YOU ARE HEREBY notified ., Complaint for Divorce 1ms Hied against y and you are hereby required t" serve a copy "i your answer i" the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, LESTER RoOLRS, whose address is 921 N.W. nth Stre, Miami. Forlda, and file the original of th,Answer In ih>. office ol the Clerk of tiie Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and for Dade County. Florida, o nor before the 27th da) "i October, 1964. In default "f which the c.mplalnt will be token as confessed by J "i"'-,i,.,i this 18th day ol September, 1964. E. B. LEATHBRMAN Clerk ,'f the Circuit Court By: C. P. col'l'.i.ANli Deputy Clerk '., ..'"•. 10-2, 9, '"• that I,,-. undersigned Petitioner, DENNIS BELLO, whose r.-sm.... %  • :;6I Florida Boulevard, Dade County RICHARD I and pleadii DATED i Ii, r. 1984 th, 2nd itlci so WL\f Administratrix ^^^^ %  \ll'lli'iili"<< li" the fijl'il i October, l'."H ^^^mt sil.VERMAN Mtor^^Lfor Administratrix 13 Ay Building. .! [Florida NOTICE TO CREDlTOrts THI COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA: IN PSJOBATE. NO. S3.817-B IN RR: EST \TI: ui B> '• PKtlP. slltors, Legatees, DlstriPersona Having Any Demands Against bald De, to A luiti-ea an. i claims or F!Rtut Yob and notified V< Law to pr. munds shi, ich of you are hereby von are required by nt anyclaims and de^ili you. "or either of you, may hv BK.MI M the estate < AbrnSV„|.. ile.-.-ased. late "f said unty. to tl .• County Judge of Bod* 430Ulli. Il,,ril:i. .it lus office the court house "' said County liml Fl.'i'l,. "itliin six months .Han the time ,.r the nisi publlca%  of this l'"i'h ;'lalni m demand aha II im "I'ltlnii In dupli^^ %  s^^Vshall the resldersv ami ; %  -i "t' %  >'• %  address of the claimant. %  i -imii l"' sworn to the claim.nit. his agent, or his ,,. an.I % %  %  -", %  '< %  •'" %  > ,'," %  m 'mand not s,, filed shall be void. %  )lil;is A. SKIIl' As egecul' I" l-nsi tVill ami Tet-tan '. Al'i ill. "11 L. %  I HI..,''. k viN n ilfinx 'J I ". _tm v.. h, Florida n ; Oct. 9. 194 10/9, 111. -". */ STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION (Act of October 23. 1962: S:etion 4369, Title 39. United States Code) Hale ,,f filmu-. Sept. 80, 1984; title Of publication. The Jewish Florldian: fretiuency of Issue, weekly; location ol iiii,,ii office of publication, 120 N.fc. Ktli Ft., Miami. Klorlda 33133, location of the headquarters or general business offices of the publishers, K! N.K th St.. Miami, Morlda 33132. Publisher. Fred K. Bhochet, IS8 N.K. lith St.. Miami, Florida 33132; editor, Fred E Shochet, i- N.K. utJ> St., Miami. Florida 88U2; managing editor, Fred K. Bhochet, 1*0 N.K. tli St.. Miami. Florida ,".:'.13L'. Uwner: Fred K. Shocli-t. l.'i.B. 2973 Miami. Ilorida 33101: Ktli.l Shi.ehet. I'l Ml. 2173. Miami, Florida 33101. (A Partnership.) Known bonuholuei s, morlKat;ees. and other seeuriiy holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities: None. Average No. copies each issue during preceding 12 months: Total No. copies printed -..n.uou Single Issue nearest to filliiR date 16.200 Paid Circulation: To term subscribers by mall, carrier delivery or by other means 13.7D0 Single issue nea'est to filine date 13,730 Sales through agents, news dealers, or otherwise — J 0 Single issue mar.st to filing dale 3011 Free distribution (Including samples) by mall, carrier delivery, or by other means '•''':" simile issue nearest to filing date L.I i Total No. of copies distributed 18,000 Single Issue tiaresl to filing date 18,800 i certify that the statements mad, by me above ire i ol rei I and c implei I'KED-K. SlliicilKT. Publish Florida, Intends to apply to the Honorable Francis J. Christie, Judge "i the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and i for Dade County. Florida, at ins ofi rice in the Hade County Courthouse, I at 9:25 A.M. "ii the Sth day ,>f Octo: her l'l'il or as soon thereafter as he may be heard, for an Order 'Janeine his name from RICHARD M.N.M.KKLI.ii t" RICHARD FREDJSKU K BELLO, by which name he will thereafter he known. .., Dated ot Miami. Hade County, Florida, this L'lst day of September, 1964. Clerk i:. of By is 17th day of SeptemLEATHBRMAN the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HELEN KES8LER Deputy clerk :• IS, 10-2. 9. 16 RICHARD" DENNIS BEIXO, Petitioner MARTIN S. FORMAN, Attorney rr Petitioner 8451 Bird Road Miami. Florida 83156 ( ^ w 3 9 i( NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVI1N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHANCES "IV ut 4640 West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk ,if the Circuit Court of Dade County, llorlda. N K B. INC Sole Owner PA4I. KWITNEY OF SILVEKST1C1N, KWITNEY & fJOUDISS Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road. MlamlBeiuh. Ha NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name pi CAPRI UPHOLSTERY at T6S NE f9th Street, Miami, llorlda intend t" register said mime with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,,f I iade County. Florida. CARLOS REY it A i'l. c.uMi:/. I1ATTKN .V SAI.I'.M PHI NW 5th street Miami. Florida Attorneys for Key -^ domes a/is--5. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C104S5 THE WlLLIAMSl'.ri-.CH SAVIN', S BANK Plaintiff JOHN' PHILLIP SHERIDAN and ELIZABETH F. SHERIDAN, his wife. Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JOHN PHILLIP SHERIDAN nnd ELIZABETH P. SHKltlDAN. his wife. %  ;".l K street IVtuluiua. California You are hereby notified that the above coptloned action has been Insituted against you In the Circuit curt of the Uth Judicial Circuit of Klorlda In and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: l.ot IS Block 60 First Addition to Carol CItV, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 60 at Page 1 of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Cl.-rk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a OOpy theerof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor, I'a,I, Federal Building, Miami 32. Klorlda. not later than October 27. 1984. ,,r a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. K. B. LEATHBRMAN, DATED: September II, 1884, Clerk of the Circuit Court Bj C. P COPELAND, Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney tor Plaintiff i ui, i i i aiiFederal I'.idg. Miami 32, Florid* 1/25. 10/2 I, lo IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C10284 BISCAYNE CENTRAL MORTOAnl-, COMPANY, a Klorlda Corporation, Plaintiff, ERNEST ELDRED HEATHCOCK and IMOGENE HEA'I in "< K, iiis wife, et al i lefendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To Ernest Eldred Henthcock and Imogene Heathcock, his wife, nol known t" be dead m alive. and If dead, the unknown spousi heirs, devl ,s. grantees, nsbtnees, Uunors, creditors, trustees, or othei claimants by through under or against, said Ernest Eldred Henthcock and Imogi ne Heathcock, his wife, or either of them, and ail parties having or claiming to have any right, title or Interesl In the property described herein whose residence is unknown. You are hereby notified that a suit has h.en filed against you In the above Identified Court by the above named Plaintiff to lor,-, lose a mortgage on the following described '""Lo,",/ block 4. Of LAKEWOOD ESTATES, according t" the Plat thereof, recorded in Pint Book '• % %  page SI. of the Public Records "I Dade County, Florida, together with the structures and Improvi ments contained thereon, and vou are required t" file your inswer or other pleading responsive to said Complaint with the Cleric of the above Identified .Court and to serve B Copy theleol on I.KOl.l-l'. NATHANSON, 1884 N.K. 123 Btreet, North Miami. Florida, Attorney tor Plaintiff, o„ -r before the Si th day of October. 1964, otherwise the allegations contained In said Complaint win i„. taken as confessed by yon. Hated al Miami. Hade County, Florida this isth day of September, 14. K. P. LI 'ATHEISM AN Clerk of the Circuit Court By; C. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk t 2.-.. 10-2. I, 18 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64123 In RE: Estate f WILLIAM KAP.l.lN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor-and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which vou may have against the estate of WILLIAM KARI.IN. deceased late ot i 85, 10-1, 0. 16



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7zge 4-A Jen 1st ftcridfiair f^oy. October 9, 196*1 ~Je wi sh Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher IEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SZLMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Published every Friday flnce 1127 by The .TrwMi PtorldlM :it ISO X.K. Sixth Street, Miami I, Florida. Scconil-l'la.-s Postal"* Paid at M 4 <>. RorfcUk, The Jewish Floridian hat absoroed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Aatn. af English-Jewish Newspapeis, and the Florida Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year (5 00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Friday, October 9. 1964 i he JVwMi Fktridlan <><* not eiiaranti-e the Kaahrnth .•f I)IH in. i-. i. ,r.-J..-.advertised In Itp column*. Volume 37 3 Heshvan 5725 Number 41 The Federation Presidents' Award :s& toSoN^aow^Cavycr^tDP i far -~ Announcement of Norton Palas this year's winner of the residents' Awa.d presented by f.-e Greater Miami Jewish Federc on is welcome on two counts. To beqin with, the award represents the Fedeiation's choice of c younq leader who has already : emonstrated unusual capability d the potential to play a siqnif.. ml role in Greater Miami's civic c d philanthropic programs. The Federation is our Jewish cemmunity's central fund-raisinq ( d planning orqanization. Out c its roots come the major wele programs that serve us in a • riety of ways. Federation was founded here ^re lhan a quurter of a century o and has since been led by rr. a n y outstandinq personalities known in their business and professional fields. But is it the mark c: an alert Federation that looks 1c the future, as well as to the past. With the passinq years, new end younqer people must take up the burdens of Jewish civic resoonsibility and welfare endeavor both a hallmark of continuinq Jewish tradition. The Presidents' Award is meant to encourage our youth in this direction and to c.ie those who have shown outstanding potential as future leaders. It demonstrates a serious regard for our continuity as a community and as a people. Announcement of the presentation this week is also welcome because of the recipient. Norton Pallot qualifies for the Federation citaI on. He is a member of the Federation Executiye Committee, served in the 1964 CJA Campaign Cabinet, was co-chairman of the Manufacturing and Transportation Division of the .-.-peal and chairman of the 1964 Budget Study Committee. These are but a small number of his ::hievements in the Jewish community. They exemplify the best intentions of the Presidents' Award. They suggest that the Federation is c i the right track in looking toward its future leadership. %  %  -. %  b N* Hun; increa se of J ewish immiJErhon to Canada in '64 casion. One of the first will be Temple Menorahs this Sunday evening, which also celebrates the Temple's 15th anniversary of existence. In this week's edition of The Jewish Hondian, we have dedicated Sec. C to a rundown on the launching of our community's bond campaign. In it is recorded the effort in which Greater Miami will engage to reach the new S2.5 million goal in purchases It is to be fervently hoped that the effort will be a successful one, for bond dollars go a long way toward assuring the security and development of the State of Israel Judge Cypen Cited Greater Miami is honored that Judge Irving Cypen has won the Herbert H. Lehman ^.ward. He is only the second individual in tiie nation to receive the award. PI t Pres en J otion w be at a Temple Emanu: Israel Dinner on Oct. 24 at the Diplomat hotel. The Herbert H. Lehman Award represents the spirit of the late Governoi and Senator of %  r.e State of New York, a great humanitarian Behind-the-Scenes Story The 67th annual convention of theZionist Organization of America has ended The usual best wishes from Capitol Hill and environs were offered. W = In r, a a ddi,i0 7' Myer Feldma ". President Johnson s personal counsel, was there for a session as guest of honor Sunday to express b"v inference the Administration/suppoS of the State of Israel What Mr. Feldman had to say, particularly that 'the United States £ COm !" "u d to the fact that Israel is here to May should make all of us happy; al.houah W P r rfp den, S ft" eS,ure ofTendshTp a aiJ3KJBS Mr ***•* %  SEW? Spen di8 P~Portionately sma ... • y=i iiuiuuiinarian nmn „_. ", ,* r'^r^uuiiuieiy and jurist, whose national leadership in both amount tlme n means of iustifyinq i thei Jewish and qeneral communities served as T? U? n in,e rnal power politics beacon of insnirr,m„ w i—l* *ne behind-the-scenes struqqle leadina tr, a third term as president for Rabbi Max Nuss — —— 3 — vvuiiiiuiuuea seivea as 0 beacon of inspiration for half a century in %  r.mencan history. The award to Judge Cypen is a reflection upon his own contribution to Greater Miami cs a civic and welfare leader and as an exemplary pactitioner of his profession during his %  enure on the bench. of an amendment to thp veil henceforth permitting three* SLSSSuSl muead of two. has not been fully SUS The story should be told. It is m 0re than a punctuation mark in a convention !" tohlqrn ing much pohtical talk and little Zionisfideo! ThS R Hi gh ,> ly Day pe riod officially in^'homW^shinX are 15ES2 ^^ But thouqh the last rirminrr .JI were the mninr IT ? %  ? conce !" ed. What were tne major accomplishments of the orann gauon during the preceding two years ofT Nussbaum's tenure that suaaestPrl L ed a third term as president? ""^ The people deserve to know. Launching a Campaign The High Holy Day period is o, ended But though the last ringing sounds OJ joy of the Simchas Torah period are by now %  rely audible in our ears, we will continue leel the spirit of the awesome occasion beccruM the High Holy Days officially launch 9 Israel Bond campaian in the Greater Miami c. ea. Many Houses of Worship here are now .-.eparing their bond tributes to mark the ocUnited Jewish Takes its Task By SAMUEL BERG SUPPORTERS of the United Jewish Appeal took to heart the traditional Jewish New Year greeting, "May you be inscribed in the Book ot Lite." and made it a reality for scores ot thousands of Jews in need during the past year. Their transformation of these words into deeds has re suited in a proud record, from last Rosh Hashona to this, of Jewish giving for humanitarian purposes. What is the summing up of accomplishment* by I'JA supporters as the year 5724 gise way to 5725" First, they have helped bring thousands ot Jews to a new lite in Israel and other lands where tor many, this will be their tirst Rosh Hashona to be celebrated in freedom. Second, they have helped some 350.000—new and old—immigrantin Israel to progress toward real absorption into the country's life and economy. Third, they have helped to sustain more than 400.OI.HI Jewish men women and children who, lor various reasons not leave their homes to emigrate to othei ti les Toward the Future In all. a total of 750.000 Jewish souls in ill parts .'i the world were helped this year n %  worths that oi this total, fully one-hall children or youths under 18, with all the needs ot youngsters that must be met I; "|; a is also a fitting time : to loi k to the future. The year ahead i expected to bring growing responsibilities and growing challenge for the UJA. in North Africa a paradox exists in that al though the Jewish population had been reduced by more than half over the past decade, yet then needs for relief, welfare, educational and HUM cal programs, require the expenditure of more funds. Why i> this? In the past, in addition to Joint Distribution Committee aid. local Jewish communities also were able to contribute for the care of their own needy—their poor, their sick and handicapped But today, with these communities reduced by mass exoduses, and. as in one cum try. many are moving from the primitive and dangerous back areas to the comparative safet) of the cities, the UJA has become the primary source for life-saving help Most of the immigrants have Israel as then destination. Over the past four years Israel has received 250.000. Along with this exodus goes an ever larger proportion of social cases. It can not be otherwise—communities must be saved in their entirety-family members who are sick and Old and treble cannot be left behind when the stronger ones, the bread-winners go. This create* tremendous problems ,,„• Israel-both Imam,., and social. Immigrant Absorption As the immigrants who come to Israel i "• the mosl part, made up ,,f family groups thi> creates to begin with, serious housing prob in i%4 an irreducible minimum of 17.501 family housing units has been an absolute must and an even greater need can be anticipated n Another aspect of Israels Immigrant absori """ Problem is the increasing costliness of con Structmg neu development areas. The best ,, gons are already fully settled. Now the Jewish Agency must turn to remote areas, which hav. no roads, no water or power lines-nothing is ... "and except the stark land itself. Everything ""ist go into these areas to make them suitable lor settlement-ami the costs go upIn addition, the lack of educational facilities Ml he primary and high school levels is an acute > felt need. The Jewish Agency estimates thai "ere are at least 35.000 young immigrants be ween the ages of 14 and 18-between the termination ot school age and their recruitment into Army seiviee-who suffer as a result of this portage. A wide educational gap already exists '-'"'•on the children and young people who come o Israel from the underdeveloped countries and me immigrants from European countries-botb settled and new The bridging of this educational gap is one of the most vital tasks in Israel's pro Brain of immigrant absorption. The Jewish Agency must also assist I30.00O immigrant farm settlers who still require tools. equipment, water and financial aid if the) are 10 become economically i.nlependent. I